Delphos Republican, Sept 13 1907

 

Ads

JR Adams, (women's clothing)

WC Davis, (phonographs)

OL Kinsey, Drugs, Paints and Oils (Soda Fountain)

Jocelyn, The Florist, Minneapolis

Dr DB James, Dentist, office over Frank Stanley's store

Dr GE Eye, Physician and Surgeon, office in annex IOOF building

Dr Wiseman, veterinarian, office at Commercial Hotel

J R Richards, Real Estate, in office with Dr Eye.

George Dean, Barber Shop, agent for Beloit Laundry, north side of Square.

Haley and Stelter, real estate and loans, Minneapolis

Dr CB Aplin, physician and Surgeon

State Bank of Delphos - PC Hull, RW Smith & Geo N Billings, RD Billings

MR Powell, first door south of Col Hotel, drill a well and furnish it.

Betts and Courtney, Old Chapin Stand, Short Order Restaurant and Meals

WH Barker, confectionary, West side of Square

Leidigh and Havens Lumber Co.

Chance Bros, Dray and transfer Line.

Minneapolis Mill & Elv Co, alfalfa seed

Parker & Beck, Hardware (stoves, heaters, farm machinery)

James & Myers, farm machinery

1st National Bank, Delphos, the checking account for teachers, 3% interest.

WA Hale, dry goods

 

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William Bigsbee has moved to town to property bought from GT Long.

Jas. Buffington injured, run over by wagon load of corn.

John W Dakin of Delphos and Ethel M West of Minneapolis married at Minneapolis Tuesday. He works for Stanley & Co of Delphos.

Wm. Dunbar had an accident, rib was broken.

Joy Blanchard has bees and hive supplies for sale.

Mrs Will Chapin and Mrs Grace Blanchard visited friends in Minneapolis Tuesday.

Will Childs returned to Kirksville, MO, where he will take his second year in Osteopath school.

Mrs Lon Stewart came down from Beloit yesterday to visit her parents, Mr & Mrs H S Warren.

Case of City of Delphos vs Mrs Emma Corell will be heard in District court Tuesday. This is an appeal from the Police court where the defendant was fined for a violation of the building ordinances.

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Dr Potterf, Boston Electro Medical Institute, will be at the Pacific Hotel for one day, Sept 19 to treat people with chronic diseases, free. Married ladies must be accompanied by their husbands.

HL Bright, pioneer of Hollis, Cloud county, was found by his son dead, hanging by his neck, last Saturday morning. His wife passed away two years ago.

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Glasses at Sargent's

JS Olds sells Star Band school shoes.

JR Adams handles a full line of school tablets.

Lew Serviss went to Topeka Monday to the fair.

JR Adams went to Marquette Monday on business.

Mrs J D Cooper moved into her new cottage on Custer Ave yesterday.

NO Swanson moved into his new house on South Custer.

John O Miller and family are enjoying a visit from his niece, Mrs Estella Butterworth of Kansas city.

WA Hale went to Kansas City Monday to buy dry goods. He was accompanied by Miss Nina Gilbreath, who helped to select the stock.

Class 9 of the M E Sunday school will meet at the home of Eugene Raub.

A. Barnes, mayor, offers ten dollar reward for evidence of anyone selling or giving away liquor or gambling within 1 mile of the city.

Jas. McCullough shipped three car loads of cattle to Kansas City Tuesday.

Mr & Mrs Earl Sweet were up from Minneapolis Sunday visiting H H Sweet family.

A one horse dray has been bought by John Deppler.

South side meat market has been sold to A N Rice by Joe Teasley.

Mr & Mrs A Barnes returned from Oklahoma where they had been visiting their children.

Frank Stanley and family have returned from Colorado where they had been spending a month visiting relatives.

Mr & Mrs H C Wones went to Concordia Tuesday to attend the Griswold Wones wedding Wednesday.

Mrs Minnie Knowles has moved here from Atchison and is occupying the Correll property recently vacated by N O Swanson.

The Cane boys are suffering misfortune. One day last week Clarence broke his ankle and Sunday George cut the large artery in one of his arms with a knife.

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JV Bartow is up from Minneapolis on business today.

Rev. & Mrs Buffum, who held evangelical services at the ME church a couple of years ago, are at Barnard holding meetings in a tent.

Wilderness Post, No 118, GAR, will hold its annual reunion at the Spiritualist camp.

Dr. GK Boyajian, a native Armenian, will preach at the M E church Sunday.