Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times (Follett, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1925 Page: 1 of 6
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Vol. 13, No. 19
AND FOLLETT TIMES
FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MAR. 19 L925.
Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest oi Foliett and Lioscomh County
Rededicating a Temple in Tibet
(rjf Our Regular
You * Know.
bo Friday night.
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was a success we
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will get to wrestle for the "The j
Kay Wingert another of the j
home boys living j^ist east of
Foliett,weight 170-pounds and is •
another of the many clean young j
sports near Foliett, altho has notj
had the training that Doc has
had in the wrestling game— j
however has a good pair of lungs,
and a body full.of musels and
knows how to Use them, because
if you doubt' this word, we say,
tackle the old boy youself.
Just to wind this thing up we
wish to ioform those that were
not there that Doc Jones by his
skid in the wrestling game, won
the 1st fall in thirty minutes
reverse body sissors 2nd fall
in eight minutes body sissors and
face lock- «
Brief Paragraphs Tligl
and to the,
so uousal that
the next farm, dec
t dedication ut the restored Tibetan '(euiido yf J^rniih
the gquare tower which dominates the stoupa are
of Tibetan monuments, 'f The .first level' fa ocenpled by
recognized by their high caps. Their attendants are behind
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are as follows: | Increasing Farm Wealth
F« going masked into or near
' in public
iThe law icar-
mask in public is
Masked near or in a church,
except at church entertainments,
two to ten years.
For assult while mssked^ not
less than five years in the peni-
A Card Frbift Roy
Yesterday upon going to the.
Mt offiee we received a card
dated, March. 16th on which W*
read the following:
"To Whom It May Concern:
Please send the Foliett Times
to the following address in care
of Y. M. C. Wichita, Kansa?,
Very truly yours,
Here she comes faithful one
as full of pep as ever with good
wishes for your success in the
Lime Light has been informed
that Russell Wilder is most;
assuringly stepping out in the,
business arena having the past
wtek purchased from G. C.'
Teters the Farmers Produce Co.
and took charge March 16th.
Lime Light wishes much succeed
to the new manager. Mr. Teter
so we understand will run the
Meat Market as of old.
Mother Dangerously ill
Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Hill and
little daughter left overland Sun-
day morning for Colorado upon
receipt of a message received by
the Doctor that his mother was
seriouly ill. Lime Light along
with many other friends hopes
that they find the dear old lady
Methodist Church .Revival
March 19th—Beit Barnes and
Art Knorpp Public Sale.
Mar. 24—Zeke Kilgore sale at
Mar. 25-C. W. Tuttle sale in
'Mar. 25—Trades Day.
Mar., 27—''Covered Wagon,"
, In;. Southwest
Of the 110,826,769,000 of new
th produced in the
Uolt^$£fta last year, 43 per
cent, '? or $4,392,741,00, came
from the twelve states of the
Southwest served by,the Santa
Fe— the six states namel/
Okahoma, Texas, Louisiana,
for me and
New Mexico, Arizona and Cali-
fornia. While in some localities
the situation with respect to the
approaching season is not atttiiat
could > bt desired, conditions
generally support previous fore-
casts of this department that
1925 will be at least as gopd a
year for the territory as a whole
as was 1924. ' ■[■> /
Spring farm work is well along,
and when , the general rains
come, growing .crops will make
rapiij progress It is now esti-
mated, that the increased cotton
acreage in Texas will be about
20 pet cent. It was due largely
to cotton that Texas was the
banper agricultural state last,
year, with crops worth $920,081,-
000. Immigration continued
heavy on the South Plains whe.-e
large ranches are being sub-
divided , and land is rapidly
changing hands, There also is
considerable building in this part
of Of the state.
It started right after the pic-
ture show in the Crites Hall the
match being between a couple of
home boys, on« that were true
blpe and went after the real dope.
This was one of the nest matches
put on during the the season.
Doc Jones of Foliett weight 160
pounds and for the past year or
two has been training someout in
Calif., as jrgll as challenging most
any wrestle^within his weight.
Doc. is coming to the front in the
wrestling game, and will no doubt
some d#£* keeping up ^t his rate,
at Foltett Theatre. '
Mar. 27-28 T Cmi.vV Track
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Meet at Lipscomb, Texas.
Mar. 29—Sunday School C^n..
April 5_.Palm Sunday..
"■% April 9—First Day of Passover.
April 10—Good Friday.
April 12--Raster Sunday.
April 24- - ' 'Abraham Lincoln"
at Lipscomb Theatre.
April 25— 'Ahah. m Lincoln",
at Foliett Theatre.
Burned Out 1 i
Mrs. Ella Tiffny and children
living fiqe miles northwest of
here Had the misfortune of hav-
ing the place in whifch they
were Jiving completely destroy-
ed by fire. The fire was
started last Thursday morning
about 5 o'Clock and was noted
by a neighbor who lived a short
distance who hurried to the
fire to help, however, very little
was saved. The family getting
out in t he oick of time. A purse
was made up in Foliett and each
giving what little they could can
be aesured of the appreciation of
Mrs. Tiffny. "Do unto others
as you would have them do un-
Mr. and Mrs. Lvereft Worrell,
were in from the farm near
Catesby. Okla., Monday noon
visiting with Mr. and Mrs. D. O.
Williams and also the H. A.
Mrs.4i. N. Coleman and little
daughter, Betty .Jean, returned
home Tuesday on the train from
Perryton, after a few days visit
with friends and relatives there,
going at the
quic ly tfcat it
for him to ku0w
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Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times (Follett, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 19, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 19, 1925, newspaper, March 19, 1925; Follett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth390411/m1/1/: accessed May 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Higgins Public Library.