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Sept. 9, 1915

Claud W. Honn was mangled in the machinery at the Walton elevator. Sam Moffett found the body and suffered a nervous collapse.

Ninety-one motor cars were parked in the center of the street last Saturday night, according to Charles Marsh’s count and practically every one of these motor cars belonged to farmers.

The purchase of the Peabody Gazette from Geo. E. Morgan last week by Oscar Stauffer places its destiny in new hands.

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