|Years:||1907 1908 1909 – 1910 – 1911 1912 1913|
Significant events from 1910.
W. A. Hazel sells the Robert Snoddy farm of 80 acres in Van Buren Township to John H. Curry for $3500.
- Jude Faris, employed at the Hinkle Meat Market, loses a finger on his left hand while operating a sausage grinder.
Death of Mary E. Dodds, the widow of mayor Clelland F. Dodds. Born Mary Orchard, she married Dodds on July 31st, 1851. At the time of her death, she had seven surviving children and two surviving brothers, James Orchard and Samuel Orchard.
The Monarch Stone Company assets are sold at sheriff's sale, including thirty acres of land, channeling machines, derricks, a large stone mill and railroad side tracks.
Wade Hacker purchases the general store in Dolan from H.C. McNeeley.
- 1st - Amanda Tourner leases the Tourner Hotel to Frank C. Burke for a period of ten years.
The Stone Mill in Spencer (actually a flour mill) is sold to John Lawson and Fred Cooper. It had been run by the Spencer Milling Company until the Beem-Peden Bank failed.