115 Years Ago – September 6, 2018

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September 18, 1903 James Fassett was in town Monday, his errand being to complete the sale of the bakery property on Main Street, occupied by C. Hack, to F. M. Wyatt. A deal has been consummated between J. P. Steward and Mrs. Bertha Daniels whereby the latter will purchase Mr. Steward’s home on Fourth street, between Main and Abbay. The Putah Canyon School has opened with Miss Dora Savage as teacher. Millicent Brinck has returned from a visit with relatives in San Francisco. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Briggs are moving to Oakland, where they will make their home. There will be a baseball game on the Winters diamond Sunday afternoon between the local merchants and laborers. G. W. Thissell and Mrs. A.C. Sullivan went to Oakland Wednesday. Dr. M. O. Wyatt went to Priest Springs Saturday for a brief stay. Miss Alice Wilson has been engaged to do a large amount of photographic view work in Solano county for the world’s fair, and will be absent from her studio most of next week. ]]>

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