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Re: WARM SPRINGS Store
Posted by: C. Powers, III (ID *****8153) Date: March 17, 2008 at 09:38:13
In Reply to: Re: WARM SPRINGS Store by cjs of 540

I am not sure of the date. I am thinking late 1800. I know it was before the name was changed to Warm Springs, which is a little bit before your time. Also, the main road was not paved then. There were three or four steps from the store-sidewalks down to the road; it has since been raised. My understanding was the street was raise when a child died falling into the street.

Any other suggestions or ideas would be appreciated.

Bill bpowers10@hotmail.com


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