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

';:&a!9B V - :-■ -$ AND FOLLETT TIMES f==— FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB., I, 1923. — Vol. 11, No. 12 ■M Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County• Correspondent. AND THERE " ■ t People You Know, 'ithy Points—Paragraph- ed to Please You. FLAT, HPH Jan. 29 • met at Mrs. n's last Wednesday members present ex- Evans who.is in Four visitors were namely, Mrs. Roy Gheen, Mis. Carl Nelson the Clamppip t sewing for the hostess. "■""SesSIIE . , . assist in re- outfit in the Mrs. Dyson by fire itative.of the and Mrs. Dyson Next meeting will rith Mrs. Frank Peterson Aid will for the Orphanage, invites Gymnasium February 9 and 10 The district has been into eight sections, and ional champipfts will meet in Canyon oivtlie dates above men- jpned.x^The winning team in tournment will represent this distrct at the bi-district meet. Only sectional champions will be permitted to play in the dis- trict meet. Great interest is bei...

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 — 1 February 1923

i P? i '^r , Jj^|gjfp $ M| ill LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FQLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY FEB. J, 1*>23 LIKE LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES ' RATES. Zdnes--*-$1.50 1.60 .1.75 1.85 off to make them short and stick up and Ect. and when we steps in he locks up tmd wipes his nife off and says Yure next. We walked rite out. Tuesday—Ma cum prit near haveing a Accident happen with her today when she turned the corner over in town and run slam Other Zones i_ 2.00 5c I into a man but luckly for her he Publisher. — , Morning p it will be necea- check or money d class matter at Follett, Tex- 1918 under the of March 3,1879. r ve been haveing moved into are house than we had before, to- more cuz- of either ma or baa cum to pay axtensive Visit acupple days or But they are niee an all that, treats her so nice time that was a fat man and was nice and soft & conreqencely she was not brused up enny and excaped without injury. Wednesday—Mrs. Osers child went and swallered a quarter this morning and she was telling ma ab...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 February 1923

LIPSCOMIi FOLLETT TIMES, LIME THURSDAY AND THREE* „ - - h the Epworth League. By Third Depart ment, Ethei Skaggs.. #4 with . tore it is too Late. r hearts to God young ' it is too Late. Give s—yes you all to on earth, give of your to the Master. Are jr? What?\ will your on the Judgement Day. §®l#-o ; Be on Time. ur places at 6:45 every t at the league ser Duckworth ian be- ____ at 7:30. Every of the chapter should be > worth mm to of League service $s sermon. So re- on time. BBS? 4- -ow thing to Remember. i be some weaker one 2|W53Bp If a blinder soul there be Let me guide him nearer THEE; Make my mortal dreams come true With the work I fain would do, Out of self to love be led And to heaven acclimated Until ail things sweet and good Seem my natural habitude. —Whittier. o-o . ' - Round Numbers Will Do- ■ v The unprepossessing lady of un- certain age 'was calling on the small bo^'ij mother, and the child was d$ ng his best to answer her us questions politely And how old are you?" ...

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

T' T3£ JS^S|5ESSS^3/. _Z ' K : cWf^-'T ' W'Zk'-' ". V'. SgSfefg mm LIPSCOMB UME LIGHT AND FOLLETT T!lvfE.S, THURSDAY. KKB„ 1. IW. m*u1 -; ■ «JINs&3^ 1|P^^K§§|£ 1 gs&gSsH lifi zi BBS® VALUE OF depends upon Quality. You can 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. §&£ %gf 1- pp. can buy a GOOD suit from us at a REASONABLE price. It will look well, wear well, and the bwner will NOT feel dowdy in tine pres- ence of well dressed men. A GOOD suit puts who wears it. ? s#r"'' into the man ♦ Safes in wearing apparel for the man who : full value of bis money. We have no other kind to sell. We know what the people of this community wants. •'W v * 'Ml : 2S; ~mm ■■ 5p§ ^IIP You have on*y to buy your foodstuffs ' where they are known to be of the beet. Protect your stomach and prolong ie—Improve the Quality and ieduce the c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 February 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB., 1, 1923.- y, Choice and Up to Now Gamer, north here, sick list this week. Itl ' ■ • - .Jones was in from north Monday on business. 1 took a car load of ball boys to Higgins the farm northeast of £L"- Redebsper^er ^ . „ was a ler in from1 southwest evening §£•* - - * • - ^ Saturday. laSi!"'" " W. E. Gadberry one- of the many busy farmers was see on the Busy Town streets for a short time Saturday afternoon. Miss Elsia^ Russell, teacher of the CopeSchool, was in Fri- day evening taking in the Lyceum and the Odd Fellow "upper. —- Mr. and Mrs- Cecil Coulrroupe were among those down' from Dar?ouzett taking in the Lyceum and Odd Fellows supper. Friday I After Every Meal the evening; Mrs. W. C. Walker left for Kansas City for a few days on Mrs. Jake Spangle, of west of i I here, went to Shattuck, Okla., u ^ frnm !SatUrday t0 have SOme dental shoppers y work done. She returned later in of here. A. B. Griffith has been k with tonsilitis b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 February 1923

51P! lit :.• J* -V .. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT- TIMES, THURSDAY, FEP., 1, ttf2? :*' ■ ' ' g|pEi£ - r — Creditors Closing Out The tmm lp£: ajg^jE > // r-I" ' * '* Follett, Texas ;JpS Groceries, Dry Goods, Shoes, Ladies Ready-to-Wear. Men's Clothing, Hats and Caps mm iitip B§| We have moved to the Follett Stock a large part of the Booofcer Stock -v--* • - * „ ■ * 1 * * ..* f, HP§£ •/ - Highest Market Price Paid for Eggs, Cream Poultry <-< ——1—. ■ - W&mi mm 'V : • Thursday Friday Saturday We will pay in trade. Eggs 25 Cents; Heavy Hens 171 Cents; Light Hens 14i Cents; Cocks 6i and 7 Cents Cl® 59 S&slS^ BB r<. 1-fi "•'*! mi SHIS !Jerr-: life HKfH E'"- filB «§Njs1£J * «iCv ••' BggKgH I . . - The world has never known ;3*^r . •;;? 11 pppppi fiJS 5v •• Darrouzett, Texas. m&'S' PM — His :;c. ' ISPB mm See the Brunswick Phonograph and - A Large Assortment of the Latest sad most Popular Records. Come in and hear them. N. C. HICKS Follett. Texas. 0. (Saps* m ^SSH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 February 1923

lwJSI4£ I adflbaHi AND FOLLETT TIMES No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB., 8, 1923. Vol. 11/ No. 13 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—rt)eveted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County / mm-. Audie Smith lllllftilM NOTES .Qvm ||ye and GirW Sit iptou - - - .' ffrie&ds *ar program of lectures on dairy- ing, hog raising, there will her^a meeting for boys amjklgirls. A special jyovitatior^/Ts extended to the'^farnrw^ajen to attend the de- rations as the speakers will bave ^omthing particularly im- portant to say to them. Following is -part of . the schedule: ' . v r'i. . ' , '■ . * - • ' - V - • MONDAY, APRIL 2nd. Glazier 8:25 a m 9:60 a m tt . 12:30 p m tt--- — 1:55 p m _ _3:20 p m 7:30 p m TUESDAY, APRIL 3 8:30 a no l&M^jck, Okla.—^ 1:00 p m Twins Born Joined Are Separated .. wrt lt *is V at the work rmer students of i us npt one who Catesby News Notes. - CATESBY, OKLA., Feb, 5— Mr. Oakir Shau and family who has been Visiting his sisters Ber- . i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 February 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY FEB. 8, 1923 LIGHT _ __.ir -times '-•rfFv! fcl RSTES. Second Zones $1.50 —- 1.60 . . 1.75 ...L86 Zones.. 2.00 5c Rfldtater. There was a large rabbit hunt last7Saturday, but on account of the intense cold very few attend ed. B. F. Green and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. McNeil. Bee Bee. r of Sack mmm mm d class matter at Follett, Tex- 31st 1918 under the of March 3,1879. v,.: - Methodist Church Notes. W% believe that every body needs variety in his life, That monotony kills, s That Sunday should be differ- ent, That special services on Sun- day makes the work of the other six days more effective and pleas- W> JJiat the moral , teachings cf the church are a help and an in- spiration as well as necessity to right living, That a town without a church is no fit place to live, , That it takes good people to make a good church, That those who who do not at- tend church services , are nfissing fore are pleased to in- to our ch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 February 1923

IMS JLIPSGOM!> LIME LKiHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. FEB., 8, l')23. THBEE the Bpworth League. By Third Department, Ethel Skaggs. wm- If I @an Lire IP I can live, To make some pales face brighter and to give A second luster to some tear-dim- med eye ^ Or e'en impart - One throb of comfort to an aching heart. Or cheer some wayworn soul in passing by; If I can lend A strong hand to the fallen, or defend _Tbe right against a sin^eemji My lifs though bale, Perhaps, of much that seemeth dear and fair To us of earth, will not have been in vain The purest joy, Meat near to heaven, far from earth's alloy, - Is bidding cloud give way to sun and shine; And 'twill be well If on that day of days the angels tells Of me, she did her best for one of thine. « —Helen Hunt Jackson, o-o Two Calling Questions. "What can fce done with- these millions of people who are using so much skill and daring in injuring other peo^^afticf wfafr themselves lead sjuefr a"^ pitiful life, hated and jeSfed - by al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 February 1923

•• * i Til ■ MM® ji - - H fit# sm* IIMM v*&*-zs-' • depends. upon Quality. You can buy a suit fore cheap price. But the price will not be the only cheap about, it. | The qffcttrial egll p, the '|r^iUfti|rill be cheap, it will look cheap, and will make its wearer feel cbeap Uhi-.l can buy a GOOD suit from us at a REASONABLE priofe It will kghg^ll wJtr vttlkAni the owner will fieljiowd ence of well dressed men. L "7- 'jSi A GGOD suit puts PEP intothe man :*F ■ ■ r- •■«-•■>. , *1 - • " - 1 W-,;.. «*.** «• •V i. X ' A ®- "to wearing apparel for the jmui -who ,r.. wants the full value of bis money. We ■pSSgj&wfeB ir?:g;: have only to bu, SSSw >~L ■ '- "r*" -:'..v • prolong ty tad mprove of your eK I . 1 Fellett, I. iwmm i ii ■ viv^r. Mmm LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSJ>AY, FEB., 8, 1923. OLD INFORMATION IS MISINFORMATION frf " : j J, - The-World changes. Old governments are passing; Dew governments, territories ^nd parties are in the forming. The discoverie...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 February 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB., 8, IS23. m — >wn Choice and Up to Now '' ' M) mil L ^ $ *? ^ Long is on the sick the Teter family have ing with bad colds this tvan, was in from Busy Town Monday Little Margaret Wilson has been on the sick list the past week but at this writing is again able to be about. -r- ! Oscar Hains and d^aghter, Lois were in from spjofheast of here Friday aft^wfaon visiting with friendsjgttfa trading. «. A. W. Steavns-was in from the Bob Barton, farm northeast of here Saturday, shaking hands with his many friends. Sheriff Roberts, was up from Jean Coleman j County Seat, yesterday afternoon days sickness is smil- '■ attending to some business mat- M ever ters in the Busy Town. W. H. Beck, was another of the jolly ones in from the farm north east of here Friday noon trading for Sunday. L> and give stomach a your lift. east of here, was trading and shaking with friends. th and family have to their beds the with the flu. gle and wife . ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 February 1923

^ --.v --V-; ?.lvUC' -•• - .V. — !r • - -" '*-^1 v->K ©ftleOMB LIME UflHT AND FOOETT. TJftiKS, THURSDAY. Ftl'., f, t^;t ■BKssa, x^$S&£lM v~- ; Ci- .-• •• r .,.,. . . * • ? :Mi?v *%* ««« SB® Closing Out The Bankrupt store Business has been so good we are moving the entire Booker Stores here to Close out. r~i~'.'; ^ - •* ' i'.1' :.;> . ' J ' - " * ,t Highest Market Price lor Eggs, Poultry artdXream - ^ •:. b^«." " • - ~A - i> . ' tv . rV>>v ;,~... . < • *< - ', • 7-a- , WM | S-s®&S£: • -■ •-?' • . v—- , - 10 Per Cent Discount on Groceries—High Prices forPoultry LOW PRICES FOR MERCHANDISE ■■i -"i ' •■ • J 4 :'; FREE SATURDAY—Contents of our Dry Goods Window—Guess how Many Yards. SB= ■ <■ s . === . i si'.C ..;v -J*..- ' ••:• . _ , , JPI iraasfc- waal \ >'■> t': I !§®s -^:V^ | ^ iSr-Z'^V^ • .* v.* J,v.- • 5gg £ raSaS ?: ' . jmmm igp 111^3 Bliss ! sSfe sir i * i ml. SlilPf*S ran • -^$K llp^l . : ''"■/> ;s ■.': ' • ' ■' - ' wbgzsSS&Sfcih.4,""• •...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 February 1923

- 1J pp ■i mm mm mrnmmmtmLmm AND FOLLETT TIMES " 1 H hi p 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB., 15, 1923. Vol. IVN^E, Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of FoUett and Lipscomb County. ' im ■ I'f '.IM-flU. in by Audic Smith I,.. • • Reporter -:>v. V ' >t our Own Live Boys and Girl* w*J' Sip; 'J '-i- * *v *' Ht You leg *~V V ;a^ V. 3 r ' ' sd we detfgbtful half boiMr and ning to the 'x; " iWMi pupils , "flu." Only wii^ There is a green hous? and in- side is a white hou^e. Inside this is a red bonse in which lives a bunch of little negroes. What is' it? A watermelon.—Ralph Meyers. Employees Are Given His Business Hig&land News Items W, T, King recehed a long distant call from Meskoge^ Okla. to come to that place where his sister died. He left Thursday, sight on the Shattuck midnight train. The big woff dri^e Friday pro- a failure from every point of; view the lines were poorly organ- j 'zed and all the coyotes escape aefore t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 February 1923

c-1- I KlP&gPiP HSrI 'ii LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THUPwSDAY FEB. 15, 1928 FOLLETT TIMES ' 1H& BATES. J5oBes*~-$1.50 1.60 ........ 1.75 .v .. .. i.85 .... 2,®0i 5c - — - |the publication It will be necesl Icheck or moneS oa Thursday Moraine tf & -at ? *n* H class matter at Foilett. Tex- tile 3,1879. was a lady and here to see us tellers and . of us did- in such it pa sed he i acct he went I of them mitt* Flat Items. SOUTH FLAT, Feb. 12- Mrs. Newt. Burlison received word Sunday, t that her sister-in- aw, in eastern Oklahoma, was dead the cause of the sickness is not known. Z Mrs. Will Sercey who formerly ived in this community is dead She died at nine o'clock Friday night. She had the "flu" and it went to her heart. There was no Sunday School or Christian Endeavor Sunday or, account of the sicknesg in the community. The Busy Bee* C lass social wil be held at the home of Mr. anc Mr?. Messner. Mr. and Mts. Evans spent Sat- urday night wjth her mother, Mrs. Olive Gr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 February 1923

f||SIP> " 3$W^'S-'''* *'■ "'• '"i" ' P- LIPSCOMB UMK UCHT AND FOLLKTT TIMES, THURSDAY. FEB., 15. !'>23. THREE ■:*wKi Bg • • rajg *..' By Third on young 1 woman should attend the League if they are not eles where. As Rev. told us Sunday nigStji League. rment, Ethel Steaggs. That under each rank wrong, sooi&rbere, There life the root of Eight That each sorrow has its purpose By thfe sorrowing oft conquered. But assure as the sun brings morning— t * Whatever is-r-is best! I know that each sinful action, As sure' as the night bi ings shade, Is somewhere, sometime, punish- K«ittr ?rrr^u, fcv ** xr+i&ii t I ffjp \ Tho the hour be long delayed, at the soul is aided the heart's un- GENUSNE "BULL" DURHAM TOBACCO Come On in— We now have a nifty line of shoes for every member of the family, from shoes that will fit baby sister to good dress shoes for dad. Also have a nice little line of clean and up-to-date dry goods, new patterns. Are you huugry? Come in look over our good whols...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 February 1923

gr -:' - 4~ 'r ■ &« . «■• . .;•••.'>•■>-• •,;■ glStlS^. '• .• • '''' - V . _-v-. it « ^TTTT ijSS^Srsa rOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB., 15, 192a ,v>,~v iA%-" ■fill |*a tM E*'*: a-- " "v • ;1- v ";>.1 ;: ySM Step lllfe depends upon Quality. You cw toy a suit for* a cheap price. But the price will sot be the only thing cheap about it. The materia) will be cheapi the workmanship will be cheap, it ^ill look cheap, and will make its wearer feel cbeap. ?siti.~+js," jsPysl ■• ifey :.Vr- l-v* ; V \ • •; ■ a GOOD suit (torn as. at a fABkE price. ;r well, and the will NOT feel dowdy in the pres. "l " i ) '•" "'ft • mbeSBft1 OLD INFORMATION IS == 'P 1 The World changes. Old governments are passing; new governments, territories parties are in the forming. The discoveries and inventions of to-day are superseded by the aehievments of to-morrow.. The old-fashioned, bound, stitched and glued encyclopaedia se/ved">. its purpose in a past generation. A new age demands a new Eneybpaedi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 February 1923

m still Mi L&mCOMU LAME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB., 15 1923- FIVE w$m I Choice and Up to Ijjow After Every Meal 'A - v was in Satur- '* L A of here trad- was a Follett m east of here Satur- SFJSgT.: ;. • •« ': mtmmn was a Busy northeast of m on, the northwest of * ' ?f; was .a Busy *r from northeast of «l£8sfe#ra -i-' ^ -v was in from . wifefy hit him oyer the head with ay trad- , a -oiling pin to stunt his growth 1 as he is a good deal wider (more lier) and-not any taller than wSmm1 i do the business again returning to the L. K. Stegall residence at were quietly married by that good man at 2 o'Clock a. m. Thursday, Feb. 15, 1923. Last Saturday the Lime Light Force was delighted by a visit from "Cap" Mitchell, Editor-in cheif, of the Monitor, at Shattuck Oya. "Cap" has a babbit of dropping in on us ever so often between trains while in the Busy Town mixing in business circles. (We don't. know, but we're go- ing to make a guess that maybe Ciiew your food well, then u...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 February 1923

.:• ■ ^h.-\.,-: '-l . -. rM& W wmm&tm FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY,. FEE., 35." 1423 Criaco 6-pound Cans, at Tomatoes, at Matches, per box__V- - Prince Albert tobacco, at TWO GOLD MOATED .SSt and Ladies Union Suits, Com, 4 per can Blackberries, per gallon can__ Prunes, per gallon can_ Libby Apple Butter, per can. Beats, per can.... _ Jet Oil, Brown or Biack, lie Uoionalls, ■MM mmm m&m Mens Overcoats, at- FIRST PRIZE Worth $175.00 at_._ 3-pound Can Coffee, at Soap Crystal White, per par ""$k Worth $150.00 These beautiful Phonographs will be given FREE Id the Canidates obtaining the greatest number and the seeonfd largest number of Votes by the time the Sale Closes* SATURDAY tflGHT, MARCH 17th Gamletts, cting prices. . .mu, ,u •—^"jr— *'HIE1 1 V V.';- " ^ v m*4 i A . • J.*1 A Sound, Alt •. hbbwmmbj,ijjw111 iiipmiiiiiann i Wmm • *T> . ri dss WWm- &£WW---:4, \ - mm 15 f,.. b.J I (Mf. si/-: spae-y,™ P^&SSPi \r&vTri ■ • k'' //*'' tf K?S;w* k,1 fcfci' fe - f&Si Hg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 February 1923

V v,'i ; ■HMHHg mmmtS3MS&-: S^/i;--.-/E ■■'■" , ■ ■~S*« ' -M mk i m : S ^ t ■'■""- S'- "■1 - ' 8&Ki ***J * " " -V "jr •-"'- - i Sh9| I AND FOLLETT TIMES No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEli., 22, 1923. 1 .. / ;.. = Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. . .. ■,. i -i— «5| •f-'. ' :• *' 1 • I '■ ' T"'-X 1 ' " you have to be I Dedicating Monument of Victory football boys are very proud of their pictures which Vol. 11, No. 15 week as the Lime were coming to work we noticed P flp^ ; ife*' m im If " * 'j/ % ** PI#4' fill {> ^ i%:. I 11; rl- 5t| ■ i t * * -♦$> ;1t .'• •* ;J.4. ••:-•"'<• 4?® ' . NEAR-BY A I ew Collected I Von* Our Exchanges. laying on] in-ftbe front of the residence, and were suspence all day, but late for the .-p was,erects one two hunr . Well, we Hi <&<* ,■ ?%%?. :,sr ''V 14 v* PUCM; *he Doit pflBls. make the SteSj.the Busy Town. tailed at the some time installed re- ft...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 February 1923

w -7 Wf;r . \ i 1 «.' >'. ■ '>■ f RATES. Zones $1.60 '., 1.60 1.75 1.85 other Zones J. 2.00 ..... 5c — C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY FEB. 22, L923 the publication It will be neces- draft, deck or money BSaSSKS^KS* Morning of ltd J *,:s4 , Tex- underthe yery di|H a m&n speak on sum sub- 5"' -*•*■" . J£- ^ .£. f i y' ' * ,The * only I can remem- etc. Pa sed the only time BiUy hears about the devil and ect. I when hia pa has a blow out or gets a clinker in the f arnica or a splinter in hia finger. : Monday—I' Can't understand Jaoe aum times. Today'we was a Tawking about different people and she told me I bad more luck then sencie I sed to? her Why I never do have any luck. And -she replied back and sed Yea I no*you dont. 1 think ahe is hard to understand Tuesday—The high akool boys and girla are a going to have a nex week but Edna ma wortt jet her go to I int. ma if ahe new y Ednas ma woodent let her go and ma sed ahe Ihot it mite probly...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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