Lipscomb Lime Light and the Follett Times (Follett, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1934 Page: 2 of 4
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Ethel J. Skaggs, Editor
'lrfgd C. General Manager.
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FOR COUNTY JUDGE
I -hereby announce my candi-
dacy for re-election to the office
of County Judge, subject to the
will of the voters at the Novem-
FOR COUNTY TREASURER
I hereby announce my candi
dacy for re-election to the office
of County Treasurer, subject to
the will of the voters at the elec-
tion in November next.
FOR COUNTY CLERK
I hereby "announce myself as
candidate for re-election to the
Office of County and District
Clerk, subject to the will of the
voters at the November Election.
Will Appreciate your support.
P. O. BOYD
*OR SHERIFF, TAX COLLECTOR
11 AND ASSESSOR 1
Subject to the wishes of the
voters at the election In
November next, I hereby an
nouhbe my candidacy for the of
lice Of Sheriff, Ta* Collector and
Assessor, of Lipscomb County.
J. W: DOUGLAS, Jr
I hereby announce myself as
candidate for the office of Sheriff,
Assessor and Tax Collector. Sub
ject to the will of the voters 4t
the November Election. WILL AP
PRECIATE YOUR 8UPFORT.
' J. E. SHAHAN.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for the office
Sheriff, Assessor and Tax Collec
tbr. subject to the will of the
voters in the November election
Your support will be appreciated*
L M. ROPER.
<" Subject to the wishes
Voters at the election
bee next, I hereby announce my
candidacy for the office of
Sheriff, Assessor and Tax Collec-
tor of Lipaconb County.
G. C. HUGHES
FOR DISTRICT ATI©:
The Pollett Times is autl
to announce LEWIS M. GOOD
RICH. Is Candidate for EHjfcrict
Attorney, of 31st Judical District
Subject to the Action of Qeino-
crntlc Primary, July 28, 1*934
Your Vote jwid Support Will Be
124th Legislative District:
Expressing his appreciation of
the confidence and support of
the voters in electing him repre-
sentative two years ago, ?B. 4<.
ROGERS, hereby announces him-
self as a candidate tor re-election
*10 this 'offi«e, sdbjeet to the July
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i;2 - 1 7.1
Friday—unkel Hen was in town
to day and he tryed to sell a!
Arish setter to Bllsterse.; father
Witch he cud use to hunt quales
With riex fall and he told Blls-
terses father that the dog new
as mutch as he did his self and
Bitsterses father diddent seam in-
trested enny more and Unkel Hen
•ot about >/2 sore.
Munday—Pa and his boss had a
fe\v wlrds today and the boss
told pa that the oney difference
between him and Rip van Winkle
was that Rip woke up 1 time.
Teusday—well I gess ma is a
going to get th?,t new summer
suit she has ben pineing for so
long, she told pa today she did-
dent beleave he cored for her no
mpre and he sed What makes you
keep saying that and she replyed
and sed. well I dont see how you
cud keep on caret1.!1? for me in
this old last yrs. suit.
Wensday—They is a new gJr!
moveing In acrosc the crick and
she has had a very lntresting life
so fah she told I art Jake she had
meazles then skarlit fever and
the mumps and then got hit in
the eye with a peace or Tar.
Thirsday—Its wanderful the
way pa keps his job at the noose
paper wear he'wirks at. Yesterday
hd put in a add for a man and a
notice about a new Baby witch
got born at the ' Hosjjittle and
the peace red like This. Born to
Mr. and mrs. Joe Perry a baby
boy. for sale cheap a 1st class
jHas Joined the Government in
the Use of Letters
Austin, Texas July 2nd,—The
Texas State Department of Hea-
lth has joinetf '«J^rAn4|t
and other organisation m title use
of letters to .designate phases oi
their wo|k, according to Dr. John
W. Brown, State Health Officer.
The letters used at this time are
FFF and they stand for fingers,
flies, and food—the three" most
common' m&hods' of transmitting
The three Fs are generally res-
ponsible' for the spread of %j>hbtd
fever diarrhea, dysentery, and En-
teritis. Drinking water is con-
sidered a food and, as it Is used
by all ages, |feat care should be
exercised to assure one that their
supply is pure. If uncertain the
water should be boiled before used
for drinking purposes. Surface
water* and shallow wells are al-
ways to be suspected unless proven
otherwise. Your city or county
health officer will be glad to ad-
vise you on the proper method to
use In chlorinating your water
It is during hot weather when
the most complaints are received
on account of diarrhea and dy
sentary, and parents should do
their utmost to prevent it. The
chief causes include impure milk
water, contaminated foods o r
wrong diet. If diarrhea develops
the feeding should be stopped or
greatly diminished and a physi-
cian called. Carthartics should not
be given unless the doctor pres-
The three Fs are the three
sources to the baby. Flies carry
disease germs to the baby and
its food. Fingers and hands that
are not thoroughly washed1 be-
fore preparing the babies food
are likely to be germ ' carriers
also. All milk and water intended
for the baby should be boiled 'for
five mlhutee and then carefully
covered and kept In a cool place
—Ashes of Dreams—
In memory of Robert Bingham
—By J. B. Caldwell.
I'm sitting to-night by the fire
Dreaming of you and our dear
long ago, ,
How can life fade, and die just
like the fire,
Burning hope, and faith and
dreams, kuling hearts" desire,
Just wait for Me, Where dreams
I'll watch the ashes and dream
Subject to the
My heart Is so broken, and to
me it seems,
That life is just, ashes,
ashes of dreams,
A8*1 es of cireams, that
Burnt out hopes and memor-
ies'of you: '
I wait by the fireside for the
burnt out ashes, Can't
1'lf watcfi the glow die, all's gone
As I sjt by our embers, my ashes
• w 'TijJT
I'm waiting again, for the day
•ts to dream, j'.
' Bringing me hope that's long
tee of the* *i*ioe gone,
in Novem-fftoOr bright face guides me the
' rest of the way,
Giving hope; and help and
■ strength, through out life's day:
So 'wait -for mfc.'WWl my dreams
I'll watch the ashes. thei^ Come
Arrived Home Friday
1? rrvoi i*. s
Miss VflJma Grace arrived homeJ $#iaf#elf
after enjoying herself with
near Jfeiryton and also
to the J. T. Tidwell
Thursday luly 5th,
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Fri. and Sat. Nights, July
ADMISSION 5c nnd 15c
FREE SHOW SAT. AFTERNOON
ASK BUSINESS FIRMS FOR FREE TICKETS
> . $9,20p
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£ivij 5ervi)ce E^amin's
The •' United States Civil Service
Commission has announced Open
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Junior agricultural statlstican,
$2,000 to $2,600 a year, Bureau of
Agrlfcultulrtal EctWShitefi/' rDeparf-
m^nt' Of Agriculture. Specified ed-
ucation and experience required
Closing 'dtote, Jttly"24.
Associate veterinarian (dise
affecting wild aniRlal' life)
a year. Bureau of Blolbgifcal
vey, Department of Agriculture.
Specified' education and - exper-
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28. ' • ■
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'h" 'W.fl 0. Hlhnrii. Pastor
Sunday School at 1^:00 a. m.
Morning Wwahip at 11:00 a. m.
The Standard 3earers Mission-
ary Girls met /JtyesjUwr afternoon
With Miss Carolea Morris.
Ladles. , Foreign ^lonary will
meet Friday afternoon with
Farmers Grain & Supply Co.
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, COAL AND SALT.
EVER OREEN DWARF BROOM CORN SEED FOR SALE
We are trying to be of Service to this Community. |Let
us try to Please Toil.
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Quality Paints at Low Cost
Get BIG VALUE Brands of Paints, etc.—It gives you most for "*
Big Value House Paint, per Gallon f 1.95
Big Value Enamel, per Pint . 45c
Big Value Interior Gloss, per Gallon 92.45
Big Value Floor & Trim Varnish per Gallon $1.95
If we have not got 011 hand just the color you want, we'll
cheerfully order It for you. Call at
Frank Frazier Hardware
All Kinds of Farm Produce
poultry, Eggs and Cream
See Ub First
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Skaggs, Ethel J. Lipscomb Lime Light and the Follett Times (Follett, Tex.), Vol. 22, No. 34, Ed. 1 Thursday, July 5, 1934, newspaper, July 5, 1934; Follett, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth390671/m1/2/: accessed September 15, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Higgins Public Library.