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

LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT f'..: .SUBSCRlPTIONt THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning . r of Each Week b ft' C. A SKAGG3, Publisher Entered as secoud-clasH matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- « office at Lipscomb, leXa-j, under ♦he Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be ne'VssaTy to wend either '«?. draft, check or money order with copy. V- Advertising rates 12^c i ei inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. ■: The Lipscomb Lime Light is ting the purchase of a couple Actions of land for a poor farm Skaggs, there are not a 'zen people in Lipscomb county knows w hat you are talking about. Don't you Kho«v that a felloe c n*t stay on a farm an$ st y. poor b-'h i wtmid boy the farm for —J forthwith sub- >mc sides looking after soiine high- gride stock. Mr. Mills informs us that he now has 14 head of thoroughbred heifers and one Jersey thoroughbred heifer, all registered stock. The raising of through...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 February 1913

• : * i m Si'; V < Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. *£-+■ I ^4 James Wolf was in town Mon- day on business. Shahan & Sons are busy in- voicing this week. Earl Bowdle, was down from Kiowa, Monday Hank Bussard was in Glazier after freight Monday. F. B. Grissom has been laid up with the grip this week. Attorney E. C. Gray, of Hig- gins, was in town Monday. Albert Zerm and wife, of Wood- ward,' were in town Monday. F. L. Parks was in town yester- day looking after business. . i F. 8. Gunn, of Higgins, drove over in his car Tuesday morning Attorney Seweii, of Higgms, was ia town uesday ou business. Tne ' o\s ii> our town w • e out burning rabuits Sunday ai d Mou- j ; t > If snowed a snow of about six., inches last Frida\, 8 iturday aud Sunday. Lawrence Porter and family lia*£e been laid up witu t>he lis wvek. Or. C. A. Newiaud^and Orover Bussard a e having foxy signs put up this week, l Mrs. J. It. Barns, of no...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 February 1913

" • ' •• . ■: V. jipSr, & 'X Good Staff From Lipscomb Co Berkeley Dawson, of Shattuck, Okla., shipped out of Lipscomb County, Texas, seven cars of New Mexipo bred hereford coming tiiree year old steers, to Kansas City about the middle of January, which sold.on the market there Monday, January 20th, at $7.25, 'weighing 750 pounds. Later that week prices of stock cattle and .feeder? went to smash, and sales late m the week were called 25 t*. •50 cents lower by >ard trader*. 3fr. Danyson had seven tu< ;re cars • of the same s e-r> oaeK that i;^ wauteri to ii'ivc <>u tlic luarket the following A|oueH\^rt« w.sejy .h«- > regarded th- l^eak in prices, iciiowiuir . the coru belt iarineis . au(^l giaze s quit asking que^tiou* wfafu tiiiu j.auhaudle cuttle are •> oiler*.d them, especially if they show hetefoid breeding in their faces. The second nipmeut re- peated the performance of their mates, selling at the hame pric^, $7 25 738 pounds average. T'.ere w«s nothing e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 February 1913

\ SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Stillwater Local Dots. x This morning there might have • been seen a regular old-fashioned bob-sled plowing up through the main street of our town with j the same grace that one would be gliding along up in Missouri, or the northern part of Iowa V Ding dongei if it wasn't quite a sight. , Although the snow fell pretty strong Saturday, and the day re? minded one of genuine old wintei * days, P. R Y\ heatly and C. D. Hill. living northwest of town, «nd VY. P. Hill southwest of us, were all in town with their "high- .JM tops" on pulling tn rough the suow on >1 aiu street before the i plow was oui. TeXus needs 3,000,000 more far mers, wnich -hould mean <m in crease m population • t lu,U' 0,0i\> people. Should the.se ia ui< . «j bring with them $i,o00 do.i«ti* each in property it «ould uj..k.- an mcri.au- proper.,* value.-. m r $3,000,000,000, wnich is mur '-ban 'he pre ent assessed value % '*" irf ill- the property &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 March 1913

§5"*' - JS : -" ■ -• rt£-yr: ' ■- ■* ">C?: Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 17 Official Papterof Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Intere&ts of, Lipscomb aud Lipscomb County ■ v Beds of Old Timers of the Past Hand the Story Down to be Retold by Rising Generations—Coal and Other Minerals Beneath the Surface. ; «- ?• '« Echos to us from the visions of the past reveals the scenes of heavily laiden beds of wealth un- derneath this old spot where Lip- scomb now stands. Handed down by those of tLe past who have prospected and delved into the mysteries of the soils seclud- ed fr^m our prying eyes, it has been recorded that fields of the 4<black diamonds" are beneath. The little anfc has been noticed in the old days, dating back to the time of the primitive red man ai|d roving herds of bison, to come to tne surface and unload his burden of coal. Men of dif- ferent nationalities have experi mented in as many ways and hav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 March 1913

atSfm subscription, the year, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher passing f Collin, Bed E ntered us second'-clas-* matter, November 21, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879.. 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 12£c per inch aitiyrlf* column measure; front page 50ci Locals 5c perHine. More Good Roads. The interest in scientfically constructed highways in Texas has extended beyond county and precinct lines. Mucb work has been accomplished on at lea&2 three important and continuous highways in the State, although the counties through which they, run have had to work indepeu'i- ntly. The Red River fo-t..e- •Uulf highway has taken tangible from and^almost tvery county on the propose! highway has taken steps to complete its link of the great thoroughfare which, when built will t>...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 March 1913

E1B f ■ i > . : - '&% ■ £ '• . r Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. 1 Jj. S. Bussard w*.s in Glazier Tuesday. ATroxall, of Amarillo, was in town Tuesday. News Flathers drove out in the country Sunday. * !; Geft ■ W. Long attended the S- k k^Cj sa]e n^ar Higgins Monday. W. H. Hopkins, of Canadian, was aLipscomb vi.-itor Tuesday. ■P^' W. Wilson and W. B. Lamaster, were in from Ochiltree lafet Friday. .Col. C. H. Shannon and H. J. Curetar, of> Dalhart were in town last Friday f. r a short time. W. P. Cope and J B. Turner,, both living north" of town left teu cents in real money at. our sanctum Tuesday. Dr. A M. Ne wman, of Cana- dian, 'was in town Monday visit- ing with his nephew, Dr. C. A. Newland and family. F.' W. Finney, -of Halafax, Kan., and W H. Cop, of Em- poria, Kau . we'e Lipscomb sight, seers Tuesday. "Sliadv" Martin came over from Higgins Sundav evening and p is busy now helping lua-ke nom^ better roads ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 March 1913

Ill N LOCAL OVERFLOW. If a hill introduced by Senator Hudspeth beomes a law, Texas will have a home for dependent girls. The Boehmer bill for the dis- franchisement ^f nil illiterates, whet her white or black, was called up in the House and passed that bcdy by a good majority. Th*1 workman's compensation bill proposed by Senator Collins, after being materially amended, passed the Senate at a night' ses sion daring the early pait of the week. The Katv consolidation bill, a! er passing the House over tbn Governor's veto by an overwhelm- ing majority, passed the Senate by a vote 22 to 6, with three members absent. Another change has taken place this week, but this time it i* among the garages. A deal was cousumated this morning whereby Frank White, who has managed and controlled the gar- ugSiat the rear of the Lime Light office for the past year, turns the tools, good will and all over to W. J. Cessna, late af Shahan & Sons Mercantile Store. Mr. Cessna will continue to serve the pe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 March 1913

tip ife §J *: -i*"— SUPPLEMENT THUR8DAY, MARCH 13 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTR\ J. M. DeLisle was over from Glazier last Friday a* ; D. W. Hatfield, was over from Higgins last Friday. m Read Shahan & Sons ad else- where in this issue. W.D.Snoddy, of Amariilo, was an over Sunday visitor in cor berg- C. F. Benton, of Supply, Okla., was seen on onr street last Fri day. Senator Collios has presented a bill whicii defiues and prohibits newpaper subscription contests. B. F. Evans, of Higgins, driver on the Higgins-Ochiltree star root turned around here last Fri- ~ - - * ; ' day ana returned |o Higgins. A concurrent resolution provid- ing for the indeterminate sentence was signed by Weiuert, Faulus, Murray, Willacy and Nugent. ft Morris of Coryell introdued a {mi in the House which, if it becomes a law, will put a stop to all party line telephone service in the State.' Last Friday evening C. D. Wells closed his summer term of Bchool down, five miles south- . west of town, and belive me s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 March 1913

BBSsSraH' 7^- : ' fe',: Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, ,THUKSi. >AY, MARC it 20, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 18 ¥= Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—(Devoted to the Interest* of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Bright Prospect: Ahead P< r Land in fine Condition,...Big, Bountiful Yields Pre- dicted in Lipscomb County This Tall.. Noise Like •'Jingle" be Heard Then. J..A 4 • What more blessing can be thrust upon the frugal farmer than bountiful crops ? And with the incoming season that is al t here everything points to a jjkvdiable yiel 3 of pleutv within e boundery < i Lipscomb conn In some parts it is predict el iat the soil is just right and the climatic conditions pro, er r a bumper Wheat, yield while vet from other sections of the he but forge ahead and everv effort crowned have his with suc- cess and happiness when the reap ing time comes. Will not the Lipscomb equntv iami r's eye 'lane with. delight w ph i.ig pockets aie bn lyinvr full mti i « v with the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 March 1913

. A. I. - SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week (1 \ SKAGGS, Publisher /K*i >red :ih M^c^ud-i-ias* matter, November 20.. 1912, at: t he post- office t * ip*eoml\. \ exa . under the *A<:« ■ 1 .\l*r<*h 3, 1879 In i > ^ua.rantee the publi- can -I s i" . iS; h Ivertisements it wd; oh ne'*essa,iy to send either df&ft, cheek or niouey order with «<W* : Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per tine. More Good Roads. ?It is doubtful if more is a sub- ject of more vital importance to the general welfare farmer than that of good roads. wlo the Soil the whole human race must loot for sustenance and the more costly the distribu- tion of the products of the soil, the more pressing upon all con- earners becomes the problem of age there would be saved in Tex- as $8,000,(XXVper annum to the farmers. j The road taxes last year amounted to approximately $3,- 250,000 independently of .bond is-su ^. ^ hich...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 March 1913

V* ■ - •• Town and Country Gathered Here and There and But Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Short to SH Btifran was in Higgins HSouJay. , / Laud lord Oum , of iggii^, I „ mm ill town \\-edneoday. Bussard returned Tues- >m Shattuck with a load t. jA fi, M6h.ee, was up on the Fi&l* Tcti^sday doing some work on bfaf telephone line. 3. ti fti itzler, of New Good- will, Okla,y Was a pleasant caller at our oAee Tuesday. 'St' * i.: i ■ I. Ifr. fclwtbers has went the auto route ©nve wore, he ean now * v! holding his head up iu the a.tr. I-- '• . '?.: : 8ht riff Hr: Berlin Alillhllon has «" inconvenienced considerable last Sunday uiorning ffith a very sow lip. Thrylkill and wife of passed through town on their way home from .north country. Lundstruip. of Sbattuck, , stopped iu town a short Mouday on his way home from Morgan, Ok la. Our John Allen has been tak- quite a few "snap shots" lately that are quite nobby and very pleasing to look at. Will Theisen came in from Dubuque last Sunday...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 March 1913

^,YV ; ■;i ' ■ ipi; * BPfev: LOCAL OVERFLOW. SPJ ggigy > Bead Shahan & Sons ad else- where in this issue. The story is told on one of the .central Illinois county papers. It was davoting considerable space each week to a sensational divorce case then being {ought in the local court/ A reporter on the paper walking through the city park one afternoon noticed a young la ty lay aside a copy of the paper, take off her shoes and stockings, turn the latter wrong side out and then put th^ni on again. This aroused the curiosi- ty of the reporter and be went to her and asked the reason for her peculiar actions. She replied^ "I was just i\ a ling the account of the divorcexcase in this paper and it was such hot stuff I had to turn the hose on myself."— T. W. In 1918 Lipscomb will don more gaudy rayment than %fee now boasts of. On the hill where ourpresent school building stands will be the site of a mod- em briok with many rooms with all the up-to-date appli- ances. The County official...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 March 1913

i' • *" ■MBBL 'v'.; WBsgffi SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, MAKOH 20 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY The following guests registered at Hotel Lipscomb since last Thursday up to this day noon: M A banter; ttenry Barton^ J ]\1 Smith, Canadian; Li HSurel r, Aniaiulo; F Stew a; i; i> 8 -Ueufy, Dan O Marlin, J .i Mo- -m. Ian, G Bruning/ J E Joseph, «ji *P Johnson, E E Hasty. 'Ikf &m ■ W**5. m The Burgess-Glasscootv irri- gation bill catne before rh" liouse \lou<ia\ morning, as penu ing business, and was passed w-th mucti haste, it ts said that this measure has received in > > carefu attention upon the part <>t the committee that reported it, than any proposition proposed in the Legislature iu many years. Conference committees on the noman'N properly rights bill and, the Alamo bill are scheduled t6'meet during the week. It is freely predicted that a substitute (or the former will be reported and adopted, and it is also almost sure that the Alamo bill will die right where it is. Hom...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 March 1913

Jf-^J * " !' 111! T\ "v $ IS '■ i X ESaB«£&^£iaBBBE! Having sold my farm, I will off^i at Pub'ic Auction at my place, one mile south and one mf.e e ist <>f Lipscomb, on The following described property, to-vvit: i span of mare mules, and eight years, I, Weight about 2400-pounds; one span of hoirse mules, age 9 years old, weight about 1000-lbs; one mare mule, 4 years old, weight about 950-pounds; one span of yearling mules, one span of mare colts, two years old in spring; one mare colt year old in spring; one 2-year-old horse colt; one brown mare, 6 years old, weight about 950-pounds, in foal. One span of horse mules, 6 and 9 years old, weight about 9=0 each; Onespan of mare mules, about 5 years old, weight about 900-pounds each. 3 Milch Cows be Fresh Soon--3 two year olu Heifers, be fresh SEVEN HEAD OF SHOATS TWO-HUNDRED PLYMOUTH ROCK CHiCKENb, A FfcW RHODE ISLAND RED CHICKENS, FOUR TURKEYS r* r 111 11 Five farm wa&ons one spring wagon, Y^g\ I I WI Ifl/ll niMr lV one t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 March 1913

Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, tlPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 27, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 19 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas— Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and* Lipscomb County -V'-.." Handed Out That Surveyors Will Get Busy Shortly and Lay the Course of New Road Across Lip- scomb County—Everybody Anxious. It bas been handed to us that t is on foot to have sur- al work on the proposed v" ..-->'5*... '■ • ,v .. * : iq Railroad Proposition. i ' - to get'busy pretty sudden- and lay out the line through b county ami elsewhere rtag the new route When the .rveying starts that will be the initial movement to a greater stir to things around this man's town. It will signify something more than a midsummer dream. It . / will illustrate to the rural citizen of the county that the veteran road builder of more than a jcarter of a century, Major E. ^ ; Gordon, is a doer of tbiugs in the place of a day dreamer. As I the Major, at several different times remarked that lie was go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 March 1913

'f LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT r^- trSV. \ r - '*> SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $i.O<3 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A. SKAGGfc>, J'UBLTSHEB Entered as secoud-class matter, ■November 20, 1912, at the po:-c- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act. of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. X f Advertising rates 12£c per inch single, column measure; front ^ page 50c. Local* 5c per line. Country Merchant Shoud ' Study Advertising Feature i&hould Sears. Roe buck & Co., do tins year as is on the bills, that is, to establish a branch house ia nearl) every staie ou ^ccouui oi the gone feature of the parcel it will behoove conn* t<f introduce more recent methods to cope with the mammoih instiationSspf mailorder iDQercl>kh<ii8i«g. It will be necessary to get their advertising CSarness ou and delve into the mystery as an a t. The country merchant ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 March 1913

Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. H. I ■ " Oral Bowded was down from Kiowa Monday. Geo. W. Lgng aotoed to Hig- gins Sundaylevening. The Kiowa-LaKemp Telephone Co. have now got their line com- plete\and have eighteen people on the line which takes in thirty miles of wire. Berlin Millhollou done some pretty good running last Satur- - day when he returned from Amarillo> it taking uine hours to make the run. Dr. J. T. Guthrie and family of Ochiltree, came down Friday afternoon in the Doctors' new Ford and visited Mr. and Mrs F. R Grissom and other friends. Owing to the se\ere sand storm last Sunday several of the town lolk did not attend the picnic at Baldwins' Grove, al- though those that were present reports having a g« od time. s W. H. Keffer, southwest of town, passed through here Sat urday afternoon enroute to P. B > Mill's rauch to Iook Tit some of his thorughhred cattle with thy intention of buving if ho seen jns*...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 March 1913

!glp^ EIM8. Hints To Business tulders. The man who pleases himself must furnish all the applause. The citizen who keeps hammer- ing away isn't necessarily a knocker- < ■* \ a The town which we are not ashamed to call home is worth boosting. If you would ride on the pros- perity bard wa^ou you should help p v v r the axle grease. "Seifi;-rniess is the curse of the world'' is as true when ap- plied a community as to an individual. Jim Hill whs right when he a&i 1: "Land without population is a wilderness, and population without land is a mob." Educatiou s everything. The peach was once a bitter almond; eaulflower is nothing but a cab- bago with a college education. Next to the local paper, the genial drummer is in a position to make or m*r a town. Always extend the glad hand to tne MKnighte of the Grip.'' Easter Hats Are Here All this season's crea- tions in Ladies' and Children's Tr i m med Hats —nitty* desinns-— swell shape*—j.ist . the thing for this summers wear. -Trettv, n...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 March 1913

'fp*& - - ^ SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, MARCH 27 191: 'ABOU# TOWN AND COUNTRY k '. m. rf: J. S. Bussard sold teams of mules Wednesday. J. N. Theisen is putting a cement floor * in his garage this week. Owing to the bad weather < mail driver, B. F. Evans came in fifteen minutes inte yesterday on the Higgins run Several of the town's people attended the Giison bale la->t Monday and quite a number <>t purchases were made. Frank Heller finished moving his shoe-cob bie and uaru<jss making outfit over to the Griseom liverj barn Weduesday. Read Shahan & Sons ad else- where in this issue. Another cold wave lauded in this viciuity Thursday and people who hurried into their* warm summer wraps hustled right into then* winter paraphernalia some- wliut q i tcfcer- vvecteaa.i ajr- morn- , jfoig. .NoitUwest ^ wind-, with hu t Harrys oi srow prevailed throughout the nighc, out i r. - up . jubout noon. The following guests register, d at Hotel ^jipscomb since last Thursday up to this...

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