Toledo, Tama Co. Iowa
July 15, 1875
At W. C. WALTERS' is the place to get your Harvest Groceries
Mr. G. H. GOODRICH'S father from "way down in Maine" is visiting in Toledo.
A new engine was brought to Toledo last Monday morning for the Toledo & N.
W. railway. Her name is Oregon.
"Charley, dear,"said she tenderly pushing him from her as the moonlight
flooded the bay window where they were standing, I think you had better try
some other hair dye; your moustache tastes like turpentine.
D. ARB & CO., are preparing for summer by getting on a good supply of Wire
Cloth for doors and windows, to keep out the flies, grasshoppers, bugs &c.,
&c. The manufacture frames to order on short notice.
Harvesting will begin this week in some parts of our country.
Rev. C. J. KEPHART returned home from Western Wednesday noon.
A number of our citizens are attending the Camp meeting at Cedar Rapids.
The roads are getting much better since the rains have stopped for a season.
"Mike" BOYLE now has the handsomest turn out of any livery stable in the
Judge STRUBLE is herding cattle this summer-at least we saw him wildly
brandishing a tree top and driving some cows along Wednesday noon.
Just as we were going to press we received a communication from Dysart,
stating that Eddie VAN WINKLE, a lad about 16 years old, was drowned while
bathing in Big Creek, last Sunday. The communication will appear next week.
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