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125 Years Ago

Streets Gets Flushed

Herald of Aug. 12, 1897

The olfactory of the Board of Health are resting since the flushing of streets, gutters, pig stys, etc. on Tuesday. Thanks Mr. Pluvius.

The language used by some when engaged in games of amusement is highly disgusting, the pitching of horse shoes, for instance.

Mrs. Dr. A. L. Garver is now master of the wheel. A number of our ladies, among whom are Mrs. S. A. Hamilton and Miss Annie Chrismau enjoy the same recreation.

Rev. J. K. Lloyd, while trying to prevent water from flooding the cellar of the M. E. parsonage, was severely shocked by a heavy electrical explosion...

 

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