Adam Biggar, a highly respected farmer residing in Biggar Hollow in southern Bovina, died early Sabbath morning, February 27, as a result of an attack of measles. [Jim Andrews: Prior to its vaccine, measles was a deadly disease, which notoriously killed children and adults alike.]
Milk prices, a plan to harness the Delaware river, rape, prostitutes and other tidbits from 100 years ago.
Some interesting facts from January 1920: Andes has only one physician, a barn burning, and so much more.
A gang was out Saturday night destroying property under the guise of Hollowe’en [sic]. The gang was not made up of boys but of men, who should know better, and perhaps would if they had not been imbibing too freely.
Interesting fact: Women who marry between the date of registration and election day will lose their vote.