1930 - Maid Rite Opens; Businesses
27, February, 2008
Schuyler County businesses of 1930.
Herbert Weinberg Opens New Sandwich Shop –
“A Maid-Rite Sandwich Shop was opened in Rushville Saturday by Herbert Weinberg, who has the exclusive rights
for this specialty in this city.
“The new business is located in an 18x20 foot building just
completed at the corner of North Liberty and West Adams streets on state route No.3. In addition to specializing on sandwiches, Mr. Weinberg carries cold drinks
and ice cream and on his first two nights did a very good business.
“On this same corner Mr. Weinberg expects to build a super
service station this fall.” The Rushville Times, July
More Schuyler County business ads from 1930.
Bob Montooth – Oldsmobile Better Service Better Cars
Kerr Hardware – Hardware and Farm Implements – Rushville,
Orrin VanCleave – Prescription Druggist – Rushville,
Pelton Super Service
C. H. Ingalls – Jeweler – West Side Square
Rushville Granite Works – High Class Memorials
Gain Bros. Greenhouse – Flowers For All Occasions – Trees, Plants,
Farmers’ Grain & Supply Co. – Littleton, IL.
Littleton State Bank – V.A. Horny, Cashier – Littleton,
Rushville Times: 1836
Purchased by Nelson & Robertson In 1836
“George Nelson father of W.W.
Nelson and Lewis Robertson who formed a partnership in 1836 and opened a general store in Rushville and purchased the two lots and the building from Abram Smith
“From that day to the present time the Nelson lot and the old store building
which has been moved to the rear has remained in the Nelson family as owners.
“Years ago Mr. Nelson says old residents told him that the timbers in the
building were hewed from trees cut within a mile of the public square. The old frame braced and pined together with wooden pins and with weather boarding and
lath split from native timber is yet in a fair state of preservation.”
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Genealogically Speaking 27, February, 2008 - copyright 2008 The Rushville Times - Written by Edie Fishel
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