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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 December 1915

:'a'^ fea®? GOODWIN IN BREIF. __ Localized in Paragraph—Latest Doing's Caught on tae Fiy. Wr " life Frank K )lauder of Tangier spent Suuduy with homefolks. '- V 9 Adam Bender is the otvner of a new automobile. Mrs. Carver called on Mrs. Kolander last S iturd ly a fter- noon. Emanuel Miesner is rjdiug in a brand new bug^y ''look out girls." Miss Anna 13meh ^p^nt Satur- day with ber sister Esther at JJenc^er's. Mr. Pshigodaof Alva, Okla., is in this neighborhood taking oare care of his crops. Mr, and Mrs Eldou Jaoksou of Tangier,Okla.,spent Sunday with homefoks, on their way to their new home at Hoover, Texas. The piespper at Mias Sapotnics school Saturday nighthfe was well attended, Miss tiarie Behrens* Won the cakv, for baing the most popular young lady. "Quite a few of our young peo- ple gathered at Mr and Mis Man dalek's hom- Siuday evening and all report having a good lime by playing ' outdoor and parlor games. Julius Bell and John Behrens came down from Lipscomb last Saturday to...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 December 1915

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

■ . - - " 3£H -• / ••£§ mm . •-;- '' , '• •:. ••••• •. HH iij Town and Country Notes Bj =*$ ** Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds pf Busy Readers. |f S*-"- S§Sf Come out tf> the school meet- ing tomorrow evening. Commissioner * Hill was i n form northwest of tftwn I'uesday. P. R. Wheatly came in from his ranch northwest of town Tuesday. # -F. M. Hecrwood was in from southwest of town Saturday morning Attorneys Gr.iy and Atkins, of Higg ns. toere over attending -county court the first^f the week, M J. B. Kuhn returned from Arlington, Kansa^hst Saturday where he has been ror;the past year. Mrs. O. F. Gragg left the first of the week for Watonga, Okla., to visit witVrelativ.es duriug the holid ays. Baird Prater fflid G#> Zimmer- man returne i Tuesday afternoon from Glazier where they went after freight. There will be a box supper at the Cope School House on Satur- day ni^ht, Dec 11 Everybody is cordially invited. Marve McDonald and Geo. Winters were in from no...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 December 1915

V? $q*S>^ — r' > ■; ■^....-ix- - —— %> tm \ ,.-. j • -£t ,v ®lra3| - w> More V X m v LESS MONEY Candidly, we do not know how to write a truthful advertisement that will appeal more strongly to your good sense than the above six words. We offer you exactly what we state in those two lines. If you are one of our custom- ers you know it. If you are not a customer a few trial orders will convince you. We Sell Only High Grade Groceries W. R. TANDY . -■ . - Glazier, Texas ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY ^ht a whole ysar at the Berlin Millhollon and Mr. and and Mrs. Jasper Millhollon auto- ed over to Higgins Saturday afternoon. F, M. Henwood was in from southwest of town Saturday after- noon mingling among the busi- ness folks for a while. Lipseomb needs more money for her school work—-come Opt to the meeting tomorrowN^ifrtri and learn something worth jwmle. There will be a meeting at the Court House Friday evening for the purpose of ojKte more raising monej\t^ Extend the school term to...

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

gssi"1. ' " ? :• :Wwm SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1915 LOCAL OVERFLOW. Open up your pocket Old Santa wants h s toll. book. Gene Hill was in from the Sand Creek country this morning. M. D. Harrington of the Sand Creek neighborhood was in town .today. Chas Lynch and Dave Wright were in from oast of town attend- ing to business Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marve McDonald drove in from the ranch north . west of town last Saturday-after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Crouch were in from northeast of town Tuesday visiting with friends and trading. Bought at home, used at home, money at home, and it's good for the home. Boost for the home, brother, boost for the home! M. Speyers, one of our well-to-do farmers living south- east of town left yesterday morn in^ior a few days outing in Colorado. Malary English, an old friend of the Lime Light editor, of Oklahoma City, was in town the first of the week for twojor three days atteuding to business of dif- ferent kinds. It will do good...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 December 1915

•"V 'vv 'I* >!• •!• •X" 'I1 414* SpPi£<i 21 Christmas Suggestions Fron Lipscomb Drug Company LI PSCOHB, TEXAS For Dad Box cigars Pipe Traveling sets Picture Pipe rack Cuff buttons Watch chain Watch fob Lodge pin Lodge Chaim Bill Book For Mother Pictures Toil et sets Sewing sets Casserole sets Book Magazines Fern Dishes For Sis RlDgS Maui cure Sc.ts Toilet Sets Books Pius Pictures Jewel box Candy Sewing sets Stationery For Brother Book Shaving set Traveling sets Pipe Box Cigars Cuff Buttons Pins Fob Stationery For Sweetheart Book Box Candy Ring; Pin - Fobs Necklaces Chains Toilet sets Manicure sets Braclet Perfume Toys For The Little Ones—Do Your Xmas Shopping Early LOCAL OVERFbQW. Subscribe for Lime Light. The man with a backbone has littla use for a wishbone. A good word is like a gold nugget; its value never giows Glen Turner was in from the ranch northwest of town yester- day. When a mau puts his property in his wife's name other people begin to wonder who it really belongs...

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

SUPPLEMENT LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1915 Interscholastic Meet. . The County Board of Educa- tion do not desire to make apoli- gies for encouragement of the lute* Scholastic movement iu Lipscomb county. The taking up of this work, is only what th■* most progressive counties iu our plate are. doiug, and thev, the board, are sura that the people of this county waut to be in the ciass of the most progressive. It is the d«sire of the Board of Education and Director Geuerals to make this meet at Lipscomb, April 6th and 7th, not only en- joyable, but instructive and an inscentive for better education. The athletic division will |be entertainment during the day and contests in spelling, ciphering, reading of the winning essays, declamation contests, and de- bates will furnish an instructive and entertaiuiug evening. In addition good speakers out of the county shall be secured EVERY TEACHER AND SCHOOL TRUSTEE in the county, this excludes none, are expected to be present in Lip- s...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 9 December 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 December 1915

- ■ , I.. -. aJlf 1 I IMF , SHi , II I Ml , II , d9 . X i S^9 I i S^i Sttwdd-Vol. 4. No. 12 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, DEI 16, 1915 VOL 4 NO. 5 K-=k _ Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County House Bond Election Road Bonds Were Turned Down by Small Majority in County...Lipscomb PrecinctuMakes Good"on Both ....Higgins 56 to 58 For Court House. Saturday Dec lltfi^ the bond election day is a thing/of the pastr and with it was the decision of the Lipscomb county voters for a better court house—the $25,000 Bond issue carrying in the coun- ty l>y a majority of 45 while the Road Bonds received a knock- out blow in the county by the very s nail vote of nineteen. « The towu of Higgins showed j its loyalty to' the Court House, proposition by giving a vote of 56 for to 58 against. In Precinct 1, the vote went as follows; For the Court House, 71; against, 11. For the Road Bonds, 56; against, 24. ; • As yet the other pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 16 December 1915

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week : —~ — —— 0. A SKAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 8, 1879. 5 In order to jmaraniee ttje_|rubfi - iation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, ohepk or money order with copy. * Advertising rates 12£c per inch •ogle column measure; front page 50c. Locals 5c per line. One of the things to be great- ly regretted at the recent elect- j ion is the fact that the $75,000.00 bond election for good roads fail* ed by a small vote. The county has been in need of monev to put the roads in shape for some time. Yarious 'ways and means have been used to that point and the only practical way was through the bond issue system which is practiced in almost every state in thi* Union and at the same-time nearly every other county in the Lone Star State itself to attain this point of sati...

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

lis? LOCAL OVERFLOW. IMiiWijlttii Dr. C. A Nnwlaud returned Tuesday owning fron* Chicago where he has l>-en for the past weeks taki.jg a post graduate irne and uiiu. ling among the elite A the profession Mrs. Luvreucti Porter, of southwest lowu left M>uday morning |oi Turkey, * Texas, rhere she will visit a fetfdav* with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. . Biackshire. Wp hope ^very person in this town and this whole community will be eating tnrfcey on Christ- mas d-. y Some may uot' eare for turke v as well as for a good chicken, but\ we hope they lean up a turkey just the same.' We have come in look upou Christmas as a national turkey ilaf, and we don't know of " any- thing in the Led line that makes the average felloV feel quite so good as the knowledge that he is ving the picked bones of a fine ;e turkey behind him. So 'si hoping the turkey graces n table. of Sale of Real Estate. WE ARE VERY mi , STATE OF lot ' TEXAS, Lipscomb. Easton Shd ] G. Van Horn, j Plaiu tiffs, vs. No....

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

'} 1PK s 1H It £ ep And Notice of Election. ATE OF TEXAS, unty of Lipscomb, Whereas, on the 13th.day of amber, 1915, the petition of enty-eight freeholders of the einafter described subdi vis- n of Lipscomb county was pre- inted to the Commissioners' art of said County, iu wnich d Court wa§ asked to order an ection for the purpose of enabl the freeholders of said sub- visiou to determine whether hogs, sheep and goats shall be permitted to ruu at large in said Subdivision; and Whereas, said Court granted gaid petition and ordered said election to be held on the 22nd day of January/1916, in Commis Moners' Precinct jfto. One oi saiu unty particularly described d the boundaries thereof being esigied as loiions: inning at" the ^Southwest corner of Lipscomo County. Thence directly north along the west line oi said county, a distance ot aouut lo nines, to tne nortnwept comer of Section 67o, liiuck No. 4o ot saiu county, i'liencc direct- ly east, a distance ot about 19 mites, on seotion lin...

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

«— GOODWIN IN BREIF Localized in Paragraph—Latest Doings Caught on t le Fly Jacob Weber is on the sick list. Mr. Carver made a ftyiug trip to Glazier last Suinla> uight. M 88 Mildred Jaeksou is re covering from her recent Illuees. John Sell and family spent Snndav with Mr. aud Mrs. Man daleks. Mrs Crump aud Mrs. Culhoon called at the Behreus home Sat- urday evening. Alex Bay is building him a fine new residence, Gus Paukratz being the carpenter. Miss Esther Busch spent a few days 1^ week with .her sis- ter, Mrs Prn^gar, at Higgins. Mr. Milligan came down from the farm to spend several weeks with his family in Good,win. Mrs. Crump and her two boys, of Shattnck spent Saturdav jnd Sunday with her brother, E. O. Calhoon and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Koepke who spent three weeks with her par- ents, Mr and Mrs. Mandalek, left Mouday for, Charljston, Okla., to visit her sister a few days bef"r returning to their Home in Iowa. Call for SNOW WHITE flour made by the GERLACH-HIG- GINS MILLING ...

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

— .1 Christmas Suggestions From Lipscomb Drug Company LI PSCOflB, TEXAS For Dad Box cigars Pipe Traveling sets Picture Pipe rack Cuff buttons W itcb chain Watch fob Lodge pin Lodge Cbaini - Bill Book For Mother Pi ctures T < > i 1j i sets Sewi i g sets Casserole- sets B« o Magazines Fern Dishes For Sis •I" * ! * 1 * : 4-1 J i * i •*> ❖ ❖ For Brother i For Sweetheart * Rings Manicure Bits Toilet Sets Books Pius Pictures Jewel box r'aiidy Hewing sets Stationery Book Shaving set Traveling sets Pipe Box Cigars Cuff Buttons Pins Fob Stationery Book t Box Candy King Pin Fobs Necklaces Chains Toilet sets Manicure sets Braclet Perfume Toys For The Little Cites—Do Your Xmas Shopping Early Un-official Returns Lipscouib Precinct — For Court House, 71; against 11. For Roads 55; against, 24. Higgins Precinct—For Court House, 56; against .58. For roads, 69; against road 44, Mammoth Precfnct—For Court house, 11; against 19 For Roads, 16; against 15 Second Creek Precinct — For Court House,...

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

ppifi p l-i'* - go. 1 Town and Country Notes j| Gathered Mere and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. BUY A METAL GRAIN BIN P. R. Wbeatlj was iu from Fifth Creek Monday. N N. Flatherd was in from west of town yesterday morning trading. John L Pundt living southwest of here was a Lipscomb visitor , yesterday. Alex Chapman was a gas pur- chase in town yesterday from west of here. Gus. Mehlhop> was in from northeast of town trading yester- day morning. T. O. Payne was a Lipscomb visitor in from the Sand Creek neighborhood Monday. Oar W. J. Cessna has again resurected a buzz wagon and goes a whizzing up the street as of old. Don't overlook the fact that Lipscomb county needs better roads just as bad as they ever did. Good roads are money in the farmer's pocket book. T. J. Rt asoner, of Glazier, was over here Monday shaking hands with his many friends who were pleaded to see him and while here also sold his Lipscomb property to H. H. Hurl hey. Rev. O F. Gragg wishes ...

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

■BHSBSSBEE Get More PAY LESS MONEY Candidly, we do not know how to write a truthful advertisement that will appeal more strongly to your good sense than the above six words. We offer you exactly what we state in those two lines. If you are one of our custom- ers you know it. If you are not a customer a few trial orders will convince you. . We Sell Only High Grade Groceries W. R. TANDY . * Glazier, Texas ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY ADVERTISING OF INTEREST, * Wyatt Hagan and Best Man on the Road Mosher,of the Hagan & Doty Oil Co., of Shattuck, Okla., passed through here Tues- day en route to Yally Park on business and -visited for a time with the Lime Light editor who ■was highly pleased to acknow- ledge a call from this bunch of hustlers. Fortunately one thing that Lime Light has been a strong supporter of was the $25,000 Court House Bonds and which carried by good majori- ties at the recent election. A new Court House will be built in our old town and county to take the place of the ...

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

pi; SEll , H m ' Herald Vol. 4. No. 12 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1915 VOL 4 NO. 6 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Lnterests of Lipscomb aud Lipscomb County Old Santa Claus On Way to Lipscomb A Christmas Tree Loaded With Good Things For the Little Folks...Mothers and Teachers Been a Busy Lot Preparing the Tree for Occasion. Once rilore the time Las rolled around tbat old Santa makes his, annual trip into these parts. It is to be hoped when the sun rises iu the east on the morn- iug after liis arrival that many glftd Imparts will be basking in the light < f n happier time, that iriany mothers will be pleaded with the receipts of the day and tha fath will smile with a gleam of g eUuess more stronger and nobler than ever. Lipscomb this year '.vill be dressed in her gaudy holiday at- tire. The little ones will be re- velling in the goodies handed to them by Old Sauta at the Uuion Chutch where an ample ami well filled tree will be loade...

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

Mi LIPSCOMB LIMB LIGHT SUBSCRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 I Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week C. A. 8KAGGS, Publisher Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at tire post- I office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3^1879. In order to ^ — ^ — oafcion 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. I I ■HSjtS v. LaKemp Whispers Saturday was a busy day in LaKemp everybody were buying Christmas goods. Mr. Thomas Mounsey has been busy this week building a new granary on his farm suutii of Lafitemp. Mr. I. N. Edwards aud wife, "Mr Edd Lehman aud Mr. i/tw. Sieffin have gone to soutn Texas for a big hunt aud to spend Christmas. • 1 ' - 1 We are informed that the rail- road bridge at Braver Oity is n^aring completion and tne depot is almost done. It sure begins to look like B raver City would get a railroad in the near future...

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

LOCAL OVERFLOW. Mrs. Finis Thrailkill, was iu from southeast <,f town doing Christmas shopping today. Ed. Ha diu went iuto Riggins Tuesday and eaine out ou the mail car, Mr Owen taking a vaca- tion daring the holidays. L A OUrkson. of Lip^eomb county w,ts a trader in town the last of the week. Mr. Clarkson lives over in the uorthwest part of Lipscomb couuty anil is one of the prosperous farm ranchers of that section. He comes to Shat- tuck quite frequently and is well pleased with our town.—Shattuek (Okla.) Monitor « Should Lipscomb have an at- tendance at dhurch as in other places and have the attention of the congregrtion drawn toward the pulpit in the place of the rear end as many times does occur. It would be a bettej Lipscomb and there would be better men and women and better boys and girls. The house of the curtain ed windows does no harm to the most fastidious while soma times the right word drops which often changes one's future life for better and greater things. Call fo...

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

ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY G. S Trotman was iD from Sand Creek yesterday. He who profits by the mistakes bf others will make less mistakes himself for others to profit by. Aad now the dear "little arist- ocratic bright-eyes are wearing far boas on th*ir booties. Oh, my! A few more days and we will bs ushering in a new year to ble*8 and a new grist oi bills to cuss. "Flirting in police cell," is the latest word from Chicago. You just can't keep some hearts from galloping. H. A. Hill, of Sand Creek, brought in the Christmas tree this morning from six miles west of Valley Park. Hiram Clark and \1 L. Bobo ware in from Shadelan i yester- day attending to business in the down town districts. When you boost for home you boost for the place closast to you is the'greatest place on earth. So be a booster. -*V. ■ The practical utility of the wireless has at last been clearly dempnptrated. It kept us in daily touch with His fordship. On account of the holidays being on JLime Light's numerous report...

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