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To all who have requested names for the surname registry. I will get them up
as soon as I can.
My better half had a triple by-pass yesterday morning. He is still in
intensive care, but they will be moving him to the cardiac floor sometime
tonight. Once I know he is stable, I will be home long enough to work on the
If you smoke quit! 53 is too young to have open heart surgery!!!
P.S. I will be starting the patches on Monday!! :)
Toledo, Tama IA
April 6, 1876
We understand there are quite a number of our citizens who anticipate
visiting the Centennial the coming season.
Mr. Allen DAVISON of Ft. Madison who visited last week with his friends in
Toledo, returned home Thursday.
Dr. C. R. STERNEMAN, of Cedar Rapids, will be at the office of Dr. SOUSTER
Tuesday, April 11th, and remain all the week.
Miss Lizzie CONANT returned from Iowa City last Thursday evening.
W. H. HARRISON, Jr., started for Council Bluffs, Tuesday, to assist in the
Ink and Stationery business at that place of STUART & HARRISON.
Mr. A. J. WHEATON has purchased the HILLMAN property opposite the residence
of Mr. G. W. WOODWARD, and we understand intends to build a fine residence
there at no distant day.
A GOOD SIGN - Mr. Dent. CAMERY of the firm of J. M. CAMERY & Son, informed
us recently that they were selling more form machinery this spring for cash
than for several years past. He also stated that they were selling many
implements to men who had recently moved to the county, and to parties who
heretofore had not been in the habit of trading at Toledo.
M. Nathan WHITFORD, who purchased the confectionery and fancy grocery store
of Mr. Benj. STONE some time since took possession last week. It is his
intention to keep up a good stock of goods in his line and do business on
square principles. He formerly resided in Toledo, several years since and
would be pleased to see all his old friends and many new ones. He will be
found at the old stand of B. STONE.
Mr. GALLEY returned from Chicago last Thursday night.
May STRIBLE has been quite sick, but she is now recovering very rapidly.
Mrs. J. C. MILLER, of Nevada, is visiting friends and relatives in Toledo.
Dr. YARNALL will be at the American House, on Thursday and Friday of this
Mr. J. S. MOORE has sold his property in the south-east part of town to Mr.
W. F. JOHNSTON, started to Chicago, Tuesday evening, and our readers may
look out for more new goods in a few days.
Mr. And Mrs. Chas. SOLEMAN returned to Toledo last Monday noon. They have
been spending some three weeks visiting friends at Mt. Vernon, Iowa.
Tama County, US Genweb Project