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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 July 1913

l' 'ifS ■ 10MB LIME LIGHT iZ'-} - SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGG$, Publisher ms t t' ifel -Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements , it will be necessary to send either ■draft, check or money order with copy. Lipscomb vs Sunset. Last Sunday afternoon our ball tosssers went out to Sunset and played a warm game with the "home guards" of that placa. The first inning run five scores through to the good and after that were on Easy Street. Sunset players worked the game hard enough but was just too slow to "make good." Below is the score: LIPSCOMB. Advertising rates 12^c per inch single column measurer front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Minutes of Royal Guy Roeks Guy Rock Castle . July 17 The Royal Guys met in regular session h,t the Castle with a thimble full o.f attendance in good standi...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 July 1913

Fiv i | ■ ~t' Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. x : ■■ ■ Bert Shutterly was in Higgins Saturday on business. Charley Teton was in from the Fiats Monday trading. P. K. Wheatly was in from Fifth Creek Saturday trading. James Wolfe was in attending Commissioners court Monday. Prii| Cope was in town Mon- day getting "fixings" for Lis pump Dr. J. T. Guthrie, of Ochiltree, came down Monday and visited with his many friends here. Dr. W. P. Driver and "Big" Moore, living west of town were business visitors here Tuesday. T. L. Shahan returned Satur- d \y evening from a few days stay with his son, A. 0., near Grand. H S. Breen of Shadeland, was in attending to business before tho Commissioners court Mon day. , O j Randolph,of Canadian was in town, Friday shaking hands with his many friends in this vicinity. Sheriff Berlin MjUhollon and wife were visiting in tiiggins last Saturday evening with friends and relatives. J. M. DeLisle and wife, of Boyd, Okla., ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 July 1913

Peter Bradford President Farmer's Union ■■■■ No farmer can raise, no matter how cheap it is offered. No field is well plowed until all the soil is upturned. We grow by what we feed on, ' i both bodily and mentally. the as necessary nation as a The crelit merchaut is pawnbroker of agriculture. The man of sens3 and culture alone understands farming. Home, in one form or another, is the great subject of life. There is no waste so great as feeding scrub stock for the market. The greatest truths are the simplest and so ?.re the greatest farmers. The architect is to the life of the detective. The agricultural exhibits should be made the leading fea- ture of the fair. The fate of a nation depends on how it is. fed. The farm is a nation's" commissary. Let us get back to the soil with legislation and rest all on bMrock of agriculture. The farmer must depend upon mercy rather than on justice to fix the price of his products. Credit is the gateway to oppor- tunity, and opportunity is the everl...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 July 1913

11111111 t^SSm j -4- - -t~-.-;- h SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, JULY 17 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY J. B. Turner was in from Fifth Creek last Friday. W. P. Hill was in town on business Wednesday. H. E. Douglas came in from the farm this morning. Several of the good people went jto^Higgins today to* take in a show. Chaa. Teten was in town shak- ing hands with his many friends Saturday. A. L. and Bert Hughes were in Saturday and Sunday taking in the sights. J. J. Allen started in Tuesday morning to assist Townes' in finishing up the E. F. Randolph house. \ C. J. Wegan, of Sand Creek, commenced painting the interior of the Randolph house Tuesday -morning. After working his car over yes- terday, J. K.' Paine put on a good fcank of gas and left for home this morning. If sold in the next 30 days will give you a bargain in your home place at Lipscomb. If in- terested write Dr. J. T. Guthrie, Ochiltree. A class of Arkansas Bible students has reached the solemn verdict that there is no hell. Well som...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 July 1913

Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 36 * Official Paperof Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Old Friends Pay Marked Respect E. C. Gordon VeterarrRailroad Promoter and Build' er Succumbs....Funeral Simple and Impres= sive...Many pay Last Respects. / A simple service, surrounded by tliose who loved and admired him in life, a solemn march to tbe cemetery and grave- closed over Maj E. 0. Gordon yesterday afternoon at Athens, ending a career full of eneigy for the ben- fit of his fellows. What could be Said of any more to his credit Success came to Maj Gordon that it might benfit the communi- ty and people to which he gave his superior talents. To those u ho gave him their full confi- dence it was never betrayed. He was faithful t > the trus<-, though personally oftimes it was to his disadvantage. Tin >k about the JDecaturs see the genius of the man worked that others might benefit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 July 1913

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of- Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered"as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy- " .. • • Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals .5c per line. :> X Make Haste Slowly We are asked to vote for the Amendments July 19, 1913. j They would be a.'good'thing. if! |he power therein given would always be properly, applied. No doubt; the laws as they were framed were for the protection of the real settler, farm and ranchman. But since there has come among us a floating popula- tion and a set of town and town- lot speculators who want to build up their self interests by taxing, the real farm and ranchman be- ybnd what is right and just it is time to call a ha...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 July 1913

Gathered Here artd There and But JSjHiort to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. JU ?> IWr*' Dr. Driver was in town Mon- day. 4; '•;v "'*: M. Speyers was in town Tues- day. J. B. Turner was in town Mon- day on business. , ■- ire.*- ■ Alex Chapman, was in from his farm west of town Tuesday. Lipscomb will have a hot ball game on the home diamond $und«y. V ^ Sunday is the day when Lip- scomb and Sunset will play ball afternoon. Hf. and Mrs. P. L. Parks were in town Monday evening visiting with Mrs. Grover Bussard.; We are pleased to learn that John Keller is coming along fine at theHiggins Sanatarium. Frass, of near Higgins through town yesterday morning on his way to the ranch. Mrs. Geo. W. Long leit last TtoiilKiay afternoonior a couple of -Weeks visH %t€ Wichita with friends and relatives. %■: J V. ' • Don't forget that there will be a great big balf game pu lied off on the home /diamond, Sunday , July fc'Sfth .- ■•••* " W* E. Merydith came down frdm "Vally Park Monday morn- iftg^ and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 July 1913

A 5S-~ by Peter Bradford President Farmer's Union City Building- Notes. 'Tis a wise farmer that knows bis own soil. Mortages are far too popular as clover crop. Because a bad habit exists it is no sign it is right. There is no nobler task in civi- lization than building a home. Farmers succeed only through ability, energy, co-operation and useful effort The know-it-all in agricul- ture is like fruit—the soonest ripe the soonest spoiled. ... Two-thirds of our farmers are tenants and fifty-one per cent of them move every year. Farm peasantry is the most alarming spectre that confronts the public of Texas today. The problem to deal with is not the high cost of living but the high cost of marketing Tg Reduced to its lowest terms, good farming is good reading, good thinking and good work. The biggest obstacles in the way of the Texas farmer is our present system of rural credit The farmers problem is every- one's problem. What affects the farmer also affects the consum- ing public. Give ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 July 1913

SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, JULY 24 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY W. dav. A. Miller was in town to glr IH SsSfe W'S-S l~~ - ■ W. D. Noland, oi Higgins, was in town Monday. W. J. Cessna made a drive up to Tally Park Saturday. Alex Chapman was in from his ranch west of town Saturday. P. B. WheatJy and J. B. Tur- ner were in town from Fifth Creek this morning. <W. H. Osborn, Hy. Stevens and the Misses Osborn and Wood dro-ve to $hattuck Okla., Tues- day morning returning in the avening. ;4'v; Bussard & Bussard are doing some work on their threshing outfit and making preparations to get busy in the harvest field pretty shortly. Sunday afternooD, July 27th Lipscomb's First Nine will cross bats with the Sunset boys. Something will be doing. It is anticifated to be some game. C W. Ridgeway, and wife, nephew of W. E. Merydith, and Ed. Stubbs, of Dexter, Kan., is here on an extended visit for the benefit of his health and will also take in the camp meeting. Jess Bussard, the past week, purchase...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 July 1913

• - SBgjg-'r ®8&-~ •-.:J '^.. ; ;•; • ' . . ■' ''r.'"; \' iff' - ^ • ~ ' " . • • ? ■/■-•'." '; • • ? ' . • *S Lipscomb Lime Light Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1913. YOL 1 NO. 37 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Passing of a Grand Man of His Day Loved by the Children, Cherished by the Mothers and Highly Respected by the Wise Heads of a Generatation in Old Alabama. Major Eugene C Gordon—The death of this distinguislisd citi- zen aud his burial in our city on last Thursday recalls odp of the most remarkable careers which it has ever our privilege to htudy. It lias been full of alter- nate extreme, of gooYl fortune and bad fortune. The first be. bore with modesty, the last with dig- nity. Neither oue or the other moved him from the high plane to which his hi ^h ideals led him nor could misfortune daunt the absolute confidenca which he had that no task was too large lor one w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 July 1913

> LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published oil Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- ofjice at Lipscomb, Texas, undei; the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of-foreign advertisements it will be necessary t6 send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates_12^c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Poor Child, What a Pity. "Good roads and good schools all through, both in town and country and manned by high salaried instructors of intelli- gence—an eight ancl nine months term being taught—Is there an instance where "maintenance of the family" is taken through taxation or a "half clad" child unless the man of the house is too shiftless and lazy to labor for 'maintenance of the family." Quilp City Building- Notes. The ship of progress waits for no one. Shady steets make more pleasant. life's walk The proof of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 July 1913

\ HI m I M: , . B Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Lester Simpson was in from Lis ranch west ofjbown Tuesday. N. N. Flathers came in Tues- day morning with a load of drummers. * J. A. Black returned yesterday morning from Glazer with two big loads of freight. Hank Bussard drove to Shat- tack yesterday morning after a load of mixed goods. Mr. and Mrs. E. Bandolph went to Quinlan, Okla., last Saturday Vvening and returned Monday evening. W. B Tandy-, of Glazier came in from LaKemp yesterday after- noon and left for his home later in the day. ' 0. <J. Wegan, of Sand-^Creek, came in Tuesday to do some artistic painting on the interior of the £ F. Bandolph house. Tuesday morning John. Edgar and Earl Paul left for Glisan's ranch on Sand Creek commenced work on John's large granary. Q. E. Akers, One of Lipscomb county's prosperous farmers ahd stock raisers, was in town shak- ing hands with his many friends Tuesday. A. C. Shah...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 July 1913

- r Peter Bradford President Farmer's Union Kicks don't spell failure. The farmer -still rocks the cradle of our country. ^ Prophecy is safe business provided ycu don't invest in it. The products of the soil are teachers and preachers as well. With a horse as with a man, .'tis not work but worry that kill. There must be co-ordination between production and distri- bution. The farmer fixes the price of neither the things we sell nor buys. The farmer is mote or less out- side the bulwarks arranged for finance. Big business must be run by big men, and farming is o r big- gest business. The farmer is the Nation's juryman and must settle all dis putes in court. Plow deep while sluggards and you will have corn to j sell and to keep. ✓ l, No American farmer will wear a bridle—independence of spirt is his chief asset. Farming embraced both pro- I| duction and^ marketing and they p • cannot be segregated. Science in farming is useful t insofar as it contributes toward successful farming. ^ F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 31 July 1913

r SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, JULY 31 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY 0. A. Newland was in Higgins Wednesday. T. J Reasoner was in town Tuesday morning. Alex Chapman was iu from west of town Monday. Jobn Glisan came in from Sand Greek Tuesday morning. Gas. Meklhop was in from the Oat (.'reek country Monday trad- ing. C. D. Hill a ad family of Fifth Creek, were in to.vn Monday trading. Fred Parks, of Cat Creek, was in Sunday taking in the ball game. Jess Bussard drove to Glazier yesterday morning returning in the evening. Mrs. W. K. Barton aud son, Laton returned from Kansas last Saturday evening. During the recent rain storm, W. P. Hill, living on Sand Creek, lost a very valuable mare by lightning. Mrs. C. H. McKee and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Woods are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bellah of LaVerne, Okla., this week. The farmers in this end of Lip- scomb county are beginning to feel like "its all . right now" the rain has been coming pretty regular. P. B. Mills returned fi\ m Medicine Lodge, Ka...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 August 1913

-v % Lipscomb Lime Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 7, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 38 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the" Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County F. W. Zimmerman of Amarillo Talks Here Tuesday Evening in the Interest of Panhandle Fair ...Fair Sized Audience in Attendance...Many Good Points Suggested to Farmer. P*- I • ■: A Panhandle Fair—something moving in exhibition circles— thats one of the topics agitating the minds of the deep thinking aggresive going people in this end of Texas. At 5 o'clock Tues- day evening, F. W. Zimmerman of Amarillo, Texas, brought the subject up 'before a fair sized audience of L pscomb citizens which gathered at the court- house. Mr. Zimmerman poiuted out the worthiness of, an enterprise, of this kind. A great deal of; en- thusiasm was displayed l^/.hose present. * Besides a talk on the ^'air proposition Mr. Zimmerman also gave some practical-ideas in scientific f&rming, dwelling for so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 August 1913

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT subscription, the year, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher" Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates 12^c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Blocking The Parcel Post. It was to be expected that the proposal to extend the parcel post would meet opposition. Its enemies were strong enough for 25 years to prevent its establish- ment and when the parcel post did come into being in response to an irresistible popular de- mand from a country weary of being robbed by express compan- ies, the law was designed to give us little relief as possible. Despite the obstacles purposely thrown in the way of its develop- ment it has proved a huge suc- cess, and now Postmaster ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 August 1913

e~~'~ m Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit-the Minds of Busy Readers. Sp" ijg if > | I I lit'* 1:3 W: N. N. Flattiers cam^ over from Higgins Tuesday. W. P. Hill, of Sand Creek, was in town Tuesday afternoon. Alex Chapman was in from bis place west of town Tuesday. Roy Townsdin was in from the Fifth Creek vicinity yesterday morning. * Sam Hunter came in from the ranch yesterday morning and "done some tiading. " • Mrs. Hoy Townsdin, of Fifth Cre.jk returned Sunday from a three weeks visit up in Kansas witb friends and relatives. Tre isarer Millhollon returned tlie first of the week from Wood- ward where he had been taking treatment for rheum itism. Dr. C. A. Newland was called to Glazier lues-day morning to assist presenting Dr. and Mrs; Catron of that place with a fine boy. D. JV. Wright, the Singer sewing machite man of Canadian, was in town yesterday looking after his^business interests up in this part- of the country. w.h. r arker took in the pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 August 1913

.jifc;. Farm Facts BY Peter Bradford President Farmer's Union Facts always have stubborn enemies. Money is the motive power of civilization. Those who surfeit can be as sick as those who starve. We have learned to produce, now we must learn how to mar- ket. The most powerful influences in agriculture are markets and credits. Cheap mone}- is one of the greatest ministers to human needs the world possesses. Cheap money is afforded .every business man in every line of busi- ness except in the business of farming. The inventive geniuses are 1 tho inost valuable larm hands we liave and they perform an endur- ing service to mankind. What is sometimes called an overproduction i-s merely the clogging of the markets by a bad system of distribution. . <r The farmer gets more out of a fair than anyone else. The fair to a city man is an entertain- ment; to a farmer it is education- al. An exhibition of perfect prod- ucts of the soil stirs the genius in artists, and their purity furni- shes m...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 August 1913

■§11 1 SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, AUG. 7 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY James Wolfe was in town Tues- day. N. H. Baldwin was in from his ranch Wednesday trading. J. B. Turner came in from Fifth Ceek yesterday afternoon. Geo. McSpadden had threshers busy in his field Monday morn- ing. ' F. E. Stevens was in from the country Tuesday shaking hands with his many friends. We learn the past week that •j('. J. Wegan sold his farm on Sand Creek to James Wolf. John Edgar came iu from John Glisan's Saturday evening to remain home over Sunday. The past week, 0. H. McKee worked a wrinkle • of some sort and has become the possessor of a new Ford. Mr. and Mrs. (J. M. Cusom, of Palestine, Texas, are here this week visiting with Mr. * nd Mis Albert Mint^n. I P. R. Wheatly of Fifth Creek drove by this office Wednesday forenoon loaded down with another big husky fellow. Rev. Hanks of Glazier, held services in the Union church Monday evening A fair sized congregation was in attendance. Albert Mintou, of the Li...

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