Editor gets results with gun, west approach to Snowy Range started, railroad proves value and $5,000 for fishing derby


100 Years Ago

Dec. 3, 1914

The editor of a paper in another county states that one day he picked up a Winchester and started down the street to deliver it to its owner. The delinquent subscribers got it into their heads that he was on the war-path, and everyone he met insisted on paying what he owed to the editor. One man wiped out a debt of ten years standing. On his return to the office he found a load of hay, fifteen bushels of potatoes, a load of wood and a barrel of turnips. Will someone please lend us a gun?

75 Years Ago

Dec. 7, 1939

“We’ve already started!”

So said Wm. Carroll...

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