110 years ago
april 22, 1909
A number of students from Marion, Florence, and Burns went to Emporia last Saturday and took part in events there. Paul Williams of the Marion high school won the mile run in a record-breaking time of 5:8 1-5. Dean of Marion was fourth.
Dr. R.C. Smith received his auto, the Overland, last Thursday and after a little while was using it to make his professional calls. Friday night he was called to Canada and was mighty well pleased the way the car acted.
John Briney of Clark township was the first to bring in crows’ heads and eggs. He came in last Saturday with five crows and 23 eggs.
The new bank at Aulne was organized with the following board: S.P. McDonald, president; J.H. Winkley, vice president; Andrew Larson and C.M. Nusbaum, additional directors. A new building will be erected and the bank hopes to be in running order by July 1st, when the deposit guaranty law goes into effect.
Tom Armstrong, undersheriff, has been busier than a cranberry man serving injunction papers and so on. Tom dotes on injunction papers.
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