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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

K : ■—— i Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Geo. Rexius was / east of town Tuesday. Chas White was in north of town Monday. F. M. Hen^vood and wife went to .Higgins last Saturday. in from north Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Barnes came in from the northwestern part of the county Monday morning and done a little trading besides i attending to other business. from Mrs. Munden, mother of Geo. Zimmerman, returned to her Stock hogs wanted by Breen home at E1 Reno 0k]a Mon_ & Strauss, Shattuc ,- a. day, after a couple of weeks visit County Judge Sewell was in w|th relatives and friends at this Canadian on business last Friday. piace- % J. T. Glasgow of north of town This week "Blue Bonnet" ap- was a Canadian visitor last Fri- pea*s among the Lime Light cor- day. respondents for the first time and ^ F. J. Haueisen was in ..from ! will keep the people posted on the southeast of town t/ading Tues- happenings in the northeastern day. About the only blow that strikes a man favorably...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 April 1917

i® - ■ m fir • - kr m i ■ s p B^r III £ %' Ji m m U i m K " / ~ hi B' Be-: University Supports War Measure of President. The most enthusiastic mass meeting ever held in the Univer- sity of Texas took place Saturday at 11 o'clock, all classes having been suspended for the hour in order that faculty and students _ might attend. The primary pur- pose of the meeting was to en- dorse the proposal of the Presi- dent and the War Department to ^conscript 500,000 of the younger * men rather than to depend on the haphazard volunteer system.of re- cruting. The resolution was passed unanimously, and a tele- gram to that effect was ordered sent to the Texas Congressman. The telegram follows; "We, the undersigned students and faculty of the University of Texas in mass meeting assembled, do here- by express vour unqualified , sup- port of the principle of equal ob- ligation to military service, and urge upon our representatives the full support of the President in all war measures." Speeches were ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 April 1917

p • "% ' PI ' '■ 1 ..3 -C: %9 rat' Herald-Vol. Official Paver LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUtfWf, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 23 Lipscomb County, Texas- -Devotcd to the Interest ■ o/' Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. WHAT WILL IT B Success or Failure for the ^recinct Bond Issue? ELECTION, APRIL 28 x in Better Roads Are a Benefit Better Vote Precinct to All... For. then came out and wrote the thing up and has been here ever since. I don't think he f ever -died. I never seen a dead one and never heard of one getting licked. "If a doctor makes a mistake he buries it and the people dassent say nothin'. "When the editor makes a mistake there .is big swearing and a big fuss but if a doctor makes mistakes there is a funeral cut flowers and perfect silence. "A doctor can use a word a yard long without anybody know- ing what it is, but if an editor uses he has to spell it: "Any old college can make a doctor, but an editor has^ to be born.'' Educational EDITED BY *v The last call before...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 April 1917

rs^:-z LIGHT ss&ef YEAR, subscription. SKAGGS, Publisher. Morning Thursday Week Published tisi ■ 1 IF? Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at Cft* postofflce at Lipp- comb, Texan, under the Act of March 3 1879, • " __ II In or-dsr to guarantee the -publication Of foreign advertisements It will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates J2^c per inch, single column measure; front page, 50c. 6c pec line, German sentiment than almost anything else w/itten in the Ger- man tongue. This is not only the politic but the broad, the liberal, the forsighted way of treating this matter; and it will not be productive of unmerited hate.—Grit. Control Food Prices. On the very day that war was declared food prices went soaring. There was no justificaton for it. The old habit of tiding upon confusion was the moving war "Tf*'".. f i.ocaiS|impujse pehind the higher prices,behind the innocent grocer, l&P f Lr ■m: L-;. -; are the big f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 April 1917

- >,> -"J-"5 ••• •^1 _ bot^ 3S§nBP£l KlPi^ ': -.'•* .- . , : . 1 ■ .: j. : ' • SH?S i IS m* :.f>{; Kf ii^r H ' > Earl Linder came m from north- east of town Monday. j W. S. Spangle was in from west pf town Tuesday, J. T. Glasgow was in from north of town Monday. Stock hog3 wanted by Breen & Strauss, Shattuck, Okla. M. Speyers was in from south- west of town t/ading Saturday. Walter Berry was a juror in from southeast of town Monday. F. J. Hostutler has been in this week doing his turn as grand juror. Ray Boone was in from south- east of town a couple of days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Chapman were in from west of town yes- terday. H. A. HilHof Sand Creelrwas in yesterday having bis Ford treated. Jess BussaPd and Albert Min- ton were in Glazier on business yesterday. W. E. tyerydith, of Valley Park, was in town yesterday for a short time. Phil Scott came in Monday evening with a load of freight from Glazier. Hank ftusard drove to Glazier yesterday after freight and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 April 1917

I "••• mmm *V' ISPIB1 iMM: Claude Bellah Dies. . _L. E&i Bellah, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bell- ah, Idied Wednesday evening, 'April 25,1917, at the home at years, 4 months measles and after '/i.. : •' I ill* 8:08, aged 13 and 2 days, of effects. Kil H s I :;-v I m ■1 it- •< l-X He was born December 23, 1903 in the town of Lipscomb and after a few years moved to Higgins with his parents and then after a short time removed to Lavern, Oklahoma; where the, home was once more established until about two years ago when they once more returned to Lips- comb to make their home. His childhood has been spent with- in a few miles of the place he was born. Claude was of a pleasant dis- position and had many friends among the "young folks of his age and elder ones as well, who dur- ing his Peek's suffering lent their willing hands and pleasant smiles toward cheering him to the last. The sehool children formed in line at the home jand escorted the casket to the church. * The fu...

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

: ^ ^ — Herald -Vol. 4. Ho. LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1917 Vol. 5, No, 24 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. Last Saturday Voted Down Road Bond Issue. A BUSY DAY VOTING 65 Against to SI For—This Will Retancf Better Road V . ' # Construction Some. couuty and individual in it and when the Precinct Bond proposit- ion appeared upon the scene we boosted it not from any personal benefit derived therefrom but for the great relief it would mean to the many farmers who have to use some bad roads to and from the markets at the same time lessen the embai rassing position that the commissioners, are placed in. Individually, the writer - has neither a hen, horse, cow or other quadruped or veichle to use upon the road yet willing to put in his "divy" toward the others benefit. Supt. W. H; Sewell and the Uni- versity Department of Extension. The Bond Election day, Satur- day, April 28, has come and gone —the vo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 May 1917

[TAL. r-*i3$ m Entered aa secotid-claaa matter, No- vember 2©, 1912, at the postofflce at Lips- comb, Texas, under the Act of March 3. 1879. In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements It will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. * • - * ~J L *~A Advertising rates 12%c per Iflch, single column measure; front page, 50c. Locals 6c per line. ..v •> 1 u- lli 1 Through the scarcity of the food stuffs of our country at this time and with the possible great- er scarity in the near future, with the great acres of land that would be good tillable soil providing put to the test with the farmers plow and the erstwhile gardners hoe; why would it not be a good and wise poposition for the town of Lipscomb to organize a com- munity bregada to farm a 160 acre tract besides the extra garden truck-that will be raised this sea- son? Put this 160 in to some staple crop that would be of the greatest benefit to the most people. Let everyone put in a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 May 1917

— #, ,t, ,y. « • TTTTTvTI n and Country Notes . " ■ 9/ Choice and Up to Now Claude Boone was Mondays B : . I Grover Bussard was in Hoggins | yesterday on business. ; . ' Chas. White was in from north- west of town Tuesday. v Stock hogs'wanted by Broon & Strauss, Shattuck, Okla. A folding bed must be pulled down before it can be done up. W. H. Keffer was in from southwest' of town last Saturday. ' The less said about the age of canned goods the better. . Baird Prater and Hank Bussard were in Glazier lasd Friday alter freight. Sc..,. • * An awkward man may not be slow, yet he al way's wants a day of.grace. Happiness has a peculiar way of coming and going without warning. -v.' .. ^ Nothing succeeds like the financial success some men make of a failure. -- J. R. Barnes was in from his ranch northwest of he re last Tues- day trading. Mr. and Mrs W. A Bradney were in from their ranch ea^t of town yesterday. Many women are not as fresh as they are painted and lots of men are more so. W...

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

mt* p m£ W * • i ses we upon to undergo fore the issues in the conflict j can be brought to a successful! conclusion. One of the big duties! that will be imposed on the Unit- ed States is the task of feeding ' . the allied nations of Europe, as well as ourselves. It is a fact be- yond contradiction that the ♦ , v American people are the best Zed and the most wasteful of any people on earth, and Herbert C. Hoover, head of the American Food Board, warns the nation ' > that we must mak& sacrifices and practice the most rigid economy while at the same time we must plant every .available acre of land to food crops if we expect to Win over Prussian autocracy in the world'struggle being waged. Mr. Hoover says: "I feel it my duty to emphasize that the food situation is one of the utmost- gravity which, unless it is solved, may possibly result in the collaps of every thing we hold dear in j cvilization. "lhe total stock cf food today j available in the allied world isj simply not suff...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 May 1917

iraia-Vol. 4. Ho 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1917 Vol. 5, No. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devot^ to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County• BUSY TIME THIS SESSION Commisloners Court—Three k Hard Work On. Day< W: EQUALIZING TAXES If- One of the Intricate Propo- sitions for Adjustment Took Time to Solve. m l-r< Monday the Commissioners court met in regular session and transacted business as usual continuing over as a Board of Equalization and were a busy bunch all day Tuesday and Wed- nesday with this extra work that created the genuine old labor and carbuncles o f effervescence was a rolling light over their countenances as though in the corn* field on a hot summer day. Any old place you take it when this assembly meets for the pur- pose of equalizing the property values there is "something doing" in the labor department right now. The Lime Light representative is not in a portion to know just what is done in the rasing of land valu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 May 1917

I'j&.V-*4'- ;'^f- ■MWta GHT I SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, — — $1.00 P^bliiher. Thursday Morning Eacfi Week _ as seesndpclass matter, No- r 20, 1912, at the postoffice at Llps- under-the aw of March 3. the publication isemsnts it will be neces- d either draft, check or money copy. ngr rates 12^c per inch, single measure; front page, 50c. Locals *«• V U IB in n>| i Since even the Qdevil has had his apologists, we may ask whether there is. not a bright side to war, Oi at least, since no man is without some tiny spark- let of good about his being, is there not some small redeeming feature to the great devouring Moloch? War is a conflagration, which destroys indiscriminately and yet, does some good. It takes the stately skyscrapper, the ancient and revered cathedral, but it also sweeps away the musty purlieus i where disease lurks. The great | proviping quarters for their in- numerable new boarders. Now, having climed to the lofty heights of Olympus, please, tell us how we are going t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 May 1917

SRPi - - :-;r i mm ■Stw *;?£3sPs£ ■". :- ■&£>.-■:, : ■ ■ "• j;, #PF Town and Country Notes slick "as a nigger's heal." The pulpit is the one place where a great deal of tedious labor has been done in gold bronze. It is nifty, snappy and every thing else that goes along in that line. The boys have done a little bit of the nobbiest piece of work that has been in the town in a long time. Tom Glasgoe wa? in from north the Lime Light comes to you on! Don,t fail tosee the bON-EYE of town Tuesday. furnahed through the court-'specialist at the Lipscomb Hotel Purse Hill was in from Sand ° a °os enest editor of next Saturday May 19, if you Creek yesterday trading. the Shattuck Monitor, and that's haye trouble.-BON EYE - 'c! ff L l Rreen &1 " ^ ^ ^ OPTICAL CO.,Woodward, Okla. v Stock hogs wanted by tireen & ...... Strauss, Shattuck, Okla. LADIES wishing ^dressmaking Wednesday evening the Bussf m J L Pundt was a Lipscomb done call on Mrs. E. S. Altmill- ard Theatre put a live wir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 May 1917

. A A*. l-C-Din June B.L who was a was in- a gentleman of •T exhibited some just the exact kdian, whereupon mmm it, it is no longer i, as t%the la ti- le of Canadian, once said that was not in the West, of the West.' Cana- East of the West, and of the East. not in the East or West, it like a- scroll unfurled, lies where God hath hug it Do$vn the middle of the wcrld. ''Few of those who visit it?ever manner^,,,.v; t . The United States has fcever, in any.war, confiscated theTproper- ty of any foreign resident unless by his own hostile acts he made it- necessary. I take this formal means' of declaring to all foreign-born resid- ents that they will-be protected in the ownership of their property, and money and that they will be free from personal molestation, so lo^aas they obey the laws of tlje State and Nation. . I urgently request that all our people refrain from public discus- sion of questions -involved in the present crisis^nd%*intain a calm and considerate attitude toward all wit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

: < I ■. Circle- i D 3 LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, MAY 24, 1917 # r#plN ,-<^y* $<^4 07V THE RACK.—5y F. Woodward Neele

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

WHICH TRIP FOR YOU? Vif " '-a- -i: o FOR THE JOU ALASKA isfciiiai Yellowstone National Park is Your Park ' There is nothing in all the world like this wonderland. It has more geysers than in all of the rest of the world — boiling springs — mud volcanoes — petri- fied forests—Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, remarkable for gor- geous coloring—large lakes—many large streams and waterfalls—vast wilderness inhabited by deer, elk, bison, moose, antelope, bear, mountain sheep, beaver, etc. Al- titude 6,000 to 11,000 feet. Ex- ceptional trout fishing. The splendid hotels and camps and the fine new automcbiles which supplant the old stage coaches, are all under Government supervision. The popular and direct route to Yel- lowstone Park is via Union Pacific to Yellowstone Station, Montana. This enables you to visit Colorado and Salt Lake City en route, without ex- tra fare. Rocky Mountain National Park is a short automobile side-trip from Denver. Yellowstone is a convenient side- trip on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

Y / One Mam in a Million CHAPTER I. K. you desire me to marry him?/" asked Miss Castle, quietly. "Let me finish," said her uncle. "Jane," he added, turning on his sister, "if you could avoid sneering for a few moments, I should be indebted to you." ~r Miss Jane Garcide, a salloy lady of forty, who suffered with colds all winter and hay-fever all summer, meek- ly left the room. Miss Castle herself leaned on the By Rober.f W. Chambers GS o, tearing the pink petals from a J-withered rose, while her guar- dian, the Hon. John Garcide, finished what he had to say and pulled out his cigar-case with decision. "I have only to add," he said, "that James J. Crawford is one man in a million." - Her youthful adoration of Garcide had changed within a few years to. a sweet-tempered indifference. He was aware of this; he was anxious to learn whether the change had aSo affected her inherited passion for truthfulness. " Do you remember a pro&ise you once made?" he inquired, lighting his cigar wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION j I r will. I suppose," she added, "that I am quite alone at the club?" "One gentleman arrived this morn- ing," said the stew&rd—" Mr. Craw- ford." She looked back, poised lightly in the door-way through which the morn- ing sunshine poured. All the color had left her face. "Mr. Crawford," she said, in a dull voice. "He has gone out after trout," continued the steward, briskly; "he is a rare rod, tna'am; is Mr. Crawford. , He . eatight the eight-pound fish— perhaps you noticed it on the panel in the billiard-room." Miss Castle came into the hall again, and stepped over to the register. Under her signature, "Miss Castle and maid," she saw "J. Crawford, New York." The ink . was still blue and faint. She turned yid walked out into the sunshine. The future was no longer a gray, menacing future \ it had become suddenly the terrifying present, and its shadow fell sharply around her in the sunshine. Now all the courage of her race must be summoned, and must ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

J day was cold and the station draughty. Clarissa Fagg, a mature damsel of sixteen, who prided herself upon her ability as a nurse- maid, cast her eye around in search of further wrappings for the baby— already half mu-ramified. To say . she cast her eye is unfair. Nature had already cast it for her. At any rate, she fixed it on the arch of the station roof, and at the same time laid her hana on her mistress's traveling-rug, which was lying .on a trunk a little behind her on the right- hand side. In this rug she swathed the sleeping baby, till only the expert eye of a mother could have distinguished him from a bundle of rugs. Outside the station, two hansoms, with clattering horses and silent wheels, had just discharged their respective fares. These were strangers- to one another, but each told the porter to label bis luggage to C , .so it was piled on the same trolley. The porter said there was a through r coach to C , and led the way with the luggage. For two single men there was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION One Man in k. Million V. Continued from page 4 t an old man, stepped a living, smiling "That will be very jolly," he said, young fellow, with gentle manners and "There's a full moon; I mean to have honest speech, and a quick courtesy a try at a thumping big fish in the which there was no mistaking. pool above." She had no mother—nobody to She nodded, and he rose and attended talk to—so she had long ago made her to the door. a confidante of her own reflection in Then he lighted a cigar and called the looking-glass. And to the mirror for a telegram blank. she noW Went, meeting the reflected This is what he wrote: "James F. Crawford, 318 New ' Broad Street, N. Y.: "I am at the Sagamore. When do you want me to return? James H. Crawford." The servant took the bit of yellow eyes shyly, yet smiling with friendly sympathy: " Silly! to frighten yourself! It is all over now. He's young and tall and sunburned. I don't think he knows a great deal—but don't be fright...

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