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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 6 October 1906

You are cordially invited to attend our showing of This display will far surpass that of any pre vious season and is one of greater interest Styles have never been so varied and attractive as for this season and this occasion willpernrit an opportunity for you to see all thats new such as the Barbara Fritchie Golf Automoble the Fritzi Scheff Sailor and Vesta Tilly Sailor 1 Come with the rest of the crowd WEDNESDAY OCT 10th SEGAL 8q SEA uiiiMmwjp ANNOUNCEMENTS IVi DEMOCEATIC TICKET Following are the nominees of the Democratic Primary held July 28th For Congress 1st Congressional Dist MORRIS SHEPPARD For State Senator of the 1st Senatoral District J M TERRELL For Floater 8th Representative Dist L P WILSON For District Attorney of the 5th Judicial DistrictHORACE HORACE W VATJGHAN CITIZENS PBIMARY TICKET Following are the nominees of the White Citizens Primary Election held May 3 or District Clerk GEO F MOSELEY For County Judge R A LOOMS For Connty Attorney M W KEAVIS For County Clerk W...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 6 October 1906

K i Ik 5r ff m si 4t 1 ALL OVER TEXAS Ths deaf urates or Fort Worth want a cacrch and are planning to raise funds among the citizen for Its erec tion A lot has already been donated The coming State Fair has started ranch activity In railroad circles al ready many of the railroads hav ar ranged and set the times for the arrir al and departure of special trains The Hangers kept in Austin for em ergencies have been sent to Eagle Pass to be ready for surprises In the event the Mexican bandits cross to Texas The Rochester Herald ever since its birth a Democratic paper announces itself as an independent newspaper and advocates the election of Charles E Hughes Notice has been received of the death at Nashville Tenn of CoL J H Moore commander during the Civil War of the Seventh Tennessee Infan try an dafter the war a prominent law yer Is Is announced that the Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company has acceded to the demands of the elevated rail road raotormen for an Increase in wages Eight people w...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 13 October 1906

i V Mr > JOB PRINTING of all kind JJt this Office ESTABLISHED IN 1865 VOL XXXIX i c At TWO GREAT SPEECHES A Brief Synopsis of the BaileyCrane Address at Houston OctoberSth 1906 HTTT INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING JEFFEESOJST TEXAS SATUEDAT OCTOBER IS 1906 Mr Crane came opon the stace at 40 and was given an ovation Sena tor Bailey appeared at 750 and for five minutes the noise was deafening His oration was pronounced and the welcome was in no uncertain tones Colonel O T Holt of Houston who introduced Mr Crane first asked for Mr Lindsey and asked that gentle man tocome upon the platform He did as requested after which Colonel Colonel Holt Introduced General Crane to the audience In a few v 11 chosen words His remarks receded deafenlrg npplause Crane Appears on Stage Mr Crane then arose and for sev i era minutes nothing but applause could be heard He said Ladies and gentlemen I hope quiet will be observed I am not here as a candidate for any office but above 11 an Anie...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 13 October 1906

w shows that we handle goods that can be relied upon Do jour Fall Shopping at our store and get I Satisfaction Single and doublebreasted Suits in this Falls newest cuts and patterns that will fit you New Fall Hats Shirts Etc Our Crawford Shoes and Fall Neckwear is expected daily MENS OUTFITTERS THE LAST STYLES z giMpIc nfce TAYLOR d TAYLOR EOITORB AND PROPRIETORS Saturday Oct 13 1906 OFFICE OF PUBLICATION Corner Austin and Vale Sts Jefferson Texas Entered it the PostOfflce at Jefferson Texas ai secondclasf mall matter Copies orthe JcrrissoM JlvrLXCUTE In wrap p irs ready foraaUlne can always be had at the o rice by single copies or the dozen All the go now on the streets is the BaileyCrane debate Some weather pbophet in the Territory has predicted a cold win ter for us this means a bigger wood pile Secretary Taft appears to be the Administration hack horse to be used for all the disagreeable job tind journeys The crowds of people wagons and cotton on the streets of Naples now remind...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 13 October 1906

Dont have a falling out with your hair It might leave you Then mean We are Entirely Ready FOR FALL AND W Our large Store is crowded with a mammoth stock of New Stylish Merchandise suited to our trade We cordially invite you to visit us and see the good things us have selected for you Our Millinery Department We appreciated the large attendance at our Millinery Opening that our stock of more than 200 Pattern and Trimmed Hats met the approval and pleased the ladies who came We especially invite you to visit MISSES KRUEGKER and OPPEN HEIM and allow them to make you price F ESPEOIAL PRICES ON FAMILY BILLS SjSGtAL qq skambssi ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Following ar the nominees of the Democratic Primary held July 28th For Congress 1st Congressional Dist MORRIS SHEPPARD For SUte Senator of the 1st Senatoral District J M TERRELL Fur Floater 8th Representative Dist L P WILSON For District Attorney of the 5th Judicial DistrictHORACE HORACE W VAUUHAN CITIZENS PEIMAEY TICKET Following are...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 13 October 1906

< aSTS w 5 ii E ft Gen Fred Funston who has gone to Cuba to advise with Secretary of War Tatt and who will command the American forces In Cuba Is well ac quainted with conditions in the island having joined the insurgents there in 1S96 and fought 18 months against the Spaniards Upon return ing he was made colonel of the Twentieth Kansas volunteers and went to the Philippines where for bravery he won a brigadier generalship of volun teers and later distinguished himself by capturing Aguinaldo In 1901 he was given the same grade in the regular army Gen Funston was born in Ohio in 1S65 and was taken to Kansas 12 years later by his parents After studying In the Iolahlgh school and Kansas State university he became a report er but soon abandoned the newspaper profession Subsequently he was appointed commissioner by i the agricultural department to report on Alaskan flora and after camping for a winter in the Klondike country floated down the Yukon alone in a canoe Then his military ca...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 20 October 1906

liPPilil v > v n > i h < 0iM T sy J te r > yoBPHjNrmG of all kinds At this Office TH iMi i Him if JIMFLECTTTE Brief and Book Work J Specialty ESTABLISHED IN 1865 INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING SIOO PER ANNUM YOL XXXIX JEPPEESON TEXAS SATUKDAY OGTOBEE 20 1906 NO 17 MRS JffRS0N DAVIS PASSES OVER THE RIVER New York Oct 17 Mrs Jefferson Davis the widow of the President of the Confederacy who had been ill lor a week at the Hotel Majestic In this city died at 1025 oclock last night Death was due to pneumonia Induced by a severe cold which Mrs Davis contracted upon her return from the Adirondacks where she bad been Gpending the summer months Al though fears were felt from the first Mrs Davis wonderful vitality which had brought her through a similar at j tack n year a o gave hope of ultimate sclousness The clergyman remained some time and an hour later it was announced that Mrs Davis had lapsed into a state of coma The period of unconsciousness continued to the en...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 20 October 1906

r t fcV m ft The continued patronage of Well Dressed Men shows that we handle goods that can be relied upon Do your Fall Shopping at our store and get Satisfaction Single and doublebreasted Suits in this Falls newest cuts aud patterns that will fit you New Fall Hats Shirts Etc Our Crawford Shoes and Fall Neckwear is expected jj daily BOSENTHALS MENS OUTFITTERS THE LAST STYLES lxz xmplttntz TAYLOR TAYLOR Editors and Proprietors Saturday Oct 201906 OFFICE OF PUBLICATION Comer Austin and Yale Sts Jefferson Texas Entered at the PostOffice at Jefferson Texas as secondclass mall matter Copies of the J irrEESOH Jikplicdtz in wrap pers ready formatting can always be had at the offlce by single copies or the dozen It is reported that another pro ducing oil well has been brought in at Anninaa oil field The nation mil mourn the loss of that noble Southern woman Mrs Jefferson Davis whose death is given in this issue The Fort Worth Record came out in a big special edition Sunday Oct 14th of 72 p...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 20 October 1906

0 OurEntir We are Entirely Ready FOR FALL AND WINTER Our large Store is crowded with a mammoth stock of New Stylish Merchandise suited to our trade We cordially invite you to visit us and see the good things us have selected for you a Our Millinery Department We appreciated the large attendance at our Millinery Opening that our stock of more than 200 Pattern and Trimmed Hats met the approval and pleased the ladies who came We especially invite you to visit MISSES KRUEGER and OPPEN HEIM and allow them to make you price ESPECIAL PRICES ON FAMILY BILLS SEGAL EBAMBEBT SHEPPABDS APPOINTMENTS Hon Morris Sheppard will speak in Jefferson at Court House Wednesday Oct 31st 3 pm the interest of bis candidacy j Everybody come out to hear our Congressman j His appointments for tbia dis trict are given below Cooper Monday Oct 29 8 p m Texarkana Tuesday Oct 30 8 pm Queen City Wednesday Oct 31 10 a m JEFFEBSOH Wednesday Oct 31 3 p m Daingerfield Thursnay Nov 1 10 a m Pittabnrg Thursday Nov 1 330 p ...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 20 October 1906

mm = r rr j p pn jj Jim JMWIIiMlMMIi ALL OVER TEXAS > I 1 Abont 3000 birds are on exhibition In the Poultry Department of the State Fair or Texas C C Williams an Inmate of the Dallas County Jail under indictment for murder committed sultlde Monday using a sharp razor that had been fur nished him for sharing himself In a runaway which occurred at the race track at Fort Worth Miss Edna Smith was thrown out of a carriage and painfully Injured Three other occupants were slightly hurt The sawmill of the Red Water Lum ber Company at Red Water sixteen miles south of Texarkana was burned entailing a loss of about 30000 The plant was insured for 11000 Hill County Camp No 1C5 U C V has endorsed Mr O T Stevens of HJUIsboro for appointment to the posi tion of superintendent of the Con federate soldiers Home at Austin Dr B A Dinwiddle sold a bale of long staple cotton tor 1810c per pound at Clarksvllle Capt J B Doncho sold three bales for 1802c and oth ers brought 18 cents The International S...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 27 October 1906

r < fi v W > i > rf 3 K fe > E < V < yOB PtyNTIJVG of all kinds At this Office TTT E JI ESTABLISHED IN 1865 Brief and Book Work j5 Specialty INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING SIOO PER ANNUM YOL JEFEEBSON TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1900 NO IS WINDS SWEEP THE SOUTH AND SNOW COVERS NORTH p Death and Destruction Mark the Way Snow and Blizzards Lock the Lands Activities In the Northwest Key West Fla Oct 22 Sanrlvors from one of the houseboats of the Florida East Coast Railway extension along the Kejs tell a harrowing tale of death and destruction during the Btonn of Thursday TO P Dusenberry civil engineer In charge of the work on Long Key who miraculously escaped death arrived here on the Russian steamer Jennie among other survivors rescued He eays houseboat No 4 on which were ISO men was struck by the storm at 5 oclock Thursday morning and was driven out into the Gulf through Hawkes Channel At 6 oclock the houseboat began to break up as the great waves bit he...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 27 October 1906

n f > < The continued patronage of Well Dressed Men shows that we handle goods that can be relied upon Do your Fall Shopping at our store and get Satisfaction Single and doublebreasted Suits in this Palls newest cuts and patterns that will nt you New Fall Hats Shirts Etc Our Crawford Shoes and Fall Neckwear is expected daily ROSENTHAL MENS OUTFITTERS THE LAST STYLES gtu Simpljcjcnt TAYLOR TAYLOR Editors and PnoritiETOna Saturday Oct 271906 OFFICE OF rOBLICATJOS Corner Austin and Vale Sts Jefferson Texas Entered at the rostOfflce at Jefferson Texas ts econ < Jclu mall matter Copies of the J irrEESON JmrLEcniE in wrap peri ready for mailing can always be bad at the o lice by single copies or the dozen TO DELINQUENTS This is the time of the year that money is more plentiful and we look to collect what is due ub on subscription All who know they are in arrears and have promised tn pay this fall will pleaee call or send us amount due The JlMP flecute will be on the cash in ad an...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 27 October 1906

V We are Entirely Ready FOR FALL AND Our large Store is crowded with a mammoth stock of New Stylish Merchandise suited to our trade We cordially invite you to visit us and see the good things us have selected for you Our Millinery Department We appreciated the large attendance at our Millinery Opening that our stock of more than 200 Pattern and Trimmed Hats met the approval and pleased the ladies who came We especially invite you to visit MISSES KRUEGrER and OPPEN HEIM and allow them to make you price = = ESPECIAL witWli PRICES ON FAMILY BILLS SEGAL E1AMBEET ANNOUNCEMENTS DEMOCRATIC TICKET Following are the noraineue of the Democratic Primary held July 28th For Congress 1st Congressional Diet MORRIS SHEPPARD For State Senator of the 1st Senatoral District J M TERRELL For Floater 8th Representative Dist L P WILSON For District Attorney of the 5th Judicial DistrictHORACE HORACE W VAUGHArJ CITIZENS PRIMARY TICKET Following are the nominees of the White Citizens Primary Election held Ma...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 27 October 1906

f < V H feV E S r i Farmers CoOperative Union = = = = = Of America = = = = = = = = Who sajd that cotton would not gu to eleven cents Have you taken time to go out and get acquainted with the new school teacher Well you ought to You are mighty particular about your colts not getting ruined In breaking but you hold your own flesh and blood mighty cheap when you allow un known quantities to handle thems Maybe the fact that cotton Is now bringing a profit making price will in duce the planting next year of an other recordbreaking crop If Itjdoes the high price will disappear Just plenty of cotton does not run a price down but the smallest quantity over present demand will run it down be cause the farmer has not yet learned to hold It himself instead of letting the money sharks hold it But they are learning mighty fast While you fellows are casting about for some sort of diversification why dont you get busy investigating the creamery question Theres millions in It If the thing is don...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 3 November 1906

r 4M uvO 0 fe ITS ft > C > tftfl L HfS JOB PRINTING of all kinds Jit this Office OfficerpTT ESTABLISHED IN 1865 INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING YOL JEFFERSON TEXAS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3 1905 < sKKSSi v T SI OO PER ANNUM CJ 5 NO 11 S EVENTYfIVE PERSONS DROWN IMPRISONED IN ELECTRIC CARS Atlantic City N J October 29 By the wrecking of a threecoach elec traln on the West Jersey and Sea shore Railroad yesterday afternoon at least fifty passengers perished and the list may reach the total of seventy five when all is known While crossing over a drawbridge spanning the waterway known as the Thoroughfare which separates At lantic City from the mainland the train left the track and plunged Into the water Tlip passengers In the first two coaches with one or two excep tions were drowned Up to two oclock this morning fortyfour bodies have been recovered and It Is believed that at least twenlyfire and possibly 30 more bodies still are in the submerged coaches The disaster Is t...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 3 November 1906

E > t Tbe continued patronage of Well Dressed Men shows that we handle goods that can be relied upon Do your Fall Shopping at our store and get Satisfaction Single and 2 2doublebreasted Suits in this Falls newest cuts and patterns that will fit you New Fall Hats Shirts Etc Our Crawford Shoes and Fall Neckwear is expected daily ROSENTHAL S MENS OUTFITTERS THE LAST STYLES ht imlttxt TAYLOR TAYLOR Editors ahd Proprietors Saturday Oct 271906 OFFICE OF PDBUCATIOK Corner Austin and Vale Sts Jefferson Texas Entered at the PostOfflce at Jefferson Texas as secondclass mail matter Copies ofthe Jeffebsok JXHrxxCDTElnirrap pars read J formatting can always be bad at the oSce by single copies or the dozen TO DELINQUENTS This IE the time of the year that money is more plentiful and we look to collect what is due us on subscription All who know they are in arrears and have promised to pay this fall will please call or send us amount due The Jimp plecute will be on the cash in ad vance basis aft...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 3 November 1906

m m Mi A TEMPT OF STYLI OUR STORE is filled to the limit with the most desirable Dry Goods Clothing and Wearable for Men Women and Children From Glove to Grip From Toe to Tip Abso lutely nothing omitted that is necessaryin the stylish get up of either sex Laflies Misses ait CMlens Wraps Alljsizes and styles in handsome Ladies Misses and ChildrenB Coats not a few styles to make your selections from bat all kinds and etvlea that are new and correct Smart Wafting Skirts The very latest designs cievery and carefully executed by the best makers in New York in all the choicest and newest fabrics smart styles made of Panama broadcloth serges fancy mixtures and voiles Mens and Boys Clothing Why shouldntyouhavea good Suit and a good fit as well when you pay for it The slipshod badly made jioorfitting garment that you buy costs you as much or thoseabout as one of our splendid S M S Suits We carry every 6ize from the 3 year old tot on up and our prices are reasonable Fall Millinery Mere words ...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 3 November 1906

m Is x RP EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE The body of William Rogers a farmer was found dead in well on bis farm near Muskogee a few nights since by his wife A large number of people from the vicinity of Denlson have organized a colony and will settle near Texlco New Mexico Friday was Confederate day at the State Fair and the city was filled with delegations from all over the State The ShoeBar arnch of 185000 acres In the Panhandle was sold by a Fort Worth broker one day last week for a minion dollars The deal includes 15000 cattle Marshall Tankersley Jr is deail in Houston from two pistol shots in the abdomen E B Nicholls a cousin of the deceased is under ar icsLThe The Minister of War has intro duced a bill into the Cortes calling for the complete reformation of the Spanish army and bringing it up to modern requirements J B Calvert a prominent lumber dealer of Ada I T lost his wife in a hotel fire at Fourche a lumber town near Little Rock Ark one night last week To prevent a com famine Gov A...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 10 November 1906

3 fSS gS V > V bJf ks JOB P1NTWG of all kinds Jit this Office OfficemTT PTVECTTTE Brief and Book Work Jl Specialty ESTABLISHED IN 1865 INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING 1 CO PER ANNUM YOL XXXIX JEFFEKSOJST TEXAS SATUEDAT NOVEMBER 10 1906 NO 20 CAMPBELL GETS ABOUT 150 000 MAJORITY Gray Puts the Kabosh On Dr Atcheson Gamer Democratt Swats Moore Exemp tion Amendment Wins but Legislative Salaries Will Stand Dallas Tet Nov 7 The News this morning prints election returns in the race for Governor from 307 boxes These show a total vote of 53728 which Is divided as follows CAMPBELL Dem 43887 GRAY Regular Republican 6179 PEARSON Prohibitionist 850 EDWARDS Socialist SCO DOWLER 109 ACHESON Reorganized Rep 148 These returns probably indicate about one fourth of the total vote cast The News shows a plurality for Camp bell over Gray the second highest man of 37608 and a majority over all of 34046 If the vote cast was one more than four times as great as that ac counted for in the New...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jimplecute. — 10 November 1906

A S L i Red letter Day at lasater H0N0B BOIL Editor Jimp The grand event of the f Y r 4s The continued iiatrnnage of Well Dressed Men shows that we handle goods that can be relied upon Do your Fall Shopping at our store and get atisfaciion Single and doublebreastfed Suits in this Falls newest cuts and patterns that will fit you I New Pall Hats Shirts Etc Our Crawford Shoes and Fall Neckwear is expected daily ROSENTHALS MENS OUTFITTERS THE LAST STYLES gfejc fimpLcriiiJC TAYLOR TAYLOR Editors aho Proprietors Saturday Nov 10 1906 OFFICE OF PUBLICATION Corner Austin and Vale 8ts Jefferson Texas Entered at the PostOfflco at Jefferson Texan at secondclass mad matter Copies of theJimasos JiMPLiccinlnwrap pjrs ready formatting can always be bad at the o Ace by single copies or the dozen Do Yon Want Your County Developed Parties with ample and sufficient capital now propose to develop the gas and oil which may underlie this county These parties only ask the leaBe of your lands covering only ...

Publication Title: Jimplecute, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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