The Coleman Voice. (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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ECIAL OFFERINGS FOR ONE WEEK
OXFORD TIES FOR MEN—The Walk-over, the beet known
foot-wear tot the price-$3.50, $4.00 and $5.00., We have
them in all the leather*—viei kid, patent kid, tan* in all the
ahades, the very newest styles. Can fit any foot We are anx-
Ioub to Bhow this line, for they are sure to please you.
BIG SHIPMENT LACES AND ENBROIDERIES from one
of the best concerns in New York. We ask you to come and
take a look at the dainty Vais, and Linen Laces with insertion
to match. They are sure to please you if you look. We are
offering special prices this week.
ALL-OVER LACES AND EMBROIDERY.-It’s a swell line.
Come and take a look. Our Swiss Embroideries with inser-
> We will be getting new goods all the time for spring, and it
will pay you to watch this store for all that is new and up-to-
We are determined to make a clean sweep of all Quilts,
Blankets, Kanton Flannel, Outing, Shawls, Fascinators, Wool
tions to match are beauties. They are to be seen in our win-
BIG SHIPMENT OF GINGHAM- Ited Seal and Toil d’Nord
all the best known branas, regular 121-2 and 15c, this week
BIG ASSORTMENT PERCALE, some of this lot is 86 inches
wide and is marked to sell regular at 121-2 and 15c, special
Our entire stpek of Winter Goods are out on counters for
your inspection this week. We don’t want to pack them, so we
are naming prices this week at less than manufacturer’s cost
We have been naming the prices on our winter goods. Now
we are ready for you to name the price and take them. It’s
our rule not to carry over goods from one season to another, so
will make prices this week that will be your own price.
Thread, All Wool Hosiery, Heavy Fleeced Hosiery, all Men’s,
Ladies, Children, Boys, Misses, Under-wear. It’s all out on
counters tin lots at prices that will convince you that it is priced
at less than it post us. All we ask is that you come and take a
look, you be the judge as to the value. We will do the show-
ing, you do the looking. You won’t be urged to buy. All we
ask is a call from you and let us show you through. On account
of the money stringency it leaves us loaded on winter goods
and we cannot and will not carry these goods over. Don’t
matter what they cost, they must go.
the store ahead COLEMAN COMMERCIAL COMPANY
( THE STORE AHEAD
| A. L. DICKINSON
Fire, Tornado, Hail, Accident,
Health, Disability, Plate Glass
Burglary, Steam Boiler,
Leading Companies of the World
LOSSES PAID PROMPTLY
With careful and prompt attention to the insuring
public, I respectfuly ask you for a sb^re of your business,
which I assure you will be greatly a ppreciated.
Office at StribHngs 5 Star 6 Store. Phone 181.
Respectfully yours for protection,
, A. L. DICKINSON.
Coleman has been asleep to’
these ma»iy years, It appears it
is now time to awake from its
lethargy. The election is close
at *iand and it is as well for usto
con the situation. Brown county
has the Senator, Representative,
District Judge and District At-
torney. Senator Grinnan has
held the sentorship for 10 years,
prior to that Erath and Comman-
che counties held the senatorship.
It appears to us now is the timr.
for Coleman county to assert her •
self and nominate a citizen for
that office. It has been men-
tioned to us by some of our 1 eas-
ing citizens that J. 0. Wood wstrd
would be a very suitable man for
the office. He needs no* intro-
duction from us and if elected
would dignify the office. Judge
Jenkins has Reclined to run
again for representative and we
have good timber here in Cole-
man. Citizens put o:n your
thinking caps and brii ng some
good man out, and let Coleman
county send one or 'nor e of her
citizens to Austin., j
State, National and maybe
Bailev issue involved in na-
tion d elegate convention, in leg-
islative contests and in attorney
Mineral’s race. t
It will be an exciting time, and
it’has begun already.
Read a reliable, trustworthy,
Democratic newspaper, the only
one that has consistently stood
by Governor Campbell, the
champion of government guar-
antee of bank deposits, the sup-
porterof Joe Bailey, the advocate-
of William J. Bryan, and always
the plain people’s reliance—The
Fort Worth Record, semi-Weekly.
Clubbing rates with this paper
pa follows: One year, both papers
Te Ike Tazyayen of Celnua coast,,
It is ordered that the taxpayers
of Coleman coun-y, Texas, be
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] SOCIETY NOTES, LOCALS, Etc.
i -GATHERED ft*—1-
MRS. W. A. SILLON
To the Farmers of Coleman coun-
ty and especially members of
the Farmers Union:
There are three grain dealers Surprise parties seem to be cently enlarged his pretty cot-
in Coleman, and the writer heard the order of the day, and three! tage home by adding two new
one of Jur bankers say the other of the kind have kept the ball1 rooms, repapered the interior
day that one of these dealers had
sold from $15,000 to $20,000 worth
of feed since the 1st of January.
Admitting they all do about the
same amount o&Jhiadtes, you see
what amount of money goes from
Coleman for feed. Understand
I am not opposing our grain deal-
ers, for they are my warm per-
sonal friend and I want to see
them do well, but what a reflec-
tion it is upon the fanners of
Coleman county, Besides this lin was calling on Miss Lola,
rolling. One on Wednesday and put in a new front door. All
night of last week with Miss
Nanie Collins. Several couples
going in and enjoying a game at
forty-two. Thursday night Miss-
es Nana Collins, Dora Stoner,
Vivian White, Iva Hemphill, and
Messrs. Buckridge, of Ft Worth,
Frank Hancock, of Ft Worth,
Cecil Glenn and Robert Canter-
berry, went to Mr. and Mrs. Joel
Warren’s where Mr. Tom Strick-
enoraous amount of feed, think
of the thousands of dollars gone
to buy bacon and lard when the
farmer could raise it at home
It makes me tired to have a far-
mer howl hard times, panic, and
curse the bankers und merchants
when they are to blame in a large
measure for their hard times.
Row, Brother Farmer, don’t say
that anyone else is to blame for
your buying feed, meat and lard,
for they are not. It is your fault
I came to this county three years
, IV , , ,_ , _ lard; raised the corn on my place
and Jiey are hereby notified that, make ft. have plenty of maize,
under the full rendition law, as
ago; have raised my bacon and ter, Miss Viola, left Friday for
went in and gave them a sur-
prise. Forty-two was again
played and some of Miss Lola’s
noted home-made candy enjoyed.
The girls don’t honor the; young
men all occasions, Friday night
a crowd of girls alone gave Miss
Lotta Dibrell a surprise. The
girls felt like they had struck it
rich sure enough, for it was Mrs.
Dibrell’s birthday and they were
feasted on Charlotte Russe and
Mrs. A. J. Penrod and daugh-
passed by the last legislature, it
is the duty of every citizen to
reader his property at its full
walue, and that it is the duty of
t he county assessor, and of the
commissioners court, to place as-
sessments at the full value of
All taxpayers are urged to co-
operate with the county assessor
and the commissioners court in
securing full, equal and uniform
assessments. And the commis-
sioners court hereby agrees and
promises to reduce the tax rate
in proportion to the increase in
ualue, so that your taxes will be
no greater for 1908 than in for
mer years, if as much, except
possibly for roads and bridges.
Witness our hands this Febru-
ary 12th, A. D, 1908.
F. M. Bowen,
Jno. R. Havens,
Com. Prec’t. No. 1.
W. A. S. Cobb,
Com. Prec’t No. 2.
C. W. Humphries,
Corn Prec’t fto. 3.
D. T. Gilus,
Com. Prec’t No. 4.
Stop that tickling cough! Dr.
Shoop’s Cough Cure will surely
stop it, and with perfect safety.
It is so thoroughly harmless that
Dr. Shoop tolls mothers to use
nothing else even with very
young babies. The wholesome
green leaves and tender stems of
a lung healing mountainous shrub
furnish the curative properties to
Dr. Shoop’s Cough Cure. It
calms the cough, and heals the
sensitive bronchial membranes.
No opium, no chloroform, noth-
ing harsh used to injure or sup-
press. Demand Dr. Shoops: Take
no other. Sold by W. J. Coul-
son. f f
cane, kaffir com and millet to
nearly run me, as dry and hard a
year as last one was. Now, this
is February, and every farmer in
Coleman county has no excuse
to not plant plenty of feed to do
him. Plant plenty—eight or ten
acres won’t do. I planted 52
acres in feed last year and will
plant it again, and if you don't
plant plenty it will be your fault
If you have not got some hogs
get out and buy you three or four
shoats. Plant eight or ten acres
in com, hit or miss, every year.
Plant plenty of maize-it will
you will win. It used to be said >s such delightful times on
that a man could not farm in ^ to,fer ^mother,
this county, but you seeold Cole- M/S- £ bf fe **
man is getting to be 9ne of the *he ** stay too Ion*
leading farming counties. I am Mr- J- p- Mom8 is spending
a Union man. I practice what I several days in Waco this Week,
preach. Diversify. I have heard Went over on business concern-
farmers say that it was cheaper >"8 his mining interests in Mex-
it, and TStefkne^th^’fS j^^^Sl2i£S“
mere out of debt. What fools Aid Society will, at an early day,
we mortals be. Sow 3 or 5 acres freshen up their church. We
in wheat; it makes good hog, understand that about three hun
“ We have ear «**.<» "
Santa Anna where they spent
several days visiting. The spec-
ial for their going was to attend
the party given by the Misses
Col. and Mrs. J. E. McCord
and son, Press, left last Thurs-
day for Roswell, New Mexico,
on a business and pleasure trip.
On being asked how long they
would be gone the Col. laughing-
ly replied that they would be
gone until they got back. We
hope that will not be long, for
friends like these are very much |X ™ 0f7rie"nds‘ who‘will
missed* extend to them a “Welcome
Miss Iva Hemphill left Monday
afternoon for Pecos to be gone
these improvements in our little
city are noted with much pleas-
ure, We want to see Coleman
always going forward.
Mrs. A. J. Penrod and Miss
Mollie Bassett left Wednesday
of this week for market Mis3
Bassett will be gone only a few
days, but Mrs. Penrod until the
last of the month. She will be
on hand in plenty time to see
that the ladies have their new
bonnets for Easter Sunday.
tylr. Duncan McGregor has re-
turned and taken up his work
Grand Jury Reportr
Coleman, Tex., Feb’y 1908.
To the Hon. Jno. W. Goodwin, Judge
of the 35th Judicial District of Texas:
We, the grand jury drawn for
the February term of the Dis-
trict court of Coleman county,
herewith submit to you the re-
port of our labors and investiga-
tion of violations Of law, as sug-
gested to us in your charge, and,
under our oaths as grand jurors,
beg to say that we have dilli-
gently and earnestly sought out
and have closely investigated all
violations of law coming to our
knowledge.through voluntary in-
formation and by subpcened wit-
nesses, and by the aid of the
sheriff and the district and cdSn-
ty attorneys, and have found
nineteen indictments—12 misde-
meanors and 7 felonies; and there
being no further business before
again at Litt’s after a month’s us, we are now ready to adjourn.
absence caused by sickness. This
month was spent with his mother
The Young Laidies’ Aid Society
of the Baptist church are prepar-
ing to give another shirt waist
bazaar in the early spring. )'
Rev. J. D. Allen was called to
Commerce last Wednesday.
While away he visited Paris also,
returning home Monday. Dur-
ing his absence Mrs. Allen and
Master Jesse Davis had the
pleasure of visiting among the
congregation of their church.
Mrs. Julia Folk and daughter,
Miss Patti, have gone for a few
months stay at Houston. It is
hard for people who have lived
in Coleman so long to break up
and leave. When the time came
they found so many ties to bind
that they decided to just close
therhouse and return next sum-
mer. Mrs. Poik and Miss Patti
HOME MADE LARD
Every Found Guaranteed to be
Pure or Mouey Refunded.
the hill now and plenty of sweet
potatoes in the hill for planting.
So let us raise everything we can
at home and make our cotton
crop our surplus.
Yours to do all these thiugs.
T. B. Taylor.
Grippe is sweeping the coun-
try. Stop it with Preventics,
before it gets deeply seated. To
check early colds with these lit-
tle Candy Cold Cure Tablets is
surely sensible and safe. Pre-
ventics contain no quinine, no
laxitive, nothing harsh or sicken-
and repapering the
Dr. S. N. Aston has quite re-
Home” at any time.
Major Johnson’s family left
Tuesday for Crowell to join the
Major who has gone in business
there with Mr. J. C. Dunn whose
family will also leave some time
in the summer. We regret to
see these families leaving us but
we wish for them much success
in their business.
Dr. Will Ratliffe, wife and
Before doing so, however, we
wish to commend to the citizens
of Coleman county the three ex-
ecutive officers with whom we
have been in direct contact and
association, to-wit: W. L Futch,
sheriff, Walter Early, district at-
torney, and W. C. Woodward,
cqnnty attorney. We believe
that through the earnest and ca-
pable efforts of these officers vi-
olations of law have greatly de-
creased, and under their future
care and watchfulness will con-
continue to decrease. And in
AND READY-MADE DRESSES
AT 25 °/o DISCOUNT
Beginning Monday, Feb. J7tk
Quite a stock of these goods on hand, and we
give this special one-fourth ofl to move them at
THIS MAKES OUR
$10.09 Long Kimonas.. .$7.50
5.00 Short Kimonas.. 3.75
3.00 Short Kimonas. 2.25
$2.00 Short Kimonas...$1.50
1.50 Short Kimonas... 1.15
1.00 Short Kimonas... 75
In the lot we have some few Dresses, some Per-
cale, some Calico and some Outing. AH go m at
the same reduced prices.
C. E. GOUGH
THE FASTEST GROWING STORE IN COLEMAN
An Open Utter.
Dallas, Texas, Feb. 6. 1908. —
S. H. Gilliland, "Esq., COIeman,
Texas: Dear Sir-Replying to
yours of 4th asking assessed val-
ue of our good farming lands
We are assessing such lands at
this connection We desire to say u near a3 be determined
that the last few preceeding their and fuU value in
grand juries are deserving of the m as the law contemplates,
thanks of all good citizens of this, Thls value now runS) you might
county for the feariess and faith- 8ay> a„ the way from $25.00 to
iul performance of their duty as ?60 00 per acre. In the GENERAL
such grand jurors. And we fur- RUN 0f cases on farm [ands allow
ther recommend that your Honor a goodiy portion under cultiva-
appoint a finance committee to ^ fairly weU situated and
audit and examine the books and fnm fairly well t0 well improv.
accounts of officers and county ■ ^ as to perishabie implements
aft airs. Jno. W. Cox, and from fajriy good to good
soil—with exceptional cases of
A SAFE COMBINATION.
Read your home paper. Ifb
needed to prove this
istatement correct. - tdtt~ iStu
need a paper for world-wide-gen-
eral news. You cannot choosS
better one-one adapted to til
wants of all the family—tha
The Dallas Semi-Weekly New
By subscribing to the Colemz
Voice and the Semi-Weekly Sfe’
together, you get both pap
one year for $1.75. No subsci
tion can be accepted for j .
than one year at thisjMNiegftffc
and the amount is n»abfy
in advance. OrdewKw. Do notr
delay.. 1908‘v.iil oe presidential
year. Your order will receive
D. T. Gillis announces in this
issue for re-election to the office
of County Commissioner, Prec’t.
J65.00, moo, 5kt,<£Z22'-JSi
it yourself, yet the testimo
others should carry much
M. H. Miller of Mowea
says that the only thing he
Sold by W.
box, 48 tablets,
set boxes 5 cents.
The grand jury report, which
will be found elsewhere in this
issue of The Voice, is a good one,
and not only shows, but express-
es the fact, that crime of every
nature is on the decrease in our
county. This bit of news should
_ . and we know it is, gratifying
to everyllaw-abiding citizen. The
results, as they say, are due of
the vigilance of our officers—and
no county has a better set of
these kind of individuals than
I* have for sale Jersey Cows, fresh in milk,
Springers, and Heifer Calves.
I Have Some of 24s Good Jersey
Blood as There is North ^
_ or South,
not beef, but milk and butler producers 365 days
,in the year. I have some very fine Registered Jer-
f iey Bulls, one and two years old.
Breed up your milk stock with the best Jersey
blood—blood will tell.
: l< Write or phono me exactly what you want.
No misrepresentation!. No dissatisfied custo-
knows of that will surely cure
stomach trouble, indigestion and
constipation is Dr. Caldwell’s
Syrup Pepsin, the great herb lax-
daughter,“of Fort Worth,* are'the ative comnound, which is safe
guests of Mrs. McFarland, and and also pleasant to the toste. It
Dr. Dick Ratliffe and wife of■ » absolutely guaranteed to do
Qnsnnah the guests If A. D. what is claimed for it, and if you
Dunn. These gentlemen are want to try it before buying,
nephews of Mrs. Maggie Ratliffe send your address for a free
who is very sick and they have,^ple bottie Pepsin Syrup Co.,
come to attend her bedside. Ul» Caldwell Bldg^, Monticello,
They cornel with saddened hearts B- It 11 sold hy W. J. Coulson
for she was a mother to. them jana W a bottle. ,f
and raised them. | fine for Rain.
-—~ “ | A fine rain fell in Coleman
%! county Saturday and Tuesday
* which will be of inestimable val-
| ue to the farmers of the county.
The grain was not suffering, bur
the rain has soaked right through
to the moisture and a grain crop
is almost assured. Coleman
county can begin to smile a£ the
good fortune ahead of her.
The Jumping Oft Place
“Consumption had me in its
grasp ; and I had almost reached
the jumping off place when 1
was advised to try Dr. King’s
New Diilcovery; and I want to
say right now, it saved my life.
'Improvement began with the
first bottle, and after taking one
dozen bottles I was a well and
Mr. Miller, Moweagua.
ionT^»r^Smi8ato°Pi higiv ValUe r acre’ wherejcommisrionCTB ti^amt^haa
use condltlon and circumstances ^ and what he doegn-t^
warrant. about his VT^Qct and ita needs
Farm lands situated out four need not be known. He promises
or five miles from Dallas have' if elected to ^ve an dfficient and
been assessed this year as high economical administration of the
Jersey Cattle For Sale
duties of the office.
as $70.00 per acre with no
improvement whatsoever in the
way of buildings and the soil not If you have < _
first class. Farm lands some clos-1 s.e*f repulsive —
er in, but similarly situated, as to
improvements have been assess-
at $150.00, $200.00, $250.00, $300.-
00, $350 00 and on up to $500.00
per acre; where it’s close prox-
imity to the city would influence
the value and seemingly at 1<
justify such high values.
We've adopted no rule*other
than that laid down in the law.
We are getting along smoothly
without any “kicks to speak of”,
the number of assessments bang
this year far ahead of this time
last year-possibly double.
James E. Bolton,
Tax Assessor Dallas Co., Tex.
(J. W. Legg.)^_
Kennedy’* Laxative Cough
syrup acts gently but promply on
the bowels. It stops the cough
by soothing the throat and hang
irritation. Sold by Coulson’s
Moore, of Crfmestand, N. C. A;
a isemedy for coughs, colds, and
healer of weak, sore lungs and
for preventing pneumonia New
Discovery is supreme. 50c and
$1 at W. J. Coulson, draggist
Trial bottle free.' _ _ f
P. W. ilonea, a good and sub-
stantial citizen,of the Silver Yob
ley neighborhoad, came in the
last of last week, and while here
favored the editor of The Voice
A simple, single test, i
tell you a catarrh truth \
Don't suffer longer,
death of B. E.
day, aged 75 ya
and 12 days. Mr.
old and respected i
county. The V#
sympathy in this
The quick relief
ed by Charaberlai:
makes it a favorite
ere from Rheun
seated and muscular ]
sale by W. J, I
THE PEOPLE’S BA
We make an earnest effort to accommodate i
Our aim is to make this in every respect the ]
a bank where ail may feel at home; a place v.____
moderate means may expect and receive the same 1
as those more favorably situated. On this basis ’
your business, i ,
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