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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY OCTOBER 3. 19i2.
I EVERYBODY GOES TO 1
THE RAINSBORO FAIR
OCTOBER 8, 9, 10 AND II
Larger premiums in many departments. Four days of instruction and amusement. An exhibit in large tent from Wooster Experiment Station.
Ohio Department of Agriculture will conduct a Tuberculosis Demonstration, consisting of a practical tuberculin test of two diseased and two supposedly
Animals to be Slaughtered on the Grounds on Friday of Fair
H Wednesday. . .- .
THREE BANDS Ladies' Band, of Hillsboro, on Wednesday. Peebles Band on Thursday. Price's Premier Band on Friday. 3
H THREE BALL GAMES Commencing at 10:00 a. m. on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Full Racing Programs in afternoons. 5
Large Live Stock and Agricultural Products Display. The Monibak Coffee Co. will serve hot coffee free to all during lunch hour. g
Sept. 30, 1912.
John Edlngfleltl and wife and daugh
ter, May, of New Vienna, Mr. and Mrs.
R. T. Leaverton and Miss Bertha West
were guests of Mrs. Nannie Sanders,
Herman Hodson left Sunday for
Cleveland, where he will attend Medi
cal College thlsyear.
Mrs. Lloyd and children and Mrs.
Edith Sparks and. children, of Wash
ington C. H were guests of Silas
Sparks and wife from Friday until
Mrs. C. C. Eedkey is visiting her
father, Eev. Middleton, at Yellow
Misses Margaret and Graco Huff,
Ruth Adams and Madge Purdy de
lightfully entertained by Miss Lydia
Barrett at her home near Bridges
J. D. Hodson visited his brother, Dr.
Hodson, at Washington O. H., Sunday.
Misses Jennie and Ella Bartley, of
Hillsboro, were week end guests of
their niece, Mrs. Bessie Cox.
T. T. Smith and wife left Sunday for
an extended visit with relatives in
Idaho and North Dakota.
David Sanders returned to his home
here from Washington C. n. last Sat
urday. He Is recovering nicely from
his recent illness.
G. L. Woodmansee, of Washington
C. H., visited relatives here Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mrs. Moon, of Wilmington, was the
guest of Mrs. Chance and daughter,
Emma, last Friday.
S. A. Leaverton has purchased R. P.
Barrett's residence property on South
Grant Fairley and wife motored over
from Wilmington Friday and were
guests of relatives at this place.
Albert Ferneu and family now occu
py the Cary Naylor property on West
Rev. J. M. Bailey and R. R. Jones
were visitors In Chllllcothe Friday.
Mrs. VirginlaJHodson and baby were
guests of herj parents, Elmer Syferd
and wife last Sunday.
A number of Hillsboro ladles Inter
ested in soliciting funds for the pro
posed Highland County Hospital were
visitors here Friday afternoon.
Mrs. Georgia Hiatt, of Wilmington,
visited her parents, R. P. Barrett and
wife, last Friday. She was accom
panied homely her sister, Miss Louise,
ner parents will remove to Wilming
ton today. The people of Leesburg
regret losing this estimable family but
wish them success in their new home.
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure it with as little delay as possible.
Here Is a druggist's opinion : "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
fifteen years," says Enos Lollar, of
Saratoga-, Ind., "and consider it the
best on the market' For sale by all
For Every Living Thing On The
Free ; a 500 page book on the treat
ment and care of "Every Living Thing
on the 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 mail on application. Ad
dresa Humphreys Borneo Med. Co.,
Corner Williams & Ann Sts.,N,Y, ady
Scarborough msnrance. adv
with the above, Dr. Rufus
Sept. 30, 1912.
A son was born to Archie Bishop and
Mrs. Arthur Hatcher left last Wed
nesday for Missouri, where she will
spend several weeks with her brothers.
G. G. O. Pence and wife and son,
Ralph, spent Monday with F. L.
Crosen and family.
Chas. Gladle and family moved
Thursday to the Jas. Roads farm.
F. L. Crosen and wife and daughter,
Ruby, visited relatives at Marshall
Hamer Michael and family, Frank
Michael and family, John Michael and
family, of New Vienna, and Thomas
Michael and family spent Sunday with
Lafe Calloway and family.
- Miss Essa Cowman is spending sever
al weeks with relatives in Hillsboro.
Frank Achor and family, Misses
Ella, Daisy and Alice Kier and Sam
Mann, of Hillsboro, spent Sunday with
Arthur Kier and family.
Miss Eleanor McRlght Is very 111.
Jesse Welbley spent Sunday with his
parents, Wm. Welbley and family.
Charley Holladay and family, and
Chas. Edingfield and family spent
Sunday with Sam Edingfield and wife.
Andy Runyon and family spent Sun
day with E. L. Chaney.
Quite a good crowd attended the
Sunday School convention at this place
Sick headache is caused by a disor
dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head
aches will disappear. For sale by all
Sept. 30, 1912.
A harvest home meeting will be held
at the Lutheran church Sunday after
noon and night.
Miss Dena Ludwick, of Allensburg,
spent Sunday with Llllle Armentrout.
Mrs. Ozro Stroup spent Sunday
afternoon with her daughter, Mrs.
J. M. Roads and family, of St. Mar
tins, spent Sunday with Fred Miller
Misses Rosa Stroup and Merle Houk
spent Sunday with Miss Mattle Red
key. About 25 members of the Stoup i.ud
Shaffer families gathered at Hiram
Shaffer's Sunday and had a family
T. E. Aber and wife spent Sunday
with his brother, Nathan Aber.
Alvln Taylor, of Lynchburg, has
moved into his own property and Mrs.
Mary Tedrlck has moved with her
son, J. W. Carroll, and family.
Mrs. Allle Henderson and daughter,
Blanche, spent Thursday with her
daughter, Mrs. Geo. Dunselth.
Frank Strieker and wife are visiting
friends In Norwood and Cincinnati
Miss Merle Roads spent Sunday
with Miss Leona Stroup.
Mrs. P. L. Baker Is visiting friends
at Boston this week.
Geo. Shafier, who has been sick for
the past two weeks, Is slowly recover
ing. Rebecca Cahoon and niece spent
several days last week with her sister,
Mrs. P. L. Baker.
Leonard Aber and Lovelle Haw
thorn Bpent Sunday with Ruth and
Jennie Piister, at Pike Chapel.
healthv and diseased oreans
Blume; Health offcer of Cincinnati, will give a series of
Sept. 30, 1012.
John Webster and wife moved from
this place to Falrvlew Into the prop
erty of Arthur Tener. James Chaney
and family, of Dunn's Chapel, bought
the Webster property and will take
possession this week.
James Brltton, of Newark, visited
his parents here recently.
The W. F. M. S. will meet at the
residence of Mrs. A. Cv Oldaker on
Thursday, Oct. 3, at 2 p. m.
Frank Hart and Bert Chaney re
cently visited at Everett Thomp
son's near Hillsboro.
Estel Fenner and wife and children,
of Columbus, spent a few days re
cently at the homes of Frank Burton
and Charles Fenner.
William Brltton and wife, after
spending a few days at their home
here, left Thursday to spend a few
days with their son, James, at New-
' ark, and with their daughter, Mrs.
Myrtle Wright, at Columbus, after
which they will return to Chicago to
spend the winter.
Edwin R. Oldaker and Miss Sylvia
Bell Ellis were married at the resl-
I dence of J. S. Oldaker last Tuesday
by Rev. Dresch, The happy couple
left on the 2:30 train for a few days
visit with friends and relatives in
Springfield and Cincinnati.
Mrs. Susan Hart spent Sunday with
her father, Robert Barnett, at Allens
burg. Miss Mabel Hodson, of Loveland,
spent a few days recently at the home
of her uncle, Frank Burton.
Mrs. Amie Burton and son, Ulric,
were guests at the home of her niece,
Mrs. Blanch Hopkins, at Hillsboro,
last Thursday night and Friday.
Mrs. Janle Chapman, of Hoaglands,
visited at the home of Turner Hart
Mrs. Martha Boatright and daugh
ter, Mrs. Ollie Hicks, of Greenfield,
are spending a few days at the home
of Ulric Carpenter and family.
Mrs. Mary A Richardson Is visiting
her son at Blanchester.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at John
W. Oldaker's on Friday, Oct. 11, at
2:30 p. m. All are cordially Invited.
rjlrlc Carpenter and family were
visiting friends at Allensburg a few
days last week.
Isma Troth, of Lynchburg, called
on Phillip Belles last Wednesday.
Andy Runyan and Mfe and two
children were guests of relatives at
Leroy Kesler and wife are visiting
Lewis Brewer and wife of Cincinnati.
Quarterly meeting at Lynchburg
next Friday, Oct. 4, at 2:30 p. m.
Father How is it that I find you
kissing my daughter? Answer me,
sir! How is it?
Young ManNine, sir ; fine ! Satire
BUte of Ohio, city of Toledo. )
, Lucas Count. J00"
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho la
eenlor partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney
& Co.. doing business In the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said firm will pay the sum of ONH
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery case of Catarrh that cannot be curfcd
by the use of HALL'S CATAIUIH CURE.
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
(Seal) A. W. OLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken internally
and acts' directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. D.
Said bv all Druimlnta. 76c'
TsJcs tUtt's FwsUy glUs for ceastiysUon.
exhibited to the oublic on
Sept. 30, 1912.
Rev. Barr filled his regular ap
pointment at the Christian church
Charles Roberts and wife enter
tained a number of relatives at dinner
Ellis Igo and wife and mother, of
Bethel, visited relatives here Sun
day. Lewis Igo and family entertained
N. M. Forsythe and family Sunday.
Miss Lillian Askren spent Sunday
afternoon with Amy Igo.
Clement Gaymon is attending school
Ralph Edminston entertained John
Boyd and wife and daughter, Ruby,
Mrs. Verna Shaw Is seriously 111.
RoyKalne has rented the Wilkin
Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
the antlsepticjpowder to shake into
the shoes. Makes tight or new shoes
fell easy. Relieves painful, swollen,
tender, sweating, achlngj feet and
takes the sting out of corns and bun
Ions. Sold everywhere, 25c Don't
accept any substitute. Sample FREE.
Address, (Allen IS. Olmsted, LeRoy,
N. Y. adv
"Why does your son wish to enter
the diplomatic service? Does he think
ho has a special aptitude for it ?"
"Yes; henasbeen a member of a
church choir for two years without
becoming Involved in any of Its quar
rels." Chicago Record-Herold.
Motherfctiray's Sweet.Powders for
Rellevefeverlshness, Bad Stomach,
Teething Disorders, move and regu
late theJBowels and are a pleasant
remedy.forjworms. Used by mothers
for 22 years. They never fail. At all
Druggists, 25c. SamplojFREE. Ad
dress, A. S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. adv
Sept. 90, 1912.
Roy Moorhead, of Greenfield, came
down Saturday for the purpose of
packing his household goods. Monday
he moved to Greenfield where he has
Mrs. R. O. Daisley is spending a few
days at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Myra Cochran, at Prlcetown.
Miss Inez Stroup has returned from
a visit at the home of Mrs. Joe Brul
port, at Dodsonville.
Henry Rector and family entertain
ed Mrs. W E. Burton and children
David-Kesler and wjfe entertained
Henry Saum and family Sunday.
" John Webster and wife have moved
from Russell to thej'ener; property
which they recently purchased.
Mrs. Ed Burton Is visiting her son
Miss Margery Orange is at home
from a two weeks visit with Mrs.
Edith Molor, in Brown county.
The relatives of George Saum, whose
home was at Valley Junction, Io., re
ceived word last week that Mr. Saum
had been killed by atrain on a crossing
near that place. Mr, Saum lived here
many years ago and is ritmembered by
the older people.
Paring knives 5c to
15c at Stab
lectures illustrated with
I have purchased the gasoline and coal 'oil busi
ness formerly conducted by Finch; & Finch. -1
shall endeavor to give prompt and courteous ser
vice at all tinies. Your patronage solicited and
Sept 30, 1912.
Miss Eva Porter, of Sinking Spring,
spent Sunday with Edward White
Robert Treaber and wife and little
daughter, of Cliff JRange, spent Sun
day Avith Fred Roads and family.
Osle and Bessie Deardoff spent Sun
day with Miss Eva Rhoads.
J ohn Nace and wife, of Sinking
Spring, spent Saturday with Mrs.
Permelia A. Klssllng.
. Ray and Chess Deardoff spent Sun
day with their cousin, Vernon Roads.
Willie Tompson, of Bainbridge, is
the guest of ills grandmother, Mrs.
Miss Grace Williams entertained
several young folks Wednesday night
In honor of Tom and Alma Country
man, whohave gone to Middletown3
Lank Long and wife, of Detroit,
Mich., and Mrs. Elmer Cameron, of
Marshall, spent Thursday with Mr.
and Mrs. I. W. Stults.
Austin'Eubanks and wife and son,
visited relatives in Pike Co., Sunday.
Mrs. Blanche Mattlson and sister,
Miss Bess L. Butler, called on Gran
ville Hockman and wife and JJrs.
Permelia A. Klssllng Sunday after
noon. Celia Grove spent Sunday with her
nephew, Ed McKeever, of n&ar Cliff
Mrs. Absalom Lafferty, of Lawshee,
is the guest of J. B. Turner.
John Hockman, who has been work
ing In the northern part of-the state,
spent Saturday and Sunday at home.
John O. Stults was a visitor in
Mrs. Mattle Roads and Miss Ethel
Wentz were visitors at the home of
H. M. Eubanks Friday.
Lawrence Kessfer and wife spent
Sunday In Sinking Spring.
If you have young children you have
perhaps noticed that disorders of the
stomach are their most common ail
ments. To correct this you will find
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets excellent. They are easy and
pleasant to take, and mild and gentle
in effect. For sale by all dealers, adv
The Australian ostrich feather in
dustry Is growing rapidly and constant
Itouse For Sale.
Good frame house, 0 rooms with good
barn and other outbuildings. 3 acres
of ground, plenty of fruit. Property
situated inWUlettsvllle. Call on or
address adv J5. B. Reevks,-(10-17)
Hillsboro E R, No. 7.
New Rye Straw.
The brightest and nicest you ever
saw. XtRlchard Mill, adv (10-10) -
Stereoptican views on H fl
131 East Beech' Street
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Very low one way Colonist Tickets
on sale September 25 to October 10.
843.45 TO OALIFORNIA.
844.10 TO PORTLAND, ORE.
And other North Pacific coast
points. And to many other Western
LOW round frln hnma caabavo tlnlr.
ets. On sale the first and Ithfrd Tues
day of each month to the West. Smith
and Southwest. Long limit, liberal
Three fast trains daily to the East
and West Steel eaulDment. excellent
service. We can ticket you to any
For detail information. slennar ta.
ervation, etc, call on S. G. Griffin,,
local B. & O. S-W. ticket agent, or
H. O. STEVENSON,
Division Passenerer Atrent. Ohilli-
cothe, Ohio. ,
Some day you will be obliged
to wear the
Satisfactory Kind of Eye Glasses
Your eyes can't endure in
difference, neither can you.
Why Not Now?
Today is the day of satis
faction in eye experience. Are
you using- your eyes?
"The Most Modern Eyesight"
Dr. G. F, Fans,
THE- EXCLUSIVE OPTIGIAN
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hillsboro, O.
John Pfarr will clean and press and
mend that suit until it; will look u
good as new. t also do dry cleaning,
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
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