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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

p*-*- ||p| S«. it*' ~ - i :■ ■ I - •'~ • \; ' .: 7:,' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. DEC 20 irzii. FIVE 5!*! ts A-l Advertisers, ling business people i that continually bjring § public that which they look over Lime Light's 1 teed advertisers, pofit by Bids For Depository Of Countv Funds. Notice is hereby given that bids will be received by the Com- missioners Court of Lipscomb County>v Texas at the January buyiogjterai, 1924, from any banking them as Corporation, association, or in- ren a square deal ->i-- ' .. . they gladly solicit your far" Follett Texas, ale— • ■ • ^ -ewjtiJe Co. Lumber Company. Bank. afional Bank. •- fcomery Hardware Com- eld & Fleming Filling '. rV.. S Grain & Supply Co. Lumber Com- -V' \ ? "•*' v Xy . Mercantile Store, tile Store. rd ware Store. R. L. Miller Dray and Feed PKM-ip* 'g?s. r dividual- banker in said county, j Any banker desiring to bid; shall deliver to the undersigned j t . on or before -the first day of said j Ja...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

, v " ■. ■ - ' a^Sggfe^s , i - Rj 7 *' V 02*& *- - .•; .^1* -;"';"" :-.V-.- :;v !*-. • . EW-28&.-} X j^-iS ESKM«, 11; w& «* -\ . . ps- ..■■■•. Bill iP^X' *. -i- ■'* |§ V. Booker BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC., 20. 1923 No. 10 Vol. 1 The Absent One Tin thinking] of you in the Christmas," It rings like a tender refrain; The sky is so blue, like the " dear eyes of you,|evening And still do the lilies remain VTm thinking of you at Christ- v * «. mas. The halls with the holly aie red; And where~do you stay On this beautiful day, Where the light on your path way is shed? Do the lilies bloom for dearest? and as Grandpa Rowe was found to be in ^serious condition they decided to take him home with them where they could take care of him leaving for home Thursday were^ut. on the lhke Tri you, Neighbor E. F. Martin had the experience of some well trouble which generally happens in fine weather such as we have been having the past week. But E. F. says he has it all coupled up again an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

iwt ijlii 11 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC, 20 192=3 seviw Town and Country Notes night and feel safe.—Scurry Co. Times-Signal. Some would not be safe than-if everything was of rubber they would be like Jiggs, | roost on a telephone pole. Ciioice and Up to Now *Kahoe was in from north-(field & Fleming Filling Station. >f here . t trading Monday; Best wishes from the Foice goes Lime long and are uncon- for a short tiipe. was up with this issue of the . . I Light to the garage "and from the . . . 6 , may it survive the bumps, , Seat, Saturday tospemn—'— with home folks. I among all the mysteries in unto the dust, where is the flash light? pes was a Busy frem^ southwest afternoon. H Speqry was a Follett visitor in fron® northeast * for a short time Monday s and wife and little sciously pushed in the way". Tuesday Lime Light received the following communication:— 'Land-of-the North, December I4th, 1923—Dear Children—I am on mv way from the snow- bound Land-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 December 1923

5'\V |ESB§ii§B§5pS3 'J> *■ ■■■'* n^p . w, ■& LIPSCOMB* LIMB^LIGHT AND FOLLETT TiJVU^, THUKSDA^, - I FC. H> 192:; s-fiS&SS trade mark ifer- •••; ■ J** srij 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 will give you absolute satisfaction. • ' , : - • If'SI T •*" ■*' • £ * are sot a patronof this store we want you an opportunity to demonstrate the truth • statement. At do place in this town or cm-buy a better grade, of groceries than no one can undersell us on the same pride .ourselves on being able BEST for the LEAST, all times we handle a good land com- of wholsome Groceries—fresh fruits fplL; SSia r- ■ - ' - ; \ .. ; ■ ' Follett, Texas. '■ t *?' ►" ' - ■ w UK5® J/ = =s= WMWi Brt u • IP § mzmmmm - irf or ry ■PI ■j ' . . i-'.t J*'* Wma fi' r:>%mp£ wt There are two kinds of hardware.^ One is "made to.s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

.M;' mm __ : // ' gpf z'&. = AND FOLLETT TIMES 1. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, .THURSDAY, DEC., 27, 1923. Vol. 12, No. 7 maS - ■ . Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County. I _v ' Regular ;nt. Know. * " -/o - HI Bee. 24- ■ ■ number of tbe tree, Friday gave a iment. are well entertainments ^eeo giv- that the be given n the be highly en- ,v?- "V tva and inter- a tele* her to the arrriving at ived word that rise Miss Dulcie and Lewis Hill returned from Christmas with m. for and all of t! departed for a the Texas, where rs. the she m returned Sunday where he attend down to* spend tbe Holidays ^additions are being made s Lutheran parsonage this Sightseers Visiting the Ruins of Yokohama NEAR-BY A Few Collected From Our Exchanges. y LATEST AND BEST Sightseeing In-ravaged Yokohama these days Is done In a remade street car, which Is*always crowded. Many thou- sands of tourists go there to see the results of the big eart...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

[V =' - - mm - m -. *T 3$9 L1I LIMtE LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY DEC, 27 M" ■■Na AND «g SUBSCRIPTION ||p| -"i H RATES. First sard Second Zones $1.50 only begotten son whoso ever believeth on him should not' perish bur-have ever lasting life.' —£y Nellie Freeman an dgh'h grade pupil. Third Zone*.. jfll N Fourth Zone.— JB ,Ji* Zone— mm' Sixth Single 1.60 1.75 1.85 2.00 5c i— ■ ' • - C. A. SKAGQS, Pobliahcr. ary order the JJabllcatlon It win be neces- cbeck or money WZ.t Published on Thurtdty Morning WMh j .r-' -.f • of S>ca ' ■ Obituary Robert Earl Linder, son, of Mr. and Mrs. J. R.' Linder, was born at Kirksville, Mo., Sept. 16th, 1889 died in Albuqueque, New Mexico, Dec. 12, 1923 age 34 years, 2 months and? 26 days. Married - to Cora McCartor, of xShattuck, Okla., Dee. 24*4908 to this union four children were born Lucile, Nifta Taye, Robert and Mary Jane. He leaves a wife, four chlldreo, father, mother and two sisters, te&hd class matter Mrs* C. H. Connors, of Aibiique- at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

PpHllfi wm LIPSCOMB LIME LKIHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC 27 1923, THREE life-.J. • PgR: i" WMi-i J- % V\ r, 7k ^huJUa H Gtc4M4t jie AAJA* ; Zrj&kiubtA", , © A 9 S Are YOU getting your share of the big money "SHUBERT" is paying for furs? If you're not, that's your fault. Wake up! Get "SHUBERT" ices for your furs from now oh—just take a look at the prices quoted below for Texas Furs! that's what "SHUBERT" will pay on an honest and liberal grading. Our shippers right in your own neighborhood are reaping a golden harvest. Get in on this big money! jsgag COME ON WITH YOUR FURS more* lake IXTBA TO AVtHACC n?i Large UTIA TO AVtDAGt n?1 medium EXTRA TO AVCtAOC N?l SMALL CXTtA TO AVCAACt n? 2 AS TO Silt * OUAUTY 12.00toi0.00 9.501* 8.75| 8.25(0 625) 525 to 4.00 9.50b 825 5.25 to 2.75 3.75 to 1.75 7.75b 6.75; 6.00 to 5 3.75 to 3.00 mumum. IWURGE IMtl MEDtUMl (XTBA TO AVtSACI |N hSMALL| IXT1U TO AVltAGT GOOD UNPRIMq Asrosm&ouAuTy UTS A TO iVUMI HTRA TO Mrt*A6t i50t loo 2.60ts 2....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

iip§i?^£ - ■ '' ..-■n:./ ■ •■■■.. mm* - ■- -■ ■ dSS8fe?^\' |g>Bv-.. Sgp^.-rf:- ^"■"-•--r'v .'• |BgN& '. |Cy - «■ . aest Vol. 1 DARROUZETT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, dec., No. 12 Pleasant Homes. or in 12 days he had bought, |Si0£&&i A pleasant, happy home is the turkeys $1450.00; chickens 06- v5 ?;i \ jSS*?: '■ mM-.1 8? > Bpf8%% >-• Iplll sklfe vj# greatest safeguard against temp- tation for the young. Parents should spare no pains to make ■ thehom^a cheerful spot. There should be pictures to adorn the walls, flowers to. cultivate the finer sensibiiites. Parents should have entertaining books and in- structive , newspapers for their children to read. These things, no doubt, "cosf money,, but not a tithe the amount that one of the lesser vices will cost, vices which are sure to be acquired away from home but seldom there. Then there should be social pleasure. A gathering of young and old around the hearthstone a warm welcome to the neigh- bor *who drops in to pass a pleasa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

SrReliNS? <• ; . " - LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC. 27 1923. FIVE Kg rr- ^P^pt|ghts A-l Advertisers.! Bids For Depository 3The hustling business people; Of County Funds.: those^t&at continually bring; ]^0^ce js hereby given that before the public that which they | bjds wi|| be received by the Com- a! jr^ look over Lime Light s misssioners Court of Lipscomb ^.guaranteed advertisers. j County, Texas at the January YoilC will profit by buying term, 1924, from any banking and selling from them as Corporation, association, or in- you will be _given a sqirare deal! dividual banker in said county, for ^ they gladly solicit yourj ^ny banker desiring to bid ^ | shall deliver to the undersigned Those in • Follett Texas, are— |on or before the first day of said Porter Mercantile Co. [January term of aid court,.on Panhandle Lumber Company. Uow'^ the 14th day of January, PRINTING patronage ' i OH - ' <=■"' " Follett National Bank. S Farmers National Bank. J|jJ|; ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

- ;V Rllfe Booker Breezes BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DEC., 27. 1923 No. 11 Hfgpj? Road Talk 'Through the mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind ex- ceedingly small!" has been quot- ed in connection with a thou- Shoals? sand causes Not often is it ap- plicable to roads but in at least one instance, no glove ever fitt- ed tighter! _ - Two friends lived across a country line from each othei; in the one eounty was good roads, connecting with nearby county seat, in the other was opposition to good roads, and no good con- nection with the county seat. The two good friends had many an argument on the sub- jected! good roads'county exalt- ing in what the good roads —JP" SRmm _ being glad at What guarantee has been made to industries that they [will get cheap power or any power at all at points where they might wish to operat plants near Muscle for bim, he who had poor r$ads smallness of his taxes. There seemed no winning the argument for either. The one had a definite saving in hauling and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

Ipgj mm PSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, DEC, 27 1923 SB¥fK own and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now O C.-Newman came up on an from Shattuck, Okla., on professional business. Kinzelt was in from the northwest of here Saturday and visiting'with friends. r Brown was in from north for a Short timeSatur- trading and attending to Rabe was in for short the farm northwest of shaking hands friends. j. Bourquin was another farmers- in from the est of here .Satitt- >n trading. :i-'j- • ,7?-: with her parants and cthe friends in and around S h atlurk Okla., Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Allinger and daughter, Dorthy Louise, arrived home from a three weeks vacation !" with relatives and friends at Tulsa, Oklahoma 'Sunday afternoon. M'iss Vera Duckworth, returned home Saturday from near Arnett, Okla., where she is teaching school this term to spend the holidays with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Duckworth. Mrs. H A Burgle arrived in the Busy Town from Shattuck, Okla., ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 December 1923

!si§y§iw^jP waz^ . iisiSrew BI8HT _ SP^SMr, ;.$sg KISKP ?a Jr* J|g '" rr=fi= - ? • «Wasdta£ _*s:M£ sbp^ ;j^-r IsgiSS^ ^.Ct^-2*.*-.- 1§i&?r ..; LIPSCOMB* LIME LIGHT AND FQLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, I Ff [923 • --:^M >• -.." ' ■ '• ; '' -' ESS^i I P^f-'-' i|| I^T /■■ r -1 - =N fy Genuine Sweet-Or r arment has this Mark! It means 'most as much to you as your Union ^ Card! It is a guarantee of the best materials, best workmanship and long, long wear. lex We sell these garments because we f^now they 1 Vvili give you absolute satisfaction. wmmr BBPV B|p% ■Ola i If you are not a]patron of this store we want you to give us an 'opportunity to demonstrate the truth * "f above statement. At no place In t$s town or 4 an buy a better grade of groceries than no one can undersell us on the same WSSoods. We pride ourselves on-being able r the BfiS r for the LEAST? '^7 . we Handle a «ood hind cora- ^olsome Groceries—fresh fruits Follett, Texas. —— i$- > g ■ Bgjpi mm mm ftftrdware are Two kinds...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

: AND FOLLETT TIMERS Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JAN., 3, 1924. Vol. 12, No. 8 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett find Lioscomb County• LIPSCOMB IN BRIEF ^ Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. HERE AND THERE About People You Know, lJithy Points- - Paragraph- ed to PJease You. LIPSCOMB TEX.. Dec. 31- The Christmas program at the Uoion Church was well attended Monday night. The little fWks . gave some very pleasing numbers which were followed by a numler of songs, \fter the program came Santa Claus who distributed the many gifts. % Dr. and Mrs. Fred Reynolds, their little daughter, Celia Dee and Mrs. Dick Barton were to Lipscomb Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Reynold's, live in Clarendon, and are up spending Christmas with Mrs. Reynold's mother, Mrs. Celia Barton. * Evelyn, I/>la and Richard V Sewell,' are down from Follett ' spending the Holidays with their father, W. H. Sewell and with Lipscomb friends. Mr. an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

:wo LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JAN. 1924" LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone ....1.60 Fourth Zone 1.76 Fifth Zone 1.85 Sixth and other Zones .. 2.00 Single Copies 5c c. A. SKAOGS. Publisher. In order to fuarantec the publication foreign advertisements it will be necea- •ary to send either draft, check or money «rd«r with copy. published on Thursday Morning of Eacs Weak four million dollars, so that a total of $148,750,000 was left as the net recepts to be spent; on highways. This sum is divided into appropriations . for State highway departments, 16 millions; Federal aid^funds, 34 millions; maintenance of Federal aid roads, 32-miilions; construction of other than Federal aid roadr, 6£ mil- lions; maintenance of other than Federal aid roads, 21^ millions; and given as aid to counties, 25'- millions. Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex-' as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

UPSCOMR LIMB- LIGHT AND, POLLETT TIMES, Ti!J liSDAY, J\N3 1024. THRFS % , Jk, «t*ru£iA H VtCtLUU. Su aAjjH j Lf xjAuSoUS, •N.- • 23 Are' YOU getting your share "of the big money "SHUBERT" is paying for furs? If you're not, that's your fault. Wake up! Get "SHUBERT" prices for your furs from now *on--just take a look at the prices quoted below for Texas Furs! That's what "SHUBERT" will pay on an honest and liberal grading. Our shippers right in your own neighborhood .are reaping a golden harvest. Get in on this big money! COME ON WITH YOUR FURS N*1 EXTRA LARGE I1TRA TO AVtdAG! N?1 LARGE j N?1 MEDIUM CUBA TO A tRAfr^i ItMtk TO A*((«G N?1 SMALL N« 2 tlWl (KTRA TO AVCRACl AS TO SIJl * QUALITY H« y F«rd, SUkj ..... [(Minry.Ofti •r Hti^lui. 12.00to 10.00 9.50to 8.75 8.25(0 6.25 5.25 to 4.00 525 to 2.75 ' ■ J 9.50to 825 7.754o 6.75 6.00to 5.00 3.75 io 3M 3.75 to 1.75 OPOSSUM 1.65lo 1.3oJl.25 to .90 .80 lo .55 .45 to .30 .45 to .20 S KUNK H*1 EXTRA LAR6t N?1 LARGEv 1 N?l MEDIUM IKTAA TO AVtR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

' * ? Dicrest • : m 1 DARROUZETT, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JAN 3 192* No. 13 It Might Have Been Mr. Spear, of Denver, Colo.. ,,, came in Saturday evening to t at ^"thp center'visit ^is sister Mrs. Mark Beck, hordes and teams in the center , of jopain street, on the side walk wh|£h is the only crossing in town is a rather dangerous thing, also being rather a nuisance to ha|i to go abound. Small chil- dren not knowing the danger will wq))c up to a horses heels. A small child three years of age wap observed to try to walk the sU|e walk while two horses were striding on tfie the walk. The cbijd was pulling a small wagon w^kh frightened one of the hories and' the horse raised its foot to strike the child but he happened to get beyond the reach of the horse. There should be something done about thfe! miMIIMIHII 11 I I t ! •* 1 4 } 4 Local Notes p t ^ : Short and Snappy ♦HMIMIIIIHIHMl Mrs. C. H. Robertson gave s Sunday *chool social for her class •tithe home of Mr. and Mrs. Sid BOfran. Games were ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

UPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT XlMijg, THURSDAY. JAN l!>:4. FIVE Store. Mercantile Store. Lime Lights A-l Advertisers. The hustling business people are those that continually bring before the* public that which they deal in, look over Lime Light's list of guaranteed advertisers. You will profit by buying and selling from, them as you wil! he given a square deal for they gladly 4lolieit your patronage— Those in Follett Texas, are-^ Porter Mercantile Co. Panhandle Lumber Company. Follett National Bank. Farmfijs National Bank. Montgomery Hardware Com- pany. Trenfield & Fleming Filling S^tion. Farmers Grain & Supply Co. White House Lumber Com- pany. S. F. Cross, Mercantile f K. F. Miller Grace Cash Store, Merchandise. - Mrs. W. C. Walker, Millinery Store. Frank Frazier Hardware Store. Harrelson Bros. Dray and Feed Barn. - Alex G. Laubhan Meat Market. E. E. King's Garage. Wood^Furniture Company. Sharon Grain Company. Joe Barton Meat Market. J. H. DeBell. Saymen's Pro- ducts. ~...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

HP$% jSPi Booker Vol. 1 BOOBER, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JAN., 3, 1921 \ No. 12 Died While on VVav This comunity was stirred by a sad happening in our midst. On last Saturday there was a family-by the name of Sommer- Tlll, dr ve into Booker and camped, the husband was very sick with asthma and heart trouble, the family was destitute, and the team, about worn out They had been four weeks on the road from Deora Colo., where they had been living on a claim, but because of the husbands health was seeking p. lower altitude. The six children were very poorly clothed. The town made up and gave them cloths and provisions On Wed- nesday they started on expecting td go tocher mother in Arkansas, about fite miles east of town they stuck ^n a mud hob and while they were trying to get out the husband passed away. The body was taken to Booker and prepared for burial. The funeral was held at the Christian Church at Booker on Thursday. The family was cared for at the home of Merlen Howards, near where the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

t - M kSF LIPSCOMR LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT by TIMES, THURSDAY, JAN. 3 1024 SEVEN Snappy, Choice and Now i ij- ls>: j the above clear ladies, who, we kids, do humbly thank, as our dad was in a good humor on that day owing- to the said pie and salad for which we were more than thankful. We Thank you. (We sampled both and we know how good they were.) 4F \ Mrs. M. E. Walker was in | That jolly good fellow, T. R. from northwest of here Friday | Laubhan, was among the hust- shepping. ilersinfrom the farm west of from the ^ere Friday afternoon attending Fre<J Meyer was in farm souehwest of here Saturday afternoon. to business. Roy Branson was in from the farm southwest of here Saturday afternoon r after cake. (Guess, Roy, figures eating good in the Dr. 0. C. Newman came up from Shattuck, Okla., on profes- sional business. ; - Slim Gaines was among those ( next few day?-) in from north of here Satur- Claget Cookman was •day afternoon. of the "happy farmers" in from Dean Kinzelt was in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 January 1924

BIGHT LIPSCOMB' LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY', >MK: "19*1 /r- Coat and hanging*in your closet will still be useful with a pair of trousers to match. We carry a line of Sweet DRESS TROUSERS in a variety of colors and materials. Step in and let us match up for you. Good Clean Line of Groceries— Food that baa noqiishrcent and nourishment sup- plies the health and strength that are neccessary to your physical and mantal weH-belng. # Thus you see the necessity for eating only the best food, that which contains the maximum nourish- ment'^ That's the kind of groceries and foodstuffs we sell.at'very close prices. Porter Mer. Co Follett, Texas. Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very . reasonable rate of 74c per line. One number or initiai to count same as word. J vk Anything in. Shelf or heavy Hardware TJhere are two kinds of hardware. One is "made to^sell'' while the other is MADE TO USE. v . We invite your attention to our large and varied stock of HARDWARE FOR USE...

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