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Good Old Days

 
Series: Good Old Days | Story 17


125 years ago

The Commoner

June 5, 1896

Tekoa is talking of organizing a fire department.

Rosalia will have a harness and saddlery establishment in the near future.

J.T. Lobaugh, ex-postmaster of Pullman, is going into the grocery business in that city.

The remains of A.L. Tays, who killed his wife and himself at Palouse last week, were buried at the expense of the county.

An Indian named Charley Frank was brought up from the Snake River Tuesday night charged with horse stealing, says the Colton News-Letter. He was lodged in the city jail and the next morning was taken to Colfax by Constab...



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