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125 Years Ago

Saxton Herald Prints Again

 

December 23, 2021



Herald of Dec. 24, 1896

James O. Ruggles died at his home of typhoid pneumonia. He had been ill for nine days. He was 32 years old and was employed as a blacksmith.

After a suspension since November 4th, the Saxton Herald went to print again. Brother Thompson had been passing through the deep waters of affliction, which made it necessary for a suspension of his sprightly paper.

Dr. Garver was increasing the capacity for generating steam. The demand for steam heat was growing rapidly.

Samuel Stoner and sister, Miss Mary Stoner, of Brown County, Kansas, were visiting the home of their father...



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