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Cincinnati Weekly Enquirer (Newspaper) - August 30, 1900, Cincinnati, OhioA a a a a a rtt i a a amp. To m a a v. 8 a Ltd the Cincinnati weekly enquirer thursday August 30, 1900. The enquirer. _ household club is an organisation of the subscribers and contributors of the Csc Boxt enquirer for Mutual Benefit and instruction and to promote Friendship among the members. Any White person Dver the age of is years of either sex of Good moral character and who is a yearly subscriber of to a tilt enquirer or is a member the family in which it is taken who will Sut scribe to the con and by Laws is eligible to in the Coet of membership is one year .75c fee and certificate.50c 25c National officers of the club for Are it a George Behlen sry Cincinnati Ohio president j. Rea Harrisburg ind. President Capito la of rus Hillje. Ind. A # 8. E. Litehiser Camden Ohio. Committed Thomas r1ner, Greenbush Ohio. V it a chairman and the household editor enquirer Cincinnati. For the House should be addressed House or weekly enquirer can Ohio and not to any Indi , f al tor membership the Secretary mrs. Camden Ohio. Every is held at some design it a the Benefit of Mem Low Cost and All Mem Good standing Are eligible to in nations in Ohio and air a bold Eunel reunions t notice scr pts ods to and letters on Bonsi the enquirer must he to the enquirer com the e. E to Way to pwt to surely a gala d on that Day shis grand for put in Bay where the for 1800 is being hold. As have always been one of the of the dub it is scarcely to dwell upon the various social Ami re creative advantages they 3 a company never Doe of this somewhat Ilion it prepares the Way state that wry fed the e. On Many a a he North South. East and having twice Melved the Honor within the gift of the Organ Advent of the above Date was and wire with feelings of and sadness. Yes it is True. We Happy because tax enquirer special i to pass through our City and we could of seeing dear friends we had travelled on like Occa the thought that we Here not to and enjoy the pm Rares that had a very depressing influx n a number of recruits were awaiting while Many More were there off. The great train pulled in on the Alert to catch a glimpse Sices. A number were Reorg the windows of the oars and train came to a standstill a num Itic members left the oars Hearty handshake. Mrs. S. S. Mrs. Bowser or. Warner r. J. I. Clifford or. Monger the genial editor. Colonel Slater and oth of the number a few moments before the was Given and the Jolly time to place in any hand to that will Ever be of the reunion that Ahful b h. Badges of none can compere with the in Beauty of design it of Art. This article reaches the Eye of the the reunion Horta will return and the report Wilt be made by the official his Suffler it to say that the reunions t what the members make. Them. To never ready to do pore than its to and As the for sight see and recreation Are never surpassed All a members should look Coosard to re reunions As a part of each year s programme. L. P. Shideler. Hamilton Ohio. _ some again a Zjr. I in a my pleasant me Merles of put to Bay Host remain with e n. Sex i unionists. Only pleasant memories remain of the trip of the enquirer household Chib and its Many friends to tit in Bay Ait the party returned to the City monday night after its to Days uting at the popular Lake Erie resort. Every one in the party was1 loud in his Praise of the manner in which the Large crowd was treated both by the enquirer and every one else with whom he Cama in Contact the time at put in Bay was either spent in to Keg things easy around the islands or in making Little Side trips to Detroit Toledo and Sandusky. The management of the to tej Victory afforded the Bast of accommodations to every one in the party. Everything was in readiness for a them when they arrived at the hostelry and the stay there was most pleasant. There were no hitches in the programme outlined in the columns of the enquirer previous to the departure of the dub and everything was carried out ask forecast at 1 o clock monday afternoon after having dinner the whole party numbering left the Island of the special boat Ohio for Sandusky where they took a special train on the big four which was waiting or them. The trip from Sandusky Over the big four was made in fast time. The train was decorated with huge streamers bearing the legend. A enquirer household club. At 10 30 of clock monday evening the train pulled into the grand Central station. Those who do not live in the City proceeded to the Palace hotel where they stayed for the balance of the night. Most of them left the City tuesday for their respective Homes. A resolutions. The committee on resolutions of the enquirer household met in the East parlor of hotel Victory on saturday and adopted try following whereas we the members of the enquirer household club who have been privileged to participate in the clubs National Outing this year at put in Bay feel that a Token of our respect and appreciation is due to the Cincinnati weekly enquirer and those having the management of affairs for the Many pleasures socially and intellectually that we have enjoyed upon this trip As Well As to our retiring National Secretary therefore resolved that in this pubic manner we do express our thanks to the unequalled weekly enquirer the j. R. Mclean its generous proprietor to our Able editor and his corps of efficient workers for the excellent system by which every detail of the reunion hag been conducted and for the genial and Happy disposition editor Slater manifested throughout placing All at their ease and giving each the greatest amount of pleasure to be eat traded from the Outing. Long May they live As Well As the great and grand old enquirer with naught to Darken the brilliancy of its National Fame be it further resolved that we the committee on behalf of the members of the household club do also herein show our affection and esteem for our National Secretary mrs. S. E. Litehiser for her untiring efforts to place the club on a firm basis and to recall to its list and to the Page members who Are known and esteemed in the past and for her impartial kindness to All. As she Steps Back it can be truthfully said that As she was faithful to her Trust she is Folio wed by the appreciation of All and die devoted love of her personal friends be it further % resolved that the club do tender. A vote of thanks to manager to w. Mccreary of hotel Victory for his affable to and the courtesies extended to us during our sojourn m his place and for the excellent service and attention of All under his charge and to the big four railway officials for their very fair and generous treatment and studied efforts to serve and please in every particular. Gro Rob o. Suon Bker Ohio. Josephine Caldwell Illinois. J Rena knots Indiana. Etta Spiegel Kentucky committee on resolutions. K h. 0. Personals. Amp. A a a a what interesting scenes will be brought to View when those Kodak pictures Are developed. For full particulars and orders Call on r. J. Riner. Any one desiring information about the Toledo Falls Are referred to miss Etta Wes ten filter. _ or. And mrs. Will Frankenfield of Tipton ind., came Over to put in Bay on sunday and surprised miss India Thompson by an unexpected visit. Mrs Frankenfield is a sister of miss Thompson. Miss Edna Haynes and mrs. Minnie Hooper of Sandusky came Over to put in Bay to Call on the e. Party from Tipton Indiana. _ miss Hattie Cook of Nice Ohio and an interested club member was fortunate to meet with a number of the club members at Indianapolis among whom was the National Secretary elect. Miss India Thompson with her party in route to put in Bay. Mrs. Cook expressed her regrets at not being booked for the reunion but sent kind remembrances to All her friends of former trips and placed her name on the right Side of the e. Ledger for another year. The a a colonel declared he Wasny to sick on the trip to Kelly a Island but it looked rather suspicious the Way he Clung to a by Lemon a the Way Back and even the smiles of the fair maids could not induce him to come on deck. Wonder Why it was that miss Warthen done to like to be asked about the Steamer trip to Kelly a Island just before the Start from Cincinnati miss Hinchman was singing the praises of her favorite Uncle and was anxious to How him to a number of the ladles but to when told to produce him no Uncle would she find. It took quite a goo it Deal of persuasion to induce miss Claire Mclain to risk a plunge in the Lake but after being duly initiated it took equally As much to induce her to come out / while an e. Party was in route to Kelly a Island miss rankle Bowlin sat with a stately dignified Mien gaming at the dashing Waves of old Lake Erie when a sudden pallor was seen to of a spread her Placid features and Presto she joined the merry ? throng of ladies who were already feeding the Little fishes that sport Neath the spark manner in which he attended to All business in his line of the management. We will whisper right Here that a Fred quot enjoyed the reunion also especially the bathing and the Toboggan slide. Captain William Freyensee. With his sons Henry and William jr., of the Steamboat Grandon were most obliging during our stay on the Island. Being a Cincinnati Man himself years ago he was pleased to meet old acquaintances. Or. And mrs. J. Berene prominent Cut Lens of Norwood Ohio enjoyed the reunion from Start to finish. They were with us last year to Salt Lake City and will be remembered by Many. Mrs. George Kuhlman Nee Nora Bellof Elyria Ohio spent amp few hours with the household club Friday. As this was her first meeting with e. Members she enjoyed the Short time to the utmost. She will be More readily recognised by the Page As a pensive no. 2.�?� Charles e. Kelso reporter for the Aurora and bulletin was very much in evidence during the reunion being one of the most popular gentlemen among the Young ladles. Or. And mrs. P. P. Wolf of Higginsport Ohio enjoyed the reunion from Start to finish. Or. Wolf proving himself a capital swimming master. He is promised a ducking however if the club Ever again meet at the water. Miss Viguie Wright of Richmond enjoyed her first plunge in the Bay and the trip Down the Toboggan slide which she accomplished with the bravery of veterans at summer resorts. _ they do Tell that misses Josie Caldwell and Etta Westenfelder rescued Everett Slater from a very perilous situation in Perry s Cave. Rise up and explain Everett misses Leonora Howard and Ella Stuckey took a Side trip to Niagara Falls during the week but returned to hotel Victory before some of our Young gentlemen became entirely worn out with watching and waiting for them. No one had a jollies time than or. Jabee Winship of Rushville ind. He tried very hard to get some joke upon Hie a better she however was equal to the coca Elon and could discount him every time. One of the pleasant events of the week was the visit of mrs. Or Perry Cain mrs. Grace Frank and or. De Doherty to mid before the finny tribe seem fit to nip the Bud of their Hopes the rolling Billows tossed and looked the boat that All relished ideas for such a purpose vanish with their previous evening s meal. A trip to Detroit mich., was enjoyed As a Side Issue of the put in Bay re unionists and Many accepted the Opportunity of visiting that Beautiful and most cleanly City of the lakes. Or. Will Moss a wealthy planter of new Orleans la., was a guest at hotel Victory and through the Courtesy of our household editor a Cumber of the members had the pleasure of meeting him. / sex president by the a h. C., prof. L. P. Shideler and wife with a number of friends were at the depot at Hamilton to Exchange greetings with club friends and bid them godspeed upon their journey to Lake Erie. Benjamin Howard farts one of the enquirer artists made the trip to Toledo on his wheel in Advance of the excursion party and was at hotel Victory to Welcome us upon our arrival. He did much to make a pleasant time for All of whom he chanced to be with. From All appearances at the Little studio on the Beach Albert r. Cunning was having a splendid time and wishing e. Reunions came twice amp year. Master Leo Buddeke was one of the party of Little people who enjoyed a trolley party during our stay at hotel Victory. The car was gayly decorated with different coloured lights and it would be hard to imagine a happier crowd than this self same party of children. _ who had amp jollies time than Mieses Alice Murphy and Eva Goodhue surely no one judging from the Praise the girls bestow upon what they term a a week of continual miss Lisle Mussel Man miss Lattell and James Davis represented Central Kentucky and were delighted with the Outing at historical put in Bay. A very pleasant euchre party was arranged by the guests of hotel Victory Dur ing our stay there. Mrs. Edward Huling won first prise which was a very handsome water color picture. The pretty Little poem of our childhood a school Reader a we Are seven a was exemplified by the Holmes family of Goshen at the reunion. Four Brothers and three Sisters were they with not one in the enjoyed the reunion. All the More so for having been Here in 1890�?at the first National reunion of the e. Miss Mattie Sallee says a put me Down for All future Higginsport will Send a Large delegation next year if the Outing should be an Eastern one. Or. And mrs. P. Frankenberger of Charleston w. Vo., were pleased to meet and become acquainted with members of the e. During their stay at hotel Victory. Mrs. A l. Steams can hardly find words to Praise the management of the reunion. She is a Pleu meant Little lady who won Many friends during the week by her thoughtfulness and kindness for others. Senator Melville Shaw and wife with a party of friends from Wapakoneta Ohio pronounced the reunion a Success from Start to finish and with genial friends did much to help make it so or. Buddeke one of the leading merchants of Cincinnati with his family will remain at put in Bay and enjoy the Lake brasses a while longer. They were highly pleased with their first Outing with the e. C., and praised the perfect arrangements of the trip. A number of the club members visited Detroit during the week. Misses Etta Wes Tenfelder and Capitola Guffin remained Over sunday and report having a splendid time. First vice president elect or. Frederick Bucher of Columbia penn., was a Host within himself in entertaining the members. Fun was the order of the Day when he was around v a a miss Vinnie heeler who represented Darke county Ohio at the reunion de clares it the most enjoyable event of her we a _ misses Tena Rau and Vinnie Wright of Richmond declared the week All too Short for the pleasures they were enjoying. Miss Wright thought that her first plunge in the Lake was grand to say nothing of the Toboggan slide. This was her first trip with the household club but will not be the last. R. S. Riner president of the Indiana division of the e. C., was a Host within himself As a committeeman on entertainment with the help of or. George Slone Ker and others excursions to the different places of interest were planned parties a. Testimonial 20 years married. Twenty years have winged their flight since that mysterious word i spoke when on a beauteous summer night a i first assumed the flowery Yoke. I Long had craved the Blissful Chain. And cheerfully subscribed the vow perhaps id do the same again perhaps though i am older now. A Well do i recall the time when Elm now pensive by Ray Side stood in her blushing morning prime a tender Sweet and bashful Bride and i so proud of that dear hand. Could scarcely contain myself for Bliss id bought a tract of fairy land and sealed my Purchase with a kiss. For happiness we trimmed our sail. My Darling utile Bride and i breezes blew a pleasant Gale by smiled the Immer sky i seemed made for her and me a Bright wherever we jul gift turn. Our life to be sea to yet innocents wed much to learn. Fot Sioon did cares disturbing breath feh Lettl influence Imparl and bitter sorrow bom of death overcast the Sunshine of our heart but still As trouble round us Rose each closer fonder Clung to each by Emp with of loves repose enduring All that grief would teach. We d much of Joy though Small our sphere and craved no More extended Fame. For children made our dwelling dear a twas wonderful How fast they Maxae a quot the More the merrier a we said. And in them every wish was Bleet a part in our embrace have stayed a Mound at Woodlawn tells the rest. Those Twenty years have left their Trace upon her wow then smooth and fair and stolen seme say the witching Grace that once her features used to Wear but still i see the same kind eyes. Beam on me with a Light As True As when in loves Young Paradise i first their inspiration knew. And in Well Well Well let that pass none More than i times changes see Bach Day i shave myself alas my Mirror does not flatter me but if in a changed for worst or Best i cannot answer on my life. And leave the solving of this Teet to such As choose to ask my wife. This lesson we have fully Learned. Pure happiness that men have deemed is but a Hope soon overturned a vision but in fancy dreamed that All of happiness below pursuing which the life is spent inn singled scenes of Bliss and woe is measured by the word Content. Though Fortune May withhold its smile As it has done in time before Content shall still our Way beguile and rest the future landscape Over. The future who its tale my Tell a but for it we vent doubts nor fears and like our life that a past so Well Well try another Twenty years. V octogenarian. Wants a club. As i have decided to make my Home in Columbus it is my desire to see a local club formed in our capital City. I will lend my Earnest efforts to help establish a local club wre will you please Send me amp list of Coton Tenbus e. �?Ts? mrs. A. B. Easier lives Here. We have talked about forming a club in Columbus. We think we have splendid material for a local club in Columbus. Fraternally fours w. M. Lapham. Address 252 South front Street Columbus Ohio. Currant Catsup. Ten pounds of currants mashed and a trained through a cloth. Add one quart of vinegar five pounds of granulated sugar three tablespoonfuls of cinnamon two of allspice and one each of cloves and Salt and one half teaspoonful of red Pepper. Boll slowly one hour and put it up in Small bottles. The enquirer household club congregated on the veranda leading to the main Entrance of the hotel Victory watching the Steamer blowing the Waters of the Lake while above them in huge letters is the word a enquirer a constructed of incandescent lights and of such enormous size that when illuminated at night would be plainly read 10 Miles on the tossing Waters making a most Beautiful blazing Beacon Light and proving the Potency of the enquirer to properly guide both on land and water. The photograph was taken by e. B. Core of Cincinnati and a number of duplicates have been purchased by the members of the Jolly Outing party As souvenirs. Ling Waters of the Lake. And a word in die Bass Island where they were met by your ear done task her to narrate on this George High a leading fruit grower who subject of seasickness unless your life is in took then to his elegant Home where a sure. R ?. J most appetizing country dinner was served no one More thoroughly enjoyed the pleas me or a ures of the reunion than did the misses sta3 with her Many Days. After dinner a Grace and Gertrude Swoveland who were or Jan a. A we to taking their first National Outing with the ?.rive8 a a Nta of a he club i upon their return to hotel Victory their a j graphic account of the pleasures of the miss Rena Knote the new state Secretary Day made us regret that we too had not for Indiana Wae enjoying her first trip with the club. She was touring in the Eastern resorts but Cut her trip Short in order to get Home in time for the fut in Bay trip. Prof. Clifford made himself quite a favorite among the ladies of the club by his courteous and impart a treatment As he exerted himself to show them All As Nice a time As possible. Our Loyal and enthusiastic members the been there. R quot major j. T. Litehiser proved himself quite a help As e. Baggage Man. He left the party at Hamilton on the 20th, business engagements preventing his spending the week with the club. It is currently reported upon the Island that Captain Hitchcock seriously contemplates giving up Stea Hoating to devote his b. R i j time to the study of Hoyle he being seen Mieses Regina and Rebecca Lull amp a and a a notice. The communications a tenant wanted a a miser and his Money and a essene of Corinth a will be found on Page amp Bessie Kihlken of Danbury Ohio came up to put in Bay on saturday and spent sunday with the club. It seemed Vei a Good to see their familiar faces among us once More. Mibb Jennie Rife had the pleasure of entertaining her Friend f. Day Ferneau m. D., of Toledo Otto on sunday of our stay on the Island her Many friends were pleased to meet the doctor and extend a fraternal greeting. Mrs. West of Cincinnati it chaperoned a charming party of Young ladles among whom were misses Catherine and Hilda Small who were delighted Tith the Outing. Bertram hitch a Young attorney of Clermont county Ohio was a general favorite and did much to keep the social pleasures going. Mies Lillian Hanger of Greenbush Ohio and part made the most of every hour and declare themselves ready to Book their names for a trip next year. Rumor hath it that a Young lady of our party performed the wonderful feat of swimming the first time she Ever attempted it and that too without any exertion upon her part but then she had taken instructions of a Fred a of the household club so that explains the whole thing. Or. M. Lane an influential citizen of one of Cincinnati a Beautiful suburbs and president of a Large corporation with his wife and Eon master Frank thoroughly enjoyed the reunion and although their first reunion it will not be their last. Among the throng of Happy householders mesdames Charles b. Bishop and John Mackle hold a prominent place for their efforts in making each and every one with whom they came in Contact have a pleasant time. _ or. Eckhart the Well known dry goods merchant of Cincinnati with his wife and daughter regard e. Reunions As most pleasant affairs. Or. Jabez Winship of Rushville ind., was voted one of the jollies gentlemen of the party. He claims to be the larger half of the Winship family but we venture to asset that mrs. W. Manages him by allowing him to think he is having his own Way. A. Or. Fitzpatrick of Connersville ind., who will be remembered As taking the trip to Salt Lake City with us enjoyed the trip to put in Bay in company with his daughter a Dainty utile lady who made a pleasant time for Many others As Wei As herself. I a or. Fred Knoster of the enquirer of Fly be who was our e. Baggage Man received a vote of thanks from the excursion lists for the pleasant and gentlemanly with a stack of Blue and White chips taking great interest in learning their use. The thanks of the reunion lists Are tendered or. A. J. Thuss of Nashville tenn., for his kindness in loaning the camera with which it was possible to get the quot excellent group picture of the club at hotel Victory. It was a highly appreciated Courtesy. Miss Josie Caldwell.,of new Holland 111., was pleased to meet an old Friend and former neighbor or. W. F. Core of Cincinnati As one of the leading lights at the photographers convention which met at hotel Victory during our stay there. A brother e. B. Core of new York City was also there. A a we were much pleased to see our companions of other trips or. And mrs. John Whitney of Covington ky., among the Jolly party of re unionists. V in discussing table delicacies in the dining room of hotel Victory one Day certain preferences were stated. One considered most unique was that of a smear cases pie. This a being such a Novelty the recipe was asked for. Any one wishing information on the subject should address or Harry fell of Jamestown. N. Y. Miss Rife of Circleville and miss Barry of Middletown do not believe in putting off for to Morrow what can be done to Day. They began Early in the morning to make Calls. For further particulars address either of them. Enclose stamp for reply. A Jolly party at dinner each Day were or. And mrs. George Sloneker and miss Rife of Circleville miss Barry of Middletown and mrs. Brown and miss Brown of it. Sterling. The National historian miss Florence a. Newman was quite ill one Day during the reunion but surprised her friends by being out Bright and smiling As Ever the next Day. Misses Martha Mattay and Mamie Burns of Dayton Ohio were delighted with their first Outing with the e. Club and will be with us again. A fourth floor lady was compelled to a take for granted the usual affectionate and fond evenings Farewell owing to the highly illuminated hallways. Possibly Only postponed. A test of vanity served As a a proof of the pudding in a Large convex Mirror in the lobby of hotel Victory. A a swell party of put in Bay reunion lists last week entertained quite a feature in having some fish of their own catching and cooked to their Queens taste. Arose at 4 a. A and in their boat enjoyed a ride of expectancy to the deep water where Hook and line were sent on their Mission but a churchyard Laid a for All seven attended formed to visit the Beach &c., and All so 1, Ohio. I the reunion the most remarkable instance in the history of the club. The entire family of Brothers and Sisters were in attendance. Their father and Mother have passed away and a resident of their town remarked that for the first time in 00 years Goshen was without a Holm be. May they often be with the e. Is the wish of hosts of friends. Olin w. Kennedy editor of the morning Star of muscle ind., with his wife spent part of the we a at hotel Victory with her sister mrs. Laura Monger. James Davis of Crisp ky., and Edward Shoemaker of Cincinnati were chums during the reunion and say they had heaps of fun. A / we ask the enquirer club to make its Best Bow to our new honorary member of the e. C., hon. A. W. Edwards editor of the Dally forum Fargo n. Or. Edwards who was formerly a resident of Ohio was on his Way to the g. A. R. Encampment at Chicago and stopped a few Days at put in Bay and was delighted to meet his Friend colonel Slater there. Or. Harry Meyer of Cincinnati who will be remembered As being with the club to Nashville in 1897, was with us and was greatly pleased with the perfect management of the trip. Quot mesdames w. E. Bender and Benton Urra Ston accompanied by missed it Elisabeth Bender and Lilly d. Millikin All of Hamilton Ohio were a Jolly party that expressed themselves As delighted with All things connected with e. Outings. Miss Mabel Huling was a very Happy Little lady and enjoyed each hour of the stay at the Island. A there was serious talk of the Captain of the Leroy Brooks presenting a Bill for a damaged Anchor. Perhaps or. Cain could explain the nature of the damage. It Wae confidentially reported on the Island that no blend was equal to Pennsylvania Rye and Kentucky Bourbon. Or. Belden of Hamilton Ohio we reported As a rather bashful gentleman in ladies society but it is All a mistake. He was equal to emergencies upon All occasions. John Vollmer of Springfield who has never missed a reunion but one was with us and expressed himself As delighted with the reunion. Mrs. J. Monger of Pekin greatly enjoyed the pleasures at the. Each. She had the Honor of adding a new member to our e. Circle mrs c. Schopp of st. Louis mo., who with her family was spending several weeks at put in Bay. Mrs. Schopp will be with the enquirer party next year. Miss Pearl Blanchard a Lovely Young lady of put in Bay Ohio did much to add to the pleasure of the e. Members during their stay at the hotel Victory. Mrs. A. L. Roby and daughter miss Nellie who has just finished her school use at Cedar Grove were More than pleased with the reunion and will attend All e. Outings hereafter. A certain gentleman remarked that thie party Cost amp Laed More Beautiful Young ladles than any aggregation with which he had Ever met. Or. J. J. Werney of Batavia Ohio was with us the same Jolly member As of Yore a heart whole and care free a so he says. Misses Hattie and Luella Smith of Amaua Ohio who have been members Ever since the dub was organised thoroughly quietly and in such perfect Harmony that the thanks of the club Are due them i. M. Miller met the club at Toledo and received a warm Welcome from Many friends. He was thoroughly pleased with the reunion As can be imagined when after a careful count there was declared to be one More maid than Bachelor in the party see misses Adah fudge and Edith Eby of the Preble county Ohio dub say that the week at fut in Bay was an Ideal one and tender thanks to the enquirer for the pleasure derived from this reunion every detail of which was perfect. Mrs. Or. B. L. Gleaser and son Edward helped to spake a very pleasant time for a with whom they were associated and say that e. Reunions Are great. Or. Harry Otto of the enquirer with Hie wife and son George were very pleasant addition to our party and made Many friends by their genial manner. Mrs. Herman n. Cotter a Jolly Little lady from Cincinnati enjoyed every hour of the reunion As did her sons Robert and George. Much comment was made upon the very handsome e. Badges worn by the reunion lists. And much scheming was done to obtain Possession of them by outsiders who admired them. They Are the prettiest As Well As the most costly Ever provided for the reunion lists. Now e. Friends my official work is a ended and done a and i want to thank each and every member of the club for the Friendship and loyalty they have shown me during the past four years and in turning Over the Secretary ship to our dear e. sister miss India Thompson i can ask for her no better help in her work than that the same Friendship and loyalty with added measure May be Given her. The welfare of the club a Hall always be dear to me and i shall never lose my interest in All that concerns the Best interests of the e. wishing Ope and All every happiness and Good Fortune that can come to them and hoping to retain your remembrance and Friendship i will say Adieu. A a Mother Litehiser. A committee of Well known persons whose names will be a guarantee of fair dealing will be appointed to make the award of the Cash prizes offered in our guess problem. This committee will in no instance tolerate any crooked work or favors in making the awards. Our guess Register is Cleau and Clear so that the work will not be retarded. The names of the com Mittee will soon be published. Greeting. Niantic iii., August 20, 1900. To the e. C., greeting 111 health compelled me to take a six weeks vacation earlier in the summer than contemplated so having sufficiently recovered to resume my work Here i cannot be with you in your annual reunion this year but through your most worthy Secretary mrs. Litehiser i a and Best wishes and say a hello a to All. Sinister. Put in Bat Island August 27, 1900. Hon. John r. Mclean Cincinnati Ohio dear sir we the undersigned members of the enquirer household club who have enjoyed the eleventh annual reunion and Outing at put in Bay desire to express of pre Catlon and grateful thanks for the Many courteous favors and privileges extended by the weekly enquirer and for the perfect management of the trip and the uninterrupted pleasures of this most enjoyable Outing. Yours fraternally George o. Sloneker Circleville Ohio. Addle b. Sloneker Circleville Ohio. Jen. Wagner Rife Clr Clevlie Ohio. Minnie Barry Middletown Ohio. Rena Knote Marion ind. Etta Spiegel Newport by. Josephine Caldwell new Holland. He r. J. Riner Advance ind. Clarence Wilson Advance ind. M. W. Sutton Cincinnati Ohio. Mrs. M. W. Sutton Cincinnati Ohia Mayoe Brown it. Sterling Ohio. Or. O. G. Henske Cincinnati Ohley w. Carpenter Cincinnati Ohio. V. V. Holster Greenville Ohio. E. Martin Cincinnati Ohio. Bertram l. Hitch Cincinnati Ohl c. F. Meyer Cincinnati Ohio. Mrs. M. T. Brown it. Sterling Ohio. Lenora Norris Rushville. Ind. Florence a. Newman Milton ind. Mrs. Shreve Cincinnati Ohio. Shreve Cincinnati Ohio. Amanda Rosson Cincinnati Ohio mrs. J. T. Black Plain City Ohio. Miss Jennie Black Plain City. Ohio. Howard c. Black Plain City Ohie. I. Rush More Cincinnati Ohio Laura c. A amp Ronan Atlanta ind. Harriet a. Smith Amelia Ohio. Capitola Guffin Rushville ind. Vinna Wright Richmond ind. J. Monger. Pekin Ohio. Mrs. Laura Monger Pekin Ohio. Etta Westenfelder Springfield Ohio. T. B. Gilbert raw son Ohio. Joseph Bettinger Cincinnati Ohio. I. M. Miller Upland ind. Leonard l. Howard Ghent by. Ella Stucy Ghent by. Marion m. Allen Newport. By. Sarah a. Allen Newport by. Gertrude Swoveland h Pton 1 and. Grace Swoveland Tipton ind. Enoch Pierson. P. Fitzpatrick Hartwell Ohio. Charles h. Barry Covington by. John Whitney Covington by. Walter renter Cincinnati Ohio. Margaret Hinchman Glenwood marshal Hinchman Glen Wood. A win. Jones. Cincinnati. Ohio. E. J. Bender Hamilton. Kasimer Bowlin Tipton ind. A Arah s. Gerard Cincinnati. Mies Lillie. Rueve and miss Ciara Rueve Cincinnati Ohio. Miss Eva Ritter Cincinnati Ohio. T. L. Rust jr., Cincinnati Ohio. A mrs. Chas. Allen Covington by. 1 j t. Clifford Connersville ind. Miss Clara Mclain Summit vice ind. Miss Lizzie Musselman Keefer. Miss Josie Fry Covington by. Miss Raelle Graesch Cincinnati. Ohio. Mies Flora Hartke Cincinnati Ohio. Miss Frankie Fritch Newport by. Miss Agnes Hanley. Maysville by. William f. Raver Cincinnati Ohio. Vadna Goodhue mrs. John Mackle mrs. A. Wintermeyer Covington by. 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Roby t. A i Luella Smith. Amelia. Ohio a Ionn j. Rhea i y f a bit. I g Rober b. Urmston John Vollmer j. F. Or. F. N. A. It Jet of i read the but i fail to find any so i will say a few words. I will not be the Only one but of the older writers will As i am a total abstained it shudder at the thought of How Many i Are destroying both their when they could just As cultivated. All the Marks of upon his character and s to never touched the lived to do to fellow men. I heard the question Day school not Long ago that Temperance ration a but i would to use alcohol at All As a Young Man May a drink this time one anybody and i do other if i do not but that Young and the results Are he finally fools grave and a drunkard s Heil read the Bible upon thie subject. Or say quot a social drink now and then Hurt any one a but my readers beware the a social they Are the worst kind. Who has not seen the fiery face of the Toper As he stagger a town the Street or the drunkard to the stage of delirium Kremens when he sees visionary serpents the very Snake that beguiled eve Twining about Hie mortal Frame and he begs for some one to a take them away a and yet to Many prefer this Mode of life to one of health and sober Ness. Whisky robs a Man of his Money health character and soul so z would advise my e. And other readers not to a look upon the wine when it is red for at the last it bit eth like a Serpent end st Ngeth like an let us have the opinion of others upon this subject j it Embi Jud. Washington c. H., Fajo. A other pleasures. While the e. �?Te Are having a delightful time and wishing a the Reeth were with them let me Tell you that some of the a a faraway members Are enjoying other pleasures. For instance our Friend lox and estimable utile wife Are touring the of unitary looking up scattered Wisconsin and Illinois e. A s and friends. That is certainly a very Fine thing for to sort of brings us All closer together in spirit for advantages and benefits offered us through the Page and at the of Tinga it is Only through the Hearty interest we take in these that our club is i1 no doubt you will read a letter from our Omaha friends descriptive of their trip. I had a very pleasant morning Call from them and was indeed sorry they were obliged to leave me to soon. Thanks to you Adella for the kind greeting you sent. You realised i have forgiven you Long ago. What for Weill think. What do you think of the continued stories on the seventh Page with due respect to All writers of same i think for one we had better change a utile. Some time ago some of the continued articles were very Good and no doubt read with a great Deal of interest perhaps because they were to True to life and contained a moral. Let us not run a Good thing into the ground

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