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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

* h, «. APRIL 12, 1917. LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT THJRD SECTION - ■ •" iM^Sl * ■M County, in the State of Texas, its pe- tition in Suit No. 120, on the Civil- Through its County Attorney, did, on Docket of said Court, being suit brought by the said The State of Texas, as plaintiff, against Unknown Owner, as defendant, and the nature of the plaintiff's demand as stated in the said petition being an action to recover of the defendant as the owner of the klands, returned delinquent (or reported sold to the.- State) for the taxes due thereon for the years 1897 to 1915; and, whereas, the said owner is a non-resident of the State (or the name.... of said owner... .unknown), and upon the affidavit of E. J. Pickens Whereas, the State of Texas, the 13th day of March, A. D. 1917, file in the District Court of Lipscomb County, in the State of Texas, its pe- tition in Suit N(* 122, on the Civil Docket of said Court, being suit brought by the said The State of Texas, as plaintiff, against Unknown Owner...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

mm THIRD SECTION. LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT APRIL 12, 1917 April Term of the District Court of Lipscomb County, and State of Texas, being the next regular term thereof to be held at the Court House thereof, at I/ipscomb, on the 23rd day of April, 1917, and show cause why judgment shall not be rendered condemning said land ($r lots>, and ordering sale and foreclosure thereof for said taxes and costs of suit. said land is delinquent for taxes for the following amounts: $.59 for State taxes, and $1.59 for County taxes, and you are hereby notified that suit has been brought by the State for the collection of said taxes and you are commanded to appear and defend such suit at the April Term of the District Court of Lipscomb County, and State of Texas, being the next regular term Witness my hand and official heal at j thereof to be held at the Court House my office in Lipscomb, Texas, this 15th thereof, at Lipscomb, on the 23rd day day of March, A. D. 1917. P. O. BOYD, (Seal) District Clerk Li...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

APRIL 12, 1917.' LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT — K&gpi wm ■Kir gggr rap t g !, ' iz?t. slir-: ' It:■, sgH* f-" .-" I s$ R hating been made, setting forth that saicf owner. .7.. .non-resident.. of the State of Texas (or the owner is un- known to the affiant, as the Attorney for the State of Texas, and after in- quiry, cannothe ascertained). The following notice is, therefore, to cite all interested parties and to make parties Defendant by notice in the name of the State of Texas, and the County of Lipscomb, directed to all persons owning or being in any way ' interested in the lands therein de- scribed delinquent to the State and County for taxes, and to be published in a newspaper in said County, one time a week for three consecutive weeks, in the manner and style fol- lowing: The State of Texas and the County of Lipscomb. - '* To.../. and to all per- sons owning or having or claiming any interest -in the following described land delinquent %d the State of Texas and County of Lipscomb, for...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

.THIRD SECTION. LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT •APRIL 12, 1917 Witness my band and official seal at my office in Lipscomb, Texas, this 15tb day of March A. D. 1917. * P. 0- BOYD, (Seal) District Clerk Lipscomb County, Texas. be held at the Court Hous ethereof, at brought by the State for the collection' and County of Lipscomb, for taxes, to- "r . - ■ J. I ■ No. 149. m the District Court. NOTICE BY PUBLICATION TO NON- RESIDENT AND UNKNOWN OWNERS. The State.jpf Texas vs.-Unknown Owner. The State o^Texas, County of Lips- comb. "V ; ' ^ Whereas, tho. State Of Texas, Through its County Attorney, did, on the 13th day of March, A. D. 1917, file ift the District Court of Lipscomb County, in the State of Texas, its pe- tition in Suit No. 149 on the Civil Docket of said Court, being suit brought by the said The State of Texas, as Plaintiff against Unknown Owner as Defendant, and the nature of the Plaintiff's demand as stated in the said petition being an action to re- cover of the Defendant as the owner ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

V*; </ I APRIL 12, 1917. LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT . THIRD SECTION v|:; L% h i - cite all interested parties and to make parties Defendant by notice in the name of the State of Texas, and the County of Lipscomb, directed to all persons owning or being in any way interested in the lands therein de- "scribed delinquent to the State and County for taxes, and to be published in a newspapej in satd County, one time a week for three consecutive weeks? in the manner and style fol- lowing: • The State of Texas and the County of Lipscomb. To P. C. Berry and Unknown Owner and to all persons owning or having or Claiming any interest in the following described land delinquent to the State of Texas and County of Lipscomb, for taxes, to-wit: Lot 12 in Block 2 in the town of Lipscomb, which said land is delinquent for taxes for the following amounts: $.30 for State taxes, and $>60 for County taxes, and you are hereby notified that suit has been brought by the State for the collection of said taxes ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

SPr- | THIRD SECTION. LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT Is APRIL 12, 1917 SpM-l mP: I K-# ' ■ - f t ' . r , j •< 1-,? ■j V .V BRUT DEMAND FOR CANADIAN LAND Americans Are Buyers and Be- coming Settlers—Anxious to Get Cheap and Produc- tive Land. Reports are to hand that there will be a large Influx of settlers from the " United States into the Canadian West during the coming Spring. For a time there has he&n a falling off, on account of the fear of conniption, which of course was not possiwe, and which the Gknadlan Government gave every as- surance would not be put Into opera- tion. In any case it would not affect tl^e American settler, and .more than that the man who was working on the farm, helping to produce the grain that goes to feed those who are at war, would not be affected. The excellent yields of the Western ~ Canada crops, and the high prices se- cured Is having its Influence on those looking for homes. The authenticated report^ that have .been sent out from time to time that this...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

_w v?/ - ' $ I«a IJW ' . . ,-f- • X r •• • -• • - - J A '?>!<>I"*> Town and Country Notes 7-£v"* hfT* ipy, Choice and to Now &*f> *<* *■* >1' ■"* v -j. •*-. ^ ff* '!■ •!'+♦♦ fSm t #ms M $ ' ' Glen Draper was in from north of town Saturday. Glen Turner was in from north- west of town Friday. V Bob Miliar was in from north- exception east of town Friday. tenance s Hubert Hill was in from west abouL of town Friday trading. i startin or two. Bussard handling I at this ! wairyv*' is absence Ollie (>f iiiggins has been I I'.v mcchanieal strings place and everything ilorig all right with the . of the pleasant coun-' if Grover being 'round iit Friday evening and y- ■pggf m-i Earl Linder was in from of town Monday trading. * i "Dick" Nail was in from his tranch north of town Sunday. "D^de" Bussard has been laid - up the past week with the meas- les. W. H. Spangle, one of the old timers of this county, was in town Saturday. ': .♦ •. Mrs. Chas. Dickinson came in Fri...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 April 1917

+ Pierot De La Saline Purely Homespun _ Tho rain do fall yesterday and last night % A: R.Turner walked east to the T. A. Lemaster, waz at 'de "Vaudevill" Saturday night. ii - , : t: Grover Bussard waz seen open- in' the doors of the City Garage this mornin'. • % i ■* 'f . Hank Bussard went up the sfereet. Wednesday pulling two "heop big" wheel*. i $1.00 Reward. - H Will be given for the wherebouts of one Walter Prire Oil Barrel No. 77125.—Shahan & Sons. if t 1R' lit 1 TLERS. Lands from $12.50 to $30.00 per acre. TERMS $2.00 per acre cash, Balance in equal payments: First Paymet due 2 YEARS AFTER DATE of CON- TRACT, and Annually there- after for Nine yearsfboth princi- pal and interest payable annual- ly, payments made on or before. Agricultural or Plow Lands For Rent—(With 10 per cent interest per year for Improvements) First year, 50c per acre; Second year, 75c per acre; Third year, $1.00 per acre. Grazing land—First year, 25c per acre; Second year, 30c j>er acre; Third year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

% % . . ^ y Jlome Circle- 36 FuWish«i Monthly 3 3 LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, APRIL 19, 1917 SM/. &££ ~ . Bags-? fc£ V ' te a^Lv |PW: K IfeffSI K . - 1 I ;•. / " • C*. *- •* • V M ■ ■■> -tMstM* •';. # ■ ;J p 'V ' ■ ?-!■; ■ " . 77/£ REVERSED VERDICT—By Marion Hill

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

J . _v Florida I HE steady flicker of lightning in the southwest continued; -the wind freshened, blowing in cooler streaks acrcss acres of rattling rushes and dead marsh-grass. A dull light grew through the scudding clouds, then faded as the mid-day sun went out in the smother, leaving an -ominous red smear overhead. Gun in hand, Haltren stood up among the reeds and inspected the landscape. Already the fish-crows and egrets were flying inland, the peli- cans nad left the sand-bar, the eagles were gone from beach and dune. High in the thickening sky wild ducks passed over Flyover Point and dropped into the sheltered marshes among the cypress. As Haltren stood undecided, watch- ing the ruddy play of lightning, which came no nearer than the horizon, a squall struck the lagoon. Then, amid - the immense solitude of marsh and water, a deep sound grew—the roar of the wind in the wilderness. The solemn paeon swelled and died away as thunder dies, leaving the air tremu- lous. "I'd better .ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

IHE big, warm parlor was cosily I dim except for 'the radiant circle cast by its one lamp. In the roseate center of the illumination, and not at all un- aware of her decorative background, F:-l > , v; irv^i By Marion Hill SI I- ■' ■t' sat pretty Margaret Van Dyne in a mental state of accentuated pensive- ness. Miss Van Dyne had an assured, fresh teauty which did not in the least de- pend upon the concession of a gown, though she had the gown, too,—had it on; and it was beautiful. Also— she was waiting for her sweetheart, * Charles Lawler, a nice chap and par- ticularly well worth the waiting. But Miss Van Dyne's face harbored anything but that contentment which convention demands of the situation. For one thing her waiting was devoid of waiting's most deheious flavor —that flavor of anxiety which gives a gambling charm to the period and robs it of tedium. She was not a bit anxious. She knew he would come. He had' to. They were newly be- trothed, so what else was possible for hfm?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION a at her feet. One small slain bbd caught in the lace of her dress— "like a drop of blood from the stricken heart of love," she thought. Again his glance sought the clock and this time he started exaggeratedly when ■he beheld its warning. "And I am supposed to be dining at Brierly's," he murmured, as if to himself, and reaching for his hat and stick, "not much time to lose." Here he faced Margaret, showed a composed surface interest in her prettiness and bowed slightly. "I beg your pardon, dear Madam, for so curt a leave- taking, but really I find myself de- frived of the pleasure of your name. am due to dine with Mr. Brierly —at a house where I am to meet the girl wh?m J hope to make my wife. Good-night." He turned on his heel, stroke through the curtains, whipped them conclu- sively to behind him and disappeared. "Charlie!" cried Margaret, rather angrily. Then she bethought her- self that she was using a name too familiar, for the conditions. "Charles,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

. By Randall Parrish Author of "Keith of the Border," "When Wilderness was King," Etc. SYNOPSIS. that Phillii last heard < jpp "" that i Ho user, as tne laay appeared to be in distress and hungry, Dessaud insisted that they go to a restanrant. There she confessed to him that she was Helen Probyn, a reporter, and had been assigned w in- terview him; her managing editor, a German named Schmitt, having outlined'the plan she had followed; that after an interview of Schmitt with one Johann Brandt she had seen a draft on a Berlin to Schmitt for SI,000; and that from the peculiar nature of the assignment she was sure a scheme was being laid to get the secret of the silent monoplane. * la the face of this warning, Dessaud went with the girl to an underworld cafe, where she had been directed to take him. Schmitt, Brandt and others with them managed to meet Dessaud;they chatted a whil® over their wine and as Dessaud and the whole party were leaving a fake fight was staged in which Dessaud ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION do you harm. I—I could not bear that." "You do care then! I am something to you?"/ "Of course I care; I should be a strange girl if I did not. You are much to me; so much you must guard your- self." "For your sake?" She did not hesitate. "Yes—for my sake. You promise met" In the dark I bent down and pressed my cheek to her own, and, to my sur- prise, she made no effort to draw away. "That is a custom in my country," I said gravely, half fearing.she might be offended, "the symbol of a pledge." . "I understand," and she stood very straight facing me. "This night has broken down every conventional bar- rier. It has changed me; I cannot feel or think as I could yesterday. I do • not know what legerdemain has been resorted to, Monsieur, but I am not the same girl you first met; all of life looks different. Perhaps you can tell me sometime how such a miraculous changg could occur in a single night. So I accept your pledge," and she gave me both hands, just as ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION § Vj,. I fV,,- P'.: . me if you were hurt—who can tell how badly." "I will be as careful as I can," I answered stoutly, "but this is a risk not to be avoided. I only with you were not concerned in it." "And I am glad I am. There must be a strain of wild blood in me, Mon- • • sieur, to rejoice at adventure. I even wish I could go with you." "Yet you will not attempt such a mad freak? You will remain here?" "I will keep my promise; you may trust me." She was at the end of the bench, a mere black shadow although our forma touched. As she whispered these words I could feel her breath on _ my cheek. My veins throbbed with a wild rush of blood, and, before I realized what I was doing, I had her in my arms and found her ligs with my own. An instant, helpless from surprise, she remained inert, then freed herself, -pressing me back. "Monsieur!'? indignantly. "What right—" "None; I implore pardon. The temptation was too much. You will forgive?" ' But you frighten ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

8 HOMJl circle magazine section chauffeur gloves, came around behind where he got the second weapon I giving vent to some exclamation, blood, his hands flung backward over the mft" with the lamp, fumbled a never knew—the deadly barrels glinting "Here was a revolver, Monsieur." his head; beyond him, lying prone on moment, grumbled to himself, and then in the light. I saw the chauffeur drop "Hold on to it. You don't feel the his head, rested Swigert, groaning, climbed up into the operating seat, to the floor, still clinging to a wire with lamp?" and clutching at the smooth rudder. The others drew back. one hand, the other flung up as though to "Not yet, Monsieur, but it must be He was probably only stunned by his "Here you, bring that light this war J a blow. Swigert leaped back, but somewhere about here. It is what I fall, but the big German had all the way," he ordered gruffly. "It is was held helpless against the framework was struck with, and it fell down; appearance of a dead man...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION ten dollar bill likely. Come, spit out the truth." "He's the watchman, Monsieur." broke in De Vigne. "The same who hit me with the lamp," feeling his head tenderly. "The bloody pirate; nobody ever made him do it." "I am of the same opinion. Is there any rope around here, De Vigne?" "Plenty in the workroom." "Go and get it; give me the lamp. Now you two stay just where you are. Wait a minute, De Vigne; go through these fellows' pockets first." He did the work expeditiously, but the only weapom found was a knife on Eisenbarth, which I flung into one corner. The Irishman wore a belt with a sheath, but his revolver had disap-- peared, probably dropped when he fell in his wild effort at escape. I flashed the light about over the floor in a circle, but failed to perceive any sign of it. On a lapel of the man's yet>t was a detective's shield; De Vigne jerked it off, and stamped it with his heel. "And I'd like to do the same with you," he growled, shaking a f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

10 HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION as you, wish. Please do not argue any more." Realizing what she meant, and fearing lest her resolution might give way under further strain, I guided her back to the skeleton body of the machine. "Throw your light here, De Vigne, bo the lady can see,' I ordered. " Now, Mademoiselle, place your foot on this cross-piece; now on the other. Yes, that is right, you can support yourself with the guy-wire. This is the hardest part—getting on board. Thefe is only one step more; take the seat to the left; now you are all right. Wrap your coat tightly about your knees, and press the edge down under your feet so the wind cannot get underneath; the air will be chill outside." v ~ I struggled into my own coat, and pulled on my gloves, looking up to where dhe was perched, her face plainly visible in the light. "You are comfortable?" I disked, feeling my voice would eneourage. "Yes, but are you not coming?" "In a moment; there are a few things to be attended to below...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION 11 Pasque—Florida Continued from page 6. "Thank you, Kathleen." She picked up a chip of rose-colored cedar jand sniffed it daintily. " Like a lead-pencil, isn t it? Put that big log on the fire. The odor of 1 burming cedar must be delicious." He luted the great log and laid it across the coals. "Suppose we lunch?" she proposed, looking straight at the simmering coffee-pot. "Would you really care to?" Then he raised his voice: "Tiger! Tiger! Where the dickens are you?" But Tiger, half a mile away, squatted sulk- ily on the lagoon's edge, fishing, and muttering to himself that there were too many wnite people in the forest for him. "He won't come," said Haltren. "You know the Seminoles hate the whites, and consider themselves still unconquered. There is scarcely an instance on record of a Seminole attaching himself to one of us." "But your tame Tiger appears to follow you." "He's an exception." "Perhaps you are an exception too." He looked up with a haggar...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

* -H J . W.'- ife f? ." 1 THIS showing of American Lady Shoes represents only a few of the many snappy styles which your dealer will be pleased to have you examine this spring. For authen- tic style, painstaking workmanship and highest quality at the right prices, American Lady Shoes are unsurpassed. Don't wait anotner day, but go to your shoe dealer at once and select the particular style which conforms to your ideas. Hamilton. Brown Shoe Co. St. Louis, Mo.

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