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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 March 1924

1 2 AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH, 20, 1924, Vol. 12, No. 19 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas— Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County• LIPSCOMB IN BRIEF Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. HERE AND THERE About People You, Know. Pitl^y Points- - Paragraph- ed to Please You: LIPSCOMB TEX.^Mar. 17- Mrs. John Douglas and B. L. Millhollon, we. e called to Wood ward, Okla., Saturday > morning by the severe illness of their brother-in-law, E. L. Roberts. Later word was received relating the death of Mr. Roberts which occured Saturday night v The High School iBoys]L held their I ennis Elimination Contest Friday, and Ralph Lloyd and J. C. Barton were chosen to re* present the Lipscomb High School in tht Senior Boys Tennis Contrast at the Track Meet. The Higgins Camp Fire Girls presented a play entitled "Bre- ezy Point" at ^he High School Auditorium aK Lipscomb Satur- day night. Word has been received th...

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 — 20 March 1924

TWO LIPSCOMi: LIME LIGHT KOLIiETf TIMES, THl RSDAV MARCH *f, 1924 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Sec6nd Zones*.:--$1.50 Third Zone 160 Fourth Zone —- Fifth NZone - - 185 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 & Single Copies C. A. SKAQOS. Publisher. of County .Judge, subject to the w '! of the voters at tho Novem- ber election. M. L. BLANKINSHIP. FOR CONTY AND DISTRICT CLERK Lo order lo oyarantee the t foreign advertisement* It will he necee £ry to £nd either draft, check or money ffvrter with eoW- Published on TburwUy Morning of S«« Week 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. Announcements Subject to the wishes of the people at the election in Nov- ember, I hereby announce my j my candidacy for re-election to j the office of County and Dis-j trict Clerk. P. 0. BOYD. I Hereby announce my candi- dacy for the office of County and District Clerk, subject to the will ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 March 1924

*4* LIPSCOMB LIMK LICIII AND KOLLKT.T TIMKS, liSHAY M \Rr.H. 2>\ 1924. THRES fr' We sell s for Cash IS why % We sell for Watch for SpeciaLs ORACfCASH S [ORE Follett, Texas. ■ ;-\-*rrr¥ci^cr ; \ fmn ii us. wm cr.T «.t. t FOLLETT THEATRE "A Dangerous Adventure" BY WARNER BROTHERS Played March 21st—Replayed March 22hd AND AT • >. • ./*•• "• ' y ■ i ' " ■ . v 1 ' ' Lipscomb, Monday March 24th ADMISSION Children 10 Cent* Adults 35 Cents, CRITES BROS. Props- -W.' 490 raucK A complete Ford Truck with al]-steel body and cab CHASSIS ONLY. $370.00 Prices f. o. b. Detroit iiiRff m hi " fh*U " . - v | 1 IB M I IE I! The new Ford all-steel body and weather-proof cob on the Ford worm- dm* chauu makes world'* lowest prsctd complete owe-to* truck. ' A New Ford Steel Truck Body The Ford Motor Company announces the production of a new all-steel body and steel 'weather - proof cab, mounted cn the famous Ford onc-tcn worm- drive chassis, forming a complete haulage unit at the remarkably low price...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 March 1924

Darrouzett <\ Vol. 1 DARROUZETT TEXAS. THURSDAY, MARCH i-O. 1921. No. 24 4 I I >♦ I I I > I M Local Notes Short and Snappy «> o i; it Lichens Are Descendants of Prehistoric Growth XnifllMiMIIIMIII Mrs. Mart Beck is on the sick list this week. , Clarence Gates, of Canadian, was in town on business this W. M. Erts, shipped a car of cattle to Kansas City, Kan&., Saturday. Little Joan Chappell who has been quite ill is much improvtil at this writing. Albert iaubhan, has accepted • position with the Shear Pro- duce at Perryton. Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Russell, of Sqasst. Okla., were in Darrouzett shopping Saturday. Red Mills, of Sunset, Okla., came in Thursday on the Hi- line, frofn Burkburnett. W. E. Smith, of near Sunset, Okla., left last week for Ames, Okla., to visit his father. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Messner and Miss Ruth were among the busy shopper in Darrouzett Saturday. Otto Cook who has been with his brother, Free) Cook, for sev- eral months left this week for Michigan. * ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 March 1924

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT 1IMES, THURSDAY. MARCH. L'o 1924. FIVE W: I. vThe Advertised Article is one in which the mer- chant himself has implicit faith—else he Will not ad- vertise it. You arc safe in patronizing the mer- chants whose ads appear in this paper because their goods are up to date and not shop worn. : : : ch3 ao o a a o o o cctc ochkkj o Woman Is Bitten to a Death by Huge Rata a Wnlki'i-ton. 1ml. Iluirt' nit*. 2 which bit licr on tin* I; ice HH«l v. n^ck ;is she 1my helpless in her A hed. caused the desith <>f Mrs. ^ Margaret Taylor, jim-d paralytic, rt of Walkerton. The wounds in the woman's neck indicated that O the ro lent«« were of huii'e size. ^ a y<yex>00 O-OO a aCKHKKKKJ 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 wif! he given a square deal for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 March 1924

Vot. 1 BOOKER, TEXAS, ThURSDAY, MARCH., :i0, 1924 No. 22 The Booker Christain Church Announces a series o fmeetings by ft Noted Evangelist—Rev. Paul J. Merrill has been secured by the Christain Church at Booker to bold a series of meet- ings. He is assisted by a Bro. Smith as a leader of song. The meeting began on Wednesday of this week. * Brother Merrill is a song and music composer of some ability. He sang for the broadcasting station at Fort Worth on the 6th. and was heard far .and near. He is also partner in a music publishing concern. The Booker extends a cordial invitatfon to all to attend these meetings.- - Chas G. K e 1 I e y —Pastor. . Local Lore > c • i | Aboiit Those You Know ; John tfSmith sew radio. r has enstalled a Mrs. Lang is reported on the aiek list this week. Eflitit Bell spent Sunday after- noon with Olive Hagler. The Booker Equity held their Annual meeting Saturday. Mrs. n BonyICook's mother has been vefygsick the past week. Mrt.HMcCullough called on Mr*. Mi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 March 1924

1,1 i'SOOM H UMK l.IGH I ANHKOLI.KTT TIM ICS, I'.'!1 ''SHAY. MAIU'H 20, 1924 SEVEN .. Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice. and Up to Now J. A. Adams was trader in from near Ok la, Monday. a Follett east of here Madison, Wm. Terrell was among those in from the northeast Monday looking after business matters. Monday afternoon, Chas Lar- key, living'northeast of here was . in attending, to business matters. Tab Ford was in from the ranch north of here Monday inixing with Follelt s good peo- ple. *' Hartman Brothers were seen Ed. Quintd, was in from~ the pleasant country home east of here for a short time Tuesday afternoon trading and attending to other business matters. We are pleased to relate that Robert Searcy who has been confined to his bed the past week because of erysipelas is again able to be about town. Saturday afternoon the good natured'Jim Fry. living on a very pleasant farm southwest of ARE YOU } GUILTY it A FARMEK carrying an express package from a big mailorder house w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 March 1924

BIOHT.. > LIPSCOMHt IJME LIGHT AND FOLi El 1 T1MLS, '!''Ill KSDAY, MARCH. 20, ' —.—^ NEAT CAMPAIGN DEVICE \f That Coat and Vest ^ hanging in your closet will still be useful with a pair of trousers to match. We carry a line of Sweet-Orr UNION MADE 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 has nourishment and nourishment sup- plies the health and strength that are neecessary to your physical and mantal well-being. Tfius you see the necessity for eating only the best food, that which contains the maximum' nourish- ment* Th at's the kind of groceries and foodstuffs we sell at very close prices. Mer. Co. Follett, Texas. j. n mm .4 1 -• Si Anything in Shelf or Heavy Hardwaj*^ \ > There are two kinds of hardware. One is "made to sell" while the other is MADE TO USE. We invite your attention to our large and varied stock of HARDWARE FOR USE. It is good—it will last—it will give satisfac- tion I...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

It v\ fr 3 3 * ,/W.vl AND FOLLETT TIMES . ' ———t —•—- Herald—Vol. 4. *No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, 1 1 HURSDAY, MARCH, 27 1924. Vol. 12, No. 2u V Official Paper of Lipsconih County, Texas—Devoted to the latere u • > 1 FoHe11 a ml Liuseom !> Coutity- . • . LIPSCOMB IN BRIEF Indiana Girl Is Plucky Farmer Turned in by Our Regular Corespondent. HERE AND THERE About People You Know. _ «' Pithy Points- - Paragraph- ed to Please You. . LIPSCOMB TEX., Mar, 24- Newt and Berlin Millhollon and Mrs. J. W. Douglas, return- ed from Woodward, Okla., Mon- day wher? they had been called by the sickness and death of their brother-in-law, Lige Roberts. Mrs. Roberts accompanied them in definitely. At last the Lipscomb High School Auditoridm has been seat- ed and though the seats are of pine and only temporary we are glad that we may give enter- tainments now without borrow- ing seats from the Schft6fc)*r Theatre. * Mr. Walter Walker, of Follett, was in Lipscomb Tuesday. From the talk w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

TW LIPSOOMI! LIME LIGHT KOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY MARCH 27, 1924 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $5fst and Second Zones $1.50 -Third Zone— I-60 Fourth Zone. 1*^ Fifth Zone..— 1-85 Si*th and other.Zones -- 2.00 Single Copies 5c c. A. 8XACGS. Publish". r^y to imi either draft, check or money «itler with' • >ubii*ke<l on Thursday Morning ot Kace Week Entered as second class matter at the 'Post .office at Follett, Tex- •9 on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. ' ' f Announcements ol' ('ounty Judije. subject to the will ol' the voters at the Novem- ber election. M. L. BLANKINSHIP. FOR CONTY AND DISTRICT CLERK tf Subject to the wishes of the people at the election in Nov- ember, r hereby announce my my candidacy for re-election to the office of County and Dis- trict Clerk. P. 0. BOYD. „ I Hereby announce my candi- dacy for the office of County and District Clerk, subject to the will of the Voters at the Novem- ber election. PERCY J. GHEE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

MJ'SroMl: MM I. I.ICIIT AND l-nu.KTT Tl.YIKS, IHURSDAY, MARCH, 27. W.14 THREE We sell for Cash IS WHY We sell for LESS Watch forSpeciaLs GRACf CASH SUM FoHett, Texas. IV r<vrsmBb'janmr.K -mr.vogxaucgrTjr^r-'. ' 7 v. <... w, >«tx«*al^?tJSrXn. JiwMuiiR^Vt-%! '■^inSrTiMMnrtwgimi' it'--"--'--' — $490 FOLLETT THEATRE % "RENT FREE" PLAYED BY WALLACE REII) Played March 28th—Replayed March 29th AND AT Lipscomb, Monday March 31st ADMISSION Children * Adults I 10 Cents 35 Cents, CRITES BROS. Props OUR H0BB\'—SERVICE A complete Ford Truck *ub all-steel body i>d otb CHASSIS ONLY. $370.00 Prices f. o. b Detroit- ; m Jill, "!■ ' ■' PWMM: i:'i\ . -i: mi ?6j ■■ WW? The tie* Ford all-Heel body and weather-proof csh on tin Ford worm- drill- vAtitiii makes worldj lowest priced complete one-ton truck. A New Ford Steel Truck Body The Ford Motor Company announces the production of a ~ new all-steel body and steel weather-proof rub, mounted on the famous Fo;d one-ton worm- drive chassis, formi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

m Vol. 1 DARROUZETT TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 27. 1924. No. 25 Local Notes Short and Snappy ! imminiiiiiiiiiiii Wm. Erts shipped a car load of bogs Saturday. Frank Biggs was on the sick )iat a few days this week. W. L. Allen, who has been look- ing after i business matters at Perry ton, returned home Tues- day. Darrouzett was sorry to loose Mr, and Mrs. Geo. Travis how ever our loss will be Shidler's gain. Melburn Erts and Wm. Erts weie eacjj on the sick list this, week. ; Harry Giddings, returned home Irom Elkhart, Kans., Friday where he had been looking after a location. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Coultrup, of Laverne, Okla., * came in Mon- day for a visit with their son and family, Cecil Coultrup. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beck, made a business trip to Follett, Friday. They also visited Mr. Back's sister and family, Mrs. S. F. Cross. . S. F. Qross, J. F. Travis and Mr. Montgomery, of FoUett, wece in the Town Worth While tfSs week assisting Coultrup and Blbseell in invoicing. Albert Laubhsn, was a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND KOLLKTT I'lMES, THURSDAY. MARCH. 27 1924. ^——— 1 . ■ ——^ i PI*B ft ti The Air Camera Helps Fix Boundary. The aerlnl raim-ra may till an irn ' portant role in dtMerminiuK the lonjr 1 disputed bnutniarv between Colombia [ j and Venezuela. The Swiss ciiiiimis- I ; slon of experts oiiarged with settling the. question have photographs that i corer 2,000,000 acres of the wildest part of the territory concerned. The pho- i tographs clearly sliow even the most minor details of the ground and make It possible to draw an exact map of | the system of watersheds and allow the placing of all the elevations, even those which until now had ne.ver been seen. . It took only about 2." hours in the air to nnike tiie pictures. Only 1,700 Yanks Unidentified. ! Of the SiMXKt men in tiie World war ' who died overseas Iess«tlia*n 1,700 liave j not been identified. Contrast this with is one in which the mer- chant himself has implicit faith—else he Will not ad- vertise it. You arc sa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

m Vol. 1 BOOKER, TEXAS, ThURSDAY, MARCH., s>7, 1924 No. 23 Local Lore 5 About Those You Know 11 m 1i i i m m i . The Drummers are coming here by rail-ioad and taking aufo's across to Beaver, Okla., this week. "X The Booker Telephone Co., is getting its lines all back up in fine shape as the sleet of the 15th, put them all out of commission. Mr. Green the horse buyer was here last week and bought a car of horses ^nd mules. Come back again Mr. Green as there is a surplus her yet. It is a bad time for the con- testants to go to Higgins the 28th, and 29th, for the county try out. Don't know whether the road will be so they can go or not. Rev. PWl J. Mirrell, of Her- ford, is conducting a meeting at the Christian Church and Bro. Mirrell is one of the best talkers in the Panhandle. Ever? one is invito# & come out and here him. Mr. C. T. Burchett, our depot agent has gone to Dallas, on a business trip and Mrs. Burchett and two children are visiting her sister, in Amarillo, while Cha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

LIPSCOMB LIME I.I GUI AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 87, 1924 SET*# 7s1 Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now V;. vJ Mark it down the sun one more day. . Friday G. C., Camphill was a business visitor from Amarillo. a message shone 1 will Dresent you ,fiom the Book. M. Thayer was another of the good natured farmers in from northeast of here Monday trad- ing and booking after other bus- iness matter. Newt Willis, passed through the Busy Town on the train Sat- urday for his horfie at Canadian, after being up the line for a few • Earl Roach was another of the good natured farmers in from the north country yestef^y. A. H. Francis was in Follett Siturday attending to business fiom the live town of Perryton. Ed. Quin d was a yesterday j days on business, afternoon trader and visitor from tne country home east of here. Mr. and Mrs. A.'L. Schwope and son, Milton, were in from the farm northeast of here Tues- day. WRIGLEYS Chew it after every meal It stimulates appetite and ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 March 1924

met o • • V k? 11 •* H V.-i UPSCOMB'. LIME LIGHT AND FOLLKTT TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH. 27, 19SM m That Coat hanging in your closet will still be useful with a pair of trousers to match. We carry a line of Sweet-Orr UW*OM HUM dress trousers in a variety of colore and materials. • Step in and lef us mafeck "up for you. # Good Clean Line of Groceries— Food that has nourishment and nourishment sup- plica the health and strength that are oeccessary to your physical and mantal well-being. 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. Follett, Texas. -J HYDROPLANE PILOT There are, in all these United State*, only two women who pilot" hydroplane* —the speediest things motlnf In the water—and here is one of them, Mrs. Handall McFarlan of Cincinnati, a so- ciety woman, who is spendlnc the win-' ter at St. Petersburg, Fla. 8he owns I and operates her own speeditt...

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

3 3 AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APIRL, 8 L924. VoJ. 12, No. 21 Official Pnjyer of Lipscomb (bounty, lex-fis Devoted to the Interest of hollett and I«iuscornb County- m n.V m LIPSCOMB IN BRIEF Turned i'* by Our Regular correspondent. 1 HERE AND THERE Where Wilson's Body Is Lying Abt ut People You Know, Pithy Points- -Paragraph- ed to Please You. LIPSCOMB TEX.. Mar. 31— The School Board of the Lips- comb Independent School Dist- rict called a meeting Wednesday night for the purpose of nominat- ing candiates for the regular school elect ion which will be held Saturday April 5th. The follow- ing candidates were nominated W. K- Bar on, Claud Boone, J.\W. Douglass, Si., B. L. Mill- horton, Alex Bartin^Eveitf Sha- han. Albert Minton, P 0. Boyd, Will Theison, John Koch, feert Webb, and Jim Keffer. Elver Glasgow ancI.Wttl Thei- sen went to Higgins Friday tak- ing Ihe train to Wichita, Kan., where the intend attehding the L^mis— Daviscour...

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

TWO LIPSCOMR LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY APRIL 3 1924 LIPSCOMB LIME iMT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone. Fourth Zone. - Fifth Zone - Sixth and other Zones Single Copies 1.60 1.75 1.85 2.00 oi Coupty Judge, subject to the w:!l of the voters at the Novem- ber election. M. L.< BLANKINSHIP. fr FOR CONTY AND DISTRICT CLERK C. A. SKAQOS. PwbliUet. lo order to guarantee < f foreign advertisement* it Wlfl.be *ery to send either draft, check or money <<f aer with eopy. Subject to the wishes of the people at the election in Nov- 5cWmber, I hereby announce my my candidacy for re-election to the office of County and Dis- trict Clerk. P. O. BOYD. lublia&ed oa Thursday Mforaing Weak of Sac* Entered as second class matter !>■ the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. Announcements FOR ASSESSOR. Subject to the wishes of the people, at the, election in No- ▼ember, I hereby a...

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

urscomh UMK LIGHT AND KOLLETT TIMES, THUKSDAV, APRIL, 3j I'm. THREE jjrf rrri * - - - * - 1 Advertis- ing a Sale! i 0 don't lesve your rig In the middle of the road and go to a fence- post to read a ule bill tfo you? Then don't expect the other fel- low to do it. Put an «d In this paper.then, r«0 rdi*M of the weethar, th« fellow you went to reach reads your announce- ment* while seated at hie fireside. If he fe e prospective buyer you'll have him at youraele. One extra buyer often pays the entire expense of the ad-, and It's a poor ad that t. un't pull that buyer. An ad In this paperreaehee the people you are after. BIlia may be a necessity. but the ad la the thing that doea the business Pon'r thin'; of having a special e !.: without using advertising space In this paper. •:< £. * . OneExtraBuyer at t ule often pays the entire expels of the ai. Get That Buyer LIKE CONGRESSIONAL RECORD I Moet-Sought-After Publication at the Government Docket Room in Washington. It la a standing jo...

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

Digest ■Wi Vol. 1 DARROUZETT TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1924. No. 26 A Visitor. * Through the courtesy of - the Santa Fe that happened to have about a three-year-old rails Friday forenoon nearing the eating hogr Your Uncle Ezra had the opportunity of landing all aides up safe and sound in Dao rouzett, tha Town Worth While. And it is no joke when we re- mark that old town was sure on the ramble, moving from one tide of the street to the other or some other notable event. The first thing of any consequ- ence that attracted our selves was "a piece of toast and a lone egg poached upon the highway at the highway at the office was the first place to stroll into ib the morning and talk about the freaks uf the breeze, it shbwed up here aplenty. One of .the big full sash glass let loose XI [Continued on page 6] rtii#m HiHii mint Blue Beard Hamburger emporium. Gee and it was immense too. And now we happened into Mark Becks drug store wbere.he thing pUed up in three _je making some valuable eme...

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