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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 November 1916

; '.1 ■?' ■g j ; aST-i 1 i 3 3 Herald -Vol 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 30, 1916. Vol. 5, No. 8 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest oi Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. action should not be taken on the matter when the regular postal appropriation bill is taken up for | consideration." The creation of a ! 1 cent rate for local delivery let- ters would undoubtedly serve to stimulate and encourage business Movement For Readjustment to a better level of permanency." of Postal Rates. CHANGE A MERRY For Lipseomb's Young Peo- ple at Union Church. Trans-Canadian Day. i ! ... * Our recent trip into the trans- j I Canadian county leads us to be- j COMMITTEES BUSY j ! lieve that we will have a splendid i . representation out,. .of tnat! Of Congress.... Possibly One country on the occassion of .theiTree Will be Decorated to a AT NEXT SESSION Cent Letter Postage Will . Become a Fixture. WASHINGTON, NOV. 27- The ways are now being greas- ed f...

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 — 30 November 1916

IB LIME LIGHT THE YEAR, $100 SKAGGS, Publisher. Thursday Morning of , Eacn Week Rntered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postofflce at Lip*- Texas, under the Act of March 3 {'*79/ tit order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or mortev orflpr with copy. Advertising rates 12%c per inch, single column measure; front page,' ."Oc. LoctSs :.e per line. suMnaav school in connection with the J trict Court of Lipscomb County regular school branches would to be holden at -the Court fiousc' ❖ give him the opportunity that thereof, in the town of Lipscomb, j ; hp has never had and <vt the same, . ... A . XT w if time put him out a finished prod- the 4th Monday, m November | uct to combat with the battles, of j 1916, the same being the 27th $ thp Vfasv old world day of November, 1916, then andi * ^ thereto answer a petition filed in $ said court on the 24th day of1 j October, A. I). 1916, in a suit Banks...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 November 1916

-V.,,< ■ <jf| < IBBS ■ t i ■ - •' ". ■ is&fei 4 \ Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now -*+*++■ Henry Mehlhop was in from north of town Monday. Roscoe Bradford was in from northwest of town Tuesday. Ernest Rader, of Higgins, was ovfef from that man's town Tues- day: The old town of Lipscomb is on a swifter move now than it has had in many a year and if it keeps pegging away at the present rate. * Some of these inland towns will be tipping their hats to her. «T. T. Glasgow visitor in from Tuesday. ^Commissioner brother George were callers Monday. Geo. Tubb, of Canadian, was jn town Tuesday shaking hands witfe his old time friends. The steam fitters are at work was a Lipscomb Ithis week at the new Court House north of town erectin8 the steam heating plant and also painters have commenc- ed putting on the "dope" that makes "swell business" out of it. Roberts and Lipscomb Yesterday afternoon the Hig- gins school boys came over to play the High School boys of this place in a ba...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 November 1916

I- j - . m sHo- ■ R&S saflKS,' S^T mt % *■> f li f® W-- ■ i i w *w mm P: " , V H| . if MKc-xsIr M;?i nr.* KL^^j HPS 5= * Educational Column mmmmmmmem EDITED BY ■ Supt. W. H. Sewell and the Uni- versity Department of Ex: tension—A |Good Roads Argument by Erath County Parmer. <* V v- ■ . ■ i "I live nine miles from Steph- j enville, the county seat. It takesj a man with a wagon and team one hundred days each year' to market the hav, grain,.and cotton | produced on my farm. A man, wagon and team being worth $300.00 per year to get my crops to market. If the roads were in j- the condition they should be, I could double the size of the loads hauled and market my crop in flfty days and by so doing save; $150.<tf per year If sufficient' bonds were issued by the c unty to build and maintain a system < f good roads, the increased road j tax on myfarm would be about I $45.00. As it is, I am obliged to pay an annual mud tax of $150.- 00, and will liave to continue to t do so un...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 December 1916

2 Vol 4. No 42 IRMA LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY TEXA^r THURSDAY, DEC- 7, 1916. Vol. 5, No. 4 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. of spmpathy. to. ones in this their the bereave d of sorrow. Our Irma's No More. LAKEMP WHISPERS At 9 o'Clock, a. m., December3. 1916. AT COUNTRY HOME i As lately I strayed through Sunday everygreen bowers, Whose music so often the had cheered me before, A'voice from the trees and birds j and flowers, . j In accents of wailing, .sang, i "Irma's no more." • girf' Tuberculosis Cause of Demise ...Remains Interred I. O.O.F. Cemetery. in ! A sweet child of nature, so gentle, so tender, !. Our hearts in *her number cheered us to pour, • And all that was pure in !> •* music to lend her, But hushed is her voice, Irma's no more. its our our hard and difficult. The way cf ; the transgressor is hard, but sure- ly not the path of obedience i; ' which you claim to be walking. Swing around, my brother, and g...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 December 1916

Tts •' ■•■if m. ©v I* A ' fry. . Hy s,: > m m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $100 C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postofflce at Lip? oornb, Texas, under the Act of March 3 1379. In order to guarantee the publication of fore'gn advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money orfler with copy. Advertising rates 12%c per inch, single column measure; front page, i>0c. Locals "Vc per line. Communieated. KIOWA, Nov. 28, 1916— (To Lipscomb Lime Light)—Gentle- men:—Upon studying the article, "Good Roads Appearing." It seems to the writer that the in- terest of the tax paying public might be more benefitted by an article entitle^ "Good Roads K^ftected:" Alter traveling over some of the main roads of the county I have come to the conclusion that you could benefit the citizens of the county more by pointing out the neglected work rather than by telling w...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 December 1916

Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now H. H. Hurlehey was in Higgins good weather permitting it will last Friday on business. ' be complete and ready for ser- vices Finis Thrailkill came in from Glazier with a load of coal Friday. Every farmer who prvides him- i self with as lovely a residence as N. P, Willis, of Canadian, was J • over at County court this Week. |hls means will permit, sxu-rounded with a neat lawn and a well cul- Baird Prater and Ivan Case tjva^e(j farm> js a blessing to any came in Friday with freight from jcommu ^y This county may consider itself lucky indeed to Glazier. Sam Hill of Sand Creek, was have so many industrious farmers town shaking hands with his of this stamp. Mr. and Mrs. C. H McKee, of the McKee Telephone Co., and Lime Light editor were in Ochil- tree yesterday. The former to mix around among the telphone er strides toward greatness than our own little town according to size and population. There are many larger towns that are build-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 December 1916

.7 B& &s /. Comfort of Being a Boy. There is a comfort to be a boy in the amount of work he can get rid *of doing. It is something astonishing how slow he can go on an errand; perhaps h£ couldn't! . explain to himself why, when he U sent to the neighbors for yeast, he stops to stone frogs. He is not exactly, cruel, but he j wants to sae if he can hit them. It is a curious fact about boys, that that two will be a great deal slower about doing anything than one; Boys, have a power of help- ing each other do nothing. But say what you will about the gen- eral usefulness of boys, a farm without a boy would soon come to grief. He is always in de-j mand. In the first place he is to j do all the errands,go tb the store, postoffice, and carry all sorts of messages. He would like to have as mapy legs as a wheel has spokes, and rotate in the same way. This he sometimes tri 2s to do, and peo- ple who have seen him turning j wheels along the side of the road | have supposed he was amusin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 December 1916

0 yu Herald Vol 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LlPSCO B:COUtfTV, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC 21, 1916. Vol. 5, No. 6 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas— Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. LAKEMP WHISPERS Tamed in by. Oar Regular Correspondent. TO IMPROVE SCHOOLS FKE5H AND SHORT a pastor in your* town. Bro.; Vaug^an a man whom you will learn to love as you know more of ! the type of manhood that he re-1 represents. I am speaking as one who knows him as but few know him. I know him as a classmate in school, as cfc-worker when he was a teacher, as an. associate and ever loyal friend: He is a student of great natural ability, chance for good with the gift to teach. His con-1 secrated life during boynood, Five Lipscomb County Dis- tricts Have Lucky'Strike Snappy Raragraphs About the wholesome thought , and noble I^eighborhoDd Doings in -What is Brief. m • ' •- LAKEMP OKLA., DEC. 18— Mr. Hurley anl some1 of the mon interested in the Railroad Proposition were in La Kemp Monday and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 December 1916

¥ '' 1E£ ■ :• mf'Tim /. LIPSCOMB LIKE LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION. THE YEAR, $1.00 C. A. SKAQQS, Publisher. MlilM on Thursday Morniag Week of Bvcn Entered as second-ciaas matter, No vember 20, 1912. at the postofflce at Lips oomb, Texan, under the Act of March S 1879. _ guarantee the publleatior of foreign advertiaeimenta it wfl In order to pi ill be neces ■ary ttTsend either draft, check or monej order with copy. Advertising rates 12ftc per inch, singh column measure; front page, nflc. Local: > per line. , Happy New Year. We wish all the little totts to be blessed with well filled rocks, filled with the choicest of the sweetest in bon-bon land and to the good fathers and mothers jthe cream of the richest underneath the stany doam^ t- Did it c\c-i occur to you that if the one who goes thiough life at all times seeing the faults in others, the wjak spots in con- struction and the mistakes in the Good Book? If the eye could rest upon the luscious ilack-beivy which nestles in amidst the thor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 December 1916

Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now -isff V • ■' m tp .E*® Hp?*- * P * f- K- ? ■ - ■ V*v ■r K ' / s. * Henry Stephens, jr., autoed to Higgins Tuesday afternoon. W. P. Hill of Sand Creek was a Lipscomb visitor in town, Satur- day. N. N* Flathers was a business visitor in from west of town Sat- urday. * Chas. Lynch, of east of town, j made a business trip to Higgins j Monday. Geo. Roberts was a Lipscomb visitor in from north of town Tuesday. M. Speyers of south of to\Vn was a Lipscomb visitor in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris McKee were in from south of town Satur- day afternoon. Mrs. Gene Hill, of west of town was in the burg Christmas shopping Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, west of town were in shopping and visit- ing friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hill, of Sand Creek, made a business trip to Glazier Saturday. Mr. Patterson, and little sou Freddie, of Sand Creek were in the burg trading Monday. W. H. Spangle was in from east of town, the first of the week, min...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 December 1916

PR'fT. SK •• w ■r ? E Big? I 1; [ t [ r : : I Ik il1 lucational Column Sujft. W.'farSeweirand the Uni- versity Department of Extension. awtion to Country Parents r the child who has been d in the quiet tide of affairs Jhe county, the glamor and le of the city are much more ng than for the^child of the same age that has lived all his life in the city. To the child from the. country, the noise of the streets is louder, the crowds are large/, and the great diversity of interests are more nbvel and allur- ing than for the child of the town or fcity who has always been ac- customed to such things. The temptation to loaf on the street out of idle curiosity, just for the sake 6f passively drifting about whpre the various currents of the " lg crowd may carry one, is iter to the country-bred than city-bred child. The coun- try child with its desire to see and its;, passions for adventure, is an easier and more susceptible prey for.; the evils of the city than is trofc of the citV child. Espe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 December 1916

-_JPi ■ m- " •>.*. s^afy* * ; ' ~ ;v:"f . :■ .Vff5 m jp% sf% 1® D 4 n « M \ * Herald Vol 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC 28, 1916 Vol. 5, No. H"F Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. WEDD! At the Hone of Mr. and Mrs. H.A Hill South of Town MONDAY, DEC. 25. to the pastry art was presented— the fatted turkey, boiled hamj sliced fine with cranberry sauce, I mixed*nuts with sweet meats and bon-bons galore—and in the re- freshment line California fruitade. In fact, the most elegant feast spread within our time in this bounty domaine. The afternoon was spent in singing, and other musical feats that were pleasing to all. WHY A GOOD Breeders ions Resulted for Or ganizat- Benefit Twj Daughters, • Hazel ani Sarah Maggie Ethel Take the Solem Vow Last Monday, December 25th, m And before 'tis time to with - draw from this pleasant feature I of wedding excellence it will be j well to relate that Mr. and Mrs. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 December 1916

gHR He? LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT jjfe> H m? % jH . k$i ■>: S'-i K I « ? I j I £>: ■' I V ist ' ! '.'t I Kv& RF - 4 , P ^ mm * K i 4 ?> ■f • SUi.t -.H < ; r m §m mWr.fi-'t £ • y i yjLrMH ■■ d'"' ... v- Pi ip;> Kii SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week Ertfered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postoffice at Lipp cimb, Texas, under the Act of March 3 1S79. Tn order to guarantee the publicatior of'foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money w^th copy. A(l\'Ct-ttelnK ra\es 12*4c per inch. sinjjU en()imn measure; front page, .lOo. Local? :.c i>or line. . / A flour mill in Lipscomb would look as well now as it would two yogi's ago. * It is well at this time to men- tion thai there is a good opening in this*>ld town of ours for some live and wide-awake furniture and hardware man to locate. The first of the year will soon be here—it is the time for swea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 December 1916

- ''<■ ■ • - '•T II Educational Column = EDITED BY - *N . 9 Supt. W. H. Sewell and the Uni- versity Department of Extension. I -- ■' 1 . =sr j ^ome Schoolhouse Environs Ijast snmmer I passed a little, I ugly schoolhouse—a veritable "ragged beggar sunning" by the roadside. The surroundings were equally ugly, bare, and lowly with not a tree or sh.-ub to protect the | house from the blazing sun. Only a few hundred yards from this neglected spot there was^aj beautiful wooded slope. I won- dered why the little house was not loeaU-d on this beauty spot . No one had thought about build- ing the schoohause there. Th£ patrons thoughfc'sfill less of mov- * ing it (here. Yet, it is one of the ! rights of-Childhood to be sur- rounded by beauty and cleanli-! ness. Near another schoolhouse a i * - «• i switch engine plies back and forth for several hours each day in I addition to the daily schedule of | iVgular trains. The loss of ^nervous energy caused by the loud noise of these trains, the g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 December 1916

iSiS Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Mrs. Chas. Lynch weather this week. W. P. Hill was kS is under the *s there "with the goods." The last of last week an "umbo7" held . , for further advice took it into his m from Sand;hea{, tQ „fly the c00p., and he Creek tody trading. "flew," but the vacation was of Davie Wright was in town from; only a few hou^s before he the ranch, the , Jess Bussard yesterday afternoon &11" first of the week, i treated au coed to Higgins .to Business. to the same old K". 9ni west of town short time. J-'-' was 'cheese It is a bad enough deal to "break in' . but to "break out" the fellow W. H. Bate* was ra from south-, wanfe tQ hesitate ,ong enQugh tQ yesterday or a figjre out what in his "wake" afterward. For that William am G. A. Ditus and Earl Linder i sure some trailer after the "boob" were in from northeast of town that "breaks out." Tuesday for a short time trading. ! -v / i Dr. Reynold s dental office of1 Claude Boone was in from,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

WMM~ v ■* K' • 4 sfc = -Vol 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 4, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 8 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. iB New Moving Picture Pla^j House and Hall. place for the pupils and the dread of school days are beginning to vanish if ^pything can be judged by the willingness of the boys and girls to get back and com- mence pouring over the intricate problems that are presented. FINE NUMBER Dr. K. TWO STORY 24x80 Wiirbc Equipped With New and: Modern "Movie" tf".- >§?£ V"v, Machinery Soon. This week starts another builds " old town of Lipscomb— owever, its a two- structure—which is on the lot just east of r Meat Market and will one, too, 24x80 for the fccpsess purpose of housing an up- moving picture dhow and time having a good built up above that can be -various public purposes. Jess Bussard.is the promoter and of the proposition and has John Abbot, the late of the new court e:*ect the bu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

Pi Jk'\ : '• I I " I. 1 ft K.?M: m Ki;p, IH£«: .; m-' "i | dp jN> Jl .1 h>. &:*:■. | / K li 4 IS " If ' i B LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, Si.oo C. A. SKAOOS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Week Morning of Eacn Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postoffice at Lips- cf>mb, Texas, under the Act of March 3 r«t< In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money rvrfpr with copy. Advertising rates 12%c per inch, single column measure; front page. 5ftc. Local* 3c per line. When the editor of Lime Light took hold of the Lipscomb Herald plant little better than four yeaVs ago when it was no more than a pile of "junk" theif was seven gates to open between Lipscomb and Higgins then, now you have from two or three routes over passably good roads without gates to open or any creeks to ford. it? It is worth the price isn't Just a little pushing by Lime Light for four y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

Town and Country Notes a few hours. the nicest cattle for this tim. of TTTaa -•■■■- .■ . -- t. .t..t..y,.t..t..t..t^.t.. ..t.-t * t 1Tf'WF "Vi'VVTTTTWTVVVV A T'iTTTT Ross Paine was in from north- in this, issue. They always west of town trading today. - you something good. F. C. Guy was in from south- east of town yesterday for a shot! arrivecji the German Lut time. fcffjBob" McDonald the ranch north of town yesterday weather prevailing will be com- 'rounded the year that we have for some time. The old county is simply running to the good in cattle this winter. The rancher >,as it coming his way if the cold weather will hang longer. Yesterday evening, Cashire — Geo W. Long of the Bank of je]j: Lipscomb, O. C. Townsdin north of town and your Uncle Ezra made a trip out to the Long Since the New Year of 1917,1188 j Ranch southeast of here and be. | ei^n \ lieve us there was where we did church is also beginning to move . cast our eyes upon a nobby was in from along very rapidly and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 January 1917

PgUp Educati ionai Column EDITED BY ===== „ ft + + n it ** f * * :■ •?> C- V . & 13 : I Pi "■ r < V'S i Ret,- ■ K- I p: * ' n& 1 /. bp?* -V / EH.- EsBSS'Si? mtti. Supt. W. H. Sewell and the Uni- versity Department of *% i 4*A Extension. ** The Danger of Dirty Mouths *+ The human mouth has been *% styled "The gateway of health or *+ diseases enter the body through f % the mouth; and the teeth of many j mouths are so unclean and decay- ed that each bite of clean food they chew and swallow is filled with millions of disease germs. Among the diseases that are _ largely attributable to decayed || teeth &re chronic indigestion, ** heart disease, kidney disease, * rheumatism, hardening of the arteries pneumonia, and tuber- J * oulosis. The health of the nation * + demands that people shall have a j* better understanding of the im- | * portance of clean teeth. | i + . The time to set up a better + health program is while the body * £ is young and free from disease, f Many ...

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