Marion Exhibition and Picnic

The Gazette July 2, 1902 On Thursday night, the 26th of June, the closing exercises of the Marion High School were witnessed by an audience of five hundred interested spectators. The program, which consisted of recitations, concert recitations and dialogues, was interspersed with music discoursed by the local string band under the leadership of Captain … Continue reading Marion Exhibition and Picnic

Real Estate Transfers

The Gazette July 2, 1902 W. H. Howcott to Howcott Land Co., Ltd., 1720 acres of land, $1500 cash and other property. Mrs. I. A. Ramsey to Mrs. A. E. Barrow, 3 lots in Junction City, $900. W. J. Proctor et al. to W. S. Ledbetter, 3 lots in Junction City, $150.