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Oct. 14, 1912.
Born to Harley Montgomery and
wife a son, on Friday night.
Frank McNlcol and wife, of Blan
Chester, were the guests of Wilber
Nolder and wife.
Mrs. Claudia Booth, of Kenmore, Is
spending a fortnight with her parents,
0. MIcheal and wife.
Chas. Day, of Blanchester, was a
visitor at the home of Clarence Dean
the latter part of the week.
Mrs. C. C. Triplet who.has been ser
iously 111 at her home on Pearl street,
was taken to Chrlsts Hospital Sunday
evening, where she will receive special
treatment, her daughter Mrs. Meyers
Rev. A. C. Martin, wife and grand
daughter, left Monday morning for
Urbana where they will attend Synod.
They will also visit at St Paris before
Lon Kellis returned to his home in
Cairo, 111., Monday after a short visit
with his mother
Harold Hodson returned home last
evening after spending two weeks In
a Medical College in Cleveland.
W. H. and A. L. Bobbltt were busi
ness visitors in Dayton Tuesday.
Pat McCabe and wife are in Cincin
nati where Mr. McCabe Is in a hospital.
He is reported to be seriously 111.
Mrs. D. S. Slmpklns was with her
daughter at Madlsonville a part of
Mrs. Racheal Cleveland Is with rela
tives in Cincinnati for two weeks.
Wm. Stauntnor and wife left this
morning for a weeks visit at Chata
nooga, Tenn., they will also attend the
International Missionary Convention
In Louisville, Ky. Their daughter,
Clara, is with her aunt In Covington,
during their stay.
Homer Chaney, of Hlllsboro, was
with his brother, Sunday.
Herchel Henderson, wife and two
fions, were guests of Chas. Williams
and wife, of near Fayettevllle,Sunday.
Dan Murphy and family, of "Hllls
boro, were with Miss Fannie Chaney
and father, Sunday.
Frank McNlcol and wife, of Blan
chester, Wilbur Nolder and family
and Wm. Julian and family were en
tertained at the home of Harry
Oestere and wife, Sunday.
Wm. Saylor and wife shopped in Cin
Luther Barnes, wife and son, and
Clarence Pickerell, wife and daughter,
attended band concert In Wilmington
Harry Murphy and wife were the
guests of Frank Hill and wife inHills-
boro, Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. O. E. Roush and son, Marshall,
were in Cincinnati Saturday.
John Pratt and family, of Dodson
vllle, were entertained by Al. Pratt
and famljy, Sunday.
Clark Ogden and wife, of Vienna,
were guesta of her parents, over Sun
day. Miss Lottie Archer who Is staying
in Oxford spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Archer.
Brough Smith and wife were with
friends in Cincinnati Saturday and
Dr. McAdow and wife entertained
J, A. McAdow and wife and J. L. De
Laney and wife at dinner Sunday. They
had with them In the afternoon, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Whlsler and daughter
and Miss Ruth Redkey, of Hlllsboro.
Wm. West and family motored to
Olarksville Sunday and spent the day
with Rev. Ferenger and family.
D. Turner and 'wife had with them
Saturday and Sunday, Mrs. Mary Tur
ner, of Martinsville, and Mrs. Laura
Sneed, of Springfield.
J. n. Berry man and wife, of Hllls
boro, were with their daughter, Mrs.
Frank Pflster, Sunday
Miss Vade Murphy is visiting at the
home of J. A. Shannon at Castalla, O.,
, since Wednesday.
George DeLaney and family and Dr.
Garner and wife were with Dr. Srofe
and family in Leesburg, Friday. Mr.
and Mrs. DeLaney were In Cincinnati
Fred Slmklns and family have moved
Into their home on Sycamore street,
George Smith and family moved Into
part of the house they vacated on
Broadway and Dr. Chaney's have
moved into tha hou-e vacated by
Smiths on Pearl street.
Again the death Angel has visited
the home and taken a loved one. John
McReynolds was born near Union
town, Pa., March 12, 1831, died Oct. 8,
1912, aged 78 years, 0 months and 20
days. He was united in marriage to
Mary A. Vance Oct. 4, 1860 by Rev. G
W. Taylor. To them were born three
sons and one daughter, all of whom
are living, Frank L., of Columbus, R,
B. and W, D., of Gerlaw, 111., and
Mrs. C. A. Lemon, of New Market.
He united with the Baptist church
at New Market, April 1865 and was
baptized by Rev. Joseph Smith, pas
tor of the church at that time. Bro,
McReynolds was a faithful memberof
the church, never missing a church
service when at home and able to go.
He was a teacher in the Sabbeth
school for years and was held In high
esteem by his class.
He was a fine mechanic, many
building standing as a living witness
to his memory. He held the oulce of
Justice of the Peace In his township
for many years. Besides his children,
he leaves an aged companion-to mourn
the loss of a kind and devoted hus
band and 'father and three brothers
who live In the west.
"Sunset and evening star.
And one clear call lor me.
And ma; there He no moaning -of tbe bar,
When J put put to Sea.
Twilight and evening bell
And after that the dark;
And marithere be no adness -ci farewell,
When I embark.
For tao from out our bourne of time and
The.flood may bear me far,
I hope to see my Pilot lace to face,
Whcul have crossed the bar,"
T. R. V.
We desire to thank our neighbors
and friends who so kindly assisted us
in caring for husband and fattier, .also
The Hershey .& Rice Mfg. Co. and em
ployes, of Columbus, for their beautl'
ful floral offering, Rev. J. Handlings
worth for his words of cheer and sym
pathy and D. M. Evans for his kind
Mrs. John McReynolds and children.
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-mall on application. Ad;
dress Humphreys -Homeo Med. Co.,
Corner Williams & Ann Sts.,N.Y. adv
Oct. 14, 1912.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ed
minston Oct. 11, a son.
Ellis Igo called on Henry. Wilkin
Geo. Wood and wife, of near Lynch
burg, were visiting David Askren and
family Saturday and Sunday.
' John Shaw and family were visiting
relative near Berryvllle, Sunday.
Miss Ruth Bunn has been visiting
relatives In Mowrystown.
Lewis lgo and family were guests of
Ellis Igo, Sunday.
Amy and Thelma Igo called on Anna
Landess Saturday night.
Mrs. Llndsey Volers and daughter,
Clara, called on Mrs. Lewis Igo, Sat
Several from here attended the S. S.
convention at Miller's Chapel, Sunday.
SctirJoroflgJ Ileal Estate, adv
- HeRALD, HILLSBORO,
Oct 14, 1912.
Dr. Srofe, of Lynchburg, is visiting
his son, Dr. J. A. B. Srofe andfamlly.
Miss Helen Stevens, of Hlllsboro, Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. B.
Roads and family.
Mrs. Nancy Thurman is In Clncln
natl, the guest of her daughter, Miss
Harry Ferneauand wife visited rela
tives near Washington, C. Hi, Satur
day night and Sunday.
0. B. Cox and family visited rela
tives near Marshall, Sunday.
N. R. Barrett, of Hlllsboro, was a
business visitor here Saturday.
Mrs. Cecil Carpenter and son, of
Columbus visited relatives here last
John Arrasmlth and wife have re
turned from a pleasant weeks visit,
with relatives In Columbus. I
C. F Rogers Is on a business trip to
Sulphur, Okla, i
Silas Sparks and wife visited rela
tives in Sabina Saturday night and
Mrs. Drusllla Patton and family
have moved from Greenfield to their
property on South Fairfield street. I
Mrs. Peterson and daughter, Mabel,
of Peebles, are visiting her parents J.
D. Mitchell and family.
Geo. DeLaney and family and Miss .
Marlie Van Winkle, of Lynchburg, '
spent Friday with Dr. Srofe and fam
ily. Stanley Leaverton and family visited
Mrs. Leaverton's parents on
Mrs. Cynthia Johnson and daughter,
Mrs. Ella Van Pelt are visiting Dr.
Spears and family in Cumberland, Md. i
A large number of Leesburg's citi-'
zens were in attendance at the Rains
boro Fair last week. I
Mrs. Margaret Teter has returned t
home from Dayton. She was accom-
pained by .her daughter, Mrs. Mary,
Miller, who will make her home here
wun ner moiner.
Mr. Dunfap and wife, of Highland,
were guests of I V. Mitchell and fam
ily last Sunday.
H. P. Morrow and O. F. Horst were
business visitors here last Thursday.
After a pleasant visit with her
daughter, Mrs. S. R. Ousley and fami
ly, Mrs. M. E. Vance returned to her
home in Norwood last week.
Laborers are much wanted in nitrate
fields of Chill and in railway construc
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. Oct. 14, 1012.
Earl G. Weaver and Miss Alma
Reed, of Union Plain, were married
last Monday at Georgetown by Rev.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wiggins and Mrs. E.
Pulllam, of nillsboro, were the guests
of thoir sister, Mrs. S. A. Lyons, last
Mrs. Wm. Mabln and children and
nenry Dunn, of Sardinia, were guests
of J. A. Mabin and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fawley of Dayton,
visited their daughter, Mrs. Dr. San
derson, last week.
Mrs. Lincoln Harris, of Danville,
visited her slster-ln-law, Mrs. Wm
C. F. Rosselot and family took din
ner Snnday with Howard Holdman,
in Brown county.
Levitt Earhart and family were
guests of Oscar Cummlngs Sunday.
Arthur Roads and wife, of Cuba,
were guests of Joseph Roads and wife,
Saturday and Sunday
Starling Roberts and wife and son,
Frederick, were guests of Mrs. Bettie
Prof. J. H. Bradley attended the
Teachers' Association, In nillsboro,
Noah Waits and family were guests
of his brother, Asher Waits, Sunday.
Miss Myrtle Beltz entertained a
number of young ladles Sunday. Those
present were Misses Joyce Crawford,
Edith Stultz, Lola Roush, Delia Puck-
en, maggie muuBriy mm jjeua joiiii-
Word was received here last Thurs
day from St Louis, Mo., of the death
of Everett Colvln. Mr. Colvin was
born and raised at this place, nis
death was due to paralysis, nis
daughter, Mrs. Sherman Stultz, his
brother. Robert Colvin. and Mrs. San
fQTd Bradley, of this place, attended
tne f uneral at St. Louis.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Relieve'! feverishness, Bad Stomach.
Teething Disorders, move and regu
late theJBowels and are a pleasant
remedy forwornis. Used by mothers
for 22 years. They never fall. At a'l
Druggists, 25c. Sample FREE. Ad
dress, A. S. Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y. adv
A parachute for aviators that has
been patented in England is compact
enough to be worn in a cap, being
ready for constant use.
and as a special offer daring Octo
ber and November only we 'trill
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assorted with tars from HORSE SHOE.
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October 14, 1912,
The time for holding Sunday School
here has been changed to 1:30 p m.
The superintendent deslrei a full at
tendance Divine service will be
conducted immediately after the
close of Sunday school, by Rev. Dresch.
All are cordially invited to attend
James Brewer and family spent
Sunday with John Hawk and family
A number of the friends and rela
tives of Mrs. Josle Oldaker gave her
a surprise Thursday evening, the oc
casion being her birthday. All re
port a good time,
c John W. Oldaker, of Atlanta, 111 ,
arrived here Friday for a visit with
friends and relatives.
Ben Wilkin and wife attended
church at South Liberty yerterday.
Miss Grace Hart spent one day last
week with Mrs. John Luck at Lynch
burg. Riley nart and wife visited their
daughter, Mrs. Bert King, at Dan
ville, last Saturday night and Sun
day. John Webster, of Falrvlew, was
calling on friends here last Satur
day. The next meeting of the G. A. R.
will take place here on Saturday, Oct.
20, at 2 o'clock.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
the antiseptic powder to shake into
the shoes. Makes tight or new shoes
fell easy. Relieves painful, swollen,
tender, sweating, aching feet and
takes the sting out of corns and bun
Ions. Sold "everywhere, 25c Don't
accept any substitute. Sample FREE.
Address, lAllen S. Olmsted, LeRoy,
N. Y. adv
Oct. 14 1912
Mrs. Ruth Mount, of Aberdeen, Is
the guest of heir mother, Mrs. Susie
Chaney, who Is sick.
MarloniWhitley and family enter
tained a number of relatives and
Ed Barker and wife spent several
days last week with their two daugh
ters at irflddletown.
Ollle Gri tilth and wife and daughter,
of Maysville, Ky., were guests of Mrs.
Susie Chaney and family Friday.
May Snider was the guest of Mrs.
Chas. Rosselot, at Buford, Sunday.
Wm. Rhodes and wife and daughter
were guests of John Allen and family
Clarence Pulse and wife and two
sons were guests of relatives at Price
Mrs. Elizabeth Pulse was the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. Lillle Granger,
near Russell, Sunday.
Here Is awoman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence, viz., Mrs. P. H. Brogan, of Wil
son, Pa., who says, '! know from
experience that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other,
For croup there is nothing that excels
it." Forsalelby all dealers. adv
Oct. 14, 1912.
The tine shower that came last Sat
urday morning was appreciated by the
Hugh Anderson, of Hlllsboro, spent
the latter part of the week with his
lather on the farm.
Mrs. M. E. Harris, accompanied by
her cousin, Mrs. Morris, of Ekmanville,
are visiting relatives in Wilmington
Farmers are all done sowing wheat.
A. L. Anderson spent Saturday and
Sunday with his family in Hlllsboro.
Mrs. Lewis Shinkle has been the
guest of G. ;w. Sanders and family,
the past week.
Mr. Matthews, who moved here re
cently from Pike county, is sick.
Mrs. C. D. Vance and Mrs. Ben Ieto
spent Friday evening with Cyrus Grif
fith and family.
John A. Fenner, of New Market, was
a business caller here Wednesday.
Milton IHUIard was the guest of T.
R. Vancefand wife Sunday.
Walter Hamilton and famllv were
the guests of relatives at Dunn's
Chapel last Sunday.
Carey Emery attended the S. S.
Convention at Miller's Chapel last
Homer Harris and famHv were the
guests of G. W. Sanders and family
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Oct. 14, 1912.
Mrs. Wm. Dudley and children spent
Fiiday with her parents, D. F. Runk
Wm. Dee vers and wife and children,
Donald and Helen, Mrs. WalierWor
ley and daughter, Ruby, of Dayton,
Mrs. Maud Mock and Mrs. Elmira
Reece, of Xenia, spent Tuesday night
with F. L. Crosen and family,
Wm. Gibson and wife and E. M.
Vance and wife visited Cobern Vance
and wife Sunday.
Vivian Frostspent Wednesday night
with Ruth Kler.
Miss Mary Morrow, of Hlllsboro, Is
spending several days with friends at
Ohas. Frost and family visited rela
tives near New Vienna Sunday.
John Pond and wife, of Jefferson
vllle, are visiting her brother, H. N.
Arthur Hatcher and sister, Miss
Ellen, spent Sunday with Warren
Morrow and family, near Lynchburg.
Jesse Weibley, of Russell, visited
his parents, Wm Weibley and wife,
George Parshall and wife and daugh
ter, Mary, and Harley Parshall and
wife and children visited B W. Fen
ner and family, Sunday.
Chas. Moore and wife, of Hlllsboro,
Mrs. Len Holmes and Mrs. John John
son and daughter, Madge, spent Sun
day with Mrs. Elmlna Moore, who is
Ohas. Gladle and family called on
Wm. Weibley and family Sunday
F. L. Orosen and wife and Mrs.
Stewart Burton attended the funeral
of their cousin, Mrs. Cynthia Colvin,
at Antioch, Tuesday,
Arthur Kler and familv snent Sun.
day with Frank Achor and family, of
Mrs. Elmer Kinir. of Farmer's Sta.
tlon, and Vivian Purdy spent Sunday
witn (Jlarence Kler and family.
Misses Ella and Daisy Kler. of Hllls
boro, are spending a few days with
Arthur Kler and family.
Mrs. Dan Frost spent ono day last
with her parents near nillsboro.
"What would you call that clrl's
countenance who is constantly chang
ing ner expression ?"
"That Is the mobile face."
"And the one.wlth the fixed, expres
"That's the automobile face."