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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

7 By Randall Parrish Author of "Keith of the Border," "When Wilderness was &ing," Etc. > •% SYNOPSIS. Ill the x that PWllip Dessaud one of the gentlemen ottered his card and said: Messieurs, I am Phillip Dessaud* and smiling tells the story: He reached Chicago in the afternoon, dro e 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, "Is low Mademoiselle but largely out of curiosity consented to meet her in front of the Art Building at dusk. She pretended she had expected to meet Philip Aviation Meet. It t . P.. ... .... . . _ . _ 3tn 1-54 and that was the last heard of him. After Ha die _ with the French Consul to the Aviation Grounds, I that von, Phillip 1 " He protested he did not know Mademoiselle but largely out 01 curiosity consented to meet ner in iront 01 tne Art Building at dusK. sue pretended she had expecte Houser. As the lady appeared to be in distress and hungry, D...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

8 HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION "To save you from the ignominy not heartless—you cared for me! of arrest." Don^t protest, Mademoiselle; I know. "And by doing so have placed me The 'night had worked two miracles, in a far more incriminating position; I cared no longer for the foil of your one - infinitely harder to explain. You lips, for I had had a glimpse at your did not think of that, Monsieur. You heart. It was then I resolved you urged me to come with you; almost should go with me—not to dishonor, forced me to do so. You led me to but to peace. I could not wait; I believe your life was in danger if you had not the patience; I would bear remained in Chicago, yet refused to you away as warriors did of old. I leave without me. You gave me that had_found my mate, and I took you.' one choice, of coming with you, or "But I—I am nothing," she urged, compelling you to remain. In a mo- the tears in her eyes, "only an American ment of weakness I yielded; I fled with working girl! Monsieur,...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION' / fragments of hearing oulder, and the- mist away, and my brain * comprehend. I endeavored gulping with dry throat, M.gjng at last to articulate; ' You—you are not hurt?-^'' "No; only jarred and bruised; you were beneath when we fell." -her voice sobbing "Are you better now? My GodraTfirst I thought you were dead!" "I must have been stunned, partially at least," finding voice easier. "I Beemed paralysed, but now I can move mylhnbs. 'Yes, I can sit up, but am as weak as a kitten. I suppose the machine has gone to smash?" She nodded, unable to speak, and I sat there breathing heavily, and stared across her shoulder at the wreck. It was complete; nothing remained but a mass of twisted wire and charred bamboo. The engine was blown into lents, although I had no recojlecton ' lg the explosion; the blades of the propeller were inpaled on the spike of a limb, and the rudder remained but a Splinter. Beside it lay the motion- less body of Brandt, his head hidden ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

10 HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION and crawled up. I had no knowledge we had left the ground; it seemed as if I was crazed. Then all at once, I noticed the lights away down below. After that, Monsieur, I hardly know what happened. It seemed to me I had no mind left. I just lay there gripping the rods, and felt sick. I was on my face looking down, and my brain reeled so I could not lift my head. I heard your voices, and twice I called One Man in a Million Continued from page 6. Crawford looked at her with a ghastly smile. They rose together, instinctively, and walked to the porch. "Oh yes," he said, und^r his breath, "such happiness was too perfect. Magic is magic—it . never lasts." out, but the wind blew the sound away. ' "What is it?" she asked, faintly. I think I fainted from terror, for there was a time when I knew nothing, although I held my grip." , He stopped speaking, his face buried in his hands, unable even then to shake off the 'fitarror of his experience. I could not help- b...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

\ HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION 11 ■gr Robins can take it up." She ran off. At the same moment an elderly woman —the housekeeper—approached Mr. Seymour. She was stout and red flustered in manner, "If you please, sir," said she, in a loud, frightened whisper, "there's a porter named _ o Fagg and his daughter come up from rought for hen one another, while the tentacles waved the station, and they say we've a On The Rack- Continued from preceding page A gleam of fire'in his shirt-stud car- But Major Slimm guessed it. His ried ni« thoughts ^ith lightning rapid- pin faded. He fixed Charlie with a ity (via diamond rings) to Nellie, and hostile eye, and the two men regarded the present he had bi Had it travelled safely? He looked for his rugs. This greenish bundle^waa not his. How came it here7 He laid it on the befl side by side with his own neatly strapped roll and carlessly unwrapped it. " Good heavens!" he cried, " a babyl" dropping the corner of the rug and starting b; and opened its e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

'tiMmm s Who Makes Your Sh oes? ~ During our 45 years of business experience Hamilton, Brown Shoe Company - over $lfOOOOM W°r 0eS' °Ur annUa' busine5s now l°tal* It would have been impossible to build up a business of this size if Hamil- ton, tsrown bhoes were not right in every detail. American Gentleman Shoes are made by Hamilton, Brown for men and young men. They are the ' est shoes that can be made. Our 45 years of shoe making stand behind them. On this page we are showing a few of the new Spring and Summer American Gentleman Styles. Your dealer will be glad to show you many others. Let your next pair of shoes be Hamilton, Brown made. Hamilton, Brown Shoe Company 4

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

-i-f- i 11 Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1917. ==— =e= Vol. 5, N$, 27 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. ,# V '•".3.-' ' ' ■si HY NOT SORGHUM Many Farmers Going to R&ise Sugar Cain This Seasons $11.75, weighing 870 to 1070-lbs. In the quarantine division half fed steers sold at $9.50 to 11.25, weights from 870 to 1040-1 bs, a string of quarantine cows sold at $7.25 to $8.50, and 3 loads of Ok- lahoma calves brought $9.25 to $13.50. Choice heavy cows sell up to $11.24. heifers $12.25, bulls Educational Column ■■ EDITED BY ■ Supt. W. H. Sewell and the Uni- versity Department of Extension. SHORT THE MILL £4 •? ; • . Why Not Get Busy Bill—Let us Crush Juice From the Stalk This Fall. .■ * Within the last couple of weeks the news has been wafted to the editors ear that many of the farmers in and near the vicinity of Lipscomb are going to put in some few acres of sugar cain to cat...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

% Varnish Your Floors Varnish is the best finish for floors, especially hardwood floor in parlors in parlors, living rooms and bedrooms. It wears well, looks.well and is easier to keep clean and more sanitary than carpets. Peninsular Floor Finish It >; 111 is w w. P,:v. June 5th is the day set for registration and all those who are at the right ages for military service do not want to fail to get in and register as there is only one'day. The registration boards are already selected and ready to perform their part of the business. wk -Kf - Last Tuesday the Bussard Theatre put on the best group of pictures that has been put on for some time. All them were in- structive and moral productions .. and they showed up true to life as oear as was possible in picture producing. Everyone present was- well^pleftsed with the even- ings program. ? * Why, notarrange for some pic- nic for pome time this season? A couple of, years has passed since Lipscomb has had a Com3-to- geflier meeting of an...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

Country and uf fe - -m i - Ollie Bussard came over from ■ •; Y " ^ ' \ Higgins Monday. Baird Prater drove to Glazier after freight Saturday. W. P, Hilt, of Sand Creek, was Monday morning. Stock hogs wanted by Breen & Strauss, .Shattuck, Okla. Neal Frass was a freighter in Glazier from this place Saturday. Oral Bowdel was in from Kiowa yesterday for a short time. P. R. Wheatly and son were in from northwest of town today. P. E. Hill was a Lipscomb bus- iness visitor from Sand Creek Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hunter were in from southeast of town trading Tuesday. N. B. Fry was a Lipscomb visitor in from north of town Wednesday. ► Wm. Rabe was in from north- west of town Monday for a short time trading. F. M. Henwood of southwest of town was a business visitor in the burg Monday. Warren Newell was over here on business from Shattuck, Okla- homa, last Monday. Attorney N. P. Willis, of Can- anian, was up here yesterday f>n professional business. W. A. Bradney and family were in fiom...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 May 1917

i SsM* and cowpeas are the forage crops best suited for sum- mer planting The transportation problem, under present condi- tions, promises to be a highly im- portant one. It is very desirable for this reason that farmers in Southern States should grow sufficient hay to feed their work / stock and other farm animals in- stead of importing it from other sections of the country. By do- ing this, the United States De- j partment of Agriculture states they will relieve the pressure on transporation agencies and release I laifee quantities of marketable hay for the use of the army. that he is fulfill all Citizenship and Upon him, and however slight, 'pve Aid or Comfort to e enemy is treason, for which seveie penalties ane provided in addition to that punishment which public opinion inflicts upon the memory of all traitors fn all lands. Signed, W. M. Hale, Sheriff. FOR SALE—Bunch of thorough- bred bull calves at my place 16 miles northwest of Lipscomb. Prices reasonable.--P. B. Mills. 49 C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 June 1917

m iiS2£s "*i. '■ ^ w ' 1 -:^m HH ^j'/- 3 4. No 42 1 n r1 ' ji 1 Li. 11 I 11 <1 =4 , < .•-j^r.-'V; jp ■ ■ M ■ - t^ssM ': * LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1917 Vol. 5, No. 28 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and-Lipscomb County. W Educational Column EDITED BY Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. FRESH AND SHORT Raver took dinner with G Harrison's last Sunday. Teare Bros., autoed to Higgins last Thursday to meet their cousin from California. Mrs. H. tt. Mitchell and chil- dren came out from Higgins last Thursday. j Mr. James McFarlan, of Hig- \ —e School s Obligation gins, visited at the Teare home last week. Mr. and. Mrs. G. M Simms autoed to Beavei last week. this comparatively quiet sector. Yesterday when we arrived one fellow had a close call. ,A shell Supt. W. H. Sewell and the Uni- versity Department of Extension. to the Home. Training for life in the home is more important today than ever DEDICATION SERVIC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 June 1917

:*U: v- -^5* 1?.' - ■PS|3& r; r_ — SUBSCRIPTION, TUB YEAR, fi.oo C. A. SXAGGS, Publisher. ' Published on Thursday Morning of Eacti Week Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 2d, 1912. at the postoffice 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, ier with copy. rates 12%c per inch, single measure; "front page, 50c. Locals Itrie. ?J3P When Some One Cares. f£ WORLD S TWO BEST TWO-ROW CULTIVATORS BP&; ^8®1? m Garden truck is pretty slow coming tp the front this summer although everyone in the old town has every pieee of ground that they can get holt of planted into something or other. Should a gentle rain be so fourtunte as ... - .. •- - to meander this B way vegetables ^puld be so plentiful that the small boy would be caught with the goods on him- Especially in - •• watermelon time. When you meet some disappointment, an' yer feelin' kind o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 June 1917

- • .. . 1 -• Monday. Earl Paine was in of town this morning. r- ~ - - ' r^SM mmm * J. S. Bussard motored to Glazier, overland and without doubt will njr—:aLJ ; be of a great deal of pleasure en route. A. R. Turner and Dr. C. A. Newland returned from Trinadad, I Colo., Saturday evening where l they had been for nearly a week \ in attendance at the bedside of Mr. Turner's sister who under went an operation for pedicitis at a hospital there. During the past week iron fenc- ing has begun to arrive for the Court Yard and when the time comes that all of the material is on the ground and erected an improvement will be made in the yard and its appearance will be very pleasing to the eye. The Peckenpaw brothers of Canadian came up Monday after- noon and started to redress the columns at the court house. When they are through with the job there will be a swellness add- ed to the appearance of the ex- terior part of the house that hasn't been there before. C. J. Wegan was in from south- west ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 June 1917

mm War Money Wheat. * 1 Sheriffs Proclamation to Foreign-Born Residents. jf you nee(j m0ney on account T 117 A/1 XT—I,. t in of the war or short wheat crop, i^V- P wii fn let me fi^ure with yOU- My COm" scomb, County, deem it^wise in panies have plenty of money at the present crisis, vin this formal jQW rates' on eaSy terms. Phone proclamation to assure all resi - me at cana(jjan at my expense.— ents of foreign birth that even in w , painw 283 the event of the United States be- coming actively involved in the great European war, no citizen of Notice to Hunters. . No trespassing or hunting will invasion of his pereonal or proper- be permit,ed on my premises, ty rights so iongas he goes peace- hufttmg positively forbidden-J. ab# about his business and con- raine- ducts himself-in a law-abiding, , manner.- - * Men w^° know themselves are The United States has never, often suspicious of others. in any war, confiscated the proper- —- ty of any foreign resident unless ■ « ... by bis own h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 June 1917

■?> ~ 5 Y* - ■ *M' ■ • v t i< •* :'.' - \"r "■-• O-' ■ Mil Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUtfTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE 1 4, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 29 == 'v1- Offieial Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County- -H- ife •BIG BLAZE V •• ;< , ■b at * Tuesday Afternoon 'Fire-Alarm Sounded. i£V" 1 BIG LOSS TO. TOWN W. S&oke Was Seen tor MilesSnappy Paragraphs About the[ the bonds renders it practical for I i VI71WID especially during March, April, the ordinary wage earner to pur- anc* May, will refrain from wash- ' chase on^with the savings of a ing eggs destined for the storage :few months, and the banks of the IjUTLJ I\km D V markets and take pains to reduce country have undertaken to pro- IIlVJl L1\U the number of dirty eggs by pro- ; vide for purchase of these bonds viding plenty of clean, sheltered J\ in. small weekly or monthly pay-^ . nests for their hens. 4". 15 jments. j Turned in by Our Regular ( Millions of eggs ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 June 1917

psPPSi 1\% : -'.i $#!& m asar Mf®4* S illlll *if?E^'r-l^,^S ■■ -- - •;•.« 1 MM I® SUBSCRIPTION, C. A. SIAGGS, ji ii .;*■■ THE YEAR. — $1,00 PubJiaher. W&$ Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week. Entered second-class matter, No- J, at the postoffice at Lips- under the A-et of March 3. it*: the publication will be neces- check or money order with copy. r..v> §9S « T Advertising rtite8 12%c per inch, single. column measure; front page, oOc. Locals ! tUreS and ; 5c j*r lin$. ^ _ :v - -mumam*— La ' .--i to put prices comparingly with the going of the times. The new schedule will take effect July 1st. Rates governing the future will be: Standing advertising, 15c per inch, lunof gaper on all pa?es with the ex- ception of Front page which will be 75c. Want ads, readers of all kinds 7ic per line with the ex- ception of front page which will be 15c. Cards of thanks lists of i Wedding presents, .writeup stuff | for entertainments as money fea- sich likes" that has in the past an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 June 1917

- ^■■■^ se^Saa own and Country Notes Wmm and PBsg 5f?r: ii Chas Lynch was in from east.ol town Monday. Phi! Scott was in Glazier after freight Friday. W. R. Hill was in from north- west of town Monday. J. T. Glasgow was north of town Monday. Go out of your way to do a favor and make a friend. ' *■ W. S. Spangle was in from east in from Si' r.w-- ;.|1S K9ii $®2f" a~' -3- • i .:• - MM mm >«•- f- IV- B of town Triesday trading. Man is made of dust and he wants the rest of the earth. G. S. Trottman was in from Sand Creek trading Saturday. Mrs. Henry Stephens and son Henry motored to Glazter Fri- day. * '•Bob" McDonald was in from the ranch northwest of town Monday. W. P. Cope was in Monday from northeast of town for a short time. ,.v - C^Gten Turner was in from the ranch east of town yesterday for a short time. C. H. McKee was busy doing repair work on the linfr m Glazier yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tubb, of Canadian, were here Saturday visiti&g with old time friends. Mr. and Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 14 June 1917

/ MS M ■■■ ■sr..?-Svi S ■ '. -vV~ & '*< • ••; * SSp "< • Wmvi:; I&1&5L i - — P.... L V- •v 'i*- pi ;'. * . * War Money Wheat. m A* If you need money on "account of the war or short wheat crop, let me figure with you. My com- panies have plenty of money at low rates on easy terms. Phone me at Canadian at my expense.— W. A. Palmer. 283 Sheriffs Proclamation to Foreign-Born Residents. 4, W. M. Hale Sherff, of Lip- scomb, County, deem it wise in the present-crisis, in this formal proclamation to assure all resid- ents of foreign birth that even in the event of the United States be- coming actively involved in the | - —— any ^ foreign power,' resident Classified Wants Lipscomb, County, need fear any ] in vasion of his personal or proper- ty rights so long as he goes peace- ably about his business and con- ducts himself in a law-abiding manner; ; V < . Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 5c pef line. One number or initial to ! count same as word. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 June 1917

V Jlomo Circle- Ioiblislic*d Monthly D LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, JUNE 21, 1917 iir KJi S' . - ; . ZM^SST m j. THE INSPIRED VOTE—By Roland Ashford Phillips v . MMi £ .Jt

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 June 1917

\ WHICH TRIP FOR YOU? ' : JL> i. : - p f? jCALirORNIAj i?. . "•: SBSSF L'«sr ©5 c« > , • 1 0 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 sprin gs — mud volcanoes—petri- fied forests—Grand Canytra 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 automobiles 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 ...

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