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New Town of Eton Planned, 1906
published at Spring Place, January 3, 1906.
The Murray News had reprinted the
article from The Dalton Argus.
NEW TOWN SITE FOR MURRAY
Company Organized and Town of "Eton"
Will Be Laid Off on the L. & N.
A number of prominent gentlemen have recently organized the "Eton Town Company" the capital stock of which is $20,000, all of which has been taken.
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