100 years ago
march 11, 1920
The Sheldon Jewelry Store has been improved by the installation of a handsome show window. Finished in hard wood, natural oak finish, and with its mirrors and draperies, it is a very attractive window.
“Bumping into Broadway,” the first of the new Harold Lloyd two million dollar comedies will be shown at the Garden Wednesday and Thursday in addition to the regular programs. 10c & 20c.
The Marion Pharmacy has installed a handsome new candy case. It is a refrigerating case, with compartments in each side for ice, with the shelves for candy between. It is finished in white enamel and is a very attractive fixture.
Joe Sklenar of Pilsen was injured seriously at the Antelope elevator when a team of horses was frightened by the train and began to run away. He tried to stop them but was thrown to the ground and run over by the rear wheel.
Mrs. W.B. Miesse was interrupted in the midst of her washing last Monday by the arrival of Mesdames Jacob Good, Jacob Siebert, Fred Oyer, and J.L. Jones, who came with a fine lunch basket for a surprise birthday dinner with her.
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