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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 25 March 1920

w - LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1920 SEVEN Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice and Up to Now I Geo. Rexius was in from south- " west of town Friday afternoon trading. - • John W. Wood, of Sunset, Okla., was in yesterday taking in the sights. Archie Stevens and sister Retta were in from northaast of town Saturday trading. Roy Peugh, was over from Higgins Saturday afternoon for a short time on business. Mrs. Spangler, living north of town, was in .for a short time Saturday afternoon trading. A party of young folks of the Busy Town attended a grand ball at Shattuck last Thursday eve- ning. Mrs. W. L. Owen #nd £on Omer, were up here from the County Seat, Sunday visiting with Follett friends. Jake Spangle, one of the 0. K. Garag? mechanics took a couple of days visit down on the farm the first of the week. R. L. Fry, one of the young j ranchers living southwest of town was a business visitor in the Busy Town Friday afternoon. Mrs. Minnie Jett was in from ...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 25 March 1920

V " • ~ * i «r \ tZ ■ '*"J! LfpScftftfB* LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, MARCH 25 1920 If;. -V We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see us. Money to loan at 8T TLe master & Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS LEASES_Wanted anywhere in the Panhandle territory —will exchange stock in large drilling company, or might handle for you. Prices must be right. G. C. Witte, P. 0. Box 237, Fort Worth, Texas. 15 mimrniammmm ^fafsstfied Wants - i Wants under this head at the very ^reasonable rate of 5c per line. One number or initial to count same as word. CATTLE FOR SALE. REC&S^EfcED HEREFORD BULLS for .sale sired by — Lord E>£lamer No. 458681; Bocaido 13th No. 634520.—P. B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. lubcicating oils, stock foods, etc. Big line, easy sales. Values beat any competition. E a r h b i g money. No experience or capi- tal required. Complete sample outfit and free selling instructions start you. Long established^re- liable house. Write t...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 April 1920

■ . "«:r 3 , 4 AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald-Vol. 4. No 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920. Vol. 8, No, 20 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted tcr the Interest' of Follett and Lipscomb County• GAME Our Basket Ball Tossers Try „One at ihe County Seat TUESDAY EVENING The Boys Lose "While Our Girls', Won—All Well Pleased With Game. Tuesday evening Follett's boys and girls 4eft for the County Seat where they had a game to match with the hoy? and girls of Lipscomb. Well the did cars left the Busy Town full to the brim with my enthusiastic bunch of jolly good folk for the "big . stuffs that was to occur in the little old town down on the banks of Wolf Creek and they •'.were all loaded down with speed arid running over. Follett's ag- gregation were brim full of vim, push ancl everything that goes to make a real swift line-up when it comes to slipping the ball through, but oh my, this time the dear bqys had plaved and worked their hardest to reap the benefit...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 April 1920

flin'P; TWO LiFSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIKES, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT T IMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. Poor little Ted Kuykendall. Is it not enough to make one's blood boil to read how five boys attending a public school, tak-1 | ing advantage of these free insti-j n . , n (n r-Aitutions of American education! First and Second Zones $1.50 > Third Zone 1.60 wlll brutally attack and kick to I Fourth Zone 1.75 death" a younger and smaller lad j Fifth Zone 1.85; for no other reason than he was j Sixth and other Zones 2.00 i «smarter" than thev. Single Copies 5e' r, , — But a day or two before poor c. a. skaggs, Pubi>gher. , little Kuykendall was brutal- J. Lemoine Skaggs, Local Editor, j ly maltreated, after having been EthelJ. Skaggs, Society Editor! j taunted beyond endurance by "—1 "" " ~ " t „ \ teasing references to his "poverty"' Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn 0 ; Weev had manfully singled out one or two of his tormentors and wallop- Ent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 April 1920

LIPSCOM.B Jul ME U&M ARD FOLLMT TJiMJES, AP/UL 1, 1 80 THREE EX-CZAR PIL JOY KILLED • T ' ! Llttl® Wond^r^lfrincesa Didn't Enjoy Wearing Rliijj After Hearing That Gruesome Anecdote. rlian ii million and a hall" acres of land are devoted to the growing of the "weed." On the manufacturing side, the government estimate of the capital invested In 1914 was $303,840,000, which was a low figure even then and is greatly exceeded now. The number of wage earners In manufacture in Ex*Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria al- ways had a great fondness for rings, and bis delicate; tapering fingers usu-! that year was 178,8(2, and their an- ally were loaded with rare jewels. A • nual earnings $77,856,000. There are Russian princess who was a guest of many ramifications of the industry, in- Ferdinand at a dinner in Sophia once eluding the making of cigarette paper, admired especially a ring that he .wore | pnpei' and tin foil containers for ciga- —a pearl surrounded by rubies. / rettes and cigar boxes. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 April 1920

fOOB LIPSCOMB Li$E LIGHT AND FOUE.TT T'TCSS- 7KU86DAY/ «FRiL i. 1B£P rap?? % T4~'- h-- „v-:' ' i ifc Sir BE & V 7 ( [J' PATENT OFFICE BUSY "PLACE Last Year Broke All Records in the Number of Inventions That ' Were Flkd. Last year was a record year lu vol- ume If not quality of inventions. Ap- plications for patents reaching the patent office during 1919 approached the unprecedented number of 70,000. more than any year's output. The in- crease grew with the year, Aaron Hardy Ulm writes In the Nation's Business. Those for the third quarter exceeded by 51 per ceut receipts seme quarter in 1918. Invention, of course, did not sus- pend during the war, but, at least in volume of ^production, it diminished. And a great proportion of that which did function related to war objects. But at noon on November 11, 10IS. tho great war became as ancient to the in- ventor as the Peloponnesian conflicts of long ago. In October, 1919, there reached the division of the patent office handling metall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 April 1920

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOiLETT TJME.S, THURSDAY, APRIL 1, 1920 ig ■M ■pa-- V Henry Price was a Lipscomb visitor Tuesday evening. Mr. and M:*£. Beach Sprowl j^ere in Saturday from the ranch. Walter, Brown, of Shattuck, was a Busy Town visitor Mon- day. • Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Miller were in from west of town Saturday trading. A u Cowsar left Monday -for the Burkburnett A. H. ' afternoon oil fields. - ^eke Kilgore was in from m | I: southeast of town Monday for a short time. ; Mrs. Minnie Jett, of near Ivan- hoe, wa5 shopping in town Mon- day evening. Ernest Murry, of Darrouzett, tvas~in Monday Tor a short time on businesss. Sam Pound of near Sunset, Okla., was a Follett visitor Mon- day fornoon. J. M. Gifford and daughter were in from west of town Monday trading. Mr. and Mrs A. L. Schwope, of near Old Ivanhoe, were Sun day visitors in Follett. Born—To Mr. and The Misses Pruda Pritchard and Eveus Newland, of Lips- tomb, were Follett visitors Satur- day afternoon for a short time. M. E. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 1 April 1920

mm wm •" ■' l "y "'t - • ■pg£%v,. /'- . 41. s*3^V. LlF3C0JflB LIME LIfiHIA&DFOLLETT TIMES, -THUKSOM-, AHRjL 1,19.20 ===== &S*:" ■' mm *% LEASES Wanted anywhere in the Panhandle territory -- will exchange stock in large frilling company, or might handle for you. Prices must be right. G. C. Witte, P. 0. Box 237, Fort Worth, Texas. 15 /f?- We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see i us. Money.to loan at 8T T. A. Lemaster & Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS ' HE WE BUY, raise and sell fur-bear- ing rabbits, and other Fur-bear- ing animals. List what you have with us stating -your lowest, prices, on large lot shipments The Fur & Specialtv Farming Co 515-517 N. P. Ave"!, Fargo/ N. Dakota. 20 \ w mmi mm CCifi£>f\ \kla ntc jlubcicating oils, stock foods, ete. LlujJitivU VY UII ; Big line, easy sales. Values beat —— — any competition. E a I n big Wants under this .-head at the 1 money. Mo experience or,capi- verv reasonable rate of 5c oer •l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 April 1920

* vv ; ■; ££ •. *. -Vci rV- te; v * . -v. " VV^ v > " „ V> :; • • ' jg%??rv r'-'i.-., ?■•-; 1 ™.v: 'Jf~' V / 1 " * >-?- v~ ^ferv . k .,' r> - >"-&■*■--■ "f; 3 3 1 IC Li. i AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald -Vol. 4. No 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 Vol. 8, No, 21 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas^—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. lift' SERVICE At the M. E. Church Well Attended. COUNTY SEAT NOTES For Next Year Inter-scholastic Meet Would be Right in Line For Folleu ment, and is now Lipscomb's barber. A great many of Lipscomb peo- ple attended the track meet at Higgins, the past Friday**and Sat- urday. Mrs. Spiller, of Canadian, and her daughters have been visiting in Lipscomb for the past few days. Henry Snyder's little son is re- ported to be quite ill with pneumonia. Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Morris McKee on Saturday, March 27. A girl. A "BUNNY" Little Totts Enjoy Old Time Easter Play. WHY NOT LYCEUM? w* The Easter ser...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 April 1920

|fv v - :■ ~V: . ; I"' Bpa. - . & > -• " ... " ?•<••■ ■' " / / £f " •• " - v'v r,v "!4 • 1 \ ffi ; •i - * . ■ '■ \:&J - TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, TK'JRSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT V IMES & rite a letter, ma sed she all ways thot his riteing looked like it had been done that away. Sunday—th?y was a man visit-; ed are house today which beleav.e j in the desent of man or sum thing, j I was lissening to pa & he argue-1 ing & pa got xeited & sed Do you j meen to tell me I sprung frum a munky. The man was smileing & sed Not very fur you diddent. He was only just jokeing but pa hassent much sense of yumor. Monday—ma wassent feeling j so well this Evening & pa & me; volunteered to wash the dishes ^ that is pa volunteered for us. So | Entered as second class matter I was game. & then 1 am a at the Post office at Follett, lex- trying to get a new ketch ers mitt, as on July 31st 1918 under the ^ Went to carry...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 April 1920

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, APRIL 8, 1920 THREE '0: - 1 ' ^ ELDERLY MAN GOOD WALKER Brooklyn Citizen, Fond of Pedestrian- j m, Hao a Record That Few Are Likely to Equal. Gjtrret Brower of this city walked 2,000 miles when he was ninety years old. He Is now ninety-seven years old and for the past three "fears lie,has given np walking as a regular occu- pation. But for about 12 years before that he walked persistently. In bad weather arid good, on week days and holidays. And this at a time when he had long passed beyond the three score and ten years supposed to be man's allotted span of life. He used to walk 'with a pedometer at his belt as his only companion, from his former home on Wlllough- by avenue, he would walk out to the Williamsburg l^dge and across to Manhattan. This not appearing long enough for a grownup man, he often would walk back to the Brooklyn end of the bridge and then cross and re- cross the bridge two or three times before starting home. In his diary he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 April 1920

rouft LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 ■ 'J '-.J CUBA OWES MUCH TO GORGAS I CONTENT IN THEIR ISOLATION Work of American Medical Officer Converted Island From Plague Spot to Pleasure Resort. Cubans take a great deal of pride In the Prado, a splendid avenue about two miles: in length extending from a charming park to the Havana water- front. Several years ago the tourist who had walked on the Prado was generally held to have risked his life by mingling with the crowd, when yel- low fever scoue^d Cuba annually. Malaria was also frequent, and Ha- vana had the reputation of being one of -the unhealthiest places, in the world. In 1901 General Gorgas. then a major, became sanitary officer at IIm- vana, and dealt so effectively with the terrible plague that by 1010 not a case had originated In the city. The successful fight against the fever was- due to the remarkable .discoveries by American" physicians that these dis- eases were transmitted by mosquitoes. The...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 April 1920

t-"1- •. 9m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 FIVE i Sfy I m &■ 7TT^lTXTTTTTj^TTT7T^7TTTTTT777TTT7TT7777TTTTTTJ: " • • • • ™ iTTWTTTTTTTTTTTT Town and Country Notes Snappy, Choice Now * Chris Schilling and family Were in Friday afternoon trading. Ernest Murray, was down from Darrouzett, Monday on business. ]VL W. Broyles and family were in Monday from southwest of town. "Walter Beck was down from Darrouzett Monday evening for a few hours. N. B. Fry was in from south- west of town-Monday doing some trading. M. Tobin and son, of Dar- rouzett, were in town . Tuesday for a short time. J. Q. Bourquin was a Busy Town visitor in from northeast of here Tuesday. Mr. Ellison and family, were in from near Ivanhoe, Monday for a short time trading. C. H. Speery passed through town Tuesday morning on his way to the Laubhan sale. Sam Pound was in from Sunset, Friday afternoon for a short time trading and calling oiv friends. Mr. and Mrs. A. Becker were, in from the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 April 1920

SIX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920 « . X- - mm- ■P We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see us. Monev to loan at 8 PER T. A. Le master & Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS LEASES Wanted anywhere in the Panhandle territory-will exchange stock in large drilling company, or might handle for; you. Prices must be right. G. C. Witte, P. 0. Box 237, Fort i Worth, Texas. 15 | WE BUY, raiss and sell fur-bear- j ing rabbits, and«other fur-bear-, ing animals. List what you have ; with us stating your lowest, prices, on large lot shipments 1 The Fur & Specialty Farming Co 1515-517 N. P. Ave.. Fargo, N. | Dakota. 20 i j. —-—— i FOUND—Lady's hat, one-half mile west and two north of j Follett. Owner can have same by proving property and paying 1 for this notice.—Dean Kinzelt. i' 14 FOR RENT—100 acres good farm land for spring crops. Small house if desired. Jess Mitchell, Old Ivanhoe. 182 if' WaHK^bcicating oils, stock foods, i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 April 1920

fcr' \ Jr ' fpr;-- ■■,. ■•: r '*■ : f..' -'3 : * M Ch AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald - Vol 4. No 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 Vol. 8, No, 22 M &J-- : H m K. l Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. NEW STUCCO GOING UP T. R. Laubhan Starts Store Building Monday. 24z80 ONE STORY Carpenters are Pushing the Work as Rapidly as Qual- ity Will Pei mi t. And now the along while the Store is building structure to dispense their med- icines in also opposite the Follett garage right south of the Mont- gomery Hardware Co., T. R. Laubhan commenced the erection From the County Seat : LIPSCOMB, TEX., APRIL 12 I I—The finishing of the Inter- ; scholastic Meet was held here: ! Saturday, Lipscomb carried off ; | first place in many of the events. I I This put Lipscomb next to Hig- gins in the number of points won by the different schools. Mr. and Mrs. John Douglas had hardly reached their desti- nation in New Mexi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 April 1920

a - * .,4 Sssb i 0 -V two LiPSCOUB UMfi Llfiflt AMD FOLLETT ftM£S, THURSDAY, APRIL 1C, 1920 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT IMES Seize it yunguns or I will be a nervus retch if you dont. so we did. It was lucky ma forgot to make me take ma Bath. Sunday—They was a man hear in town whitch had the flew & he sed if he cud only e SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones $1.50 Fourtlfzone"L75 8et sum wiskey he woodent only Fifth Zone_-_l-L-"- 1.85 be sick 4 day. so his kin fokes Sixth and other Zones. 2.00 got sum. He was rite, his Single Copies------- 5c funeri js tomorro afternoon. c. a. skaggs, Publisher. Monday—I wanted pa to give : me permisson also the price to Published on Thur^ Morning of Eacn ^ Qff ^ & cumpany & get a . — Educated munky, He sed No Entered as second class matter not as long as P am a round at the Post office at Follett, Tex- hear< & when j begun to ]aff as on July 31st 1918 under the ^ swang at me & got me to. Tuesday—ma is started a study...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 April 1920

fe ; ■: : v vy- V J Hi*, LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, APRIL 15, 1920 THREE v rn y$;[ m %r <r'. Tr' Fair Havens."—The AcU of called which came unto Apostles xxvii., 8. Is it strange that sorrows die, That our griefs grow less and less— That they touch us by and by With a soothing gentleness? That the memories we hold In a grasp that ^ows more strong Are those of the days of gold, And the laughter, and the song ? Spendthrifts with our moments glad- Memory is generous; Every happy day we had She one time gives back to us, Gives the song without the sigh, Gives the hope without the fears, Coloring the days gone by Through the prism of the years. Mariners who fare afar Over seas that swell and change, Under alien sky and star, Into channels new and strange, Still we cherish ar he best, Whether home jr outward bound, Not the windings of our quest, But the treasures we have found. Twilight song, the lull of noon, Star-strewn nighkand silver dawn, Whisper-songs that come and cr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 April 1920

WmMm £&|9p fOOR LIPSCOfilB LI1KE LIGHT, AHD FOD BT7 TIMES,,7ftuftSDAY, A?I>IL 15, 1920 H j o OF ::sf I i X PERRYTON VIEW ACREAGE TRACTS Eight io acre tracts, Eight 20 acre tracts, Two 40 acre tracts on D. C. D. Highway, one half mile South of Perryton Sale to begin promptly at 1:00 o'clock p. m. 21st, 1920 Absolutely to be sold to the Highest bidder on easy terms. 7 ^ yd*" |V# ■*&* ^ >Ar r^*/ >0&r ^ FREE DINNER Olsl GROUND. FREE AUTO SRRVICK TO THE GROUND AT ANYTIME FOR INSPECTION Col. Jeff Riner, of Kentucky, Noted Land Auctioneer will Conduct the Sale Assisted by Ed Littleton, Perryton, Texas The name was selected because of the fine v;iew of the city. The tract contains 320 acres of level virgin prairie. Was selected because of the excellent .location and good drainage and the great demand for suburban homss. Each subdivision fa?es a laid-out street. The residences of Perryton View will be in easy reach of business, school, church and lodge, and all advantage...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 April 1920

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920 FIVE What Roads Lead 'ests, and our minerals, while our to National Poverty? I governments is spending large The following paper was writ- I ;■& . ten by Miss Ruth King of our Public Schools and is well worth your while to *ead: There are doubtless many roads which lead to National poverty. We find that all these roads are mei'ily branches from the main road: "Disobedience of Ohrists Teachings." . One of the main things which Christ Taught was thrift; and the disobedience of this simple teach- ing will, I believe, bring us to national poverty by the shortest rout3. Twice at large gatherings when Jesus fed the multitudes he commanded hisdeciples to gather up, and save the food which was left. Waste is such an easy habit to drift into, and it means so much. It means failure in business, and discontentment in the home. sums of money, which would not be necessary, if every person in American knew how to save. It seems s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 15 April 1920

jr'f* f'r - . And selling Jots of goods every day. we hav& what you want and when you want it, if you are not trad- ing at our store why not start now? We want your business. ,000.00 reasr LIPSCOMB LIME LLG.HT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL la, 1920 worth of new shoes to arrive in a few days to add to our big line now in .stock,. $1,500.00 • stock of mens and boys ready made clothing now on the road, we are putting in a nice line of clothing. Lots of new piece goods arriving every few days. It will pay you to visit our ladies, Misses and childrens ready-to-wear department every few days to see new things added. We Have a Beautiful Line of 99 per cent pure aluminum we use on a premium plan. 25 more full sets to come in soon if we do not have your set when you have traded it out we will get it as soon as possible, WE HANDLE THE < M. BORN Line of Tailor made Suits, you can't beat them, let us order your suit now. Our Grocery Department Is as clean and neat as it is pos- sibl...

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