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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 5 November 1914

■ 1 ■ c =%t-te r\^r JOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY The customary pranks of Hol- j'en were practiced iu our old last Saturday evening. Juggles and wagons were left horseless in the street, autos and oil barrels blocked the highways The "whole mess" looked like an old time Hollowe'en with one exception and that was the break- ing of three big window glasses <>ut of the Bobo barber shop. To a passing observer would seem a little too strong for a prauk of the traditional Hollowe'en type, and durned if Lime Light doesn't believe it is clear out of line to be called a joke. Defacing and destroying property insome places makes one hard to catch. Boys dojng Hollowe'en stunts should be more cautious about destruc- tion of property. As the strife and turmoil of a vigorous campaign has justpassed and things in general have re- sumed their quiet routine of activitie3, is it not a good time for the big hearted and home loving citizen to cast their eye toward the homeless widow and the orphaned chil...

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 — 5 November 1914

- - v" SUPPLEMENT v ISOV. BSDAY, LOCAL OVERFLOW. mm One of the most pleasent events the season was a Hollowe'en the home of Mr. and The girls were sisted by Mrs. Jessie Mehlhop and Mrs. F. L. Parks, Mrs. Maud HBSgP rs. W. £. Hill. Paine, guests decorated Mrs. Ed. Vaughn. Thu of Homer were Misses Bertha, Mable and Mr. Cecil ontgomery, of Shattuek, Okla,. Iss Clerie Abney aDd Mr. Her- mon Holms, of Higgins. Texas, grounds were brilliantly ted with Jack-o'lanterns and hostly figures. The rooms wer e with candles and nese lanterns and streamers black and yellow crepe paper, e guests began to assemble at 8:30 and were met at the gate by little "Gnoms" who escorted to the door where they were it by a "witch!' ifter taking "Vow" they met a ghost at e cloak room where they were "Hoodoo boxes'* and es" then they_^were into another room where jrere met b y another "Witch" who had them talk to pints'' after which they showen into the parlor ^ where thaju had music till the guests were all asse...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 5 November 1914

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Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 November 1914

liflf m m ' B1 • '■: i ."■*. •1 I 1, tfillSs ' ../ mi Jx-j, 67 , dOi, 3 5 Mr I Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 12, 1914. VOL 2 NO. 52 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County #1 I® pp Lipscomb Has Some Building On The do COMMUNITY CLUB VISITS THE SCHOOL. m New Houses...New Barnes...New Store Houses ancj Other Smaller Building on the Move...Car= penters All on Full Time Here. 1 we shouM < Wbat a spurt, well worry, our old town is sure com ing out of a long qaiet slumber fs there a noise reviberating through the avenues of our burg? Is there a rattle and boom-te- boom of hammer and boards, the ripping of the saw and swish- wash of tie brick-masons trowl or the flip-flop of the cement workers shovel and pail? Oh, y®3, and plum full of bustle and bustle, too. The town lias went clean to the carpenter and plasterer." When we take a look through our binoc- ulais \se behold the store house of ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 November 1914

msm ir mm u •=f ' m 1MB LIE LIGHT JBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 iblished on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher - Entered as second-class matter, JFovember 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. H; In order to guarantee the publi- i-~ cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with 3py£V k - Advertising rates 12£c per inch lingle column measure; . front )age 50c. Locals 5c per line. The Memory of a Child. Sow many of us ever stop to consider that a child forms last- ing impressions from the little things of life and its associations with its elders? How many of us pause to reflect that the infan-' tile brain is constantly reaching out for that knowledge which is to make or mar its future? What are we doing to encourage right inking in the minds of the little ones in our own midst, who in -time will shape the destiny of our community? How many of us, absorbed in weightier ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 November 1914

Hagivr; Ktsi= Stevens was -^W. >->y ->>: \.jL-.~rz-£z3m W%: Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. tk-£ lllSi from southeast of town trading Mon- "A - - rv.T* ' ' \\- ' ' ' day. Spiers was iu from south- west of towD last Saturday trad- ing- James Wolfe was among the busy people trading in town Mon- day. Alex Barton and Albert Min- ton were Higgins visitors Mon- day. V C. D. Hill passed through town this morning for Higgins with I"■-•i ' * ' wheat. Walter Tandy aud several other Glazierites were in town on business Monday. Wm Rabe and P. R Wbeatlv drove through to Higgins with wheat last Monday. T. O. Payne was4n from the upper Sand Creek country Mon- day gathering in a littld ' 'cimck.'' W. C. Clark, of Shadeland, came up last night for a day or two's visit with M. L. Bobo and family. f **•- A. C. Sbahan=*caw^^pfc'om Grand, Okla., last Monday eve- ning and isputtiug in a few days visiting with friends and relatives...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 November 1914

§' ". | 3^|g| i ii.V TOWN AND COUNTRY ?or the benefit of-telephone users theC. H.McKee Telephone )., hand in the following extract from War Tax Bill which became a law October 22, 1914 and is ap- plied taftelegraph ani telephone messages: <cIt shall be the duty, (on and after December 1, 1914), of every person, firm, or corpo- ration owning,operating any tele- graph or telephone line or lines to make withiti thirty days after the expiration of each month a vorn statement to the collector of internal revenue in each of their respective districts, stating the number of dispatches, mes- sages, or conversations originated at each of their respective ex- changes, toll stations, or offices, and transmitted thence over their lines during the preceding month for which a charge of 15 cents or more was imposed, and for each of such messages or conversations the said person, firm, or corpora- tion shall collect from the person paying for the message or con- versation a tax of 1 cent in addi...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 November 1914

►PLEMENT ibUBlig THURSDAY, LET US j&jkKE THrS A#OD LOOKING TOWN — .T .1 lan who reads this woman, too—would or her business, the next%>urMe or she has, to look see how tlpy gcj^^^e fBd up t look bettefl it^BWP tH a gr^it thing for this wwn. it mignt not indu s people toxdo more than rake tp the sticks that* lying aroi id. That woul" great he > alone. But maybe while rak g up the loose leaves you woul< find^#Mfe«is a loos* board or i brlddfc ipllq®® th fence, tha the corner of the porch has sagge< or that the front steps need a ne plank in them. And, as yon w aid .want to make a • IlfiSwiiife previously selected. In other Words, has gone and got an other Well, , {^on't cry. TherJi %aSon and besides it J^e powder. Honey boy spent about four hits a week on you. Here's a dollar a week to take its place. Every time he called he cleaned out the refrig- ."f^iat&f's Jfoi^f^moffcer? fee tha|; y.ouivbrothers/ do J#;is in the ftilSr-6. * ne" "§epfc*' yolt "trj ^ IP nights. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 12 November 1914

mm \ I will offer for sale at Public Auction at the Dr. J. T. Guthrie place in Lipscomb, Texas, on The Following Described Property, To-Wit: HORSES AND §§ll * ;\C One bay horse, 9 years old, weight about 1100-pounds; two brown horses, 3 years old, weight about 1000- i; one bay mole, 3 years old, weight about 1000-pounds; two coming 2 year old mules; one black mare, weight 1100-pounds, ten years old; one bay mare, 10 years old, weight about 1100-pounds; 1 bay mare, fire years oid, weight 1100 pounds; one suckling mule colt; one span of mules, 6 years old, weight 1000-pounds each. One McCortnick grain binder; 3 cultivators; 1 riding sulky plow; I breaking plows, walking; 2 wagons; 1 buggy; 3 sets of harness and many other implements not mentioned. MB •--"v. 5 Consisting of Dressers, Bedsteads, Bosking and Diniuj; Chairs, Tables, Bugs in good shape. * - Sale tg Begin at 10 o'Clock, a. m....Free Lunch at Noon. .. M* m pi SI 'OftnC All sums under $io cash; all sums over V.I ;I.l 1*3 amou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 November 1914

i i^dgS , m I En^il "''; -i\ ■ "■ . 'w-.;y. i'9 . i- • ft' r j - / ■ ■: >: r, H«r ld-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. .19, 1914. VOL 3 NX). 1 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County ew County Officers Busy On The Job Today the Old Boys Turn Responsibilities of the County's Affairs Over to New Selection.... Nothing Slow About New Members. ■Blip tJSSlil ■Pf! Today—this morning was the beginning of a new era in county legislation—the new officers elect qualified and took their oath of office on the perpendicular with tbe exception of the office of County Ju ;ge. W. H. Sewell for unavoidable reasons did not put in an appearance, but neverthe- less the gam,e went on in a har- monions way. W. M. Hale, sheriff and tax collector; Pearl Boyd, District and county clerk; Jasper Millhollon, county treasu rer; W. L. Owen, county and state assessor; Goanty Oommis sioners, Dist. 1, John W. Doug- las; Dist. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 November 1914

IssSfe LIMELIGHT tIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 lished on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as Novem nd-class matter, 12, at -the post- ; under arch 3, 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 single column measurej^front f)age 50c. Locals 5c per line. The Old-Fashioned Mothers. Thank God some of us have an old-fashioned mother. Not a woman of the period, painted and enambled, with all her society manners and fine dresses, white jeweled hands that never felt the clasp of baby fingers, but a dear, old-fashioned mother with a sweet voice, eyes into whose clear depth the love light shone, and brown hair just threaded with silver, lying smooth upon her faded cheek Hands, worn with toil, gently guided our steps in I childhood and smoothed our cheeks in sickness, ever reaching out to us in yearning tenderness. Blessed is the memory of an old...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 November 1914

\ Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. it Mi Phil Scott, drove to Higgins Saturday. James Wolfe wasin town Mon- day on business. Mrs. H. H. Hurl hey is visiting in Higgins this week. The J. S. Bussard threshing machine is out doing time in the kafir field. Win. Hale, sheriff-elect, of Higgins, was in town Tuesday taking a birds-eye< view of the town. A. 0. Shahan returned to the ranch near Grand, Okla., after a thres days visit in these "'dig- gins" with friends and relatives. J. A. Black's sale last Saturday was well attended and everything sold at a good price. Auctioneer Hill was the "main squeese" at the hammer. Albert Miutou of^fe Lipscomb rV •' Drug Co., has been busying him- self the past two weeks assisting Sheriff Mill hoilou get ready to check out. This weather—its that kind whicb creates a stir iu the coal department—-another iu the ward- robe for an overcoat or s >me other wrap. Gee, but the frost has J come and the way mau "whips...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 November 1914

: .jffPlii mam >WN AND COUNTRY a little more for Lip- "Beb" McDonald came in from KSSaf'5- - - L-- «f northwest of town yesterday m<'~' afternoon. .H. H. Hurlhgy and his side partner, H * the black > • mm tarred Thayer, P. Hill was in . from Sand ireek yesterday swapping funny stories with the good people in town. ; " . Etefesr'. P. R. Wheatly and C. D. Hill passed through town this morn- ing en route to Higgins with wheat. \ r. and Mrs J. B. Turner, of Creek, passed through yesterday for Higgles they will do some shop- g before they return. Mrs: 0 H. McK.ee returned Sunday evening from Laverne where they were on a couple of days visit with their daughter, Mrs C. H. JBellah. While the young folks in the East tango to church and back again, tango to 'school and two- step to bed, one-step to break- fast and tan^o tango from early morn' till late at night Lipscomb daddies and grand-daddies beat 'em to it by a bet and Ford it to ireh, to Glazier and Higgius to Ochiltree the sam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 November 1914

- • ..... ;j^.: m:r - mm %■-■:■■ SUPPLEMENT 1MB LIVE LIGHT raUKSDAY, __ tiOY. 19, 1914 MIXED PARAGRAPHS iyers was in title glp£?l |.v- ilfe- BS from south- town yesterday doing a "chuck" purchasing. N. H. Baldwin, one of Lips- comb county's popular farmers and stock raisers living south west of town was a familiar look- ing party to be seen on our streets this morning. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bobo left yesterday morning for a days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram of Shadeland, and to at- tend the funeral of "Bob" Gard, old iipscomb county boy yesterday. The (pockett Cittle Company recently organized at PJainview with a paid up capital of 160,000 will specialize in raising high class Hereford cattle aud Tain- worth hogs. Other good breeds of livestock will also be raised. The death of "Bob ' Gard, age 38 years, of Shadeland, Wednes- day morning at 1 o'clock was a great surprise to tne people of this neighborhood. Cause of his demise was from eating canmd salmon Monday evening which e him qui...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 19 November 1914

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 November 1914

sans n ; Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COCJNTT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOT. 26, 1914. . VOL 3 NO. 2 Official Paper of Lipscomb Connty Texas—Devoted to thd Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County i cial School Legislation Needed In The Panhandle PPS & To Promote and Maintaine More Efficent Service in Rural and Common Town Schools...The Present System Unsatisfactory. m. lite Dream ye dreamers until the where through its domain get time comes when all is at their heads together and devise vonr very door! Dream of the ways and means for better and day when the magnificent mixture more efficient school legislation, of the rainbow's radient colors In ? Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kan- will be bars of gold, 6mrald, 8as, Iowa and other states there ruby and pearl pura; dream of i8 a suitable system of taxation Lipscomb b^ing a metropolis of that Will provide for an eight and several thousand population with nine months term and many of ita grand operas, superb churches the other states—n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 November 1914

X- > . ;■>: iOKB LIKE LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week PJr-ssl' ~ r r\ ■' ) i - ^ ' — * —- C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- ce at Lipscomb, Texas, under Act Of March 3, 1879. order to guarantee the publi- _ ion of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. — Advertising rates 12£c per inch column measure; front 50c. Locals 5c per line. Of Course, Why Not? "Will good times ever return?" inquired a pessimist in speculat- ing on his Chaistmas expendi- tures. Of course they will! Why not? Here's the why of the will: 1. There is just as much money in the cauntry now as there ever was. • 2,. The farmers have just har- vested one of the biggest crops in history and are selling at good prices. 3 Federal reserve banks have been opened and millions of dol- lars of new money will be placed at the disposal of the banks of the country. 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 November 1914

3|t!j£RHK mm Town and Country Notes =V^_ ; - -f ^ "" III I I Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Sam Hunter was in from south- sfc of town Friday. G. S. Trotman was a business visitor in the. town Saturday. m&i Alex Chapman was a business in the burg Saturday from yr^st of town. rMiss Belta Allen was over from ins visiting her lady friends Saturday. Chance Shahan and family mov- ed into their new house in north- east Lipscomb Saturday. Miss Mildred Keffer an1 Nel- Gaseman were in shopping from Southwest of town Saturday. We feel just a little peeved at the government for overlooking us in its income tax assessment. 4 Lester Simpson came in from west of town Saturday and busi- " pd'himself shaking hands with his many friends. Win. Rabe„P. R Wheatly and ry Altmiller were in from Creek Monday and Tuesday doing the jury stunt, N. IL Baldwin was among the farmers and stock raisers from sonthwest of town that was ming- ling in business circlos here ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 November 1914

m:m US = mm TOWN AND COUNTRY H. H. Hurlhey went to Jliggins Tuesday evening. Born—To M.r. and Mrs. J. D. Mardock, at their home north- west of town on Monday Nov. 23. A girl. District court convened here Monday,. Tuesday and Wednes- day with District Judge Greever on the bench. Mrs. J. A. Black went to Hig- gins Tuesday evening to lend a hand towaVd her niece's, recovery Miss Jessie Tagger t. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Grissom returned, the first of the week, from an extended trip, through the southern part of the state. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis, liv- ing west of town, wish to thank the party or parties for their liberal donation last Sunday evening. The young people are gather- ing in to participate in the grand Thanksgiving ball that will be given at the I. O. O. F. Hall this evening. Tha t dollar you are carrying around in your pocket would buy 52 issues of this paper, and those St- issues would contain about $100 worth of brain balm. Wise tip. Hiram Clark, of Shadeland, was in town sever...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 November 1914

laSy- :■ SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, !NOV. 26, 1914 MIXED PARAGRAPHS T. J. Reasoner was in town yesterday. Indiana has produced a freak of a man who has never asked for a federal job. Head of class! One European grave is six feet wide, six miles long and contains corpses. And the danne 38 on! In Switzerland a womzm miner digs for wealth in the ground. Over here she digs into her hus- band's pockets. The cott >n holding plan of the Texas Bankers' Association was placed on a permanent basis at a meeting at Dallas last week when Uie movement was officially en- dorsed by officials of the Texas Farmer's Union. This union on the part of the growers of cotton and the men who finance the crop, i6 considered by conservative business men as the most encour- aging step in the cotton holding movement and it is believed that the culmination of the plan in bringing together these two forc- es will have an. immediate effect of restosieg the cotton situation to a normal basis. Sate The Big Dog Gets the...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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