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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 December 1921

Wm: - • • - ki- _ /j. w, .1V.1 ,"*'> V' C - £££*&*< LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FQLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC.. 1, 1921. three r— j V-'s ' • - J MB- 1SPSS m i^RvfgsfH fcV'v V/ Taste is a matter of tobacco quality |§ §£ • 11 We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chester- field are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blended mM t <>■ -V mm m * ALONE FOR EIGHTEEN YEARS r:*jT Harry Lauder, in action I'.r. Ilcrry Lender vAth that Royal Tailored Look Just like Finding; Money in the Pocket of Your Suit Fifteen to Twenty Dollars stay right in your bank account when you order a Royal Tailored Suit or Overcoat this month. Royal Prices have been reduced on nearly one hundred new Fall patterns, giving you the pick of America's choicest Woolen values in made to measure clothes at $30, $3?.50 and $42.50 for Suit or Overcoat. COME EARLY-GET ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 December 1921

■BP* gEflRMPt V ; •v 1M1 ■' .- •'; ■" eHii *mm wmm To have the greatest convenience there h for your kitchen and save $40.00, You can buy a $140.00 Range Eternal for $100.00 on SALES DAY while they last. We have Feed Grinders, Fairbanks Morse Engines and complete line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware. Frank Frazier \ feiji $3 fifei?1 ; $ mt?" VJlC ^gi&' i M|p k "Mi 'ggk Kv.<>' rfeg SWi jggggsffiegp . . ^ " • *' J sac 1 f - * I H. E. GRACE • r > General Merchandise '?-r; '• - "•■.'♦ ;•' *'•.• • } r r'j vy „■ ' •. ; .* ■ " r v. The Old Reliable. Always with a bargain. One lot of Childrens Hose, VlJP^ at a pair I 5fi from.e. *.Gingham.,90c to $2.50 Come in and see us. We have many other bargains ^ > is our regular prices;. ^¥TT * Ji — — ; y v : • • . ' ^ ^: ' . * .: ^ White House Lumber Co. ■ Dealers in Good Coal and Building pj^ Material Onley I/' ; 'l • ' • : - • ' - ■ '■• % " 1 " r. ■ ■ :. . '" •' """ ■ ' ' * '• ' % I ''V ■' , ' \ ' . ^ ' Consider the Cost Frie«of fuel is...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 December 1921

"Sy^U MM Bcv prize $22.00 hand washing machine. Sec- d prize $15.00 rocking chaiif Third prize prize $5.00 ladies blouse. Fifth and Sixth dress. Seventh prize, loo-pounds Expansion Chancellor flour. Ninth prize, $6. ladies blouse. e contains one or more mispeHf?d words/ find and mark the properly corrected ^opy will receive first prize, second the reatest distance from* Follett on sale day will be given an order one living "the next greatest distance will receive an order tance from Follett marketing a load of product on this day will bring a^copy of this page to the news office and prove his loca- Texas. The Farmers National Bank Capital $25,000.00 Member Federal Reserve System Under United * States Govern ment . Suppervision. .Car on Sale for This Day Only a Fine Line of Ladies, Girls and Children's Coats at the Folowing Reduced Prices: ladies Plush Coats, $29.00 now ___$22.49 Ladies-Cloth Coats $22.50 now $17.89 Ladies Cloth Coats $27 50 now $21.50 Ladies Cloth Coats $16.50 now_,...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 December 1921

$WMSm P**-' sue m UPSCOMB LIMELIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC., t, *>21. ■ ■ I jffl i; GAVE HIM DRASTIC LESSON New York Businet* Man Adopted Stern Methods in Dealing With Wayward Young Son. A new method' of correcting the youth who bad started to go astray was tried out the other afternoon by a big business man. He l id caught his fifteen-year-old son pil' < ring arti- cles from tbe bouse, and tLui boy had also beeD in trouble in the private school he was attending. The father confided with a personal friend, a high official of the police de- partment, "Bring your sOn down to my office in headquarters at five o'clock this af* ternoon and when I get through with him I don't think he will trouble you ::gnin," said the policeman. At five o'clock father and son were on bnnd. They were then taken to the rogues' gallery, finger print and cell i-ooms, where the hoy was told what would;-befall him eventually if he did not mend his ways. After ten minute* in a cell and a lecture...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 December 1921

FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC., 1, 1921. SEVEN >> ll wS§^M Wm9i Mr. Duffy was in from the north Saturday trading. Wm. Tenel was in from north- east of her Saturday trading, Mrs. Jim Lewis was in from northeast of town trading Satur- day. Dan O'Hern was in fiom his farm north of here Tuesday trad- ing. Coy Trout was in from northwest of here trading Satur- day, ' Geo. Beck Saturday trading to other business. and attending was a Busy Town visitor yesterday afternoon for a while. J. H. Cunningham was in from northwest of . Follett trading yesterday. Wm Kirkpatriek, was in from north of the Busy Town Tues- day trading. V- R. S. Allison and S. E. Allison, of Canadian, were business visit- ors Tuesday. Mrs. HattielGoodwin has been on the sick list for the past two or three days. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lloyd were Follett visitors from north of here Saturday. A large crowd attended the j Charley Allen sale southwest off here Tuesday. A . \ -1 Less F. Hall an d Alex Sanders (nade a business ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 December 1921

RSE-r-.^, - '-:"q #&"' '' - EIGHT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1921. .n - j&jtiil-l.':. - • i - ~ ' A v. - -- A ' « - - -V- ■ 7;- ' fv, il#' - ■ • , |gg|j v >• ... , 1 n---V High In Quality Low In Price J. W. CARTER'S SHOES Made every part Solid Leather ; Nice Line of Dry Goods and Notions ——-— — A good line of Staple and Fancy Groceries ALWAYS ON HAND—ALWAYS F-RERH 2- The Golden Throated Claxtonola The Only Phonograph with the Golden Throat and Golden Tone. GOME IN AND SEE US H. E GRACE General Merchandise FOLLET r, TEXAS Classified Wants r' Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 74c per line. One number or initial 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.i Mills. Lipscomb. Texas. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR RENT—House, two rooms. Enquire of O. J. Heil. 50 STRAYED—One White Face yearling heifer branded on the right jaw letter H.—R. Hagan. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

« 4V 3 -i !;-^SH --sii--'' ■"£? ' ■ - . ■ v ;'■)': . - - ■ "' \ •-. , ' - -IS* &&& .■ f'.-ti;"- s£li =— AND FOLLETT TIMES d—Vol. 4. *-~3 *i'W±lL FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDADAY, DEC., 8, 1921. Vol. 10, No 4, Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscogib County• Mrs. I. M. Roper and Sons Hermait, Edward Die ; . '.V I ®s- W-i- WA\. MONDAY, DEC. ggglli? iSS 31 From Burns Caused by Ex plosion of Coal Oil Gas While Building Fire. Albert Dailey Ab- Maudene Jackson___ Jick- Gladys Smith..--- Glad- Minnie Wheatly Chaplin- Otis Travis.. Pete. Murl Smith Curley. Rosa Worrell r Billy. oo Mr. Baker: "Come on boys I'll ! challenge you all to a snow hall fight." ; Lawrence Montgomery: "Goody he gave me C in Algebra 5THI mont^ a°d here is my chance 1 to get even with him." oo Mr Jones, (in Biology) "We must haye it mqre quiet in here, I want to.hearth's pin drop. I've dropped this one twice and haven't heard it either time." Goldi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

\ i . ' / >■,v K TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT POLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY DEC., 8, 1921. JHfea >«& ill® AND FOLLETT TIMES 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. SKA^S, Publisher. In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. . ^ * Published on. Thursday Morning of Eacn Week HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS D£Y TELLS ME A FOOL EN HE MONEY SOON PAKTEP , BUT SHUCKS ! HE DON' HATTED BE NO FOOL—ME EX MAH MONEY DOOES IT, Too/ I Fureirn Adv^rti'sin? Representative ! j THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION 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. ' Now IstheTime To Own Your Home The nation needs around 1,500,000 homes. Mills are selling lumber at or near cost to produce. Freight now amounts to $5.00 to $10.00 per...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

Kg ^-' ? ?S?:s — LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FQLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC., 8, 1921. Kg Rliiciiiii O I t mm i&$K •W'.: Taste is a matter of tobacco quality We state it as our honest belief . that the tobaccos used in Chester- field are of finer quality (and , heijce of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. CIGARETTES . of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—Iblended ■ - _ I * Fashion Hit of the Year A = rap !;,at tfMii IsiiS fc H mm ; ':•*: •:: « . p ifp -s '•■'Vlj -■ - ' IK iiii -ill i vi'uy__;^v; ' - 1 Lauder, in action Mr. Harry Loader with that Royal Tailored Look Just like Finding Moneyin the Pocket of Your Suit fifteen to Twenty Dollars stay right in your bank account when you order a Royal Tailored Suit or Overcoat this month. Royal Prices have been reduced on nearly one hundred new Fall patterns, giving you the pick of America's choicest Woolen values in made to measure clothes at $30/$37.50 and $42.50 for Suit or Overcoat. COME EA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

&}<:<•• rr:- ;'" I i ••■ • ■ ?:' •<* ". $&m ■ ;-KtM;pe i i m .-.;-.r; fciSgp gjii - V*v-' ■p^gl Ifiii ft, '"^.V •••'' '--j^v-.. \ 1 :'v- r„ / To have the greatest convenience there is for youi>- |V kitchen and save $40.00. You can buy a $140.00 Range Eternal for $100.00 oiri SALES DAY while they last. -7 : ♦ ' > We have Feed Grinders, Fairbanks Morse Engines and ,complete line of Shelf and Heavy Hardware. FranK Frazier Follett, Texas ■.: *- * . a - H. E. GRACE General Merchandise i si \ t; \ The Old Reliable. Always with a bargain. i $500 in Pril $7.00 clothes wringer. F< prizes, $4. and $5. ladies flour. Eighth prize,* loo-pc 40 other prizes of $10 each. Read these advertisements carefully., e. errors, the first person living outside of Follett bringing in the neatest second prize, etc. The farmer marketing a load of farn^ product ttvir good for $7.50 in merchandise at any store having an ad on these pag good for $5 in merchandtse at these stores, The firs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

P ■ H £ : ?'st;^: 'f ■'■ * .: '.? BRBSPSiP ' Jb - " - mm V' ' I ^5* ■KBili I*.-: If ' m W I '■ ''>! 'vfe 'Wmi mmfgm :: - , - ". ' i % , 1921 \ -• . : ; XX/Mi 7; Vi. , - *** ' • . ... First prize $22.00 hand washing machine. Sec- «■ ond prize $15.00 rocking chair. Third prize ize $5.00 ladies blouse. Fifth and Sixth Seventh prize, 100=pounds Expansion <r flour. Ninth prize, $6. ladies blouse. ~~~ : • " - " • • ■ . . ■ ■ f one .ontains one or more mispelled words, find and mark the ,U most properly corrected copy will receive first prize, second the he greatest distance from Follett on sale day will be given an order The one living the next greatest distance will receive an order ny distance from Follett marketing a load of product orrthis day will \ must bring a copy of this p^ge to the news office and-prove his loca- lett, Texas. * y- - : _ — 3 on Sale for This Day Only a fine tine of Ladies, Girls and The Farmers National Bank Capital $25,000.00 Member Federal Reserve , Syste...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

m six LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT AND FOLLETT iTVf^ , THURSDAY, DEC., 8, 1921. m if iiiiiill! II iiniiilimmii;iuiuii.!i ii.i flf] i iiTll'i mHi j fp GflEEDY TIM. KEEE>Y TIM was a litt 1 squirrel J and one day he overheard his mother saying she was going to give a big.-dinner soon and must begin to get tbe cakes and pies and things ready at once.^ The finest thing that Mrs. Squirrel was to give lier guests was a huge nut pie—a pie so big that it would take two of the family to place it on the tabte. Greedy Tim dearly loved nut pie, and lie watched his mother make it, with great longing for a piece, but ?y0&A1OsffifA/<€ /T ///J j>*y. his mother told him it was for the party and that she would bake him ti little pie AH for himself. This Greedy Tim did not want at all; he wanted a big piece of the company pie. The night of the party Tim went to bed early, as all little squirrels should do, but he did not go to -sleep. Instead lie stole down the back stairs and into the pantry and ju...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

¥\:: W n UP3C0MB LIME LlGn r a ~ - Ft gS;Jg ' AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, D$C., 8, 1921- SEV£N Geo. Born^was in from west of here Monday. A. W. Gigger was in northeast of here Tuesday. south from / m Fred Yauck was in from south- west1 of town Monday morning. E. R. Quindt was in from east of here Monday for a short time. Mrs. Kate Wilson was in from southwest of here Monday trad- ing. I1W R. Brown ,of town was seen shifting around the busy stieets of Follett Tues- day. J. A. Miller and son George were in from south of town Tuesday afternoon for a short time, < Wra. Rabe was in from north- west of town Tuesday afternoon marketing products from the farm. , \ Si?/ "iD.S. Bes|* was seen on our aUeets Monday fiom west of here. . - . • . §1%' ' John Sisk was down f.'om north of here Moaday foi a short time trading. J. M. Gifford came in from west of here Monday to do some trading. Tom Bateman was a Follett visitor in from northeast of here Monday. Coy Trout was a Busy Town visitor in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 December 1921

'■v., EIGHT fj&sm SafilwilaESpt V: •'•■ :<T,Wm >>\: * -f. ^IWHrP ^■1 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 8,1921. High In Quality Low In Price 3. W CARTER'S SHOES Made every part Solid Leather r ■ . A good line of btaple and Fancy Groceries ALWAYS ON HAND—ALWAYS FRERH The Golden Throated Claxtonola The Only Phonograph with the Golden Throat and Golden Tone. COME IN AND SEE US H. E GRACE General Merchandise FOLLETT, TEXAS v. - ■ ■L kk* • < 5*ff -t ><r '.aa M - " - 4| &?-' .mpl til i&dw mm pi, - .: 5 - Liberty Bonds 7 - II" ;-'-v < 1 jag fc « &rS£ : i Jgijif M - r -' ;_V > .' - f ' : > ' v \ . ■ • An important banking service we have to offer, is our jj| Bond Department. Brin^ us your liberty bond, receive a receipt for same; jfj it will be kept ih ou> fire and burglar-proof safe and entire-' |y covered by insurance. We clip the coupons as they | mature and credit your account with same. j This service relieves you of all ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 December 1921

$r%' m **:> - '"V ; -. - .<• *n- :-•••■ AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDADAY, DEC., 15, 1921. Vol. 10, No ft. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. V aluable Prjzes Abso- lutely Given Away Sg§3 i i- SATURDAY, DEC. 17 B||gS are Follett Merchants Putting on 4ttractive Prifces For This Special Day. fsm . Sure thing the merchants of the Busy Town are going to pull one good one off—the Pre-Christ. mas Sales Day, Saturday, Dec 17. It's going to be some bar* gain day in the Busy Town.- There are "oodles" of prizes that are going to the one's that find the miss spelled words in the ads on the Pre-Christmas advertisement that appears else- where in this issue. : yM J $ Free $500 in Prizes first $22.00 hand washing machine. Second prize $15.00 rocKing chair. Third; prize $7.00 clothes wringef. Fourth prize $5.00 ladies blouse ' Fifth and Sixtp prizes, $4. and ladies house dress. Sev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 December 1921

Pli iMi rwo LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY DEC., 15, 1921. AND FOLLETT TIMES Ml, SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone- 1.60 Fourth Zone.. - 1.7& Fifth Zone.. 1.85 other Zones 2.00 Single CoDies. * -.— 5c HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS ' HQ PSY TELLS ME k FOOi> EN HE MONEY 500H PAHTEP , BUT SHUCKS? HE DON' HATTER MO FOOL—ME EH MA* MONEY DOOES It Too t Now Is theTime To Own. Your Home The nation needs around 1,500,000 homes. ' Mills are selling iutnber at or sear coat to produce. Freight now amounts to $5.00 to $10.00 per thousaad feet. Lumber cannot go lower; in face of these facts, It may go higher. NOW is :the time to build. Any of our yard managers will be glad to help you with your plans. C. A. SKAGG6, Publisher. In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements It will be neces- sary to tend either draft, check or money order with copy. /ubttshed en Thursday Meraiag el Baea Week I Foreign Advertising Representative 1 -THE.AMERICAN P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 December 1921

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC., 15, 1921. THREE I Taste is a matter of We state it as our honest belief that the tobaccos used in Chester- field are of finer quality ./(and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. CIGARETTES of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—blended P 0^ i he i\ Fashion Hit of tfte Year U ERE is the tremen^ Ai. dously popular, dain- ty dress that society wo- men, college girls and the charmingly attired women in all the principal fashion centers are wearing. It is known by various trade-names — Bramley, Bromley, Brumley, etc. Our name for it is Pipinar Rock. It is here—-ready for you— in an assortment of colors, sizes and materials—in both one and two piece models. 1 And the prices we are sell- ing it at are about half what the big city shops are jreltine. Mrs. W. C. Walker Follett, TeXas Look 1 i Just like Finding Money in the Pocket of Your Suit Fifteen to Twenty Dollars stay right in yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 December 1921

wmmm ■ . , --.7 *\-r. •• v - ' ■ r: SM-k rM«f# • S- $5® a I P hB M la S^P ifi ' t. • «F m:'' : %M ' • - ^BS&^aasail'"' ~ 1, >-' V • - ' •• •■' .,;; ^ =1 *?l ■ 1 p^v«, aUa^ -, aK 1 telSltf £?'*-Vtv- "• IS^ifeSeS# l *-?$ > ?,*i To have the greatest convenience there is for youi kitchen and save $40.00. You can buy a $140.00 Range Eternal for $100.00 on SALES DAY while they last. We have Feed Grinders, Fairbanks Morse Engines and complete line of Shelf and Heavy'Hardware. Follett's Frazie* Follett, Texas w^Mwm H. E. GRACE •< . ' • ■ . _ General Merchandise The Old Reliable. Always with a bargain. $500 in Priz $7.00 clothes wringer. F< prizes, $4. and $5. ladies \ flour. Eighth prize, loo-po 40 other prizes of $10 each. Read these advertisements carefully, eaj errors, the first person living outside of Follett; bringing in the neatest ;] second prize, stc. The farmer marketing a load of farm product livii good for $7.50 in merchandise at any store having an ad on these p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 December 1921

m&m i ' "N. J" Pt* %: <v i . ^ngnngsv 17, 1921 First prize $22.00 hand washing machine. Sec- ond prize $15.00 rocking chair. Third prize :h prize $5.00 ladies blouse. Fifth and Sixth dress. Seventh prize, ioo-pounds Expansion Is Chancellor flour. Ninth prize, $6. ladies blouse. V one contains one or more mispelled words, find- and mark the most properly corrected 'xopy will receive first prize, second the * greatest distance from Follett on sale day will be given an order The one Ijving the next greatest distance will receive an order ly distance from Follett marketing a load of product on this day will must bring a copy of this page to the news office and prove his loca — The Fanners National Bank Capital $25,000.00 Member Federal Reserve System Under United States Government f ■ ■ ' V Suppervision, Have on Sale for This Day Only a fine l ine of ladies, Girls and Children's Coats at the Folowlng Reduced Prices: Indies Plush Coats, $29.00 now 1 ______$22.49 Ladies Cloth Coats...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 December 1921

LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT AND FOLLETT THURSDAY, DEC., 15, 1921. S" - - •- " .. " ' . -a B-M* , V' Resulotion. The International Bible Stud- ents Association, in convention* assembled at Washington, D. C., begs leave most respectfully to memorize the International Arms Congress now assembled at Washington, D. C., as follows: As Christians earnestly striving to follow the teachings of Qnist Jesus our Lord and his Apostles, we hold: That war ', is a relic of bar* barism, destructive of good morals and a reproach to Chris tain peoples; That the prineiples taught by the Lord Jesus Christ preclude oonsecrated Christians from en- gaging in war, bloodshed or vio- lence in any form; That no nation can be said to be truly Christian^jshich fails to adhere to those principles taught by the Lord and his Apostles; That the ruling or governing factors of the nations coipmonly called "Christendom" are now and for some time have b*en, to- wit, Financial Princes, otherwise termed Controllers of Commerce, St...

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