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THE NEWS-HERALD, HflLLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, i0&
Oct. 10, '08.
MUs Edna Woodmanscc, of Colum
bus, has been the guest of her parents
and other relatives here the past few
days. She will go this week to Arizo
na where she expects to spend the
Newton Oxley andf amlly, of Green
field, were guests of James Grlce and
family over Sunday.
Mrs. H. H. Mlngucs and son, Russell,
of Columbus, spent last week with her
olstcr, Mrs. J. R. Sprague.
Mrs. Frank Johnson and mother,
Mrs. E. L. Knox, made a shopping
trip to Hlllsboro Wednesday.
Mrs. L. C. Horsman bought the
property belonging to Chas. Johnson
on Main street last week and will get
possession In a few weeks.
John Parker, of Sablna, has pur
chased the property a short distance
west of Highland on the Vienna pike
belonging to George Martin
Mrs. Chas. Purcell and little daugh,
tcr, Ruth, of Springfield, were guests
of Jas- McQuay and wife last week.
Miss Ella Adams, who Is attending
school at Oxford, came home Satur
day evening and remained until Tues
Miss Louise Head, of Wilmington
College, spent Saturday and Sunday
with the home folks.
James McQuay and wife and their
guest, Mrs. Purcell, BpcntSunday with
Dr. J. R.Hull and wife, at Lcesburg
Mrs. Gussle Edwards went to Indi
anapolis Saturday to meet her son,
Harry, and look for a houBe where
they may make a home for the win
Glenn Evans ?nd wife were visiting
the latter's parents in Wilmington
Fred Duff and wife and little daugh
ter, Vivian, were guests of his broth
er, Harry and family, on Sunday.
Wm. Brown and sister, Carrie, of
Idaho. Wm. Morrison, wife and
daughter, Miss Elva, were guests of
W. T. Harvey and wife Monday.
F. M. Horsman and daughter, Miss
Alice, attended the funeral of Wm.
Aldcrson in New Vienna Monday.
John Rolllneon has resigned the
office of Marshall and Campllghtcr
and George Luker has been appointed
in his place.
John Giblcr has rented and moved
Into hc property on west Main street
belonging to Mrs. D A.Terrell. Wm
Kerns, the barber, will move Into the
property vacated by blm and belong
ing to P. F. Ladd on Railroad street.
John Fettro and family moved last
week from George Hoskln's farm on
the Vienna pike to the property of
H. H. Mlngus south of town.
Mssscs Hazel and Gladys Burton, of
New Vienna, were guests of W. R.
Ballard and family over Sunday.
Prof. C. W. Johnson and wife were,
visiting relatives In Wilmington on
R. H. Terrell attended the mar
riage of his nephew, Herbert Bonnie
to Mies Norma S. Chamberlain In
LouUvllle, Ky., Thursday evening,
C. E. FInley. of Jolliet, 111., after
spending a few days with W. B.
Levezcy and family in New Vienna,
was calling on old friends here Mon
day afternoon and will spend the re
mainder of the week at the home of
his brother-in-law, H. E. Terrell.
O. A. Terrell attended the funeral
of Mrs. Belle Hussey In New Vienna
E. M. and Chas. Johnson have pur
chased the hardware store of R. H.
Terrell and will begin Invoicing the
H.T. Stuckey waB called to Good
Hope Saturday to attend the funeral
of blB Bister, Mrs. Mary Bainter.
John Pettle and wife, of Marlon,
Ind., were visiting relatives here last
Mies Francis Green was the guest
of Isla Edwards, at Careytown, over
The Queen Esther Circle will give a
Halloween party In the town ball
Saturday evening Oct. 31. A email
admission at the door will entitle to
refreshments, amusements of various
kinds will be on the program for the
R. H. Terrell, wife and daughter,
Helen, went to Cincinnati on Friday
to meet W. O. Bonnie and wife, of
Louisville, Ky., who accompanied
them home In the evening, having
ms.de the trip from Louisville in their
handsome touting car, remaining un
til Monday morning. D.A. Terrell,
wife and daughter, Miss Imogene, en
joyed the homeward trip with them
as far as Blanchester and Dr. E S
Judkins and Mrs. D. A. Terrell to
We desire to thank our friends and
neighbors for their kindness to us
during the sickness and death of our
dear father and husband,
JaneFaulds and Daughters.
W. A. HOLMES
Oct. 10, '08.
George Browning and daughter,
of Greenfield, spent Sunday here the
guests of William Browning and wife.
Mrs. Rachel Davis is spending this
week at the home of Mrs. James Mc
Supt. S. L. Yochum and family vis
ited the home folks ncarMowrystor
Saturday and Sunday.
Quite a number of our young people
enjoyed a hay ride last Friday night
and attended a box supper at Snake
Corner school house.
O. O. Cooper and family, who have
been living on the farm of Dcmpscy
Beaver, moved to their property in
town last week, where Mr. Cooper ex
pects to open a blacksmith shop.
J. C. Roads, wife and little daugh
ter were guests of friends at New
Vienna over Sunday,
The Ladles Aid Society will meet
at the home of Mrs. Morgan Caudy on
Thursday afternoon of this week.
Emll Epperson, of Washington 0.
H., accompanied by a few friends,
spent Sunday here the gucBt of his
father, C. M. Epperson.
H. S. Forakcr invited his neighbors
to his home last Thursday to assist In
raising his new barn.
Thos. Spargur, wife and daughte
Elizabeth, spent Sunday with rela
tives near Cynthlana.
A birthday dinner was given at the
home of James McNary last Friday
in honor of his wife who had reached
her Bixty-fifth mllc-stone. About
forty guests were present and partook
of the sumptuous dinner that was
spread beneath the trees.
Isaac WIckcrsham, of Nllllsca,
Iowa, was among the guests at the
McNary dinner last Friday. ' Mr.
Wickersham Ib well known to our
older citizens having been raised In
the vicinity of Barrett's Mill.
Rev. A E Huntington has arranged
for an Old People's service at the M.
E. Church on Sunday Nov. 1 at 10:30
a. m. There will be a sermon by the
pastor and special music. Let every
body come and enjoy the service.
Every patron of the Home Tele
phone Company was delighted when
it was announced last week that
Hlllsboro had granted their patrons
free service, with our exchange pro
vided they would adhere to the time
limit of Ave mlnutcB, Additional
time will require a fee but It la seldom
necessary to talk more than the
The first number of the Lecture
Course will be given In the M. E.
church on the night of Oct. 27 by Dr.
Herald on the rubject of "Thought
and Culture." Dr. Herald needs no
Introduction here as he opened the
course here two years ago and Is such
a polished gentleman and pleasant
Bpeakcr that everyone will be delight
ed' to hear him again. Get a season
ticket and be ready to near the entire
Special prices on Umbrellas at
Tenor's In Opera Block.
October 10, 1003.
Stanley Stevens, who is attending
college at Wilmington, spent Satur
day and Sunday with his parents.
Leslie Meredith and wife, of Ccn
trefleld, moved here' last week and
occupied the property of Art Wise.
Will Brock and wife took dinner
with O. H. Stevens and family Sun
day. A large crowd from here attended
the Ralnsboro fair last week.
W. A. Caldwell and Sylvester Smith
left last Friday to attend the Christ
Marian Morris and his two nieces,
Mabel and Morris spent Sunday with
Edward Meredith and wife, of Hllls
boro. Misses Mary E-ans and Hazel
Grove are visiting Mrs. Will Blount,
Mrs. David Snider, of thla place,
spent Sunday with her brother at
October 10, 1008,
Mrs. Josephine McKeehan, of Pee
bles, is the guest of relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos Best and daugh
ter, of Round Hill, Va.., are the guests
of J, F, Belleson and other relatives.
Mrs. Eva Lowe and little daughter,
are vlBltlng friends in West Milton.
Mr. and Mrs. George Cutler, of Jas
per, were calling on relatives here
Chas. Horn, of Star City, Wis., is
the guest of Carl Turley.
Lawrence Kcsler, of Hlllsboro, was
the guest of friends here Sunday.
Mrs, Sara Cobbler spent several
days last week with her daughter,
Mrs. Jas, Kesler, of Hlllsboro,
Mrs. Sara McClure, of Williams
burg, Is the guest of her sister, Mrs,
Mrs Margaret tBeekman, of Pee
bles, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
Mrs. Ad. Klnser and daughter, of
Washington, are guestB of Mr. and
Mrs.L. A. McClure.
Oct. 10, '03.
James Irons and wife, of Slate Hill,
took dinner with Mrs. Mat Rhoads,
Earl Garman and family moved to
Frank Htzcr's, place near Marshall,
Mrs. Etta Thompson and children,
ot uyntntan, spent a tew days last
week with her grandmother, Mrs.
Permclla A. Klssllng.
Charlie Johnson and wife and Mrs.
George West and daughcr, of Beech
Flats, were guests of Mrs. Louise
Perry Wilson and Carlton West
spent Sunday w.th the latter cousin,
Mrs. Mary Countryman spent sever
al days last week with her daughter,
Mrs. Joe Patton, near Dallas, and
attended the Exposition at Hlllsboro.
Mrs. Alice East and little daughter
spent Sudday with Mrs. M attic Roads
Mrs. Lizzie Washburn and two
children, Inez and Arzy, of Dallas,
visited at the homes of J. L. Butler,
O. A. Rhoades, I. W. Stults and J. P.
Havens, the past week.
Cary Little and wife and children
of Cynthlana, called on W. S. Jones
and family Sunday.
Miss Agnes Waddell spent Sunday
with her cousin, John Waddell and
family, near Cynthlana, Sunday.
Mrs. John Washburn and two child
ren, of Dallas, Mrs. Elmer Cameron
and daughter, Nellie, and son, Ray, of
Marshall, Mrs. Jane Stultz and J. L.
Bntlcr and daughter, Nellie, spent
Sunday with J. P. Haven and family,
Llndlcy East and Miss Ethel Roads
were guests of the former's uncle, Joe
West, near Sinking Springs, Saturday
night and Sundav.
C. A. Rhoads and wife were very
pleasantly entertained at the home
of George Davcnson and wife near
Sinking Springs Sunday.
D Bntler and grandson and daugh
ter, Mrs. H. V. Matthews, visited D.
O. Matthews and wife, at Greenfield,
a couple of days last week.
David Shoemaker and wife spent
Sunday with the latter's brother,
John W. Crum, near Turkey.
John Barker, of New Fain, spent
Sunday with Miss Nellie Stults.
If. C. White, wife and two children,
of Sinking Springs, spent Sunday with
their parents, Ed White and wife.
Oct. 10, '08.
It seems the measles scare has sub
sided Miss Mabel Kclley, of Hlllsboro, Is
visiting ncraunt, Mrs. Joe Swanger,'
Miss Cylva Inloe, who has been with
frlcndt, m Dayton the past month, re
turned the past week.
Misa Maggie Calvert returned to
her work at Hlllsboro Monday.
Dr. John Garrett, of Indianapolis,
has been. spending a few days with
the home folks.
M. A. Garrett and family will short
ly move to near Washington O. H., as
they have n6w part of their furniture
moved during the fine weather.
Mrs. Hester Holt, of Ralnsboro, ac
companied by her slater, Mrs. Annie
Lucas, of Marshall, spent last Thurs
day night 7lth their brother, A. W.
Ottls Easter, who was recently mar
ried to Miss Elsie Walker, was given
a general serenade by the town.
Mrs. M. V. Williamson, Mrs. Will
Halgh and Misses Ada and Ethel
Zimmerman, who have been having
measles are able to be out again.
Omas Hosklns will shortly move to
Mrs. Arch Wise and daughter, Miss
Elsie, are spending the week with
friends at Boston.
Mies Vada Vanpclt, who has been
at the Switch board and who has
been rendering such excellent service
is now having full charge In the ab
sence of Mrs. Wise.
J. W. Chamberlain and wife, of
Cincinnati, arc visiting their uncles,
E. S. andT. J.Gustln.
"Do you expect people to bqlicve
everything you tell them ?" asked the
"Certainly," aswered Senator Sor
ghum, "so long as I am careful not to
tell them everything I believe,"
Already electric power generated
by Niagara Falls is distributed 126
miles, and the Canadian government
Is planning to more than double the
Cash Merchandise Co. are
"Special Distributers" of the
Famous French Lick Pills.
Wholesale and retail. If your
dealer does not keep them
write us and they will be sent
prepaid by mall to you 25c per
box, Can send one dozen by
mall to dealers. Write for
wholesale prices to
Gae, Wolfe, Petersburg, and Anna
Reno, Ralnsboro, Ohio.
Robert Dunlap and Lena Shields,
both of Hlllsboro.
Frank Stults, Harwood and Myrtle
Ottls Easter, Belfast, and Elsie
A. Roy Barrett, Le?burg, ahd Mary
Tctcr, New Vienna.
Orvat L. Lemon, Russell, and Anna
B. Drake, Hlllsboro.
Cary B. Kirk, Mansflld, and Clara
B. Hughes, Hlllsboro.
Fcnton Kcsler and MaudE. Kncls-
Frederick Gray, Humboldt, and
BcbsIc Strain, Greenfield.
Edgar F. Caldwell, Greenfield, 'and
Gusta Rldgway, Samantha.
Newton Bennington, Taylorsvllle,
and Stella Davidson, Sugartrcc Ridge.
1 will offer for sale at public auc
tion Saturday, Ootobor 24, 1008,
at 12:30 p. m. on mv farm 2 miles
northwest of Lynchburg property
amounting In part of Short Horn cat
tle, 2 cows, one fresh this month, 2
heifers, 1 bull, 0 Btccrs, 25 Shopahlre
ewes and 0 bucks, 3 Duroc sows, 2g
gilts, 4 boars and a large quantity of
farming implements. Sale la posit
lve. S. S. Puckett, Lynchburg, O.
Roal Estato Transfers.
Edgar Plcrson to Rebecca Plcrson,
Pcnn tp, land, 81.
The Dunlap Home Co. to John H.
Wood, Greenfield, lot, 8150.
D. N. Caudy to W. J.Rcdkey, Paint
tp, (Ralnsboro, lot,) 81.
George W. Hulltt to Joseph Mason,
Paint tp, 3a, 8300.
Joseph Riddle to D. M. Fulton, Penn
tp, land, 31.
W. H. Pence to Ulrlc G. Pence,
Lynchburg, lot, 81.
Edgar Roberts to Mary Klrkpatrlck,
Jackson tp, 75a, 8075.
J. H. Nelll to Olive J. Clark, Hills
boro, lot, 8800
James F. Miller to Noah Roads,
Fairfield tp, q c, 81.
Ira Q. Roberts to Paul Garon, Mow
rystown, lot, 875.
Clyde Davis to David M. Menelcy
ct al, Hlllsboro, lot, 81
Preaching by the pastor at 10:30 a.
m. and 7 pm. Morning sermon, "The
Place of Prayer In Paul's Life."
Evening sermon, "Holy Unto Jeho
vah." Cleaning Up Sale of Dishes
Wc have about 000 pieces of dishes
In plain white semi-porcelain ware.
We need room for our holiday goods,
and in order to dispose of these dishes
at once we will sell them at the prices
Dinner Plates, per set of 0 24c
Soup Plates, per set of 0 18c
Soup DUheB, per set of 0 18c
Large Salld Dishes, 25c size 15c
Salld Dishes 20c size 10c
Breakfast Plates, per set of 0 12c
Pic Plates, per set of 0 , ,0c
Odd Cups and Saucers, set of 0. . . ,20c
Large Meat Plates, each 10c
SALE COBMES SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24.
Staple and Novtlty Sloro, Opera Blook.
For Your Flowers.
Sale On Watches
Elgin works, 20 year case, regular
price 815 00, our price ..88.85
Elgin works gold filled case, regular
price 812 00, our price 87.85
Gold plated case, warranted works,
regular price 87 50, our price. .83.85
Special prices on all spectacles and
and eye glasses.
Dr. C. F. Fans, ESSS
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CO,, Hlllsboro, Ohio.
THE BEE HIVE
IS GREATER THAN EVER.
The fall season is with us and we are pre
pared to give even greater bargains tiian
ever before. Never in the history of the
Bee Hive has our store been as complete
in every department as it is now, and never
before have we been able to offer better
values than now.
Wc have exceptional values
In Ribbed Underwear for men
at 25 and 40c, In Sanitary fleece
lined, In full sizes and finely trim.
med, at 48c
LadlcB Underwear at
25, 35 and 48c
Ladies' Union Suits at .40 and 08c
Children's Union Suits at
25 and 35c
Boys' Ribbed Shirts and Draw
ers at 25c
Knit Skirts at 25 and 40c
We have all kinds of Shirts,
Dress Shirts, Work Shirts, that
arc made full, well made, and
of good wearing material for
men and boys ; also heavy Knit
Shirts. Our price
25, 30, 48, 70 and 08c
We carry a very extensive
line of Hosiery In over a hun
dred different styles, In Infants',
Children's, Ladles' and Men's, In
all weights and colors, in cotton,
wool, lisle and merlnes, ranging
in price from 5 to 30c. You want
to sec our special lines for Men,
Women and Children, at
10 and 16c
Blanket-lined, with large, cor
duroy collars, worth 81 50
and $2 00, at. . . .81 10 and 81 48
Corduroy Coats, two coats in
We have added a line of Cor
duroy Pants, and wc possibly
believe that they are greater
values than ever ottered in
H Hlllsboro, at 81 48 and $1 08
We sell a genuine good over
all, with or without bib, at.
IttiBliingsand Fancy Collars
We are showing some beauties
In RushingB, in black, white and
colors, at 5 and 10c per collar.
Fancy collars from 5c up.
Of China, Glassware, Granite
ware and Tinware, Stationery,
Tablets, Ribbons, Laces, Em
broideries, Notions, and our 5
and 10c lines have never been
We cannot enumerate the
many bargains we have for you,
but we know that every inhabi
tant of Hlllsboro and everyone
living within fifteen miles of
Hlllsboro will do well to go to
the Bee Hive before buying any
thing we handle, and we sell
Special Sale of Pepper
Saturday, Oct 24.
Butchering time is almost here and you can lay in your
supply of pepper next Saturday. We will sell 200 pounds at
only 15c a pound. Not less than 1 pound sold at this price
We give away about $1,000 every year in beautiful and
useful premiums with our coupons. Have you been getting
your share. v
The Bee Hive
The Place for Economical People,
We carry a complete line of
Umbrellas from 45c up Our
silk and linen Umbrellas, In
Men's and Women's, at 81.48
would be cheap at 82.25
We undoubtedly carry the
biggest line of Gloves In High
land county. We carry a greater
variety of Canvas Gloves than
any two stores In the county,
Our lines of Scotch Gloves, Golf
Gloves, Jersey Gloves, Leather
GIovcb and Mittens for Men,
Women and Boys, and heavy
woolen storm Gloves and Mlt
tens comprise over 100 designs,
ranging in price from 5c up to
81 00. When you need Gloves
you must sec ours first.
It has been our pride hereto
fore to have carried the great
est line of Shell Goods in High
land county, but at present wc
are showing twice as big a line
than wc ever did If you can't
find what you want in Shell
Goods at the Eee Hive you don't
need to go any farther.
Our candles need no recom
mendation. They arc too well
known to use much space here.
Because we sell for cash and
sell so much cheaper than other I
stores Is the reason we sell so
much In this line, and our trade
Is constantly increasing.
Best Granulated Sugar, per 25
lb sack 81 40
New Lima Beans 7ic
Navy Beans 5c
Kidney Beans 5c
Coal Oil, per gal 8c
Gasoline, per gal 12c
Jaxson Soap, 3 cakes 10c
Star Soap, 3 cakes 10c
Lenox Soap, 3 cakes 10c
Table Salt, 5 lb sacks 4c
Wheat Berries flic
lb Kenton Baking Powder., 8c 1
Arm & Hammer Soda 4c
Yeast Foam 4C
Best Crackers 7jc
Best Long Horn Pure Cream
Cheese '. 18c
Rice, per lb 5C
Flake Hominy 4C
Quart Bottle of Catsup 10c
Sweet Potatoes, per pk 25c
A Good Roasted Coffee at,..12Jc
Coffee worth 25c, at 16c
And everything else In the same