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is now ready to show you. There are several blocks of five acres each and two of nearly
eight acres—also some lots facing the south that are 60 feet front and 200 feet deep. The
streets will be graded as soon as we can get at it.
These lots and blocks will be sold on long time and easy payments—you can pay a
small amount down and have time on balance. Many farmers talk of moving to Worthing
tons as to give their children a chance to attend school. Five acres will enable you to
have a comfortable home, a good garden and a pasture for some cows and a horse.
There has never been a time when the farmers were handling so much money as this
fall. Everything indicates prosperous times for the farmers and now is a favorable time for
you to secure ground for a future home in Wortliington. Come in and look over the plat.
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