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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 June 1925

. 1 f 3HATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE., 1925 Breezes fUNE 1, 19 >5- ~from Follett had a Tharday th, by the car turning breaking the lop, the Mr. Lang ter all by any scans No her so well. ~ - -.-L~ > . _>*'-.?> ' . . ak3 belonged ->«V - y"<?^ hear i jolly looking A poet saff muse is love lp search of a word. The University of Kansas then wonders if Jaz-i Is not love which has found some profane expressions. Jazz ..is the care-free, loveless early ♦Heens" of life. It is music before it has become emotional, says the St. [|^| Globe-Democrat. No wails in it. It is laughter set to a* saxophone. 'H«fetofore music has had little to do -Wltit the humorous. It is the tragic muse. The long drawn-out face; the long drawn-out notes. Perhaps, when jazz came In the world had moaned gnytgh; but as the sense of humor hna fait one very narrow vent—laugh- ttf . oo . Jazz can become as monot- onous as continued cachlnatlon be- comes. Kept up !«ng enough It de- inwyta into a giggle...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 June 1925

I6UR LiWfcOMfc i.lMi; LHiM'f AN it t'oLLKT'l liMas, I'HUkSdaV, jurfE 4 IsWS tfiaaaaiaa'm&masm - -4S- -Sis;'.. * sfe-S'-i. qp!.; T®|. e *, .;■- fM: : * £, - -; ,;- " Better Wheat Special on the Santa Fe TO THE FARMERS: v, Yogacd your families are cordially invited to attend a meeting in ? i ■ ►afc * 4| Saturday, June 13th, at 9:00 A. M. i for a discussion of a program for Safety First in the Texas ! Wheat Belt, worked out by the A. & M. College, the goutiiwestern Wheat improvement Association and the ^Agricultural Development Department of the Santa Fe | Railway. List of Speakers : Ffqm the Texas A. and M. College: A. H. Leidigh, As- sistant Director of the Experiment Station; J. R. Edmonds. • District Agent. Fn>m the Southwestern Wheat Improvemet Associa- tion :H. M. Bainer, Director. From the Santa Ce Railway: T. B. Gallaher. General Freight and Passenger Agent; F. L. Myers, Assistant Gener. al Manager: J. F. Jarrell, Manager of Agricultural Develop. J.D. Tinsley, Genera...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 June 1925

•m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AN J) J'OLLlitt TlMlfiS, TMUKsUAy, JUNE 4, 1925 five -j&m - -- hjfmmm I Notes =3= and Up to Now k made a trip to | Bank, at Darrouzett for the past few wee&s arrived in the Busy Town Sunday. ade a business inty Seat, Friday ... . ...' Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Bateman were in Saturday afternoon from tiadin ' northeast of here being the guest nMl.:9l their daughter and family, Mr. ft id Mrs. Doc Jones. ar those' ^ was seen on the ?est of the! ^ Town streets from the farm i northwest of here Tuesday J morning mixing with Follett's was overt "live wire"' merchants. &4i4gl8&t£ Lafayette Haines, who has «n around Black well, Okla., |or the past few months, arrived was seen on the Wthe. Busy Town Saturday for ' * morning a visit with home folks. h«da Rev. «d Mrs. 0. P. Blac kwell and children, returned Friday jr Has been evening from Alva, Okla., after and family, spending several days at the held at that place. i_ c- E- Perry was seen on the TW B™** TOWa S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 4 June 1925

SIX Sg: LIPSCOMB LIMjE LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE, 4 iyz5 PH mr- .SAVING MONEY. The old saying "Money Saved is Money Earned" is even more true to- day than when it was first uttered. And the young man or woman who would like to get ahead in the world, who wants to be financiallyiindepend- ent at somet«me in life, can find no more certain way to accomplish it . than to start a Savings Account with this Bank—and start it NOW. TIE FOLLETT NATIONAL BANK # Follettt, Texas -RESOURCES \ Jjfc E. STUART, President • W. KINCADE, Cashier $400,000.00 0. A. CRUMP, Vice Pres. GUY WINNIGHAM, Ass't. Cashier Coming Events June 3-5_6-Ember Days. June 4—Dave Helfenbein, sale near Follett. June 5—M. E. Sunday Picnic near Follett. June 5—Oscar Miller, sale near June 7—Trinity Sunday. Booker. June 9__T. R Laubhan, sale near Follett. June 13—Wheat {Grower's fleeting at Follett. June 11—Corpus Cbristi. mi ss Going Some % Fort Worth, Texas, May 25: — Near30,000 are expected to enroll in the sum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 June 1925

Sr1 'ScSls-"'* I SmO I i ShII 0 AND FOLLETT TIMES -Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB JCOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE. 4 1925. Vol. 13, No. 31 Official I'nper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and LioscontU County• 1 i 1 8 'It 1S&?: %it. - BIG DAY in the Busy Town Saturday, June 13 THEATER *!aee Tfcat All Will Hear Good Wbeate "Dope'' a com- i from A. M. Hove, a ^ fbr which we print : as follows: wheat campaign will 8 to 13 in the Panhan- - the Santa Fe Rail- ffest program for belt has been ^ the Teias the South- rAgrteuhural of the This pro. by exneri- * familiar With Floy- $Hver i; Canyon. Ffcm-a* di^asedlo- of wheat to stock, pre- and rotation, by the following list of spaekers; *B- M. Bafn$r, A m the Jo ;i.P Sati >at 9:00 o'Ciock Crosses Great Divide Jetf, wa# born Ky., May IStb, waa left an orphan at One of 12 years, his iP Ji m 1 §Ssfef"t5; i is# WATCH Tbf Busy Town and Ypu'll see her do her- self Proud: 8hf has startedj todo things already. •i*'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 June 1925

&? :•• . LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT ivO-l.LETT TIMES. l'HUHSDAY JUNE ll 1923 =—C w p?H- n i: vj v*-i£ if®?*;? AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 •Third Zone-.. —... 1.60 Fourth Zone v 1.75 Fifth Zone. ... 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Copies^- 5c Vf %l'i if 1<i i ' ' " C. A. SKAQQS. Publiaher. Thursday Jtcrs^g ' W««k 4 ) of Baca Eg---.' . wsx*s ?r^*V .7 * 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. c • * Advertising Rates Display ads regularlly in Lime -^ight pwer inch S.. C--,- --20c ^Spasmodic advertising per inch single -jcolum n '—' 25c Perferred .position per inch *:ngle coiumn.i. ; 25c Locfcl readers per line 10c . Cacd of. thanks.. ..j——-50c Cban^s.lor ads must be-1 in this erf not later^than Tues- ^Allad?*run until ordered out. * ^ ttf check or money must be feign advertising to H. Terry and O. R. Moots,tr' and any and all persons owning lands through^vhic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 June 1925

1111:^ • SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JUNE., 1 1 1925 , - r t I- S 1 - Nod ,v - J.4rr i ft S • Link's Skull? i .-&)M U-rz&. JFOR SALE-Well bred Jersey 2 . year old Mate--See ChrisTmke FoMef't, Texas. 27 -1— . is - \ the •ar ., .. _ iy found at Broken Hill, Khodesla vfed to be that of an anthropoid ape that was almost a oiao 'toll of 4 modern man, for comparison. ** • F • ~ ' ' ■ ' ' . Shattuck Wins mg*M mfcer of the the Ball BaH Catesby, Base Base Elmer Johnson and Adams visited the R. home Friday night. and those of y, Okla. "flght" Ihe game like this Catesby 5. boys would cofhe ^ihe grapes" and this — ~ewererighty • - - - 7 *~~TS^S June it -- ■ 3very one • « to Martin, ,was taken morning •doctor, see it he i'dtt anything for her rhe- ggV* ;t *^$410 Harvey and son, father-in-law, Mr. for New and WfiSaturday fe - -V Mrs. Rex Hagen and ^jRidL^iii^and t. Oily O'Neal and Janiily ^mm i'f-r -i ne^-.j ?Tk£* Mrs.' J. L. Johnston iy^«wtf!& Folitttt, Sat. '.also J. D. Brown and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 June 1925

5KHJR LIPSCOMB UMB LIGHT AND FOLLJS'i'T 11MES. THURSDAY, JUNE 11 1923 Do YOU Get Lime Light? $1.50 a Year . * v. ; -i >-5^' /<£ i ^ '^1 ; 1'V| pv„ FOLLETT Welcomes v^Hv. . rsf--.s pSfc - ' * BHfe- You Advertise in its Columns —It Pay . "i HARVESTER Buy a Complete Machine! With the McCormick' Deering: You can have your choice of wagon loader or bagging platform.^ 'Others charge extra for bagging platform when su^tituted for wagon loader. Rotary weed screen is regularly supplied. Others charge extra for this attachment. Driver's seatand pole are regularlysupplied. Others charge extra for these parts. Powerful band brake regularly supplied. Others charge extra for this esserftiil part. QNCE OVER AND IT S ALL OVER" yearly comes the harvest slogan of a rapidly increasing numberof practical, deep-thinking grain growers—men who , know that low production cost is the surest guarantee of grain profits. These men are buying McCORMICK-*5. DEERING HARVESTER.THRESHERS! First, be- cause the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 June 1925

jfiV LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1925 JLL 'I I m Choice and: Up to Now .J eyes peeled" has started to was amongthose in farm north of here loon trading: Broyles was in from Of town- Monday at- ssmatters. from the east of here M - was a irn here business country Monday g3..?T-T — Ife' seen in the the live wire Okla., Friday I. ; a business in WL *£> .■ * ii*r .-. -■ft-: - Rich Harrelson from - - fe - sSL* farm northwest of here Monday afternoon mingling with his many frends. The erstwhile Geo Roberts was seen "Parking at the Curb" by a Lime Light reporter Mon- day afternoon from his ranch near Darrouzett. Mrs. W. L. dwen daughter, Rath, and son, Omar, were pleasant visitor in the Busy Town Friday and Saturday from the County Seat. Mr. and. Mrs. W. H. Sewell, daughters, Evelyn and Lola Mae and" sods, Richard and Robert, were visitors' in Lipscomb for a short time Friday. Miss Lucy Arnott returned to her hon^e near Gary, Okla., Mon* day after being|at t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 11 June 1925

rfM LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 11 i^z5 .SAVING MONEY. The old saying "Money Saved is Money Earned" is even more trus to- day than when it was first uttered. Ah'd the young man or woman who would like to get ahead in the world, who. wants to be financiallyiindepend- ent at sometime in life, can find no more certain way to accomplish it than to start a Savings Account with this Bank—and start it NOW. THE FOLLEIT NATIONAL BANK Follettt, Texas £: i.r. RESOURCES W. E. STUART, President A. W. KINCADE, Cashier $400,000.00 0. A. CRUMP, Vice Pm. GUY WINN JGHAM, Ass't. Cashier ( ACROBATIC RIDING a== 't'Z •W-i m&m-: We have iust received «ushipm#nt of Hickory Lumber for doUbte-trees and eveners. We have^ this in 2-4-6 and 8 horse sizes in either the Rough or Finished. This is the best Hickory every received in Foilett and you should see it before buying your "doubletrees arid eveners. We #lao have Oak Wagon Tongues and Reaches. % House Lumber Co R. N. COLEMAN, Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 June 1925

. d3i. ■pi jggjgg|<£l^ AND FOLLETT TIMES 4. No. 42 POLLETT. LIPSCOMB JCOUNTY,' TEXAS, THURSDAY. .JUNE. 18 1925. Vol. 13, No. 32 isP^" Official Pnper of Lipscomb ~Countr, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Folletthiu! I.inscomh County -rr-r when it comes io good crop yield, cattle and its evei good natured people if you tried, it just can't be done thats all. • • . . af their in the ' art of Harvest Crops, a scene of been of the % to help the told r „ stance east I bushe.s i. taubhan thwest of neighbor- bushels T. R 750 acres abbot while the Ql bushels 500 aeres Pleasant Evening After an hourjand a half's in- terested business meeting the joval members , of Follett Retiekah's Lodge No. 172 were treated with an appreciated sur- prise that makes them wish that every night was lodge nigh, bat it so happens that they only meet the first and second Tues- day of each month—but we started put to tell about the sur. prise, so here goes—through the courtesy of the Mesdames Jack Nagle and C. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 June 1925

WW ■ : dli | ' - ' -> p$ 3>.. --. ■ : % ' fjg&r■■ <rwo LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT "FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JTNE 18, 1925 AND FOLLETT TIMES S8999B SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone. 1.60 Fourth Zone. _ 1.75 Fifth Zone 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies 5p .V" C. A. SKAOOS. Publiahar. ^ubliabed on Ttanradap Morning of IMS H. Ferry and 0. R. Moots and any and all persons owning lands through which said road may run, that we will at the same time proceed to assess the damages incidental to the open- ing and establishment of said road, when they may, either in person or by agent or at- torney, present to us, a written statement of the amount of dam- ages, if any, claimed by them. Witness our hands, this 30th, dav of May, A. D. 1925. C. E. Hall, J. R. Price, N. N. Flathers, Mrs. N. N. Flathers, W. E. Jackson. 314c Jurors of View. Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 June 1925

OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY JUNE.. SHATTUCK. make It Now If with/pleasure you are view. inganv work a man is doing, if you like him or you love him,.tellhimnow. Don't withhold your appro- bation till the parson makes IS:--; oration J|Sd be lies with snowy lillies o'er his brow; matter how you shout really care about many tear shed. It you think some praise is due V the time. to slip it to him, epmnot read his tomb frhen he's^ad. a savor and where they ifuture home. Mrs. Lewis Northup and little son, -Teddie, of Woodward spent the week with Mr., and Mrs. Si Nortuup. Miss Lor a Patterson returned Sunday from a week's visit with friends and relatives at Alva Oklahoma. Mrs.. Clyde Robinson and children, of Enid, are visiting Mrs. Robinson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Brink. The Embroidery Club met last Friday with Mrs. Helen Ewing for a social evening a lovely Two Course Lunchen was served. more warm week. He was riding around in j corral, the poney he was riding j threw him off, only his foot got | ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 June 1925

; * W\- • m 'I WSmm Mr- S£5k; LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND . KULLET'f IIMKS, rHUKSDAY, JUME 18 U2i - 1 ■- ' -v- ] . j r" - fee, "■ I I /. - \ -■ - ■ iKcv gglr"; f V '-o <%} fe i •• • y-, i'V & ' ■ Do YOU Get Lime Light? $1.50 a Year v" Welcomes .-J? . z?*- *r" Its w& ■ -«■ -Jv. ttr- You Advertise in its Columns —It Pay - .A gPg# f2& , ' ;.V-' •• ~ f .,-. ... wti'- P" s"3 Kj I have now opened up the Garage south of the Bank. 1 am agent for Ford Cans, Fordson Tract- ors and have repairs and cars on floor. ill Gas and Oil at your car right prices also ready to do Give me a trial. SSS&fei M, Vf*? l|8i fell Elite dii/ • .*:• See S. F. Cross for Town Lots Follett, Texas •«& == • '• ~*ir. i 1 ■ f REMEMBER ; "•• rs I have a Full Lane of John Deere Tools, Tractors Tractors and also John Deere Cream Separar tors and handle the best. V Also stoves, for heating and cooking along with other shelf and heavy hardware. Corns in before going elsewhere. *% FRANK jPRAZIER Follett, Te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 June 1925

m «= LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1925 FIVE iiiapu SSHBE Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now J r Miller was a Foliett caller! Mrs Betty Coleman has been from southwest of here.'enjoying a pleasant visit from r tt7qo i« T?riHnv ^er neices, the Misses Ford, of Brown was in iriaay the Busy TvWn Llbera, Kansas, ihe past week or so/ and wife were ernoon from north. >fellow who never tries to g worth while is the Several com bines and other farm implements during the past few weeks have been sold oy Follett's busy hardware stores. "-d- is not so seri- 1 if your business i the word adver. ■p-W-' Ip?!^ from Geo. and Lucile Rupprecht, of ^t j the McLarty Store, motored to Mra.Ed "jPerryton Saturday 10 spend dvef | Sunday with relatives and tor a short ume^atur- trV6Q^ Mr. and Mrs. Jos Hannah and children were ertwhile traders and- visitors from the farm northeast of here Saturday afternoon. D. C. Crites, made a trip to and iu«t looking' 1^?8Coinb' Frida...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 18 June 1925

sissl LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JUNE, 18 i -5 DUKEDOM IS HIS .SAVING MONEY. Tthe. old, saying "Money Saved is Moo©y Earned" is eve.n more tru? to- da>F'tViari when it was first uttered. And the young man or woman who would like to get ahead in the world, who wants, to be f inancially[independ- ent "at soniet'me in life, can find no more certain way to accomplish it ttaan to start a Savings Account with this Bank—and start it NOW. JW FOLLEIT NATIONAL BANK *: ; • Foliettt, Texas # 4 v/'v RESOURCES mr-i If. E. STUART. President A. W. KINCADE, Cashier $400,000.00 O. A. CRUMP, Vice Pres. GUY WINNIGHAM, Ass't. Cashier Sir Edward Seymour, who has at last convinced the house of lords com- mittee on privileges that he is the suc- cessor to the dukedom of Somerset, tie Is a cousin of. the late duke, >and his claim depended on the legality of the marriage of one of his forebears. CoL Francis. Seymour, to a sailor'^ widow, Leonora Hudson. 188'years ago gf£ mm SHI §r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 July 1925

C9 sic AND FOLL£TT TIMES 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB 'COUNTY, 2 t92">. Official Paper +>f Lipscomb County, Tepjs fevoted oiintv Few ^Moments K^Thotight . offers tremendous opportunities I and great privi^ges to everyone, i But it also carries with it certain ! duties. | If the people; ot the Busy j Town will do thfe during the day j this will be' the- greatest July Fourth celebration in our history. SB" a Cen- a Half ago. 'Happv mi itriotic? mm mm& this times of 7'g traditions • ' •' \ 4ay for a Lime my duty >«rioifrly '~ '.A ^friends 30? a time The Nan-Advertiser Woe to the non-advertiser! Alas and alack to that satisfied ; store keeper who in his mid-Vic- torian complacency sits back and baits' for the random customer to come into his store to buy.^ , Loyalty , following prestige and regular trade have gone by the board. t Today's buyers want tc be sold on price and he who bids for his trade by a definite pric£ appeal is going to .get the busi- ness . Regular trade is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 July 1925

t - „ IPPS|PP§[ v vjSfjj ' %. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHTf#)LLRTT TIMfe THURSDAY -TULY 1, 1925 FOLLiTT TIMES PTION RATES, eond "Zones--. -$1.50 1.60 1.75 1-85 w§&Tihm - 2.00 ;; 5c ml-a : Tiifcliifcif • M'9?Jm£ >*«y. . .. _ Hi l%rry. and, 0. R. Moots fp and any and all persons owning lands through which said road may fun, that we will at the same time proceed to assess the damage? incidental to the open- ing and establishment of said road, when they may, either in person or by agent or at* torney, present to us a written statement of the amount of dam- ages, if any, claimed by thein. Witnessour hands, this 30th, day of May, A. D. 1925. • C. E. Hall, J. R. Price, • N. N, Flathers, Mrs. N. N. Flathers, Wf'B. Jackson. Sl4c Jurors of View. 3,1879. JWfv'ii 4 ^ ' • %•>.' ' ir- J" ' A'ai - r • ' r llllll|Si . , inline i Kw i Notice of Sale of Real Estate Natioaal Farm ) vs. No, 466 >• ►ee|al. J •<; LipscombCoun- ■ i 3 t * . [ - [i ,r#frtue of an order aed out Of the DJstj-ifct 4psco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 July 1925

r '<it- |||v) *^4.' : eSTrav i/ -It'. f % mMMt: SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA. THURSDAY. JULY.. P$ : - ' " •-• : ♦ • " ►'" « represent i n g list University Baptist I. * i.T* • . mw-me- morning. Mr. be glad t > meet all r people and >are think- to college. at all —Dan N. i gave a Witham ! leaving Tues- urowd was |ppropnate We are ex* !< d a i i&kvi- t public ic was ovef week, returned td Woodward Sunday. Ma. Rupert Davis, who has been visiting in Wichita, the past seven week, returned th Shattuck Sunday. Mr. Horace Ackerman, former ly of Shattuck but now of Liberal Kansas, was a Shattuck visitor Monday. Mrs. A. D, Joneg and children left # Tuesday evening for Waynoka to visit Mrs. Jones parents. Mrs. Carl Lockhart, of Hfg_ gins, spent several days last week with her mother, Mrs. fid. Stuart. > .■< Mrs. W. A. Starbuct?'was tiad. ing with Shattuck merchants Saturday from the farm, northeast of here. ; > A number of the 0. E. S., of Shattuck, attended the ice cream supper...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 July 1925

- 31 Li PSCOMB LlMifi LIGHT AND FOLLETT 1'IMKS, THU.KSDAV, JULY I'M > The High Spots The love of Miss Wilson's ranch hands for their "red-head- ed boss.-' Preparations for the great cattle drive starts. The finding of Miiss Wilson's trunk of land scrip in Holt's wagon, He leaves the train in disgrace. The night attack of Beery and his men on the wagons. 1 The first stampede of the cat- tle. Nothing else has ever been doto«i quite like this The ford ing of the %d River on the Texas-Oklahoma border. Holt's treaty of peace with the Com- ma nches. The arrival of the herd in Abilene. Wild celebration. The second stampede started by the b aring brass band in town. This is the punch scent of the production It contains comedy, thrill—everything. The selling of the cattle to the east buyers. The terrific fight between Holt iknd Beery nnn In Cash First Prize P rizes fs $1,000. ... . Open to Everybody. Anywhere, FOR AN SWERS IN EDUCATIONAL CONTEST. Send stamp for Cir- cular. Rules- and Ques...

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