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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 March 1913

ilifl ua\i i.. f- /fV f-f .t ' ! wmmgzg 2sgP aH Having sold my farm, I will sell at Public Auction, at mv place 2 miles east and one-half mile south f Lipscomb, on Wednesday, April 2 The following described property, to-wit: Horses and Mules Arg&sz St mule, 7 years old, weight looo-pounds; one mule, 4 years old, weight poo-pounds; eight mules 1 year old; one mare, 6 years old, in foal to jack; one yearling jack, a good one. Gala way Cattle bull; 1 Jersey cqw; 3 two- year-old heifers will have calves soon; 3 cows; 2 calves. Some of the cdws have calves by their side.- I Three wagons, one buggy, one corn shelter, one blacksmith outfit, one gang plow John Deere, one walking plow, one riding attachment, two sod plows, one disc cultivator, one 5-tooth cultivator, one bob sled, three sets of harness, one corn binder, one 3-section harrow, a lot of tools of dif- ferent kinds, one mowing machine and hay rake. Three hundred bushels maize, about 2ooo bundles kaffir and maize, one concrete...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 April 1913

\ HM""- p- Jp^i- JLH-.WT.-r lira Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3,1913. VOL 1 NO. 20 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County New Lumber, New Buildings Here Frank Heller After Some Consideration Pulls of Building "Stunt" of HisOwn«E. S. Altmil- ler Got Contract and Began to Saw. Even at this season of the year, which is considered the dull period, owing to the tiller of the soil getting busy with hie spring work Lipscomb is assum- ing a rather brisk aud hustling appearance. DuriDg ~ the past week Fiank Heller, an old timer and thrifty personage of our town has consented to invest more in Lipscomb real estate and con- sequently the erection of a new building is the result. It will be when complete, a gyeat addition to the end of town where the Lime Light office is situated, its pro- portions when finished will be 96x120 by 110 high and* to be used as a shoe cobbler and harness oiling depa...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 April 1913

SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of 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- cation of foreign advertisements ijt will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. ' Advertising rates 12£c per inch single coltfmn measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line,, waste in truck farming. Where roads are bad. the farmers fre- quently find it impossible to get their products to the shipping points and thus perishable pro- ducts are wasted perceptibly in- creasing the cost of liviog. In the five years preceding March 1912.the office of Public Rqads of the Department of Agriculture has built 215 * object lesson roads; in all, about 300 miles of roads fifteen feet wide, and by expert advice aid4d in the' formu- lation of more than 650 modle country road systems, resulting in most instances in benefic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 April 1913

Safe*1 ill STf#. El Town and Country Notes . Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit ,the Minds of Busy Readers. •- Sj . WSM": fg&k-: ■ IpSf; gc, > ■ ..life-: I mc * " U i H: g ■ Sg® if®! WW i is hip fet" ^Dr. C. A. New]and went to Higgins yesterday. C H. Lockhart, of Higgins, is in town this morning. W. E. Me ry dUli was down from Yally Park yesterday. •}' W. C. Clark, of Shadeland, was in town Tuesday evening on business. ^ V"' : J ' ' . V • A. P. " Kline, of LaKemp, Ok la., was in town Monday for a short time. , Dr. J. T. Guthrie and family were down from Ochiltree, yester- day attending :he Zimmerman sale. ■ J. N. Theiseu and son, Will, autoed to Arnett, Okla, yesterday afternoon, returning home the morning., ' V Mrs. liable TlTra.lki^, of Hig- gins came over Monday evening to visit a few days with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 8. Bussard. McGregor's resolution regard- ing the investigation of the At- torney General's Department is scheduled disposed of, during the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 April 1913

Fattening- Cattle In The Panhandle. . More fat cattle have come out ■ of the Panhandle this winter than ever before, and of course they have sold at record prices. Charles Heck, of Tulia, had a shipment in Kansas City, March 18th, which included 18 yearling. 671 pounds each, at $8 40, and 9 cows,1013 pounds average, $7.00 per hunderd pounds.; On March ,27th M. L. Steel, of Oroom, sold 100 head of 1225 pound steers in Kansas City, at $8.25 per hund- red pounds. Increase in cattle feeding in the Panhandle has been rapid since the introduction of the silo, which permits ofstor- < ing crops and thus getting every ounce of ienefit from them nearly half of which feeding value was formerly dissipated to the winds. Mr. Steel", whose shipment is referred to here, erected a 300 ton capacity silo last year, whicfe he fiilled with Kaffir corn. He fed steers men- tioned for 100 days, giving them 40 pounds of silage and 4 pounds of cottonseed meal, and a little ground milo maize, per day. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 April 1913

v:_ SUPPLEMENT THURSDAY, f% ======== APRIL 3. 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY F. R. Grissom wen t to Higgins Tuesday. Wm Rabe was in from north- west of town Monday. Hank Bus8ard drove to Sliat- tuok Monday morning after freight. M Speyers, one of Lipscomb county's good farmers was town trading Tuesday. spared to make it one of the plesantest affair^ of the April Fool type in this section. And even in the quiet of the djay with the little sunbeams 'dancing 'round, the northwest breezes lulled into the bygons of the past and glad tidings of "good old summer time" herald- ed from hill to hill, intruders invade the editors' dingy den when he is out. Last Sunday mid-afternoon while yours in W. H. Parker was dishing out good cheer at , the Lipscomb Drug Co.'s store Saturday. • * i v; ^ / Landlord Gunn, of Higgins, came in to town Tuesday morn- ing with a load of drummer boys. John Lundstrum, of Shattuck, Okla., .w^j a very pleasant caller at the Lime Light office Monday evening. Albert Minto...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 April 1913

IR7I Mrtto (S/urs c Quarterly Report Of the. Assets, Expenditures and Indebtedness of Lipscomb county, Texas, forsthe Quarter ending 31st day of January A. D., 1913. • i ' 1 JURY FUND, 1st Class To the amount in ban4s of Treas begining of Quar. ,f $546.40 To amount Received duiing Quarter, 18.50 By Amount Overpaid To Amount trausferred from other funds By Amount Paid out during Quarter, Exhibit "A," 278.75 By Ain't per ct. Commission on Am't rec'd, " " " paid out, Amount to Balance 286.15 > 564.90 564 90 Balance 286.15 ROAD AND BRIDGE FUND 2nd CLASS. Balance last Quarter Amount in hands of Treas.. begining of Quarter, 4670.17 To Amount Received during Quarter, 3735 *21 To Am: t transferred from other funds, By Amount paid out, during Quarter Ex. "B" By Am't per ct Commission on Am't rec'd " paid out, Amount to Balance, 4449.^6 3956.02 8405.38 8405.38 r ■ ? Balancc 3956.02 GENERAL COUNTY FUND 3rd Class. Balance last quarter $ To Amount in hands of Treas., beginning of Quarter 2340...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 April 1913

Jplllr^pS T.r- • . ' ... •'" • «'i: "sfaj ■p ■.-•;- j v • '-v. spftsv Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB 'COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 21 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb'and Lipscomb County Rain Visits This Section A General Downpour That Prevailed for Nearly Five . Hours has Turned Scowls Into Smiles=== r ' Bountiful Wheat Yields Assured. A Lesson in City Building L Tuesday morning early tins section was visited by a gener ms '■ i m downpour of rain, the first since' last Septmber, pools of water were yet numerous at mid-day, ~fche value to agricultural districts j ib hard fo estimate as it will j reach into the thousands, coming i at this time when the earth j was needing moisture more than j any other time during the sea-1 son. Farmers have been held up j for a couple of weeks past on sod ; plowing and in a great many | places with thier regular spring j plowing but with the timely arrival of this generous s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 April 1913

. m SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published,on Thursday Morning of 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- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. varnish. The plans are to have the, rostrom raised and extended and crapets for the floor in 'the near future, also a new piano soon. Then a sanitary drinking fountain for the school and jumping poles and things for the play grounds, to beautify the school yard and in fact help make a "City Beautiful" of our town. Any movement to boost Lip- scomb will find the Womans Club lined up ready to help. City Building Notes. / Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure;* front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Booster Club Meets >■ f - The Womans Booster Club met with Mrs. Parker Thursday after- noon. After a short business ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 April 1913

■ ■hi Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. J. B. Turner drove in from Fifth Creek yesterda, W. P. Hill was igj trading } esterday from the Sand Creek country. T. O. Payne was in Saturday trading and shaking hands with his many friends. W. E. Meryditn, was down from Valley Park several days this week "pesticatin" around in business circles. , HankBussard had his house- moving paraphernal lfii out Tues day and raised and planted Tube v Wheat's modern chicken coop on another pla' of ground. The Union church since hav- ing its ceiling papered is beinn- ing to look real swelf and when complete with the side walls on will be just about the nicest church in town. ? Dick Nail, of Higgins, was in town Tuesday evening shaking hands with his many friends besides chatting about the old times away back yonder in the long horn days compa. e 1 w.th the present. Last Friday evening Donald Blackshive and Phil Scott pulled off a very pleasant ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 April 1913

• -tosS# • y -- v^ipi lllpv ■ • : v *-/- Stillwater Sittings. Miss Lottie Hennemh is ivisit- *5^, O ing Mvs. Geo. Lash, this week. George Lash is visiting with friends and - this week. relatives in Kansas v Mr. and Mrs. Freeman of Attica, Kan., are visiting their sou, W. R. Freeman of this place. Mrs. H.F. Russell and Misses Ollie and Hazel Russel were shopping in Ivanhce Saturday. The school election held at New Home^ Saturday, resulted in the election of F. H. Russell and N. P. Freeman as trustees. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Russell aud daughter, Hazel, were caHing^on Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haines, Sunday. The Walker School, taught by Miss Ollie 'Russell aud Jones SchoQi, by Mies Ruth Freeman, closed Friday. W. H. Gross, of Plainview, was prrtting up lightning rods in this section, this week, Mr. Mott, of Shattuck, delivered a piano, each, to Fred and Mr. Gigger this week. The following officers , were chosen at the organization of the New Home Sunday, School, Sunday: Mr. Haines, superinten- de...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 April 1913

' - SUPPLEMENT THUESDAY, APRIL 10 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Last Saturday afternoon school election went off rather quiet, Geo. W. Long and E. S. Aitmil- ler were winnersJby big majority. This week we have the pleasure of calling our readers attention to ihe new ad of Thelm'a Sutton on another page of this issue aud also the change ol the Lipscomb Drug Companys. ad elswhere. These people, though not the largest are persistent advertisers and are reaping the benefits of space in Lime Light that more thorughly covers the northern and northeastern part of Lip- scomb county than any other paper entering the field. i | While the southern part of the state is investing thousands of good "kail seed" every year for permanent and sul stantial wagon roads, why not Lipscomb county, one of the best and most pro- gressive there is in the Panhan- dle, get busy and make good roads? For instance make a road to Higgins for auto and freight purposes, also one to Glazier and to the north of us for a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 April 1913

■ ■■ LdCAL OVERFLOW. J. A. Black drove to Shattuck Okla , yesterday auil is'biiled to get in today with a load. J. G. Thayer, our up town barber went out to his'farm last Sunday re-turning Monday. It seems as though in making up the weather forms this month they have got misplaced for the March weather that nought to have showed up about four weeks ago is just coming in. 'Born—To Mr and Mrs. B E. Shutterly, of this, city, Monday mbrning, April /, 1913. A girl. Mother and little Miss doing nicely. Papa goes to >vork at his usual time with face all covered with smiles. J. B.; Turner has been build- ing a finecoriall out at his farm northwest of town and also many other sunable a) rangments for his stock, and a ,sixty foot shed is one of the new things, which will be of great benefit to stock time of storm. in The following guests registered- at Hotel Lipscomb since Thursday up to this day noon: Harry Hughes, Allen Maltsberg- er; G W Wells, Iowa Park, Texas; •Jas Shiplit, Higgin*; B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 April 1913

Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 17,1913 VOL 1 NO. 29 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County A Trip on the Rubber Neck Car A Glance at the Surrounding Country From the ^ car as she Whirls up and Down the Hills Through the Best Farm Land in Texas. m IKI K&iv w# For sights, pleasure and gene- ral good time take the scenic route to the north on board the "rubber neck car" "Betsy'' and behold the beauties of our old county as it is. Hop right on sft station "twoty-two.'' three steps to the right of the Lipscomb Drug Co.'s store, then one straight up, and you're gone. Glidingv over the road with a grace equal to the ease of the "Black Diamond Special" until you come to the crossing of Wolf Creek where your eye ;will come in contact with visions more attractive and pleaskg than you have met with in many a day. At this point you are given a half minute to get your breath while .the man at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 April 1913

m ■ ' -'■* lis LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT I? ' SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of 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- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, che6k or money order with copy. Advertising rates 12^-c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. A Stricken Industry. The latest census reports on manufacturing, wh^le showing a satsfactory comparative increase in the total number of establish- ments and in the capital invested, have in them a vein of sadness when the statistics on the flour and grist milling industry are con- sidered. The mills ;show a de- crease of fifty-one establishments aiid nine million dollars in invest- i • vestment and a twenty million dollar of decrease in value of the output. This is exceedingly un- fortuntate in view...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 April 1913

- Wm?- ; -- ~'i.;: ■A, ' Town and Country Notes Gathered H^re-and There and But Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. x . j 'I Sheldon'Moore was down from Kiowa Friday. Berlin Millhollon autoed over to Higgins Saturday. Alex Chapman and son John, were ia town yesterday. P. R. Grissom went to Arnett yesterday on business. Tackey Party, at the Union church, Friday evening, April 25. Moses Hayes and wife drove through t >wn toward the north Saturday morning. j D/lhoburn, of Laverne, Okla., was in town on business a couple ofdays tne first of the week. - Chas. Sutton, the down town barber, has a foxy sign put up at his place of business this we^k, Henty Altmiller was in from Fifth Creek Tuesday, ''dubbing" around in the jobbing districts. Mail Carrier Evans on the Higy,ins-Ochrltree route has "cut his overcoat" out for £his season. C. H. McKee, of the McKee Telephone Co., was bu*y doing some line work in town yester- day. M. E. Wakefiel^r of Higgins, was in town vestCToay afternoon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 April 1913

v :i"w ■ ■; - i$r- .■\-w -• ? •■■ . \ :;T .VI I' ' ;i: ! i -sA, Xj ■ % 1 *1 A Farmer's Plaint "Gol durn the hens," said Far mer Brown, As he egg laden, drove to town, His crop to market to devote. "The peasky things! They git my goatl "They loaf all winter on full feed, Just at the& time when eggs we j- need; ; An'in the spring, when prices drop; They lay an' lay, an'never stop! —Jabe Bizzle. 4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4.4. Some mean writer hands this paragraph out about the Lone Star law regulating her fair lad- ies hat; "Texas knows how to make' the punishment fit the crime. A bill now before the leg islature forbids women to wear hats more than two inches in height at church or at other pub- lic gathering. This is of course, perfectly -proper and very much as it should be, but the crafty wijpddm of the drafter, of the bill appears in the penalty clause which makes it a misdemeanor punishable upon conviction by a deprivation that will strike terror into th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 April 1913

i « SUPPLEMENT _jgfe!p . • THURSDAY, APRIL 17. 1913 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY n:« iiad a new this week. N. H. L'aldwin was in town Monday. C. J. Wegan was in from Sand Creek, yesterday. C. D. Hill, of Fifth Creak, was seen in town yesterday. W. P. Cope came in from northwest of town" yesterday. Charley Sutton barber sign made J. G. Scott and J. K. Killgor®, of Gage, were in town, the first of the week. A1 Gard and John Olson were in from Shadeland, doing the town Friday. John L. Pundt, living south of town, was in Monday, shak- ing hands with his many friends. A1 Hughes, one of Lipscomb county's "pusher's" when it comes to "doing thiDgs" was in town yesterday evening R. C. Guthrie commenced the finishing up touches on the Union Church this morning and expects to complete the work by evening. T. L. Shahan and son, Everett, were in Shattuck, Okia., the first of the week, attending to busi- iness matters in that man's town. \ " It will do the readers good to read the ads of F. E. Stevens ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 April 1913

Bp1 V -: ": .i ifc-. ®T fi Pr LOCAL OVERFLOW. :L'."' : j- ;-- ■ -.-; f: - ■ . .-,' ■■■ '. %'''''■ i'' Si' ." •?;-[ ■ • [■-- 'T. J. Reasoner was in town Monday. J. G. Thayer, the up town bar- ber, had a neatly painted barber pole added to the front of his shop yesterday. P. R. Wheatly, of northwest of town found time to stick his head in through the Lime Light office door while in town Saturday. The little three weeks old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hying, living northwest of town, died early Monday morning. Funeral services were held at the home* The remains were interred in the Lipscomb cemetry. Durning March, road precincts in seven different counties of the State voted upon issuing a total of $1,120,000 in good roads bonds. live counties voted favorably upon the issues, resulting in 1920,000 for good roads, while in two<jounties the issues, involving $200,000, met defeat for a lack of a neccssary two-thirds majority. Tihe counties in which the issues were capfted^ were Navar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 24 April 1913

• • «•- Wmksa . 1 , *' Herald—Yol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1913. VOL 1 NO. 23 & Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and* Lipscomb County Bp| t:i - i Sfe fj-i- ■ r ftp I | ■■ • ■ KHfe Tiffs '£• iy i lyi~> ■fcv. %*-v : -••• L.N;- Native Grasses is Shooting up...Garden Truck is V • S ' Breaking through Old Mother Earth and ; Wheat and Oats Looking Very Fine. I After a breezy wind blowing Tuesday with a force equal to the ■one of four weeks ago, a shower of rain started falling late in the evening and continued during the night with considerable lightning It was, in fact, the only genuine down pour this season. It foil in sheets and it was but a short time until the small ponds and creeks were running bank full, this following up a generous rain 'of about two weeks prior surely puts the farmer up in this coun- try, feeling rather proud. See where you might and he has a smil«3 for you— he's commencing...

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