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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

it ■ll Jefferson News OFFICIAL ORGAN FOR CITY OF JEFFERSON Jefferson, Texas ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY AOLUME 6, NUMBER 34 MARION COUNTY. BIG DRIVE IN THRIFT STAMPS The people of Jeffertjm and Marion county are becoming aroused and greatly interested in the thrift stamp campaign which is now on and which will be on for the remainder of this year. Mr. L. G. Braden is chairman of the County organization and Mrs. D. C. Wise is chairman of the womens work of the county This week Mrs. Wise plan- ned a two days drive. In this drive they sold over $700 worth of stamps. Stations were held by the la- dies at all the banks and at the postoffice. The following ladies were ac- tively engaged in the work of the drive, Miss Alice Emmert, Mesdames H. A. Spellings, A. McKay, I. L. Goldberg, Mc- Neely, Marion Glass, Jr., J. 0. Jackson and D. C. Wise. The ladies did well, did fine and best of all, the people are beginning to take notice, prac tically all the merchants are selling thrift stamps and more pe...

Publication Title: Jefferson News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

THK JKFFKRSON NEWS Vf/J- -V IK ■ Lincoln's Immortal it#" ^ v;|/ w Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth upon this continent a new Nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated 10 the proposition that all men are created equal. Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that Nation, or any nation so conceived and dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battlefield of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that Nation might endure. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this. ' • " But, in a larger sense, we cannot dedicate.—we cannot consecrate—we cannot hallow— this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it far ■ above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note nor long remember ' what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is rather for us, the living, to be here dedi...

Publication Title: Jefferson News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

iV / .y - — y i ' I THE JEFFERSON NEWS 1- *¥ I ' >| THE YUKON TRAIL An Alaskan Love Story By WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE Copyright, William Macleod Raine ON THE WAY TO KAMATLAH, ELLIOT WANDERS FROM THE TRAIL AND FEARS HE CANNOT ESCAPE DEATH Synopsis.—As a representative of tlie government Gordon Elliot is on his way to Alaska to Investigate coal claims. On the boat he meets and becomes Interested in a fellow passenger whom he learns is Sheba O'Neill, also "going in." Colby Macdonald, active head pf the land- grabbing syndicate under Investigation, comes aboard. Macdonald Is attacked by mine laborers whom he had discharged, and the active Intervention of Elliot probably saves his life. Elliot and Macdonald become in a measure friendly, though the latter does not know that Elliot Is on n mission which threatens to spoil plans of Macdonald to acquire millions of dollars through tlx; unlawful exploitation of Im- mensely valuable coal fields. Elliot also "gets a line" on the position occupi...

Publication Title: Jefferson News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

<s £ ■ * Jil Ladies Coats and Coat Suits We have received several shipments of new Spring Coats and Coat Suits. The bright Spring colors are very charming. Come in and look them over. Price of Coats jjg JQ to ^ JJQ Price of Su"a - $19.5010 $39.50 Silk Dresses A beautiful showing of new Spring Dresses $17.5010 $24.50 . Silk and Wool Skirts Block of Taffeta Skirts in variety trimmings, **•f,om $7,50t0 $12.50 Novelty Skirts and solid color woolens $4.95, $5.95,to $11.85 New Ginghams We are showing a most bautiful line of new Ging- hams, standard brands that you know well are here. Price" * 19cand 25c The way to save money is to invest it 'a Thrift Stamps and War Savings Certificates., Thrift Stamps cost you twenty five cents... Cou place them on a card we give you which will hold sixteen of these stamps or four dollars. When you havq this full, bring it to our store or any bank or authorized agency, and add a few more cents to it, Febuary 13 cents, and in return you get a War Saving...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

'Al A A AJAl AAM A A 2 GET THE SHERIFF'S SALE BEST $ \ifH Atifttjfitjfttjfttjfttifitjftfcjstjstjfttjftl i IT COSTS NO MORE I ? S 5 > i 5 5 5} } -A policy in my agency back- ^ j* ed not only by ample assets, ^ •jbut by good faith and com | ■i mercial honor, costs no ^ j more than one of inferior > (Uiliby * You may meet with ^ heavy loss tomorrow, ^ ^ so insure your proper- « 3 tc TODAY. •:• • 5 « f fl. L. Gold berg jj PHONE 216 # V, S OHLUTER & SINGLETON ATTORNEY AT-LAW Pr± ctiee In All The Courts Office MOSKLEY BUILDING W.'J AKMIsTEAD J. H. BENKFtFLD Armistead & Benefield ATTOKNEYS-at-LAW Practice in State and Federal Court DR. J. P. CHAMBERS Office over Segal's Grocery Residence phone 288 Office phone 287 Life Was a Misery Mrs. F. M. Jones, of Palmer, Okla., writes: " From the time I en- tered into womanhood ... I looked with dread from one month to the next. I suffered with my back and bearing-down pain, until life to me was a misery. I would think 1 could not endur...

Publication Title: Jefferson News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

> ,<p~ r THE JEFFERSON NEWS CARDUI A SPLENDID TONIC For Women, Says Hixson Lady, Who Took This Medicine On Her Doctor's Advice. Hixson, Tenn.—Mrs. J. B. Gudd, of tlila place, makes the following state- ment regarding lu>r experience with Cardul: "I was ... I suffered with ■ pain in my left side; could not sleep ■t night for thin puln—always in the left aide. My feet and legs were ter- ribly swollen. I was almost in bed. My doctor told me to line Cardul. I took one bottle, which helped me, and after my baby came I was stronger and better, but the pain was still there. I at first let It go, but I began to get weak and in a run-down condition, ho I decided to try some more Cardul, which I did. The last Cardul I took made me much better, and, In fact, cured me. It has been a number of years, still I have no return of this trouble. I feel It was Curdui that cured me, and I recommend it as a splendid female tonic." If you feel weak, tired, worn-out, or Buffer from any of the alim...

Publication Title: Jefferson News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

1 THE JEFFERSON NEWS ■/ Nervous Headachesl Four Bottles of Peruna Made Me Well Mr* Effle Hill, Blanchester, Ohio, writes as follows: cannot tell how much I suf- fered in the past twelvi years. I have been treated by physicians and no relief only for a short time. I was in suoh a condition from ner- vous headaches, such heavy feeling as if my brain was pressing down, and so nervous I eould not get my rest at night, WPuId have sinking spells and then so weak that I could not do my work. I began to take Peruna. Have taken four bottles of Peruna and have gained in strength and flesh, and can say I am a well I Cannot Thank You Enough For My Recovery woman. I cannot thank you enough for my recovery." Those who object to liquid medi* cines can secure Peruna tablets. WHAT CONSTIPATION NUNS It means a miserable condition of ill health that leads to all sorts of special ailments such as headache, backache, dyspepsia, dizziness, indigestion, pains of various kinds, piles and numerous othe'r di...

Publication Title: Jefferson News
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 7 February 1918

Up And At It Is the thing. Our soldiers are fighting in the trenches. Our ships are being sunk All must work or fight Bu^ savigs stamps, Talk savings 129 children of our school have bought and are buying evrery week, thrift stamps They have bought over $1000 worth and will continue to buy for moths to come You can buy a thrift Stamp for 25c A $5 Thrift Certificate costs $4.13 HELP YOUR COUNTRY ANd LEARN TO SAVE You Can Buy Your Stamps of any of these Firms GUARANTY STATE BANK, ROGERS NATIONAL BANK, COMMERCIAL NATIOAL BANK, F. H. FRANK & CO PERKINS BROS. CO., G. T. HAGGARD, J. F. DENTON & SON, W. H. ERAMBERT, JR. CO., W. J. SEDBERRY, J. E. VAUGHAN, JEFFERSON PHARMACY, C. C. PRUITT, H. D. WATSON, J. H. ROWELL & SON, W. S. KIRK- LIN, J. J. SEGAL CO., PALMER'S VARIETY STORE, F. MEISENHEIMER. Quranty State Bank; Rogers National Bank Commercial National Bank SMALL PROFITS Now that you have found out where I have moved to and many of you have given me some of your trade, I want...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

V \ . • I Jefferson News /i i I I 1 OFFICIAL ORGAN FOR CITY OF JEFFERSON Jefferson, Texas ISSUED EVERY THURSDAY * AOLUME 6, NUMBER 34 MARION COUNTY. February 14 J918. ONE DOLLA PER YEAR J udge Russel to Make War Speech Here MERCHANTS MEETING FRIDAY 10 A. M. MORE FOOD AND FEED Mr. L. G. Braden, Chairman of the County Thrift Stamp work for Marion County, has made arrangements for an ad- dress here next week by Judge Gorden Russell. The arrangements have been made for nxt Friay afternoon February 22, at 2 o'clock. If this date is not convenient for Juge Russell, it will* be changed but unless notified, be here on Friday afternoon. It is planned to closo the store for a short tinit and to get the school in a body to at- tend. Judge Russell is a master orator. He has few equals ks a real orator an J his war speeches are said to be master- ly efforts. Whil Judge Russell has been coming here for sometime in capacity as Judge of the Uni- ted States Court, the people of Jefferson as a whole ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

V THE JEFFERSON NEWS Bonded Prisoner Pcnrod and Sam'*Thrilling Exploits In the Neighborhood War Came By BOOTH TARKINGTON (Copyright, 1917, Wheeler Syndicate, Inc.) During the duyllght hours of several Autumn Saturdays there hu<l been se- vere outbreaks of cavalry In the Seho- field neighborhood. The sabers were of wood; the steeds were imaginary, and both were employed In a game called "bonded prls'ner" by Its In- ventors, Masters Penrod Schofield aud Samuel Williams. The pastime was not Intricate. When two enemies met, they fenced spectacularly until the person of one or the other was touched by the opposing weapon; then, when the ensuing claims of l'oul play had been disallowed and the subsequent argument settled, the combatant touched was considered to be a pris- oner until such time as he migljt be touched by the hilt of a sword belong- ing to one of his own party, which af- fected his release and restored to him the full enjoyment of hostile activity. Tending such rescue, ho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

•s I THE JEFFERSON NEWS \ir THE o Copyright, WllUum Mucleod Kulne. An Alaskan Love Story By William Macleod Raine HOLT RECOGNIZES ELLIOT, AND THE TWO OVERPOWER- ING THE KIDNAPERS, RETURN TO KAMATLAH, WHERE ELLIOT LEARNS TRUTH ABOUT COAL LAND DEALS Synopsis.—Am representative of the government Gordon Elliot is on his way to Alaska to investigate coal claims. On the boat he meets and becomes Interested in a fellow passenger whom he learns Is Sheba O'Neill, also "going In." Colby Macdonald, active head of the land- grabbing syndicate under Investigation, comes aboard. Macdonald is attacked by mine laborers whom he has discharged, and the activ" intervention of Elliot probably saves his life. Elliot and Macdonald become in a measure friendly, though the latter does not know that Elliot is on a mission which threatens to spoil plans of Macdonald to acquire millions of dollars through the unlawful exploitation of im- mensely valuable coal fields. Elliot also "gets a line" on the position ...

Publication Title: Jefferson News
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

> I fi ■ We sell W. S. S. and Thrift Stamps. Not for profit, but to help the our country, Buy them for profit and for patriotism. SILK DRESSES—BEAUTIFUL AND POPULAR PRICED A shipment of the very prettiest silk dresses we have ever shown has just been received. You will no doubt, be surprised to find them just as good values as shown tedby us heretofore. The new spring shades are well rep- resented and models are of the very latest, priced at $17.50, $19.50, $22.50, *"d $24.50 WE WOULD LIKE TO SHOW YOU THESE "COURIERS OF SPRING" Choice coat suits, each an individual mode, are here an- nouncing the early coming of the time to don spring time clothing. Take the time today to see these lovely suits and if you are at all interested the charm of them coupled with their sure enough GOOD VALUE will make a decision easy. We are showing them from $11.50t0 $44.50 SILKS—FOR EARLY SPRING We are selling agre at many skirts out of the recent ship- ment. All the novelty materials are shown and i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

V">-Iwv-- v </ ■; GET THE IBESTi i ;A aaaaaamaaaaa .«t|| x IT COSTS NO MORE ! i* ? & J ^ > 3 r 5 | A polic/iu aiy agency back- ^ 9 $? ■p <>d not only by ample assets, ^ |but by good faith and com ^ ■j mercial honor, cosis no | more than one of inferior {I |qu.ility -:- • •:• -: $ •* £ i t « 3* * i < You may meet with heavy loss tomorrow, 50 insure your proper- to TODAY. •:■ •:• W. S. Terijy, Sheriff County Texas. Marion I i t i ( « 5 «. . 3 fl. L. Goldberg* <s 6 « PHONE 216 £ Mwwrwfwiawwfvitjaww SOHLUTER & SINULETOJv ATTORNEY AT-1.AW P m etice In All The Court Office MOSKLEY BUILDING W.T AltMISTKAI) J. H. HENI Fl^LD Armistead & Benefisld ATTORN BYS-at-LAW Practice in State and Federal Court DR. J. P. CHAMBERS Office over Segal's Grocery Residence phone 288 Office phone 287 C. A. Stutz Insurance Agent I represent the strongest Home and Foreign Companies which have been Time Tested and Fire Tried. I represent the folowing lines of insurance: Fire, Life...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

A 1 THS! TPPPVnSW KEW« kt i-l I YOU COOK YOUR FOOD-WHY NOT YOUR TOBACCO? YOU know what broiling does to steak, baking to a potato—and toasting to bread. In each case flavor is brought out by cooking—by "toasting." So you can imagine how toasting improves the flavor of the Burley tobacco used in the Lucky Strike Cigarette. IT'S TOASTED © /7 Guaranteed by (A) Absent-Minded Beggar. "Whnt'H wrong with tin* lio.ss?" "You know lit- hitN been in the hnhlt | lately of koIiik to a iiutiilcttre parlor. j Voii hold your hnnil In little howl of j wnler, I believe." "I know." "Well, the minute the new sten- I OKl'Dplier Henteil herself nt bis desk, he dl|i|)ed his hand Into the Ink well." —KIiumuk <!ily .lournal. IMMEDIATE ATTENTION Nhotlld lie (tiven to Nprulns, rtwi'lllnfffl, bruise,s, rheunuitlsni and neurnliKlu. Keep Munslleld'H Mncic Arnica Lini- ment handy on the shelf. Three sizes —25c, .r>0c and $1.00.—Adv. The lawyer's version: "l«e* * vt as attorney for the tuition, i cure not wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

t 5* • - -* ^ \ , THE JEFFERSON NEWS Based On Cost Per Tablet _ It Saves 9V2C. CASCARA QUININE No advance in pricc for thla 10-year, old remedy - 2 Jc for 34 tableta-Somc cold tableta now 30c for 21 tableta— Figured on proportionate coat per tablet, you1 aave SKc when you buy HiU'i—Curea Cold in 24 hour*—grip in 3 dayi Money back if it fails. 24 Tablata for 25c. At any Drug Star. SEED CORN Tested by Federal Government—write for illustrated price list. Also thoroughbred R. I. Reds and White Leghorn EGGS FOR HATCHING We sold 815 breeders and 25,458 eggs in 1917. Write for certified facts. SOUTHERN POULTRY FARM, Aivin.Tea, Dr. May's Treatment conquers worst cases of Epilepsy, Spasms, Convulsions, Nervous Disor- ders. Generous $2.00 bottle sent free. State Ac* DR. W. H. MAY, 558 PEARL ST., N. Y. BousandGirls^ clearMKiiw? withCuticura, Soap and Ointment i?5'each Lverijwhero DATEIITO Watson K. Colemnn, | 11 I r MM I A Patent Lawyer, Washington, ■ ™ ■ "*■ ■ w D.C. Atlrleo and bookalree. Ha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Jefferson News — 14 February 1918

\ 1 V i r". f . X I Get The Habit J j Buy THRIFT Stamps, Buy Right Now When you go ambling* down the street and see something that you are tempted to spenddl a quarter, why just go right on into the store and say "Give me a Thrift tamp Do this every few days and you will be a richer, and harppier person DON'T BE A SLACKER You can buy a thrift Stamp for 25c A $5 Thrift Certificate costs $4.13 HELP YOUR COUNTRY ANd LEARN TO SAVE You Can Buy Your,Stamps of any of these Firms BANK GUARANTY STATE BAN„ PERKINS BROS. CO C TVM R0GERS NATIONAL BANK, COMMERCIAL NATIOAL BANK, F. H. FRANK & CO J. E. VAUGHAN JEFFEP' HAGGARD, J. F. DENTON. & SON, W. H. ERAMBERT, JR. CO., W. J. SEDBERRY, LIN, J. J. SEGAL CO lls0N PHARMACY, C. C. PRUITT, H. D. WATSON, J. H. ROWELL & SON, W. S. KIRK- f, PALMER'S VARIETY STORE, F. MEISENHEIMER. Guranty State Bank; -/W -I'ot* , /i r' \v; Rogers National Bank Commercial National Bank > i r" * /.j „ ,-f. ... tf iimiTThfo (lie Ink well." I - -JiiUijiUij Ci...

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