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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 May 1923

■tjBGSSi life UPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1923. THREE Wants Ads iMSiJ.' from last page) ■■■■ M&&® jg Mm 5—11 Section o i.—L.S. Dixon, Booker v m - - ., Methodist Church Notes. — . * . / The Devil is a greater scholar than you. He can transform himself into am angel of light to deceive you. He will creeps in and cheat you of your faith or in- oocency, and you will not know that you have lost it. He can so blind you that you can see nei- nor line, much less he himself, while be is offering you SasSSi . ■ 'Vi « ten dollars 160 acres black land farm, • tion.-B. W. Troll, [as 2210 5* - i-4*- ■" m£m Bis bait. His bait is fitted to to your temper and disposition' and he will be sure to find ad- vantages within you and make your own principles betray you and when he ruins you, he will make you the instrument of your own ruin. Don't let him use you Philistines did Samson, tp deprive you,. of your and then to put out your eyes and then triumph over won you....

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 May 1923

m /• LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT fcND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, M AY 31, 1923. i#r _ r£ 111110? y a - r HS®I ail kinds of shoes on the Market. for selling at a big profit. Some are • style.* Some are made lor wearing quaii- are made for comfort. of all is the one that combines Sf&^sss shoes. ♦i -f «k r- re only foodstuffs-, that contain the of life - sustaining and strength ?nt and the prices we charge are lose generally asked for goods >r.$o ours.'. > r^^i' " These ReasQJls 7 :sfrom' us? sslpls&5 111 s . I " fan -• ■ Follett, Texas. m Ridding County of Prairie Dogs. A rodent drive'in Hat creek com- munity, Niobrara county, Wyoming, recently resulted in about half the cor operators ridding their land of every prairie dog, while each of the others had, at the time of reporting, but four or five live rodents left. Not 100 live prairie dogs, it Is estimated, are left on this area of about 25,000 acres, which was literally alive with them six months ago. The work'was started In Apr...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 May 1923

|pg x.-; < £ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MAY. 31 1923. = and Country Notes Ihoice and Up to Now • r~— Mrs. Theo. Duncan here was in. the Busy Town rroozett visitors Sunday.' mingling with the business circle . r Saturday* was in from nortn- Ruth King left Monday for Alva, Oklahoma, to attend sum- mer school at that place after a weeks visit with home folks at this place. hands with of Town Sunday family visitors rday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Worrell, of near Catesby, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Worrell in the north were1 part of town. farm ! pQ1; ^ pag£ £wq Qr . tys the Busy "Town has been i in from his having some blessediunhine and west of here for a j^bak is more is reflected with oon. smiles on the faces of its good Pjlto Clifton/people. ., visitors for j Miss Vera Duckworth left Sat- afternoon. j urday for Alva, Okla.,- to attend another of the Sumner school at that place. She expects to be gone about nine Saturday, j weeks before re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 31 May 1923

spsl ^ ~rV"V, mmt ■- y:- >--.*;-v S?i«5 .- > LIPSCOMB' LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT. iTIMES, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1923 SWT" aggjid^f ..%i ||pl|Mig rsHi SSV3*?Vv=\''Tf ""-ft" " & ife Pill 1? t '- ? Hhr-%3 £^y8sj§ !^3§® Slgpf^ KHBf# •-. •••■: •.. ..' 'i; Vi' • "T: ' - I III! — TRUCK CHASSIS -•..- -j'-.- P. mm &0m wm H P3^LS3? O.B. off' ite $-.1 JBBBI ' ■--' *' y '> r^~^ -'■ -~V ' - to reduce a value that has before been ofieced in the ■ _ nmercial car field. Place your ' for reasonably prompt Terms if desired. b^- '.tv r L:-^} ffillfl!! .). Darrouzett, Texas. Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 7-ic 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. # ■i* * ❖ ❖ >+++« ■; *%jtSk - ■> "ossi A; im HENRY FRASS, President. E. H. WHEAT, Vice President A. S. BURRAN, Cashier. C. R. YOUNG...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 June 1923

Mm Jg* . I fesis^ -r, ^i" werb[x&&*£A : - . . ^ gaSP** •>.v^;>:'* £'e% -•': '*' MMesfe- ■ J nfiwfe^* i M *0, - "" " t.. •... 3 i SmL I II o n .f ' ■;■K- m& AND FOLLETT TIMES , Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE, 7, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 30 sSti -—r-—•— Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. When Busy Town will have Bgppijfe I in its a ■B&gg£?X{$^i|A (Ulyjjgj - ^^3"; : I8; ;-\V' CHAUTAUQUA gftggg Gliifl That wiff start on July 26th, g?*!!?* 4 : • v j|g ;27th, 28th, 29th and Ending the 30th s of the Busy Town vicinity don't time in bearing greatest of all attractions ItJTAUQUA—the get tec oe oft he season. The p'you to forget work^and the Busy Town with the el enjoying yourself "i are better, every- favorable than ever— will be spared by the "to make this the that pulled off in the . - « | as from next to as put by the Meyers Chautauqua this page, forget the tims hut be this event ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 June 1923

y.-i- V- : ; " LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT POLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JUNE 7, 1923 Fifth EON RATES. Zones.... $1.50 1.60 ~ 1.75 Zones.. 2.00 . 5c ■Mi ntf class matter at Follett, Tex- 1918 under the of March 3,1879. to give a without receiving pfe; m a pessimist put until tomorrow, r a-long time ■ Wm'' rcsporv sible for thou^nds of business succenw throughout the country Everybody in town may know you but th^f don't know what you have to selL Atortisiig Will Help Yet and moral habits. When exist- ing conditions demonstrate the fact that the officials of a uni- versity are unable to control the students, then that institution ceases to be worthy of public confidence an^ parents send their children to it at thejperil of future character of their off The public should take | SonM at least, of the need purging—if not spring. HANDICAP IN BUSINESS UFE BBHjj H&tlHI Always WHh U«. m to build nuot Like Vie him in tye Mg dtlee tad in are handicapped bj levators, street sidewalks and feava stories to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 June 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 7 ,. .1923-. if.". ■ • r-: THREE Classified Wants vAdsj s) UNABLE TO DECIPHER DISK ! Archeologists Admit They Are Puz- zled. Over Interpretation of Picto- graphy Concerning Egypt. Model LAND M&G ATNS gpfc&sg t * LEASE- -L. S. -u Section o jtorf, Booker . 244 N of pasture to rind 1167 Block Texas. Write ten, Barton Ver- . 225 J3—Pay ten dollars and present • cost of 8 and buy 160 acres bfack land farm, B. W. Trull, 221a What Is the Phaestos disk? Ever since 1908, when it was found on the site of the palace of Phaestos in south- ern Crete.lt has puzzled archeologisls. It looks, says a contributor to the London Graphic, much like a phono- graph record; It Is "from three-fifths to four-fifths Qf an inch thick and Is six Inches in diameter. It is mude of fine clay and Is supposed to have been shaped during the Middle Minoan period or approximately 1600 B. C. The disk is stamped with 45 picto- graphs arranged in spiral form to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 June 1923

P§ ■ W - - ' ; lllte- m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT A.ND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1921, - ~- v>r^,5 ''jgdf* \ • ESCAPED Odd Fellows, American Legion, Knights of the Ku Klux Klan and others please help us locate this man. JOHN HARVEY DeBELL-A World War Veteran, age 31, height 5-ft. and 8-in, weight about 160-lbs. Has Light Brown Hair, Combed Pompadour—Blue Eyes and Ruddy Complexion. His home is Follett, Texas. He was con- fined in U. S. Veterans Hospital No. 25 Hous- ton, Texas, Jan. 30th, 1923 for insanity and escaped May 8th, wearing only Pajamas and has not been heard of since. He is a member of Follett Lodge No. 67 I. O. 0. F.\ Dale Peace Post No. 40, American Legion, Vinita, Okla., and K. K. K. No. 259, Follett, Texas. .Wire any information that may lead to his whereabouts to Follett Lodge No. 67 I. Q. 0. F, Follett, Texas. In care of A. C. TETER. V ' / PC piSSs "'1 Remember That y JLIME LIGHT mm*-,- Want Ads are lull : Of BARGAINS - - ' jV • ' 'gjQ rtv . r>. &T % %C "...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 June 1923

:."V .• BSH M gppgp Z - _J2Eij$j£Sg '&' "- -A £f- y ■•7 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1923 FIVE 9m and Country Notes Choice and Up to Now —p— m J1 was another of the southwest of here - * t was a jolly visitor ranch northeast of r was a business farm north of mm4 left for noon was a Shattuck, a short time • ■ ' -W: . - illett busi- t last Ivanboe, visitor for -I;' t ■ of here, streets iy. is in Satur- and at- of here, hand with >n. USchf-^T?" *V - • to Shat- afternoon Okla., for Decoration Day re- turning home the next day. The man with the bald head should not feel cast down. Possi- bly he has so many brains there is no room for the hair to grow. Mrs. A. W. Kincade's mother, of Gage, Okla., is a guest of Fol- lett this week, just how long she will stay Lime Light can not say. Quite a few of Follett's good people motored to Lipscomb .Tuesday afternoon to be present at the Funeral services of W. P. Cope. , Wm. Beck was in from the farm northeast of h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 June 1923

LIPSCOMB' LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT! IT1MES, THURSDAY, JLNE 7, 1923 on't Buy a Pair that will not Give You Reason for Cussing There are all kinds of shoes on the Market. Some are made for selling at a big profit. Some are made for style. Some are made for wearing quali- _ .. _ Swne are made for comfort. r --j-r v The best shoe of all is the one that combines style comfort, -durability and economy in price, lon't cuss such shoes. We Sell,Them Also mm 331 only foodstuffs that contain the ofz life sustaining and strength and i' th« prices we charge are thai^ Jbhose generally asked for .goods inferior to ours. Reasons Should «*nd ! ^ JS ^ Jt it- mm,? JiM mm* mmm mm I . ■ 8^91 W&& Follett, ' "i.' * 'ii ~r —TCT . .rn — , • • m mm 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. Lip...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 June 1923

Mm -v.>~ ilSS tef :P^ 3 3 . 4. No. 42 :; v -- *"•* * 1 v>i .-^JGS S?|I|pPE - *3* ■^s AND FOLLETT TIMES FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE, 14, 1923. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. Vol. 11, No. 31 Washington's Welcome to Visiting Shriners Y'- g • <g§Sg€ PP® i ' -- rhen Busy Town will have '.c&z\ -fe i^r m its if Mi a sf a - JfThat wiil start on July 26th, !P 5 rj*b-" '• J?tlV 28th, 29th and slBEE '' i&lxl Ending the 30th eiiite you still remembering that loi* of pleasures lUQUA. Start getting now that you, might *take in program I mm that' can be play to wind up cJast* youself—it is Just chuck it in or better still and be > wires" will give of attending a Chautauqua in the past, the date- but be "OLLETT at ENJOY SPSSs treated elaborate ^ Day at 11:00 the M. E. Church a an beautiful one tots. A of little :acrowded bouse I beautiful leaves, bumble little sunbeams pM , Recitations and >...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 June 1923

M&Mi -y ~ ~ ■dgmsssgf* • .. ■> . • - LIMELIGHT LETT TIMES PTION RATES. Zones $1.50 1.60 gSSK -•V: r, Zones C. A. 8KAOOS. Publisher. ■ . - - tue p It will be necee check or money second class matter office at Follett, Tex- 31st 1918 under the; of March 3,1879. rr;*- ■ „ i. 11 „■ mmmgk ^ ^ybcad foT Texas Some Big Cities. 14-The in Texas will in 1940, 2®®BS Public Service In- survey com- survey m- wiil need LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JUNE 14, l<<r? HAS been resporv sible for tha. -ands of business successes throughout the country Everybody in town may know you but they don't know what you have to sell. gssssss i =saa Advertising Will Help In (r Little Things that Count —it is the "little things" that make the interior of the home inviting and at- tractive, Isn't it? Just so with the surrounding yard. —you can Jor a small outlay, add a few tasty little garden features that will im- prove the appearance of your home wonderfully—let us talk over a few of our ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 June 1923

•\ V. I lpi: . LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1923 THREE rants Jilted from last page) ii .1 ' r r r, = Us Print HHIl m -l .. • - y-'" ■ ; /. • -1 LAND BARGAINS grass.-L. S. WMm Section o Dixon, Booker ~244 ■M Block Barton *£? ■ ten dollars acre and present cost of and buy 1^0 acres [ fine black land farm, cultivation.—B. W. Trull, Texas 2210 SCHOOL ■ ■ " -V " SB pi m HTCAL POUL- IO0L—Offers an imoney white , the business. Palo Alto, 2510. SwSSSESi U I ■■ ■■ ' ' MUSSOLINyS MATE This is Donna Rachele Mussolini wife of Benito Mussolini, Italian pre mier and cMef of the Fascist!. """ 1 two Duroc Gilts, at 3$ miles west of have same, -m something? this column RUG second hand A. W. Kincade. 29 pSt: Lime g Want Acfs—it when brings ► — V bargains ^fV-— m* -An acme wile** , good as new. At Ora Write, Tom Smith. Okla. ' 130 m AND WHITE—Indian ^ gaby High Qual- Delivery L—Windsor Hatchery, Mo. 1410 TURKEYS Notice of School House Bond * Election. Notice is hereby give...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 June 1923

S '' T- 1 r •" • £*hE r. y - _ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT &ND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1923. Royal, Modle No. 10—New Royal, Mo die No. 5—Good as new—fine working cond- Both standard key- For further infor- mation catl at i —=—— ^—2— • '• , MORE THAN ONE GOOD POINT* Jgpa Hi spring Dress Qoods in (jreat Variety IBlSo . ,v . i i . . stock of spring and summer dry goods it one of rod enable lis to make very attractive the stock. ^- ;J•' ~~r 1 a well know fact that the women of this commun- upon having goods of a very higbfanattty^ The. to them. This new stock will way. ^ *w te#-; _ ; Proprietor • ^ ■: . -: • - lagsa - V 7 ' < Uncle Jack Wanted the Fine Qualities of His Dog to Be Thoroughly Understood. "Out in Kansas there used to be an old fellow named Uncle Jack, and he had a dog," -runs the story told by Vic- tor Murdock of the federal trade com- mission. "It was not a highly bred dog, but it was a wonder at catching rats. Moreover, Uncle Jack was fond of the dog. Uncle. Jack...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 June 1923

Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND POLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1923 Farmers National Bank Follett, Texas. The Home Bank i i,' Ms Laubhan, of Darrouzett. I C. H. V. Earl and wife ^ttas a Tuesday visitor for a short pleasant visitors in Follett Qiantd was in from east o1 here Saturday mixing in the busi- A. H. Montgomery motored to the County Seat Monday on Fleming visitor was an over at Shattuck, ■ ■ Wm. Ruby was among the traders in the Busy :>r Stewart ttending to of here. was in Tues- business from Kraft was a Busy Town north of here were from north of here Sunday also taking in the Children's Day exercises, v Geo. M.f Lash'* was in ffom northeast of the Busy Town Sat- urday and while here made the Lime Light Office a pleasant call. Mrs. James Worrell and son, Luther, returned Friday from Shattuck, Okla., where Luther went to have his tonsils removed. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bixler were among those in from north of here in attendance at the Child-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 June 1923

l~> • mms UPSCOMB5 LIMB LIGHT AND FOLLETT| ITIMES, THURSDAY, JUKE 14, L923 i§ h i4:'H on't / ■ :.3p%. :'1SI ||§| _"\|S M>- s; - - IRpffl pafe : l#P; lliss-' a Pair that will not Give You Reason for Cussing % - G& Wi.-- ■ .... There are all kinds of shoes on the Market, are made for selling at a big profit. Some are for style. Some are made lor wearing quali- for comfort. fittir the ooe that r combines durability and economy in price, sufeh shoes. We Sell Them & ' 'iV tkve only foodstufffc that contain tike amount of - life susfestfiSag and strength and the pete# we charge we those generally asked for goods y " to ours. w s®s; I7 • ..'v*.' Should arid , Texas. 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. HENRY FRASS, President. E. H....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 June 1923

lsSp& ■ • ••• ISRM \ i'>v ', ■HP1 *f' / JSilfca IpL ' i' ■:"i -'. - '.?: Lsp* :- S&.~'.-5 . 33 ■£* 3 , =4 &aca WnR m- ■ = AND FOLLETT TIMES -Vol. 4. No. 42 • FOLTLiETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE, 28, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 33 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest pf Follett and Lipscomb County• I • \ by Chicago Radio rchestra and Play ... " *• s®& _ . WISE FOOLS iSpk^fe^n v-^v •• - . ■■ 26th, ing on July 28th, 29th and Ending the 30th ?r dear reader that the layutauqua' is only four toS*** then the Busy — best town in the "Lone te" will be the busiest the Panhandle. On V afternoon JpRwHli us the famous > Radio Orchestra which big attraction at jthe this year. This ur ladies and two will be more their splendid musical numbers. Miss Westgate will audience several . ^r ^ " -rv : .V So good ;t and surrounding t misa^the entertain- fternoon of our ich occurs Thurs- th. And then in the dear people will be th a play entitled the Foo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 June 1923

WO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JUNE 28, 1S53 r*ND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone - 1.60 Fourth Zone 1.75 Filth Zone. 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 5c C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. guarantee the publication ill be necea- In order to _ nl advertisements it wii aary to send either draft, check or money «rd«r with copy, the latest dodge to command the attention of the public. A pilot in an aeroplane goes up into the sky, makes twists and turns, and leaves a smoke screen behind him in the form of letters, these letters being weaved into words and sentences, But meantime local merchants can blaze a plain- er trail'through the advertising pages of this paper-without smoke and at less expense. ^abliabcd on Thqriday Morning Weak of Baca 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. SW ri i Wm - >■ v; - THERE are two classes of peo pie in this country...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 June 1923

THREE LIPSCOMB LIM1£L LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. JUNE 28, 1923 ssified Wants under this 'head at the try reasonable rate of lie pei- ne. One number or initial to )unt same as word. ~~ LAND BARGAINS . ■ ' safe OR LEASE—14 Section of grass.—L. S: Dixon, ias. Booker 244 TWO SECTION of pasture to rent. 1121 pud 1167 Block J, Lipscomb Oo. Texas. Write J„ Owen, Barton Ver- mont 225' H FOR SALE-Pay ten dollars per acre and present cost jpf ements "and buy 160 acres ined fine black land farm, cultivation.—B. W. Trull, , Tex*? 2210 SCHOOL PRACTICAL POUL- SCHOOL-Offers am ity to make money . white learning the, business. Home Ranch, Palo Alto, 2510. iii * WANTED Want something? for it in this column win get it. Lime Light Want Ads-it when m IINERY BARGAINS • • SALE-An acme wheat ider, good as new. At Ora ranch. Write, Tom Smith, Okla. 130 —m CHICKS :** AND WHITE—Indian ducklings and Baby Pure Bred High Qual- Prieed right. Delivery Windsor Hatchery, Windsor, Mo. 1410 ^ ; TURKEYS t t o ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 June 1923

I Wmm .--%?* .v. - J... - *. ■ - ■ wKm.^ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT &MD FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1923. -^r . - - ' . - j-.yaZIc-V- .s-.J^asSiik^—^ ifc For .Sale Royal, Modle No. 10—New Royal, MocMe No. 5-Good as new—fine working conds ■WMi. Both standar^Miy' For furtherii Hiation catl at { ' DR. FRANK OHURGH <" 3 I ** "'**t :TJ" saH K if -/? 11 . ■■ 1,. ■ to f afliotaj foe ,;han4iMw&*#!' ' wzmgM> ■ ■ ,T-r S<5jfe Yours Cards, Wedding Announce a n cy Sfaitibh '•J' LIT DON'T FORGET W. C. WALKER MIL. Whan you art in STORE P^c tti ===== $ hen you hear him apeak, you feel here, is a man with a real mes full of profound convictions, patriotism and lofty idealism for he would give his life. "Fight- Red Church" was the title given affectionately by his "doughboy" >da overseas. He has the rapld- of a machine gun in action and th§| punch and pep of "Billy Sunday," whom in style and appearance s often been compared. Dr ch is a great favorite with boys tgirle as well as fat...

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