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100 years ago — March 1921

SALISBURY — Mrs. Frank Wright has sold her residence to H. Roscoe Brinton. Mrs. Wright will occupy rooms over the Garage, and Mr. Brinton will move his family into his new home about the middle of April.

ORE HILL — Mrs. John O’Holloran has had a telephone installed in her house.

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100 years ago — March 1921

At the present time while the frost is coming out of the ground the roads are in an unspeakable condition. Smith Hill is reported as especially bad.

 

ORE HILL — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dean have moved to Sharon where he has employment.

 

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100 years ago — 1921

LIME ROCK — The first sewing society is to be held at Miss Carrie Richardson’s Thursday. Every one is cordially invited.

— Lost (Adv.) Flexible Flyer racer taken from the Hub, name “Jeffrey” scratched on top. Reward for information given to R.W. Dufour.

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100 years ago ­— February 1921

SALISBURY — George Senior’s house is being wired for electricity.

— The sleighing since the big storm of Monday has been excellent.

Notice — Will the parties who have my jack screws, crow bars, saws, etc. please return them without loss of time. Edward Raynsford.

 

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100 years ago — February 1921

SALISBURY — Mrs. John Ball is having her house wired for electricity.

LIME ROCK — Charles Cashdollar has resigned his position here where he has lived 34 years and is to move to the club house in Huntsville in the near future.

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100 years ago — February 1921

LIME ROCK — Mr. Wanamaker fell from a wagon and broke one of his ribs recently.

LAKEVILLE — Edward Webb Jr. has given up his position at Miss Jane Smith’s garage to devote his entire time to his milk business. John Finkle has taken the position left vacant by Mr. Webb.

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100 years ago — 1921

­Salisbury is getting to be quite a center of real estate transfers at present. William Dempsey, local plumber, has purchased the tin-smith business of C.F. Wanger and will move into the house now occupied by Mr. Wanger about April first. 

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 100 years ago — January 1921

Tuesday morning’s thermometer readings gave a temperature of 8 to 10 below zero, the coldest yet this season. A high wind made the day seem still worse and necessitated some hustling with the coal shovel to keep houses warm.

ORE HILL — Tony Genito has gone to New Jersey to work.

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