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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 January 1917

«8|8r t , dQ Herald Vol 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN 25,1917. Vol. 5, No. 11 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. NOTHING BETTER t Than Good Roads for Every One in Prcinct 1. ECONOMY FOR ALL Precinct 1 is the "Maud S" of the whole works. Have "better roads everywhere" within her confines. Do not hesitate with just good enough, do better and be better and let everyone in the precinct enjoy the privilege of passable roads along their way. WARWICK QUARTETTE Next Number on Lipscomb Lyceum Course. City Light and Water Company and A, Eberstadt have volunteer- ed to place the same lights from Polk, to Tay}or on Sixth. Mr. Eberstadt already has some lights of the pattern in front of the new business buildings he re- cently put up on Sixth.—South- west Plainsman. LAKEMP - WHISPERS More Better Roads in Prcinct Means a Great Saving of Time and Labor. ?!- t *' There is nothing like smoothe sailing in any ol...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 January 1917

SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $ix>o C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning pf Eacn Week F.ntrred as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912vat the postofflce at Lipp- fomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3 1879. m In order to guarantee the publicatior of foreign advertisements it will be neces- nary- to send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates 12 4c per inch, single column measure; front page, 50c. Localf 'c per lino. t X 3R®'3 Whatever you do, don't forget Lipscomb is a pretty place to bttiM your future home in. Good water is a main feature and there is plenty of it here. "Better roads everywhere" is beginning to be noticeable. When Hemphill county gets a road to connect up jrith Lipscomb coun-y's Ltpsqpmb-Glazier road that m be something better and {J^fiadian quite a bit closer by ' titne down several -jMSpie? on the round trip be- tween the t^jfo places. W^Will it Mean? And the time is coming along tpjm there is a great deal of speculation...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 January 1917

IIP ; . % Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Davie Wright was in from the mit a noise to be made over in ranch east of town today. those quarters in a few days I that will remind one of a real H. A. Hill, of Sand creek auto- Hve reeJ ed to Higgins last Thursday. < . ; , j \Wm.~Urtz, of Logan, Okla., Wm. Rabe was in 1 was a Lipscomb visitor yesterday Creek yesterday for a s or ime* an(j while in the burg took time The greatest of all great j to call in and jolly the Lime things is something just a little Light editor for a few minutes. 4 v greater. * ■ ' V • . •' Alex Chapman was in from the ranch west of town Tuesday trading. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Taylor, of near Glazier, were in Higgins last Thursday on business. M. Speyers was in from south- west of town today trading and otherwise jollying around among his friends. Geo. B. Owen, the efficient Overland man, of Higgins, was in town Mpnday looking the old burg..over. N. H. Baldwin and W. P. Hill " ^ere in from the Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 January 1917

Ftp Educational Column 9 TEp BY Supt. ,W. TLSewell and the Uni- versity Department of i Extension. Do you Treat a Gold Indifference? with «■ - - < TT^FT ■ I I 4 * I I * I * 4 T V VT V'I'T VT J • * Jnlntnfi .f ■■TutaJfaifiitaifn A f■ i «ff■ f■ ifi TTTTTTTTTWTT . TVVTTVT^TV" Lime Light V-V To the question, "How are you today?" how many have heard the reply, "Oh, I'm fine, only a bad cold. I've been sitting around the house for a day or tflpo, but expect to be out at work agiunsoon/' J)id you know that a cold is a disease involving real igers? Yet, many people tinue to express contempt and indifference for this disease which "lays the system open to such troubles as tuberculosis, 9 . . ♦ * ■ pneumonid, catarrah, tonsilitis, bronchitis, diphtheria, infections of the inner facial passages always very painful and often dangerous, ear complications endangering tearing, and even life, malhuiri- tkm in young children, the evil effects of which may reman for yiars." Moreove* a cold incapac...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 February 1917

m asggzcf r.' . « .. - ' ' > "r. in-v> m • ... w&-: - . Herald Vo! 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB 1, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 12 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County• LAKEMP WHISPERS Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. NOTHING! So Say Tried Many Who Have the New Roads. FRESH AND SHORT . Snappy Paragraphs About the Neighborhood-What is Doing in Brief, LAKEMP OKLA., JAN. 31— Work commenced on the railroad in Tears field Friday with a force of five lour horae teams and scrapers. The (railroad will be a hundred who would betray one of these confidences under any circumstances. He knows, if he did, that that particular source of information is forever closed to him.. For uprightness, honesty and integrity the newspaper re- j porter is or should be known. To illustrate, let us relate one j j experi:?nce. The prosecuting at-; i torney in a certain county told of! I an indictment of quite a promi-1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 February 1917

- s UPSGOMB LIME LIGHT w-t , SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR. $1.00 C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. thinking about some, success in ; for 1917 is to make sure of fo£Kl the pas;;, it mire eager man Will for the family and feed for the come ale>ng and soon got ahead of j-yc sfoc]-( aTUj ^jien j_0 pUt what acreage remains in cotton or other money crops. r ■ ■■' Published on Thursday Morninjt of Earn W«ek as aecond-class matter, Xo-1 v.'mbor 20, 1312. at th« postofflcf at T4p.«- •irib, Texas, utitlfr thfl Act i«f March 3. JS79. ' f | In order to guarantee the publication I of foreifjn advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, checV: or money j Arder with copy. 1,11 , I Advertising rates 12^c per inch, single column measure; front page, 50c. Locals - per line. ) Oil. You must limb or he climbed over. You must move with the world or you'll gel stopped on. (Irite. morning'" io the different * mem-\ catch yourself idle. Everyman l;Or.S the amily. Don't take possession of the only easy ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 February 1917

plfal i 9 sal i 1 Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to HH' 1' I t I t l Now Jam3* Wolfe wa< in town Tues- day forenoon. • N. H. Baldwin, of Sand Creek was transacting business in town Tuesday. Alex Barton was out to ranch west of town two o When Precinc il gets the other roads built, she will be a hmmer for fair and the outside will have to tip their hats to her, and with the unanimous support of the many people within her jurisdie- jtion there is no reason that the three old precinct can't have them. how to deliver. He carries the belt for being the niftiest house- keeper there is around these parts. Gee, on first, landing the editor goes tip-toeing around lest . we'd be too clumsy with the furniture and trappings—it was so niftily arranged, but the care and eau- ! tion used was no account as there j wasn't a lady around the place. It is a broad way that LEADS TO THE TEMPLE OF HON- ESTY, where Tom Lemaster has MONEY TO LOAN and bar- agins in Real Estate. 32 i Lime Lig...

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

m eMtsgv, &'r. HI ucational Column SfS/i/i lAi o«f r iMHiimi**" *' ***❖**■ *<«* j I 1/1% VII lf*II TV/ "II l,N ♦H+++++++++«H'+t«+t«>^<«i' i V^,UJJU IVU II t. II suptl w. a. I BY % ftnfl the Uni- S i versity Department of i J Extension. t im a r| | «|i The Man Opposed to Progress J Some men were bom to object. The*, are opposed to everything. [ The weather, the government, the j roa<&, the streets; the food they eat, the beds they sleep in, all are obje&s of their unanimous dis- approval. They cannot help ob- i jectirig. These men are freaks 1 and should be pitied. These j men iire sometime deacons in the j chureh, school trustees, and mem- bers ; of the city council. xThey | are to be pitied, and altogether 1 liuch tess odious than their double j first ebu?ins tfho have grown I pessimistic out of habit. But worse still is a near relative of this latter group—the ultra-con- servative man who resents all kindfe of. innovations--"the one wboibits d6wn on the tai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 February 1917

■ iW$: 3 Herald Vol. 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB S, 1917. ^ol. 5, No. 13 Officii I Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb Covntv. BIG TIME t 4: IN SIGHT Interscbohitic Meet This Year Pro.nises Good. COMMITTEES BUSY of medals for those who use their every effort to their very best; when tha last day of the Inter- Scholastic meet bcurrs. Just keep a looking, there is go- ing to be a fine program this year when the right date appears. Other information will be given as the time draws nearer. Watch for-it. You will be surprisd and pleased "as well. LAKEMP WHISPERS Turned in by Our Regular # Correspondent. Attempted Jail Delivery. FRESH AND SHORT ^ i The boys who are incarcerat- Schools All rhroitgh Coun- e(j in the county jail could not resist the temptation to break into the pretty weather that has pervailed and last Monday evening picked a hole in the ty Preparing for Many Contests. the Snappy Paragraphs About the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 February 1917

ab - w- W 4MBI ■ >* ■ fc*i R> ' .'_.'-"*. v * V-; < •*. TV . . . 's' ■: ' • •' * *- 'V .*& - sit v YEAR, $1.00 SUBSCRIPTION, THE SKAGGS. Publisher Eacn Published -Thursday Mortiing Week Hi Xas soebnd-flass tnatter, n>bor_2fl, V-H2. nt fh^pdstoffioe at Lip<- fife- S#; :',lV o-red • 20, T. xn>, under Kt^r^l No- il AN of .March m " " ! i i<1 ft- U> suarari^ tho imblicatior of r.'.r« i«n awMtiiK1^*:tt-.will he ueoos- -■.ivv iu, s^nil either <lraftv cheoY xd>- nuniev with copy. > rA<vP .oaJniMii ".ryper line. sing fates 12Mfc per inch. sinsk feirsfSre': front- page. 30c./ Iah «A i •: ; '*•*; <; '' cm- ' ,. "**• .year and he came from a. little- rural school. That, shows that you do not have to he from a big school. Let every feacher and pupil do then- best for a great meet. Then we can send our r^** i'^'"hiiv?s to the* Amarillo disVict meet. Showing the Pan hand V. tha.' \v< are in everything procc-vssiv-'.-- 1. ('. l.aucom. . Future rrosperi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 February 1917

Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now 1 4■ ■!' >*■!■ ■!■ I ,|.<■ .f..|..|. % Henry Stephens, jr., and mother people coming miles to se4 and aatoei to Higgins yesterday. the meet this year promises to be twice as good as it was last year. Glen Draper a d mother were in from northwest of town Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bussard were up in Higgins Tuesday for short time. N. H. Baldwin, of Sand Creek, was in town today for a short time trading. which was the first step toward a greater advancement in the realms of athletic and educational lilies. * There will be many fea- a tures of entertaining stunts pres- ented that will be of interest to ajl besides one of the fiest dis- plays of the rural school child's ability in spelling, arithmetic, declamation and reading contests. C. H. McKee was out on the The committees are active telephone line doing some repair striving with might and wor^ yesterday. east of busi ness Chaj. Lynch, living town, was a Higgins visitor T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 February 1917

—— New Use Castor KM m . R- I h gX I B • i n I Every motor car' rider has ex- j petienced the discomfort of dust in the eyes, and also from the j effects of cold winds. A sug-, gestion has been made that these discomforts may be greatly al-j legated by applying castor oil utong the eyelashes. This, it is claimed, will catch most of the du&t before it can enter the eye, and also it protects the eyes frofn the chilling effects of the wind. -Scientific American. Subscribe for Lime Light it give; the local affairs. ilMfiitufcilA . ,t. ,f. a ,il a j, .n, ,iui ■ • • ■ * ■ VVTV 1 T■ • • TVVT i "1" TV r'T i TVV™ /V + I Lime Light i y: ■ want ads are a go (I, invest- ment to the purchaser. Classjfied Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 5c per line. One number or initial to count same as word. Its All TEXAS LAND FOR SALE OR RENT 11 desirous of securing i J t For Sale 2p00 bushel good white corn, 12 lilies northeast of Lipscomb. —E B. Roberts. TrfE STATE OF TEXAS, To...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

SECTION OF o LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 15, 1917 * k. /rPsf- m 7:tm m The Tragedy of Thomas Hearne—By B. Fletcher Robinson

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

BY B. FLETCHER ROBINSON Co-author with A. Conan Doyle of "The Hound of the Baskervilles,' Etc. m The Tragedy of Thomas Hearne (Copyright, 1911, by W. G. Chapman.) |OES not that sad underworld of crime in which you move sometimes drive you into a cynical disbelief in all man-* kind?" I suggested. It was a bitter night, and the in- spector and I were blowing our tobacco from seats confronting before a roaring fire. The wind rattling at the hasp of the window added the luxury of a reminder that it must be extremely unpleasant in the sleet-swept streets outside. "Not how bad men are; it is how good they are that is surprising," , quoted Peace, with a nod of his head. We sat in silence for a while before he spoke again. "I have let a breaker of the law go free in my time—perhaps more than once," he continued. "The law cannot take cognizance of all the tricks that Fate plays on man." I smelt a tale, and remained silent, Peace laughed. "You think you have driven me into stcfry-telling?" he...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

By Robert W. Chambers SYNOPSIS: The story opens with Burleson, a was kept by the <1 srss.hs' owner, had been relentless in dealing with the viltMiers who persisted in hunting on his prop- erty. They hated Grier. Quite naturally young Burleson was regarded in the same light and the viHagers were set upon shooting and trapping his game and destroying his forests. He tried ttf explain that he wa& going to be fair with them— hia neighbors—and even invited them to his house. Bat they, did not understand his intentions—nor did he understand them. Failing in his efforts to come to an understanding with the little group at the store, he rode'away to his estate. Unex- pectedly he came upon Abe Storm, a hunter and trapper, and after a few words ordered him off .the premises. Burleson had sent word by one •f his keepers to Mr. Elliott, the fire warden of the estate to meet him at a certain place. The —id— was aick with the rheumatism but sent that ha wmU. send his deputy. The ap- he dep...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION The Tragedy of Thos. Hearne (Continued from page 2) assistance or had any questions of real importance. That was all; but it was enough for me. Here was a scheme into which I could put my heart. There was no low-down swindling, no dirty work about it. I felt as gay as a schoolboy off for a holiday. And so in three days' time that* ragged rascal Jack Henderson disap- peared from London, and the well- dressed Mr. Abel Kinpley, vaguely described in the visitor's book of the Pyncetown Arms as of Memphis University, U. S. A., was sitting on the cairn hill above the prison that held Julius Craig. To the far horizon there stretched the melancholy moors, deserted washes of rush marshes and stunted heather, broken here and there by outcrops of granite, that crowned the rolling ground See the ruins of a hundred feudal castles. For Dartmoor is a huge granite tableland, and on its barren surface no corn will grow nor tree flourish. Beneath the rampart of its conta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

By Randall Parrish Author of "Keith of the Border," "When Wilderness was King," Etc. SYNOPSIS. Ia the smoking room of the Cedric, Hadley, an amateur aviator, tells of the mysterious disappearance of the Dessaud monoplane advertised to appear at the Chicago Aviation Meet It seems that Phillip Dessaud, a French army officer had discovered a silent engine which the German secret agents were after. He registered at the Congress Hotel, was assigned to Room 1-54 and that was the last heard of him. After Hadley ceased speaking one of the gentlemen offered his card and said: Messieurs, I am Phillip Dessaud, and smiling tells the story: He reached Chicago in the afternoon, drove with the Preach ConsM to the Aviation Grounds, found everything in perfect condition, went back to the Congress Hotel, and while sitting in his room the phone suddenly rang and a lady's voice says, "la that yon. Phillip ? " He protested he did not know Mademoiselle but largely out of curiosity consented to meet her i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE ' SECTION listened without comment until I had finished. f "You, of course, have no knowledge of.; where we are? What part of the city?" "I thought I recognized Michigan Avenue, and when we turned it was to the left." "The South Side—in the neighbor- hood of the lake shore. I thought so although I was brought here with curtains tightly drawn.. Then, if you are right, Monsieur, only' one of the gang is left in the house—the man Swigert?" "Yes." "And he is on guard in the base- ment." "He was. I will creep down now and discover if the passage is clear." "No,'Vand she caught my arm. "We will go together. I—I could not remain here alone." At the door she drew her breath sharply, glancing back into the lighted room. " Shall we leave him lying there I" ust—just as he is?" she asked, her ips quivering. "It seems heathenish." "We have ourselves to consider, not Franzen," I returned not unkindly, but fully aroused now to the Situa- tion, and drawing her with me out int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION reflect- upon her reputation. Innoeent •• htF • presence was,- yet the tongue the world would not spare her name, and I realized that we must depend Upon our own efforts at escape. The clinging pressure of her fingers on my ' arm kept her constantly in my memory, and I was conscious of a tenderness toward her most unusual. She was no longer merely a woman I- was bound to protect and shield, but the woman whose safety meant more than my own. Sly blood leaped at the slightest pressure of her form against mine, the confident clinging of her fingers. I, who f®r so long had been indifferent to the sex, awoke suddenly now—surprised and startled --tp find myself a prisoner to this strange girl. I scarcely comprehended the truth^yel the net bound me, and my hearv throbbed at her presence. Even then my one desire was to look into her eyes, and read their mes- sage; until I could do that I must crush back the mad words on my lips. I touched chairs upholstered in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 February 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION purpose," she' murmured earnestly, as the door opened slightly, the gleam stumbled over the step, and sprawled "Did not Brandt tell the other to of an electric light some distance away full length against the stairs. I jammed say 'we have them both safe'?" revealed two men outside, one wearing the door shut. "Yes, but—■" the police uniform. We both stood "Quick, Mademoiselle; the key!" "That means you and I! It could motionless; then I felt her hand grip She held it out, and I thrust it into refer to no one else. They are going mine which held the revolver. the lock. Even as the bolt shot to have us arrested for that murder!" "No, not that!" she murmured home the heavy body of the enraged For an instant I hardly grasped swiftly. "Keep it out of sight." Then sergeant crashed against the strong her meaning. It seemed impossible; she stood straight before them. wood. His hands fumbled'for the the audacity of it beyond belief. She "You are the officers sen...

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