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100 years ago: Principal Park of the Lee School, assisted by the faculty, is choosing a fifty dollar Victrola for the use of the grades in the grammar department of his school.

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100 years ago: James E. Ferguson of Temple, Democratic nominee for governor, spent Wednesday in Denton en route home from Gainesville and while at the Oatman Hotel held an informal reception, at which he received the good wishes of Denton citizens.

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100 years ago: Constable W. G. Starr and Squire E. C. Barton frustrated the burglary of the Russell & Co.’s Dry Goods at Pilot Point Saturday night after the burglars had loaded about $300 worth of goods and were apparently in the store making their final selections before making their get-away.

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100 years ago: The excessive rains and overflows of the last few months have left the stretch of the road in the Elm bottom impassable for loaded wagons. Its condition has been the worst in the county and probably the state.

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100 years ago: The Commissioners refusal to grant a postponement or continuance in the condemnation suit of the Fort Worth-Denton Traction vs. Henry T. Stewart was followed by the plaintiff’s dismissing the suit.

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100 years ago: There is no more conclusive proof that Denton County is improving morally than the fact that the county jail is vacant.

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100 Years Ago: The Denton County National Bank moved into its new quarters Wednesday night and now occupies what is declared to be one of the handsomest Bank buildings in the state. The removal was effected with little difficulty, everything in the fixtures being new and necessitating the moving only of the valuable papers, bank supplies and the like.

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100 years ago: Y.M. Turpin, Monday begins work as Denton’s official garbage hauler, paid partly by the city and partly by subscriptions among the business men.

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Scarlet fever disposed of in town — Denton’s City Health Officer, Dr. Piner, reports that the last case of scarlet fever has been disposed of by recovery and fumigation of the premises. Except for an epidemic of whooping cough in the North and West Side schools, and a few cases of mumps, the town is in good condition as regards general health.

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100 Years Ago: The Exchange National Bank opened for business Thursday morning in its new building on the southeast corner of the Square.

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Denton County commissioners, who have been working their road gangs of prisoners 10 full hours a day, will be forced to stop that practice by the new eight-hour law, according to an interpretation by County Attorney Wilson.

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A milestone: This month marks the 100th anniversary of this Denton Record-Chronicle feature that looks at past articles from the paper. The first look back at earlier stories began on May 20, 1913, in an article titled “Some Early Day History of Denton County” featuring stories from 19 years before. The occasional column became a daily fixture called “19 Years Ago” by the 1920s; it evolved into “Denton Yesteryear” in the late 1940s, with the title shortened to “Yesteryear” in the 1950s. We hope you continue to enjoy these little excursions into the past to see how much — or how little — things have changed.

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