Years Ago: April 15, 1904

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April 15, 1904 Voters of Winters Monday voted against allowing saloons in the town. The vote was 80 for saloons and 113 against. A tennis club was organized last week by local enthusiasts. The organizers and officers of the club are: Arthur P. Craner, president: David Ritchie, vice president and instructor; R.H. Jeans, secretary and treasurer: Rey Moler, Walter Gannon and William Chamberlain, directors of ground. E. A. Cheetham has brought the A. H. Brunson place at the north edge of town, and will move there to live in a few weeks. J.N.B. Wyatt went to Hanford Monday to attend the grand lodge A.O.U.W. He will return by way of San Francisco, where he will spend a few days before coming home. The floral fair last weekend was well attended and a great success for the ladies. Chicken pie supper at 5:30 this afternoon in the small hall in the opera house. The Improvement will serve it, and the price will be 25 cents. Judging from all the information we have been able to gather relative to the prospects for almonds this season in this locality. the crop will be very light. H. B. Cooper has built the neatest fence in town in front of his place on Second Street. The fence is of steel, of handsome design. ]]>

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