YEARS AGO: Orchardists upset with Great Northern Railway


Years Ago

100 years ago (Nov. 9, 1917)

“Hardly half the apple crop has been moved from this station, every warehouse on the tracks is piled high, every basement or storage place in town is loaded to the guards, and each orchard has taxed its storage capacity to house the fruit that has been taken from the trees and place it, so a protracted cold spell will not work injury to it...

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