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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 October 1925

;:Bh * ; ,3- . Shattuck SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY OCT 925 No 2 Baptist Church Notes usday School 9:45 a. m hing 11:00 c. 1 B. Y.P. Uw_ 7:30 p.m. ly evening preaching ser- on church Iawn_8:30 p.m. meeting every Wednes- 8:30 p. m. >tne for everyone ct all services. If —Dan N. Curb, Pastor. ferv ... jjtMIIHHIIIHflMltj Arkansas Diamonds The Arkansas diamond mine, in Pike county, lias produced several thousand diamonds equal In color to the best produced in other parts of the" world and 1 per cent harder than the hard- est from other parts of the world. In the Arkar^as diamond mines the gems have been found "in place," as the geologists put it, and nowhere else on this hemisphere have they been so found. The Arkansas mines are be- ing worked only enough to pay over- head, as the management has decided that tfie per load recovery of dia- monds is not sufficient to Justify the operation of the mines at this; time. 1 Notes and Snappy i iiiiii imimi : Eyes of Law res of the law, you aj...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 October 1925

W &U LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 1 1925 m S£l .• % •A- " "Better Re-Built Batteries" Just arrived "oodles' of'Battery Supplies such as Rubber and Wood Boxes of all kinds and sizes also Jars of all kinds. V • Remember that the Follett Batte.'y Works is able to repair your Batteries—it makes no differance if its you Car Battery; Farm Lighting Battery or your Radio Battery that's on the "blink" bring it in and have it fixed. All work guaranteed. Let us solve your come Jyour way. Battery problems when then* F. C. SKAGGS Follett, T axas Imke — President. Anderson —Vice Presi- ompson- bee. and Junior Class Meeting On Monday, Sept. 28th, the Junior Class, which has an en- rollment of eight, met to elect officers. The following' were elected. Delia Ruth dent. Helene Th 1reas. Ciarenc Harrelson - Sargeant- at-Arms. Evelyn Sewell - Press Reporter Mr. 11 ill —Sponsor. The class flowei is the red rose. After much discussion and even friendly disagreements, it was d...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 October 1925

LiPSCOMB LIME LltjHl' ANO FOlllfe TlMfcS, ti CTI-Wf.Vj y, Choice and Up to Now — jii oa&er was in from north among the Busy Town traders Busy Towu Monday trad- from the farm north of here Sat- urday afternoon. J* Heil was in from J Mr. and Mrs. M. Reynolds and Of here Tues-1 daughter, Miss Ruby, were seen mixing with. Busy Town mer- „ t- m chants from the farm east of here Cope was a Busy Town >m the farm west of here morning. j Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bruce were among those in from the farm south of here Saturday after- noon trading with Kollett's "live wiie" merchants. Saturday afternoon. was seen on the its from the farm of Lipscomb Monday. EVERY Probably one reason for the popularity of WRIGLEVS U tfcat it lasts ao long and returns such great dividends for so small an ouday. * It keeps teeth clean, breath sweet, appetite keen, digestion good. Fresh and full-flavored always in Its wax* wrapped package. rout hers was another of t fellows in Friday morn- after business mat- Jm p. i...

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

m r*v NfR LIPSCOMB LIME LlGHt ANb FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT, 1 195d5 >«■ /P —r T Now's TIME To do the small repair jobs about the h6me such as making the d^ors and windows tight to keep out the cold wind and snow, and repair- ing the roof for the same purpose. * These small repairing jobs will cut your coal i)ill down, so you better fix all the airhole while fthere is yet for winter is coming—be ready for it this year. White House Lumber Co R. N. COLEMAN, Manager. follett, Texas iS-- ..ARRIVED.. sees ■V?V . £ _ ■: IhM ",3 &S*ie ^ ^ - IBS IF 111 fC ; ANNOUNCEMENT We are .taking this means to inform the Buying Public that, we have recently purchased the City Meat Market which was formerly operated by Ehrlich & Laubhan and will continue to give< old customers as well as new ones the best possible service that can be rendered. -& . We carry at all times Fresh and Cured. Meats along with a good line of Fancy and Staple Groceries. Call In the nexjb time you are in tow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 October 1925

^'d§ 8 . I <" L/IJUIW JUL/1 « €9 si i, M FSfft AND FOLLETT TIMES mid—Vol. 4. ^o. 42 , FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB ICOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. OCT. 8 1925 Vol. 13, No. 47 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County. tu- rn be broken up this ig Winer By 1S1VE MEN Abundance of the Panhandle :e Money I be notable real estate the past week re- ft the sale of the seetion from Mrs. of Amarillo, to J Mr. heil is one of progressive farmers of of the country who tao abundance of faith sfeandle, and continues at farming and The east half and the west quarter of eleven, containing 800 was sold at the same - • W.F. Mar- that this broken up during j State.'and spring and cultivation. This land is known to all as the Alex t( the sale of which ing up of ariotber ling ranches in The- advent of ■r, the combine^harvest- ahd other power tmachinery, which makes " • for one man to do the of ten under the old together with the pos- t of wheat farming on our proba...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 October 1925

* s «• Two L1PS&0MB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT riM£>, Tf-iIJ\{SDAY OCT 8. 1925 mi---- v iW.';; B& %*['- IfcrV LIPSCOMB 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. 8XAG03, Publisher. faUiiktd ob Thursday Moraine ot Kaci Wl8t 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. Advertising Rates Display ads regularity in Lime Light per inch S. C 20c Spasmodic advertising per inch single column. 25c Perfarred position per inch :ngie column 25c Local readers per line 10c Card of Thanks 50c Changes for ads must be in this office not later than Tues- day night. All ads run until ordered out. Draft, check or money must be sent with foreign advertising to Insure publication. THE NMHilAflVtftMBf I AMERICAN PRE PRESS ASSOCIATION Lipscomb Laff-a Lots LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, Oct. 5— Announ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 October 1925

■ . - t 3HATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. OCT ' 8 1925 No $ ^ Baptist Church Notes iy School 9:45a m. I 11:00 c. _ U. 7:30 p. ra. evening preaching ser- church lawn_8:30 p.m. meeting every Wednes- 8:30 p. m. for everyone at all Curb, Pastor. The Thriving haying' built in its [Ostaniial bus iness Local Notes Short and Snappy heir son, i wife. LloyJ C it hoon and iSafex1 ♦♦HI I IMIMMIIIIIIIlH Miss Cline, high school teacher spent the week end in Alva. Miss Nina Helton, spent the week end in Canadian, Texas. Mrs. Margaret Dance, of Wichita, Kans., is the guest of Mrs. Oscar Barnett. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Calhoon of. Guymon, are the guest ol 12101 Reserve District, No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF Follett National Bank close of business on .-in the State of Texas, at the r, 1925. RESOURCES. discounts, including rediscounts, ac- of other banks, and foreign bills of or dftfts sold with indorsement of ik (except those shown in b c)_ - $ 173\69l,06 es of other banns di counted Com- il Paper 75,000....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 October 1925

potftl LIPSCOMB LiMELIGHT AND FOLLEtT TIMES. THURSDAY, OCT. 8 I92S rr FOLLETT BATTERY WORKS "Better Re-Built Batteries" Just arrived "oodles" of Battery Supplies such as Rubber and Wood Boxes of all kinds and sizes also Jars of all kinds. Remember that the Follett Battery Works is able to repair your Batteries- it makes no differance If Its you Car Battery; Farm Lighting Battery or your Radio Battery that's on the "blink" bring it in and have it fixed. All work guaranteed. i Let us solve your Battery problems when thev ^ comely our way. 1 F. C. SKAQQS .z, With the Lodges Follett I. 0. 0. F. Lodge meets every Thursday night. Follett Rebekah Lodge meets every first and third Tuesday night of each month. Lodge starts promptly at 7:30. Visitors are welcome in both Orders. Members are urged most ear- nestly to be present on ever meeting night. Windsor and Golden Br&ezes LOGAN, Okla,, Oct. 5th— Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Harlan and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Mc- Clurg and son, Kenne h, were Sunday gu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 October 1925

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, - OCT - 8 I92fr - Town and Country Notes Snappy., Choice and Up to Now H Schneider was in Tues- from southwest of here for time Meier was in with a wheat from southwest Town Tuesday. Laubhan was in from of the Busy Town trading. Ugle and familv were y afternoon from it of Follett trading. ghten was in 'Tues- farm west of Fol- for -a short time. irt Haines was in oon trading from nere for a short MEAL WMGLEYS day of here. Cecil Fiskin, of the Farmers Produce Co., took a truck load ;of poultry to Laverne, Okla., Monday morning returning later j in the evening. | The O. A. Crump Store don't : do things by halves so attend the Unusual Sale, you will be more than repaid. Adv. i Mrs. A. W. Kincade and chL- dren, Kay and Imogene, depart- j ed Saturday for Kansas City, for j a two weeks visit with Mrs. Kin- cade's mother, Mrs. Mina Igou. | Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sperry were in Saturday night from northeast of here taking in f Wanderer of the Was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 October 1925

Otammrnm* mmmM .«•: x -:v>^-- ;v>; AND frOLU&TT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT, 8 1925 •.' as matting .the doors and windows fight oat the cold wind and snow, and Repair- ing the roof for the same purpose. tiiiie small repairing jobs wilj cat your goal bill down, so you better fix all the airhole tfittfrflttei* is yet for winter is coining—be ready for it this year. House Lumber Co ft. N. COLEMAN, Manager. Foltott, Texas BIO SALE On SATURDAY Free Lunch at Noon with Hot Coffee 11"1 ■ ■ >; .r •■ * .■* , i> .hp i g - n i'!- oBmtmssxsmmss -A mm Mil m w mi:y m- SISP.t; >:/V vr??- wr . m*.- w mm. ANNOUNCEMENT to. inform thi " have recently purchasS^ tbe"City which was formerly operated by well as ne*tfonSstbe'birt ^possible tbat can be rendered!: ~ and S* Groc!rf 4 are In town , and let us -i Succeseersto TEXAS m UNUSAL SALE-BUY FALL AND WINTER GOODS AT SPRING SALE PRICES Our Store is chucked full of de- pendable Merchandise Sale Closes Mon- day, loth Received truck loads of Appl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 October 1925

1 AND FOLLETT TIMES FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB ^COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 15 1925. Vol. 13, No. 48 Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 Follett and Lwscomh Count \ Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Jtxns DevoteI Interest takes place the first Monday of f A IV F)\T November to try and get the II — p | two lines, the Santa Fe and Rockj Island to"hookon" instead of leaving a 15 mile gap betjveen the two lines. And if this desir- ed railway is made a "go of it" the length of the time in getting merchandise etc., to and from market will be much shorter MADE DEAN OF WOMEN SMILE eu Collected From Oa Exchanges. Busy Town Now and 'Cause They Have OF WATER sir use—Two Wells ig Business also the Meters as time rolls on the can well afford to last of having water for the past few weeks work going on at a lively the new five inch well windmill has already by the Water King, Kenser, and his iilg crew. This makes to furnish the pure water for s^l and if *t keep plenty of water another bloom'n one put down which shou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 October 1925

' - - •, V- * SI TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT COLLET I ITMES, mimSDAY OCT 15. 1925 aa^g& >;,y~ -. AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones.- - .$1.5^ rhird Zone. 1.60 Fourth Zone. — 1.75 Fifth Zone 1.85 Sixth and other Zones. 2.00 Sftiigle Copies 5c J. Lemoine, Ethel and Skaggs, Publishers. Fred h . Lemoio? Skaggs, Editor. Tknttei Moraiaf of Baa* Wiol ■fSf. aa second class iratter at the Post office at Kollett,iex- asonJuly 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3,1879. Advertising Rates ads regularlly in Lime h& C._ 20c advertising per inch 25c position per inch 25c per line 10c 50c ads must be in later than Tues- U ordered out. -money must be g to mb Laff-a Lots TEXAS, Oct. 12 Alex Laubhan, the funeral which was Lutheran , who has bed the improve# sons, re- the week they hav^ Patton, of Hig^ns, attending to oil Thurs- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jackson and children are visiting Mr., and Mrs. W. E. Jackson and family. Mr. Ed Apple was laid to rest in the German...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 October 1925

-V '■ - •' V ^ - • - A-. . a V-; ' - ' / Shattuck SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY. OCT 15 !<)25 No }iist Church Notes School _9:45 a m. .11:00 .. P. U 7:30 p.m. evening preaching ser- lawn_8:30 p.m. iting every Wednes- 8:30 p. m. for everyone at all N. Curb, Pastor. Miss Laura Young, has gone Dance, made a trip to Wood- to Wichita, and Pratt, Kansas, for a months visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. Tuckett, spent Sunday with Mrs. Puckett's parents in- Booker. Mr. and Mrs. Henry .Elfers of Logan, were the guest of Dr. E. M. Dance one day last week. Mrs. Lee west, of Diball Texas^ is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Oscar Barnett, and family. The Thriving having built in its HHial bus i n e s s tl Notes Ptef Swppy Mrs. Guy Winningham anu son, John L. of Follett, attended the Geo. Strauss salejasf Friday. Miss Belie Eifers and Mrs. Courtney, of -Logan, Okla., were Shattuck. visitors last ♦ ♦ week. Mrs. Quint, who has been visiting her son Sam Quindt, in Huthinson, Kansas, v returned Friday. Grandma He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 October 1925

LIPSCOMB LlMfiUtiHT rHUKSDAV, OCT. i5 1925 % Ji psl"'- gv.: -•. - . i- • :.;-U- - > • t*.. u ZA CM ** >7 i 'Zi d * • • *'▼>■■ 9.\ rOLLETT BATTERY WORKS "Batter Re-Built Batteries" Just arrived "oodles" of Battery Supplies such as Rubber and Wood Boxes of all kinds and sizes also Jars of ail kinds. Remember that the Follett Battery WorkiTis able ; to .repair your Batteries—it makes no differance if Us you Car Battery; Farm Lighting Battery or your Radio Battery that's on the "blink" bring it in and have it fixed. All work guaranteed. Let us solve your Battery comefrour way. problems when they F. C. SKAQQS Follett* Texas With the Lodges Follett I. O. O. F. Lodge meets every Thursday night. Follett Rebekah Lodge meets every first and third Tuesday night of each month. Lodge starts promptly at 7:30. ...Visitors are welcome in both Orders. Members are urged most ear. nestly to be present on ever meeting night. Operated On There is nothing to it the Busy Town is coming to the fro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 October 1925

&a," LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT 15 1926 FIVE ±rum and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Gadberry was in Folleti (rt time trading from pas a Foilett busi- in from northeast of ' V •'; -' aer was ln^from south- >Uett Saturday trading life , \ , was in Saturday Okla., trading and W. H. Sewell made a > to the County Seat week. it was seen in southwest of here rnoon. was seen on the streets Saturday qlheje.* Newman, was a Busy visitor ffom Shat- Monday morning. >n was also one of in from west 'Town Saturday trad- rr- • _ Clark was visiting f friends from her home 11 of here Saturday after- it was in from the S of here Monday trad- looking §fter business in Satur- from southeast off I^Temn. trading for a i . ** ... Owen and daugh- , were dinner nd Mrs. Elver . ST'- -fFiZJ-.' ^ V teen on the i streets from the farm t Saturday afternoon bscribe fellows Jack Nagle has the past week' " teii lor Fol SB. - Mrs. Ed Schneider farm west of afternoon ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 October 1925

j. 8t£ LIPSCOMB L1MK LIGHT AND FOLUCTT TIMES, THURSDAY. OCT. 15 l;)25 28 : «■• mr - Now's THE TIME To do the small repair jobs about the home such as taking the doors and windows trght to keep out the cold wind and snow, and repair- ing the roof for the same purpose. These,small repair ng jobs will cut your coal bill down , so you better fix all the airhole while'there is yet for winter is coming—be ready for it this year. White House Lumber Co - R. N. COLEMAN, Manager. PoHett, Texas .J BIQ SALf STILL ON POLKS ARE COMING FOR MILES BLANKETS AT 25c SA\TING ON THE DOLLAR Naushua 66x80, 4-pound $2.95, Pink or Blue Border 72x80 $2,69 ALL HEAVY JERSEY GLOVES 15c Rose Potatoes $2.25, 100- pounds by the sack, figuits $1.35 a bushel. fPlgf m m ANNOUNCEMENT tW* are taking this means to inform the Buying Pi|bJle tb*t we have recently purchased the City jtfiat Market which was formerly operated by .!'Ehrlich & Laubhan and will continue to give old : customers as well as new ones the best po...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 October 1925

<9 C9 L3 Isli AND FOLLETT TIMES -Vol; 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB ICOUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 22 L925. Vol. 13, No. 49 Official Paper of Lipscomb Countv, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of hollett and Lioscomb County- the Busy- Town mpsm The Wood Furniture Co. has a most beautiful line of furniture; D. O Will ams handles a most beautiful line of jewlery that is the envy of all; look where you will and you won't find a better line of hardware than at the Montgomery Hardware Co., while if its flour, feed etc. the Sharon Grain Co., and Farmers Grain & Supply are alwavs ready to fill your needs, and you know plenty of oil, etc., can be had from* the Magnolia Oil Co. If the bloomin' auto is on the blink the mechanic a$ E. E. King Garage will "locate the trouble" in no time but if its the batterv that has.gone "blowie" the Fol- tet Battery Works will rebuild it if necessary. If you need coal, lumber or windmills, etc., the Panhandle Lumber Co., and the White House "has it." Col. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 October 1925

mm- SM ps., ->,v" 1?" K# '"r 'sgi [V„-V. two LIPSCOMB UiE LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES." £1rat 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- J. Lemoine, Ethel and Fred Skaggs, Publishers. J.Lemoiee £kaggs, Editor. , * ' ■ : • Ttotdlf Moraiag of Kac*. as second class natter office at Follett, Tex- 31st 1918 under the of March 3,1879. Advertising Rates ^ "'TV Display ads regularlly in Liroe * h S. C, 20c advertising per inch n 25c position per inch 25c per line 10c _ 50c for ads must be in sot later than Tues-. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FULL hi i1 V riMES, THU tiSDA Y OCT 22. 1925 Mrs. Cecil Coulrup, went to FoJlett. Tuesday to visit her sis- ter, Mrs. Courtney. Ben Wood is building an ad- dition on Mr. Clem's house this week. W. R. Hill, of Lipscomb, was, Darrouzett business man Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Barnes, went to Follett, Monday on business. Mr. Phebus and wifj were trading in Darrouzett Thu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 October 1925

4*.r Siftings 2 SHATTUCK, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY OCT 2 L<)25 No 5 iptist Church'Notes 'School 9:45 a m 11:00 i _ U.~ —--7:30 p. m. $ iy evening preaching ser- church lawn_8:30 p.m. meeting every Wednes- 8:30 p. m. for everyone at all Dan N. Curb, Pastor. take his annual course in Medical College. Mrs. John Elder, having fin- ished her course in marcelling, re- turned Saturdav, from Wichita, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ribelin, who have been visiting relatives here left for their in Herrington, Kansas. Mioses Edith Buttler and Ruth Hutson, teachers in the Gage school, were Shattuck shoppers Saturday. Mr. H. T. Wright and S. C. Grreenlee, made a broomcorn Thriving j trip to Beaver County, the first !of the week. The "Laugh a Lot-Club" met with Mrs. B, F. Shapley last week, and report an exceedingly enjoyable time. Mrs. Lloyd Calhoon, who has been to Trinidad, Colo., te at- tend the funeral of her brother- in-law, returned Sunday evening. Fred Ribelin has bought, what is known as the Norf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 22 October 1925

i§g&£". lifer POUR LIPSCOMB LlMELiGHt AND FOLLETT flMES. TilIJRSDAY, & -m-M-' SSfe If It's a Fitz IT FITS Unusually Low Prices on our Complete Stock of Fall Merchandise. ALL SALE PRICES ON TILL SATUR- DAY NITE, OCT. 2 4th. Extra Special 1 Lot of Ladies and Misses Pumps Oxfords and Shoes O n e-half Price STAR BRAND 0. A. CRUMP Follett, vTexas ippi - Vifi Viii m ■ -Sr • ' ~ u With the Lodges Follett I. O. O. F. Lodge meets every Thursday night. Follett Rebekah Lodge meets every first and third Tuesday night of each month. Lodge starts promptly at 7:30. Visitors are welcome in both Orders. Members are urged most ear- nestly to be present on ever meeting night. Baptist Church Notes. MORNING SERVICE Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m EVENING SERVICE Preaching at 8:00 p. m. Don't fail to come. Yours for the Master J. Will Wade, Pastor. If you are looking for a good place-to trade comfe to the Busy Town. an ; ,t -v-.; Mk - ■ "4%. *k:? sfc m. Rn Don'U Forget That I. KING'S ...

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