100 years ago
october 10, 1912
The Marion Band and Bosh’s Bohemian Band went to Topeka on Tuesday on the Woodrow Wilson Special, their expenses being paid by subscriptions raised by the Democratic Central Committee. The two bands made a fine appearance and they made fine music. They were a credit to the community. Twenty-five or thirty people, in addition to the two bands, went from here to Topeka to hear Woodrow Wilson.
It will take 620,000 bricks for the Marion paving job—about 80 carloads.
The American History class at the high school has been notified that the recitation room is not a manicuring parlor.
The social event of the season at Lincolnville was the marriage Oct. 6th of Edward Lietz, one of the industrious and prosperous young farmers of that area, to Emma Tiemeier youngest daughter of H.W. Tiemeier, Lincolnville’s leading merchant.
For a good team or buggy harness, an excellent fur robe, wool lined gloves and mits, also cotton gloves, whips and halters, excellent bits to hold the stubborn horse, curry combs and brushes, in fact everything in the harness line, go to NEILL’S, the harness man.
No naturalization papers could be granted at this term of District Court although there were a number of applicants. The law is that no naturalization papers can be granted within thirty days of a general election.