100 years ago
march 6, 1913
The transfer of the Saggau Hardware store from J.D. Saggau to the new proprietor, C.F. Pantle, which has been under negotiation for some time, was completed Tuesday and the new manager took possession.
Jensen Brothers are shipping their fourth car of poultry since the first of the year. With about 5,000 fowls to the car, that would mean a flock of about 20,000 has shipped out in that length of time. Shipping them in carload lots gives them a cheaper shipping rate.
Mr. Mitchell of the Stanton and McGuire firm, which put in the Marion paving, was here several days on business the past week.
The buildings at the east end of the stone arc bridge, known as the Dunham Feed Store, are for sale to be moved or torn down.
A company of ladies entertained with a dance for the gentlemen on Thursday evening of last week in the lodge room of the Wheeler building. About midnight the company went to Tillman’s for refreshments.
Miss Dorothy Pollitt entertained last Monday evening guests as follows: Misses Viola Thompson, Flora Tompkins, Mabel Logan, Clara Kleinhammer, Bessie Sievers, Mary and Martha Ehrlich, and Fernie Pollitt.