Chester Notes ~ Wednesday, March 6, 1907

Chester Notes ~ Wednesday, March 6, 1907
East Liverpool Evening Review
Wednesday, March 6, 1907
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Chester Notes
Ed Stewart, of New Cumberland, was an Arroyo visitor today.

A. L. Skinner, station agent, is in Pittsburgh today.

Mr. and Mrs. David Arner, of Tarentum, Pa., are the guests of G. A. Arner, of California avenue.

Squire Ed Hart, of New Cumberland, is a visitor today.

W. W. Ingram was in New Cumberland today.

Nelson Moore, living back of Newell, is in Chester today.

Mrs. Alice Hewitt, of Arroyo, is a visitor in Chester today.

William MacDonald, of Arroyo, is a business visitor today.
Samuel Allison, and aged citizen who has been quite ill, is much improved.

O. C. Bailey, of Second Street, is suffering from a severe attack of the grip.

Martin & Wells, cement and concrete contractors, are cementing the cellar of the new residence of William Hocking on the Newell road.

Charles Moore, of Asbury, is a Chester visitor today.

Wilson Monigal, of Bridgeport, was a business visitor in Chester today.

Senator O. S. Marshall, of New Cumberland, arrived home from Charleston last night and Representative George Ingram and John Evans, page in house, are expected today.

Miss Margaret Stewart, of Fairview, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Stewart, of Indiana avenue.

Bert and Harry Allison, of Hookstown, are Chester visitors today.

Contributed by Jackson Edward Wilson