Peek at the Past


April 9, 2020

100 Years Ago

The Times

April 7, 1920

Good Friday has come and gone, and Judge Ashdown neither planted potatoes nor set a hen on that day, thereby shattering a record of many years.

Storm on Easter, storm for seven consecutive Sundays thereafter, according to an old sign, saying or superstition.

The Upton stage road required some work near the Lamb place south of town to make it safe for passage Monday and O.G. Lawell did the work to put it in passable condition.

Ed Hahsey, formerly employed at the Sundance Garage, is in the city today. Associated with George Ripley of Hulett, the boys have...

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