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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 June 1927

" ~ - LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES; THURSDAY, JUNE 23 1927 FIVE Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now * Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Riffle were Follett tiaders and visitors for a We haven't any driving horses to frighten at firecrackers on the shcrt time Friday afternoon frcm 'Fourth, but there are usually northeast of here. " - Mr. and Mrs. Ira Spangle and children were Follett traders for a short time Saturday afternoon from southwest of here. Mrs. W. J. Hennigh whoes home is in the extreme north part of Follett was reported to be on the sick list this week. enough amateur racers at large to make the.holiday as exciting as it was in the good old days. Miss Pearl Fox, of the Busy Town went to the County Seat.. ! Friday night where the young 1 idy will be with her grandma, I Mrs. W. ,B. Hopper who lives near Lipscomb during harvest. Mrs. Frank Terrell of southwest of the Busy Town was in at- tendance at the services at the Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Fox and sons, Charles and C...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 June 1927

jMkBm v V v SIX mats* LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND F0JX8TT TIMES, ■ j .li\M f.l!lBU!L.- ■'■' !"■'? '■'■ == THURSDAY, JUNE 23 1927 ,~~g Midwest Canning Co. Buys'96 —and the first one is still in service Let This Proof Guide' Your Choice — 1 4 13 •' 7 27 25 19 purchased in 1919 1920 1921 1922 1923 1925 1926 << << << << n «< «< « « << 96 Total in 7 years You are out to make money t^ie sameas.tlie Midwest Canning Co., Rochelle,-Ill. They demanded "proof by performance" of what a tractor will do. Now they depend on Twin Citys tec a use 7 years use has demon- strated that they "do the work" steadier,'faster, with greater economy, and longer life—that means bigger profits. ^ Come in and see why a Twin City Tractor will help you make more profit from your farm. YouH be in- terested in its value-in-head motor, pressure lubri-* eating system and many other features. F.H. RUSSELL — > V ; J' . " ' - Follett, * Texas TWIN r ci c tors ' «pbr Classified Wants fr 3...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 June 1927

3 AND FOLLETT TIMES m eH iiSSJ! ! -i— —— - - - - - - - ■ Herald-Vol. 4. No, 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JUNE. 30 1927 Vol. 15, No. £3 Sff"* . 7 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County- * — " ; ( THE FOURTH SOON HERE Monday, July Fourth is the Dav^ to Celebrate A HOLIDAY FOR ALL Fourth of- July Marks the Day the Declaration of In- dependce was Signed HARK YE SOLD OUT ALL IS SET JUNE 13TH For a Grand and Glorious | Northwestern Telcphon Com Celebration at Canadian pany Sells to Panhandle ; Telephone &Telegravh .. Company The Fourth of July is no sur- face affair, though it may seem ti be from the manner in which we indulge in the lighter moods of celebration. But- we know that when we celebrate, we are recognizing the national day of a practical nation in a practical way. The men who framed the Declara- tion of Independence faced a crisis and they had to deal with it in a practical way. The succeeding' years...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 June 1927

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIME.' SUBSCRIPTION RATES Plr;<|«nd Second Zones Third Zone Fourth Zone Fifth Zone Sfccth and other Zones _ Sample Copies ETHEL and FRED SKACri.s Publishers Ktbel J. Skagg-. _ — Editor Fred C. Skaggs G ener&'l Manager Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week s. Entered sa second clas; matter at I thjo post office at Follett, Texas, on' July 81st 1918 under the Act of Cougrwtt of Match 3, 1879. LIPSCOMB UME feJLfi&T FOLLETT TIMES JUNE 30 1927 THURSDAY There's Si.50 cAll Over BRADLEY-VROOMAN 1 - WkMl - r PAINT A!) Panhandle Rodeo Whether you judge it from Advertising Rates Dispaly ads regularly in Lime Light per inch, S. C. 20c Spasmodic advertising per inch, single column 30c Preferred position per inch, single column : 25c Local reader:.per line 10c Card of Thanks 50c Changes for ads must be in this of- fice not later than Monday night. All ads run until ordered out. Draft, check or money must be sent with foreign advertising to in- sure ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 June 1927

— LIPSCOj^lLIMp LIGHT AND FQLLflTT TIMES, THURSDAY. 1927 THREE To farmers Dealers in Grain, Flour, Feed,Coal, Mobil Oil and etc. Highest Market Price pa^d for Grain at all times. We Appreciate Your Business Farmers Grain & Supply Co. Follett, Texas Atta Boy! Wasp$ That Eat Melal _ An insect known as the steel wood wasp cflfl -do considerable damage to lead. A niece of pine wood Infested with larvae of this wasp had been used n.-j a core on which to roll some sheet lead. When, on reaching maturity, they attempted to escape, they cut. through the lead instead of traveling lengthwise through the wood. Each sheet of metal was one tenth of an inch thick, and the insects pene- trated 1") thicknesses of le: ,\ before escaping. Couldn't Be Wrong Once when James (later Viscount) Bryce, author of "The American Com- monwealth," was going from Boston to Mount Desert by steamer, he fell into conversation 'with a young fellow traveler and the talk chancing to turn on a point of American const...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 June 1927

« "-V f FOUR LIPSCOMB UMEUj^^AND^LLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JUNE 30 1927. awauk Big Dance J ON Friday Night July 1st At the Imke & Duffy Hall Lots of, goob Music. A good time far ail is assured. Able Floor Managers will be there. Sheriff's Notice ; equality of opportunity. Self-; : government, the right to "life, of Election liberty and the pursuit of hap.; piness," the great federal princi: Notice is hereby given thaw an pa] an<j representative govern- election will be^held on the 9th, nient--—these are some of the day of July, 1927,' at,the school blessings that Americans should i house now Jn Common School think of when they celebrate the District No. Three of this*county, Fourth. to determine whether a majority — - of the legally qualified property taxpaying voters of said district desire the issuance,of bonds, numbered consecutively from 11 j 33, both inclusive, of the deno- mination of $200.00 each, ag- gregating $6600.00, to bear interest j Cummings of the University of Ari...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 June 1927

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMSS; THURSDAY* JUNE 30 smmmssss 1927 FIVE . .. -,™ Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now Jack Barton, of the Barton 'roduce Company of this place motored to. Woodard, Okla., with a truck load of Pro- duce Fri 9 iy afternoon. a Mr and Mrs. C. K. Patton of ibis place motored to Woodward, Okla., Friday afternoon to attend to some business matters, return- ing later in the evening. Mr. £h'd Airs. Dean King of Loyal, Okla. who have been visit tag home folks of the Busy Town for the past few days le!t Satur- day for their home at Loyal. Me. and Mrs. Art Becker and ( family of their most pleasant county home southwest of here' were Busy Town visitors and tra- ders for a few hours Saturday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Schultz of this place motored to Shattuck, town of Canadian, to atlerd to some business matters. Mr. Stra- der is in (he business to sell E ectric Light; Plants and Frigi- daires and elsewhere in this issue of Lime Light you will ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 June 1927

£>*~; W LIPSCOMB LtSlE LIGHT FQUuBTT TIMB3, THOR3DAY, JUNE 30 1927 Midwest Canning Co. Buys* 96 TWIN CITY Tractors in 7 Years ••and the first one is still in service Let This Proof Guide Your Choice — 1 purchased in 1919 4 13 7 27 25 19 a a a « <« H << 1920 1921 1922 192 1925 1926 96 Total in 7 years You are out to make money the same as the Midwest Panning Co., Rochelle, 111. They demanded''proof by performance" of what a tractor will do. Now they depend oh Twin Citys because 7 years use has demon- strated that they "do the work" steadier, faster, with greater economy, and longer life—that means bigger profits. Come in and see why a Twin City Tractor "will help you make more profit from your farm. You'll be in- terested in its value-in-head motor, pressure lubri- cating system and many other features, F.H. RUSSELL Foliett, 1 Texas TWIN 21 ctor: mi fr i The Place to Come We have a nice line of goods—on hands. Also new spring a nice as- sortment dresses. of ready-to-wear ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 July 1927

Sm y Wm, mm 3 €9 C9 C9 ,„ ,BIF AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 7 1927 Vol. 15, No. 34 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomh County. LIPSCOMB IN BRIEF Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. MERE AND THERE About People You Know, Pithy Points—Paragraph- ed to Please You. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, July 4 —Mrs. J. G. Elliot and children aeeompained by her brother, of Rosebud, New Mexico, came in Friday via auto to visit the Elliots. Bill Turner, was in Darrouzett Wednesday morning. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roger a boy, June 29. Alex Hale, of Canyon, spent the week-end with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Burt McClure went to California this week. Mr. fi. B. Roberts, was a Fol- lett, visitor Wednesday evening. Elise Loyd entertained her fri- ends at her house Thursday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Minton were in Higgins, one day this week. Harvey Palmer, of Pampa, spent the week-end with re- lative...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 July 1927

two U.BTT TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 7 1927 / M m i LIPSCOMB LIME UGHT ANlf FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES Fir:t and Second Zon 3 $1.50 Tfcird Zone i-i :—- 1.60 Jfcutih Zone — 1-"° Fifth Zone — 1*85 Sfcctn end ether Zones 2.00 Sample Copies 6? ETHEL ar-d FRED SKAGGS Publisher* Ethel J. Skaggs, — Editor Fred C. Shaggs __ General Managei Published on Thursday Morning ol Each 'Week ' ^.1 I' t Entered a3 second cl*83 rnbtter at the post of5.ee at Follett, Texas, on July 31st 1918 under the Act oi Congress 6f March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates Dispaly ads regularly in Lime Light per inch, S. C. v. _20c Spasmodic advertising per inch single column -30c Preferred position per inch, singl column \ 26 Local readers per line 1C Card of Thank's -60 Changes for ads must be in this oi fice not later than Monday night. All ads run until ordered out. Draft, check or money must be sent with foreign advertising to in- sure publication. NO PERIOD WITHOUT CRADLE AND BABY Foraicn Advertising Repre*ent«trv« !...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 July 1927

UPSCQMJB I4ME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, JULY ,? 1927 THREE SPSS Dealers in Grain, Flour, Feed,Coal, Mobil Oil and etc. Highest Market Price paid forGrainat all times. We Appreciate Your Business Farmers Grain & Supply Co. Follett, Texas j 'jf ST We are dow ready to buy Cream, Eggs and Poultry and we will pay the highest price possible for"same. You will find us located one door north of the Post Office. •: ic i .J- We will treat youtfair and square and give you the best of service. A trial will convence you, so'come in. ARMOURS CREAMERY CO. JACK BARTQN, Mgr., Foilott, Texas A.:3 WHY BAKE? ■-? When you can buy such wholesome and tasty foods as we have a£ all times for you, such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cookies and many other good eats. We Also Serve f r \ . Regular Dinners and Plate Lunch that suit your taste. Att-eat^bies prepared neat and c&an and served to you justlike mother use to serve long ago. RTS BAKERY & LUNCH < ROOM Alva Adam*, Prop. Follett, Texas j ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 July 1927

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AWDifOLLBTT TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 7 1927; ■or/tndM^ r>■!■■■!'iii PRINTERS' INK HAS been respoiv sible for thcx -ands of business successes throughout the country Everybody in town may know you but they don't know what you have to sell. Advertising Will Help Yso ;v>' USE - ^ fr Fresh as Spring A dress suit of clothes that come3 from our shop cle&aed and pressed is as fresh as Spring its self. You -can't enter Into the spirit of the season if the thought haunts yon that yomclothing ing is not neat and clean. You'll feel better, and you'il look better and be better satisfied with yourself if your clothing is immaculate—and dry tleaning makes it that way. CITY BARBER SHOP BYARS & DUNCAN Follett, Texas Ui~ Could Stand One More Period of Bickering Here's one they tell about a Holyoke police officer, according to the Springfield Tcion. it wag in midwinter. There had been a heavy snowfall, and the weath- er was bitter cold at two o'clock in the morning when ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 July 1927

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES; THL'KSIMY, JULY mth* 1927 FIVE |Vn eye for an eye, a tooth for I Mr. Tbeo Duncan find family, :a \ooth--But what about a life1 accompanied by L. S. Spauldwin it K far a life?. ' Rev. and Mrs. L. A. Roll spent Tuesday afternoon atKHiding to business matters in Higgins. A large crowd of^foung folks attended tife dance at the Imke and Duffy Hall Friday night. M. E. Wa%r was in Tuesday morning from north of the Busy Town for a short time ti ading and attending to business mat- ters. Mr and Mrs. Wm. French and j naturally have to wonder back to children of northeast of thiaman'a | the Busy Town ever so often to the Rodeo" at i take a birds-eye-view of our prc- Studer's Fourth. and family motored to Laverne, Okla., where we understand thai they played in the Laverne, Base Ball Club. A mighty fine tirr.e was cep'orted at Lavenne. You can just tell the world that those Laverne fellows knows how to do their stuff. Mrs. C. d. Coultrup, a sister, of Mrs. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 July 1927

ir HME LIPSCOMB LIGH.T A.NO, F TIMES; THURSDAY] JULY 7 1927 Midwest Canning Co. Buys' 96 TWIN CITY Tractors in 7 Years --and the first one is still in service «£. -■ Let This Proof Guide Your Choice -- 4 1 purchased in 1919 4 << " 1920 13 " 1921 7 it « 1922 27 tt « 1923 25 tt V 1925 19 a « 1926 96 Total in 7 years You are out to make money the same as the Midwest Canning Co., Rochelle, 111. They demanded "proof by performance" of what a tractor will do. Now they depend on Twin Citys because 7 years use has demon- strated that they "do the work" steadier, faster, with greater economy, and longer life—that means bigger profits. Come in and see why a Twin City Tractor will help you make more profit from your farm. You 11 be in- terested in ita value-in-heaa motor, pressure lubri- cating system and many other features. F H. Follett, t Texas rr a Follett's Reliable Store" S- W- GRACE Follett, - Texas. % Classified Wants Wants under this head at the very reasonable rate of 7ic per l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 July 1927

S|BI - I £5 AND FOLLETT TIMES ferald-—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 14 1927 Vol. 15, No. ; 5 OlTicial Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomh County, COMB IN BRIEF . Turned in by Our Regular Correspondent. HERE AND THERE Li., wi «-*- FOLLETT'S Letter From Mr. Cobb About People You Know, Pithy Points—Paragraph- ed to'Plcase You. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, July 11 Mr, and Mrs Ben Dorsey and son Frank, Mr.' and Mrs. Bob Dorsey returned Tuesday morn- ig from Canadian where they spent 2, 3 and 4tb, at the Rodeo. Henry Hill spent the last of the week in Canyon with friends. Mr. and Mi*. Dan Turner were la Candian Wednesday afterrioorj Mr. .and Mrs. Wm. Hamker were trading in Higgins Saturday. Jim Laurie made a bnsiness trip to Higgins Friday afternoon. Miss Dulcie Turner was in Canadian one day this week shop* Q« .\ iterber made a • business trip toAaarillo, Texas. Saturday night. v T Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Merriam spent several d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 July 1927

■« ^TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TfMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES Fir.t and Second Zone3 $1.50 Third Zona —4-60 3'aarth Zone lath Zone «.—r S f h and other Zones 2.00 Ss&Aple Copies 1 . 5c ETHEL and FRED SKAGGS Publishers ijthel J. Skaggs, Editor Fred C. Skaggs __ General Manager LIPSCOMB LIMIS LlGHT^FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY JULY 14 1927 > ■ ' J^nr" ' ______' ' Published on Thursday Morning of Each Week Entered as second cia3s matter at the post office at Follett, T«xas, on Jftly 31st 1918- under the Act of Cohgress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates Dispaly ads * regularly in Lime Light per inch, F>, C.^_ 20c Spasmodic advertising per inch, single column : 30c Preferred position per inch, single column 25c Local readers per line 10 Card of Thanks 50i Changes for ads must be in this of fice not later than Monday night. All ads run until ordered out. Draft, check or money must be sent with foreign advertising to in- sure publication. Nice Shower of . Rain Sunday Night j Sund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 July 1927

LIPSCOMB LIME UGffT 4ND FOLLETT TIMES. THURSDAY, tULV 14 192} THREE ■^g|pvr- -F; t ■ si■ Wim To farmers - \ Dealers in Qrain, Flour, Feed, Coal, Mobil Oil and etc. Highest Market Price paid for Qrain at all times. ► . We Appreciate Your Business Fanners Grain & Supply Co. Follett, Texas J .! ' ■ Z 0M Atta Boy! We are now ready to buy Cream, Eggs and Poultry and we will pay ,the highest price possible for'same. You will find us located one door north of the Post Office. We will treat you^fair and square and give you the best of service. A trial will eonvence you, so'tcome in. ARMOURS CREAMERY CO. JACK BARTON, Mgr, Follott, Texas <fe W * WHY BAKE? When you can buy such wholesome and tasty foods as we have at all times for you, such as Bread, Cakes, Pies, Cookies and many other good eats. We Also Serve Regular Dinners and Plate Lunch that suit your taste. All eatables prepared nesflf*and clean and served to you just like mother use to serve long ago. v.-; RIP'S. BAKERY & ^Iv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 July 1927

T" ■S% POUR LtP3C0MS LtME LtGHT ■as V •* fc • * i4-' -?*■ m MS /r kgg^S ;:•• R|S&£ Fresh as A dress suit of clothes that comes from our shop cleaned and pressed is as fresh as Spring its self. You ean'i eater into the spirit cf the season if the thought haunti you "thit' your clothing ing is not neat and'clean. You'll feel better, and you'll look better and be better-' satisfied with yourself if your clothing is immficula-te^-a&d7 dry cleaning makes it that way. CITY BARBER SHOP BYARS & DUNCAN Follett, - Texas ©AY; JULY 14 1927. mmam mam . —r*" irrimnmii I'lim at Shave ™TT = It Pays to Keep Neat .. When in need of a soothing shave or stylish haircut don't forget us, we are t your service. Ladies hair bobbing* r: .. SPECIALITY. Your patronage highly appreciated. "We also carry a complete line of up-to-date magazines* Sanitary Barber Shop "Charity?* Much ~More Than Material Help Charity is « much abused word Tttr#* afe mfiny jfc&o&f'VTiobelieve lt*:ieoatoikte3tk>...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 July 1927

TIMES; TBU RKlM Yi, JUL V _ H .1927. F1VB per WiT--:' W&?: m S. S. Riffle was among those in !joyable time visiting with Mr. trading from northeast of Foliett) Young and taking a birds eye-view for a short time Friday morning, of the Busy Town. Come again , o «r ^ a I folks, the gates of the Busy Town Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Graee^and are ^ tQ ^ children, Were Shattuck, Okla.. visitors and sight seers Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Hill and daughter, Jaunita, attended the ball game Sunday afternoon Shattuck, Okla. Mr. and Airs. W. P. Quite a number of the town? people and country fuiks motored to Shattuck, Okla., Sunday after- noon where they witnessed a very good ball game between the Fol- a lett Suggers and the Shattuck team. The ^core being at the end Freeman of the of the game 5 to 3 in Shat- and children were Follett traders tuck's favor. The Lime Light Saturday morning from north- Staff was also among the number east of of this man's town. that attended the game which Mrs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 July 1927

«r;; m Llf&ddivtg LtttE LtdfiT AND F( msL ESttfigB THQHS0AT; siesgtesissss JULY Midwest Canning Co. Buys!96 TWIN CITY Iractors in 7 Years V —and the first one is still in service rr Q Let This Proof Guide Your Choice - - v 1 purchased in 1919 4 «< u 1920 13 ft a 1921 7 tt 4t 1922 27 tt 4f 192* 25 tt 44 1925 19 it it 1926 96 Total in 7 years _ You are out to make money the same as the Midwest Canning Co., RochelTe, 111. They demanded "proof by performance" of what a tractor will do. Now they depend on Twin Citys because 7 years use has demon- strated that they "do the work" steadier, faster, with greater economy, and lpnger life—that means bigger profits. Come in and see why a Twin City Tractor will help you make more profit from your farm. You 11 be in- terested in its value-in-head motor, pressure lubri- cating system and many othej features. F.H. RUSSELL Follett, t Texas Thrpsher ~r The Place to Come We have a nice line of new spring goods—on hands. Also a nice as- sortment...

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