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The Seattle Star, April 12, 1904

CASPAR STUCY of Gennessee, one of the oldest pioneers of the district, died, at the age of 80, yesterday.


GRACE MONTAGUE and Belle Mershon, two dance hall girls of Everett, while returning from Snohomish Sunday night, drove over a precipice 40 feet high. They were badly bruised and the buggy was reduced to kindling wood. The horse was badly injured.


THOMAS ELMORE of Silvana has been committed to the insane asylum. He was found peering among the weeds of a small stream, under the delusion that the weeds were bulrushes, and he said he was looking for Moses.