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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

m Having sold my farm, I will offer for sale at my place of business Five and One-half miles northwest of Lipscomb, on T , - The following described pYoperty, to-wit: 17 head of Horses and Mules 1 span of mares, 5 years old, weigh 1300-pounds. 1 span mares, 5 and 8 years old, weigh 1250-pounds. 1 brown mare, 10 years old, weigh 1200-pounds. All of these mares are good workers and breeders and are all in foal by my Registered Jack. 1 mule, 2 yea.f old. 7 mules, 1 year old. 4 mules, weanlings, all nice straight mules. 1 TWO JERSEY T H OROUqHBRED COWS,, one giving •™ milk now and one will be fresh in October, both extra good cows. Hogs. 1 Poland China male hog, weight 300-pounds. 5 Poland China sows, weight 175-pounds each. 12 Poland China shoats, weight 50-pounds each. All thoroughbreds. Farm Machinery. 1 Studebaker wagon, 3 1-4, new. 1 low steel wheel wagon. IBeggs and Goodson wagon, 3 1-4. 2 sets wagon harness. All tools practically new. 1 McCormick mower and rake, good ones. 1 Sand...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

SIMPLICITY j pbwer were mine to' wield control Of Time within imr heart and soul. Saving from ruin and decay Whatlhold dearest.1 should prey; That I may never cease tojbe Wooed daily by Expectancy; That evening shadows in mine eyes Dim not theh'ght of new surprise; That I may feel, till life be spent. Each day die sweet bewilderment Of fresh delight in simple tilings' In snowy winters, golden springs And quicker heartbeats at the thought Of all (he good tfiat man has wrought But may I never face a dawn Wtthalltheawe and wonder gone Or in late twilight fail to see Charm in the stars" old sorcery. MEREDITH-NICHOLSON r- — r/flSI * SUPPLEMENT 0 THURSDAY. SEPT. 20, 1917 lying across the south ~ end of Silverton's main street, is a Texas- b; rn German and also a good farmer as will b • Seen by any- one visiting their 240-acre farm. He made -850 bushels of wheat on 54 acres of IH i i this ye ar, land since the fvvst of this year has sold $-1 CO .CO worth of eggs and butte*. fie- jhas recen...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

□ BE • Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMft LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 20, 1917 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County I GOOD LESSONS In Scripture Will -be Taught by Mrs. Rnssell SEPT. 21 to SEPT. 24 A Good Audience Should be Present During the Four k Days While Here. >' ■>•■ 't u • The time is drawing very close when Mrs. Margaret T. Russell the Bible teacher and organizer will be presented to the good people of Lipscomb—September 21st to the 24th inclusive. In bible study this will be a great treat to the people of this vicinity as Mi's. Russell of the Extension Department of the Moody Institute of Chicago, comes of a distinguished family yi of the "old south," where she is well kpown for her activity in the general agencies of her church as a member of The South Central Field Committee of the Interna- tional Y. W. C. A. Her efficient and charming personality win the confidence of Christians wherever she goes....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

$1.50 A YEAR SUBSC isher. Published on Thm*d«y Morning of Eacn Week Entered as second-class matter, No- aeet«n>^wim;*'®rti^n^*tofflce at up*- comb, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. In iSS -4 - guarantee the publication of foreign advertise counts It will be neces- sary to MptCqRlieT dfaft, check or money order wl' tes 15c per sin- front page 75c. ne. By ifee Act of . Congress u$Gst 24, 1912, of Lipscomb ~ tifjublishtd iWeekly >t Texas for Oct 1st 1917. ss. Statement of Ownership, int. Circulation, Etc., m $$*££ OF TEXAS, Iyipscomb, County adtfotary Public, in Slate and county inalb^ytppeared C. A. Sfcaggs, who, Having been r^badyisWRn ac<&*ding to law, de- arfci-'aays that he is the • • iFt Owner.of fthe the his ime , j ; to im*l<&ge and statement of iijtJ le ' ^aforesaid JLight and the West of belief, a true the ownership^ if a daily tion.) etc, of the ion for the date #hoiro in the above caption, re- ^>yJ$$;Act of, August 24, jocued jn section, 143, -i...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

figS? ■HHP ''r . ' ^ : ' SetiK HHPS THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT SEPTEMBER 20, 1917 ' . ' 'K -A . ... - - i ' % , , .1*. V '--' - iQUent. for r shown th (SEAL) P D LOTS DELINQUKNT ON MARCH 318T, 1917, FOR THE y, IN LIP8COMB COUNTY. the Provisions of Section 10, Chapter 103, Laws of 1897. Tax Collector of said County, do hereby certify that the within assessed on the Tax Rolls of said County for the year 1916, e taxes of 1916 only, and that 1 am entitled to credit for the ereon. W. M. HALE, „ Tax Collector. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of May, 1917. P. O. BOYD, County Clerk Lipscomb County, Texas. CERTIFICATE OF COMMISSIONERS' COURT. *HB STATE OF TEXAS, County of Lipscomb, IN COMMISSIONERS' COURT. We certify that we have examined the within report of lands and town lots red on the Tax Rolls of Lipscomb County, for the year 1916, which are delin- quent for the taxes of 1916 only, and find the same correct and that W. M. Hale, Tax Collector, is entitled to credit for the t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

F ;> • sgsg ■x -7-- r - T 1, ' , ; • THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT SEPTEMBER 20, 1917 ' • f::A —- lAN'S LIFE Safely Passed by Lydia ELPinkham's ble Compound. %—— r, Okla.—"1 never get tired ing Lydia E. Pinkh&m s Vege- table Compound because during Change of life I was m bed two years and had two operations, but all the doctors and op- erations did me no good, and I would nave been in my grave today had it not been for Lydia ®* Pfnkham's v eg; etable Com which brought me out of it all right, so I am now well and do all my housework, besides working in my garden. Several of my neighbors have got well by tak- ing Lydia E. Pinkhmm'sV egetable Com- pound."— Mrs. Viola. Finical, Wagon- er, Okla. Such warning symptoms as shos« of suffocation, hot flashes, headaches, back- aches, dread of impending evil, timidi sounds in the ears, palpitation of heart, sparks before the eyes, i , variable ap weakness and dizziness should be by middle-aged women. Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound has ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

gPi CiBfS*4 • If.L:- • • ''- r$tr? : r i e ii *?: • m THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT SEPTEMBER 20, 19X7 . " TOWN LOTS. state taxes COUNTY TAXES ill Name of Owner % <? ~V rJ' D 10 12 D 10 13 D 10 14 D 10 21 D 10 22 D 10 23 D 10^24 D 10 25 D 10 26 D 10 27 D 10 28 D 10 29 D 10 30 D 10 31 D 11 1 D 11 2 D 11 3 D 11 4 D 11 8 D 11 9 D 11 10 if* ' D 11 13 11 18 D 11 19 11 24 D 11 26 D 11 26 D 11 28 11 29 D 11 30 11 31 11 32 11 33 11 34 City or Town X « 8 ® s c 1 a o TO i 3 S 4) a « w V Higgins . 4 23 .15 .15 .04 Higgins 8 23 .15 .15 .04 Higgins . 9 23 .15 .15 .04 Higgins 7 36 .04 .04 .01 Higgins . 8 3b .04 .04 .01 Higgins 9 36 .04 .04 .01 Higgins 10 35 .04 .04 .01 Higgins 11 35 .04 .04 .01 Higgins . 1 36 1.60 1.60 .40 Higgins 37 .06 .06 .02 Higgins 10 37 .06 .06 .02 Higgins . 3 39 .60 .50 .13 Higgins . 4 39 .60 .50 .13 Higgins . 5 39 .50 .50 .13 Gray's Add.... . 1 1 .04 .04 .01 Gray's Add , 2 1 .06 .06 .02 Gray's Add.... . 1 2 .06 .06 .02 Gray's Add.... . 2 2 .06 .06 .02 Gray's Add .10 2 .045 .0...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

-> - is, , V m ■v% S5)fr,v-.V-. i'R. rJFV> THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT SEPTEMBER 20, 1917 sl Felt Like He Was No More Use in This World He •'•T. Declares. ELEVEN POffliBS [Regains His Health Taking Taniae and Can Now Do as Much Work as He Ever Could in His Life, He Says. "Ifa worth thousands of doll-rs to feel llfce I do now, since Tanlac has taken away the trouble that kept me in, misery for the last twenty years," said M. B. Daniel, a well-known farmer living on Boute 2 out of Abbeville, Georgia, a few days ago. . * "Whenever a man suffers as long as I did, he gets to the place where he feels like he's no more good in this world," he continued, "and that's Just the way'I hid begun to feel. Long ago I got so weak I couldn't carry on my work, for spells of stomach trouble and nervousness just made it torture for me to eat and the trouble I had wouldn't let me sleep at all. My heart would flutter and act queer Until I was afraid it would stop and I got so blue and discouraged that I...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

mv;- Wm 'M :W.~ aS •Vi ; '•£ %v. H m 15® Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now !P| ' Eat: 8PP& fef t M r'K Mr* -r nwm Jess Bussard made a swift trip to Glazier after freight Satui day. Hubert Hill was a Lipscomb visitor in from west of town Tues- day. Earl Under was in from north- east of town Tuesday aftarnoon trading. ' , Hrnry Frass passed through town Sunday foi the ranch from Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Turner were Lipscomb visitors in from east of town. ' Chance Shahan was in Glazier this morning after a load of freight with the truck. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mehlhop were in Friday from their ranch northeast of town. - P. B. Milis was a late visitor, into ' town yesteiday evening from west of here. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lynch were in frOm the ranch east of town trading Saturday. J. D. Mardock, passed through town on his way home from Glazier Monday evening. Mrs. Greenfield is enjoying a visit from a couple of her sister this week from Kansas City. Jake Sell motored ov...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

V; ii i 'ii n"r> i ••••••• i :: - ' M Fall Gardens. ~ * of Texas should by! means have Fall Gardens this i f. r£ucre have not been in tfae past so very many gardens ted in the fall in this stat? due to the facts that the weather is usually dry and vege- stables have been so cheap that Notice. I still haye a few small ranches to sell. Am handling same on a small margin and no partners to divide with.—W. E Merydith. LEGAL NOTICES. p the fall gardens did not pay. -Vegetables are going to be in de- mand this fall and winter be- cause other foods are so high. The drought, which all the South has experienced this summer, has been one of the longest in many years. Many crops have been reduced nearly 50 per cent, and some are total failure. Meats will be high because the army has to have them and will pay a large price for them. Many men now in the army who seldom ate meat in their home will have yto eat meat now in their rations or they cannot withstand the work thejj have to do. There ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

3 3 Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 27, 1917. Vol. 5,' No. 44 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest ot Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. LYCEUM TO START First Number, Satnrd y Eve- ■v ning, October 6th. A GOOD NUMBER The| Osceola Pooler Concert Compauy Will Entertain — Superb and Fine. Jts coming—the first number of the Lipscomb Lyceum course— embracing with the opening number a very pleasant feature composed of an entertaining and charming musical combination— the Osceola Pooler Concert Co. It combines most happily the variety of good things that go to make up the exceptional lyceum attraction. For often does a single company present such a choice group of entertainers. Osceola Pooler is an artist whose reportoire is exclusive, original and strictly elegant. For 'many years she has been in the foremost rank of entertain handle country it is better cattle. At the present time we have as good grade of cattle as any county...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

V B & , Ti Ft fjv MbM' 1 . • SUBSCRI Published on iriday Morning of Eacn Week —i. Entered -as - second-class matter, No- emtreS'JIO, 19f2, at the postofRce at Lips?- under. the v^ct of March 3. •4 ■** In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- • eary to send either draft, check or money orde^wlth^c^w^^^^ AdvertisitfjatI'ates 15c per sin- v sl? -C.oluJxgp inch ; front page 75c. si •V ? Among the pleasant things for Lipscomb is for everyone to be a tikiobin' 'good booster for the old \*mrv •r •* H .->h ' * JohnEdgar who has been busy the past "week taking down the Sftwtterly home In the eastern pant of - town _; took his tools opt j to the ranch north of here Monday and will start in to errecf a jpmgalo for Mr. and Mrs. B. E. ShtittefyT and when completed real pleasant country home. W* T ' *_ Die4—At the camp of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Robinson on the new ttteir youngest son, J. je age of 18 months and 11 days, Saturday evening, Sept. 22. «"%i«...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

^Tr"- £^ r . . - , v ;:"'-r^ry THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 27, 1917 =2 ' ■ ■ >-.v * . K • i^ND« ANO, LOTS DBLINQUKNT on march s18t, 1917, for the of i9i« only/in Lipscomb county. TE^S^TSXAB PlW*io s of Saction 10, Chapter 103, Laws of 1897. tounty of Upsoomb, I W. M. Hal*, Tax Collector of said Cfounty, do hereby certify that the within and town lota assessed on the Tax Rolls of said County for the year 1916, 3Uent for the taxes of 1916 only, and that I am entitled to credit for the Shown thereon. - W. M. HALE, (SEAL) * Tax Collector. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of May, 1917. P. O. BOYD, ' County Clerk Lipscomb County, Texas. certificate of commissioners' court. STATE OF TEXAS, County of Lipscomb, IN COMMISSIONERS' COURT. We certify that we have examined the within report of lands and town lots ted on the Tax Rolls of Lipscomb County, for the year 1918, which are delin- quent for the taxes of 1916 only, and find the same correct and that W. M. Hale, Tax ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 27, 1917 1 i * 'X '-Mg, PATROLMEN TO REPAIR ROADS To Keep Recently Constructed High* ways in New Hampshire in Condi- tion Many Men Are Employed. Within the last tenyears 442 miles of gravel roads have been built in New Hampshire at an average cost of $8,826 per mile. It is clear that auto travel would ruin them in a short time if they were not maintained in good condition all the time. To meet this necessity several hundred patrol- men are employed from the last of March to the first of December in patching every little run and hole that appears, in cleaning the ditches and culverts and in spreading oil lightly over the surface. Each patrolman has a section of road assigned to him and is required to furnish a one-horse wagon, a shovel, a rake, a drag and such other equipment as is needed for Ms work. If the road is not oiled it is smoothed with the drag after every rain; oiled roads do not require fre- quent dragging. The patrolmen are paid an avera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

•C.. 5= the lipscomb limelight, september 27, 1917 m — - rt % & s S £ 3 TOWN LOTS. of Owne* City or Town STATE TAXES 9 * .3 £ "3 1 r t-t i D 10 12 Unknown D 10 IS Unknown, D 10 14 Unknown r> 10 21 Unknown D 10 22 Unknown D W 28 Unknown D Iff 24 Unknown* D 10 26 Unknown D 10 26 Unknown SIO 27 Unknown 19-28 Unknown D 10 29 Unknown D 10 30 Unknown- D 10 31 Unknown D 11 1 Unknown D 11 2 Unknown I> 11 3 Unknown D-11 4 Unknown D 11 8 Unknown D 11 9 Unknown D 11 10 Unknown D 11 13 Unknown D 11 17 Unknown D 11 13 Unknown D 11 19 Unknown D 11 24 Unknown D 11 28 Unknown E> 11 2< Unknown D 11 27 Unknown D ir 23 Unknown D 11. 29 Unknown D 11 30 Unknown D 11 31 Unknown D 11 32 Unknown D 11 33 Unknown D 11 34 Unknown Higgins Biggins Higgins Higglna Higgins Higgins Higgins Higgins Higgins Higgins. Higgins. Gray's Add... Gray's Add.... Gray's Add. Gray's Add.... Gray's" Add....'. Gray's Add.... Gray's Add.... Gray's Add.... Gray's Add.... Gray'a Ad. free Gray's Add.... 4 23 .15 .15 ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 27, 1917 NS! IISALI I Guarantee "Dodson's liver Tone" Will Give You the Best,Uv«r and Bowel Cleansing You Ever Had—Don't Lose a Day's Work! Bpppp CalOtael makes you sick; you lose a day's work. Calomel Is quicksilver and it salivates; calomel injures your uver. , .,S If you are bilious, feel lazy, sluggish and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and yoor head aches or stomach is sour, Just take a spoon- ful of harmless Dodson's Liver Tone instead of using sickening, salivating calomel. Dodson's Liver Tone is real liver medicine. You'll know it next morning because yon win wake up feeling line, your liver will be work- ing; your headache and dizziness gone, your stomach will be sweet and your bowels regular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheerful; fun of vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sells you a 60-oent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under my personal guarantee that it will clean your sluggish liver better than nasty ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

: Snappy, Cfcoice and Up to Now *>r.; m Town and Country Notes Chas. Lynch was in from of town Tuesday. east Sand EB. m I • II H. A. Hill was Creek yeslerday. Mrs. Henry Stephens and son, | Pat, were in from north of town j Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mekee were Lipscomb visitors yerter- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McDonald | were in from the ranch Saturday evening trading. * Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wright j were Lipscomb visitors, of west! of town Tuesday. • W. P. and Sam Hill were in from Sand Creek Monday for a short time trading. F. C. Gex was in from north- west of town yesterday for a time aUendihg to business. ' j Mrs. F. C. Guy was in from southeast of town attending ser- vices at th« Cou/t room. N.« B. Fry was in from his nobby lanch north or town yes- terday evening for a few hours trading;, j . /Mr. and Mrs. J. R. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Linder were in from northaast of town Satuday evening. • c "Dude" Bussard was over from the town of Glazier Saturday evening visiting wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 September 1917

St . wmt isp& i W&m^ Wmm? %• } ~V £g& r*;. $. ti S&* fc£! V- \ -?■; • - ■ ^ £. ;.- ' . s S&8 lis :'«■* R 3f&; ■HllR&j ' 7",. : t&iteJslfll *$a$8 - '-*k ■ £ fe Ef f . liSSSIt :.'&v :^$«S§?M3P Implements That Pay. > The use of good farm lmple- me«ts*is fa.- mope important in successful farming than it wotild at first appear. Much has been said about the labor good imple- ments save. This is well. Per- haps many of us have not realiz- ed how much labor our imple* ments can save. But there is another and a stronger reason for using improved Implements, that of increasing the yield of fctops. Most of us are perfectly will- ing to expend labor if it pay?. We d«i not, in other words, care so much about the labor of our hands as we do the income of it. We have labored for sale and what we want is to get as much for it as possible. Improved im- plements enable us to make labor count, or to express it differently, get a good price for our Tabor. There ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 October 1917

x-- '"V. 1BS®3S£ v.**I2 -: ' ' Z;% gSR te#6.;. ■'■ ^ET" V / .' • | ' •■ : ■ lft&. •, > y rnmmm 1 ' -V' IfS- 111111 ■ ,*i 1 111 mill ■ dH iWli 3S^£; Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 46 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. that you would about your boy. She wants that boy back. Won't you help her bring him back? There aie thousands of American mothers feeling badly today. Millions of French and English mothers, longing for their boys. i Husbands too, have gone by ' the million to fight for their coun- PLEASED AUDIENCE I try and yours, for YOUR protec- / tion. Don't you sympathize with ~ ~ these women? Your husband is Star'Combination not perfect, sometimes you get A FINE NUMBER S-< V / - ' ' •• • ' " • Osceola Pooler Concert Co., Better Than Advertised. NO ONE FORGOTTEN New War Tax Will Get on All Sized UW llets.'" in on whisky is $2.10 per gallon and on b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 October 1917

yrt; t UPSC SUBSGRI ;50 A YEAR PBSS r%V sw. Thursday Morning of Eacn Week © 0 —^ master, No- tofftce at L.ipp- Teias, under the Act of March 3 ' *•> ... - In ord«t to guarantee the publication ^5f foreign advertisements it will bo neces- sary to &en<K&§*t"riraft, check or money rates 15c' per sin- front page 75c. life i I KS MM -j ii fe Mi W - >' i; I w> w You Pay Your Debts. Of course you do. Why? You rtroM turn rascal, and possibly "gtfF'-awfc^ with it." You pay yoiiP^Mits b&attsef you want the yo&r fellow men. to yofc*pafd your debt yo^^ufttffy? You have been running yp a bfH 'with Uricf^ Sam for years. H£'<haspf©t«cted you, educated ytftP,' gilded' you and your pre^etfty ,l'edtlfeated your children, and today he is fighting a death struggle with a fellow who would robr and murder you if only he couft«<£ ^fe-yoiu NowUi*fcle>vSaifc* wants you to dig down and loan him some mdoey'.. «hat are you going to do about it? Tell him you "can do better" ...

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