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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 August 1915

'$&■ Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. ■i Sheriff Hale autoed to Hig- gins this morning. Mrs, F. M. Henwood was in shopping from her home south- west of town yesterday. W. It. Hill was in town Tues- day afternoon from the ranch_ northwest of here trading. Jack Russell, of Higgins, was in town yesterday afternoon shakihg hands with his Lips- comb friends. J. B. Munger was in Higgins Friday afternoon having an oper- ation preformed in the interior of his probosis. W. B. Hopper left this morn- ing for the home of Danny Page near Higgins where he will do some cement work. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Bobo were in Higgins yesterday after- noon for a short time attending to business matters. Mrs. Landers and children, of Higgins are here this week visit- ing with Mr. and "Mrs. B. L. Miilhollon and other relatives. Marve McDonald came in this morning from a few days trip which took him to Oklahoma City and other poiuts in Okla- homa. W...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 August 1915

>> J. f-* . "*H / : .... ' ' , '■ Bargains We have 'em at our store in everything you wear from head to feet, We are always re= ceiving daily, fresh groceries, fruits and vegetables. When in town come in and inspect our store, for when once you come we know you will come j.gain. Hunter's Cream and Kansas Expansion Flour, 100-lbs These >Sogks Look Wd^l with Low or High Shoes Big line of ladies gloves, hose, canvass shoes and slippers. Our clerks will be glad to show you through our stock. We have ladies rest chairs and are always glad to have you call. The^ store that always leads in prices. W. R. TANDY Glazier, Texas W Armor Plate ^u"OSIERY Mill* KNIT to snugly fit the ankle and leg. This insures the neat appearance you so much desire. The fit is guaranteed—the wear insured. That's why you should wear Armor Plate HOSIERY C. Made of the best, strongest and longest wearing yarn. Dyed with Harms- not Dye (it absolutely will not rot, burn or weaken the yarn — other dyes do). Kn...

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 — 26 August 1915

■ s Bar- ' SUPPLEMENT 1 MmmjiijiiiiiijijjijjmmuiummHiimummi «ai| {_ uiNMijjjjminuiijiiiii jijjmumjiiiiiiii niimimuiiiniiiu UPSCOMB LIKE LIGHT KSDAY, AUG. 26, 1915 89. I Road Notiee to Non-Resident Land Owners STATE OF TEXA8, Lipscomb County We the undersigned Ju;y of Freeholders, citiz -ns of said Lip- scomb County, Texas, duly ap- pointed by the Commissioners' Court of said Couuty, at Us June Term, 1915, to view and establish a first class Road and having been duly sworn as the law di rects, herebv give notice that we will, on the 25th day of Septem- ber, 1915, survey, locate, view, mark out and establish said road, beginning at tfce northeast corner ol section No 1172, Block 43 Thence East three miles to north wast corner of section No. 1168 Thence South five miles on sec- tion lines to 8 uthwest corner of section No 992, Block 43. And we do hereby notify J. B. Dorsey, Bert Hughes, W. J Le- hman, Edd. E. Lehman, T. L. Shaw, Rilph Wilks, and any and all persons owning lands through...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 August 1915

mM h :K < A ■gpl;. * f; *£•; •* •- ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY $1.50. Ohas. Bocher, Box 295, Shawnee, Okla. 194 J. B. Turner and sou Glen, were in from Fifth Creek trading Tuesday. Miss Grace Cessna was visiting west of town the first of the week with Miss May More jQounty Judge Sewell left ye - terday for Austin to be absent a couple of days atteuding to offici- al business. Little Noruiau, the youngest son of Mr. ajd Mrs. H. H. Hurl- hey, has been on the sick list for two or three days. % . Dave Wright after attending to business affairs at the A Bar B ranch east of town, returned Sat- urday to the home camp. J. S Bussard acted in the ca- pacity of mail carrier from here to Higgins yesterday while G.I-. Owen attanded to a long distance drive. - For Sale One J. I. Case corn planter and one OainpbelF sab s irface packer —:W. H. Bates. Classified Wants Littleliners under this depart- ment will run at the rate of 5c per issue. Cash to accompany copy. Six words to line. Initials or one n...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 August 1915

SUPPLEMENT IOMB LIME LIGHT URSDAY, AUG. 26, 1915 M= Ochiltree Anti-Cigaretts Lose. The Ochiltree Anti-Cigaretts met their Waterloo on the local '■& diamond Sunday. Being defeat- ed by the non-smokiog young- sters of this place by a ten and seven score The feature of the game was Lipscomb's hard hit- ting. getting sixteen hits in all- ten ia five innings -,f Jordan's delivery and six 01 Whippo in three innings. Keffer led in bat ting with four hits to his credit with a home ruu and Glasgow with a three bagger. Owen pitch- ed the first inning for the locals, allowing one hit, which coupled with two errors, netted the visitors two runs. Keffer completed the game, holding th m hitless until the eighth when they landed on him for three singles and a double, and with the assistance of an error, scored five times. The following is the score: OCHILTREE. Ison, c in, p If itch, 3b Reagan, lb Jines, N. 2b Talley, cf. Apple, If Jimes, ss Lackey, rf Whippo, S. p AB R. H. PO. A. E. 4 2 15-20 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 26 August 1915

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Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

!®P ~g||p; m ¥-■ •r" 1 [IMF , ii iVi ii. ^ 4 . J iyii IJ*r ld-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1915 VOL 3 NO. 42 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipsoomb County Roads in Sight For Lipscomb When $50,000.00 Bonds are Sold There'll be "Some- • • - ' ■ ( r © V •' • " thing Doing" on The Wagon Traij...Time Not Far off...Greatly Needed Too. - \ Don't overlook the fact that good roads are as essential to- ward greater and better things in Lipscomb county as the wagon spoke is to the - wheel. Good roads have done as much toward the upbuilding and improving the rural districts in many a state as has the rail read for the metro- politan city. Good an substantial wagon roads for Lipscomb county are not an impossibility, but a thing that could be ma«le a reality through the earnest co-operation of her citizens. Turniug back- ward upon the ctnvas of the pasr we cau behold a fair sized crayon portrait of a railroa...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE. YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week 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- Advertising rates 12£c per inch ■ingle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. selves on not showing any sort of emotion. Have you noticed in the photographs, that the mothers of the War heroes of Europe are not smiling? Neither are the generals who are doing the killing. Only the heroes themselves are smiling. A hard and stern expression does not in- dicate a good heart nor a clear canscience. A thief seldom smiles. The woman of .he streets smil -8 with her lips, but ner eyes are hard and cold. The poverty stricken man on the street who begs for a dime, sends his plea direct to your heart if his app...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY j $1.50. Chas. Backer, Box"'295, — | Shawnee, Okla. 194 --"Henry Fra^s, of H'ggius, pass- j" - ~ ed through town this morning. SEED. Donald BI ;.u-k s h i re ca me in from Glazier Tuend.iy evening with freight? C. E. Akers aud Gas Me hi hop of northeast of town w- re Llig gins visitors la^t Saturday aitt-r- noon. Saturday, September, 11th— that't the date of W. P. Kill's colt she w which will be p i i >d ot in Lipscomb. Since Berlin Millholb n made the purchase of his car its no dream when we mention that business "lias been picking.up This week he is out looking rtftnr some of his cattle. J. T. H.)stetler, living south- east ou "the Higgius road passed through town vesterday on his way to the pasture north of hern where he has a fine head of cattle. For Sale One J. I. Case corn planter and one Campbell sub s irfaca picker —W. H. Bates. Classified Wants Little liners uutler this depart- ment will run at the rate of 5c per issue, ("ash to accompany copy- Six...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Alex Chapman was iu from west of town trading yesterday. Isn't it a strenuous proposition though when the business people have the money up to cut the weeds on the town site and a bloomin' mower to do the work can't be procured for love or money. We, ourselves, sugguest the idea of incorpora- tion and then buy a mower and turn the job over to the Towu Marshal. Lest the weeds go till fall and then quit the highways themselves. • Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Long and little girls arrived in Higgins Tuesday evening from the east on their return home from a thirty days trip to the Panama Exposi- tion and 5 a tour of the Padific Coast. The trip has been of a great deal of benefit to Mrs. Long's health and George seems to have recuperated considerable while taking in the sights at the big show also. Both were well pleased to get back home, how ever, and were found at their accustomed places at the Bank of Lipscomb yesterday morr ing. The importance of tbe silo to Texas agricul...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

#1 HMwnwv'iwiuiwr* Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. «J. K. Paine was in town from i northwest of here yesterday. John Paine was in trading yes- j terday from northwest of towa. | May Moore, living west of town was in the burg trading, Wednesday. Dave Wright passed throu here yesterday headed for his ranch west of .town. Bob McDonald was mingling among the business people of Higgins last Monday. Several of Lipscomb people took in The Mollie Bailey shows at Higgins Tuesday evening. Wonder how many married men there are in this town who have hugged their wives this week! The war is said to be costing the belligetauts $75,000,000 a day and we are darned glad we don't have to foot the bill. Quite a congregation attend d Christian church services here last Monday from Sand Creek. Elder Mance presided in the pul- pit. City officials;of Denver, Colo., are about to require tail lights on saddle horses at night to p,ervent rear end...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

m You can not save money as long as your profits go into the garbage can. And that is where impure and unwholesome groceries and provisions often find their way. Shop the better way—buy food stuffs that have no waste—make every ounce count in the strength and vitality of life. We offer you groceries and other eatables that will stand the test—that will register 100 per cent pure —that are cheapest because there is no waste. It is economy to buy such goods—it is extrav- agant and wasteful to buy anything else. Plug up the financial leaks in yonr kitchen, and your pooketbook will experience a healthy relief. This store is the home of "Kitchen Economy." Trade with us and let it mark the beginning of better financial days for you. R. TANDY Glazier, Texas LOCAL OVERFLOW. Geo. Craig of west of town was in today trading. Lester Simpson was in from northwest of town yesterday fore- noon. ' J ' «. „ ■'•■■■ V Dick Nail, of Higgins, drove through town this morning en roote to his ranch north o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

SUPPLEMENT mmLmmiimimiiimiimmimi mm mum mimimmmmiimmmmmmimmi I®- \ LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT THURSDAY, SEPT. 2, 1915 Road Notiee to Non-Resident Land Owners STATE OF TEXAS, , ^ Lipscomb County f We the undersigned Ju;y of Freeholders, citiz 'ns of said Lip- scomb County, Texas, duly ap- pointed by the Commissioners' Court of said County, at its June Term, 1915, to view and establish a first class Road and having been duly sworn as the law di rects, herebv give notiee that we will, on the 25th day of Septem- ber, 1915, survey, locate, view, mark out and establish said road, beginning at the northeast corner oi section No 1172, Block 43 Thence East three miles to north west corner of section No. 1168, Thence South five miles on sec- tion line's to s uthwest corner of section No. 992, Block 43. And we do hereby notify J. B. Dorsey, Bert Hughes, W. J. Le- hman, Edd. E. Lehman, T. L. Shaw, R*lph Wilks, and any and all persons owning lands through which said road may run, that we will at the sam...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 September 1915

\J LOCAL OVERFLOW. T. O. Payne was in town from west of the burg Tuesday trad- ing. In the beginning there are two roads that lead to wealth—the one by way of the brain, the other through the palms of will- ing hands. When t he one co- operates with the other the two becomi a team that is irresistible the two roads are converged into one, and the goal lies staright ahbad. Monday ^evening while Coley Evans and some more of the boys were running their. horses out near the Guy iiome southeast of town, a steer happened to cross the path while the boys were under a strong headway of speed and unfortunately through the collision Coley was thrown from the horse breaking his collar bone and otherwise bruising him up. Doctors from Higgins were called and adjusted the fractur- ed menber and attened the other injuries. Last accounts he is do- ing as nicely as possible. Now, we really wonder, what has put the schoolhouse in such a litter. The time for school in other places has almost arrived a...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

Efaj- kl Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 9, 1915. VOL 3 NO. 43 . Official Piper of Lipsoomb County Texas—Deyoted to the Interest. of Lipsoomb and Lipsoomb Ooontj School Meeting Saturday, Sept. 11 At the Union Church at Four o'Clock in the after- noon—The Head of Every Family in the Dis- trict Should be Present...Its For You. The time has rolled around again when the school problem is once more presented to the citizens of Lipscomb in order to have school this season. A meet- ing is called for Saturday—for the purpose of devising ways and means to conduct and pay for the term of school which is billed to start on Monday, Sept. 20. It is an important feature to the town that Lipscomb have a school this year, not any more so than other years, but that im- poatant that if an adequate some is not raised there will be none this yoftr. Lipscpmb without school would be a dead member in vari- ous ways. Not only wouH it be a dead school town but commer- cially...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published 011 Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- oflioe at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to (^larantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it wilL be necessary to send either draft, check tit money order .with copy. Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front page ^0c. Locals 5c per line. from Lipscomb to Occiltree. All teachers who will not arrange for other conveyance, please notify me at once, so that I may know what number of cars to provide. Teacners having no other con- veyance should come to Lips- comb Sunday afternoon, so that we may leave here by 8 o'clook on the morning of the 4th and reach Ochiltree for the opening session. Ochiltree is making every pre- paration for our entertainment. 434 W. H. Sewell, Snp't. Every dog looks after his own bone, for no other dog will guard j it for him. Are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

.teaasHa ■ i Town and Country Notes Gathered Mere and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. sa Bob McDonald drove in from nothwent of town yesterday. (Jlaude Boone was in from east of town last Saturday trading. YV. R. Hill anddaugh4 e s were in Higgins Monday afternoon. Thelma 'Jerry living west of town, was in yesterday shopping. Alex Chapman was in from west of town yesterday trading Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Douglas autoed to Higgins yesterday morning. J. S. Bussard is having a gar- age built this week to house his Overland Ollie Bussard is over from Hig gins this week visiting with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bates were in from southwest of town Saturday shopping. Clarence Draper aad family were down from northwest of town trading yesterday. When you recopnize your neighbor's ^ood qualities lie is more lik'ly to see your own. Fave you an American tlagV Look at it occasionally, and you will become a more loyal eitizen by so doing Mr. and Mr*. John Allen, o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

wkj W&: fe1 * g® \. You can not^ave money as long as your profits go into the garbage can. And that is where impureWhid unwholesome groceries and provisions oftei^find their way. Shop the better way—buy food stuffs that have no waste—make every Dunce count in the strength and vitality of. life. h- ■ '' * . ■ ' ' -■ " ' We offv you^groceries and other eatables that will stand the test—that will register 100 per cent pure—that are cheapest because there is no waste. It is .economy to buy such goods—it is extrav- agant and wasteful to buy anything else. - Plug up the financial leaks in yonr kitchen, and your pocketbook will experience a healthy relief. ^This store is the home of "Kitchen Economy." T«ide with us and let ifc mark the beginning of better financial days for you. W„ R. TANDY Glazier, Texas ,i2fe5SS32SS5ES£3 LOCAL OVERFLOW. \ : - ——— Quit loafing and go to work to- day. Keep on * orking to-mor- row and next day, and all the rest of the week days of your life. Begin savih...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

SUPPLEMENT SEPT. 9, 1915 THURSDAY, if. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS A good wife is three-fourths of any man. Bragging is always excusable when you brag of your home ' town. A kind word is easy to say, easier to remember, and as gold compared to dross. Albert Minton left last Satur- day afternoon for Kansas City where lie will be figuring with the business people lore a ■ short time. This week the Union chureh has been the scene of M. E. serv- ices during the evenings, both Rev Purtle of Higgins and Rev. Beck, have been lusy in the work. The congregations have been fair sized to start with and * increasing from night to night in Bize. Everyone should make it a point to attend these mettings as the Rev. Purtle is an able talker i ana will do the ayerage person considerable during tbe course of his sermons. And have been all the time since we opened our lumber yard. THERE IS A REASON. The people appreciate the fact that we have reduced the price from 25 to 50 per cent and we propose to keep the pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

« * " -^sSBS ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY ! $1.50. fcZhas. Bocher, Box 295, —i- -j Shawnee, Okla. 194 The hardest housekeeping , in the world is the housekeeping thtt people do for their neigh bors. Half the troubles we have ■ are caused by worrying about what people thiuk. What differ ence does it m^ke what they think anyway? No one can live his own life and two or three other people's lives besides. What's the use of setting up housekeep- ing ou the roof or on the outside walls for the benefit of the neigh- bors? You would rightly be judged, insane if you suggested anything of the kind, and that is practically what half the people do. They can't because the neighbors would talk, and they ^an't do that because the neigh- bors wonder if they could not afford to do something else Tbey may not say it in so many words, but they m an it. and it is simply a great big vacuum in some of our natures where moral courage ought to be. Half the sting of poverty or small meaas is gone when one keeps h...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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