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october 21, 1892

Mrs. Ida Reilly, of Denver, Colorado, a fashionable dressmaker of great experience, has located in Marion. Guarantees perfect satisfaction. She cordially invites all ladies wishing perfect fitting gowns to give her a call. Perfect fitting waists without darts a specialty. Mrs. Reilly can be found at the residence of Mrs. Calhoun.

Secretary Brown has curtained and carpeted the show windows of the Y.M.C.A. Reading Rooms, and now he is anxious to further adorn them with some handsome house plants. Any Marion lady wishing to make a contribution of this kind will please notify Mr. Brown and he will gladly call for the offering.

Adv—Don’t commit suicide on account of your “incurable” blood disease. The sensible thing for you to do is to take Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. If that fails, why then, keep on trying, and it will not fail. The trouble is people get discouraged too soon. “Try, try, try again.”

Among the well patronized institutions of Marion are the Y.M.C.A. bath rooms. Thirty or forty persons enjoy these bath privileges every Saturday.

Please look, immediately, through and through your premises, and see if you haven’t somewhere in your possession a book belonging to the Marion Library Association, and if you have, return it at once to the Y.M.C.A. Reading Room. Now, don’t’ neglect this.

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