Footnote 3 Langlois and Thrift

In 1887, Frank Langlois's business partner Alexander Thrift also met the qualifications for U. S. postmaster and served in that capacity until 1897, at which time Frank resumed duties. J. H. Upton alleges that the first post office was actually on the Langlois family's ranch and was moved into Dairyville a year later. (Oregon Journal,1927)