The Toledo Chronicle
Toledo, Tama Co. Iowa
April 24, 1873
Chickens in the shell will be in market in a few weeks.
Farmers are busy getting their small grain sown.
Rev. W. S. MESSMER will be absent next Sunday, and no service will be held in the Presbyterian Church.
CAMBRIDGE and YARHAM, the two homeliest editors in Tama county, are battering away at each other.
The depot is being painted on the outside. The color will be light drab, with brown trimmings.
The Circuit Court of Tama County will sit the first Monday in May (one week from Monday next).
W. C. WALTERS sells the best lime ever sold in Tama County, in large or small quantities.
J. F. LEMBERGER'S goods have been unavoidably delayed, but he expects to be ready for business in a few days.
ARRIVED - A young candidate for admission to the Bar. Judge STRUBLE says he weights nine, and is in good voice.
The work of changing the East side of the first story of the Court House, and enlarging the stove flues will probably begin this week.
The Ministerial Association of Central Iowa will meet in the Congregational Church, at Ogden, Monday evening May 5th. Rev. Wm. L. BRADY will deliver a sermon on that occasion. The Central Association of Congregational Ministers and Churches, will meet in the same place Tuesday evening, May 6th, and will continue in session until Thursday noon. Rev. F. HURD, our County Superintendent is Registrar of the latter, to which a cordial invitation is extended to all.
The following are the names of the Petit Jurors:
J. S. McNEAL
Isam [?] VEST
Geo. F. KOBER
J. F. WARD
H. H. WILLIAMS
B. C. BERRY
C. E. HAYES
F. B. SANBORN
J. B. LOUTHAN
The painter didn't get a very good scald on the sign of the "Western Bakery," on Broadway, at least his spelling don't agree with Webster or Wooster. He has it "Westrn Bakery."
Major FREE, wife and child have not returned from Iowa City where Mrs. FREE'S mother has been seriously ill for some time.
For sale - One two story frame dwelling in Toledo. Will take two or three horses in part payment and give time on the balance. Apply to C. C. WHITTEN, Toledo, Iowa.
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