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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1911.
Tri-County Chautauqua Association
AUG. 3 TO 13,
One of tho heaviest programs ever given in this section of
Secure your tickets before August 1, and save 50c. Tick
ets can bo had now by applying to the Secretary.
Those desiring tents should send In their names at once.
Arrangements havo Just beon completed with Mr. LoRoy
Brown to exhibit moving pictures at the close of each
Senator Gore, of Oklahoma, blind and eloquent, will speak
at Greenfield Chautauqua Friday, August 11. at 2:30 p. m.
Sunshine Hawks, a forceful and humorous lecturor, has
been employed as platform manager.
Price's Premier Hand pleases the most axactlng and dis
Every boy or girl attending tho Chautauqua August 10, to
hear Will B. Otwoll and register with tho Secretary,
will be given a 0 months subscription to his paper, The
Farmers Boy. Those Interested In agriculture should not
fall to hear him.
The Arlsto Ladles Band, of Hlllsboro, Ohio, will furnish
music at tho Chautauqua Park Friday, August 11.
JOHN S. CALDWELL, Secretary,
July 24, 1011.
A large picture which was hanging
on tho wall In tho home of Wm. Tan
nahlll foil and stuck the stand, Just
missing t o lamp. It struck tho
matches In the safe and lighted them.
The cloth on the stand tiad caught
tire, when Mr. Tannehill got to the
room, lie extinguished the blaze be
fore any damage was done.
Geo. Lemon returned home Friday,
after spending a week with his daugh
ter, Mr. Geo. Umphlot.
Moses Calvert, of Hlllsboro, spent
one day the past week with Joel Cal
vert. Judge Blair came up from West
Union last Friday and was accom
panied homo by his two sons.
W. A. Totor and John Greathouso,
of New Vienna, and D. Q. Morrow, of
nillsboro, called on Joel Calvert, last
Miss Audry Bright, of nillsboro, Is
visiting Miss Gladys Tannehill.
Tho Belfast Circuit will hold a
picnic at the Camp grounds next Sat
urday, July 29. Tho children from
the Hlllsboro Homo will be here and
render part of tho programme, under
tho direction of Mrs. Howard.
Wm. Noland and family spent Sun
day with Georgo Hardin's, of Hllls
boro. Wm. Halgh and wife spent Sunday
with nerman Gall of Flat Run.
J. A. Gustln and son, Fay, spent
Sunday with iier father, at Louisville.
Mrs. Washburn, of Blanchesler, is
Tlslting her daughter, Mrs. Burch
John nalgh and Misses May Fells
and Ada Jamison spent Sunday with
Chas. Lewis, of Flat Run.
Rev. Gallon tilled his regular ap
pointment hero last night. He hold
communnlon services at Marshall In
This Will Interest Mothers.
Mothor Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children relieve Foverlshness, Head
ache, Bad Stomach, Teething Disor
ders, move and regulato the Bowels
and destroy worms. They break up
Colds In 24 hours. Used by mothers
for 22 years. All Druggists, 25c. Sam
ple FREE. Address, A. S. Olmsted,
LoRoy, N. Y.
nis Better Half I think It's time
we got Lizzie married and settled
down, Alfred. She will be 25 next
week, you know.
nor Lessor Half Oh, don't hurry,
my dear. Bottor wait until tho right
bort of man conies along.
SHIS Better Half-But why wait? I
didn't! Throne and country.
In a Pinch, Use Allen's Foot-Ease,
The antiseptic powder to shake into
your shoes. Relloves hot, tired, ach
ing, swollen, sweating feet of all pain
and makes walking a delight. Takes
tho sting out of corns and bunions.
Sold everywhere, 25c. Sample FREE.
Address, A. S. Olmsted, LoRoy, N. Y.
Both Harvard and John nopklns
Universities are trying to find out
whether tho education of animals is
accomplished by the gifts of Imitation
or tho force of instinct.
"Is he respectable?"
"Eminently so. Ho's nover been
Indlctod for anything less than steal
ing a railroad." Wasp.
July 24, 1011
Mrs. J. O. Harris and Mrs. C. Sim
bro visited relatives at Wilmington
last Thursday, tho occasion bolng
their fathers' STith birthday anni
versary. Rev. Stratton, on account of sick
ness In his family, did not till his ap
pointment at Miller's Chapel Sunday,
but will preach next Sunday.
C. E. Harris and wife entertained
at dinner Thursday J. O. Harris and
wife, U. D. Harris and wife, II. L.
Harris and wife and O. J. Harris and
wlfo, of Port William.
D. E. Vanco and family woro the
guests of Homer Sanders and fam
Miss Gertrude Swlsshelm, of Hllls
boro, Is visiting Aunt Lib Vance this
Oscar Malcolm and wlfo, of Hllls
boro, called on his grandmother, Mrs.
E. Vance, aunua evening.
Mrs A. blidton aim mmis, Truman
and Lharlle. wuru rim imimn of i
Larick and family Sunday.
Homer Harris and wife were call
era at u. W. Sauuers Sunday.
I Mrs. Homer Harris and Mrs. C. E.
Harris called on Mrs. Ira llavnus
Ed. Gotherman and family spent
Sunday with B. A. McConnaughoy
and wlfo at Lumberton,
Right In your busiest season when
you have the least ilmo to sparo you
are most likely to take diarrhoea and
loso several days' time, unless you
havo Ohamborlaln'8 Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy at hand and tako a
doso on tho first appearance of tho di
sease. For sale by all dealers.
Agitated Old Gent Qulckl My
daughter Is overboard 1 Save her, and
she shall bo your wife!
Blaso Person Walt until a wave
rolls her over aud I can see her facol
Wages $25 to $50 a WeeK in
of Jobs Waiting
for Competent Alen
in All Parts of
In addition to tho Immonso number
now In operation about 300,000 Auto
mobiles will be manufactured this
year and this moans work for thous
ands of men qualified to Sell, Repair,
Drlvo and Demonstrate Automobiles
and Trucks. The Rochester Automo
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him an opportunity to make $10 week
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"I havo no patience with Dubbins,
no sneers at Velasquez."
"Well, I don't caro much for foreign
ers myself, but If Velasquoz Is ufrlond
of yours, I don't blamo you for get
ting soro.''Blrmingham Age-norald.
"Are you an optimist or a pessi
mist?" "Both. I hope for tho best, but I
don't bet on it as a sure thing."
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It makes no difference how long you
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If you have experimented with other
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cure do not bo discouraged but send
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compound discovered by a Professor of
Vienna University, and Is being
recommended by thousands.
July 21, 1011.
Rev. Poston filled his regular ap
pointment at the Christian Church
Sunday and dined with J. W. Vaughan
James Shrlver has returned home
from Cincinnati, where he has been
attending business college for the past
E. S. Redkoy and family spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Howard Coch
ran and wife, of Prlcetown.
Dr. H. W. Chaney pu chased an
Charley Hedrlck and wife, were
visitors at Ira Shrlver's, recently.
Rev. Easton, of Winchester, will
preach at the M. E. Church here next
Sunday, July .'JO, at 11 o'clock. There
will bo sacramental services follow
lng tho sormon.
J. D. Booth and family and Miss
Mildred Booth, of M uncle, Ind., were
guests Sunday of Homer Marlott and
Miss Lummle Bunn, formerly of
this place but now of West Union,
was married to Dr.
Union, on Monday,
will make their
Irwin, of West
July 17. They
home at North
Nick I lord en and wlfo entertained
Sunday Branson Vanzant, wife and
daughter, of Fairfax, and Starling
A. K. RotroU and wlfo visited
friends at Mowrystown, recently.
For summer diarrhoea in children
always glvo Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Romedy and
castor oil, and a speedy cure Is cer
tain. For sale by all dealers.
One hundred and ilfteen Great
Northern locomotives are bolng over
hauled and changed from coal burners
to oil burners.
July 21, 11(11.
Mrs. Maggie Garman, of Sinking
Spring, spont Sunday with her grand
mother, Mrs. Permella A. Klssllug.
Benjamin MurreiPand son, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Mechlin, of Cllir Range,
Agnes Waddoll and IJenson Butler
called on G. W. Murren and daughter
Mrs. Rebecca Stults is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Stults.
James Irons and wife, of Middle
town, former residents of this place,
arc visiting relatives in this vicinity.
Mrs. Mary Bobb is the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Charlie McCoppin, of
II. V. Matthews and wifo called on
the lattor's cousin, Lou Wood and
wife, of near Rainsboro, Sunday af
Mrs. Mattte Rhoads visited her
niece at Balnbrldge Friday and was
accompanied homo by her sister, Mrs.
Jane Irons, of Washington U. n.
Leonard Butlor, who has been
spending a week with relatives at
Butler's Spring, roturned to his home
at Lathem Monday.
Daniel Garman, of Sinking Spring,
called on Granville nockman Sunday.
Edward White and wife visited the
former's father, near CHIT Range,
Mrs J. O. Stults and Miss LoraBobb
called on the latter's cousin, Mrs
Irraa Mason, Saturday afternoon, who
is qulto ill at her father's home near
Fred Roads and family spent tho
latter part of last week with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Rhoads,
of near Sinking Spring.
Mrs. John Brecknell and children,
of Springfield, aro spending several
days with tho formor's mothor, Mrs.
Mrs. Mattlo Rhoads and Miss Ethol
Wentz woro the guests of Aunt Susan
Rhoads, of near Sinking Spring, on
Nine millions a year aro spent on
the maintenance of roads in England.
July 21, 11)11.
Rev. Sellers and wife, of James
town, wern guests of Silas Sparks and
wife, over Sunday.
Donald Ponsyl, of Nolsonvlllo, Is
visiting his grand-parents, W m.
Myers and wife.
Geo. Henderson, who was taken sud
denly ill Friday while attondlng tho
ball game, is Improving slowly.
Lottie Robinson, of New Market,
was the guest of Sara and Madge
Mrs. Morton Russe1,of Sablna, spent
Saturday and Sunday with John
Arasmlth and wife.
Mrs. Geo. Haas and son, Harold,
and Daryl Johnson returned from the
Dahl-Mllllgan trip Saturday evening,
and report a line time.
Mrs Carl Ousley and children, of
Louisville, Ky , aro guests this week
at the home of S. R. Ousley.
Virgil P. Sparks, of St. Louis, Is tho
guest of his parents, Silas Sparks and
Parey Naylor and wlfo attended the
funeral of the latter's grand-father,
Mr. Ellis, Saturday, near Martins
burg. Madge Purdy Is spending a few
weeks at Hlllsboro and Now Market,
visiting her sister, and friends.
Virgil Ferman was the guest of his
father, Harry Ferman, of Greenfield,
Claude Pavey returned Wednesday
from a visit with his sister, Mrs. Paul
Monroe, of Gallon.
Chas. Penn and family were guests
of Pot Pavey, Saturday night and Sun
day. Win. Georgo and wife were visitors
Wednesday, of Wm. Houston and wife,
Ben Jamison and family were guests
at tho homo of Lewis Grute, Sunday.
Mark Beard, of Columbus, was the
guest of his mother, Mrs. Winkle, a
few days last week.
Miss Modena Dates, of Arcanum, Is
here visiting her father, Thadlus
A party of young folks enjoyed an
outing at the caves Friday.
Dr. Roads was a business visitor In
Earl and Ester Henderson return
ed Friday from Sugartreo Ridge.
Miss Ruth Moore has returned from
a visit with her grand-parents, at
J. II. Wright visited at the country
home of his son, Chas. Wright, a part
of last week.
Miss Jennie Ellis Is visiting at tho
home of her brother, M. M. Ellis.
Austlo Barrett Is spending a few
weeks at Athens, visiting Miss Ethel
Boelgner ana other friends.
Miss Jessie Smith has returned to
Wilmington to resume her work, after
a three weeks Illness at the home of
"For Every Living- TliiiigOn The
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ment and caro of "Every Living Thing
on tho Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs,
sheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
phreys' Vetlnary Specifics ; also a sta
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
up. Free by mall on application. Ad
dress Humphreys Ilomeo Med. Co.,
Corner Williams & Ann Sts., N. Y.
It was at a reception and the lady
who had been reading on health cul
ture mistook Lawyer Williams for his
brother, tho doctor.
"Is It better," sho asked confiden
tially, "to lie on tho right side or the
"Madame," replied the lawyer, "If
one is on the right sldo it often isn't
necessary to Ho at all." Success.
Happiest Girl in Lincoln.
A Lincoln, Neb., girl writes, " I had
beon ailing forsomo tlmo with chronic
constipation and stomach trouble. I
began taking Chamberlain's Stomach
and Liver Tablets and in three days I
was able to bo up and got better right
along, I am tho proudest girl In Lin
coln to find such a good medicine."
or sale by all dealers.
"And you made a small fortune out
"Where do you keop your chickens ?'
"I navon't any,
I publish books on
how to ralso 'em."
Newspapers throughout the land
now havo tholr "Chatter from tho
provinces," the provinces being all
tho states but their own. When New
York spoaks of tho provinces It moans
tho country that Is not Now York City
anu is supposeaiy provincial.
In 2111. FirstMomber So she has
nogood claim to belong to our Daugh
ters of Aristocratic Lineage Socloty? i
Second Member No Indeed. I havo
fully Investigated her case, and her
ancestor only went south with tho
New York team In 1011, and was then
sent back to tho minors, nistory
doesn't show that he over played In a
big league game In his life Puck.
July 24, 1011.
Mrs. Roush, of Hlllsboro, spent
Sunday with Mrs. M. E. Sonner and
Mrs. Edgar Edwards, of New Vien
na, was the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Terrell, a few days last week.
Mr and Mrs. Eggleston and son,
James, of Glencoe, Ky., are the guests
of Wm. Stautner and family.
Horace Murphy and family were In
Miss Inez Morrow, of Hlllsboro, Is
spending her vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morrow.
L. L. Farls and sister, Llllle, ro
turned last week from an extended
visit In California.
Miss Inez Troth Is the guest of
Miss Naomi Pattonat Yellow Springs.
Alonzo Larkln and O. B. Connell
and son, Glenn, of Sainantha, wore
guests of Warren Connell recently.
Miss Frances Troth left Tuesday
for a visit with relatives at Dayton
G. A. Smith and wife, of near Cuba,
and R. S. Lazenby and wife, of Blan
chester, were guests of J. B. Hunter
and family Sunday.
J. B. Garner, of Farmers Station,
spent Sunday with Warren Connell
Mrs. Mant. Lacy, of Blanchester, Is
tho guest of her sister, Mrs S. S.
Leslie Gorsuth and Brlce Mitzel, of
Bethany, spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mrs. Perry and family. They
were accompanied homo by their sis-
, ters, who have been the guests of
friends here the past two weeks.
Miss Mpggle Kelllse. of Wabash,
Ind Is with her mother, Mrs. J. W.
Chaney, for a short visit.
Clem Burton and family, of Hllls
boro, spent Sunday with relatives
Turner Shaffer, who was taken HI
with appendicitis Friday evening,
was relieved of his Intense sutTering
by death Vednesday morning. Mr.
ShafTer was In his 48th year and was
well known in Lynchburg and vicini
ty, having conducted a barber shop
here for tho past twenty years. He
leaves a wife, live children, several
brothers and a host of friends to
mourn his loss. The family have the
sympathy of the entire community.
Funeral services were conducted from
the Lutheran Church Friday at 2 p.
m. by Row Wagner, of Cincinnati ;
interment In the Masonic Oometery.
Mrs. Matilda Fields died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Clnnle
Miller, Saturday. Funeral services
wero conducted by Rev. W. S. Gray at
the home Monday at 4 p. m. Mrs.
Fields w as an aged and respected res
ident of Lynchburg.
Mr. Bisher, an aged resident of this
place, died at his home on North
Broadway Friday evening. Funeral
services wero conducted from the
Christian Church Monday at 2 p. in.
by Rev. Elmore.
Louis Swabel, of Cincinnati, was
tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Dun
canson tho past week.
Dana McAdow Is spending the
week In Cincinnati.
Mrs. Chas. Richards and Miss Llda
Farls, of Hlllsboro, spent Wednesday
and Thursday with the DeLaney and
Mrs. natcher, of Hlllsboro, spent
the past week at tho homo of her
daughter, Mrs. M. E. Sonner.
Miss Bee Bobblt, of Balnbrldge, Is
the guest of her parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Brown, of Ham
ilton, are guests of C. E. Patton and
Dr. J. B. Kleckner and son. J. B..
Jr., are guests of friends at Stone
Rov. Sellers, of Jamestown, deliver
ed two excellent addresses here Sun
day In tho Interestsof tho Anti-Saloon
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This offer is mado to introduce thoir
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An American took an Englishman
to a theator.; JAn actor in tho farce,
about to die, exclaimed: "Please, dear
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The Englishman turned to his
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Tuesdays and Fridays
Ilours 11 to 4.
Mr. and Mrs. John Webster, of
Russell, wero guests of Prank Tedrlck
Mrs. Cleo Morehead, who has been
visiting relatives here the past week,
returned to her home in Greenfield,
Virgil and Beulah Farls, of Dan
ville, 111., are spending their vacation
with their cousins, Gali and Isma
Mr. and Mrs. David Kesler took
dinner with Arthur Former's, Sunday.
Miss Inez Strotip visited relatives
near Dodsonvllle, Thursday.
Mrs. Joo I rost and Baby and Mrs.
Dora McDanlol, of Allensburg, were
entertained Saturday and Sunday at
Mrs. Lucy Frost's
John Drake and .son, James, wero
business visitors in Hlllsboro, Satur
day. Earnest Roush and wife and Miss
Hattlo Tedrlck visited thler grand
parents at Russell, Sunday.
Mrs. Fred Granger and daughter,
Elizabeth, were shopping In lllllsobro
John Glbler, of Prlcttown, spont
over Sunday with relatives here.
Misses Jessie and Margery Orange
wore in Norwood Sunday. Llttlo
Ilorshell Grablll who has been visit
ing his grand-mothor, Mrs. Orange,
roturned to his home in Mlddletown
at tho samo tlmo.
Charles Roush was a business visit
or In Hlllsboro, Saturday.
Bort Thornburg and family of
nillsboro, visited with David Vanco
Mr. and Mrs. Costello, Russell Holi
day, Walter Holiday and wife, and
llttlo Emerson Thornburg, of nills
boro, were guests at Cy. Shaffer's Sun
day. W. D Noble and daughter snnnt-.
Thursday at Stephen Sinclair's.
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