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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

♦♦♦It! Town and Country Notes! Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit'tfie Minds of Busy Readers. • « • M +4 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦I 'H'I '11 ♦ ■!■ ■!■ '!■ ■ ■ *■!'4 11 1 I I'M ■ W. P. Cope was in from north of town last Saturday trading. W. H. Bates was in from south- west of town lues lay inorniug. Earl Liuder « in fsom north- east of town Monday morning. Geo. Roberts was in from the ranch northeast of tovvu Tuesday morning. Boss Pain3, living nothwesfc of town, was iu from the ranch trading Tuesday. Marve McDonald whs a Lips- comb business visitor in from northwest of town Monday. N. H. Baldwin was in from Sand Creek Monday mingling among the business people Henry Mehlhop has been in form north of town this week act ing in the capacity of juror. J. B. Turner was in from Fifth Greek Tuesday shaking hands with his many Lipscomb friends. E. C. G^ay was among; the at toineys from Higgins having business at tbis term of Districts court. H. A. Basil ford aud Lester Simpson were in from west...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

— i 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 the11" stomachs if it were possible to improve tha quality of their Groceries without paying exhorbitant prices. Moat 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 fin'l that store simply because they never get to the point of actually lock- ing for it. THIS IS THE STORE ♦ V * 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 yon want to tone up that troublesome stomach by feeding it grooeries that agree with it. Just walk right through our door and you will be in the store you are looking for, W. R. TANDY Glazier,...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

ife- ■■JSr* m se Ivr- SUPPLEMBNT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THU11SDAY, NOV. 25, 1915 LOCAL OyERFLOW. This Term of District Cour apparently simmered down to one of the old timer? lasting only tvyo days ami a half to make a finish with Judge Frank Willis presid iug. • Jurors were in from all parts of the county, but as busi- ness was dispensed with in good cty'lft- there whs some rejoicing amolSg tht in when 'hey were re leased. Lipsc mo county .'1 ways was a good county and t is very easiiv oroved by no new bills appearing at this term. Banks official ttatement of the financial condition of the . BANK OF LIPSCOMB * at Lipscomb, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 10th day of Nov. 1915 published in the Lipscomb Lime Light, a news- paper printed and published at Lipscomb, State of Texas, on the 25th day of Nov. 1915. ( RESOURCES Loans and Discounts, perso.ial or collateral Loans, real estate Overdrafts Bonds and stocks Real Estate, (banking house t Other Real Estate Furniture and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

Ifl&M V ■ Christmas Suggestions From Lipscomb Drug Company LI PSCOflB, TEXAS For Dad For Mother For Sis For Brother For Sweetheart Box cigars Pipe Traveling sets Picture Pipe rack Cuff buttons Watch chain Watch fob Lodge pin Lodge Chatm Bill Book Pictures Toilet sets Sewing sets Casserole sets Book Magazines Fbrn Dishes IiiDgS Manicure S-.ts Toilet Sets Books Pins Pictures Jewel box Candy dewing sets Stationery Book Shaving set Traveling sets Pipe Box Cigars Cuff Buttons Pins Fob Stationery Book Box Candy Bins; Pin Fobs Necklaces Chains Toilet sets Manicure sets Bracle.t Perfume Toys For The Little Ones—Do Your Xmas Shopping Early - - whatever - There is These are dark days for the world. The shadow of the war is heavier than ever on all hearts. their sympathies, little exultation now even in victories, for we know at •< • what a price of blood and pain every victory is won. But there are many things besides war in the woiId. Except for our active imaginations, most of us wou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

fb^'* it • < *,~ - , - ir HS' >;•;• IP^bo -•> - ■'* rp "- v^V; ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY HP? Mr. and Mrs F. L. Parks were in from Cat Cre:'k Monday and Tuesday of this week shaking han^e with their friends. Attorneys N. P. Willis, Frank Willis and Hoover were in Lips- comb this week taking an active part ia District court proceed- ings. i District Attorney Reece Ewing, of Miama, was a legal light at- tending fc<> basiut^s at tbe court house during (bis season of tbe District court B. E. Shutteily and John Edgar taft for tbe ranch north of town Tuesday after a couple of days attending t > >tber bu* iaeH8 in the burg. When in Cauadian and want dentist work done call and see me in Tubb building, Dr. M. M. Meeks, Canadian, Texas. 48 Notice of Bond Election. THE STATE OF TEXAS, ) County of Lipscomb. ) Notice is hereby given that an election will be held on Sat- urday, the 11th day of Decem- ber, 1915, in Lipscomb County and in the four commissioners' precincts thereof a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 25 November 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 December 1915

e-3 sr , =A, i ±9 i dQ Herald Vol. 4. No. 12 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1915 VOL 4 NO. 3 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Another Picture in Lipscomb's Mirror Would a Merchant Put Stock of Goods on Display in the Present Court House or One Like it?"....Would a Transportation Go., Do With Present Roads?i December 11th—Saturday—is the time chosen for the import- ant feature to be pulled off in the election booths of the county. The voting the Court House and Road bonds, the Coart House $25,000 aad the roads $75,000. This will be the first time that the citizeus of Lipscomb County have been given the opportunity to decide whether or not that they want to be up aud coming with their sister counties or to sit in the same old rue,thai they have for ,mauy years p ist Every live aud conscientious ctizen of the. county to use his best judgement will go to the polls ou that day and vote fur both issues Bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 December 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT V SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 PdNbilished 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 ttngle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. The Stranger in Lipscomb. When a stranger finds it neces sary to spend Sunday in our town, he attends the evening service at the church. He may go to church for want of any other place of entertainment to visit Never theless he goes to church. He is from Kansas, Missouri, Iowa < r Pensylvania—fiom a pla^e where it is customary for large numbers of old and young people to at- tend religious serivices ancl where ' young pe ple customarily behave themselves daring the hour of worship. Beiug a stranger in Lipscomb, ou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 December 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. Don't overlook the fact thot wbeu it comes to being a healthy climate ibis part of Lipscomb county is "it" The air i«* pure, the water clear anrl plenty of it. An elegant site for a town of many thousand. With the natural resources that it has the time will come when .Lipscomb will be "it" more ways than one. As an agricultural and mixed farming country it succeeds when other parts of the country fail. It may look and i esemble a cake of ice from the distance but it always comes out with the cream while other places get the skim- med milk wh^n it comes to pro- duction of the goods. "Kill the goose that lays the 'golden egg," if you like. But save the egg THE STATE OF TEXAS, * County Notice of Bond Election of Lipscomb. } Notice is hereby given that an election will be LeJd on Satur- day, the 11th day of December, 1915, in Lipscomb County and in the four commissioners' precincts thereof,and at the usual places for holding elections in said county, tnwit,: At the court...

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

Alfalfa News Notes. "Why' do we keep -Thanksgiv- Asked little Goldenhairof me, Uoder a winter/ sky and not When summer's sunshine Is pouring floods or gold? Long! Long! years ago my darl- ing When thi3 country was new; The people had toiled all dav Felling trees and clearing the tores t. In this their homes were built And there crops were planted 1'ut one summer day a great storm Gome and destroyed all their crops In cold November their food was gone They had saved and hunger was In their faces, until one morning When the ground was white with snow Across the ocean they saw a ship Bringing them food. This is when they knelt on their kne '8 ~ And thanked God for their bless- ings. My dear, this is why, under a wihtery sky « Thanksgiving we keep." Literary meets again next Fri- day night. T. J. Fryer went to 'Mazier, Canadian and Miama last week. Mrs. Sibly and Miss Maple Kelley spent last Friday night with Mrs. Cook. Miss Martha Colviu has been home since last Wednesday to spend Than...

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

■s si - l _ _ i f H4WM4 T'HTT'M'tT H444 b++***'M M I lltef- m gSSV; M t % t J * - ' I ■ J I if: • * K Fife" r ~\ | m:~' a _ja&> H MMz* ~ &£* : GREUTTER'S Sal© at GREUTTER'S Having entered into a contract with successors to turn over to them on or before February I, 1916, the entire business of Greutter's Clothing & Shoe Store at a certain figure, we will place before the public our entire stock of On Saturday, December 4,1915, at ABSOLUTE COST—Nothing Reserved FOR CASH AND CASH ONLY ' -'Nr J. W. Greutter, the senior member of GREUTTER'S CLOTHING & SHOE STORE, will retire indefinitely from active business. This means that the public can purchase their fall Clothing. Shoes and Fur- nishing Goods at absolute cost, which means a great saving to all who takes advantage of this opportunity. Please bear in mind that we will back up every word in this advertisement and will give you an absolute * guarantee, you will save many DOLLARS if you attend this sale. Your hearty s...

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

in LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Earl Liuder was iu from north- east of t#wn yesterday. The fellow with the wise "noodle" will vote on December the 11th for both the Court Hous® and Road bonds J. K. Paifl£ came in from the northwest part of the county yes terday morning for the purposo of doing some "chuck" p\nchas- ing. W. J. Cessna, our well special- ise, has been a busy member in the eouutty the pabt few days getting things in shape for old Jack Frost. I The booster is out with his little rooster, but. just go the Court House and Road Bond on December 11th, then there will be a lot of rock to use the ham- mer of the knocker on. T. O. Payne, of the Sand Creek neighborhood came in yesterday afternoon from his ranch south- west of here and informed the the Lime Light representative that he had a fine time while at Pleasant Hill, Mo., visiting among old time neighbors friends. The social given by the Com- munity Club at the Union church on Thanksgiving evening was well attended by botii the young...

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

When in tiiggins trade at the lost pea pie are g||od to their stomachs when ey ike able to get Groceries that "make jrood." Mo« people would like t) be. be ter to thQir stomachs^if it were possible to improve th^ quality I of their G^jceries without paying exhorbiraut or ices. Most people often wonder if there is a store that eCHl^d plbajpthem more than the one at which they are traan 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 g-t to the ; oint of actually look- ing for it. THIS IS THE STORE such people fc re looking for ago and are still tradiag here, day by day and are themselve tomers of this store. Some found it years Others are finding it becoming steady cus- 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...

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

• %: Wi yV- PC-*- 'r . -t. .t. .>. .t. .t. .t. .t. -t. .t. .t. ♦. •- f..t. .t. .t. .t. ,t..t. .t.,trit. ,t. f. .t. ,t.,t,.% ,f,,y, |!| A TTttTtTtTtTttTTtTtvTTTtTtt V V *1* V V V '1 V * A V V V V V V V V V r V ~r ~r ^ ^ ji Town and Country Notes ff Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. t* ** ft W R Hil I w is in from north- west of towq Monday morning. R. M Stevenson was in from northaas't of town Monday. Geo. Craig was in from wes of to vn Tuesday afternoon trading. - Lee Allen was in from north- east of. town atteudiug to busi- ness here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Crouch, living north of towji were in the burg Tuesday trading. T. L. Shahan and aon Everett were in attendance at the W. B. Winter's sale in the southwestern part of the county. Mrs. F. M. Henwood left Mon- day morning for a visit to her old home in North Dakota, "aud will remain there until aftir the holi- On December the 11th do not forget to vote the Court House Bond and the Boad B...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 December 1915

«l; SUPPLEMENT liS IURSDAY, DEC. 2, 1915 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS M. Speyers was in from south- west of town today trading. People wanting photos, views and other things in a pictorial line should not overlook the new picture uaau who has an ad iu this weeks paper and will be here over Sunday. Lester Simpson came down from the ranch west of town t'> look after a few Christmas gifts we presume from the arm load of packages which looked some- what suspicious in the Santa Glaus line this morning. If only the good £ud pure in mind go to heaven, what is to be- come of the doctors, and the lawyars, and merchants, and editors, and bankers, and far- mers. and the rest of the common herd? And where, oh where, will the politicians go? • Iu the aucient days among the primitative red men it was custo- ~ marv to use "white twigs to elect, "black twigs" to reject but in moderen days the custom is to use a paper ballot instead. Try oae on Saturday, December thi 11th The court house and road bond propos...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 2 December 1915

i;y Mp| gfsS^; W' m 1 .. ! ► !l ■ •' V I V V V V V A • V I * V**" "*"*•" '•" '•' "•"•"• VV <6 «• 1**i®*r V • • • "®i l'®i'®|' v•J*t %• '1 i i i * " " i T i Christmas Suggestions From Lipscomb Drug Company LIPSCOHB, TEXAS . «► %-K o y-ftlk' •'•- *i::. :x: For Dad V ' - •' ' For Mother For Sis For Brother For Sweetheart f * ..- r , Box cigarg Pipe Traveling sets Picture Pipe rack Cuff buttons Watch chain Watch fob Lodge pin Lodge Charm Bill Book Pictures Toilet sets Sewing sets Casserole sets Book - Magazines Fern Dishes Bings Manicure Bsts Toilet Sets Books Pins Piotures Jewel box Oandy 'Sewing sets Stationery Book Shaving set Traveling sets Pipe Box Cigars Cuff Buttons Pins Fob Stationery Book Box Candy Ring Pin Fobs Necklaces Chains Toilet sets Manicure sets Braclet Perfume : :| (1 . Toys For The Little Ones—Do Your Xmas ' ' I U I ♦ 111 I'l'I^H I IIIIIIII 'II ■l"H"|"Hil"H'l' il'i HUHi I l-flil IKS2SI SSs ■••slsiflir •-. -jj.'.f i- M •K2*s®9'.ca wa«aa r.— —*¥ II?.-';: .. —^ Shopp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 December 1915

Sr^ rJPF- • Jpkt5 S-'V -■■ •-.. a rSHeISe? :V Herald—Vol. 4 No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEO. 9, 1915 VOL 4 NO. 4 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas=—Devoted to the Interests of Lipsoomb and Lipscomb County ' u Important Propositions up for the Voters Consideration.... Both Are Necessities for the, Betterment of Condi- tions and Advancement of Lipscomb county. The House mmm last before the eventful comes op—the Court and Road L?ond election"^ occur on this coming Sat- ecember llth—-these^two ions are vital points for ideration of every well voter within tnebouid- of our illustrious county, n uat«> the most thought- linker there should be an awakened for tne better- ; of tbe the present cdndi- •of our Court House and . both of which need ad- to compete with ihe now. The Court House is nothing more than an shell, suitable more fox' a iry than a place to ' terms of court in with its old hardttacked es as a means of sitting an ience duriog trial in the cour...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 December 1915

-;t.> ; if ■ ? . • • - •- ^W&g3gg%Sm KsfrwgS^BBL- •jsSms LIMELIGHT *, THE YEAR, $1.00 isEed on Thursday Morning of Each "Week yrr.— C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee tbe pufeli- oation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates 12£c per inch flfogle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. B • Wedded Hearts. Last Sunday morning, so crisp, huony, and glorious was a beautiful time for the culmma^ tion of the happy courtship of if well known and respected in Bob Wilson and his^ m bride, the capable Miss Miller. response to invitations several days previous, a host of friends gathered at the Cope School House and at 11. a. m. witnessed the impressively solemn ceremony which bound devoted lives as one. there followed heatry congratulations and good wishes for the success...

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

!«££!&£ safe* i -iSA K /__ t " ! ^Pb . . -"V ■■ .■'•• .. .- - -.- ■■■PVI'^-il 11 -' HI J'*n: ; m Wm, - ■ LOCAL OVERFLOW. Ernest Speyers who has been at Forgan, Okla., for the past year running a moving picture sht^a greater p<rt of the time arrived iu oar midst th is morn- ing an i will retn-iin bare for a time until he decides on what he will do. A graud ball at the I. O. O. F. Hail will be given on Friday evening. Dee. 24. There will be good masic and compete) t fl<>or managers present to look after the wants of those attending. A good time is anticipated as there will be no pains spared to make it pleasant for nil lovers of the ball room. Should the old tow a'organize a Commerical club it would $e the commencing of doing something. 11 would mean a lot in many ways toward the town's future success. .Nearly every town that is up and doing has aa organisation of tnat kind. The towns that are forging ahead nearly everyone is lined up in that way. Notice of Sale of Real E...

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

afe; Alfalfa NewsNotes. is progressing Our school ly. A nice crowd attended Literary last Friday night. Everyone has been enjoying the beautiful November days. Mr. McChain is painting and papering this week for Mr. J. Cook. Bliss Maple Kelly spent last Sunday evening with Mrs. Smith. Mr. T. J. Trycr and son, Mr. 'ISarl,returned from Canadian last Thursday with some cattle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank fforton spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. VaJ. McLannahon. The people who attended the dance at Mr. S. It, Dufcchers' last Saturday night reported a good time. Mr. Cline, Mrs. Oolvin and Mrs. McBeth called on Mr. and Mrs. Si Smith late Sunday after- noon. The Presilla met with Miss Bertha Buther's last Saturday. Miss Ada McLannahan next Bat- - Mr. Fred Bowers and sister, Miss Lillian are visiting their brother, Mr. Alva Bowers, of the Cron district. Mr. Alva Bowers thrashed at Messers S. II. Dutcher, Chas and Geo. JacksDn last week and he's thrashing at Mr. Newbiok's. Mr. and Mis. Bert Du...

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