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Posted: November 15, 2012 at 4:55 a.m.

100 YEARS AGO Nov. 15, 1912 HOT SPRINGS — Men who fought for “Dixie,” members of the Confederate Veterans, had their inning at the state fair today, but they were generous, so the citizens of Pine Bluff and members of the hardware fraternity shared it with them. The three events were sufficient to attract a great concourse to the grounds. Every attention was shown the veterans, and while they had no official program to observe, visitors knew that today was set aside in honor of the old settlers.

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