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100 YEARS AGO KUNA NEWS.

3:05 pm March 27th, 2013

KUNA, Jan. 5.—On January 1, 1913, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Tallman. Dr. Curlin was in attendance, this being his first authorized case in Idaho.
Jasper Landsburg and family moved into their fine new residence yesterday.
Seibert Young is today moving into the F. B. Fiss’ building, where he will run a restaurant and boarding house.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Thatcher of West Bend, Ia., who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. J. Wagner, leave tonight for Washington where they will visit other relatives.
Kuna independent road district has chosen H. E. Spencer L. M. Beal and E. S. Young or C. S. Bruce as highway commissioners.
Ed Christenson of Boise is spending a few weeks here with his brothers, A. H. and J. T.

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