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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 16 December 1919

?•-«*>; .ti:' - ■* Vw. 'or House Is In Order * A Everything is cut and dried fo^ the ..Christmas trade. Fruits, Nuts, Candies for Xmas day;. Fireworks for the children; Cigars and Fancy Tobaccos for the Men; Figs, Dates, Raisins, Cherries, Chocolate1; and 'nevrything for good cooking and baking.- H. B, Stevens Phone No, 7 A. VVebl) and Saul Bryan of tills city. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Please send-your bazaar articles to Mrs. Roy Bass by Wednesday. Mrs. S. S. Cox left Monday after- noon for Dallas for a short visit. Vincent Gantz transacted business in Wortham Monday afternoon. Hex Forrest was in Cooledge Mon- day afternoon on business. — S. J. Jackson transacted business in Corsicana Tuesday. John Neece went to Fort Worth on Monday afternoon on business. Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. Do yo« believe lack of wealth in- terferes with true love? See Anita Stewart in "The Combat," tonight. Miss Jewel Bryan, of Dallas, is vis- iting her brother and sister, Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 16 December 1919

Day More Than Money Sale FREE I H k| FREE To introduce RICE HOTEL QUALITY COFFEE to the HOUSEWIVES of MEXIA the leading grocers listed at the bottom of this page will sell RICE HOTEL QUAL- ITY COFFEE, the best that money can buy, at a greatly reduced price. 45c for 1 Pound Sanitary Cans $1.35 for 3 Pound Sanitary Cans > ■',* - ,, • J-i' ', ' V Rice Hotel Quality Coffee contains every good element of a good beverage. It satisfies—pleases—delights. Light roasted—absolutely free from adulterants with all the natural oils of the bean retained through proper roasting. Without that bitterness or'tang that is so disagreeable to the discriminating coffee drinker. Double VaIue===S~0=S Save the seals. RICE HOTEL QUALITY COFFEE is sealed with the Chef's Head. This is your coupon. Save our seals they are redeemable in aluminum ware, cut glass and many other valuable premiums. FREE More than one hundred valuable articles to select from. We show here a few of the wide assortment of high-class ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 December 1919

m11Ml' 1-.- J$?':!-M" fr ■>^',"i M'fe EXIA EVENING NEWS IPw ■ r VOL. XXI. NO. 272. — MEXIA, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance Citizens Opera House ONLY 10c and 20c «rS%' TODAY Matinee and Niffht. m. y.i CORINNE GRIFFITH THE CLIMBERS ' —IN— and 6th episode "Smashing Barriers' 10c and 20c New prices ro into effect tomorrow. TOMORROW MILDRED HARRIS CHAPLIN —IN— HOME' A Wonder picture made by LOIS WEBER "BROKEN BLOSSOMS" MONDAY CULLINAM URGES GREATER ACREAGE FOR TEXAS COTTON Dallas, Texasc Dec. 17.—Farmers on North Texas were urged to plant a greater acreage to cotton next year to meet an increased demand which he said would Vie 5,000,000 bales, In an address by J. S. Cullinan, Houston, pres'dent of the Texas Chamber of Commerce at the quarterly meeting of the board of directors here today. "Farmers of the South can rest as- sured that the day lias passed when middling cotton will ever be worth less than forty cents a pound," Presi- dent Cullman saiu. "Farmers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 December 1919

aBBWp® % m EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon E*ce|.t Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Strictly In Advance Subscription, 50 cents per Month, ii>!ered as second class matter February 26. 1919, at the postofflce at Mexia, Texas, under the «,ct ot March 3, 1879. many people have too mucl listen to It, boy! Another strike against tiie American j public. What school child can tell, without asking, what planet Is now visible In thp evening? It" the doctors add fifteen years to our lives where can we get the money to live them on. ADVERTISING RATE6 Advertising rates given on applica- tion. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Copy for ads must be In office by tl a. m. The word "damn" can be legally us- ed in New Jersey, but who has time to get to New Jersey? A check room girl in a Chicago ho- tel is suing the hotel for $5000 which she received In tips Dut was forced to turn in to the hotel. One of the arguments agflinst the Census is that it will increase the membe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 December 1919

>.1 • —- c # i i I m *, ; ? II FOR SALE BY Jesse McLeridon oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 92 acres of land 11-4 miles east of Fallon. 50 acres in cultivation, 42 acres in pasture and wood. Eight room house. Price $35.00 per acre. 54 3-4 acres in Fallon- 45 acres in cultivation. Price $40.00 per acre. 108 acres of land at Prairie Grove. 60 acres in cultiva- tion- balance Rood timber and pasture, Rood new house, log barn and shed, one tank, Rood well and on public road. Price $50.00 per acre. 130 acres of land between Prairie Grove and LaSalle. 100 acres in cultivation, balance Rood timber and pas- ture. LarRe 6 room house and nail, tank, well, 2 Rood barns and hoR pasture. All land could be cultivated. Price $50.00 per acre. 66 acres of land in Kickapoo Community. 40 acres in cultivation Rood new 3-room house, barn, well and tank. Price $50 per acre. 175 acres of land, all in cultivation, 1 house, 2 miles south of Mexia on Shilo road. Price $80 per ac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 December 1919

i;v tf ""v. . ' Js$ if* *'• PHONE83 Our store is loaded, to running over, with the seasonable food items that you want in your home during the next two weeks. All of the fancy, toothsome things that go with Christ- mas—We have them. All the good solid staple foods that make up a square meal—we have them. VVe have anticipated your requirements; our store is ready. And especially during the holiday rush, our store is very much at your service. Let us serve you. HTRAHELP PROMPT SERVICE Basil?'"h1 iBNi J* CiiP r— SUGAR We. think we will have suf- ficient sugar for your ACTU- AL NEEDS during the holi- days. Believe us, we are doing our best to get it. CHRISTMAS NUTS English walnuts, per lb 50c Almonds, per lb 40c Brazil nuts, per lb 40c Pecans, per lb 20c CHRISTMAS CANDIES Manufacturers are having a hard time getting sugar. To in- sure having it we advise that you buy your candy for Christmas without delay. Chocolates, Loose-Wiles and Earners good kind. Peanut brit- tle and soft and coco...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 December 1919

MRS. ON A YOUNG Ol- WOHTHAM VISITS NEWS HERALD OFFICE ! 1 Kiii Everything is-cut and dried for the Christinas trade. Fruits, Nuts, Candies for Xmas day; Fireworks for the children; Cigars and Fancy Tobaccos for the Men; Figs, Dates, Raisins, Cherries, Chocolate, and 'nevrything for good cooking and baking. ' H. B. Stevens Phone No, 7 —! LOCAL AND PERSONAL Carbon and adding machine paper at the News Printing Company. * Mrs. Oney Young of Wortham, was shopping in Mexia Wednesday and paid the News a visit while here. Our auto repair work is absolutely guaranteed. J. C, Mills Garage. Ac- ross from Bottling works. MEXIA MERCHANTS HAVE EXCELLENT XMAS DISPLAYS Roller fixes watches, clocks, graph- aphones and sewing machines, so they will stay fixed. See him. Il-dl4t Good selection of dia- monds at Pittman's. -T: id -j Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rennolds, of Ft. Worth, have arrived and will spend the holidays with relatives and friends in Mexia. Mexia merchants have on their Christmas counters this...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 17 December 1919

When it comes to showing strangers around leave it to Father DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS rHlS, I s THE M05T pfe/WTIFUl. AND EFFICI£Nf Hospital, in the wor.u> TAKE. .yP£CIAL. NOTICE. OP- TH6 OPHKATIM <V ROOM VA/HICH VS THIS LAST WOKD l/V MODE* AnD op-7o-t>vre C'ONSTHUCTIOh] JOli Pl-HKiNI (3 Hi t~ FKSM THfc CoVNrKI To- OAS ANJ> HK IS A* «o«D tfWT«M6R 0f= MIIHE, I MfST JOLLS HIM ALOMC, i'u_ TAKE MIM tor IN AM A\)J AND SrtftW HIM THE TOWN, THAT will tickle him m *b THAN AN>THINC,' Ecilty «CAN do Ttle.i\a |S THE MoS7 r^ODERN AJHD cfoMPiGTE FACTOR* BWt-OINC,' IN THE WOIM-D J ITi features are C'OPI ED THfWi/CHOcT THE C'ot/NTRV AND EVEN IkoRCKMEJO COME H&R.E TO <ST POINTERS ROM THERE 13 A. SKf SCWkR. THAT IS THE BSCINl-.fiR./N<; MARV&L OF THE WOR.UD THE DIFFICULTY CP ifJ Construct /on was immense a>nd it's DESIGNER. WON 1/NIVCR5A l=AMB ! MfcRE WE HAVE ONE OP THt FINEST CIT1 HAlU. IN THE. WORLD. ESPCUALUV C>e.S/CNeX> BV ONE OF THE RATION'S FoKtMcsr ARCHITECT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 December 1919

/' Y * ^ 4 1 " i \ MEXIA NEW VOL. XXI. NO. 275. 1 IwKSHH WM ,'X MEXIA, TEXAS, SATURDAY, DEC. 20, 1919. 50c Per Month In Advance Citizens Opera House TODAY Matinee and Night *S« I , ■ v FIRE WORKS..;. of every description SEE Cox-Forrest Drug Co. Phone 231- -Phone 231 LORD FRENCH ESCAPES SHOTS OF ASSASSINS THETRAP Richard Harding From the great story by Davis. BROKEN BLOSSOMS MONDAY Coca-Cola is a perfect answer to, thirst that no imitation can satisfy. Coca-Cola quality, recorded in the public taste, is what holds it above imitations. Demand (he genuine by full name— nicknames encourage substitution The Coca-Cola Co atlanta, ga. SE5 ESS*^ Dublin, Dec. 20.—An attempt was made at 1 o'clock this afternoon to as- sassinate Viscount French, the lord lieutenant of Ireland. Lord French was driving between the Ashton gate of Phoenix Park and the Vice Regal Lodge when a shot was fired. -A civilian nearby was struck and instantly killed by the bul- let. A policeman was wounded at the same tim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 December 1919

' r EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publlslvers Strictly In Advance Subscription, EO cents per Month, )£Vered as second class matter February 2G. 1919, at the postorfice at Mexia, Texus, under the act ol March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATEtt Advertising rates given ou applica- tion. Special Kates on standing cards. Reader* Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. Germany uys we tuusi help Germany not for her sake, but for ours. "You can't let hell 'oose among 70.000,000 people right in the centre of Europe and not expect it to spread," Is his doctrine. GERMANS COMING TO AMERICA A REWARD FOR VIRTUE It will surprise many people to tearu that a party of German business men are on their way to this country, with the consent of our State department, in an effort to buy raw materials for German industries. Lack of these materials and coal is haudic&pping trade, but orders are reported "pour- ing in." There will be a sentiment on the part of som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 December 1919

■J.-: \'m* jE2jPj<3.i HSMP5 V.~"-#^55 "J < $AH V ✓ ** ■■% • affc ♦ " - ati d a cat) of Chase 8 SatrbortVs mm coffee "The finest grown" Dotit leave it out! We want you to have good Fruit Cake for your Xmas dinner—that's why we sell DeLuxe. It's world famous. Price per 1-lb. cake, 85c; price per 2-lb. cake, $1.65. Include one in your order. H. B. Stevens Phone LOCAL AND PERSONAL Don't buy your fruits until you see Houser and Lamberth. <11 H. C. Freeman is in tlie city for the ■Christmas holidays. mackinaw style, the News office Finder please call at and receive reward. 20(1-3 John T. Watson of Houston, an old time Mexia boy, is here visit inn his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. I.. Watson. For sale: Some furniture, practi- cally new. Phone 300. 19-7l-2t For Sale: Mebane planting seed. Will be here in a few days. Price $2.25. D. A. Kerzle. dw-tJ20 Roller fixes watches, clocks, graph- aphones and sewing machines, so they will stay fixed. See him. Il-dl4t Mid Applewhite and fami...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 20 December 1919

'\VC' '■ ,,, .r„. rami; «% ' * i^MhlrUU i ■I; what a love!/ chance Father has in this raffle Goodnesi DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS "WEf /AMONC,' OTHER THINCi WII NAvft ARRANCEXI TO RAPFL6 DPP A. BEAUTIPUI. PIU.OW, IT'4 .ONLV TWENTY -PIVE A CMANce. AND TXE PILLOVAJ It A PEatH j IT'J SVOKTM •VWGNT) DOLtARS T>A , VOO MGJS MO 1 B. ONtV ONBJ tvNTlU.£D TO KAVfit LOOC65 , WE OKCANIXINt,1 A NEW l_ADlij' LODCE, «<? You -SB6. I'LL Bti IM THE SWIM TOO OR <rcu«sa IT TAK&5 SOME MON£>( To ORCANIX^ Jo AMD Ort SAV.P* FO^COT TO TSU. Vcy MUiT Ciive. MB Vow iilTWCLVa POI_CAK*> RIGHT AWAV yov VVNOW HAV& TO - / OH , liOMS. OfJ Not/'Rfe NOT CjOlN T° C^S.T AWAY t^KOMI MB U K6. THAT . I WANT you TO TAKa ioM6 OF- THESE TlCK.E.-rS THE J PILLOW'^ POR. C*OODNLv5S OAKE DON'T BtL A nt!NTW*D.' Vou'cu HAVE. To TAKE HALP A roiCfti AT LtiAiT . JUXT THINK you MICHT WIM AN EXOUISITfc. HANO'WORKED PI LLOW IT'J AC'OR- l HINC OH W12LL It WON'T BRUAK a. l'Ll_ TAKfi ONE' /S>CtUE Mt iVS. dot TO VISIT SI...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 December 1919

■V 't V. Kit I > f* : uses'- S®* «, J Rv SSSSMt' t / •■nJCS'" kst . 11 I Vtl -I jfW BBpIS ii SP§5 ±: i M- Tf*JF V.tBE" \'.;r VOL. XXI. NO. 276. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY THEN CHRISTMAS IS HERE By way of suggestion we would urge you to put in your order now and we will hold your Christmas eats until Wednesday then delivery will be made. Our store is prepared to give you the best of service. Additional clerks are on the job and more delivery cars are anxious to deliver your groceries. Delmonte's Pineapple Royal Anne Cherries Hunt's Quality Peaches Armour's Tiny Peas Bee-Ess-Ko Spinach White Swan Okra Heinz Spaghetti Heinz Pork and Beans Heinz Chili Sauce Heinz Pure Olive Oil Stuffed Olives Maraschino Cherries Jello—all flavors Jiffy-Jell—all flavors We have f or your Christmas dinner table plenty of bulk and package cakes. A large assortment of fruits and oranges. Our apples are fine. Xmas would not be complete without candy and nuts-we have them. FELZS Two Phones 69 and 72 Have you pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 December 1919

EVENING NEWS Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday FORT & SMITH, Owners and Publishers Strictly In Advance Subscription, £0 cents per Month, led the hatchet. There must be some more hatchets buried If one of these gentlemen does not become governor. KVered as second class matter February 26. 1919, at the postoffice at Mexia, Texas, under the net of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATEB Advertising rates given on applica- tion. Special Rates on standing cards. Readers Copy for ads must be in office by 11 a. m. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday— then Christmas. As usual late about buying. Poor clerks. ',.V . : Old man H. C. L. worries everyone except Cupid—the little god manages to take care of his own interests with- out interference. President Wilson might be able to stand the Washington snow storm but he wouldn't stay in a Texas norther very long. The News will not Issue papers on Christmas day, Friday and Saturday. The force will spend the three days at home, enjoying turkey and bein...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 December 1919

wmm *^-atid a cati o£ Cfoase fi Sanborn's MiSIM coffee" Tlx? finest grovfn" Dotit leave it out! We want you to have Rood Fruit Cake for your Xmas dinner—that's why _we_sell DeLuxe. It's world famous. Price per 1-lb. cake, 85c; price per 2-lb. cake, $1.65. Include one in your order. H. 8. Stevens Phone No. 7 Torn Prlckett visited friends In It- aly Sunday. See no man, hear no man, kits no man. Dave Stevens is here from A. & M. College. Arthur Germany is down from Dal- las for a few days. LeRoy Sherrill is home from State University for the holidays. Claude Nussbaum, of A. & M. is here to spend Christmas with his parents. See no man, hear no man, kiss no man. Nuts, candies and fruit, you will find what you want at Tidwell's. Miss Clennie Fay Brooks of Corsica na is here to spend a week with her uncle and aunt. Ben Upton and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Jackson, of San Angelo, are the proud parents of a fine baby boy, Henry Douglas. The funeral of D. A. Murphy was held at the Central...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 22 December 1919

KHfHttflBHUBISf * P ''. «m«riLJ Better Laundry Service.... Telephone No. 126, Hitt's Barber Shop; agents for the Teague Steam Laundry. Clothes called for on Wednes- days and Mondays. Hitt's Barber Shop Vcimw# '.yore;* K**i WiniTiinnrTirnnri J«S '*'.. V ',(: .V msmmmI txm.. mmmmm mmfMMwMM :. veMMWtt PCfrw5S5WBBRB ) «*'>•; J«3 &S?£ - pSSHK'l fe&«S£! isiffl WWWWitt: Jttw! 1 MOTHER OF NEW WILL GIVE HER ALL TO SAVE SON FROM MURDER PENALTY I .SI | Lo8 Angeles, Cal., Dec. 22.—AH the I I mysteries iu the life of Hairy S. New, accused of the murder of Ills sweet- j I heart Frieda Lesser, will he bared this week, if necessary to clear him of the charge. New, claiming to be the son of Sen- ator Harry S. New of Indiana, tonight had passed through one week of the | trial. Shock after shock was handed him by the prosecution, which had dug j into his past life. Alleged confessions I and chance remarks were recalled by | the prosecution to prove New killed ! Miss Lesser last July. To bal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 December 1919

. :v^ ... . i>:<& MEXIA, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DEC. 23, 1919. VOI.. XXI. NO. 277. 50c Per Month In Advance V AS* , H Citizens Opera House * s u-r ,r':;' sr5. Matinee and Night ji— i" "BROKEN BLOSSOMS' ■ Last chance to see this wonderful play. TOMORROW BESSIE LOVE—in "THE FIGHTING COLLEEN" —she's some scrapper. And 7th Episode "Smashing Barriers" Christmas Day Dainty MARGUERITE CLARK —IN— "GIRLS" and "Work and Win 'em" "Back to God's Country"—Next Monday FOUR HURT IN WRECK NEAR WICHITA FALLS Wichita Falls, Texas, Dec. 23.—One person was seriously injured and three others less seriously injured when Fort. Worth and Denver passenger No. 8 collided iHrith a switch engine in North Wichita Falls at 9:40 o'clock on Monday morning. The injured are: Fireman Reynon, leg broken and other injuries; R. L. Hayes of Ogden, Utah, ktke slightly jured; F. S. Novell of Shawnee, Ok- homa, injury to arm; J. W. Chaves i Wichita Falls, hand slightly injur- I. Railroad officials here announce the colli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 December 1919

FORT A SMITH. Owners and Publishers Strictly In Advance Subscription, 60 cents per Montli, ICVered as second clasB matter ffebruary 2U. 1919, at Uie postofflce at llexla, Texas, under the net of March 3, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES Advertising rates given ou applica- tion. Special Rates ou staudlng cards. Readers Copy for ads must be In office by XI a. m. If the American school children rai Bed $43,000,000 worth of garden prod- ucts last year how much could the I. "W. W. raise if they went to work? Turks have an easy way to beat the high cost of living. If household prices mount a reduction in the num- ber of wives automatically reduces ex- penses. Capt. Chamberlain, an aviator in the Marine Corps, has been dismissed from service for claiming a fake vic- tory over a superior Gtermau squad- ron. Nothing like being a hero if you get away with it. NEW LABOR PARTY A new labor party was organized in Chicago on November 25, and opened headquarters. A convention next summer will nominate candi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 December 1919

< *■' « ,jT 1 •i;S' **IW\ ' j,i'*Qz> A3 r (ftftl *-'•* - ■AxM mW^4 i Iffi >A. '-. v at^*^ i'.s)%«A v ✓ ;--; ieZk-^C **>4 9 •:■/ PHI; -4 > •<f 54 c ASK anv doughboy who was "overthere" rl and he will tell you that American rrili-' ^cls are the beft in the world. IT) saw* the foreign roatb—ir) England anl France, the beet in Europe;—and in other Continental countries—una ho knows. T.id part railroads have played in the development of the United States is beyond measure. The railway* of tho United States aro morf than ono third, nearly ono half, of all tho railway* of the world. They carry a yearly traffic so much greater than that of any other rountry that there la really no baum for comparison. Indeed, the traffic of any two nations may be combined and atill it doea not approach tho commerce of America borno upon Amorican railways. United State* Senator Ctmmine. American railroad.) h:.ve achieved high stai. i.xrc'a cf public service by far-sighted and courageous inv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mexia Evening News — 23 December 1919

DESERVED BETTER FATE BILLY'S RIDE IN AI3PLANE ■km npf USE- " K E®& BBIaNg.; pSkS^ ••v; I i i • -■ • i [ Estate FOR SALE BY Jesse McLendon oocxxxxxx>oooooooooooooo«xx)oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo 92 acres of land 11-4 miles east of Fallon. 50 acres in cultivation, 42 acres in pasture and wood. Eight room house. Price $35.00 per acre. 54 3-4 acres in Fallon- 45 acres in cultivation. Price $40.00 per acre. 108 acres of land at Prairie Grove. 60 acres in cultiva- tion1 balance good timber and pasture, good new house, log* barn and shed, one tank, good well and on public road. Price $50.00 per acre. 130 acres of land between Prairie Grove and LaSalle. 100 acres in cultivation, balance good timber and pas- ture. Large 6 room house and hall, tank, well. 2 good barns and hog pasture. All lsuid could be cultivated. Price $50.00 per acre. 66 acres of land in Kickapoo Community. 40 acres in cultivation good new 3-room house, barn, well and tank. Price $50 per acre. 175 acres of la...

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