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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 February 1916

NO. 12 H«raid-VoL 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. % £L_ • " ■ • . - . . , . ; v Official Paper of Lipsoomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Ltpeoomb Ccrnnty — Place m si ■&v: ly Good Farms Well Stocked With Fat Hogs and Cat- tle... Pretty Country Homes Along Wolf Creek Valley...Best Watered in the Panhandle. EPS m M < When one hesitates long enough in their thinking apara- tus to look around them they j|l||annot help but admire the pos itiea o f Lipscomb county ing an ideal place for a tare* home. Gaze in either ; :jray you might and the mirks of prosperity are plainly in sight advancement of time has m mm made Vonllerful changes. From a land of wild native^ grasses in termixed with cactus and sago I rush , it ban been transformed into an active farming aud agi i cultural section alive with a wideawa&e and thrifty habitation of progressive farmers and stock iraisers. Ibe roads are filled from morning till night with freighte...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 February 1916

^S^^^*?^>7J^^-?".r^ • ^sFv^^'-r £*■*% .5 . " ~~ '. - '. ' ' , :■■.% . • • • • . • ... C?'- ■ • • * IIP^S!®^ -' I IRSssliB®* . -1 -', , r, ;, feS , THE YEAR, $1.00 on Thursday Mormng of Each Week —:— ge" ■■"* C. A BKAGGS, Publisher ->— Entered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under fejie Act of March 3, 1879. IP* In order to guarantee the publi- cation of foreign x advertisements it will be necessary to send either draft, check or money order with «W- liy.-X. _ Advertising rates 12Jc per inch glo column measure; fro.nl 50c/ Locals 5c per line. / ANNOUNCEMENTS. 11 tfOR COUNTY ASSESSOR I h reby annouce myself as a candidate for the office of assessor of Lipscomb county, | eel to the will of the qualified voters at jvember election. L. B. Hurn, I wish co announce that I am a candidate for tha office of county assessor, subjec to the will of the people at the election of Novem- ber next. Your support solicited. W. F. Peugh. FOR COUN...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 February 1916

/ LOCAL OVERFLOW. : ess; \W, Time works winders It may evefhyet uue; r h a candidate or two for the vi je presidency. i 9 . ■ • ■ • General Villa -has been killed so many times w« can't see why the cUf>s don't stay dead. A kid on a corner can see more in five minutes than an adult can discover in an hour of rubber- necking The Gerlach Mercantile Co., of Canadian are among the adver- tisers who are offering some bar- gans in furniture iu another, colum of this issue. Every time we dish up a gen- uine 18 karat joke r«bme „ seif .styled wag ambles along and wants to know what exchange we copied it from And sti!l we haven't the si ghtest inclination to commit murder. The removal sale of Weiser & Jayne closed with success on the 22nrl., and now they will have an opening day in their new LOCA- TION TH4 WIN SETT BUILD- ING, Saturday, February 5th, at which time they will have a com- plete line of Spring and Summer [ins, Texas 112 WE ARE VERY BUSY And have been all the time since we ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 February 1916

IW 'Sapr- RpR: iCAL OVERFLOW. iry Frass of Higgins, auto- hrough town today. *here will be a good fire at the room on Tuesday evening, 8th, aad all members of the Lipscomb Military Band are ly requested to be present others musically interested. the young people would it a point to come out to %y school at 10:30 every it would be greatly ap by the janitor who likes an entertaing crowd pres- course while there is so business going on through- the different business chan of the county, it is also a 1 thiog to not forget the fact *ue count r needs better ... A. smooth road like a broom sweeps clean, so also t Rood roads there is greater Notice to . £v are posted a* by law, all hunting id trespassing is strictly e&f It maters not who y be Keep Out. This to everybody. Bear mind it means you. W. H. Bates. cb lady calling at our Store ting day Feb., 5th will re I a Souvenir, Corner of Jtfain Commercal Street. jWeiser 'ne, Higgins, Texas. 112 New fcsmithi I am opening up a black- ith sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 February 1916

- r • SaHPs t\- s«ti Neig^hborh ood Gossip | | : The depot at Forgan Was brok en into last Thursday night atri 15 gallons of booze taken from the wareroom. The thief or thieves gained entrance through a window, it was discovered next morning bj Deputy Sheriff Wal- ter Murray. The party who took the booze kindly left cartoons in which the liquor was shipped in the railroad yard, but no further clue to their whereabouts has been obtained.—Democrat, Beaver Citv. Last Sunday night at about eleven o'clock fire was discovered ifi the roof of. the^fcwo story resi dence of Robt, Newberry on west 7th street. The alarm was given and in a very few mwutes what seemed like ti.e entire population oft he town vi^re on hand ready arid willing to assist or do any- thing in their power that would suodne the flames but it was plain to see that with no means of fighting fire in the town the bin)ding was doomed to destruc- tion and the most that could be done would be to savetbe con- tents. Pract cally ...

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

X LOCAL PARAGRAPHS J. D. Mardook was in town >rday from north of , here Everybody hast>een making a "heep big smoke" this week in Mieir heaters. Henry \Iehlhop was in from least of bere Saturday husfc- around among the good peo i in the business section. The new stoves came for the •ebool house this week and with- in two or three days they will %e I. This feature a!one is of it vain** to the sohbol room to the t^veiiess of the heat tnted around the room for the >iU benefit. i On Tuesday, Feb. 22nd, so we are informed there wilt be an other grand ball in {he I. O. O F. UK- 'Good music will be secur- ed for thq occasion and a genuine good time is promised. This perhaps will lie the last one of th season and the young people want to avail themsiaves of tun opportunity to be present. , *•* ; Four small heating stoves for sale at cost—Shabau&Sons, QUALITY FURNITURE ified Wants •fi * • 4* «£<• fljjr $ I LAND Sale—Ail or Uali, 500 valley Und, 3 mil ** > ia, LnSalle Oouut...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 February 1916

§5^£>F'" #fept~ ,! , pHIII Hiafiii r--*.y- - "1 !§§§ 111 Town and Country Notes * . I - Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to j,- Fit the Minds of Busy Readers. wm R. T. Brown was in from south- east of town Tuesday. George Rexius was in from northeast of town Tuesday trad iog. Tom Glasgow was in from north of town Sunday in Lis ne\v Ford. Gus Mehlbop wa^n Lipscomb visitor in from notheast of town yesterday. " Dr. Jarvis, of Canadian, has be seen coming down Main street a little more often than common. Among the recent German farmers \* ho have took to the Lime Light way is no one else thau the good natured 1'ete H r ber living southeast of town Mr. Berber is one of those among the many German farmers that have made a succes upon a piece of Lipscomb county's 6ne soil and can afford at the present time to go glidiut* around in a -• .t . i. • i j • iu gu arouno in a been in the towu this week doing i tt - . , . - . . . • '• & *or(1 He is but one among sev- - V dental -work. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 3 February 1916

mSamm LOCAL PARAGRAPHS O ' lT I George McSpadden was one the market with eggs Tuesday. Poverty drives to,drink and drink drives to poverty, and be- the two there's- heck to _ : IfeS' pay. Just for the sake of variety, why couldn't we send a few genuine old time statesmen to congress as well as mere politi- cians? Ladies remembei the OPEN- ING DAT of Weiser & Jayne, Higgins, Texas on February 5th, and don't forget a Souvenir that is waiting for you. 112 A. movement seems to be spreading over certain sections of ^the country, notably in some of the southern states, which has greet possibilities when properly pushed. The idea is to select a certain roadway, for instance, which is in need of improvement and is of vital interest to all of the people. The next step is to arrange for a holiday on a certain date, at which time the people all turn out, by the hundreds and thousands, and all take off their coats and pitch in and build the road,or whatever the object sought may be. Often t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 February 1916

aarald-Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 30, 1916 Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County VOL 4 NO. 13 nrvi ■ r; ■sa * Why Not Better # ' __ * m m Wouldn't the Old Horses and Mules "Set up and Take Notice" and the Turkey Fleet Struttin' up the Highway With the "Little Ford" the Same? When W9 gaze through the columns of ae eastern paper, ODe from the north or a paper from the south and notice where one county has voted bon«is for road construction to the amount of $200,000 another $250,000 and soon and our own coijuty need- ing good roads as bad as any other place in the country where the stars and stripes float over, it creates a sense of surprise and wonder to travel through the channels of the mechanical ma- chinery in our head gear and the thought goes traveling down the line like the effervescence of tue rippling Waters of Wolf Creek bubbling along. '*Are we as a: People Sleeping'' or are we j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 February 1916

± , THE YEAR, $1.00 on Thursday Mbrmng of Each Week r.- 1 C. A SKAGGS, Publisher n ^— as second-class maUeT, 20, 1912, at the post- Lipscomb, Texas, under st of March 3, 1879. ■mMji.. ■ m r to aparaniee jrabh- fcion of forSgn adYertfs&ments rili be necessary to send either or money order with Advertising rates 12£c per inch column measure; front je 50c. Local8 5c per line. OUNCEMENTS. TY ASSESSOR . nouce myself as a candidate for assessor of Lipscomb county, will of the qualified voters at election. > L. B. Hurn, .? '■ ■ ■ ■ . \ • ' " announce that I am a candidate i of eountr assessor, subjec to the >eopleat the election of Novem- faur support solicited. W. F. Peugh. COUNTY TREASURER .> •••• i. - s . - To the voters of Lipscomb county :—Gentle- ♦ In announcing myself as a candidate office of county treasurer of your r, I beg to say that I feel that I can meet i for office holding—I know I am com. feel that I am worthy, and should to commit this trust to my that your co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 February 1916

sif '•4- *. fsptp W.I '•i ir-i-*/. rVr LOCAL OVERFLOW. President Wilson has aptly stated the case. The world is on conflagration in- than diminishes, storing us plainly one is forced to s>ive fire, and the creases rather With this fact in the face, serious consideration to the sub- ject of national defense.] To do otherwise would, be like leaving one's wife and babies at the fy-of a blood thirsty mob. American people do not want 'ar, but there may come a time when it will be impossible for us to prevent wan If such a time coiues we should be prepared to meet ifcr and to meet it in a man- ner that will effectively expel the invader from our shores and in- sure us against all future invas- ions. The president has hinted that there is danger 6S our being drawn into the present war. We hope not, but it it is true that such danger reallv exists it is the duty of congress to take immediate steps to plac^ the country in a reasonable state of defense, and fo do it without a x lot of poli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 February 1916

RSI? fpfe£ Lies Ofteaest Told. Yes, we're out nut we've just ordered a lot. r didn't care anything about the money. It was the principals oi the thing. I'd just like to have been in this plaoe, I'd have shown them. If I bad that woman for a little while I'd teach her a few things. If I'd catch a kid of mine at anything like that I'd blister him. If I had a little money I know Where I could go out and make a fortune. I never would care to be rich, just comfortably fixed. My. wife and I have never had a cross word. don't think its a good for you I don't wan't^you it. never seen such weather Ex. Dentistry. be in Lipscomb, Monday, and Wednesday, Feb., 16 to do dental work i# need. Special at- to pyorrhea gums) and plate work entrusted to my have my best attention. n is gladly given. Tours very truly, N, Reynolds, D. D. 8. to Trespassers. ting and trespassing in forbidden on my proper- out This applies everyone.—Morris McKee 49 ____________ It takes a deal of talking and •peeohifying to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 February 1916

•i. ' SALE mm I mm C . I will sell at Public Auction at my place, Nine Miles north and One mile west of Lipscomb and Three miles east of R. M. Stevenson's place, on «&•« ••• % mlm vs. The Following Described Property, To=wit: mm "fev.j if .. ►>: One gray mule, 9 years old; one bay mule, 9 years o!d;one bay mule, _ smooth mouthed; one black mule, smooth mouthed....all good work stock; one pair good coming yearling mare mules; one mire, 5 years old; one filley, 2 years old; onefilley, I year old; one saddle horse. 1 msm r«: m ifefc &;A-: One red cow, 7 years old and calf; one red cow 4 years old and calf; one red cow 3 years old; two red cows, 2 years old; two black cows, 5 years old and calf; one black cow 3 years old: two black cows, 2 years old; one Whiteface cow, 2 years old and calf; one Whiteface Jersey, 4 years old; six good steer calves; 1 heifer calf. t * - • . •-'I ' 1 - <" I ' . . ' Two brood sows; two gilts, about twenty shoats weigh 30 to 75 pounds. A J-V-'V...

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

Classified Wants TEXAS LAND Forced Sale—All or half, 500 acres valley land, 3 mil e s Artesia, LaSalle County. Fine land, 100 per cent tillable, Ideal climate. Owner non - resident, old sick and broke, must sell. Price $10 per acre, neighboring lands selling for $30 to $50 For further particulars address, E K. Crockett, Uvalde, Texas. 310 'for exchange or sale. FOB EXCHANGE OR SALE— {mproved Oklahoma farms for Eastern lands, city income or merchandise. Kich soil/ good seasons, bumper crop?, bale cotton. 40 bu. wheat per ac^T Box 67, Mangum, Ok. 510. m WANTEp—An industrious man who can earn $100 per month and expense* retailing our Pro- ducts to ,farmers Must have some mean9 of starting expenses and furnish contract signed by 2 responsible men. Address W. T. Rawleigh Company, Freeport, 111, giving age, occupation and reference. 13 With everyone faking an active part in tree *nd flower planting ibis spring Lipscomb will be a pretty nice place in a short time. Pretty flowers and lots o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 February 1916

•-fe: i &&&&*•■* v.§5«? M" ♦ ■!"> ■!■ ♦ ♦ ■!■ ■!■ ♦>b<■ ♦ ■!■ 4"t' 4* ■!« mm l Town and Country Notes ; Gathered Here and There and Cut Short to Pit the Minds of Busy Readers. 5&S M1111 M IHIMI lilt - * W. H. Bradney was in from east of town Tuesday eveuing. Irs H. G. Thayer has been troubled with the gripp the past p|S5 bske Cashier Geo. W. Long, of the Bank of Lipscomb, left Tuesday evening for a couple days busi- nee* venture in Wichita. " If we wanted to go down in history as a false prophet the one big stunt we'd pull off would be to predict an early peace in The members of the old Lips c^mb Military Band met Tues- day evening at the band room for the first time in nearly a year and surely made a noise although fcut |a few were present The boys have set Saturday night for another meeting and hope that more members will come out. The? are determined to have a band once more and invite others 2 * to ''show up*' as they would like to have about fifteen...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 10 February 1916

* IfSg! ••• Mjpg safes. Goodwin Local Dots D ve Klein has returned from his Kansas trip. - Mrs. Loux, the achool teacher, has a Ens line of dress goo Is for sale. ^ Johnnie Kline from Kansas is visiting with his anole, E. H. Kline. Sell visited d\ Calhoon Mr. and Mrs. John with/ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sunday. Mr. Carl Weber, of Shattuck, has returned from a trip to New Mexico. Mr. Herman Behrens and son John are going to be our future store keepers. Miss Mary Herber is visiting with friends and relatives in Texas this week. There was a party at ,the home of Gu«tav Burth Sunday and all report a fine time. Miss Lydi^jjfll and Miss Tena tnio visited with Miss Clara mple Sunday evening. * iss Tena Sapotnic and Miss Lydia Sell were out in a. fine new car Sunday and called on several people in Higgins. Now time has rolled on and the sue has faded below the western - horizon a time or two and the reel in politics has taken another turn and the familiar name of John Edgar looms upon tne can- vas a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 February 1916

. vi i;':-' *- :w ,.... * sgk' r ^Sgpfc-*- <- -. -i:" g":^V tellS -^r—r Vol. 4. No. 42 LIPSCOMB, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. J7. 1916 VOL 4 NO. 14 ' . *t Official Paper of Lipscomb County Texas—Devoted to the Interests of Lipscomb and Lipscomb County f - -j • Going at ngelist Boyer Drawing Big Congregations by His Able rv * - •. Style of Handling the Good Book...Rev. C. Beck, of Glazier, Assisting...Lipscomb Enthused tm ■ we HfcSlPW *..w fix 1i3kp m * Beginning 'with last Sunday evening Lipscomb came in con- tact with one of the largest re- vival meetings that it has had the pleasure of w nesting when Evangelist Boyer and Rev. C. I Beck, of Glazier, put in tneir ap- pearance ou the pulpit at the Union church. Although Sunday being the opening chapter iu this great work a large crowd was preseut, but upon the second aud tbird nights the crowds continued to grow until tue church was pack- ed t<rutmost by the people for miles around to listen to the "good wort" as hand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 February 1916

iri'v- •".'fc BKSIHS!^^ B LIME LIGHT SUB8CRIPTION, THE YEAH, $1.00 ,j:u. •? ■ Pdblis&ed on Thnraday Mt>rnmg of Each Week + C. A HKAG^rS, Publisher Botered as second-class matter, November 20, 1912, at the post- office at Lipscomb, Texas, under tie Act of March 3, 1879. nS£- BSk& In order to gparaniee the prubli- «ation of foreign advertfs^ments it will be necessary to send either draft, check or-money order with oopy. rO. mm Advertising rates 12Jc per inch tingle column measure; front page 50c. Ldcals 5c per lio§~ = ANNOUNCEMENTS Sz-SM JSi COUNTY AND DISTRICT ~ - / I hereby announce myself as a candidate for re-election to the office of county and district «ierk, subject to the choice of the people at the coming November election. P. O. Boyd FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of assessor of Lipscomb county, ' fled voters a' L. B. Hurn, duhj eel to the will of the qualified voters at the November election. I wish to announce that I a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 February 1916

■ ■■ ^ ff; vs.fe'r I gr#i^W-^; mm^ -.v?-V5 - :'-':ri%r^ OCAL PARAGRAPHS Sam Hunter wag in from southeast of town today. . Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Carroll, Friday, the 11th. A nine boy '•l I F.G.Nie-t, of Valley Park.cainn down this morning to mingle in busiuess cirelos for a short time. N. H. Baldwin was in from Band Or^ek Tuesday evening attending services at the Union i • MT Query of the Ages: Jnst why onf* wnrnau kiss another so many willing men are waiting to be sacrificed? When you meet a grouch on the street, smile at him; if you see him io church, sing to him; when he is at home, feed him; if he creeps into heaven,—but he WOD t. ^ Sv. • • Iren and young people's ♦ sermon at the Union church next Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock— the story about the whale. Don't 1 forget. Everybody cordiaJy in vited to come. The news arrived over the tele- e that J. K French,- of ins, one of the old timers of the county and an o!d employ o ) ihe York-Kce Lumbpr Co., wbilp at the home of Mr. and Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light — 17 February 1916

LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Q. H V. Earl^of Ivanhoe. was us town on business yesterday. Alex Chapman was in f*om west of town yesterday afternoon trading N. N. Flathers was a Lipscomb visitor in from west of town mingling in business circles res- \ Dr. F. N. Reynolds, of Miauja, dropped into the Lin^ Light office yesterday afternoon just be- fore leaving and stated that busi- ness had b^en well with him and that he would be back in about a month. On Tuesday evening next, Feb. 22nd, there will be a grand ball in the I. (X O. F. hall, perhaps the last one of the season. G^od music will be furnished. Able floor mangers will be present to attend the wants of the people. A good time assured. On another page of this issue is the sale advertisement of B 3 Evans living on the Plumb Creek farm southeast of here. Some good mules and cattle on the list. Those looking for some of that kind of stuff will perhaps do pretty well to take in this snie. And have been all the time since we opened our lumberyard....

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