The Bonham News (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1914 Page: 1 of 8
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Now for Some Lively Shoe Selling! Now for an Opportunity to get
More than Your Money’s worth! Between Seasons when Clearance Sale
time arrives we always tempt the buying appetite with unusual induce-
ments. Twice|a year we hold these Great Sales.
008 HD) SOMMER FUNCTION IS NOW DOE JK.
two reasons: First—We want the money, Second—-We want the room.
Won’t these prices turn your footsteps toward this Great Shoe Bargain Feast?*
Womens' Pumps, Ti$ and Oxfords
„ One lot $2.50 Dull
One Lot $2.50 Pat-
M ent Pumps . . $1.65
l One Lot $2.50 Pat-
en^* ^umPs • • $i-9o
% One lot $2.50 Kid
^101 One lot $2.50 Kid
Oxfords .... $2.10
One lot $2.50 Patent Oxfords ........$2.10
One lot $3.00 Patent Oxfords......... $2.35
One lot $3.00 Patent Pumps _________ $2.45
One lot $3.00 Patent Pumps ....... $2.65
One lot $3.00 Kid Oxfords ...'....... $2.35
One lot $3.00 Kid Oxfords .......... $2.65
One lot $3.50 Gun Metad Pumps ..... $2-65
One Lot $3.50 Gun Metal Oxfords .... $2-65
One lot $3.50 Kid Oxfords J.......... $2.65
One lot $4.00 Gun Metal Pumps......$2.85
One lot $4.00 Gun Metal Oxfords____$2.85
One lot $4.00 Patent Pumps........$2.85
One lot $4.00 Patent Pumps........$3.35
One lot $4.00 Patent Oxfords ........ $2.85
One lot $4.00 Patent Oxfords........$3.35
One lot $400 Pat- Jjf\
ent Oxfords $2.85 \
One lot $4-00 Pat-
One lot $4.50 Pat- ; ' y^w
ent Pumps $3.65 c Bf
One lot $5.00 Pat- J
ent Pumps ^ A*
75 Pair of $3.50 to $6.00 Oxfords in broken
lots for......... $1.90
One lot $2.50 Oxfords ...............$2.10
One lot $3.»X) Cxfords...............$2.65
One lot $3.*>0 »> ft rds...............$2.65
One lot $4-00 Tan Oxfords...........$2.85
One lot $4.50 Tan Oxfords..........$3.15
One lot $5.00 Tan Oxfords.......w.. $3.65
One lot $5.50 Tan Oxfoj ds...........$3.90
One lot $6.00 Tan Oxfords...........$4.10
The above is only a partial list of the Big
Bargains we will offer in this Great Sale"
Big discount on Boy’s, Misses and Chil-
drens’ low cut footwear. White Canvas
footwear not included in this Sale. Don’t
forget jthat we offer these Great Bargains
from the largest and Best Stock of foot-
wear in North Texas. SALE is NOW
THE SHOE MAN
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Bonham, Fannin County, Texas, Friday, July 3, 1914
It’s Great Sport
to see a custom tailor clothed man
come in here with a friend who calm-
ly proceeds to pick out a suit, equally
as good in every respect as his own
and pay about half what he paid the
tailor for his. This is not an exag-
gerated statement. Come and let us
And remember we are giving
one-foufth off all summer wool suits.
$25.00 Suits now ....:----... $18.75
$22.50 Suits now............ 16.65
$20.00 Juits now ........... 15.00
$18.00 Suits now ...... 13.50
$15.00 .Suits now ........... 9.35
The opportunity is yours now, come
early wnile we have a full line to se-
B. L. RODGERS CO.
The Good Clothes Store
. AT DENISON
Friends of Sam Rayburn Will Go
To Denison to Attend Ral-
ly To Be Held There.
Thera will be a big Rayburn
rail in Denison today .There’ll be
present at this meeting friends
of the Fannin Co. Congressman
from all parts of the district. It
is thought that a-special train
will be run from Bonham to Den-
ison. It will be provided there
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BONHAM HOUSE FURNISHING COMPANY g
We Invite you
to Trade with
Us, if vou need
anything in our
are 100 Bonhamites who care to
Sam has made good at Wash-
ington and his constituency at
home know it. He will have no
trouble in going bach* to Wash-
ington. His f riends at home will
tend to that part of the job for
him and he can keep busy at the
other end of the linef
Hon. J. M. Raiden was in Bon- J E. D. Steger went to Balias
ham Wednesday. i Wednesday.
YOUR RAINY DAY FRIENDS
Dollars to your credit in a bank means prestige to your
social and business affairs to say nothing of the staunch
and independent bearing its lends to your personal make-
Keeping money around the house is not only old fashion-
ed and ont of keeping with the advancing times but it is
also dangerous. A single match can start a blaze that
will in a few seconds destroy the saving of a life time.
Begin to save today. Start a bank account.
First National Bank
A. B. SCARBOROUGH, Pres.
ZAC SMITH, V.-Pres.
D. W. SWEENEY. Cashier,
Miss Blanche Myers, well
known in Bonham was married
to Dr. W. E. Conner of Cumby,
Texas, Tuesday afternoon. The
bride is one of the teachers in
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our public schools and has made
a decided success with her teach-
ing. She is an accomplished
young lady and the groom with
whom we are not acquainted is
to be congratulated.
Miss Myers is the daughter of
L- M- Myers; who is well known
here. The happy couple willleave
for a trip to South and North
Carolina, and will, be gone sever-
al weeks, after which they will
go to Cumby where they will
make their home.
Clarence Bingham and Miss
Luther Roberts and Miss Mem
mie Lasater. •-
R. A. Hodges and Miss Bertha
Dr. W. E. Connor and Miss
Nannie Blanche Myers. - >
H.P.Rogers and Miss Leasey
Blake. - •
Fannin County Farmers Un-
ion met in regular session July
the 1, 1914, and quite an inter- *
esting meeting was held and the
following officers were elected:
Thos. Shaw, President; G. W.
Pirtle, V.-President; J. C. Chap-
man, Secretary; T. F- Farmer,
Conductor^J. B- Smith, Chap-
lain; L.jE. White, Door Keeper;
Lecturer, D. E. Lyday. A large
number of locals were represent-
ed and they reported our organ-
ization taking on new life all ov-
er the county.
*-«< J. C. Chapman, Co. Sec.
S. Lee is visiting
Handy Steel Wheel
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The most convenient and ser-
viceable vehicle on the farm
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and the price is less than half of
a regular Farm Wagon.
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Chas. Davis Hardware Co.
■Ill THE HARDWARE PEOPLE
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Comstock, E. B. The Bonham News (Bonham, Tex.), Vol. 49, No. 21, Ed. 1 Friday, July 3, 1914, newspaper, July 3, 1914; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth982143/m1/1/: accessed March 22, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Bonham Public Library.