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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 February 1923

LtMfc LIGHT AND FGLLfcTi Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i ——— i h League. Ethel Skaggs. I am glad No word ctf mine has helped to . kill her pride. \ < "WHERE lately faith was deep 1 *" . faith dwells no more; One who was not too wise to be ; > deceived Site where the shadows creep a- cross the floor, And mourns a loss that cannot be retrieved. Those who have brought the woe- ful change about May think they did their duty and no less; Thank God it was not I who. found him out . And brought the news that wreck- ed,ber happiness!"—By S. iser. ^ How tiue—yes how true the a- iwve fines are. How eager we are push are fallen brother and sis- down rather than to lift them ^. to God. Think on 1.1 1 Probate—Writ. THE STATE OF TEXAS, To the Sheriff or any Constable Lipscomb, Couoty—GREET- flNG: ARE HEREBY COM- to cause the following Mtice to be published in a news- :.*M> . J «• £ 1 - and the "<!> old ha* woman — 4-t_. =r Notice you - BkJSSfi&Kt •M SBrfMMI mEZ •• r rotfsrr. , ^ |g TIMES, T...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 February 1923

jps&S- ' "-•r: • * ■ mm . • LIPSCOMB UJ*E Aftt> F0LLett times, thursda U., 22 1923 -n- ^.. f "' -* ' ^ 2. •"•;' % . ■'a ' . E^jp * ■■ %M ../-•' ■ S* ■■'- •- : v , - • '>. >. - • -\ -> /.M ; aay VjHj " V,'. £ '- ■ £ " '? §53 i BlSfililiiB ; .•* - -2^ - i- fr | I*!:-* l«®5pr.. -;E;V.<. %53il *.>,:•••■- • ®£ Pr4Ki^&, JN&$ « |®W#i -_* 3555 depends upon Quality. You cab 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 us 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. A GOOD suit puts PEP into the in wearing apparel for the man who wants the full value of bis money. We have no other kind to tell. We know what the people' of this community wants. Better Still' pRlaB S&--«*: >* . .. , who wears it. p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 February 1923

,-°y UFSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, FEB., 22 1923. FIVE National Bank After Every Meal Worrell has been on Hat this week. * • irobe, mortered to Booker, oo business. Garner and Mr. Slack in yesterday morning trad- , ami Mrs. J. P. Authors io today trading from south- of here. . Mis. P. 'Brown were from northeast of near Cateaby with t. - was in from north Monday on business ■ „ jK, m of wheat of here looking after in (rami northeast ol here Monday attend Sag to buainesa matters. Earl Baler was a "PoubleOt natured s&slp®. Russell 2'.": at of here. Wheatly the! Mr. and Mrs. Roy Griswold j were Follett visitors and traders for*a few hours, Tuesday after- noon from the' farm north of here. Mrs. R. N. Coleman and little er, Betty Jean, left Tues- day for Perry ton to visit a few days with her parents near that ptece. ■ | Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garner were . in Follett for the first time j from their farm north of. herej Monday after a two week illness wkh the flu. The pas...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 February 1923

vfss,'. '\ •>-£-'. *j£ ... LtV LIPSCOMB LIMB LIGHT AND FOL1 ETT .TIMJFS, 'l li URSDAY, FEBtm im m ISE m . I ... .,'••<*.•• . ! ■ ^•v More Days vTf/v-;• ■*' '• - .. .. - i For Our Closing' Out - mmm mmm Sto''1 ■' mm w.- iWv '■ To the first i|Sw&2ffl8§$iL'~~ lUT Its intering the V FEB. 28 11*11 free free free TWO GOLD THROATED I PHONOGRAPHS FIRST PRIZE Wort i $175;CO SECOND PRIZE Worth $150.00 Thes* beautiful Phonographs will be given FREE to the CanijJates obtaining the greatest number and thi.' second largest number of Votes by the time the Sale Closes. SATURDAY NIGHT,* MARCH 17th At Less Than At About Half Price and see our list of Con est ;ven test Candidates it is t „ - u/p antiri. J: :;S:m -.rfr V v a % r~'-fe iSfe; JjV 15^1^ -- - ' .^.1 * '■ : ?? «v .< , M? * • *t •iV:;::-. ;-r. . ... .......... mmm&m wmeesmm mtm r-- .'I ■* >■ '/'"ivyj"' L I - . ^^ . ' *2 ^ jk^' -sr& > ' ■Bp *3 ■4JX ' iate-7 M. ' T T> ♦ 'Ss^'" imumm | ^ •■<••' Is m 1 • & •\,...

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

■wfPiiPF: ':*)% ■ f • ' ' " V 7, •_• - ; «¥1 Jraf ■s'^i'v * . w..*--t ?- -■if't&Y.: -Vol. 4. -V- D r |H yuiiivi tpi b . =^i i ±o J plr t] i "i r*$%| AND FOLLETT TIMES FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAR, 1, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 16 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. -v; * • M-r. -J Turned in by Audie Smith :f ••"- '"T.* School Reporter ■ £i« -- '5'\ . if . -V " THE SCHOOL NOTES Doing of our Own Live Bunch of Boys and Girls —Will Interest You ?sMr Spring is.on its way. There *re certain signs which never fail to tell us when this beloved sea- near. The days are get- much' longer and quite often r there comes a warm balmy day filling us with a certain .feel- . * - . 1 "Qrwrinrr known as "Spring Peter." But it is the girls and boys who find the first signs of Ipa them on to the older folk. Tennte and Volley Ball have taken honor away from basket-ball. From groups of and groups of large the familiar cry, kail!" Wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 March 1923

IPS 3£= M UF&X>M&;UME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, 4 111 KSDAY MAR. 1, 1923 MB • : ■ ■■W ID FOLLETT TIMES IIPTION RATES >nd Zones $1.50 1.60 1.75 1.85 Zones 2.00 5c — Publisher. the pi It win be neces- draft, check or money Morning as second office class matter at Follett, Tex- 1918 under the of March 3,1879. Diary -Tuki and: : are test in gografj sum thing tells ire to get a ruther poor a mirackle. cums happens to occur. The me to understand • that I-diddent do so well. She sed. You it have 2 things On yure. mind at 1 & I gess she rite. A speshully ' 1 of them happens be a game of mie or sum thing Sat u rd a y—ma it me down town get sum meat for Sunday dinner and e got to playing shin- what I had came I town fur and was about a ai late. I had a good up to give to I got home she ast me enny .'thing wo&t ,was the matter. Xchises goes to Jinay cum In handy later on sum time in the future -herd a good- sermin .this morning: The iwked about men and whitch issent the Good m...

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

v>~.- == & UtPSCOAlI LfME LIGHT AND KOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAR., 1, JW23. THREE rotes j£\ ',V£ 1 Friendly thoughts are like may is no way- iide weed but what makes its little world lovelier and more fra- vrant . and blessed to the traveler who is able to see and compre- hend its message. So there is no friendly thought j however'Jnarti- c.ulate, that does not carry a two- f ld message.—Exchange. 0-0-0 "Do not look'^forward to what might happen} to-morrow; the Mr. Hathaway the broom corn buyer stoped in Catesby Monday. - .• -• - • . He was on his way to southern care of you to to-morrow and, Texasto; look over the broom fame everlasting Father, who will take every you ;|rom He will shield ig, or He will give you unfailing stren th to Lear it. Be at peace then and put atide all anxious thoughts ."-Exchange. s&ty&r.: ,v * *• thinking about things that we It is only j| great and come to by long for tbem ponging for and Ioto . beauty and > Catesby News Notes. CATESBY,...

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

pafe^i^x * 2- )£ j^JV, SSHSS^Sj* >;:s s. ""-^JR? Sfi- LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT AilD FOLLETT n:\iLS. THTRSL'AY, MAR., 1, 1923. ■Sfi" fpfefo"' 1 v-;.-"' 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 materia) will life be cheap, the workmanship will be cheap, it will look cheap, and will make its wearer feel cheap. -. - • S§||§iggi wm_ can buy a GOOD suit from a REASONABLE price. It will look well, wear well, and the owner will NOT feel dowdy in the pi%i* ence of wejl dressed men. A GOOD suit puts PEP into the mao who wears it. gjFr _ v * • ' in wearing apparel for the mut who .«• irv ,V- wants the full value of his money. We have no other kind to sell. Wt know what the people of this community V;v wants. S3&- Better Still— * You have only to buy- ^youu* foodstuffs where they are known to be of the beat. • - * . Protect your stomach and pro!bnf your Life—Improve the Quality and ieduce the cost of your meal...

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

$*& '\<> ' .i : ' , ' ' • saaa , •••V ''' ••"••3 ' •. ■*■..-r" Qp| IPS Sg^ggv SH j ., LIPSCOMB LltylS LIGHT AN1J FOLLtiTT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAR., 1 1923. FIVE 's^V v :tT'" sfe If i -v.V.' -— ■> and Country Notes — sa ' m Snappy, Choice and Up to Now ^ *V-> •-• r-.. - - — - .. in =25= J. G. Winters was a Follett;trading and shaking bands with visitor from'shattuck, Okla., yes-jfriends. lerday^ • j C. R. Young, of the Frass V 5b. C. Crites w a s in fro m l State Bank of Darrouzett, was southeast of here Friday looking - among those attending the Home iHl^-ted^ess. ! Talent Lyceum Course Friday evening. Oscar Haines and family were The wise man never butts in out being sure, that he is able L W far# r give stomach a your lilt. t out again in from pleasant country Provides "the bit ol sweet" in beneficial form. Helps to cleanse the teetb and keep them healthy. & •*'V visitor business. being held. Gray, was a business ]M[|ss Edith Long is confind to from Higgins, Texas...

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

... ■*> v- "SfeSrVi ';irv Mm y^ggSj^jai t *7 i LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TJMLS, ri i-1 L'KJSJJA V, MAR.-. 1. • L-J2;> mm t"-- ;. . ^ SB4*"*. - #£©41 Mil gv-.XJ/Ta "-wr'r'ei Mm _ SEDAN Price f.cxr i§s At tfie aewlow price the Ford as ever It provides enclosed ear com- fort in a dependable, quality product at a foinimum cost I S Your order placed now wfil livery. Terms it (MM. ^. Darrogzett, Texas. ;i &| . '". \ - - ' • ■ "" ■ :' £ Z 1FS ' :•' ' ;. - m—u.a "oodstuff Prolongs Life Food Does Not -SW "•v . *x . ' - . ' ' . ■ DON'T commit slow suicide by poisoning your system with impure and improper food. Eat only food that is of known .purity, and yon will live lon- ger and die happier. We sell high grade groceries and foodstuffs. We guarantee every ounce that we sell. We sell at a close margin of profit, and we protect your health and your interests in every way. I if. ; jgg* %'■ §ip|> £?; K. F. MILLER, Proprietor Follett, Texas. V Classified Wants Wants under this h...

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

T . RSaw^. s.. a f|Smyr-|fr mm w* aBBa 1 n iLfl AND FOLLETT TIMES fol. 4. No. 42 ■ ' FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS/ THURSDAY, MAR, 8, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 17 i .. m.' ; ESSE Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. & ■ w. - . Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. About People You Know, I'ilhy Points— Pafagraph- ed to Please " • . . You*. s.' > ■ LIPSCOMB TEXT, Man 5.- We bear that tennis, volky and croquet sets have been for the Lipscomb School any time. the ugliest man; was staged be- tween Kay Wingert, of Catesby, and George T^ravis, Follett. Mr. Travis won by about a hundred votes. The play was also a good one and everybody left well satis- fied with the entertainment. The Lone Star basket ball boys won a great victory over the New Home last Friday by a 20 to 21 count. The Highland boys will play the Shattuck boys on th* Shattuck Court Monday ght Match 5th. Rev. Blink, of, Shattuck, wil preach at Highland School hou...

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

.JUgiS-.. ■ ■ - " :;v mm ION RATES. Second Zones—-$1.50 1,60 .... 1.75 ........... 1.85 Zones 2.00 5c C A. SKAGOS. Publisher. or money m£$m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY MAR. 8, 1923 t-*t *-X-^32-?r tmsMm ':kv as second class matter office at Follett, Tex- 31st 1918 under the 'V March 3,1879. Rjypi^ I got good and even I rung her up When she answer Jjffco was it tawking sed This Is the felllow sed the xrtber day was boy in town. - And die over the fone and sed Why hello Ted t am very pleased you call me Bo the way even with her 0 you made me and I hong up fone. 1 diddent gO & SDKM over. You t never ketch the hand Q000 ANO BAD LUCK SNEEZES Poouiiar a«U*f« Havo —n Handod Down From tho Karl loot Day* of ttoo Worl# Htotory. When everyone teem* to be tneez- ing, it to intereetlnf to recall the many queer superstitions which have been associated with sneezing from the earliest times. The Greeks always regarded it as lucky to sneeze between noon and mid- night, but most u...

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

Kl^p^lpl - --.1 ■LIPSCOMi; LIME .LICHT A\b KOLLLTT TIMES, ill L'USDAY, MAR., 8; J l>~-) THREE • - ■, i League Notes • By Ethel June Skaggs Need More Lore7 THERE were more love in world there would be less el war of every kind. itional difficulties could ided if all men loved God wed His teaching. In- rial strife also would answer knell if every employer iployee followed the golden The principal of the school, ter Mannicke, declares: "Love of neighbor spreads its 4 over national boundar- "Love of God towers above all §g& leves these assertions —as we hope every one will—is I e not bound to admit that the churches are devoting too much to cutrent worldly problems &nd too little to, teaching men to 1 vn. Let all who love God ami His remember that "the, c of the minister is to declare the Grace of God, men may be saved and built character." in asking the "What's in a name?" a favor because he that it's not who a man is, lie does which counts.— I. Robinson. * o-oo Mr Creed; im...

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

-" ' 1 -v - LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT- &.ND • FOLLETT 11 M MS. 'J ill RS DAY. MAR., S. 1H23. iriR fe; f ^PBEI VALUE A SUIT -JSfet?* •" ■ 4,t£> ^ w!wm^< -• *.:-v ^.5 depends upon Quality. You can buy a suit for a cheap price. "But the price will not be the only^ thing cheap about if. The material will be cheap, the workmanship will be cheap, it will look cheap, and will make its wearer feel ch£ap. YOU can buy a GOOD suit from us at a REASONABLE price. It will look well, wear well, arid the owner will NOT feel dowdy in the pres- ence of wejl dressed men. A GOOD suit puts PEP into the man who wears it. c - - ' in wearing apparel for the man who wants the full value of his money. We have no other kind to sell. We know 'what the people of this community wants. > Still-- YoO have only to buy your foodstuffs where they are known to be of the best. Protect your stomach and prolong your Life—Improve the Quality and reduce the cost of your meals. FoHett, Texas l PEAK NAMED FOR INDIAN G...

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

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND .FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAR., 8 1923. iMVE PUB Town and Country Notes *" r" ': ^ V' - After Every Meal nry made a business trip to'southeast of Follett Saturday. It uck, Okla., Friday after- j was sported .that a rabbit was killed while two coyotes were ps and S. F. Cross, Canadian Monday JUD to' business. Mr. Miller was in Follett .Saturday from near Booker at- tending to businese. Milton Schwope and N. C. [icks motored to Darrouzett Saturday on business. ' Ainsworth was in from north of here Monday trading and looking after business. Charley Phillips was in from Bear Logan, Okla., Saturday mix- among Busy Town Folk. Joe Pinkard was in from the north of here Saturday brought in. Mr. Clagett Cookmen, who is staying with her childremen who are attending school at Shattuck came up Friday on the noon train to visit for a few days with the home folks on the ranch north of here* , Last Thursday A. "B. Griffith and wife accompanied by Miss Katie Riffle and Miss E...

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

■■■PKI fgKSjr - 4. ^ ISP^c^S i>-*r'> . • "* jR* ~ SHs^! - tXEskji*i:' -■ ■ fid WfemSM MSilH ill -'t^^mCCMB LIME LIGHT AKD FOLLETT- TlM&is, THURSDAY, MAR.. 8, .1923 : ' i- - ■ ~ - -i. .-' T -, r \ ■! ■•, * ■WBL ■p ;V wm ~> : | sfi>- •* Sri :->s SSl % SEDAN km & Ml !g£?^*'■>-''-r=^--vri.r $5ak € '•? ' V£ :" MH§ iJEEbs^ v- i -4il -' ■• •''""I F.o.a <;>5S f*& \ •' ,ij •• fessijH Ktii N6 $fe. 9nl 11 M&- " '- 1-®S 3-;. s •; -*-'. .'* car ^ Your order plaobd now " prompt da- Frl; pi ■ m m '•-■„] iMiii - fm* m? m %r?\ ®3$&; J* Darrouzett, ';-lV - n* > '-"' *r'"■■!. '.. i :: Xv.Tt-j - II 5= .7'; p - 1 ?WS > SSf - •J >t IS i# Foodstuff Prolongs 'oor Food Does Not SP?: 1 ' IT H '£ ' l* • 'i ■' ■ ' ' '- DON'T commit slow suicideby poisoning your system with impure and improper food. Eat only food that is of known purity, and yon will life lon- ger and die happier. We sell high grade grocertoand foodstuffs. We guarantee every Ounce that we sel...

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

s is/11 AND FOLLETT TIMES •Vol .4. rfo 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAR, 15,. 1923. Vol. 11, No. 18 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follettand Lipscomb County. ssP-3 Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. % , HERE AND THERE About People You Know, Pithy Points—Paragrtpli- ed to Please You. Rev^Brink, of . Shattuck, will preach at the HighlandSchool house Saturday and Sunday night and probably all next week Thepupiteof Highland School have again taken up their play after some delay and will exhibit it in about three weeks. Those who visited at the Fritz- ler home Sunday were*MisslQpal Hennington, Mrs. Jewell Cofdell and Mr. Archie Stevens. Hinnie Borth is on the sick and was unable to attend school. He on the road td recovery at m LIPSCOMB TEX., Mar. 1&~ On MaTch 4th, Mr. Lloyd {Thompson bofae near Catesby. and Mrs. Sterlie McKee spent Sunday at the Bussard and Miss Mildred Keffer ?(r-. ■>Z't ■ ma .Tied at Canadian. JH i >...

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

; 7.--: —_ > 5->--^- jg.v" vjv i .vS" -V! UPfljGOftlB LIME LIGHT POLUOT TlMfiS, THURSDAY MAE. 16,. 1.923 WW •' iHt AND FOLLETT 11M€S ———— — SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 1.60 1.75 1.85 2.00 5c Third Zone : ■t SSfat:::::::::::::: Sixth and other Zones Single Copies — C. A. 8KAOOS, Publisher. the publication ill be necea- In order to rurantM M foreign advertisements it wil mry to send either draft, check or money wrder win eopy. ^ubllihed oa Thursday Morning of Saca Altered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congressof March 3,1879. -i- :% «*v HARD to qet back at him MHor Seemingly Had Maneuvered Hlmaelf Into a Poaition That Waa Impregnable. ^ Bsek In the* day* of personal Jour- " i the talent of the editorial writ- devoted not so much to the of the merits of public as tse vituperation of the of the opposing party, par- tite editor .of the vile op- newspaper, writes Russell in the Indianapolis Star....

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

0^^' ;; I ■■Kf "- «.V«wI--7 I ■■■Ml" 11111 mm4m Ltt^OOWB L1MK HIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAR.. 15, l<)23 THREE ' ^ ;ue Notes fthel June Skaggs God Give Us Men! sjijr?"-.' *• .... .. ;• ;: men! A time like loea hearts, true da; ' the spoils of office spoilsfof office possess opinions and a ■v. ;ve honor,—men who not He; i, sun-crowned, who live the fog y, and in private te rahble, with their thumb-worn creeds, Their large professions, and their Mingle in seifisb strife, lo! Free- dom weeps. . Wrong nilwi the land, and wait- ing Justice sleeps! —J. G. Holland. Eel oooo THERE lies before us an old > ook. It was published in 1831. Its rovers are battered and frayed and Its pages are discolored. We note In it these words, which were utterered many years before the book was published: "Beware of Imagining you shall obtain the end without using the means con- ducive to* it. God can give the end without any ngeans at but you have no reason to think h$ wilt Therefore, constantl...

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

•-m a • '~.£sggB ft ^flgg *V«J LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT &ND FOLLETT ..LIMES, THURSDAY, . ; V*r ISES . jfcjT*■£.; 3 : . " .J&il ^JlSS g^ferlf * HBraS : ISs 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. W- can buy * GOOD suit from us at a WaSst W&&- WgSSigs wmi&M ..„. jl< ■ ... REASONABLE price. It will look well, wear well, and the . owner ^ill NOT feel dowdy in the pres- ence of well dressed men. r£'? "Or'wv*" • - • •• . _ . • A GOOD suit puts PEP into the man who wears it. WftrT~ I, Hi f ;\/A apparel for the man .who mmmar- r~ —;u" value rf "• We ; have no other kind to sell. We know the people of this community > .*■ mii . ;.... . - .v., ; ^ Better Still— he- * You have only to buy your foodstuffs where they are known to be of the test. _ , _ Protect your stomach and prolong y...

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