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From the Vault: What happened in Grand County 100 Years Ago

Excerpts from the Middle Park Times, April 7, 1916

Granby News

Granby had quite an exciting baseball ball game Sunday. Everybody played who knew how and everybody else looked on—even Mr. McQueary’s cattle became enthused and made a mad rush for the ball field. No serious damage resulted, however.

Grand Lake News

The Smith sawmill will begin operations soon. Mr. Ish has logs in for finishing his hotel building (The Rapids Hotel). Our first summer visitors arrived March 31st. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ives have arrived and are occupying Lone Pine cottage.

Hot Sulphur Springs News

The First State Bank of Hot Sulphur Springs announced “We are pleased to announce that we are now in a position to handle large cattle loans on approved security with interest at 8 per cent.

The Parshall Hotel is now open. Short orders served.

Sunday passenger trains will be resumed on the Moffat road April 9th.

Mr. and Mrs. G. M . Houston of Fraser and Mr. Ed Case of Kremmling are taking the baths at Hot Sulphur Springs. Mr. Cal Pinsblow of Mount Harris, Colo., is here taking the baths for rheumatism . Although he lives so close to Steamboat, he says the baths here are very much superior for that very prevalent disease. It is well known that the water at Hot Sulphur Springs has no equal in the United States for medicinal purposes.

Submitted by the Heritage Coalition of Grand County – GrandCountyHistory.org


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