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Yesterday's News

 


October 16, 1915 – The work of clearing a site for the electric plant power house was started yesterday morning.

The building is to be erected on the south thirty feet of what is known as the Kinch lot, on Main street extension, near the bridge. The purchase of the site from S. L. Hogue was authorized by vote of the council at an adjourned regular meeting held Thursday evening. The property costs the town fifty dollars.

The council awarded to Anton Myklebust the contract for furnishing spruce poles for light wires, at six cents per lineal foot. Three other bids received were nine, ten, an...



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