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100 Years Ago

April 22, 1915

Trip Around the World

The trip around the World Friday evening was a very pleasing event. Mrs. Mattie Hinckley's Millinery Store was Union Station and two ticket sellers were kept busy for awhile. The first car left at seven oclock and others followed shortly. It required about one hour to make the whole trip, most of the cars making three trips each. There were not enough cars to accommodate the people as fast as they came, which caused some long waits. Also C.E. Carlstrum's new Hercules car, driven by Lester Mercer, broke down in the first of the trip with a...



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