110 years ago
february 18, 1909
When the changes now being made at the Y.M.C.A. building are completed, it will be wired for electric light and piped for natural gas. Nothing like being ready.
Saturday of this week at 2 o’clock W.A. Stauffer will offer for sale on Main street ten head of three-year-old mules broke to work; also one span of heavy draft horses 9 and 10 years old; one gelding 5 years old, weight about 1300 pounds, and one bay mare 6 years old. John McCarty, auctioneer.
There will be a masquerade skate at the Rink, Monday night, the 22nd.
It only cost fifteen cents to be a passenger of the Areo Interplanetary Transit Co. last Saturday evening. It was most “up in the air” so far as taxable property went. The young people comprising the company made a success of the enterprise and that’s what counts. Two rooms on the second floor of the Dean building were decorated in hearts. They had a nail driving contest, a shopping contest, and after the program a nice lunch. Girls in the M.E. Sunday school hit on this plan of raising some money for their missionary offering and they cleared $10.95.
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