|Transcription contributed by Arne H Trelvik|
|The Western Star 16 Mar 1911|
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Life's Golden Yesterday As Told by Western Star Files
SIXTY YEARS AGO
Warren County Canal
The following joint resolution in relation to the Warren County Canal,
has passed both Houses of the Ohio Legislature:,
We are authorized to publish the following ticket for corporation officers,
Mayor, J. C. Sabin; recorder, John A. Hardy; trustee, Joseph Anderson,
A. G. McBurney, Amos Bennett, J. P. Gilchrist, J. B. Graham.
FORTY YEARS AGO.
Swallowed a Pin.
Mrs. Mary J. Wright, a young married lady of Clarskville, accidentally swallowed a pin on last Friday nigh week, which becoming lodged in the throat, is likely to be attended with serious if not fatal consequences. This should be a warning to young ladies who are in the habit as so many of them are, of, holding pins in their mouths constantly. - - Mar. 16, 1871
The Long discussed question of Woman's Suffrage was decided at the Institute last Friday evening in favor of giving the ballot to the ladies by a majority of one. Some men who have not heretofore been classed with the long-haired reformers favored the elective franchise.
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