115 Years Ago – July 26, 2018

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August 7, 1903 Mrs. Mary T. Emery, 69, died suddenly at her home south of Winters Thursday afternoon, the 6th, instantly. The Earl Fruit Company sold No. 2174 in Boston July 28, containing fruit from Winters, for $1,925.95. This is the highest price realized on a single car load of fruit in eastern markets this season. The car contained packages of peaches, plums, pears and prunes. At a meeting of the Winters parlor Native Sons Wednesday night, the following officers were installed: Past president, W. A. Cannedy; president, Charlie Waughtel: first vice president, Walter Chapman; second vice president, Will Hoy. Dr. M. O. Wyatt and Mrs. Wyatt left home Saturday in a very comfortable rig, bound for the coast could ties. They expect to be a Sigler Springs tomorrow. W. A. Bryce has moved one of the Hughes houses east of the railroad. The house he vacated on Abbay street is being renovated for the occupancy Charles Holland and family of San Francisco. The members of the G.A.R. in this vicinity will meet at the Winters hotel Sunday morning at 10 o’clock to consider matters relating to Yolo and Solano exhibits at the encampment in San Francisco. ]]>

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