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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

S07": ✓ SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THUB6DAY, SEPT. 9, 1915 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS _L_ \ V No,brother; we never question- ed yor.r intelligence. You read this paper, and that speaks in terms of its own. Don't forget the school meet- ing at the Union church Satur- day afternoon—its up to getting busy in a financial way in order tohave school this season. 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 I usy in the work. ,The congregations have been fair sized to 'start with and increasing from night to night in size. Everyone should make it a point to attand these mettings as the Rev. Purtle is an able talker ana will do the average person considerable during the course of his sermons. Yesterday evening at 6 o'clock occurred the death of Jacob Haueisen, at the home of his son, F. J. Haueisen, southeast of Lipscomb at the age of 81. The cause of his demise being old age. He was well known and had m...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 September 1915

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Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

• v! • * =12 11 . Ji\ u [ ; hi - H*rald—Vol 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1915. VOL 3 NO. 44 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb aud Lipscomb County School Will Begin Monday, Sept. 20th Full Corps of Accomplished Teachers Engaged for the Coming Fall Term... All Grades to the Ninth Will be Taught at Lipscomb. Lipscomb to have school this season ihe same as last was so decided at the school meeting last Saturday afternoon by the various members of the school board present and other enthusi- asts." Although the attendance was not so large as should have been but those present were more than strong for an eight months term providing the necessary money could be raised of which they felt confident aud a nine months term if the people so chose though a seven months term was positively decided on. "Take it from us" that able and efficeiut teachers have been secured for this occassion Mr I. 0. Bancom as principal, Mr...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Bach Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Enter ad as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. jn order to guarantee the publi- aation of foreign advertisements it wili 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. 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. Teacuers having no other con- veyance should come Lo 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. Sewel!, Sup't. School Children Saving-. The constant drive for "thrift" is having effect not only a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

v'.. E&': LOCAL PARAGRAPHS fiverv town with any degree .v . ; " pride should support a baud, or at least an excellent stringed or- chestra We venture the asspr tion that enough talent could be found, in this town to equip a number of snob musical organiza- tions, and no one will atten pt to question the value they would be to the life of the community The reason so few towns posses good musical organizations is tbis: Everybody is williug and anxiofis to see a band or orches- tra, and take advantage of he free concerts and parades, but no one appears williug to do his mite toward its suppoit. At a matter of fact, the municipal treasury should pay for the in- struments and uniforms ani musio, aud should pav each per- former a small or reasonable sum for each public appearance, whether it be on the street or in a hall, with, of course, the provi- ision tjjat the public be admitted free of charge. Music means more life to any community, aud life that is not worth pacing for is not w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

—■MHBHB GREAT REDUCTION SALE ■ _ . ' ' ' - • ". - ^ We have purchased -the entire stock of merchandise of L. W. Nelson, Higgins, Texas, and must reduce the same to make room for new shipments of goods. TWENTY DAYS COMMENCING SEPT. i 300 Men's and Youth's Fall and Winter Suits, all Wool Grey and Blue Serge $10 values for $8, $12 50 values for $10. All other suits in stock at forty per cent discount off usual price. Two dozen Ladies Skirts, 50 per c^nt off uaual price. 200 pair Men's Dress Pants at 30 p«r cent discount of usual price. ^ 500 Men's Work Pants, Overalls and Jumpers at 20 per cent reduction. 800 Men's and Boy's Hats, 40 per cent discount on all ex- cept on John B. Stetson's. 1500 pairs of Ladies,' Men's and Children's Shoes at 20 per cent off of usual price. Six Dozen Ladie's Shirt Waists 50 per cent off. 5000 yards Outing Flannel, usual 12£c grade at 9 cents par yard. We have just received a large consignment of Ladies' and Misses Tfyll and Winter Cloaks which we are sel...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

IIWaraMBHBHBBMBBBBEEP Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Ross Paine was in town Tues- day evening from notliwest of.the burg. . Mr. and Mrs. Donald Black- shire have moved from the .Doug- las property in the south part of town to the McSpadden property opposite the Bobo barber shop. Commissioners court covened here Mondav with Commisoners Farmer. Roberts, Hill and Dou- glas on the job. The old mill was a busy one with the regular run of business until a late hour in the afternoon. There is no use trying to keep np with Jess Bussard in the trad- ing line—he just moves a little too swift. Again he has sold his recent purchased Ford, however, S. P. Peery living up Wolf creek is the possessor. H. H. Hurlehy, Donald Black- shire of this place and "Red Hall, of Higgins, left Tuesda} afternoon overland for Turkey, Texas, where they"^ expecl to enjoy a couple of weeks visiting with friends and relatives in that section. George Gerl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

O * wm% M . " i7^i Egj|ipi'r& f.. ; Bp; K ipfeir p y- / -: ■>- Pi- "-i iS 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—bay food stuffs that.have 110 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 witl 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 laaks in yonr kitchen, and your pocketbook will experience a healthy relief. ; V ' This store is the home of "Kitchen Economy." Trade with us and let it mark the beginning of better financial days for you. . R. Glazier, Texas LOCAL OVERFLOW. Seaeral of Ltpscomb's young folks were in Higgins yesterday to help get the fair started al- hough it did rain. Miss Louise Barton was...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME UGHT THURSDAY^ SEPT. 16, 1915 Encourage tire School. Another seasoi of instruction for the youth of the community is before us Let us meet it as becomes an eu rgetic people who seek to give their offspring au education which will enable them to successfully cope with the many obstacles that will beset their pathway through life. "But that is up to the teachers — what can we do?" you say. We may perform our own duty iu the pre- mises bv extending to the in- structors our loyal support and encouragement, both by act and word. We may impress upon our children the necessity and importance of absolute obedience to the will of the teacher. We may instill into tl^gr young minds the knowledge that unless they improve their educational advantages of to-morrow will pass them by. This is a day of education, and the man whose mind has received proper traic- ingwill be f< und invariably in the ascendent^ filling the important positions of Jite, accumulating the financ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

ABOUT TOWN ANO COUNTRY ; $1.50. Chas. Bocher, Box '295, —:— ! Shawnee, Okla. - 194 Geo. Craig was in from west of town Monday trading. James Wolf was in town Tues- * day delivering peaches from his mammoth crop this year. Grover Bussard left Sunday afternoon for a couple of days business "doings'' in Wichita. ' - * The merchant who forgets to advertise should not complain when the buyer forgets that he is in business. It is just a case of "forget" all around. Great scheme! L«t'& pass a law requiring the millionaires to form the first line of defense in case of war. Then they could promptly buy off the enemy and we wouldn't have to fight. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Thayer drove in Tuesday morning from northeast of town and visited with their many friends here be- sides doing some trading and taking out an arm load of mail. It i y seldom that these old Lipscomb people drop into town, but when they do it is a real jolly pair that greets you. Classified Wants Little liners under this depart...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, SEPT. 16, 1915 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Now believe j ours ti\uly the Higgins merchants are coining alive to the value of using Lime Light's columns iu reaching out after business. In this weeks issue appear the advertisements of some of Higgins' most pro- gressive firms who are counted among 'he live ones of yur sister town to the southeast on the Santa Fe, the only one blessed with a railroad iu the couuty. Here they are: Word Bros., Citizens National Bank, Weiser & Jayne, Higgins Sanatarium, Harlan & Pat I on, Hum & Hoeffle, J. J. Davis, Maroney's, The Gash Variety Store, Victor Wathen, E. C. Gray and Hum's Barbsr Shop. Geo. B. Owen having been in for some time and the Dr. C. W. Jones being represented iu our columns for tke past year and a In. If. It bespeaks much for the business men of our neighboring town—it illustrates one of the facts that they are alive to the modern sys- tems of business getting—reach- ing out through the colum...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 September 1915

LOCAL PARAGRAPHS B& - Sr. • m J. B. Turner was a Lipscomb visitor from Fifth Creek today. Sheriff Hale and family are ^fair visitors ;at Higgins this week. Mr. and Mrs W. H. Seweli are in Higgins taking iu the fair this week D 3c and Mrs. 0. A. Newlaud : aud children are attending the fair this week at Higgins. B. L. _Miilholion and family are visiting friends and taking in ihe^fair this week at Higgin Nearly every one that can short chauge themselves On time are in Higgins at the fair takii g in the sights, Marve Ai.cD.mald came iu Sun- day atternoou from Oklahoma where he had been on a weeks busineas trip. Johnnie Chapman was in the burg last Friday trading but he "turned around and walked right out again." Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Baucom, of Uanyon, arrived Tuesday to get accquainted and have things com modiously arranged for their school work. .1; - Lipscomb should feel in good sperits over the prospect of hav- ing another good and instuctive term of school. A good school is gener...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

m r ■F*fl 3 yu&i i Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1915. VOL 3 NO. 45 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Permanent Roads Are the Proper Thing One of the Necessities Toward Lipscomb County's Future Advancement...More Capital Would Come and Better Homes be Builded. Better roads seem to be one of the necessities that are in great need in this day and time aud more in this particular neighbor- hood than anywhere else that we know of. There are many sys- tems, but the one that will prove efficient for all transportation jtfjr needs and at the same time come within the coufiues of the peo- ples pocket book is a proposition which has puzzled the minds of the most able financier*, however', po matter what the system may be Lipscomb count}' needs better roads—permanent ones—roads that will stand up under the heavy springs rains and the extreme frosty weather of the winter months. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week jO. A HKAGGS, 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 semi either draft, check or money order with copy. j Advertising rates 12£c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Listen for the cackle of your hen. It has a money value to you. The winter season is ap~ proaching, when the price of eggs * J'1 ' ' o , will advance and the cackle will > i become of even greater signifi eance to you. Plan for the cackle, feed the hens in accordance with the demands of nature as pro- pounded life in the work. If the cackle is not hear 1 with sufficient frequency, ask yourselt why. Dig down and stu iy the subject, for the more you study the oftener the hen will cackle, and cackling means more egg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

- ABOUT TOWN A*NTD COUNTRY |v A furniture store for Lipscomb would be|m good t.hing. Mr. an t Mrs. E, F. LI andolph, Mrs. Geo. Long and daughters Nila and Georgie with the editor of Lime Light as guest attended the Maxwell day at Sbattuek last Saturday. , Mr. and Mrs Shirley Weinett anct Mrs. C. H McKee left TucS I day to be present at the Pan- handle State Fair and it is said that Shirley besides takinu in the fair will also look after an- other eai and ta-* probabilities are that the good people will take an overland tiip back home. The Messers. Hiram Clark and M. L. Bobo were in from Shade- land Tuesday evening packing up, the effects of our esteemed past tonsorial artist and family which will find lodgment at Shadeland until some future date. The both gentlemen left over the wagon trail for home yesterday - morning. "Farm life is an ideal life," says Zim, in Cartoons magaziue, "especially in the story books and upon the theater stage. The farmer is his own boss and mon- arch of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

sPSte ■ >£:■ ' Smiths! llf >■ i "*■ c>- t ' K&, • i Y lT?V.- GREAT We have purchased the entire stock of merchandise of L. W. Nelson, Higgins, Texas, and must reduce the same to make room for new shipments of goods. TWENTV DAYS COMMENCING SEPT. n 300 Men's and Youth's Fkll and Winter Suits, all Wool Grey and Blue Serge $10 values for $8, $12.50 values for $10. All other suits in stock at forty per cent discount off usual price. . Two dozen Ladies Skirts, 50 per cant off uaual price. 200 pair Men's Dress Pants at 30 p r cent discount of usual price. - 500 Men's Work Pants, Overalls and Jumpers at-20 per cent reduction. 800 Men's and Boy's Hats, 40 per cent discount on all ex- cept on John B. Stetson's. ^1500 pairs of Ladies,' Men's and Children's Shoes at 20 per cent off of usual price. Six Dozen Ladie's Shirt Waists 50 per cent off. 5000 yards Outing Flannel, usual 12£c grade at 9 cants per yard. We have just received a large consignment of L tdies' and Misses T^al 1 an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

m Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Wm Rabe of Fifth Creek was iii town Sunday. Lester Simpson autoed in from west of towu Saturday Morris Merydith was down from Valley Park Saturday and Sunday. "Bob" McDonald drove in from northwest of town Sunday afternoon. J .0. Wegan was in from the Sand Creek neighborhood Natur on business. Tj Mr. and -Mrs. Chas. Lynch, living west of town, were in the burg Saturday trading. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parks were in from Cat Creek Sunday after- noon calling on their friends. Miss Thelma Berry and Miss May Moore, both living west of town were in shopping Monday. Geo. Tubb wa* in from south- west of town Sunday evening whiling awav au hour or two with his Lipscomb friends W. P. Hill, C. E. Hali and John OliKfin, of Saud Creek,were iu Monday afternoon mingling in business circles. J. B. Turner and son Glen were in from, Filth Creek Sunday afternoon visiting with their town friends. Tobe Wheat, of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

mm B, h 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 ~>unce count in the strength and vitality of life. We offer vou 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 your kitchen, and your pocketbook 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. W. R. TANDY Glazier, Texas School Commenced Monday. The school bell sounded Mon- day morning with the same old ring of the past. The pupils were a busy aggregation during the earlier part of the morning accumulating their books and getting themselves...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

m ■ gj£ I m SUPPLEMENT UPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, SElJT. 23, 1915 Maxwell Day at Shattuek Maxwell day at Shattuek, Okla. Was she some tame affair? Well to anyone that was there and it sure looked as though the whole Panhandle was in thf parade that went up Main street at 12:30 would say it was "some doings." Sixty-five Maxwell's were lined up some in gaudy dress of brilliant Maxwell colors ,of different designed penants and other appropriate material well fitting the occasion. After the parade Hotel Earl was thrown open to the public and an ample and well cooked dinnev was ser- ved, one sufficient in variety and flavor to lickle the pallet of the Princa or Queen. The Oklahoma- Panhandle orchestra furnished the music during the dinner hour to entertain the hord of hungry and thirsty. Big talks were also made by Maxwell experts which was instructive" and interesting to all. L. D. Stephens, the Max- well man of Shattuek was a busy man from the start of the day un- til! the end doing ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

mi ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY H':; $1.50. Chas. Bocher, Box 295, Shawnee, Okla. 194 Verily and a fall coal bin is a good thing to look at these days. Finis Thrailkill came in Tues- day evening with a load of freight from Glazier. Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Case came in Tuesday evening with a load ot C3ment from Glazier. . Miss Georgie Hurlhey return ed home from Higgins Tuesday after taking in the fair- and visi- ting with friends while there. On another page of this issue will be found the display ad of C. A. Addison, the Canadian photographer. It will do you good to read the same N. H. Baldwin and family re turned last Friday evening from a trip up at his old home at and around McPherson, Kan. It had been nearly thirty years since Mr. Baldwin visited these scenes and changes were many. It was a delightful trip to him all the way through and the way the whole party enjoyed the outing was nothing more than one con- tinuous round of pleasure. SEED. CHOICE recleaued and graded Fetirita seed for s...

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