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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 6 August 1925

JtfSffiJsSg- r'gF'" - 2rnmm LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, 1 fP—— . . 1"" AUG 6, 1925 FIVE Town and Country Notes ^ I'Cupprecht, motored to Perry- .ton Sunday where the day was J'pleasantly spent at the Rupp- | recht home. All parties returned :? home later in the evening. Snappy, Choice and Up to Now .J lifer. and Mrs. Alex Lauban and ! visiting for the past two weeks. Wm. French' and children, living east of here, motored to Shal l uelc, Okla., Sunday ", after- noon io visit his wife, who has been at-the "Health Mansion" t , at that place i'or the past week, ren were Shattuck, OKla., j j^Ir. and Mrs. Jack Schultz J We'are glad to relate that Mrs. itors Sunday. jwere among choes rnotoriag to j French is improving nicely. Charles Harris was se>n in |Shattuck, Okla., Saturday after- j Miss Margaret t Manuel from his home southwest of here ! noon returning later in the even- jstopped lor a short YJsit vvith y sightseeing. jing. . the Misses Audwry and Thelma Dave ...

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

jh%/ mp- LIGHT ANp FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, LIPSCOMB LIME coming Events Sale at Follett Merc. Co. Aug 6th —N. H. Clem Sale, northeast of town Aug. 7 and 8—Two Days Big Picnic at Darrouzett. Another Wedding Aug lOth*-*Calvin Baker Sale, northeast of ANNOUNCEMENT I am taking this means in putting before the Public that I have recently took over the Cham plins Service Station, formerly operated by Paul Trenfield at this place. We h|ive just received a shipment of Hickbry Lumber for double-trees and e^eners. Wc have this in 2-4-6 and 8 tiorse sizes in either the Rough or Finished. This is the best Hickory every received in Follett and you should see it before buying your double-trees and eveners. We also have Oak Wagon Tongues and Reaches. White House Lumber Co " R. N. COLEMAN, Manager. «/ Follett, Texas You Supporting loitie Organization New FALL GOODS Arrive THIS WEEK Crepe De-chine in colors at__ $1.95 Fiat Crepes rich shades at $2.50 Canton Crepes at $2.75 Satin Faced Crepes at_$3.2...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 August 1925

slf Herald—Vol. 4> No. #2 ejgg T """" AND FOLLETT TIMES FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB "COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AOG. 13 1925. I Vol. 13, No. 39. Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest \>t Follett and Livscomb County• Slllsl vV*<; „ Let Everyone Together on a Push AL E WELL Serious our People get together the water propositon for MUST BE DONE- ; over the bard earned that has been spent in on WATER We have just been "put wise" that 4i inch outside casing can he bought at Higgins for the sum of fifty cents per foot which is about eighteen cents or more below cost making 250 feet cost the people $125.00, wonder why this couldn't be bought useing the three inch pipe from the old well to be put down in the four and a half -inch cas- in&,. making an open botton well which with a larger storage tank would supply the good people with considerable more water. Even this would have the present "nerve racking" water svstem, "skinned a city block," it just a way to have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 August 1925

Two LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TlMtfs, TiiUilSDAV AUG 13. 192b AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. first and Second Zones $1.50 ThifdZone. 1.60 Fourth Zone..--.- 1.75 Fifth Zone...— 1.85 Sixth and other Zones _ 2.00 Single Copies ' 5c C. A. SKAOOS, Publisher. Published on Tborrifty Morning of Kick W«ek Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the A.ct of Congress of March 3,1879. W Advertising Rates ads regularity in Lime * S. C. 20c lie advertising per inch •ingle column___ 25c Perferred position per inch fttogl* column... 25c Lo&i readers per line 10c Cariiof Thanks... _.50c Changes for ads must be in not later than Tues- . _ _ until ordered out. eheck or money must, be * * advertising to Harvey and Imogene Yates. .*r- Imogene Yates' side enter- tained Doris' side last night. Doris Harveys' side is going to entertain Imogenes' side next Sunday night. Everybody come that can as we are expecting a nice program but neverthel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 August 1925

■**ss Shattuck 3HATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, § TLiURSDAY. AUG.. 13 1925 No. 17 - We go serenely on OlcTFrierKls -v * So many oC us soon forget The friends we leave behind. :h earnest vows we part and yet They seldom come to mind; newfound! interests each dav occupied; our way And seem quite satisfied. search of greater happiness old friends good-by- word, sr last caress, deep regretful sigh— too soon, in lands afar. : The welcome that we find Ha forget how fond we are we leave.behind. time in the lives of all, ;er where we roam, the faithful call friends at home. £hat!memory touch will play familiar melody- song of yesterday. with that song to guide our feet haunts we used to know yet find time—perhaps—to greet of long ago- feordfol smiles will show S* liow well hearts have stood the our neglect. Then can we r old-time friends are best! O. Lawrence Hawthorne * i + i i Local Notes * Short and Snappy Church Notes School _9:45 a. m "'"VW j. ] ■ - . . f_. 11:00 r K U.—- 7:E0p. m. preaching ser- l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 August 1925

POUR LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT ^ND FOLLETT TIMES, ' THURSDAY, AUG 13 1925 ii;; ■fiM ' if lj \ ML ! I ' fkL „ jni!jiii!inii!'fjiiiiiiiii!ii;il %: l^.illiilSPWl A full carload of Qargoyle Mobiloil THE increased demand for Correct Lut Lubrication in this locality is our rea- son for having this solid carload of Mobiloil delivered. We have the correct grade for your auto- inpj?i|e,. truck* tractor, or motorcycle. Consult the Chart of Recommendations prepared by the Automotive Engineers of die Vacuum Oil Company. We can supply Gargoyle Mobiloil in 1- and 5-gal. cans, or 15-, 30-, or 55-gal. steel \ drums (faucet attached). Now is the time to place your order! Famtrs Grain & Supply Company Mobiloil Makt th* chart your guU* TEXAS. Baptist Church Notes. MORNING SERVICE Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Subject: Do your duty in spltof difficulties. EVENING SERVICE Preaching at 8:00 p. m. Don't fail to come. Yours for the Master J. Will Wade, Pastor. m- ii- h : .-~ K' ; Wi : ■' • •>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 August 1925

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THUftSDAV, AUG 13, 1925 — five Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now ^SHowabouta peppy well meet- Monday from Garber, Okla., to j visit with friends a few weeks be- sides looking after her property |§?4 4©e Barton was seen mixing with Follett business men from ' nocth-of here Monday. Trout was among the tracers in from the farm northeast of here Friday. Si Sheriff Roberta has been a for a few day the pa3t from the County Seat. Albert Stevens was among here. Last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Fisken attended the "nifty" program put on at the Crites Theatre by Miss Veeva Daniels from their home north- east of here. Russell Wilder accompanied by Cecil Fisken, both gentlemen of the Farmers Produce Co., took in the picnic and dance at Dar- rouzett on Friday night. They 1 la trading from .southeast Monday morning. J. French was in Saturday leport a splendid time, from northeast of the j r Town trading for a short Friday afternoon Mrs. Cla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 13 August 1925

We have just received a shipment of Hickory Lumber for double-trees and eveners. Wc 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 double-trees and eveners. We also have Oak Wagon Tongues and Beaches. •White House Lumber Co R. N. COLEMAN, Manager. follett, Texas 1 Case 36_inch outing, dark and light, soon be com- fort time. For comfort, 10 yards, $2.50 Oue $1.00 roll of Cot- ton, $1.00 TOTAL $3.50 ALL $3.89 FOR SAT. .j. Are You Supporting A Home Organization You will always find this elevator back of anything that will benefit the Farmer. ,VE FOR SALE—Expansion Flour, Corn Potatoes, and alt kinds of Feed, Cake 1 Salt, etc. y coal at $13.00 a Ton. BUY, all kinds of grain at the highest for Southwest Wheat Growers, and v Growers Co-Operative Association. hesitate to call on us when we can be oi to you. GUAM & SUPPLY CO. FOLLETT, TEXAS. Saturday Last Day of 89c Silk Sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 August 1925

mm •i - m. 3 3 AND FOLLETT TIMES — Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB BOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 20 1925, I Vol. 13, No. 40 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest, -of Follett and Liosgomh County- Ready to Combat More Shanghai Rioting AGAIN No-Water-Get ting to be a "Chestnut" m bottom well do Away with the Sahdpcint Going on the "Blink" v -v, H&|$. jgr"" . • - r Well, well, we don't know how been effecting some of you WATER PROPOSIT- DEEPENS as on Monday yesterday -it happened NO WATER. This of having water enough to t a fellow want more sot able to «et it is getting what some consider a oiw But we haven't dip hopes yet for the Town is filled to over with too many of the spirited peopfe who are E&G HEAD ON for a WELL with a much STORAGE TANK so of water will be doaiag when the nozel to liydmn is turned on-a A % come true. dear folks, we are going have a BETTER WATER i'EiM or we don't know the piople o! the best and Town on the Hi- A good fi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 August 1925

it T&r? two IT ** L1PSCOM6 LlMfi LIGHT FOLLETT riMtiS, 'iiitliLSUAY AUG 20. 1928 :'w: AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Third Zone - ..1.60 Fourth Zone 1.75 Fifth Zone. 1.86 Sixth and other Zones r 2.00 single Copies.. 5c C. At SKAQQ8, Pnbliahm. m Thnraday Moraiag ot fact Weak Entered as second class matter -at the Post office at Follett, Tex- July 31st 1918 under the of March 3/1879. i?v- ■■: sfc-.. Advertising Rates regularity in Lime S. C..: 20c advertising per. inch column 25c position per inch lurnn.... .25c readers per line 10c i of Thanks 50c for ads mast be in this office not later than Tues- ! run until ordered out. or money must be advertising to ra. Notes >, TEXAS, Aug. 17 rlhey, is in Shat- i . Dan tele- 's away. and Berth guests of Owen Tuesday from country home south erf here. Mary Minton returned home IfiglMdftyfrom Wichita, Kan.. has been visiting re- Rev, and Mrs. J. W. Wade, of /? Follett, were the pleasant guests at the Owen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 August 1925

.~rf;! Shattuck SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, I THURSDAY, AUG.. 20 1925 No 18 /The First Name To know the fellow that I meet, And meet him w^th a smile, And bot uifktrown to walk the street/ Unnoticed the'while- Ob* that's the road I .want to go, I want to have a friend or so. Tocall the fellows "Pete or Bill" K Not "Mister" ail the time, , Will keep me younger on the hill Of Iife_I have to climb— Will'make me feel a boy again, And do the iM&fefor other men Sam Ruffin and daughter, May, and son, Jimmy, left for a ten days business and pleasure trip to Wichita and Harris City. Mr. and Mrs, J' C. Howard, of Gage. Okla., have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Howard for the past few days. Miss Vera Campbell, who has been spending her vacation in California, returneg to her home the past week greatly enthusied over the trip. Roy Newman, who has been attending school at Norman, is spending his vacation with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. 0. C. To have men call me what they did Back there...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 August 1925

- v W&UR LIPSCOMB -jq limelight and follett — ■ ■ ■' ■,T> * ——■ 1'lMjfiS. ***u ' ■■ THURSDAY, AUG 20 1925 gg . lllfelj fpil liy ©Mobiloil SSPIISi? A full carload of Qargoyle Mobiloil THE increased demand for Correct Lubrication in this locality is our rea- son for having this solid carload of Mobiloil delivered. We have the correct grade for your auto- mobile, truck, tractor, or motorcycle. Congplt die Chart of Recommendations prepared by the Automotive Engineers of the Vacuum Oil Company. and 5-gal. cans, or 15-, 30?for 55-gal. steel drums (faucet attached). Now is the time to place your orderl Mobiloil Meii tit Hurt your nUt • v • TEXAS. Follett Produce Co. Dealer* Id CREAM, HIDES, POULTRY. EGGS AND FUR will at all times be paid for Produce (be be as loaf. If# have for sale, Oyster shell, Lee's Egg Maker, Llet Sttler and Separator Oil. Alio Agept for Champlin Gas aod Oils. Champlin Products will be delivered at once anywhere and at any time. W & WILSON, Mgrs., FOLLETT, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 August 1925

Lipscomb lime light and follett times, thuusdav, Aug 20, 1925 FIVE gPM - ' S® Town and Country Notes Choice and Up to Now .J m in Kollett Saturday from north of here trading with our "live wire" merchants. Perryton i Mrs. Jack Schuitz accom- panied by Miss Myra Dale •war*'--— ^ j , motored to Shattuck, Okla., ^r-$0 Lipscomb Saturday after- Tuesday evening to do a little sightseeing: * wasinfromwesi Mrs. W. L. Owen and daugb- looking after ter, K.i^tb, accompanied by Miss Iva Hill, were Follett business D« C. Crites, was a County visitor day evening. Geo. Travis was in lay on business. W. h. Sewell, made a business matters. much water did you get visitors Saturday afternoon from "*• a!-'k*': well to moisten the County Seat. and child- iil at this writing been called in. Marine Herron is visit- l-Wfoh Miss Ellen Teten at Okla., this week. G W. Maoson, the erstwith undertaker, of Shattuck, Okla., was in the Busy Town Friday afternoon having the Dyche funeral in change. and Mrs. A goodl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 20 August 1925

LIPSCOMB LiMK LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, _AUG, 20 m25 fe,;- ttention farmers We have just received a shipment of Hickory Lumber for double-trees and eveners. Wc 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 double-trees and eveners. We also have Oak Wagon Tongues and eaches. ite House Lumber Co R. N. COLEMAN, Manager. follett, Texas J == ■fa v.- : w « You Supporting Home Organization You will always find this elevator back of anything that will benefit the Farmer. WE HAVE FOR SALE—Expansion Flour, Com Meal' Graham, Potatoes, and all kinds of Feed, Oil Cake i Salt, etc. Bp coal at $13.00 a Ton. BUY, all kinds of grain at the highest price. a for Southwest Wheat Growers, and Growers Co-Operative Association. heittate to call on us when we can be oi to you. GRAIN & SUPPLY CO. FOLLETT, TEXAS. ass tji£t our Store is the one to go to If you want to save money as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 August 1925

s$\-; • \^V piSSfi 3 AND FCX.LETT TIMES • - -Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB ICOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, Af!G. 27 L925. Vol. 13, No. 41 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of FoJleti and Lioscomb County. mpr I hbi r1'. Which . Everybody - Shq Id get Bu-sy CONTRCT : Henry K-inser to go iness about waking * people of the have been doing the alter a "peppy'* JETING it seems men of this J Town r'have turn over all the etc., to Mr. .resident of this a good pro- m>«> it" as an individ- " a contract was. agreeable to i of this place. . was drawn up and Jf bloomin' person Town the first of fhefe he was given f to put his "John ; in black and Contract state that used, which by t good idea «as than peiqtie will have a g for water they !; As for the NO "STEEP- it water d.ues jm Gl fifty cents r one thousand soon as possible a STORAGE TANK. as also wiH a I OPEN BOTTOM put down along side well, and if these won't furnish the with enough water, one will be put do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 August 1925

TWO UPSCGMB UM£ LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY AUG 27. 1925 U ■' i%. y i&i£t 'M:'- m > A. UPSeOHB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES 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 5c C A. IXAQQS. Pnbhske*. rubliik«4 on Thursday Horning W«4* ol Back pp-s. 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. H Advertising Rates Display ads regularity in Lime light per inch S. C— 20c Spasmodic advertising per inch sitttfe coitunn.-'- 25c referred position per inch single column,.- - - -25c Local readers per line—10c Card of Thanks 50c Changes for ads must be in this .office not later than Tues- wm ran until ordered out. check or money must be sent with foreign advertising to Insure publication. PRESS ASSOCIATION w: % fs i. •- --x-i • ^ ■WH J- *3. w*" fjlK?* ■ ■>>' t Notes TEXAS, Aug. 24 .Gertrude Mfer- Webb and R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 August 1925

b. Shattuck VOL. 2 SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. AUG..'27 [925 No 19 Advertising Did It Wrigley, the chewing gum man has explained how hf built up a business of millions of packages a day. He has done it by sticking to (lis one line and advertising it. lie spends over a million dollars a year in buying newspaper space to tell the world about 5 cent ebewing gum and to chew Wrig- ley's. He didnH stop shouting as soon as he attracted attention J He says you must keep it up •the buyers will forget you. Whether yours is a 5 cent or a business, keep telling it. ^ . Baptist Church Notes 1 9:45 a. m. ling 11:00 — mm flir' ^^'iidHIIU' p , B. Y. P. U __7:30 p. m. Sunday evening preaching ser- vice on church lawn.8:30 p.m. ^ Prayer meeting every Wednes- 8:30 p. m. A welcome for everyone at all services. Ipf^isgyJc. Dan N. Curb, Pastor. Local Notes Short and Snappy Kinsman Is enjoying an visit from her mother, ison. Ware, of Fargo, is the goeyc bf her daughter this week, J L. Oakley. mond, Okla...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 August 1925

POUR LIPSCOMB 1.1 ME LIGHT AND fOLLBTT I'lMKS, THURSDA Y, Ai >7 192ft fcv; k f Your Car Overheats—? /^\ILS of low quality break down under V^/ the strain of hot weather operation. Brokendownoilmeansmetal-to-metalcpn* tact—burned-out bearings—bigrepair bills. The difference in long life and short life, high operating costs and low, motoring as a pleasure and motoring as a bother—depends on the quality of a thin -film of oiL The difference in, cost of low and high quality lubricants is negligible. Lubrication is one of the itemain car operation cost. But the results of Incorrect lubrication are out of all proportion to the difference in cost of good and poor oils. W**dl Lubrication Insurance—in the form of - Gargoyle Mobiloil. Well drain and refill your crank-case wkh the, correct grade of this bigh quality lubricating oil—you pay only for the oil. Then you can, forget lubrication—rexcept to replenish your supply as needed, with the same , grade of Gargoyle MobiloiL Lipscomb Notes ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 August 1925

m - - imm M LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG .21, 1925 FIVE Spi w Town and Country Notes Choice and Up to Now 'ter Every Met /r Vs. .J Mrs. Hanson'was very ill Fri- day and Saturday of the past Week. Firth was visiting with the Busy Town from ^Orthofhere Sunday. , southwest of here, been on the sick list fur length of time with mumps. Mr. and Mrs. C. H, V. Earl, .rere traders in from the farm north of here Saturday after- and Mrs. Dean Kiozelt business visitors in southwest of here expect to make a few weeks visit. | They took the Hi-Line from this | place. I When asked how he found i marriage one of our readers re-j plied: 'During courtship Ij talked and she listened. After! marriage she talked and I listen-; ed. Now we both talk and the i neighbors listen. j j Mrs. C. E. Baldwin, living near Logan, Okla., took the hi-! Line for Shattuck., Okla., Satur-' day at which place she will take J the train for Norfolk, Virgina, | to visit for a few weeks with re-' lativ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 August 1925

m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THUIiSI)AV\ AUG, 27 1925 -1r§5' ffe !vV' Attention farmers 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 double-trees and eveners. We al^o have Oak Wagon Tongues and Reaches. White House umber Co R. N. COLEMAN, Manager. T ollett, Texas MILLINfcRY OPLNING -Saturday- Nice Silk HoseFRKh] with Hats SATURDAY. Newest styles in Hats. Prom $2.00, $2.50 to $6 00. Latest Novelties in Slip- pers just arrived. From $3.75. $4.00 to $4.95. Big shipment of Dresses direct from New York. Famous Milltex line. Beau- tiful Colors and Materials $ J 5.00. Heavy Outing1 36-inch Short Length per yard at 19c All Colors in Sateen 50c value at 38c. 5uc Krispy Crackers at 40c. 1 gallon Solid Pack Black Berries - 65c. [Are You Supporting Home Organization You witi always fin...

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