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

™ ' :i:i Town and Country Notes g T ;;;; Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. f H 111 -M1 W. R. Hill was in from north- west of town Monday. J. W. Douglas aut#ed over to Glazier Mojiday aiternoon M. Speye.s was in from south- west ol towu trading Saturday. J. 0. Wegan, of Sand Creek, was in town Saturday delivering alfalfa. W. H Bates of southwest of town was seen on our streets last Saturday. W. J. Cessna complained of a "kink" in his back Saturday morning. V • T. 0, Paine one of our well to- do farmers living west of town was in Saturday trading: N. H. Baldwin, of Sand Creek Was in Saturday evening takiug in the sights and attending lodge. G. S. Trottman was in from Sand Oreek Monday with a fiue load of alfalfa which he delivered in town. Mr. aud Mrs. John Hoefiiger havereuied the Msrydith proper- tv south of the Litre uight office • " this week aud will live there this %- winter. ~N. N. Flathers dropped into the Lime Light office last Satur day ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

§i£?V ... - ■. - - BB9BSBEB6251£9f & This 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 stotoachs if it were possible to improve thd 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. / 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 because they never get to the point of actually look- ing Jor it. > THIS IS THE STORE such people are looking for. Some found it years ago and are skill 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 bv feeding it groceries that agree with it. Just walk right through our door and you will be in the store you...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

__ SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, NOV. 4, 1915 LOCAL OVERFLOW. . John Alien came in from Hig* gins yesterday. J. D. Mardoek was in from north of town this morning. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hill were in from Sand Oreek.last Sunday visiting with Mri and Mrs. Everett Shahan. Rev. Walker of the Friends church is conducting a series of revival meetings a t Hie View- point school house. Evpryone are cordially invited to attend. P. R. Wheatlv was in from Fifth Creek today and made it a special point to call around and see the editor. Mr. Wheatly •was one of Liiae Light's first subscribers and made the office a call three years ago when we were at work with a shovel and a hoe making room to start 011 ti e first ifcsue of the paper which at that time was only a four col - umn folio. rhe paper has grown some since that time. It does the editor good to shake hands with these old fellows who ha^ the r.erve to place their confidence in us-at that time under the try- ing hours of the conditio...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 4 November 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. u lis.': N. H. Baldwin came in from Hand Creek this morning. W. J. Cessna fii ished a well for Sam Hill 011 Sand Creek this week. Douald Blackshire went to Glazier this afternoon after freight 0. E. Akers was in from the northeast part of the county this morning. v T. L. Shahan left for Arnett, Okla., Wednesday morning and will be gone a few days. Ollie Bussard eamf* in from southeast of town yesterday afternoon with the threshing machine and oil puller. A wise one uvers that some oi women's prettiest garments are not made for public exhibtion. Must have acquired his knowl- edge at a private; seance. See. Geo. H. Gerlach Higgins Milling Company at Higgins. They are paying the highes market price for a'l kinds of srrain. B^sure and see them before selling. _ THE GLAZIER MILL & ELEYATOR CO. Glazier, Texas ' The LILAC FLOUR sold by J Howlett & Co. The BELL OF THE WEST sold by Shahan & Sons. Both flours backed by our money back guarantee. THE GLAZIER MILL &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

\J w> i , dUt. , dOi. Eforald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1915 VOL 3 NO. 52 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Glazier's Three Days T Demonstration a Success Barbecued Meats and Good Things to Eat a Plenty ....Frolic and Fun Galore...Everybody's "Money Bad" and no one at the Door. "Gee Whillikens" talk about putting on airs that town of Glazier "sure had all her fine togs on" last Friday. Your Uncle Ezra slipped uuder the vrire at that hour after the busi- ness houses had "doused their gliins'' for the evening an I were out taking in,the sights as we rolled in. Punctured our finger the first move out aud the pleas ant Mrs. Blaok of that famous eating emporium acted as sur geon on that injured member and the pain was relieved sufficiently so that we were enabled to go down iu the fun making districts where the bright lights were burning with a "brilliancy which added a supreme ind...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

<rr- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each W eek C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- offiee at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee t&e 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 lingle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line1. The State Of Te^as To the Sheriff or any Constable of Lipscomb County,—Greet- ing: You are hereby commanded to summons Isaac Kanffman 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 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 publis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

- Pigi LOCAL OVERFLOW. Yesterday afternoon J. Js. Theisen, proprietor of Hotel Lipsoomb for the pint seven yearsy aud family accompanied by R C Freest*, left for Aransas Pass where they intend making their future home. Mr. Theisen having leased the hotel to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephens of this place for a term of years, Mr. Theisen while here lias met with success iu ti e hotel business but on account of his health no- being the best bad concluded to piove to tiis fruit and poultry farm on the coast fJotlrMr. and Mrs Stephens are ojd tim^ ci t- jz^ns of t-i^ ins mediate vicinity and while hotel basiue s is a pew line for them to handle Lime Light predicts success in their new undertaking. Hotiee of Bond Election THE STATE OF TEXAS, ) County of Lipscomb. ) Notice is hereby given that an election will be held on Satur- day, the 11th day of December, 1915, in Lipscomb Couuty and in the l'ottr commissioners' precincts thereof,and at the usual places for folding elections in said county, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

GOODWIN IN BREIF. Localized in Paragraph—Lates Doing's Caught on tae Fly. day with her brother, Mr Calhoon and wife. E. O. Miss Tena Sapotnic spent Sun- day with Miss Lydia Sell. Lydia Sell started to school Monday in German District. Glen Jackson spent Sunday at Mendota, Texas, with a lady friend. Mr. and Mrs. John Sell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. Mandalek. Frank Kolander arrived home after a thirty days stay i n Tangier, Okla. Sehoenhal's threshing machine is bnzzing around in this neigh- borhood again. The sale at Pshigoda's was well attended and everything brought a good price. Mra. Florence Jackson spent Sunday in Tangier, Okla., with her son, Eldon and wife. M ' " \ ■ ■ ■ - Mr and Mrs. Jacob Buech spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuf and family. • Misses Rosia and Marie Beh- rens spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Calhoon. Mrs. Crump and two sons, Bobert ard Johnnie, spent Satur- Our roadoverseer, R. H. Klein, fixed the roads, between Coh- mann's and Kolan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

AlAlfa News Motes. [TOO LATEIOR LAST WEEK. Mr. sick. * Hughes n very Heury literary met last Friday The bight. Tbe next literary will be Satur- day night. November 13. Miss BertTia Dutcher spent last Sunday with Miss Jessie Cook. The many frieuds of Mrs. Ben 0row are sorry to hear that she is worse. Miss Maitha Calv?6 speiit last Saturday night with Miss Lil- lian Dutcher. ^3^ Mr. R. ti. Moore is hom^ after an extended stay in Amnrillo and other places. Mr. Yal McCJaoahau has goDe to Southern and Eastern Texas to visit relatives ai>d friends. Those who attended the dance at Mr. Smith's,* near* Ochiltree last Saturday report a nice time. Mr. and Mrs. Calaway, Misses Perry, Whippo and Judge li. T. Correll, of Ochiltree, attended literary here last Friday night. Mr Correll made a very interesting talk after the program. In the round-up at Mr. Guy Wiedmei^K ranch last Monday Mr. Earl Fryer got his calves that he bought some time ago. Mr. S. R. Dutcher and wife, Messrs. Charlie and Fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

TV 1 • Valley Park. Miss Fannie Drake went to Hazelton, Kansas, Sunday for a visit. Mrs.'Celia Barton turned her calves over to Wright Bros. Monday. Mr. Joe Smiley returned to Yalley Park, this week from Wichita, Kan. Mr. H. E. Hoover and son, of Canadian, Texas, were at Yalley Park Sunday. Mr. Alex Barton "rounded up" and turned over his calves to Wright Bros. Monday. Mr. Ammon, a publisher ot school books, at i^ort WTorth, Texas, came with Mr. and Mrs. Fewkes. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Cessna also Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oliver, of Lipscomb, came out to Yalley Park, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Fewke?, of the Smithsonian Institute of Washing-ton, D. C., took dinner at Yalley Park Sunday. They came here to examine the Burried C on Mr. J. T. Fryer's ranch, ity ' j . Classified Wants $1.50. Chas. Bocher, Box '295, Shawnee, Okla. 194 Little liners under this depart- ment will run at the rate of 5c per issue. Cash to accompany copy. Six words to line. Initials or one number counted ame as word. " P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

m;, ill? ■' ¥ ? I ill Town and Country Notes if Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. $ A "Dick" Nail was iu from his ranch north of town last Satur- day. Jo n Glisan and Sam Hill were iD from Sand Creek Monday afternoon. Tommy Scott is in town this week assisting at the Bank of Lipscomb. If you know of a good item of news be sure there are others wh^would like to know it. Tell US Mrs. Clause Crouch, living north of town, was in the burg trading and visiting friends Tuesday. Since the road graders have pome to this end of the country there seems to be some little stir on the surface. Those cusses who are howling over the possibility of the re- sources of our co an try proving inadequate should go to work and help increase the produc- tion. Sid Burrau of ,1 Howlett and Co. , is now the possessor of a new Dodge which he got in Sat- urday evening. H« has the agency for this one. It is a real neat little car. * The C >mmisioDer4 Court met nrejiUr si;...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

■BE 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- f Most people often wonder if there is a store thai, could please th^m more than the one at which they are trading. . —' Most people at times think that if they could find such a store they would give it a trial. But many of thgm never find that store simply because they never get to the point of actually lock- 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 agnee with it. Just walk right through our door and you will be in the store you are looking for. W. R. TANDY Glazier, Te...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

p SUPPLEMENT UPSC01B LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1915 Gets on W rongr Glazier ban guae the limit; yes tiuiy we call it the. limit' i'hey are going to have a big picuic and baroecue there tomorrow, and tomorrow night a big dance which is alright, bat listen they have gent to Oklahoma ' ity for a colored Orcneatra to pity for them. A colored orohestra from another stale for music is'ut tbat cla^py. There are pos- sibly 300 orchestras in the Pan handle composed o f white people who can play anything from a fife to a pipe organ aud now Glazier ops and sends to Oklahoma for a l> u u c h o f "Coon#" We are goin^ to send Will Patton np after those Okla- homa niggers.—Miami Chief. a ma 11 e r brother? Have yon got the lead in a "horse fiddle orchestra" that yon have a nock coming on the Oklahoma City Glee Club which is the choice selection of Okla- homa City in a musical way and then furnished by the Messers John Allen and G. G. Chapmau, of Oklahoma City, demonstrators of the Bock Isla...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

\ LOCAL OVERFLOW. BP- w: m ? $&= M:;- '..-j" K&f The. meeting of the trustees last Saturday afternoon waa on« of more than usual interest and de- veloped into an organization of the University In terse hoi a^ti c League of which is another step toward advanced interest iu School matters throughout the county. At this meeting it was decided to have a field meet of two days to convene some time dur- ing tile month of April next. It is anticipated thatrjong before that time every strfiool in the county will be in thb organiza- tion, which as a matter of fact should be. It is educational in many ways as it promotes con tests in debate, declamation, spelling, essay writing and arithmetic besides atheletic and outdoor sports It is a good thing and Lime Light hopes that the schools of the county will get that interested that they will have the two bigest days of this kind they have ever had. Get in brother push 'er along. r Notice of Bond Eleetid'n. THE STATE OF TEXAS, ) County of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

SUPPLEMENT See Geo. H. Gc-rlach-Higgins LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT; 5^'g iKiiB * ____ _ I Ria.ins Be sure and see ihem THURSDAY, NOV. 11, 1915; before selling. LOCAL OVERFLOW. Mrs. F M Hsuw <o l wa-? in town Tuesday. There is nothing like if—ajgood frost in thmorning. Well now the time has come for our B. E. Sh utterly t^comm lire work on his new house at the ranch north of here- and last Tuesday morning Bert passed through town with a load of eamp effects to put in the time in regular old camp life while the work is proceeding. Elsewhere in this issue is the ad of our old time shoe men ler ' Shady" Martin who is now to be found at Witaker's old stand iu Glazier, where he will be pleased to meet up with as many of his old customers as ever Work is guaranteed by "Shady" and he is "there and owr" when it comes to trying to please Let us Hpntnd the coming winter mourns in devising wais and means of making next sum nier the most prosperous one in the agricultural history of t is community T...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 11 November 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

A - , JUi . m H*nOd—Vnl.4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1915 VOL i NO. 2 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County ft' > i^- Glimpse Into rror rese GOODWIN IN BREIF. Localized in Paragraph—Latest Doing's Caught on the Fly. Scenes of a $25,000.00 Court House and $75,000.00 Road Bond Elections Brought to View...Both in Great Need...To be Voted on Saturday, Dec. 11th. Looking into the mirror of the present there are many scenes which loom up and are of vital importance to every citizen of Lipscomb county. One scene coming up for your inspection is an old frame court house, a building long since served its purpose and should by all good rights be relegated to the rear and leave room for a mor^ appro- priate and beneficial building as the county's capital. A $25,000 bond election is called for Satur- day, December, 11th, for which, should the voters of the county feel so disposed can remove this eye ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT f 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 *obpy. Advertising rates 12^c per inch Ingle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. Valley Park. [too late for last week.] Some of the Yalley Parkites attended Fryer's dance last Fri- day. Mrs. A. Y. Gensen returned home from her trip to Oklahoma Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Wright visited re- latives in Canadian last week re- turning Thursday. Tom Lemaster passed, through Valley Park going to his ranch on upper Wolf Creek. W. E. Merydith will soon have his bungalow enclosed. They have finished shingling and are putting in the doors and win- dows. Dan Turner went to Lipscomb Saturday, \ Mrs. Eubank and son Dee ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

w ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY Alex Chapman was in from west of towu yesterday Geo Craig, living west of towu was a Lipscomb trader yesterday. Clarence Drape was iu from the noith C'Tiatry yesterday trading J. L. Pundt was iu from south west of town yesterday iattending to business matters, The fellow who is always look- ing for something for nothiug is himself au overgrown wad of nothing. Some men are continually harp ing on their virtues, but that's because the iest of the world is unable to see them. A fortune teller for a fifty cent fee will tell you how to get rich and yet live in poverty herself. Hang on to your fifty. Notice of Bond Election THE STATE OF TEXAS, ) County of Lipscomb. j Notice is hereby given that an election will be held on Satur- day. the 11th day of December, 1915, in Lipscomb County and in the four commissioners' precincts thereof,aud at the usual places for holding elections m said couuty, to wit: At the court house in the ,town of Lipscomb in precinct No. 1; at...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

Ife,; o Alfalfa News Notes. Mrs. R. H. Moore has moved back to Alfalfa. Mis. W Colviu has a brother and sister from Iowa visiting her. Mr. Yal McOlanahan went to Glazier last Thursday returning Friday. •" Mr. Charlie Plaunty went to Gage, Okla., to attend a wedding November 17. Fred Barton and Jess Groucher spent last Saturday night with the Dutcher boys. v Misses Lilly Dutcher, Bertha Dutcher and Maple Kelly called on J. Cook's last Sunday even- ing. • Last Wednesday we had a lit- tle snow. It was just enough to remind people that winter is here.- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Flatters of Arnett, Okla., yisited their old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Dutcher's last week. Thanksgiving is near and the people are looking ahead to the turkeys to be killed and pump- kin pies. . Messrs. Clarence, Frank and Will Dutcher went c^yoteing last Sunday evening and caught one coyote. Mr. Nealie Dutcher came home last Sunday from Oklahoma he has been for the past two and where one-half months. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Du...

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