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

*?fki " i'" V' ' '*" AND FOLLETT TIMES — Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, ^ ■ - - - TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC., 6, 1923. Vol. 12, No. 4 &;■ ■ Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Linscomb County■ V" ^ ' ' " V . . . . " j - ♦ - * - - MB IN BRIEF tm Congressman Takes Orders Turned in by Our Regular pli, ^--....4^-.*^- V—" Correspondent, AND THERE People You Know. —Paragraph- lease :OMB TEX.. Dec. 3- Pqc. 1st, was the of. open season for the of Lipscomb the report m to heard from all Judging from the some one The en Mvises all hunters of exceeding the limit fcfr; one days hunt, glinting coats and stlbjfcct to inspec- be thoroughly in- meeting with the while on your ■ ■ *•' * • ■; j ■ - •. Wednesday Lipscomb was visited of snow about 1 snowed at the day Mrs. the snow had dis |the weather looked but at the present time and tho weather for more snow. Buckners' pup- vHgyt the High gfj£Frf<iay' night, g contest, had been the entert...

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 — 6 December 1923

ypip m 'r - . .V" §R' . Rf ^ :wo LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY DEC. (> 1923 V" LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone 1.60 fourth Zone -1- 175 Fifth Zone_'___ 185 Sixth and other Zones.. 2.00 Single Copies 5c ■ C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. In order to, guarantee the publication u/ foreign advertisements It will be neces- ► *ry to send either draft; check or money order with «opy. Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week Ivan Griswold is working for Mr. Tim Clifford. C. A. Bourquin was thrashing wheat Saturday. Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- tile 379. Society Notes. Miss Lucy Arnott, who for the past few months has been the clerk at the Grace Cash Store, was seen using a new fangled powder puff, which seems much hander than the old one. Miss Gladys Walker has been noticed by a reporter trying out a new brand of paint this week and when put on with much care "makes things seem...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 6 December 1923

MM m t x> ;• -.'lOr.;' "/] ~S ' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC 6 1923. THREE i j-mk [ ■ BP- f.--' ' pg--; gfec- •'; ■ <(§>■ l jj. Woatarn N w gap>r Union.) Our deeds will travel with us from afar, And what we,have been makes us what we are. We would rather believe that we mount on the things that are under our feet, our dead Belves, to • - higher better aelf. SEASONABLE GOOD THINGS A nice hot sandwich which is espe- cially good to serve with tea is the following: iitu*?ad thinly cat slices of bread with but- ter, then with orange uiar 111 a- 1 a d e. Put the slices (matched) together in . pairs and remove the crusts, cut the sandwiches in halves crosswise. Put into a dripping pan, I place in a hot oven and toast lightly on both skies. j Onion Soup.—Break the boue in six . pounds of beef bone, add three quarts I of water and let simmer six hours. 1 Peel and slice six small onions and :/C I cook in enough butter to prevent burn- ing, infill soft. Stra...

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

WW tx . i Darrouzett Vol. 1 = DARROUZETT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC, 6 1923. No. H ; ■ FTY PROGRAM m & Jg. ■ to? : - ■ •.V-" • Cdnsistcd of Songs, Readings .1; . v and Music ' THANKSGIVING DAY pupil. We feel the faculty is de- serving of a word of praise in the way they had trained them Following the program Mr. Jinkins acting as auctioneer sold pies which netted the school $38.58 and will used for the benefit of the community. IH II 111 I'M H* Jp p i-~- ' " * ' ■ Faculily Derserves Much Credit—Pupils to be Congratulated ? v J> •• . t?T (14 . 'J > ® lit The Thanksgiving program by the school, Thursday ling was greatly enjoyed by resent. . attendance was large re- of weather conditions, slushy condition of the roads it almost impassible for t to travel from a very great therefore "Old Doblin the Shay" was very much [. Robertson called the - . ■ to order and the congre- the opening song ;s to all." Mr. ps called upon we were spiritually _ . •_ Wm$ m -■* Mi followed with a tied "D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 6 December 1923

■ •V i LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. DEC1, 6. 192°,. FIVE yfits A-l Advertisers. hustling business people ee that continually luring T he public that which they Jook over Lime Light's guaranteed advertisers, fc jprofit by buying . from them as be given a square deal ? they gladly solicit your- K in Follett Texas, aie— Mercantile Co. indie Lumber Company, tt National Bank. ?i-s National. Bank. lery Hardware Com- ' ' ' m & Fleming Filling if/;.:'"-.; ; -V ! rs Grain & Supply Co^ ite House Lumber Com- • •. ,t; - •. •«, Ft. Cross, Mercantile Store. F. Miller Mercantile Store. ! Cash Store, Merchandise. . W. C. Walker, Millinery i Frazier Hardware Store. % R. L. Miller js. Dray and Feed jg^g^—- • Meat Market. tfe-i Couldnt Wait Longer. An old lady was on a visit to her married daughter. One day there was company, and little Theodore, the hope of the house, was doing his hest to amuse his mother's visitors. Present- ly he left the room, to return soon afterward ...

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

SgiS -V .. J-- - SSjj^'Vv'- ; '■' i SSP?! U-" Jm?. 4'®tt •: /wf . .' • • - Booker Breezes Vol. 1 S== BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY. DSI 6. 1923 ABOUT IT HP: ^ No Matter What Your Work You Need mm- EDUCATION g - - I l-r^ :;y. •- • • - Pot -V |t Increases Your Personal- ity-Makes You .: if . ^Somebody NEKS** * gg | ess##! No matter what a man's work be can do it better he is well in- formed. And the point here^ is that education, while it has a than a mere prepa- s trade or pro- trade or profess- ion, is the very best equipment for any sort of efficiency. J^^ttvei^your peculiar calling, your expertness is more telling it rests upon a basis of general u will do ch&nces of greater if with history. peare, and are . liwlfc in doubt asto whether Bot- ticellis "name of a cheese of a mr isfe;/*. r, doctor or preacher n will very likely upon your "all pour wide acquain- As a •'.all " 'better you •- ' ./.'* I - ^your psl f** - - - jj e of great impression w;mind- 11 upon your intellectual the th...

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

-3# ■mm LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC, 6 1923 SEVEN _ own and Country Notes ——<. : : Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Wilder was a trader in from Mr. and Mrs. James McGuire northeast of here Saturday. jcame in the first of the week from V Jofo Kahqe made a business. Sharon, Kansas, to visit for a JripJ'tO the County Seat the first j few days with their sons, A. D. ^©ek. j a°d Chas. They intend to spend - H. A. Cri.es left for Shat- thewinteri . California. Mrs. E. H; A. Crites left for Shat- Okla., to visit for a few Mrs. E. Kunka was in from with friends. ^northwest of town last Thursday r, . and while in trading took time to stop in at the Lime Light office and left a bucket of nice tjome Porter, visitor was a Follett in from near J, W. -i2-" busihe&s fiprouzett Tuesday. , ... made perk sausage which we ap- H. G. Dye was In from north- preciated very much, the flavor >f here "Monday shaking being just the way vou wanted with hi# tnw^fr iends. it. • 'zM...

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

■HHLVJ, m - lejfr • R EIGHT' LIPSCOMB1 LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MX . G L923 -y*mm fr«swi Every Genuine Sweet-Orr garment has this Mark! •| . • * it means most as much to you as your Union Card! it i? a guarantee of the best materials, best workmanship and long, long wear. We sell these garments because we fanou? they \will gjve you absolute rati, iaction. If you are not a patron of this store we want you an opportunity to demonstrate the truth statement. At no place in this town or can buy a better grade of groceries than no one can undersell us on the same ^ quality of goods. We pride ourselves on being able 'to give you the BEST for the LEAST, ■ii i.i :r-m* i ' ^ Classified Wsnts f j Wants under this head at the ! j very reasonable rate of 7 jC per | line. One number or initial to i count same as word. CATTLE FOR SALE. I REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS for sale sired by — ; Lord Delamer No. 458681; : Boealdo 13th No. 634520—P. B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. i ■ Mention Lime L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

llfPlFi' . ! jHiiiPl • - !§SJ?g£;JS-5j£.".- • , .••• • .:: / • v '-y G I | 1 ;sf< • - pM? ■$££■' §Pte': D IMF MMULW JvM jiir- • IIS" ^ ':•' AND FOLLETT TIMES sn£' Herald—Vol. 4- No. 42 . nil'' i ii V i il " FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC., 12, 1923. Vol. 12, No. 5 ' -J Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County. ®$&5 4v> Turkey Sent to Mrs. Harding Our Regular ent. Turnccl HH •m:- Know Ei^l - ' V J •* i- •• •• i ^ > .,-;5vy-' v '/o "" 4 , B TEX.. Dec. 10— the heaing th*e Holbert " Wednesday night most of ■weefcl Since. 1920 the Harding Girts* Club of Chicago has each year furnished the Thanksgiving turkey for the Hardfhg tabte and the chief Thanksgiving delight of the late president was the amusement which he derived from the manner In which the girls transported Ills turkey from Chicago to him. This fjrear they sent "John Gobbler"—here soeh with Miss Esther Wilton—in a spe- d*l pullman compnrtmeut by ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

m m&mr* ^ - % ;wo LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY DEC. 13 1923 &* . • l88l m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES, First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone 160 Fourth Zone. _ J_ 1.75 Fifth Zone. 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies. 5c C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. In order to gu&rantac the publication vt foreign advertisements it will be neces- t rf to send either draft, check car money «m.er irlth eopjr. K';. ■ - S -s " <*ublUked oa Thursday Horsing of Baca fc Week JISSkV- §Hte 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- i— — ill From J. ^H. Holland The Lime Light received a com- munication from our friend J. R. Holland, a citizen at one time at Ivanhoe but for the past two years of Hutchinson, Kansas, as follows: "Mr. C. A. Skaggs, Follett, r . «- \ Texas. Dear Sir and Friend :—I see by the 'Lime Light' that you are back home with the "kids'7 ag...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

S??Tr.rW)<S. ^S|§|3Sf? •\,-« ■> ■ . ■; : ■ . ; * - ■*■ -* •■-- ■- - •v liiSt : LIPSCOMB LIME LKiHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC' 13 1()23. THREE ■s—■gac §*P e=r= —Burns. ! •* « • happiness has not her seat nd center In the breast, may. 1*e- *wFse, or rich or great, ?f"But never can. be blest, Be! OOD THINGS FOR OCCASIONS appetizing sandwich which is not -*88 fo"°ws: Remove the crusts from bread and spread with horse- radish butter. To make/ this, cream six tablespoonfuls of batter and add, gradually, four ta- blespoonfuls of horseradish root, one teaspoon- |^fr|| inoD Juice, and salt and a dash ie. Frftter*.—^Scald two cupfuls with one-Inch stick of clnna- Mix one-half cupful of sugar, cupfui of cornstarch, three lis of floor, one-half tea- of salt^and one-quarter eup- ' cold mUtef Add the scalded milk ten minutes,, then add the one-third of a sd until plump then cut- toto Torn into, a pan. spread "cool. Remove from the . «3Bt into squares or diamond j dip Info crumbs and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

r',"* ' • \X ' ' • .: : •"«#*> 3&g . . -Y 5 " > —,—Safe**- w&%y • Darrouzett Digest -w •:. -if ' +mm — Ssisl? W~'s ■V • '.. 7 .4-- -• "=* DARROUZETT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC.. 13 1923. No.10 ■t • • Wlite - - - 0£p: . ; The Feeling. raise to greater heights be- we want to raise. thing—we know not ves us a "hunch" and we say to ourselves, "I have a feeling!" The wise and inan cashes in on this The foolish man merely "What's the use?" Instincts fee^s our minds. No one has ever adequately what an instinct really S§& is J And it doesn't matter any* §~^,- „ way. The tbiog that matteis is the acting upon them when they come to us. in your deepest self, ;ve a feeling" that this or that is right oi. wrong, the yery safest thing for you to do will be to "stop; look, and listen'**-and then act. Don't s)iove the iffi- out of the way, or smother you "I Eatl Allen, came in from Ignacia, Colo., Tuesday, where he has been for the past six or seven months. Darrouzett and Spearman play...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

tS~- gg llPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY T)EC 13 192:;. FIVE .ights A-l Advertisers. bustling business people are those That continually bring before the public that which they doal in, look over Lime Light's .... - . -■ . - -- (USMranteed advertisers. by buying as GERMANS TRADE GOODS will profit i selling from them you will he given a square deal ; ■ ■ for they gladly solicit your 58 patronage— ' • .. Those in Follett Texas, are— ■ Porter Mercantile Co. Panhandle Lumber Company. Follett National Bank. FormC S National Bank. mery Hardware Com- & Fleming Filling Grain & Supply Co. House Lumber Com- s, Mercantile StOi$. Mercantile Store. Good Printing Is the Dress of Business. That Is the Kind We Do. —1 i ) Let Us Show Yen r \ Place to Come >MOND E". WKETS come if you are looking for some real soft and warm blankets. Also flannel shirts, dress goods shoes etc., for cold days ahead. Don't forget that we handle a good fresh line of grocceries. Come in. Milliner...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

SPSS j0?t-:i: ; \ • ' : " ,:'/•*- ' : . Booker •ta Vol. 1 BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC'., 13, 1923 No. 9 L Rev. Kelly, left last Mondax j Amarrillo, representing the e Announcement- of Booker • Christian Chucrh VIEWFOINT FRIENDS - Church Closes with Mr. Marvin. Fourty Souls jthe Alter Sunday, December 16th. 10 a*- m —Geo. v §upt. ng 11 a. m.—Jasper of Qalheart and S. J. worth, of Ft. Worth will e-addresses at this time. ipeakers. You hear them. ian Endeavor, m. \ti \he"Study. te Christion Endea- p. m. in the Junior S. S. the basement. Prayer Meet- basement. Meeting r 6:30 fiKipiI tbe Auditorium. Preaehing service; 7:30 p. m. TEpoFWeme "Able US. —Chas. G.-KAjr. >• v. . . • for Helna, Okla., with the inten- tion of moving his family to Perry ton. Quite a lot of broom corn has been delivered to _ town the past week since the roadshave become passable. e A group of boys and girls met at the Christain Church Friday after school to prepare fo.- a Christmas program. Mr. Harrison receive...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

SSH- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, ;DEC, 13 1923 SEVIN own and Country Notes >py, Choice and Up to Now J DONT FORGET — US ay B. D. • Porter was in west with a big load It: Said Cashier Otis Rrovvn, of the Farmer's National Bank, there's at least one intelligent When you need any- thing in the line of neat and attractive Printing. Teter and Doc. Smith, j "kido" in this man's town, one ^ v >b, visitors for a ; day the past week, while having nday. itonsorial work done according to Hagan was seen in the I orduer: noticed* customer get into ^Jfcwn for a short time Mon- f chair1 on the shine side and went tftom the farm northeast of >worka'„ once without asking I sh.ne sir? .. was in the Busy! ,Lest "two" T'" since the ly from his ranch Chief Step Fast and Live- of here with a load of !y f «raPe * tame" sliPPed into our peaceful arena, we\have | whipped up some for we "little Gross, ,Ieft for Wichita, gids and-big boy" have turned look after .some im-1 more th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 December 1923

, r \ gp Iwwal BS8L.~™~, BS^^y? LIPSCOMB* LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TJJVIK^ THURSDAY, I'FC. 12 L923 >5 ■r—^—- mmmmrnrnrn ^ 1 ii# ..JSJP; isps?? JS$t ill TRADE MARK Classified Wants Every Genuine Sweet-Orr garment has this Mark! It means most as much to you as your Union Card! It is a guarantee of the best materials, best workmanship and long, long wear. We sell these garments because we know they liv > Will give you -absolute satu faction. 1 :Si! vV\ -S %mm pfcp * m-. -A - §|| ||gg V-:: ■ : |vr> * % mw BP| Bs§S 5 Bii If you are pot a patron of this store we want you an opportunity to demonstrate the truth .;: At no place ip this town or unity can buy a better grade of groceries than nd no one eapuinderseU us on the same goods. We pride ourselves on being able you the BESI for the LEAST, MM: Wgmmtmm At all times ^e handle a good land com- plete line of wholsome Grocerfss—fresh fruits Mai R* m i — . —• —' -f ®tBS] S $§! i-* Texas. Iflflllfill - H Wants under this head at the ver...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

AND FOLLETT TIMES as* -Vol 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC., 20, 1923. Vol. 12, No. 6 i. MKSl - ■ii Official Paper of Lipscomb Covntv, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Livscomb County^ Indigent Old People Making Christmas Toys mmm NEAR-BY mm |by i • ' wBgm iottespohdent ar sggjg '< § 1 11 ut People You Know. ■ - . * *jv Points- -Paragraph- • / Dec. 17— V - ' i' brother. tq, Higgins and were he received a tele- Wednes- of Mrs. The body was Thursday. The ^ Laubban *{ HigKins. We extend hearty Congratulat- ions to the happy pair ■ which ■BKai Albueii Mexico, where be had for treatment. The in wife seveTal sisters, vet.' and r\ friends to Court this week a of indictments were re- the, Grand Jory« In State vs Frank ■■fiti'M' _wm not quilty. Court was Fuesday "afternoon until the next regular session. Blankinship made a N* con- funeral services of jgJI who died at that place Wednesday night. Mrs. Hill was well known in aroupd Higgins and her is a so...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

Wft mo LIPSCOMB ^LIME JGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY DEC. 20 1923 — — pigfe Kg "*•- iSS? AND FOLLETT TIMES !SBS£2w gplfc sisks?*' ■ gifa, • SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone... ——- 160 Fourth Zone... 1.75 Fifth Zone..—. 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies— 5c C. A. SKAGGS. Publisher. In order to guarantee the publication of fontlfa a<hrertisem«nt« it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money « cer with eopy. f ^ubllahed on Thanday Week Morning of Baca of sacrificial service. The re- mains were laid to rest in the Logan Cemetery.—G. P. Kroeker. ^ Society Notes A little rouge, a little curl, A powder box, a pretty girl, A little rain, away it goes— A different girl with a freckled nose.—Thats the way the Spearman Reporter says about the dear girls. But don't worry girl§, Old Santa is comin' and maybe he will give you some more to take the place of what the rain has removed. r' j*. as< Arthur Warren Kincade was a pleasant caller at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

JiPll IPlls p-. V - ~ pip ■ * r LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLKTT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC 20 1923. THRES &V 3fg E •■v • ' C§rv • •; sM>~ lllpi tb££ -/ ' m The Santa Fe says efficient transportation to meet growing needs of country is possible under existing Governmental regulation. Farmers and business men asked to exercise their influence in giving Transportation Act a fair trial. ..... :is; iwm^> The vigor of our national life absolutely depends upon transportation, primarily the railroads. To insuVe that all important func- tions of the railroads are discharged in an orderly and dependable manner the Govern- ment has undertaken to regulate them in the following particulars: ~ 1. A Government Commission determines freight and passenger rates. t , 2. A Government Commission determines what is a "fair return** on the value of prop- erty used for transportation purposes, but does not guarantee any return. 3. A Government Commission determines the above value of transportation pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

. . ... ipsp WSf --y . •_ '■ HHl - • 'i l -.• :: s§£5-p" • i^pB 'v '; ■' Mgg "f,.. _- *" ' * Iftl^&V.* -. - DARROUZETT, TEXAS. THURSDAY, DEC.. 20 1923. No. 11 IS GONE life Earl LinCler, Dieys .op Dec- ember 12th, 1923 v Iff gSKS ■ Is Giving, Not as- a Duty k~- Si .. 5... .* * ic-'.iX;' * * HE f£f .<*"• w sg^vm-v gRgffc *iw'r w£l but for Loves Sake as God Gave This tows and surnounding rites were deeply greavec beautiful thought in the minds of each child, draws them to- gather in the school room and they have a greater , love for their teacher. We understand the grand jury at the County Seat have put out a very large stack of indit- ments for bootleggers. We say there maybe something doing and sure pat our county officals on the back. We love officers who are not afraid to do' their duty. We had another big snow Monday; mixed wi£h rain and sleet. It has been melting for the last three days and we surt have a "sloppy mess" underfoot. ■p§spl§ I'-'' lay morning to of the passing...

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