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

• * .• ••>>>: N .•> ■ :r-A «• Cj, z$ i Km 111* W B-erald—Vol . 4. \o. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 22 Official Paper of "Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and I/ipBOomb County Meet a Great Success X- " MW3, .. Although Handicapped by Bad Weather the Athletic Sports Went According to Schedule With One Excep- tion—Many Schools Were Represented. ~ - : •" M The iwo days Interscholastic j which they took. Id the cipher ing, spelling and declamation congests a great deal of interest was taken by the entire people p ^F.ent. The declamations were delivered in fine shape and those who won the medals had some- thing to feel proud of. In the essay contest the Miss Hills of the Lipscomb school won a great deal of praise besides the prizes, Miss Eva winning second ere and third at Amarillo which takes in the whole district. This for one thin# shows up ver\ credible for the Lipscomb schools within its self demon- stat...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 April 1916

, ., v - ■:''' " •■•it ' 4 < : : ■ :. :-r ••" "i- 't - £ fgL - ~ - s V MB LIKE LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 gt>~Y-7. Published on Thursday Mt>rning of vEach Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Bntered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. "a' • * In order to ^jarauie© publi- cation of for^gn advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. m Advertising rates 12£c per inch tingle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. V ;.m t ANNOUNCEMENTS. V- FOR DISTRICT .1UDGE We are authorized to announce the name of us, or : W. R. trict, s cratic Miami, a8 a candidate for rict judge of the 31st Judicial to/the action of the Demo- Fury 22nd, 1916 " FOR COUNTY JUDGE I again tender to the oounty my services as re-elecifchin at your hands. W. H. Sewell. FOR COUNTY AND CLERKi DISTRICT I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-eleetion to the office of county...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 April 1916

" r ggp®:% • ."-*' •; • W~M = — m | STATEMENT " * ' of the ownership, management, circulation, etc., required by the aojt o f congress of August 24,1912 of Lipscomb Lime Light publish- ed weekly at Lipscomb, Texas for April 1st 1916. State of Texas, ) 8S Countyjoi Lipscomb, ) Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State an i county aforesaid, personally appeared C. A. Skaggs, who, having been duly sworn according to law, de- pQses and says that he is the editor, owner, publisher oi the Lipscomb Lime Light and that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, mangement (and if a daily paper, the circulation), etc., of the afore- said publication for the date shown in the above caption, re- quired bj^ the Act of August 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit: 1. That the names and address of the publisher, editor, managing editor and business managers ar*: —0. A. Ska...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 April 1916

-- - ~s. . a*. - n 4 >• ■JSmmsWESm -• Js i- ®pa| I LOCAL OVERFLOW. as the world advances educa- tion becomes more and more an absolute necessity in sooial and commercial life. Without it but slight success in eith r will be achieved We need a whole soul ed campaign in the interest of 1 our schools, for in the efficieocy of oar educatioua 1 system lies to a great extent the future of our children and our children's child- ■ • i.jen. • We are located on 2nd Street, just across ^rom the Panhandle ^Lumber yard. We hava a full stock of furniture, barb wire, poultry,netting, hog fence, and nail* and will have in stock the latter part of the week a full line of ^hardware—We invite your patronage and will strive to please you in both quality and . price.—The Gerlach Mercantile Co., Canadian, Texas. 221 Bgp^, -I.;-. We need spiritual as well as mental development, for without it we cm not hope to attain that degree of manhood and woman- hood which our expanding intel lects demand. Good ch...

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

* Come to the Every Friday Good Music.* *000(1 Order ♦♦.For Good People B C. W. YOUNGBERG Glazier—In Charge SMfcfe-' m p gg?~| ; gswcfc- mi m ?*.- i" sjss*- Itllll a&rf •• WaB&r. At - iSSE! afcJfc Music and Best Friends. Thus music, the first,l ist, best, most constant of our friends . among fine arts, meets us at the threshold of life with gentle car- essing voice, soothes, encourages, cheers and strengthens us through all its manifold experi- ences, inspires us to the loftiest endeavers, quickens ai d stimu- • late 8 our purest, deepest emotions, sympathetically echoes oar very 'mood and experience and leaves reluctantly at laot only when its soft solem harmonies have muffled the clang of the iron portals of the tomb. Or, does it leave us even then? Who lean speak with authority? We an otly q )t 3 bh-tf in.all dreams and ^pictures of the hereafter, music is only one 6f the fine art? a place. We do not hear of p6ets writing and reciting great verses or of artests painting p...

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

V , ' • i ■'■ f. • ^ >- j. . -*5;.-•*'-c--^•■ -.••-, -s.-gt-Sitfer *^firGZS'i .~~T~ i v* ic'f'. *' ~* . imk,' <$? &2$&&* W^S^:;5t^ m j>- |% -.*< 1' 1 't1 'I1 ■§■ 41 'I' "i1 'f 1 ■I" 'I1 I will offer at Public sale at my place, 5ix miles west and one mile south of Lipscomb, One mile south of Kelley's ranch, on «> , «• i • • < . i i i • < «• « «• « i i II || I j Thursday, April 20 11 ; ;; !! !!, : x The following described property, to-wit: + J IS Horses.and Mules > « 8 head of good milk cows, some Durham and Jersey, all good milkers; 4 two- year-old heifers; 7 good Whitd Face stock cows, some with calves by side; 1 good * graded White Face yearling bull; 2 calves coming yearlings. * ** : | - i j Farm Machinery, Etc. One disk harrow; 1 drag harrow; 5 cultivators; 1 wheat drill; 4 listers; 4 lister sleds; one 14-inch gang plow; 2 sulky plows; | 3 mowing machine?;l jake; one Deering 12 foot header, in good shape; 2 barges; 1 garden drill; 1 seven-toot...

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

4#'" ;C-" ' : ; v * • v Jfc;# £ :> -- • m and Country Notes I 311 Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. f ♦ ♦ ♦ ■!■ ■!■ ■!■ ■!■ ■!■ 4"fr ■!■ ■> ♦ <■ ■!■ ♦ ■!■ ■!■ ■!■ ♦ ■!■ ♦ ■!■ >!■ i'• • ■"■* ' : Shady Martin went to Glazier after eement yesterday. W. P. Hill was in from Sand yesterday on business. Poke Tucker came in Tuesday evening with a load of freight. ' ! ' C-" *% and Mrs. F. L Parks Wm, :-r in from Fifth Creek Rriday Dude Bussard came in Tues- # day evening from Glazier with a load of freight. J. W. Kelley, of Higgins was town Tuesday shaking hands his old friends here. Mrs. Au id rich, of Higgins, was over the first of the week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sh utter- ly! . -.r ^2 • • ' 6 * • • Mr. aud Mrs. Geo. Tubb, of Canadian,were in town yesterday visiting with friends for a short Wm r -r* A. Hill and two of is daughters, Ethel and Bessie, were in from Sand Creek trading Monday. Wm. tiester, agent for the thwestern Silo ...

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

i^fsj§*hk'*s WtM- I |f#fei A jjfip v ~ *c •*"''■ -■ - ^ "?>. i . v -;,. ...... ■■ • •■ '..vt... ,;u >i-- • . •.■£•'-"*•••. i:3JSa 3S55g%$ :' '•"' i. ■ ■je -fit ?je . * «• *:■. v i In Higgins Town. In a trip to Higgins yesterday through the courtesy of Geo. B. 1 Owen, the efficient proprietor of Hotel Higgins and also the mail carrier the editor had the plea- sure of taking a. "birds-eye" view of Higgins by day light. Having dropped off at the Word Bros., drug store we were usher- e i into tbe lighting plant where a great many changes have been made to better the conditons of that particular part of the im- provements and the next thing was the Pastime theatre where a complete change i<< being made, The floor space has been utilized for regular opera style and the last man in the house will have the same good view as the first while tbe piano will be heard from a "deep dark pit" to the front. A balcony at the rear also fitted with opera chairs completes tbe seating equipm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

sb&. </:.s gaa*g&4? 1' i £11 >- :• wmMm 11 • ' ^ Ifes-. - -j : " J- - ?S mill Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APE&L 20, 1916 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lrt psoomb Cbanty VOL 4 NO. 23 m hor Good Roads ">r GOODWIN IN BRE1F. Loealizeiin Paragraph—Latest Doing's Aught on tae Fly. By Mrs. H. B.— '?• -lis Saturday, May 13th the Day for $75,000.00 Road Bond Election—A Needed Necessity in Lipscomb county y.' ._ - - ; • i . / '/ • - ' —Every Voter Should Vote For Them. Another opportunity will be presented to th< people of Lip- scomb county on Saturday, May 13th to decide as tq whether they will have better roads or not. It m*: l§jf| C } a subject that had ought to in • .1 A 'v fcerest every person in the county —good roads, do we need them? Does a dock need watei? Well, we should reckon and plenty of it and so does the people need good roads and plenty of them. The other evening t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

. -?*7 ^ - . ~V-" ' -* - ;;-! •:■>••■ - ---"ym «%WM rr~ ~;lPTlON, THE YEAR, $1.00 BK|||p! cilied on Thursday Morning of Each Week O. A SKAGGS, Publisher jred as second-class maimer, tnber 20, 1912, at the post- at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. -' ■' rl In order feo $marau4e§ thepnbli- •ation of foreign advertisements ill be necessary to send either m3 draft, check or money order with Advertising rates 12^0 per.inch column measure; front Locals 5c per line. ANNOUNCEMENTS. DISTRICT JUDGE eo*nty, I beg to say that I feel that I can meet the test for office holding—I know I am com- petent, T feel that I am worthy, and should you be pleased to commit this trust to my hand, I promise that your county funds -hall be kept with scrupulous care and honesty, Respectfully, O. F. Gragg. 1 hereby aunounce myself as a candidate for the office of County Treasurer of Lipscomb county, subject to the wi'l of the voters at the coming November election. John Edgar. LaKemp Whispers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

gag Enipill ^P.i'.r-a'- W-&F &\ K—sr " LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Bj •■: '?■' ' mm- m: ESj Jail g^3sQEf.-.V: jji • .- t - ■ U€ w: SlliS^ WSH&S&%£- - What are you going to do Kaster Sunday? Go into a church and down. Stay sit until the end of the service and keep your ears open and youi mind on what the preacheY is saying. Then go home and think over wh it he had to say. Don't give his words just a passing thought and then let your mind slide back into the old financial grove. Take his discourse subject and analyze it thoroughly. Pick out the good points and study thim minutely as you discover them. You can spend several hours very pleasantly in this work, and at the end of that time you' may be amazed at the feeling of peace and contentment that pervades your being. You will find that are many years, and when pass from memory their value practically ceases to exist, to church Easter! Set an ex- to the young people of your family and of other people's familes. Let themf judge y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

' - fju ' The State of Texas. Sheriff or Any Constable of Lipscomb County, Greeting: John J. Bozartb, administrator o! the estate of Benjamin B vSozarth, deceased, having filed in oar county court his rinal ac- count of the condition of. the estate of said Benjamin li. Boz arth, deceased, together with an application to be discharged from said administration, you are here- by commmajded that by publi cation of this writ for twenty days in newspaper regularly publish- ed in the Countv of Lipscomb, to ^ive due notice to all persons intersted in the account for final s^ttlemeut of said estate to file tbeir objections thereto, if any they have, on or be- fore the May term, A. D. 1916 of said county court com- mencing and to be holden at the c0i3H$ hfcMase of said county in the . Town of Lipscomb on the 15th day of May, A. D. 191f5, when said accout and application will be considered by said court. Witness P. O. Boyd, clerk of the County Court of Lipscomb County. Given «mde]> my baud ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

C. W. YOUNGBERQ Glazier—In Charge LOCAL PARAGRAPHS cesMri ent dv Last Saturday evening the local lodge of L O (). i?\ put on work in the Becoud and Third and pulled off one a little more pleasanter than for some time. After the S coud was finished a re ra? declared and th >se pres put on their brad fear and left for Hotel Lipscomb where they participated in a fine spread perpared for the special occasion after which they returned to the hall and worked a candidate through in the Third. One fea- ture that added to the pleasantry of the occasion was the fact that the local lodge of I. O. O. P. of Hoggins assisted is the work and also made life merry at (he dining ta&le. The brothers were all a jolly lot and apparently seemed i to enjoy the treat put up by our Odd Fellows hugely. The work was finished about one o'clock aad the fctiggins boy.-) departed for home feeling pretty well pleaded with the eveniugs euter- taiomeut. This week Lime Light is in receipt of a letter from onr ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

v: m, '^ItSiSn I mf^w *v-ggf mwmm The Crocheting1 Horror. itor: What ck we do to this growing wave of in- nperance thac is sweeping over our land enguiting our women - and girlB, making nervous wrecks of them and bidding fair in time to^our happy homes? I refer to th* crochet habit f .My wife was a good cook — would be .still u she could stop caoehefcing louj euou^i to put her mind on the .dinner. . She sits down after breakfast ith Her ball of cotton and cro chet l&edle and rocks and cro- have trimmed everythiug from & bedspread to -a wash rag with qrochet How do we ku«>.v that they will not begin on our clothes next?—Tyler County Journal. 02F,.,- 1 chets until almost dinner time, "L ?. stops-long enough tp telephone For a loaf <>f bread. When ihe bread comes she opens a can of soup or something and we have a jf. Time was if she saw me look- ■ ing for my hat she was on h^r feet instantly, and flew about until she found it, and brought it to me. But now when I ask '...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

mwm w? - ■" .■ - *. hi ' •.: ESrjfcfe 5t j ■ ifer SIE PcS WSk: li as ' ' .'.'«' ' l','l',1,' .' ,' I1 I ********** MUM. WWW . . I ...♦« 1H 11111111 H 11 H ' Town and Country Notes I Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to £ Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. * ■!■ ■!■ ■!■ ■!> ■!■ 4* ■!■ >b ■§■ ■!"§■<■ ■!■ ft ■> <■ ■!■ ftft* • 4 F. E. Stevens tradiDg. wan ia Saturday Jiin Creek Wolf Sand 5g&?-; ; was in from Saturday trading. Sam Hunter and T M Scott was in from ^outheait of town Monday. W. P. Hill weut to Glazier on business Saturday and returned later in the evening. r Dave Write went up in Ochil- tree county Tuesday morning and returded in the evening. Hank Bu sard drove in from the Duke ranch northwest of town Saturday evening to visit with the folks at home after a week's turning sod. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mitchell and children of Higgins, and A F. Browu of LaKemp, Okla., passed through towu on Monday afternoon after a pleasant visit in the north end of the county a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 April 1916

LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Spring is coming on and it' is quite time for ^us to get busy and push the agitation forgood roads —for the best roads in this whole section of the state. Nothing much will be a complished if only a few do# the talking. It .need8 a general talkfest, with everybody talking and demanding bottfer roads at the same time. When the noise gets loud enough some one will hear it and then we will get the road improvements we so greatly need. The,fact that you may live in town is no reason why you should not talk foi* road improvement Better country roads mean just, a* much to the town man as they do to the farmer, for what*s pood for out is of, eq'ial v alue to ft)- other. If we want to keep j ane -with other comfionnities h> this state we must have bettei r' aiih*. Hauliug produce to ma. ft over heavy roads is not a pro fit able business to any farmer, : JU*<t we don't waufc an-riling ii tin- comminiii. fiat does no: b^gm au i e * 1 ^rith profit We can talk learnedly o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 April 1916

mm Mm Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COCJNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 24 Wm §§§ B it Official Paper of Lipsoomb Couniy Texas^-Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and I/ipeoonrb Ckxraty Good Roads Bonds up to Vote Saturday, May 13 There is Nothing Needed Worse Than Good Roads to the Railroad Towns—Everybody of Voting Ability Should Support This Worthy Enterprise. Bat about two weeks yet re- main before S$ur<Jay May 13th— the day when Lipsccomb county citizens will be called on to- ex press themselves at the polls in regard to the $75,000 00 Road Bonds—it is to be hoped that every voter in the county that is entitled to scratch a ballot will "let her go zip" in favor of the proposition. There is-no place in the Panhandle that is in greater need of good roads than Lip- scomb county. It is well favored with hridges, bat the roads, they are one of the things which have for some length of time been f needed, not only among the farm- ing and ranch element bn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 April 1916

V: i* ". SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning Tr of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Eriitered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under flie Act of March, 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign adverti semen ts it will be necessary to sand either draft, check or money order with copy- Advertising rates 12-Jc per inch lingh* colninn measure; front page 50/. Locals 5c per line. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOB DISTRICT JUDGE IXr .......... _ W RHBwfotf, of 'Miami, as a candidate for the office of district judge of the 31st Judicial District, subject to the action of the Demo- cratic Primary, July 22nd, 1916 " )R COUNTY JUDGE ; again tender to the oounty my services as unty Judge for the two years beginning jvember 7th, 1916. If you think I have faithful and efficient, i shall approciate leciti'n at your hands. w h. 8ewell. COUNTY ;rk. AND DISTRICT lereby announce myself as a candidate for otion twthe office ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 April 1916

m ISS 118 LOCAL OVERFLOW. §9[2 The J. 'S. White Lyceum Cdnrse of Kansas City made ar- rangements here yesterday for a coarse of entertainment to begin in Oetober. This is another good feature for the fall and win- ter months and will famish good instructive amusement for oar yoang people, as well as the old. as nothing but specialists in their separate and different lines are on the circuit. After vSSf being a HH& mf: confined to his room for a couple of weeks Chance Shahan we are pleased to relate is once more able to be out and strutting around in a yet vfoeble but good natured way. Mrs. H. H. Hurlhey returned Tuesday morning from Higgins where she has been visiting with her mother for a few days. Take it in—The Lonely Social Glub at the Union church, Fri- day evening, May 5th. "Bob" McDonald was in from the raneh northwest of town this morning. J. C. Wegan was in from the Sand Creek oountry thi* morn- ing. ' Notice to Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate of ) John Stibb*, D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 April 1916

■S& For District Attorney. We are authorized this week to announce the name of J. A. Holmes cf Miami, Texas, as a candidate for the office of Dis- trict Attorney of this district sub- ject to the action of the democra- tic primary, July 22nd, 1916. Mr. Holmes is well known to many of the voters of this county, who know of his integrity as . a man and bis qualifications to fill this important office. We take pleasure in quoting the following from the Miama Chief of a few issues back. 4'Mr. Holmes is by no means a stranger to the • peo trict will make no mistake in electing him nm:r District Attar ney. We ask at your hands a careful consideration of bis can- didacy for this office." If elected, we feel sure that he will fill the office credibly and tbat the people will not regret haviu^ placed mm there. One of the things that is at the present time agitating the Lime Light editor's mind, is when Lipscomb will have a school board ready for business. The only candidate that will ser...

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