"October 6, 1906: Mrs. Joseph G. Bockmier left Monday for a 3 week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dan Freel at Lima, Ohio where Dan Freel is at work in the Lima oil fields." [Source]
The Lima News August 7, 1906 › Page 2 [link] http://bit.ly/1jYvsIQDI
NING ROOM OPENED; Also a First Class Lunch Counter Where All Delicacies Will Be
Found. The already popular firmof Tyson and Scherneble, who not Iongago opened up the Pullman Cafe, formerly the Elk, take this opportunity of announcing that their dining room andlunch counter are both open to the public, and the best of service is assured, along with all the delicaciesin season and the best staple meats
Note: These items are part of my ''Collecting Lima Virtual Museum''. They are not for sale.
If/when I find more information on these items, I will add it to the post.
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