110 years ago
april 16, 1908
The Grand advertises it has just received a large line of “Merry Widow” hats for the Easter trade. Also received were the “Kent” soft hat, the “Mascot” soft hat, and the Derby hat, all for the men, at $3 each.
The Palms restaurant in the Bradbury building changed hands Monday, Benj. Nusz selling to Joe Roberts and his sister Mrs. Grace Woyame. Mrs. Woyame has had considerable experience in the restaurant business. Mr. Nusz will continue the carpentry trade. The firm name of the new proprietors is Roberts & Woyame.
A petition is being circulated around, which, when it receives sufficient signatures, will be presented to the city council, for a bridge across the Luta at the old sugar mill. With this improvement made, an alfalfa mill is assured, as Mr. John Ehrlich will install the machinery as soon as the bridge is complete. The petition should receive your endorsement.
The Record failed to mention last week the arrival of a baby boy at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Richards, and a girl at Mr. and Mrs. Austin Bitner’s
Standford & Billings, the drug firm that has been known in Marion for a number of years, was sold the first of the week to Marion B. Ford and Arthur Tarbet, two Marion County boys. Both are graduates in pharmacy and have several years experience in their line. We wish them success.
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