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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 May 1916

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 May 1916

w * v S^SSSK&K:- * ■ SESK LOCAL OVERFLOW. In t-hses days of liigh prices and expensive living it behooves us to guard the pennies with a far seeing eye. Bad pennies sometimes return, but good ones seldom do. It there becomes our duty, when we part with a good penny, to secure the greatest pos- sible returns for it Lost pennies soon mount iato dollars, and the r'.'iV' ' vanshing dollar blazes tue way to poverty and eventual nowhere. You can save the pennies and retain the dollars if you will read carefully each week the advertise ments in thi3 paper. Tney will tell you at which stores you can get get the best bargains, where quality if of 4he best aud price is at the minimum, where your true interests lie w.hen you go out to spend the money that comes to you from hour5? of heavy atfd un- oeasing toil* None of us may hope to save all that we earn, for we must live, and it takes money these days to even exist. We must spend a good portion of our earnings, often all of them and the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

t ;« i Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 27 - wmmm Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb Coaoty — "r.' >• ws 1111 JHansford, Ochiltree and Lipscomb County Representatives Assemble at the Court House Here in one of Most Hns 1MB#: Harmonious Efforts Tried for Railroad. ite * ford . "** ■ • Talking about railroad meet- ings, last Thursday afternoon after Lime Light had went to . press an assembly of railroad oommittees from Ochiltree, Hans- and all parts of Lipscomb county met in one harmonious body at the Court Houses-one a'clock. It in reality reminded one of the days back two and three years ago when the Gordon and Hobbs, railroad promoters of wide reputation were in these on a similar errand but on entirely different plao. The meeting this time in the place of meeting for the purpose of rais- ing bonuses only craved a right of way across the county. From ♦-very participant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

mm , wspsi LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of fiJach Week ! I wish to announce that I urn a candidate | for the office of sheriff and tax collector, subject to the will of the voters at the elec- I tion November next. Your support appreci- ated. E, L, Belden. C. A. SK4GGS, Publisher Entered as'second-class matter, November 20, 1912,'at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under ihe Act of March 3, 1879. In order to gparanies fcbepubli- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary ty send either draft, pheck or money order with copy. Advertising rates 12£c per inch tingle column measure; front page &0c. Locals 5c per line. ANNOUNCEMENTS. K b\)li DISTRICT JUDGE We are .authorized to announce the name of WVR. Evring, 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." * FOR DCSTRIJT ATTORNEY We are authorized this week to ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

iiflPP W £5is- , "/ "'^' •' ' £?r ■ >3*ki *s. «-2j5 Treasurer's Quarterly Report. Of the Assets, Expenditures and Indebtedness of Lipscomb County, Texan, for tfn Quarter Ending April 30th Day of A D., 1916: _.„ ^ r t JURY FUND, 1st Class \ To Airiount in hands of Treasurer, beginning of Quar $1871.39 To amount of Treas,v Corns. 85.41 To Amount Received^duiing Quarter, 3277.79 Bj amount transferred from other Funds 1000.00 By Amount Paid out during Quarter, Exhibit <4A," 139.00 By Am*t per ct. Commission on Am't rec'd, " " paid out, By Amount to Balance 3924.77 5149.18 5149.18 Balance 3924 77 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND 2nd CLASS. ount in hands of Treas. beginning of Quar 1323.08 To Amount of Treas. Corns. To Amount Received during Quarter, amount transferred from other funds \j Amount paid out, during Quarter Ex. "B" Am't per ct Commission on Am't rec'd " " " paid out, Amount to Balance, ; ; <'*~* ■' Balance 130.64 1318.10 3062 77 3908 60 11364 71 5703.95 5703.95 1664 71 GENERAL C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

GDOOWIN IICREIF uvofuizdd in Paragraph—Latest Doings aught on tae Fly. Frank Kolande* spent Sunday with Mr. Carver. Mr. and -Mrs Fi*d NieJens called on Mr. and Mrs Behrns Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kinzeltand children spent last Sunday at the Lohman home. Martin Mandalek, of Lips1- comb, Toxas, called on John Be- ll rens Sunday evening. F -w " * - ^ i Mrs. Carver and children, of Glazier, Texas, spent last Thurs- day with their son, E. C. Car and wife. Miv bhijji* left Tuesday for his home near Nash, Ok la., after spending several weeks with re lativos here and in Shattuck. Mr. and Mrs. Lohman and son, of Alva, are spending a few days with their sons and brothers, Fred and Martin at the present time. Mrs, J. N. Jackson, Mildred and Clarence of Fargo., Okla., on their return irom Hoover, Texas stopped acd called on their son and brother, ,Glen and other friends, Mrs Jaeob Weber and sons AVilbert and Virgle were s6en in town last Tuesday, Mrs. Weber left us some sad news, telli...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

wm. % sis t- Jllp Hi •*M m Commercial League organizes. Last ^Friday evening a mass meaning was called at tho Court House for the purpose of organiz- ing a Commercial League and one of the principal objects was to better the civic conditions of Lip- scomb and incidentally to work ,in co-operation with the Railroad committee. Upon motion the iallowing officers were elected: President, Judge W. H Sewell; Vice Presi- sS&l WiBS&Gr 1® .•'i'.- - V.' dent, T\ A. Lamastefij Secretary, A. R. Turner and Treasurer, Geo. W. Long. The following committees were appointed:^ On entertainment o'f the Canalian Boosters the 23d, obe Wfcffeat, T. A. Lemaster nd Geo W. Long. The Committee to adopt by- ws and constitution, were P. O. xoyetl, W. M. Hale, jr., and Sid ran. he railroad department was in the hands of Geo. W. pngand Sid Burran. - The object of a Commercial for Lipscomb or an organiz- on similar has been one of the gs which Lime Light has been working on for beHer than years and only i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

isp — j - " LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Everybody's winning in this war, and everybody's losing. Work it out yourself. The fellow who is always look- ing for a sinecure seldom gefca be- yond the first syllable. With the women in tha British isles outnumbering the men by 2,100,000, whatr would yon con- sider a fair market price for a husband? Bam Shahan ■ came in from Grand, Ok!a , last night fo a few dP.ys visit with his parents and other friendi and relatives in this man's town? We like to imagine at times that we are some diplomat, and now we are going to relate a little incident just by way of inducing you to hand us a compliment or two-rpreferably two. A veiy charming and popular lady ask ed us who we considered the most Jf beautiful woman in town, and we promptly told her that our wife is the most beautiful woman in the world and that she is a per feet prototype of our dear one. Please hei? It did! Then she j wanted to know the name of the homelist man, and we readily acknowledge the flin...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

•r' ■ ' A Vi: • • rv ••-"•a. . '•_ . ' t '¥ ■ : Town and Country Notes n > • •-. * • } . M i —— 4.4* :|f 4*4* * l ft ;i Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Geo Rexius was in from north east of towq yesterday trading. A. Walton, liviug east of town ■ •• was a Higgins Visitor Tuesday. vam 011 m M. L. Boto, of Shadelaud, was in town Saturday for a short time y* . Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lynch j* SPKlS were business visitors in the burg Monday. "Bob" McDoneld was in tligr o- gins a couple, of day.s the first of the week on business L. Schwendener, oj Shat- k, O&la., was in our town for short time Tuesday. . Davie Wright was in town ^Tuesday visiting with friends and doing some trading J. W. Douglas and son, J. W. autoed over to Glazier yesterday afternoon on busi ness. W. P. Cope was in from north- . east of town last Sunday after- noon for a short time. . . £ ■ - ' — Fred Parks and R J. Wilson were in from Gat Creek Monday afternoon looking after-b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 May 1916

§1 r> . j^" ~ ~fe ''. I-* ' ^ Sir ■, "^■-t'r - - PARAGRAPHS iw |k'*;. Thursday af t e r n o o n finished the last eight months > T' SB of schpol in the Lipscomb 1. Prof and Mrs. I. C. om departed for Canyon and Miss Laura Sibley the kindergar- ten teacher'will remain at home for * time while the pupils have been figuring out new plans and cations for some good pool ein the finny tribe dwell, and teachers all have put fn '• term of zealous and hard work delving into the mys- teries of school work until a much needed rest will be greatly eoiated by all. Lime Light sin its best wishes toward a y l good string of pleasant do during the period while the Panhandle sun sbines. T h e srsbool bell has ceased to ring for a time until tba chilly months of tall appear. It creates a lone- liness that prevails different than any other, the little kiddies are missed, the young ladies and the big ''Kilo" are not discussing on who will "pass" and tne in- sfcructors are oft the scene of social ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

A -•*2 lisOi® K f/^'* wBSSm ~M K iB! w. ilfc fefc'-;: ■*2>Mg ;*•?! Burald- 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 28 ===== Fv,< i|v Sffl^PpP:! I K2r^-„:^#^ty ■ Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Ltpseomtb Caaaty ft* dlan Boosters Here on LaKemp Whispers. Several Short Talks Made by cial League Extends the TEhemselves High m- Prominent Men....Commer- Glad Hand and Show Class Entertainers. Tuesday morning—May 23d— Canadian Booster train pame from Glazier on schedule time listing of 26 cars and ^filled 76 of Canadian'siiveJt and jolly aggregation. Jess iard and i\ A. Lemaster of town acted aB pilots for the. train that came into town at ely.gait. They put on the " on Main street at the Li£s- imb Drug Co.'s store where the land olher occupants unload- * the music started - oat in iter of th^ street. - first thing out after th first stran of music was the ad- dress of welcome preseuted by County Jud...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

v- p 3k.- 'yt.J KB I aUBSCKlPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 PtibHfllied on Thursday Morning ofi Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under $ie Act of March 8, 1879. ' ■ ■ •• In order to gparanies fcfoepubli- cation of foreign ad e*iisements kit will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with **py Jidvertiafing rates 12jc per inch liugle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 6c per line. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR DISTRICT JUDGE We are authorized to announce the name of W. R. Swing, 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, 19ltf.; We are authorized to announce the name of Frank Willis of Canadian as a candidate for the officc of District Judge of th 31st Judicial district, to succed himself subject to the act ion of the democratic primary 'July 22d, 1916. •FOR DtsTRIOT ATTORNEY We are a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

' - i< f v •4 §£^4 g -<^4 '" *•« liH ■■#ssHl ' "ViC ■ wtrnm M LOCAL OVERFLOW. hi Bi b'gosl . * A\,r It begins EPS.^y -« ^ i'saa r.4at- ■ 1 St'-' gP «£ ti- ll the ha's continue to pile into the presidential ring we will soon have uo one leit but favor- ite sons. Perhaps, though those border r aids are just neighborly calls from our dear friends on the other side. lip. matter who they marry, some men always remember the first girl they ever loved. Other's >sh, forget which one it'was. to look as though the crowned heads of Europe had grabbed a great big bear by the tail and don't know how'to let go. Having failed in hi* announced determination to kick the American army out of Mexico, the only remaining thing now for Obregon to do is tb kick some sense into Carranza Tke clerk in the Tax Collectors office informs Lime Light that thos^ owning lots in the town of Lipscomb should get their back taxes paid before June 1st to avoid publication fees after being turned to the publishe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

,—. K. & 0. to Connect With M. K. & T. at Forgan, Okla ofthe latest in railroad that we have gleaoed with- he past week is that the C. K. & 0. is to cocnect with the fit. K. & f, at Forgae'. Here is what the Scott City (Kan.) Re Ucan gjE m says; V'G. Hale, of St, Louis, vice resident of the M K. & T. By., L. West, of Dallas, Texas, ic Manager of the M. K; & T. F. Lonnbloch, Cheif En- >r of the M. K. & T. were in ►ttiCifcy Saturday having driven an to from Forgan, Okla., the •them terminus of their road €ti er the proposed route to con- lt the C. K. & Q. and M. K fc>'. systems, for a conference. . with F. S. Yantis, General Man- of the C. K & Q J P. No and F. A. Gillespie, general la^er abd treasurer of the len City Surgar Company >inpained them. *'The Wichita Falls & North- ern railroad in operation Dennison, Texas, to Forgan lahoma is a part of the M. K. T. system which has a line i-anning to the Gulf, and the pur- pose of the trip m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

-|g| ;3sl / •; i. iSfev •" I . Birthday Party. "And truly—pleasure seems not half so sweet In any grade of life or station; As when we're taken bj sur- pries." Our people have a most happy custom of working up one of these surprises to celebrate some- body's birthday; and the way they succeed,' must repute the general idea that a woman can not keep a secret. Covertly, the word is passed around, and by clever engineering a home is en- tered while the inmates aie away. All avilable space is converted into a big dining table which sooi* begins to groan under the weight of good things crowd- ed upon it. All the while, the host of friends gather bringing their baskets of delicious viands, and gleefully awaiting the ap- pearance of their unsuspecting, much honored .victim. The latest recipient of this birthday surprise s Mrs. W. H. Sewell, who on returnng home last Sunday found that it was not a "railroad meeting" but her birthday which explained such a large gathering at hdr home.' Throu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

IP-- "■ EK£KK:SES®v : "'Sf'-.'iv,- ■ ■ ;•; f iT §i- ■ > ;• «M = a ♦ 48 £ I M ♦ ;«•> ► u... < h <H. •I* 'X* 'I* 'I' 'I* *1' *1' 'I1 '!■ 'I1'W* 'J* 'J 'X* •!* *1' 'I* 'X*' Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Pit the Minds of Busy Readers. >SSSp . ; w-^s: J®! from Miss May Moore was iu east of town Monday noon. F. 0. Say , of southeast of town was trading in the bjiirg yester- day. t. Mrs. J. B Wright, of Cana- dian, came over Tuesday to visit with her son, Davie,'an 1 Mr. and Mrs. Chas Lynch east of town. H R Hill was in from Sand •4S Creek Tuesday with a load of ce- ment for the new Cout House which he brought out from Glaz- ier. * Davie Wright went over to ° Canadian Friday evening to take in the commencement exercises and visit frith friends and rela- - He returned Saturday. *ir: '"■i [ tires. \ ' The Lipscomb base ball boys went to Ochiltree Tuesday to hand out a game of bail on the diamond at tjiat place, and it's QO dream, they come hom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 May 1916

■ - «*v> ]BftKy&? ; jm = ' . ■ 5#SJ^_ r ^ US . t Lipscomb Plays Ball. Lipscomb again met String Town, Sunday with the avowed purpose redeeming themselves, weich they did in a very decided manner. Many reports iiad been received of the ability of the Mitchell Brothers, String Town new battery, and it waa thought they would be able to give us a close game. But it was once more demonstrated that a reput ation will not always win without a liberal supply of "stuff" and as this seemed to be rather limit- ed, it was impossible for them to withstand the attack of our bat- tars, who faced them to etire before .the end -of the game. Keffer was also hit mighty bad and it looked pretty blue for us when daring the first inning he was touching for three hits, one a home run, but he kept the hits well scattered for the remainder _ of the game and permitted them to score only twioe more. L. Bussard batted in true Benny Kanff style failing only once to get a hit. B. Hill also starred at bat,...

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

Herald Vol. 4. No. 12 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COONTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 29 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and IipBoanrb County fj ■ Lipscomb Beginning To be a Busy Town it,. Getting Material on Ground for New Court House...Jess , i Bussard Erecting Air Dome and J. S. Bussard i Building a New House in South Lipscomb. mm ■aggrs mK'l Lipscomb tbis summer is be- ginning to bulge Over with enter- prise and ttirift. The mechani- cal <Stists are beginning to as- semble for the purpose of begin- ning work on the new $35,000 court house, the lumber is on the ground to do the concrete mould- ing in and the sand is commenc- ing to come from the nearby vicinity and - the constructors with nothing prevnting will be at work within a day or two. An- other glimpse down the line of progressiveness and.we can boast of another residence going up in the southeast part of town and which when complete will be the property of J. IS. Bussard...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 June 1916

mm. :b limelight I8CRIFTION, THE YEAH, $1.00 iblished on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publishek ^.jred as second-class matter, embeT 20, 1912, at tbe post- at Lipscomb, Texas, under Act o! March 3, 1879. | • T- ' — In order to guarantee fehepubli- ition of foreign advertisements will be necessary to send either "fc, check or money order with Advertising rates 12Jc per inch column measure; front 50c. Locals 5c per line. • IIPP ANNOUNCEMENTS. #OR DISTRICT JUDGE /We are authorized to announce the name of Ewing, of Miami, as a candidate for to&oe of district j udge of the 31st Judicial ftritit; suV ject to-the action of the Demo- itic Primary, July 22nd, 1916" We are authorized to announce the name of Willis of Canadian as a candidate for i'ot District Judge of th« 81st Judicial brict, to succed hims^elf subject to the act of the democratic primary 'July 22d, 1916. sw DtsTRIJT ATTORNEY We are authorized this week to announce name of J. A. Holmes of Miami, Texas as cand...

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