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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1913.
Jan. 20, 1013.
Mrs. Chas. Pensyl returned Friday
to her home in Nolsonvllle, after a
week's visit with her parents, Will
Myers and wife.
J. R. Dixon has sold his farm north
of town and ho and his family will
probably take up their residence In
C. W. nugglns was abuslness visitor
in Cincinnati Monday.
Carroll King, of Cincinnati, was.a
visitor here last Saturday.
Miss Ethel Griffith Is visiting friends
Miss Martha Patton, of Greenfield,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Nancy
Thoroman, over Sunday.
E. J. Fultz and wife visited their
daughter, Hazel, In Columbus, Satur
day and Sunday.
Mrs. John Edlngfleld, ot New Vien
na, was the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Nannie Sanders, from Friday un
Herman Tompkins left last Monday
for Arizona, where he hopes to regain
his Impaired health.
J. W. Barrett and wife, of Bridges,
and Mrs. Cowman visited Henry Bar
rett and family last Sunday.
C. B. Cox and family were visitors
In Washington C. H. last Sunday.
The Home Guards will meet with
Miss Blanch Redkey Saturday after
noon. The Ladles-Aid of the M. E. church
will serve a chicken pie supper in the
church basement next Saturday even
ing from 5 to 7 o'clock. Your patron
age is solicited.
Silas Sparks and wife entertained
with a 12 o'clock dinner last Thursday,
the occasion being the anniversary of
the births of Mrs. Sparks and Rev. C.
W. Brlggs. The guests were Rev.
Briggs and wife, of Catawba, Rev. J.
M. Bailey and wife and David Sanders
The Stratford Male Quartette, the
third number of the Lecture Course,
will be at the Jonsonla Theatre,
Thursday evening, Jan. 23.
J. D. Hodson and wife visited rela
tives in Washington C. H. last Sunday.
Mrs I. V. Mitchell lias been quite
ill the past week.
Dr. "Van Pelt, District Superintend
ent, was a visitor here Saturday.
Living1 Thing' On
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on the Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs,
sheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
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Corner Williams & Ann Sts.,N.Y. adv
On the back of each seat of a new
London theater there will be coin in
the slot telephones to enable persons
with defective hearing to listen to
-what is being said on the stage.
To The Cream Produc
ers of This Territory
'Mr. Cream Producer:
French Bros. Bauer Co. are in a position to re
ceive your cream at their Hillsboro Station, 134 West
Main Street,' opposite the Parker Hotel.
We Save You Time and Money
You will not be troubled with lost cream cans, or
lost cream, as it is carefully weighed and sampled
while you wait.
Honest Weights and Honest Tests
iS OUR MOTTO
We pay twice a month on your HOME BANK,
and we receive any amount of cream, whether it is
one pound or more. There is no limit.
We would like to make the acquaintance of all
the Cream Producers in this vicinity, If you will
give us a trial we are sure you will like our Methods
of doing1 business.
If you are looking for a square deal, we can give
it to you. If you will give us a trial can for compar
ison, we are sure you will be satisfied.
We have come to stay. '
ill 1 I. M
Jan. 20 1013
Ray Dearduff spent Sunday with
Fred Rhoads and family.
Mrs. May .West and two daughters
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Laura Johnson, In Beech Flats.
Jas. Butters spent Saturday night
with his sister, Mrs. J. L. Butler, at
Sinking Spring, and attended the
Benson Butler and Vena Rhoads
spent Saturday evening with Ova
Havens and sisters.
Mrs. Jesse Kesler, of Sinking Spring,
spent Sunday with her son, Lawerence,
Jas. Bowles, who Is employed at
Hillsboro, spent Saturday and Sunday
with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Butler
Will Vallentlne left Saturday to visit
his brother near West Union.
Mrs. Belle Maxwell and Miss Myrlo
Thompson, of Beech Flats, attended
the Farmers' Institute, at Sinking
Springs, Tuesday and were the guests
of Mrs. Ola Tener.
Mrs. Jas. Bobb spent a part of last
week with her daughter, Mrs. Ella
McCoppln, near Carmel.
Aunt Cella Grove and Bess L. But
ler called on Mrs. Anna Khoads, Sun
Benson Butler took dinner with his
cousin, Wm. Butler, Tuesday, at his
home in Sinking Springs.
J. J. Butler and wife and son, of
Sinking Springs, spent Snnday with
I W. Stults and wife
Quite a number from our vicinity
attended the Institute at Sinking
Spring Monday and Tuesday and re
ported a good time.
Melva Hockman spent Thursday and
Friday the guest of Bess L. Butler.
Lawrence Kesler and wife attended
the Institute at Sinking Spring Tues
day and was the guest of the latter's
parents, J. L. Butler and wlfs.
Clyde Penn and wife and two child
ren, spent Sunday with Mrs. Penn's
grandmother, Mrs. fl. C. White, of
near Cliff Range.
Uncle Billy Countryman lost his
driving horse last week.
Mrs. Eva Nace, of Sinking Spring,
called on Mrs. Permelia A. Klssllng
Henry Countryman and Granville
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'Did that young lawyer indulge in
mnch circumlocution when he propos
ed to you, Miss Rocksleigh?"
"Yes ; he tried to ; but, of course, I
pushed Ills arm away every time. You
know, I ain't that kind of a girl."
Jan. 20, 1013.
Rev. D resell closed a week of meet
ing Friday night at this place.
Stewart Burton spent Wednesday
with friends near New Vienna.
Rev. Dresch and wife and Frank
Crosen and wife and daughter, Leanna,
spent Tuesday with Wm. Gibson and
Lew Naylor, of Mowrystown, visited
Arthur Kler and family Tuesday night
E. M. Griffith and F. L. Crosen spent
Thursday In Cincinnati.
Miss Madge Kler visited Clarence
Kler and family Sunday.
Jesse Griffith spent Saturday and
Sunday In Cincinnati. I
Literary program at Wlllettsvllle
next Friday night.
Joe Smith, of Mt. Orab, is spending
this week with F. L. Crosen and
Glenn Smith, of near New Vienna,
spent Thursday night with his sister,
Mrs. Chas. Frost.
Rev. Dresch began a weeks meeting
at Russell Sunday night.
Wm. Gibson and wife spent Sunday
with E. M. Vance and wife, at Hills
Mrs. Chas. Frost has been very sick.
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Born to Vaughn Llston and wife,
Thursday, Jan. 15, a son.
Lew Young and family have moved
to Sardinia and Leslie Warman and
family to the house vacated by them.
Ora Workman contemplates moving
his family to Middletown soon.
Moody Pulllam and wife and son,
Russell, visited her mother, Mrs.
Crampton, at Allensburg, Sunday.
Alpheus Cochran and wife, Harley
Cochran and wife and Mrs. Bessie
Roush and son, Virgil, of Fayetteville,
spent Monday with Orland Cochran
Miss Nellie Wardlow is staying with
Aunt Eliza Paris this winter.
Mrs. Thos. Carey, of Hillsboro, spent
part of last week with her parents,
James Donohoo and wife.
Miss Sylvia Younp was the guest'of
her cousin, Mrs. Jas. Sonner, at Win
kle, last week.
Mrs. Elsie Gibler and children, Mrs
Mary Shaffer and 'Children and Mrs.
Emma LandessspcntSaturday evening
with Mrs. Olara Landess.
Ab Tedrlck, of Dodsonville, visited
his brother, George, one day last week.
Willie Hastings spent Sundaywlth
Rev. Foust and wife and Ed Landess
and wife took dinner with Emanuel
Roush and wlfeiJunday.
The I. O. O. F. Lodge, of fthis place,
installed its officers Saturday night.
They are, N. G., Estel Carr ; V. G ,
Otis Barker ; Sec!y., Earl Workman ;
Treas., Orlle Teboe.; N. G. R. S., Joe
Thomas ; N. G. iL. S , O. C. Sanders ;
V. G R. S., Orland Cochran.; V.C L.
S , Frank Orebaugh ; Warden, P. H.
Shaffer.; Conductor, John Bennington;
Chaplin, W. V. Miller ; R. S. Support
er, Noah Young; L S. Supporter,
Robert Roush; L G., Bert Landess;
O. G., Bertsyl McLaughlin.
M. M. Workman and wife were
guests of John Workman and wife
Mies Olllo Workman visited Miss
Mary Barr Sunday.
Mrs. Ira Gossett is sick.
If your children are subject to at
tacks of croup, watch for the lirst
symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy as soon as the
child becomes hoarse and the attack
may be warded off. For sale by .all
Minute measurements of ball bear
ings on the axl-s of a New Jersey
trolly car that has traveled about 150,
000 miles in four years showed that
they had resisted abrasion almost
There Js more Catarrh In this section of.
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until the last few years
was supposed to be Incurable. For a ureal
many years doctors pronounced It a local
disease and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly falling to euro with local
treatment, pronounced It Incurable, Sci
ence has proven Catarrh to bo a consti
tutional disease, and thereforo requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Che ley &
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spoonful. It acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system. They
offer one hundred dollars for any caso It
falls to cure. Send for circulars and tes
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Bold by Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
Jan. 20, 1013.
Misses Ethel Smith, Liura Wiggins
and Peal Chaney were guests at a house
party from Saturday until Sunday,
given by Miss Ethel Cochran, of Dan
ville. Clark Ogden and wife, of New Vien
na, were guests of her parents, Wm.
Dumenll and wife, over Sunday.
Lewis Cashatt, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. Chas. Pickerel was with her
mother at Midland City Saturday aud
Hamer Cashatt was In Hillsboro
Louis DeLaney entertained Laur
ence Frye, of Blanchester, Sunday.
Geo. DeLaney and wife were business
visitors In Cincinnati Friday.
Supt. L. I. Morse spent Saturday
and Sunday In Springfield.
H. B. Galllett and Chas. Stroup at
tended the H. C. T. A , In Hillsboro,
Clarence Plckerell and wife were
visitors In Cincinnati over Sunday.
Mrs. A. Garner is sick.
Mike Pulse attended the funeral of
his brother-in-law, C. F. Irons, of New
Warren Morrow attended the Inaug
uration of Gov. Cox and spent a few
days with his daughter.
Wm. Sanford, of Flint, Mich., spent
last week with B. E. Moses and family.
Wm. Garner and sister attended the
funeral of their uncle, Thos. Starr,
Mary Wallace has returned home
after an extended visit with relatives
Luther Barnes received the sad news
Monday of the death of his father near
Wilmington. His grandmother who,
made her home with her son, passed
away afew hours after the son's death.
Miss Beath returned to her work In
the school on Monday morning, after
a two weeks absence.
Dr. McAdow and wife entertained
Thos. T. Andrews, of Wilmington,
Mrs. Dan Murphy and daughter are
spending a few days with relatives and
friends here, before leaving for their
new home at Bridgeport, 111.
Born to Sidney Pearce and wife,
Friday, a girl. To Robert Grisham
ad wife, on Saturday, a girl.
W. A. Saylor and W. B. Ruble were
business visitors in Cincinnati Thurs
day. J. W. Ellis and granddaughter were
guests of Clarence Dean and wife,
John Murphy, of Greenfield, was
with his parents Sunday.
Dr. McAdow and wife entertained
the following guests on Thursday:
Mrs. Noell, of Glenco,Ky., Wm. Siaut-
ner and family, V. C Duncanson and
family, Dr. Frank Terrell and wlfeand
Miss Nelle DeLaney.
The furwral of Dr. Wm. Srofe was
held In the M. E. church on Tuesday
afternoon, conducted by Dr. McAdow
and Rev. Bailey, of Leesburg. Among
those that attended from a distance
were Milt Stewart and wlfeand Mrs.
Leo King, of Blanohester, Wm. Baker
and wife, John Nodscar and wife and
Mr. Graham and wife, of Morrlsville,
noward 33etts and Chas. Turner, of
Martinsville, Mr. Crouse and son, of
Cuba, Ora Fisher and wife, of Illinois,
Esta Laymon, of 'Covington, Ky., Mrs.
Mattie Johnson, of Norwood, and Mrs.
Hadley, of Columbus.
The Lynchburg Bui ding and Loan
Association at Its annual stockholders
meeting, elected-the following officers
and directors: W. A. Saylor, Pres. ;
W. B. Ruble, Vice Pres. ; H. N. Hen
derson, Sec; ;W. L. Stautner, Treas. ;
Ed M. Wiggins, Solicitor; T. O.
Brown, U. G. Pence, Chas. Linton,
W. A. West and Dr. Garner, Directors,
A dividend of JE was declared, leav
ing a good surplusln the treasury.
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Jan. 20, 1013.
Milton Shatter is sick.
Everett, Harry and Ell Roush, who
have been confined to their rooms with
rheumatism, are better.
nerman Charles and wife spent last
week with relatives at Norwood
Emanuel Roush and wife had as
their guests Sunday Rev. Frank Foust
and wife, Olney Pence and family and
Edward Landess and wife.
Z. O. Landess and wifecalled on Ora
Shatter and family one day last week.
Robert Hopkins and Mr. Phelps and
wife called; on Reece nopklns and
wife, at Danville, Sunday.
Miss Eliza Pence, of Danville, called
on Milton Shaffer and family Thurs-
Jan. 20, 1013.
Mrs. R. P. Grove is visiting her
daughter. Mrs. S. W. Cowman, of near
I Leslie Wolfe, who has been visiting
j his mother, Mrs. S W. Wolfe, the past
week, returned to his home In Illinois
Frank Mason and wife, of near Hills
boro, spent Sunday wltirFred Ilixson
A. W. Lucas and family spent Sun
day with S. W. Meredith and family.
O. K. Hixson and wife entertained
Pearl Stephens and family Sunday.
David McCall and wife spent Satur
day and Sunday with friends near
Miss Faye Grove spent Sunday with
her sister, Mrs. Homer Satterlleld, at
Mary Shoemaker and Fay Snider
spent Sunday evening with Mrs. s. W.
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Jan 20, 1913.
Ova Shannon spent Sunday with J.
Mrs. Allle Burnett and Mrs. Sallle
Butler spent the first of the week with
their mother, Mrs. Margaret Gall.
Mrs, Wm. Sharp, of Greenfield, Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Hopkins.
Geo. Qmphletand wife spent Satur
day and Sunday in Hillsboro
C. B. Satterlleld, of Columbus, spent
a few days the past week with his
Herman Gall and family spent Sun
day with Otis Easter.
Tom Walker and wife, of May Hill,
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Miss May Tannehlll entertained Miss
Ethel Weaver, of Louden, and Miss
Myrtle Kelly, of Berryville, Sunday.
Wm. Fanning, of Greenfield, Is
visiting friends here.
Rev. Mignery, the boy preacher of
Mowrystown, who is only 15 years old,
attended services here Saturday night
and will preach at the Presbyterian
church, Saturday night, Feb.2.
Roy Milburn and sister, LeVera,
spent Sunday at M. V. Williamson's
Miss Mary Dodds returned to her
home at Tranquility Sundav. after
spending a week here.
Rev. John Howard, of Hillsboro.
preached very able sermons here Sun
day morning and night.
H. O. Noland and Miss Mary Mill!
gan attended H C. T. A , at Hillsboro,
A good collection was taken here last
night for the African famine stricken.
Rev. Carr attended the funeral of
his nephew at Greenfield Thursday.
Meeting is still in progress at the M.
E. church and has been well attended.
DMrs. A. R. Tabor, of Crider, Mo.,
had been troubled with sick headache
for about five years, when she began
taking Chamberlain's Tablets. She
lias taken two bottles of them and
they have cured her. Sick headache
is caused by a disordered stomach for
which these tablets are especially In
tended. Try them, get well and stay
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Jan. 20, 1913.
James Wilkin and family, of Har
wood, spent Saturday and Sunday
with Ellis Wilkin and family.
Mrs. John Chaplin, of noaglands,
visited Ed. Bales and family, Wednes
day. Scott Robinson, of Cincinnati, spent
the past week with his mother.
Chas. Trop and family entertained
to dinner Sunday, Rev. Leo Horn and
family, of Hillsboro.
Albert Pence and wife spent Friday
with the latter's parents, Ed. Chaney
Mrs. Ann Pence Is spending a few
weeks with her (laughter, Mrs. Harry
John Lemon and wife were the
guests of Joe Slddons and wife, of
Mrs. Lizzie Trop and daughter, Rose,
were the guests of the former's sister,
Mrs. Geo. Culhan, at Russell, Wed
nesday. ' Albert Pence and wife were the
guests of Ed. Bales and family, Sun
day." Lewis Orebaugh and wife, of Hills
boro, were guests of Frank Orebaugh
and family, Saturday.
t Miss Rose Trop spent Sunday In
Belgulm maintains at public expense
a horseshoeing school, at which stu-
dents from all over the country receive
one lesson each week for two years.
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Jan. 20, 1913.
Mrs. Samuel Wilkin and daughter,
Ollle, spent Tuesday with the former's
daughter, Mrs. Ira Cadwallader.
Mrs. Jane Smith was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Suddle Elliott, of
nillsboro, a few days last week.
Mrs. Sarah Fouch visited at the
home of Ed Lewis and family, Wed
nesday. Miss Mabel Cadwallader entertained
a number of her friends Tuesday even
ing in honor of her guest, Miss Vinta
Jack Purdy, of near Willetsville,
spent a few days recently with his
Mrs. Clark Cadwallader returned
home Wednesday, after and extehded
visit with her mother, Mrs. Mary
Walker, of Hillsboro, whawasvery ill.
Mrs. Peter Saum is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Burch McKamey, of
Mr . Samuel Wilkin and daughter,
Miss Ollle, spent Wednesday with Ellis
Roberts and family, of Russell.
Sam Wilkin returned home Thurs
day, after spending a few days in
Miss Dorthy Wilkin and brothers,
entertained Saturday evening, Misses
Vinta Mason, Wllda Lewis and Mabel
Cadwallader and Maurice, Ova and
Herbert Lewis, Glenn Kesler and War
Miss Vinta Mason spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Miss Wllda
Miss Ethel Smith, of Dodsonville,
Pearl Chaney and Laura Wiggins, of
Lynchburg, were the guests of Miss
Ethel Cochran Saturday night and.
Warren McKenzle spent Tuesday
night with Wendell and Virgil Roush.
Ira Cadwallader and family visited
Sam Wilkin and family, Sunday.
Owen Roush and family called on
Ed. Lewis and family Sunday after
noon, Mrs. Wlllard Roush was called to
the bedside of her sister-in-law, Mrs.
Sam Fawley, of Hillsboro, last week.
Mrs. Sarah Fouch spent Saturday
afternoon with Mrs. Edna Smith.
Warren McKende spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Arnold and
Nick Dolllnger and family, Ellis
Roberts and family, of Russell, Orpha
and Nancy Wilkin, of Lvne.hh n r r
spent Sunday with Sam Wllxin and
Wilmington, Southern California, Is
soon to have a $10,000,000 steel plant.