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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 April 1923

W*Sss,- Wi ^ ? '■£:' -: .V.": f --■" • -- . V.- V J. ■■ - • - r "• ■ *' rv: ... ■-V, >y.* T - v ■ . - •-._* >'•-• - -'- r,.*.- ' - :; * .- J ' < /*| "i . ' ;'70-> *-._ a - - — .- I IMF. L/IJUlli JUUl AND FOLLETT TIMES T^y ld-Vol. 4. No. 42 iiwiiPisl 2£5 v-ZSC FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL, 26, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 24 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. Radical on Trial at St. Joseph, Mich. gplH Wmm. the Youog people will u - Leave the Country? n up—'Make William Z. Foster and the jury trying him at St. Joseph, a charge of violating the lism law through attending convention held la dones near St. Joseph last itlthat the > bright hna/^-oo. ■■■ . It is small, tmtJfc> solid, m to the p:pi pj ' nslEftPssS is one oppor- are many men of varied experience to grasp ^It. S great majority the men f t expecting to gO Back A Pew Collected From Our Exchanges. LATEST AND BEST IP3 im Brief Paragraphs Tha...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 April 1923

••TV SSI.. ?W0 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY APRIL. 26, 1923 LIME LIGHT * AND FOLLETT TIMES OPTION RATES. id Second Zones $1.50 1.60 Zone-v L75 Fifth Zone .... 1.85 Sixth and other Zones. 2.00 Single Copies- — 5c • ,- ■ to guarantee the publication _ advertisements It will be necea- send either draft, check or money «opf. I v SKAGGS. Publisher. Thursday Morning Week of Sack as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- . 011 July 31st 1918, under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. ===' " ' Slats' Diary llllife s-jmn- gig out for owns a race Horse. Tuesday—I was telling Jane that Uncle Hen's horse bad win the Derby last winter down New OrleenB. and she sed Well what in the wirld does a Horse want with a Derby, they cant wear them can they. I answered her in Latin & sed Packs of Biskets witch means Peace be with you. Wednesday -'The trafick C.op told pa he cuddent stop in the middle of the square today and pa just laffed and sed I gess you are not acqu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 April 1923

- ;':r" ap$ 1111 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES^ THUHSDAY, APRIL.,-26, 1923 THREE Epworth League N6tcs By Ethel JuneSkaggs Dealing with the Temper Tempter. If some devil, inside or outside, occasionally tempts you to lose your temper, come at him, the next time he comes at you, with this: The effects of anger last long after the cause hasdisap- ' peared. - The Book says it better, of course: ' * 'A wrathful man stirretb up contention, but he that is slow to angei §^Te most ■ j knows well enou And; tlje fyst outburst of i nst'eadof being done with when the wrathful mood has cooled off, keeps on producing consequences indefinitely. Strife is at least ten times easier started than stopped.- Epworth Herald. ir ui ilj in Personal Relations. / One other aspect of Ruth's life , jj « . •. . should be. I- relation to the That is in her The story of th is one of the most beautiful personal relations love stories ever totd., It is SO' i the fine freshness of an heart. Love for her had n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 April 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT kND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL., 26 1923. Registration of Teachers for Examination. Beginning with the April Ex- amination, Teachers desiring to enter will register with the Coun- ty Superintendent not later than the twentieth of the preceding month. This is the order of the State Superintendent. M. L. BLANKINSHIP County Supt. of Lipscomb County. - 19 Notice of Sale of Share of Stock Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day of May, 1923, be- tween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., at the court house' door of Lipscomb County, Texas, I, E. B. Rob- erts, Sheriff of said County, will offer for sale and sell to the high- est bidder for cash, one share of stock of the par value of $100.00, owned by D. T. Moorhead in the Farmers Grain and Supply Company, a corporation, of Follett, Texas; said stock to be sold under and by virtue of an execution issued out of the Jus- tic Court of Precinct No. 3, Lipscomb County Texas, upon judgments rendered by sa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 April 1923

FIVE THURSDAY. APRIL. 26, 1923. TIMES, LIGHT FOLLETT LIME LIPSCOMB wm' After Every Meal Farmers i.'.* - 1 own and * - Follett, Texas, —- ■.Wm Jake Borth another of the jolly farmers living southwest of here was a Busy Town trader and visitor for a short time Saturday, C. H. Sperry, was a Follett visitor in from the farm north- east of here Saturday mixing among his Busy Town friends. Rich Hurrelson and Albert from the Stevens were in ffom the *arm QofnrHav northeast of here Saturday trad- aaturoay an(J shaking handg with was fh from east in- the business \. -• • ^ v ' V . ' • Witham, was among farm northeast Schwope northeast A. L. farm; rday trading. , of the northeast n visitor Chew your food well, then use WRIGLEY'S to aid digestion. It also keeps (be teeth clean, breath sweet, appetite keen. Thm Great American Sweetmeat me. r, was in from the Satur-1 and —rog.r was in from the Saturday the business circle. jfcjfejf'. t .. y-.v _ j* was in Saturday here friends. Ernest Pim came i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 April 1923

SS&S5. *": ,*x"* ' ■ BBSS ' - - BjsS|| p i * ; •5fe,, , LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOiJJGTT- TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL., 26, 192:'. Spi&gy mmSmM ggg J' — . - - -3§ ir| 2. ygi &£E - W-' -v & ■ 9Pe&??v Be j I ISfS -'? |S 5;. g& ■■ fej?; ?^8 plgg; Mc.'-v T' - ■■■•. r- ®'" -r*H- -yV^* ■ %S| ' ^ ^7#"V :f - Sfcii? rksi i pf? TRUCK CHASSIS m O.B. J§||rfe#8 FSj-.^-LrV- : v *'."*?--V, . •.«?-- '^;-r •; ";' . The Ford One-Ton Trade Chassis its ability to reduce , transportation costs in practically every line of business w^ero there It eoo- At the new low price you will agree 11 represents a value that has never before been offered in the" commercial car field. Place your order now for reasonably prompt m&¥: ; f sSHI Wheat and Burran Darrouzett, Texas. — Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of He 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; Bocal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 May 1923

..iiuSoL" 6 AND FOLLETT TIMES -Vol. 4. No. 42 ' - : FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB - COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY, 10, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 26 •2> v ■ ~ ~ ~ ' / ~~~ 7 ' " " " Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. for Rush of Traffic I Wearing a Red or White ^ i Flower MAY 13TH ^ISg • ■" " ' ~ r . ther a real Holiday her see how glad ^ ^ •. • , " tenderest all <he vast freight locks In the world, the spriug breakup of the tee pack, perniit- eommeree to go through, has juit been accompanied by feverish-excitement, greater this year than ever cjf.the record-breaking traffic. through f ~ ■' > &-~ .. ...,, . „ in Selling, Okla. To this was born two children both of whom are living. Resides his and children leaves to mourn his loss, hi^faffier and mother, Mr. 'and Mrs. Jim es, and a brother, Mr. Tom parties, of Houston, Texas, all of whom were present at the funer- al. Mr. Barnes was siek only a few days and his death was a severe s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 May 1923

/ ' < ■ « -•" ' ./v'■*•">-'■■■•>•'' - "•■•-•. ■■'- ':_V?W0 •" V. {£?&'£*?$£' ■-*"'■>■ ' . I II J [I. ~ —- LlPSCOMiB LIME "LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY MAY 10, 1923 .+:S:S*£E pf4S$-. ll§§|||ffi§^ *^jpB AND FOLLETT TIMES K;•;'' SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones---.$1.50 Third Zone. . _ 1.60 r*w a' w* — — «* — 1.7& 9§§ Fifth Zone__ 1.86 Single Copies— 5c ~ -ay &>! U* Print Your Sale Bills V ? of^oreif .j-3. v- f *ary t§r 11 M <*<*« ' A. SKAQGS, - < a "^*1 Published on ThurtdAj Moraine of Kick Week BSS^as c _ timtf when she bit her toung. i*~ Wednesday—welLI hada narry from trouble. I cum late and before ma got stai fed to jawing me last her if she wood ever punish me for sum thing I had not done and she sed Why no dear I woodent. Then toft liei I haddent pulled the weeds in the onyan patch witch Informed me to {Hill up hftlNT WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ijtxm __ Your buildings will last much longer and so will your machinery if given a coat of Pain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 May 1923

i*?-?'- tv MPlfL ' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT, AND JffOLLKTT T1MJSS, THURSDAY, MAY ,10 ,- 1923. :.5& .from. J stpage) 3§~5g jwere violin sdk> had been given ''Why are they are they - glad be- i qait?" He explained are not glad because they ing but we were trying Way to: show our of .bis faithful work feel in our^|eheol. jone he - wiH have it wilt Remain in the our boys and girls/'- Mr. * " j,;. '>v.ery individual an impression be jtgoorf A man like Mr. Jones was as much of a "blessing to a community as a man of low ts and -bad -habits was an and vulgar: stories be- ys would be ~ more- of a gentleman and do a bettef ;dee$ tohile " were he to.strike him i_ : double^ for the pleasure of those to have her. If she has somehow have passed Way, while Uometo feel that she has "out- were alive their happiness ' lived her usefulness" let us prove to her that she hasn't. Let us make t^is her own gala-day, fill- ing it so full of joy and appreci- ation that the sweetness of it, like the frag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 May 1923

ISIlpi; % IXh'- i |^e;55i-: mm - •. ■ V ..-l--i'• jlfc MSssSw91 ■ hBpWI A lifiiiinlHi 'There-are alt of shoe* on tip Market Some ate in om that tconomy "f -'; *;. •Also have only that nutriment greater that are inferior to oufb. re™; FoHetfc mmm Agent for Ford* Cars ana Fordson Tractor® Handly strickly Ford Repairs. Micbelin cord tires 80x8i $13.60 and other tires in per- Magnolia Gas and Oils. Follett, Texas. UPSCOMB LIMELIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1923. Notice of Sale of Share of Stock Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day of May/ 1923, bi tween the hours of 10 o'clock M. and 4 o'clock P. M., at the court house door of Lipscomto County, Texas, I, E. B. Rob- erts, Sheriff of said County, will offer for sale and sell to the high- est bidder for cash, one share of stock cf the par value of $100.00, owned by D. T. Moorhead in the Farmers Grain and Supply Company, 4 a corporation, of Follett, Texas; said stock to be sold*under and by virtue of, an execution issued o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 May 1923

V LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT ANfr FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY. 10, 1923. FIVE mm mm K. KTMttler went to Lipscomb - School Auditorium was greatly ■ v y k • - k 4 ^appreciated by a full house. It Monday on business. # Bert Miller was in from south was put on in good style consider- west of here Saturday trading, ing the extra work they have .-ci. X been called upon to do the past R. Wilder was in from north- hf^ P west of here Saturday mingling three or four weeks. with Busy Town fdlks. Plans are being made to give the people, a very elabrate Childrens Day pragram at the M. E. Church and and under the management of Mrs. Oscar tuck, Okla., Tuesday morning to j Haines all can see it a success attend to business in that mans gVen before the program has been witnessed. Roscoe Bradford, of near Dar- rouzett, was in Folljett Saturday attending to business matters. Kahoe motored to Sbat- twa^jjpiong those in from routhwest of here Satur- day trading and shaking hands With friends. !S shat Sunday m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 May 1923

. - RSI JK"V r LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT- TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1923 iN^w. '■-v. y./.afc--- ■i >- '/ >*sEc>.TSi*; -.sr. • .1 « X -f. i-'- -S3 Slif- .-". ?a ■- -«-- SSP^lfeil v - '"' 1 •;": !^*s.-:-. --.v SR«r. '- % -J- , i •• - sJHl ~-&k mmi M I &A*sV&>i 11131 issiiis Hp „ TRUCK CHASSIS I) ^.- oi ... _ C# " "r.V.' pd mf-i-* J- ' , £« ; , - . &''■ , [ ?>V-- I- afl ? * - J" ....-< .' •• • . £?>>•. •''•v5'.-•'•.*'>-Hi*'- *" ' vT" " « . r" Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 7ic 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. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. MISCELLANEOUS. ■PIWSriMAn, *? v w ir:-fc*s • t ■ ' Mg^ggggbg > \ 13^S1 r. m where there ft H ceco- S V • - - ' gsai gRpapl jfegggg will agree that lias offered in the mm ■-i .9 Darrouzett, Texas. PI -• : K&L • __ It ii xi insist...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 May 1923

fwfW*. ' V ,: 85;••: ,.>-•* 4- ' •'^3 AND FOLLETT TIMES -Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY, 17, 1923. ' . . "X" ' . —:— ' Vol. .11, No. 27 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texasr-Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. t Canal at New Orleans Is Formally Opened mm m Turned in .by Our Regular Correspondent. i AND THERE 3Ut People You Know, Points* - Paragraph- ed to Please You. f ^ •MB TEX., M«, 14- of young people were fcral off ice here, Georgie Hurlhey's 2 • 1C6. )rn, who has been for several teat of m m -BY V> * - , decor4 He was i I.O. 0. P. cemetery. of William Moler, fot week, to the night several of the attended a place of Mr. Btown's* eighteen southwest of Lipscomb. account of this being court was supposed to have was postponed. Saturday was here by a night a at 'the given by Mr. and Mrs. R. and daughter, Melba, of Higgins, were here Friday attending court and visiting"with friends. A Sunday School play, entitled "The Sweet ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 May 1923

mnz'. ~e> . :-^r -'■ ' • ■ •- • - ^JSv- . ^ - - ^-V'- " | -• nvo • .' S-<'. -?V- "m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY MAY 17, 1923 Sgigg K1 AND FOLtiETT ' . ' - -v: ; _ ■ SUBSCRIPTION -RATES. First and Second Zones.--.$1.50 Third Zone.-."- 1.60 it will be necee- dr*ft, check or money sary t'Q. getting burnt at both ends at once. Tuesday—ma ast pa what was the reason that sum men make money & others has a hard time getting a long. And he sed well sufik men sells there self to the wirid wile they are other men with just give there self away. . ' ■ Published on Th Morning o! lid ■; , r mm was a ,iS-~ -■ wimLz ... 1.75 e.— : >.85 other. Zones. 2.00 5c And then she giv3T& look at pa witch sed nothing and repeated it over. Wednesday—1 of are neibors is a inventor and now he says he has invented a machine witch will do 4 wimmens wirk.. Fruhi what pa sed ma thinks she mar ried 1 of them. Thursday—Are preecher told ma he was * going .to preech a good sermon about L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 May 1923

KW: .... § ■ ■ ■ .- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1923. THREE Waats Ads last B a Us Print WILL WED AN EARL \i ^ Section _ o Dixon, -Booker SJS^ < 244 'TWO SECTION of pasture to -121 and 1167 Block mb Go. fexas. Write lo J. Owen, Barton Ver- ten dollars r. and present cost $g|| 160 acres and land farm, ivation.—B. W. Trail, WANTED tsr. v - •* * - mmgm The youthful earl of Northesk and Miss Jessica Brown <above), formerly of the Ziegfeld Follies, have admitted they are practically engaged and that the wedding may take place soon. Miss Brown, who has Just returned from Loudon to America, is a native Of Buffalo. Her fiance, who is only twenty-one years old, Is an officer in the Coldstream Guards and he suc- tn 1S21 to his title -and the estate his father left ?aa*55 ■HHIpotx^pin g? for |t in this column FOUND Society Dots Mr. C. A. Skaggs and ' Mrs. Skagg's mother, r; Mrs. Geo. S. Ohnsman, came to Follett Tues- day May 15th, from Edmond Oklahoma. Much to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 May 1923

: ; ■' fj -;- s.-->A Lli'SOOME LIME LIGHT &ND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, M AY 17, 1923. "Z.r iUS. ■SSB^raii- m.-t-. .-, - ■— Hi jis^r .v :/■- . 7 * -.. ,.> ife£S3iife>v .■: .;. 3 s? Sfct* **£■;■■. -*$*■ :*-;V ' I t>v •*-'•-:--v * <, ~ -* - . • . / :0>*. ', * ; ^:;v" A -/ ^ ;/ ~'r ' 1 _, .. - There-are ml V? " ";?■=. 'V " , Some are made - made for style. _ g - <?Vt> - ■ |S|§g % '••• '-v^ " of shoes on the Market, a big profit. Some are for wearing quail- is the one that combines Swi^S^If*© '" rni.'i '--a. . _ . cuss such shoes. and economy in price. W-. s§*sSte' *.: • -,:i 'S3 Also have only greatest amount of building nutriment no greater than those generally asfeft that are inferior to ours. v • - ■• *•-•> ■ *?• r.i;^T •' *••••'•' 1 -• " «Bk ' " V • - m. ' ' ■ '' ' < "'•* '*••. ' "AVERAGE" OWNERS OF. CARS FALLEN FROM HIGH POSITION NOT ALL GOOD FOR HEATING . •'; •: is. .s 4- tili' M5£ 225SS5^5™ T^t Agent for Ford* Cars and Fordson ' f li I Handly str...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 May 1923

igspg >/' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY. 17 1923. FIVE —- and Country Notes Choice and Up to Now rJ r2_e* £. >• . - JtiSL west of here Satur- ' X I- ■ Authers was a jolly visit- the farm south of here Woods was a business theast of here m here Saturday CSV ■ 5*S the Fol- among a short north was m for a Kinzelt cry is Joe Henna and famiiy were in from northeast of here Satur- day mixing with-Busy Town folks also doing little trading. C Miss Alberta Neihart was seen in the Busy Town from northeast of here one day the past week visiting with lady friends.-' B. D. Witham was in froja the northeast of hereS^tu^day ng after business and doing altttle trading on the aide. The Misses Blanch Gardner and Lizzy Kunka living northeast of here were overnight guests of Miss Iola Kahoe, Friday. *. D. S. Best was in from west | of the Busy Town Saturday with Hipd natured smile, with friends. J of the o uy far- west of here was ess trader for a Saturday afternoon. , one ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 May 1923

mm - •- '3 : I.TPSndMR5 LIME -LIGHT AND FOLLETT- TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 17, L923 T mi Classified Wants Wants under this -Jiead at the very reasonable rate of 7ic per line. One number or initial to count same as word. CATTLE FOR SALE. REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS for sale siied by- Lord Delamer No. 458681; Bocaldo 13th No. 634520.—P, B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. MISCELLANEOUS. " • ■— IF I were you I would trade with White House Lumber Go. at Follett or Hisgins. Do you? If not commence now. The more i we trade the better for you and' us.—White Fwse Lumber Com-1 pany. 26 Sytfircswfr"'' s wmm. mmmm is one of ered to the public, and IW&wm of thiscommun- - r^: uality. The stock trill g It ■* a Fellett, Texas. WWWW9 See the Brunswick Phonograph and A Large Assortment of the Lalatt and most Popular Records. Come in and hear them. N. C. HICKS Follett. Texas. ■rjb VS= FILMS DEVELOPED FREE— For patrons who "have never had kodak pictures made by us, we will devlop a trial roll free. Prints each, u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 May 1923

•r. AND FOLLETT TIMES mm 42 FOLLETT, I^IPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAY, 31, 1923. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County* •jtu'b smmm Americans, All of Them 1 HHg | Beautiful srl m 111 w. HH repre- i given at the school auditor- iumja commemoration of the Aihericansliving and Dead. h one of great quail* Jren are the sons and daughter of Assistant Secretary Jfcoosevelt. They are all' fond of outdoor sports and Jr., Is an ardent horseback rider, following in the footsteps of hie famous grandfather. Left to right: Quentln, Cornelius, Theodore, Jr., and Grace. true mm in , behalf of which brave men have gladly given tbeir lives. Yesterday afternoon a very Officers Elected On Monday evening at the > of Rey. and Mrs. R. D. yorth the Election of the Epworth League No. 46,256 took place French —President Mre. Roy L. Wilson.-1st Vipe MissEthel Haines 2nd Vice Miss Ethel Skaggs 3ad Vice Miss Myra Dale- —-4th Vice LeRoy Cross Tre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 May 1923

ggyv. „.-: -'" iJPfH LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY' MAY 31, 1923 W. * |||||j WBSfl mmrnm RATES, id Zones.---$1.50/ 1.60 1.75 p£j 1 i '* • •* % — - - - "*—• * •' * " Z6nes-_--_- 2.00 5c of jour stationery the bettei the impression it win create, Moral: Hare your print- ing done here. ••- C_ A. SXAQfltjKPiibliiker. msrnm leek or money Si&MlSlS R.,0m- < ' sliPl ... r Moraine of Stct 1879. well' of .has to apologise J i - - Vt^ s • j:".-. i«' valuable in quality of your k it is. yOtir'busi- Catesby News Notes. CATESBY, OKLA. May 28th —(Too Late For Last Week.) — Miss Edna Haight and Miss Ella Rose, who have been going to high school in Alva, Okla., came homt Thursday, for a short vacation. They will return to Alva, Okla., Sunday ^here they wiH take the summer term. Rose and family, Drolte and family, / grandma. Rose Drolte, went on a down by May, All had a good time but got caught in the rain coming back. f a ^e" Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson T- Little Things that Coun...

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