Advertisement Clipping from Cincinnati Commercial, Sun, Apr 30, 1882.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Commercial, April 30, 1882

WESTWOOD.—There are two new houses belonging to Messrs. Hagen and Mat lack that are nearly ready to moveinto. r|i ';'5w'V*—The pnblio schools of this place had an examination last week. The results have not yet been obtained. The schools held the two tree-planting days as holidays. The trees were planted Friday by the scholars. .. ? I. ;;Vi:—Mr. N. G. Hildreth, the druggist, had a newroof put, on hie house last week.—Mr. J. A. Linton and family, of Wilmington,O., are visiting Mrs. Wise, Mrs. Linton’s mother.— There is a possibility of having a new railroad running through or near this place. It wilt be a branch of the Indianapolis, Bloomington and Western. There is some talk of the Westwood roud being sold. If that is the case the Westwood road will be changed. The gauge will be widened and the road be run nearer to tbe village.—Mr. O. H. P. Carson. yard-master of the O. lt;fe M. Railroad, is talking of going West to see his farm, at Elliott, 111. He wit] go from there to Peoria, to see his son, who it is feared is sick.—Mr. John Alfars. “The Village Blacksmith,” is putting a story on his house.—There was a Y. M. C. A. social, or rather an elocutionary entertainment, by Mrs. Julia Williams, of the College of Music. Mrs. Williams is an excellent reader.