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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 October 1917

3??- fes-l /; I m m i,.. J !• I" wm. [ , i Town and Country Notes Snappy Choice and Up to Now iii I tiiiu I I IHWHimiTH'HHlS It • ft m mm m r ' KIP m :• H £ k fm : j Hp - Mis. J. S. Bussard experienced a few sick days the past week. N, • B. Pry, of north of town transacted business in the burg Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Winter were in from northwest of town yesterday. Heniy Mehlhop was a business visitor in from northeast of town Tuesday forenoon. Claude Crouch was a Lips- comb visitor in from northeast of town last night trading. Don't forget the Red Cross meets at 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon of each week. . Mr. and Mrs. Chas Lynch were in from the ranch east of town - Tueday morning ti*ading. Tom Fox came in irom Glazier with truak load of freight for merchants of this old town Tues-. day. Everett Shahan went to Hig- gins after a load of oil Tuesday motiving returning in the after- noon. W. J. Cessna has been a busy member in the country the last few days putting down a few w...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 October 1917

4tttt'H'4it,4'44H<"i|t'l'*'>'l"l'HtW"i"H'<'^<l'H'HHj'>S"I">iH"I"H'WiMi<"li'H"M"M't'l"H"Hil1 f" < t t , U :: Dth.es You For Fall HERE All of W especially invite the people of Lipscomb and * :: vicinity to inspect our large stock of Brandegee* Kincaid clothes for fall, at (17.50, $20, $22.50, $25, $27.50, $30, $35, $37.50, $40 iU; . .. /. -«v •>r . §1 w —- For this season of the year when the price of the uni- verse are sky=high is to re- member that our store trys to keep its shelves filled with good wholesome gro- ceries...real good to eat at any time...Brekfast, Sup- per or Dinner. Try them. M M B M+ tmnntntss _ ++ .i i - ' l ' / - r !, \mr seeing them mm. :: See our win- I \ d o w d i s- plays—30 i: feet of beau- < ; tiful trims, • V* i ' , : revealing :: the newest an d - ■ :,v,:— : best* values' i i in every line ; of wearing ap- I pare! for Men, ► - > ! Young Men and Boys You'll en- m #, ++++*++•{•>++4 ++++•}•❖ •f- +++•{•"♦••{••j.+«{••{••$• _...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 October 1917

SfSSs . - • ••• ■ -■ ■ ': :-f' :*-*" - __' • ■*•!>' *•'- ' ■ ••' vf':33HHH 1H Dfev ft sPfo# Er 3 3 =u. :s- Herald —Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 1917. > m Vol. 5, No. 47 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. B l^fer i HI NOVEMBER LYCEUM as an Entertainer. ERNEST J. POWELL - / of the country shows that there has been an increase in the num- ber of cattle that have come to market in the first eight months of 1917, as compared with receipts for a similar period of 1916. Re- ceipts of hogs and sheep show a ; \yill be an Excellent Number decrease for the same period. Shipments for the month of August, in both years, reflect a i like tendency. Figures gather- ed by the Bureau of Markets, j United States department of agri- culture, from the 49 principal stockyard cities show tfoat 1,705,- S 912 cattle were received in Aug- ust, 1917, as against 1^27,099 in the same month a year ago. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 October 1917

v, v :tV M-A ill myk f- U' *- mm ggy - .- •pfigggyfe mw>'- mm JPili - i^'VA.tv m* mi ' • * i tf- Ic0 W'H '- ': Illililsi ' vi mmmi- < . ■ I- ;? 1 f • mM??* & ?•■' • LIP 1.50 A YEAR SUBSCRI Morning; of ^acn Published on L W* Entered as second-class matter, No- vember 20. 1912, at tbe poatoffice at L.1pe>- comhi g |l an IH <H Alt x>f March 3. In ordi of-ft* - the publication fit willbe neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order withtfUMl*-** I will offer for sale at my place in Lipscomb, Texas, on Advertising rates 15c per sin-j ?)e i^ph; front page 75r. le? U#e. The following described property, to-wit: Although during the months of July apd Augyst the good people of this vicinity were figuring on a complete burn up, the whole blooppin' thing has changed and the Hn^ of discontentment have vanished. Pleasant smiles and good natured jcfllies are scattered around broadcast as the kafir and maize w bringing out what was ios^through the failure of the wiaeat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 October 1917

til ^ -:*r .1 £ Country Hhf+?++++++4 Commissioner W. in Monday from north Hill was of town. friendly fire where the tempera- ture is more appealing to youth and daddy. But then that is a period that presents itself at every season of the year about the same time—it is the time to remodel the minds of our elders into a train of doing for the younger generation, not = altogether in an eatable line but J. I. Mitchell, of Arnetfc, Okla., irake over theii minds and figure WeHaveLand an old acquaintance of the Lime out something of an amusing or — «i. T. v t'i-lj-x • , , ci * j entertainment line—something Lester Simpson was a Lipscomb Light ed.tor, into town Saturday ^ ^ can ^ g ^ visitor in from west of town Mon? and # spilled a minutes of time L instance a nice feading room day- . with the force while in the burg. ■ fitted up with modern magazines. P, 1 ' Sam Hunter, living 'of town, was trading urdav. southeast Mr. Mitchell was up in the here.Sat- northern, part of the county looking ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 October 1917

t^rfafSPiiis m ■ - F--• • ■ > <mW-, i' - -•$.-• ■ ■ H #. •v ■ MlSI SsSIf ? H How to Secure ^ w B* -' BbB& m f r'♦ - 1 m : JS* X?' I ■ # l\iS: a Liberty Bond. - You are satisfied that it is yoift duty to yourself and to your country to buy a Liberty Bond. Now you want to know just how to secure one. Go to any bank, sign an application form for the bond r of the value desired. The bonds are of the following values: $50, $100, $500, $1,000 $5,000 and $10,000. Your banker will take your check for 2 per cent t>f the amount of the bond you decide to purchase. The remaining pay- ments will be made as follows: Eighteen per cent on Nov. 15, 1917. Forty per cent on* Dec. 15, 1917. Forty per cent on Jan. 15,1918. You can pay in full at time of application for any bond up to the value of $1,000 if you wish. If you care to pay for your bond in full at the time of appli- cation you can have your bond by about Oct. 10. If you pay by in- stallments you will receive your bond as soon as...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 October 1917

SUPPLEMENT "FI.IGH THURSDAY. OCT . 18. 1917 V\7il! Detrocracy F i y We are fighting a race of peo- :e given to efficiency3" and or- :mization. discipline for fifty ars in development and pro- •ration for an I-chit of world ' tmination. If our individual Kirty an 1 ac:i>i, cannot be -ordinaned in such a manner •at we may defend Ourselves, ir independence will surely t survive fo,* another 25 • ars. The Germans have not only timated our disintegration, b^t iey have cihulated upon u> • i a people in' liable of organiz ion. T i ;■/ '\a/e put 10,03),- )0 'into til1 lild from a poou- •cion of 6 j, )03,0)0 and they *ve suoplie.S them with food ipplies f * j n an area nif much larger than the slate of | Texas, and t h e y- have | maintained their civil oopulation ! in health and devotion during ! the same time They have been | able to do this by their willing- ness of discipline on the one side and their imposition of authority , by the rigor of law on the other, j Every German farmer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 October 1917

PUBLIC SALE I will offer at Public Sale at my place, 12 miles west of Lip- scomb, 20 miles northwest of Glazier, One mile north and Three east of Valley Park, on Tuesday, Oct. 23 The following described property, to-wit: 8 head of Horses and 2 Burros Two black mares, one 5 and one 4 years old, weight 1100- pounds each, in foal. One black horse colt, two years old. Two brown mare colts, 2 years old. One brown horse, 6 years old, weight 1150-pounds. One roan horse, weight about 1000-pounds, a good saddle horse. One bay mare, 7 years old, weight about 800-pounds, in foal. One team of burros, will work good and broke to ride,, fine for children. Cattle. 1 White Face, cow, 3 years old good milker. 1 Red cow, 4 years old good milker. 1 White Face cow, 3 years old, good milker. 1 roan heifer with calf. 1 Wliite Face heifer with calf. 2 White Face heifer calves. Two White Face steeis. Farm Machinery. 1 double-row John Deere Moni- tor, a good one. 1 Hummer sulky plow, 16-inch, good as new. 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 November 1917

V, . wiv j# .'- ■ " v - i .■"■"■ ■ ' WMFKzm ■i Wm-' I N t'. R; I & r*rr 3 3 Pi yi lyii * Herald —Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 1, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 49 -m Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. COMING MONDAY Ernest J. Powell, the Purpose Lecturer, an Entertainer. 4 YOU'LL BE PLEASED With This Number of the Lyceum Course--Don't Fail to Come Out. would make one guess, owing to the fact that "So many have left for the war, but last night the ap- pearance was of old with a few more added. They all had a good time and practically no damage done to anything. It only comes once a year in every boys life time, so "let her zip,4 Connie has went hunting and Murphy pays the bills." " Purely Homespum. Tobe Wheat waz a court house visitor yesterday. J. S. Bussard haz a new sute of clothez that he haz dubbed ; around in this week. LAKEMP We understand that the Bap- tist people were to begin a meet- ing...

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

life £f0 Hk - si-- Vf^-i ■p 'v I 1 gjk M0': gtfiXpfli #lpf? , BKi fife?? I J> Wf'i « k> } L,'" SUBSCR Published m sub t December f an un- 1879. ShVfered"' as second-class matter, No- T 1flHi fit ♦1— at Upp- -Tex«s,TOT a*r tl*«~Act of March 3. vembe coimi, of fo sary to order the publication ?«nts it will be neces- check or money Advertising rates 15c per sin- l^lhdh-: front page 75c. U|7jfe pei* If tie. George Laubhan is plaintiff and H Said stance 17th, I married _ ranty deed to B. that certain lapd apd originally granted to the n. C. Ry. Cov byHhe jSflfile of ' by virtue of Certificate No; 82* 2960, situated in tha County Qf Lipscomb and the State of Texas; being all' of stttWy^Nd. llSSih Block No. Forty-three, attain- ing 641 and 7-l0 acres > 01 land That said B. E. W filed said deed on 1911, the same was di^ ed in Book 14 page 619 of ^he deed records of Li^comti County, Texas. That'after^dsthfe plain- tiff herein became owner by legal conveyance of the above des-' cribe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 November 1917

3© i ' ft'" ■-> II I" P^K*: I T Hi • -«H Ji'Jfrfii W SyTBmTTHilTTwtmH Tow and Country Notes Snappy^, C twice and Up to Now :: John Payne was in Monday from northwest of town. where they enjoyed themselves. The trip was made without mis- itown Now, really, we wonder who is going to build the next "build- ing in this old town of ours. The building fever has subsided no doubt for there has not been a blessed nail drove in the i place for the past six months j unless it was done by the lady j of the house to hang some old shovel up. Is it possible that the at a standstlil and is Geo. Roberts was a Lipscomb hap both in going and on the re- visitor in town Saturday. tu.'n. Rev. Rieman, the interdenomi- national preacher from Pennsyl- vania preached his first sermon in the Union church last Sunday morning and evening Although the weather was disagreeable and about as cold as has been forced upon this end of the^Pan- handle this fall a fair sized congregation was present on both occasion...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 1 November 1917

y V>' -V" W K K' Take Notice No hunting or trespassing on the Mrs. G.A. Mehlhop premises will be allowed. Kindly pay heed and save further trouble.— Mrs. G. A. Mehlhop and H. F. Mehlhop. 48-3m Notice. I still have a few small ranches to sell. Am handling same on a small margin and no partners to divide with.—W. E Merydith. Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate • of 5c per line. One number or initial to count same as word. TEXAS LAND LEGAL NOTICES. Notice of Application For Probate of Will. THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Con-; stable of Lipscomb County j —Greeting: - • You are hereby commanded to cause the following notice to be published in a newspaper of gene- ral circulation which has been continuously and regularly pub- lished for a period of not less than one year preceding the date of the notice in the County of Lipscomb, State of Texas, and you shall cause said notice to be pi inted at - least once each week for the period of ten" day...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 November 1917

5 3 Herald-Vol. 4.^No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 50 Official Paper of Lipscomb Countv, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. A GOOD NUMBER quitelv married at Arnett, Okla., Oct. 26. Obituary—James Madison Rus- sell was born near Louisville, Kentucky, August 13, 1847 and LAKEMP WHISPERS Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. m > departed this life, Oct 22, 1917 at' Excelsioh Springs, Mo., after an Powell, the Purpose Lecturer! juness 0f a year of brights dis- Entertains Full Mouse. ease. He came to Missouri at the age of ten years and lived there till a young man. He was .-irv PI FASED AIJDIFNCE married t0 Eliza Reynolds'Janu~ FRESH AND SHORT ary 8, 1877. To this union was born nine children of which all are living but one that died in Snappy Paragraphs About the infancy. - He leaves to mourn, an aged mother, two brothers, two sisters, a wife and eight children all were present but the mother and sisters. His ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 November 1917

| i m 50 AYfcAR u M SUBSC Published on Thursday * ~~W«ek Morning is plaintiff and Pendant, ies in sub- >ut December lite* an un- War- fcman .all and & Second-class matter, No- B« at Ldps- tlre xer of March 3. 1879. 'twserafcr-W- lWarantec the publication F fofefgrrTaSvertfierrdhts it will be neces- sity to send e^her-draft, check or money Srder with copy. f * ** * "iT - Advertising rates 15c lttina inch; front page 75c. per Ki 'line. i -if"fii-- Another ammunition plant goes "bang" Tuesday at New Kings- tohr 5®en., two'Tcilled and fiftye ■lu± m "*Wip ^t'tlowh the line" that nhWemfHif thfeP&ihandle is just ^ifc%r^H%ooked up" k ^r^otti^r ^t^t of1 the country. '"According to" Vry Beigle,5 the ' German administration in Belgw Wm. h^'^e^jided to appropriate 6*tehalf of Belgium's potatoe yy&sp and the other j half for people working fbr Ger-j , Of; course that doesn't; lice easy money, though. | nMrtk iTa% &8t clash between Ger- vammy and our a own- soldier boys three k...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 November 1917

I wt* ;; I ^ $ i- Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Now ********* SI* S. P. Perry was in from west of attended the second number town Monday. Jess Bussard was a Glazier freighter Tuesday afternoon. C. J. >yeagen was in from Sand Creek Saturday trading. Chance Shahan was in Higgins Tuesday evening after a load of freight. the Lyceum course here Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hopper were in from the ranch west of town Monday evening visiting with friends in the burg and also taking in the entertainment at the court house. Don't forget and come out to Hubert Hill was in from the church and Sunday school Sun-' ranch west of town yesterday ^ay morning and evening. It's a ; evening. i comfortable place to while away I John and Ross Paine were in a short time anyway and it will j from northwest of town Monday j do you no harm. evening. The Red Cross will give a W. P. Cope, of noitheast of I social at Hotel Lipscomb this town Was a Shattuck visitor' evening. It is anticipated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 November 1917

jte ■ ■ > . • .. | R* : >• Pi IM ?' Eife®1* l g- jf. ij- m iy - Take Notice * No hunting or trespassing on the Mrs. G.A. Mejilhop premises will be allowed.1 Kindly pay heed and save further trouble. Mrs. G. A. Mehlhop and H. F. Mehlhop. 48-3m Notice. I still have a few small ranches to sell. Am handling rame on n Classified Wants-'uLu^^X^f Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 5c per line. One number or initial to count same as word. TEXAS —£ LAND I HAVE FOR SALE A SEC- tson of fine wheat land in Lip- at the| prices as i reasonable as good workmrnship j and price of stock will permit. KlimilHHIM SEE Shahan grinders. & Sons for feed MONEY TO LOAN. Best of small margin and no partners to seomb Co., Texas, will sell all divide with.—W. E Mervdith. or part. Half cash balance terms to suit, price $25.00.—J.L. Pryor, LEGAL NOTICES. Shattuek, Okla. 208 $5000 TO LOAN on improved farm at 8 per cent interest.—T. A. Lemaster & Co. 202 HEEPS of money to loan on land...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 8 November 1917

. " r m *. f i. iki Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now will not hurt to keep your eye pealed for new records in auto running. We are holding our hats right now. / i . 3f| \ Phil Scott went into Higgins to- day after oil. Love makes the world go round and men go broke. Some people are proud of the past—because it is past. Geo. Rexius came in from north- at tackiness—25c fine. All cus- eastoftown yesterday morning, tomary forms of dress subject to varing lines. Benefit local From the hat dealer s point of expenses. view two heads are better than one From all indication according ~ i , i v u 4- t° smokey appearance hanging Ivan Case passed through town rfown ^ thp today on h.s way to H.ggins after handle ^ wou|f, ^ Qne f<> 01 " think that it was Indian summer One method of dodging popu- or else somewhere up North larity is to give your neighbors there was a continuous splash of advice. winter dropping down upon some W. R. Hill was in from north- one- The Red Cros...

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

7 ml -— Notice -S-,-- -v. ' * ' V' • I will be in the different com- missioner's precincts of this county for the purpose of collect- ing taxes on the following men- tioned dates: Precinct No. 2, at View Point school house, the 7th and 8th of Dec. 1917. N Precinct No. 3, M. A. Jones LANDS FOR SALE OR RENT j —We are desirous of securing FARMERS for ACTUAL SET- TLERS. Lands from $12.50 to $30.00 per acre. TERMS $2.00 per acre cash, Balance in equal payments: First Pay met due 2 YEARS AFTER DATE of CON- TRACT, and Annually there- after for Nine years, both princi- pal and interest payable annual- ly* payments made on or before. MONEY TO LOAN. HIIIHIIIIIIIII1 $5000 TO LOAN on improved farm at 8 per cent interest.—T. A. Lemaster & Co. - 202 HE EPS of money to loan land. T. A. Lemaster Co. 1 r-; | i V r. , m PI M- mm "•] 1 it- m I K w I (Mc Jones) the 14 and 15 of ^ T^cccipbcr 1917 Precinct No. *4, First National Agricultural or Plow Lands For \\ Bank, Higgins, the 27th and 28th Rent-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 November 1917

W& \ IKTOl win cjvvjj 3 / Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 1917. Vol. 5, No. 51 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County• GENERAL ALLEN Well Plaased With# Soldiers Now at Camp Travis. PLEASED OFFICERS Intensive Training Procuees Splendid Results -French Officer Surprised. November 10, 1917—To end that parents, relatives friends of the soldiers now composing the 90th Division, National Army, station at Camp Travis, San Antonia, Texas, may be kept informed as to the health, progress and general welfare of the men composing this army di- vision, General Henry T. Allen, commanding, has established a Publicity Bureau. This Publicity Buieau will each week the country newspaper of Texas and Oklahoma items of interest concerning the soldiers at Camp Travis. Every effort will N be made • to so localize" these items that <each newspaper will be ^supplied with news that relates to men from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 November 1917

E? ; • P V ■Sin :r \ \ L1PSC A-YEAR SUBSCRI Published on Thunday Morning of Eacti "Week ft'n&rett ai second-class matter, No- _ at Lips- comb, -Texan, und^rlfte Act of March 3. 1S79. "•*© -nwafamte^ the publication of fnrstgn aav?'rti8elT-;<snts It will b*> neces- sary to sendjfcithf r draft, check or moji order with As 1 am going away, I will sell at ray place, 9 miles south of Lipscomb and three- fourths west and 8 miles northwest of Glazier, one mile north and one-fourth east of Ochiltree and Glazier road, on Advertising rates 15c per sin- liilcti z front page 75c. The following; described property, to-wit: If it would happen that the guy who dumped the car of sugar -in the Kaw river .up in Kansas a "spell x.4go" would have to go without sugar in his coffee till the finish of the war, perhaps he would commence to realize what it means to t;he fellow that has to ' pa^Wbh 'bfe prices for that com- niiftftty. ' -.'.'l V * ^hew would be nothing mor^ good-for this Section at...

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