Hen news 13Aug1903

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Hen news 13Aug1903 - social the fund Freedom, for her her home short...
social the fund Freedom, for her her home short Sunday Congregational will Brain- is position 1 and at Ada, on Miss Butler and go Flora a Miss Mattie Kelner has returned rom an extended visit with the lisses Hood, in 111. Ir. N O Potter has rented his house o Mr. Patterson, the new high school nperintendent, and will move to Cleveland. The Ladies Aid society of the M E ihurch will meet at the parsonage on Wednesday ·afternoon August 19. Supper furnished by the ladies of the hnroh^and -sooiety. All are invited. Mr. and Mrs, O Kelner were in Elyis Elyis Friday, W. Henrietta Miss B Kinsey »n esteemed young ady from New 'Philadelphia, Ohio, s visiting with relaitvea and making many friends. Mrs. Wm Webster of Henrieta has a lariosity she has a black chicken with ne yellow leg and one white one. A party was held at ttre home of Seorge Krieg's last Wednesday even- ng ioe cream and cake was served. Mr. and Mrs. C Both of Cleveland, are visiting friends and relatives in Henrietta. Mrs. Anna Aibi had a bad headache last Monday afternoon fainted and a ootor had to be called before she retained retained consciousness. The Birmingham band held an ioe ream social last Saturday evening, ngust 1, at Birmingham. Albert Schneider of Henrietta, while at Linwood park, last Wednesday Wednesday went in bathing and was nearly drowned. The Grangers held an iee cream social last Friday evening at Henrietta Henrietta center. There being two.bands ere. Paul Sohinskey of Cleveland, who ias been visiting here the past month etnrned to Cleveland Saturday- E. used to." Messrs. Fred and Will Battenhouse f Chicago, are spending a short vaca- ion with their parenst, Mr. and Mrs. BattenhousB, Mr. Ed Gibson is employed a* mo- iorman on the electric line. Mr. N B Nash and family entertained entertained relatives from Chestnut Ridge last Sunday. Miss V Schubert has returned to Oberlin after spending a month with ier parenst, here,! Brother and sister scribes, if we tiave a picnic let -us have it before he schools begin so we can all attend. A rural delivery route is soon to be stablished here. Fred Hacker and family of Carlisle pent Sunday with relatives here. North Eaton The L O T M of Luster hive gives social at the hall Thursday evening, ugnstt 20. The Harmony quartet of Elyria is to sing. Miss Barrows of Cleveland, is visit- ng 'her cousin, Effle Haven. Bev. Pierce of Courtland, preached at the oh or oh Sabbath morning. Dr, Ed Hill and wife of Michigan are visiting their parents. Geo. Cole and family visited at the borne of M O Boss, Sunday. B. Belden. Mrs. F Boot and children of Cleveland Cleveland are at Rosa Beldeas and I Boot's. Bessie Cleverdon entertained on Wednesday Afternoon the Sunday school class of Mrs. HasKins. Miss G Hill spent a few days of last week in Lorain, F Landin and family were in Eaton Eaton Sunday. Miss Harrison of LaGrange, who has bepn utaying a week with her On Sunday eve. August 16, Bev. Dunlap H returned missionary from Siam, will address the people here, it is hoped that there will be a good attendance. v Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Drnseadahl of Elyria, spent Sunday on the Ridge. Mrs. Cramp and^Mrs. Seymour, of Elyria, visited Mrs. Versoy, on Wednesday Wednesday of last week. Mr. Shaw, * former superintendent of S. school here, who is in Oberlin for a few weeks from the east, spent Saturday with friends on the Ridge. BIB FIRE AT OLMSTEO FAILS. The little village of Olmstod Falls was visited on Saturday by oec of tbe most destructive fires of its 'history. Two buildings were entirely burned and the whole business station endangered. endangered. The fire first -started in the weeds along the Lake Shore tratrks at about 11:30 in the morning. The loss is estimated at 17000. Both the 'Berea and Cleveland fire departments ·were called. Real Estate Transfers Pleasant Surprise Party A very pleasant surprise party was tendered Earl Vogelsang a* 'his borne on Middle avenue Friday night. About 80 of his friends were pre sent and enjoyed themselves until a late hour. The occasion was the leaving of Earl for California, the first of the week. The party presented presented him with a handsome pair of field glasses. Refreshments were served. On leaving all wished Earl a pleasant and profitable trip. Elmer Townsend a Chaffenr Ellen Raymond guardian of Cora da Baum to Joseph P Smith, outlot Elyria. Nathan, Phoebe, Arthur and Alfred 3anm to^ Joseph P Smith, part of ot 8, Elyria, $435. George and Katberine Zobler to W Conrad, lot 19, block 91, Lorain, $1400. Carl Ben to John A Heidloff, lot 6, Wallace addition, Lorain,^$700. Sheffield Land and Improvement Co., to W H Smith, lot 1881, Sheffield Land company's addition, $500. Lewis Fairohild to Walter Palmer, east part of lot 36, Ridgeville, 91000. Trustees of First Regular Baptist church and society of Henrietta to trustees of Brownhelm charge of United Evangelical church, of Henrietta, Henrietta, part of lot 93, Henrietta, $1. 2 Trustees of the Baptist chnroh and society of Henrietta, to trustees of the United Evangelical ohnrch of Henrietta, part of tot 1)2, f 1. M H Levagood to John M Gehrke, lot 43, Braman . addition, Elyria, $850. EL1A MAN SUES THE C AND S W. 3 J Carpenter has brought suit in the court of common pleas against O and S W Ry. Oo. for $1000 Needing and Lawrence are his attorneys. attorneys. He says that on the 2nd day October, 1903, he boarded a oar on Cleveland street intending to go to Lorain, *O. He paid his fare and asked for a transfer which was given him."- He then rode to their depot Court street and shortly afterwards had avenue ;he the e XK) he

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  1. The Elyria Reporter,
  2. 13 Aug 1903, Thu,
  3. Page 5

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