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

■- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND KOLLETT . IIMES, I N t^iSDAA ! APRIL i.924 M— FIT* The Advertised Article is one in which the mer- chant himself has implicit faith—else he Will not ad- vertise it. Ypu are safe in patronising the mer- chant^ whose ads appear in this paper because their goods are* up to date and not "shop worn. : : : Lime Lights A-l Advertisers. The hustling business people are those that continually bring before the public that which they deaf in, look ov^r Lime Light's list of guaranteed advertisers. You will profit by buying and selling from them as you will be given a square deal for they gladly solicit your patronage— Those in Follett Texas, aie— - Porter Mercantile Co. Panhandle Lumber Company. Follett National Bank. Farmers National Bank. < . Montgomery Hardware Com- m M * i m Farmers Grain & Supply Co. VVhite House Lumber Com- pany. S. F. Cross, Mercantile Store. 1C. F. Miller MereantilejJtore. Grace Cash Store, Merchandise. Frank Frazier Hardware Store. Ale...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 April 1924

six T I^COMB LIMT, LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, ThURSDAY. APRIL 3. 1924. p 14 I The Horae_Town Paper Wheo "chores" are [done aod stock is fed. And the wee little rascals are tucked in bed, The kerosene lamp is adjusted jdfet so / It throws a light with a soft yel-, low glow; While ngr pipe is filled with the favorite brand— And then somehow to get the news The Home Town paper I persue. From six in the mornin' till dark- ness comes, We kjep thiogs movin' tilli they fairly hum; Well, if I must say it, I'm fond of work— The neiffHbors'll tell you I never shirk; Yet I have my hours to while away Round about the finish of a good long day-- Then I like very well, f you must inquire, The Home Town Paper and a good hot fire. The Jouesses may come, Or the Browns may go; There tnay be new "fandan- goes at the ahowj Here's a big ad 'bout the grocery store. Prices aire comin' down more and more; Every column is just plumb crammed— Weil, if there ain't my name be d—d That there editor fellow in town...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 April 1924

■m mm LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND : n . ■ is— FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY APRIL i 1924 rr Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now ! i & ;j YOUR I printing! j Mrs. Ervin Allinger was a j John Kahoe, manager of the Shatutck, Okla., visitor Monday.; Panhandle Lumber's Yard at , . . , ' . ,. 'thisplace made a flying trip to March three days yi the d ,0|t|a Frida card —but still the March Winds blow. j Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Duncan „ , - .. motored,^ to Shattuck, Okla., K. Wmgert was in from the , ,, 0 . . j luesday afternoon returning farm east of here Saturday for a1 u , . . .. * 7 home later in the evening. short time. - : . x ■* t C. H. V. Earl was in from the M. M. Jones was in from the u , , 0 „ . . . . # . ... .northeast of here Saturday at- farm northeast of here mingling1 t^nfiinn t v u . „ , , tending to business matters also loading up with some good eats. A W. Gigger was in af(ernoon j Mrs w p livi„K in trading and look.ng afrer , the excream north pan of the neas ma ers....

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 3 April 1924

tIMT. LIPSCOK® I,IMP fc,IGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. APKIL 3. 1924 e v- That Coat and Vest hanging in your closet will still be useful with a pair of trousers to niatch% We carry a line of Sweet-Orr UNION 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 neccessary to your physical and mantal" well-being. Thus you see the necessity for eating only the* best food, that which cootairs the.,maximum nourish- ment* That's the Wnd or groceries and foodstuffs we sell at very close prices. < t *. V* Follett, Texas. GEOGRAPHY FOR BLIND Children in the blind class of thf Atlanta public schools are taught geoj; rapby by the Braille system, the In- structor himself, J. U. Cbllds, being blind. The globe by which the chilrt Is being taught has a raised surface. m Anything in Shelf or Heavy Hardware ' There are two kinds of hardware....

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

1 « I I "1 LI u W|* AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APIRL, 10 ISSM. Vol. 12, No. 22 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County• UPSCOMB IN BRIEF Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. HERE AND THERE About People You Know. Pithy Points- - Paragraph- ed to Please You. LIPSCOMB, TEX.. April 7- Mr. and Mrs. John VlcLure are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Black of Lipscomb for a few days before they leave for an automo- bile top. While on this tour they intend to hunt a location. f ' ~ In the school election which was held Saturday the following trustees were elected: J. W. Douglas sr., W. K. Barton, Jim Keffer, B. L. Millhollon, Everett Shahan, Pearl Boyd and Claude Boon?. The Lipscomb High School will present their play "An Old Fashioned Mother" at the Follett High School Auditorium Friday sight April llth. Mr. and Mrs. George Poteet have moved into the Parser house they stale their...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

TWO UPSQOMl; LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY APRIL 1«. 1924 LIPSCOMB UHE LIGHT; AND FOLLETT TIMES mm k, m ■ > • I 'm m ■\ v: , §r; * * . ^ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone...——— 1-60 Fourth Zone L75 Fifth Zone..* - 1-85 Sixth and other Zones.----- 2*00 Single Copies 5c of C( unty Judge, subject to the wiil ol* kthe voters at the Novem- t)er election. '' M. L. BLANKINSHIP. VFOR CONTY AND DISTRICT CLERK r C A. MAOQI. draft, check or money Subject .to-., the wishes of the people at the/election in Nov- ember, \ hereby. announce my —— my candidacy for re.-election to ' t Be office, of County and ubiication trict Cleric. * V P. O. BOYD. Dis- ^nblialMd eo Thursday Honing W««k of Baca I Hereby announce my candi- dacy for the office of County and District Clerk,, subject to the Entered as second class matter will of the Voters at. t,be Novem- lt the Post office at Follett, Tex- ber election. ms on July 3lst 1918 under the.| PERCY J. GHEEN. Act of Congress of...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, \PRjL, 1*. 1%'4, THJU 2 delightful lunch of sandwiches, jcept the errands, coco, coffee ajid angel food cake with caramel whipped cream. Next meeting will be at' the W. A. C. TheW. A. C. met at the home of Mrs. A.W. Kincade April 2nd. All members were present but & , C one, roll call was answered with home of Mrs. Crawley excerpts from our late Presidents.1 Roll cal' will be answered, * (Clubbing a Husband) a play with verses from Bvran- . which we decided to put on in the near future was discussed Local" Overflow and parts assigned. _ ' , After our regular business 0 e s peop e were usy Mesdames Coleman and Grace dodging mud pudles Friday. sanR 'Hown the Trail to Home Joe Hanna was among those Sweet Home ; Mrs. Wmmngham . . , , t accompanied them on the piano. \n from the -nortbeast Mrs. Allinger read a piece of Saturday. poetry, dedicated to the W. A. C. The Misses Ada Walker .;jmd ol which she iSfhe Author, tbree Mary Broyles w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

mzm PSaON® Hi t Vol. 1 DARROtJZETT TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 10. 1924. No. 27 1 t '♦H4HMHMII1II 11 111 M* Local Notes Skort and Snappy W.L.Allen, made a business trip to Perryton Monday. H. Tailor, of Sophia, Okla., was in town trading Tuesday. of Clearlake, town trading Fred Bayliff, Okla., was' in Saturday. , * J. C. Francis, of Perryton, wan acting as manager of the Shear Pi-oduce this week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Phebus, wore shopping Saturday also attending the Oiddings sale. Warden Miller and daughter, Miss Myrtle, of Gay lord, were visitors in Darrouzett Saturday. Willis Bird, another <fi Sunset, i Oklahoma's, good natured farm ers was in town trading Satur- day. The Misses Mammie Allen, Bertha Badder and Lavina Patterson visited the school Fri- now pass'over with out difficult. I believe the people of Dar- rouzett, judging from comments made, would gladly give Mr. C. A. Skaggs a vote of thanks for the nice way he wrote i. of the Darrouzett people-x I am sure they will all join ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

r . / ,*5: ' i-i '.4 fj LIPSCOMB UME LIGHT ANL) KULLfclTT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, l 24. MY* "I m ... *t- __} The Article KMimmzszr1 is one iti which the mer- chant himself has implicit faith—else he Will not ad- vertise it. You are safe in patronizing the mer- chants whose ads appear in this paper because their goods are up to date and not shop worn. : : 2 iBr v. ^ 'Mrffi ' ir ' ii:. \ Lntie 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 will he" given a square deal for they gladly solicit your patronage— Those in Follett Texas, aie— Porter Mercantile Co. Panhandle Lumber Company. Folleit National Bank. Farme/s National Bank. - Montgomery Hardware Com- pany. Farmers' Grain & Supply Co.* White House Lumber Com- pany. S. F. Cross, Mercantile Store. K. F. Miller Mercantile Store. Grace Gash...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

W • V, •V;S%V mT jfe if wm 8US * MU 11 r-::. ft:. W' SIX ! l.P^COMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, ThURSDAY. APRIL lo, 1924' ———I I ii ' 1 . ' To Members of Texas Wheat Growers Association. As a Director representing the district comprising the counties of Lipscomb, H e m p n i 11 and and Ochiltree, I wish to bring to your attention a few matters af- fecting the welfare of this organiz- ation. In the first place, we farmers should understand that the suc- cess of the Assocation depends in a large measure upon the sup- port we give it. The ultimate object to be gain- ed is an orderly and systematic program of making our wheat, eraate a more stable market and avoid t b e. market fluctuations created by the undiscriminate "dumping" at harvest time. We ahould bear in mind that it takes time to build any industry, that this is a big business, and that it require business efficiency to earry it through to success. It Is with gratification that we are abletosay that the "W heat Growers Asso...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

LIPSCOMB LI MK LIGHT-AND FOLLETT TIM MS, '^')AV AtfRlL 19^4 SEVEN V "Si Town and Country Notes i Snappy, Choice and Up to Now i! i t i J Little Clyde William Fox was northeast of here Saturday after- sick list the first of the noon mixing around among good folks of this place Warren Newell, of Shattuck, Okla., was in Follelt for a short time on business besides . mingU ling with many old 'friends for ^on the week. } M. C. Morris was a Tuesday visitor from north of here for a short time. \ * After Every Meal It's the longest-lasting contectlon you can buy -and It's a help to di- gestion and a cleanser for the mouth and teetfii. Wrigley's means benefit as well as pleasure. S i. < /loss 1 \,t sn!i nt. ol IS Illlo 11 .V (Ji-i-xh " r M. II URO YLKS 1 //'< t/'fXiileht i! Walker was in from a short time Mondav. Sealed in its Purity Package north of here Saturday looking1 after business matters. 14 ^ .inir'VMy s >«ll JUirvrAs';,!M MprnxiJlRl"it1 Ft „. "•">* H..C. Wilson, book ke...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 10 April 1924

1QHT LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 10. 1924 k t m o you Then wear utf9 SWEET-ORR UIMOR MAQC TUC-O-WAR Work Suits and know what real working comfort is. They don't bind—they pomr tively won't rip—and they re mighty good looking, too. f New Spring Merchandies Id no former years has our stock been so com* plete with new spring and summer apparel as it ^ is this spring of 1924. You will benefit by an early selection from these new things, saving money on each purchase. - Easter Candies Easter candies galore in hearts, rabbits, clocks, crosses and many other designs in wholsome sweets for the kiddies and oider ones as well. Come in and look them over Porter Mer. Co Follett, Texas. WE ARE NOT ENVIOUS Mile. Clara Tambour, famous French actress, who at a recent "Beautiful Leg" contest won the first prise, for possessing the most beautiful legs In France. J) Anything in Shelf or Heavy Hardware .. There are two kinds of hardware. One it "made- to sell'1 while the othe...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

1 AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, T EX AS, nilJRSDAY, APIRL, 17 1924.. Vol. 12, No. 23 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest <>f Follett and Lioscomb County- UPSCOMB IN BRIEF •- * A * \ Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. HERE AND THERE About People You Know. Pithy Pointsr -Paragraph- ed to Please You, I LIPSCOMB, TEX.. April 14- Mrs J. B. Turner has been very sick the past week but at this writing she is improving. Dulcie and Opal Turner arrived home Thursday afternoon but returned to Canyon Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dan Turner has been assisting at the central office doring the absences of Miss Georgia Hurhley who has been visiting at the John Glisan home. An exciting game of base ball wasiplayed between the High School team on the school di- amond Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Branson, of Winfield, Kansas, are,visit- ing with relatives near Lips- comb. The Lipscomb High School pupils enjoyed a Weenie Roas...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

TW° LlPSCOMl; LIME LlGH'l' KOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY APRIL 17 1924 LIPSCOMB LIHE LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. first and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone--------------- 160 Fourth Zone. 1 ^& Fifth Zone 1-85 Sixth and other Zones. 2.00 8ing1e Copies • — 5c . C A. SKA008, Pnhlishtc. In oitfflr to rnrtotx publication •f funic* adverti*eia«nta It will be necea- «ry to s«nd eitber draft, check or money •rder with eopy. #abliih«d on Thur d*y Morning Weak ol Bacn of County Judge, subject to the will of the voters aCthe Novem- ber election. M. L. BLANKINSHIP. FOR CONTY AND DISTRICT CLERK Subject to the wishes of the people at the election in Nov- ember, I hereby announce my my candidacy for re-election to the office of County and Dis- trict Clerk. P. 0. BOYD. r? 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. GHEEN. Entered as second class matter At the Post office at Follett, T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

LIPSCOMB Li ME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, Al'UjL, 17 I'M. 1 I———II i. mi, THRES Local Overflow Little Patrica Long is suffering with a bad cold this week. A. C. Teter was a Couabvk^eat business visitor Monday. Alex Laubhan.made a business I rio to-Shat.tuck, Okla., Monday Lt' ernoon. Mrs. D. 0. Williams has been i the sick list this at this writ- ing she's much better for which e are thankful. Rev. and Mrs. Davis and Httle H uiahler, Laverne, of Catesby, Okla., were Follett visitors Sun- days Rev. Davis gave a very v jovable talk. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frrzier . ; ? d family returned home Mon- day afternoon fiom Wayn^ka, C-kla., after a three days visit I ?r Farmer and family. Free Picture Show Ladies and gentlemen we arc ; at liberty to announce that the | long looked for has at last been ; billed—A FREE PICTURE SHOW at the Follett Theatre Saturday afternoon, at two o'Clock on April 26th, also at night and yet again on Sunday afternoon, April ?7th. Don't fail to be her*. The F...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

Darrouzett Vol. l DARROUZETT TEXAS. THURSDAY, APRIL i7. 1924. No. 28 m f IHIMIIHHKI ' imiMlj Local Notes Short and Snappy also bought his residence prop- erty. Miss Rachell Measner was given a. surprise party this week. All enjoyed themselves to the utmost and Miss Rachell "receiv- ed many pretty gifts from her iriends. Wm. Erts shipped a car of hogs and cattle Saturday. Grant Hathaway returned from Wichita, Kansas Sunday. Albert Laubhan was a business visitor from Perry ton, Monday. Harry Giddings made a busi- ness trip to Gate, Okla., *Thurs" day. I. N. Roper and Henry firady made a business trip to Lipscomb Monday. Mr. and Mrs. B.*own, of near Sunset, Okla., were shopping Saturday. Mr! and Mrs. Will Brown, of near Suns t were in town trading Saturday. M. L. Becks are now stfaigh tened around once more ana M looking fine. Mrs. Leon Chappie visited her sister, Mrs. Wm. Piersall near Follett, Wednesday. Miss Addie Mac Allen and Car- son Altmiller motored to Perry- ton, Texas Wednesd...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND KOI.LETT TIMES, Till USfMV. APKIL 17, 1924, FIVE i 7 The Advertised Article is one in which the nacr^ chant himself haa implicit faith—else he Will not ad- vertise it. You are safe in patronizing the mer- chants whose ads appear in this paper because their goods are up to date and not shop worn. : : : i if ■$; %' - - % m ■ pany. Lime Lights A-l Advertisers. The hustling business people are those that continually bring befft# 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 will be given a square deal for they gladly solicit your patronage— 'Those in Follett Texas, aiex- porter* Mercantile Co.., Panhandle Lumber Company. Follett National Bank. Farmers National Bank. Montgomery Hardware Com- pany. Farmers Grain & Supply Co. White House Lumber Com- iSKSfi S. F. Cross, Mercantile Store. K. F. Miller Mercantile Store. Grace Cash Store, Merchandise. Frank Frazier Ha...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

SIX I.IIMCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, fHUKSDAY, APRIL 17. 1924 Got Something You * : Want to Sell? Moat peqple bm a piece of farnitaro,a torn Imple- ment, or something else which they hftve discard- ed and wMch they do Ion- Theee thtagi are pot in the ottfe, or 1oced ft way bs tha bam, or left lying about, catting at leaa and toaa value each year. WHY NOT SELL THEM? wanta those things which have aa of no uae to you. Why not try to find that aomebody by putting a advertisement in THIS NEWSPAPER? < sees# aaaaea aaaeaee <> Prospective Bridegroom Afraid to Take a Chance What with his little brown waxed mustache and all. Wllber Budd was a very hard catch, but at last Helen felt that she had hlrn aafely landed. Lraniny back against bis broad shoulder, on a parlor «ofa, she un- hooked 11 sljtrli «>f relief. "But. Helen, are you sure. If I mar ry you. H at your father will give us a house of our own?" he said hesi- tatingly. "Positive," she assured hlui. "And do you think ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

I " m i '#3 ^BL LIPSCOMB LIMK I.1GHT AND KOLLKT'lHMKS, r;i! USLMV, APftiJ. i7, 1924 Jl ■ i-j. - 1 .1U.1. .1 LLP-J S£Vf* .UUiLULUJ f Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now T. R. Laubhan was a Follett | Katie, out home trader in from west of here Mon- day with them, day morning. was in Monday of here trading The Hicks Bros. north of the Busy Town trading and visiting their brother N. C. before leaving for Shattuck, Okla., started for. raised live stock, produced maple syrup and sugar and played a j large part in the malting of hu-i man history." If every man, woman and child in the country would put up1 $280 the nation wotlld be com- pletely free of all existing finan- cial obligations. There are a lot of men who, would like to sit down and write a. check for $28o. and square accounts wit** the • government—but it can't be done' were in from j that r \j to spend Sun- Per capita is not discharge the per Wm. Terrell from northeast 'for short time. % where they . Slim Gains ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 17 April 1924

EIGHT LIPSCOV!!• I.IME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY', APRIL )7. 1H24 jniifs o you 9 l B£t} wear SWEET-ORR V-*= ' UNION MADE TUC-O-WAR Wprk Suits and know what real working comfort is. 'They don't bind—they pose tive.ly won't.rip—and they rs mighty food looking, too. New Spring Merchandies r'.- ~tii no former years has oar stock been so com- plete with new spring and summer apparel as it is this,spring of 1924. You will benefit by an early selection from these new things, saving money on each purchase. • Easter Candies Easter candies galore in hearts, rabbits, clocks, crosses and many other designs in wholsome sweets for the kiddtarand oiderones as well. Come in and look them over Foliett, Texas. fm mt Do Your Need a Canvas—Order Now If you need Canvases for either Binder or Header come here and Lave them ordeied. Do your repair- ing now. ' FRANK FRAZIER FOILETT, TEXAS V ) Co. I Foliett Wins Third Place at Canyon j Canyon, April 12—F o 1 le 11 | made itself conspicuous at the an...

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