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100 years ago — September 1922

The entries of Grassland Farms cattle at the Eastern States Exposition at Springfield last week came away with many first and second prizes.

 

The E.W. Spurr Co. received two carloads of coal this week which they have been distributing to their customers in half ton lots.

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100 years ago — September 1922

Charles Wise of Salisbury has a Rhode Island Red hen which recently laid an egg weighing four ounces. This is nearly as large as the best one recorded, and some idea of the size of the egg may be gained when it is stated that the average egg weighs about 2 1/2 ounces.

 

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100 years ago ­— September 1922

LIME ROCK — Charles Brasie is enjoying a week’s vacation from Boardman and Amundson’s store.

SALISBURY — Paul L. Bartram leaves today for Penn. State College where he will take a course in Forestry.

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100 years ago — 1922

SALISBURY — Mrs. Ellen Pulver is suffering from an infected left arm.

 

LAKEVILLE — It has been practically decided to install a radiophone at the Men’s Club for the enjoyment of the members this winter. This will add another very attractive feature to the club.

 

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100 years ago — August 1922

SALISBURY — John H. Greer has purchased the house he has been occupying of Reed Johnson. It is a matter of satisfaction that lately several of our citizens have become able to own houses instead of renting, through the application of Mr. J. Cox Howell’s loan plan.

 

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100 years ago — August 1922

SALISBURY — George R. Belcher is off duty owing to a severe attack of indigestion.

Three tank cars of the local freight were derailed at Salisbury last Friday morning. It is said that a rail was found to have turned over.

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100 years ago — August 1922

ORE HILL — Michael Maloney of Jersey City is visiting his cousins, Daniel and Matthew Maloney.

Classified Adv.: FOUND 8 head of young cattle roaming at large last Sunday. Chas. Harrington, Town Hill.

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100 years ago — 1922

LIME ROCK — The Acker Ardoe Show is giving very interesting shows each night this week in Mr. Frost’s lot.

 

Preparations are being made to apply a coat of road oil and sand to the road between Salisbury and Lakeville.

 

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100 years ago — July 1922

 

ORE HILL — James Flint has been confined to the house with an attack of quinsy.

 

Mr. Joseph Beebe has a cow that has given birth to twin heifer calves.

 

Miss Madeline Beers has resigned her position at the Telephone office.

 

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