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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 July 1925

LIPSCOMB' LIME LIGHT AND FOLLBTT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1925 * After EveryMedl < ffyar eye on I Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruby and little son, Donald Fleming, yfere Busy 1 own traders and visitors Sunday afternoon and evening from the farm near Catesby, OkJa. CUui was a Fol- sbopper from a Fol- morning M Mrs. Ora Heil and children were among the pleasant Bu?y Town visitors in fioin the farm southwest of here Saturday after- noon also remaining over to take north of in the movies. Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Duncan, of t he Northwestern Telephone Exchange; of, this place, spent "ay afternoon \ with Theo.'s her and wife, Mr. and Mrs. CUfc Dnncan, near Logan, Okla. ; ■ 4.J- ' ■ \ 0 i • ' . Jonah ^aubhan was a business visitor Monday morning from the farm west of here and while in called on the Lime Light to have some bills printed announce sale for,.Tuesday, v July Tt WHS ;8C€B repairs were needed real bad and they didn*t want to loose the time,from the days work they ^ jest naturally came to the...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 July 1925

•& a > LiPSCOMn LTM1 LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. J1IY, 2 19:!' saying 41 Money Saved is Earned" is.even more true to- when it was first uttered, ng man or woman who would like to get ahead in the world, who wants to befinancially|independ- eht at somet'rne in life, can find no more certain way to accomplish it than to start a Savings Account with ttiisv Bank—and start it NOW. IK fOUE II FoNettt, Texas RESOURCES $400,000.00 , STUART, President - 0. A. CRUMP, Vice Pres. Se, Cashier GUY WINN IGHA&, Ass,'t. Cashier Coming Events Wing" at at Cana- Ar_ July 4—"Broken Follett Theatre. July 4_.Celebration dian, Texas. July 4—Celebration at tesian Beach, at Gage, Okla. July 4 —Baptist S. S. Picnic, south of town. July 4—Picnic at Howe Ranch on the Kiowa. July 7—Jona Laubhan Sale, southwest of Follett. — J US?: have just received a shipment cory Lumber iff- -fc *-• ^ eveners. 2-4-6 knd 8 horse sizes in eitherthe Rough — Hnished. This is the b©st hickory ty received in vFolte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 July 1925

Wm \f I - )' '■• ,.\ * - * >.- - «? ■>« . &jp£jy8$< ■ss Wl** :-k V>^'r i' . ■, &r:iv:; AND FOLLETT TIMES 442'. Am FOLLETT,'LIPSCOMB CCOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY. 23 L925. Vol. 13, No. > Official Pnpcr of IJpkcomh County, Texus*-Devoted to-the Interest of Foiled and Lioscomb County. wa f M V [*:0t ymim MS >-i • •• ■ ■■ feimM ife ts -from 4: • tment mm 2j; fSjtith .V j- is sti.l a poor man. Aieper may cover all his spots with bis gai- ments; but be is still a leper. So may the sinner reform outwardly in alt the externals of his life; but bis heart remains just as sfoful 'us b<ftore. Except a man be bom again from above, he can« not see the iungdom of God. In the Parable of the Phari- see and the Publican our Lord pictures to us a man who out- wardly! led a moral life, but whose oeart remained dark with sin, and also a man who,although outw^Qly a great sinner, came e reperiteness and deceived forgiveness of his sins and was '^tiffed before God. Come to ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 July 1925

■■ -v ' , y mi? §.<'i;TV« LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 23. 1925 • &yi ■ fjgU • •- AND FOLLETT TIMES pfe f; ' iM \i i SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones. $1.50 1.60% ne 1:75 :. 1.85 other Zones i_ 2.00 5c they expect to spend six weeks visiting relatives. Mr? J.. B. Turner, returned home fiom Canyon, Tuesday, where he has been spending a few days with his daughters Dulcie and Opal. € * y **■«"* on Hrursday Morning of Bui Pnbliiftei. llp^S I Wee* as second class matter office at Follett, Tex- 31st 1918 under the tigressof March 3,1879. == - Advertising Rates " ads regularity in Lime C 1.20c Rising per inch U --.-.25c per inch l>U|(W CUtUUJU. 25c Lofctfreaders per line 10c Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jackson and started to Missouri Monday morning for several weeks^visit- ing with relatives. 1 Mr. W. E Merydith and son, Coy, from Valley Park, were pleasant visitors at the Glen Turner Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Turner and children* were to Dunlap, Okla., Satur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 July 1925

nm §pp|i Wmm ' '\' ■« ,e-. ,; life ' :• ■KSSfr-i7^ *■- * •• ~,V mm - ^ * - **• t8^?r ' ^.44 :>^$a &'r*si -;|S !V .- / ■ ■' ',•'■• = SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JULY., 2 3 1925 No 14 com uiuiiim '£> *■ • " ' i-w' ■ ar ^atterson spent a few ' stfcte3W|fcV.; -vi? Kt Cjub" met jMK laslt FridayV RiH - ■'v uck, age 3 months old the,infapt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Gaseford of Gage. Funnel ser- vices will be held at Gage Okla. Thursday. Lodge News 0. E. S. Chapter rapets the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month. Special programs the 3rd Tuesday of each month. Rainbow Meeting the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of each month. ' y ■; • ,, .. " r;'| ,4? Members and visitors cordially invited to attend. - Mrs. C W..Nicholson, W. W. Mrs. J2d Stuart, M A. Windsor and Golden Breezes LOGAN, Okla.! July 20,1925— T£is is a very sg^ misfortune which occurs Saturday alter- n on July 18th, a fire taw*# mm* ■ weeW re- ■*(:V and dug ambtMr.and Henricks. , The oil stOTm,exriW- ed white Mr. and Mrs. He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 July 1925

Ww] gsdsy ~- mmc ^M'■"■■'■•'''■■ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT TUC fOLLETT PRODUCE CO Dealers FOLLETT TIMES, TH U RSDA Y, JULY 23 I y^5 Mgmm wMiiVi&M CaiSAM, HIDES, POULTRY, EGGS AND FUR Wliolesprte Champlin Gas and Oil. Don't forget that we have a truck on the job ready to Be rushed at ^Qr($6r. Give us a trial order the next time your in town, out*~SERVICE with the REST. 2MBER that on Saturday October 3rd, is our iDlODAY. That we ar^ absolutely going to give away a Big 4 Atwater Kant Radio set. Keep in mind, that a $1.00 purchase whether it be Chaplin Gas and OiM fP&duce. GET YOUR TICKETS. 1st—Complete Radio Set everything goes.^ 2nd ~$15.00 Credit on a new Atwater Kant Radio. 3rd-* 5 Gallons of Choice Motor Oil. GLASGOW & WILSON, Mgrs 1 \ FOLLETT, TEXAS _ Notice of* Application for Probate Will THE STATE OF TEXAS, To tlie Sheriff or any Cons- table of Lipscomb . Countv • -GREETING: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to cause the follow- ing notice to be pulisbed in a newspaper of genera...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 July 1925

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1925 FIVE H r—^ IrH &aml Choice and Up to Now •;V m W*T = j mis afeen talking from northwest of here for a Monday, short time Saturday afternoon. ' '-i , «• ■& % ^9hu9 was going to didn't muctf. §6 h:^ Count TT Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stevens and little daughter were Fojlett wasseenfor a Saturday afternoon traders and farm east of j visitors from southeast of here. •j Mr. and Mrs. Wm. French a business were jn attendance at the services Seat Frid&y at tj,e m E. Church Sunday morning from northeast of here. -J!" B"?y Mr' and Mrs. C. H. V. Earl trader from Were among the pleasant Busy ■f:\ Town shoppers and visitors Sat- clown from urday from the form north of ay shaking here. friends. j ao(j Mrs. Ed. Schnider, |||§(.seen haul- ^ving southwest of here, motored jpWest.of to Heoretta, Texas, for a few with friends Friday fegjfegasgi services jdays in morning, at; were Geo. Lash and family [ pleasant Busy Town traders and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 July 1925

v.? SqSrn v- ; " • V .Jmwmm: - . . • 8WS*«Si£'# • V' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND' S'tMJjEfTT TIMiES, THURSDAY. JULY, 32 19ii5 ;; t "t ■ ■ a=S= i ' '// '■'• ■Hhra* •• Mht & ft* ; ^f.;' " - v. ; v :;. {*, ". -' ' . -'• " 4 ,~ The old saying "Money Saved is Earned" is even more true to- *la./ <♦*! a n \a/ hor* ft was first uttered. And the young m&h or woman who would* like to get ahead in the world, iMslf^lli^nts to be financiallyjiridepend- t £'omet«me in life, can find no EElEj^yajg . - i■ -■ }■> t certain way to accomplish it > start a Savings Account with —■ —i. start it NOW. . ^4; i SZM' ':V> • •• ^/■•V mm Cashier , fl J- , , aaas If! 9Hpi? J- j « Coming Events July 23—H. R. and T. R. Laubhan Public Sale, southwest I of Follett. July 24-25—Auction Sale at1 Follett, Texas. July 25—"Circus Days" a great Comedy at Follett Theatre. Another Wedding. 1^ug. 7 and 8—Two Days Bigj Picnic at Darrouzett. Lipscomb Notes t (Continued from page 2) ... .. ."--V . ■ ;• 'if Miss M...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

MSRgw*&&: 3 AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB JCOUNTY, TEXAS, Ttf ULH1JAY, JULY. 30 1925. Vol. 13, No. 37 Official Paper (ff Lipscomb Countv, Texas—Devoted to the Interest. of Follett and Linscomh County- IPti. WEATHER iririg Past X&o Weeks for Row Crops. BUSSARD ?aye$ World of Surffenng on Monday, July ti ' ■: 20th, 1925 about "setting pretty, lve this part of the if doing the same, for lie past two weeks the just been "slipping until Old Mother In pretty good shape the farmers in this wear happy smiles. a$d kafir as well as crops arefcoing to be is nothifig to it, the tbr has so placed =Towh that it catches rain that comes pike. You can take that the rains whieh awed by two or of cool cloudy weather ons and millions of this part of Lipscomb and from all indications like the Busy Town was a lew more showers week is ended. i to iry of Mother Bussard Cathrine Prince, was Wayne County, West November 22nd, 1858 at Lipscomb, Texas, 1925 at the age of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

S* - -u . :• y4*-'.V ; ' ;s . X. V UPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FdLLETT TIMES, f HTilSDAY JULY 30. 1925 &■ i l\. ■;■• FOLLETT TIMES StlriSCRtPTION RATES. jmd Second Zones $1.50 Zone_._ 1.60 Fourth Zone. 1.75 Fifth Zone.. 1.85 £ixth and other Zones 2.00 Single Copies. 5c C. A. SKAOGS. Publither. Thursday Morning West of lica Enters d as second class matter at the Postoffice at Follett, Tex- M on jfuly 31st 1918 under the Att of Congress of March 3,1879. Advertising Rates Diqplay ads regalarlly in Lime inch S. C._ 20c advertising per inch i_ 25c position per inch i_^.. ......25c per line.... 10c Thanks.. 50c ads must be in later than Tues- until ordered out. or money must be advertising to tton. ASSOCIATION : • * Notes mml Mm ■ other than a few ferlousiy hart, , Grace and Mr. Lipscomb, Tuesday on from Follett. * P. 0* Boyd, it in Canadian returning mm RlS TEXAS, July 27 fell from hW . t .. . few days with her daughter, Thelm who is attending summer School at Canyon. , * Russell Boyd and Leo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

v ; ■SSSfe'S: Bte - ■ '' - . - . V •*-■$'***> V Shattuck is|pp ■ Hi SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, | THURSDAY, JULY., 30 1925 No 15 Local Notes JStmt a«Hl Snappy HitM Adams bad another stroke Howard, motored Saturday. to Montgomery iturday. Hill has Waynoka. returned been t trans- it ,af Gage, JKday. was a returned from Saturday. - of Woodward, visitor Wednes- Woodmansee of Wood with hom< Mrs. Davis King and little son, of Canyon, Texas, spent the ^"w^ek end with her parents5 Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Greenlee. want to Wood- the week with i now has the the California Per- of Canadian, of Ivan Hill s, returned Satur- i a business "trip to left Monday trip to and chit- are Shattuck Greenlee and family, tenets. trijMo Dar- Bity had 72 ly which ited. n and S. C. a business uip to Sdnday. i daughter of Mr. and Patton who has been improving rapidly. Ed. Oats of Clovis, New yesterday for an ex. to points in Iowa. Eae Wilson, who has Normal at Alva, I home Saturday night. ,U... .. J Miss Amelia Meyers,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

jMmtm M?r~? " ' ' ' /r 'K I:' , • • • J ' \ '■ >.".#\'..■. ••■■• ■/•■•. vt;-. - i.A'-',' ■'•' 1 .- -#'y ■ W' • * ■•.■' .' v" ■ .*v'- p+:s' ■:■■■'•■' ■ -; : : - - - • -.r • ••■:,'■ ft'fC*J .,''; V^Vv ^A'U- .; '- &>. ■ Ov' ' ,\'>.• -r.V.j' ■•; \wmmm Our Entire Stock of General Merchandise, Consisting of Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings, Men's, Women's, / i * Misses'and Children's Shoes also a Complete Line of Groceries. Along drawn out story told in just a few words. t£- IS For the NEXT 30 DAYS or until Our Stock is Entirely. Exhausted, we will sell you High Grade Mer- . " ■ chandise FOR LESS than the Manufacture can produce it. - '" 1 ,n;!i ,Al ; v. t■;V '-u"' •:• y'V,.-;■■■■•' " s >■ m ''mim ? m m i m m m * • tea ■v-o.'-Vv «' 'X- A. k.&-a ■ ',t£?hm ' m- \ \''M • , <4^ « \i «t j IMP - «, s - ' - V : . ■ .., r ; .i.-r •■• (i L \Y :'J! _j, . ,

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

B&8 W Good Grade Crepe De Chine, Printed, Close Out, per yard... ..$2,45 Good Grade Crepe De Ghine, Printed, ( Close Out, per yard.. $1.80 Canton Crepe, 40-inch, Close Out, per yard $2.72 Canton Crepe, 40-incn, Close Out, per yard $2.40 Satin Faced Canton Crepe, Close Out, per IHSu yard... « m- - - . ........ $1. yard Wash Silk, Printed and Stripe, Close £>ut, pt r yard ...$1.30 to' $1 52. Silk Printed Shantung, Close Out, per yard..'.. $1.12. Silk Shantung, all colors, Close Out per yard _.79c. Imported English Broad Cloth, Plain Color Close Out, per yard.... 60c. Silk Stripe Madras, Close Out per yard.89c Close Out p« yard Fotle*Da Nort, C^o/t^r 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, Close Out, yard. --- 9-4 Unbleached Sheeting, Close Out, per yard i ...52c Bleached Muslin, Close Out, per yard ____ 16c to 19c Unbleached Muslin, Close Out, per vard 19c lipi .^.—.,..$1.80 Clow Oat, per *liVr-——$3.00and up J's Kakhi Pants, Close Out, per pair^..... i $1.25 Men's Heavy Work Overalls. Close Out...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

Six LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY 30 1925 THE EOLLETT PRODUCE CO Dealers In CREAM, HIDES, POULTRY, EGGS AND FUR Wholesale Champlin Gas and Oil. Don't forget that we at all times have a truck on the job ready to be rushed at your.Order. Give us a trial order the next time your in town, compare our SERVICE with the REST. REMEMBER that on Saturday October 3rd, is our RADIO DAY. That we are absolutely going to give away a complete Big 4 Atwater Kant Radio set. keep in mind, that with each $1.00 purchase whether it be Chaplin Gas and Oils or Produce. GET YOUR TICKETS. 1st-Complete Radio^Set everything goes. 2nd—$15.00 Credit on a new Atwater Kant Radio. 3rd--5 Gallons of Choice Motor Oil. GLASGOW & WILSON, Mgrs FOLLETT, TEXAS BBS ssssaS v Ills tM P& M ypK&E;w - - a?..'.". ' REMEMBER I have a Full Line of John Deere Tools, Tractors Tractors and also John Deere Cream Separa- tors and handle the best. Also stoves, for heating and cooking along with other ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

LIPSCOMB LIME LlGflt AND FOLLflTT JtlMES, TfiUkStfAY, JULY 30, 1955 SEVEN 3 Town and Country Notes Snappy* Choice and Up to Now * ; Allie Hopper of Seat, wtfs a near the Busy Town to Thursday Grace motored Okla., last business. H. Hoideman was a Follett visitor from Perryton afteroon. Henderson Jett.and little in from south of here afternoon shopping. Miss Georgia Hurlhey, "Helol Y Girl" of the exchange at Lips- comb, was visiting with Mrs. Theo. Duncan Saturday after- noon. ;Mr. and Mrs. 1 C. E. Barton were in Friday morning from northeast of the Busy Town trad- ing among Folkett's live Mer- chants. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ruby and | little son, Donald Fleming, i were pleasant Busy Town visit- Edna Kroeker assisted ors and shoppers for a short time .0. A. Crump Store Saturday. as tlie "proud clerk." and Mrs. P. B. Perkins children were in from north- afternoon. Lauban was in Monday | from southwest of j fct on business ifor a short j Geot Roberts was seen halt- ing hands with ,his , m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 July 1925

sip# • " ' s,V* EIGHT LIPSCOMB LiMfi LIGHT ANt) FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY? JULY, 30 192o ..v- We have just received a shipment of Hickory Lumber for double-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 Follett and you should see it before buying your doable-trees and eveners. We also have Oak Wagon Tongues and Reaches. White House Lumber Co R. N. COLEMAN, Manager. r ollett, Texas .JA .re You Supporting Home Organization ;#■ You will always find this elevator back of anything that will benefit the Farmer. WE HAVE FOR SALE—Expansion Flour, Corn Mod' Graham, Potatoes, and all kinds of Feed, Tankage, Oil Cake i Salt, etc. Good hitnp coal at $13.00 a Ton. WE BUY, all kinds of grain at the highest market price. Receivers for Southwest Wheat Growers, and Bcoomcorn Growers Co-Operative Association. Don't hesitate to call on us when wecan be oi MtSee to you. mm & supply co. FOLLETT, TEXAS. that our Sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 6 August 1925

■Wim 3 1 AND FOLLETT TIMES nafew Id—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, .LIPSCOMB ICOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. APG. 6 1925 :■ Vol. 13, No. 38 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County. SPECIAL Icjpt on the Jump hilling Orders AND. NEAR | Which Bouncing Bo>s Wins Over Blue Eyed Girlsf Wow!! mt x over has Talking about working „ the "Stock Special' doing the same as the many will know by reading the F 80th—To Mr. and Mrs. &perry, northeast^ of an ei^ht pound boy. i^Mr, and Mrs. Carson )arrouzett, Te as, are parents o! an eight rapn b<ffoed on thtt date. 24th-Mr. and Mrs. Jess , northeast of here, are over the arr.val of a eight pound boy, (Mrs. Will be remembered as ! ) ,ed to Mr. and , ^ , Logan,%Okla., a „ and baby girl. 31th-Mr. and Mrs. Wm. northwest of Follett, i of a brand new /boy, who Mr. and Mrs. _ «, east of town August 2nd, 1925, a . a half pound baby boy. ._ 4tb--A bright eyedeighi fourth pound baby girl was I to Mr. and Mrs...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 6 August 1925

TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY AUG 6. 1925 AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone. 1.60 FodKh Zone 1.75 Fifth Zone 1.85 Sixth and other Zones. 2.00 Single Copies. 5c C. A. 8KAGGS, Publisher. oa Thursday Morning Wc.'k of Bacfc Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- aa on July 31st 1918 under the *et of Congress of March 3,1879. ££■"' - MM--' jz: , m -- Advertising Rates Display ads regularity in Lime Ljgh^per inch S. C 20c lie advertising per inch smgie column 25c Perferred position per inch khigle column _._.__25c Local readers per line 10c Card of Thanks 50c for ads must be in th office not later than Tues- until ordered out. :lc or money must be sent with foreign advertising to Sasow publication. Notice of Sale of Real Estate George Schultz vs. No. 166 A. W. GiggerJJudg m e n t Rendered in the County Court of Lipscomb County, Texas; May term, 1925. Whereas, by virtue of an execu- tion issued out of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 6 August 1925

■ &£n Shatluck n ivh > > vn j VOL. 2 SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, | THURSDAY, AUG.. 6 1925 Local Notes Short and Snappy Miss Cooper, of Kansas, is a Shattuck visitor this week. Geo.- Bales and family have gone to Harper, Kan., on a visit. - Miss Tecson and Dove Pratt- ler are the guests of Mrs. Hoffel this week. * Mrs. Carl Lockhart. of is visitihg the homefoks Bales and family are a trip to different points io Colorado. r Alvin Hill, Hi_ Line brakeman i been transferred to run from ito Buffalo. BBS!-... - Hat tie Fritz made a business trip to Follett and Beatver Co., Tuesday. Neal Gilson, of near Glazier, will take Robert Morris's at the Ice piant. Mr. and Mrs. Irl Guipel, of Muskogee, who have been visit- ing their parents here for the past few days, returned to their home via Oklahoma City. Wm. Anderson, Grand Sec., of Guthrie, visited Jappa Lodge 262, A. F. & A. M. Tuesday evening, July 29th delivering an exceedingly interesting talk. • Mrs. Frank Tristler will leave this w...

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

POUR ■*i iti LIPSCOMB. LIMELIGHT ^ND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG 6 1923 ' i- W:£- The Easiest Separator to Clean You Ever Saw Come in and let me show you WHY the Melotte is easier to clean than any other separator. Others have said the same thing about ma- chines, but if you come in and look at a Melotte, you will see for yourself just why it is true. You will also find out thr.t the Melotte is easiest to turn—and why a bowl can NEVER get out of balance and cream. You'll never have to send a Melotte Bowl Back to Be Renalajtced — — • Any separator bowl that is out of balance WASTES CREAM, Any hand-balanced bowl gets out of alignment sooner or later and has to be sent back to be rebalanced. But before it is fixed, it wastes a lot of cream. A Melotte bowl cannot possibly get out of balance because it is suspended from a single bearing, and balances itself. No matter how high the speed, vibration is impossible. s These things mean real money to you. Come in and let'a talk them over. / ...

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