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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 December 1912

* SUPPLEMENT luKSJAY, D^C.19,1912 TOWN AND COUNTRY Mrs. N. N Fi tiiers Has been busy entertaining school teachers *hK*e -k. "orris about nine lay mom tug Tried off the >"••• f s Bussari moved Dr. J. T. rie's house uold effects to Ochiltree ttas moruiug J. VV. Eras* aud Douald Biackshire w -re in tligmns Mod- 'Avy wita b'oota corn. • vV. g >t $50 aud Doaald $45 for his. J. N. Biackshire aud family Hioved Mouday to the old Gassa way farm three and one-half miles south east of Higgins, where they will make theii future hom* K W ^rass pulled off a 100- rd foot race wi'h Claude o'clock Wed aud our J. W. 'plum ' at Hig- ■F. N. Peterson and Miss Lillia May Kreble, both o« Higgius, *ere united in the hqly'bpndsof matrimony Wednesday _ after- B(M)U iu the county clerk's office. Justice J. N. Theisen officiating. '' Dr. Newlaud remarked yester- day *hat Mrs. Ollie Bussard was somewhat improving from her of rheumatism and that little daughter of Mr. and . J. J. Allen, was on the sick it ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 December 1912

'?;■ -/ ' • ■ ' • Wm&m PpHR h49l v:•'>, * jgaKE**^^' : - -—I mm An Important Jr. •" *:x tiflk • Jj:4 #J:; KT.V- i- ■Rs*3 iv Present yourself, your brother, your friend with while your daughter, your Christmas giftworth In Bookkeeping, Banking, Commercial law., Business English, Shorthand, Typewriting, Letter Writing, Arithmetic, Salesman- ship, Rapid Calculation, Adding Hachine, riulti< graphing, etc. .. TKAIN1NQ YOU WILL NEED your vocation. The kind that .. <: every day of your life; regardless of earn your bread. Busi CANAOAlNl Offers t*u p**opl- of the Paalianlle th • v*ry lies'; u r able c t). Undter the mnnagement of a man with ne|tih ♦ n years (Experience in the largest and Penmanship, Spelling, . . ness rt \ \s • ie vay ->f practical education, at a reason- M-liool in the South where the president students. Very latest an b' ^t courses of *he business streets of Oanadan iu u ex r hou.e country, clim ite ami friends t-o get best commercial colleges in the count...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 January 1913

w ' ■ Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPS COMB, LIPSOOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 2, 1912. VOL 1 NO. 7 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests'of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County ■;V;Y Alf the W^y Do\vn l ine Great Activity Displayed --Lipscomb Solicitors Report Good Work- Durham There yVith the Goods The new railroad proposition msiasm displayed 'than in r s / BMkfiya moon. Farmers in the rural districts that never thought of the idea, are pricking up their ears-and those just a little doubt- ful are getting in the game, x The ' solicitors in Lipscomb county re- port a steady increase in signers and everything is looking good m: up the Wolf Creek valley. A Lime Light reporter who was i at the Durham meeting across the Canadian further down the line of the proposed route seeh - 125 sturdy farmers come across $1.00 per acre and Bert Fay, one time free range cattle staking along the line. More] feeder, turn loose $2.00 par acre on a 400 tract and everybody at Crawford...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 January 1913

- r v: ■ MP - • BMP "■*%<.v. ■r L #* uM; m ;;«s'r-.'/ .'V. JUBSCR1P LION, l BE YEAll, $1.00 ^■rJliV.rVv- "'hrV^ Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week V. litiU., T, t'ltt • "are ii iof kiud-J: t ash ' ijif. < there mid 0. A SK4GGS, Publisher „ When you want, to pull off a good stunt, pall off one of the booster brand, and you'll always be in when'the big yell goes up. - - ' Good roads are a benefit to any, country and Lipscomb has got ^ir share and other work will be ane when the weather will ' :+ ; v 1 It. - -V : ' . - V^V , Willi wi'ilnif> minds and parse. Oan you find another such loyalty, such citizenship and' such brotherly love in this great do- main of ours ? Not on your "tin type," Lipscomb iias'em all. Minutes of Royal Guy Rocks Guy Rock Castle, Dec. 28 Meeting called to order in due form with Royal Guy Flathers in the chair. Minutes of last meeting read and approved as corrected. The following officers were present: Flathers, Allen, Sutton, I^reez. Bussard, Sh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 January 1913

mm PI i: 3^! b-f"®] f • III IMltra PSlPslili?}: 5 ■■ ^"*7 0 MS r ?5^i ■fiiSSlI S^kkss*;; Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. i i Li ik?v; Snli Harry Oessna returned hom^ BlMbm Oklahoma yesterday. ' * O. A, Dickiuson was in iron? the north country yesterday. '} - . ... - . i Albert ittinton was itf Canadian the first of tli*1 week on business, ' . H H. Filer, of Ivan hoe, Okla , was in town a short time Friday, Chas. aud George Chambers cams up from Shattuck, Tuesday evening. * s \ F. 8. Grissom returned Satur- day evening from a days, trip to Ochiltree. ' a ■ -*" . u Mr. and Mrs Chas.' M. Sutton Sundayed out on the Geo. Mc- Spadden farm. / Sam Shahau returned; Sunday afternoon from a pleasant visit with his byotber, A. 0, at Grand Oklahoma. ! " Jess Bastard and Jim Black left Wednesday for Ochiltree with two loads of household goods^fpi m ps f j t. J. T. Guthrie. *u. c H John Greey£r, * a new comei from Vergima, northwest of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 January 1913

J§S< Wmm< ABOUT TOWK A!iD UNI C. G. White, living north of Bradford's, returned Sun'lay morning from Durham where 1 went on business. * i Mr.and Mrs.Kinkart of TJrbana 111.; and Mr. and Mrs. Canfield of Oxford, Kans. returned to their home last Thursday evening, after a very pleasant visit with Grover Bussard and family, and other friends. Last Monday, while enroute home from Glazier, with big loads of coal, Loyd Bussard in some way got his foot caught under the wheel, mashing one of his feet very badly and bruising dfte of ' his hands considerable. Hank be- ing close by on another load lent immediate assistance, releasing the fracture as much as possible until town was reached where the attendance eased i, and from last re- coming along all Him titiMii «ver biuiling "Shady" Martin had a "good eye" to keeping everything in a mirthful i \ the Odd Fellows ap- r^eciate the good patronage of 'jfchis greatest of grand masque- rades. down the ports right. $ fcs registered since last...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 January 1913

Eyj£v Wtm BS^' yt' SUPPLEMENT g-#s , THURSDAY, J IN. 2, 1912 t JOlts From Fifth Creek ■$r I '■ \ We are having line weaijhei during the holiday8. School started Monday ■ after ?. vacation of two weeks DauVrurnp-r spent the holidays ■with W. P. Hill and family. ' j; Willi*. Turner spent Chiistmas with Will Barton of Lipscomljl The dance at W. R. Hills' la>t Friday Light wa^ well attended . Glenn Turner is entertaining a f^.ver blister on his upper lip this week. C. D. Hdi and family and Clif- ton Wlieatly spent Christmas in i Higgins. W M. Rabe made a trip to Higgios last Monday, returning Tuesday. W. M.Rabe is erecting a new wind mill on his ranch to go with his new house. Mr. and Mrs. vAdler spent Christmas with Gus3 Melhop and family of Cat Creek. O. C. and J. R. Townsdin and families spent Christmas with Jess Hostetler and family of willow creek. Grandma Bradford left last Saturday for Southern Texas where she will spend a feW weeks visiting with her children. It makes us feel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 January 1913

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1913

Wt * ggpgl m Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1913. VOL 1 NO. S Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted tb the Interests" of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County New Signers Dropping in on Contract Every —Others Getting Ready and Solicitors on the Road Early and Late Working. Day Getting bu^r, "well I guess yes," the way the railroad solici- tors arp doi^g |ime on the new railroad proposition isn't a bit alo^. Lipscomb nabobs are sliding right down the main hop- per with their signatures to the m m new proposition has been soaking in ou the minds of some. of the skeptical and those with told feet are commencing to warm Hp some and are beginning to see ihe new light. 1 r; All is hustle and "do things" —the latest motto of £he country folk and the town folk as well. There's no room for the slow man and the lazy one is fqrced to "go away back apd sit down" in otder to leave room for the teal actor in the. coming drama to circulate according to h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1913

.. ,-H SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 m ^Published on Thursday Morning oVMackW&ek C. A SKAGGS, Publisher mm Wm Id order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary tosend either draft, cheek or money order with copy. , ' ' '• ' ' Advertising rates 12£c per in '< single column mea&uie; from „page 50c. Locals 5c per line. m Those Two Big Public Sales. Our lease with Uncle Sam hav- | i ing practically expired, and hav- ! ing decided to retire to private f life, we the undersigned, will off-! / &r for sale, at our residence, Ka- j ionai Capitol, Washington, I> C j 4th, 1913, all the following jec* pfoperty* to wit. - -One elephant about 40 years of age* well fed but looks thin from „ * strenuous campaign; small sore I on right side, having neen gored by a bull moose. ' " V " 'v# i^-'v ' Qne set of g _>lf sticks well worn 1-:- . ~ > * , > , / one steam rpller used butrone sear sou; one job Jot of postoffice fix- \ i Tjl At the s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1913

- . t M' ge& -T" U § ,;,' v . u jgbA jgpfj JSPj *£&&■■ f |i r. - Jgv Apr •>'- ft ' • E9g| HP^j If L*- b- Town-and Country No Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. i./;7 Kr? ipia ■- ' , Geo. W. Long was in Higgins Friday. Hank Bussardr drove to Bhafc- tuck last Friday. Reidus Gunn was over from Higgins Saturday. The railroad boosters had a meeting Friday evening. J. Howlett & Co. have been busy for the past *^ek invoicing. The thermometer registered 4 degrees below j^ro Monday njiorn- ;|ng; Major E. C. Gordon came in Irom Higgins last Friday evening and mingled around among the •railroacfc enthusiasts while; h*fre. I T. C. Lightwine, of La Kemp Okla. who has been enjoying a pleasant visit with his brother-in-' flaw, J J. Alleuand family, return ed to his home Friday. Miss Abbie Arthur, who has bCen visiting the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hooter for a few Weeks returDed to her home in Alva,p)&fc last Sunday evening*- W. H. Parker...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1913

IpjIIPIs ■l': s LEGAL/ ADVERTISEMENTS ► : : r~ Notice of Sheriff's Sales.* STATE OF TEXAS, ) • County of Lipscomb, f G. C. Kilbourne, ) District Court vs. No. 201 V ofLipscoml Oscar Clapp,et al ) County. Whereas by virtue of an Order of bale issued out of the District Court of Lipscomb county, Texas, oe a judgment rendered in said eourt on the 26th day of Novem- ber, A. D., 1912, in favor of said G. C. Kilbourne and against Oscar Clapp, Otho Vardeman, Winfred vardeman, The First National Bank of Amarillo, W H. Fuqua, T. D. Cobbs and J. H. Lisle, No. 201. on the docket oi said court, I did en the 8th day of January, 1913, at 4 o'clock p. mM levy upon the following des- cribed tract or parcel of land sit- uated in the county of Lipseomb, State of Texas, and belonging to the said J. H. Lisle and in which said other named defendants have •been heretofore in soma manner interested, to^-wit: All of Sur- rey No. 147 .in Block No. 43, originally granted to the H. &. T, (J. By Co. by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1913

MMM- "w-% ' k SUPPLEMENT ■ ■ ■;- - ■ -■ • - THURSDAY, | J AN. 9, Wk . fefi : - ■ HP :f llN'1 ^ • m ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY J. W. Cessna was in Glazier, Monday and Tuesday. 4 N j 1\ N. l<lackshire,and so4 tame in from Higgins today. | W. H. Hunter and E. A are on the sick list this wee k. Pv t>\ V: pSia&f-v. ~ mt . ^P'viy- Jfv .* gjj IWJ- S- - ' Freighters have been busv felie past week hauling from Glazier.1 Charley Owborn, o| Ochiltree, was in towh Wednesday evening. Chance Shahan is- somewhat knocked out with a bad cold this week. : ] -n „v ; Z-"'$ •• ,.... _ i . • [ ' ; Polk Tucker is putting on • "airs" this week, since he Has got a new Bain wagon. ' — t | Bank fixturps were sent pv rland from heife today t<> be i us tailed in the new bank at Ivanhoe. -- ? £ . - f k ' - * • Docald Black&hire and l*aw rence Porter took broom? corn to #the Higgins market this morning. Foley and Boudel, up on the Kiowa, passed through town to- day on their Way tcT Higgins with br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 January 1913

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 January 1913

Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1913 VOL 1 NO. 9 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County on Railroad Proposition Good Work and tfetter Than has been Done for Some Time--Signers Corning on Every Day Everybody Taking to Proposition. Even unto the slow man things seem like a steady whirl of "get up and go" siDce Tobe Wheat hasjjot bns.y in the field. New people are signing up on the proposed railroad contract and the proposition is beginning tp. awake sew interest in the very worst s.H minds of men. Far- mers irom the 40 acre man to the two«ection man are coming in liberally, in some instances a small man has signed up for $3 00 per acre while many others have signed $2 00, $1.50 and hard- ly a single man for less than $1.00. . It shows conclusively that the masses are highly in favor of the new way of transportation, la sys- tem that is in touch with the ever increasing demands of an ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 January 1913

SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher ! In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy- Advertising rates l2£c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. It's a wise thing to "rake in the hay while the sun shines," so it would be a wise thing to gather in two sections of Lipscomb county land for a poor farm while the price is low. when thi* j i luii.-'hejd." The office com' s w-th tbei request and at the stated timj sends in the bill, it's laid on the shelf, the second one j sent, brings back a reply something similar to this; "There must be some misunder- standing, you'll have to adjust this with former publishers." And so on down the line. Lime Light has got stung once, and from this on such kind of insti- tutions will have to send along the "dinero". with the copy or it will be held till further orders. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 January 1913

ty- m. 1. -Ira mm Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. | Geo Long wa> in Higgin'y on business Monday. as IS ifi-y" £v F. M. Grime?, of Glazier, \\ town Sunday evening. ^ ; Tom Bruce, was in from the Shadeland country, attending Commissioners Court Monday,t JH ' * ' . Sheldon Moore was in town from the Kiowa country Wednes- D, W. Dunnihoo, of Shattuck, )kla., was in town a short time ionday. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Parks were [ in from the Cat Creek country, Mr . C. A. Newlaud is recover- ing from an attack of the grip this week. Berlin Millholloh, D^k Hurl- hey and E. 8. Altmiller went to Higgins thi*5 morning. . rA - Although Lime Light is a young babe in tbe newspaper whirlpool, it's sting, like the bee, - leaves a hump. ' ■ Hiram Clark, of Sbadeland and • JGr. A - from the Oklahoma side were in town Monday attending Commissioners Court. W. H. Hunter, we are 'inform- : ed, is getting o^:r an attack of the grip which has held ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 January 1913

Stillwater Luea. Dots. Mrs. W. J. Henneigh was call- ing on Mrs. W. P. Freeman Fri- day* V I Frank La*h, of Logan, Okla., was visiting friends in this couir munitj, this week Miss Faye Larkey has been visiting her cousin's, Emma Free- man and Lottie Fiskin. Owing to climatic conditions, Rev. H. U. Henthorn was unable to preacii at this place Sunday. This portion of the county was visited by two snows last week, both were beneficial to the wheat 6rop. Miss Ollie Russell, who is teaching the Walker school, visit- ed with home folks Saturday and Sunday. The following were visitors at the ]Stew Home school last week: Miss Ollie Russell, Fred Hen- neigh, George Russell, Lloyd Henneigh, and Frai k Lash —Y. K. W. If; - i : Shadeland Notes. Mr. M. Stellings is spending a few days with M. H. Gard, visit- ing nis son, A. 0. Stellings. Miss Mae Rexroat, of Wichita, is enjoying her vacation visiting her brother, Louis Rexroat. Miss, Sarah Barnhart, who has been visiting her nephew, Mr. Louis Re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 January 1913

n> i^: iili • - • A- r. • ,. • 4? ■, ' : SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, JAN. 16, 1913 Jolts From Fifth Creek. View Point Pointers. K 5 ' Clifton Whe it ley is reported sick this week. n < - \| Bill Hill visited at J. By Tur- ner's Sunday night. Mrs. J. B Turner visited with Mrs. J. R Tounsdin, Thursday. Glen Turner was in Lipscomb | Monday for the first time this j ■ year. , •' Roy Tcunsidin started to Hig- j gins today, Monday, witn a load | of nice broom corn. i Wm. Ra6e is preparing for the j threshers, which will get to his j pla^e today Monday. Miss Mitiie Hill is visitingj "with her sister, Mrs. John and j ^iose Paiue a few days this week, j Miss Adda Chapman was num- j oered with the sick the last few j days suffering with a severe spell of lagrippe. With the "help of P. R. Wbeat- Jy and J. B. Turner last Thurs- day, Roy Townsdin took advant- age of a nice beef and tied it to a post and shot it three tjmes with a Winchester. Th<3 same which he delivered to the Lipscomb market ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 February 1913

Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB 6, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 12 ==================== Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Big Times Stirring-^Talented Speakers Will be Here at Final Winde-up—Railroad Proposition to be Discussed From all Sides. ISSnD! - W n, 11$ , Well, well, who would have thought it! After all the plan- ning of the Railroai Boosters to pull off a big stunt on Monda\, February 10th, the date has been changed to its original da'*,, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY, 18, 1913, oi| Account of' being unable to procure speakers for the 10th. will not lessen - the work of the comipitees who are arranging f< >r *>t great railroad .i^etfa&v ftp ' 1 tinch and yotiil iitoes combined It will be worth M^vi ody's trTme to be heje when Noble Joseph turns loose t^e t>if$ platter ot palatable seasoned stuffs t<> V assifv the cravings of the iun r man, quench vour thirst with the coffee mad...

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