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october 23, 1919

When you get up Sunday morning the country will again be traveling along on the time the sun gives us. And it will mark the last time that the clocks will have to be tampered with, for the law creating the change of time has been repealed and the new time will not be in force again next summer.

So set your clock back an hour when you go to bed Saturday night—that is if you have been observing the changed time.

The very attractive filling station erected by Mr. Bert McCullough of El Dorado, across from Central Park, has opened for business. Mr. McCullough has stations also at Peabody and El Dorado. The station has a fine location and has made a very pretty spot out of a prominent corner.

Mrs. Helen Healea has accepted a position with the Mutual Telephone Company and will have charge of the office work. Earl Magathan has again taken up the line work for the company.

The new paving from Main to the Elgin Hotel was opened Saturday. Brick is being laid north on the same street. Guttering is progressing rapidly on north Lincoln street.

Last modified Oct. 23, 2019