115 Years Ago – August 30, 2018

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September 11, 1903 Just before noon Wednesday Mrs. E. A. Humphrey discovered that her barn was on fire. Nothing could be done to save the building or contents. as they had burned with great rapidity. Mrs. A. P. Pleasants has returned to her home. bringing with her a sweet little 1 month-old daughter. Charles Moody came up from the city for a hunting trip to the mountains, where he spent a week, returning to his parents home here Thursday. Work on the ditch is progressing, and it was expected that the crew would be moved to G. W. Scott’s place this week. While out hunting in Markley canyon Monday, Charles Stephenson, the railroad conductor, was thrown from his horse and badly injured. D. Errington bought this week John Fischer’s fine sorrel driving horse, for which he paid $175. H. A. Islip and family have moved from the Kennedy & Dinkelspiel ranch to the Hughes house on Abbay street. Ed Udell’s horse sale has been postponed to Saturday, September 19 at 1 p.m. The names of A. H. Brunson, W. D. Overhouse, I. J. Elliot, W. A. Young, E. A. Cook, and J. W. Oltman are among the list drawn from the juror’s box, and have been cited to appear in court Oct. 27. ]]>

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