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title: 'The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, June 03, 1909, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE NEWS-HERALD, HELLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, M9.
Don't Neglect Ysur
JTree examina,tjqn wit,h
the latest appliances
for examini dr and
testing the EYES.
Or, G. F. Paris.
The Eyesight Specialist,
OFFICE First door cant of Econo
my Store. Main street, HUlsboro O
Any ope wanting iStock Cattle or
Breeding Ewes will do well to see us,
as we can supply your wants to your
atief action. Give us a call.
DOTY & GO,, LEESBURG, 0.
Building Lots, Town Property,
Farms of all sizes and prices and
WADE TURNER, "
-. t Mini x coim nil Co.
J TIME TABL.E.
I ' Cine Lav HiLLsnono Sunday
Ii 525 ...... 6:30
l 7:35 7-25
i' 835 6:25 .
J I0.S8 Barn only .... 105
II 1835 .. 11:25
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I 0i5.... .... 4:25..
0:18 .. 825
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SONG OF IRELAND.
A Patriotic Irish Song, as sung by Maria Jones of the
"PIFF, PAFF, POUF" COMPANY.
1. I am think - Ing
2. In the old days
3. May God help the dear
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friends that I left so
Heav'n were deaf to all their
her tbe right to rule her
sleeps the girl I loved, Where the birds In spring-time sing so sweet
judg-ment was at hand, And , the day of Frec-dom broke a - midst
pray'rs be not in vain; Let them cease to sing the song of bars
May 31, 1900.
George Hcthcrlngon and wife spent
sj4ay . hc jRiHfi of Mr. zM H".
Karshner Moore, near Danville.
John Eyler and wife spent several
days the past week with relatives at
C, W. Oaren and .wife visited rela
tives at Marshall, Sunday.
Chas. Wentz and wife, of -HUlsboro,
called on friends here Sunday after
I Rev. DeLapp filled hie regular ap-
. pointment here Sunday evening.
i John Erjnc and wife, of Miller's
I Chapel, spent Sunday with A. F. Prlne
Ben Morton and wife visited rcla
tlvcs at Taylorsvillc, Sunday.
Mrs. Alice Vance and daughter,
Rosalie, spent last week with her
daughter, Mrs. Geo. Vance, of Pararle
There will be an ice cream and
strawberry festival at the M. E
Church lawn Saturday evening, June
G, for the purpoec of getting a new
organ. Everybody cordially Invited
to come and enjoy a social evening.
F. L. Harris and family entertained
Mrs Anna Eakins and daughters, of
Lea Carrier Is working for C. W.
Rolcr this week.
A. E. Hunter and Jeeelc Harshbar
gcr attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary
Hunter, near Falrvlew, Thursday.
Deatb of Dr. G. C. Plttsor.
Died at his home in Los Angeles,
California, May lb, 1900, Dr. G. C.
Plttser, aged 74 years. Dr. Plttser
will doubtless be remembered by some
of our older inhabitants, he having
been born and raised about one and
one-half miles from Lynchburg, and
after a hard and continuous struggle
for an education, taught school at
Sharpsville, Gladys and the Runk
School house. He later studied medi
cine with Dr. S. J. Specs, and In 185G
was united in marriage with Miss
Martha J. Murphy, sister of Mrs. J. G.
Baylcss. In the years that have
passed, Dr. Plttser became a leader
in his profession and an authority
widely quoted. The tragic death of
his eldest daughter at the hands of
an assassin in her home In Oregon a
few years ago, left a lasting sorrow
in the heart of the doctor, who shortly
afterwards moved to Los Angeles,
where he died. Of him it may truly
be said, the world 1b better for him
having lived. Lynchburg Record.
For Sale Buggy In good condi
tion. Inquire at Lemon's Grocery.
m " m . m M ' I 1 M
to - night of that cab - in
of slav - 'ry, it seem'd for
Old Coun-try, the land
long a - go;
own do - mains,
ifcti Pip giSrSJL
Published AMERICAN MELODY Co., Hew
The beautiful but short life of Otho
Wilson, son of Ira M. and Anna Uos-
sett, came to a oloe,pn .May J6, 1000.
On Aug. 27, 1898, he came to tbclr
home, and for 10 years, 8 months and
18 days his presence wae like a halo
of glory to all who knew him. He
leaves ..papa, mamma, one brother,
three, sisters and a host of friends and
relatives .to mourn their Iocs. Since
Jan. 20, 1000, he had been a constant
sufferer, but in all his sickness nc was
patient and seemed to look upon every
thing In a manly way.
During all his sickness his brightest
hope was to be well and enjoy good
Many were the pleasures that he
has mentioned and honed to cniov
with different members of the family
when health would permit.
In school Otho was diligent and
He was a faithful attendant at Sun
day School and church. Strange as
it may seem why one endowed with
these splendid qualities should be
taken from our number, yet the sweet
memory Is every dear and the Influ
ence of his life will never be forgot
ten. A few more days or years and
we too shall cross the river of death.
No doubt he will be waiting at tnc
beautiful gate to welcome us home
where God shall wipe away all tears
and there shall be no more death,
neither snail there be any more pain.
Tie ours to miss thee, all our jears,
And teDder memories of tbee keep
Thine In tbe Lord to rest, for to
He glvetb his beiovcd sreep.
Otbo has entered into eternal rest,
lie has beard thy song,
"Oh work, well done,
1 will give thee rest."
Dearest Otbo, we must lay tbee
In tbe peaceful grave's embrace,
Hut thy memory will be cherished
Till we see thy heavenly face.
The Ooldcn Gates were opened,
A gentle voice said, come,
And with farewell unspoken
lie calmly entered home.
Heaven now holds our treasure
While earth the lonely casket keeps
And the sunbeams love to linger
Where our darling Otho sleeps.
Funeral services were held at the
Christian Church at Prlcetown Mon
day, May 17, at 2 p. m. The Rev.
Frank Foust officiating, after which
his little body was laid to rest in Plain
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to our friends
and neighbors who so kindly assisted
us during the Elckness and death of
our loved one. The Family.
The coal fields of
13,000 square miles.
for a - way, And the
ma-ny a year As if
of my birth, And give
a. p ! r
grave in the church-yard, where
came a day of wrath, and the
cab - Ins on the bill-sides, let those
-t - t' ' . m
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May ai, '00.
Mcsdames Belle Watson and Will
Durnell were visitors In Leesburg
R. Wilson and wife were visiting
relatives at HUlsboro a few days last
T. A. Taylor, of HUlsboro, has been
appointed teacher of the higher room
at this place for the next term of
school and Miss Hattlc Rains teacher
of the primary room.
C. W. Thompson and W. G. Flshback
are Improving their residences by
giving them a new coat of paint.
Miss Isabel Boycr was a visitor in
Miss Lilllc Reeder, of Hamilton, has
been visiting her mother, Mrs. Matil
A.J Smith and Mrs Silas Swift and
son, Joseph, were vlBltlng relatives
near Washington C. H , Saturday and
MrB. Floyd Summers, of Springfield,
spent last week with John Cahlll and
W. G. Flshback and wife spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
near Washington C. H.
J. H. Street was a business visitor
in Greenfield Saturday
May 31, '00
Memorial services were held in the
Presbyterian church Sunday conduct
ed by Dr. Stean.
Richard Brown, of Dover, Ky., was
a recent visitor here.
Teachers' Training Graduation ex
erciee will be held In the 1. O. O. F.
hall June 11-12.
The W. C. T. U. will hold their
regular meeting at Mrs. Maud
Rhotcn's Wednesday June 2.
Clarence Gray, of Bell's Run, and
Miss Pearl Igo. of Sugartrec Ridge,
were married Saturday, May 22.
Wilbur Cornetet and family have
returned from visiting friends at
Leesburg and HUlsboro
Miss Mildred Hodson, of Cincinnati,
spent last week with relatives here.
Mack Walker, of Washington C. H.
visited he parents here Friday and
Mesdamcs Henry Overstake and
James Hilcr were at Greenfield last
week to visit their niece, Miss May
Allman, who Is seriously sick.
M. Hunter and wife and Will Few
and wife spent Sunday with relatives
at North Liberty.
Loyd Mlgnery, son of Prof. Ed
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fa-ther and themoth-er, that have almost reach'd the end Of
dark,, days be -fore us on our march to the sea, But...
land .of rote and.shamrock make a land... of the free, And by
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reach-es out to all a
high tbe glo-rious ban-ner
end of E-rln'6 wrong,
hearts and hands are read.y To
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Mignery,,was taken seriously sick last
Wednesday while visiting at the home
Of his grandmother. When he was
taken home a physician was hastily
summoned and pronounced his disease
appendicitis. An operation was per
formed by Drs, Ellison and Chaney, of
Sardinia, assisted by Dr. Rhoten, of
of Mowrystown, and although he Is a
very sick boy it Is believed he will
Miss Mary Miller, of Dichl avenue,
has been sick the past week.
Mrs. Bell Long and son, Catl, and
Mrs L. A Galllctt spent Sunday at
Ash Ridge, Brown county, where they
attended a. big surprise at the home
of Adam Woolcvcr, the occasion be
ing his birthday. About eighty people
were there to help celebrate.
Mrs. Jessie Rayot was notified by a
telegram that her mother, Mrs. Par
rott, who resides at Holmcsvllle,
Holmes county, was seriously ill and
could not recover and took the first
train Saturday morning for that
Ira Edgington and wife and Mrs,
Ella Badgley, of BlancheBter, are at
the bedside of their nephew, Loyd
L P. Druhot is having a large
amount of tobacco planted near his
residence. The work Is being done by
On Saturday evening, June 12, the
EdnardB sisters will give a concert at
the Mowrystown hall. They arc one
of the best female quartette on the
Joseph Forseillc went to sec his
relatives at Boston Sucday.
MIbb Maud Nave has gone to George
town where she Is engaged in Millin
Fvery Woman Will Be Intorested.
There has recently been discovered
an aromatic, pleasant herb cure for
woman's ills, called Mother Gray's
Australian leai It 1b the only
certain regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and Backache, Kidney,
Bladder and Urinary troubles. At all
DrugglBts or by mail 60 cts. Samples
FREE Address, The Mother Gray
Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
"Where are you going to spend
your summer vacation this year ?"
"I don't know yet. I haven't
learned just wnat friends of mine are
polng to rent summer cottages."
Detroit Free Press
"Tbe host is not dancing this
"Neither Is the hostets "
1 They're quarreling It out," ex
plained an observant guest. Louis
pray'd for ma-ny a day... That Old Ire-land might be free, And that
Stars and Stripes float high, The em-blem of the free; She
I great and grow - ing na-tlon, Whose sons will proud-ly wave On
Free -dom- Song.
wel -come band,
of the Green.
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The glo-rious day of freedom we have
help those a-cross the sea, Make the Green Flag
S. R. HOWARD, SS:TB.0'
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist.
Located in HUlsboro twenty years,
Long distance calls promptly atten
ded. Both phones.
J. FRANK WILSON. N. CRAIG U'BRIDX
WILSON & McBRIDE,
ATTOKN E Y8-AT-Ij AW.
Office Short St., Opp. Court House
J. A. W. Sr-AfiOBit. U. S. MoOLuns
SPAKGUR & McOLURE.
MEKCANTS RATIONAL BANK,
Reel slot me end Fife insiironce Apis
Watch and Jewelry Repairing to
AT OPERA BUILDING
Prompt and iffielint service
I. W. CAREY,
Home 'Phone 340. Bell 'Phone 143.
B. McCONNAUGHEY, M. D.,
Orrici: In Holmes Uulldlng, North High
Orrici Hocus: 8 to it a. m., 2 to and 8 to
8 p. m.
Both 'Phones In Office and Residence,
A.k jour llrMdX fcr CIH-CHES-TBR'S
Drarrl.t and U fur fill.)
DIAUOM) nilANK PII.T.K. for twentT-flrS)
.Tears regarded r Ilet,Rafct, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGJSTS
TKihl) EVE III Wnhnt TESTED
Waiter Table d'hote, sir?
Uncle Cy What's a tablcdote ?
Walter Course dinner, sir.
Uncle Cy Nit fur me. I git all the
coarse grub I need to home, and when
I git to town I want somethln' a bit
life's road they have traveled o'er so
now, throughout A - mer - i - ca's great
all .the world at large let there be
lit fcr Cm-CHES-TBR'S A
and 1'IL.i.h in kpd naA
botes, sealed with l)lue0
; NO ctueii. 1IiiT.lTrV
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a long time corn-tag, the
a long time com-lng, the
a long time com-lng, the
waltzed for so long; And our
of Ire-land, the Flag of the free I
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