The Coleman Voice. (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909 Page: 2 of 8
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THE COLEMAN VOICE, SEPT. 10. 1900
J. P. Dodson Lumber Co.
COLEMAN, : : ; :
Four locks South of Court House
£bc Coleman Dolce
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
McDANIEL BROS.. : : ; : Proprietor.
E A. McOANIEL, EJitw * C. C. McDANIEL P.Mi*k«r (
cash in aDvancs
One Year .................................$1.00
Six Months ...........................50
Entered as second class matter June
2S, 1909. at the post office at Cole-
man, Texas, under the Act
of March 3, 1879.
OFFICE ON COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Friday, Sept. 10, 1909
t-ion, ^ ' i
Aug. 18, 1909.
Mr. ,J. B. Dibrell, Jr., Pres.
Yopr favor of August 9th to
hand in due time and 1 wish to
which this road would pass is au
important item in the future grov
th of this city, as we have always
ijeen rather remote from the fuel
supplies for manufacturing pur-
poses. This city would be bene-
fited nearly as' much as Coleman
by the opening up of a fine coal
field in your district, by means
Of such a line as referred to.
Ft. Worth has banished Hell's
half acre from that city. About
as much accomplished as there
would be by taking the rattles of
a rattle snake and turning him
GOOD LAND DARGAIN
I have for sale at a bargain 2001-2 acres of land situated
at Gouldbusk. It is half around the townsite. Plenty of
water, well improved. For particulars, call and see or write
B. A. SMITH, ? Gouldbusk, Texas
H. B. WILSON
The Fleecy Staple Rolling In.
GRAIN. HAY, HIDES, Etc
Wednesday of this week there
were eight new. bales of eotton
say that not only was 1 very]received in Coleman and that
much interested in what you had number lias been increased ever
Handles the Best Feed
All The Time j
to say about your county in re-
gard to coal and oil prospects
and other matters relafing to its
development but that a number
of the officials of our business or-
ganization were equally well
pleased with your statement.
since. The old time sights of cot-
ton wagons standing on the street
are here again. Business has
taken an upward turn and things
are moving along in fall of the
Coleman has not as large a
OF YOUR TRADE WILL BE
J-. E. McCord, President
C. F. Dumas, Cashier
to the railroad ex-j crop this year as she enjo\i|f j
Jaekson) tefltion between Cleburne and1 last but the goou piht paid to j
1 In 'regard
Fire destroyed the Jackson)te.----- ...
Hotel at Brownwood Wednesday j your city will say fhat .it is pro- j fthe staple in some manner makes
The Coleman National Bank
ORGANIZED JANUARY. 1892
morning. The loss was estimated
at $20,000 with a partial covery
by insurance. i
Capital.......... . . . $60,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits,. . •. . . $90.000.00
The discoverers of the North |
Pole report very little enterprise
there. However, there is a well-
established ice factory tlieye and
from reports it has an enormous
capacity. There is also a snow
mill which turns Out enough for
present needs. Farming is not
successful there, labor being scar-
ce, and the season too hard, it
scarcely, ever rains. The popula-
tion gf the community is of the
drifting class." No hotel accom-
odations at all. There is seldom
a visitor to the place, there hav-
ing a half dozen or so in the last
billion years. Very little compe-
tition is experienced in that coun-
try-even tie; South holds a mon-
oply on direction. The imports
of the cotBHJry are principally
America!* ffcpgg; the exports are
L. E. Collins, President
J. H. Babington, Cashier
J. P. Morris, Vice-President
R. H. Alexander, Ass’t Cashier
The First National Bank
J. E. Mcord,
D. A. Paddleford,
cool breezed!" ice and snow. There
is no newspaepr there, hot air.
consequently being a scarce artic-
le, never being Used until a tele-
graph station is reached. They
did not get the Normal there but
we suppose they would have if
■$102,000.00 and a forty acre site
had been offered.
SANTA FE MAY BUILD AN-
OTHER CUT OFF FROM
Cleburne Business Men Interest-
ed in Proposition of Railroad
Connections with Coleman,
A Bank Fails
nearly always from one cause, and
only one—its officials borrowing
money from it for their own use.
Not an official of this bafnk has a
doBat*borrowed from it We let
you draw your own conclusions as
to whether or not we are safe.
F. W. Taylor, C. F. Dumas, J. H. Tucker
W. R. Mciellan, Mrs. A. L. Henderson-
a*e*oaooj *4 6«o*aa*o»e **»*<■ •««««««« e**o«*o»»**»o****
COAL! OOtLl COAL!
Carbonette and Screen
time? a good supply of
creeti MgSlTsfeF Coal.
Phone us your order now.
IEL BAKER COLLEGE,
CAPITAL PAID UP, $100,000.
SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $90,000
■■-0 '___yi . at -—Li-—i__—i
J. P. Morris,
Wm. Anson, Dr, C. M. Alexader,
C. J. Dibrell, J. H. Babington.
L. E. Collins
to B. A., B. S., B.
The Presbyttfiaft Co-EdoCatihnai college Of Texas
Equal opportunities for girls and boys.
Lit. degrees equal to those of any College . „ _ .. . . . . .. .
in all Departments.- ■’ ...... '1'A -
Special Departments: Piano, Voice Culture, Violin, Guitar, Mandolin, Or-
atory, Expression, Art. WILLIAM H. SHERWOOD, CHICAGO, Visiting Di-
rector erf MusiO and Teacher of Interpretation. * ^
The Giide pormitory Is the home of the President and his wife. To this
ie parents ate invited to send ihetr daugnti
of the President and
ers. New modern brick and stone
home pareh ^
dormitory in process of erection. „
Climate unexcelled in Texas- Altitude ideal. Malana practically unknown
College buildiugs dn highest point in center of city. Can you afford tosend your
son or daughter to a lower altitude when all other considerations 1
The Cob-span tbnjinereial Club
posed in behalf of the Santa Fe,
to work up a sentiment through
the\ country between our towns.
jiLsl as was done with the Cole-
inan-Texicft eut-off. J am in a
j posit ion to know that the suc-
cessful promotion of such a line,
or rather the proposal to do so.
__lighter to a lower altitude wnen au otner considerations are equal.
SESSION OPEN’S SEPT. 23, ’09. For catalog and f*U information writp
8-10w-ef T. J. JUNKIN, Presiden, Brownwood, Texas.
up for the shortage in number.
Coleman County, however, is in
mighty good shape when compar-
ed with much of Texas.
The farmers tell us that pick-
ing is cheap this year aii^ ttmt.
To the Meat Eaters of Coleman Co.
AND COLEMAN CITY
lias been in correspondence with is pleasing to certain high Santa
In siness men in Cleburne in ref* Fe railway officials. Cleburne
Vrenec to a cut-off road between and Coleman would be naturally
the two towns. ( lehurne sees division points for such a line
much in our coal fields and is an- and therefore would lie benefited
xions to get connection with them directly as well as indirectly by
We copy a couple of letters, that its construction,
have bwen received from Cleburne What you have to say in re- j
showing that town's interest and gard to proven coal, fields in the I
the possibility of such a eounee- sectiop of your county through!
they will make almost twice as
much out of a bale of cotton this
year as they did last.
(Tims A MYRIAD
j. Or STARS
We Now Have On Display
1CMPLEIHIE SF EM FILL IIIIS
Including a line of the famous
We will be delighted to show you through. Call and see them
BASSETT <fc DENNING
lr** F«MM D«»
W.,k.. Jl .1.
Fanin •p*'*, q
uf Cmo •»
ANCHOR FENCE COMPANY
The secret of success in the meat business is to hold your
patronage. HEMPHILL has solved the problem (it is easy
-GIVE SATISFACTION, that’s all.).
PHONE No. 23
YOURS TO DELIVER THE GOODS
A meeting of the Farmers Un-j
on of Coleman county is hereby]
called to be held at the court '
house in Coleman on Saturday,
18th oL' Sept. All delegates are
requested to be present.
W. A. 8. COBB,
C. A. Maroney
W. J. Koady of Seymour, Tex-
as, is here with his sister, Mrs.
W. E. Bostwick, whose condit-
tion is much worse as we go to
Ireport.on patentability. ALL RUSINKtft I
| STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL. 1‘aUmt practlOO I
I exclusively. Surpassing references.
“ ‘ wake----- •'L*“
WUieawake inventors should have our hand-1
| book onllow to obtain and Sell patents. What In-1
I book onllow to obtain and Sell patents,What In-1
|D. SWIFT & CO.
1501 Seventh St., Washington, D. C.J
Coleman Steam Laundry up-
town office at Culp & Garretts.
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McDaniel, E. A. The Coleman Voice. (Coleman, Tex.), Vol. 1, No. 22, Ed. 1 Friday, September 10, 1909, newspaper, September 10, 1909; Coleman, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth747089/m1/2/?q=stolen%20land: accessed October 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Coleman Public Library.