The Toledo Chronicle
Toledo, Tama Co. Iowa
April 13, 1876
Miss Addie M. Stevens went to Montour, Saturday, to spend a week or so.
Miss Jennie Graham has been very sick for some time past, but she is recovering quite rapidly now.
Miss Alice Loughbridge has been spending a week or so in Grinnell. She reports having a pleasant time.
And still discoveries are being made. A new kind of Quarry has been found in Tama County, from which "Oolite" stone is taken.
The Congregational Sociable, held at the residence of Mr. I. G. Kinne last Thursday evening, was well attended and a good time was had.
In our notice last week of the death of Mr. & Mrs. McClaskey's little boy, we gave his name as Frankie by mistake. It should have been Harry.
At the great sales of Short Horn Cattle held at Vinton last week, Mr. Abram Anthony of Dryden, one of Tama County's enterprising farmers, purchased a cow for $165.
Mr. Charles Nelson of New York has been spending a few days in Toledo with friends and relatives. He started for Ft. Dodge Tuesday evening, where he will make a short visit and then return home.
A little daughter of Mr. & Mrs. M. Rensch was playing about with the other children of the family last Friday afternoon. In the evening she was taken sick with scarlet fever and died Saturday morning. The funeral took place Sunday from the house, Rev. W. B. Frazell officiating. Two more children of the same family [are] now sick. The parents have the sympathy of the community in their affliction.
Camery & Son are Sole Agents for the County for Deere's plows and cultivators. Sold as cheap as the cheapest.
Go to W. C. Walters and buy some of Briggs & Bros. celebrated garden seeds. Warranted new and fresh. Every seed will grow.
Two car loads of Furst & Bradley plows and cultivators, received by Dennis & Averill, Tama City and Traer, Sole Agents for Tama Co.
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