East Liverpool Evening Review
Monday, February 6, 1905
Charles McKinney, of Chester, was a visitor at Clerk Cooper’s office on Saturday, placing upon record two deeds.
William Murray and wife were New Cumberland visitors on Saturday, completing the sale of their property on Holbert’s Run, to Charles Crago.
F. W. Stewart and wife have returned from Washington D. C. where they spent several days last week, taking in the sights.
Judge Campbell has been suffering from a very severe cold, but is now much better.
Miss Belle McHenry, of East Liverpool, and Mrs. Cunningham, of Chester, have been spending several days as guests of Mrs. Iantha Huff.
Ira Donavan, of the railroad force on the branch, was called to Pittsburgh on Saturday to be examined preparatory to taking passenger conductorship.
Clarence Niswenger [?-hard make out], of Chester, was a county seat business visitor on Saturday, qualifying as road supervisor for precinct No. 1, Grant district.
Rev. C. C. Cowgill, the new pastor elected to fill the pulpit at the Christian church, it is announced, will take up the work here on the 19th of this month.