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

• > ;; - :: ♦ * o « ► .. •. i >■ « ► . , t • 1.75 Misses fleeced union suits at - $1.65 Misses flleeced union suits at—--- 7X~~ $2.15 Misses fleeced underwear $1 $1.48 $1.94 Turkey and $5.00 Free Listen, at 3 o'clock each Saturday afternoon we will turn loose from our front porch, a turkey gobbler, with a red tag on his neck good for $5.00 in merchandise during our sale. Who-ever gets the turkey can have it, and $5.00 in merchandise. . Come Early*--Get Your Choice 6.85 Boys suits. _ 513.00 Boys suits— $ 8.75 Boys suits. $10.00 Boys suits. S 5.45 .. 10.45 ._ 7.35 8.45 Corduroy Pants $2.75 Boys Corduroy Pants $1.75 Boy Kahiki pants 2.48 1.58 Ladies Coats A new lot from New York. A saving of 15 to 40 per cent. T $15.00. Ladies Coat $11.98 $12.50 Ladies Coat.— 9.45 $18.00 Ladies Coat- 13,85 $12.50 Ladies Coat. 9.45 $16.75 Ladies Coat- 12.50 T 5.85 toys shoes . $ 5.25 Boys shoes.. $ 3.75 Boys shoes.. S 5.00 Boys shoes.. $ 5.15 Boys shoes. $ 4.50 Boys sjhoes.. ,—$5.25 4.65 _ 3.35 4....

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 October 1920

eight */ LIPSCOMB IIME LIGHT AND FQLLETT TIMES THURSDAY, OCT 7, 1930 X WORSE THAN LIGHTED CiGAR \y • Deoverlte, After Carefully Igniting It, Abeentmindedly Put the Fire- cracker fft Hie Mouth. ^ As a result of absent-mindedness in his Fourth of July celebrating, Osip Salonskl, 32, of We# Denver lost sev- eral teeth and Is carrying ins face in a sling. Osip stood on the corner, smoking a cigaret and watching with interest the youngsters shoot off. their explosives. Suddenly a desire to be young, peal young, once more assailed him, and, stalking up to a near-by booth, he pur- chasec^i whole fistful of firecrackers. Stepping to the edge of the curb, he cautiously applied the end of his lighted cigaret to the fuse of one of the crackers. A sputter and a volley of little sparks announced that the noise ,was on the way. Then Osip's mentali- ty failed to function properly. With a quick movement he slammed bis cig- j*i*t into the street and jamro^J the end of the flrerfacker Into his month....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 October 1920

K' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND OLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 7, 1920 NIKS N 75 Ford THE UNIVERSAL CAR Prices of Ford Products m The*war is oyer and war prices must go. Fffective at once, September 22d, 1920, Cars, Trucks and Tractors, will be sold F. 0. B. DETROIT, at the following '""V ' ' jC - ■ ' ' - ■ ' - ■ . ' " — Touring Plain------ — ----------.$440.00 Touring with Str.~ —— 510.00 Roadster Plain — ___.a_._-_ 395.00 Roadster with Str._ - 465.00 Chassis 360.00 Coupe, Str., Dem, rims •_ $745.00 Sedan, Str.,(Dem, rims — - 795,00 TrucK Pneumatic Tires 545.00 1 Tractors 790.00 ?££■= 'V# The Ford Motor Co., makes the reduction in the face of the fact they have on hand immediate order for, 146,065 cars and tractors The Company will suffer a temporary loss, while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make the sacrifice, in order to bring business back to a normal — ,:*ion as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buyingfpower of the Country. Henry F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 October 1920

ygM ii. alS'ii' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, OCT 7, 19^0 I H , 'a -7 * -i ' Pf;* figg|{ . Differences Between T «ie Missionary Baptist %nd Convention Mis-iui ary B ist 1 Continued from page 3.) Proof, Min. S. B. C. A D. 1913 asd Min. Okla. B. C. A. D. 1913 and the Baptist Church at jMett, Texas. But true Miss* ionary Baptist, will received none into their fellowship, who fafve cot been baptised upon a public profusion of their faith iii Cbrist, by the authority of a scriptural; neither will they re- cognize ally man as a scripturaly ordained minister, who has not ordained anil set apart to ministry by a scriptural ch; neither will they admit to the Lord's Supper, in way t|0^$e way in • .they themselves ap- jt: Matt, 28-18-20. TH DIFFERENCE. on Missionary Baptist a money . representation in all sral bodies and their ^membef^afe meas- the amount hey give. Proof Min. Ait 3 Constitution BT C. Art. 2; Of Con- of and supplment- d m? Missionary Baptist of their members and as aba...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 October 1920

LIPSCOMB - r: Country mm:: and LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, OCT. 7,^1920 eleven ■ on the sick Mrs. Doc Jones is list this w9ek. Mr. Sutton was in from north- west of town yesterday. Chris Imke was in from west of town Sat urday forenoon. ' ■ Tobe Wheat, of Darrouzett, was a Follett visitor Sunday evening. Mr^ and Mrs. Carl Laubhan motored to Shattuck Sunday j school there this season. afternoon. J t. R. Laubhan has a bunch Mr. and Mrs. John Crump . at work at the rear of his store Sundayed with Mrs. Clifford and j tearing out the dirt in big chunks daughters. I preparatory to building a base- G. H. McGbee, .left Sunday I ^aad also adding a store evening for a few days stay over in (Oklahoma. \ Mrs. Walter Walker has been suffering from a very painful at- tack of tonsilitis this week, but is reported to be on the mend at this writing. Mr. Walter (j. Walker and daughter, Gladys made a drive to Shattuck Sunday evening with Miss Leola who is attending room. N. B. Fry, one of the farmers Mr....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 7 October 1920

R' Sac*. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT 7, 1920 lp m >; • '• - .r-v £2? We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to ' •. /••• your advantage to see us. Money to loan at 8T . lifl T. A. Le master & Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS K • -r-M fcJii ••••% 18 ^ - Kil Bres: i « / . •• 7*':?S? : •• m ■i. Eventually! Not Now? Try us for Staple and fancy gro- fresh fruit, vegetables, Cold -■ i ■ *~m drinks, Ice Cream, Drugs, and Suri- in fact anything in a up-to- date Drug store and Grocery store. Offiice of Dr. A. W. Dawson. A trial will convince you. M J. M. KEFFER, Prop. Lipscomb, Texas . '3r?... ■ ■ Connection Satisfactory? Our ability to HOLD our bank accounts after we get A them is based on SERVICE. The highest * class of service consistent with sound banking is always yours when you open an account with The first State Bank of follett A GUARANTY FUND BANB f"': • mm Rtwvces Ust Official Statement Were $304,507.00 W. g. Stuart, President A. W. Kincad...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

Pj--, m AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald -Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 1920 Vol. 8, No. 48 Official Paper (Sf Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County Your Home Town First Others L ast. Buying at home weilds a re- j markable influence over £ommun- j • # i ity like. It works miracles in j . „ •> , r n ; • eivic harmony. Its radiating in- Commercial Club Don 1 ieirjfiueDce reach into every nook and j Woking Toggery. jcorner of community activity.' _ It is felt in the -home, bringing, sunshine and joy. It is found in j i the schools forming wisdom and! i ' - ! character. It is heard in the j Road parks, blending the voices of happy children with the songs of j the joyous birds it is seen in the ; community in a thousand wond- CERTAINLY MOVING The Winds Shift the Sands From All Sides. BUSY ON ROAD Tuesday and Put theflj in Passable Shape Near BUILDING GOES ON Flemming Ranch. Pretty Homes Dotted Here and There While Busi- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

TWO IIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, OCT. 14, 1920 mR 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. SKAGO^, Publisher. J. Lemoine Skaggs, Local Editor. Eth <? J- Skaggs, Society Editor. , a rder to guarantee the publication Ign adverti««B*nt It win be neces- • send either draft, check or money v vith copy. « — i on Tburadcjr Morning of Eacfi h ■ _ Week ho eipn Advertising Representative " AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 81st 1918 under the Act of Congress, of March 3, 1879, ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. I hereby Announce my Can didacy for the office of County Judge of Lipscomb County, sub- ject to the will of people in the election November next. M. L. BLANKINSHIP. "V ' - I hereby announce myself as a lidate for re-election to the of County Judge, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

y.y P? " • • ' LIPSCOMB LIME -LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, OCT. 14 1920 THBEE r"5*++*J": The Difference Between True Missionary Baptist and the Modern or Convention Missionary Baptist. BY J. C. McOHEE, L -5*•5 ++: * + + ❖ * J p.J. I y^-^Cauthpri £S, j of Divi / Divine m •; (.Continued from Last Week) Slxtemt h I) i ce. Convention Missionary Baptist preach and work under authority of boards and conventions, which are of modern and human origin; therefore, have only human authority for their work. The True Missionary Baptist preach and work under the uthority of the church which is Divine origin; Therefore have Divine authority for their work. Seventeenth- D.iTerence-. Convention Missionary Baptist preach that the church is & divine institution,- to keep pure the doctrine and ordinances of Chi hit ; but they repudiate their own- teachings by their/ con- ventionism and their executive boardism which is of Roman Catholic origin through King Henry the VIII and still they will not claim a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

t mm pop Kill LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, OCT. 14, 1920 SSx." % I FoHett Money Spent in FoHett BUY AT HOME PAGE Insures FoNetPs Growth wfe- State Bank Buy in FoHett and Add to Follett's Prosperity First State Bank and Add to Your Own Prosperity ■ i j Hi ms k . ' US Ss8© i'--—■ .rr iH at Home When you get a new oil Burning Stove, a Range or a Heater and there is a defect in it, we make it fight—when you buy of the mail order house it is a question whether yoir get the trouble cured. It is not so with us, we cure it. : -~v : When Yoy, Buy From the Horn* Merchant. You Save Money mm £$|I :■£ ®fc m & Jm r m miM&i .. -• Ill Buy Your Goods at Home and by so Doing iJfake the Town You^Ga^l Home Better Wmh m. mm Then Place Your Surplus Gains in the ... . - • Bank WzlWsi lllpi§| SfeOTii V7-'- i.:*r •• r'' THE BANK THAT STANDS BEHIND YOU "mm When You Put it up id, th&Hoirie • Dealer HSU do the Best for Y<* 3-'-' Sfe'v *' s':4x7- • ' si ■ . ' - *c I is gcabSmsi&ccK ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

JlSSP iggfajgHM LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND OLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 14, 1920 FIVE -T-— : tTiijPt iTTrvvvT * THE UNIVERSAL CAR Reduction in Prices of Ford Products The war is over and war prices ntust go. Fffective at once, September 22d, 1920, Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors, will be sold F. O. B. DETROIT, at the following prices: *•" wm-M •: i Touring Plain—--------— --*-—---$440.00 Touring with Str.-—------ —— 510.00 Roadster Plain- — 395.00 Roadster with Str*. — --- 465.00 Chassis —1—--- —— — 360.00 Coupe, Str., Dem, rims: - -$745.00 .#Sedan, Str., Dem, rims - - 795.00 - - - 1 ?. - " . * . * Truc^K Pneumatic Tires - , 545.00 - ■ \ \ / Tractors--^^ 790.00 ,.y The Ford Motor-Co^ makes the reduction in thte face, of the fact they have on'hand immediate order for', 146,065 cars and tractors The Company will suffer a temporary^fpss, While using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make the sacrifice, in order to Bring business back to a normal * ' . ■ • •- • cond...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

SIX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES. THURSDAY, OCT 14, 1920 Xhe Difference Between ; True Missionary Baptist and the'Modern or Con- vention Missionary Baptist. (Continued from page 8) Twenty- Sevrnth- Di tferen<:>■ Convention Missionary Baptist missionaries teach that the convention of the world depends upon the money for mis- sions, many of them weep and over the Hindo mothers who throw their infant ehildreninto ^ Ganges river to appease' the - •tbof . idol God; and some of tbem shed great tears over the cramped feet of the women of China in the exhibition of their little shoes, and they deplore the Priest* ridden condition of the foreign world when they, them- selves are helping to build upon an Espiscopacy which if accomplish- ed would bring, our own people to the same condition. Then they tell us that thousands of these people ar$ going to hell because we do not give more money, and when they get people worked op in their sympathy they cryfcillin thunder tones, "Give...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

m LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND OLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 14, 1920 SBVEN *+ i tji Wf ii i*« « - Town and Country Notes ' - --" ■ •> " • .. ■ ■, Choice and Up to Now Ara Best today. motored to Shattuk M - mM • i Jess Cuthbertson was a Busy Town visitor Tuesday afternoon. T. R. Laubhan and Fred Skaggs Were in Shattuck today. W. H. Crites was in from south of town Saturday afternoon trad- ing. Mr, Kirkpatrick was in from northwest of town trading Tues- J Commissioner W. P. Freeman and family were in from north- east of the Busy Town Saturday afternbon trading and shaking hands with friends. Bill Summers who recently returned from Wichita is busy this week fitting up the south room of the Hicks building on the west side of Main street for a ^arber shop. * S. S. Cuthbertson came in Monday fromx Sul^her, Okla., to spend a few days in the midst of George Rexius was in town1 Follett friends while attending uesday trading from southwest' of her. Chris Sharp was in from south- of town Tuesday...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 October 1920

BIGkt LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT ' ~~ TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 14 1920 We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see "S. Money to loan at 8T T. A. Lemaster&Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS mM: Eventually! Why Not Now? Try us for Staple and fancy gro- ceries, fresh fruit, vegetables, Cold drinks, Ice Cream, Drugs, and Sun- dries, in fact anything in a up-to- date Drug store and Grocery store. Offiice of Dr. A. W. Dawson. A trial will convince you. y J. M. KEFF-ER, Prop. Li pscom b, \Texas Last Official StateMMit Were' $304,507.00 !.J ___ W. E. Stuart, President A. W. Kincade, Cashier W. G. Walker, Vice Pre*., A. B Griffith. Asst. Chshier, Bay Daniel, A**t. Cashie?'. The Officers of this Bank^ having "grown up" in this part of the country, have the NATURAL per- sonal interest in, and understanding of, your eve/y if •: ■ mm: Chow-Chow Time is Here \^e have a supply of white Mustard * Seed, Celary Seed, . Tumeric Powder, Ground Mus- tard and everything...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 October 1920

Herald - Vol. 4. No. 42 , dOi. Snnl AND FOLLETT TIMES FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, OCT. 2l 1920 Vol. 8, No, 48> Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County AND THE And it Was One of the Real Old Soaking Kind YESTERDAY EVENING From All Sides the Reports Come in Fgvorable as Lot of Moisture Now. Well now, does it rain in Tex- as? Well we should smile, It started in yesterday evening and poured down the whole night through and was still at it up to fciday. The rain came the news was broke to £ reporter that the noon mail would be delayed on account of a forty foot washout on the Santa Fe between here and Shat- tuck on tvanhoe Creek. noon down so hard that Election Day is About Here. WHAT OF FOLLETT From all indications the rain ■■■■J has been pretty general through', N the county* yet- there is room for not so strong, yet on all sides of Follett it has been heralded lyito us that a good old soaking rain has landed. Fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 October 1920

sisl TWO LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1920 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Se<k>nd Zones $1.50 Third Zone 1.60 Fourth Zone. 1.75 fifth Zone. 1.85 Sixth and other Zones. _____ 2.00 jl&gle Copies. , 5c C. A. SKAGGS. Publisher. J. Lemoine Skaggs, Local Ethel J. Skaggs, Society Editor. Editor. In order fo of foreign ■try to send •rder 'with copy. la _, '.entB It will be neces- draft, check or money f«r#4- itthcd on Thursday Morning \of Eacn Week L Foreign Advertising Representative THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Foilett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. ^ffNOUNCEMENTS. FOR COUNTY JUDGE. mm- i. WKHsm pfejjjK' I hereby Announce my Can didacy for the t>ffice of County Judge of Lipscomb County, sub- ject to the will of people in the election November next. M. L. BLANKINSHIP. I hereby announce myself as a for re-election to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 October 1920

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1920 THREE € i. m • Mother of Harlots And the Grand Mother of Conventiorr'sm Among * Baptist"-The Mystery of Babylon--=The - Roman Catholic Church. Orign of Con centiouixm among *T?aptist—rVhe centraliza- tion r>f power, money and influ- ence. In the continuation of my articles on the Dangers of our Political Liberties ami our Re- ligiots Liberties. I shall have ' to miss a few issues unless I get settled down at Ada, Okla., as I am mov- ing this week. But I promise the readers of the Lime Light I shall as soon as possible con- tinue these articles. The above cut and headings will give the reader some idea as to what the fuither investigation and organ; ization of these dangers of our American Liberties both religi- ously and politically will be real- izing that the truth will do us good both now and hereafter and that will do any one or any set of folks good in the furture. I want to say to those who are afraid of investi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 October 1920

, * fife*. ESif I m ..:g£mm POUR LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, OCT. 21, 1920 • '' • MMt Matey Spent in Follett BUY AT HOME PAGE Insures Foltett's Growth F ■ 1 " / r 1 eakftis First State Bank Buy in Follett and Add to - ' Follett's Prosperity Start a Savings Account and Add to Your Own Prosperity First State Bank V fv •-:L "B^rr jfi|| r.' gp|£v ■V" - .4 . V ' ^ 'V1' ||; : [MIft " Buy at Home When you get a new oi] Burning Stove, a Range or a Heater and there is a defect in it, we make it right—when you buy of the mail order house it te-V question whether you get the trouble cured. It is not so with us, we cure it. Frank Ffazier ;,, v ■- xW^l' ? J:' ~Mwmm When You Buy From, the Rome Merchant You Save Money == Buy Your Goods at Home and by &o Doing Make the Town You Call Ifene Better Then Place Your Surplus Gains in the V Farmers National Bank THE BANK THAT STANDS BEHIND YOU r When You,Put it up to the Rome Dealer He'll do the Best for You r:v mmm ^ ■' * ■— ■ . R&i ht...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 October 1920

HssS? ■ tJ-K - ' ' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 1920 THE UNIVERSAL CAR g r Reduction in Prices of Ford Products < The war is over and war prices must go. Fffective at once, September 22d, 1920, Ford Cars, Trucks and Tractors, will be sold F. 0. B. DETROIT, at the following .prices: * MM mm mm Touring Plain-- Touring, with Str Roadster Plain- Roadster with Str Chassis -$440.00 . 510.00 . 395.00 . 465.00 . 360.00 Coupe, Str., Dem, rims $745.00 Sedan, Str., Dem, rims— 795.00 TrucK Pneumatic Tires- - 545.00 Tractors 790.00 m Wm The Ford Motor Co., makes the reduction in the face of the fact they have on hand immediate order for, 146,065 cars and tractors The Company will suffer a temporary loss, while using up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make, the sacrifice, in order to bring business back to a normal | condition as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buying power of the Country. Henry Ford says: "The War is ov...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 October 1920

HrapijIiiP '' ■■■ '-f. ■ . . * ' i • - /" . .3. vv"- • S^S $V-V:? >;V; .W • " - Sfcv- ET? ••• = LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, OCT. 21, 1920 pb ?'r' u • v " - B$kst ; •' • . " - ET SjggK- ?v- Having disposed of our business, possession to be given January i, ' • . .... - • ■ : ' • -".-'v. • j i()2i, and in order to reduce stock to minimun, we are placing on Sale Men's and Boy's Clothing, Hats, Furnishings, and Shoes. $35,000 Worth of Mechandise to Select From. We are positively QUIT PING BUSINESS, and in order to do so, are making prices which cannot fail to appeal to the buyers of this community. A money saving opportunity to secure seasonable values in High Class Herchandise at prices, in some instances, at positively less than whole sale cost. The sale will last only long enough to reduce to a certain figure as per agreement with my successor. * V Saturday, October 16 . Everything Goes From 20 to 50 Per Cent •. '■ •. «. ' Discount Everything Goes From 20 to 50 Per Cent...

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