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TttE NftW&HEftAJLD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913
Feb. 24, 11)13.
G. E. Kerr, of Cincinnati, was th6
guest of Ills sister, Mrs. Martha K.
Van Pelt, Sunday and Monday.
Haldano Evans, of Delaware College,
visited relatives here from Friday until
E. W. Pavey and family were guests
of his brother, Dr. Noble Pavey and
family, of Jamestown, part of last
Mrs. Fannie flodson, of Washing
ton, 0. II. was the guest of her sister,
Mrs. David Sarttlers, last Friday
Miss Mary Thurman, of Cincinnati,
Is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Nancy
Mrs. Howl, of Wilmington, spent
the latter part of the week with her
son, Rev. J. M. Ballev.
Dr. J. A. B. Srofe was a business vis
itor In Ohllllcothe, Saturday.
S. R. Ousley spent Friday In Mar
tinsville with his parents, J. D. Ousley
F. B. Mllner has purchased a farm
and residence properly at the edge of
town of Fletcher Van Pelt. Mr. Law
head has purchased Mr. Mllner's prop,
erty on South Falrlield street.
Mesdames Mary Davis, Mattle Davis
and Jessie Bally entertained 30 mem
'hereof the Ladles Aid Society last
Friday afternoon in a very charming
and delightful manner. These series
of progressing entertaining not only
affords great pleasure to those attend
ing but the Treasury of the society Is
at the same time being substantially
Miss Helen Stevens, of Hlllsboro,
was the guest of Dr. W, li. Roads and
family over Sunday.
John Patton and wife of FallCreek,
were guests of R. T. Leaverton and
Miss Ruth Van Pelt, of Madlson
vllle, gave an interesting address on
"The Relation of Temperance to Mis
sions" last Sunday evening in the M.
E. Church to a large and enterested
audience. During her stay here she
was the guest of R. L Coler and wife.
Edward Keen assisted in the bakery
the past week during the absence of
one of the proprietors.
Miss Jessie Smltli, of Cincinnati, is
spending a few days with her mother,
Mrs. Josephine Smith,
Mrs. Allle Teter.of Chillioathe, vis
ited relatives here the past week.
Miss Pauline Horst is in Columbus,
the guest of her brother, Attorney
John L. Horst and family.
Mrs. Mary Barrett substituted in the
grammar department of our schools
last week on account of the illness of
C. B. Cos.
W. H. Smith and wife were called to
Indianapolis Saturday, on account of
the death of a brother of Mrs. Smith
Feb. 24, 1913.
H. W. Stockwell and family, of Nor
wood, spent part of last week with his
parents, Wm. Stockwell and wife.
Mrs. Daniel Stroup has returned
home after a Bhort visit with relatives
at Norwood and Cincinnati.
Mrs. Homer Burton and Miss Anna
Wood spent Wednesday with the for
mer's father.George Wilkln.at Hollow
town, and on Friday they were guests
of Andy Pence and wife, at Shackelton.
Misses Anna and" Ona Stroup visited
Wm. Thomas and wife, near Dodson
Thomas Berry.of the O. S. U., spent
the latter part of the week with his
mother, Mis. Nancy Berry.
Carl Hlxson is moving to the Wilkin
farm at Shackelton and Harry Lyle
will move to the farm vacated by
Miss Anna Knauer Is spending the
week with relatives in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Eliza Pence visited her sister,
Mrs. Ann Pence, at Shackelton, Mon
day and Tuesday.
Miss Mary Dehaas attended the
lecture at Mowrystown Saturday night
and was the guest of friends here over
Arthur Chan'ey and wife visited
Mrs. Wm. Cochran Sunday, who Is
seriously HI at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. Theodore Shaffer, near
Edw. Knauer made a business trip
to Norwood Monday.
Miss Bessie Roush, of Fayetteville,
is spending a few weeks with Floyd
Roush and family.
Mrs. Robert Roush spent Tuesday
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C. . McCdnnaughey ahd wife spent
Friday night with Allen McConnau-
ghey and wife.
A. i3. Hunter and Jessie riarshbar
ger called on NatTanehlll and family
Mrs. Nels. Barrere and son, Ileber,
and Miss Martha Barrere were enter
tained by Mrs. J. D. VanWlnkle,
C. V. Purdy and wife had as their
guests Wednesday, Rev. T. C. Kerr
and Lewis Purdy and wife.
Mrs. Mary McReynolds spent one
day last week with her daughter, Mrs.
Wm. Sonner and wife called on B.
F. Norton and wife one evening last
B. A. McConnaughey Is suffering
from an attack of grip and he:irt trou
ble. Roy Carr, of Norwood, came up Sat
urday to spend a few days with his
C. V. Purdy and wife were Cillers at
Sugartree Rl Ige, Thursday.
Mrs. Ellle Van Winkle and daughter,
Mrs. Jnp. Luck, of Lynchburg, callea
on Miss Martha Barrere, Tuesday.
W H. Stout from below Sugartree
Ridge, transacted business here, Wed
J. R. Gruver and wife, of Hlllsboro.
spent one day last week the guests of
Miss Anna McCllntick.
Miss Marlie VanWlnkle and Lewis
DeLiney, of Lnchburg, were guests.
of J. B. VanWlnkle and family, Sun-
Ira Miller and grand-daughter, Miss
Neta Miller, attended revival services Naples well, assumed that this ret
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Lewis Purdy and wife entertained
Friday, Rev. T. C Kerr, Mrs. George
Brognard and C. V. Purdy and wife. I
Gib McConaaughey and wife called I
on George Eyler and wife, Sunday.
Ophelia Bell entertained her cousin,
Mable Vance, of Harrisburg, Sunday.
Rev. T. C. Kerr, pastor of the tPres-
byterlan Church closed the most in -
teresting series of meeting that lias
been held.at the Presbyterian Church
for many years Sunday. While only
four additions were received into the
church during these series of meetings,
scores of other people have been
brought. closer together by the strong
efforts of this good work.
Essel Vance entertained her friend
Miss Myrtle Roads, of jear Hlllsboro,
the past week,
Wm. Tracy, who lias been attend
ing the Y M C. A. school, of Cincin
nati, returned home Friday, having
completed his first course of automo
biles. Isaac Larrick and wife pleasantly
entertained Rev. Kerr, Thursday.
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A murder wus committed in Naples,
Italy. Slgnor Laiicunl, ti single gentle
man living in apartments, wns the vic
tim, und since lie wns well off nud fond
of display lie hud considerable Jewelry
for u man which wns taken. The po
lice learned of the missing articles so
fur as they could be determined and
gave n description of them to (jluseppl
Vnrilll. a member of the carubhileri,
or national police, who wns ghen the
cube to make out of It what lie could
Theie was missing one gold chronom
eter watch, two gold chains, si number
of shirt studs and other articles of
vlmllnr character. The assassin and
robber In making his exit had dropped
n link sleeve button on the floor. They
i make In Italy of pink coral exquisite
adornments, and this single sleeve but
ton was twin roses of the most dell- j
cato carving, set In gold. '
Varllll looked at It admiringly. "Who- i
ever has the mate to It," he said, "will I
scarcely be nblo to refrain from wear
ing tt, so beautiful is It. if he had It
s well as its mate, he will surely be-
tray himself on account of It." Mow
over, the otuccr put It hi his vest pocket
with the vague expectation that It
might lead to a clew.
The murder had been committed at
an hour when a number of persons
were about, but no one could be found
who would admit that he had s6en any
one in the building who did not belong
I 'IUU1U UL II1U HUiU Ul LUU .IS5U33111UUUU.
Varllll. who knew the criminal side of
a meniuer or tne ureiuica unmorra, ami
if any one dared to peach upon him
he -would do so at the risk of his life. I
A year passed without the slightest
clew to the Lnncanl murder. Several
of the missing articles of jewelry turn
ed up, but were always found on yev
sons above suspicion. They wore
ready to tell where they got them, bnt
cither the person from whom they
1 were obtained or the .next possessor be-
yond could not remember Just how the
Jewel had come to him. But thesleevo
button was never regained. "It ,1s ton
beautiful," saiil Varllll. "The rascal
will not part with it. He will not
-wear It in his cuff, 'for he has no mate
for It. lie will uot get a mate 'made,
for he can only secure one from a skill
ed carver, such na made the one he
has. Wore 1 hi his place 1 would have
it made Into two studs. I would not
turn It into a scarfpin, for one rosu
would do for that, and I could not ue
the other rose. Yes. that is the only
thing to do with It, and If the assassin
wears it he will do so as a couple of
shirt studs. He will wear a necktie
and not a scarf, because the scarf
would hide it. My theory rests on thu
idea that his vanity will get the better
of his caution."
One dar Varilli's chief started hlni
to Loudon, where news had been re
ceived that a certain bandit, who had
murdered a traveler on the road be
tween Sorrento and Amalfl who could
not or would not furnish a rausom, was
living apparently in a well to do con
dition. On his arrival In London Va
rllll sought the Italian quarter, but Ills
quarry, passing under the name of
Scalpo, was not to lie found there.
Vnrilll spent a couple of mouths at
the English capital and was about to
give up his quest nud return to Naples
when one evening he entered a music
hall and, taking a seat at a table, call
ed for the English drink, ale, and a
cigar. Unlike nearly all Italians the
detective had light hair and eyes.
Moreover, though he spoke Kugllsh In
differently, he had learned to speak it
without the Italian pronunciation. In
deed, a stranger would Have taken hlni
rather for a German than an Italian.
Noticing a man at the next table to
him sitting alone, he got up and took
a seat opposite the other. The man
looked at tilm with a pair of suspicious
eyes from under the rim of ids hat.
evidently not relishing his movement.
"Don't disturb yourself," said Varllll.
"I think I have seen you in Berlin
Are you not Herr Berhoff, a brewer?"
"I have nevn been In Rerlln hi ma
life." said the other, showing by his
speech thnt he wns an Italian, "and I
am not a brewer."
"Then I have been mlstnken." said
Varllll, who had desired to get closer
to the man and hear him speak. "Now
that I see those beautiful coral studs
you wear I take it you are from Italy
I have never seen such carving as that
except In Naples."
At this the man changed counte
nance, involuntarily drawing his coat
over his shirt front. Then he glanced
about him as If looking for an exit.
"I am from Naples myself." Varllll
went on saying. "I know exactly
where those studs came from. There
is a shop In Naples facing the bay
where they are sold. I have a pair of
roses composing a link sleeve button"
The man glared nud, rising, stood at
bay. Vnrilll put his hand In his vest
pocket, took out the sleeve button and
held It up before the other.
"In a public music hall," he contln
tied. "In the center of London It will be
Impossible for you to escape. At the
slightest commotion policemen will
come. If you will go quietly with me
there need be no disturbance."
A week from thnt evening Varllll
delivered his prisoner, who turned out
to bo both the bandit he was after and
the murderer of Lancani, to the au
thorities at Naples, ne wns condemn
ed to that which Is worse than death
solltnry confinement for life.
Feb. 24, 11112
Misses lone and Jessie Troth were
guests at the home of their uncle,
Clias. Muhlback, Sunday night, and
' fit On nrtnnrlnil tlm funnrol rt t.lialp
cousin, Inez Troth, of Lynchburg, to
day. Mrs R -P. Thompson, of Louisville,
Ky., Is visiting at the home of her
parents M. R. Elliott and wife.
John Duncan and wife were guests
of her grandmother, Sunday.
John Cooper and wife, of Hlllsboro,
were guests at the home of Ramond
Clements, Friday night.
Mrs Delia Morrow spent Wednes
day with Joe Morrow and wife, of Fall
Geo. Garman, wife and daughter,
Nellie, and Ed Flttro and Mrs. Wm.
Wolfe, were guests at the home of J.
S Lovett, Friday.
Mrs. M. R. Elliott and daughters,
Hattle and Mary, and Mrs. R. P.
Thompson, were guests of Airs. Wm.
Rowe, Saturday evening.
Vernon Hammond was the guest of
I Harry Lewis, of Sugartree Ridge, Sat
urday night and Sunday.
I J. L. Montgomery and sons were
guests of Harry Karnes and family
Wm. Ludwlck and wife, of East
Danville, R.iy Washburn and wife, '
visited at the home of the latter's
parents, W. E. Chrlsman, Sunday.
Win Hamilton, of Dallas, will move
to the Sams farm today, which was
recently vacated by Chas. Post.
Miss Luella Bragg is visiting at the
home of J. B. Cowgill.
S. S. Lovett and wife and little Cary
Montgomery spent Sunday at the
home of Win. Rowe.
Aunt Sarali Brown Is very 111 with
David Clements and Joseph Karnes
are very ill.
J. B Cowgill and wife expect to
start to Indiana Wednesday to visit
their son, Burch and family.
Ed Flttro and Mrs. Geo. Garmon vis
ited at the home of Sam Easter and
wile, of Pleasant View, last week.
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Pete Adams and wife and family and
Ernest Woodmansce and wife spent
Sunday with .las. Adams and wife.
Stephen Bean and wife and family
visited Ed Bean and wife on Sunday.
Mrs. Elsie Marquis, of Chllllcothe,
visited her mother, Mrs 1. i. McPher
son, last week.
Mrs. Louis Wright and son, Van,
spent Thursday with Mrs. Wm Riley
and daughter, Edith.
Mrs. O. M. Canter, of Wlnnepeg,
Can , Is visiting li. J. Woodmansee
Harry McClure and wife and family
spent Sunday with Blaine Earl and
Mrs. Cleo Bean and Mrs. Ann Morris
spent Tuesday with Stephen Bean and
Kenneth and Meridith Hosklns, of
Blanchester, visited their grandpar
ents, George Hosklns and wife Sunday.
F. M. Horsman and wife and family,
Miss Bertha Schelderer and Dr. Mc
Allister spent Sunday with W. L
Richey and wife.
n. W. Hunter and son. Wilson, of
Hlllsboro, spent Wednesday with O
M. Richardson and family.
Chas. Stowe and family were guests
of Rev. and Mrs. John McMillan on
Friday of last week.
A number of young people enjoyed
a trip to Mrs. John Woodmansee's
Sugar Camp on last Thursday evening
The Puddln Heads of The Llterarj
Class In High School very pleasantly
entertained the Tar Babies at the
I home of Miss Helen Terrell. The
' evening was spent In playing games
I after which delightful refreshments
Mrs. B. J. Wdodmansee and daugh
ters, Mrs. O. M. Canter, Mrs. R. S
Bonar and Miss Angle Bonar spent
Friday with George Bonar and wife.
On last Saturday evening the Modern
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I their families gave a farewell social
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sandwiches, pickles, ice cream, cake
and coffee were served. A social time
was til m enjoyed by all present until
a late hour.
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Robert Purdy, wife and daughter,
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IIollad3y and wife, were entertained
by J. O. Lemon and wife, Wednesday
Mrs. Lewis Orebaugh, of Hlllsboro,
Is spending a few dajs at the home of
her son, Frank.
Mrs. Ed Pence and son, Edgar, spent
Thursday with Mrs. Joe Harnett.
Charlie Heard, of SprinRtield, Is vis
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Miss Bertha Chaney spent the fore
part of last week with Mrs. Clara Paul
of Sugartree Ridge.
Mrs. Will Charles; entertalnad her
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Mrs. Ann Pence Isthegnest of Matt
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Mrs. Mahala Lemon, Jannie Charles,
Susan and Edith Pence, Aunt Kate
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Robinson were callers during the week
at the home of Aunt Mahala McKee.
General Pence and family were en
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M. Meneley, of nillsboro.
Carl Hison and f family, of Catalpa
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Mrs. Belle Pence and son and Mrs.
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Miss RoselTrop entertained to din
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Pence and; sister, Zelpha, of Tile
Walter: Lemon and family were
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Ed. Chaney and family accompained
by their guests Mrs. Clara Paul ami
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