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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 August 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND KOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG 32, 1 ()23. ■ ' ' "i.: THREE SAM HOUSTON TWICE MARRIED under this head at the Fate of.7ie per r number or initial to same as word. -.g% ry; A-/' --« - LAND BARGAINS W&M* r littiiwpiii'. M;jfj. .'I 11 ri.i.'. 1 •*!":. . LEASE—14 Section ■ . L- S. Dixon, Booker $8>1T - A. ' - OA J. • m- of - W- 4and farm, ,,W. Trull, sm 1 f-^2io o,-?./> "= • 1 >«•. ' iPAL POUL- an W-'rf: CONTINUE' TO CLAtM TRACT Anneke Jans' Heirs Still Confident They Are Entitled to Trinity Church 'Property. Though the New York State Court of Appeals outlawed the Anneke Jans heirs' claim to the Trinity church tract in New York city as long ago as 1856, and again In 1881, the claim still persists in tlie minds of some of Mrs. Jans' thousands*of descendants. The various^ litigations attacking the Trinity church title were all 6ased on technical irregularities in grants of conveyances, such as the absence of a seal Or Signature, or on allegations that the...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 August 1923

^r-T" "•: : ■■jf** _■ ■ ■- eM;-'", Wi LIPSCOMB LIMELIGHT A.ND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. AUG, 23, 1923. = :~S> *dnB ill! ractive Display of i^r Dry Goods Women who desire both style and comfort in sum- mer will find a marvelous showing of hot weather fabrics, ready to wear apparel and furnishings on dis- play at this store. Our present stock is the result of our exceptionally good fortune in our selections in the whoisale markets. Also haVe a full and complete line of Groceries so appetitize you will come back after more. I I ^ K. BpSgpsM W. F. NflLLER, Proprietor Follett, Texas. == - v . . - ace Your i V ' •• . .• ■ ing for prices prices paid for grains at alii times— don't forget this place when you'are in ber to come here before . ^elsewhere. : SE&'' LISKE GRAIN CO. II villi I If 11 VvlLUtn MRRHPI ffi-42 jfe.' Pay The for Cream, Eggs, > and all kinds of Farm Produce. fiivfi ii im Agent for Empire Cream Separators. i§ji§i|i|l§i M Let us show you. L- FOLLETT; TEXAS m&mm...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 August 1923

Jgjpigfg :.: V ' ^ ; - saSJ aiS :•■?•• V'.* r3£>- i. UPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG, 23 1923 FIVE feei ~r- 1 "7^5 rrt^w^i^'R'aasssawBi " • • and Country Notes «•> & cl> Vi*-^ni>0 is nothing like a le Light. ohn Kahoe, has been on a feV days _the was in from north- ng for a short ;y afternoon. Hains was a Busy pi^from the farm of here Friday after- of near Logan, i the guest of Miss Iola part of town noon for a short time bringing in with him a big load of wheat, j also taking out with him some j good eats. ^ Mrs. Oscar Hains and daugh- ter. Lois, were in from southeast of here last Thursdy afternoon attending to business and visit- ing with a bunch of Busy Town friends while in. R. L. Miller one of the Busy Town traders living southwest of here was seen on the streets for a short time Saturday afternoon shaking hands with. the Busy Town.■'"live wires". £*«3f A universal custom lLal b-siisiiis every- body. /lids digestion, cis.inses the teeth, soo...

Publication Title: Lipscomb Lime Light And Follett Times
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 23 August 1923

mm - m six 19 LIPSCOMB1 LIME LIGHT AMD FOLLETT* ITIMES, THURSDAY, AUG 23 1923 «■ 5' ••-•'• " SSraf;: ;« r;,r; ^3; 4? ■ ■' fc gi?* v " . -«r Away One of the most enjoyable parts of your trip is planning your wardrobe, especially if you COME HERE TO CHOOSE. Delightful Summer Dresses, Wraps, Un- der things, Hosiery—all are here in ample choice, so that you may get just what you like best, whether you select your entire outsit or a few items. Classfied Wants (Continued from page 3 > CATTLE FOR SALE. REGISTERED HEREFORD BULLS for sale siied by — Lord Delamer No. 458681; Bocaldo 13th No. 634520.—P. B. Mills. Lipscomb, Texas. MISCELLANEOUS. Mid-Season* Footwear Danty lines, fashion's newest material whims, and designs that matc^ and add to the beauty of your summer wardrobe-—these are a lew of the many reaaons why it is worth your while to come here for your Snmmer Footwear. IF I were you I would trade with White House Lumber Co. at Follett or Hi.^gins. Do you? If not commence now. The ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 August 1923

~ • -ffl- •" -> ' "• - V 'f^^zzSmBES ■ ?; v.;.< - • •jl if? is AND FOLLETT TIMES I—Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUG, 30, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 42 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County- mmm Bfgpgg m-r&t IN BRIEF "urned in by Our Regular Correspondent. About People You Know. A. * sKBsa®a&Av®w p^|.. r Points—Pa ragraph- lease You. LIPSCOMB TEX., Aug. 27- night the club ladies <av . ice cream supper at the W- The attendance rly good but they failed to the cream so Sun- taken out to Mr. Halts isposed of by a S Mr. and Mrs. it certainly was a storm I of the Sand Creek and part of Lips- with baskets full ats. A nice day of it was the result at ly August 20 Judge *s Court convened following three cases of: H. B. Arnett G. White, the Edwards /a. R. E. Paul, r. P. Ewing disceased Iso a settlement ?en the heirr of ► of A. U. Young de- The case of the State i Jones was dismissed for Margaret Law...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 August 1923

sateaBfc&agya: 71",-■ W - ■ :;: ^ ,~< " ■ *5^" : -v.. f3v/ : " i„. ■■■-: *•' '""'!•<'• -n Bis 'wo LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY AUG 30, 1923 gg — SlSSSS&i*. AND FOLLETt TIMES t 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. SKAGGS. Publisher. to order to guarantee the publication uf foreign advertisements it will be neces- mpy to send either draft, check or money <-rrter with eopy. ^ubliahed on Thursday Morning of B«cn Week Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- . as on July 31st 1918 under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. v Appreciate- And You'll be Glad 4,v;. A large part of the unhappiness i this world is covered with the crust of inappreciation. |p The human being doesn't live ^ho doesn't long for appreciation, envelopes don't always it. .A merely magnificent doesn't hold-it. You can't think appreciation. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 August 1923

■pip* |s^r. - isslsSff^- - - x''' - LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG "30, 1% THRSE Wants BKgBSBF'J'g?3?^ '*'• ^ its under this head at the reasonable rate of lie per One number or initial to as word. nil LAND BARGAINS - "v- • - ' ■ ~ - - ^ 0 Section of -L. S. Dixon, Booker 244 Bay ten dollars present cost of and buy 160 acres line black land farm, B. W. Trull, 2210 .SCHOOL wsmm mp ======= WMMk I PRACTICAL POUL- SCHOOL—Offers an y to makeraoney while the business. Ranch, Palo Alto, Biggest Land Area in Asia. Asia covers one-third the land sur- face of the globe, with a coast line more than 9,000 miles greater than the entire circumference of the earth, says the Detroit News. The continent stretches from the equator to the north pole; from the narrow Bebrin? strait that separates it from North America to the Suez canal that cuts it off from Africa. Tt embraces the most desolate and uninhabitable areas of the earth; at the same time It sus- tains the densest populat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 August 1923

,x: / Jg;V i sKS.^''"*'" * "™"'~ LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT &ND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG, 30, 1923. m i % kg :tive Display of _„._jmer Dry Goods US? Women who desire both style and comfort in sum- mer will find a marvelous showing of hot weather fabrics, ready to wear apparel and furnishings on dis- play at this store. Our present stock is the result of our exceptionally good fortune in our selections in the wholsale markets. c f'y. i->: • . . Also have a full and complete line of Groceries so sappetitize you will come back after more. * K. F. MILLEtf, Proprietor follett, Texas. • k :*—-i . Si . ■ . The Place Your ing for Highest prices prices paid for grains at alll times— i? friends don't forget this place when yon,are .in * Remember to come here before going LISKE QRAtmcO. mmm mm*3* ICE BROS., PRODUCE Pay The Highest £riee for Cream, Eggs, , and all kinds of; Farm Produce, or Empire Cream Separators. Let us show you. Mm FOLLETT, TEXAS Notice In Probate—Writ. THE STATE OF TEXA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 August 1923

mmm 119 - !P and Country Notes msz * LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, AUG, 30 1923 FIVE I After Every Meal * Sperry was in from of Follett Saturday. was a Darrouzett trains Saturday. hayer was In from north- | here Friday afternoon 1* ft: Town M. E. Walker and traders and visitors Friday after- noon from the pleasant country home northeast of here. day afternoon attending to ness and looking after W. P. Freeman was in "from the farm northeast of here Satur- busi- some good eats for the Sunday dinner. This section has been visited this week- by several rains that have cooled the atmosphere to a pleasing tempature besides refreshing the crops considerably. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tur- bush, of Shattuck, Okla., were welcome visitors in Busy Town for a short time Saturday after- of cousse was business on the visitors afternoon. f&oids was in from east Saturday trading and ;hands with friends. > Phillips, of near Logan, a business trip to turday afternoon. Kahoeand Fred...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 30 August 1923

HH ••••• . ..r t :•' .:.. ■ ' - v 398C SBtetJTJ: - ..•' £V: - I SIX LIPSCOMB' LIME I3&HT AND FOLLETTl ITIMES, THURSDAY, AUG 30, 192* . I i&SsH • : ?S!£3 Ml Jgi = 181111 WI.V* - Hgglll iliSlite gMSie JH| . Baa 53? ; gps §111 « BgpK&ag eNspisi^ - ' *, Sfei? *.4 •' • -1" M^^illi Kill --'..A . &&'■ ; ma, w^m mu sk-t: oing One of the most enjoyable parts of your trip is planning your wardrobe, especially if you COME HERE TO CHOOSE. Delightful Summer Dresses, Wraps, Un- der things, Hosiery—all are here in ample choice, so that you may get just what you like best, whether you select your entire outsit or a few items. . ■H: • ' I is id-SeasQn wear Danty lines, fashion's newest ■ > material whims, and designs that 5 match and add to the^ beauty of mi ypur summer wardrobe—these are a few of the many reaaons why it is worth your while to come here for r your Slimmer Footwear. tl' , * .* |pif;v ; , ' " „ - At all times we handle a good land com- plete line of wholsome Gro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 September 1923

ills; Ife 1 < JL, AND FOLLETT TIMES -Vol. 4. No. 42 FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT, 27, 1923. Vol. 11;-No. 46 Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Lipscomb County• B Services for Harding in London and Paris IN BRIEF by Our Regular Correspondent. T| —> AND THERE p ■ ■ tple You Know, y Points- -Paragraph- ;ase You. TEX,, Sept. 24- ing of Glazier died at morning from injur- by the heavy car of ieear backed over some excite- a fire, which . a lantern at the owned by Mr. seems that Mr. using a lantern to [ing the car w i th e. ,TJiile so doing, fiamds causing excitement. Mr. 1 rushed inside to get a der to give the alarm to ifiom the townspeope. " ig with the gun outer door of the was backed over driver upon bear- cry from Mr. foreward, catching wheels t^e second ^cident occured in tof Thursday night " g died at 4:00 s. He is a man the neighborhood fand is a brother of Amarillo and of Sheynne, jn in this part for a number ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 September 1923

LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY SEPT 27, 1923 Mmm £r "V--- v- . - . •fy* SmMKh&S v^* i- , ' LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES HP PI gg|§£ 5-T\; - * -N' mk "te l v IS® - > J ^S^lip &* "l¥ SUBSCRIPTION RATES. First andSecond Zones $1.50 Third Zorie—.. - 160 "" — i.75 ULi—- 1.85 Zones 2.00 ..... 5c! V Old Timer Answers Roll Call. John B. Dyche, was born in Andrew County, Mo., May 26th, 1856. He died, at his home near Follett, Tex., on Monday, Sept. 17th, at 12:00 o'Clock. He moved with his parents, to Brown County, Kansas, in 1871. > He was married to Miss Georgia C A. SKAGGS, Pablithtr. WHf8mS& -~xfcs - . of. «Lv>o •anrto ■ . ■ r ' 'S*: -.V " ' • --if--. ... the publication it win be nece«- drtft, check or money mmit-s- on thurtday Morning of Back ■v .* -J" e' ■* PK ifep ■ . i ' jKi Williams, of that place, in 1878. To this union were born five chil- dren all of whom ape still living except one daughter. He was converted and buried, with his Lord, in baptism, at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 September 1923

Kg®: % ' ^^•••-■^-?. v^« ; LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPT 27, 192a. THRSE "ATE OF TEX^S, \ of Lipscomb. ) by reason of the ira- rment of the capital stock of sirmers National Bank of t, doing business at B\)llett, ipscomb County, Texas^ the Comptroller of the Currency has given said association notice to pay the deficiency in its capital j Ftocis and Whereas, such notice was given on the 4th day of June, 1923; and Whereas, on the J 6th day of July, im, the stockholders of said- association, after due obtice shareholders, levied an snt upon the stock of said Hon in the amount of 26, par value thereof, being, necessary to pay mcy in stich eas, Sappington is of fifty shares of the said association, of the of $5,000.00, which, association, is ad- vised, is held as collateral by. the Bank and Trust ny of Kansas City, Miss , nd the said Roy Sapping ton and the said Fedelity Nation- as-* Trust ¥ a d still tifie said shares, eVKtencea by one cer-r ibered 11 and dated ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 September 1923

rnKSf^i^y •.. s ' UPSCOMB LIME LIGHT 4ND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY. SEPT, 27, 1923. SgW f ftwawyiB. Children :-*^p l#|ira &V X' f;: tvJTT A most attractive line of fall, and - winter |§|$' now injstock at our store. Pretty ) Childrtrris school dresses. Also a v £of heavy and light underwear. In fact or ws&y " Alway$ have a full and wholesome line of gro- I .<vv: fips mi . 01 teg Come in look things over—good oft the job. -^■Charter No. 12101 «. Reserve District, No. 11 REPORT OF CONDITION OF The Follett National Bank At Follett in the State of Texas, at the close of business on Sept. 14th, 1923. ' " RESOURCES. ( Dollars Cts Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, ac- ceptances qf other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank (except' those shown in b and c) --$176,875.04 Total loans $ Overdrafts, secured, $ None1; unsecured, $ 411.99 Deposited to secure circulation (.U. S. bonds par value), $ 7,500.00 All other United States Cov...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 September 1923

lip# , ■Baliw* fv ' * " ' .• f k- : • '■-.. JK5-- 1, '•P LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, SEPT, 27 1923 FI?B ."-c .* I Town and Country Notes iV.f". • -. C. Teter was in from north- Friday attending to matters. gfpl Bert Miller was a Follett trader and sightseer in from southwest of here Saturday after- noon. R. J. Wilson was among those in from the farm southwest of a short time Saturday afternoon. Gupps made a business Shattuck, Okla., Friday n returning latter in the family. They returned Sunday evening. home Take it home to the kids. Have a packet in your pocket for an ever-ready treat. : delicious confec- rr r and wife came Okla., Monday a few days with rela- and Ben Jett traders and visitors Madison, Okla., Fftoon. Mrs. Maggie Shelburn, of Wellington, Kansas came . in Monday on the Hi-Line to here besides other friends. She re- turned to her Kansas home the latter part of the week. Friday afternoon "Red" Mar- tin took it upon himself to hitch up the ol' wagon a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 27 September 1923

Blpg^ r f 3BS£aj5se5£| '^=:- ■tev- ■' ■ SIX " ?%5 1.1" r I I mil " ——— •** —rniUrn LIPSCOMB1 LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT* ITIMES, THURSDAY, PliFT Yi L923 — rr ■•W- - i §*> wm ■ ifc# IS:'" i S-VMj;V -' 1 •; * V ' " ¥ •*•', 4 . '• "ij-l .-I- •> : JK vS~ - t Klt&C: fevilv: JBp Palp •'W. ■m Going Away Wear One of the most enjoyable parts of your trip is planning your wardrobe, especially if you COME HERE TO CHOOSE. Delightful Summer Dresses, Wraps, Un- der things, Hosiery—all are here in ample choice, so that you may get just what you like best, whether you select your entire outsit or a few items. Mid=5eason Footwear Danty lines, fashion's newest material whims, and designs that match and add to the beauty of your.summer wardrobe---these are a few of the many reaaons why it is • v.. ^ v^.'.V \r> /•* - ,- x ' . . V. worth your while to come here for your Snmmer Footwear. ; * At all times we handle a good land com- plete line of wholsome Grooeiies-egceen vege- tables when possibl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

pip !®S4J6 v^ iM^gsxm , „ f f3llP MS i | AND - FOLLETT TIMES rol. 4. No. 42 MfflBfeafcai «afekv.- hi FOLLETT, LIPSCOMB COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV., 8, 1923. Vol. 11, No. 52 m : ■ - Official Paper of Lipscomb County, Texas—Devoted to the Interest of Follett and Livscomh County. l?5lvS* Scott's Lucy, registered Duroc-Jersey sow, and her world's record litter of twelve pigs that weighed 3898^ pounds at 6 months old. Upper left, Vic. Hill, owner and feeder; upper right, E. R. Eudaly, County Agent, who supervised the feeding. u"v;; ; * Our Regular i ' V' JSSPlffii S ^ople You Know. 3—Paragraph- • * • > ea^- &S&&3 g!« { •X- TEX.. Nov. 12— n and Miss Youck ' to marriage at the j Nuptial next tin 1 NEAR-BY G A Few Collected From Exchanges. LATEST AND ;w'%m Brief Paragraphs That Will Interest You — Short and to the Poiftk t wmu Texas Litter Sets Worlds Records healing for the wounds that brave and sensitive hearts hide from a disdainful world. There these hurts and distresse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

'vv ; „v. ?wo ?■ at #• LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY NOV 8, 1923 IOIBLIHE LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES SUBSCRIPTION. RATES. First and Secfcnd Zones $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. Wk 'in order to guarantee the publication of foreign advertisements it will be neces- fury to send either draft, check or money c-.hjar with eopy. ■fe &■'. K iblished on Thursday Morning of Back Week i tJ III ! !; ='„ ' Entered as second class matter at the Post office at Follett, Tex- as on July 31st 1918 under the Act-of Congress of March 3, 1879. ANCESTOR OF GARDEN GREENS Society Notes. F^ed filler purchashed his wife a new brown dress. Miss Cleo Fay Wakler is the proud owner of a "Ford Hand- bag". Rosa Worrell has been w coat that seems to envy of all the girls. t Tinh Clfford baked one delicious cakes Tuesday iths are watering now.T Fanny Markley has a new fad—by ordering of the populas Christmas thi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

J ' r.M <3 LIPSCOMB LIME LIGHT AND FOLLETT TIMES, THURSDAY, IF CHESS PLAYERS Stroesbeck, Qormsny, and It Is Taught in Schools. ' k, Germany, & little peasant I .1,500 souls, boasts that It not a man, woman or child of fcge who does not play ttfe an- gatne of chess, says a corre- t of the N«w York Tribune, e small children have kings, knights and -pawns as play- Stroesbeck's fondness of chess back to the Eleventh century, so goes, .when Count Gunnelln, Wendish tribe, held here as a of the. bishop of Magdeburg, his own chess board and taught play. boards like children in I States carry grammars or and slates. Pupils in the classes in Stroesbeck must examiuation in chess and to of the contests the village give prixes—chess boards "f-'f- - v. are painted on the out, the dining ta- tbe sitting room tables lp homes are chess boards od even (he decorations of the houses are draw- ings of "some great game" unusual play of checkmate er of renown.,. roesbeck has been playing centuries,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Lipscomb Lime Light and Follett Times — 8 November 1923

agSppp^-'*:;-%C fm-^p m mm-* ■ ' - ■ «s T&SM ~s* «3#P% V rvw ^ - -v*. ^PUP^P ^S? ' - ! WmmM 3®g| :- ' - igsggs V'j3 • .v- \ 5^2 §&§£. < ££ Vol. 1 DARROUZETT, TEXAS, THURSDAY, NOV., 8 1923. No. 5 T5S| v." H/- •• mssyj' % dig' ■= V 0m ♦♦♦ I'll >♦♦♦ ! I WW >! ♦■ Pulled off by the kids at Darrouzett HOLLOWE'EN NIGHT t : Sifr t f ' v flf jtefl «h^s •—- > Bp Old Plows etc., Changed Location—T ower ... ■ -■■ <£'JW-SRfef'i:- up . w «*&:•. - ' / i v :3 mm W& I - %r thing the old town of .in line with any other when it came to the Hollowe'en. Lan' to Betsy Ann now one of hat seemed to draw peoples eye the first next morning was nor less than the of a wind mill _ in Mam Street, various other things to inention were Local Notes Short and Snappy > Oiit Road mm-* Wm Brtz Shipped two cars of hogs Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Coultiup motored to Follett Monday on business. Tobe Wheat went to Follett Monday t o attend to some busi- ng matters. Darrouzett always is r...

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