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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 December 1915

LOCAL OVERFLOW. * " Keep four eVf OU LipSComb duriug the month of April, that'* the time set fox the First Annual Inter Scholastic Field Meet of Lipscomb county^ At a meeting held la^t Sat i rd a y at the Court Hoii.s d! the 11 us tees and teachers, c >inmi'tee8 wwie ap pointed to i« ok after mrauging grounds an.I securing public speakers of note. Tuis Luter- Scholastic inent which is billed to come nil' in Lipwcoujh is a step toward a h giier ptau-* o f educa tiou in our public schools as it gives the p.ipil something a little more t .• w >rk for tiian just what book learning sfaud-> for It gives the one of ability a medal of honor for the beat in v .rious studies such as spelling, cipher- ing, declnmation etc., besides awarding prizes of worth iu the Iiuh of physicial n.bi ity display- ed in poiato racing, throwing weights, etc Every school should take an interest in this affair as well as evorv parent, in the county The committees ap- pointed so fa' are striving with the...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 December 1915

§§liv\ > i — ler And Notice of Election. STATE OF TEXAS, f )ounty of Lipscomb. ) Whereas, oil the 13th day December, 1915, the petition twenty-eight freeholders of the hereinafter described subdivis- t ; t«n of Lipscomb county was pre- sented to the Commissioners' Coart £>f said Couuty, in wnich said Court w* asked to order an election for the purpose of enabi- - ing the freeholders of sai l sub- division to determine whether bogs, sheep and goats shall be permitted to run at large in said subdivision; and Whereas, said Court granted said petition and ordered said ion to be held on the 22ud j of January, 1916, in Commis- Cs' Precinct No. One of said mty particularly described le boundaries thereof being signed as follows: i Beginning at the Southwest of Lipscouio County, ice directly north along the west line oi said county, a distance ot about 15 miles, to tlie nortnwest coruer oi Action t>75, Block No. 4d oi id county, Inence direct- ly east, a distance ot about 19 miles,...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 December 1915

■ > H +4 1 11 IfUnHt'llHI l f and Country Notes ii Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. i i mm * i r+-MH J. B. Tor tiff, of Fifth Creek, was in Moud*y trailing. Commissioner Douglas was iu Higgius Tuesday on ousinesa W. R. Hiil was in fr« m north- west of town Tuesday morning Ross Paine was in from north- west of t >wn Tuesday moruiug. Finis Thrailkill was in from southeast of town Tuesday after- noon. - & • j Jess Bussard and H. H. Hurl- were in Glazier Tuesday tog-.. - * |g|g| g| j§ gj W. P. Cope was a Lips:omb visitor in town from northeast of here Monday. Sam Hunter and M. V Scott were iu fr<ftn southeast of town Monday f vening "; ' 'Keep your eye on Lipsc mb,'' is no telling what may hap in the next few years. . . " Mr. aud Mrs. Marve Mc- lald were in from northwest of town last Saturday trading Martin Bnssard is over from ^ius this week visiting with la parents, Mr. aud Mrs. J. 8. Bnssard. J, 8. Bas«ard & Sou's came in from ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 23 December 1915

T TOW £ AND COl/fcXRY Wheaty came in this t.o si Jj'iftk Creek «nd i as though he was looking lies" to distribute about on Christinas eve. T. McDonald and the in- Bob were in town this j from northwest of town pre sume they were look- ound with an idea toward Christmas purchases for folk. Paine came in from towu this morning )in' around in the strict with the vim *rs past, the cause for aected whirl of sprigiit is due to the neai i of Christmas and he is something "lr-ft iu by old Santa. ive been ordered and a am will have been in use ► many days at the Union ti. The proposition has up for some time to better conditions at tins of worship for some no definite arrangement made until today when lasiug committee turned ler over to C H. McKee It will be a great over the old system — „ been in use for so i will be greatly appreci those attending service* it. i is nothing in the public tnat counts more strongly courtesy, etiquet and good 3rs and the young person* ling these qualites gener...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

D Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 8 Official Paper of Lipsoomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Demise caused From Cancer of the* Stomach....A Faithful Offiicial and Highly Respected Citizen....Masonic and Odd Fellow Lodges Pay Respects. At 1:10 Wednesday momiug Jasper Millhollon, treasurer o Lipscomb county dies, 76 years *r of age, -cause cancer—of the st&mach. His illness bad lingered for about eight weeks before the end.; He was a hale and hearty gentlemen and out for the final cause of hi* demise would have lived several years. He had served for many years as County Treasurer of Lipscomb countv and was faithful to the last. During his time of labor as an oftiicial he had won the friendship of a host who will be gerieved to hear the news. He had "been a life long Chris- tian and was also a Mason of high standing besides a membei of Lipscomb Lodge No. 683, L O. O F. The funeral was h...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

_ .. ,?r. ... Ljmm -■ - v - \f ilsgN ''VV^' isj ? t3r mmmm aSgSi. *^r'^T" " :--f LIMELIGHT [8CRIPTI0N, THE YEAR, $1.00 _ ___ ied on Thwadaj Morning of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher s — itered as second-class matter, . 20, 1912, at the P°st" :e at Lipscomb, Texas, under te Act of Mafch 8, 1879. HI ^r|$i oation of for^gn advertisements |k Will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with asing rates 12£c per inch column measure; front ige 50c. Locals 5c per line. bHI, ANNOUNCEMENTS. HRSKiP?? V--- Pr-n ■ fmmci >R COUNTY ASSESSOR fco announce that I am a candidate office of county assessor, subjec to the : of the people at the election of Novem- ofcr suppor2 solicited LT^'tv W. F. Peugh. Hews Notes. . Dutcher ighting nome of Ute. has been (. • «?v- S£E$ "tk Cliff Balliug spent Christ- ie Dutcher boys. , -4 v l-jp- --^n Lilly spent the past two weeks with J T. Fryer. -I/*"- J -i , r Abbott spent Christ the Misses Dutchers, " '• '■ ••• •• ■ lapla Kelley • p e n t Chr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

V . ,-r—Jp mm FraMi ^,-48;' - SltB: C' - i Z £. I \ — LOCAL OVERFLOW. jlllsfe Geo. Ilex < us was in from uorth east of town yesterday. W. F. Peugh and Dr. Gutche, of Higgins were in town yester- day for a few hours. < Mr. ana Mrs. 8am Hunter aud family wer« in from southeast of towu this motning. Dr. F. N". Reynolds, of Miama. was in towo today attending the Jasper Millhollon funeral. The meeting of the (Community Club has heeu postponed until next Thutsdav January 14th. Hank Bunsnrd came in from Sbattuck, Ok la., yesterday even- ing with a load of freight. - . Rev. C. I. Beck, of Glazier, was ovejr today with a number of others in attendance at the funeral of County Treasurer Jasper Millhollon. T. L. Shahan left last Saturday evening for Clinton, Okalhoma. npon the receipt of a telegrim slating that his mother, Mrs E. A. Shahan was dangerously ill. Last reports coming from there that the lady now reaching in the neighborhood of 75 years is improving. The birth of a n ^w year ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

6=6-5= — Kemp Whispers. tis Has been quite a stormy ft snowed some Sunday it, Thursday and Friday was *•••- -it-- y Friday . night was sure a night, was-it not.' ^ost of us went t > bed i 1 the year of 1915 -and got up in the year of 1916. i-f ? 1 - A r, Lee Sims has been for the - !>'? ODe of our successful farmers in this part of the county. Mr. D. Key made a 4,. ip to Shattuck in his new car Tuesday and c une back Wednesday. U\ Key took Mr. Ware and tiis sister to Shattuck. Mr. Ware'-; sister was ou her way to Pittsfcurg, Penn3ylvan:a, to make her future home. Mr. Key said ther^ was the road to Le£ m\t las£ few days building a shed for sure some snow on his cattle That is right every new building that is in our neighoorhood helps the s of the county. 6 are informed that the rail- road bridge at Beaver is almost completed and the train will very shortly com^s clear into the town of Beaver instead pf stopping on other side of the river. The writer aud family wpre in- EVt#d to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

snfifS'. .-V - ?; -'-s?' ; ■ ~>f'v * 1^. =5 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Hi .-HI Iq another colnm i of this issue will be found the announcement of W. F Peugh for the office of County Assessor, su'ij^ct to the will of the people at th« election November next. Mr. Peugh is Tine amoug the old rasidents of Lipssomb county, having lived ill the neighborho ,d of 28 years within its border? and the greater part of that time being spent in the active purs nits of busi- ness in the commerical arena. He has daring his stay made the warm friendship of many through the different chan- nels of business transactions which have been found square. He is a gentleman of pleasant ways frhich are winning among the newly acquainted as well as the old It is not necessary to go into a long detail of his past as that is known to all as an open book. Should Mr. Peugh ~be that fortunate to be the head ore in the coming race for thaH offie e which will be staged in Novem- ber next the people can well put their trusi ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

r— of And Notice of Election. THE STATE OF TEXAS, ) County of Lipscomb. ) W hereas, oil tne l3th day December, 1915, tbe petition ut twenty-eight freeholders of the jtereinafter described subdivis- ion of Lipscomb county was pre- sented to the Commissioner^' Co a rt. of said Couutj, in wnich AiM pourt wrt& asked to order an election for the purpose oi enabl- ing tud fieeuoiders of said sub- division 10 determine whether hogs, sheep and goats shall be permitted to run at i&rge in said subdivision; and *v hereas, said Court granted ♦ Said petition jnnd ordered sai,d election to held on the 2<£nd day of January, 1916, in Commis sioners' frecinct No One of said County particahirly described ana tue boundaries thereof being desA^i.cd as loliowa: Beginning at the Southweou corner of Lipscomu County. iUence directly north, along tne west line 01 said couuty, a distance ot about 15 miles, to the northwest corner ot bection bio, Block No. 43 of said coutity< Tnegce direct- ly e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

Sg !'l l ,lnHl.l4yH'WfH'WI !■ "I"!1 ■!' ♦ ♦♦ ■!■ ■>' ■!* M <■ ■!■ ■!■ 'I1'!1 ■!■ ■ =; Town and Country Notes i[E ;« .• • 1 < (lathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. • •« . i m ♦ ■> ■!■ ♦ H'l1 4* ■>■4"1!1 ♦ 'H1 ■!■ ♦ ♦ ♦ 4"l"t 1 ■§■ i I <■ . Sam Hill whs Creek Monday. in fr >m Saud scbool building and when com- pleted will add greatly toward _ . j . /-V i • | better light. The men on the Jess Bussard autoed to Ochrl- . , , . ... , . Job have been hustling the thing tree v'sterdav morning. ,, , - . - & through as fast as goo 1 work can Jam^s W*y\t ■ was in from Saud done. Evfcrv effort possible Creek yesterday morning. yog W. J Keljey, of Higgins, was in town Tuesday afternoon. Newt blathers was in from west of town yesterday morning. Henry Frass, of Higgins, pass- ed through town Tuesday after- noon. N. H Baldwin was in town yesterday mornings Creek hading ~ Mrs. Claude Crooeii living is being used to get the work complete so ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

Wm TOWN AN D COUMB,\ of the reformer has out and desecrated the pie. Excise officials of view with horror the r of intoxrcation wh ch they rests within the mince pie, . decreed thit ia future ees of brandy shall be the detectable des We have no quarrel -with se officials of Colorado, if tbi* i-i not c *rryiug of ^prohibitory ^ fcoo far? ^Making a martyr of mince pie is striking pretty to home. It would give the 1 authorities power, for in- , to enter the nome, sample pie before the famm a chance at it and, if thej it especially delightful, to mn it and carry it away to eat it quietly and when they reached a se- spot. The authorities not ba blamed f >r Wiis, ex> luse.we bavo ail seen which no human could Its the family which has kick coming. * housewife knows that it necessary to put brandy in- pie"to make it appeal- palate. Others believe the brandy gives it a tang it could never attain witii- the use of alcohol. Oue cook explained the dif- between mince pie with that without ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

' ':-\ :. '•• 'y'-SSSi iSl SB1SI1I- ' , ~-a 1 M \ - & '•■•• *?$£ ■ U • #lg8Kgg3aBfl - > 5--v :- ' i-'"^ ——— ~ •- - ■ SUPPLEMENT W'-&i lfev WB m$rnm Wt!S[?&- £- { THURSDAY, JAN. 6, 1916. LOCAL OVERFLOW. Ouec upon a time there was a '•good lor-uotniug, wUo reiused to follow ilia iatner's trado oi ttioue-cutter and became a iuaier. Me was tab and ugly, witu a snori bull-neck, a round, bait! ueaU, thick lips, prouudiLg eyes alia snUO UU6C. lie bpeiil uis time talkiug, Willi vvuowsuever w >ulil listen to tiiui. He inspected no one, rich or poor. He loved a joke, weui . t arelooC aud aiiowovi ills clothes to become soiled. He spent most of his time drinking at tiie public drinking place. Finally he married, bat instead of reforming his ways, be contin ued. to loaf along the streets, talking, and refused to earn money to support himself and his wife. Frequently the woman could be seen leading liim through the streets by the ear, berating him soundly with her tongue, and f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 6 January 1916

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

HS Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 13, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 9 =«?= Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County Wsmt SBeS Good Roads are a Good Thing Now Could be Used by Every Farmer and Automobile Owner to Good Advantage....Why Not Propose a Bond Election for Road Building of $100,009.00. -Mr-,. m mm Wi # As tbe holidays have now pass- ed by and the little kiddies have been consoled with the good ihings handed oat by the man ■ ■ • . with big whiskers, its now a good time to turn attention to other matters of importance and one of tiie things which stands cut very prominently fv>r discus- sion among all kinds of folk is tbe rdads which for Lipscomb o^untyisas important a feature as any. Permanent roads in any country are an investment which yield a great deal more benefit for the dollar invested than nearly any other project to- ward building up and improving a country. Many a state has in the d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

yt , /3i LIME LIGHT * — ■ ■. - • UB8CRIPTION, THE YBAB, $1.00 «? v : on Thursday Mtrnnng of Each Week C. A SKAGGS, Publisher! aa second-class matter, fovember 30, 1912, at fcb© post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879, •••> In order to fgiaranlee tfoe publi- tation of forSgn adve^ijs^fnpnts It will be uecessary to feend either draft, check or money order with USs? vertising rates 12-Jc per inch column measure; front re 50c. Local« 5c per line. ANNOUNCEMENTS -- FOR COUNTY AaSESSOU - - i to announce that I am a candidate ? county assessor, subjec to the m. w. —— pie at the election of Novem- j next. Youf support solicited. W. p. Peugh. xtiurj. . v.'.. ■ —- FOK COUNTY TRBASUFER £ v.JV. f ' - «•*%. • 0 tlw yoteraof Lipscomb county:—Gentle - Ta. j*nnoui cing myself as a candidate office of county treasurer of your _ t Ibeg to say that I feel that I can meet >«est for office holding—I Know I am com- ent, t feel that I am worthy, and should 1 be pleaded to comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

§P?, |f|P ■ ■ >~ ■ WBm&i •' .. • GOODWIN IN BREif. Localized in Paragraph—Latest Doings aught on tie Fly. News is scarce nowadays. Mrs. Jack sou went to Bhattuck Monday to do some shopping. School opened again Monday morning after an two weeks vacation ami Mrs. Weimer arrived home last week from their trip to Gharlestin, Okla Jacob Weber left for his new home at ("layton, New Mexico, last Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Meier got home from their visit to Kansas ani Hitchcock, Okla. Misses Bosa and Marie Bebretft and brother Herman arrived home last Sunday morn- irg from their visit to Eastern Kansas. Mr Holtmann, a young broth- er of Bev. Holtmann, of Charles- ton, Okla., arrived here laat M<?nday for a visit with Mr. ancj Mrs. Mandalek and family. Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Anna Basch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Basch, and Mr. Jacob Dick of Texas, to take place Sunday Jan 16th We wish tlys young couple much luck in their wod- ded life. AH, [ WE ARE VER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

g|Sp Order And Notice of Election. THE STAT&OF TEXAS, ) County of Lipscomb. ) Whereas, on the 13fch day of. December, 1915, tbe petition of twenty-eight freeholders of the hereinafter described subdivis- ion of Mpscoatb county was pre- sented to the Commissioners' Court of said Oouut|, an wnich aid Court wa asked to order an election for tbe purpose oi enabl- ing tbe freenoiders of said sub- divisioa to determine whether hogs, sheep and goats shall Vf permitted to run at large in said subdivision; and W hereto, said Court granted said p< Btnion and ordered said to be held on the 22nd r, 1916, in 4k>mmis- tfrecinet No. One of said particularly described tlie boundaries thereof being Led a* follows: curlier of Lipscpmu County, directly north along ine oI Mid county, * ot about 15 miles, to the northwest corner of 675, Block No. 43 of anty. Thence direct* > •art, a distance of aboul > eection lines, to corner of fcfrcr t ot m$& block ^MF^ounty. Thence south asetion ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

llSP Alfalfa News Notes. mm Miss Kelley spent last Sunday with Mrs. Smith. Yal McLanahan has a saw car, a Grant "6." Geo. Seitz was in the Dutober home last Sunday. Mr. KeHey, of Higgins, was in our oommunity last Friday. S. R. Duteher made a business trip to Ochiltree last Friday. H * : ~ ->* 7 ■■ v* ' 4 .'••• Pete Pearson, agent for the | car, Grant "6" was in our midst last week. Miss Maple Kelley called on Mfs. Oook last Friday evening after school. Mr. and Mrs S. R Duteher and sons, Alva and Charlie went to La Kemp last Snnday. J*. ~ • f. * Mr, Charlie Dutohar did some carpenter work for Mr. Yal McLanahan the past week. Miss Ellison and, two little Glasgo girls called on Mrs. Grace McLanahan, one evening last week. On account of so much sickness since Christmas there has only been eight pupils attending siipil pr - ^ " ^ Misses Bertha and Lilly Dutch-, er-called on Mi*3 Colvin last Sat- urday evening and found. Miss Colvin and father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Will Colvin, sic...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

Jlli? i &gg£sf&i4i, ■ ■' Cat Creek. F. Vaughn was butcberiDg yesterday. # James Griffith is repairing fence today. Henry Mehlhop butchered bogs last Tuesday. Bei^ Eoberts is _ having work done no his well this week Bob and Bert "Miller made a business trip to Hig 'ins Tuesdav. Grover Crites and X)ra Authors went to Lipscomb today jn the 11 hw oar. , Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Cope auto- ed over near Lavern, Okla., one last week. - Tom Glasgow is delivering bis I'Mom corn to Glazier this we^k getting 185. and $105. Mr. and Mrs. Brovls and Mrs •/ t went to Shattnck last week lay in their new Bnick. John Bair finished trashing this week for J. R. Miller and Claude Crouch aud moved to W. 3. Spangles-on east Wolf Creek. Dentist. Having found a good business this vi.sii 1 shall come near one^ mouth from this date. My ad will appear in due time. Thank ing my patients for tJieir suppori and kindness, I remain Yours very truly, F. N. Reynolds, D D. S.- * Just as we are going to press we hear...

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