The Bonham News. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, June 24, 1904 Page: 3 of 8
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Friday Junk 24, 1904.
The Bonham News.
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Dave, son of I. J. Jacks, has
gone to Denison where he has ac-
cepted a position.
Mrs. R.G. Alexander arrived
home this afternoon from a stay
at Mineral Wells.
Mrg. Ray Burton and little
daughter Jean returned from St.
Louis last evening.
Will Hunter, after a visit to
frends in the city, returned home
to Will Point today.
State Democratic convention^
which meets June 21st.
Little Misses Mattie and Mary,
daughters of Mrs. Annie Lyday,
of Madill, I. T., went to Honey
Grove this evening on a visit.
Mrs. L}'day is here staying at
the home of her brother, A. R.
Caldwell, in the absence of he
and his wife to the World's Fair.
Mrs. R. G. Alexander went to
Paris this afternoon.
E. F. White left this afternoon
for Louisiana and Mississippi.
Dr. J. H. McLean returned
from Honey Grove this morning.
Dr. W. E.' Bridge, wife and
Gober were in the
SCOTT’S EMULSION won’t nuke a
hump back straight, neither wifi it make
a short leg long, but it feeds soft bone
and heals diseased bone and is among
the few genuine means of recovery in
rickets and bone consumption.
Send for free sample.
SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists,
409.41s Pearl Street, New York.
50c. and $ 1.00; all druggists.
Mrs. Carey Murphy and chil-,
dren arrived home this evening children of
from a stay at Mineral Wells. city today.
E. A. Brinkley went home to j Dr. W. E. Cravens and wife of
Denison this morning after a vis- Telephone left this morning for
t to his father, J. A. Brinkley, at the World’s Fair.
Ldhube. | Mrs, R. B. Semple of West 10th
Misses Josie and Agnes, daugh- street has gone to Brownwood on
ters of Mat Sadler on W. 10th a visit to relatives,
street, went to Dodd City this! May stepheson of South
morning on a visit. Bonham left this morning to at-
Rev. T. W. Lovell returned
:his morning from Georgetown
A Christian School for Girls
ALL THE COMFORTS AND CARE
OF A HOME...
WE GUARANTEE THE FUTURE BY THE RECORD OF
THE PAST THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS. Our new building,
carefully selected faculty and healthful surroundings enable us to
offer exceptional advantages for the education of body, mind and
m°^systematic study of the Bible, Kindergarten, Primary. Prep-
aratory, Collegia, Kindergarten Training School, Bookkeeping,
Stenography, Typewriting, Music, Art and Elocution are thor-
For information apply to
C. T. CARLTON, President.
GRACE CARLTON, Vice President.
Bonham to St.
Judge P. W. Bean, the railway
promoter, of Chicago, was in the
city several days this week and
was out in the country with some
of the local committeemen look-
ing over the proposed right of
way. Nothing definite has been
done but the right of way and
subscription committee are still
hard at work and Judge Bean
will return in a few days*when
tHe contract will probably be
signed up. Citation by Publication.
Cards are out announcing the The State of Texas, I
marriage of Miss Mabel Price to rp0 siieriff or any Constabe of
Rev. William J. Caldwell, Thurs- Fannin County—Greeting:
. . T a , 0 You are hereby commanded, that
day morning, June -»>ra, at o 1 by mating publication of this Citation
o’clock, at the residence of the I in some newspaper published in Fan-
1, ., , , ,, , t> ! nin County, for four weeks previous
t bride s parents, Mr. and Mrs. f. j to re^rn day hereof, you summon
M. Price, this city. Miss Price W. H. Newton, whose residence is
is one of Honey Grove s fairest the 0f Texas, to be and appear
and most accomplished daughters before the Justice's Court. Precinct
in ry u ,, • .__^11 No. 1. to be holden in and for the
and Rev. Caldwell is too well t £0unt v 0f Fannin, at the Court
House thereof, in Bonham, Texas* on
Rev. R. L. Ely of Gober also ar-
rived here from Georgetown.
Mrs. A. A. Campbell and
daughter, Miss Oda, of South
Bonham, arrived home this eve-
ning from a visit in McKinney.
Prof. J. I. Moreland and son,
Max, of Randolph are visiting at
•;he residence of O. E. Moreland
on Wilson street for a few days.
Mrs. J. H. McLean returned
:rom Georgetown last evening.
She was accompanied by her
daughter, Mrs. S. R. Rucker of
Mrs. Herbert Gale and Miss
Annie Gale left this morning for
their homes in.Denton. They
visited at the home of John Gale
and other relatives in the city.
M. H. Rowland left today for
Uvalde, Where he hopes to re-
gain his health. Mr. Rowland
was formerly owner of the* Bon-
ham Democrat, but was compell-
ed to dispose of his property to
seek a different climate. His
many friends here wish the
best for him.
tend the normal in Paris.
Jesse McKinney returned to
Honey Grove this morning after
a visit to relatives ' in the city.
J. C. Thomas of the Telephone
community spent last night in
the city, returning home today.
Mrs. Frank Jones left today
for Houston. Her mother-in-law,
Mrs. E. F. Jenes, went as far as
Sherman on a visit.
Mrs. Geo. Wilcox and children
returned to McKinney today aft-
er a visit to the lady's parents,
L. C. Wilson and wife.
Stanley Adams, after a visit to
his parents, E. W. Adams and
wife, north of the city, returned j a man?
to Madill, I. T., today.
Judge W. A. Evans, H. G. Ev-
ans and D. P. Henry have gone
to San Antonio to attend the
State Democratic convention.
L. D. Jenkins, wife,and baby
known to our readers for us to
attempt an introduction. Suffice
1;o say he is pastor of the Presby-
terian church of this city, and
enjo)Ts the respect and esteem of
the entire populace.
1 “Terrible Teddy,” has selected
Harry F. Cummings, a negro
lawyer of Baltimore, to to second
his nomination for President at
the Chicago convention and has
again “cinched” his claim upon
the negro republican vote of the
nation. Really the action with-
in itself is not surprising to us
but the question that constantly
arises in our mind is, how can a
southern white man support such
We are indeed thankful
Sleeper Fare Both Ways. Three
meals going — three meals returning.
$2.00 per day for 15 days, Hotel Bill.
$1.00 per day for 15 days, Pike At-
tractions. Fifty cents per day for 15
days, Street car fare. Fifteen free
passes into the Fair Grounds. $10.00
Cash, Pin money.
Dr. J. D. Bedford was in the
city today from Honey Grove.
Mrs. N. C. Bradford is home
from a visit to relatives in Green-
A. D. Hammock, Sr., and wife
returned from Tioga this after-
Luther Glenn is in the city
from Sherman on a visit to his
Mrs. Dona Ricketts has gone to
Ada, I. T., to visit her sister,
Mrs. W. C. Duncan.
Jas. F. Sadler, Sr., left today
for his home in Amarillo. He
was here on a business mission.
Miss Ida Worley of Dodd City
arrived this morning to visit Mrs.
Lee Arnold on West 10th street.
. Mrs. G. H. Stephenson and
children went to Tioga today to
visit the lady’s sister, Mrs. Ar-
J. B. McClure returned to Den-
ison this morning. He visited at
the home of his father, W. H.
McClure, at Randolph.
Misses Blanche and Maude Bar-
rick of Big Springs arrived this
afternoon to visit their aunt, Mrs.
W. R. Carr on Evans street.
Miss Beula D. Fuller of Louis-
vil.e, Ky., arrived last night to
visit her brother, G. W. Fuller,
and family on West 5th street.
Prof. J. L. Russell left for Par-
is this morning. He will teach
All will be given by Evans & proposition. Remember, it costs
McKinney, the real estate men nothing to try, and the trip is
over First National Bank, Phone the most complete ever offered.
No. 31, to the Bonham lady, If two or more ladies bring the
married or single, between the same purchaser, the amount of
ages of 18 and 40, who brings the ticket will be added to the
them a purchaser, who buys, for other allowances, and the total
the following piece of real es- divided between them,
tate: Now, bear in mind three
The business lot on North things: First, The property of-
Main street in Bonham, adjoin- fered for sale is a bargain and is
ing the residence of R. D. Chaney offered $250.00 less than ever be-
on the south. The lot has an fore. Second, that the trip is
east frontage of 29 feet and 3 complete, and can be made any
inches. On the best side of the time between the date of sale and
street and has two iron shops on the 15th of October. However,
same. The owners have always the sale must be made not later
asked $1750.00 for this*property, than July 10, 1904. Third, that
but will accept $1500.00 if sold the purchaser must be found by
by July 10, 1904, with $500.0o you and brought to us, and the
cash and balance 8 years at 8 sale must actually be closed and who has been here several weeks
per cent interest. Abstract of deed delivered. visiting her grandfather, A. L).
title furnished. Don’t miss this opportunity to Hammock, Jr., returned home to
Remember, this is the coming attend the greatest Fair the Denton toda\\
business property of Bonham, world has ever seen. Mrs. Myrtle Allen and little
and is a valuable lot. Look for men and women who son of Savoy arrived this morn-
remember ladies want bargains in real estate. 1 ing, bringing home little Miss
All you have to do is to find Don't put this matter off for Gladys, daughter of District Clerk
the buyer, and bring him to us, if you do you you will be too jeff Davis.
and if he buys this property at late. Some lady will make this, Mrs> Clarence Lanius left this
the price and on the terms men- trip at our expens.e. 'The wme morning for Wytheville, Va., to
tioned above, the trip is yours, of the successful lady will be, . . homefolks In
But the sale must be made by published as soon as the sale is
July 10, 1904. This is a bona fide made.
to be on the opposite side from
Teddy and were we not we would
Max Hill and a young negro
boy named Walter Jones, who
went homeToRavenna this after-1 has been in the employ of Will
noon. They visited the lady’s Taylor, who conducts the negro
father, Joseph Fox, at Dodd City, store on 14th street, engaged in
Ed Peters and J. Y. McQuigg, a fight Monday morning o n
Jr., went to Savoy this? morning, j Hickory street, near the resi-
Mr. Peters has the contract to dence Qf Mrs. Fannie Meyer,
erect a "ew residence for H. H. Max was Qn hjs Q th(_
Arterberry of that place. ... . . , ’ ,
_ ture with his father s cow when
onJh?s wa7to the World?s° FaiV, the negro interfered with his
is here for a few day on a visit to progress and was promptly called
his sister-in-law, Mrs. Z. R. Few- down by him. The negro, who
ell and family on East 8th street, was in a buggy, jumped out and
Mrs. Clark Mullins and chil- assaulted Max, but before inflict-
dren in company with the lady’s ing anv serious injury became
mother, Mrs. W. J. Majors of ajarined and fled. He was found
Guy, Texas, returne this even the officers and after paying a
ing from a visitim Kentucky- \ ’ . , ., , ,
fine in the city court was released.
Rev.E/D. Reece returned J Several times lately negroes
Leonard today. He was engaged the city have exhibited an mso-
in a meeting at Ivanhoe. Last lent and arrogrant bearing and jt
night was the last service at may be probably necessary to re-
which time there were ten con- j organize the “Skinning Commit-
tee” made famous a few years
Mrs. J. A. Youree and daugh-1 agr0>—Honey Grove Signal,
ter, Miss Birdie, went to Savoy
m7m. IMWitI°Uo7 thatmplace; I Miss Fannie Jackson left yes-
suffered another stroke of paral- terday for St. Louis to spend two
ysis at 6 o’clock last evening and or three weeks. She will be
her condition is now critical, in- hostess at the Texas building
deed* 1 . from the 20th to the 25th, and in
W. W. Sandford, wife and the series of entertainments to be
children, Frank Cromwell, wife given Mrs. Rosser Thomas of
phint and Miss Verna Cole, in Bonham is on the program for a
company with Miss Ella Griffin song. As one of the lady com
of Dodd City, left today for La missioners from this portion of
Porte, Texas, to attend state en- the state. Miss Fannie rendered
campment of the B. Y. P. U. splendid service in raising funds
Messrs. Chas. Huff, Perl Me- for the Texas building at the
Grady, John Manning and Dan | World»£ Fair.—Ladonia News.
Anthony; Misses Ida Deupree,
the last Monday in July, 1904, it
being the 25th day of said month of
July, at 10 o’clock a. m. of said day,
then and there to answer the com-
plaint of Houston & Pritchett, plain-
tiffs, filed in said court on June 13th,
1904, against the said W. H. Newton
and Henry Newton, defendants, and
numbered on the docket of said court
Plaintiffs allege that said Houston
& Pritchett is a partnership, compos-
ed of J. W. Houston and J. J. Pritch-
ett, Jr., and that said W. H. Newton
and Henry Newton on December 10tht
1901, for a valuable consideration, exe-
cuted and delivered to the First Na-
tional Bank, Bonham, Texas, their
promisory note for the sum of $112.00,
due October 1st, 1902, payable at
Bonham. Texas, drawing interest
from maturity at the rate of 10 per
cent per annum and providing for 10
per cent additional on amount and in-
terest of said note as attorneys’ fees
in case of proceedings for its collection.
That said bank, for a valuable con-
sideration, transferred said note to
plaintiffs prior to its maturity, and
that nothing has been paid on said
note, and the same has long been due;
that defendant, W. H. Newton, is a
non-resident of the State of Texas,
and is possessed of property situated
in Fannin County, Texas, subject to
judicial process, and that a writ of
attachment to be levied on such
property has been applied for herein.
Wherefore, plaintiffs pray that a
writ of attachment issue and that
the same be levied on property of said
defendant, W. H. Newton, situated in
Fannin County, Texas, that they
have judgment for their debt, interest,
attorney s fees and costs "bf suit; and
that they have all relief, general or
special, proper in the premises.
Herein fail not*but have you then
and there beforei-jBjA Court, this
Writ, with y. refs. thereon,
showing how yod x ecu ted the
Given under my hand in Bonham,
Texas, this the 13th day of June,
1904. Jno. T. Fitzgerald,
J. P. Precinct No. 1, Fannin County,.
in the summer normal there and a two weeks outing oh Clear Bog-
_ . .. ^ Walter Wright’s new cottage^
Maddrey and Mary Pyle; Mr. and .. . . . • t d on west
Mrs. A. L. Ridings, chaperones, > whlch ls bein& erected on west
and Rex Chaney, are home from
2nd street, is now rapidly
will be absent about
five or six
gy. Thev report a very pleasant
time, although it did rain on
Citation by Publication,
The State of Texas, )
County of Fannin. S
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
You are -hereby commanded, that/
by making publication of tliis Cita=
tion in some newspaper published id
Fannin County, for four weeks pre-
vious to the return day hereof, you
summon Will Newton, whose resi-
dence is unknown, and who is not a
resident of the State of Texas, to be
and appear before the Justice Court.,
Precinct Na 1, to be holden in and
for the County of Fannin, at the
Court House thereof, in Bonham,
Texas, on the last Monday in July,
1904, it being the 25th day of said
month of July, at 10 o’clock a. m. of
said day, then and there to answer
the complaint of Houston & Pritchett,
plaintiffs, filed in said Court on June
13th, 1904, against the said Will
Newton, defendant, and numbered on
the docket of said Court No. 2938.
Plaintiffs alleging that Houston St
Pritchett is a partnership composed
of J. W. Houston and J. J. Pritchett,
Jr., and that said Will Newton on
July 11th, 1903, for a valuable con-
sideration, executed and delivered to
plaintiffs his certain promisory note
for the sum of $49.30, due October 1st,
1903, payable to the order of said
Houston & Pritchett .at Ector, Texas,
and providing for interest at the rate
of 10 per cent per annum from matur-
ity, and providing further for 10 per
cent on the amount of said note and
interest thereon as attorney’s fees in
case of suit or placing of said note in
Little Miss Katherine Wisdom, ithem a nunlbcr of days'
M. K. & T. Time Card.
weeks she will be joined by her
husband and leave for the fair.
W. M. Faulkner, wife and chil-
dren of Knoxville, Tenn., who
,__________ of an attorney for colleo-
CONST1PATED BOWELS. tion after maturity; that nothing has
To have good health, the body been paid on said note and that the
should be kept in a laxative condition, non-rLhS^i the ^tlt^of
Attacked by a Dog. and the bowels moved at least once a Texas: that he is possessed of prop-
pYpninp Edward lit- day. so that all the poisonous wastes erty situated in Fannin County,
Sundayevemnghdwara, t I, ^ "r G. L Ed- Texas, and that a writ of attachment
tie son of R. C. Bragg on W. /th to be levied on such property has
♦ ♦ ™ uic nana’s wards’142 MainSt'’"lchlta’Kan' been applied for herein,
street, was teasing nis pap ^ ^ writes: uj j,ave Herbine to Wherefore plaintiffs pray that a
bird-dog. The animal became so regulate the liver and bowels for the writ of attachment issue herein and
enraged that it jriciously attacked past ten years, and found it a reliable $atd'};fnSe \n P£|l
the child, severely biting and | remedy. o0c at N. H. Moore s. County, Texas, that plaintiffs have
and I remedy.
bruising the little fellow i n
several places. Fortunately the
father was at home and beat the
dog off, or the result would have
b^en more serious.
Hurt This Forenoon.
Henry Browning was seriously
ing for home.
* Departure of Trains from Bonham.
No. 8 Lv. Bonham 9:10 a. m., arr. Denison 10:20 a. m., arr. Sherman 11:00 a m
No. 100 leaves Bonham daily except Sunday at 1 p. m. arr. Denison 3:20 p. m
« j uu^c u • n• a
Arrival of Trains at Bonham. this forenoon for Greenville to
No. 7 arrives 5:55 p. m. No. 90 arrives 9:10 a. m., dally except Sunday. ! attefrd a meeting of the congres-
Trains No. 7 and 8 make connection with north and south bound flyers at sional executive committee of this
Denison For further information phone No. 179 or address j district. From there he will go
W. S. HELLYER, Agent. J to San Antonio to attend the
visited Taylor McBroom and! ..
family at Edhube, left today to hurt Saturday while loading
visit in Honey Grove before leav- scrapers on the1 site for the new
MONEY TO LOAN ON LANDS. SmeXf«» a“^^'cwtf’ot'raSh’ind
We buy and extend Vendors’ ^^tly OTtlS
Herein fail not, but have you then
and there before said Court, this
writ, with your return thereon, show-
ing how you have executed the same.
! Given under my liand in Bonham,
Texas, this the 13th day of June,
Jno. T. Fitzgerald,
Scott & Baldwin,
A FRIGHTENED HORSE,
Running like mad down the street1 fjioiT
dumping the occupants, or a hundred J.JP. Precinct No. 1, Fannin County,
other accidents, are every day occur-
Judge W. A. Bramlette left - the^mpty drapers to ride have a reliab^Salve handy ^ there or Wrow moneTon
____ .... , .1____tt- is none as good as Bucklen’s Arnica seu ProPern or borrow money on
and it turned over with him. His
right leg was caught and his an
Salve. Burns, cuts, sores, eczema and : real estate security, see us.—
piles, disappear quickly under its Nunn, Taylor & Gibson, real es-
kle was terribly wrenched, tear- SOothing effect. 26c at Saunders, Mar- agents. OverfGraham, Crawford
ing loose some of the tendons, [tin & Co’s, drug store. & Co. 3-2t
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Evans, Ashley. The Bonham News. (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 4, Ed. 1 Friday, June 24, 1904, newspaper, June 24, 1904; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth982107/m1/3/: accessed October 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.