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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 15 November 1917

SUPPLBiVlliN I LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT THURSDAY. NOV. 15, 1917 Labor and the War. It is a matter of keen reproach to the ranks of organized labor that strikes and disturbances of all kinds should be rife just at this time when the nation needs that we should b? and a? we never before have been. Doubt- less there iare causes a plenty for strife—in ordinary times and un- der ordinary conditions that face this country, it would seem that, while the world is calle i upon for sacrifices in all the relations of life, labor might consent to bear patiently a few injustices, epecial- ly if to remedy those injustices the safety of the country is to be jeopardized. Everything that takfs from the perfect unity of this country, militates against the great undertaking that we have entered upon. Now, when the country needs every ounce of its strength, is a poor time to settle labor disputes, especially if the settlement involves contention and stiife. If there is not suffici- ent patriotism and loyalty...

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 — 15 November 1917

•v * ■* - # $ : A :WV PUBLIC (SALE having decided to go to flissouri, I will offer at public auction at my place known as the Craig place, 6 miles west and one mile south of Lipscomb, on Monday, Nov. 19 The following described property, to=wit: Horses 1 roan horse, 4 years old, weight 1100-pounds. 1 bay horse, 7 years old, weight 1100-pounds. 1 brown horse, 10 years old, weight 1000-pounds. 1 brown mare 10 years old, weight 1000-pounds. 1 suckling colt. Farm Machinery 1 3-4 Bain special wagon. 1 top buggy, good one. 1 McCoimick row binder. 1 lister. 1 saddle. 2 sets of work harness. Household j Furniture- 1 Princess dresser, new. 1 China Case, new. 2 bedsteads and springs. 2 mattresses, new. 2 sets of chahs. 1 rug 9x12, new. 1 dining room table. 1 kitchen cabinet. 1 cook stove. 1 oil stove with oven. 1 heating stove. Fifteen acres of good kafir corn feed and other articles too numerous to mention. Sale to Begin at io o'Clock, a. m....Free Lunch at Noon. TERMS: $10 and under cash. Ov...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

•V:® Mmm \ v / ST- ' 3 Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 22, 1917, Vol. *5,'No. M Official Paper of Lipscomb County, «Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County. % H gets dry enough there is no doubt but there will be quite a bit of ' plowing going on and also more wheat sown. The wheat and rye that has been sown is now com-> ing out with a nice coat of green . and winter pasture will from all Lyceum Course's Third Num- appearances be good. It will //XT , take considerable moisture yet to ber a lop Notcher. get the earth filled down to the wat^r line, but this last rain has rVrPYHNP PI ^ m shape that will hold the H VLI\ I V/liEi present crop in fine condition for a while and give the farmers an WAS A FULL HOUSE A COUNTY LAKEMP WHISPERS The Newest Thing For Lip: scornb County to H£ve. t IS THE FIRST TIME De Jeu, * _ . . T , , apportunity to do considerable a Conjurer Loaded u to the Brim With Inter- esting Eye Illusions. Pf-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

'J- EJ-; iff I Iter* ?'(•• • K* f? LIPSCO 55 SUBSCRI —— '.e. Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn - -yyMt ' : ■ ■■'_' 1 ■ ■'"'.*■ 1 . Entered u second-class matted, No- Ml^-at-tha postofflce^at L*p*" 4879.' • ■•' yy ffig- • In order toojwfr&ntk': the publication of foreign advWteei^ams it wHl be neces sary to send either draft, check or money rit^s 15c per sin- gle column inch; front page 75c. Locals 7k per line. I wrry a== m li Ty m', &J2tk r* §f' 11 y ff !r Jt, 'jWltti'vlIncle Sam taking over d luting place in the shape of Buirta'* Det Gada, about two- thirds of the' wly between this -tbtmOiyami' Western Europe isn't isuch^rHbloomin' bad stunt. It w& iVrake the Kaiser "sit up and take notice" in more than one' placet KW d > >>njhI '■ ''?& ■ -— ' , ^Vhen yoaarebooking for some finej>Jaee; to make a pleasant home, that is a quiet place where the rattle and chug of the street ea.', the beer wagon or the fur- «an are not- heard elr 1 o d'k Lipscomb. jUst l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

f* .* jgc. :.■ Country M-4-M ■kps?& Notice the ad of F. W. Wilsey elsewhere in this issue. L3ster Simpson wa? in from west of town Monday. James Wolf J was to from west of town trading Monday. Everett Shahan was in Glazier ranch west Saturday afternoon after freight, forenoon for a When a woman is angry she tells a man just what she thinks of him—and incidentally just what everybody else thinks of him. ^ P. B. Mills was down from the of town Monday short time visit- Tom Glasgow was in from north of town Saturday after- noon.) D.L. Burch was down from his ranch north of town trading yes- terday. ing in the friends. burg with his many ml -I tu£@g2llff& U j W. S. Spangle was a Lipscomb vistor 'in from east of town Sat- j urday. ■ G. A. McKee and son, Morris ! were in from southwest of town Monday. : F. C. Guy. living southeast of tov&i was a Lipscomb business visitor Monday. Chas. Weaver was a Lipscomb visitor in from southeast of town Tuesday trading. Mr. and Mrs. Chas Lyn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

vA ■•'. ■ V _ tePtt : E?'\ P&- F • . t -*.- H?s %-v"* - m-> MmS ,;f;. I: yt ' K 4 To the Public. Hunting and trespassing is for- bidden on the Alex Chapman ranch southeast of town. Please keep off, this means everybody. Julius Sell. 51 Take Notice No hunting or trespassing or the Mrs. U.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 f" divide with.—W. E Merydith. QK It Best DISCOUNT ON ALL LADIES* SUITS.-THESE ARE SUITS THAT WE HAVE BEEN SELL- ING EVERY DAY FROM Classified Wants $22.50 to $35.00 Wants under this head at the i j very reasonable rate of 5c per X line. One number or initial to * count same as word. ? MISCELLANEOUS. THE LIME LIGHT for sale bills. Try them. ' _ k_ « DELAVAL Cream Separators now on sale at Shahan & Son's. I When you are in >need of one come in and we'll show you. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

ft SYlfOPSIS: The story opens with Burleson, £ wealthy young man who had just bought a Urge hunting reserve, talking with a few country folk at the village store. It seems that Grier the former owner, had been relentless in dealing with the villagers who persisted in hunting on his prop- erty. They hated Grier. Quite naturally young Burleson was regarded in the same light and the villagers were set upon shooting and trapping his game and destroying his forests. He tried to explain that he was goinp to be fair with them—■ his neighbors—and even invited them to his house. Bat they did not understand his intentions—nor did he understand them. Failing in his efforts to come to an understanding with the little group at the store, he rode away to his estate. Unex- pectedly he came upon Abe Storm, a hunter and trapper, and after a few words ordered him off the premises. Burleson had sent word bv one of his keepers to Mr. Elliott, the fire warden of the estate to meet him at a certain place...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION The Tragedy of Thos. Hearne {Continued from page 2) assistance or had any questions of real importance. That was all; but it was enough for me. Here was a scheme into which I could put my heart. There was no low-down swindling, no dirty work about it. I felt as gay as a schoolboy off for a holiday. And so in three days' time that ragged rascal Jack Henderson disap- peared from London, and the well- dressed Mr. Abel Kingsley, vaguely described in the visitor's book of the Princetown Arms as of Memphis University, U. S. A., was sitting on the cairn hill above the prison that held Julius Craig. To the far horizon there stretched the melancholy moors, deserted washes of rush marshes and stunted heather, broken here and there by outcrops of granite, that crowned the rolling ground - like the ruins of a hundred feudal castles. For Dartmoor is a huge granite tableland, and on its barren surface no corn wiH grow nor tree flourish. Beneath the rampart of its co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

By Randall Parrish Author of "Keith of the Border," "When Wilderness was King," Etc. SYNOPSIS. In the gfwniring room of the Cedric that Phillip Dessaud, a French army officer had seema was the drove last heard of liim After Hadley ceased speaking one of the gentlemen offered his card and said: Messieurs, I am Phillip Dessaud, and smiling tells the story: He reached Chicago in the afternoon, drove with the French Consul to the Aviation Grounds, found everything in perfect condition, went back to the Congress Hotel, and while sitting in his room the phone suddenly rang and a lady's voice says, "Ii that you, Phillip?" He protested he did not know Mademoiselle but largely out of curiosity consented to meet her in front of the Art Building at dusk. She pretended she had expected to meet Philip — - - * - - - ■ ~ ■* * ""*■ 1 * " *- *■—* — '— —J *-ad bf : * s— Homer. As the lady appeared to be in distress and hungry, Dessaud insisted that they go to a restaurant. There she confessed to him ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION listened without comment until I had finished. "You, of course, have no knowledge of where we are? What part of the city?" "I thought I recognized Michigan Avenue, and when we turned it was to the left." "The South Side—in the neighbor- hood of the lake shore. I thought so although I was brought here with curtains tightly drawn. Then, if you are right, Monsieur, only one of the gang is left in the house—the man Swigert?" "Yes." "And he is on guard in the base- ment." "He was. I wilKcreep down now and discover if the passage is clear." "No," and she caught my arm. "We will go together. I—I could not remain here alone." At the door she drew her breath sharply, glancing back into1 the lighted room. "Shall we leave him lying there just—just as he is?" she asked, her lips quivering. "It seems heathenish." "We have ourselves to consider, not Franzen," I returned not unkindly, but fully aroused now to the situa- tion, and drawing her with me out into the hall...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION & 4 reflect upon* her reputation. Innocent as her presence was, yet the tongile of the world would not spare her name, and I realized that we must depend upon. our own efforts at eseape. The clinging pressure of her fingers on my arm kept her constantly in my memory, and I was conscious of a tenderness toward her most unusual. She was no longer merely a woman I was bound to protect and shield, but the woman whose safety meant more than my own. vly blood leaped at the slightest pressure of her form against mine, the confident clinging of her fingers. I, who for so long had been indifferent to the sex, awoke suddenly now—surprised and startled —to find myself a prisoner to this strange girl. I scarcely comprehended the truth, yet the net bound me, and my heart throbbed at her presence. Even then my one desire was to look into her eyes, and read their mes- sage; until I could do that I must crush back the mad words on my lips. I touched chairs upholst...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION purpose," she murmured earnestly, as the door opened slightly, the gleam stumbled over the step, and sprawled "Did not Brandt tell the other to of an electric light some distance away full length against the stairs. I jammed say 'we have them both safe'?" revealed two men outside, one wearing "Yes, but—" the police uniform. We both stood "That means you and I! It could motionless; then I felt her hand grip refer to no one else. Tbey are going to have us arrested for that murder!" For an instant I hardly grasped her meaning. It seemed impossible; the audacity of it beyond belief. She must have understood my doubt, for she coutinued hurriedly, without wait- ing for me to protest. "Cannot you see how easy that would be? All it needs is sufficient money to keep the police quiet for a few hours. These men do not ex- pect to press the charge, or convict. The only purpose is to get us out of the way, while Brandt gains the in- formation he seeks, and escapes ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION . /U The Fire-Warden (Continued from page 3.) He strove to look remorseful, but he only grinned. "I did not suppose you eared," she said, severely, but made no motion to rise. Presently he mentioned the mare again, asking if she really desired to sell her: and she said that she did. "Then I'll wire to-night," he re- joined. "There should be a check ir yi "But suppose the man did not for you day after to-morrow. wish to buy her?" "No chance of that. If you say so, the mare is sold from this moment. . *1 do say so, she answered, in a low voice, "and thank you, Mr. Burle- son. You do not realize how aston- ished I am—how fortunate—how deep- ly happy—" "I can only realize it by compari- . son," he said. What, exactly, did he mean by that? She looked around at him; he was ab- sorbed in scooping a hole in the pin- needles with his riding-crop. She made up her mind that his speech did not always express his thoughts; that it was very pleasant t® listen to, bu...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

10 twicer-month magazine section "Find swallowing hard?" he asked. "Swallerin' ain't easy. I ketched cold." % "Let's see," observed Burleson, stroll- . ing up to him and deliberately opening the old man's jaws, not only to San- try's% astonishment, but to the stupe- faction of the community around the unlighted stove. "Bring a lamp over here," said the young man. Somebody brought it. "Tonsilitis," said Burleson, briefly, "I'll send you something to-night?" "Be you a doctor?" demanded San- t?y, hoarsely. "Was one. I'll fix you up. Go home; and don't kiss your little girl. I'll drop in after breakfast." Two things were respected in Fox Cross-roads—death and a doctor— neither of which the citizens under- stood. But old man Santry, struggling ob- stinately with his awe of things medical, rasped out, "I ain't goin' to pay no doctor's bills fur a cold!" "Nobody pays me any more," said Burleson, laughing. "I only doctor people to keep my hand in. Go home, Santry; you're sick." Mr. Santry w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

TWICE-A-MONTH MAGAZINE SECTION 11 mm * i V SB M % qr / MISS ii; •'' * - m -■'.v. im/- r E | r —oh, entirely without art in a wooing which alternately exasperated and thrill- ed her. And now his awkwardness had shattered the magic of the dream and left her staring at reality—without warning, without the courtesy of a "garde a rott.r!" And his answer? He was waiting for his answer. But m6n are not gods to demand!—not highwaymen to bar the way with a "Stand and deliver!" And an answer is a precious thing—a gem of untold value. It was hers to give, hers to withhold, hers to defend. "You will call on us to say good-bye this evening?" she asked, steadying her voice. A deep color siung his face; he bowed, standing stiff and silent until she had passed through the open door of the veranda. Then, half blind with his. misery, he mounted, wheeled, and galloped away, The Witch clattering stolidly at his stirrup. Already the primrose light lay over hill and valley; already the delicate purple ne...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

. . t Rl _L_ v • 1ZZ?. * a QM UP J5 ,. - . . ti&A- fy,\ -*~; \ - . : - v Wm fc*^; •;-*i .* '■ •'4' r r. 2v'vv#;**<"/^^f**. ■" iiT r Uli) A. -r* v A. * if -A U f *5 £ JF *.4 & A/ 1 J* '4 % ®i ' -: i M * -^iwwwwsbm««S^.~ :• j-iatMftyaw*!; ■ ma u wf'in a^*V'* |« V^VWVi er <<*• «f * a"«T< « .: i .vjiviv:^ '/x&::mi f Smart Footwear : is of more importance than ever with short dresses so much in vogue. American Lady Shoes are refreshingly distinctive. But style is not their only appeal. They fit like a glove and give the hardy service Hamilton, Brown quality is noted for. If your dealer can't supply you, write < us and we will tell you who can. Hamilton. Brown Shoe Co. * * m Saint Louis, U. S. A. UMlA>fk9*rUA*L\ f\J\y 1 \Y I W W V WVVHVWVfKVW\/lW AMERICA'S FINEST FOOTWEAR., m '■ • / sT9BpiB ll >j V i*\4 5if 38g§| r • ■' .1 '* ''fl W'" v:h1 I v|r-•■•%* - :#v-. •af, V ftf •fe s&s •/,r:

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 22 November 1917

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT THURSDAY. NOV. 22, 1917 Y Highest T>ric e for Pauhandle Hogs. A late top on hogs tod a 7 was $17 40, the highest price paid hese in over three weeks, it went to a Ijji I of Texas Panhandle maize and cornfed porkers. W. A. Layl)>arn of Wheeler county was the feeder and he said today he received m >re thai h? e*p ?; ei. Most of the drove were tam- w)-th brjrsdia? ailtii a/i.u*e was estimated around 200 lbs. "Silling January pigs in Novem- ber at such a price should con- vince any reasonable man that Uncle Sam needs hog meat,'' re- marked the Texan.—Oklahoma Livestock News. this cause more than three days before the convening of the Dis- trict Court a copy of the herein- before discribed deed executed by G. E. White in fovor of B. E. Whitman and a certified copy of the mortgage herein described and a deed conveying to plaintiff the hereinbefoie discribed land, or a certified copy thereof. Herein fail not, but have you before said court on the firs...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1919

- p •' « K •"*' te|k:- • / _ •- •*' . - • . " . . ... ■H; - .. .'v If %■' Herald-Vol. 4. No 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN 9, 1919. Vol...7, No, 8 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas —Devoted to the Interest of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County- - - " •; v- m- LAKEMP WHISPERS Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. FRESH- AND SHORT Snappy Paragraphs About the Neighborhood—What is Doing in Brief. This weather sure is taking the feed to keep them cows and horses going. , Conservation the Greatest Need. NEAR-BY GOSSIP LAKEMP, OKLA., Dec. 30.- The impassable roads does not stop Doctor Smith, as the people a:'e coming in and getting him out to see the sick. People in buggies, sleds or anyway they can £~t to town to get him. Dr. Smith's Ford is getting a rest anyway these idays. Better put some runners on'the Old Ford Dock and perhaps it will navi- gate in the snow anyway. The mail has only come through to LnKemp one day since the big blizzard and then LaKemp sent a wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1919

ass* ^: 9 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT, THUKSDAY, JAN 9, 1919 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT creamary where cream and milk (jfl ran be marketed in any quantity 1 —- 1 ever day in the year. In its work SUBSCRIPTION RATES. of generally helping the farmer to First and Second Zona.— lJo!lncro"efrop production and its Third Zone 1.60; cooperation assisting him to Fourth Zone 1.751 market his crops intelligently, 1 Fifth Zone. 1-85 know of no single agency that has accomplished so much."—• Weekly News Letter. Sixth and other Zones Single Copies 2.00 5c C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. < iiblished on Thursday Week Morning of Eacr> Notice of Sale The of Real Estate. State xo- County of of Texas, )_ Lipscomb. * Entered as second-class matter, vcniber 20, 1912, at the postoHice at Lin?- l-Jiotrinf comb, Texas, under the Act of March 3. In ln0 LyLstflCt V OUT t ,s79. ~ _ comb County, Texas. 5 « II L'i Hr' F Ev' - . ' In order to guarantee the publication Of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send eith...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1919

'H': ; ;'-- : • k. ■ mm ♦ . / LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT, THURSDAY, JAN 9. 1919 THREE •f* It Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now * And now the report came in; /■ that yesterday morning the town of Higgins our sister to the i southeast was burdened with thirty-five cases of the "flu." i It is to be hoped that it is a mis- take as the town has, it seems, had its share of the "flu," and .. __ then again just at the time one Ivan Case went to Higgins During the last -two or three;thinks that 'lt has went 'lts course ®fw fppicrhi tndav days the scenes of the streets som,e„more t|le . drops in ywr^:. • - takes one back a few years owing different points. Lipscomb al T. 0. Paine was in from south- absence of the cars that wa^ through has been fortu- west of yesterday for a few hours during good weather are about na^e UP Preser)t time and trading. Mr. and Mrs. pi ■1 m Kg®.1 the only vehicle that is se?n. In "right now' remark that P. R in' from Fifth evening for can support the the...

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