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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 November 1919

V ipr ■ —— LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1919 FIVE r WELCOMED AS RIGHT SORT Newcomer's Record Made Him HU glble to Inner Cirelee of Indi- ana's Big Penitentiary. Frank P. Lltschert, secretary to Governor Goodrich, spent several days at the state prison, Michigan City, re- cently, and being fortunate enough to get out again is telling the following yarn: - Warden Fogarty of the prison likes to make as easy as he can the hard lot of the prisoners, and has arranged for ball games at intervals within the prison walls. Convicts form the teams, and while there is some diffi- culty in getting one to act as umpire, the games usually are pulled off in good style. A visitor from South Bend was at ithe prison one day when a game was scheduled, and being a former ball player It was suggested that he put onthe prison uniform and get into the game "Incog" and put a little profes- sional "pep" into it. Eventually the "ringer" was all fit- ted out and was placed In the l...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 November 1919

-m.- -iPS?........ ----v • f MsPi CF'^r-; Ijp- &*> " aF • SIX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT /KD rOLIEIT TIKES, TKlPSr/Y, ] cv 20, 1919 w R«- !*£... t ; li-r; MAY RECOVER WORKS OF ART f of Every Reader of This Paper Today By J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker't, Philadelphia Ninety-six per cent of all the people in the United States earn less thaml^OOO a year. Therefore it behooves every one of you to learn to read this paper day by day with two purposes. One, that you may post yourself upon the general news. The other, that you may post yourself upon the advertising news. The day is past when anyone can afford to overlook this sec- ond feature. It is the road to economy in every home. There isn't a day passes when money cannot be saved or when better ~ good -cannot be bought for the same money simply by following carefully the advertising news that is published here". The reason for this is very simple: advertising is the cheap- est, quickest and best method of sale...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 November 1919

"sM •' r ' , \ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1919 SEVEN H+±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±±+J Town and Country Notes Snappy, I S. M. Dale spent Gage with his folks Don Long went to Shattuek Friday evening on business. D. C. Crites was in from south of town this morning on business. S. F. Cross and family autoed to Lipscomb for a few hours joy- ride Sunday. M. Beck, of Sunset was over for a short time Tuesday after a •;V- . 7 * . . • / load of freight. John Kaho left Sunday morn- ing for a few hours stay out on lihe ranch north of here. John Behrens, of Higgins paas- ed through town Sunday on his way home from Darrouzett. Edgar Taylor, of Darrouzett, was in town Tuesday afternoon for a short time on business. - Earl Douglas and family, of Lipscomb,were joy riding up in this neck o' the woods Sunday. * Mrs. Neal, of Sunset, has been over for the past few days visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Winning- ham. This morning the appearances on the outside show up misty with an incl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 November 1919

EIGHT LIP8C0MB LIME UCHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. NOV 20, 1919 We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see us. Money to loan at 8T T. A. Lemaster & Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 5c per line. One number or initiai to count same as word. CATTLE FOR SALE. REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS for sale sired by — Lord Delamer No. 458681; Bocaldo 13th No. 634520.—P. B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. WINTER GRASS TO LEASE. ^ JJi .... NEAR-BY more. Looks like some people do not have any regard for honesty : in this respect.—Wellington Leader. Saturday night about j 11 o'clock freight train No. 32, southbound, suffered a serious For Lease—Three and a half sec- tions of winter grass for lease Fifteen thousand bundles of kaflr corn for sale. Write or phone R. E. McDonald' Lipscomb, Texas. 434 WANTED—200 head 'of calves or yearlings to winter, plenty of feed and grass.—John Keffer, Glazier, Tex. 494 No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 November 1919

••• A 1 AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald -Vol. 4. No 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1919. Vol. 8, No. 2 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to, the Interest of Foliett and Lipscomb Countv. DOINGS About the People at the County Seat and Vicinity. NEWSY BRIEFLETS Sent in Over the Megaphone Line by Our Correspon- _ dent for You to See. LIPSCOMB, TEX., NOV. 24 —Mr. Pac Stephens, of this city happened to a very painful acci- dent Monday afternoon when he fell from the top of the silo on the Lemaster place north of town, that he was helping to remove. He fell twenty-eight feet, but fortunate it was not ^serious. Pat is getting along fine at pres- ent and it is hoped he will be out again sOon. Mrs. 3. W. Dillon who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. P. Keekin here left Monday afternoon for Woodward, Okla., to visit with her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Blake for a few weeks befoie returning to her J^ome in Santi- ago, California. Mr. and Mrs. Turner, of Okla- homa, wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 November 1919

TWO LIPSCOMB HME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1919 •••J LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT : 1MES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone 1-60 Fourth Zone — 1-75 Fifth Zone 1-85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies — 5c & Kranberrys & mints pie & etc & tuk sum medisine , in the even- ing. Mebby I can get of going 2 skool tomorro. e % C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. -<S Thursday Morning Week of Eacn Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879 Teachers' Program. (Continued From Page 1) In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates 15c per sin- gle column inch ; front page 75c. Locals 7-lc per line. Wednesday December 17 Morning Session 9:00-9:15 Opening Exercises... Community Singing. Invocation—The Rev. B. G. Taylor— j--* Roll Call...^ 9:15...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 November 1919

m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, NOV. 27, 1919 |te', • Teachers' Program. . . — >i- (Continued From Page 2) £ > > Wednesday Morning 10.50-11.15 "Character Train- ing in the High School"—Miss 3 Ina Carson— 11.15-11.35 "Literary Society Work in the High School"— Miss Mollie Herber____ 11.35-12.00 "Teachers' Pensions" —T. C. Moore Wednesday Afternoon 2.45-3.10 "Some Observations in Mathematics"—Cr A. Gilly. 3.10-3.35 "Enrichmg the Mathe. matics Courses'vTErnest Clark. 3.35-4.00 "Tests and Measure- ments"—D. A. Snellings. Thursday Morning 10.40-11.15 "Depar t m e n't a 1 Work in the Second and Third Class High School".. Miss Mary Chambers, Miss Nettie Edmunds. 11.15-12.00 Conference led by ' State Sup't. Anne Webb Blan- Thursday Afternoon 2.45,-3.10 "Marks of a Good School"~~Miss Johnson 3.10-3.35 "How to Measure School"—Mrs. Mamie Allen __ 3.35-4.00 "School Thrift Clubs" —Miss May Sanders.. 11; 05.-11:25 Discipline, How % .Much and How?"—Mrs. Bull. 11:25-11:40 "Pedagog...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 November 1919

* m MM mmmrnmmm LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT' TIMES, THURSDAY, KOV 27, 1919 Mm $ K ... }..} ,.%■ NJ£ \*M Program. ed From Page 3) 11:40-12:00 "The Story Hour" —Mrs, U)te Slack - Wednesday Afternoon 2:45-8:30 "Co-ordination of History and Geography"—0. C. Evans, Ben F. Johnson. 3:30-4:00 "Keeping Fit"—Dr Mussleman — - Thursday Morning 10:40-11:lb "Attention" — Dis- cussion ^ed by Miss Inez Ar- ri ntOD - - - • —— ——-r— * 11:10-11:35 "The Delinquent Pupil"-Miss Ima Hawkins... 11:35-12.00 "Thoughts on Pri- mary Teaching"—Miss Flor- ence Cable. -t&mi Thursday Afternoon 2:40-3:00 "Primary Dtfficuftie and Possible Solutions"—Mrs. Castleman 8:00-3:15 ,"Physical_ Culture" IDemofistr ation) — Efa&eHDan- iels. '—.. 3:15-4:00 Conference Led by State Sup't. Ante Webb Blan- toD is. . r.._ tw EVENING SESSIONS 1 - • Tuesday, 7:30 Special Music—Mrs. W. E. Mur- rell Address—Professor Morelock.,.. Wednesday, 7*30 Special Music—Mrs W. EJ. Mur- ................... Solo—Mrs. Sandeis Address—Dr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 November 1919

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1919 FIVE Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now + + t + + + 4* * 4* 1+ + N. B. Fry was in town Monday afternoon from west of here. The ice man has an easy time putting the stuff over thes? days —nit. Mrs. J. F. Dull, of west of the Busy Town was a trader Satur- day afternoon. J. T. Bruce and family were in town trading Saturday afternoon from the ranclf. Doc Tanner, of Woodward, was in town Saturday morning for a short time. Alex G. Laubhan left overland this morning for the county seat to mix with the court folk. Mrs. C. A. Skaggs and son Leonard left Sunday afternoon for a week's stay at the? county eat. Warner Jett and several others left overland for Lipscomb Mon- day afternoon returning -in evening. Another car of coal was lucky enough to hesitate in this man's town last night and this morning although a cold and frosty one: and say account of but few opportunities being left open for the editor to have tim...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 November 1919

SIX LlPgffijMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, NOV, 27 1819 £• •' We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see us. Money to loan at 8"* T. A. Lemaster & Go LIPSCOMB, TEXAS TAKEN UP—One blaek spring , calf at my place, one-fourth mile west and one mile south of'' Follett. Finder can have tame j by paying for this notice and ] other expanses of care and keep, j —Alex J. Laubhan. 202 WANTED—Farmers to take no- tice that I am now prepared to sharpen your discs with a cele- brated Rotary Disc Sharpener. Give me a call.—H. .H. Hurle- hey, Lipscomb, Texas. SSPH53 ^ants under this head at the vefy reasonable rate of 5c per line. One number , .or initial to count same as word. - 1 CATTLE FOR SALE. REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS for sale sired by — Lord Delamer No. 458681; Boiialdo 13th No. 634520 —P. B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. WINTER GRASS TO LEASE. For Lease—Three and a half sec- tions- of winter grass for lease. Fifteen thousand bundles of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

' & - • • ..: • i ■ ' jjSfc* • life- . ' fgS ,- . .- . :v - *' • M aca ?;* '■■ % AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald -Vol 4. No 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1919. Vol. 8, No. S Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. H. A". Hill Writes a Few Interesting Lines. HAD PLEASANT TRIP Country Has Summer Ap- pearance With Trees Their Green- in A Breezy Bunch of NEAR-BY Follett School Notes GOSSIP Turned in by the Mum Edi- tors For Today's Peru- A Few Collected From Our rusal by the People. J Exchanges. Girl:—"What are you Girl:—"Writing MYRTLE CREEK, OREON, Nov. 24—Editor Lime Light: With pleasure I give you a few sketches of our Oregon life. We arrived Wednesday fornodn a few moments before daylight, and amidst a heavy foe:, Charley and I started out from the station up the side walk to find the town. We passed some large orchards which proved on* investigation to be proons. We wound around the corners and crossed a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

?N. TWO LiFSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 4 1919 mm LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT 1IMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone •_ 1.60 Fourth Zone 1.75 Fifth Zone _ 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies 5c c. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Week Morning of Eacn Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918• under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Gimmy it & he does. Ma got mad today. She cum in & sed 2 pa That dog has ate 1 of my pies. Pa sed Well thats 2 bad but I think he will be all rite he is a tuff dog. ; Thursday— Ma sed I am pritty j decent here of lately. I am 2 & that issent all. I intend to keep continueing. 18 more shopping days till Chrism as. SHOWED SPIRIT OF AMERICA Connecticut Youth Good Example the Men That Mada Victory Over the Hun Certain. of Why Throw Away Your Money? by leaving your machinery out in the weather. Twenty each year's exposure of f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

V -*iC ■ '*3! 1 ^r"" ■ ■ '"• • *0£E- L/PSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, DEC 4, 1919 THREE K - "" . v.- . £>' r Most Men Know Just as Much About Merchandise as Most Children Do About Astronomy By J. R. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker'i, Philadelphia This is so true that it needs no proof to bear it out. The average shoe has sixty-two different parts, any of which can be cheapened to make a price, and none of which can be judged except by the highest expert in shoemaking. The average suit of clothes has a hundred and fifty-seven parts; the average pair of trousers has over sixty processes. The average fabric, even wlien it is absolutely all wool, through and through, can be made in many different grades. Your all silk socks can be mude out of pure, earth-grown fiber without your knowing it; and one man is now trying to make them entirely out of cheap glue. Now, the question is, if you are starting out to buy some- thing today, where shall you go? The answer is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

£f' ;• FOUR LIPSCOMB LIMF LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1919 WELCOMED AS RIGHT SORT it m-z-'-r . Record Mad* Him E1L gib!* to Inner Circlet of Indi- ana'* Big Penitentiary. , . Frank P. Lltcchert, secretary to Governor Goodrich, spent several days at the state prison, Michigan City, re- cently, and being fortunate enough to get out again Is telling the following yam: Warden Fogarty of the prison likes to mafce as easy as he can the hard lot ofcthe prisoners, and has arranged for ball games at intervals within the prison walls. Convicts form the teams, and while there Is some diffi- culty in getting one to act as umpire, the games usually are pulled off In good style. ■ A visitor from South Bend was at the prison one day when a game was scheduled, and being a former ball player It was suggested that he put on the prison uniform and get Into the game "Incog" and put a little profes- sional "pep" into It. Eventually the "ringer" was all fit- ted out and was placed In the l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

ISJISSi- - \ tggjsCT: 3k igg^i LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1919 FIVE hh&< FIND MANY USES FOR PEAT Wartorn Industry QIvm Pr«ml * #f Great Development in the Years to Come. TJje output of peat In the United States last year far exceeded that of any preceding year and the general increase, which was stimulated by the war, was shared by practically all tranches of the industry. Though ex- tensively used as fuel In Europe and widely known in the United States as a potential source of heat and power, peat has been unable to compete with coal and many peat operators have di- rected their attention to the utilization of peat In agriculture with gratifying results. ' Peat fertilizer was first marketed in commercial quantities in 1908.- and stock-food peat in 1912, and though there is still some prejudice against its use the agricultural "branch of the in- dustry has been successful and the quantity of fertilizer and stock-food peat annually produced is inc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

wmm~: <m? S"-'; . \ ; •, __ tSr- . Hgg Sir'- yEs*'- ■ PK ■ Kg' SIX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1919 8REAT EXPONENT OF LIBERTY ■fe B&.K gv. n Bfe w * ;> ■. Simon de Montfort, Earl of Leicester, Known as "Father of English House of Commons." The first great democrat in England was Simon de Montfort, earl of Leices- ter, who was slain in battle 654 years ago as the leader ol the rebellious barons. Simon de Montfort was also the spokesman for the great masses of the people, and he held that it was the duty of the nobles to stand between the people and th monarch as guardians of their liberties, to watch over the exercise of the royal power and prevent its abuse. In th< great battle of Lewes in 1264 the bar- ons, under the command of de Monfr- ftifet, completely defeated the king and th^ royalist party. In the battle of Bveshaift on August 4 of the following year the tables were turned and the democratic earl was killed and the barons sustained a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. SEVEN g§ r f"*Aj39 \ i mm* I • / & I I I I J > I K Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Geo. Rexious of southwest of here was a Busy Town trader Saturday afternoon. r Edar Taylor, of Darrouzett, 'was in town Monday for a short time mingling in business circles. Don Long, was in Woodward, Friday on busi ess and wound up v his affairs by returning with the basket ball boys who done the stunt at Shattuck. The IVfisses Hale and Herbar were in Darrouztt Thanks- giving, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burran, returning home Saturday afternoon. W. N. Bohannan, National organizer, of the farmers Equity Union was here this week getting a lineup, preparatory to launching an organization campaign. He expects to organize all towns along the new road shortly. J. B. Ried & ' Son have been doing a good stunt this week in the way of filling up their -smoke houses with four fine hogs which • they dressed up for that purpose and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 December 1919

EIGHT LIP8C0MB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC 4 1919 m E ■ li B&v- • W - Bfe ■ - IK: * - V f / ■ I - L- SBF": >U? '•v.' It. 4 We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see us. Money to loan at 8 PER T. A. Lemaster&Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS -J i Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 5c per line. One number or initial to count same as word. = \ MISCELLANEOUS. CA FOR SALE. REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS- for sale siied by — Lord Delamer No. 458681; Bocalcb 13th No. 634520.—P. B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. — WINTER GRASS TO LEASE. For Lease—Three and a half sec- tions of winter grass for lease. Fifteen thousand bundles of kaflr xcorn for gale. Write or phone R. E. McDonald' Lipscomb, Texas. 434 ■ —. ; ■ ■ 1 r • WANTED—200 head of calves yeailings to winter plenty of and grass.—John Keffer, r, -Tex. 494 [SEN WANTED TO SELLj , GROCERIES SELLING EX- j PERIENCE NOT NECESSARY j —One of World's largest Grocers...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 December 1919

l . ■: -= m •\*. 3 D. AND FOLLETT T^MES Herald -Vol. 4. No 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC 11 1919. Vol. 8, No, 4 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County -f NEAR-BY GOSSIP A Few Collected From Our Exchanges. year. Some broadcast sorghum Text of Petition for which was recently harvested yielded five tons of fine fodder; this -being the second cutting.; Hearing on Change in Time Zone Line. LATEST AND BEST Brief Paragraphs That Will Interest You —- Short and to the Point. The first cutting yielded three tons per acre. Plats of Sudan grass were good for four cut- tihgs and the yield was about five tons of hay per acre —Big Spring Herald. & • ' H, Bellomy and George W. Marsh. These men will consti- tute the county fair board for two years and have charge of the management and holding of the fair. The county commissioners ing reality in air material globe. kr .■■ m , The officials of the Panhandle- Plains Chambe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 December 1919

TWO .IPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 1919 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT IMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone_ 1-60 Fourth Zone 1.--— 1.75 Fifth Zone. 1.85 Sixth and other-Zones. 2.00 Single Copies 5c m ■ Jfe ■ - ettera when'we rite. Jake replv- ed & sed We should use Capitals when we have the stummick ake or sum thing else". He war think- ing of Capsuls.- - Thursday—Pa sed 2 ma theyr; is just 1 reason why the Leeg of Nashuns issent enny good. Mas- sed Why so & hereplyed & sed It aint Lodgekal. Then he laffed & lalfed & ma did 2. C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. Wished 'on Thursday Morning of Eacti Week Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. 6i£«> • B' 'fj-.i In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements It will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money Qrder -with copy. Advertising rates 15c per sin...

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