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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 October 1915

Town and Country Notes Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Alex Chapman was iu from west of town yesterday on busi- ners. >• Vernie Parker has been bus}' • this w^ek hulling grain tv.< the marki't The time is right for pulling off big things in Lipscomb , county. Henry Frass, of Higgius, pass ed through town Monday ou his way to the rauch. J. B. Turner was among the well-to do farmers in from north- west of town yesterday. John Glisan was in from Sand Creek yesterday taking in an in- voice of "chuck" for a few days ruD. Marve McDonald arrived in town yesterday from a tew days "dabbing" around in Oklahoma City. Sheriff Hale has been busy get- ting over the roads in the north- eastern pai t of the county this week R- scoe Bradfor I was in f^qm northwest of tovn Monday for a short time mingling in business circles., Baird Prater came in from Glazier yesterday afterr oon with ' ' two great big gee-wtiapper loads of freight. Mr. md Mrs. Paul Davi...

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 — 21 October 1915

si?*"' TMs Fits You Most people are good to their stomachs when they are able to get Groceries that "make good.' Most people would like to be better to their stotaachs if it were possible to improve the quality of their Groceries without paying exhorbitant prices. Most people often wonder if there is a store thai, could please them more than the one at which they are trading, j Most people at times think that if they could find such a store they would give it a trial. But many of them never find that store simply beoause they never get to the point of actually look- ing for it. THIS IS THE STORE such people are looking for. Some found it years ago and are still trading here. Others are finding it day by day and are themselves becoming steady cus- tomers of this store. It is Your Turn Next if you want to tone up that troublesome stomach by feeding it groceries that agree with it. Just walk right through our door and you will be in the store you are looking for. \J Glazier, Texas W. R...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 October 1915

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, OUT. 21, 1915 OLD-FASHIONED SPELLING MATCHES COMING BACK TJuiversit}' of Texas,_ October 22.—The old-fashioned spelling- match is "coming back"—some- thing that the average prize tighter and political Lias-been is always endeavoiing vaiuh to ac- complish. The spelling-match ha^ "come back." There will be more spell- ing matches in Texrs during the present scholastic year than ever before. And what's more, the old blueback speller will b e agin in evidence This is all co ming about by reason of the fact that spelling- matches have been made a part of the regular school contest to be engage 1 in by members of the Uni versity I iter-sclfolastic League. Says E D Shuter, Chairman of the League: "The schools over the State are taking up with renewed interest the apelliug mitc'ies being pro- moted by the University Inter- scholastic League. The follow- ing letter from Supt. C. G. Green of Rockdale, Texas, shows the plan that has been worked out in o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 21 October 1915

Manufacturing- Criminals. •*The greatest orime in the United States is the wholesale manufacture of criminals," says Henery B. Hyde in The Chicago Tribune, writing of the great number of useless laws passed by state legislatures and city councils each year. And to sup- port his indictment Mr. Hyde marshals an array cf facts which fictior cannot match. Commenting editorially on Mr. Hyde's charges, The Tribune s ays: "Obviously, what -Mr. Hyde calls the wholesale manu- facture of criminals" is one of the unexpected results of our uncritical reliance upon legis- lation as a cure-all. When the American sees anything h e doesn't like, his first impulse is to pass a law against it. If there are no statutes against gravita- tion enacted at the vociferous behest of Americans who have slipped up a winter's day, it is an oversight which will be corrected io due time. "This is an American failing which is often commented on. Leas often do we pcnder the moral phase of the American habit 6f pass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

IE =^1 i dOi. 'HeraM-Vol. 4. No. 12 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1915 VOL 3 NO. 50 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County IB spfs Bridge Work Looming l]p Several Piling set and Good Work Going Merrily On ...Another Week will see North End Near- ing Appearance of Complete Art cle. Ob, yes iu leed, the Wolf Creek bridge is fairly brem uing this week The pile driver is at work and the soun 1 of the ham- mer can be heard distinctly as it descends up n the monsterous piling that are being driveu iuto the old clay in the creek's bed. Several u£w beuts have went in Since the starting a few days ago aud the bridge lumber ia coming in ever day. From all appearances the new additioi) to the bridge wiR be a substantial one asv the workmen engaged iu the labor ire old sea- soned bri ige constructors. Everyone knows his place and is right there at the proper time to do his little stuntjyith the ex- actness of the t...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

OKB LIMELIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morni ng of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- offiee at Lipscomb, Texas, under fche Act of March 3, 1879. Jn order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will he necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. * Advertising rates 12^c per inch •ingle coluihn measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. The State Ot Texas To the Sheriff < r any Constable of Lipscomb County,—Greet- ing: *You are hereby * commauded to summons Isaac ]£af ffman by making publication of this cita- tion once each week for four suc- cessive weeks "previous to the re tarn day hereof, in some news- paper pubiisbed,iu your county, if there be a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the 31st Judical District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in^a news- paper published in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

A Sermo^ on Noah. . Ma text dig inornin am took from de Hbly Writ, wbereiu we read how N >ali made de Ark an' iHfihioued it; lie built de Ark' an fashioned it; he built de Ark ob gopher woo<1, an' us^d a cubit rale, while all de knockers sat eroun' an cussed him fo' a fool; de local auvil churns, dey jes' sat eroun' an *pat 'erbaCcer juice upon his wood, ;tu mocked him jes' lak dat, no s z " Whatfoah yo' makin dis Ijyah boat f. >ah <>n dry Ian'? Y ' all a thin b in* mayb \ dat yo"-; I's a sailah man?" Bit Noah |> tid no 'teusbun, pier al owed h«j beeru dem croaks, bat j 8 minded his own business, lak all g<od and proper folks; wtien dey read de weddah fo' cas^t—"Mild; contmnerd warm an' fair," oh N >ah went on building au' allowed he didn't care. Bat one day de weddah shifted; de barometer done fall, an' de rain ctme down in torrents- rain ed fo' fo'ty days—dat's ail; an' de knockers an' de croakers drown- ed, jes' lak so many rats, which was je ' wliat dey h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

GOODWIN IN BRIEF. Localized in Paragraph—Latest Doings Caught on tue Fly. A light frost this morning. Mr. Weiner is building a uew barn. Miss 'Emma Mandalek spent last Friday with Mrs. John Sell. Mrs. Winniugham visited with Miss Lydia Sell last Sunday eyening. Miss Lena S,tpofenic spent Sun- day afternoon with Miss Rosa Behrens Mr. and Mrs. Oalhoou weut to Shattuck last Saturday, visiting over Sunday with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Weiner, living near Arnett intend to move to Goodwin where they bought a residence. Co. Supt. Mrs Lee wh.h in this neighborhood one day last week, visitiug Miss Lena Sapotnic and Miss Rosa Behrens schools re- spectfully. Paul Boesche arrived here la^t Sunday, from Alva, and after a few days visit with old neighbors. Jeft for Lipscomb, Texas, where he intei ds to visit the Mandalek boys. Berlin Millhollon returned Tuesday noon from Supply,Okla , where he had been a couple of days visiting with his sister, Mrs. E. L. Roberts, of that place. Mrs. Roberts retur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. Loyd Bass-ml w.-^nt to Glazier after fiei^it y j-it^.s lav morning. W. H. Bates was in from south- west >f here Tuesday-' aftertaoou. fed Hardin has oeen driving the mail car the past three or foor days. - Ohas. Lynch an ! wife weiv the guests <if Mr-;. C. A.. Skagg- Sqnday Mrs. Ollie Bnssard, of Hig- ginft,'has been it, to4vn this week visiting with Mr and Mrs. J. 8. Bnssard Bey. Pride, of the Baptist faith preached an ab'e sermon to a good sized congregation last, Sun day morning and evening. There is '"nothing to it" busi- ness in the country is evidently "picking up" from the demands for labor it must be bloomin' good. ^ H.^R. Hurl hey, and daughters Georgie and, Liona, went to Hig- gins Monday to take in the show and returned home later in the e vei.i 11 g. ■J ss Bnssard and the bridge boys w'-nt to Glazier Tuesday evptdng to take in the show— they returned latter but the show- did n4 show. For the-^x-nefit of Lime Light subscribers on the Oklahoma | side ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

•;./ mk Purely Homespan Its a war id day today. Mrs. Hemy Stephens called ou the office angles today. There was alot of horse trad- ing'going on the. past week. Mr. E 8. Altmiller was seen carrying a step ladder up the street today. N.eal Frass, one of our promi- nent citizens, trimmed the lamp in the parlor last Sunday even- ing. «F£>hn Edgar carried lumber down to the carpenter bench this morning and turned around and parried it right back again. Cashier Geo. Long has been laboring pretty haid this week and its no joke tohen we chronicle the fact that he was noticed wash- ing the bank windows Tuesday. Chance Shahan, is a lucky member, he now is the pioud owner of a boil on the extreme point of his n >se. It has been Said by the grand dads of the past that each one is worth 15, but where Chance gets a nickles worth of pleasure out of this oue, we're not matbematit.ion enough to figure it out. .'V :r .y--', ' ' ' Classified Wants mm Little liners under this depart- ment will r...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

V. ************************** ' Town and Country Notes Gathered here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. t — m It is advertised iu the paper this week. Lo k for it. • T _ ■ - .v . ' : B. E. Shulterly «ud Ruben Freest were in Higgius Monday on business. Coramissiotifer Hill was in from his place uorthwest of town Mondav morning. ^inix Thai kill, living south- e;ist of lowu, was trading while in the burg last Friday. When a man's head begins to swell what few brain* he has just slides down into his heels, R. M. Stevenson was a Lips- eomb basiness visitor iu from "Si. northeast of town Monday morn- ing. Gas. .Mehlhop w,-n iu from northeast of tojru Monday morn- ing makiuga friendly call upon the inercbauts here. J. D. Ward >ck wis in from the northern part of the county Sat- urday mingling among the busi- ness people of this nun's town. Live merchants W^Rl be telling you about it in the p=iper from no* oi) until Christmas Use your eye* a> d siva the penuies....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

j: f!v m'n. F xtxzBTxv&afsym i j E:. K. Ki?V> • 1.- ' ••' RK> ■P | Psi Jir -.,v K&1, ^BSpW-acy: * IT I his Fits You Most people are good to their stomachs when they are able to get Groceries that "make good." Most people would like to be better to their stomachs if it were possible to improve tha quality of their Groceries without paying exhorbitant or ices. Most people often wonder if there is a store tha'u could please them more than the one at which they are trading. Most people at times thin,k that if they could find such a store they would s;ive it a trial. But many of them never fiud that stor^ simply because they never get to the point of actually lock- ing for it. THIS IS THE STORE such people fire looking for. Some fouud it years ago and are still trading here. Others are fiuding it day by day and ore themselves becoming steady cus- tomers of this store. It is Your Turn Next if you want to tone up that troublesome stomach by feeding it groceries that agree wit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

<=* LOCAL OVERFLOW. W, A. Bradney was in from of town Monday. iW- Roscoe Bradford was in from nothwest of town this morning. Miss Thelma Berry, living southeast of town, was in tlje burg shopping today. J. 8. Bussard autoed to Glazier yesterday morning, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Owen accompanying him. J. B. Turnsr was in from Fifth Creek yesterday gathering up batteries for his telephone which took a pair. ' J ... ... ' \ ' They say that beauty "is only skin deep. But it has a practical * value to its possessor when ang- ling for an American millionaire. Ses Geo. H. Gerlach Higgins Milling Company at Higgins. They are paying the higbes market prioe for aU kinds of igrain. Besure and see them before selling. The Texas Queen show played to a well filled tent here last night. The show consisted r>f schetches in vaudeville and black face specialties. There was nothing done or said to mar ^he most fastidious. • "A call to arms against war" is the slogan with which Com- modore J. Stuart Bl...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 28 October 1915

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, OCT. 28, 1915 LOCAL OVERFLOW. mm m Dick Nail, of Higgins, was in town to-1ay taking a birds eye view of the magnifience of things in these "diggins," Now if Hoiiit-thing is wanted iu the piano line—that is good a* a moderate prie; th^v >hould read Raj WiU u s a i ou auolhor page of this issue. * And now it so happened that jiist aftfer' tjie second act of the Xexas Queen *how company here last night that Queen Bess the all star actor of the combination gives to her heart the keeping of Don Cupid. A fair haire t knight of traveliug fame is the lucky dumber. Tbe two left at a night- ly hour when the moon beems were dancing along the way for ~ aver City, Okla., where they . . i | WXrM met with the one endowed with the power to say the words which eotni>ine two for a different fu- ture, but such is the way of the world and here's wishing them succcess. Education is the subject for which no people ever yet paid too much. Indeed, the more the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

bU 1 r m yuiiivi , I SmIi Snfl Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1915 VOL 3 NO. 51 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Lipscomb School Coming Along Fine Greater Attendance From the Country Than Usual ....Teachers Effic ent in Pedagoic Ability ■ ** ■ and School Work Steadily Improving.^ The Lipscomb school has been moving along now for some weeks smoothly and from week to week pupils have been coming in fiom ttie conn try until her enrollment is larger than it has been for many terms. It is a good si^n, it illustrates to the people in general that? in pedagoic prob iems as well as in other thing and commodities that quality count for much. The present term was manned by a corpse cf able and efficient instructors. I. C. Balcom as principal, Mrs. Balcom, inter- mediate aud Mrs. Dorthy Dohr- man in the kiudergardteu depart- ment, all o. Cauyon, an accumu- lation of "all star" instructors...

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

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, Movember 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas ^ under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee til© publi- cation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with <*W- Advertising rates 12£c per inch Single column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. The State Of Texas To the Sheriff or any Constable of Lipscomb County,—Greet- ing: V You are hereby commanded to summons Isaac Kauffman by making publication of this cita- tion once each week for four suc- cessive weeks previous to the re- turn day hereof, in some news- paper published in your county, if there be« newspaper published therein, but if not, then in any newspaper published in the 31st Judical District; but if there be no newspaper published in said Judicial District, then in a news- paper published in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

V Are You Educated? A professor of tbe University of Chicago evolved a series of test questions for the educated which, h * avows, are the best evidences of a real education. If you can answere "yes" to all the questions you are truly educated, the professor says. Here are the questions: r Has education given you sym- pathy with all the good causes and made you espouse them? Has it made you public spirit ed? Has it made you a brother to the weak? Have you learned how to make friends and keep them? Do you know what it is to be a friend yourself? Can you look an honest man or pure women in the eye? Do you s^e anything to love in a little child? Will a lonely dog follow you in the street? Can you tbe ihigh-minded and happy in the meanest drudgeries of life? Do you think that washing dishes and hoeing corn is just as compatible with nigh thinking as piano playing or golf? And are you good for anything yourself? Can you be happy alone? Car you look out ou the world And s£e anything but d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

GOODWIN IN BRIEF M. ' c-- Loealized in Paragraph—Latest ' Doings Caught on trie Fly. Mr. and Mrs. Weiuer moved to Goodwin last Saturday. Our Postraag-ter made a flying trip'to Aruett last Saturday. Mirs. Galhoou, had as visitors, last Sunday her two nieces from Shattuck. Farmers were busy hauling coal as there was a carload on the track. Andrew Longhofer is laying the foundation for a new barn 32x48 fee't. Rober Fechner went to North Dakota last Friday for a months visit with his brothers and families. Mr. and Mrs. Winningham left for their home in Shattuck last Friday, after a thirty days stay in Goodwin. Mr. Carver, our station agent, got back from his thirty days trip to the Rocky Mountains and Galveston, Texas. A number of young iloks ol Shattuck attended Sunday School Convention at the Baptist Church last Sunday. Mrs Carver is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reppeto in Higgins, but is expected to come homa soon, Seveial of our young people spent Sunday evenin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

Valley Park V a 1 McUlanehan 'Touuded tip" Friday. "Ro und ups" were the order for last w^ek. Mrs. Celia Barton had thres- hers Saturday. Wright Bros., "rounded up" the tirst of last week, turning over 800 Lead of yearlings to B. L. Drake. Misses Babe Eubank, and Katie Smith, of Glazier, came out Sunday forenoon to visit Miss Leila Barton, returning in the afteruoon Lipscomb star route is back on the run this week after a few days off "pesticating" around up in Kansas and some other points. Ed Hardin the main substitute on the route is now togged up in his "glad rags" and having a few days lecuperaticn himself. Miss Thelma fWry, living southeast of town, was in the burg yesterday shopping. Geo. B. Owen, proprietor of the Higgius Hotel and <*t same time mail carrier on the fliggins- Sei Geo. H. Gerlach Higgins Milling Company at Higgins. They are paying the highes market price for aU kinds of rain. B ^sure aad see them before selling. P. B. Mills was in town yester- day morning sh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. $1.50. ' Ohas. Bocher, Box 295, MISCELLANEOUS F. M. Henwood was in " from scuthwest of town this morn- ing. Mrs. Donald Blackshire and lUtle daughter Bessie are suffer- ing from bad colds this week. B. E. Shutfcerly, one of Lips- comb's progressive townsmen, is making preparations to build a new house on his ranch north - west of town besides several feet of shedding and other out build- ings. The lumber is ready for the move to the place as soon as teams are secured to bring it out and work will commence at once. j> The high school received their Holland-Farm and Ranch Library last Friday. It is a real nobby one and well worth the hustling for. It adds sixty-two new books to the school's library. All kinds of topics, his- torically and otherwise are in the collection. The school kiddy can now while away some leisure hours to a good purpose by per- using the interior of some of this fine collection. Classified Wants Little liners under this depart- ment will run a...

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