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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

Bfi w ,v;;-, '**' • V • "-'V. ... , ;. . 'f* H' i nl «9 O i =fl i d!Ii AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. I 9 1920. Vol. 8, No. 14 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. STILL ON THE BUILD With New Brick. i)'■*' ■■ mm, START SOON | Mrs 4 W. C. Walker Erect- ing New Building for Millinery Store. .f- i- i /f- 'c • >. ief Committee for Texas has an- nounced that during the week of February 23- 29, contributions will be accepted for the relief of those suffe/ers in the Near East 1 ■ ! countries. The necessity for all V ./ the assistance possible is outlined Wilson Drug Store Gets injby Mr. Sanger in his an- : nouncement that owing 'to the delay of Congress i n providing appropriations for the purchase of flour that thousands are dying of hunger. President Wilson has urged | upon the Near East Relief Com- mittee the necessity for con- tinuation of the wo;k it has been conduct...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

two LiPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. FEB. 19, 1920 &Vi'' i ■ Pi- r LIPSCOMB LIE LIGHT AND FOLLETT IME5 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $150 Third Zonel-.-. 1.60 Fourth Zone 1 5 Fifth Zone 1.85 Sixth and other Zone? 2.00 Single Copies. 5c C. K. SKAGGS, Publisher. J. Lemoine Skaggs, LocaLEditor. Ethel J. Skaggs, Society Editor. ,'uhlished on Thursday Moraine of Eacn Week v Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex-1 & jjt a as on July 31st 1918 under the j Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Sunday—They was a fine I pictcher show in town tonitej which was Wm. S. Hart & a fun- j ny comedy at the pictcher show I and ma kinua wanted 2 go. All so I. But pa objected he sed he was so awefull sleepy. So we went 2 church. Monday—Teecher was tawk- ing about advise. She ast me did ! 1 all ways- take advise & I ex- i clamed to her that ma never gives me no Advise. She jus tells me what 2 do & 1 most all ways genereiiy do it 2. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

. ■ -• • ' Jl'LLLL-iJlil LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, FEB. 19, 1920 THREE £13 ■ % • - . V* -• . ---' - •- -•*- , '••• ' ~. .. JK£'-v-- •A ^ M§; $ Hi - $3. :V ■//' v • ■ J"'.' K-t/-:.4? K -;: C-- . ' Rj ■t. f If-—'- I t ps ■■ ' "v;- •- fe&sXtzX'- •- mm r I paw./... : . •' . *■ i. •■- - •' ~ m I | :, , . K* I i££l' " .• .V. - -■ ' S?T KSt-' QOOD IDEA! Open your Lucky Strike pack- age this way—tear off part of the top only. Protects the Lucky Strike cigarette—a cigarette made of that delicious real Bur- ley tobacco. It's toasted. ? Farm and Ranch Loans * At 6 Per Cent Interest I wish to announce to the Public that I am now connected with the San?Antonio Joint Stock Land Bank of San Antonio, San Antonio, Texas, which is under United States Government Supervison, that will make you a loan on your Farm and Ranch for 33 Years time, with the privilege of paying the whole or any part of the loan any time after the First Five Years, at the rate of six per cent, per aTinum the to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND.FOLLETT TIMES, TH TP SPAY FTB 19,1920 I * : r m i m X i t AND DESTROY STATE," Revolutionary Pamphlet, Found in U. S. Department ol Justice Investigations, Gives Message of Com- munists in Chicago to Russian Headquarters. Extracts from "Manifesto and Program—Constitution—Report to the Communist International" by the Communist Party of America, Chicago, IJ I. Communism does not propose to vapture' the bourgeois? parliamentary state, but to eonquer and destroy tt. As long as the bourgeoise state pretfells. the capitalist class can baffle the will of the proletariat. In those countries In which historical development has furnished the opportunity, the working class has iiMi/ed the regime of political democracy for Its organization against Capitalism The older unionism was hawrt on the crnft divisions of small Industry The unions consisted primarily of skilled workers whose skill is itself a form' of property. The unions were not organs of the militant class strug...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

mm II Living and Dead | By Katharine Eggleston Rsberts. - " - - ' ■ ■ v h V m rift Ui IS 2ft. N*wip>p i lrniftri> The old man sank upon n stump be- fore Hie door of the ab.*i and rested his ' gray. stubbled chin on the handle of 'hi* pick. Wearily Tie fisted across I lie "" desolate land of destruction. His bent >!; .shoulders drooped henna ill the bine ; - smock. . -■'<-• •• "Soipeffn*-v-it-insi seems impossible, Marthe." Ite untied ro tbe. woman In the doorway. "Yon can't grow gar- - den In these wei shell-holes. Some of lis tried to turn tuore ground today, bwf-4«VeFy fijrie-we smuts a pick, tip came a skull or a piece of a shoe, or something. It doesn't seem right." Marthe's knotted fingers twisted at her apron. "No; hut It's all we have. •Ian. We can't waste all. West Flan- ders, and-*—well, after all. It's home." "Tea. yes," he sighed; "we've come back to the same place, but It Isn't home any more. Look at those hare trees. They lift their broken arms to the sky an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

SIX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY FEB 19. i920 g&>." 1 / BP* N. HP \-x . lilll' r ■*:. •>. •V:V : P" " ' RSi./ . V « M& j . g> t, jg ( Brief Notes From the County Seat. LIPSCOMB. TEX.; FEB. 16 —A. R. Turner and wife returned after a seven weeks trip in south- ern Texas, making stops at many interesting places among them Fort Stockton. Alpine and hunted in the Elephant and Black- mountains on the Cocoanut ranch and then down on Nine Point Mountain continuing to Del Rio on the Rio Grande and to border, Medina Lake and stopped at the "Dam Store "■ Many has? —Mr. Long having to turn one 11 inches long hack and admonished "not to do it again." Much rain - re- turned by way of Austin, San Antonio, where they visited < he fanfous old Mission, Almo and Buck Horn, on to Fort Worth where they visited Mrs. Turner's uncle, Mr. Alex Crawford. The only re J game they s&w was in Breckenridge Park, Sam Hus'on. At Hedlev they stopped for a two days visit wit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB 19, 1920 SEVEN i«4"M++4,+,MeM'+v4'+lM4 ❖ " \* Town and Country Notes h'vr •" . •' Snappyi Choice and Up to Now t t i * '♦ 14' 11 BBKSaBWMMSBgMBgaSBElBBBaBBBaBMflBK«qBaM Miss Mamie Clifford, sick List this week. Mrs. H. G. Thayer is on the £ rick list this week. I Gladys Walker has been on the y ■ ■ ■ is on the ] Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Walling, of near Madison were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Beck, returning home Monday morning. m Bp Si,' u-v ' Lv%>y- M.; * . ' " ;:£i sick list this week • J. m; Gilford was in from v^est of town Monday, Misses Moliie Herber and Alma Have were Shattuck visitors Friday. Lse Allen was in from south- west of town f jej-iay afternoon trading. no injury scare and a outside of few a real bad minor bruises. Two of Shattuck, Oklahoma's most progressive citizen's the Messers. J. H. C. Stuart and R. S. Oates, of the Shattuck National Bank, were in tht ljusy Town yesterday for a short time s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 February 1920

■ I EIGHT LIP8C0MB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB. 19 1920 v f Re ■ We-sell farms and ranches. Before buying .; j — f ;* V * * <.. - • ■ Vf - 1 ' or selling it will be to . ; f • •- your ! aclvantage to see I* •> % Q*'t us. Monev to loan at 8 PER T^?V. Lemaster & Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS J# oritC | lubcicating oils, stock foods, etc. if UIIIj j Big line, easy safes. Values beat — (any competition. E a i n big Wants under this head at the money. No experience or capi «• liinni it " ^ til ~ mini r <1 ComDlete samol< e of -Semper number or iiftiai to as word. m SAfcE. ; /f' .?£ Lai required. Complete sample outfit and free selling instructions ^tart you. Long established re- liable house. W r i t e . today. John Sexton & Co.. 352 W. Illinois St., Chicago, 111. 401 * HEREFORD'IF * y£u 1 Twoulld trrf6 inmrr. « i • j u ! with White House Lumber Co. BULES f for swefl by p0Uett or H'^gins. Do you? Lord inDelamer - No. 458681; j not commence now. The more FOUND—La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 February 1920

j.?-• t&tn, ■ ■ 5 > ;. ;•'• fflriW AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald -Vol 4. No 42 ——• ■ -■■- -■■ — FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB. 26 1920 Vol, 8, No. 16 Ot'frchtl Pit per of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest, of FollettHiu] Lipscomb County. FEW GOOD ment line, which is none top good for our people. The local busi- ness men, In contracting for the summer's entertainment, 'have shown the same brand of judg- ment they u.<e in promoting the. , Ooher civic enterprizes. We be- Are to Le FiitinJ in the Busy Jjeve we have the best of every- BREEZES Sunday afternoon likewise Mr and Mrs. Lee Sims./ The little son,of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Howard is still in serious condition but seems to be im- proving a little better at this writing.* NEAR-BY GOSSIP Ski-' thing oiit in this pari of the Pan- handle and have therefore bought a week of real entertainment. in interviewing the local cor- respondent we learn that ac- cording to present plans the open- ing date of the Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 February 1920

TWO LiPSCOWB LIME LIGHT AND FQLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB. 1920 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT*?2 d""cl"""Th'""""# AND FOLLETT IMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone. 1.60 Fourth Zone 1.75 Fifth Zone_._ 1S5 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Copies — ** " SKAGGS. Publisher. Editor. Editor. J. Lemoine Skaggs, Local Kihel}. Skaggs, Society Snbii«h,e4 on Thursday Week Morning of E*cn Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett. Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under Hie Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. to order to guarantee the publication o-' f.jiftl« adverti em«nta It will be neeets- mry.'o send either draft, cheek or nwru-y order with copy. —- : Advertising rates 15c per sin- tie ^column inch; front page 75c. s 7jc per line. announcements. cum 2 are house this after- noon & I was leeding in the! Testament. He sed ha was glad \ 2 ketch me (reeding such books. He diddent ketch me tho. I seen I him comeing. Monday -"pa, had a acksident j today a pritty bad 1. He se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 February 1920

—* • 1 < ly- •t. t LipSGOiHB LIME LIGHT AND f OLLETT TIMES, FEB. 26, 1920 THREE KaBQcaatfiu**- ~ i f't i ' P •- (Yi , ■ I>" ■' v * - £< '.v Jmm H. When the talk turns from politics to railroads, •nd the traveler with the cocksure air breaks in with, "There's an awful lot of 'water' in the railroads/' here are some hard-pan facts to give him: American railroads have cost $80,900 a mile —roadbed, structures, stations, yards, termin- als, freight and passenger trains everything from the great city terminals to the last spike. A good concrete-and-asphalt highway costs $36,000 a mile—just a bare road, not count- ing the cost of culverts, bridges etc. Our railroads couldn't be duplicated tu- day for $150,000 a mile. They are capitalized for only $71,000 a mile— much less than their actual value. Seventy-one thousand dollars today will buy one locomotive. English railways are capitalized at $274,000 a mile; the French at$155,000; German $,132,600; even in Canada (still in pioneer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 February 1920

four LIPSCOMB LIKE LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES. FHt HSD/V FEB 20. IS20 t - < v' ; £uSlic *>a!e Having sold my farm I will offers- at Public Auct ion a t my place, 9 miles north and 3 we.-t of Lipscopb and oi miles south of Darrouzett, on FRIDAY, MARCH. 5 •; The following described pro- perty, to-wit: 17 Head ot H r&is and Mules. 1 team sorrel mares, 4 and 51 years old, weight 11(X'. 1 black mare, smooth mouth, in foa- ;>\ jack, weight 1200. 1 scrrel til e', 2y etfi old. 1 black geldng,. ^ jears old. 1 brown mm?, £ years old, weight 950. 1 bm mare, 8 years oRi, w ight VKO. 1 brown mare, smooth mouth, in foal by horse, weight 1000. 1 bay mare, smooth mouth, weight 1000. .1 sorrel saddle horse, 4 years old. 1 bay saddle horse, 4 years.old.I bay saddle horse, 7 years old. 1 bay gelding, smopi h mouth, weight 1200. 2 coming two-year-old horse mules 3 ct mi ng„oct?-y ear-old horse nui>s. 22 Htjrard of Hogs. I Poland China sow, weight 800, due to farrow March 20. 2 black brood ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 February 1920

m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB. 26, 19J20 FIVE 1 TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTVTVTTTT 4- town and Country Notes and Up to Now Snappy, i4->^ #♦■114iu Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rice were in from their ranch southwest of l ; • here yesterday trading and visit- ing with friends in the burg, and to be sure were testing some of the new records found in the Busy Town. the Chautauqua that is one "what is some time during the warm day period in the furture. Just take a look at the barometer once in a Frazier;was in Shattuck Sunday evening. J. E. Dull was^-jn from west of town Saturday afternoon trading. Mrs. , Guy Wj.n lingham has ba?n on th sick list the past week. r N. B. Fry was in from south- of town Tuesday afternoon ; tra-ting. : -J, A. Guipel was up from Shattuck Monday afternoon for a siort time. if".. " :' j ■ > Mr. and Mrs. Boach Sprowl were in the Busy Town Satui- day afternoon trading. Chas. L. Larkey, was in from near Catesby, Saturday mixing . with Busy Town folk for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 February 1920

2f V • " "" •^W'' ^At LUt8C®lB ^ t^HT^llTD FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB. 26 1920 mm* §>■ , .4S(«^|v« farms ••" *•* d . ,;. av '.v:^ ,r r"- - ;r#> ;:,V ranches. ^efor6^l)^yriii|: ,# illiftf' i4V ■ to your advantage to s^e ^us. iftoney to loan. atJ8"" ^ FOR SALE — J have? 30 head o ^ '■<: first^chiss Jerseys, milk cows ^wy^prttigefs, 3, 4 and 5 years will- fell one . or ail. Must <Fe&as. Box 241, Phone 145. 152 i. i ; LEASES Wanted ' anywhere in , the Panhandle territory - will exchange stock - in large drilling cohipany, or might handle for you; Prices must be right. G. 0; Wjtte, P. 0. Box 237, Fort Worth, Texas. 15 head at t&fc of 5c pHr under or* initial t<* FOUND—Lady's hat, one-half j : mile west and two north of. j Follett. Owner can have sam£~ by proving property and paying Ifor this notice.- Dean Kinzeit. 14 FOR SALE— 185 head of cow?. 50 head of yearling steers and j four sections of grass for sale. R. E, McDonald. 9 WEEN you have those dainty garments ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 March 1920

iH - 11- _ v- i.: - . i ' pi-" Hg| * pfi;' *sTv • .• \ jm 5 . ■<*. ' m-- ilslllv ill a AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald ^Vol 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920. Vol. 8, No. 16 Official- Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. NEW BRICK Thi Founiatio i - ting oh the 25x80 ONE was a broad jam per of wide re- pute and he had a whip which any big league out fielder might envy. It is well jTit'ienticstjd that • George onee covt ped over 23 feet .. „ in the running broad jump and hej Now Get- 'didn't" have to climb into the j "Unch of Live Local Stuff track regalia and the spiked shoes por Your Benefit to do it either. He simply doffed the blue coat and the flowerad STORY waistcoat, loosened his stock and Way. Roy Wilson of rfie VVils > Drug Store Behind the New Enterprise iSg is wlRi'ted- tin- second brick for ihe Busy Town aa 1 •ing to be ahumdinger aioag with ■the other only in a differ '.it c iass • . , , , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 March 1920

S3-:flr-' ^ m TWO uPSCOMB LIKE LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920 > • i ■ s E i M ; IPS. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT IMES* 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. - J. Lerfioine Skaggs, Local Editor. Ethel J. Skaggs, Society Editor. Published on Thursd y 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. In order to guarantee the publicatioi of foreign advertisements it will be neces eary to send either draft, check or monej order with copy. Advertising rates 15c per sin- gle column inch; front page 75c. Locals 7£c peHiine. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. Saturday—me & Jake tuk are ^ sling shots & went out in Hend- rixes woods a hunting anteloaps pa sed they issent enny anteloaps out there. We had new that for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 March 1920

LIPSCOMB LIKE LIGHT AND fOLLETT TIMES, MARCH 4, 1926 three FARMER'S INCOME SUBJECT TO TAX tains for 1919 Must Be Figured Under U. S. Law-—Returns |.| Due March 15. duction for wciir and icar i* Farm Lccses. The loss of ;i jLr;-n. Uiy .••p.v-i <• proper deducMnii ti' nn iufo.tx i)T « if rh«* c!v. l-a«> ntJt i ( LSDEN WITH SPOILS OF WAR Chinaman Wh« VjTorked With Allied Force* .in Ftano* a'Wonderful Sight When He Returns. UNO SALE PROFITS TAXABLE. Heceeoary Farm Expense* May I D«4wct*d—Special Form for Farm l Income—Cash or Accrual Baals for.Computing. ▲ fanner, shopkeeper, or trades IB a a mist figure up his net income for 1919; aa<J if the farm or business income pius hia other income was sufficient to require an Income tax return a com- plete return must be filed with the col- lector of laternal revenue by March 16. A farmer should ascertain the gross iaeome of his farm by computing aU gains deri ved from the sale or ex- change of his products, whether pro- daced ob the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 March 1920

' ; :v--: j B£eTv-. I BP - ■Kb*:.:•••. g\ •: H* --.A:. ' ■ • . - IS ha-' FOUR LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES THURSDAY MARCH 4,1920 fsBm - ■ ■T : '} ' " ■ffic ' . :.A-' ■ « -m E., , - ,5- : - - ! ' p, - J % g&£ U, S, INCOME TAX ' !€h& liyWiIjbur JD • Every Person Who Had Income in 1919 Must Determine Own Liability. MARCH 15 LAST FILING DATE. t c Swreat Way It to Follow Form 1040A. Fr«« Advice In Doubtful Casts. - Severe Penalties in Law. k \ * / EMS ■ ■ (Bfcygj: j". - #;vv r i . ... Nobody Is exempt from Income Tax. An obligation is laid directly on the shoulders of each citizen and resilient to consider his own case and to get. his return lb on time if one Is due. With-each return showing a tax due • payment must accompany the return In the fuU amount of the tax Or at least one-quarter of the tax. Ajf returns for 1919 must be 11 led on •r before March 15. .Must -Show True Figures. In ftgjhciug up his earnings fur in- come te£ purposes a person must hike into considera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 March 1920

BfT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLfiTT TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920 FIVE Town and Country Notes Snappy^ Choice anH Up to Now iiii4ii#4iiT^rrr?yi!yyyi^sFSHF>4 > i O. A. Crump is moving his stock of goods to the new location this week which is in the north- side of the New State Bank build- ' ing. Everything is being arrang- ed in ship shape in the new store building and when everything is properly arranged will cause many of our "Big sister mer- chant to sit up and take notice." Jim Heekin, the trouble shoot- er, general manager, etc., of the Northwestern Telephone Co., at Lipscomb was up here Friday as- Ernest Slurry, of JJarrouzett;'?^,,'.^116 telePh°f work with - 1 Chief Garrett. The arranging for putting in a new switch board and erecting it in a nobby and Up-to-date room calls for con- siderabale work and these "old Chas. Imke was aFollett visit- or Sunday for a short time. Miss Glady's and Audie.- Smith were int9 church Sunday evening. II. F. Giddings, of Darrouzett, was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 March 1920

; , §? •• ■ at 3&\39? LIPSCOMB tIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 4 1920 smu' * <■■;£ ' Wi>: 1>> T Isii. fifl gt; P ft m ■, We Have Land We seii farms a n d 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 - i 1 LEASES Wanted anywhere in ^ /: the • Panhandle territory - will *ekChange stock in large drilling company, or might handle for you. Prices must be right. G. C. Witte, P. 0. Box 237, Fort j Worth, Texas. 15 i OUR SPRING AND SUMMER! —Opening, 8th of March, three days. Big reduction on hats.! We have plenty of hats at all j prices. Everybody is invited.— : Peters Millinery Store,-Shattuck. Okla. ' 161 FOUND—Lady's hat, one-half mile west, and two north of; Follett. Owner can have same |by proving property and paying | for this notice.—Dean Kinzelt. i 14 i WE have oyster shell to make i I those hens lay. Poultry regu- lators and * poultry remedies. iCome in and let us...

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