Elephind.com contains 7 items from Sipe Springs Record
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sipe Springs Record — 4 September 1914
fl - • ; .#5.f' The Record, i Inward €aadidaU«s om wjllaii PEC yeah jFor District Attorney: GIB CALLAWAY For IJepreRentative. "VT. T. LOU DERM ILK A "ffeia "Proliihilinn Iwtivr "Ti^ iro-esasf on*> of the «admsr amli** nrees prohibition For County Treasurer; of -fcrttiurrte:- o* vounir ealves. j "Tiirrt «= tk*--sorr of 2. prohibition! GEO. <HLDE) HLLSE\ Tv-f tan all unite on and (For County Sui^rintondent: tire inoki radifai anti oiitrlrt to be j y? D. JEXKIXS TUP Ld5T SHOT CWM/oVr/P/f; C/fARLfj JO?/&Y£~?J JO.V-J EDERICK PALMER -wrllirnsr to -statulory -prohibition ; on -that craM «tirnj- "We protect biru~ and Tnlel animals, in a Tnea^i.r-e. from slnturhler. and ■rrbyr.tr. '.jnv a closed «easoo Urr d-oiii-f-ctre animal«r Pleasure i is no* near -so u^«t ructive an a- j Tsi-easnie. ~TL- rrwii to market of calves is aiTP-osr* thr<-nlenin«r the -ex- tinctiii;, rv the' bovine specie. TT-f *.;-ov p deere.iisie of thr- *-> and o?Be-h:.:f mil3ion hear1 of cattle in T+*xh<-...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sipe Springs Record — 4 September 1914
J <k x. the r* -Ci a a£ tk* Bromcs, ' *£2;Vtatnl!itws of talmsl tariig the Past Wwk bartjKi ?st s* UUcm ■tJi-izm. >u L«r tvarifeiac. fei t:««4«r law^y *ufc it* 9&zn. ti*t he cxwui sdt «.i a.trvi, wfcjj* itis ntktf fcol4 ;«w*a>ftw£ ajwi <kbt* . ccsdtiT* I •eatxne* a au of urr« and Friday— mtmxm «4iu HMtiU k v left expert- I wtti aa btufstcrj fcru >4>eiturt • An American Schooner curry' i* sitae air. TH«ne *as a iun<i of chat- iau arms and amunition fi'otn 2T- Galveston to the Constitution- « ®a sJKWftt tx*d of their peoples; , , oi si* jmctfsssicnal rivalry of polite : alists of Mexico, was wrecked AwEasaa. i*itstroas slight figure cff the Mexican const. ®ee&pi to express the weaker number ! ,, , , „ . , . , , ef si* ^hrwt mili.taa eoidiers of tili Heaidton Oil held in Oklahoma Browns weaierLig s bulkier one tha ' was ignited in thirteen different iecr sullima &te hundred thousand of ' ()lUCes by an electrical storm, a . , .tank of 55,000 barrels expl...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sipe Springs Record — 4 September 1914
t ; By FREDERICK PALMER 4 A REMARKABLE story of war as waged 4 with modern armaments in which aero- planes and dirigibles play an important part. A startling prophecy of the conflict in which the powers of Europe are now engaged Written by a war correspondent of international / reputation who has witnessed practically all of the conflicts erf nations during the past twenty years. Don't Fail to Read It! ( t I A story without partisanship but which virtually recounts the terrific struggle now taking place in Europe—probably the greatest in the history of the world. Our new serial. Watch for the issue with the first installment tow* 11:- ,-v h- ife WM ;K*5 mm The Amendments As our readers wilt want to LODGE DIRECTORY. vote intelligently on the threo amendments to the state consti- tution in the November election, we give them below as summar- ised by the Comanche Vanguard. 1. Authorizing counties bor dering on the Gulf of Mexico to Sipe Np: nigs Lodge No. 235 I O. O. I*'. meets evory f...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sipe Springs Record — 4 September 1914
T 'f (tli I il I IT f ss *<4 I 11 i * ' I I ' t, - ' * i LOCAL f>oistTs Cathsred From Uhe Street*. ^ For American Beauty flour ^o to H. A. Andersons. | John and Miss Hsttie Joplih' A fiEMAWCABLE WAR STOW were in Hiro last Saturday and Sunday. j W. YV. Kirk and Pink Scott were in DeLeon, Saturday on business. F.. S V'ritchard and wife visit- in Gorman, Wednesday. Irby Jones went to Pioneer Sunday. Mrs. Hill left for Rising Star j Friday, to visit friends and ! relatives. Frederick Palmer New V/ttneeeini Fulfillment of Preplwey Di scribed in "The Lot Shot." ! Miss Kate Rye visited at..lew- el the first of the week. Little Gladys Martin has been reAl sick during the week. Oscar Gafford and Herman Gray of Duster, were in town Wednesday. Mr. Hanley of DeLeon was in SipeSprlngs Saturday with a load of apples. Miss Minnie Ashinhurst was in Dublin Sunday Keep your-feefc dry by walking on Stars.—PlottStamey Co. Anybody can have a lie in our shoe department.— P1 ott- S tamey Com pan y M...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sipe Springs Record — 19 July 1918
4 I. M 9 r.T« Pretty Gingham 1* raff n wav] Sihsae to one that will that will no< A pretty colored parasol- match your costume, one only protect you from sunshine but that will add charm to the summer ime. ' If you have not. but want one to mal that dress or hat you. will be sure to fii 4 T< " it in our beautiful fine. Call and see them! •MtiMVSU. L. t 9c3EBb% an *eal wi r™ *««« ,1b" i nlw. «* tat Gok -f Sa «ae jiianrirri 2* iescn as Fnt ftwwr at -ai* ofailM* and ' smnfiic ner- "Sair 5uiu an iws dkmd xq gmgi* c:r:rl>- aw iWKBt tifar mmaBjibnty -weiC. 1k bbf "ti* 3B&~ £ i Aiinii! be&mu, bat "thp <dnrrwik at! THf a. joiyf an ansicuMrino aw -tog*- my Ak «■ t sSf CBiiicu CSafc K&ir> £ narttfjflB1 oamzBti irnil rtacy to fapyrr ear* cri 3-13*5 agm. aarfl SaMi <fpatitfafil 00- ^aorjtttii:® jaafltefl off -a wmimg wwimg. "-o*-- T-'tsrsob into' fc, 2. rag wfiiatt - agguuHacte.2 rati 9ml arttfifly ao« fcrt. aiiytoiatg : ary jtffcrrf - .cerfia-' bh u*e i "urs SUiai...