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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

Supplement LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT THURSDAY, SEPT. 23, 1915 LOC^L OVERFLOW. F. M. Henwood was in to-day from southwest of town trading •• T. R Redmond, of Cashiou, Ob la., returned to bis home yes- terday after a few days pleasant visit at tiie borne of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hunter, southeast of town. I.ipscoinb merchants are a busy bunch getting ready and making their fall and winter selections for tb« good people up in this section and by the timesnow commence to fly there will be matiy comfortable and snappy propositions of useful origin to please the most fasti dions buyers. Should the bridge across Wolf creek get in passable condition and the road to about three miles north of here get some suitable work doue on it witnin the coming months it would be of great value not only to tbe town of Lip-comb but also to tbe peo- ple in the north country. The bridge which went out at Shat- tuck, Okla., with ti e same rise of water that came down (he river^is now in passable condition and travel hae...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 September 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. Ir flf Notice the John W. King & Co.'8 ad in this issue. Head it and profit thereby. Ollie Bussard came over from Higgins today to visit with his old friends for a short time.* G.A.Addison will be in Glazier every Weduefday after the 30th of September—taking baby pic ttures a specialty. All work guaranteed. During.the past three weeks Lime Light has been rushed to the top notch of the ladder in a business way and also in making additional improvements to our plant. Two new make-up stones have been added and yet we haven't room to handje the con- tinuously growing bnsi n e s s. Without notice there will be other improvements that will be noticeable in the very near future. ; I do not, ith some enthusi-, asts, believe that the human con- dition will ever advance to 6uch a state of perfection as that there shall no longer be pain or vice in the world,yet I believe it suscep- tible of much improvement, and mosfc of all, in matters of govern- ment and religion; and th...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

wmx yr &. dfli. =1111 i Herald—Yol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1915 VOL 3 NO. 46 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the LnterQsts of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Full of Prosperity Crops Have Been in Abundance...New Improve' ments have Been Pushing Forward and Business in General Looks brighter. Where is the grouch that kicks on the piosperous condition of Lipscomb county this fall? He must have surely hiked for tall timber. Where is the disconted one? He too, is not to be found in his familiar haunts In fact, to find a gjain of discontentment flowing through the veins of a Lipscomb county citizen is as hard to looate as the "needle in the hay stack." Aud again we may ask why shouldn't the dis gruntled one who is always dis- atisfied with the good works of a comunity be hard to find? Under the prosperous condi- tions the past year within the boarders of our illustrious couuty of intelligent and hospitable citi- zens who have r...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Untered 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- oation 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. For a plac to build , a future home there is no better place than Lipscomb county in the northeast Panhandle where the gentle breezes serenly blow and the sun shines nearly the whole year round. . Crops flourish and cattle thrive. gp§ A good roads day for Lipscomb county, that is one day in the month set a part for working the roads; not only in the towns, but every farmer as well put in the same time. Organize as if under one body with specified districts with competent road overseers. Turn the key on business for that ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. mm Among tbe many good things that Lipscomb county has that is of great benefit and a thing to br* much appreciated is a Sanitarium —the Higgins 8anatarium—this place though yet in its infancy so to speak has taken care of many pendicitis case in a thoroughly good manner besides handling other dieased ailments peculiar the human being Wi'h such an institution close at hand where skilled medical and sur- gical aid is maintained. It is of great convenience owing to the fact that at the greatest dis- tance in the county from any homo is no more than thirty or thirty-five miles and can be ' readilly reached from the many different directions. It has con- tinuously built a business since its opening an 1 at the present time is doing well. As time goes on we look .forth to this being among the prominent features of the county. Bankers are trying to get in closer touch with the farmer, and their efforts are bound to produce results profitable to both. This paper, again ;nd ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Claude Crouch drove in from northeast of town Tuesday. W. P. Cope autoed in from his place northeast of town Tuesday. Paul Davis was in from north of town trading yesterday morn- ing. When in Glazier go to the Farmers T^eed Yard owned and controlled by Tom Reasoner. 0. E Hall and N. H Baldwin were in from the Sand Creek neighborhood yesterday morn ing. W. R. Hill and son L'en were in town yesterday from northwest of the burg mingling in business circles. Geo. Rexius was one of the hustling farmers in from the northeast part of the county yes terday trading. Notice the n w ads of Weiser & Jayne of Higgins, A, L. Schwendener of Shattuck, Okla , and C. H. McKee in this issue. Read them they have something good to tell you. Classified Wants Little liners under this departs ment will run at the rate oh 5c per issue. Cash to accompany copy. Six words to line. Initials or one number counted same as word. POULTRY. EGGs—Purebred single comb brown leghorn, 100 $4. M...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

W4?: m - ww^ Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Work to a purpose and the purpose will take care of itself. P. R. Wheatly was a Lipscomb visitor io fiom Fifth Creek Tues- day. Sheriff Hale and T. L. Shahan autoed over to Higgins .Tuesday forenoon. Grover Bussard was in Wood- ward last Saturday afternoon on business. Ed. Hardin came in with the mail Tuesday on the Higgins- Lipscomb line. A. E. Wright was a business visitor in from west of town Tuesday morning. Money makes the mare go, and it keeps*a lot of people hot footing after the mare. Mr. and Mrs Sam Hunter were among those in from south- east of town trading Tuesday. x J. S. Bussard went to Glazier after freight Tuesday morning and returned iu the evening. The hen gets the worm because she goes out and scratches for it. Take a lesson from the hen. County Superintendent Sewell, during the past week, has been busy, visiting the country schools in the surrounding country...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

/ £?•?£§ Mi'M fi" "i &<: ■? 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 registel 100 per cent pure—that are cheapest because there is no waste. It is economy to imy 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." Trade with us and let it mark the beginning of better v financial days for you. - - • R. Glazier, 'Texas * The farmer is the backbone of this county—in fact, he is the mainstay of the nation. We can not place too much emphasis up- on this fact. As the American farmer prospers, so it is uith the county i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

m SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB UME LIGHT THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1915 The Kiss. Prom time to time science opens its batteries upon the kiss, and tha present happeus to be one of the times. How ever, this form of salutation, or token of regard, has b^en whh the human race a lo.ig while, and in its pre- sence, the race seems to be con- tent. Science might as well try to cbolish the habit of speech. It is-wasting its efforts, besides making its spokesmtn seems a silly lot. People who elect to keep them- selves in a state of alarm over the prevalence of germs are at liberty to do so. However, they cannot make the public believe that every inviting, ruby lip is a mere roosting phce for deadly microbes, and that these are ready to spring to any other lip that approaches, there to do devasting work, setting up some form of fatal malady, preferably the most disagreeable that is on the list Doubtlless there are forms of illness during which to kiss the subject would not be wise, nor would the aspect of t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. The winter - months will be along soon now and the farmer will be wondering what lie can do to while away the evening hours. And right here the editor wants to throw out a suggestion that means both pleasure and profit. Arrange to have a meeting at on« of your school houses or other public places at least one evening a month, at which you can all compare notes on the season's, work, note the mistakes that have been maieand devise the beat methods of correcting them the coming year. You can not get a dozen farmers together but what some one of them will have something to say of value to you, something that perhaps you have . not known before, something that will make work lighter and profits greater in future years. T&e social features alone of such meeting would drive away the monotony of the winter evenings and from a practical standpoint they would be of great value to every one who particpates. Get together, gentlemen, and com pare notes. What ig good for one ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 30 September 1915

> f. m£<k m-- m: I taj-- - Ki J ■ i *}^* ■ r: •.. w- SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THUBSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1915 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY The Kev. and Mrs. D. C. Robinson of Salem, Ohio, are here this week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Raudolph and Mr aud Mrs Geo. W. L >ng. They seem highly pleased ^ith this end of the Pan handle aod are delighted with the climate Ttjiough the courtesy ot the preachers (/f the "good word" Kev. Robinson pr ached at the Union church last Sunday morning and evening to fair sized congregations of at- tentive hearers who were well pleased with the sermons on both occasions. Rev. C. I Beck, of Glazier, was in town Friday visiting among his friends here and we learn was holding revival meetings at the Sand Creek school house with Fev.Purtleof Higgins assisting. Geo. Tubbs was in from south- west o{ town trading today. ++*+ + +•}••{• ++.M*++++ •§.*>{••{• 4-4-i-n -$*-5-5—I-.J.***** •5* ▼ Heat. Cook and Light With Gas ■ 20th Century Wonder This is no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 October 1915

V* g; . w 1 . A. i . dH i Ji Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1915 VOL 3 NO. 47 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Successful Farming In Lipscomb County Many Have "Made Good" and Room For Others in the Mixed Farming and Stock Raising Busi- ness..^ Good Place to Build a home. EH T ooking around about us and gazing for a moment upon the magnificent country homes we wonder with a mingling of admir- ation at the great successes that have beem made on the ranch in the mixed farming and cattle in- dustries of Lipscomb county. We train our binoculars in the Sand Creak neighborhood and: bihold the M. D. Harrington ranch recently sold, W. P. Hill, N. H Baldwin. W. H. K offer, M. Speyers and W. H. Bates places whiTe yet again we make a swing a d bebold to our right t ie homes of N. N. Fiathers, Geo. t raig and with a hop skip and a . jump land within the proximity of "Cap" Kelley's place. We...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 October 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAH, $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. - Advertising rates 12^c per inch single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. fathers ail I grnndmothers danced square dances and the minuet. 8implv because a fad js new, it is not necessarily immoral. En- courage the young people in all the harmless 'amusements of the day, regardless of what you did when young or what \our parents taught you to do. This is a new generation we ar-e trying to keep in the small towns, and youth demands its play. Be broad and liberal. Narrowness in teaching or by law can ouly result in dis- respect f-r aut ority and law; in making harder the lives of those who don'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 October 1915

X- LOCAL OVERFLOW. WM-l Henry Frass,of Higgins,passed through towu last Friday. Mr. aud Mrs. YV. P. Cope at- tened the 1 ob Warner sale Toes- day. C. E. Akers was iu town last Friday from the rauch northeast of here. Miss Laura Sibley is iu attend- ance. at the Institute at Ochiltree W from this place. Just do yonr-best for the town (.f Lipscomb and Lipscomb county—the rest will come. Mr Hurhley and two children, Mazie aud Carl took io the Tones Bros. Circus Higgins last Mouday evening.*- W. J Cessna finished up pat- ting down a good well for J. W. Douglas on his farm southwest of town this week. After a few days lay off from tha mail line, Geo. B. Ow*en, the popular hotel man of the Higgins hotel is once more back on the run. Marve McDonald was in last Saturday afternoon from north- west of town trading and attend iug to some other busiuess in the burg. In another column of this issue are the ads of the O K. Barn and The Glazier Mill & Elevator Co., b.)th good places to dejl wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 October 1915

/ . Pure y Homespun. Qrover Bussard culled in Tues-! day evening and heard the en- gine run. | / ■ . Miss Mildred Keffer and Louise Barton crossed the street Monday with an expensive smile. Business is picking^ip in this man's town. The ether day we noticed Chance Sbahan tnke time to hiugli. "Dutch" the helper at the City Garage left, -the first of the week, for some other place with- out hesitating. Sid Burran is an early riser and was seen walking down to the J. Howlett & Co.'s store at 7:15 yesterday morning. Everett Shabr.n is so proud of the new gas mill at the Shahan & Sons store that he goes out to size it-.up every morning be - forJie turns the key. Knapp, the barber, Carpenter E S Altmiller and Cashier Geo. W. Long flagged a runaway team yesterday .morning infront of the McSpadden building. The way they hung down on the bits wasn't slow and the teaul stop- ped. $1.50. Chas. Bocher, Bus 295, Shawnee, Okla. 194. SEED. CHOICE recleaned and graded Fetirita seed for sale...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 October 1915

sp. Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. ki ~fr. fife 3. s*;;- '.'V Mr. and Mrs. 8am Hunter and family were in town Tuesday. Several of the Lipscomb people attended the Lon Warner «ale Tnesdav. County Clerk Boyd was in the town of Higgins last Sunday visiting with hi^many frieuds. "Dude" Bussard came in Monday evening with a load-erf freight from Glazier. M. D. Harrington was in from Sand Creek Tuesday morning shaking hands with his many friends. The Mis s i s s Lora Barton, Grace Cessna and Gladys Oliver, were visiting with Miss May Moore Sunday. W. B. Hopper came in from GUzier last Friday after a two or three weeks stay in Glazier where ho has been busy slinging plast- er. • Notice • the change in J. Howlett & Co. * ad this week they tell the people something that is worth setting up and tak ing notice of. W. P. H ll and N. H. Baldwin, a ceuple of Lipscomb county 's prosperous farmers, o f « Sand Crce^k, were in town T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 October 1915

Henry Prase, Pres. A. It. King, Vice Pie-ud-ent Dick Barton.. W. H. Black, A.* E. More.un.'t. L).rectors T. H. Black. Cashter. . L. <J'. Kellev. A. CashAet The Citizens National Bank OF HIGGINS, TEXAS Bill ' <• You can not save money as long as your profits go into the garbage can. And that is where <mpure 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 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. ■J . R. Glazier, Texas ABOUT TOWN AND COUNT...

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

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1915 ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY "Bob" Miller came iu from northeast of town this morning and shook bauds with the boys in these "digyiiis." To perfect socity it is necess- ary to develop the faculties, in tellectttal aud moral, with which no man is eudowed.^-John Cald- well Calhoun. * While the teachers are at the Iustitute this week deliviug into the rudiments of better methods on how to instruct the ''young ideas how to shoot" the kiddie boy is out with his gun looking up the rabbit in his burro or chasing down some fowl with his rifle. School days to him are forgotten for the time, but the bell will wring again Monday morning and then wjhat a time there will be. The frolic and fun will come to an end and the writing and 'ritbmetic will be the prominent features to practice with. 1 Should Lipscomb have a moving picture show for the winter evenings, it would give the young people some plaoe t-., go to while an odd hour or so away. As lti...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 7 October 1915

■ SK55 LOCAL OVERFLOW. r ■ And now the material is on the ground, so we are informed, for the two bridges across Wolf Creek, but owing to a scarcity of teams through the busy (season in the rural districts it seems almost impossible to get freigh- ters to haul the material out. What about that for slow times? NothiDg doing in the s.low man's line here. Every- body is an active member iu some pursuit or other; the farmer is busy getting his broom corn stor- ed away while others "looking after their wheat land and some preparing to harvest their kafir, or maze. Its a pleasure to know that tbis part of the country has been blessed with a plenty and more while in soma section it is much varied. While it is an un- avoidable inconvenience for many at ths same time on the other hand it speaks much for the tbriftiness of our county as a thing of activity and aggressive- ness. The county that has more rk than its labor element can hAndle is truly a grand thing to look on as compared wi h the...

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