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Death of a Mad Dog

June 8, 2010 |  1:37 am



 


June 8, 1910, Furniture

The dealer says this Arts and Crafts furniture will last for a century,

June 8, 1910: A Wyoming rancher tracks down and kills a wolf nicknamed “One Toe,” a notorious killer of cattle that was too wary for traps … and a police officer  bravely captures and kills a mad dog found in the gutter at 1st Street and Bunker Hill. There was no antidote for rabies at this time, and if the officer had been bitten he would have died.







June 8, 1910, Wolf


June 8. 1910, Mad Dog

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