Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times (Follett, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1926 Page: 3 of 6
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LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETP TIMES, THUHSt)A\ Auu, .. 12 1926
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flpENING DAY Al Gl ST 21ST
At the Mason and Wilson Furniture Store First Door South of the Drug Store
i Having Bought the wood Furniture Company and Adding More than
!Tpw Carloads «f Mew furniture. We Invite You. Come in and Inspect
Our Complete Line.
i There Will be Orchestra Music, for Your Entertain-
ment and at 5 o'clock We Will Give Away Absolutely
FREEa Rocker tl e W hole Family V\ ill Fnjoy and Ap-
Our aim is to Sell Only such Merchandise as We Can Un-
hesitatingly Guarantee and Give Our Customers the Service
at Satisfies and Keep Satisfied. Our Values are the Biggest
We wilh Carry a Complete Line pf Undertaking, Lisenced Embalmer in Charge;
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Still ornhe Move
lafr-" Meeting 2nd Sat-
of each Month. •
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Visiting Bros, Always wel-,
SL v 9
rVith the -Lodges/
Ip the past six month the Busy
Town has more then put on style
''4— we have gained, about six or
^even new tile business places
and more are being planned that
we have failed to tret full parti-
culars on but when we do you
may rest assured that we will
tell the world about it. If Follett
keeps on booming we will have
street cars here before we know
—tn the "twinkling of an eye/'
Now wouldn't that be glorious to
know you could go and come the
same day without any trouble.
Yob itno# the impossible has of-
^tt I. Ob O; V, Lodge meets
Thurs lav night.
tt Rehekah Lodge. meets
first and third Tuesday
pf each month. Lodge
'promptly at 7:80.
ors are welcome in both-
jjhbers are urged most ear.
to bi present on* ever
1 f. MARKLEV M.D.
hysiciac and Surgeon
fii - urn
Come I n--
_k over the nifty line of
Neck leasts that- have just
i, also a nice line of Ring?^
ies and beautiful Pins
There's do need for being poor is
this day and time, unless yon Just hap-
pen to be a poor flshi
The trouble about the turning of the
long lane la that tt may tilt the wagon
over and spill all the affptes.
leu may revel In the "chimes of
mUhd#tf but you've got to rise with
the whistles that blow for day.
yeu get between the devil and
the deep, be sure you know how to
*ht. ire and have learned hew to
All men that are ruined are ruined
on the side of their natural propensi-
We can never be certain of our
courage until we have faced danger.—
A compliment la usually accompa
oled with a bow. as If to beg pardon
for paying it.—Hare.
The com lug years bring many ad-
vantages with them; retiring, tbey
take away many.—Horace,
HOW nice it would be to walk
across Jhe street on a rainy day
knowing that one could cross
without slipping down or getting
your number "tens" loaded down
to where you could hsydly take
a step. . The Busy^^GPWn should
be biess£3 with.aboutfthree cros-
sings at ' least so a fellow could
wafcacross the street with very
iitc ease. The. business section
■vould be more then glad to help
out we are sure Let's do it be-
for somebody breaks their
"crown". It would be something
worth while as well as lasting.
What do you think about it?
Millions in Pearls
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>.m « i iwy §
."Wt t," asks an inquirer ef the
Information editor, "la the national
sport of Wales!" It ought to be
spelling bees, tt It isn't
Truth la tough; it will not break.—
Love all, trust a few, do wrong to
Smooth runs the water where the
brook la deep.—Shakespeare.
The greatest homage we can pay to
truth' la to use it—Emerson.
To be true ted la a greater compli-
ment than to be- loved.—MacDonald
A man la never so on trial aa In tlie
moment of good fortune.—Lew Wal-
. in.conversation, humor Is more than
wit, easiness more than knowledge,—
Greater Id he who conquers himself
than: he who conquers a thousand,—
Little minds are hurt by little
things; great minds rise above them.
Wise men talk because they have
something to say; fouls, because they
wish to say something.—Whately.
This fpgoda, a part of the Japanese
exhibit at the Sesqal-Centeanial Inter-
national Sxposltloa In Philadelphia,
eelekrating the 150th anniversary ol
the signteg of the Declaratitja of Inde
pendehoe, ts made- entirely of pearl*
and its value exbeeds $1,00^000 The
exposition continues until December
OLD BILL SAYS—
There's no excuse for errors made
In purl carelessness.
You will bare to pay for safety when
you try to get along without it
Every good mechanic la presumed
to know the Importance Of ~a<Swfecy
Think, and your work will be a thou-
sand times easier, no matter what
kind of Job you have. -
A mechanic will seldom improve his
craftsmanship when he has only him-
self flbr a model tp copy.
Tools are extra hands and lingers,
even though we call them lathes,
planers, squares or calipers.
A lot of 'tis make the mistake of
tilling the boaa how valuable'we are
without actukTly showing*hUn
Aladdin's lamp can't bold a candle
to your own brains. If you rub them
on re In a while.—Popular Science
Bailed Alfalfa at
.55 cents per
C. E Laubhan, FoI'eU Tazaa
Kodak Work and
of any Kind we wi
guarantee to give you*
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Skaggs, Ethel. Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times (Follett, Tex.), Vol. 14, No. 39, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 12, 1926, newspaper, August 12, 1926; Follett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth390187/m1/3/: accessed April 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Higgins Public Library.