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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

V . Ill H ■■ I Hi limn I ■; - ■ ■■ f§£ h >-.. . ' t ;,.i' - ■ ' ! • ?' - gi#""-: "Lxlss JHSfe - gSSf? ; ^fjjgjggg "'^n I IMF , K I Ml , II , =/l fr v.* :'-^££ y 'j.y '^y':. - ' % >1." - • ; m — Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 42 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County• WAS BIG SUCCESS agayf l?4g. Chautauqua Finished With Good Program. A BIG ATTENDANCE People Came for Miles to Enjoy the Events of the * ^ • Special Occasion. " i W&* * &jfe j* ' 4 ft. ' ' Mr- H§fii Yesterday finished the last day of the £ ad mean Chautauqua which had been enjoying good houses for five big full days. Many people coming from the extreme northern part of the county, from Glazier, Higgins, and Canadian. The attendance was unusually good when one takes into consid- eration th# size of the town. A full tent nearly every evening and running over. The greater time fully eight hun...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

IMP" ■■ m*... P 2£.,.-:r • : ■ ' r^" U«iiaiiUb_da L1PSC j£fi£ T> -v. SSfH' % •**.; Eai> ' LV i* fc&i ■ BKJv-- HT $1.50 A YEAR SUBSCRI w GQjf$? Publisher. Published on Thursday, Morning of Eacn Week Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20, -191.3,. at the poa.toffice at Ups- cdikK^Texas, uimerthe Act of March 3. 1879. In ordac to guarantee the publication , of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order with co^y. 1" " i 9 « u - 1 Advertising rates 15c per sin- jtreh; front page 75c. _mw# Hne. ■T ' Owing to the fact of Hnston Taylor being called to the military service, we will sell at our place, 7 miles south and one mile east of Lipscomb and 8 miles north of Glazier and 12 miles due west of fliggSns, on i Saturday, Sept. 15 The following described property, to=wit: 7* Margaret T. Russell of the fcfeody Institute, Chicago, i? now on a tour of Texas and is mailing, Saa/^Antonio, Waco, Huston, Dallas, Austin and will be ift-...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

:V: • • ■ -x-sSfcarg*. - t:Vv~- -- > " ■ - ,;v- vr^* ;vr# 1|| THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917 'V' &« INQUKNT ON MARCH S1ST, 1917, FOR THE OMB COUNTY. visions of Seotion 10, Chapter 103, Laws of 1897. actor id County, do hereby certify that the within isessed on the Tfcx Roll* of said County for the year 1916, f delinquent ft* ate taxes of 1916 only, and that I am entitled to credit for the -Motes as shown thereon. W. M. HALE, Tax CoiTector. to -and subscribed before me this 14th day of May, 1917. * • .. P. O. BOYD, 1 County Clerk Lipscomb County, Texas. CERTIFICATE OF COMMISSIONERS' COURT. 1 STATE OF TEXAS, .County of Lipscomb, IN COMMISSIONERS' COURT. We certify that we have examined the within report of lairds and town lots -iesed on the Tax Rolls of Lipscomb County, for the year 1916, which are delin- ut for the taxes.of 1916 only,* and find the same correct and that W. M. Hale, Collector, is entitled to credit for the taxes as shown thereon as follows, to-wit: ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

m p. mm THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917 wm-'i. ■■iKiSBre 5 >4B3*3c"TI tfr" ssa^C 0mm and Better of - •wder Purity ■ v".. ' &• Ask Your Crooer ii :;.i- , PIS®! Nature fs So Natural. "(Wi, don't you love nature?" "Yes, indeed; it adds so much."— Christian Register. THIS 18 THE AGE OF YOUTH. Ton will look ten years younger If you darken 'your ugly, grirzljr, gray hairs by using "La Creole" Hair Dressing.—Adv, ,ii i \ A Helpful Hint "Do you think it really necessary to go to the trouble of having the'suspect- ed courtplaster analyzed by a bacte- riologist?" asked J. Fuller Gloom. "Haven't you a brother-in-law.that you can try it on?"—Kansas City Star. ,0 Spartan Women Suffered Untold Tortures hut who wants to be a Spartan? Take TTemenina" for all female disorders. Price 60c and $1.00,—Adv. Fishy. An observer from an altitude can see far into the water belqw. The air- plane will be known as the flshhawk of the war.—Washington Star. Horse Ohestnuts as Food. An Effort is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

i THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917 III TOWN LOTS. Name of Owner. City or Town STATE TAXES COUNTY TAXES D 10 12 Unknown D 10 13 Unknown D 10 14 Unknown D 10 21 Unknown D 10 22 Unknown D 10 23 Unknown , D 10 24 Unknown D 10 25 Unknown D 10 26 Unknown D 10 27 Unknown D 10 28 Unknowiy D 10 29 Unknown D 10 30 Unknown D 10 31 Unkifown D 11 1 Unknown 2 Unknown 3 Unknown 4 Unknown 8 Unknown 9 Unknown D 11 10 Unknown D 11 13 Unknowh D 11 17 Unknown D 11 18 Unknown D 11 19 Unknown D 11 24 Unknown D 11 25 Unknown D 11 26 Unknown D 11 27 Unknown P 11 28 Unknown D 11 29 Unknown D 11 30 Unknown D 11 31 Unknown D 11 32 Unknown D 11 33 Unknown D 11 34 Unknown Higgins. Higgins Higgins Higgins. Higgins. Higgina. D 11 D 11 D 11 D 11 D 11 Gray's Add. Lot Block « 0 a ® ► « 05 School Pension Poll Penalty 4 IS .15 .15 .08 8 23 .15 .15 .04 a.. .03 . . 9 23 .15 .15 .04 w. .03. , 7 35 .04 .04 .01 .. .01 8 35 .04 .04 .01 35 .04 .04 .01 35 .04 .04 .01 .. .01 85 .04 .04 .01 .. • •• .01 . 1 36 1.60 1.6...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

N _ ■• THE LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT, SEPTEMBER 13, 1917 m 1L i \ Si c War News. . no infantry activity on a largo scale on the western front. Lens the Canadians have been in hard fighting With the Ger- On a part of the sector west of Lens Gorman counter attacks re- sulted in gains, bat on the southern end of the sector the Canadians held and extended their positions. * * * German cavalry have been engaged with Russian rear guards at Zegevold, forty miles east of Riga, but apparent- ly the German advance in force has slackened. Around Friedrichstadt, about fifty mftea southeast of Riga, on the Dvina river, the retiring Russians have set fire to several villages. * * * ft Is reported from Helsingfors, y—lsnd, that a German fleet has been observed at the entrance to the Gulf of Finland, eays a dispatch from Co- It is supposed, adds the that the fleet is preparing for an attack on Reval and Kronstadt, the Russian naval bases. V" + * Dispatches to the Russian embassy say all of the heavy guns ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

.¥ V" VW sr - ■ apgggwsaK* ; r-t ?*•"•.• ■ ■. i < .•• ' ;•-•*• :•• *mw !' hri ■*¥?& \ . ,V Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Glazier RggBf* I for /Lipscomb is evening and also Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Tubb were with the group of Canadian people who enjoyed Chas Lynch was in last Fn a> t^e occassion of a Sunday after- noon in the country. „ During the past week Tom Wilson living northeast of hare sold a nice bunch of bulls that rounded out a cool thousand in the genuine coin. This season has been a fortunate one for Tom, as the rains have happened along N. H. Baldwin was in from the just at the right time to moisten Sand Cieek country Sat urday his soil just right to have a nice trading. stand of good corn besides, giving T. J. Glasgow and children jhim a «ne pasture for his cattle. An interurban all right. from east of town. ' Baird Prater was in after freight Saturday. Dave Kemp was in from north of town last Thursday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Henwood were ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 September 1917

SEND US Mall Orders .. imt-K' Wm. H. Bush, Amarillo, Texas, or Chicago, 111., 1538 State st, MISCELLANEOUS. FOUND—Gold filled pin at the Union church, Aug. 8th. Owner may have same for des- cribing pin and paying for this notice. Call at this office. 3£ f ■H,++W,+++4,++++^+++++++++++ 3K# a COME TO CAIN'S for your fall COAT, SUIT, DRElSS, SKIRT, BLOUSE and BOOTS. We are showing a large assortment in the season's most popular styles and colors. You can easly make your selection from our stock and when you buy when you BUY FROM US yon are assured of the very BEST STYLES that the eastern maiket SCHOOL BOOKS can be bought at the home of Mrs. J. E. Shahan for cash only. '. No old books exchanged. 38 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. G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

Jlomo Circle^ ioiblishwi Monthly n c? 3 3 YFSnfa LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, SEPT. 20, 1917 - v\ \ SEFFY—By John Luther Long

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

SS->8. M-U>A. ^ !£lfi90*3 It is more important now than ever before that you give the matter of shoe buying your most careful considera- tion. Good shoes are positive economy. Anything short of the best shoes you can afford is false economy. STYLE and Economy are com- bined in the new Fall styles of American Lady Shoes r la our dealer is now showing. You will find the atest, authoritative, prevailing styles. New leathers and new colors. All have been ap- proved by fashion's decree. And you can depend upon the wearing qualities of American Lady Shoes. That's where the economy comes in. Irrespective or the scarcity of leather, the rising cost of all raw material, labor, etc., the high standard of quality established by American Lady Shoes will be maintained. Go to your dealer today Hamilton, Brown Shoe Co. St. Louis r/% - J ■A V MTV- .C~

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

CHAPTER I. HOW A SIDEWISE DOG TROTS. | HE pface was the porch of the store, the time was about ten o'clock in the morning of a summer day, the people were the amiable loafers— and Old Baumgartner. The person he was discoursing about was his son Sephenijah. I am 0ot sure that the name was not the ripe fruit of his father's fancy—with, perhaps, the Scriptural suggestion which is likely to be present in the affairs of a Pennsyl- vania-German—whether a communicant or not—even if he live in Maryland. "Yes—always last; expecial at fu- nerals and weddings. Except his own —he's sure to be on time at his own funeral. Right out in front! Hah? But sometimes he misses his wedding. Why, I knowed a feller—yous all know- ed him, begoshens!—that didn't git there till another feller'd married her —'bout morn'nv a year afterward. Wasn't'it more'n a year, boys? Yas— Bill Eisenkrout. Or, now, was it his brother—Baltzer Iron-Cabbage? Seems to me now like it was Bali. Somesing wiss a B at" the front end,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

V - 1 HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION to laugh at my Seffy—except chust me—account I'm his daddy. It's a fight-word the next time you do it." Mr. Busby straightened his coun- tenance. "He don't seem to notice—nor keer —'boat gals—do he?" No one spoke. "No, durn him, he ain't no good. Say—whatH you give for him, hah? Yere he goes to the highest bidder—for richer, for poorer, for better, for worser, up and down, in and out, swing your partners—what's bid? He ken plow as crooked as a mule's hind leg, sleep hard as a 'possum in wintertime, eat like a snake, git left efery time—but • he ken ketch fish. They wait on him. What's bid?" No one would hazard a bid. "Yit a minute," shouted the old fellow, pulling out his bull's-eye watch again, "what's bid? Going—going— aH done—going— "A dollar!" The bid came from behind him, and the voice was beautiful to hear. A gleam came into the old man's eyes as he heard it. He deliberately put the wateh /back in its pocket, put on his spectacles, and turned...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

His Possible Chance 1' | ILL WELLESTON, crooked gambler, suspected train robber and occasional "cow puncher," stood by the door of Pitt's saloon, waving a threatening revolver in a vague circle with un- decided arm. On his face was a vacant grin, in strong contrast to the smile on the silent face of the man stretched before him. On the quiet form in the staiifed sawdust were the garments of a priest—and the cause for his attitude was apparent in a little pool of crim- son which was oozing through his black robes and'slowly spreading on. the floor. In the reeking air of the unventi- lated barroom the sharp smell of smoke- less powder and the faint mist from a recently exploded cartridge pervaded the atmosphere. Back of the bar was the keeper, Pitt himself, whose instinct after long experience on the frontier had taught him to raise his hands above his head when a revolver was drawn. He had them in this position now, but was leaning forward, with horror-stricken expression, heedless e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION the clouds coming over the summit of the peaks before him were moving- too fast to suit him. Dimly he realized that they were moved by an upper current of air, faster than that below. But a vague impatience seized him and he kept urging his pony onward even though instinct told him to spare the brute. • Several times he had glanced behind him. As he expected, no one appeared on the plain over which he could look ii^the clear atmosphere as if it were no • larger than an ordinary field. He had smiled to see how long the group of frightened girls had remained standing on the porch of the dance hall, and had even noticed the flutter which ensued when one, after a journey to the saloon, had rushed hurriedly Dack with the news. Then there had been a disap- pearance of gaudily colored skirts in that direction. "They can hev all the excitement they wants so long as no one leaves town the other way," he had reflected to himself, realizing how long it would take t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION \ brink and fear to launch away all his durn life—if some one didn't push him in. So here goes!" This was spoken to the skies, appar- ently, but now he turned to his son again. "Look #-yere, you young dummer- ux,* feelings is trie same to gals like Sally, as money is to you and me. You ken buy potatoes wiss 'em! Do you understand?" Seffy said that he did, now. "Well, then, I'fe tried to buy that pasture-field a sousand times—" Seffy started. "Yas, that's a little bit a lie—mebby a dozen times. And at last Sally's daddy said he'd lick me if I efer said pasture-field ag'in, and I said it ag'in and he licked me! He was a big man— and red-headed yit, like Sally. Now, look a-yere—you ken git that, pasture- field wissout money and wissbut price —except you' dam' feelings which ain't no other use. Sally won't lick you— if she is bigger—don't be a-skeered. You got tons of feelin's you ain't got no other use for—don't waste 'em— they're good green money, and we'l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

8 HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION the corner while he made sure of Pitt's weapons. His rifle was a repeater of the older model, made to take the same .44 caliber cartridge that his revolver carried. Thrusting his thumb into the ^ magazine slide, to make sure the gun was unloaded, he jerked the cartridge belt from the horn of the saddle where he had hung it. Then he pulled his pony back on his haunches with an oath of dismay. In his haste he had taken Pitt's belt instead of his own. Although of the same width and of the eame russet leather as his belt, it contained only .32 caliber cartridges, as useless to himt since he had thrown away the saloon keeper's' weapon, as so much dirt. Slipping to the ground he anxiously searched his pockets. Beyond a small roll of bills, some matches, his tobacco and cigarette papers, they were empty. Almost without knowing what he did he put his revolver at half-cock and rolled the cylinder around. Like many ol his kind, who carried the single action revo...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION make no fool off of me. Go on, I'll set here and—and—enjoy myself." This was the direct rustic challenge, with aplomb! Sam might choose his weapons! It made no odds! And Sally had to take it up for Seffy. This she loyally did. Unfortunately, when Sally went to the organ Seffy was at her back and in the shadow—the lamp had to be moved—and in that sleepy-holly chair. But she had all possible confidence in hhn—and, alas! he had in himself. JFor a while he feasted his eyes .upon ^ the exquisite back she had turned t<j him—and the'n, with a thrill of pos- session, inventoried the hair he had kissed—a little disordered—the lips— the waist he had embraced—how glor- ious that was! It seemed almost im- possible now that he had done it. And the hands—what? He was lost for a moment. Then he was plowing opposite his father. The voice which had said so sweetly—what was it exactly it had said?—what?—he was nearing the line stake—still plowing—he could hear the voic...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

10 HOME CIRCLE MAGAZINE SECTION her regret in vain—ketch her while she's at it." So, Seffy went up the hill again— not that night—which was a mistake —he could not quite bring himself to that—but the next. And he had wash- ed the grease out of his hair and left the hat at home as well as the butter- fly tie and the boots and, if I do say it, he was a very handsome fellow, worth at least a dozen of his rival. But Sally, watching for this very thing, saw him coming and hardened her heart, as" Pharaoh did in the face of proffered felicity, and, by a good deal of forcible instruction, she suc- ceeded in getting the little maid to say that she was not at home. The maid's untutored face showed Seffy that she was not telling the truth, however, and she was not sorry for it. She would never have treated Seffy so! Seffy shifted his hat from one hand to the other and then said: "Tell her—tell her—when she comes home—that I'm sorry—" He did not exactly know what he was sorry for, and 50 said g...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

r A - ■lilillilllll A Fool There Was Keep Youthful! ORTIMER STRANGE sat on the veranda of the Gloss Coun- try Club and sipped his whiskey and soda. He was thinking hard—so hard that pretty Mrs. Lydia Emmons, at his side, tapped him play- fully upon the arm. "What is the matter that you are so silent, Morty?" she asked. "I was thinking," returned Mortimer Strange, gulping down his drink. He had been thinking extremely hard. He had been thinking over his past. At the age of thirty-five, four years ago, he had suddenly found himself transformed, through a mixture of luck and ability, from a hard-working clerk in the war office to manager of the Ginever powder factory, at a salary of fifteen thousand. The pow- der factory was in intimate touch with the ^government at Washington and was the only maker of the famous new thermolite powder. As a clerk, Mortimer Strange hacP lived ■contentedly with his wife, who was a ■couple of years older than himself, in their pretty cottage outside Washi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 September 1917

J \ erance Drink FOR SALE EVERYWHERE This label insures PURITY and FLAVOR The granddaddy of them all Manufactured since 1906 The liquid food that pleases the palate, quenches the thirst and aids digestion A pure beverage that imparts health to every tissue of the body Amber has Quality and Flavor Try a cold bottle—it's fine Order from your dealer, or at groceries, drug stores, soda fountains, restaurants, or from The St.Louis Beverage Company 2825 South Broadway St. Louis, Mo. Dealers wanted in open territory

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