June 6, 1907

S. H. Easterday Loses Two-Seated Car
While Visiting Friends.

While S. H. Easterday, a machinist for the Ford Motor Company, 321 East Eleventh street, was visiting friends at 3404 Flora avenue last night, his automobile was stolen from in front of the house. He had been in the house about twenty-five minutes prior to 9:45 o'clock, when he discovered the theft. Emerging from the house, he saw tow men riding away in the machine. The car was a two-seated black, six-cylinder Ford, and bor license tag No. 1315. The police were notified.