Delphos Republican Aug 18 1905

 

 

Druggist Verne Mitchell

 

OT Stribling, Justice of the Peace.

 

Dr G E Eye, Physician and Surgeon, over Zimmermans Hardware Store.

 

City Barber Shop, north side of the square.

 

WH Chapin, dentist, north side of the square.

 

Dr CB Aplin, Physician and Surgeon, east side if the square.

 

Lintz’s, dry goods

 

Frank Henderson, dray and transfer line.

 

WH Barker, West side of the square, meals, short orders, canned goods, pastries, soft drinks, tobacco and candy.

 

State Bank of Delphos, PC Hull, president, FM Sexton, vice president, Geo. N Billings, cashier, H D Billings, asst-Cashier. Directors: HD Billings, Alice E Nichols, PC Hull, RW Smith, Geo N Billings.

 

South Side Confectionary, Harbaugh Bros, proprietor.

 

Zimmerman Hardware and Harness.

 

For Sale, the building now occupied by the Palace Restaurant, on the south side of the square.

 

Notice: I hereby give notice that the trespassers on my property, and especially the lot occupied by S J Doyle’s ice house, will be prosecuted. Parents should warn their boys to stay away. Isaac Miller.

 

JS Olds new building on the north side of the square is finished and this week he has been busy moving and straightening his stock. The building is a good one, 20x60 feet, one story high and built of brick with a plate glass front.

 

James Fleshman moved his family to the farm Monday. He is going to build a new house but moved into the old one until the new one is ready.

 

Geo. Day has moved his family into the house recently purchased of Jas Fleshman and Wm. Brocksom has moved in from the country into the place vacated by Mr Day.

 

 

 

 

Mrs Lucia Haggart died Thursday night in Salina. She leaves children: Fred E Haggart, Frank Leroy Haggart, both of Delphos, and Edmond Q Haggart, of Salina, All married, and two daughters, Nellie Belle and Erma May, both of Salina.

 

Casper Rauch and son, Elvin, went to Abilene Tuesday to bring home the little girls for a visit.

 

Carl Disney came down from Portis Tuesday morning and is visiting friends and relatives.

 

OP Davis is moving his jewelry stock from the west side of the square to his own building on the north side of the square. Some months ago Mr Davis bought a part of what is known as the Needam block and has had it remodeled into a nice place for his business.

 

Word was received yesterday that Mrs R F Clore has died yesterday morning at her home in Argentine that morning. She was a sister to Mrs Scranton and J B McCardle, and lived in this community for a number of years. The remains will arrive here this evening and the funeral services will be held at the Scranton residence on Saturday morning.

 

John Penny has traded for a portion of the old Paramoure house and moved it to the west part of town onto one of the lots that used to be used for a baseball park.

 

A baby girl was born to Mr and Mrs JS Olds Thursday, Aug 17th. Mother and child doing nicely.

 

A dance was given in the opera house last night. The proceeds went to the Spiritualist Society.