Source: the Manchester Republican, September 11, 1873
MANCHESTER MILLS. STRAUS & ARNOLD
Do a general custom work. All orders attended to promptly. Ten thousand bushels of wheat wanted at the highest market price. Flour and feed delivered to any part of town. Leave your orders at the Post Office.
Source: The Manchester Republican, February 19, 1874
STRAUSS & ARNOLD'S flouring mill on the river directly south of the hub factory is in a flourishing condition. They buy wheat at the top of the market and deliver flour and feed to all parts of the city at the same rates that other mills sett at the groceries.
Source: The Manchester Republican, February 26, 1874
Strous & Arnold deliver flour, meal and feed to all parts of town free of charge every day. Leave your orders at the Post Office, stating the amount you want and where you want it delivered, and it will be promptly attended to.
Source: North Manchester Journal, February 26, 1880
Mr. Dan Strauss will take possession of the Arnold mill on next Monday. Mr. Arnold will retire from the milling business for the present.
Mill Dam circa 1920--