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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 December 1922

||*5sv4 SIP?.- mmm i^jfTfT- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC., 21, 1922. «w—w FtV* §181? Town and Country Notes jSE IP*':' Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Bob Milter was in from west of tt trading yesterday after- ivF Geddings, of Darrouzett, llpyiett business visitor Long made a Oklahoma, trip to on busi- Riffle and wife were in taking in the Musi- made a trip to yesterday here Friday morning trading and attending to other businesss matters while in town. Ed. Harden, one of the old timers of Lipscomb, was a Busy Town business visitor for a short time Monday and while here was seen shaking hands with his many friends. The Bazaar and dinner given by the Methodist Ladies Aid Saturday at King's Hall .was well attended. Many beautiful 1 things were for sale along with ithe many useful articles, a Follett Kilgore wfi Monday from southeast f here for a short time. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. McKee accompanied by Mrs. Mark Beck, of Darrouzett, were in Follett yesterday evening for ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 December 1922

. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FPU ETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC.. 23.1922 sss ■■: &*ImI >• *2gai mm \ Classified Wants Farmers Grain & Supply Co. ¥ Er ■■. *-Yi •••■ mm '"H ■WiS j§fel& SMS fc;-. BpaLfti- . ATTENTION—We have on hand at this a car of Colorado Potatoes at One Dollar and eighty-five per hundred. Expansion flour, $2.00 , per sack. $19 for five-hundred pounds. We guarantee every sack of Expansion flour to give satisfaction. * If not pleased with it return it to us and get your money. Good lump coal, Oil meal and cake. Shorts, Bran and all feed stufs on hand at all times. We Solicit your patronage. iMKRS GRAIN & SUPPLY CO. C. H. V. EARL, Manager Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 7$c 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. MISCELLANEOUS. If YOUR business is not worth Advertising—Advertise it f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 December 1922

1 Pf- ■p#- mmi 57 D ? hm sgF%i ?Mgi 4§S AND FOLLETT TIMES j ■ -Vol. 4. No. 42 1!——1—' mm?? FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC., 28, 1922. Vol. 11, No. 7 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett find Lipscottib County• Near East Peace Conference at Lausanne S \i_- -'mj i_ | - , Ladies Worked It was a Success TO HEAR Solos Dueis, s and the Ore he s- ' ; '■ '■ vv tra , Played ,1 nifty in tie , the Christmas ed at the audi- ool house was a event.. -BY with about Earl Bixler, iion a Klfa Mrs i a reading that to finish. i King'^pP present ontgltti _ _ j and with four of five of the young were passed thing to eat. that were insisted of more then bid the pleasantry ^evening good evening and for their various and > homes scettered throughout | feeling highly elated the evening. —r- South Flat Items. A ,Few Collected From Our Exchanges ^ LATEST AND BEST Brief Paragraphs That Will Interest You — - Shore ' and to the Point. ! i These ^holographs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 December 1922

-T ■*?''' -v •' " • * * - rfernr- mw% LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY DEC., 28, 1922 11 1111 - " i •. -K • AND #P©U 6TT TIMES RATES. ON Zones $1.50 1.60 "~~T" 1.76 I. 1.85 Zones 2.0Ci 5c mm C4 8KAQOS, Publi.h«r tee the publication enu It will t be mom- chick or money to with eepy. 1 c-, -'s*;- class matter at Follett, Tex 1918 under the of March 8,1879. A-l Advertisers bi% wm$m ■' .* ft*-. B. L. Saulsbery, Lone Star Cafe Follett. K. F..Miller, The Busy Store, Follett. Wilson Drug Store, Follett. Follett Theatre, Follett. Grace Cash Store, Follett. mm - by the live* wires advereisers in are absolutely re- ■ can feel assur- Slats'Diary jj Friday—Went to a Consert and herd a singer and I dont no just wether she was enny good or not as i of my parents says its devine and the other was devine and one The sing er was singing a wag; up in high and ma breathed a delicious ■sigh and says 0 aint a bewtifui or she struck at the same in stance pa he grunts and says to me Get- did yo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 December 1922

m " Vv \^r . f"'' 1^■ . .....^ • LIPSCO^" I .• M:-" 1 i '■ f IT A\;t> FOLLETT ' TIMES, THUR^I^VV. ()Ef., 2S n ' THREE £ fca^fW:. tJ. Depaittoent^ Ethel Skaegs :■"•;•■ clearer convictions and stronger | itf character will be swallowed up. for his life, will soon ceas\ to be, of value. There is certainly a call day' for young men and women every- where, to follow the lead of the .prdphets aa^fbe willing to stand alone with God if necessary. Kl/ v- •.:.. ►n<*w can in the mes- ial said with your home merchants. They help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and mak* this a com- munity worthwhile. You will find the advertising of the best ones in this paper. swafci o-o ' J :'S: Card oi Thanks. I want to express my:<banks ioj d the each and every one of you who. so j freely and liberly contributed f mmmmm Tox<-.i=. in his favor and against t r.-turn day hereof, in some news-i* A*. L. j Johnston and 0. R Haines j paper published in your county; and T. P. Daniels. . ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 December 1922

JPPili set# - f ';w*w *-sfw ^' < ' s LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT ITMES, THURSDAY. DEC., 28, 1922. ■ : • Ss&i BORROWED FROM THE FRENCH COULD NOT BORROW ON BOND SSSH " "'-'IIP5 W§P Ill ... • IIP^ SH v "k-S; rocer Because tbey cost no more, they eat better and please you better than the inferior kind.^ "The proof of the pudding is in eating" A proof of the freshness ot our groceries is a trail. COME IN—we're loaded with good things—our grocery counters-fragrant Teas and Coffee, delicious bottled sur- prises -.r sweet, sour, spiced. Staple and fancy groceries within reasonable prices always. Discriminating buyers "enjoy selecting, because of the freshness and appetizing appearance of our goods. Xt&sS Sgli^rsasi*:;: *K H Tit' * I 4&P y Si- • Have you a GOOD pair of feet? 1 Thea you should Keep Them so by wearing a GOOD pair of Shoes—the kind that protect the feefc. If your feet are lame, that is ail the more reason wjby you should wear a pair of REAL COMFORT Shoe. ^ Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 December 1922

•*-••• <*' • V A m LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC., 28, 1922. FIVI Clgice and Up to Now US = in from north- Saturday trading. f-r ' r • ' \ * ' • > was in from northeast 'So fife was up from; the Friday morning ■ . in from north- time Sat- ; < fcv. .• Mk in wis among attending to other business while la the burg. i ; \ '-fv! J") *' 1 '; . • Don Long and family paotored to Canadian to spend Christmas Day with relatives and friends at that place. •W; S. Spangle was a most busy trader and visitor in the Busy Town from the form south west of here Saturday. G. C. Thompson was in ming- ling with Follett's business folks for a short time Saturday from st of here near Sunset, Ok la. Harrelsop and family Town traders in of here _ • W': v- I was1 anion^ the in from mix- it ■■■■-jEasgMira.t •-. A-. . -fcta.- y0ung ball at last Friday. All the best of time, .. -and Mrs. Jim on the Busy from the farm «ppif?p < >% gj|jg|g? -i - , ^ family were --V-& " here Saturday th f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 December 1922

EM m - - ■ *mL asStfe?.0-' Hpglsl .'i~.V'-' •; - \ iSt vs ' 1 i^P ~*j'&*3B ' ''</£?: %?Sm - r LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT- TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC... 28. ii*>2 - * ~/M* ' J**®® M?y' == > Classified Wants Farmers Grain & Supply Co. :v i ATTENTION—We have on hand at this a car of Cofcrado Potatoes^at One Dollar ^and eighty-five per hundred. Expansion flour, $2.00 per sack. $19 for five-hundred pounds. We guarantee every sack of /Expansion flour to give satisfaction. If not pleased with it return it to us and get your money. Good lump coal, Oil meal and cake. Shorts, Bran and all feed stufs on hand at all times. ~ We Solicit your patronage. FARMERS GRAIN & SUPPLY CO. e. H. V. EARL, Manager Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 7ic per line. One number or initiai to count same as word. "' ' ' A Sound, Conservative Bank mm* Devoted to the best financial interests of the FARMERS, STOCKMEN and MERCHANTS of this territory. Make our banking house your hom...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 January 1923

•*s.; Pmm ^.¥ 3 -iiv - *■ i^rTtz HfcHs & 9 I r\ AND FOLl,ETT TiMES £ P 'ol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN., 4, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 8 1 : i — ;.r , Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. Skyscraper Going Up on Fort Dearborn's Site mm •j ■ lam liSy®fe NEAR-BY G A Few Collected From Our Exchanges Found id and we are ► Thankful ' the New neighbor, S. F. Han- wife have at last <6 the ;a>: I "M The site of o$ Fort Dearborn, Mi< aigan avenue and the river,' Chicago, li.'.s.been acquitted by .the-London Guar- antee and Accident company which Is erecting, a skyscraper there. Tin- laying of the corner stone was the occasion for an Impressive ceremony in which many leading citizens took part. There was a military escort of 55 men, thai being the number of the fort's garrison at the time of the massacre, Aug. l.i, t812. Mexico, . m - now _ State i8 I • any tfhere miss the center of the form—it has b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 January 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JAN. 4, I92S miMgTS •*" ''JPjlSa w the warm and sunny days of another summer. That would be anticipative. Dwelling too much upon disagreeable things shuts out the brighter life, it itrifles enthusiasm and renders impotent many of the best, efforts of man- kind. We have but one life upon this earth, and that life will be only as we make it. Bright spots should be culti- vated until thef become the dominant side of existence. Dark ones should be eradicated and then forgotten. Shiver—but think of the sunny days ahead. MANY young girls, even of tender years, tesort to paints and powders in order to enhance the charm*with which nature has pro- vided them. Intime they marry, and their JiusiMtfMl* are chagrin- " of their purchased it over, girls, 'you with in- you are ig of far the eye of a manly man then all artificial odomments combined. Sheltei^hat^xpensi^ Machinery • . * Machines under cover last twice as long as those that have the sky for a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 January 1923

JEln^ 9 -' h w. -^- ;. ■ '/.'-'■•^* - LiPaCOMK LIMK LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY/JAR.^-.'l^' TH *f : Epwertii League. ;, Ethfel Skaggs. ' lary 7th, lilli; . . P fP|f, *\Y SK&f?. wfe ms re*r- tronbfc? mg to of my af- mem- mmm 'There you are," said the proud father, "right, within one-,, first bloomiri' guess." ' o-o What is the Matter with Follett League? A Chautauqua program, with the pastor p^kipating, in the role of the superintendent, arid the mejnfcers of the church and chapter as artists and • lecturers, the Shenarfdoab (la.) Chap- ter's idea for "arranging an enter- tainment? atod making a ieauiol- lais. Thffweek of "Chautauqua" was such an ^iiitefestifeg innova- tion that the members ajre glad to pas^otMtw*' sug^stiorf.-^-Reptort-' ed by Nellie R. Bfoom.) o-o Remember. >worth League starts every fay night at 6:45. Ybu are lcome to attend. o-o A Thought For To^Day. jf autos now remind us ' wesse* cros^ the street, safer, 5 re mucft longer on this ball, l^he^this mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 January 1923

'' fi '■=: fi' ■v: -+r' V it Jk$i -i* Suit jg&Pf a 'depends upon Quality. You csb buy a suit for a cheap price. But the price will not be the only thing cheap about it. The material will be cheap, the workmanship will be cheap/ it will look cheap, and will make its wearer feel cheap. can buy a GOOD suit from ua at a REASONABLE price. It will look well,, wear well, and >the owner will NOT feel dowdy in the pres- ence of well dressed men. f -A GOOD suit puts PEP into the man who wears it. jn wearing apparel for the maa who wants the full value of hit money. We . have no other kind to sell. what the people of this ■HF -fe ?;*-& rr jMfcwiryift !! P v . , , , You have only to buy your mm , w , stomach aad prolong and W; cost of your meals. " WMm 1 Foliett, "-S'fsgS ■ - .V- ■: LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JAN., 4, 1923. wisi* ? if? E. E. KINO, Prop. HOMER WORftELU Chief Mechanic. We handle strictly Ford Repairs. Foliett, Texas. ===== sir See Us s Quick Strif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 January 1923

ISlpf^ W? si-WKf. SSSsn v - • BfcSII ^ °j" '■„ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES/ THURSDAY, JAN., 4, 1923. fiVS ■L~ wn and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now v%j£j£, SS5P — =-= Best was in Tuesday visit- friends. -_>■—- tiM- Branson and Chas. Har- roh were in for a short time trad- (• Don't forget Cunee in '"Silver Saturday nigbt at Follett was a Busy from southwest Lash, was in from north- Friday trading was in from yesterday at- Mrs. R. Wilder, left for the Shattuck, Okla., hospital Tues- day where she will be under Drs. Newman and Rollos care for a j few weeks. 0. A. Crump, of Woodward j Okla., w^s a Busy Town visitor j Tuesday and while here was seen shaking hands, with his many old friends. G.M.Green was in from the s was a for short I, business in from north- g some New northeast mixing with Follett busy folks foi a short time yester- day also attending to some busi- ness on the side. Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Duke and children, of Wichita, Kans., are visiting this week...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 January 1923

fp&>: r LIPSCOMB LlMfi^UOHT AKt) FOUETT -TIMES, THURSDAY.-JAN.. 4 U23 ■ '-?&0 Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 7ic 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. .MISCELLANEOUS. — ; If YOUR business is not worth Advertising—Advertise it for sale. ■> \ FOR SALE—Or trade Fordson Tractor. Call ofc write H. R. Laubhan, Follett, Texas. 42 DO YOU Want something? Advertise for it in this column and you will get it. IFOR SALE—Seed barley at my ! place 6 miles west of Logan Okla., at 60 cents per bushel.— F. E. Evans. WANTED—Want to hear from owner having farm for sale. Address Fred B. Mitchell, Texar- kana, Arkansas, Box 98. 41 LOST Nov. 29th, 1922 between Logan and Overstreet school- house an all wool red blanket with .black stripes and fringe around, the edge—Finder leave at this office. 113 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 January 1923

No. 42 AND FOLUETT TIMES FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, §AN., 18, 1923. Vol. 11, No, 10 ; * I®?®! h.-.. ■ : - , nj':: fe Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. *i\ ■ • ' .• ..... ' <i- ~ ' Famous Singer Helps Opera Ballet in Rehearsal 5£SSS. , by Our Regular i" - irajL SacjggJrS Je You Know, Wl: ■ HR 'Wr ",J —;T, Jan. 15 House was iog at Christain meeting At M WM HE "Wffll ■« w '-p.:' "M gTM A Few Collected From O^jr LATEST AND "J. '7- ' ' - ' Brief Paragraphs Interest Chaiiapin opera and ballet, for be of tbe opera. The 4H. Devor ■ * - "&« old 14 . it mmm to the basso, Is not content to. merely .sing, bat is interested In aU more tban most singers do abont "the component parts. He is especia" that their manner of «it*y and performance hns mncb. to dfuvitb the el er day he attended rehearsals of tbe ballet being trained by Adolph Bolir 44 s ballet, and took an active part In suggestions for its improvement^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 January 1923

'-Mi-* ' - -;• [) '■ •• r 'SiQ'' J< .< ■rtin ■ ■ it .«—. ■■■■■! ■ ■ ■■ Monday—This was pa's berth- day' annlverslty agen and Ma go and by him sum tMng and say it leaved went to be trades when be 1.60 Zones. bill or stun thing and. they tie* Check witch I .preseairto him and seem to shbw much ree. it* : . . ii--. HE* cum < \ a? III LIGHT FQLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JAN. 18, 1928 Come And See Our Prices ! _1HU JHH Mi—i ■ II ■■WHiWI Will ''I We.sellall kinds of lumber and building materials, and WE KEEP THE PRICE j DOWN. The best advice we can give you is to see oar Materials and get our prices. To >: a considerable extent the cost of a house or other building depends upon you. There is much j science in buying building materials. Know the lumber vou are getting. OUR AM— WELL MATERIALS PAINTS FENCE MATERIALS Our policy to get what you want when you want it. We always have it some place. 'vr. r.1.., ±jj down, dresses and hair in dire disarray, and with their heads on the shoulde...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 January 1923

LIESCOMB LiMLv LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. JAN../ 1923, mm Practice e Epwortti League, Ethel Skagfcs. These, my friends, a^e the holy habits Frecommend. Others will By Third Department, . ? Good Clean Habits Heve in habits; I believefollow on. Behind thtm all. of make 01 break us; I believe mine our happine&s he: 5£4 Iter* Therefore I the habit of keep- >me portion of each day reading and for prayer. ?our first business. the habit of giv- & definite pro- le in special men—in and of his at fixed habit of "no ex- course, must be the hunger after God; but with these habits form- ed you have the certain helps that God has sent to bless your days; and more than this, to make of you a faithful steward of the church of Christ. 4 o-o What Will it Take to Make a Success of Our League? What greater things can we do as a chapter, to <tnake our league more Successful, moie interesting, [-associates ssJBBP habit of ac- "V*. #* o$ the - •> . >y rist Will meet Jesus . of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 January 1923

■_ St.. "-\> ,S jgfflji; sat &ND FOLLETT TIMES; THURSDAY, JAN., 18, 1923. You can. buy be the only IS ttfo' t will lookcbeaji, and feel cheap. §5- ;W3 "fsnir GOOD suit ABLE price. . ■ ■ , ■ ■ :1S®I ?;.?■ * t f f $ I Kf^IJI i ! l it ' A ^ i S, Ji jj ■« v-^ T \ « Here l.s Dr. B. AL McKoin, arrested in Baltimore fur alleged connection 'with the. murder of two citizens of MerRouge, La., which is laid at the doors ft#! members of the Ku Klux Klan; and the little jail at Bastrop where Jeff Burnett, another of the accused, is locked up. •>: T* ■ I MI1 >§MWjggg^ ' " r i men. £<.&- Wl *3 ik -MS* ^ M£ ':. m k t-fisi M ":S- . m mwimm > II B psmt! .& - ■-. - .'•■ wWS3m* Dr. McKoin and the Bastrop Jail I HE DIDN'T UNDERSTAND Ttif« Father—You told me that he worth millions, and so I gave*him hand,, of course. New that you najTledi I find that he is as poor i. a. chftrfh mouse. What difl yW' i? Daughter—Well, papa, he was porth that to me. School Notes A professor of Alv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 January 1923

„ mm %mm§- - lllpippp; a- *%?K - " — Pip It < ~ W§£'>.' : • .:■' ?< ;■ ': LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JAN., 18, 1923.; •• FIVI Sj'-\ n and Country Notes " W'j'f ■-..i- <' * -r «" * - Choice and Up to Now j. After Every Meal busoess. s4V-M Earl Dyke was id from north Monday. J.P. Arthurs spent Sunday ter, Miss Myrtle. Martin Mandelick was in from s uthwest of here Saturday on in from the & Monday Albert Laubhan made a busi- Shattuck, Okla., bwM • ' - ■ Wm''\ * . Fred Cook, was over from Dar- one day last week on ■ • Earl Bixjer was in from north- east of here Saturday attending ,o business. ^ ^ Miiler was in from the down on the Wolfe Creek, Saturday trading. M. Thayer was in from west Of . _} ■ ay morning attend- " I olprlpo^ity was in the Busy Town lola business.' Mi was in with frigmfc the her improvement. f ^"^S&ihaa is school. Chas. Harron was in the Busy Town from southwest of here Saturday mingling in the bus- tnsss circle. H. D. ; Lash...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 January 1923

mm SJ.c" ■ ' ' -, ,•:. .'"Sfi- 7-.. i , ^ ■} 3: v " ffiRfB FOLLETT- TIMES, THURSDAY, JAN., )i W2a PPiS^' 1&: (v ■ .-, .• . '/ / lgg&| PW^ '•#* •Ja itsy^ IflBMaj p ifi ,i Ijlf 9s I*/':--' • ■**,?■J SH Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of lie pes, 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. 634620.—P. B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. MISCELLANEOUS. If YOUR business is not worth Advertising—Advertise it for sale. 1 1 "BABpCHICKS". ALL Breeds ] Thoroughbred. CertS fied. / ] "Heavy-Egg-Production." Pop- ular Prices. Write NOW foi big FREE sixty-page 1923 Poultry Book. El wood M. Pusey, East Liverpool, Ohio. 210 ===-t> 25 u Want to pay less for your Merchandise ana get more for your Cream^ Eggs and Poultry Don't forget to bring it to GROBE & RES1NG .:i- v?.-' 's't& " . Swift Station Market fe Follett, ... V;; *3fti .^>r; Xt*M msm ...

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