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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 December 1948

3J wPl . J. Clark las Visitor Esther Pegram of California, tio has been visiting relatives Tennessee and Mississippi, ame by to visit her sister-in-law, is, T. J. Clark, Saturday. Mrs. euram will also visit in Dal- is before returning to her home. ■ W-. - 1 1REAL ESTATE All Kind Local and Foreign List With U« IN PETE'S CAFE PETE COFFEY Mrc. C. NEWS Cooper. Reporter On Tuesday night, December 21, old Santa will be at the Shiloh Baptist Church with fruit and candy for all the children. There will be a Christmas pro- gram including songs, readings, musical selections and a Christ- mas play. The church invites everyone to attend. Tiie Shiloh community ex- tends deepest sympathy to Mr. andMis. Jess Calloway in their grief oi the death of their dear mother, Mrs. John Calloway. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Huddleston visited with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ogle of Piano -Sunday afternoon. Little Judy Brundage woke the rest of the family Sunday morn- ing singing "Happy Birthday to Me." She was four years ol...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 16 December 1948

'unwinn I9HWM38MW Ii.l;<W.PVv'i'; '|Sp?|^|p• v%*• ;* - LOCALS — MISS BEULAH HALL Mr. and tyrs. Jessie MeGuire and sons of Dallas spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. 0. Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ray Hous- ton of Dallas spent the week end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Farrel Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sasse spent fhe week end with rela- tives at Ft. Worth. Charles and Ronnie of Murphy visited Mrs. S. O. Hall Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Trig Housewright of Texon, spent the week end with Mrs. Lillian Corzine. Mrs. Burt Kincaid and daugh- ter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Eldridge and family spent Sunday with Teach Your Dollars To Have More Cents Serve the best foods . . . save more money! 11 sounds almost too good to be true, but you can do it easily. Just buy all your food needs here where you get the known quality -- the good tasting goodness -• of famous brands -- at prices that are as low as we can possibly make them. Yet -- o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

B WT'W^t Christmas Edition 1948 THE WYLIE NEWS Christmas Edition 1948 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than VVylie CIRCULATION 850 .95 f-oz. iFor Vi50J Up • • I m I V t i Dl 1.75 1.45 1.89 Vol.J_ COLUMN LEFT Christmas is certainly apparent all over our good little city of Wylie. Each day new Christmas decorations have appeared (ovei' the residential urea, our business establishments and on the main street. ★ Saturday the Lions Club Christmas Decorating Committee was functioning again. Lions W. W. Barker, Wilson Housewright, Van Mclntyre, O. W. Hampton and El. Housewright aided by many of the local citizAis were planting a bcntitiful Christmas Tree at the North End of Main Street. Two beautifully lighted stars have also been placed at both ends of the street. Every- one should appreciate the hard work oT this committee and the efforts of the Lions Club in making Wylie most attractive for the Holiday season. ★ Let's put more CHRIST in Christmas this year. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

illll ■ Midi i THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS ' A Christmas Thought Mr. and Mrs. Biggs Honored With Party THE WYLIE NEWS The Johnston Co. News: PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER, Owner and Publisher auBSCRirrioN hates Onu Year in Collin County $1.50 Entered at sccoud class mall matter it tlie Post office in Wylie, Texas under act of Congress of March 8, 1807 Olio Year Outaido Collin Co. Merry What's Wrong With Christmas? Tb There was no room in the Inn for Jesus. In the Nine- teen Hundred and Forty-Eight years that have passed, we too have selfishly crowded Him out. Christmas should be a time of Happiness and Joy. But today instead of joy there flows an undercurrent of dread, worry, anxiety and fear. The hurried Christmas shopper and the tired faces show anxiety. There is fear that we may forget someone; fear that we won't be able to keep up with our neighbors and fear of paying bills. All these are cer- tain signs that something is wrong with our Christmas. The season of GETTING is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

Thursday, December 2.1, 1948 THE WYLIF, TEXAS, NEW? Pa*e S • i* • Don't Let A Cold Ruin Your Holidays The Right Remedy Is Your Relief See Us For A Complete Slock Of COLD TAR LETS THROAT GARGLE NOSE DROPS COUGH SYR IT LAXATIVES COUGH DROPS FAWOETT'S REXALL DRUGS 'icMmre«r unm LOW ll C* ml ■^U BOYCE HOUSE there was no appeal from its de- cisions. The judge was Isaac C. Parker, appointed in 1875, who served for 21 years. He became famous as "the hanging judge." Twice during those 21 years, six men were hanged at one time, probably a record in Amer- ica. And, three times, five men were executed at one time. In all. 88 men were executed after having been tried and convicted before Judge Paiker. Hangings were witnessed by large crowds, sometimes thou sands of people, many of whom came from a great distance and camped near the gallows I'i'-ht before so they would be j the prisoner broke in: sure of a good, close-up view. Although the com! was in BEST WISHES HAPPY HOLIDAY SEASON rj & n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

<'v* . i & • /. V'. ■ : • 4rl! 0 ^ • • % . "T——"■""'""■'"I. THE tVYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Thursday, December 23, 1948 Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur Deason and Glenda of Star City, Ark- ansas, 6pent Friday and Saturday , yith ^r. and Mrs. Pete Coffey. PRODUCE We give more money for your Produce Feagin Bros. Produce Co. "At The Whiteway" Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AP RATES First insertion. 9c par word. Each additional insertion. 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. FOR SALE: Concrete building, on main street; good location. Priced right for immediate pos- session. See T. J. Bozman or Claude Allen. 41-2-c FOR SALE: SAUSAGE URINDER, NEW, No. 10 Enter- prise with attachments. A real buy at $5. Burton Fielder, I News Office. FN I A I To^\ll Ok You We.Extend ^LSkristmai Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Holloman Good cheer Good luck and may happy days be yours HOUSEWRIGHT SERVICE STATION FAMILY GROUP PICTURES will be taken by appointment on Christmas Morttirvg and from Dec. 26 to Jan 2. Anyone inter- ested in a Fam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

mmmm' Thursday, December 23, 1048 "" ' 1 - ■■■'"'fiiPliRpIr ' ■' ''' ■ 1 THE WYLIE, TEXAS. NEWS Pace S I V .. I It is with all sincerity that we send you this Christmas remembronce with the hope that the Christmas Season will be full of happiness, rich in the joys of the friendships of those about you. Greetings to you, one and all. W. E. (Dick) BOZMAN Magnolia Petroleum Co. Wylie, Texas LUCAS LOCALS Mn. HAY PARR Mrs. Fannie Hagin is having her house painted inside and out. Gardell Chandler and Earl Rains are doing the work. Mrs. Jim Heifner spent the day with her sister, Mrs. E. C. Mor- row of Forest Grove Monday. Those attending school here Wednesday from Wylie school were Peggy Sanders, James Stinson and Raymond Rains as the roads were too bad for the Wylie bus. Mr. and Mis. Gardell Chandler and Bobbye and Terry, and Mrs. Chandler's Mother, Mrs J. R. Frisby went shopping in Dallas Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Biggs had a Christmas tree at their home on Saturday night. Those attend...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

(O i itti.k' ■■■v'-'u ... " . i $S tiSW* '■' '-y'L ■;...• ■-.■,/■■; ' ; • ■ , •"■ . ■ ' i.. v : ' fx fPJ: v • 'W ?■■)■• • •'■" :•.'. > THE WYLIE, TEXAS, NEWS Pace 6 I v ■.;, ■ "1 L it Stronghold- (Continued from Page 1) • party — our first social of the year. We have worked so hard ct making money for the ban- The Very Best Kind of a ■ May Christmas Day anil every clay bring you untold joy and happiness. HUDSON'S RADIO SERVICE quet, that we decided to treat the class to a party. GIRLS FIRST BASKETBALL GAME WITH PLANO The girls have played only one game this year in basketball. This game was with Piano on their court. The score was in favor of Piano, but that did not seem to dampen the spirits oi the "iris. They are determined to im- prove next time. The "B" team also played that night, and the girls coming up to be on the team in the future show great prospects of being a good team. McGee's Closet in WHS Thud' Clank! Thump! No, this isn't the plaster falling from the ceiling of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

Ms palsy, Dwwtiber 21, l$4S <EiMnrF.imi i iwnrii THE WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS Page 1 mm May your tvtry dream and wish com* trut and may this be the most Glorious' Christmas of them all MERRY CHRISTMAS A. Weatherford & Son - Jewelers - Piano, Texas Do It Now , ♦ , , Don't wait. Do it now. That's the information W. S. A 11 fc rt, extension agricultural buildings engineer of Texas A. & M. College, has for the folks who are waiting for construction costs to drop back to normal. There just isn't much chance that will happen, says Allen. Fact Is, construction costs have Contlhued to rise slightly in re- cent months, but appear to be leveling off right now. House building fell off during the late summer, but has picked up a little the last month. Farm build- ing, on a national scale, continues at a faster pace than was pre- dicted earlier in the year. Prdwar building costs are just history now. It's not likely that folks will see them again in any period ahead for which they can plan. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 23 December 1948

.V' i ■ : ' . ' « -A Sjjjjsj? W+f': -: <t"' !■, </.'■ ■ ''.'> ..''i :' ■'■ 1 .* . • ' • .' - , ' ■• ■: THE WYLIE, TEXAS NEWS DEAR SANTA: THAT THE DAY OF DAYS IS HERE WF. WISH TO EXTEND . . m flu i m Dear Santa Claus, I am a littly girl 3 years old. Please bring me a doll, doll buggy, cowgirl suit, and boots and hat. My name is Joyce Ann Dunn I live in Dallas I TAYLOR'S STORE Dear Santa, I am in the City Hospital at McKinney, but hope to be hoVne before long, so don't forget me for I have been a good boy and don't ask for much.—two guns and a football. Don't forget my sisters and brothers, and don't forget my nurses. They are all sweet to me. Don't forget my school teacher, Mrs. Hartman. Billy Joe M\?Cullough Wylie, Texas Dear Santa Claus, 1 want a typewriter (a play one) and a train. Yours, truly, Robert Klingbiel Classmed Ads Pay! We sincerely appreciate your patronage and cood will and take this oppor- tunity to express our cratjtude by sayjnc . . . iKemf Chds tfnaJ ALLOT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 December 1948

man re- ome a t- Discard Old '48 Don The New 1949 THE WYLIE NEWS Discard Old '48 Don The New 1949 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCULATION 850 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1948 No. 42 * * # OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * * with fielder * * * From all reports, everyone had a grand Christmas this year. Seems like everybody just en- joyed being with their families, eating and sleeping . . . this col- umn certainly was no exception. As announced last week in this same space, we are giving you the winners in the Lions Club Christmas Decorations Con- test: 1st Prize—C. Truett Smith ($15.00) 2nd Prize—O. W. Hampton ($10.00) 3rd Prize—Tom Bozman (5.00) ★ From all indications this will probably be an annual affair as the response was most gratifying. If you didn't drive over Wylie and see the many bcautifu/ly decorated trees and premises, you missed one of the highlights of Christmas. ★ If you don't think thinks are being done ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 December 1948

THE WYLIE NEWS POBUSHED KVLKY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publibhor Enlrred uh rucouA rl* :i mail mattor at tho Tout officii In Wylio, Texas under art at Oongrcua of Hurcli 8, 1BU7 SUliSCRIl'TION KATES Ouo Year lu CfiUin County $1.00 Ono Year Ontario Collin Co. $1.75 The Johnston Co. News: Happy New Year To All Flora Branch reports a full house for Christmas. Mrs. Rife spent Christmas in Dallas. Mrs. Sloan visited in Cope- ville over the weekend. Santa must have ben pretty good as everyone in Dept. B looks happy. Mrs. Housewright of Dallas had supper with her sister, Ora B. McKinney Monday night. Rachel Miller of Commerce Fred Gallagher Real Estate , and M . W. E. Carroll of Piano I were guests of Vergie Smith i during the holidays. Mrs. Cross reports a grand j Christmas. All her children and | her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce i White of Allen visited her. Mrs. ! Eula Foster and Mr. Dock Ross j of Liberty Grove were also holi- day guests. Bessie Mitchell and Othelia I Lillard ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 December 1948

t tttfe wvitte. fism taws Mr. and Mrs. 6. W. Hackler and Gail spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Hackler and Mr. ttMrs; Clyde Potts. Oil« Stop Service For Groceries, Gas and Oil at DEMPSEY'S Grocery and Service Station Mrs John Edgington and Mrs. Dale Moore and daughter, Karen, attended the houSewraming and Chrlstfnas pdrty at the home of Mrs. W. F. Boyd of LaVon, Tues- day Of last week. W. R. Bixlcr of Houston, Tex- as, spent the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bixlcr. Cattle - Hogs - Sheep Bought & Sold W. H. HOOPER CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service McKinney, Texas Phone 123 Crouch-Moore Burial Association ur 255 ♦ I • it # I BETTER LIVING * LOWER COST KEEP YOUR POCKGTBOOK FAT by syitemat.c ingi on your food bills through the economy made possible by « frozen food loefcer. Judicious buying of choice meats, poultry and fuh; quantity purchases of fruit, berries and vegetables at the peak of the season, for storage in your locier, will provi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 30 December 1948

^-"y«J *'iiUWW«#si: THE WVtlB, TEXAS NEWS $§#■o*'«K i If it! ? J I El! I p I RADIO T(ib«s Tested FREE Complete Radio Check Up $2.00 EMERSON RADIOS TELEVISION TUBES, PARTS RADIO BATTERIES CAR AERIALS Hudson's Radio Service Phone 2.161 Wylie, Texas Holiday Guests Of C. G. Housewright Mr. and Mrs. C. G. House- wright had as their guests on Christmas their children, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Canada and family, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe House- wright and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Housewright, Jr., all of Dallas. Jack & Jill The Magazine For The Kiddies , - $2.50 Vince Gallagher IN THE NEW YEAR We are grateful for the fine patronage you have given us this year. We pledge to give you better service and the same unexcelled coverage in leading old line, stock companies in the New Year. Consult Us About Your Insurance Problems GALLAGHER INSURANCE AGENCY Rita A. Gallagher, Wylie, Texas Phone 2541 or 2121 EAT BLACK-EYED PEAS TRADE AT TAYLOR'S STOAR AND YOU WILL HAVE MONEY ALL THE YEAR —-«>•-:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 January 1949

WYLIE WELCOMES YOU WYLIE WELCOMES YOU 5c PER COPY No City Has Greater Opportunities For Advancement Than Wylie CIRCTLATION 850 Vol. 1 WYLIE, COM,IN COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JANUARY (i, 1949 No. l.{ * ■* * OVER A * * * Coffee Cup * * # with fielder * * * Everyone in Wylie seemed to Ktart the new year right . . . mak- ing many resolutions and break- ing most of them the first week. The Cotton Bowl Classic cer- tainly was the most spectacular show ever put on in a New Year's Bowl Game. Most people are of the opinion that Texas certainly had the most beautiful half time show in history. S M U's convinc- ing victory over Oregon added greatly /to the prestige of the Southwest Conference. It was certainly a "red letter" day for all Conference teams as we came nul 100',' victorious. ★ The W.vlie Athletic Council and Coach Jack Murray recently pur- chased some of the finest basket- ball equipment available for our Wylie Pirates. The local boys don their new uniforms for the first time in the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 January 1949

the WYLts, Texas, new? THE WYLIE NEWS FUBUBHEU UVBKT Wednesday BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher UnLcred as anoud claim mail iiiAtlot i At tlio robt office In Wyiin, Toxai under act of Congreau of March H, 1897 tiUBUClUPTION KATUtJ Ono Vcar in Collin County 91*50 One Year Outoide Collin Co. $1.76 THIRD GRADE NEWS Thanks to our'room mother .. Mrs. York, Mrs. Stibbens, and Mrs. Halbouty, for a nice party on Wednesday before Christmas. We entertained with a short Christ- mas program. Other visitors were Mrs. Collinsworth, Mrs. Taylor, and Mi-. Stibbens. We will be sorry to lose Michel Halbouty this week. He is going to Alaska to joint his father. The class is giving him a going away party Friday afternoon. We enrolled four new pupils Monday. They are Carolyn Sue Blackard, George Gunter, Spencer Hale, and Bob Woodall. Our class enrollment is now 35. The third grade girls organized a"House Cleaning Club" Monday. They clean the room twice each week. They are going to give some programs....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 January 1949

. y ' ly, January 4, 1949 1 ;fw'i ^ fIIK WYUfe. tekAS, Nfews m CROUCH-MOORE FUNERAL HOME Ambulance Service McKinncy, Texas Phone J 23 Crouch-Moorc Burial Association 'JUST AS GOOD' ISN'T AS GOOD It lakes "the real McCoy" to satisfy the average customer. He, or she, has never been keen on substi- tutes. The American people, as a whole, want the genu- ine article . . . "the real McCoy" in goods and service. Our business is based on this concept. That is why our many satisfied customers come back for the quality meats, and famous brand foods they can gel here. We don't push off any "Just as good" merchandise on our customers—they get only the best at the Wylie Grocery. Wylie Grocery 'Where Mos( People Trade' !• moDERn fimiiiiIes C? STORE FRESH FOODS THE tOCKER WAV. 8rC4USC nf lupenwity old fafhioncd «?<! of tlonnq m#ats J p#n*h, blf (nud%. tb# fl*** qu'el pr©*«U com# to «t*y Ye>u will find tkr k e«t people <r tvrry co«*- wuwity *cr|u"*d th* Ici.k^r Mbil That * c«ui« "t •« eonv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 6 January 1949

Classified Ads CLASSIFIED AD RATES Pint Insertion, 3c pax word. Etch additional insertion* 2c per word. Minimum for any ad. 30. FOR SAL^' Concrete budding, on main street; good location. Priced right for immediate pos- session. See T. J. Bozman or Claude Allen. 41-2-c HOG KILLING: We pick up, if desired, KILL, SKIN, or CLEAN your hogs. Feagin Bros, at the Whitevvay. 41-FN WE OFFER THESE SPECIALS TO SHOW OUR GENUINE APPRECIA- TION FOR YOUR LOYAL PATRON- AGE DURING THE PAST YEAR. WE RESOLVE TO REDOUBLE OUR EF- FORTS IN ORDER TO BRING YOU EVEN LOWER FOOD PRICES AND IMPROVED SERVICE DURING 1949. Toilet Tissue, 3 rolls 25c Dry Salt, lb. 29c Raisins White Seedless, 2 pkgs 15c These raisins are good to eat, make good pies Mustard, Qts 9c Eggs, Fresh Country, doz. 55c Sugar, Powdered, lb. 6c S.O.S. Scouring Pads, box 5c Swift's Premium Loaf Meat, lb 25c Salami, lb 25c Karo, Red or white, pint ... 15c Syrup, Brer Rabbit, gallon 79c Tomato Soup 6c Lard, 1 lb 19c Hominy, 9c, 3 cans ... 25c Sho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 January 1949

«■ > , i I ! II WYLIE WELCOMES YOU T •v7'd&i >*v-H.: ■ •**Vv i ' *\ ■*" WYLIE WELCOMES YOU i 5c PER COPY Working: For Tho W.vlie Of %'otlay—Planning For The Wylie Of Tomorrow CIRCULATION 850 VoiT WYLIE, COLLIN COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1949 No. 4i * * * OVER A * *1 * Coffee Cup * * * with fielder * * * With tho coming of each day wo welcome new comers into town. Wo aro indeed happy to have all those now citizens in Wylie and hope that it shall not be.long before they fool like one of us. ★ To each of tho workers and families of the Lavon Resevoir we want to extend an invitation to become affiliated with tho Church of your choice. Wylie is well represented with all eleromi- nations including: Catholic, Bap- tist, Assembly of God, Church of Christ, Methodist and Christian. Begin this Sunday with the church of preference as we know you will find a warm welcome awaiting you. ★ While in the Wylie Looker Co- Op this week I took a casual glance'at the key board of lock...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Wylie News — 13 January 1949

" - *' *'' .. \ ' v',;; • THE WYI.IF, tEXAS, NEWP THE WYLIE NEWS „ PUBJ4BHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BURTON FIELDER. Owner and Publisher OKt'U'KS IN TUK VIUUDKR BAKKIt VI'NKKAIj I JO.UK Unlercd an aecoud class mull ninttot at tho Pout oft'lco In W7lle. Texas under act of Congress of March 8, 1897 SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year In Calllu County $1.50 Ono Your Outaido Collin Co. $1.75 \ny erroncuuti reflection* uihiii tin- *ui iliHK. i'linrtrlvr, or reputation of any pcrhou. firm or i-orporntluii whtcli tuuy nppo.tr in tlio roIumuH of The Wylie News will lie gluilty lorrec-ted if brimitht In tin* iittentiou of tin- Kilitor. Texas Agriculture Changes In 25 Years A quarter of a century ago, Texas farmers received a large share of their income from cot- ton—around 70 percent, accord- ing to the figures. Today, live- stock is taking the place of cot- ton as the basis of income. It isn't quite up to the 70 percent mark, however. At the present time, the income of Texas farm- ers from livestock and li...

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