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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1909
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Novembor 22, 1009.
John B. Moore, woll known to many
of this community, died Saturday,
Nov. 20. Funeral at his rcsldonco
Tuesday, Nov. 23.
Rov. Lewis, of New Vienna M. E.
Church, exchanged pulpits with Bro.
Washburn, of this place, Sunday.
1'eto Woodmanseo and Eugene Bal
lard spent part of last week hunting
near Beaver, Pike county. They re
port lots of game and line time.
Thanksgiving will be observed by
Union service at Friends Church.
World's Temperance Sunday will bo
observed Sunday, Nov. 28. Temper
ance sermon In morning at Friends
Church, lecture In afternoon at M. E.
Church to Loyal Legion.
Mrs. P. F. Ladd Is visiting Mrs. E.
S. Judklns In Cincinnati.
Edley McCoy has moved Into Earl's
property, lie has secured a position
with F. M. Horsman & Co.
Cary Evans and Lonnle Ilodson are
on a trip through the South.
Geo. Hopkins and wife, 0. II. Bal
lentine and wife, W. 1). Thornburg,
wife and daughter, Alma and Louis
M. Colin were entertained Sunday by
"V. L. Hoskins and wife.
Misses Edith and Alice Horsman
visited Miss Georgia Pavey at Lees
Fred Waugh and wife are visiting
R. O. Wood and family.
Harry McClure and wife spent Sun
day with Dempsey Sexton and wife.
Mrs. S. M. Marquis, of Chllllcothe,
visited her mother, Mrs. I. B. Mc
l'herson, last week.
E. II. Ballentlne and wife, of Day
ton, are visiting Geo. Hoskins and
DeWitt Holaday and Orland Bond,
of Wilmington, were calling on friends
Pete Adams has been sick the past
G. R. Pensyl and wife were visiting
W. E. Smith and family, at Mllledge
vllle, last week.
J. W. Holmes transacted business in
Harry Wright has moved Into Mrs.
Angle Bonar's property on College
s F. M. Horsman and daughter, Re
becca, visited in Washington C. II.
Saturday and Sunday.
Clark O'Bryant visited his wife and
.family at Greenlleld, Sunday.
November 22, 1000.
Mrs. James Bond, of South Solon,
was the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Agnes Bees, last week.
Mrs. Lizzie Simmons and children,
of Wilmington, were visiting R. II.
Snyder and family a few days last
Mrs. Evallno Boyer was given a
postal card shower by her many friends
last Saturday In honor of her birth
day. Over fifty beautiful cards were
Mrs. Ann Rees and Mrs. Llbble
Daughorty are the guests of relatives
at New Martlnsburg.
Mrs. Myrta West, of New Vienna,
was visiting her parents, John Rhone
jnus and wife, a few days last week.
The B. & O. section men have been
engaged the past week In raising and
grading the side track and filling in
the drive way along side of track.
Jo$e Boyer, car Inspector at ShrJf ton,
was here last week"
Walter Cos ttild family, of Chilli
collie, have moved into the mill prop
erty. Mrs. Robert Wilson, who had the
misfortune to break her left arm Nov.
fj, was remembered by her many friends
and relatives on her birthday Nov. 15
by a postal card shower. One hundred
and twenty-five postals were received.
Cards from Maine, Iowa, Washington
and Indiana were Included In the col
lection. Mrs. Afiie Simmons was visiting
relatives near Washington C. II. last
Joseph Worthington and wife, of
Sablna, were the guests of the latter's
mother, Mrs. Matilda Reed, Sunday
Paul and Robert Messe, of Spring
Held are visiting hero.
Martin Lloyd, of Jellersonvllle, visit
ed Howard Boyer the past week.
Vernon Rhonemus and wife, of
Sabina, were visiting here the past
Sam Simmons and wife entertained
the following persons Sunday : Win.
Anderson and wife, of Greenfield,
Phil Daughters and wlfo and Clias.
Anderson, of Washington, C. II.
Mrs. Lena Carmean and Miss Elsie
Urower were visiting In Greenfield last
Miss Bertha Street Is visiting Prof.
W. A. Lucas and family at Cuba.
Mrs. Matilda Reed and Mrs. Allle
Simmons were visiting relatives near
R. Wilson and wife and son wore the
guests of Walter Wilson and wife, at
Shrlfton, Sunday. '
Elmer Swift and wife were the
guests of the former's parents, Ilany
gwlft and wife, Sunday,
Nov. 22, '00.
Miss Goldie Barnett, of Dallas, was
the guest of Miss Graco Glenn over
Miss Lena Strebbcr is spending a
few days at the homo of her parents
Jonn Davis, who has been at Moscow,
Idaho, for the past year, returned here
last Saturday to visit his parents, Rev.
J. H. Davis and wife.
Rev. E. A. Huntington commenced
a series of meetings at Dallas Sunday
Miss Hazel Clyborne has been sick
for a few days.
II. S. Foraker and daughtcr-ln-law,
Mrs. John Foraker, have been visiting
relatives near Cincinnati for several
S. L. Yochum and family and W. H
Vance and wlfo spent Sunday In the
country the guests of V. R. Garrett
W. J. Rcdkey and wife left last
Thursday for Columbus and expect to
be absent a couple of weeks.
Several of John Caldwell's friends
gave a wood chopping for his benefit
last Wednesday afternoon and also
remembered him with a donation of
Hour, potatoes, etc., as he has not yet
recovered from an accident that dis
abled him from work.
J. B. Davis and family have been
spending a few days with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Worren Harper, at Good
Murray Browning was the guest of
friends at Illllsboro part of last week.
J. S. W. Spargur is spending a few
days with his daughter at Georgetown.
C. F. Clyborne is a business visitor
in Ross county this week.
Mrs. O. B. Rhoads was operated on
for strangulation of the bowels last
Tuesday night by Drs. Jones, of Green
Held, and Ambrose, of New Peters
burg, and Is now thought to be much
Wash Chain, the mail driver on
Greenfield route 4, was the guest of
J. A. Beaver one day last week.
C. L. Redkey has purchased the
Satterfield farm north of town.
A six month old colt of Dick Pea
body's broke Its leg while running In
the pasture one day last week and had
to be killed.
C. M. Epperson, of Washington C.
II., was looking after business Inter
ests here the past week.
George L. Garrett, of nillsboro, was
the guest of his brother here on Sun
day. Burch Illxson will olTer his personal
property at public sale on Dec. 8,
preparatory to moving to Miami
November 22, 1000.
There is an extra large crop of corn
in this neighborhood this year.
Most of the wheat In this vicinity
John Fawley has moved to the farm
of Evert Brltton and B. C. Sonner to
the farm vacated by Fawley.
Those who partook of the hospital
ity of A. S. Caley and wlfo Sunday
were Lewis Pence and wife, T. C.
Stockwell and family and Wm. Berry
and wife and daughter, of Danville.
Evert Brltton and wife, of Wlllctts
vllle, attended church at Union Sun
day. Protracted meeting k going on at
Union. Elder Foust Is the preacher
William Barker and wife, of Price
town, attended church at Union Sun
day. Mrs. Leah Rllea, of Mowrystown, Is
visiting her niece, Mrs. II. N. Pul
11am. Mrs. C. N. Fonder, of Mowrystown,
was visiting her brother, II. N. Pul
11am, last week.
Mrs. Leah Rllea and Mary Long
visited McAdow Haines and family
Saturday and Sunday.
Amell Marconett and wife, of Hol
lowtown, visited n. T. Hawk and
Mrs. Charles Wlggln was visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Robert Roush, at
George Illblerwas visiting his par
ents and other friends near Five Mile
Clark Saunders and wife, of Illlls
boro, are visiting the latter's mother,
Mrs. Lydla Sonner.
Henry Ervln, James Burnett and
Dr. Ira DoIIass accompanied by the
Misses Susan and Josephine Roush,
spent Sunday at tho country homo
'of C, F. Roberts and family, near
Sugartreo Ridge. They made the trip
in Ervln's automobile.
Jndgo W. W. Prathor and M. O.
Slutes, of Cincinnati, and J. D. Post
and John Logan, of Washington O,
II., wore hero Tuesday, representing
clients in the case of Worthington vs.
Redkey, which was heard before tho
The project o'f the Cape Cod Canal,
now under construction, antedates
the Revolutionary war.
November 22, 1000.
Undertaker E. W. Pavey was called
to Columbus last Wednesday on busi
ness. Ho was accompanied by his
wlfo and mothor.
Mrs. C. C. Rcdkey Is visiting hor
parents at Yollow Springs.
George January and family, of
Springfield, are guests of Mr. Janu
After an extended visit with friends
and relatives horo .Mrs. Rachel Bar
rott loft last Monday for hor homo In
Silas Sparks was in Illllsboro last
Wednesday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wright have
sold their town property to Dr. null
and have moved to their farm south
Misses Alice and Edith Horsman, of
Highland, wero guests of Miss Geor
gia Pavey over Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Mason entertained her
sister, Miss Maud McCoppln, of Illlls
boro, Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ethel Aiken, of Fall Creek,
visited Miss Gusta Barrett Sunday.
Mrs. D. W. Roads Is at Athens vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Homer Bar
rett. Mrs. Jno. Grimm, of Blanchester,
was the gifest of relatives here over
After a pleasant visit with her fath
er, Ed. Barber, Mrs. Lulu Wilson and
little daughter left Saturday morning
for their home at Independence, Kan.
Lon Dooley has gone to Jackson
ville, Fla., where he has secured a
S. R' Ousloy was a business visitor
at Cincinnati Thursday.
Miss Rena Eaton spent Saturday
and Sunday witli her parents at New
Vienna. A union Thanksgiving servlco will
be held In the M. E. Church Thurs
day evening at 7 o'clock. Rev. Hole,
pastor of the Friends Church, will do
llver the sermon.
Mosdamcs Phobe Loaverton, Nancy
Thurman and Nannie Sanders enter
tained with a 12 o'clock dinner last
Friday. Those present to enjoy the
occasion wero Mesdames Toter, Gage,
Beeson, King, nugglns, Overman,
Sparks, Barrett, Ida Pavey, Etta
Pavey and Mrs. John Edglngton, of
A pleasant program .In the, Interest
of Home Missions was given at tho
M. E. Church Sunday evening by tho
The Wednesday Club held Its annu
al Thanksgiving dinner Wednesday at
the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Redkey.
Tho toasts sparkled with wit and hu
mor and a general good time was had.
Ed. Weeks, of Columbus, was tho
guest of his mother the past week.
A meeting of the W. C. T. U. was
held at the homo of Mrs. Dora Sparks
Saturday aftornoon. After all busi
ness was attended too an interesting
program was given and at the conclu
sion of which fruit was served.
Mrs. John Edlngfield, of New Vien
na, was the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Nannie Sanders, over Sunday.
Mr. Smith and son, of Nashville,
Tenn., aro guests of tho former's
brother. T. T. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Leaverton enter
tained to dinner Sunday, Will Aiken
and wife, John Patton and wife, of
Fall Creek, and R. T. Leaverton.
Nov. 22, 00.
Early sown wheat and young grass
are looking fine. -
J. W. nammon and daughter, Mar
garet, made a business trip to nills
N. R. Barrott and wife, of Illllsboro,
were entertained by C. C. Kesler and
Esta Yarger, who has been visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Lillian Camp, at King's
Mill, has returned home.
W. M. Setty and family, who are
going to move to Mlddlotown this
week, spent Sunday with J. M. Setty
Lester Beckman and Elsie Setty,
who have been visiting In Butler
county for a week, havo returned
Nov. 22, '00.
.Mrs. Mallnda King Is spending a
few days with friends at Buford.
Perry Emory and wife dined with
John King and wife Sunday.
W. E. Fawley was tho guest of
Olney Ponco and family Sunday.
Miss Mabel Soalo, who has been 111
with typhoid fover, Is hotter.
Miss Ethel Carpenter called on hor
friend, Floronco Fennor, Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Hess has gono to Borrys
vlllo to spend tho winter with hor
niece, Annie Brlggs,
Georgo Bourquin suffered a stroko of
George Swlssholm, of California,
conducted a bibb mooting here Sun
day night. He was accompanied by
Mr. Ramsey, of Adams county.
John W, Morgan and wlfo visited
William Stratton and family Sunday.
Thanksgiving Day at Grandma's.
Tomorrow Is Thanksgiving Day,
Tla marvelous liow time slips away,
For It scarcely seems a month or more
Since Thanksgiving was here before.
To-day has been so clear and fine
I suddenly made up my mind
This morning, that since I'm so near
The old home place. I will spend this year
Thanksgiving Day at Orandma's. "J
There was a time that was longogo,
When I saw her every day. and so
I usually planned to go away
On Xmas and Thanksgiving Day ;
But now I've been away so long
Amid the city's din and throng.
That I crave for one more day of rest
And quiet peace, and so I guess -I
will go back home to grandma's.
There Is a kind of magic spell
About those early days, and well
I remember all the various nooks
About the place, where, with my books
I would go to spend my leisure hours
For there I found the gayest flowers,
And not a clearer, sweeter note
E'er warbled from a red bird's throat
Than It did back there at Grandma's.
Hut all of these were not more sweet
Than the luscious dantles I got to eat,
There was mush and milk, and hominy flakes,
There were pears and peaches and big sweet
And sugar molasses, all kinds of meats,
And more than a hundred other sweets
That my stomach liked. and oh, my eyes I
I can taste again those pumpkin pics,
The pies I had at Grandma's.
Tomorrow will be a gala day
Here In the city, so tney say ;
The stores are festooned rich and rare,
Church bells will be heard every where.
And children's voices will merrily ring
in song, and there will be many things
To hold the eye and gladden the ear,
And so I thought of remaining here
Instead of going to Grandma's.
Ilut let mc whisper In your ear,
Softly, so no one may hea ,
She was growing old when I saw her last
And her hair was whitening very fast.
And I know that It is whiter now,
And that many furrows mark her brow,
And I'm afraid that perhaps It may
De the very last Thanksgiving Day
I shall ever spend at Grandma's.
For hours together I would often see
Her sitting in silent reverie,
And I knew her mind was reflecting on
The vista of years that have come and gone,
And living them all over again,
And It's the same, I know, as It was then j
And perhaps while In her reverie
She sometimes thinks and longs forme,
so i guess I'll go to Grandma's.
And then she was a mother, too,
The only one that I ever knew.
If It had not been for her tender care
In rearing me. I would not be where.
1 am to-day, perhaps, and might
Have never known the wrong from rlaht.
Or knowing, would have chosen to be
In error, so can you blame mc
For wanting to go to Grandma's r
When Father Time has marked my brow.
And my hair Is as white as her's Is now,
I know that I should love to see
The young folks all come home to me
And spend again Thanksgiving Day ;
I should love to see them young and gay,
Without a care and without a woe,
Just as they were In the long ago,
And like I shall be at Orandma's.
Oscau L. MlLLEii, Cleveland, Ohio.
Formerly o! Highland County.
The death of Mrs. George Chancy,
who leaves a husband and seven
children, was deeply felt by the entire
locality. Mrs. Chanoy was a model
homo maker and a leader In the O. U.
church here, and whllo tho family
BUfl'erstho loss of mothor the entire
community looses a helper In all that
was right and good.
Dave Dunn moved to Greenfield
Monday whore he will follow his old
J. W. Eaklns Is very poorly.
Llttlo Henry Pavey was very sick
tho first of tho week, but Is better
Lawrence Hochenborger Is visiting
homo folks. Ho will return to his
homo at Hamilton this week accom
panied by his sister, Catherine.
Mrs. George Ballentlne visited her
nonry Dunlap, of Washington O. II.,
was here buying cattle last week.
Salome Is the word.
Romemboryou can get any thing you
want at A. E. Pavey's new store,
shoes, rubber boots and shoes, felt
boots, horso blankets, collars and pads,
shelf hardware, In fact every thlnjr
new and up to date cheap for cash.
And Return From
C. C. & L.
Nov. 28, 29, 30, Deo. 1, 6 and 6.
Return Limit Deo. 1 3.
Account Intor-Natlonal Live Stock
Depot 8th and McLean Ave.
For furthor particulars wrlto
F. E. LANDME9ER, D. P. A.,
3 E. 4th St., Cincinnati, O.
November 22, 1000.
A. G. Smith and wife, of Portland,
Oregon, aro visitors at tho home of
Warren Connel and wlfo.
Miss Eula Blanche Pltzer, of Shaw
neetown, Illinois, who, has boen visit
ing hor grandparents, L. S. Pltzer and
wife, left Saturday for Oxford.
A largo crowd was in attendance at
tho first number of tho lecture course
which was given Saturday ovenlng.
The lecture was given by Wm. Ster
ling Brattls. Subject, Character from
J. L. DoLanoy was In Cincinnati last
week purchasing his Christmas goods.
Miletus Garner, of Columbus, spent
Sunday with Warron Connel and wife.
Mrs. Mary Roush's houso, on Bob
bit avonuo, Is nearlng completion and
will soon bo ready for occupancy.
Dr. Gamer, G. T. DoLaney, Grant
Hopkins and Isma Troth aro transact
ing business In Arkansas,
G. A. Bolco and wife, of Mt. Sterling,
win mako Lynchburg their future
homo. Mr. Bolco having purchased
J. ju. I'utman's grocery.
Miss Madgo Murphy, of Illllsboro,
was with hor cousin, Miss Helen Mur
phy, over Sunday.
Warren Morrow and family aro now
residents of Lynchburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Connel and their guests,
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, will bo the guests
or Mr. and Mrs. Connel, of Samantha,
S. S. Puckott has tendered his resig
nation as trustee of B. of P. A.
Tho Ladies' Aid of tho Christian
Church will hold a market on Thanks
giving. Miss Norlno DoLaney, spent Wednes
day night with her cousin, Miss Mabol
Andrews, at Blanchester.
Miss Nondas West, who Is teaching
at Russell, spent Saturday and Sunday
with hor parents.
The W. O. T. U. will meet at tho
home of Mrs. Dr. Srofe.
Rov. Gray preached a Thanksgiving
sermon to a large and appreciative
audience on Sunday evening.
Roy Rico and SIg Dewey and Misses
Ellzaboth Ballentlne and Elizabeth
Allen came over In an auto from Blan
chester Sunday evening and were en
talned at the homo of Prof, and Mrs.
C. A. Puckott.
November 22, 1000.
William Miller, of Springfield, visit
ed friends here part of last week.
Clarence Vance and family visited
Georgo Vanco and family last week.
Misses Ethel and Mary Fonner, of
Buford, visited Frank Emery and
Ira TIco and Miss Bertha Emery
wero united In marriage last week by
Rov. Colloy, of Illllsboro, They were
given an old-time serenading Saturday
Mrs. Dallas Woods visited her par
ents at East Danville, Sunday.
Arthur Shaver and wife, of Colum
bus, visited tho former's parents part
of last week.
November 22, 1000.
I. W. Stults and wife spent a few
days last week with tho former's
brother, Samuel Stults, near Price
town. Lewis Thornton returned homo last
week after spending some time with
relatives near Washington C. II.
Born to Joseph Deardoff and wlfo
on Nov. 10, a son.
Mrs. Magglo Garman, of Sinking
Spring, spent Sunday with Mrs. Per
mella A, Kissllng.
Cary Burton and wife spent Sunday
with the lattor's brother, Joo West,
near Sinking Spring.
II. V. Mathews and wife and Mrs.
C. D. Mattlson and son spent Sunday
afternoon with their cousin, Lenard
Butlor, at Lathem.
Mrs, Mattle Rhoads spent Saturday
night with hor sister, Mrs. James
Harvey Lowman and wife, of Cyn
anthla, spent Sunday with Mrs. Salllo
West and family.
Benson Butlor took dinner with his
cousin, Wm. Butlor, at Sinking Spring,
Misses Leila and Evelyn Burton and
Hazel andvLlnley East spent Sunday
with the latter's aunt, Mrs. Mattlo
Charles McCoppln and wife and
children, of Carmel, wero the guests
of James Bobb and wife Saturday
night and Sunday.
II. V. Matthows and wlfo wero busi
ness visitors in Balnbrldgo Saturday,
Miss Sarah Countryman and Lewis
Rhoads, of Elk's Run, wore united in
marrlago Sunday, Nov, 14, by Rov.
lCnlcley, of Squashtown.
James Ilolton and mother, of Lath
em, accompanied by the latter's daugh
ter, of Nowark, and James Irons and
Wife, of Sinking Spring, spont Sunday
with J. B. Turner and wlfo."
pid you see the crowds at the Bee
Hive last Saturday,
without candy is not to be
Good candy it should be
too. We have something1
that is especially nice.
Have put in a line of the
most delicious goods
These pure high grade
sweets are put up in dain
ty packages. There's
nothing in confectionery
that can compare with the
BOLD ONLY AT
Garrett & Ayres
I Owing to the holiday rush no t
coupons will bo redeemed at t
X The Bee Hive after tho first I
1 weok in December until after t
1 Xmas. X
I THE BEE HIVE f
I Department Store t
If your children are troubled
with their eyes have them ex
amined before starting thehi to
school. EXAMINATION FREE.
Dr. 0. F, Faris,
The Eyesight Specialist,
OFFICE First door east of Ecoto
my Ston Main street. Hlllsboro O.
said Judge Lindsey to the
policeman, "want to save
bicycles. I want to save
From "The Beast and
the Jungle," in the
It's a big, human, well
written story. Get it and
FOR BALB BY
in 5 oiiii ioc store
And Bowies i go.
November 22, 1009.
Mrs. V. L. Rhoads was a visitor at
MissLena Garman and James Rhoads
were married at the M. E. parsonage
by Rev. Moon Sunday eYenlilg.
C. O. Bolleson was a business visitor
at Otway a part of last week. jffy
Miss Mary MoKeehan was thogueou
of hor sister, Mrs. Bort Setty, at nills
Misses Nln Arnold, of Locust Grovo,
and Jessie Murphy, of Peebles, wero
guests of Mrs. Sain Arnold, Saturday.
Mrs. Jennie Noarv. of Delaware was
'the guest of her brother, O.'O. Wicker-
ham, a few days last week.
Gordon McClure and wlfo, of Ralns
boro, wero guests of Mrs. E. J. Mc
James Thorpe, who has been tho
guest of Sam Seizor, has retumod to
his home at Washington.
Mrs. Esslo Johnston, of Portsmouth,
is the guest of relatives here.
Go to the Home Bakery for choice
pastries. Leave your orders for special
occasions with us.
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