95 years ago - Aug. 20, 1925


August 12, 2020

(Herald file photo from Thursday, Aug. 18, 1983)

ONE OF THE landmarks in Haxtun, the train depot located on Colorado Avenue at the railroad crossing, was moved Monday to a location south of Haxtun where plans are to convert the depot to a house. The depot was closed by Burlington Northern Railroad a year ago.

95 years ago

Aug. 20, 1925

The Haxtun Harvest

Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore and R. C. Jordan were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Taylor Tuesday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. N. Bentson entertained at dinner Sunday M. and Mrs. F. A. Alcorn and daughter, Edith Marie, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. Taylor.

85 years ago

Aug. 14, 1935

The Haxtun Harvest

A few silk dresses left at true bargain prices at Mrs. Hartwell's Shop. Choice of hats at 43 cents, Friday and Saturday.

Corbett Ice Cream, 12 different flavors. Full quart, 25 cents; full pints, 15 cents at Monty's Drug Store.

Mrs. J...

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