Jefferson Jimplecute (Jefferson, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 48, Ed. 1, Friday, May 24, 1907 Page: 3 of 6

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For the
Children
To succeed these days you
must have plenty of grit cour-
age strength How Is it with
the children Are they thin
pale delicate Do not forget
Ayers Sarsaparilla You
know it makes the blood pure
and rich and builds up the
general health in every way
The children cannot pojilbly bare roodhe ltl
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comtipaUon bj Klvlnc iroall laxative
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TAYLOR TAYLOR
Editors and Proprietors
Friday May 241907
OFFICE OF PUBLICATION Corner
Austin and Vale Sts Jefferson Texas
Entered at the PostOfflce at Jefferson Texas
as secoDdclaes mal matter
Copies ortheJEFFEESONjlMPLECUTE in wrap
pera ready forraaillng can always be had at the
office by single copies or the dozen
This paper is mailed regularly to its
subscribers until a definite order to
discontinue is received and all arrears
are paid in full
If State Paesa will come over
this way he will find the iron in
tereBt on the move no booming
In a short while something of in-
terest will be heard
More visitors are pricing proper-
ty here than any time in years
past Especially is the inquiry for
business property on the increase
The water and iron is doing this
In a year or so changes will be
greater than any one ever dreamed
of
In place of automobiles the capi
talists of Jefferson are investing in
gasoline propellers They are
having the finest time imaginable
When they are all going one not
knowing what the reports are
would think another battle of the
Sea of Japan was going on using
only the rapid firing guns
Geo Wharton Pepper has been
employed by the United States
Circuit Court at Philadelphia to
collect 890000 from J Edwards
AddickB with 6 per cent interest to
date from December 1897 Bos-
ton NewsBureau
If there is anything in a name
the Court evidently intended to
make itvery hot for Mr Addicks
Erie railroad bond s worth 116
000 were recently found in Cleve-
land in the ruins of an old build-
ing The bonds were originally
worth 40000 accumulated inter-
est haB increased the amount to
116000 The road tried to find
theBe bonds in 1876 1879 to retire
them Boston News Bureau
Such carelessness is unpardona
ble To whom would the bonds
belong
If the politicians could only
learn to study the questions which
would build up the country instead
of playing to the gallerys the coun-
try would be more benefited The
worst possible blow which can be
given Texas now is any law which
will cause capital to hesitate on-
coming to the State or make that
which is here uneasy Texas needs
at least 500 cotton mills furniture
factories boiler and machine shops
concrete works canning factories
cotton tie and rolling mills pipe
foundries In fact a factory for
everything she has in the raw state
to supply the home demand Just
how any one can stand before a
people so much in the need of cap-
ital as Texas is and do anything
which will in the least frighlen it
away is indeed strange The raw
material of the State stands in the
need of millions of dollars to man-
ufacture it
LIBERTY DOTS
The farmers are all on a boom
now chopping cotton getting it
ready for the weevils
Luther Hale Bpent Saturday
and Sunday with his friend Did
Simmons
Mies Bennie Sanders spent Sun-
day with her friend Miss Mary
HaleWill
Will Walkers family 6pent Suu
day with Roscoe Moss family
J E Felker made a business
trip to Jefferson Wednesday
The health of the community is
very good
As items are scarce this week I
will close
Hoping to hear from Panhandle
Pete again I remain as eyer
ForGetMeNot
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RAILWAYS AND WATERWAYS
Even the railway magnates are
looking to the waterways for relief
The thinking ones realize that the
only way to avoid freight block-
ades and give the railways relief
is to utilize the navigable streams
If this is not done every trunk line
will have to have at least four
tracks and rolling stock in propor-
tion to handle the commerce of
the country It is questionable if
this will do it twenty years from
now The natural conclusion is
that the commerce of the country
will increase more rapidly in the
next twentyfive years than it has
in the past twentyfive year3
therefore to handle it will require
euch an increase in railway prop-
erty that to find the money to
make the improvement may be a
question The wealth of the coun-
try will of course increase and it
may not be a difficult proposition
to finance and build railways
enough to handle the commerce of
the country As the country in
creases in wealth the surplus
wealth will as a matter of course
seek good paying investments If
the waterways can be used and it
may be demonstrated that when a
canal is possible it may be cheap-
er to construct it than the same
mileage of railway considering the
cost of repairs betterments and so
forth Every railway in the coun-
try has to be virtually rebuilt ev-
ery few years So does all the mo-
tive power and rolling stock
Therefore the canal may yet come
in on its economical proposition
There is no doubt but the country
is now looking to the water ways
for relief
The Colorado Chautauqua and Sum-
mer School
The tenth annual session of this
popular assembly and school will
open at Boulder July 4th and con-
tinue for six weeks Special ef-
forts have been made to make a
platform program of the very best
talent in America and to engage a
faculty for the summer school
which will attract teachers and
students both at home and abroad
The nucleus of the platform pro
gram will be a fifteenpiece or
chestra under the leadership of
Signor Cavallo of Denver He is
leader who is well known both
East and West and has gathered
around him groups of artists which
will make his orchestra one of the
best of its size Around this nucles
has been grouped such well known
talent as the KelloggHaines Sing-
ing Party Dunbar Male Quartette
Senators Tillman and LaFollette
ParlandNewhall Company Nicoli
the Magician SI ay ton4 Jubilee
Singers Youna the Juggler the
Pierces Dr Frank M Bristol and
a large number of others
The Summer School faculty in
eludes the names of such well
educators as President G Stanley
Hall Helen Barrett Montgomery
Professor Newton N Riddell Pro-
fessor Edwin Mims and many
others of almost equal note Thir-
teen departments will be main-
tained The school openB July 8th
and continues five weeks
The Chautauqua Association has
issued a fortyfour booklet which
gives full details concerning all
phases of the Assembly This
book is mailed free to all who re-
quest it
P ELDRIDGES
Is the store of authentic spring
styles in mens young mens and
boys and childrens Clothing The
opening of spring finds our big de-
partment store ready with the
most comprehensive and distinc-
tive array of clothing for men
young men and boys and children
ever shown in Jefferson at any
time In no other Jefferson Btore
could you possibly find such an
immense variety in no other store
such values The great demand
which this store has created for its
correct and superior clothing is
proof of its greater quality and
value giving Call and see us
P Eldridge
M K T Conventions
Reunion Hoods Brigade Navasota
Texas June 27th and 28th
Reunion B P O Elks of Texas Beau-
mont Texas June 10 and 12
Commencement Exercises State Uni-
versity Austin Texas June 13Aug 3
Meeting State Dental Associatfon San
Antonio Texas June 1015
National Educational Association
Convention Los Angeles Cal July 8
National Conference of Charities and
Corrections Minneapolis Minn June
1021
Southern Hardware Jobbers Associa-
tion Richmond Va June 1015
Jamestown Exposition Richmond
VaApiil2GNov30
Summer excursion rates to all States
in the Union
Ask F M Pomeroy agent for any
desired information
We Do Not
Want the earth nor all things
therein contained but we do want
the trading public and every one
in and tributary to Jefferson to
know that we carry the best good
the largest assortment more ex
elusive styles sell them for less
profit thus giving better values
and more for your money than
others will We ask you to prove
or disprove this assertion by com-
ing and examining our stock from
front to back door and carefully
comparing our qualities our pric-
es and our styles Wm Clark
The following subscribers have
thanks for payment of subscription
recently
W L Smith W C A PoFey John
Fielder W C Wicker J F Thomp-
son W T Williams J F Arnett
Miss Mabel Meyer Bertha Ivey
Dress Goods
Ladies who fail to examine our
line of Dress Goods and take ad-
vantage of same will be the lo er
thereby as nowhere can you find
such a complete assortment at such
low prices Rosenfeld 1SLC0
9 Convalescents need a large amount of nourish-
ment in easily digested form
X Scotts Emulsion is powerful nourish
g ment highly concentrated
jj It makes bone blood and muscle without
putting any tax on the digestion
A ALL DRUGGISTS 50c AND SlOO
GLEN DOTS
Dots are rather scarce this week but
the health of our little town is much
better than last meeting
Although Mr John Berry is blue this
week on account of not seeing his be-
loved Sunday
Mr Cooper made a trip over tc Mar-
shall Tuesday and was accompanied
back by his wife and children
We are glad to welcome Mr Jim
Jones of Jefferson in our little town
He has accepted the position as fireman
on locomotive No 2
Miss Verna Johnson after a two
weeks stay with Miss Evazonia Dodd
returned Sunday irom the bedside of
her sick mother in Atlanta She re-
ports her much better
Mr Horace Nelson spent Sunday
with his parents in Sauls Tex
On account of the rush of cars the
planing mill is running three hours at
night
The farmers are rejoicing over the
three past dajs of sunshine
Mrs Shaw gave the young folks a
pound party last Friday night and a
great many attended reporting the
evening pleasantly spent
Mr Cook is able to be up this week
after a few days illness
Mr Colquitt shook hands with many
friends in Marshall Saturday
Fellows and W O Ws of the Harleton
camps
Unfortunately quiet a number of our
planer boys were fired Tuesday morn-
ing Sorry to see them leave
Tom Evans from Kildare Tex came
in Tuesday morning and accepted a p >
sition at the planer Also Jones How-
ard and C Dodd of near Jefferson
Pandandle Pete
You May Not
Agree with us that we are modest
in our wants when we say that we
want to sell to every human being
within a radious of fifty miles a
pair of our latest up todate shoeB
both high and low cut high and
low prices all of the best makes
they wear and fit to perfection fcr
Each pair is made for comfort to fit
you smooth and neat
We always have the numbers to suit
all kinds of feet
The price is only moderate for each
and every pair
For all of our shoes are leaders that
will not rip or tear
Wm Clark
Gen M Taylor CaiU C V
NO 1265
G W L Dawson Cora
Geo T Todd Adjt
Corrections
Serious errors were made last
week by us in caption of Muster
Roll of Co A 1st Texas Regi-
ment
1st It should have read
Hoods Brigade not regiment
A N V not A N A Army
Northern Virginia
2d Cloptons Co D was not
the first company but was from
Caes county and in company with
Co A Blacks company
Contractor Berry made a busi-
ness trip to Shreveport Thursday
Mr Hope Smith Stamford Tex
The above photo is that of one
of the moBt progrebsivp carbonated
bottlers in the great Southwest
Mr Hope Smith of Stamford
Texas manager of thp Stamford
Bottling Works Mr Smith is a
young man of great energy and ex-
ceptional business qualities and
be knows the carbonated bottling
business from a to izzard
He is a modprn bottler in the best
senseofthe term never tatisflgd
until he is producing the best by
the most uptodate methods of
manufacture
Mr Smith came to Stamford
Texas from Mississippit three
years ago and under his manage-
ment the Stamford Bottling Works
has grown with remarkable rapid-
ity The plant ib one of the most
complete in the Stale and it occu-
pies a new building ju > t completed
which contains every convenience
for the accommodation of a hot
tling plant It w h our iitenlinn
to r produce a photograph of this
new factory showing its rUtractive
tlyle of architecture und imposing
dimensions but the photo was
broken iu transit and so damaged
that it coud nut be ustd for a half
tone cut The neweBt laborsaving
machinery has been installed
Preparations are being made to the
th building and the propria
interest of the picnic given by the Odd
tors look forward to a fine season
They certainly have a right to ex
pect a big business fur their equip
ment is first class and they are
turning out wet goods that goes
right to tba spot
Mr Smith is a regular reader of
the Southern Onrbonator arid Bot-
tler and h 10 always a good word to
say for it Southern Carbonator
and Bottler
The above wa3 headed with a
good likeness of Hope Smith and
we wish to say that Hope is a na
live of Jefferson TexaB and eldest
son of Mr and Mrs D M Smith
and is a fine young man whom all
are proud of also to see that he is
at the top of his profession Hope
was in Mississippi two years be-
fore he went to Stamford but we
claim him as a Jefferson boy no
maiter where his business takes
him
Hats Hats Hats Hats
Our store is Millinery Head-
quarters We are now selling the
latest millinery to be had out of
New York City at the lowest prices
to be had anywhere Our line is
complete and we defy competition
Reliable goods reasonable prices
fair and courteous treatment to all-
is our motto Rosenfeld Co
The commencement sermon as
delivered at Cumberland church
last Sunday by Rev Jones of At-
lanta also program were both fine
and a large number was in attend-
ance as well as the school and
faculty
Logging Teams Wanted
We want a few contract teams at
our mill near Pine Ridge Texas
Good timber good haul good pay
Address Glen Lumber Co
m24 Jefferson Texas
The gardens are doing fine since
the dry weather set in
UPON
This Coupon entitles the holder to ONE BOTTLE
Pennyroyil Antiseptic the Great Healing Oil
when cut out and presented to W J Sedberry the
peoples Druggist Jefferson Texas
Cut out the coupon and present it at once as the
offer is only
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That letter like a welldressed salesman will receive first attention
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THE JIMPLECUTE JOB OFFICE
JEFFERSON TEXAS
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RECITAL
The members of the Young Mu
sicians Club pupils of Miss Ethel
May Leaf will give their annual
recital Wednesday night May 29ih
at Assembly Hall promptly at
830 The following program will
be rendered
PKOO RAM PART llT
1 Greeting Song Hammerel
By Class
2 In the month of May Behr
Ada Proctor
3 Dance of the Fairies Character
istic Porter
Mate Kttlly Siogleton
4 Squirrels at Play Williams
Grace Rowell
Dance on the I < awn Bohni
Josephine Meyer
G Violin Solo electric waltz Bauer
Tom Lee Torrans
7 Trio May Day Rathburn
Lockett Price Josephine Meyer and
Bettie Mae Smith
8 Tulip Lichner
Madge Terry
9 Frolic of Dragonfiies Ganscha g
Lockett Price
10 Brooklet in the Mountain Kern
Stella Mae Nix
11 Violin Solo The Clock May
Louis Langenstein
12 Two pianos 8 hands Bridal
March Sch eider
Frances Rowell liD
m c n0
Mary Murphy Nance
a r e Bet °
n2n
M aee Nix no
13 Narcissus Nevln
Bettie Mae Smith
14 Duett Sleigh Ride with bells
and vocal score Treloar
Curtis Deware and Clarence Braden
tart 2sd
1 Orchestra
Harry Walker and Louis Langen
stein 1st violin Grace Rowell
Marguerite Singleton 2nd
violin Elwilda Brown
piano
2 Mountain Stream
Clarence Braden
3 Frolic of the Butterflies
Frances Rowell
4 Thine Own
Mary Murphy Nance
5 La Grace
Marguerite Singleton
6 Sounds of Springtime Wenzel
Maggie Walker
7 Violin solo Lulluaby Harris
Grace Rowell Mrs Frances
Rowell accom
8 Bout en Train Ketterer
Beulah Braden
9 Two pianos 4 hands Turkish
March Beethoven
Lucile Singleton 1st piano
Ethel M Leaf 2nd niano
10 Grand Galop De Concert Bartlett
Curtis Deware
11 The Dying Poet Gotchalk
Louise Biggs
12 Violin Solo Flower Song Lange
Harry Walker
13 Valse in E flat
Le Papilion
Elwilda Brown
14 Melody from Oberom
hand alone
Poet and Peasant overture Suppe
Lucile Singleton
Everybody cordially invited to
attend
Smith
13 ohm
Lange
Boh in
Durand
Lavalee
left
Weber
Cumberland Presbyterian Sunday
School
We earnestly request all Cumberland
Presbyterians and cordially invite all
who do not attend any Sunday School
to meet with us at the Synagogue every
Sunday morning at 930 to learn and do
the Masters will Strangers will find a
hearty welcome Wm Clark
Supt Cumberland Presbyterian S S
HALLS UNI0X TO MEET
All members of this Union will
meet in Jefferson Saturday U5th
2 oclock p m at Union Ware-
house Business of importance
R C Holland Pres
Peanuts Wanted
500 Bushels Spanish Peanuts
Will pay 95c per bushel of 30
pounds delivered your depot
Address W F Nelson
m25 Atlanta Texas
M Jordan returned Thursday
from Birmingham Ala where he
visited some of his children
Now ib the time to use Magic
Food for your stock thebest in
the world Sold by D M Smith
If it is in Tailoring
Nearly every man you meet has a
Sore Spot If not on his foot or
some other part of his body its in
his mind Somebody has done him
and he feels tender over it Now I
cant cure those sort of Spots but if
your kick comes from being beat in
Clothes Ill ask you to try
JOE ADAMS-
on your next order If the FIT aDd
FINISH is not perfectly satisfactory
in every way you dont haye to take
the garment or pay one cent
You are to be
pleased not him
Four thousand Patterns showing
every goods and style to select from
Whats Finer for Dinner
Than a prime Rib Roast of beef When
you cant think of anything else roast
beef is always in order for one tires of
it seldom The choicest of the choicest
is what we ever aim to secure in beef
md Failure has yet to be written
over our door Good place to do your
meat buying this
Lathrop Livermans
MARKET
price 25 Cents
MBAELERS
US fJcarforn St CMcagS
Complies with all requirements of the National Pure Food Law Guarantee No 2041 filed at Washington
An old soldier writes about
ARIOSA Coffee Your coffee
is the best and richest coffee I ever
drank since I left the service from
61 until I received your coffee
yesterday A soldier knows coffee
by the taste and the way it makes him
feel and would sooner go without
his bread than without his coffee
Arbuckles ARIOSA was the first
roasted packaged coffee packaged for
Keep the Ball Rolliner
Editor Jimplecute Yes why
not place C A Culberson astride
the Democratic horse for the white
house and Williim Jennings Bryan
on behind Mr Bryan with his
experiance could and doubtless
Would bring up the rear in grand
style They the people say those
of them that want to be master of
ceremonies heap worse than Mr
Charlie that he Culberson has no
war record Well to avoid con-
fusion and argument we admit that
C A never ran the Spaniards up
San Juan Hill butted the bull off
the bridge or turned a double som
eraeett in mid winter over the falls
of Niagria but this we claim hav-
ing known and watched the U S
Senator from long anterior to the
time when he donned the political
knee breechps down to May 21st
07 we feel justified in the asser-
tion that no better material could
be found south or north of Mason
and Dixon line than his excelency
the Hon C A Culberson There-
fore we ask and solicit the national
Democratic league to send us
Stonewall No 2 one in who = e
veins flow the aristocratic blood of
the old Dominion to the conven-
tion to be held in the city of
where we will whoop up young
Charlie with such vim that all the
people will say Amen So mote it
be Rah for the Judge
I dreampt a dream the other night
When all around was still
I dreampt I met Tom Campbell
A coming down the hill
In his hand he held a cudgell
That he flourished wide and high
He said he was going to knock
The scalp bill into pie
Stonewall No 2
NEW SPRING SHOES
We are showing an extensive
line of the new and standard shoe
fashions for men women boys
children and baby shoes in a great
number of the prettiest models
We believe that you will find no-
where in Jefferson such an assort-
ment and such au assortment and
such value as at P Eldridges
If you havent time to exercise regu-
larly Doans Kegulets will prevent con-
stipation They induce a mild easy
healthful action of the bowels without
griping Ask The J F Crow Drug Co
for them 25c
A Grand Ball
The merchants and planters of
Lodi Texas will on the 29lh day
of May the one hundred ond sev
entyfirst anniversary of the birth
of Patrick Henry celebrate with a
grand ball at the Woodman hall
All lovers also lovers of fine mu-
sic and dancing ar6 respectfully
solicited to honor us with their at-
tendance Refreshments will be
served Music by the celebrated
Hamilton Walkers string band
We Are Assuming
That you want the purchasing pow-
er of your dollar to reach as far as
possible and return you as full
value as is consistent with fair
dealing If so we offer you that
opportunity throughout our entire
stock especially in our shoe de-
partment prices range from 10c
to S500 Wm Clark
It has been real warm all the
week with only one light shower
Wednesday evening so it seems
that dry weather has set in
A Narrow Escape
G W Cloyd a merchant of PlunkMo
had a narrow escape four years aeo
when he ran a jimson bur into his
thumb He says The doctor wanted
to amputate it but I would not consent
I bought a box of Bucklens Arnica
Salve and that cured the dangerous
wound 25c at W J Scdberrys druj
store
County Attorney M v ReavtB
has returned from a two week stay
at Mineral Wells and is greatly
benefited by his trip
How to Know
You are buying right is as easy as
it is simple merely examine the
style and qualities and price offered
by the whole merchantile world
Then go and examine the style
qualities and prices and you must
buy from Wm Clark
Chas Douglass B J and W F
Douglass were here from Avinger
Monday in attendance on business
in probate court
Mineral Wells Water
I am agent here for the cele-
brated Pike and Star Mineral
Wtlls water Leave orders with
me D M Smith
The members of Dick Taylor
Camp who go to Richmond to at-
tend the reunion will leave here
Monday
Nothing succeeds like success
Nothing cures chills fever and malaria
like BITHOMOL Sold by J F Crow
Drug Co C
Fred and Charlie Neidermeier
of Marshall visited home folks
Sunday
protection of consumers roasted
and the pores of each berry sealed with
a coating of fresh eggs and pure sugar
to hold the goodness in and make the
coffee setde clear and auickly Better
than fresh roast Warming a
little develops the flavor and makes the
grinding easy Our enormous coffee
business exceeding the next four largest
firms in the world together reduces our
When the Assessor calls for the
rendition of your property for tax-
es dont put off the matter This
is a leijal process and you have
no more right to postpone it than
you have to put off a summon
writ or other legal process
served by a sheriff or other officer
The assessor is only required to
call for your rendition one time
And it is his sworn duty to re-
port every person who fails or re-
fuses to list their property and
swear and subscribe to the same
fuch refusal being a misdeamor
punishable by fine and imprison-
ment in the county jail The law
is no respector of persons Dont
get into trouble through neglect
and expect the assessor to perjure
himself to shield you XX
Citation by Publication
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Constable of Ma-
rion County greeting
You are hereby commanded to 8unv
mon Silas Adams by making pub-
lication of this citation once ir
each week for four successive weeks
previous to the return day hereof in
some newspaper published in your
county if there be a newspaper pub
lislied therein but if not then in any
newspaper published in the 5th Judicial
District but if there be no newspaper
published in said Judicial District then
in a newspaper published in the nearest
district to said 5th Judicial District to
appear at the next regular term of the
District Court of Marion county to be-
holden at the Court House thereof in
Jefferson Texas on the last Monday in
June A D 1907 the same being the
24th day of June 1907 then and there-
to answer a petition filed in said Court
on the 11th day of April 1907 in a
suit numbered on the docket of said
Court No 1710 wherein ARosenthal
is plaintiff and Silas Adams is defend
ant said complaint alleging an indebt
edness of twentyfour dollars due by
defendant to plaintiff and an attach-
ment was levied in said cause upon the
following lands towit Part of the M
R 2Watson survey in Marion county
Texas beginning at Ruben Woodards
n w corner of his B B B C R R tract
pine and red oak mkd X thence south
2 10100 chains to Silas Adams n e cor-
ner a rock thence west 32 10100 chains
with north line of B B B C R R sur-
vey to s w corner of J C Bunsteins
tract a hickory brs s 13 w 41 12 links
Hweet gum brs s 44 w 31 links both
narked X thence north 21 55100
chains with Mariah Dayis east line to
J C Bunsteins n w corner and s w cor
ner of Anderson Strongs tract a rock
for corner about 500 feet south of a
spring maple on branch brs off 75 e 35
14 links mkd A thence east 10 10100
chains to a bone in the field for corner
thence south 2 12 chains to the begin
ning Also 13 34 acres of saicLWataoB s
survey adjoining the aoove Also 86
acres of land of the B B B O R R
vey described in and to Silas Adams
Also 192 acres of land of the Robert
Hamiltons survey fully described by
metes and bounds in and to said Silas
Adams All of said property situated
In Marion county Texas
That upon a final hearinc hereof
plaintiff have judgment for said debt
and lor foreclosure of said attachment
lien upon said land and for costs etc
Herein fail not bat have before said
Court aTTtfaforesaid next regular
term this writ with your return there
on showing how you have executed
same
Witness L B Todd Justice of the
Peace Precinct No 3 Marion county
Given under my hand and the seal of
ri g Court at Jefferson this 2lst
LUBSg day of May 1907
1907L
L B TODD
Justice of Peace Marion county
Citation by Publication
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Marion county greeting
You are hereby commanded to summon
Ed Hemmingway
by making publica-
tion of this Citation once in each week
for four successive weeks previous to
the return day hereof in some newspa
published
per in your county if there
be a newspaper published therein but
if not then in any newspaper publish-
ed Jin the 5th Judicial district but if
there be no newspaper published in
said Judicial district then in a news
published in the
paper nearest district
tosaid Judicial district to appear at
the next regular terra of the Justice
Court of precinct No 3 Marion county
to be holden at the Court House there-
of in Jefferson on the last Monday in
June A D 1907 the 6ame being the
24th day of June A D 1907 then and
there to answer a complaint filed in
said Court on the 22nd day of Novem
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average cost per pound and enables ts
to give you better coffee for your
money than you can buy in any other
way There are more packages of
ARIOSA sold in the United State
than all the other Coffee packages
combined
If your grocer will not supply write to
ARBUCKLE BROS
Hiw Yok Gt
ber A D 1906 in a suit numbered on
the docket of said Court No 16S4
wherein Segal Erambert a firm com
posed of J J Sesal and W H Eram
Sr plaintiffs and Ed Heni
bert are
mingway is defendant said complaint
alleging an indebtedness of Nintynine
15100 99 151 dollars due by said de-
fendant Ed Hemmingway to the said
plaintiffs Segal Erambert That an
attachment was levied in said Court
upon the following described land situ-
ated in Marion county Texas and be
ing a part of the Joseph Wadkins sur
vey and described as follows Begin-
ning at rock on the north side of the
a
Jefferson road at the northwest corner
of the M R Jones grant thence east
328 vrs to a stake on the north line of
theM RJones grant at one of the 8 w
corners of the CharlesMarrenton grant
from which a sweet gum bears n 53 e
1 vr marked D thence north at 82 vrs
cross Jefferson road and at 817 vrsa
stake from which a blackjack brs s 30
w 2 vrs marked 44 thence west 363 vra
to a stake thence south 817 210 vrs to
place of beginning containing 50 acres
ofland
That upon a final hearing hereof
plaintiffs have judgment for their said
debt of 99 15 and all costs of suit and
for a foreclosure of the said attachment
lien upon said land etc
Herein fail not but have before said
Court at its aforesaid next regular
term this writ with your return there-
on showing how you have executed the
same
Witness L B Todd Justice of the
Peace for Precinct No 3 of Marion
county
Given under my hand and seal of
said Court at office in Jefferson this
21st day of May A D 1907
Zska 1 L B IODD
Justice Peace Precinct No 3 Marion
County
Citation by Publication
THE STATE OF TEXAS
To the Sheriff or any Constable of
Marion county greeting
You are hereby commanded to sum-
mon Silas Adams by making publica-
tion of this Citation ence each week for
four successive weeks previous to the
return day hereof in some newspaper
published in your county if there be a
newspaper published thereinbutif not
then in any newspaper published in the
5th Judicial District but if there be no
newspaper published in said Judicial
District then in a newspaper published
in the nearest district to said 5th Ju-
dicial district to appear at the next
term of the Justice Court of Precinct
No 3 Marion county to be holden at
the Court House thereof in Jefferson
on the last Monday in June A D 1907
the same being the 24th day of June
1907 then and there to answer a com-
plaint itfiled in said Court on the 11th
day of April A D 1907 in a suit num-
bered on the docket of said Court No
1709 wherein Rosenfeld Co a firm
composed of A Rosenfeld alone is
plaintiff and Silas Adams is defendant
said complaint alleging an indebted
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50100 dollars due by delehdant to
plaintiff and an attachment was levied
in said cause upon the following de-
scribed land Part of tho M R Watson
survey Marion county Texas begin-
ning at Ruben Woodards nw corner of
his B B B C R R tract line and
Red oak marked X thence south 2
10100 chains to Silas Adams ne corner i
a rock thence west 32 10100 chains
with north line of B B B C R R
survey to sw corner of J C Bunsteins
tract a hickory brs s 13 w 41 12 links
sweet gum bis s 44 w 31 links both
marked X thence north 21 55100
chains with Mariah Davis east line to
J C Bunsteins nw corner and sw corner
of Anderson Strongs south line to rack
for corner small pine brs south 1 vr
marked X thence 14 55100 chains to
rock for corner about 500 feet south of
a spring maple on branch brs s 75 e
3514 links mkd A thence 10 10100
chains to a bone in the field for corner
thence south 2 12 chains to beginning
Also 13 34 acres of said Watsons sur-
vey adjoining the above also 86 acres
of land of the B B B C R R survey
described in and to Silas Adams also
192 acres of land of Robert Hamiltons
survey fully described by meters and
bounds in and to said Silas Adams all
of said property situated in Marion
county Texas
That upon a final hearing hereof
plaintiff have judgment for said debt
and a foreclosure of the attachment lien
upon said lands and for costs etc
Herein fail not but have before said
Court at its aforesaid next regular
term this writ with your return there-
on showing how you have executed the
same
Witness L B TODD
Justice of the Peace Precinct No 3
Marion County
Given under my hand and the seal of
said Court at office in Jefferson thiB
21st day of May A D 1907
CSEAid L B TODD
Justice Peace Marion County
AND SEE ME
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