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100 years — July 1920

Mr. C.F. Rogers who is building a magnificent country place near Twin Lakes is now stocking the farm which has been named “Wildwood” with pedigreed registered Jersey cattle. Supt. A.H. Pike has made several trips to Bridgeport and selected cattle from the well known herd of E.T. Bedford.

A modest economic proposal

About 30 years ago I was co-authoring a book with a CEO of a multi-million-dollar private company, and he informed me that he was going on the board of a larger public company at the behest of its two new controlling owners, clients of his, and that they had decided to take salaries of just $1 apiece per year and tie the rest of their compensati

Turning Back The Pages

 100 years ago ­— 1920

SALISBURY — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ashman and daughter Edna motored to Hartford last Sunday.

 

ORE HILL — Miss Victoria Laviski has the mumps.

 

LIME ROCK — Several from here attended the hash supper in Canaan Wednesday night.

 

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