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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
Nov. 18, 1012.
Miss Mollio Ditty, of Columbus,
spent last week with her many friends
Al. Jfelke and wife and son, Harry,
were guests of 0. S. Puckett and wife,
at Bainbridge, over Sunday.
A numbor of J. W. Brewer's friends
met at his home Monday evening to re
mind him of another birthday anni
versary. B. Moon and wife moved to Martins
ville last week, where he will open a
George DeLaneyand family and Dr
Garner and wife spent Sunday with J.
A. Bering and wife, In Covington.
Wm, West and wife were "with
friends at Cuba Sunday. Mrs. West's
mother, Mrs. Bates, who has been
with them a lew days, returned to her
home with them.
Rev. Dresch returned home from
Arlington Friday. Mrs. Dresch was
not able to return with him.
About twelve members of the K. of
F. lodge attended the District Conven
tion held at Mowrystown Wednesday
G. L. DeLaney and wife, Mrs. Gar
ner, Mrs. Lon DeLaney, Mrs. H. B.
Galllett and Miss Vivian Woodrow
motored to Oxford Monday and spent
the day with Misses Norlneand Nelle
DeLaney and Hazel Galllett, who are
attending college there.
RoberfcBrown and family visited his
father at Harwood Sunday. "
Ferd Iladcllff and wife had as their
guests Dr. McAdow and wife and son,
Rev. Jones is holding a protracted
meeting in the Christian Church on
U. . Pence and wife visited Henry
Pence and wife, at Allensburg, Sun
day. Chas. Ingersoll and sons, of .Madison
vllle, spent Sunday with D. S. Sim
kins and family.
A number of the High School pupils
attended the production of "Hamlet''
in Cincinnati, Saturday.
The Ladles Aid of the M. E. Church
will hold a Thanksgiving market in
Herschel Henderson's office on Wed
nesday and on the same day the ladles
o(,ne Christian church will hold a
market next door to Sonner's grocery.
Mrs. Earl Harrison, of Barnesville,
is the guest of her parents here.
D. E. Pence, of Columbus, visited
his parents over Sunday.
Joseph Townsend and wife enter
tained Albort Townsend and wife and
son, of Greenfield, Samuel Griflln and
family, of Hillsboro, Mrs. Lizzie Mc
Klnzle, Mrs. Nellie Webster and Wil
mer Scott, Sunday.
For Every Living1 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' "Vetinary 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
' November 18, 1012.
Mrs. A. W. Willet spent Monday
with Mr. and Mrs. Wilkin Woodrow.
Mrs. Elijah Ervin entertained Mrs.
Ellen Hiestand, Henry Ervin and Mrs.
John Hiestand Sunday evening.
Miss Ellen McConnaughey and
Frank Yanzant were entertained by
the fdrmers' brother, Milton McCon
. Stanley Holliday is moving to the
property which he p&rchased of John
Bert Pierce and Harry Fettro are
shredding corn this week.
Miss Elsie Shipton, of Ralnsboro,
was the week end guest of Miss Ruth
Mr. and Mrs. Wilkin Woodrow spent
one day last week with the latter's
sister at Mowrystown.
Miss Laura Hedge Is convalescing.
James Ward, the gardner, Is build
ing a new green house.
Miss Julia Roads took dinner with
Mrs. T. J. McCoy one day last week.
The hunters are very busy in this
part of the country.-
Miss Ruth Stout Entertained Hen
ry Fender, of Taylorsvllle, and a lady
friend of near Cincinnati, at supper,
one evening last week.
Mrs. Hugh Cooper spent last Friday
with her paronts, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mrs Fred Hill called on Mrs. Wm.
"There could be no better-medicine
than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
My chlldrenjwere all sick with whoop
ing cough. One of them was in bed,
had a high fever and was coughing up
blood. Our doctor gave them Cham
berlaln's Cough Remedy and the first
dose eased them, and three bottles
cured them." says Mrs. R, A, Donald
son, of Lexington, Miss. For sale by
all dealers. adv
Ota friend of mine, whom I shall nee no more
How little have the white sails borne to aca
All that love wrought still lingers here with
Still, still we Btand together by the shore.
And I have but to hark to hear thy song;
Be still, to feel thy presence, Cheer and
And In my dreams I sec thy shinning lace,
Angel of Qod, to bid me still "be strong."
Edith Marie Garman, second dauglv
ter of Millard ,F. and Elizabeth Gar-
man, was born near Lumberton, Clin
ton county, Ohio, August 24, 1887.
At the age of fourteen she became a
member of the M. E. Church at Zoar,
Greene county, and all through her
young life, she was a follower of the
Christ she loved.
October 13, 1004 she was united In
marriage with Ellsworth Luttrell,
and during that same year moved her
membership to the M. E. Church at
Memphis, Clinton county, near which
.place her married life was spent.
One little daughter, Mary M. pre
ceded" her to the beyond, March 18,
1000. Besides the husband, she leaves
one little son, Robert, 4 years old,
father, mother, and two sisters, Mrs.
D. M. Frye and Glenna Garman, also
a large circle of relatives and friends
who will cherish her memory.
After aserious illness of nearly three
months, the death messenger came
last Saturday at 11 o'clock and found
her ready. Oh I what a comfort to
know tliat when we cross the bar,
Edith will be waiting with open arms
to receive us.
She went down into the "valley and
the shadow" unflinchingly, with the
full assurance of faith. Patiently and
cheerfully she endured her suffering
to the end. She was never heard to
murmer or complain, when asked,
"how are you," she would say, "pretty
sick, but will soon be better."
A beneficent Providence endoued
her with a love of true simplicity and
devotion was the key to her nature.
The least that can bo said of her is
that she will be -missed, missed deeply
by her friends and neighbors as well
as by her dear ones. While her fami
ly and friends mourn thier loss, yet
they "sorrow not as those without
At the last as she called her loved
ones to her one by one, she had a
word of assurance for each one1 "Dear
husband you have been goodand klndj-
always to jsaitn. Liive a true unnst
ian life and bring our little Robert,
up to be a Christian and meet me In
Heaven. Don't let Robert forget his
"Papa my ship Is sailing very fast
now, it will soon be over, and I'll be
at homo with Jesus. The gates are
open wide and, Ohllt is so beautiful
Don't weep for Edith, papa, she Is so
When told that she must rest now,
she said, "no dear mama Jcus has
given me so much to do. I must talk
while I have strength. My work for
myself is all done, but I must tell
others about Jesus and his love."
"Dear sisters, there will be but two
left now, always be good and love
The scenes of those last days In her
room were surrounded with a halo of
ministering friends, and by the heaven
ly host. She frequently told her
friends what she saw beyond this life,
and was ready, willing and anxious to
depart. "For now they seek a better
country and Heavenly." As the glory
of that country, burst in upon her,
she proved to those abouther that "to
live was Christ, to die was gain."
On October 26, 1012, at the age of 25
years, 2 months and 2 days, she lay
the burden of life down, with the
prayer on her lips, that all her dear
ones meet her In that Heavenly home
The funeral services were held In
the M. E. Church at Memphis, Ohio,
conducted by her pastor, Rev. Laird.
The pall bearers were her three
brothers-in-laws, D. M. Frye, Johnle
Woodmansee and Austin Murphy,
and three uncles, Geo. Garman, liar
vey Barnes and Yannle Barnes. She
was laid to rest in the beautiful come
tery at Sabina.
OABD OF THANKS.
We ask God's bountiful Grace on all
the dear neighbors and friends who so
lovingly aided us in this our great
TDK LUTTBELI. AND GABMAN FAM
Don't waste your money huyln
strengthening plasters. 'Chamber
lain's Liniment is cheaper and better.
Dampen a piece of flannel, with it and
bind it over the affected parts and it
will relieve the pain and soreness,
For Bale by all dealers. adv
Public stocks stood in the very heart
of London as late as 1820.
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
word for any casa of Catarrh that
cannot bo cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENKT & CO.. Toledo, O.
Wo. tha undersigned, have known P. J.
-heney for tha last 15 years, and bellevo
Am perfectly honorable In nil business
.-anBactlons and financially ablo to carry
;t nny obligations mado by his firm.
NATIONAI. BANK OP COMMERCE,
nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally,
etlnj directly upon the blood and mu
oils surfaces of the system. Testimonials
ont free. Price 75 cents per bottle. Bold
y r.ll Druggists.
Take null's Family puis for constipation.
Nov. 18, 1912.'
Mrs Frances Ludwlg took dinner
with her sister, Mrs. Turner Hart, at
Charles Calley, of Springfield, is
visiting his parents, Wllllard Calley
Mrs. Eliza Yowell and Mrs. James
Craver spent Sunday at Owensvllle.
Henry Chaney and son, Joseph, spent
Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. Will
Stuart, of Owensvllle.
Mrs. Lewis Hawk and Mrs. Wm,
Barnett spent Friday in Russell.
John Winkle and wife spent Sunday
with her parents, John Thornburg
Miss Emma Shaffer took supper
with Daisy and Ocle Chaney Friday
Noah Shaffer and wife spent Sunday
with Truman Baker and famtlyf of
Luther Shaffer and Ben Carpenter
spent Sunday In Cincinnati.
Alvln Klrkhart and wife, of Liberty,
spent Sunday with Wllllard Calley
David Michael and wife spent Sunv
day with Ulrlc Carpenter and wife,'
Several from here attended the Boys
and Girls Congress at nillsboro Friday.
If Vou are a Trifle Sensitive
About the size of your shoes it's some
satisfaction to know that many peo
ple can wear shoes a size smaller by
shaking Allen's Foot-Ease Into them.
Just the thing for Patent Leather
Shoes, and for breaking In New Shoes.
Sold Everywhere, 25c. Sample FREE.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy,
N.Y. j adv
Nov. 18, 1912.
Henry Link and Earl McLain, of
Washington C. II., were callers at
John Henderson's and J. E. Prine's
Mrs. John Prlne Is sick.
James Burris and wife, of Mowrys
town, spent Friday at the home of
John Ballentine and Miss Clndrella
Richards, of Hillsboro, were guests of
George Capllnger and family Saturday.
Mrs. George Mlgnery, of Mowrys
town, and Mrs. O. M. Harsha. of Hills
boro, spent Wednesday with Mrs. J. C.
C. D. Vance and wife and Amos Igo
and wife spent Saturday and Sunday
with relatives near Mowrystown.
The Ladies Aid, of this place, will
hold an oyster supper on Wednesday
night, Nov. 27, for the benefit of the
church. Everyone cordially invited.
Many Children are Sickly.
'Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children Breal$ up Colds in 24 hours,
relieve Feverlshness Headache,
Stomach Troubles, Teething Disor
ders, and Destroy Worms. At all
druggists, 25c. Sample mailed FREE.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy,
N. Y. adv
Nov. 18, 1912.
A. E. Wilkin and family spent Sun
day with the former's parents, Samuel
Wilkin and wife.
Robert Euverard and wife and
daughter, Madge, of Wlllettsvllle, and
Frank Emery and family, of. Lumber
ton, were the guests of B. F. Cochran
and daughter, Ethel, Sunday.
H. R. Wilkin and family spent Sun
day with Ira Cadwallader and family.
Fifty acre farm for sale or rent.
Chas. Elliott and wife, of Hillsboro,
spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
This community was well represent
ed at the Boys and Girls Congress at
Hillsboro Friday and all reported a
John Frost and wife and daughter,
of Fairvlew, spent Sunday with Louis
Fouch and wife.
Peter Saum and wife and daughters,
Leona, Maud and Anne, and B. G.
Milliner spent Sunday with David
Kesler and family, of Fairvlew.
Misses Edna and Emma Roush spent
the'latter part of last week with their
uncle, Sam Fawley, and family, at
O. L. Roush and family called on
Clark Cadwallader and family Sunday
Arthur Hatcher and wife, of Wll
letsville, visited Car Hixson and
Georgu Vance, of Springfield, is visit
ing his cousin, Clarence Cochran, and
Ed. Moberly and wife add son, Roy,
spent Sunday with Mech Roush and
"Father, what Is a minor operation?"
"A miner operation, my boy, Is one
far which the patient cheerfully pays
"And a major operation?"
"Oh, that's one for which the bill is
settled by the heirs "Judge.
Public Sale 1
I will offer at public sale on my
farm 3 milts south of,New Market
and 2 1-2 miles north-east of Taylors
vllle Ion thoiTaylorsvllle and New
Market road, on
Friday, November 29, 1912,
at 12:30 o'clock, the follow lng proper
ty to-wlt :
Five head of horses consisting of 1
family vbroke driving tmare, 11 years
old, one 8ear old brocd mare, one 7
year old brood mare in foal, one 2 year
old horse, drivingstock, and 1 year old
Five head of cattle consisting of one
2 year old red heifer, will be fresh In
January, one 2 year old jersey heifer,
will be fresh Dec. 15, one 10 monthold
jersey heifer, one 5 Jmonth old Jersey
bull, one 4 month old jersey heifer.
Twenty-four head of hogs consist
ing of two brood bows bred to farrow
in February, 22 good 3 1-2 month old
Farming tools consisting of McCor
mlck Binder, 'Richmond Champion
double Cornj Planter with fertilizer
attachments, one Buckeye Cultivator,
good as new, 1 Imperial plow, one 00
tooth Harrow, one Troy wagon, one
pair Hay Ladders, one gravel bed, one
good buggy and harness, three sets of
work harness, 70 bushels oats, one
wood heating stove, a good one, and
other things too numerous to men
tlon. Sale posltlve.-
Terms of Sale All sums of $5 00 and
over a bankable note of 10 months will
be given or 4 per cent, off for cash.
All sums under $5.00, cash.
L. A. Mohebly.
Col. J. L. Mercer, Auct.
W. C. Mohebly, Clerk.
November 18, 1912.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertsyl McLaughlin
have moved into the aunt Jane Ruble
property north of town.
Miss Bessie Dodson spent Sunday
with Miss Nellie Stultz.
Miss Ellen McCown, of Dodsonvllle,
spent Saturday and Sunday here. She
will return to her home In Indiana
some time during the week.
Miss Mary McLaughlin spent Fri
day and Saturday with her brother,
Willie, at Danville.
Miss Gertrude Puckett, of Blanches
ter, spent Sunday with Miss Grace
Hoyt Lanlger spent Saturday In
Miss Rachle Farls spent Wednes
day with her sister, Mrs. M. T. Ward
low. Preaching here Sunday and Sunday
Miss Grace Smith returned home
Sunday, after spending the week with
her cousin, Miss Isma Farls, at Fair-
Mr. and Mrs. B. L. McLaughlin
spent Sunday with the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dodson.
Miss Nelle Wardlow was the guest
of Miss Stella Shaffer, recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Bertsyl McLaughlin
entertained a number of their friends
with a taffy party at their home Sat
urday night. Those present were:
Misses Mary and Lizzie McLaughlin,
Marie, Myrle and Nelle Wardlow,
Ne-le Stultz, Clara Spllker, Bessie
Dodson, Ollle Workman, Grace Cer
tler and Mary Barr and Albert and
Mitchell Certler, Ira and Wilbur Faw
ley, Krell Bennington, Ozro Barker,
Lawrence and Harry Dodson and
Chas. Roush. An enjoyable evening
wrs spent by all present.
Is your husband cross ? An Irrita
ble, fault finding disposition is often
due to a disordered stomach. A man
with good digestion is nearly always
good natured. A' great many have
been permanently cured of stomach
trouble by taking Chamberlain's Tab
lets. For sale by all dealers. adv
"And don't forget to make the doors
of my new house only CO centimeters
" Why so?"
"My mother in-law measures 90!'.
" LET US TELL YOU AEOUT
.1 0CD.C0O Acres
Just Placed fen the Market.
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Beet and Clover Seed producing state
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es, our mall service and telephone ad
vantages. We want you to know of
the nearby markets for your produce,
the cheapness of fuel, the good water,
the Inexpensive building matorlaj.-
We want you to read how our mills
and factories In every community fur
We want to tell you all about WIS
CONSIN, and how you can buy unsur
passed land at ?10 to ?20 per acre.
Write today for free booklets and
full Information. There Is no obliga
tion on. your Part. Our business la
only to tell you what you would like
to Know aoout Wisconsin.
THE WISCONSIN ADVANCEMENT
THERE IS NO OA8E OF
DL00D OR SKIN DISEASE
arising from a disordered stomach, bowels,
liver or kidneys which
will not materially benefit, or permanently
cure j this has been proven for the past 42
y,esrs; -?k. yur parenta, or neighbors,
about SEVEN BARKS, as thousands have
testified to Its merits. Don't delay to get a
60 cent bottle at your druggist, and atari
yourself on the road to complete recovery.
LYMAN BROWN, 68 Murray SI., New York, N.Y.
Nov. 18, 1912.
Farmers are verv busv mini? to pet
thelrjcorn harvested before the cold
weather comes on.
Birds and rabbits are plentiful this
season but the farmers are going to
protect the birds and if thev want you
to kill rabbits they will ask you.
Rev. Smith, of Mt. Gllead. has been
called as pastor of the New Market
Baptist church for the coming year.
He has not accepted the call.
C. D. Vance and wile SDent Saturday
and Sunday with Ray Winkle and wife,
Mrs. John Ramsev and family, of
Mt. Washington, were the cuests of
G. W. Sanders and family Sunday.
T. S. Soale had a valuable horse to
dli last Saturday.
Several of the school children from
here attended the Boys and Girls Con
gress In Hillsboro last Friday.
Miss Lizzie Emerv. who has been
visiting her uncle at Sheridan, Ind..
the past summer, returned home Sat
urday. 'It is a pleasure to tell vou that
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best cough medicine I have ever used,"
writes Mrs. Hugh Campbell, of Lavo
nia, Ga. "I have used It with all mv
children and the results have been
highly satisfactory." For sale by all
Nov. 18, 1912.
Alph Pratt and family, of Lynch
burg, spent Sunday with his brother,
T. C. Pratt.
nerman Miller, of Portsmouth, is
spending a few days with his brother,
AlvaAber, of Harwood, called on
his brother, T. E. Aber and family,
Charles Wolfrom now has a great
smile on his face. He says Its on ac
count of that big 30 lb. boy that
arrived at his home Nov 14.
Miss Rosle Stroup called on her
cousin, Miss Leona Strcup,' Sunday.
Len Shaffer and Blanche, Ruth and
Georgia Henderson spent Sunday with
the latter's brother, Clarence, at
Fred Miller and wife and little son,
Turner, spent Sunday In Cincinnati.
Those who attended the Boys and
Girls Congress from this ptece were J.
W. Carroll, Curtis Aber and Fred
The boys' appetite 'Is often the
source of amazement. If you would
have such an appetite take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They not only create
a healthy appetite, but strengthen the
stomach and enable it to do its work
naturally. For sale by all dealers, adv
Nov. 18, 1912.
Lester Beekman and wife, Porter
and Calvin Beekman were entertained
by Barley Turley and wife, Sunday.
Rev Given Kesler preached at a
special service here last Sunday.
Rev. Clyde Howard and wife visited
Harley Turley and wife Sunday night.
Jas. Kesler and wife called on David
Mrs. Sadie Beekman has returned
home, after a visit with her daughter
Mr. Lawson and Harlev McCoDDln
are visiting Chas. Lawson, at Spring
Held. Frank Turley has been laid uv with
rheumatism for the past week, but is
The Slnklnir Snrintr Circuit has or
ganized an Otlicial Board which will
look after the business Interest of the
Mrs. Frank Belleson returned home
last week from nillsboro, where she
spent a few days.
Ferris Cumralngs, of PI sir ah
shredded corn last week.
All our coffee must be purchased
outside of this country but this does
not deter the American public from
870,000,000 pounds of it every year, of
9 pounds for each man, woman and
child in' the country.
. - . t
The Chinese are experts at cuttlnc
out of the newspapers waistcoats
which they wear next to the skin.
These paper waistcoats are said to be
the best possible protection against a
sudden cold snap
Including natives and Europeans,
India has a population of 315,000,000.
S. R. HOWARD,
Both Phones In Office and Residence
f. FRANK WILSON. N. CRAIO M'BRIUB
WILSON & McBRIDE,
Office Short St., Opp. Court House
I. W. CAREY,
hanu Big. HILLSBORO,,
lome 'Phone 340. Bell 'Phone HI
b. McConnaughey, m. d
rioi: In Holmes Building, North Blra
Omtok Hours: 9 to 12 a. nx 2 to anfl 0 te
8 p. m.
Both 'Phones In Office and Residence,
For Your Flo-wero.
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SUCCESSORS TO liUDLE & TUKNEtt .
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
A Full Line of High Grade
HILLSBORO ICE DELIVERY
WHOLESALE -4AD RETAIL
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Home Phone 344
Nov. 18, 191L'
Alvln Lemon and wife, of Fairvlew,
and Walter Lemon, wife and daugh
ter, Norma, were guests of J. O. Lem
on and wife, Sunday.
Mrs. Wesley Pence visited Rev.
Ilorn and family Friday.
Miss Florence Ludwlck spent last
week with relatives In Cincinnati.
Aunt Mahala McKee and' family
were entertained by Ed. Pence and
Mrs. Berlin, of Hillsboro, spent the
fore part of last week with Ellis Wll
Miss Fanny Lake and Ora Trop, of
near Russell, were the guests of Chas.
Ed Chaney, wife and daughter,
Bertha, enjoyed Sunday with Albert
Pence and wife, of Prairie Valley.
Aunt Kate Wood spent Tuesday
with aunt Mahala McKee.
Mrs. Wesley Pence entertained Mrs.
Sallle Stroup, of Hillsboro, Tuesday
aim airs, jonn uiiapman, of Hoag
Miss Rose Trop spent the fore part
of last week with Edna and Fanny
Trop, of Hillsboro.
1'. W. Charles and wife entertained
Rev. Horn and family, Sunday.
Aunt Mahala McKee and family,
Mrs. Ed. Pence and son, Edgar, Mrs.
Mary Berlin andN Miss Rose Wilkin
were guests of Jim Wilkin and family,
Walter Lemon, wife and daughter,
Norma, were entertained bv .Tn sirt.
dons and wife at dinner, Friday..
G, G. O. Pence, wife and sons nnm
the guests of Dallas Wood and family,
Mrs. Charlie Holiadav anri Mrn
Walter Holladay spent Thursday with
Mrs. Ed. Chaney.
Allen Robinson and famiu- nntor.
talned S. R. Robinson and wife, Sun
day. Ager Carpenter Is helping with the
nursing of Fred Granger, of Russell,
who Is seriously sick.
Chas Trop and family enjoyed Sun
day with relatives at Russell.
Miss Willa Robinson was the guest
of Miss Nina Evans, Friday night.
Harley Clulf and wife visited the
latter's parentis, at Dunn's Chapel,
! The steel entering Into the manu
facture of automobile wheels during
last year amounted to 15,000 tons In
this country alone.