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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 5 July 1917

- ^-;% •?••.. -^pf: •:'. * ;- " .' • V* ' MPH* «H "\ % '"••••♦€■ Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now 44444*4111'i'W i f1W" |j'<& H ' Rnrp •-;■ Nl • > - I BMp i 11' • Spf f y? sf.-# «.J *W. P. Hill was in from Sand Creek Monday trading. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hill, Saturday, June 30. A boy. Bert Wright and family were in from west of town last Satur- day trading. "Bob" McDonald came in from Hfggins this morning where he had been over the Fourth. Mr. % and Mrs. J. B. Turner were in from northwest of town "Saturday a few hou.*s shop- ping." , * Henry Stephens, jr., arrived home from Alva., Okla., where he has been for a few days working in the harvest field. - Perhaps many a man who boasts of his / honesty would go lame if an opportunity worth while was to knock at his door. ■ Miss Gladys Olivei arrived Saturday evening from Okla- homa and will visit a few weeks h^re with relatives and other friends. A woman's persistency is pro- verbial. She made a wrong ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 5 July 1917

'ik Bfe-$ mmm «fP • --N^ /£ ==1 : .'V ~ Sheriffs Proclamation to To Whom it May Ccncern: Foreign-Born Residents, j The premises and following I W M. Hale Sherff, of Lip- live stock> A)1 H°gs Belonging to scomb, County, deem it wise in Mi. J. N. Peterson, Higgins, the present crisis, in this formal Texas, have today, been quaran- proclamation to assure all resid- tined on account of Hog Cholera. « «« m p a.' Pi? k •TV* I r & D. H. Cunningham, Chairman, Live Stock Sanitary Commission of Texas. 31, War Money Wheat. If you need money on account o? 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.— 283 31. ents of foreign birth that even in the event of the United States be- coming actively involved in the great European war, no citizen of any foreign power, resident in Lipscomb, County, need fear any invasion of jris personal or proper- ty rights so long as he goes peace- ably ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 July 1917

D Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1917. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County• LAKEMP WHISPERS 'Tis All True. For many days this shop of intelligence has been held in sus- pense, the office cat has t aken to lick up the paste and smack its WHY NOT MAKE A TRY ' Turned in map as good live trade centers with a greater business and put them in line for holding their own. What are you going to do? Are you going to sit and wait for something to happen? Wait for the rails to drop from' Mars, A \ _ lips for more, the towel that has A ~ ^ ■ 't* ■ t* t , Ior tne rails t0 arop trom Mars> by Our Regular I Wn l.nAwn tn stanH in A Tr>' For a fri-Town Inter- the rolling stock from Jupiter urban Railway Line. and thf telegraph line tomble from the moon or will you all get in 'ine for an inter-urban? WOULD BE WORTHY WILL LIPSC0MB SLEEP? Correspondent. FRESH AND SHORT Snappy Paragraphs About th...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 July 1917

T: , 'I itnf Ailufcili ifi«f i .ti Tnt««l iTi *■ j PTtTTtTttTTtTTTTTTTTTT i [ON $1.50 A YEAR j j j iS, Publisher. Morning of Eacfi I < > 1-class matter, No- postofRce at Lips- I* the Act of March 3. xntec the publication emetits it will be neces- draft, check or money rates 15c per sin- inch; front page 75c. ;; per line. and acres' of Dear Little Curly Head. [Dedicated to Neill N, Null.l says the Red Lodge Journal, ac- cording to the Cody (Wyo.) | Herald. Often these '"press" . notices in the cities each country would contain a veiled offer to the have a 50 ecre farm, leaving the publisher of an advertising con- balance of the earth to the wild tract sometime in the future, beasts and fishes. Sometimes it is a "test to see Empire, each man, woman child could have five land, earth family of five 25 acres; and if one half the people lived r*v m A-: ' r i Be a Lipscomb-Higgins-Arnett ^ interurban booster. Let us have a railroad any way. Letjus build one. There are enough of good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 July 1917

ifeals i, " \ Town and Country Notes = Snappy, Choice and Up. to Now m|m|h IK' Glazier i it i - I' Jess Bussard was in after freight Monday. > I N7 H. y Baldwin was in from Saiid Creek Tuesday on business. 1 I J. T. Glasgow was a Lipscomb visitor in from north of town Monday. Lee Allen was > a _ Lipscomb trader in from northeast of town | Monday. E. 0. Helton, of Canadian, was a pleqgant calbr in town this morning. A man's sins find him out eventually, but his wife usually beats them to it. A women seldom known what she wants until she discovers she can't get it. Even the man who knows it all seldom gets a chance to tell it after he gets married. Hemy Mehlhop was a Lips- comb business visitor in from northeast of town Saturday. If a man is too proud to beg and too honest to steal, what business has he in politics? * r Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Haueison ^attended church Sunday at the Union church from southeast of town. Wyat Hagen and Judge Parker, of Shattuck, Okla., were busy people...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 July 1917

■Mm- ffs Proclamation to Notieeof Special Road Tax Foreign-Born Residents, j Election. Notice is hereby given that an etection will be held on Saturday, August 4th, 1917, in a defined district in Lipscomb County having the same boundaries as Commessioner's Precidct No. ;3, to determine whether there shall be levied upon the property with- road tax p. y J li . M. Hale Sherff, of Lip- County, deem it wise in crisis, in this formal on to assure all resid- birth that even in the United States be- vely involved in the n war, no citizen of power, resident in ounty, need fear any . , , his personal or proper- in saia aiscncc a sP®cuj ]ong as he goos p62ic6- of 15 cents on the $100.00 v&lu&- his business and con- tion of propeity within said dis- lf in a law-abiding trict. The polls will be opened at ^he regular voting places in nited States has never, Commissioner's Precinct at ^ confiscated the proper- g 0>C|0C^ m an(j wj|j remajn ,y foreign resident unless Qpen Untu 7 oVlook p...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 July 1917

3 3 3 Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1917. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb Count} TRI-TOWN INTERURBAN Proper Thing for the Big Three Combination. WORTH THE HUSTLE Lipscomb -- Higgins - Arnett Would Get on fhe Map Live Members. as over. Providing that the "live ones" would get then' ''heads to- gether" and start something with a plan that the farmers along the route didn't have to cornea cross | with all hard cash an INTER- URBAN COULD BE BUILT. Turned With the freight that comes 1 from Lipscomb and Arnett to a :*oad would be a pretty good run LAKEMP WHISPERS Vol. 5, lacerated limb caused by bursting shell. Lipscomb has several of i her good boys who have enlisted | and went to the call of the colors and others to go. Who can tell | but some of them may be called upon for duty in the Far East HAS ABOI VANISf in by Correspondent. Our Regular^ q( ou ^ rolls up and down over many an obl...

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

OMB LIKE LIGHT ♦*++ i**+++<********n ******* ■ SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 A YEAR ^ • — C. A. SKAGQS, Publisher. Sfc> ' felithed on Thursday Morning of Eacti Week as second-class matter, No- * M, 1912, at the postoffice at Llps- Texas, under the Act of March 3 to guarantee the publication advertisements it wiH be neces- id either draft, check or money copy. 51 Meditation. L Lovingly inscribed-to my ''Kid Sister.' rjtising rates 15c per sin- iumn inch; front page 75c. .7£c per line. • ■ It v & II :-r Should the people build an inter-urban the town of Lipscomb would put on frills and flub-dubs it never thought of before. It would have miles of cement walk, a city water works and some other things that it would nveer hope too, other wise. Guess its worth the effort, isn't it.? It takes money and hard work to produce something, but should the FLOUR MILL have materia- lized some three years ago would the dear people have been forced to pay the $7 and $8 dollars per hundred for that grea...

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

W4. rW-f ■MM attend PtS'^M '• " •' i-SK^' BpSi':' vr Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now .== % When love at first leads to mar- providing everyone will make it a riage second sight is apt to lead to point to bring their "bit" along. device. Don't you know, if per chance, Saul Winter and family were Lipscomb should happen to grow in from southeast of town Satur- and make a bloomin' live town day shopping. there would be a two-story brick upon the hill where the frame A Walton was in from sout i- sc^00j hpUse now stands and it east of town Saturday afternoon ^ wouj^ ^ mannec] by at least ten for a short time. teachers. Every school kid in Mr., and Mrs. P. R. Wheatly the old town could then get their in from From Fifth Creek minds stored with some useful were Saturday trading. Baird Prater went to Glazier after freight Saturday morning returning in the evening. Enos Jackson was a Lipscomb visitor in from Sand Creek Satur- day looking 'round for something to eat. Ed ^ard...

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

Sheriffs Proclamation to Forefgn-Born Residents. W. M.Hale Sherff, of Lip- scomb, County, deem it wise in present crisis, in this formal mation to assure all resid- foreign birth that even in of thfe United States be- actively involved in the uropean war, no citizen oi ign power, resident in district in . Lipscomb County having the same boundaries as Commessioner's Precidct No. 3, to determine whether there shall be levied upon the property with- in said district a special roacj tax of 15 cents on the $100.00 valua- tion of propeity within said dis- trict. The polls will be opened at *he regular voting places in said Commissioner's Precinct at 8 o'clock a. m. and will remain MAN WITH AUTO WANTED. —Must be a hustler and fur- nish best of references. Liberal salary, permanent work. Give references, etc., first letter.—Box 375, Enid, Oklahoma. 610 WANTED—Farmers to take no- tice that I am now prepared to sharpen your discs with a cele- brated Rotary Disc Sharpener, j Give me a call.—H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

Jlomo Circle- PuWislK d Monthly i LIPSOMB, TEXAS, JULY 26 , 1917 m THE AMIABLE PRETENDERS—By Eleanor Hoyt Brainerd

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

How the Educated Woman Can Best Serve Her Country N this great time of trial for our country, we are learning many new lessons, and chief among these we are learning to plan for our country's future welfare, to look beyond the present mo- ment. The intelligent and educated women of our land are all seeking to "do their bit" and there is a wonderful way open to them. We need now. and^or years to come, an ever increasing number of com- petent Trained Nurses, and we need them badly. If the war lasts as long aa many think probable, we need them for duty with Ambulance Corps and in Base Hospitals. If the war ends quick- ly, we need them to meet the scourge of disease that follows every great con- flict. If we have war or not, we need them every moment in our cities and in our rural communities to help care for the sick and to sprea4 the light of that new science—The Prevention of Disease. The nursing profession has no hesi- tation in saying to you: "We can offer you a profession that, in...

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

/ BY B. FLETCHER ROBINSON Co-author with A. Conan Doyle of "The Hound of the Baskervilles," Etc. The Vanished Millionaire mm mm'' mm Iffe ml Continued from last issue |E walked forward, following the broad trail until we came to a circular patch of trodden snow. Evidently the searchers had stopped and stood talking to- gether. On the further side I saw the Footprints of a man plainly defined. There were some half-dozen clear im- pressions and they ended at the base of the old wall, which was some six feet in height. "I am glad to see that you and your friends have left me something, Mr. Harbord," said the inspector. He stepped forward and, kneeling down, examined the nearest footprint. "Mr. Ford dressed for dinner?" he inquired, glancing up at the secretary. 'Certainly! Why do you ask?" " Merely that he had on heavy shoot- ing boots when he took this evening Btroll. It will be interesting to discov- er what clothes he wore." The inspector walked up to the wall, moving parallel to th...

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

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION "You insisted on coming down wifh lie gave me a reassuring pat upon the me," he suggested. back. "I know all about that," I told "Have you ever heard of a 'priest's him. "I haven't complained, - have hole?'" he whispered. "In the days I? If you want me to shut myself when Meudon Hall was built, no coun \ up for a week I'll do it> but I should prefer to have some idea of the reason why." "I don't wish to create mysteries, Mr. Phillips," he said kindly; "but, believe me, there is nothing to be gained in vague discussions." I knew that settled it as' far as he was concerned, so I nodded my try house was without its hiding- place. Protestants and priest, Roy- alists and Republicans, they all used the secret burrow at one time or another." "How did he get in?" "That is what we are here to dis- cover; and as I have no wish to destroy Mr. Ford's old oak panels I think head and filled a pipe. At eleven he our simplest plan will be to wait walked across the ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

© 'D rather meet a nice man than Bee the Abbey," Priscilla War- rington admitted to herself, as she whirled down Piccadilly in a hansom and eyed the pass- ers-by. The sentiment may have indicated low tastes; but it must be urged in extenuation that, during two months on the Continent, Priscilla had met many beautiful cathedrals, and no nice men. Not that the men had been unappreciative. From Naples to Ber- lin, from Budapest to Paris, resplendent officers, roystering students, gallant citizens of many types, had invited her smiles; but she had not dared to smile. " In our country," she explained, .when writing to a home friend, "one knows that a man will stop when one crosses one's fingers and says ' King's X'; but I doubt, I seriously doubt, whether these heavenly angels, in comic-opera clothes, understand the rules of the game." And so, being a wise j^oung woman, with a wholesome respect for unknown explosives as well as a mighty curiosity concerning them, Miss Warrington had, whi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION • [ through it, and a piquant, provocative face, and a sudden illuminating smile that brought lurking dimples into view, seemed to content him, and though he talked of himself, man- wise, the talk was only of his tastes, his beliefSj his dreams, and held no hint of his name or occupation or rank. ' "Funny how little one knows what an hour will bring!" said the Nice Man, quite as earnestly as though he had not been evolving a hopeless commonplace. .He was apparently addressing a paper cutter which he had taken from the writing desk and was fingering. "A man goes -along doing stupid things; and then, some day, he starts out to do what promises to be more than ordinarily stupid—and finds the meaning of life waiting for him just around the corner." It wasn't profound and the paper cutter was not impressed; but the man's voice was earnest and there was Ja seriousness about his mouth and the eyes he lifted suddenly to Priscilla had a look in them that was not ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

/ HAT machine? Why, that's the Perkinses'." "But I saw him out in a different one yes- terday." "Oh, yes; big tour- ing car? That's his old one. By Carleton Brown Buying this one, or renting it, I suppose. He's developed acute motormania." "I didn t know he had enough money." "Well, it doesn't take all the money in the world, nowadays, to buy an auto. He's got a chauffeur, too." But though everyone doubted Per- kins' ability to support a touring-car even larger than his family, no one doubted for a moment that he owned the car in which he rode daily. Yet the fact was, he didn't own even the spark-plug, for Perkins was a "joy- rider"—the most modern manifestation of the "dead beat." Perkins fell into this iniquitous prac- tice through envy of his neighbor, Klocke, who was the proud owner of a 30-h. p., and the downward path was as smooth and simple as an asphalt grade. Klocke had no more money than Perkins, yet the rivalry between the two families was so great that Mrs. Klocke never ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

V mi and Ion winter, must turn aside to -tell of Allen and Christopha, that young husband and wife whose first adventure, Miggy thought, was like something sweet and bright ago. It happened this last ut I cannot perceive any graVfe difference between the winter night and this June. Believe me, the seasons and the silences and we ourselves are not so different as we are alike ' On t>he night of her wedding Chris- topha threw her bouquet from the din- ing room doorway, because there were no front stairs from which to throw it, but instead only a stairway be- tween walls and to be reached from the dining room—a mere clerk of a Btair instead of a proprietor-like hall staircase. In the confusion which fol- lowed—the carnations had narrowly missed the blading white gas burner high in the room—the bride ran away above stairs, her two bridesmaids fol- lowing. Her mother was already there, vaguely busy with vague fabrics. As Miggy had told me, she herself was one of Christopha's bridesmai...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

/ HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION Afraid Continued from page 8 But Allen found him breathing on his fingers and staring out of the frosty window into the dark. It was Jacob Ernestine, brother to the woman who had brought up Allen and had been kind to him when nobody else in the world was kind. For years Sarah Ernestine had been "West"—and with that awful inarticulacy of her claps, mere distance had become an impas- sable gulf and the silence had taken her. Allen had not even known that she meant to return. And now, Jacob told him, she was here, at his own home back in the hills—Sarah and a child, a little stray boy, whom she had found and befriended as she had once befriended Allen. And she was dying. "She didn't get. your letter, I guess," the old man said, " 'bout gettin' mar- ried. She come today, so sick she couldn't hold her head up. I see she didn't know nothin' 'bout your doin's. I didn't let her know. I just drove in, like split, to tell you, "when the doctor went. He says she ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

if! ESSE 10 HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION it not he the perfume of her own bridal bouquet, the carnations which she had carried that night? But then the child stirred, and Christopha roused a little, and, after all, the sense of the flowers in the room was the sense of the little one in her arms. As if many things mean one thing. It was toward dawn that th^ end came, quite simply and with no manner of finality, as if one were to pass into another chamber. And after that, as quickly as might be, Christopha and Allen made ready to drive back to the village for the last bitter business of all. Allen, in the barn with Jacob, won- dered what he must do. Allen was sore hearted at his loss, grateful for the charge that he had been given; but what was he to do? The child ought not to stay in Jacob's cottage. If Chris' mother would take him for a littiig— but Allen knew, without at all being able to define it, her plaintive, burdened manner— the burdened manner of the irresponsible. Still puz...

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