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THE NEWS-HERALD. HILLSBORO, THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1906.
MRS. DR. W. C. HALL
GEO. W. BARRERB, JR. SanSgc
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
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filtered at Postofllcc Illllsboro, Ohio
as second class matter.
Well It will be "Una pink," now, wc
The Mllford bank, of which Gover
nor Paulson is president, Is to have
a new $20,000 building.
Whatever the courts may decide as
to the rate law, it Is a privilege and
duty to flfiht for rate regulation ana
all forms oi trust regulation till they
Custom among the Navajo. Indians
provides that a man shall looK at nis
mother-in-law. At first glance that
tnntsa litre .- fnnlUh sunerstltlon but
married men may look at It in that
Down at Peace Valley, Tcnn., a few
davs atro a man killed his brother-in-
law In a famllv row. You can't most
always pretty generally sometimes
tell what kind of people live In a town
by Its name.
Accounts of Princess Cna securing
that pardon just as the condemned
man was being led forth to his execu
tion Indicates that the royal Spanish
show has a swell stage manager or a
gem of a press agent.
If the recurrence of Memorial Day
hasn't caused us to realize that time
llles we have but to recall the fact
that It was a year ago Sunday since
the Jap Admiral Whatzl?namc mop
ped up the sea with the Russian Ad
The word obey Is omitted from the
form of marriage service in the new
Prcsbvterlan book of worship. The
compilers evidently sought to bring
the service into closer coniormity
with the actual conditions of married
The Elks' Lodcc. at Dobart, I. T,,
has two members who should attract
attention at the Grand Lodge meet
ing In, Denver next July, which they
will attend. Robert L.Schurnian Is
three feet eight Inches tall and
wek'hB 112 pounds, while his compan
ion, Robert Haydon, Is six feet seven
Inches tall and weighs U. pounus, less
than two pounds to the Inch.
After the Nick and Alice alTalr wc
had hoped for the best. But just as
we begin to breathe easy we began to
be stuffed with rot about Alf and Ena
And as we're not quite so well
aqcualntcd with them as we
were with Nick and Alice the rubbish
printed about them Is even less wel
come. Tboac fool city dallies think
they have to do It.
By order of the Post-offlce Depart
ment a systematic Inspection of all
rural routes In Ohio Is now being
made. A sufficient force will be cm
ployed to speedily finish the work and
report on the emciency oi me aci-vibc
as 4o whether patrons arc using regu
lation boxes and whether a conforma
tion to the rules Is practiced by the
May 29, 1000.
Rev. Scant returned Saturday from
a visit to his old home atj Spring
The Ladles Aid Society of the
"M. E church will hold an Icecream
and strawberry festival Saturday
evening June 0, for the benefit of the
A Memorial Bermon will be preached
here Sunday, June II, at 11 o'clock, by
Rev. Scarff. Comrades are Invited to
come and take part
Allss Mary Vaughn Is visiting fief
sister, Mrs. James McQultty, or
A. N. Bunn, who has been confined
to his room with rheumatism, Is slow
Misses Mary Shrlver and Ruth
Bunn spent Sunday tke guests of Geo.
and Henry Henderson.
Program for the S. S. Convention
to be held at Miller's Chapel Sunday,
June 10, at 2 p.m.
8:ripture Lesson, a chapter of Isaiah
Miss Louie Uatcber
Invocation J.V Banders
Minutes of last meeting Secretary
Uecltatlon Nellie l'almer
Taper Christ as our Example. Mary Vaughn
Paper, What Influence has the environ
ment of the Tlclnlty on Its Sabbath
School J Prea. p. H. Uedkey
Uecltatlon.,., Tlton Larrick
Ilecltatlpn Sadora llatcber
Round Table Miss Hala Miner
Opponents of high license as a
t uuieuy for the drink evil should make
a note of the fact that In Chicago the
1000 tax put 700 saloons out of busl
ness, though the tax was only raised
Dicky We've a little new baby up
at our house. Why don't your mamma
get oe ?
Mabclr-Oh, ike can't-the jiuttor
watches both doors. Boston Trans-
Dlos at CofToyvlllo, Kan.; Former
Once again the city of Coticyvlllc
Is compelled to suiter an lrrepalrable
loss In the departure of one who dur
ing her entire life bore the stamp of
not only an Irreproachable character,
but one whose acquaintance and
friendship were sought and thorough
ly appreciated by everyone.
The loss of Mrs. Dr. W. C. Hall
whose death occurred at 11:00 o'clock
last nlnht. is the cause of universal
regret throughout the city, the de
ceased haying been a friend to all and
a lady whose charming and attractive
characteristics won for her the true
friendship of all with whom she 1Tb
Mrs. W. C. Hall was born In Sink
ing Spring, O., September 10, 1801,
and was a daughter of the Rev. and
Mrs. Addison HItc, the former being
a staunch aud popular Methodist min
ister, whose popularity extended
throughout the entire state.
From early childhood she became
identified with the Methodist church,
and throughout her entire life she was
not only a conscientious church mem
ber, but a zealous worker and was
always a valuable assistance to her
On June IB, 1837, her marriage to
DrHall occurred at Sinking Spring,
and on July 0, of the same year the
happy couple came to this city to
make their luture home.
To the happy union was born a
daughter, Miss Vera, and a son, VV.
Carlton, who, with the gricf-strlckcn
husband, suiter in silence the loss of
their best friend and companion.
During her residence In tls city
Mrs. Hall held every office In the
Eastern Star; was at one time
Identified with the Royal Neighbors,
and for several years the rich tones
of her voice, as a member of the choir,
delighted the attendants of the Meth
The direct cause of Mrs. Hall's
death was attilbutcd to an attack of
Inflammatory rheumatism which she
suffered when but 18 years of age
Though symptoms of heart trouble be
came prominent ten years ago, no
serious attacks were suffered until In
the summer of 10C1.
The uncomplaining and resigning
patient accepted her misfortune with
out even a word to her moat Intimate
associates, and up until six weeks ago
her actual condition was not surmised.
Two weeks later she was moved In
to her elegant new home at -iOl West
Ninth street, and since then has been
gradually sinking, death coming as a
welcome relief to her excruciating
The funeral arrangements have not
been completed, but In all probability
will be held Sunday afternoon, and
Inlnrmnnf urlll hf In F.llrvlcW CCD1C-
tery. Colteyvlllc, (Kan.,) Dally Rc-1
cord, April 0, 1000.
May 28, 1000.
Farmers have had to replant much
of the first planted corn.
Mrs. James Berryman, of Hlllsboro,
accomnanled Mrs. Joseph Stronger
home Thursday and spent a few days
with old friends here.
Mrs. Rev. D, C. Washburn returned
Thursday to her home at Red Llue,
after spending three weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. Birch Frazler.
Mrs. Lon Umphlct spent a few days
the past week with tne nomc ioiks in
Mrs. Mary Brown and Miss Lulu
Williamson, returned the past week,
after visiting In Springfield two
At 2 p. m. Thursday the people will
meet at the M. E. church and tne
children and soldiers will march to
the cemetery where, the graves of
soldiers will be decorated.
Miss Anna Hoghland, of Latham,
was a guest of Miss LeVera MUburn
rtpv. Smith. Misses Anna Cooper,
KfavT-nnnahlll. Lela and Alta Easter,
Charles, Nannie and Mabel McMcekin,
Cora Garrett and Mrs. Homer uarreti
attended the County Sunday School
Convention at Samantba lastTuesda"
and report a delightful time. The
next yearly convention will be heiu
Loua Smarts are rejoicing over a
One new girl baby while Wylle
Karnelthys rejoice over a fine big
Cliff Calvert an sister, MIbs Mag
gie, dined Sunday with their uncle,
Jacob Weaver, at Louden.
Miss Grace Hughes, of Louden, call
ed on Miss Mabel Kelly on Thursday.
Mrs. M. J. Cummlngs, of Turkey,
dined Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.
A. W. MUburn.
On Thursday at 2:30 p. m. the L. A.
S. will meet at the home of Mrs. Lon
Any one having Items deslroua for
publication will please call 'phone
No. 3 Y.
T7iv- flmllh and wife. Mines MaV
Calvert, Maggie Swanger, May tan
nahlll, Mabel McMeekln, Mabel Kelly
and, Eck Easter, Roy Gustln and Cbas.
McMeekln were -entertained at tne
t ft f u .. .1 tla ft Mnt lAa IAI
home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weaver
with music and ice cream and cake
last Thursday, In honor of their
daughter, Mrs. Grace Vanzint, who
shortly leaves for Chicago.
"Such a nice young man took me to
dinner last night such a well-mannered
uia,n. D'you know, when tbt
coffee come and 'e'd poured if In '(
saucer, Instead of blowing on It like a
common person, 'e fanned tt with 'it
There Must Be Reason
Why the Bee Hive is fretting the leading
trade in Hillsboro. Every day 'brings a
string of new customers.
The best people in Hillsboro aud vicinity
now do their trading at The Bee Hive. Why?
There surely must be a reason for it.
If you once acquire the habit of going to
The Bee Hive the reason will be very plain
to you. -
For wc not only handle the best goods the
market affords, but sell them at so much
less than other stores that it would stagger
you if you would do a little figuring to see
how much you would save in one or six
months time. You will also find it the
cleanest and brightest store in Hillsboro.
The reason wc can sell cheaper is we buy
for cash and strictly for cash.
We pay you the best market prices for
your marketing. We buy anything you have
to sell in the produce line.
All goods delivered in the city. Goods not
paid for when ordered will be seui-C. O. D.
Begin trading at The Bee Hive and see if
you don't wish you had commenced sooner.
SPECIAL FOR NEXT SATURDAY, JUNE 2d,
A fine grade of Coffee as good as others sell
at 17c, for Saturday only at 12 Jc a pound"
A few price at random from our stock,
Lenox and Jaxeon Soap 8 bars for -5c
Arm and Hammer Soda , 4c
Dunham's Cocoanut 8 1-Jle
Good Mustard and Oil Sardines. '. 4c
Yeast Foam 4c
Baker's Chocolate, cake 4 and 8c
Fine Sugar Corn, c:n 5c
Best Bread Made, per loaf :5c
Best Granulated Sugar 5c
White C Sugar, 21 lbs for $1.00
Extract of Vanilla, per bottle Oc
Ball Blueing, box 4c
Good Steel Specks, per pair 10 and 15c
Royal Alloy Gold Specks, per pair 40c
Gold Plated Collar Buttons, the kind that sell atCc
each everywhere, our price, per dozen ...10c
Stem Wind and Stem Set Nickel Watch 05c
Best Alarm Clock made, SI. 60 value 05c
White Metal Tea Spoons, pel- set 7c
Good Clothes Brush 10c
Carter's Black Ink 4c
Pure Mucilage 4c
Good Ink or Pencil Tablets i 4c
Best Envelopes, 25 for , 4c
Good Tooth Brushes 5c
Ampts Shoe Polish 4c
Dressing for white shoes, bottle - Oc
Sunrise Shoe Polish, 10c size 5o
Large Granite Wash Pans 10c
Granite Kettle 10c
Granite Stew Pans 10c
10-qt Heavy Tin Buckets ,. 10c
Brass Curtain Pole Brackets, pair..... Oc
Brass Extension Rods, each... Sc
Wardrobe Hooks, four for 0c
Bronzed Lamp Brackets lOo
2-qt Granite Covered Bucket 15c
Pure and fresh Candles constantly on hand, per
lb 7 to 25c
Regardless of our low prices we are giving
awa) absolutely FREE to our customers a
beautiful line of Decorated Chinaware, dec
orated in gold and floral designs. Coupons
given with purchase of 10c or over.
Get a set of Dishes FREE, besides saving
on everything you buy at
THE BEE HIVE,
B. H. WOLFF, Prop.
Look for the red front, opposite the Sol
diers' Monument, Hillsboro, O.
We are showing an extremely
good line of Mioesr-all the new
shapes the kind that wear and look
We are not going to. sound the
praise of some particular Shoe and
will not attempt to tell you of all
the kinds and prices space will not
permit. Come in and see us and
you will not' be disappointed in
quality or price.
I MOORE &HUL1TT,
I The Exclusive Shoe Dealers,
m Tui-t Ditra Wjat nf Par mot anI TralAwai fla!
I June iale
Never before have I shown such an attrac- S
tive line of WASH MATERIALS 'as I am now I
showing. You will be dissatisfied if you make i
your purchase before you give this line an in- 1
spection. A pretty assortment of Wash Mater-
ials for 5 and 8 l-3c. v
BEAUTIFUL SHEER FABRICS for 10, 12 1
1-2 and 15c. These look like 25c materials. I
Our 25c Organdies are really worth 35c.
Come in and see them and judge for yourself. 1
LACES, EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONSThe 1
biggest assortment in town from which to select. 1
Newshipmentsof these justput on sale this week
RIBBONS, BOWS and SASHES made free. I
Get your share of the LACES that will be 1
put on sale Friday, June 1st, at 3, 5 and 10c. 1
These are rare bargains. You know what a Lace
Sale means at the NEW STORE. I
MUSLIN UNDER WEAR-Styles and quail-
ties more attractive and prices more tempting I
Come to Our June Sale.
Tempting goods and prices each day during
s the month.
C. M. KERNS.
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Shoe Sale Continued.
The special Shoe Sale of W. E. Smith &
Co. has been such a success that we de
sire to continue the sale through the pres
ent week, including Saturday. We have
quite a lot of the advertised goods on
hand which we will dispose of at adver
CALL AND EXAMINE THEM.
W. E. Smith & Co.,
North High Street, Opp. Court House.
Tke AlkeH tax has put 113 Clncln
atl mImh out of cossmlsslon.
Special attention fflveq tooleanjne
ind repairing. Phil TKibmm.
May 28, 1006.
George Pug hand wlte and daughter
spent Sunday with Mri. E. Yowell at
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boelzner and
children, of Newport, Ky., visited
Win. Boelzner and family and Miss
Sopba Boelzner here the first of the
Misses Hazel and Edith Bryant, of
Uoaglands, were the guests of Stella
and Grace Warrick Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Olbler was stung on the
foot by bumble bee early Saturday
morning while attempting to remove
It from her room, and so rapidly did
the poison spread that for a time her
life was in danger.
Mr, and Mrs. Charles Trop and Miss
Rosa Trop, of Hoaglauds, attended
church and were the guests of friends
Rev. S. O. Pearce preached an In
tractive sermon here Sunday morn-
tag and at night delivered the Memo
rial address at Lvnchbunr. Hlsnext
appointment will be June 10;
Miss Jessie Hart, of this place, and
Earl Stroup,. of Dodsouvllle, were
married Wednesday evening. They
have the good wishes of many friends,.
The Jr. O, U; A. M. heldthelr Memo
rial services here Sunday afternoon,
and were addressed by Rev. J. R.
Howard, of Hillsboro, who made an
excellent and forcible address to a
large audience. Three cars were re
quired to carry the Hillsboro people,
who were in attemdance.
To Mothora In This Town.
Children who are delicate, feverish
and croas will get immediate relief
from Mother Gray's Sweet Powders
for Children, They cleanse the stom
ach, act on the liver, making a sickly
child strong and healthy, ,A certain
cure for worms, Sold by all drug,
gists, SS5c. Sample Frws. Address,
Allen 8. Olmsted, Letter, .N V.
New Homei in the Weit.
Over a million acres of land will be
thrown open to settlement on the Sho
shone Indian Reservation August 16,
1006. These lands are reached by the
dlreot route of the Chicago Sc North
Western R'y from Chicago, St. Paul,.
Minneapolis, Omaha and other points
In the Mississippi Valley. Send 2c In
stamps for pamphlets, maps and full
particulars to W. B. Knlskcrn, P.T.
i, u,n,yy. ivy uo,, Chicago.
Pennlbs Scrlbbleton tells im i,o i.
making a specialty of smart "child
saying" jo.Kes now.
Inkcrton Yes. noor fullnw I rri.
in his second childhood r,hrn
Have you weakness of any kind
stomach, back, pr any organs of the
body ? Don't do(fe yourself with ordl
nary medicine. Holllstcr's Rocky
Mountain Tea la the suDrim ....
eewe r. cents, Tea or Tablets.
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