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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

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Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

3^3 SJIEIS©?- :|fcvii 4. r ■ -V; $5K§| ■ ?$S fc*r- 6s ABOUT TOWN AND COUNTRY - .j "-• .. .- .vV.._ Elsewhere in this issue appears the annoucement of O. F. Gragg, for the office of county treasurer. Mr. Gragg is an elderly gentle- men of a true clean character having been resident, pastor oi the Baptist denomination at this place for more than two year* in which he has served well and gained the friendship and high esteem of his members as well as those of other creeds and faiths. Should he be chosen at thecoma ing November election to fill the place he is seeking the good people can rest assured that if honesty and ability are the qualifications Necessary to handle the office properly he is fortunate in possessing them. He is wel| known having lived in the county for some years and those of the old days who are among his acquaintances have every„ confidence in him. Road Notice to Non-Resident Land Owners. ss. is. •*. U.' m On account of the cold weather this mdrning the mail hack w...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

:.; .i- :'y % 7. -;v* -1 '• : sS as fe,v .. - . r - ■ M '■ ... ~- ';Vvv'" _ *C' v>- ! = SUPPLEMENT LIMELIGHT -as.. , JAN. 13, 1916. KB S«s 23s? P* ■ ■■ Ti- LOCAL OVERFLOW. F. M. Henwood, of sonth- of town and the Misses and Nail, of Higgins, friends who jyere gnests at the Heuwood home paid the Lime Light office a pleasant call _ y/^x: .. ■0r '% ■'*£'•? •< W: pPWMpWi . Mrs. Collins left ibis morning ^ -for Dallas where she will be for -a few days visiting with friends attending to business there. ' = Banks official statement of the financial condition of the *TI I HIT 1 I JK M If - * - -b, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 3lst d y of Dec. 1915 published in the Lipscomb Lime Light, a news- paper printed and published at Lipscomb, State of Texas, on the 13th day of Jan. ■ resources collateral ^ ansf real estate Overaraiw persojftl or r— 4 'I1 'I141 ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ • "I1 • FOR 15 DAYS Commencing Saturday, January 8th and closing: i Saturday, January 22nd, 1916. We will...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 13 January 1916

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

liiiipP o M -1 ~'w39 19 EWald—Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN. 20, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 10 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and I/ipsoomb Oonnty J PSi ;tter Roads are V ■ mm r~< in Great Demand £t- ",V —r . Lipscomb County Needs Them Badly on the Main Travel- ed Highways in Transporting Bountiful Crop Yield s to Railroad and Auto Man Nfceds Them. r : m Good roads! Sure thing. That is one of the topics which has occupied the heads of some of the most intellectual minds in the county, and why not have them? Is Lipscomb county watered with its some twenty- five different streams, its fine acres of tillable soil and herds ' of thoroughbred ctattle; its coun- try homes of magnificence and its people of hale and heaty men and women inferior to those of other countys in the states? Can it be that Lipscomb couifty with all its wealth of health and pros perity, its .^gteatness of wheat, kafir and other crop yields,a slow...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

TION, THE YBAR, $1.00 MtjririDg on Thar f Each W P * , 0>- " i Publisher u l as second-class matter, tber 20, 1912, at the post- Lip^comb, lexas, under of March 3, 1879. ,i.u kjx Jer to i- oation of foreign advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check'or money order with u mn rates 12Jc per inch measure; front duc. Locals 5c per line. CEMENTS shte TY ASSESSOR ' > • I &m a candidate t assessor, subjec to the the people at the election of Novera- ct. Your support solicited. W. P. Peugh. COUNTY TREASURER Jo tha voter3 of LipscoipbcountyGentle men: In announcing my«elf as a candidate •the office of county treasurer your r, I beg to say that I feel that I can meet . for office holding—I know I am com- it, T feel that I am worthy, and should pleased to commit this trust to mv omise that your county funds -hall tepc with scrupulous care and honesty, Respectfully, _ O. F. Gragg. LaKemu Whispers. Mitchell was a LaKemp >r last Saturday. 5 ' - . •'V*, -- * os. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

0^-- . \ ;-, .. . ^ . . V,i- a>' e- 111® Scenes on The Stage. and more theatrical pro- are turning to tlie small i for stage material, with tbe thai more homely, more far more interesting are being offered. The old of the 4 'rubfe," tbe "town >le" ami the "postmas have passed with their im- urlesques, and in their have come real characters r - real scenes, which, as a con- ce, result in human, life- prod actions. One of the ambitions as well as de- ||§|pu'*ieal productions ol easou along these lines is planned by William Elliott, who will bring out in the spring „ Drop Inn/' composed Baldwin Sloane, with b by Percival .Knight and n E. Hazzard. These three ipfew L/C i names, so well known on ng sta^e, are not less in the field of dramatic especially-^! hat lof Mr. some rbtful scores tbe ic has heard. A of the arrangement HHSffepthree authors will ap- in the cast i the piece is produced. In >rt William Elliott {% the best company Ing a popu lat- itat now appearing in a produc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

• .fi of i e \ Order And Notice of Election. THE STATE OF TEXAS, ) Oounty of Lipscomb. ) Whereas, on the 13th day December, 1915, the petition twenty-eight freeholders of tn< hereinafter described subdi vis- ion of Lipscomb county was pre- sented to the Commissioners' Opart of said County, in wnich a id Court was asked, to order an election for the j>urj^>se oi enabl- ing the freeholders of said snb- divisiou to determine whether hogs, sheep and goats shall be permitted to run ab large in said subdivision; and Whereas, said Court granted petition and ordered said iPto be held on the 22nd of January, 1916, in Oommis sioners* Precinct No. One of said Gouuty particularly described and the boundaries thereof being 1 y '<w '/ designed as follows: * Beginning at the South we&i corner of Lipscomb County. ' Thence directly north along the west line oi said county, f a distance of about 15 miles, < to the northwest comer of ; Bectioii >675, Block No. 43 of said county. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

LOCAL PARAGRAPHS '••• Wii m m Dade Bussard came in last night from Glazier with a load of freight. Duriug the week severalform- ers have mov 'd onto ranches around here to the frorft* and west. Differeufc loads of furni- ture and trapping* have went through, The past week has bee* a busy one in Lipscomb business circles, J. Hewlett & Co., Sbahau <fc Sons and the Lipscomb Drag Store hare been on the invoice game all ARE VERY BUSY And have been all the time since we opened our lumberyard. THERE IS A REASON. The people appreciate the fact that we have reduced the price from 25 to 50 per cent and we propose to keep the prices down to where, they belong, so our ncople can build homes and develop this great and growing "country. and are partly" through Several new clerks have been on the job and lamp oil has burned into the late hours. As to whether there has been any | Rockefellow fortunes made we are not sure bat after the job is over we anticipate a fair profit has been made upo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

5$gj A Wayward Tongue. The chairman of the committee was addressing a meeting at a teacher's institute: "My friends,the school-work is the bulhouse of civilization, I mean—ah—" He began to feel frightened. "The bulbou^e is t he school- work of civ—" The smile could be felt. ^ "The workhouse is the bul- scbool of—" a M . He was eviveatly twisted. "The schoolbul is the house- work—" An audable snigger spread over the audience. " Che bulschool—99 He was gettiDg wild. So were his hearers. He mopped his per- spiration, gritted his teeth, anfcl made a fresh start. "The schoolhouse, my friends Bgjjjgg i^J\ li-j. ■Mf*] A sigh of relief went up. Ham- let was himself again! H e gazed serenely around. The light of triumphant self-con- fidence was enthroned upon his . * brow. "Is th a wool bark—" And that is when he lost con ' '' " "" ' " 'on't attempt to punish all * your enemies at once. You can't do a large business with a small capital. Don't say, "I told you so." Two to one you never said ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

Geo. Craig was iu from west of town yesterday tradiog. past Wlillillf^^^; w•'-. VIHI I'*** j' *♦*.♦♦♦♦♦'I' 111''I I114"l"l"lliH'<llH"H">"I"_ll and Country Notes i It's all Over Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. Glen and Will Turner came in Creek Monday. r. J. Cessna Jias been tinder * ' « 'V • the weather a couple of days the L. Pundt was in from south- of town Monday mingling in editorial squib writer is a who manufactures smiles for but himself. W. P. Hill was in frofla Sand Monday circulating among busy people in town. ' • • v" wise man picks his steps risees in life. The fool sinks in the mire of . his own foolish- softly, step carefully, act wisely, and yon may die hap- And once you are dead you « know more than the rest of past week has been good y winter we itber in this end . f - of the Panhandle and just strong enough to remind one that it took the coal pile down about as swift any other old country. SeH* Yes, paint is a mighty us...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 20 January 1916

& -} A « JPj- ■ ' mm*'; 't £ * ?■- ' mtmmjmamm -\f S"f*. Ss - Regulating- Others. The desire to have other peo- ple live according to ofir ideas seems to be inherent to many of ns. No one ean explain why we are not willing to let other peo- ple live their lives as they see fit, -but so radical do some of us be- come in regulating others that we try to force them by law to live as we think they should live. It may be that this is a survival in us of the old Puritan idea that each m%p is his brother's keeper. It is easy to see to what absurdi- ties we would come if this idea wad put into effect. Each of us would try to regulate our neigh- bor's conduct, and they, in turn would try to regulate ours ac- cording to their ideas. The in- evidable conflict would be pro- ductive of more evils than we, originally tried to overcome. No man is good enough, or so cer- tain his virtue that he can force other men to be like him. The very fact that he does try to do so shows that, he is like th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

sit.-" S§S§5? r; *& \ fffe ? - ;•-.- , ■' -" 5 "■• > ^ . / 3;' : * ' * - « * * ) ' ' t '-' ' &35W«.Jif,f. •«i^..V%iSa!li-' "% - «SS*.-^- ••'-«r'*^ • . vYV*tv** -^r. . **•£.■■*.- . '-\j-~-.f-• ' - •. •;.%?• - .. - * - •- "*V* • ■ - 2---■ • ••- -• ??" ■ -.•-•■ ."-%■" .*• •; - .:-V ."*, ■ t Herald—Vol. 4i No. 42 LIP8C0MB, LIPSCOMB 00UNIT, TEXAS, THUR8DAY, JAN. 27, 1916 VOL 4 NO. 11 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb Ootraty Gentle Rain Pall tm ; BtiBE Evening Some Sleet Accompaning but All Soaks into Old Mother .Farmers Beginning to Smile Pleasantly at the Fine Prospect Futther Ahead. Once more the farmers faoe begins to wreathe in smiles and it is aJl on account of a nice gentle rain which came falling down last Tuesday evening and soaking right in to this old ball called the earth and lasted for a conple of hours after which a heavy fog spread over the conn-, try for a days length since. From the many words heard in re...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

m £?ls!siP S B8CRIPTION, THE YEAR, $1.00 Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week i C. A SKAGGS, Publisher Ifctered as second-class matter, Kov ember 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. In order to oparaufcee the publi- cation of for«gn advertisements tt will be ueoesaarj to send either draft, check or. money order with «W-f . - "r - Advertising rates 12Jo per inch •ingle column measure; front 50c. Locals 6c per line. H ANNOUNCEMENTS SB* FOR COUNTY A LESSOR I wish to announce that I am a candidate for tha office of coontT assessor, subjee to the ili of the people at the election of Novem- r next. Yo«r snpporr solicited. W. IP. Peugh. COUNTY TREASURER ■M, voters of Lipscomb countyGentle —i armouj cing myself as a candidate the office of county treasurer • f yom county, I beg to say that I feel that I can meet the test for office holding—I know I am com- T feel that I am worthy, and shoukt be pleased to commit this trust to my « I promis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

?$Sp. .-•SC * L^JBg5gM^3Wiia««tr..- ".^ £ iSli&Jii !9RH 35F9 *g*^I ?%> '^vi- Convalescent -" - • - When one's recovered from the grjp, and fit to walk around again lie likes to take a little trip down town ;among his fellow men. He wants to tell his crouies there about the tortures he has knowo, of bow the anguish greyed his hair, and harrowed thew, and twisted bone. He meets a friend and says, "Oddsdsh, be patient while ten minutes skip and harkeu to me for I wish to tell about my case of gtip. That learned surgeon, Dr. Daw, who saved me from a bos of pine, hath told me that he never saw a case one half so bad as miue. My lungs refused their proper graft, my windpipe, like defac-f tive flue was all clogged up, there was no draft it whistled every breth I drew." Come off, come off am} soak your head." ex- claims the friend, so bash and flip; "I just have risen from my bed, where! had forty kinds of grip. And any of the forty brands was worse than your de- natured case, so pja...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

-*pt" h PSiifeit "«/ -'' v«p mey and its Making. ■ uake money is compara- easy. To Save it is more tlfc. To make it grow is a . blem. [ not all of us are able to solve the problem. But if ever there was a time when we faced the opportunities for making money grow, that time is how. rerybody knows that the bverity of the nation depends riinarily upou the farmer and his rops. If he plants in large acreages; aud nature is good ro him, his vield is bountiful and be becomes the harbinger of an " ';.V m * .. ei a of prosperity. When tfye farmer is plentifully died with funds he wants and more machin- r, and the making of^ these to millious of in people in tnrn have ley to spend aod the merch ani oegms to increase the volume of his business and gather in )t profits as it is with these, so it is the iioe and extruding Ho every industry aud into jry home. This year the farmers of this ry marketed the greatest in history, tho total value of the leading crops reaching the >unding figure of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

:t" 2. •> __ rrn - v 'K > ■-.' - -V • - - - ■ ••- - * . '. ' ' . ... ■ - "■! • ' , ' * .-■' - • * . '~£ - i"7 -25S&S * -t f - „ •• ." .. , . .- . -v., .*-* - -.. - - ^ • %'** :/ u-5 "••?• ■>*>' ' • •' . ; , -__ , , .- ". V ; .-\^* *s?S53 2 '-:: --V# ifrapr.vja#* • ' .' . - " ' v'- ' ■ ••" • "'■'*• V ' .r?~i ■ ■ ■ -7 ;■,!. * LOCAL PARAGRAPHS J- ,>.: SSL; '.3t For a real live wire Lipscomb would be "a good place for some one to ope > up aud start a furni- tore store, it is one of the lin-vs that is not haudled io tbe old town of Lipscomb. People get married hereabouts as often as in any other place on the map and when they want to start up oping—well they have a on their hauds for there is of tbe stuff that they would possibly want on display aod then too tbe old people in these iggins" are a "hpep" on the plan of other places, g up around home" all the __e and they are handicapped the same proposition Really m '■r. ture store in the old town if it wasn't to heav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

LOCAL PARAGRAPHS j m> mim W. J. Kelley of Higgins was e ver today for a short time. Wm Rabe,of Fifth Creek, pass- ed through town Ion his way home from Higgins. A. M. Harrison and father L. B. were down from near LaKemp today mingling in business circles. Mrs. 0. F. Gragg returned from Watonga, OkfaM where she has been for the past five weeks visit- ing with friends and relatives. This spring should trOre people set out trees ar >und their prem- ises it would greatly improve the appearauce of the towu in two or thrdb tears. Dr. 0. A. Newland left for Wichita Viouday afternoon on a four or five days business trip and during Wis absence D r. Matthews of near Ivanhoe is tak ing care of the practice h^re. M. H. Gard, of Shadeland, was in towu Monday attending to bus mens and calling on old friends and whil v in the burg dropped into the. Lime Light office long enough to say ndlo. While here he infprmed a repre- sentative of this news emporium that he had traded bis rauch for a fun...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

♦ ■!■ >1 ■l"lll>lHllilili">1 1 t 1 ■> '1' ■!■ H ■!■ I11!1 ■!■ ■I"M' ■!■ <■ ft ■!■ 'I1 <4* Gathered H«re and There and Cut Short to Fit ttie Minds of Busy Readers. I t 11I II H * 1111111 H♦ ft 1ft ft ft ft ft ft 4 - §£; it- er'-; Newt Feathers -waafin from • L. west of town Tuesday. W. J. Cessna was in Glazier Monday on business. G. 8. Trottmau was in from Sand Cfeek Tuesday morning. L. B. Hnru, of Higgins, was over Monday calling upon Lips- comb friends. Henrj AltmiHer was in from Fifth Creek Tuesday mingling in business cireies. sms- S£ Bob McDonald was in the ranch northwest of * mi 'im* m BBBg fes m from town Monday trading. Mrs. Marve McDonald was in from northwest of town shopping Monday and calling on lady friends. W. H. Bates was in from southwest of town Tuesday morn- ing transacting business at the court house. ikz+kg&i - •- -i Baird Prater, Poke TucKer, Earl Douglas and Donald Black- shire were in Glazier after freight Monday. Mrs. Willie Jones, of ne...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 27 January 1916

■Esfc; , sB&SgS* LOCAL PARAGRAPHS The ups and dewns of business are principally nps now. We might add a little spice by taming Teddy loose on Villa. P. R. Wheat ly, of Fifth Creek, was one of the shining lights Tuesday t« adiug. ^ Ladies remember the OPEN- ING DAY of Weiser & Jayne, Higgins, Texas on February 5th, and don't forget a Souvenir that it waiting for you. 112 Why even speak of vlexico, when speaking appears to b« all that we have the courage to do? Hail ito sweet womanhood! Without her we wouldn't have anv kind of a hood. We give careful attention to out of tbwn patrons. Merchan- dise shipped the same day as ordered, and you are assured, of complete „ satisfaction—THE GEKLACH MERC. CO., Cana dian, Tex. l^oad up with a grouch if you like, but shake out a smile before you eome into ciw grain factory. Big business is on the boom. 80 i 8 little business. So is all kinds of business. So are you. Man ]>ropo808, women supposes dad opposes, the lawyer exposes, aud the ...

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