100 years ago
october 28, 1920
Mr. C.W. Thompson, head of Grand Mercantile Co., has decided to retire from the mercantile game, and to make this possible will hold a sale to dispose of the entire stock. Brooker Bros. Sales Co. will conduct the sale.
Mr. Thompson will represent this district in the state Senate the next two coming sessions, having no opposition in the election to be held next Tuesday.
Harry Bowlby has sold his interest in the Marion Dry Cleaners to Bruce Grimes.
Hutchinson held Marion to a scoreless tie here Friday. Both teams played exceptional football, keeping the crowd constantly in suspense. Hutchinson played a tricky aerial game while
Marion’s heavy “backs” plunged the Hutchinson line for good gains, though neither team had the punch to push the pigskin over the line.
WANTED—Linemen on transmission line work, 85c per hour, nine hour day, bunk furnished. Meals 50c. Report to Kansas Gas and Electric Co., Wichita, Kansas, Engineering Dept.
D.L. Yeagley, Ed Freeland, Carl Sheldon, Joe Swan and Harry Rogers were in Wichita Wednesday investigating the fire truck matter.
The Shepherd of the Hills, the never to be forgotten story play picture of the famous Ozarks, will be shown Nov. 1st at 2:30, 7:00, and 9:15 p.m. at the Garden Theatre. Millions have read the book and have seen the play. Now, see the picture. Ten reels of real interest. Prices 25 and 50c inclusive of war tax.
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