This Week In History: Lower Blue personals
Compiled by the Breckenridge Heritage Alliance
This week in history as reported by the Summit County Journal 100 years ago — Dec. 21, 1918
Mrs. R.H. Lee and Miss Hattie went to Kremmling Tuesday to do some Christmas shopping. They will return home on Wednesday.
Latest News Epitomized
Women’s suffrage has lost in Arkansas, partial returns indicating the defeat of the new constitution in the election Saturday.
Baseball in the Western league is to be re-established on a pre-war basis at a meeting of the club owners to be held in Kansas City.
Western Mining and Oil News
The Golden Queen property of the Mutual Co-Operative Mining Company at Kokomo is being steadily operated.
Lizards and alligators are the latest propositions in the way of food variety. They do not seem very alluring to the United States’ appetites, yet lizards have been extremely popular in the Bahama Islands, and Florida alligators have a reputation of being quite delicious.
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