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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 August 1919

* >v , S'.':. LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1919 FIYE 11ELPSt> CLEAN UP AND KEEP CLEAN Much More Than Mere Comfprt l In- volved in Having Community Free From Dirt. The greatest effort In the history of cleanliness is cm! For cleanliness has a history. Its Influence can be traced down the ages. Those races that were clean were those races that were the masters. The Athenians, with their baths and beautiful homes, conquered the Per- sians, with their unkempt beards and dlrtv skins. Tl^e Romans, with their aqueducts. thel£\ barbers, their gar- dens, beat back the barbarians with their goat skins and greasy lingers. Louis XYT was the moat dainty mon- arch France ever had and one of the mightiest. Filth kept the Panama canal from being built years before it tinally was. Bolshevism flourished when the dirty and ignorant gained control in Russia. Real people, the wise, the leaders in progress, always have fought for cleanliness. At times it has been a spor...

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 — 14 August 1919

*IX LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG 14 1919 KEEP BOXES AT WINDOWS : Kk y. * - ♦- IfV • : • > giait* Gib Simple to Do, and Few Things Add More to the Appearance of a House. Those who can afford to spend the time and money need experience uo difficulty in having window boxes well furnished with handsome plants throughout the entire year. In win- ter hardy dwarf evergreens, such as boxwood, young pines, spruee, arbor- vltae and junipers may J e used in the body of the box with English ivy to trail over the edge. In early spring various bulbous plants—tulips, crocus and daffodils—are available. Double English daisies or pansies may also be used. There is, of course, no difficul- ty whatever In obtaining plants to oc- cupy the boxes dining the summer. There Is a large number of plants that, are suitable for window and porch box gardening. Among them may be found those that will thrive in sunny, shaded or partly shaded places. Plants for window boxes ran he roughly...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 August 1919

I 1® • . - LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1919 SEVEN L . AAAAA. J-l. ■-,1 .y. A JLA .C. rvT^r l * ! I 1 Till I I I 1 V I I I I I I V *r< ' m i*i Town and Country Notes ipy, Choice and Up to Now ; WW? Art Becker was in from south town trading Saturday. east of Vx"; Uj'W f ■ Miss. Georgia Hurlhey, of Lip- scomb, was a Follett visitor Sat- day and Sunday. a " I Mrs. J. M. Wright of near Ivanhoe was* Bjisy Town trader Monday morning. Miss Eva Null, of Madison, visited with Miss JDorfis Dull Saturday and Sunday. * John Barren and ~Fred Skaggs were Follett.. visitors Irom souths west of town Sunday. evening from a few days visit at Amarillo with frjends. - • y Commissioner \ Freeman from northeast Of the Busy Town was seen/on our streets Tuesday. — • *■ . j > . . Jiv * * Miss Goldie Proffitt, of Gage, Okla., is here this week visiting with Miss - Veftmr Sappington. P. R. Wheatly was in from west of town Friday with a load of grain that he put on the market...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 14 August 1919

ss-v:: LIP8COMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 14, 1919 If *£c. sM iZ&k tr~w 1 We sell farms h n d ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to us. Woney to loan at 8 see PER C T. A. Le master & Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS A Few Collected Exchanges From LATEST AND BEST " - ■ ^ Paragraphs I hat Will - . Interest You ---- Short and ;to the Point. F. Anold has threshed 35 acres of summer fallowed wheat land which turned out GO bushels id 25 pounds to the acre. Mr. Id lives on the MeNaughton ce in the south part of the eounty, near Happy, which he bought-last year. He has in all 400 acres, but the summer fallow- ed land' turned out by far the largest and will make double average for this county. Mr. Arnold was a wheat farmer in the Pampa community for a numbei of years. He then went to California and Washington where he lived until the call of the Panhandle became too strong and he returned, buying_the Me- Naughton place. He bought the Innis farm near ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

i AND FOLLETT TIMES Herald—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUtJTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 21. 1919. Vol. 7, No. 40 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. DOINGS About the People at the County Seat and Vicinity. NEWSY BRIEFLETS Sent in Over the Megaphone l ine by Our Correspon dent for You to See. LIPSCOMB, TEX. AUG. 18— Lot Keffer who was afnong the first from this neighborhood to volunteer tor service with Uncle Sam returned home this Saturday and was greatly pleased to mingle among the Lipscomb folk again after his long stay across the pond where he had made good in sever- al places arid to be sure the peo- ple were as greatly pleased to see the old boy once more as well. Although having been sent to the hospital with wbunds a time or two he has come out 0. K. and can put the ball through on the diamond with the same old vigor. Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Baldwin were in Friday evening taking in the movies. Phil Scott came in from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

f ' ■ «• * t* irffiS£0MB UME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1919 I • l • LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES A-«l Advertisers SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones_i__$1.50 Third Zone 1.60 Fourth Zone 1.75 Fifth Zone 1.85 Sixth and other Zones 2.00 Copies_____^ 5c C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. ■k?T: Published on Thursday Morning of Eacn Week r ——-— Entered as second class matter at t.He Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act' of Congress of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- sary to send either draft, check or money order with copy. Advertising rates 15c per sin- gle^ column inch; front page 75c. Locals 7jc per line. W&e:.4" IfsS:-' i wsr& .* f " [if-< • What a Grouch Will do. . If you ever have a grouch, get rid of it—shake it off in a hurry^ —for it is about your worst enemy. A grcuch will tuin the sweet- est disposition to vinegar. It will-set you against your -fellow ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

: '• i: USX ."' - - ';■ " -' i~ Sjggffes >•1.' ■-■'■ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, AUG. 21, 19i^ $ * v* =•* fm If a Irian hps anything he is proud of, he gives it a name whether it be a baby or a pair of boots. And the more he is proud1 of it, the more he talks dbout it. Nameless things are seldom good and ntver reliable* ^B^ou wilnt to cutdown your cost of living'the very best way tdWit is to learn to ask only for standard articles. <* When you know the name of a good ma£er of shirts or shoes, of furniture or pianos, of hardware or underwear, fix that name definitely in yttftr mind and remember it when you come to buy. Do not allow strange things to come into your home any more than you would allow strange people. The brand and the trade-mark and the copyright are the let- ters of introduction from the maker to you. In this way he vouches for their respectability and guarantees their good be- havior in your home. * There is a name for every good product that is made....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

1 m ;.;PSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY,, AUG. 21/1919 WITH IDEA OF BEAUTY ElS- Jp liti ft-" tt£jpS Bw. House Should Never Be Planned Sole- ly Along Lines of Economy and Practical Utility. n An earnest pie* for more beauty In > building is submitted by a writer in the magazine Touchstone, who says in part: _ • "Building a home should be ap- \ proached with reverence as well' as / joyous enthusiasm. -There is no ad- venture in life more fraught with ro- mance than the creating of a home. We are apt to turn to the past for precedent In architectural styles, whereas we should concern ourselves chiefly with the honest expression of our needs and surroundings. :-..vllLcve of beauty was almost a re- ligion with the Greeks. To build an ugly thing was a misdemeanor punish- able wfth ostracism. Our country - would be a much more delightful and much more agreeable place to live in if our home builders were guided by wise architects who took as much thought for beauty 'as they ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1919 FIVE WAS OWE GOLD WATCH AHEAD WmF . Wm mi §8 mi rm J-'fu'z: e. " ^4*-,7 11s . A, 1 rj*,y> g3£ :■ §&■.•■ Incident In Lord Macaulay's Life \ Which Probs^>ly He Was Quite Willing to Forget. • —" Here Is an amusing story of Macau- lay, as told by Lady Logan in her reminiscences: "Lord Ma caul ay was in Rome the winter we were there with the ma- barajah. They had one very good stery about him going the round of the English colony, which was told up by an ^attache of the British em- bassy. Like all strangers, he went by moonlight to see the Coliseum and, as was proper in a historian and a poet, that the spirit of the ceutnries might have full sway with- in his souf, he went alone. As he. stood rapt and gazing in the ' shadow o? the arches $ man brushed rudely by jostling him roughly. With great presence of mind. Mr. Macaulay —as he "then was—felt at once for his watch. It was gone. The thief was stiif in view. Prompt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

pllfpf T J \ ;S^§§£ six > li^W X>".<-' : L-. . ^>- LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG 21 1919 Whistling Through Life. This world is full of queer peo-^ pie, and it has been our fortune to bump up against a few of them —tp our sorrow. Most people hereabouts take this paper AND PAY FOR IT. Th§y do it not as a duty, burt because they know they simply can not get along without their home paper. - The editor NEVER whistles for THEIR money-he GETS it. But there is another class- some "class!" to 'em, too. They take the paper regularly —are the first to read it—profit by the many opportunties offered in its columns—AND FORGET TO.PAY FOR IT. - They just let the editor WHISTLE-and keep on whist- ling. if he needs money, he can whistle for it. If he has. bills to meet, he can pay; them in whistles. Si> far as they are* concerned, the editor can go , and whistle himself to-glory. ; Yes, they, get, the paper, and the "editor whistles for his \ But, then, the edi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

hip LIPSCOMB LIME LfGHT AND FCfLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 2lv 1919 SSTSM% Snappy, Choice and Up to Now - Roy Wilson took in the Laub- ] han sale Monday afternoon. Boliver Fouch was in Shattuek on business Friday afternoon. Have you got the hunch—Fol- # lett is a live wire any .old place you put her. Tobe Wheat was in from JDarrouzett Tuesday afternoon for a short time. . Jim Wheat was a Busy Town visitor in from west of here Sat- urday morning. Edgar Taylor, of Darrouzett, was a Busy Town business man Friday afternoon. W. J._Cessna was over from Darrouzett for a short time on business Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Thayei were in from southwest of town trading Wednesday. Miss, Crystal Perkins, of near Ivanhoe, was in the Busy Town Saturday afternoon shopping. Mr. and IVtys. Bailey Soulsbury, of nocth of the Busy Town were in Saturday afternoon trading. " M: ' Mrs. O. A. Crump returned . Friday afternoon from a short visit with friends at Logan, Okla. - Mr., and Mrs. Joe Rice were in f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 21 August 1919

^§i EIGHT LIP8C0MB LIME LIGHT,AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 21, 1919 iH" VEGETABLE PLANTS. i 5r L K We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see us. Money to loan at 8 PER T. A. Le mast e r & Co. * LIPSCOMB, TEXAS / A Few Collected From Our Exchanges. iATEST AND BEST a* . { Brief Paragraphs That Will Interest You —- Short andv^j^x ^the *Point. . —: r' Dick Csft'n was down from ^ northwestern Herriphfll this week attending -^commissioners court. He states £jbat wheat has been- turning out5 pretty fair in his sect fen. Tbi begt crop he know.s of was the ihree hundred acre field, of Sam DeTrixhe wl ich made an average of 45 bushels per acre. Mr. DeTrixhe also had aifye field that made a yield of 15, bushels per acre. Wheat at 43 , bushels made a production wfeh close to $90 per acre, and on land that cost Mr. DeTrixhe $20 per acre. The excessive rains it at harvest time lowered the te of much of the wheat in this county.—Canadian .Reco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

pS-P*- " t ' ' WsjmZ; '- * m i | fllM yiuiiiii <1 . =4 iyii AND FOLLETT TIMES vw- = Herald-Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1919. Vol. 7, No. 41 £■: -0 .} - . •*: ' " Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County. • -: -V:^ - & LIPSCOMB DOINGS r& About the People at the County Seat and Vicinity. NEWSY BR1EFLETS Sent in Over the Megaphone I#ine by Our Correspon dent for You to See. Hi m LIPSCOMB, TEX. AUG. 25- W. H. Sewell, aw^mpained Miss Alma Hale to Foftett this fore- noon while atteoding to other, business matters. Miss Hale will teach the fall term of sjjhool at that place. N^iss Nelia Gilkerson, of Hig- gins, has taken Miss Lynn Meyers place as stenographer at the T. A. Lemaster & Co.'s real estate office. A. R. Turner, of this placefcand H. L. Adkins, of Higgins.jwent to Folletfc this morning tb mingle in business circles tllfere for 'a short time. I We of the community are per- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

Pvske-' < X £K ||T"P; S^Tii^ TWO LiPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1919 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT 1IMES SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First and Second Zones.50 Third Zone 1.60 Fourth Zone. 1.75 , Fifth Zone. _______________ 1.85 r Sixth and other Zones. 2.00 Single Copies_______-_^->_- 5c C. A. SKAGGS, Publisher. Published on Thursday Morning of Eacto Week Entered as second class matter .at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act oftjongress of March 3, 1879. In order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertiseir.ants It will be neces sarv to send either draft, check or mone3 order with copy. Advertising rates 15c per sin- gle column inch; front page 75c. locals 71c per line. ' JiljWFilSS m W&. *-V, Walt Mason Presents HousingjsSituation. , Oft I hear discordant slogans, hear the loud and sad lament; men are wearing out their brogans hunting houses they car rent. Every village, town, and —city sees the ^same discouaged ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

'r V. fV.'s . ?*;• : *•-• LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOU.ETT TIMES, AUG 28, 1919 THREf "Conscious" Reader of Advertising /;.!A ^ By J. B. HAMILTON Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker'a, Philadelphia i ' tJ . 1? When you learn to read your advertising as you read your news/the cost of everything you wear or use is going to be lowered for you. If you knew how much money it takes to soak an idea into your mind subconsciously you would be ashamed of your niind. It actually takes as long as two years sometimes to get you to think and say a certain word. It's like teaching a baby to talk. Every known trick of psychology is brought to bear on you. r Advertisers have even been known to print their advertisement upside down, hoping, perhaps, that if you had to stand on your (head to read it you might remember what they nay. And what you so often refuse to receive with your will the camera of your eye records in spite of you. So that 96% of what you buy you buy through advertising whether yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

FOUR LlPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1919 Kip - - BPfeccv Masr'Sh* . tit- k|§"v * ~ I ' +++4"Hi++'M'++++t+'H'+4'++,H"H + First Offering of the MM«n f'-x I HIS ' : • ©i# '• , OUR PROGRAM -The aim of the organizers of this Company is to produce oil. We propose making this an OIL COMPANY in every sense of the word; in doing so—THREE things are essential, namely: MANAGEMENT, SUFFICIENT OPERATING CAPITAL AND ACREAGE—these three plus expert-advice in selecting acreage spell DIVIDENDS. We assure each and every shareholder a square deal. We intend drilling our well to a depth of 4000 feet unless oil oi gas is found in paying quantities at lesser depth. We will start drilling just as soon as a sufficient amount of stock can be sold, and will prosecute the work with all due diligence until the well is completed. .,. Should we get production we guarantee our shareholders 75 per cent of the net profit de- ■ rived from the well, the remaing 25 per cent to be used for fu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

Bfifi'lT 111 " . :::?; • tfeit US ^ ••'•' "-& HBB11 U LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1919 FIVE GfclZZLY BEAR FROM ASIA Ago Something Like a Million .Years the Animal Came Hem by . Way of Alaeka. % —— The grizzly bear has been known to " the white race a little more than a cen- tury. Lewis and Clark wrote the first official accounts of him in 1805, and he was first discussed publicly in 1814 by Gov. De Witt Clinton In New York city. Guthrie's old geography says that he was named Ursus horribllus by Natur- alist George Ord in 1816. Fossil rec- ords indicate that the grizzly is of Asiatic origin. He appears to have come into Anferiea about a million years ago over one of the prehistoric _ land bridges that united Alaska and Asia. Bears and dogs are descendants from the same parent stock." The griz- zly bear never eats human flesh, is not ferocious and fights only In self-de- fense. He leads an adventurous life, is a born explorer and ever has good wildern...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

Sos S ' ) i LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG 28 1919 -j ^ rEr:' ■ m ; '•' Bfe • RH ;*• ■ SS$£ em m-: ./• 1 ■ .I Mystery of Rain Unexplained. The mysteries of rain are not yet cleared away. The .forces of electric- ity, of magnetism, of radio activity, of ultfra violet light and all the other agencies which may collaborate In the production of a downpour of rain are very obscure. We know from Holy Writ that the wind bloweth where It llsteth. Noth- ing whatever can be more expressive of the capricious and lawless char- acter of the wind. And wind and rain come together; and the changes of temperature make what we call weather. In the South Sea Islands the natives have no word which means weather as the atmospheric condi- tions never change. The vast ma- joifty of human beings are in contrast and unending conflict with the weath- er. Hence the universal interest In Its causes, whether the noise and the smpke of battle fields or the ashes from volcanoes or from the c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

r mIr * ■ * wo- m £&$ i I cT:|| * &W/ « W"v, ' LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND F0LLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG.~28% 1919 SEVEK town Snappy, Choice and Up to Now; r ft tN4ift ♦ m- ' a.-;." Born—To Mr. and Mrs. Richard Borth, Aug. 27. A boy. Johnnie Redmond was in from west of town Saturday evening. The Ladies Aid will sell pies at the Spangler-Rey'nolds sale to- day. Miss Thelma Gifford was in from west of town Saturday trad- ing. • ■ j* J. R. Linder was in trading Tuesday afternoon from west of town. Rattler'Nelson arrived Wednes day evening from parts in '« 'A . ' t ^ The restaurant Mrs. Gentry will Monday. Mack Jones was a ttiggins visitor Tuesday afternoon on business. The 'high school principal's household goods arrived Wednes- day evening. Miss Leola Walker is visiting this week at the Baldwin home north of here. being run by change hands i Wm \ - [ Mk;i Mr ' y\ !r- : ■ WF£:. fe"- Wh fe <■ W. Mr. Paul Elmore has purchased the Mrs. Hattie Goodwin farm the past week. Mrs. Cpl. Pe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 28 August 1919

EIGHT LIPSCOMB LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG. 28, 1919 We sell farms and ranches. Before buying or selling it will be to your advantage to see Money to loan at 8 T. A. Le master &Co. LIPSCOMB, TEXAS PER C matoes, Postpaid, 500-$2.00, 1000-$3.50; Hot and Sweet Pep- pers, Eggplant, Beets, 500-$2.50, 1000-$4.75; Cabbage, Bermuda Onions, 500-$1.25, 1000-$2.00. Write or wire for Catalog and wholesale prices. Order early ! and notify us when to ship. LIBERTY PLANT COMPANY Crystal City, Texas. r* FOUND. ; FOUND—After the Picnic in tha Acre's pasture, either young | lady or little Misses hat. Finder can have same by calling at this ! office and paying for this notice. FOUND—Small coat near Mam- moth Creek, suitable for boy | five or six years old. Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. A Few Collected m From Exchanges. I k,v- LATEST AND BEST On last Saturday,. A.ug. 9, a meeting was held in the court house in Snyder for the purpose of taking s...

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