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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 September 1913

IKs GOOD ROADS. p:How to keep the boys ou tlie ■HBSP* i farm —build good roads. Ip^Sonservatioii of en-.rgy con- cerns all. It is clearly and fully involved ip the question of im- proved highways. J"--Bad roads are taxes on all and they place an appalling limita- tion upon the business and social life of the people of the rural districts. ' Good farm®, efficient school, Well filled -chuffches and correct social cfinditiolferarte never found along a poc-r. highway. There are three ways to build ■ : good .roads viz; private subscrip- tion, taxation and by the issu- ance of bonds. The first is in- adequate and would have to be local; the secon I is too expensive and is therefore temporary, the | third is permanent and enduring. ^ By Homer D. Wade. The Cost of Profit. It cost money to do business. The average is between 18 and 30 per cent of the gross receipts, except in the rural district, wher<* the cost is materially de- creased. The expense must be taktn care of before the mercha...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 September 1913

SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Tobe Wheat was in Higgins Tuesday. P. B. Mills went to' Higgins Tuesday afternoon. Henry Altmiller was in from Fifth Creek trading Tuesday. Gus. Mehlhop of north of town was in yesterday morning trad- ing. H. R. Fike, of Shattuck, was in town yesterday calling on the business people. Grover Bussard want to Amarillo, Monday morning and will bring back two new Fords. A railroad will put Lipscomb on the map—its up to us to do something—it will be good to get busy. WT E. Merydith came down from Valley Park Sunday eve- ning and remaiued over until Monday. Hon. T. M. Hobbs and driver arrived in town Tuesday noon and remained over until Wednes- day evening. Berlin Mikhollon, was in Hig- gins Monday evening remain- ing over- until Tuesday morning j whan be retutned. * Albia Henthorn, of Shat tuck, Okla., was in town' Tuesday and while up here will visit with Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Parks on 'Oat Creek. iiverybody interested in rail- road ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 September 1913

m*: u' m Lipscomb Lime Light Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 43 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Railroad Boosters Reorganize An Enthusiastic Meeting....Largest Turnout at a Railroad Gathering Held in the Town...Com- mittees Appointed...Other WorkDone. Saturday To attain success it is neces- sary to everlastingly keep on trying and the much prized goal is reached and mans efforts are crowned with glory. So it is with the Lipscomb people. So it is in railroad building, in everything we do it require stick- toiveness to bring "results and consequently Lipscomb people are again in tlie harness for a Railroad. Last Saturday evening the Railroad Boosters reorganiz- ed with P. B. Mills as permanent chairman and Geo. W. Long, secretary while trustees and com- mittees were elected and ap- pointed. The meeting was an enthusiastic one from the start. Almost everyone pres...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 September 1913

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each "Week C. A ^KAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, ^November 20, 1912, at the post- ■office at Lipscdmb, Texas, under the Act of'Mareh 3, 1879. •. * * „ I .order to guarantee the publi- ^.,«ianon of foreign Advertisements I# will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order uith copy. — Advertising rates 12^c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Farm Facts by Peter Bradford President Farmer's Union "We can develop ourselves only by our own efforts. Go to the farm and enjoy the blessings of freedom. • The farmer knows better than to exchange magic for common .-sense. The problems of farming are as serious as the multiplication table. The greatest factor behind all production is the creative faculty. The farmer can only be helped •jthrough common sense and co- -operation. Successful farming and market- ing are the basis of all human progress. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 September 1913

Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Sam Hunter was in town this morning. John Giisan was in from Sand Creek Saturday. C. D. Hill was in from Fifth Creek yesterday. The thing now is, get busy on the railroad proposition. J. K. Paine was in from his *i ja#ih north of town yesterday The rnaD that hasn't seen a rain in the past three days is hard to find. W. P. Hill, lost a valuable colt by stumbling and breaking its I * neck last week. Ahx Young, ofHiggins, passed through town Saturday afternoon on his way to the ranch. James Wolfe and ALjx Chap- man, of Sand Creek were in town this morning trading. Its pretty warm these days but if Lipscomb should get a railroad it would be a whole lot warmer. D. L. Kemp, of north of town was in the burg yesterday shak- ing hands with his many friends. In the beginning everything needs a start, so with a railroai, then keep on a move toward that end. M irve McDonald returned this morning from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 September 1913

Local Briefs. r Spectacular flying, something that Panhandle people have never * m seen before, is scheduled next month when Art Smith, the world's famed aviator, will give an exhibition of the arl of flying at The Panhandle State Fair at Amarillo, TWas. Art Smith will, according to contract, arrive at Amarillo one day ahead of time, bringing with him his Curtis Biplane and a staff of mechanics. The aviator will ordinarilly fly from twenty minutes up, weather permitting of course, aud will attain an altitude of not less than 1000 feet. He will also fly as close to the ground as possible, and should weather interfere all spectators will be given rain checks for the exhibtion the fol- low ng day. The aviation exhibi- tion which is to take place at Amarillo is without doubt one of the most popularly arranged programs that any aviator could attempt. H. Smifh will do stunts within the grounds that hardly seem possible for anyone to do without wrecking the machine. Art Smith ha3 been very...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 September 1913

SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Steve Sparks was in town yes- terday. T. O. Payne was in town yester- day trading. H. A. Hill was in from Sand Creek yesterday on business. T. J. Eeasoner was in from the Said Creek country yesterday. A blessing to man—varnished cars then a railroad to Lipscomb from somewhere. Roy Townsden and his better half were in town from Fifth Creek trading yesterday. Grr ver Bussard came over from Higgins Saturday morning on his Reading Standard. W. J. Cessna has been busy the past tveek building wells and pounding on galvanized iron. Another cbance for everyone in this end of Lipscomb county lo do a good turn is to get in on the railroad. When it comes to beating the Wolf Creek Valley for produc- tion, that other place has got to go seme. Sheriff Millhollon has had considerable business up in the northeast part of the county the past week. That invincible Wm. Bates, living southwest of town was a pleasant caller at the Lime Light off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 September 1913

ipggr-- EBlifeSl ^,gSjpl ---<5 ''"1 _jf||^r liP#^ * v- -'-^' •^i':;-v' BRfeli ;f? Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1913 ■m VOL 1 NO. 44 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County City Building Notes. Work \ > First Day the Volunteer Subscription Beats Two lipli#? j" *"** •'- ****** JEmm Wgmm Mp.fi i' PIP? mm Weeks Work Last Year... Every body Works With Father on the Proposition. Is the railroad proposition going to take? From the appear- ances of the attached signers it would appear that everyoug has got the railroad hobby in their 4 bonnet," and too, it is no more than the right thing, to ire t lined Up on the right side and "pat"—for a railroad to comb—one of the absolute ties to bring this end of one of the Panhandle's most fam- to ^he front,v put up in the "dress circle" scien- farming and expert stock Really one of the great steps toward genuine advance- it that has ever stru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 September 1913

> W *£■ '3 UPSCOMB LIMELIGHT ■ SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publishes Entered as second-class matter, member 20, 1912, at ihe post- loe at Lipscomb, Texas, under b Act of March 3^1879t — n order to guarantee the publi- of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either "raft, check or money order with Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front ;e 50c. Locals 5c per line. mm fiM Farm Facts by Peter Bradford for the ultimate solution of our ecoiiomic problems. The middleman is nothing more tl-an a farm hand but he is able to fix his own wages and to collect them and to multiply his transactions as he pleases. Thirty per cent of the perish able farm products of Texas farms never leave the farm but rot in the field for lack of profit- able prices and transportation fa- cilities. \ Bumper crops without market facilities have sent more farmers staggering down the back alleys of agriculture than all th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 September 1913

own and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Gns Mehlhop yesterday. School commenced was in town iSSg: Hp" jr ,, r Creek Monday. on Fifth C. J. Wegan was in from Sand Creek yesterday. H. R. Fike, of Shattuck, done the merchants yesterday. V■ -v-.- • " T. J. Reasoner was a business ■Slggg I %. ' -..v • visitor in town yesterday. Ghas. White wis in from north , -of town yesterday morning. P. R. Wheatly and Wm. Rabe ■ fK life-: were in from^ Fifth Creek yester- day V-""' ■ . • • ■ Finis Thrailkill, of Higgins, ,s in town veSterdav fcr a short mmm sg^ JSliiiL time Alex Chapman was in town fpnnQ his place \tfest ols town yes- , . Hank Bussard dro\e to ck, Okla , Saturday after Henry Frass, of tliggins come from his ranch north of town sterday. Don't forget the railroad—its le proposition that puts Lips- ab on the map. Rain,-well yes, its the easiest thing out Monday and Tuesday were both iyet days. m - .The railroad propisition is taking f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 September 1913

From C. D. Wells - •jTyler, Texas, Sept. 14, 1913. Lipscomb Lime Light, Lips- peomb, Texas:—As; I promis- g --' ^ to write you when" I found a location and settled. I will try and do so. We had a dry spell in June that hurt the crops some,, another in August that cut the cotton crop nearly half what it would have been, now it is raising and been since Friday" which will injure the cotton soma as the most of it is ready to pick. Corn was not very good, too dry in June, some §3 late potatoes planted in June,and July will make good corn. Truck farmers did fairly well; can raise anything here most, but wheat, soil is too 'sandy for wheat, you ; know the reputation the people of the Panhai die have, they get 'se the further south you go, I ieve, Land is as low in price as it is tEere, but is advancing in price very rapidly serveralplaces have changed hands since I came some of them twice. Places, that sold for $10 per acre last spring sell at $20.00 now, and those that sold for $20.00 se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 September 1913

::js X — - &. «: - •-..? • '^-3 SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY m?r- Sheriff Milihollon made an overland trip to Kiowa Saturday. John Trueblood come to town this morning to do some trading. Dow Stevens, - of Shattuck, Okla., was in town yesterday oh business. Mr. and Mrs. Pundt living south of town were in the burg trading last Friday. Berkeley Dawson, of Shattuck and Walter Tandy, of Glazier drove into town tins morning.. L. Hughes and Tom Scott for Waco, Texas, Friday rjQing where they will attend aoi this summer. .• * ~ ■ liss Rose C. Merydith," of ley Park, was a very pleasant tor at tne Lime Light office afternoon. £ - ^ ' I - - .. ■ - •" R. S. Porter, «j of Shadeland, e up Tuesday and visited witn his son,; Lawrence, and . daughter, Mrs, Chance Shahan. J J. B. Turner was in from Fifth Creek Saturday trading and while ; in town also took the new teacher • for that district, Miss Matthews, lis home for a Sunday visit •s. C. A. Fox and children ;ed ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 18 September 1913

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 September 1913

v ifi smm smsr vJfel~ aafc -".. ^ f:* ' < ■ -S;. - ' ~ a!" ; Lipscomb Lime Light Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1913. YOL 1 NO. 45 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County [ , Yr MsV- c ;-r' - -a ; wm' ife:' . h Greatly Railroad Proposition Appears to be Taking With the People...Many Interested That Turned Cold on Others of This Kind in past. Although the weather has been a little bit chilly ssveral new signers have availed themselves of the opportunity to sign,upon the new contract of the proposed railroad which has been coming along swimming since the arrival of Hon -T. M. Hobbs, of Athens, Ala.? about three weeks ago. There has been no struggle nor scramble out in the valleys or upon the hills, no, not so you could notice it, but they have come right in of their own free will and put their name down without any coaxing and several are they who never signed on the old at all. A ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 September 1913

eacasa 552^ - JPSSOHB LIME LIGHT m UBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning pf Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- .tion of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates 12$c per inch single column measure; front / page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Facts BY Peter Bradford President Farmer's Union* n is but a product of the soil ce found agriculture plow- a stick. Agriculture needs all the great men it can get. Humanity marks time by im- provements in agriculture. There is not and never will be an over supply of educated farm- ers. Nature is unkind to the unwise. Only the fittest survive in farm- ing- The economic distribution Of farm products is today the world's greatest problem. The farmer that markets his produce when the demand is strongest reaps...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 September 1913

mi&k-' i-p Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Henry Mehihop was in town yesterday. Pi Rail, of Glazier, was in town last Friday. , J. K. Payne autoed in from his > place north of town Tuesday. Roy Townsdin was in from Fifth Creek.yesterday trading. Roy Hayes and S. B. Laune of AVoodward, Okia., were in town Sunday. Dan Culpepper was in from the Sanders ranch west of town Tues- day on business. • W. J. Cessna is arranging to put a well down on the J. H. -'Ullrich ranch noith^ast of town aud started to work Tuesday. The time to hustle is when the opportunity presents itself. It is here in a railroad way—this is the one great time to make good. D m't forget that the big land man can come 50c to $1.00 an acre easier than the little man What benfits t^e one will benefit the other. Mr. and Mrs, Chance' Shahan left for Grand, Okla , last Sun- day morning for a few days visit with their father, T. L. and bro thers A. C. and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 September 1913

iH&. ,v K5T . .. IP? Local Briefs. Id the women on tlie farm fc"' worth as much as the horse, cow or other poultry with the first ||^ class farm is equipped? Before the fram women is fully appreciated, in many instances, she must'be educated to a fuller appreciation of her - own , value and economic waste attending the doing of work in inconven- ient surroundings. When the housewife on the farm comes to a full understanding of her own worth, it will fee an easy matter for her to impose her. husband with the fact that she is entitled to up-to-date equipment with which to carry on her household duties and that the modern con- veniences will mean dollars in his pocket, as well as a wife that is not over-worked and prematurely old. It is the duty of every farmer's wife to know her own value in order that she may make the most, of opportunites in her everyday life.—Mrs.E. P.Turner. | . ^Announce nent* comes from Panama that on September 26th the dike will be removed in the canal, per...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 September 1913

- -< - SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1913 •ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY T" ti " j J B Turner was in from Fifth Creek yesterday. Chas. Tefcen was down from the Flatts this morning:. ° Sheldon Moore was down from Kiowa this morning; Last year's overcoats have been in great demand the 1 ast two Assessor W. L. Owen accom- |)ained J. A Blatfk to Glazier Monday. Ers. J. A. Black came in from her home southeast of town this morning. The past week Lime Light has jfeeen kept pretty busy in its job depaitment. *- _ ' ' , . Just a.tittle more subscription on the railroad proposition— thats all right, :'-y ;v;,..;; ■ • ■ ■ • / ;> One good turn deserves another, and one Good Boad begets anoth* er,with much pleasure thrown in XJncle Jaspar Millhollon was out looking over his garden this week and pulled three nice onions. Miss Rose Parker left for Coburn Saturday to take up her.' school work in the fall term at that place. Those who buy from merchants who advertise in Lime Light, make their purch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 September 1913

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 October 1913

i ? ' v Lipscomb Lime Light r-\- ■* M Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1913. YOL 1 NO. 46 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County a Live Member People Getting Active and Greatly Interested...New Signers are Registering Their Good Inten- tions Every Day Rain or Sun Shine. Even at this tim*) of fairs and other fun making conclaves of amusement there is nothing of more impertance than the pro- posed railroad proposition for this end of the Panhandle—con- siderable enthusiasm is manifest- ed by the citizens that dwell within a few miles of this im- mediate vicinity. It is not a few of the . substantials who have shown a willingness to "come across" and do their part, both with theif signatures to the con- tract and a "twi-light ;high-ball" for the good of the cause. Non- resident land owners are begin- ning to wake up to the fact that it's about their time "to bat" and from what can be lear...

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