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Charles C. Goodale, as solictor for the Graham Ditch Company, also filed the answer of that company to the complaint made by Kansas against it.
Source: The Goodland Republic, Oct 23, 1903

George Wellington, formerly an engineer on the Colorado River, has sued his wife for divorce in San Francisco, on the grounds of adultery.
Source: The Arizona Sentinel, Sep 5, 1885

Source: The San Juan County Index, (Aztec, N.M.), Oct 18, 1912 -transcribed by J.S.
Even Exchange to Robbery
C.W. Tunnell and R.E. Townsend of Cline, Colo. traded wives last week and came down to Aztec to have Judge Current fix up the bills of sale. The fact that all parties came down together in an old fashioned lumber wagon, indicates that all parties concerned in the transaction were satisfied with the exchange, which having been evenly balanced shows no evidence of robbery. County Clerk Wagner legalized the deal by issing the proper license, divorces having already been allowed by the court of proper jurisdiction.

 


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