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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION 11 The Amiable Pretenders Continued, from previous page \ privacy might make the intruders move on. The Nice Man had come into the room and was standing beside the chair in which Priscilla had been sitting when he left her, his expression still one of surprise, tinged deeply with annoyance and regret. Priscilla moved so that he could see her, though her face was hidden from the woman on the divan. ■"I'm here," she said, in a nervous • little voice. "It was so warm. There is a little more air here by the win- dow." The man's face cleared miraculously, and he joined her. "I was in a beastly funk, you know —afraid you had gone. You're not feeling faint, are you? I'll ppen the window." He suited the action to the words; and as she looked out into the garden Priscilla's longing for flight swelled to t monumental proportions. " I wonder whether one could get out that way," she said. "Out where?" "To the street." "I suppose so; but who wants to get out to the s...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

American Gentleman Sport Shoes YOU are entitled to the same good wearing qualities in sport shoes as you are in your other shoes. But you don't always get this value. Quality is sometimes sacrificed for style. But you do get these qualities in American Gentleman Sport Shoes. And you get the style in addition. They are made of the same standard materials, by the same skilled workmen, and with the same painstaking care as all other American Gentleman Shoes—quality is not neglected because they are sport shoes and style dominates. Your dealer has half a dozen or more styles of American Gentleman Sport Shoes for you to choose from that will surely please your eye and pocket book and give you the wear and service you are entitled to. Choose the style you like best—all are authentic. Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co. ST. LOUIS This illustration shows one of the most popular styles for this season's wearing: A White Canvas Oxford with Mahogany Strap and Toe. White Neolin Sole and White Rub- ber Hee...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

%■ -aa fN .w D mm 11 Nfe. -Herald -Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 26, l"9t7. Vol. 5, No. as Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. c Through the 'Cp-operation of People Along Route. A BENEFIT TO ALL An Economizer in Handling Freight and Passengeis For Inland /Towns. of their people and builds one has it. Its the only sure and safe plan BUILD AN INTRURBAN and haul our stuff to and from the trunk lines over the INTER- URBAN. . There's nothing to it, you can't beat.it for accommodation. The system is there on the ground floor of twentieth century economy for all time to come. Sweep the "cobwebs from your garret" you wise ones with a white tie and see if you can't jar something loose for your own benefit as well as those of others. A TRI-TOWN INTERUR- BAN, LIPSCOMB-HIGGtNS- ARNETT—the places that you call home and the hot stuff. A ' MM You bet it is all in the game to try and have something and '...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

lliiP LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT k——— SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 A YEAR C. A. SKAQQS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postofflce at Upp- comb, Texas, under the Aet of March 3. 1879. In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- to send eithemdr^ft, check or money r with copy. sary orde Hr* IY * * * ♦ , Advertising rates 15c per sin- gle, column inch; front page 75c. 7$c per line. m Ode to the Piaon. A TRI-TOWN' INTERUR- URBAN, thats the stuff. A commendable feature of the mass meeting at the Court House was the readiness of the good peo- ple to take hold of the Red Cross proposition I as presented by County Judge Sewell who is chairman of the Rural Com- mittees. Several took the op- portunity to throw in "their bit" toward the $3,000 that Lipscomb county must raise which will go a long way toward lending aid to the stricken soldier on the firing line of the worlds great war now in a...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

T' "0; " ••f" ' L-2 . -« -^*s> %?S: gSm*-* ■ ' • •.. * v - rr;'^-^-:.-- ~'i-; I 01: I'' wELtV %jk fe-!£$ \m\ m v 4b k • Tfii? and Country Notes , Choice and Up to Now kimit.il it4i4i*inniii«n HI i in Henry Mehlhop was in from northeast of town Tuesday. C. G. White was in from the ranch north of town yesterday. N.^N. Flathers was in from his home west of town t his morn- ing. John Landers and family were over from Higgins a short - time Sunday afternoon. Mrs. F. M-Hen wood was in yesterday from the ranch south- west of town shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Peery were in from west of town yes- terday for a short time. D. L. Burch was in from the ranch north of town for a short time Tuesday afternoon. Jess Bussard made a couple of round trips to Glazier yesterday after freight with his truck. Roy Peugh motored over from Higgins Tuesday morning and "father went bade witji him." Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hill of Sand Creek were seen at the Court House Monday evening. Remember the Methodist re- ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 July 1917

wm*: mmm if.' If :< r- i m, W'V ■( L ■ • w s mm., ; -tp. ■ & ' Er Helping the Country School. Dr. Shurter said today, in speaking of the work of the Inter- scholastic League next year. "An effort will be made tfc reach in particular the smaller rural schools of the state, and it • is planned to have a Rural School Division of Boys' and 'Girls' De- bating ' and ' Deciamation. A 'Rural School'- for this purpose will mean either a one or two- teacher school.. "Another problem that is being worked out is the matter of mitting girls to the.debating con- tests. A circular letter sent to all members of the League regarding this question shows that out of the 140 replies, 106 of these are in favor of admitting girls to the debating teams, and only 34 are opposed, the latter for the most part being representatives of the larger high schools. "In order further to favor the rural sehools, which the league i£ t now especially aiming to reach, it is proposed to grade the amount of the mem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 August 1917

m v ■ o 3 3 £ TFRnl Herald-Vol. 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 2„ 1917. Vol. 5, No. 30 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. St'. ARNETT UKES IDEA To,. Build Inter-Urban \ Between Three I owns. WILL GET IN LINE their own benefit as well of those o'f other places working their ♦ V "noodles" for a benefit of some !sort? AN INTERURBAN is one of the things that will put the three Line town on the map as strong as any other old thing on the calendar. Does Lipscomb still want to dream? Is Higgins still dreaming? And Arnett awaking? x Providing Higgins and Lip- scomb Warm up to Tri Town Inter-urban. WHY NOT HAVE ONE i •" . • ~ " " r | you have manifest in this matter, i I am Yours very truly, 1 T. 0. Wattson, Assistant Direct- i. I or. -A County Agent for scomb County Lip- WOULD BE BENEFIT The following was J:aken from the Ellis County (Olfla.,) Capital in reply to an article which Lime Light pioduced we...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 August 1917

SUBSCRIPTION $1.50 A YEAR 1 1 1 in t C. A. SKAGOS, Publisher. ****1>*******♦************* * t * * The Lakfe of the Dismal Swamp. | - ■ < , •f i Thursday Morning of Eacti W««k office of the Local Board, and must be filed at the office of thus local board, on or before the seventh day after the date of posting of this notice. „ Your attention is called to the penalties for violation or evasion of the Selective Service Law approved May 18, 1917, and of the Rules a id Regulations which may be consulted at this office. O-N. S-N. Entered as second-class matter, No- | * " f 20, 1912, at the postofHee at Lips- j Texas, under the Act of March 3 ; ssb- In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or rnonev order with copy. Advertising rates 15c per sin- gle c6lumn inch; front page 75e Locals 7^c per line. - > g ?*•*> t w -> § Wk„- -W& jgl-' - to# Hi Join the Red Cro£s Auxiliary. Its a good cause and worth...

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

f J H i'v x -4V '^P wSBf^liaagydH *#♦# f fc' Si in fc #: •-. if fq. I h ¥:■ Town and Country Notes Snappy, -Choice and Up to Now W. P. Hill, of Sand Creek, was fong with it went a full two-bits a Lipscomb visitor-Tuesday. worth of rope. We pray thee Jake Sell and Jake Berber were n°« tew «iv u3 th' much eraved inHigginson business Tuesday., reward.-T. A. Lemaster. Geo. Herber was in from east, John Gllssan and N. N. Flath- of town Tuesday for a short time.1 e« living southwest of town had the misfortune of having their Henry Altmiller was in fiom wjiea^ hurned up last Thursday northwest of town Tuesday even- j afternoon> The cause was from in2- a spark from the engine which W. R. Hill was in the old burg started the blaze. The Sells Tuesday afternoon looking brothers also suffered a consider- around. able loss by a part of their sep- Women would be happy if, arator burning at the iame they could live long without time. getting very old. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lynch were in from east ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 August 1917

* ;^i.vSs'- •':<\-;£i^--•■r;/^ ' ■ • •- • rv . >0-1 • ; :v. .- #- . y*~r}*:x. •* «•/• V' •- '■• - ■''/ •. V t I For Sale. Bargian—One piece of land. 360 a, well improved and watered 160 acres plow land, 4 miles ease of Lipscomb, running water and spring, 5 room house; all fenced up, Peach orchard, 3000 nice locust trees. Will sell for $16 per acre, $1600 on time six years to *un. Balance cash. Bargain 2—320 acres 15 miles w$st, well watered, mill and mmd, 60 acres in cultivation, Notieeof Special Road Tax Election. Notice is hereby given that an election will be held on Saturday, August 4th, 1917, in a defined district in Lipscomb County having the same boundaries as Commessioner's Precinct No. 3, to determine whether there shall be levied upon the property with- in said district a special road tax of 15 cents on the $100.00 valua- tion of property within said dis- trict. The polls will be opened voting places in at ance grass. All fenced in, for ! aV, £ re®u. . , $7 per acre....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

me &mm>a? ■EUKaSo^fi^Y. W £ > w " V ■fijgl-y- •,•• q*&'<>i J-:\'• - : •':;.; -46? £S nc~ " 1 ICj , JUt i " " :d IT .• pp 9$| 1 i 3 I F herald -Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS,. THURSDAY, SEPT. 6, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 41 «an Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. THEY ARE and refined, and at the same time filled to the brim with laughter manipulated by the best of wit and humor artist. 'The Market Price'' The Cadmean Chautauqua With Line of Fine Artists. \ The title of a lecture handed out by James L. Poston, will be an entertaing talk delivered to the good people on the evening of CEDT 6 Q in 11 IO the fourth day* Mr' Posfcon has oLr 1 • O, "• 1U, 11 j \L been brought to the platform . from his work in many fields. After having , worked his way Fine Orators; Musiciana, Im- through college where he >won many honors and distinctions in oratory and debate, . he put himself through Michigan La...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

vmm. IP®$K ' : = GftT N'$1.50 A YEAR SUBSCRI Gq* Publisher. Wlf gSPgl <u>'i. | £t$(. H3e3b& «£* fe; Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week * ! ■ i Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, 1912, at the postoffice at Lipp- I Trrtrn, nnflfifr tTle Act of March 3. Irt order, to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send, either draft, check or money order witb-cttjttr. rates 15c per sin- j inch; front page 75c.!. ifc' per line. n K Kjiro ; EH Having been called by the government for military service, I will offer for sale at my home, 12 miles west and 2 south of Lipscomb, one-half mile southeast of Valley Park, 18 east and 5 south of Ochiltree at the Driver ranch, on Friday, Sept. 14 The Following Described Property, to-wit: HP! mr. One evening the past week as the editor was visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James A. BIa$f, we were somewhat sur- prised when shown „ through tha * home canned goods that has been st&^ff aw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

-r ¥- v ' r 5-51- ' • .-. •• — THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1917 ^i®T OF LANDS AND. LOTS DELINQUENT ON MARCH 31ST, 1917, FOR THE TAXES Off 1916 ONLY, IN LIPSCOMB COUNTY. Reported under the Provisions of Section 10, Chapter 103, Laws of 1897. the STATE OP TEXAS, County of Lipscomb, . 1,-W. M. Hale, Tax Collector of said County, do hereby certify that the within lands and town lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of said County for the year 1916, are delinquent for the ta$ e of 1916 only, and that I am entitled to credit for the taxes as shown thereon. . . W. M. HALE, (SEAL) ~ Tax Collector. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 14th day of May, 1917. P. O. BOYD, , County Clerk Lipscomb County, Texas. CERTIFICATE OF COMMISSIONERS* COURT. THE STATE OF TEXAS, County of Lipscomb, IN COMMISSIONERS' COURT. We Certify that we have examined the within report of lands and town lots assessed on the Tax Rolls of Lipscomb County, for the year 1916, which are delin- quent for the taxes of 1916...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

aiSSgP THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1917 mm E&J -■ fm From Sale of His Home Went for Treatment—Noth- ing Relieved Him. GOT A BIG SURPRISE Trouble* Disappeared and He Can Now Work Ten Houre a Day— Tanlac Did Mere Good Than ^ Everything Else. "After I had spent every cent real- ised from the sale of my home, and several hundred dollars besides, In trying to recover my health, two hot- ties of Tanlac did me more good everything else pu£ together," said "Stihert A. lend, a motorman on the ® Paso Electric line, who lives at 1W3 San Antonio street, En Paso. "My health gave way five years ago," he continued, "and for four years I wasn't able to do a lick of work. Even the raw eggs and milk I lived on soured in my stomach and almost choked me with gas and my heart act- ed strangely. I have .been a railroad man and used to exposure to all kinds of weather, and my system had been so "weakened by live spells of pneu- monia during the last four years, that If I got wet it laid me up...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

K|S3 13-^k T, ^•"; • r THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1917 TOWN LOTS. ill Name of Owner. City or Town 3 - S I 3 S £ STATE TAXES oa COUNTY TAXES > 2 tj a * « -o o 0< «! £ _ * s c o « fc eu -.a i-« gS TRfe • D 10 12 D 10 1« D 10 14 " D 10 ll D 10 22 D 10 2$ D 10 24 D 10 25 D 10 26 D 10 27 D 10 28 D 10 29 D 10 SO D 10 ?1 D 11 1 P 11 2 D tl 3 D ft 4 D 11 8 D 11 9 D 11 10 D 11 13 D 11 17 D 11 18 D 11 19 D ai 24 D 11 25 D 11 26 D 11 27 D 11 28 D 11 29 T> 11 30 D 11 31 D 11 32 D 11 33 D~ll 34 V- Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown _... Unknown Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown*... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown ... Unknown .., Unknown Unknown Unknown ... Higgins 4 23 Hlggins 8 23 Higgins '.. 9 23 Higgins 7 35 Higgins 8 35_- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

WE*'* aHg - ' THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 6, 1917 gsj* I ''SB: I : EM n'i : University of Notre Dame NOTRE DAME, INDIANA Offers Complete Course In Agriculture Tail courses also in Letters, Journalism, Library Science, Chemistry, Pharmacy, Medi- etas, Architecture, Commerce and Lew. Giving Him a Scare. A young soldier had gone to the theater with a friend. The play drag- ged and he fell asleep. An hour later he was awakened by the voice of an actor saying: "We have been here five days.", "Bless me! and I hag only leave to stop out till midnight!" Te Drive Out Malaria And Bnild Up The System Take the Old Standard GROVE'S TASTELESS chiU TONIC. You know are taking, as the formula is on every label, showing it is i and Iron in a tasteless form. The e drives out malaria, the Iron op the system. 60 cents. y Might Work. "We are extending too many speeches in the Congressional Record." "What's the remedy, senator?" "When a member gets tired let him continue his speech by means of a gra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

■E -■ t- ■ Jm- llllc Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now f' "h (I-4 !lr w -• si4 E"^ i .*!. m m y- &: T. A. Lemaster and Geo. W. A. M. and Geo. Harrison pass- Long were in Shattuck Tuesday. ed through here Saturday even- /-*i j n. „„„ „«^J®g on their way home from Miss Gladys Rice was under 6 . , 4u A/r four miles south'of Higgins where the weather Monday and Tues- , they -had been gathering up a | load of peaches. They were real W. P. Hill and daughters were ^ne looking an(j the flavor was in from Sand Creek shopping"yes- jus^ ^ fine< The editor tested terday. . them out and he has a pretty Commissioner Hill was in from good line-up of tasting machinery northwest of towh Saturday for testing out these various shopping. | fruits, too. They were real Mrs. Grover Bussard and Mis. swe^ *n flavor- busy from Tobe Wheat autoed to Higgins Saturday. John Edgar startedj in to put a new chimney on the Union church yesterday. W. S. Spangle was a Lipscomb business visitor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

8P r<§| A * 3—— Another Good One. m \' Sue Burgess, pleasing, pleasant and admired for ability, has for yeaisfbeen considered one of the premier iyceum and chautauqua entertainers of the country. She returned to the Cadmean Chau- tauqua after two former engage * ments and in many towns will be remembered for her former suc- m • CouFt House Fe/ice. The^ Undersigned will receive bids on the building of the iron fence around Court House block. For specifications, see me. W. H. Sewell, County Judge. ig9 % Notice. I still have a few small ranches to sell. Am handling same on a As a child impersonator small margin and no partners to - * ! divide with.—W. E Merydith. cesses. she is unsurpassed n . J* , txP-'U Bev5*-' -I // r "M Sfefls. gv:vr f- -1 Bt . sue is uuaui |ja«cu in America, 5 while her beautiful contralto voice and splandid costume sketches contribute greatly^ to a unique v and pleasing entertainment. She is" entirely capable of giving full ■evening programs alone and her last...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

J* iUPPLE^lEN i LIPSCOMB UIEUSS THURSDAY. £EPT. 6. 1917. Growing Winter Wheat on the Great Plains. Washington, D. C., Sept. 4.— In the campaign for increased wheat production, the United fetates Department of Agricul- ture is calling particular atten- tion to the desirability of winter whegrt; ir. the Great Plains region, advises against planting when a lack of soil moisture at seeding time is practicably certan t) mean crop. Under such circum- stances it may be better to wait and sow in spring wheat. The production of winter • wheat under dry farming conditions says the Department, is likely ;o be stimulated in the Great Plains area, by present and prospective prices and by plans now under way to increase the crop as to patriotic effort to meet the necessities of war conditions. The soils of the plains are gene- rally rich; fertilizers are ribt uted and this makes agriculrure in this section independent of the war-time fertilizer situation. WHY WINTER WHEAT. Winter wheat is recomme...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 September 1917

& h t •' . • ■ ' ■ . ■ ! ^.•sjgF ' i / .v. *' i&*: " , '.'r ■ ■ « E %$£ .••mn ■EBKyI^:V% * -V > ■ • 3p (;:®a wmMm^ {.- mm si &V H*f.; * hc*6« -7 .-M" ' a X "«■ • ✓ . . ' - , • . ."■•■■•:. \ . .•■■'. ' r • :• •• * • . • . -•..•;.••• ... i • '•■ .: \ : • • •• .•.•;■ ^ . • '• „ •■ . '•. '• ' • • . .... .-•■ •. ■■■ •• '. ■ • .. ;-• -,• Owing to the fact that I have sold my place, I will offer at Public Sale at the farm 9 miles southwest of Lipscomb and 11 miles northwest of Glazier, on Sent. V The following Described Property, to-wit:' 11 Head of Horses - 7 v ■/.. > ; • • \ One pair of bay mares, 6 and 9X yeais old, with foal, weight 3200. One sorrel mare, 5 years old, in foal, weight about 1100. One bay mare, 9 .years old, in foal, weight about 950. On bay mare, 9 years old, in foal, weight about 900" One sorrel mare, 10 years old, weight about 950. One smooth mouthed sorrel gelding, weight about 800. v One sorrel filley, two years old. One bay filley, two years old O...

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