Osceola Sentinel,

February 25, 1904

Mr. David Cumings has sold his farm to Mr. George McCann of Groveland. Mr. Cumings and family will move to Henry county the first of March...W. R. Warren's brother-in-law, of Ohio, who has been visiting him, returned to his home this week. He took a car load of horses with him...Miss Emma Warren is attending school in Weldon. Miss Rilla Eddy closed a successful term of school here Tuesday...


March 3, 1904

Oscar Lewis started to Oregon Tuesday. His many friends were sorry to see him go and all wish him success. His cousin, Ira Lewis, of Lacelle, accompanied him...Davis and Jerry Pollock started to Los Angeles, Cal., Tuesday, where they will visit their brother and other relatives...Walter Bonham and Mrs. Barnett entertained their Sunday school classes at the former's home Monday evening in honor of Oscar Lewis, Davis and Jerry Pollock. There were thirty-two young people present. The boys will be greatly missed in the Sunday school and social circles...Pearl Bonham of Osceola attended the party at his home Monday evening...Mr. Reed of Barney, was here on business this week...David Cumings has rented the farm he sold to George McCann and will not to go Henry county as was reported last week...Butler Wilson and wife moved on the Welch farm near Osceola this week.


May 19, 1904

Mrs. Martha Johnson has been very sick but is improving...Mrs. Yates is on the sick list...Mr. and Mrs. George Ayers and baby of Weldon spent Sunday with W. R. Warren and family...Miss Lena Gardner of Osceola spent Sunday with Carter Yates and famiy...Mr. Frank Arebeaugh of DeKalb visited with Mr. Thomas Pollock Sunday.


June 16, 1904

Miss Nellie Bonham, of Osceola, is visiting her cousin, Jessie Bonham...Miss Ona Luce, of Weldon spent several days of last week here witb her friend Emma Warren...Rev Shirley Harland and wife, of Osceola, visited here several days last week...Mr. Shelby Eddy will return to New Mexico this week...Mr. W. R. Warren made a business trip to Van Wert Saturday...Mr. Reynolds took his steam thrasher off the cars Monday to his farm.


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