The Coleman Voice. (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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acres of fine level valley land, three awl house*
- in fine state of cultivation. Situated about 18
3EHE ofCderaan City, 2 miles south of Vi^s. Law
, lakes of everlasting wati t ; "^d about 200 ball
__________ Raised about 200 bales of cot-
te IMP $26.00 per acre, $3,000 cash, balance in 1 to 6
wars at 6 and 8 per cent Will sell all or part.
W.H. KINCAID, Coleman, Texas
I. *re authorized to announce to
lowiwr named parties aa candidates
fueoffice specified, subject to the
of the Democratic party.
Metric t Clerk:
J. F. Gordon. 2
B. H. Pittman.
In Memory of Jewell May Crow.
gmr County Clerk:
i County Attorney:
Walter C. Woodward.
E. K. Thomson.
W. N. McCulloch.
He County Treasurer :
J. C. Griffin.
Per Public Weigher.
H. Firm Green.!
M. A. Hudson '
E. M. Woodard.
On the 26th of July, 1907, Lit-
tle Jewell May entered the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Grover Cross.
And a jewel, indeed, she was,
bringing joy" and sunshine to
to their home and inspiring new
hopes and ambitions in the hearts
of her fond father and mother.
But, alas! How suddenly and
unexpectedly our earthly hopes
and ambitions vanish. And so it
is with Mr. and Mrs. Cross, since
little Jewell May is no more on
earth. For on the 26th of Janu-
ary, 1908, she answered the call
of Him who said, “Suffer the lit-
tle children to come unto me and
forbid them not, for of such is
the Kingdom of Heaven,
Though their home has lost
some of its sunshine, their earth-
ly hopes andambitfons for Little
Jewell May are vanished
her fond mother's arms are so
sensibly empty, we would say to
the sorrowing ones to look above
the clouds and see the sun still
shining. And know that you
have one more treasure laid up
Fur County Oommtamow Precinct No.l. ^ and mav hopes that
T. W. White.
R. EL Baird
ftr County Commissioner Prect No. 4:
D. T. GiHis (re-election.)
fer Justice of the Peace. Prec’t. No. L
T. W. White
“Uncle” Charley Thomp-
fe. City Marshal. Assessor and Cotlec-
Joel G. Warren.
M. J. Estes.
Claud Baird. _
§eo. G. Murray, the land man.
Geo. G. Murray, the Insurance
This is St. Valentine’s
What do you think of it ?
Let Geo. G. Murray write your
If you want to buy a good tom
r T. J. White.
He rainfall for Saturday and
Tuesday inclusive was .80 of an
Geo. G. Murray
Horne & Beck have a big lot
?«jephone Batteries on hand, si
fcakley has just received a
large shipment of China matting
and window shades.
Home & Beck, funeral direc-
ffB and undertakers supplies, ^
Ceo. G. Murray batf the oldest
fasurance Agency in the town.
Call at' Beakley’s and see that
the line of matting and window
shades. Just arrived, •»
If you have any thing to trade
y seLI see Geo. G. Murray- -51
Files 10c, 20c, 36c; Bolts, Lap-
, Axes, Maddocks, Handles,
nry Brown & Co. ^ 31
he most up-to-date stock of
'I' netting ever carried in Coleman
| Amort nir
: now be seen at Beakley s.
■dn far Ssk
Aoairof gentle work mules
lor sale. 'Apply to J. H. Tucker.
wi Cows for S»l«.
good work horses
Tuesday evening from Royse,
Texas, on a visit to his brother,
Books, Lines,” Poles, Trots,
Srikers, Seines- it’s time to fish
»we have the tackle.—Henry
are incomparable to your earth-
ly ones give you higher and
nobler aspirations and know that
He, who gathers the littles ones
in His arms and keeps them from
all harm will most securely keep
Little Jewel) May. A Friend.
I wish that I might talk with
all sick ones about the actua
cause of stomach, heart and kid-
ney ailments. To explain in per-
son how weak stomach nerves
leads to stomach weakness, I am
sure would interest alL And it
is the same with weak hearts or
weak kidneys. This is why my
prescription—Dr. Shoop’s Restor-
ative—so promptly reaches ail-
ments of the stomach, heart and
kidneys. It is wrong to drug the
stomach or stimulate fhe heart
or kidneys. These weak inside
nerves simply need more strength
My Restorative is the only pre-
scription made expressly to
these nerves. Next to seeing
you personally, will be to mail
you free, my new booklet enti-
tled, “What To Do.” I will also
send samples of my Restorative
as well. Write for the book to-
day. It will surely interest you.
Address Dr. Shoop, Box 8, Ra-
cine, Wis.—W. J. CouTson. f
For a full line of Fruit and
Shade trees, and'all kinds bf
Shrubbery, see Tom Frizzell of
Coleman, representing t h e
Brown wood & West Texas Nur-
sery, located at Bangs. Will
take orders for Immediate or fall
delivery. He will save you from
15 to 25 per cent on your bill. '81
Show me the way to Geo. Cl.,
Murray’s office. 1 landed iti
Coleman this moping and heard
some one say that he (Geo. Mur-
ray) would sell you a home arid
insure.it one year free of charge.
In the suit against thf city the
plaintiff was awarded a damage
verdict of $1,000. City appealed
on Tuesday evening. Court, ad-
journed and jury dismissed until
1:30 p. m. next Monday.
All who are indebted to me by
nete or operf account are request-
ed to call at once and settle in
some satisfactory way or their
account will be turned over to
an attorney for collection after
February 15. I am compelled to
have money to pay debts so call
1 B. Wa
In the morning Bro. Bandy
preached an interesting and in-
structive discourse from Peter
V.l-3. Subject — “.Preparation
and encouragement to press to-
ward on the journey to the home
At night the pastor took for
his subject. “A fruitful tree of
Christian life grows as a result
of planting God’s seed in the
soil of thought, ’* Phil. 4:4-9.
No preaching service at the
above church owing to the ab-
sence of the pastor.
In the morning the pastor’s
sextwas Jno. 4:4, “And he must
needs pass through Samaria.”
The origin of the Samaritans,
and of the hostility between the
Jews and the Samaritans. The
Jews in passing to and fro be-
tween Judea and Gallilee usually
went down bp Jericho, crossed
the lower ford of the Jordan into
Pena, and recrossed at the upper
ford into Gallilee, rather than
tike the more direct route thru
the country of the Samaritans
When Jesus decided to with-
draw from Judea on account of
the bitter and growing opposition
of the Seribs and Pharisees, we
are told that "he must needs
pass through Samaria.’’ Why?
There is nothing in the narrative
to indicate that His ^withdrawal
from Judea was of such a nature
as to compel Him to take this one
road rather than the other. There
w*s no call from Gallilee com
pelling him to make the shortest
possible time, for he tarried two
days in the Samaritan village of
Sychor. The expression is the
same that he used in his boyhood
when he told Joseph and Mary
that he must needs be about his
Father's buoiness. Jt expresses
the moral necessity to do the
work that the Father gave him
As we study the incident we
seem to be forced to tfie conclu-
sion that the necessity for mak-
ing the journey through Samaria
!was in the divine purpose to give
“the water of life” tq the poor
fallen woman of Samaria,
Looked at in this light the in-
cident teaches us; l
L That Christ knew, and so
knows now, before hand the
hand the movements, conditions
and needs of lost men and
II, That salvation is of sov-
ereign grace. The woman of
Samaria not only was not wait-
ing and yearning for salvation,
but it was only after patient
leading that she was able to
catch any spiritual ideas at all.
III. That “God is no inspector
of persons." If the Master must
needs go to save the fallen wo-
men of Samaria, there is none
too low to be the obje :t of his
saving interest And therein is
a lesson and a rebuke far us who
claim to be carrying on the work
work of Christ in giving his gos-
pel to the world,
livening — Exposition I of the
parable of the Tares, Matt. 13:24-
The seven parables of the
"Kingdom of Heaven" in this
Comparison between certain
feature! of the parable! of the
Sower and the parable jpf the
'fares.—In the former tneseed,
WE HAVE MOVED!
WE WILL BE IN THE BUILDING NEXT TO
WILSON’S GRAIN STORE, at which place we
will be glad to haye all our customers call when
they want GOOD, PRESH MEATS.
HEMPHILL & FIELDER
of the church is to help—not to
But the fact that we are to
deal cautiously with others, even
to the point of permitting false
Christians to continue in the vis-
ible church—does not mean the
triumph of evil and of deception.
The time is coming when, with
unerring judgement, the tares
will be separated from the
wheat. No tares will be found
in the garners of the Kingdom
above, and no wheat will be cast
into the everlasting fire-
In the morning Brother Moss
preached from Mat 27:19. Sub-
ject, Pilate’s wife and her dream
Fair congregation. No services
at nighty owing to bad weather.
k Farm For Sale.
100-acre farm, 50 acres in cul-
tivation, well improved, 9 miles
west of Coleman on Coleman and
Talpa road. Four room house,
good barn and stable, two wells
of good water. Apply to
1 J. E. DunmaN,
tf Coleman, Texas.
Tom Frizzell can furnish you
shade and ornamental trees to
set arbor day. Will deliver them
at you house on that date.
A. J. Futrell and J. L. Warren
of that garden spot of the coun-
ty (seven miles west from Cole-
man) were in town Saturday,
coming together, and renewed
for The Voice. Now, they say
that section is the garden spot
of the county, not us, but as long
as that “spot” is in Coleman we
have no objection. Farmers over
that way, they say, are in good
condition, making no complaint
about rain—but guess they
have had a goodly quantity of
that article by thia time,
One that will not ge AT ALL, does
n’t cause as much trouble as one
that runs irregularly-now fast, now
The first you don’t pretend to de-
pend on, the other is a constant
source of annoyance.
Most people can afford a watch,
but no one can afford an uncertain
-fast and slow one.
If your watch does not run prop-
erly, leave it with ua a day or so,
and it will trouble you no more for a
Our specialty is watch repairing,
consult us about any watch troubles
that may arise.
Neglected Colds Threaten Life.
[From the Chicago Tribune.]
“ ‘Don’t trifle with a cold,’ is
good advice for prudent men and
women. It may be vital in the
case of a child. Proper food,
good ventilation, and dry, warm
clothing are the proper safe-
guards against colds. If they
are maintained through the
changeable weather of autumn,
winter and spring, the chances olr
a surprise from ordinary colds
will be slight. But the ordinary
light cold will become severe
neglected, and a well establii
lished ripe cold is to the germs of
diphtheria what honey is to the
bee., Tbs greatest menace to
child life at this season of the
ear is the neglected cold.
Whether it is a child or adult,
the cold slight or severe, the very
best treatment that can be adopt-
ed is to give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It is safe and
sure. The great popularity and
immense sale of this preparation
has been attained by its remark-
able cures of this ailment A
cold never results in pneumonia
when it is given. For sale by
W- J. Coulson. f
A light rein fell here Saturday
Farmers are pretty well up
with their work.
John Havens received a phone
message from Silve| Valley Sun-
day evening that Mr. C. N, Ray
had died of heart failure Satur-
day and Mr. B. E. Smith died
Sunday evening of pneumonia.
On account of the inclement
weather we had no preaching
The young people here have
organized a literary society and
much interest is being manifest-
Misses Gem Steffey, May and
Dessey Bird visited Mrs. Gus
R. King, of Shady Grove, visit-
ed his old-time friend Arthur
Quite a number of our citizens
are helping Judge Goodwin dis-
pense justice at the county capi-
Dudley James home from Mer-
kel where he has been in school.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peyton
of Bangs visited W. L. James
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Owing to the large num
her of animals being brought
in for treatment, Dr. E. &
Forbes, Veterinary Surgeon,
will remain at John Pearce's
stable until Sunday noon,
Feb. 16th. Dr. Forbes is
the only qualified veterina-
rian -who ever visits this
com ty, and does a lage prac-
tice when here. It
I have in stock and in transit
twelve cars of the celebrated
Chickasha Chops, five cars corn,
one car Seed Oats, three cars of
Glasfiow Flour. — J. M. Crawford.
A Bad Cough
is not a disease, but a sympton of
disease: a sign that disease is
laying hold on the bronchial, pul-
monary or nervous systems. If
Harts’ Honey and Horehound is
freely taken when the cough first
appears, a few doses will effect a
certain cure of the trouble which,
if neglected, may result in pneu-
monia or other serious malady.Try
Harts’ Honey and Horehound.
25c, 50c and $1.00 bottles sold by
W. J. Coulson, druggist f
E. 0. Rose, our progressive
dairyman, whose ad. you will see
elsewhere in The Voice is anoth-
er one of those business kind of
fellows that doesn’t wish to re-
main in the dark, but would rath-
er expose himself more thorough-
ly to the public. Consequently
he plants a regular ad. in The
Voice, subscribes for it, and
wants us to tell the people that!
he will continually renew his ef-
forts to please the public—that
having always been his purpose.
Two shining wheels! and they,
too, to put a subscription to The
» Concho Peak Item.
A fine rein came yesterday eve
and those who have small ’grain
planted have very broad smiles
on, and in fact every one you
chance to meet has a smile on.
Mr. O’Neal and a J. Milligan
had business in Coleman Monday.
J. D. Whetstone and Robert
Machen had business at the city
but they too succeeded in getting
J. B. Mauldin and B. B. Fowl-
er are helping to run the court
John Fowler is visiting home
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Geveland
have a right sick child but we are
glad to report it improving.
Some little measles excitement
south of us.
Our school was light last week
on account of grippe.
Our f armera are pretty well up
with their preparations for an-
Our local union meet every 2nd
and 4th Saturday. Lineup boys
and attend these meetings.
Sleepy John might have some-
thing good to tell you and you
would sure miss it if he did.
Mr. Edmundson, of Palestine,
Assistant State Lecturer of the
Farmers’ Union, delivered an in-
structive lecture at the court
house last Wednesday afternoon
on the scientific effects of co-op-
eration, Nature mid business
men had done so, only the Farm-
ers had failed in this. He urged
them to do so at once. A fair
number were in attendance.
m Mr. L L Talbot, druggist and
1909. That’s the way friend R.
D. Kinney, one of our south-town
patrons shows his appreciation
to The Voice. If it made us feel
good, how could we help it It’s
a pleasure to have good, sub-
stantial citizens show such bp-
Laxative Syrup for the cure of
constipation, billiousness, indi-
gestion and dyspeaia. He says;
I have sold Re-Go Tonic Laxa-
tive Syrup and take pleasure in
recommending it to my custo-
mers, as it gives satisfation in
every case.” 25c, 50c and $1.00
bottle “8 “ '
J. C. Dibrell was in town
Wednesday and informed us that
since the rain the grain on his
farm never look bettered. He has
390 acres in oats and 25 acres in
wheat, 1150 acres in cultivation
making Mr. Dibrell one of th.
largest fanners in Coleman coun-X 1
ty, and it goes without saying, A
one of the most successful ones. ■
Mr. Dibrell says that he would
raise more wheat if a market
and mills for same were estab-
lished in Coleman. Some steps
should be at once made in thia
Sheriff Futch informs us that
his requisitions for Hackleman,
alias Cobb, Jones, will be honor-
ed, and he will be turned over to
Sheriff Futch. It appears that
the killing of an officer at Ver-
non, Ala,, was in an indiscrimi-
nate mixup, and so would be hard
to prove it against him.
The case of the State vs. Jim
Freeman, appealed from Cole-
man, was reversed and remanded
by the court of criminal appeals.
;fes sold by W. J. Coulson.
Jeweler and Optician
Horse Clippers don’t cost much
and they improve the horse’s
looks and value, too. We sell
them.—Henry Brown & Co. 31
To kill your prairie dogs, get
Poisoned Millet. -At Coulson’s
Drug Store. 30
I guarantee Crown Flour, made
at Glasgow, Mo., to be equal to
Bultes Excellence, and win sell it
to you for $1.55 per sack.-J. M.
Right on top of some other
good things that have occurred
tHis week is the fact that L C.
Vaughn, one of the enterprising
farmers of down toward Santa
Anna, came, in Monday and had
his "Voice” lengthened. Heal
so had us change his address
from S. A. to Coleman Rfd. 2 blood,
and renew his subscription to the
Ft. Worth Record. A party came
in with Mr, Vaughn whose name
we failed to get. but never the
less his Visit was likewise ap-
W eek aoi sickly Wedieu,
Mrs. E. C. Charles, of Harbor,
Maine, speaking of Electric Bit-
ters, says: “It is a neighborhood
favorite here with us.” It de-
serves to be a favorite every-
where. It gives quick relief in
dyspepsia, livef complaint, kid-
ney derangement, malnutrition,
nervousness, weakness and gen-
eral debility. Its action on the
a thorough purifier,
ispedally useful as a
spring medicine. This grand al-
ternative tonic is sold under
guarantee at Coulson’s drug
Btroe. 50c. f
Fisk was represented in town
Friday by our good friend, W,
W. Graham, for he was not sat-
isfied with letting his time ex-
pire but renewed another year.
We were pleased to hear him say
that the people in his section
were getting along nicely, had a
fine winter for work, fffid while
not particularly needing rain,
wouldn’t object to it Mr. Gra-
ham resides on the Brown ranch.
Egg* for Sale.
Say, Bpeaking about the im-
provements going on or that
have been made amongst some
of our business houses, have you
ever paid any particular attention
to Henderson & Roach's grocery
store since things were remodel-
ed around there and the build-
ing improved? If not, look in.
It is one of the most neatly ar-
ranged and up-to-date grocery
stores any where to be found.
“Suggestive Therapeutice” is
said to be the most advanced and
gpeedy method for the perma-
nent cure of all diseases. It is
extremely doubtful if a more
speedy and permanent cure for a
bad cough or cold can be devised
tvan taking a few doses of Harts'
Honey ana Horehound. If you
have been disappointed and
Rev. R. j. Mood of George-
town will speak at the Methodist
church next Wednesday night at
7:30 on Christian education.
See that beautiful line of
spring matting and iHndow-
shades which arrived today at
The schedule of the evening
train, in from Angelo, has been
changed from 5:02 o’clock to
5:12. You have just ten minutes
J. 0. Brown was appointed
postmaster at Coleman, vice Jae.
Gipson, he will receive his com-
Some good Poland China pig
$2.50 each. See Geo. N. Beaf-
Seed Ort* for Sole.
J have seed oats for sale at 70c
te pushel. Phone 139. ' '
” "• CepmiMhners Coort.
Commissioners Court opened
in regular session last Monday.
All the Commissioners being
present, Judge Bowen presiding.
The first part of the week was
devoted to auditing the various
officers accounts. Wednesday
was devoted to road work, which
occupied the court up to going to
Edison, Victor, Columbia- ma-
yhe Presbytery of the.Cumber- chides and records. They are
land Presbyterian church meets ^ genuine and new. Come and see
at Coleman Thursday, Feb. 20th.; how ea^;v ij get them.
; ry Brown « t.3.
Kodo! is a scientific prepara-
tion of vegetable adds with nat-
____ __________ Gucuweet, the well known
and digestonts and contains the tidy for babies and children, win
am juices found ir. a healthy quiet the little one in a short
aomach. Each dose will digest time. The Ingredients are print-
more than 3,000 grains of good ed on the bottle. Contains no
food. Sold at Coupon's drug opiates. Sold at Coulson’s drug
■tore, f store. f
It is hard to estimate how
many women owe their female
''T r,uWT ; troubles, general weakness,
is the truth, in theJgtter it nervousness, sallow skin, etc.,
persons; ,,-in the former the to constipation and Indigestion,
field is the human.heart, in thfe but doctors whose practice is
latter the world; in the former am°n£ women say that 90 per
, • , ■ cent would be no exaggeration,
only oue .r is mentioned, in ^ jg wy] jor them to know of
the latter two-ihe son of man1 Dr. Caldwell’s Syrup Pepsin,
and the evil one. which cures constipation, indi-
In the parable of the Tares the gestion, sick headache, heart-
.ntraet wms to ho hetween uurn, hat flashes, etc. It is ab-
solutely guaranteed to (Jo1 what
is claimed, and if you want to
contract seems to be between
true and false Christians within
the visible kingdom, rather than
between good and bad men in
material world, for the follow-1 to Pepsin Syrop Co,
try it before buying, send your
address fpr_a free sample bottle
I. The tares are represented
as being sown after the wheat.
II. The significance in the use
well Bldjk Monticello,
is sold by W. J.
and $1 a bottle.
Coulaon at 50c
_ _ If you want strictly high grade
of the figure of the teres is in 1^-use Crown made at Glas-
1 to. you
similarity in ap^arencebetween -J.3*
*sta„Xrotari,uh.“.Vd“ • *
openly godiegs men outside the
the iast moved out of the- King- . m
tne'iaHi moven out or me- jvmgf
dom—which could not be if they r •
v«d never been within. We
regret to anqfunee the
So to N. Roy,~of k.
• b»m on Val,ey ^ dN last Saturday.
SE, BARN OR GRANERY
ADD TO BUlhDlOlQS
that there win ***** Christians
within the visible king
earth, and that they are alloweu
to remain until the harvest. We the berea
can see some reasons, at least,
why the Master gave such a
caution to those who would be in flour
authority in His church. . willii
I. We are in danger^ because Crav
of our fallible judgement and of
the dose similarity iiAppearanee
between the wheat and the
tarea,1 to root up wheat when we
think we are rooting up tares.
Hie Voice extends sympathy to
Clinton Smyth of Coleman had
to come in Monday morning and
“storm” us with a $1.75 to re-
pair his “Voice” and keep the
indefatigable News coming. Gee!
how glad we are when we know
a man’s ‘Voice’ is restored. ”
Setting of eggs (16) for $1.00.
Rhode Island Red. Delivery to
be made at Henderson & Roach’s
store.—D. W. Bhie. 32-4t-pd
have been disappointed and re-
ceived no benefit from others, try
this remedy. 25c, 50c and $100
bottles sola by W. J. Coulson,
2736 poll taxes for county were
paid up to Jan. 31,1907,3453 as-
Before pladng your order fof
monument figure with Tom
Frizzell of Coleman, represent-
ing Brownwood Granite & Mar-
, , _ ., * a ble Works. He can furnish you
The best English Queensware, anything in the line on reasona-
cheap: Plates 50c, Cups and bte term8 31
I will leave far market on next
Tuesday, the 18th. Any special
intrusted to me will have very
C. E. Gough,
Care Marquette Hotel, St Louis.
We have opened a new dairy just
north of town with nothing but regis-
towd Jersey cows. We will put outy '
nothing but pure milk, tout up m sani jf j
l*ry waled bottles, at life quirt for u JT
slummed milk, and 26e per pound foP,
outter. Orders phoned to Santa Fe de-' I
feel aure you will he pleased.
me an order, and I
Saucers 60c, and bowles, dishes,
etc., etc.—Hepry Brown & Go.
Chamberlain’s Cough -Remedy a
“We prefer Chamberlain’s
Cough Remedy to any other for
our children,” says Mr. L. J.
Woodbury of Twining, Mich.
“It has also done the work for
us in hard colds and croup, and
we take pleasure in recommend-
ing it For sale by W. J, Coul-
W. E. Brown, an old citizen of
the county and a good one,-too,
was in from Atoka a day or two
ago and sent The Voice up a dol-
lar stronger. It’s just such
neighbors as these that help our
“speaking tube” so materially.
will get into mischief-often it
means a bum or cut or sca,ld.
Apply Ballard’s Snow Liniment
just as soon*as the accident hap-
pens and the pain will be reliev-
ed while the wound will heal
■ 8EM- MURRAT
Hssl Estate ui iisu
A 8he*l«K Up
may all ha very well so far as
the trusts are concerned, but not
when it comes to chills and fever
PHONE 210 - COLEMAN, TEXAS
Id by 'Tom Garrett.
L S. Odom, another one of I and malaria. Quit the
those good farmers near Cole- fJ1** take a reai cure- Ballard’s
Lou nla/,osl nn nnrlar nhlirra i Herbjtie. Contains nO hamfUl
man has placed us under oblige, drugf) and ig u certain „ taxes_
tion for a renewalof hisjoice” if jt doesn’t cure you get your
Sold by Tom Gar-
and the Dallas News. He ap-
preciates a good combination of
reading matter, just like all good
Bad Stomach Trouble Curad.
Having beefi sick far the past
Mrs. Francis Miller of Chica-
go, niece of Mr. and Mrs. A. L.
Dickinson, arrived in town ot
Monday last, having stopped of
for a visit on their way to Cali
fomia. We understand that Mrs.
Miller is an accomplished vocal-1
isti posaetiafing a most beautiful
T. J. WHITE
0ollection*, Probate Law, SpedalUei.
1 n!fi?,iantl Wi'.U ewetohy written.
tend litlea examined .M i
..._NOTANV PUBLIO.t .J3E.
The Home Benefit Association,
No. I, has paid to the benefici-
ary of call No. 18 and 19, the
amount in full, $1,000.00, and ^ ..................
two year! With a bad Stomach now has $1,000,00 on deposit in P01" „.e working proucrly. Dr,
trouble, a friend gave me a dose the First National Bank *■ , King’s Bfew Wfe Pills regulate
- * * * ’ Stomach and „„„ nf .. -or the the acti0n of stomach, liver and
Keeplag Open Honae
Everybody is welcome
we feel good; and fcel that
way only wh^ our jige8tive or-
I Iwught a large amount of much
■ before the advance and am j tie
tl« iP ah- -
John'LOWE, Cooper,. Maine.
to «^1 cheat.
of Chamberlain’s SI
liver Tablets. They did me so
good that I bought a bof-
them and have'^twelve
next one of **
. *or the
uur members that
'Ll- - ~-
John . ...
ip all- Today I am well
! bed stomach treble.-Mrs.
1 thing to
R. H. Baird, gee.
', 'U. but you needn’t be imp help
! hurry about drawing it as it will th^e pilte. 25c at Coulson s
* keep for a lo— -------1 dwsr store. 1
times are re
T. J, Lewis,
living south of
town, a good farmer and stable
citizen, dropped in on us to help
our exchequa the other day, and
also added to his list of
An Excellent Tiniei T!
Writelor Following Booklets
A OIO rado Summer,
Summer Outing la
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Watson, S. R. The Coleman Voice. (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 27, No. 32, Ed. 1 Friday, February 14, 1908, newspaper, February 14, 1908; (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth725838/m1/4/?q=yaqui: accessed February 26, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.