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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 June 1916

mm* &C m ■*& LOCAL NOTES. #& ?r • ■ Ui §PM? YV i t h weather permifctiiig, Monday, June 5th i> a daj set for the purpose of Lipscomb lodge of 1.0.0 F to meet at JShahan & ' Sod's store for the purpose of cleaning the cemetery. It is ex- pected a good attendance will sh .w up in order to arrange the cemetery for Memorial day. Through the courtesy of H. A -' Hill, of Sand Creek, the editor and family had the pleasure of enjoying an afternoon in the oountiy. Well; did it seem like a change on the "bill of fare? ' Did we reliaji the cool and re- freshing breezes as they serenly yeat slipping by the "hazel growth'' which decorated the "upper deck" of our "noodle?" Does a duck swim? We should remark yes. The whole family tore around and acted up with 'that same glee that the iron gfay does after being captivated in the stall for some time. Yes, it was a frolic much enjoyed by all and the dinner spread when that hour arrived Was something which ap- pealed to the cravings...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 June 1916

•' I • jjsFJL. ■* - .' sfe'£3jrVv • «* • • ra &%*•- is- For District Judge. ■IM our announce ment . column will be found the name of : Hon. Frank Willis, candidate to jfi|||^* . ; ! . succeed himself fer the office of D istriot Judge. In the neighbor- hood of a year ago he was * ap- pointed to fill the unexpired term of Judge Greever, deceased. The Glazier Review has the following to say in regard to his qualfica- tions and ability, of which we could ad little: "At that time he gave up a law practice sec on a to none per- feaps, in the panhandle and feels that he is entitled- to at least one full term to compensate him tor the sacrifice he made in assuming the office. 'Judge Willisjs the son of Judge Willis, who held the first term of couit in this district, and has the proud distinction of being born in th<* district where he now fills the office of District Judge. For the past/fifteen years he has be*n engaged in the practice of law and has beep on one side or the other of ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 June 1916

SPSJrk-^; i?^4- / * ♦♦'I"*1 IIIlH' "Hli'l>> H'H"l"I"i"> * <■■!■ '!■ .|.+ ■!■ .H 1 ■!■ 1 ■!■ ■!■ .|. .|. nr • &©ip^s£i-r - • A>' > iaSIS ! •• R&9ISgfv * ■ i MM v ^ " • fjj. Sea^s* Ml ► - If rrvw llB® Hp' *' j§ • W:Wm Fry SOB s^m W£m&- W^'-W" te- Kv'' Owing to my quitting the farm and freighting, I will offer at Puplic Sale at my place in Lipscomb, Texas, on aturday, June 10 The Following Described Property, to-wit: . j of Mules 6 Horses One span -of brown mules, 7 and 9 years old; one span of mare mules, 3 and 7 years old; one span of sorrel mules, 3 and 4 years old; one- span of brown mules, coming 2 years old;one span of mules, one black and one sorrel, 2 and 3 years old; one black horse 11 years old. cow with calf by side. Two calves months old- ETT/* Two lumber wagons; 2 set of harness; 2 set t Cl vi of leather nets; 1 wagon hay rack; 1 six horse gas engine and grinder; 1 two-hole corn sheller, 1 platform scale and one8-barrel storage water tank. ' 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 June 1916

JEN* llwltS * ' life- fer *11 V V ?Pe. \mmrn imimm $ S SALE fetl mm 9jjjV- V-J SOnETHINQ NEW IN HIQQINS, TEXAS 10,16 FOR ONE DAY ONLY This will be a great $ sale. Among the articles for $ will be ONE J. B. Stetson hat' for men, the first Lady purchasing a Ladies hat, ^ he choice in store for $. This will give you an idea of the GREAT $ sale. There will be many bargains red at this sale. Come early and get first choice. Remember the date, SAT- DAY, JUNE 10th, 1916. DOORS OPEN AT 8 A. M. mmi WEISER & JAYNE HIGGINS, TEXAS $ Sale mrnmmmrnmmmmm.mm == GARAGE m. 6R0VER BUSSARD, Manager. TWV ito Supplies, Oils and Gas—Special Attention Given to Repair Work—Give us a Call, We'll Treat You Right. to SIX Home Oar for Home People'now on display—a fine car modern make with latest necessities equipped and ready go at an economizing price—come in and let't figure. - - - Texas Classified Wants TEXAS LAND Forced Sale—All or half, 500 acres vallev land, 3 mil h s < * Artesia, LaSalle County. F...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 June 1916

1 V -U: ' ■ •< ?'■'.' -' "' >' • "•■••"• i._.r -■ - it' •;-" "-v : f£gj -.—~ —— jNpP* && ; in PiS* iSBRSsS^ ■ " : ■-• Ww*m «Y « mmm 11 ^*w*www**www«w * *wm « i i m i i« ♦♦ Town and Country Notes zgm r*m ■ i i HI ■!■ k Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. , 'I"l">'I"l"H">"l"I"!"W"l"i"H"t"H"H" ' '|MiMi.^4M|HH.4.4^t4i4.4M|,.I<4,<„l„I,j; J * ,"fj - - J This week, oar est ee tn e d in towu Tuesday afternoon friend and tonsorial artist, Mr. N. N. Flathers, of sand Creek, a time H G Thayer, steps towa and oat from the barber shop which « To our store will convince the ? T " V T^SSgHM I most skeptical that we have a complete line of drugs. j Wrell J. B. Turner was iu from Fifth , $■■ tJreek• Tuesday shakine hands ! .crT?11 for the Past Jear and . >ree* loeeaay suasing nana* a Mr pnce< of Canadian, is the •* his many friends. |nBW man with the S'P ;V Mr and Mrs. ^ Claude Phillips comes were in from east of town Sttur da ■ f t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 June 1916

. " - ' S&T " .J H1 jj9£g ■■■"".1 ■ m LaKemp Whispers. a Weible, one of Beaver hustling hog buyers came oat in this vicintiy last Monday night and stayed oyer , till Tues - lay morning. Mr. W*ible and Mr. A. M. Harrison started out to look some hogs over for them to buy and in about two hours the time they left Mr. A. M. ion's home Mr. Weible had it 78 head of hogs and was lis way back to Beaver City. lhog% were purchased from lowing parties; Thomas isey, l'ear Brothers, Mr. >n, Mr. Asplein, .Mr. How- Mr. Kersoheuman, L. B. Geo. Harrison and A. Harrison. The 78 head of I weighed in all at Beaver 117,980 lbs and were sold for a pound, which is a pretty showing for this old dry ry where they claimed only years back that hogs could fattened and raised on i jtafir and maze that we raise in this country. Mr. McNulty, of Kingfisher, Okia., who owns three quarter sections of land in Sections No. 26, Block 10, Lipscomb county, Texas, was in this vicinity look- ing over his holdings H...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 July 1916

JSlR « n 'OA? T'SM] & wt Vol 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1916. V Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. fej in the salutatory ? and how clos& it has cut to the line we repro- duce the following: Will always be row when it Cuts Loose From "lime bund in the ^ ,.T__ comes to the advancement of ipscomb and Lipscomb county— once and all the time." "It is. the intention to give Lip- scomb anSTOp^bmb county one rof.as gopd country-. papers as ever 3 wfthm its field of teatstorfi'f vV i We only ask has Lime Light wavered? Has it "made good" lendhjgrits support toward a Enlarges to Twice f§®Jbetyi&nS greater Lipscomb and l&Sterljight's enlarging to twide it's former size It is with "pfese to give i|'s numer- ous- readers and various adver- tisers a better and more classy paper than ever before. New ieaturegf fftrac ti ve,; unique and. clever w^iiN added ®ie time Size--NewP Typ im. it}...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 July 1916

ib; ' I' fell = LIMELIGHT iyf' > SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. jNMished on Thursday Week Morning of Eac?i mm f Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postoffice at Lipp- Tejcas, under the Act of March 3. I hereby announce myself as a ••aiidklate for the'office of county treasure of Lipscomb county, subject, to the will of the voters at the election in November. M. D. Noland. i' wish to announce that I am a candidate for tha offi"e of county treasure of Lipscomb county, subject to the will of the people at the election in November" Harry Piel- four o'clock p. rn., on < at the court house doo;1 county, I will oiler tor sell at public auction .for I hereby announce myselfms a candidate for the office of county treasurer, subject to the will of the voters at the coming November election Mrs. ,Tpmes A. Black. In order to guarantee the publication foreign advertisements it will be neces- • to send either draft, check or money with copy. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 July 1916

S&£ V? g wmtmrnm -M" Lnd Country Notes Choice and Up tp Now ==*= J. K. Paine was in town from Park, Saturday. F. R. Grissony was a i visitor last Saturday. - -/ ' Rice and John Gabbert Glazier visitors yesterday. in the shade of some friendly tree where the report of the cracker' and rush and jam of hustling crowds were unknown, but on the. morning after business picked up with the same activity as be- fore. i figan was in from Sand ly for a short time. ' MeEfcn&ld was in from northwest of town yes- Lfs. J. S. Bussard*!; lattuck Tuesday cele- Mrs. Geo. W. Long were Shattuck visi- y. Geo. Long were Okla., the Fourth sights, v Hurlhey and Gertrude went to Higgins afternoon. |§pj|| came in from Glaz- of freight for the yesterday/, pf Higgins, Mrs. C. A. Skaggs, daughter Ethel and sons Fred and Leonard left Monday morning in their muleobile for Shattuck to have a good time celebrating. During their absence, the Correspoond- ing Secretary, Miss Jaunita and the "dubb'' they call t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 July 1916

Itl m- mm Wb0* ' m gi*;> | Faced by dcrha^id^irom the -conductors, engineers, firemen and brakemen j that^WUld~itftpo& b'rf tfieL country an additional burden in transportation costs of $100,000,000 a y^ar, the railroads , propose that-this wage problem be settled by | refer?!}ce3$ an iih^Mfftial/ Federal tribunal. With these employes, whose efficient service is acknowledged, the railroads htvcQtf# difl^tendit^Bat could not be considered fairly and decided justly by such • * e Public Inquiry and Arbitration gposal of the railroads to the employe* for the settlement of "Our conferences hare demonstrated that we cannot harmonize our difference* of opinion ud that erentually the «*tterr-ja coaUuVdtiygMst bOiWa"up*fl t j Otjwr and di intere ted agencies. Therefore, we propose that your Propo«*Ut lh« railwoyidisposed of by one or tlie other of the following methods: c body. formal 1. Preferably by submission to tki Interstate Commerce Commission, the only tribunal which, by reason...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

a '. " V - 'tmt- * zmpxi: □ IMC] UL If JUL/1 Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 « LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. Vol. 4, No. 35 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County• mm i tf marion reynolds K*T"; * 7 '■ ' ■■ ■■■■ ,-;w We are Authorized tc/ An- nounce for the (Jffice DISTRICT ATTORNEY ft Mr. .Reynolds has many ad- mirers and friends in this end of the district and there is no doubt that this attack by a personal enemy upon the professional in- tegrity of Mr. Reynolds will add votes to the majority he expects to receive in the primary election of July 22. ject to the Good Will and Action of the Voters at Primary, July 22d. :-i> O- J Hon. Marion Reynolds in com- pany with D. M. Lowrance, Su- perintendent of the Shamrock schools, visited Lipscomb this week on their way to Hansford, in the interest of Mr. Reynolds candidacy for the office of Dis- trict ^ Attorney. It seems that a number of vot- ers over the dis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

■ i r m LIPSCOMB L1HE LlfiUT . SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week 'Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postoffice at Lips- comb, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. In order to guarantee the- publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. \ Advertising rates 12 %c per inch, single column measure; front page, 50c. Locals 5c per line. — Mil w ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOE REPRESENTATIVE. We are authorized to announce the name of C. W. Thurman, as a candidate for representative of the 124th district in the State Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic primary in July. ' POLL ui strict JUDGE We are authorized to announce the name of W R Ewinft, of Miami, as a candidate for the office of district judge of the 31st Judicial Dintri t. sui Ject to the action of: the Demo- cratic Primary. July 22nd, 1016 \ We itre authorize! to anl «a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

mIP KIF Second Section THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. Delinquent Tax List Yr. > Del. NAME ► •"* I z 5 LAND Z Original Grantee >2 i > « « -2 3 > STATE TAXES : cc ~ COUNTY TAXES ■o ?? « - £.? — i £ p oc jj, 1903 J. O. Frost. 1910 Mrs. E. P. Olson .. 1896 Unknown ..'.. 1897 Unknown .. 1899 Unknown 1308 l 190®1 1905 Hough, 1912 Unknown 1918 Unknown *1914 TMKnOwn 1910 Kupps, W. C. & A. ....... IB 85-3745 1911 Kupitz, Al. .. 75 35-3745 1909 LinzeeA Willi- • 75 36-3745 JL3 5-106 101 H.T.&B.Ry.Co. 101 H.T.&B.Ry.Co. 101 H.T.&B.Ry.Co. 101 H.T.&B.Ry.Co. 101 H.T.&B.Ry.Co. 101 H.T.&B.Ry.Co. 101 H.T.&B.Ry.Co. 101 HLT.&B.Ry.Co. lOLH.T.&B.Ry.Ca. STH.T.&B.Ry.Co. 9 H-lf.&B.Ry.Co. 9 HiT.&B.Ry.Co. H.T.&B.Ry.Co. ... .<18 . .V13 27v 5-5 5-106 5-106 5-106 5-106 5-106 5-106 5-106 5-106 5-5 5-6 93 IL&T.C.Ry.Co. 93 H.&T C.Ry.Co. 75 35-8746 77 35-3747 77 35-8747 77 36-3747 bjr 190.3 Unknown . 1909 Unknown . 1910 U...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JUL\ 13, 1916. h State Taxes County Taxes ' . Yr. Del. OWNER TOWN 3 s 8 | 3 A ^ t A ® — C ® o *5 « a o « & £ •< w w a, cu o _ 03 Un £? COH j 8 "3 "3 o njs C vu —' O Q) o Cm p, 1910 Unknown 1913 Unknown 1914 Unknown 1913 Considine, 1913 Unknown Higgins 3 1914 Unknown ....... Higgins 3 1912 Considine, C. C.. Higgins 4 ■ - Higgins 4 Higgins 4 ....... Higgins 4 C. C.. Higgins 5 1910 Unknown Higgins 5 1918 Unknown ....... Higgins 5 1914 Unknown ....... Higgins 5 1913 Eherlick, Chas... College Hill.. 13 1913 Kinney, Lon College Hill. .14 1912 Shattuck Clearing Co. Gray'a Add... 1 1914 UnMhown Gray«%Add..\ 1 1912 Shattud^ Clearing Co Gray's Add... 2 1913 Unknown Gray's Add... 2 1914 Unknown Gray's Add... 2 1911 Unknown Gray's Add... 2 1908 Divinno. E. L... Gray's Add... 7. 1911 Cromwell, M. B.. Gray's Add... 7 1912 Unknown ... Gray's Add... 1 1918 Unknown Gray's Add... 1 1914 Unknown Gray's Add. „ 1 1912 Unknown Gray's Add... 2 1914 Unknown Gray's A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

Sp m £SI t THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. Tr. • 3« ^ Del. OWNER TOWN «j o -o zz < 190« Unknown Lipscomb .... 9 3 .01 1907 Unknown Lipscomb .... 9 3 .01 1808 Unknown Lipscomb .... 9 3 .01 1909 Unknown ........ Lipscomb .... 9 3 .01 1910 Unknown Lipscomb 9 3 .01 1911 Unknown ... Lipscomb .... 9 3 .03 1912 Unknown ....... Lipscomb.... 9 3 .02 1913 Unknown Lipscomb 9 3 .05 1914 Unknown ....... Lipscomb .. 9 3 .04 1897 Unknown Lipscomb ....10 3 .10 1898 Unknown Lipscomb .... 10 3.10 1899 Unknown Lipscomb 10 3 .10 1900 Unknown Lipscomb ....10 3 .09 1901 Unknown Lipscomb 10 3 .02 1998 Unknown Lipscomb 10 5 «i 1904 Unknown ./ Lipscomb . .v. 10 3 .01 1905 Unknown Lipscomb 10 3.01 1900 Unknown Lipscomb 10 3 .01 1907 Unknown Lipscomb 10 3 .01 \ 1908 Unknown Lipscomb ....10 3 .01 1909 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 10 3 (.01 1910 Unknown Lipscomb 10 3 .01 1911 Unknown Lipscomb ....10 3.03 1912 Unknown Lipscomb 10 3 .02 1913 Unknown Lipscomb ... .10 3.05 1914 Unknown Lipscomb .......

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JUL\ 13, 1916. I m ■ iv-' > Tr. ' > • . Del. OWNER TOWN —-£ • 1908 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1910 Unknown Lipscomb 1910 Unknown Lipscomb 1911 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1912 Unknown . Lipscomb • 1913 Unknown Lipscomb 1914 Unknown Lipscomb J898 Unknown . Lipscomb 1897 Unknown ....... ' Lipscomb 1898 Unknown ... L'pscomb 1899 Unknown .. Lipscomb 1900 Unknown Lipscomb 1901 Unknown ........ Lipscomb 1889 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1-891 Unknown Lipscomb 1892 Unknown Lipscomb 1893 Unknown Lipscomb 1894 Unknown Lipscomb 1895 Unknown Lipscomb 1896 Unknown Lipscomb 18S7 Unknown lipscomb 18J# Unknown Lipscomb 1900 Unknown Lipscomb , 1901 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1903 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1904 Unknown Lipscomb 1906 Unknown Lipscomb 1906 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1907 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1908 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1909 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1910 Unknown . Lipsoomb 1911 Unknown ...iv.. Lipscomb 1912 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 1913 Unknown ....... L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

m THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. State Taxes County Taxes Yr. ' Del. OWNER TOWN Q- Q- £ z 1906 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 8 28 1907 Unknown ....... Lipscomb.... 8.28 1908 Unknown ... Lipscomb 7 2:i 1908 Unknown Lipscomb .. ~ 8 29 19ft* Unknown Lipscomb .... 9 29 1905 Unknown ....... Lipscomb .... 9 29 1906 Unknown Lipscomb 9 29 1908 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 9 29 1894 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 130 1912 Unknown Lipscomb 1 30 1913 Unknown Lipscomb 1 30 1914 Unknown Lipscomb 1 30 1894 Unknown ' Lipscomb 2 30 1912#nknown ....... Lipscomb 230 1913-Unknown ....... Lipscomb 2 30 1914 Unknown Lipscomb 2 30 1894 Unknown ....... Lipscomb.... 3 30 1912 Unknown Lipscomb 3 30 1913 Unknown ....*.< Lipscomb 3 30 1914 Unknown ....... Lipscomb 3 30 1891 Hoppef, W. B.... Lipscomb 4 30 1908 Hopper, W. B... Lipscomb 4 30 1912 Unknown T Lipscomb.... 4 30 1913 Unknown Lipscomb .... 4 30 1914 Unknown Lipscomb .... 4 30 1894 Unknown ....... Lipscomb .... 530 1908 Hopper, W. B Lipscomb 5.30...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

mra.;; mm — THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. State Taxes County Taxes I vi' WiM mm : & . '*>?. £ - Yr. Del. OWNER TOWN f-J it. '• 1891 Unknown Lipscomb.. ISM .Unknown Lipscomb .. 1897 Unknown Lipscomb .. 18.08 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1899 Unknown Lipscomb .. .1900 Unknown ....... Lipscomb .. ' 1901 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1903 Unknown , Lipscomb .. 1904 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1905 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1906 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1907 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1908 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1909 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1910 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1911 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1912 Unknown ... Lipscomb .. 1913 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1914 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1898 Unknown . Lipscomb .. 1899 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1900 Unkftown ....... Lipscomb 1901 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1903 Unknown Lipscomb .. 4904 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1900 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1900 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1907 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1908 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1909 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1910 Unknown Lipscomb.. 1911 Unknown Lipscomb .. 1912 Nnknown Lipscom...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

V THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. PAINS IN SIDE AMD BACK How Mrs. Kelly Suffered and How She wm Cured. Burlington, Wis.—'TWas vary irreg- ular, and had pains in my stde and back. m M, |||||||||l!i!iill!|||||| fit iEPr. 5«' but after taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Com- pound Tablet* and wing two bottles of the Sanative Wash Iamfullyoonvinced that I am entirely cured of these trou- bles, and feel better aO orer. I know your remedies hare 'done me worlds of good and I hope every suffering womsa will give them a trial"—Mrs. Anna Kftj.y, 710 Chestnut Street, Burling* ton, wis. The many conrincing testimonials con- Wished in the newspapers lit to be proof enough to women who from those distressing Ills pecu- liar to their sex that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is the medicine they need.. This good old root and berb remedy has proved unequalled for these dread* ; it contains what is needed to health and strength. USES OF GABERDINE #- FABRIC IS EMPLOYED IN VAR...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 July 1916

ft. THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1916. and & V w r .p § Iff': gps 1" ' -Mi*: \J£ THE CURE AND THE CALDRON. To the tired traveler the Tillage of Croix-Daraude, three miles from Too- loose, Is much like other drowsy French Tillages; hot If he remains there a few hones he will hear a story that will awaken his Interest In the ptaee. For Croix-Daraude was the the- ater of a Qrime that has been talked jfbout In the Ticinity for more than two hundred years. In the year 1700 Saturnin Siadoux was a prosperouB oil manufacturer there. He had his own establishment, was'Out of debt, and was happy and comfortable in his family relations. Be was ''sixty years old, a widower, hnd the father of three sons and two _ daughters. He had a sister, the widow Mirailhe, who lived at Toulouse. Her husband had left her well provided for, although his affairs were badly tangled when he died in an unexpected and extemporaneous manner. She had a neighbor named Cantegrel, who was of the greates...

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