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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 12 January 1928

tm Town and H,/ m arrived rnto the Busy Town via auto Tuesday.night to spend a few days visiting at the Kincade home of this city. Mr. Kincade's brother, seems to think a good deal of this part of the Panhandle and we're bl omin' glad to have Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Crump, of !er of the Follett National Bank, Follett autoed to Buffalo, Okla., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.'A. C. Teler and little daughter,.were Woodwaid, Okla., visitors for a short time the first of the week. Born-To Mr. and Mrs. Geo. him visit the Busy Town. Froster a girl on Monday, Jan. j This week ihe Lime Light re- 9th. Mother and litt e one 0in£ grets very much to inform our nicely at this writing many readers that CUborne Mar- S. W. Grace and family mo'or. tin, son of of Mr. and Mrs. ed up near Gray, Gkla.. Sunday Henry Lloyd of Corlev, Texas, to spend the day visiting home of Mrs. TW - OLE JQEDUCH / - --I" ^ EP AW1B0CMS, euft\0u9 . "V KWOVJ VJUAvTS UP, \ DO.'sir >A\UO ADKA\*rT\UN mt Vk\ ABOUT ^ DO A wt P£A>£T\S£ FCOAA...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 12 January 1928

it Credit a Bis Factor The man who lives by honest work, Who pays^hJs debts and does not shirk, Who builds a credit in "advance Can take advantage of business chance; The man who works and plans and schemes; But has no'credit/only'dreams Of! things, he^hopes to some day do Wbile.he with'credit puts'them thru. The First National Bank is ready to go With honest men who ability show. The First National Bank Darrouzett, Texas ■</ Resources Over $200,000.00 Fr*ok fi. Eruu, PBES. GuriWinninftham, CASHIER L L* Draper, VICE'PRES. Chas. T. Philips, Ass't Cashier 4 Removal Sale EVERY THING MUST GO—IN HEAVY GOODS Blankets, winter underwear, Ladies coats. Ladies Hats, Mens & Boys Sheep lined & Overcoats, Swea- ters, Lumberjackts. In fact all winter goods, as Un. beard of low prices to move quick. Some at fraction of original cost. Come You Will Be Surprised At Low Prices We Win Make. - _ Starting Friday, Jan. 6th Carpsnters are waiting to make many changes we have In mind for our sto...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

t 3 1 i d9i AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY. JAN 19 1927 6 £ at*? Vol. 16, No lQ Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomh County • • •• ill IN BRIEF From Our Regular Corre- spondent About People You Know, Pithy Points—Paragraph^ .„• edtto Pkase UPSCOMB, TEX AS,-Jan. 16 Mr. and Mrs. W K. barton, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Barton and Mrs. J. T, Hill amended the funeral of a relative at Dodge CJty, Kans., Sunday > " Mrs. Leslie Owens, spent the week-end at home. J. B. Turner and Opal, were in Canadian, Thursday. Jim Keffer. of Shattuck,rOkla., was in town Tuesday. M. Pete Beum was a Follett visitor one day this week. Ruth Owen"was the guesi.^of Nauasa Legg Friday and' Satur- day. Art . urnei and Bill Rice made a trip to Quinland Okla., Wednesday* Mr. Wm Hamker and daugh- ter, Aileen, were Canadian, visit- ors Thursday. The small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Weidner was buried tee Monday. Mr. and...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

mmm &Sm*mrn LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT and follett times SUBSCRIPTION RATES £irat and Seoond Zones $1.50 HirtJ Zone 1.60 PoSrt&.-Zone 1-7° Fifth Zone 1-8.5 S«th and other Zones, 2.00 Copies oc ETHEL and FRED SKAGGS •4 Publishers - Skagga, Editor I?re4 C, Skaggs General Manager Ptofe&fc**! on Thursday Each Week Morning of g&tered *3 second class matter at past'Ofdce at Follett, Texas, on Slat 191-8 under the Act of £$agreaa of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rate* Dispaly ad9 regularly in Lime Lteht' per inch, S. C. ; 20c apaaiawtic advertising per inch, ip 30c f&ffed po'sition per inch, single Qolunjn 25c Local readers per line — 10c of Thanks 50c ♦ Changes for ads must be in this of- JSec jiot later than Monday night. Atf>.adk run until ordered out. Drift, check or money must be ••nt with foreign advertising to in- publication. ' does the r-vr r '?e man know of : God and His ways? Test your* .self by answering these questions, iand then cogi ate upon how little you reall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

I- 1 % mm. >8* Having recently purchased The City Tailor Shop we wish to sojieit your patronage. We will do Cleaning, Pressing and Altering. Work Called for and Delivered. TEETER & BEUM, Prop. Phone Z^o. 23 City Tailor Shop, "follett, Texas Feurte&i miilioti bobbed heads itt ...tbd United States? There must be niori'o that Of a yopulatiozrof about f'12Q$p0,00Q, surely-.half the people are. ...women. ■Z't'fP •M-&' &' •< W '■ - ? JJ •% J k'x.,. v*f .' i y •* L *f ■ Baking to Please Our Patrons ' The Consistent Policy of Rip's Bakery That's the reason our customers . tell their friends a- bout our wholesome bread and delicious pastry nn i thf>y in turn become regular patrons. Try some of our baked goods and we feei thai you, too, will become one of our regular customers. RIP'S BAKERY Alva Adams, Prop. Follett, Texas . Animal psychology inay find some- thing worth observing In the wariness of the quail. ,.4fter thi ' first three days of the guniilng "sessop the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

W?" Y HP- *r-V pmtmmmmmi twOimL'-iL1.1*" From Mussolini * It6ki<? to tk<* mikado's, one touch cf hah? mslce* all! the world akin. ' Ifak Town" Birthplace of Nation'$ Groat*ft \ i -ckued hiefc tew? Uaa lately <fe*9ene * source of great lnsptrattea 1*9 professional bmaoruts, j I tbwci say the various naera fitij* convenient formula, Ui a where « backfire ia neTer wis.- foria pistol shot; where bed- if orthodox; where woodpeefc- ug the depot;, where central k tell jfou whether It was a girl («T •- hoy; where the neighbors will yon with a conscience if yon one; where there la do parking, fprobtein;where * curfew disturbs r ife* residents' rest; where fine-cut t tobacco is no handicap socially, |«B4 so on> and on. f With no intention of becoming ter- \&>tj heavy over the matter, we want that a hick town Is a place twenty-six of our twenty-nine US were born and where seven «f ten of the Immortals in New t'a national hall of fame origi- A hick town that didn't have name ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

A ' I i Criterion Theatre, Follett, Texas Farming and its progress is a*subject we are ail interested in. W$ are giving you an opportunity to see for yourself the changes that are taking place in farm operating equipment. You can learn more about engines and tractors, their con- struction, their care and operation. We will have trained men on hand to illus- trate, demonstrate, and talk on questions every up-to the minute farmer is vitallity . ... ....... : h. ...i - T, • i interested in. The moving pictures will be entertaining and instructive. The lunch will be a good one and there will be fun and excitement aplenty. Your neighbors I will be here and we want you also. Make your plans now to attend our big Power Farming Entertainment. B Remmber the Date And The Place to** Arrange your Plans Now To Be Here t• , Montgomery Hardware Company Follett, Texas

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

pfllH Mmm mrnmrn ■Tia-'hiTM r li-iwnrnfnii tsa* 3T." JAMES CRUZE Road Notic* ioNon^ of Teature Photoplays, <writes: "In the direction of any of my big pictures, and especially during the filming of The Covered Wagon, the constant use of jny voice demands .that I keep it in fir suclass condition. A* a cigarette smpker it was necessary that I finda cigarette which 1 could smoke without any chance of throat im i- tation or cough, After trying them all, I decided onLuckies. They are, mild aiulmell&w—which both pro* tect the throat and - f\ siunreal O.IUxju \Qj i ■ • p/: . b: S smoke en- joyment. WM Wm&mmmmm ~ ifi 'i 1 & 2 J *i i Cream of the Tobacco Crop "The growth of LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes is a wonderful thing but there is a reason. I know, because I buy theTobaccofor LUCKY STRIKE. I buy The Cream of the Crop/ that mellow, sweet smoking Tobacco that the Farmer justly de- scribes as I have described it above. The quality of LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes is telling. It is natu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

k-t. BBBBSHSHHBB55B rr mmm Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now J Join the "F" Club. Mrs. H. K. Hill made a visit- iog trip to'Fargo, Okla., Sunday to visit with friends in that city. ro"mrthe Cham, ber of Commerce left yesterday afternoon /or Darrouzett where a road meetfng was'on in full blast. J ley and Miss Pansy Imke left early Tuesday morning;for Gur- thery, Okla,, where then Miss Pansy will take the train for Oklahoma City, Okla., where she will be <ngaed in office work there. Rev. Dunsworib, Canadian, (left Monday tor Higgina where Elmer Brown was a Busy Town i the good brother started a Study visitor and trader for a short j Course at that place after closing time Monday afternoon from his a very successful week here Sat- farm south of here. j urday night. Rev. Dunsworth T_ preached two very good sermons Geo. Kraft one of lhe busy Sunday however> tafffiers living just south of here j was a Follett trader for a short John Schafer is having a nifty while ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 19 January 1928

5HBHE ggf Win By Work To gain success you must not shirk, ■** Life's battles all are won by work. The man who idles by the day Will find his debts he cannot pay. Another rule on whieh depend, Is always earn more than you spend, And on the day your notes fails due Be sure and^ee rhat you come thru. The First National Bank is willing to lend A helping hand and be your friend. The First National Bank Darrouzett, Texas Resources Over $200,000.00 tak £. Brans, PRES. Go; Wlnninfiham, CASHIER L Dttptr, VICE PRES. Chaa. T. Philips, Ass't Cashier HS mtiH* Classified Wants Wants under this head at the \/ery reasonable rate of lie per ine. One number or initiai to "ount same as word. [ GET QUICK CASH FOR Real Estate; tell me what you want to sell,—JOHN MANSKE, Chaney, Okla, 9 Stpd TAKEN UP—One team of dark bay mules, about 2 years old, 1 Grayxfiiley and one Sorrel Bali Face mare have been here about a month, owner can bay? same tor paying advertising and up keep. F. W. Harhauaen, Follett, Texa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 January 1928

:vfrrr \ AND FOLLETT TIMES s u?qr I ■v- *■ *; —Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, .JAN, 2U 1927 • Vol.-16, No. 11 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County- 7rr- IN BRIEF Our Regular Corre- ndent About People au Know, Pithy 'Points—Paragraph' ed to Please )MB, TEXAS, Jan. 23 r, Nusome and Miss Cora- ?man, teachers of Book- t spent Sunday with Mrs. Owen. Mr. Roy Landers, of Higgins, wasin town Friday, r. and, Mrs Edd Hall were )g in town Monday. Frank { Dorsey, of Canadian, Saturday and Sunday here. to Wilson, of Follett, was gpunty Seat visitor Friday. Mr. and Mrs P. 0. Boyd, visit- ed relatives in Canadian Sunday. Mr. J N. Theisen, made a-fcus- nesstfrip- to Higgins Saturday. Mr., and Mrs ClaudeTtoone, of HUfgins, visited relatives Thurs- day Mr and Mrs. Wm. Hamker, were Sbattuck, Ok la., visitors Saturday. Mr. Henderson Jett, of Follett • /business .visitor in town Mrs Arch Peirce and son, of lM|pBOurit a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 January 1928

/ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES - SUBSCRIPTION RATES fittt and Second Zones —.— Tldrd 2one —^ <■< Fourth Zona _— Stsjh ftcd other Zones - Sample* Copie* — ■— |1.5< i.e< 1,76 1,86 2>0( 6c ElS[EL and FRED SKACG9 Publiaix*r« U. Skagga, t W"® >Xt' akagga General Manage Puhtisbued on Thursday Marniflg el Each Week Entered *a second daae matter at poet omce at Follett, Texas, on i4iy 81a* 1918 under the Act of Congress^of March 3, 1879. ir - - < 1 " ^Umtuiof Rate* Dispa&i ads regularly in Lime Ufffct per .Inch, S. C. —^Oc Spasmodic advertising per inch, single column —•— Preferred position per inch, single ■ ■ -WC Local readers per line ———10® . Card of Thanks —* Changes for ads must be in this of* (ice not later than Monday night. AH ads run until , ordered out. draft, chock or money motft be •ret with foreign advertising te in- fOre publication. Choir rehearsal Tuesday?. 7:15, Teachers Meeting Wediies- igy ? :15. The chureh with a hearty hand lasp, good ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 January 1928

W '■ £ •C •. . I Subscribe lor the Lime Light Don't put it off another - Minute Longer f Truth Too Startling Were writers of Action to put inci- dents from real life into their works, roost of the stories would be so fan- tastic that tbey would not be believed, declares Rita Welnmn, well-known au- thor, In an article in Liberty. "Truth If too strange for fiction!" the writer "The adventure® of human experience are almost invariably too amazing, too abocking, too horrible: too apparently exaggerated to be transcribed exactly as they meet u|. Ip abarp black- type on any printed page but that of a newspaper, they would appear absurd, the wildest stretch of the imagination." Having recently purchased The City Tailor Shop we wish to solicit your patronage. We will do Cleaning, Pressing and Altering, Work Called for and Delivered, TEETER & BEUM, Prop, Phone No, 23 City Tailor Shop, Follett, Texas Baking to Please Our Patrons The Consistent Policy of Rip's Bakery That's the reason our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 January 1928

LEE MEADOWS Famous Pitcher of the Pittsburgh Pirates, writes: "It requires splendid physical condition and steady nerve* to take your regular turn on the mound season after season and in looking for my ciga- rette I was anxious to find one which could be smoked without taxing my wind or irritating my throat* 1 decided upon Luckies and I mn safely say that I am never troubled with a cough and my wind is in splendid shapeJ mm, %S|: . U m gii ?>5' *:r - < i$ 5 iS i. ■ •• S-V- 0!-V' • {. j J...; earn of the Tobacco Crop "Here in the Southland we know good Tobacco. It is bom in us and it is the livelihood of most of us* 'The Cream of the Crop* is bought for LUCKY STRIKE. I know for it has been my duty to pur- chase it on the markets for years for this brand." «« A It's Buyer of Tobacco at Covington. Ey> No Throat Irritation-No Cough. NEW! you will always have GOOD LCJCKwith SK / r*Tv V" Mr 'f£P^x ^MBONDM"-t STATIONERY kN PRINT IT BETTER K'r AJ We Have EverytHrg in the Furn- itur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 January 1928

9m Town and Country Notes '• • •• " . -i '' ' ; Snappy, Choice and Up to Now H R. Clarrie, ot Enid. Okla., was a Follett business visitor for a short time the first the wegk. N. D* IbocapsoQ was a Busy Town visitor. for a short , time Friday morning from southwest of here. ■ "Bill" Rice one of the Coun- . ty Seat •'live wires"•• was a Foi- lfttt business visitor the first of the week. F, H. Russell and Mrs. Cum- pton motored to Sbattuck, Okia., to jolly ihe force up a bit. C. H. returning later in the informs us that Darrouzett tbe | "Town Worth While" seems to and Mrs. Ralph,be havin* 8 prosPers bu«n(,|B- H. K. Hill, of this pity motored to Perry ton, last Thursday on business and. of course took a birds-eye-view of that man's town in general. The good ladies re- turned laterin-the evening to their homes greatly refreshed over the afternoon's trip. C. H. MeKee, one of the Lime Ligh .Boosters of Darrouzett was a Follett business visitor for a short time yesterday afternoon and wbi'e...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 26 January 1928

4H * Experience is Costly Success is won by him who tries, Who uses the experience his neighbors buys. The man who always knows it all, B* his own reseach, is sure toialL Your banker has the inside dope On many a scheme intended to rope An honest customer out of bis dough Without him haying a ghost of a show. The First National Bank will give you advise On questionable schemes ; goldbrick to di« . The First National Bank Darrouzett, Texas Resources Over $200,000.00 Fiaak £. Evan*, PBES. Guv Winnlnftham, CA9H1EK L iL Draper, VICE PBES. has. T. Philips, Ass't Cashier gv 1; -Grocery Department transfered to buildinfadjoin- ing. Allehelving has been remodied and moved. EACH LINE NOW IN NEW LOCATION. Have added much space to Ladies and Gents ready to wear sections. j You w^l not recognize it as the same store which you have been accustomed to. We invite you one and all to attend our opening day. on Saturday, February 4th Will have music-.and will serve cake and coffee. Watch for further ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 February 1928

I i nsis AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—V6f. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEB 2 1928 Vol. lfi. No. IS Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lioscomb County- IN BRIEF From Our Regular Corre- spondent About People You Know, Pithy Points- - "Paragraph- ' : ed to Please LIPSCOMB, TEXAS, Jan. 80 —Lipscomb town basket ball team (boys) were defeated at Sbattuck, Okla., by their town team Wednesday evening. Lester Dixon was in town Sat- urday. Jake Sell, was in Sbattuck, Okla , Monday. Leslie Owen, was a Perry ten ▼iiitor Saturday. " . Glen Turner, was a visitor in Follett Wednesday. Miss*' Opal turner;' was in Perryton Saturday. Tom Hill was- a Sbattuck, Okia., visitor Wednesday. Roth and Omar Owen, attended the Tournament at Perryton. t-l 1 " Dr. Gunn, ^nade a business trip to Higgins one day this week. Miss Byrtle Crocker, of Booker was the guest of Ruih Owen San- day. Cloud Mills and Claude Bowen were County Seat visitors Satur...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 February 1928

LIPSCOMBLIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES { feBd Second Zones $1.50 j Tittfd Zone 160 fourth Zone -- L75 ciflfti tak?> — i-85 Sixth #nd. o-ther Zones - 2.0u Copies oc £TH£L and FRED SICACGS ; Publishers ■ 'U $th*i J. Sk&ges, Editor Vr&f & Skagga — General Manager J,l ■■ ■'jl'l !■ ■■ ' ' ' — ^ttbUstwd on Thursday Morning of Each Week Sntmd aa second class matter at the post office at Follett, Texas, on jfaly 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Advertising Rates Dispaly ads regularly in Lime M*ht per inch, S. C. _1 r__2Qc Spasmodic advertising per inch, single column l -30c Preferred position per inch, single column 25c Local readers 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 he seat With foreign advertising to in- sure publication. Three Return Hhome Me«sers A W. Kincade, W. F. Markley, of Follett, and J.-W. I^ou, of Liber...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 February 1928

rntmm sr Subscribe for the Lime Light Don cWIP# i?WLr MinuteU-ooger be n TkQ* t m .«*V «*r i(_ erer get# worm but be h inatlon. Syhe bachelor's ' to reare^Y#-}* J tofp; |Np,9^^ h"?? ?'.x ?i\?vr . K'. .v1ji5- 'ti en.W- f jsrif1 i^o"a r-> Simple wlsfj ttrariWt^yiwc* patffftMtg&bnHfe ? ^ will do Cleaning, Pressing and Alt^n^,—,,,^ ,^oA Work Called for and Delivered. ryyv>i^ TEETER & BEHM, Prop. Phone No. 23 3?> O f S ?atr 3&rifc*"ttqste: «Mfr* jaad/ w*-taketf-l v-m'™..1 <j^~- (j! The' atresia© ft tws&t^ee yett* 1 Md'Sft'tr tfilf 8*^ wly-'ftlMW" 'jpa^JMMMf£ ite5v lr 7>r- *!'• -■*' <r.' ;; ii,o!8 -w*v r ■ H- - '■** *• ji ^ teMptfe ob.^Jhtftbfer yon mefto vlgp I^W^UP : i'[ s C''•' *- ■; ~ A * * v!•'• ■ ■ !frox4" to" woros, slip. • ;• - torn-' iok llifek ft bOdCBATSZUT. -. .rrWH, Count the YilpScomb-Ochiltree ine an } the 1 "? 2 i1ra& xbd toMOi -wte Uyiag thU !>o «r tft* mar «w j?a*id tfctak !p7lio lP#^°?^/ sisH —The Canalstejit JP9j icy gf. R'P's^B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 2 February 1928

-•\.v SSffi iwytvi, frU«" la the Spcoight Proof ? v Power and Economy The Hart-Parr 18-36, rat. ad at 18 horsepower on tho draw-bar and 36 horsepower on the belt developed 32 } - horsepower en the draw-bar and 43 horsepower on t&£--belt. in ofHdal tests. The 12-24 and 28-50 also -> greatly- exceeded their ratings. Copies of these testa r. .mailed to you fre? upon request. And this ■tremendous power was de veloped from cheap, low- grade fuel, costing on the average from 8 to 10 cents a k • gallon,- The Hart-Parr is the. one tractor that develops • - tremendous power from cheap fuels. It has 3 speeds . fforward, from 2}£ to 434 miles per hour. Come in and • J see- the improved line for small, medium, and large fanns. . < Haft-Parr Oivners Are Hart-Parr Boosters We shall gladiy arrange for trial demonstra- >j. .|<on or. your farm. .J EHRLICH BROTHERS Follett, Texas AUTHORIZED DEALER IN Almo Theatre Darrouzett, Texas Friday and Saturday February 3rd and 4th. "One Miflute...

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