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FAccordingto the latest figures
Kjncle Sams farm hand pay roll
represents 645612000
Htd dyspepsia or indigestion fj r
No appetite and what I fid eat
distressed me terdble Bnrdock Blood
Bitters cured me J H Walker
Banbury Ohio
bit the London central meat
market in 1910 nearly half a mill
lion tons of meat were delivered
Children Cry
FOR FLETCHERS
C ASTOR IA
In some parts of Australia the
telephone is regarded as an
amusement rather than a necess
ity
Without opjatea or harmful drugs of
gany kind Foleys Honey and Tar Com
fpound ptops coughs and cures colds
Wo pot accept any substitute Allen
fJTrquhart
Mrs D A Wood was granted
fher divorce this week on the plea
bi adultry and abandonment
IShe was given her maiden name
Lost Dog
A small black and white Scotch
fterrier bobtail collor on Find
fer will return to H A Spelligns
Born
Born November 26th 1911 to
fMe and Mrs W LNeidermeier
bat Idabel Okla a son Frank
Lee
it
u Try it Try
P Try Dr Bells Antiseptic Salve for all
oskm troubles It is as pleasant as sweet
Scream and guaranteed to give satisfac
tion in worst caseB 25c a box
Presbyterian Church
Eegular services will be held
in the Presbyterian church Sun
day December 3rd at 11 a m
No services at night
Fole > Kidney Pills
Tonic in action quick in results Will
bladder disorder
care any case of kidney or
order not beyond the reach of medicine
No need to say more Alien Urquhart
J S Lewis Jr will preach
at Hartzo Saturday night before
2ud Sunday and Sunday night
in December same being 9tn
and 10th of December
Bek For Sale
I have for sale four hives
A TRIP TO EGYPT
AND THE
HOLY LAND
BY THE
Malut Trio in Native
Natfvesof Damascus
AT THE
B1GB SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
December 2730 p m
Adults 25 cents
School Children 15 cents
BOARD OF EDUCATION
Jefferson Public School
jgm
of
Italian bees Gentle and good
workers Will sell cheap
W B Prestoh
Presbyterian Manse
IvThTmTsT
The Home Mission Society
will meet with Mrs Ligon Dec
4th Every member is urged to
there
be there at 3 oclock as tt
will be an election of officers
Costumes
Palestine
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LEAD
Onr stock is full and conmlpff in t
nd aU demands for the trad 6Very Lne for any
L PRICES ALWAYS AT
THE BOTTOM
rATOQ
11UM
GRADES
r ALWAYS AT THE TOP
ify Some of the things we carry
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Dry Goods Hats Shoes
Harness Crockery and Stoneware
f r ALSO
HnS ° atS Ch0P S Bran > Hay Cotton Seed Meal and
I Our line of Fruits Candy and Nuts cannot be surpassed
We handle the Selz Shoe and American Beauty Flour
Try a Sack of American Beauty Flour for Xmas Our
guarantee goes behind everything we sell
No one keeps fresher
a cleaner uptodata stock than
we do
doWill
Will find there ready to serve Lev
you Perry Everest
J Cjverest
Lewis aud the Firm
We extend to you a hearty welcome and earnestly so
licit your trade
olite l enC QuTc iaie i Strickly business fethe
style of the house
Retail or Wholesaled PHONE 63
H ROWELL SON
COTTON REGEIPTS
Jefferson has received 3500 bales
hi cotton to date and weighed by
Public Weigher L C Pruitt
Prices today 875 900
5 or 6 doses 666 will cure any
Price 25c o3u
Jesse of Chills and Fever
Honor Roll of Grange Hall School
Month ending November 24
1911 Average between 90 and
100 per cent
7th grade
Aulee Brooks Allen Sharp Gor
don Brooks
Brooks3rd
3rd grade
Eunice Sharp
6th grade
Clarence Fason George Kindred
1st grade
Melvin Hileman Ashley Bolding
Wesley Brooks
Genevieve Francisco
Teacher
Delegate to River and Harbor
Congress
Hon B F Sherrell has been
appointed by Gov O B Colquitt
as a delegate to the River and
Harbor Congress which meets
in Washington on December 6
and 8 Jefferson will be ably
represented by Mr Sherrell as
he fully understands how to pre
sent the needs of Cypress Bayou
and Caddo Lake to restore navi
gation and commerce to this sec
tion of the State
Notice
I earnestly request all who
gave me orders for goods to be
ready to receive and pay for
same Devlivery some day next
week I make this request on
account of going to conference
on the 12th inst
J Woodson
The old out houses in the
rear of the Hussey Whelan
building have all been removed
and work on the foundation for
the new addition was started
Thursday afternoon The main
building and addition when com
pleted will contain nearly nine
thousand square feet of floor
surface
The auomobile plow has arriv
ed You sit on a cushion with a
steering gear in your hands and
down underneath the machine
the blades of a plow are fixed
By this device 12 acers of land
can be plowed in a day and life
is made easy for the farmer
Thanksgiving was observed al
most as a heneral holiday Thurs
day by the stores nearly all clos
ing and the clerks and proprie
tors taking the half day off in
pleasure The postofice banks
anP rural route carriers all took
holiday
Dont be slow with your copy
and thus be left out of the spe
cial edition for you may regret
such tardy action later when the
paper goes forth clothed in the
evidences of a superior town
and section it represents
Lost Glasses
Lost on Thursday a pair of
gold glasses in case between
H A Spellings and T J Rogers
residence Finder return to
Mrs H A Spellings
The first depositor in the pos
tal savings bank which opened
for business Nov 24th was lit
tie Miss Mate Kelly Singleton
Postmaster Singleton states that
a number have already become
savnigs de depositors
For printing the Jimp
office is the place to
have it done
Kev C T Cummings the new
Methodist pastor comes here
from Grand Saline where he
was stationed for four years
Mr Cummings will reach here
today and will hold services
Sunday
Go out to see the illustrated
views at the school house Satur
day night
PERSONAL MENTION
C C Thomas was in Marshall
Sunday
E A Alday of Atlanta was
here this week
Miss Annie Grimes visited in
Marshall Sunday
Mrs G C Russell of Lewis
ville Ark is here guest of her
parents Mr and Mrs G W
Brown
Miss Eloise Formsby of At
lanta who is here the guest of
Mrs G Frank was a visitor in
Marshall Sunday
Hon Howard ONeal of At
lanta was here this week Mr
ONeal is a candidate for the po
sition of District Judge of this
district
Mr and Mrs M H Wurts
baugh and little daughter Sarah
Gray of Shreveport spent
Thanksgiving with parents in
the city
Mrs R S Terry and Mrs J
C Kistenmacher returned home
Saturday from El Paso where
they spentsome two months with
Mrs D M Smith and family
MissTJva Ware of Baldwin
was in the city Thursday and
left on No 5 for Pridej Texas
where she goes to take charge
of a school which she has ac
cepted at that place
James Harris merchant at
Linden and H Max who has a
contract for building in Linden
came down Monday on the J
N W and spent a few hours in
the city returning on the after
noon train
Miss Mimmie Eberstadt has
gone to Sulphur Springs to at
tend the big Elk ball Green
ville Pittsburg and Gilmer will
be represented While there
she will be the guest of Mr and
Mrs M Yesner
Miss Alice Emmert County
Superintendent fwent to Hous
ton Wednesday afternoon to at
tend the meeting of the South
ern Educational Association
which meets in that city from
December 1st ot 2nd
Mr Will4 Stallcup of Smith
land came up Thursday to bring
Miss Ira Lathrop who is teach
ing the school at Potters Sta
tion home for a few days Miss
Ira has been suffering with a
case of grippe but is much bet
ter now
Rev H J Hayes who was
pastor of the Methodist church
for the past three years has
been sent by conference to
Wharton where he leaves today
with his things Mr Hayes has
made many warm friends while
here and all regret to lose him
and family
The Texas Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal church So
which met in Marlin has con
cluded the business They will
meet next year in Marshall Ap
pointments for Marshall district
are given below
Marshall District F M Boyles
presiding elder Beckville H G
Williams Betties JW Cummins
Church Hill J L Russell Elysian
Fields W H Weatherby Gilmer
C F Smith Hallyille MI Brown
Harleton J M Smith Harrison
JF Kidd Henderson station C
A Tower Henderson circuit J
Loyd Weatherby supply Jeffer
son C T Cummings Kellyville
L H Mathison Killgore I F
Pace Longview Kelly Memorial
H C Willis Marshall First Ch
L B Elrod North Marshall W
W Gollihugh Rosewood C MDa
vis supply
Notice W 0 W
The regular meeting of Cy
press Camp No 665 W O W
will be held Tuesday Dec 5 at
730 There will be an election
of officers for the ensuing year
All members are urged to be
present
P G Henderson C C
J T King Clerk
Eczema
la considered hard to cure Try Dr
Bells Antiseptic Salve and you will
change you mind You will see an im
provement from the first application
Ad > crtisemcnt
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CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS
Was elected to the senate in
1908 Was expelled from the
senate for charging graft on
the part of the legislature
In twenty days he was re
elected by his people by the
largest majority ever given
any senator in Texas carry
ing every county in the dis
trict and every box but four
In 1910 he was elected Lieut
Governor but counted out
because of his threat to drive
out the lobbyists and grafters
from the State capitol In Ms
race for this office he carried
every county in this congres
sional district receiving 7056
more votes than the next man
to him In his last two races
for office he did not lose a vot
ing box in his own county
Your Money Back for the Asking
Yon Promise Nothing
We are so confident that we
can furnish relief for indigestion
and dyspepsia that we promise
to supply the medicine free of
cost to every one who uses it ac
cording to directions who is not
perfectly satisfied with the re
sults We exact no promises and
put no one under any obligation
whatever Nothing could be fair
er We are located right here
where you live and our reputa
tion should be sufficient assur
ance of the genuineness of our
offer We want everyone who is trou
bled with indigestion or dyspep
sia in any form to come to our
store and buy a box of Rexall
Dyspepsia Tablets Take them
home and give them a rea
sonabletrial according to direc
tions If they dont please you
tell us and we will quickly return
your moneys They have a mild
but positive action upon the or
gans with which theycomein
contact apparently acting1 as a
regulative tonic upon the related
musculacoat of the bowels thus
overcoming weakness and aiding
to restore the bowels to more
vigorous and healthy activity
Three sizes 25c 50c and 100
Remember you can obtain Rex
all Remedies only at our store
theRexall store at W J Sedber
rys
Blackjack
Nov 29 The weather is pretty
cold at this writing
Mr Slater is on the sick list
The men have been working on
the road for the past few days
Mrs Jennie George returned to
Waskom Sunday
Mr and Mrs Forbes called on
Mr Slaters Sunday
Mr and Mrs Johnson were call
ers at Mr Slaters Sunday
Mrs Wade called on her daugh
ter Mrs Reel Sunday
Mr Wm Home and mother will
move down here Friday
Misses Mary and Hattie Forbes
called on Mrs Ponder Sunday eve
There will be speaking at the
school house tomorrow by the
children
A Coirespondent
Lest We Forget
To prepare for next years
reading in time The Jimplecute
desires to say that all who want
to keep with passing events at
home should subscribe NOW
While you are about it why
not take advantage of our club
offer and get The Dallas Semi
Weekly Farm News also for a
year Both papers for the small
sum of 165 giving you three
papers a week and supplying
the whole family with good
wholesome uptodate reading
matter
If you forget this offer both
yourself and the publisher are
losers but you are the greater
loser
Dont lose out but subscribe
NOW tf
The Agricultural Train
In this issue notice is given of
this train which will be in Jeff
erson Thursday December 14
They will be here at night and
will give a free lecture at 730
either at the Opera House or
Conrt House This lecture will
be illustrated by stereopticon
views This Agricultural Special
Train is operated by the M K
T Ry Co of Texas under
the supervision of the Agricul
tural Mechanical College of
Texas the Board of Agriculture
of Texas and the State Highway
Commission Every one inter
ested in these lines should be
here to meet the train and at
tend the lecture
Take Notice
Take notice to this piece We
the undersigned want a first
class cook at J H Jones hotel
Jefferson Tex Please see us at
once for we must have one by the
1st of December
Say come one come all take
a repast with us We can care
for you nicely Come and see for
yourself J H Jones
Episcopal Bazaar
The ladies of the Episcopal
Guild will give their annual Ba
zaar Tuesday Dec 5th at same
place that the Methodist ladies
held their Bazaar this week
Contributions for Bazaar will be
accepted In connection they
will serve chille coffee lunch
etc Let every one eat with them
that day
Have your copy ready for the
Special Christmas edition next
Monday when we call for it or
bring it in yourself We wish
all to take space and thus help
to make this edition a great ben
efit individuall and collectively
December came in clear and ice
in the morning but it began to
moderate by noon
Put a Red Cross Christmas stamp
on all the letters you send out this
month
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OBRHEUMATISM KIPNCY5 AMd bLAPO <
The cold wave this week Was
fine for hop killing
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ALLEN URQUHART
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SCHOOL SUPPLIES FINE STATIONERY
ELLIS WATER FILTERS BAWKES GLASS
ES RUBBER GOODS DYES AND TUBE
PAINTS CHICKEN AND STOCK REMEDIES
Posted
Any and all parties are hereby
notified under penalty of the law
not to hunt or otherwise trespass
on our land
R A Loomis
R W Loomis
W C T TJ
The W GT TJ will meet with
Mrs H A Benefield Thursday
7 at 300 oclock
Business Meeting
Mrs SW Moseley
Recording Secretary
Judge P A Turner has an
nounces as a candidate for Dis
trict Judge to succeed himself
Judge Turner has made an able
and conscientious judge all
through his administration
Not Good
for everything Sutherlands Eagle Eye
Salve is good for nothing but the eyes
If you use it and are not satisfied come
back and get jour 25c You be the
udge
t iwwttida i > CiJwCS < G WfaHilWiH
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BEST OF EVERYTHING
Obituary
In memory of Jasper N Jack
son born in Barber county Ala
February 9th 1849 moved to
Brandon Mississippi while yet
a small boy where he lived and
ws educated in the schools un
tiFafter the war was too young
to go into the army In 1872 he
moved to Jefferson Texas where
he spent the rest of his life
At the age of 26 he married Miss
Alice the daughter of Judge B
W Gray of Jefferson who still
survives him He leaves also one
daughter Mrs W A Richard
son who resides with her hus
band and two sons at Mineral
Wells Texas and a brother J
O Jackson two sisters and other
relatives at Jefferson He died
in Jefferson Nov 10th 1911 The
funeral we held the day after his
death November 12th at 1030 a
m attended by a large concourse
of relatives and friends at Oak
wood cemetery The Rev D
Griffin Gunn D D the Rector
of Christ Church Episcopal Jef
ferson read the services assist
ed by the Presbyterian choir
and also preached his funeral
sermon He made little preten
tions to religion until the last few
months of his sickness when he
told his life long friend and ad
visor Rev Dr Gunn that he
prayed constantly and he hoped
that God would save him it was
all that he could do Dr Gunn
gave him his own prayer book
and he said it was the most won
derful book he ever read When
he was too sick to read it he would
have his wife to read it to him
He was a member of the Old
School Presbyterian church and
died in that faith We feel sure
that He who never despised the
sghing of a contrite heart nor
the desire of such as are sorrow
ful heard his prayers He was
peculiar in his way but those
who knew him best loved him
mostGrant
Grant him O Lord eternal
rest and let perpetual Light
shine upon him D G G
Christmas Cheer and Charity
SANTA CLADS PROCLAMATION
During the month of December
1911 every piece of mail must
carry a
RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEAL
on the back of the envelope Ev
ery bill statement receipt and
check must carry a seal on its face
RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEALS
can be purchased for one cent each
from every live progressive chari
tably inclined retail merchant in
Texas The money received from
the sale of seals will be used to es
tablish a hospitalhome for children
crippled by tuberculosis of the
bones and for other AntiTubercu
losis work Help us in the fight
against the Great White Plague
CHRISTMAS SEAL CAMPAIGN
COMMITTEE
State Capitol BIdg Austin Texas
Texas AntiTuberculosis Assn
State Agents Mail Orders Ac
companied by Gheck or Money Or
der Promptly Pilled
Eighteen Above Zero
The week has been the coldest
of the winter A light rain Mon
day mornihg was rollowed by a
high north gale that raged all
that night and brought almost
zero weather Thursday it was
eighteen above zero the coldest
for the winter with plenty of
ice The wind veered to the
south by Friday and it is hoped
that milder weather will follow
Germ Moth Vermin
and Waterproof
fS Thats what my mattresses are Theyre thor
1 oughly sterilized The shape is bttilt into them
to stay in And theyre the most comfortable
and luxuriant sleepmakers you ever applied to
your tired body No shoddy diseasebreeding
mill waste in
Burnett Mattresses
as in ordinary mattresses
Just fresh new clean unused sterile material
Every process of making high grade and permanent
See them at your dealers Priced from 250 to 20
An examination tells the story of their superiority Just look them over
Send for Frte Book
tt tells all about the war I make my
mattresses and aU about the way ordi
nary mattresses are put tOEethcr shows
the advantage of my method for you from
erery standpoint Write for it > Ft 17 T
TIMELY WARNING
TO CALOMEL USERS
Calomel is a Form o Mercury and i
It Stays in the Human System
Its Effect is Terrible Ask
Your Doctor
Any physician will tell you that
mercury if it remains in the
body will soften and rot the
bones a disease doctors call ne
crosis of the bones Calomel is
a form of mercury and to keep
clear of danger its a safe plan to
take no calomel at all especially
as there is a better remeby
Both children and grown
people will find a perfect sub
stitute for calomel in Dodsons
Liver Tone a pleasant vegetable
tonic that induces the liver to act
and which never has any bad
afteraffects In fact Dodsons
Liver Tone will do every thing
that calomel does without any of
the dangers of calomel A large
bottle costs only fifty cents and
the Rexall Drug Store will re
fund your money if you are not
satisfied
The following subscribers have
thanks for payments on subscrip
tions recently
W F Schellinger Mrs W T Wil
liams L A Perry I P Witt John
Neal Mrs E Sterne S W Shep
pard Mrs J F Christian Jno W
Moseley S L Moseley G W Weav
er C J Justice Gus Loomis Genio
Rains J D Shackelford I G Gil
ham Seth ThompsonL C Holland
R A Loomis Felix A Jones J T
Webster and for P T Webster A
Miller Todd Nick Carter L D
Blanchard W F Jackson Mrs O
B Park C H TurnerMiss Iva Ware
M H Wurtsbaugh W B Stallcup
FDR
When selling the State adopted
School Books to make no devia
tion in price and to give the
EXACT CHANGE
at the same time permit me to
say that the patronage of white
and black Is solicited In other
words the undersigned will not
sell an arithmetic for
TwentyFiYe Cents When the Published
Price is TwentyEight Cents
Come one and as many as choose
purchase your adopted school
books or any other kind from a
man who does not wish to run
anybody out of the business
R W VINSON
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W F JONES
President
L G BRADEN
VicePres
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Look Out For Mule
One coal black mare mule
weighing about 900 pounds not
fresh sheared short tail in good
condition Left my place at
Hosston La Nov 13th 1911 go
ing west towards Jefferson Tex
A liberal reward to any person
taking up said mule and notify
me
R L McKinney
Hosston La
Granulated Eye Lids
are easily cared Caustic is not neces
sary Sutherlands Eagle Eye Salve is
Painless and harmless and guaranteed
to care Has never failed on a case
costs 25c
Meat Market
We have opened up a NEW
MARKET and will keep
Fresh Meats
AT ALL TIMES
BEEF POLK SAUSAGE
AND BARBECUE MEAT
We desire a Bhare of your patronage
and would appreciate an order for any
thing in the Meat Line Only the best
stuff handled
Will deliver Meat to place in the city
CARR S COLEMAN
Austin Street
JEFFERSON TEXAS
Are you Hunger
YES
Comes on let us so down to
LITJAKES PLACE
where everybody is invited
There is door for whites and a
door for colored Now there is
plenty of room See Snowball
Jake OYSTERS and FISH at
all times MEALS 25c Short
Orders if expected
JAKE WILLIAMS Prop
J L MOSELEY
DENTIST
JEFFERS0X TEXAS
Office up stairs Booms 1 2 3 and 1
Moseley New Building
Firstclass work reasonable price
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LANDS AND JEFFERSON CITY LOTS FURNISHED
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