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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 August 1914

* I ■_ . --J*,:-' ...' r -: • . £■■• - TOWN AND COUNTRY mi not wear shadow trousers season. P> J. Cessna autoed to Hig- gins Tuesday. Sheriff Millhollon was in Hig- gins on business Tuesday. M. G. Swan was in Tuesday from his ranch north of town. The Dove of Peace has been swallowed by the God of War. Judge P. B. Mills and Dr. Newland were in Higgins Tues- day. It is definitely settled that men will next Mrs. W. H. Parker is arrang- ing for a public s-ale at her ranch northwest of Lipscomb on Sep- tember 8th, 1914. This office is printing the sale bills, a copy of which will appear in next.weeks issue of Lime Light. Cashier *Geo. W. Long left last Sunday evening for a week trip of a business venture at Kansas Citv and also Oklahoma City. In his absence Assistant Cashier, Mrs. Ella Long and the Second Assist- ant, Tom Scott will handle the business at the Bank of Lips- comb until the "Old Man's re- turn. Elder Nance of Christian church of Hereford, will begin a revival meeting at ...

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 — 27 August 1914

igN iiM ■vi? ■*- ■* •• B. §i — say as SUPPLEMENT [PSCOMB LIME LIGHT I THURSDAY, S2r? lSaK?3& AUG. 27, 1914 ■ Calling to Us. In these days of wars- and. rumors of wars, when Europe is r drenched with rivers of blood, and the little brown man threat- ens the peace of our own conti- nent, "it is meet that we turu our thoughts at times to a house where nobler things are taught. While the peoples of other na- tions are answering to the call of the God of War, let us consider the teachings of jfche Prince of Peace. W When the labors of the week are ended and the day >f rest is at hand, let us spend an hour in the house o£ darkened windows, where sweet voices sing the prais- 5 > 68 pf the meek and lowly Naza- rine, who gave of his life's blood that we and others might be en- nobled by the fruits of his sacri- fice. While the day of rest is being profaned by other nations of the earth—while shot and shell are leaving the maimed and the dead and dying on the crimson field of carnag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 August 1914

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Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 September 1914

Bsljlsl Imm-., i -'- - • 8? m ir ! 'Kf ->:■ Hp> wgs££± jggj W -■*' ■■ £??•> Q rvi Pi Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, S3PT. 3, 1914. VOL 2 NO. 42 J Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Lipscomb County Has Many Good Ranches Hundreds Have "Made Good" From the Soil and t There is Room for Others...Why Then Look for Something Better than Here? Why the restless disposition to roam? Why should man mi- grate to one clime, remove to an- other and again return to the scenes of his first lov^? Why this discontaaeBt and u. ores tin 1 ner- vous eagerness for something bet- ter than you have? Travel the wide world over, is there a sun - nier clime than T ipscomb county situated in the northeastern Pan- handle or an evening filled with greater health-giving atmos- pheres of superb grandness where the moon beams glisten with an enchantment superior to the beauties of the Canadian "northern lights....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 September 1914

JOMB LIME LIGHT 3CRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 rshed on Thursday Morning of Each Week . A SKAGGS, Publisher jiiutered as second-class matter, Hovember 20, 1912, at the post- at Lipscomb, Texas, under kct of March B, 1879. In order to guarantee the publi- * i of foreign advertisements f be necessary to send either check or money order with Advertising rates 12£c per inch eolumn measure; front i 50c. Locals 5c per line. M Announcements. AND TAX COLLECTOR announce my candidacy subject to I of the people for re-election to ,the office of Sheriff and tax collector at tha *r 1— election 1914, B. L. Millhollon. hereby announce my candidacy for the lee of sheriff of Lipscomb county, subject the will of the voters at the election in jvetcber next. W. M, Sale, ggfegE: ; COUNTY JUDGE _reby announce my candidaey for re- on to the office of county judge, subject ■ will of the voters at the November tion. - P B Mills >y announce my candidacy for the df county judge, subject to the will of >ter8...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 September 1914

&m WsgniLi: Sm&f- .>r. | Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. L James Wolfe was in town Sat- urday. John Allen autoed ever from Higgins Saturdv. J. W. Douglas threshed liis wheat this week. A good rain fell in these parts last Friday and Saturday. Sam Hunter was in from his ranch southeast of town Monday. Dr. Aldrich, of Higgins, was in town profsessionally Monday. -G. S.Trottman, of Sand Creek, was a busy man in town Satur- day. C. E Akers was a business, visitor in town last Friday from his ranch northeast of here/ Chas. Chambers, of Shattuck, Okla, psssed througlTTiOwu, "on high" for the north couatry'Mon- day. Earl Baldwin returned from Des Moines, New Mexico, Mon- day where he has been for the past few months. Annual Colt Show at Lipscomb Saturday, Sept 19 at 2o'clock Everybody bring your colts.—W. P. Hill and J. B Turner. Alex Chapman left last Friday for the vicinity of Batesvill, Kan., where he will be abse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 September 1914

~' — )UT TOWN AND COUNTRY A treaty is a bunch of promises made to be broken. rue daily press is loaded to the N muzzle with war and John D. is rest. a The past week, Geo. Strauss,; an old time friend of the writer; ' and one among the most success- ful hog "buyers of Shattuck, , stopped it?to our den and ior a time upon the suc- and progress of Shattuck l "run through the bolster nery* at 18 karats fine, ge is "ace high" any old place one happens to find him and we are always pleased when he gives the countersign at our booth of inqusitiveness. He was en route to J. N. Barnes' up on the Flats north of Lipscomb and with no interference from "high centers" he anticipated reaching there before the rays of Old Sol quit flickering for the day. I To go^and return and go and return again and again seems to be^tfie system that predominates most prominently with citizens who once revel in the sublimity of the Panhandle sunlight and gorge themselves upon the health- ful atmospheres, which pre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 September 1914

m* m SUPPLEMENT I THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1914 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY The high cost of living is still high., Don't forget the Colt Show, Saturday, Sept. 19. Berlin Millholion was in Hig- I gins Saturday on business. Not a word about bumper crops this week. Tiie bumps are too numerous for compila- tion. England wants to place an order with the United States for $54,000,000 worth of hosiery each year. Steady, boys! This is an opportune time for the Uuited States to set a worthy example the rest Of the world by attending strietly to its own knit- W. W. Farmer of near Higgins an old friend of the Lime Light man and a Mr. Cotton were in town Monday shaking hands with their mapy friends and mingling in the business arena. Warden Miller, one of the jolly farmers, northeast of Lipscomb came to town last Saturday be- cause he wanted to and returned home in the evening when he got 'ready after, a few hours spent juggling with the war price ' chuck" proposition. L M. Bobo, left for Shadeland, Sund...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 September 1914

■Pi & ' PUBLIC SALE ON I'®- 8 Beginning at ten o'clock a. m., the following property will be sold at auction at the Parker ranch, sixteen miles northwest of Lipscomb: Consisting of 23 head of thoroughbred Hereford cows; 15 head of throughbred Hereford calves; 3 thoroughbred Hereford ipl!§p!i mm^ - r*; M-l :j 47 Head of Cattle yearling heifers; one 2-year-old Hereford bull; 3 grade cosvs; 2 grade calves. A number of these cattle are regis- tered, some choice milch cows in the herd. V ■ ■ v _ 39 HEAD HORSES AND MULES As follows: WORK STOCK—1 bay horse, fiye years old; 1 brown horse, seven years old, 1 span black mare mules, nine years old; 1 bay horse mule,sten years old; 1 team sorrel horse mules; 1 team of mares, five and six years old; 1 bay mare, 4 years old; 1 bay horse, twelve years old. STOCK HORSES—8 stock mares, four to 12 years old; 7 cofts; 1 iron-grey horse, 2 years old; 1 sorrel mare, 2 years old; 1 iron-grey mare, three years old; 1 iron-grey fillev, one year old; 2 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 September 1914

■:.jm gap n c? 3 . ^ll . nl W ^1 I i mSi\ Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 10, 1914. VOL 2 NO. 43 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County New Country Residence On Land Four Miles North of Lipscomb....22x26 With an Addition 10x14 Besides Barn and Other Improvements Under Way. Still oil the build, that's what ftnd the war is not interfer- ring with its' progress in-this * neighborhood. J. H/'Ullrich, of Macomb, 111., is the man behind ''the gun" this time, he having arrived-from the East on the 3d of the month—the <Jaythat Lime Light had "done went" to press -—and loaded up wagons with lumber purchased at our sister town Glazier for the purpose of putting up a story and a half bousa 22x26 with a 10x14 addition , on the side, wnich all together will make six rooms of comfort- able s&e besides erecting a barn 28x32x14 on his two section farm four miles north of here. Work liii on the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 September 1914

IME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published dn Thursdays Morning of Each Week I . ' • 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. J In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with cop y. ; ^ Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front 50c. Locals 5c per line. SHERIFF AND TAX COLLECTOR Announcements. i x. ^ereby announce my candidacy subject to the will of the people for re-election^to the office of Sheriff and tax collector aV tha November election 1914, B. l.Millhollon. I hereby announce my candidacy for the >ffice of sheriff of Lipscomb county, subject io the will of the voters at the election in November next. W. M, Hale, mSm. FOR COUNTY JUDGE lly--:V.I ... • I hereby announce my candidacy for re- election to the-office of county judge, subject to the will of the voter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 September 1914

mBS&M * '- . .>:'.;' J :• • jS^-v" ., F ^ • - .J «*r *■. . > Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. 1 1 f H. S Mnggs was in town this morning. j We have postponed our sum- mer tour to Europe. Morris McKee was in Tuesday evening figuring on "chuck." W. A. Bradney was in fron> east of town with a load of freight yesterday morning. "Pnnch" Frass came in from Kansas City, the first of the week, and will visit in these parts for a while. H. 8. Breeu autoed up from Shadeland this morning and at- tended to some business in the <>ld burg. When you hear a man Contin- ually sneering, at the h<une paper its a saf j bet that he owes the editor a dollar. Alex Chapman returned, the first of the week, from Kansas where be has been for the past ten days attending to some cattlb business. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Minton ape enjoying a visit this week. From Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Minton father and mother of oar esteemed druggist. T....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 September 1914

ut town and country V; Y • ri W. P. Hill Mas in from Sand Monday. Pearl Boyd, of Higgins, was in yesterday. Com© to the Colt Show, Satur- , Sept, 19. W. H. Bates was in from his southwest of town Monday. Alex Barton came in from his ,nch west of town yesterday was a sociable mixer - * tion at the Parker W. H. Sewell and frank Latti- mer, of Higgins, were in attend- ance at the Parker Sale Tuesday. W. E..^erydith and daughter, Miss Eose of Valley Park, were town last Friday and Satur- Miss Belta Allen came over m Higgins yesterday and visit- with her many Lipscomb te^ds. I)r. J.' T. Guthrie, of Ochiltree, in the ag- sale iday. Don't forget the Colt Show, Saturday, Sept. 19. Tom Scott arrived in town ^ Monday morning and erected the quill behind his right ear at the Bank of Lipsomb. Annual polt Show at Lipscomb _atmrday^8ept. 19 at 2|o'clock. Everybody bring your colts.—W. P Hill and J B Turner. ashier Geo. W. Long, of the k of Lipscomb purchased 15 lead of tharoughbred cows -and salv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 September 1914

ESH5 „ - „ • - iiV1gS''-T~ SSI fee SUPPLEMENT MftHi LIPSCOMB UME LIGHT T THURSD AY, SEPT. 10, 1914 ■H ISSfe ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Don't forget tha Colt Show, Saturday, Sept. 19. Ukmes Wolfe was a busy man in our town Monday. Chance Shahan left for Glazier • • v , with a load of wheat yesterday. Geo. Craig was in from his place west of town Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Tobe Wheat and Miss Linnie Howlett returned last Friday evening from a four days stay in St. Joe, and Kana- 1 sas City, Mo. i . • ' Do not forget that Elder Nance will begin a series of meetings tomorrow evening at the Union church and' will talk from a Chris- tian point of 7iew. D.-E. Wentz, of Ochiltree, is glad to mention that he is still buy hoe's and lling to pay the t<?{£ price. * Write otophone Ochiltreo. 2t A Connecticut couple for tfventy years have abstained from Notice To Tresspassers All persons are hereby notified that hunting, fishing- and tress- passing is forbidden upon my premises. 73 9t Mrs. Celi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 September 1914

IIP 7?-. " - Cfe; ggf_r ■II s • Ills w IStss IB 181 mmi i r?t> iSII ■Kpi * ilifl WM • • hRi i>- - '-*■■ '^Ssf^cSg Hi ife£vl s .V~>, - J & '*" i* SJsfef's- SALE I will sell at my place at Public Auction, eight miles north of Lipscomb, nine miles east and 3 1=2 > x miles south of View Point School House, on Tuesday, Sept. 15 THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY, TO-WIT: Horses and Mules m One span 4-year old mules; one bay horse, 6 years old. One two-row Monitor; two 10-inch gang plows; one 14-inch walking plow; one 6-inch walking plow; two sod walking plows; 1 double shovel plow; 1 riding cultivator; 1 garden plow; 2 disk^harrows; 1 two-section harrow; 1 two-row planter; 1 one-row planter; 1 drill; 1 broadcast binder; 1 track wagon and Haj rack; 1 wagon box; 1 Kafir corn header; 1 600-pound scales; 1 corn sheller; 1 iron wheel-barrow, 1 No. 6 scraper; two set tug harness; 4 set of chain harness. One Dozen Thoroughbred Wyndotte Chickens. * One bed room set, mattress and springs; 2 i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 September 1914

■SKI 111 m m RlS® f.^%: ■-.x: I si?S Bills B*g$§pS3$i! SiK)^ ^BKSiig1-' IBsf^: NUSi §113111 ...; ; ■B5rcs£r3 •":V> >7. '"'•■J 5® n n 3 D Herald "Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT 17, 1914. VOL 2 NO. 44 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to .the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Morning An able Corps of Instructors Take Hold the Educa- tional Reins....Good Attendance Enrolled... Better School for Lipscomb is Idea. SKI £# I KH ■ma. Monday morning the school bell sounded the first note which refreshed the "kiddies" memory of "something doing" amidst the intricate problems of arithmetic and algebra besides abundance of plain old spelling, reading and that "awful"" gramjpaar with its rhetoric accompaniment enliven- ed by the usual "dashes" of CJ. S. and ancient history. x It was a morning of hustle and bustle hunting up books and other paraphernailia suitable far another eight or nine months siege of brain-racking and patience-tryi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 September 1914

m ■ ' ' ~ %v: tIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 m Published on Thurs^ly Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, -November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under tiie Act of - ips Mi arch 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 2 column measure; front age 50c. Locals 5c per line. Announcements. SHERIFF AND TAX COLLECTOR ~ I hereby announce my candidacy subject to the will of the people for re-eilection to the Office of Sheriff and tax collector at tha November election 1914, B. L. Millhollon. ■Hit s I hereby announce my candidacy for the office of sheriff of Lipscomb county, subject to the will of the voters at the election in November next. W. M, Hale, FOR COUNTY JUDGE ISPS I hereby announce my candidacy for re- election to the office of county j udge, sub j ect to the will o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 September 1914

IS .<-- - ~: - o :- ~\ : Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. ■ '' r' wm S" ; '■ last T O. Paine was in town Friday. j '•Dick" Hum, of Higgins, was in town Monday. N. H. Baldwin and W P. Hill were in town Friday. Earl Douglas was in f^om the farm Tuesday morning. Ralph Sibley strained his back Monday while pitching wheat. W. R. Hijl was in from his place nortif of town last Friday. P. R. Wheatlv was a busy man in town from Fifth Creek Satur- day. "Cap" Kelloy was in Tuesday morning from the ranch west of town. "Bob" McDonald was in from the tanch Friday evening a short time, v Geo. Tubb was in from south- west of town transacting business Friday. ** • Mrs. J. M. McDonald was in from northwest of town shopping Taesday. Several of Lipscomb's people attended the H. S. Muggs sale last Tuesday. ' ) John Trueblood was in fr^m his ranch southeast of town trad- ing Monday evening. W. J. Cessna was in Higgins Monday afternoon calli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 September 1914

ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY m. Come to the Colt Show, Satur- day, Serpt. 19. Jim Griffith was in from tbe Skunk Creek neighborhood Tues- day. J. T. Glasgow drove into town Tuesday from north of town and all business for a while Last Saturday afte r n o o n Cashier Geo W. Long and T. A. Lemaster left for Kansas City on business. Annual Colt Show^at Lipscomb Saturday, Sept. 19 at 2 o'clock. Everybody bring your colts.—W. P Hill and J B Turner. The GreafDemonstration—8vo volume, handsomely bound be tween 500 and 600 pages with many charts and diagrams. Henry Altmiller, of Fifth Creek, was in from Fifth Creek terday hustling around like he a "heep" of. business on a s© E. F Elley is yet this week continuing work on his place with the assistance of John Edgar. They are erecting a porch on the ith end of the house. The past two weeks while the wheat was ranging between 95c and a $1.00 farmers kept the "high line" busy with grain go- ing" to the railroad. % For all kinds of monuments,ail marble...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 September 1914

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT " THUBSDAY, SEPT. 17, 1914 ■1%. ., « : Notice To Tresspassers All persons are hereby notified that hunting, fishing and tress- passing is forbidden upon my premises. 73 9t Mrs. Celia Barton. Human Vultures. From all over the land comes a mighty protest against the high price of foodstuffs. The natiojal government, state authorities and municipalities are seeking the cause, but with- out appreciable result. The government says it is not the fault of the retailer, and un- questionably the government is right. But there the govern- ment rests. And when the federal govern- ment, with all the power and re- sources at its comand, cannot solve the problem or check the robbery it is time for the humble citizen to pause and thiuk. The time may even come when it will become necessary for him to act. And that action should take the course of devising some method whereby the foodstuffs may travel from the producer to the consumer without passing thru too many hand...

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