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Posted: December 16, 2012 at 3:35 a.m.

100 YEARS AGO Dec. 16, 1912 An eloquent inebriate entertained a crowd of at least 100 people at Eighth and Main streets at 7 o’clock Saturday night until such time as the police patrol arrived to gather him in and convey him to a place where he could find convivial and congenial society. He began to attract attention in front of the Majestic with loud and vigorous denunciation of the world at large and a desire to meet an unlimited number of his fellow citizens in combat, singly or in numbers.

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