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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914
That Rainy
You have no doubt hoard of tho fellow who
didn't know enough to go in when it rained.
Foolish, of course,-but how about peoplo who know
enough to go in but have no place to go?
That's simply worse and more of it, isn't it?
Tho rainy days of life come to every one, and wise
is the man who prepares for it in advance. When
storms of adversity strike you, thero is no refuge
equal to a snug sum in the bank. Open an account
now, while the weather is flnb.
The Hillsboro Bank
Obituary.
Samuel A. Lyons, the tenth child
of Luther A. and Sarah Lyons, was
born Oct. 31, 1841. After a long and
continual Illness his Immortal spirit
departed this life from Ills home in
Buford, Jan. 2, 1914.
The subject of this sketch was a
brave patriot, a kind parent, a loyal
Odd Follow and a christian. He en
listed as a private soldier in the be
ginning of the great Civil War and
served throughout the entire contest.
He was promoted to the olllce of Com
missary Sargeant and was honorably
discharged as a second Lieutenant.
Mr Lyons was first married to Sara
Ann Roush, March 14, 1800. To this
union were born three children. 0.
A. Lyons, of Omaha, Neb., and Mrs.
Anna M. Landls, Des Moines, la. One
son died in infancy. This home cir
cle was severed by death Oct. 3, 1870.
Mr. Lyons was married the second
time to Cynthia A. Brown, Jan. 10,
1872. To this union was born one
child, Edward Lyons, the well known
citizen of the Buford community.
Samuel Lyons IndentiSed himself
with the Church of Christ under tho
ministry of Elder Thomas PInkerton,
Jan. 11, 1875. He served the Buford
church as Elder lor many years. The
writer of these lines spent many hours
at different times with the brother.
As his minister permit me to say that
he looked forward with faith and con
fidence to the time when the Heaven
ly Father would summon him home.
Mrs. Wilkin and myself one afternoon,
sang some old hymns for him. He
said with a smile, "1 enjoy that. It
makes me homesick for Heaven."
He leaves beside his stepson, M. C.
Brown, faithful companion, and Ira
mediate family already mentioned, a
host of friends and the following
brothers and sister, Norman Lyons, of
Parkersburg, W. Va Jane M. Clark,
of Sheridan, Floris Strode, of Havana,
Sarah Gray, of Samon, 111. Especial
mention should be made of Walter
Lyons, of Cincinnati, who has been
such a faithful attendant, proving
himself a true brother and helper
through the last days of his final ill
ness. S. E. Wilkin.
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BARRETT.
Feb. 2, 1914.
Mrs. Sarah Stultz and daughter,
Rose, and son, Cary, spent Sunday at
the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joseph
Morrow.
Mrs. Chas. Mercer and son, Wilbur,
called on Mrs. Delia Morrow, Sunday.
C.M.Stevens and wife and Wm.
Rowo and wife were called to Monroe
last week by the serious illness of Wm.
Tompkins.
Lee Morrow spent from Saturday
until Monday with narry Hopkins,
at Willettsville.
Aunt Lydia Mercer, who has been
very 111, Is slowly improving.
Mrs. J. S. Lovett has been very ill
the past week with rheumatism
Mrs. Delia Morrow and lather and
Nevll Falrley spent last Friday with
Mrs. Enoch Falrley.
Wm. Rowe and wife spent Sunday
at the home i fC. M. Stevens.
Wm. Barrett, wife and daughter
called at the home of W. W. Wolfe,
Sunday.
Miss Glenna Garman spent Sunday
with Miss Grace Chrlsman.
Hamer Lyle and wife spent Sunday
at the home of Vernon Rlttenhouse.
John Perry aud wife, Mrs. Bee
Woodward and daughter, Mary, and
Mrs. Delia Morrow spent last Wednes
day at the home of John Dutlleld.
Miss Helen Kline and brother and
Miss Helen Overman were guests of
Miss Madge and Leslie Stevens, Sun
day. J. L. Montgomery and family took
dinner Sunday at the home of James
Evans, near Snake Corner.
Misses lone and Jessie Troth at
tended Quartley meeting at Leesburg,
Saturday.
Mrs. Allle Rowe called on Mrs. J. B.
Cowgill, recently.
1 m .
Recognized Advantages.
You will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has recognized advan
tages over most medicines in use for
coughs and colds. It does not suppress
a cold but loosens and relieves It. It
aid3 expectoration and opens the secre
tions, which enables the system to
throw off a cold. It counteracts any
tendency of a cold to result in pneumo
nia. It contains no opium or other
narcotic, and may be give i to a child
as confidently as to an adult. For sale
by All Dealers. adv
FALLSVILLE.
Feb. 2, 1914.
Fete Stotler and family spent Sun
day with Lem Stllwell, at Round
Head.
Millard Storer and wife spent Satur
day and Sunday In Hillsboro.
Mrs. Wm. Ford sj.ent Sunday after
noon with Lem Stlllwell and wife.
Thos. Perln, of near New Vienna,
spent Sunday afternoon with his
brother, Ellas, near Round Head.
Raymond Ford called on Walter
Ridgeway Sunday afternoon, i
Wendell Summer and wife took din
ner with the latter's parents, Sunday.
Mrs, Ellas Perln, who has been sick,
Is slowly Improving.
Flossie and Mildred Ridgeway called
on Walter Ridgeway Sunday after
noon. Walter Ridgeway recently Installed
a small electric light plant in his
barn and house.
Mrs. Wm. Ford entertained Ed.
Storer and wife, of Wilmington, Sun
day night.
Inez Ford Is spending a few days
with Mrs. Randolph Holmes.
Although there are nearly 53,000,000
sheep in the United States, they repre
sent less than 5 per cent of the total
number of domestic animals on the
country's farm.
PILES
are curable. All kinds
mean suffering: and
danirer. The CAUSE
li always Internal.
Dr. Leonhardt's
H F M-ROI r
tablets pr
INTERN
tablets produce araaxliur results by attacking: the
AU CAUSE. The piles are dried up and
r cured. M days' treatment. JLOO,
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RESULTS TELL
There Can Ue No Doubt About
the Results in Hillsboro.
Results tell the tale.
All doubt is removed.
Tho testimony of a Uillsborocltizen
can be easily investigated.
What better proof can be had.
Fred Patterson, 305 E. Main St.,
Hillsboro, Ohio, says: "Three years
ago my kidneys were in pretty bad
way. My back bothered me and I
couldn't get down to do any tiling with
out an effort. It was the same way
when I tried to straighten up. Occa
sionally I got a stitch in my back that
would nearly cripple me. My kidneys
wore weak and I had to get up five or
six times in the night to pass the kid
ney secretions. My head felt dull at
times and 1 was sick all over. Nothing
seemed to give me any relief. I was
persuaded by a Mend to give Doan's
Kidney Pills a good trial and I got a
box at Garrett & Ayres' Drug Store.
In three days I felt like a different
man. Doan s Kidney Pills my kidneys
In shape and I have had very little
trouble since."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New Yor sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. adv
CATALPA GROVE.
Feb. -2, 1914.
Harry Cratnpton and wife, of near
Lynchburg, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with A. E. Wilkin and family.
Ira Cadwallader and family were their
guests Sunday.
Mrs. E. E. Smith spent part of last
week In Hillsboro the guest of' her
mother, Mrs. Nlckeson.
Mrs. Clark Cadwallader spent from
Thursday until Monday with C. P.
Walker and family, of Hillsboro.
Misses Minnie and Mary Pedce were
pleasantly entertained Wednesday
night by Owen Roush and family.
narry McCommick and wife, of near
Ralnsboro, visited from Friday until
Sunday with E, O. Smith and wife.
Charley Fouch, of Blanchester, spent
a few days last week with his father,
Louis Fouch, who is quite 111.
Ed Burton and family, of Fairvlew,
spent Sunday with Fred Roush and
wife.
J. T. Thompson and wife, of near
Dodsonville, spent Thursday with
Owen Roush and family.
Ellis Boberts and family and Mrs.
Ben Wilkin, of Russell, spent Thurs
day with Samuel Wilkin and family.
H. R. Wilkin and Mr. McConnaha
attended church In Hillsboro Sunday
afternoon.
Colds and Croups in Children.
Many people rely upon Chamber
Iain's Cough Remedy impllclty in cases
of colds and croup, and It never disap
points them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas,
Logansport, Ind., wrties: "I have
found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to be the best medicine for colds and
croup I have ever used, and never tire
of recommending It to my neighbors
and friends. I have always given It to
my children when suffering from
croups, and It has never failed to give
them prompt relief." For sale by All
Dealers. adv
NEW PETERSBURG.
Feb. 2, 1914.
Mrs. Jesse Carper and daughter,
Lola, spent a part of last week with
her mother, Mrs. Ulen, near Salem.
Mrs. S. J. Buck and Mrs. W. II.
Pommert, of Greenfield, and Miss Ruth
Hughey were guests of Mrs. F. H.
Strobel, Wednesday.
Mrs. Neal Wheaton was called to
Leesburg recently to see her father,
Mr. LeavertorT; who Is seriously 111.
David McCall and wife visited rela
tives In Marshall Sunday.
Little Vernon, son of John Dwyer
and wife, has been dangerously HI the
past week.
T. M. Frump and wife, of North
Union, spent Sunday with Jesse Spence
and family.
Rev Shrlver will begin a series of
meetings here Sunday night.
Ellsworth Luttrel and son, Robert,
of Sabina, visited relatives here from
Friday until Sunday.
Isaac Oats has purchased property
here of Mr. Setty and will make this
his home.
Eva Pearce spent last week in Hills
boro. Eva Powell, who has been sick for
some time, is able to be out again I
William Upp died very suddenly
Thursday night and was buried Sun
day at Greenfield.
Ruth Caldwell was the guest of
Hazel Shrlver from Friday until Mon
day. Robert Shrlvers and wife and Rich
ard Wlnegar spent Sunday with Bert
Hamilton and wife.
j Sunday School Teacher What no
you mean by the quick and the dead?
Small Boy Them as gets out of the
way of autos is quick, and them as
don't Is dead.--Ohlcago Record- Herald.
BERRYVILLE.
February 2, 1914.
Mrs. E. E. West was a visitor in
Hillsboro Monday.
Mr. and Mrs James Beets went to
the tabernacle meeting In Hillsboro
Thursday night.
Harry Shannon was 111 with grip
last week.
Mrs. Lillie Beets spent last Wednes
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Eaklns, near Marshall.
Lorain Spargurand Everett Beets
spent Wednesday evening In Hillsboro.
Glone Fox purchased the Al South
ern barber outfit last week.
James Steel is very ill.
Everett Beets called on Ellis West
Saturday evening.
Ova Creed is going to work for
Newt. Carey at Carey town this spring.
Ilerron Nowby and wife spent Sun
day In Hillsboro.
Mrs. Joseph Swaner, of Belfast,
spent Sunday with Harry Shannon
and wife.
Mrs. Alta Shannon called on Mrs.
Evallne McCoy Sunday afternoon
Amos Mull and wife visited Mr.
and Mrs. Ilerdman Sunday.
Kay West and family, of Columbus,
are visiting his mother, Mrs. Hugh
Moorman, and Mrs. West's mother,
Mrs. Josephine Jones.
Miss Clara West, who is attending
school in Hillsboro, spent Saturday
and Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Hugh Moorman.
Mrs. George Puckett entertained
Mrs Shannon last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. West were in
Belfast last Wednesday.
James Hochberger is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. L H. Mendenhall at
tended the business meeting at Bel
fast last week, conducted by Rev.
VanPelt at the M. E. Church.
"The Best Laxative I Know Of."
"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets
for several years. People who have
used them will take nothing else. I
can recommend them to my customers
as the best laxative and cure for con
stlpatlon that I know of," writes
Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. For
sale by All Dealers. adv
NORTHUNION.
February 2, 1914.
James Carlisle and wife visited their
son, Cary, Sunday.
T. M. Frump and wife were guests
of J. E. Spence and family, of New
Petersburg, Sunday.
Charley Davis will work for John
Vanzant this spring and left for his
new home Sunday.
Mrs. Gaorge Stultz and Mrs. Sher
man Holt and son, Harold, called on
Mrs. T. M. Frump Sunday evening.
George Milburn and Ernest Frump
are sick.
Robert Lewis and Carl Wllkins
have secured work for the summer
near New Vienna and will leave the
first of March.
Sherman Holt and wife and son vis
ited George Stultz last Monday. Mrs.
Holt and son remained for a weeks
visit with her parents and other rel
atives. Merll Wheelen and wife were guests
of Geo. Stultz and family Sunday.
Mrs. W. L. Turner is no better and
was visited Sunday by her daughter
and grand-children.
How to Prevent Bilious Attacks.
"Coming events cast their shadows
before." This is especially true of
bilious attacks. Your appetite will
fail, you will feel dull and languid. If
you are subject to bilious attacks take
three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon
as these symptoms appear and the at
tack may be warded off. For sale by
All Dealers. adv
Mother You should save your mon
ey, Willie. The price of everything Is
going up.
Willie Then why save It, mamma?
The longer I save it the less you can
buy with it Puck.
No Backache or Kidney Pains.
If you have pains in the back, urin
ary, bladder or kidney trouble, dizzi
ness and lack of energy, try Mother
Gray's akomatic-leaf, the pleasant
herb remedy. As a tonic laxative it
has no equal. At Druggists, or by
mail, 50c Ask to-day. Sample FREE.
Address The Mother Gray Co , LeRoy,
N. Y. adv
English engineers asert that enough
coal to last the world 800 years still is
available in Newcastle.
Good Tilings iq Eat
will hold no joys for you if you have Indi
gestion or any STOMACH, LIVER or KIDNEY
trouble. You need notpay big dootor'a bills,
but if you suffer from any of these ailments
ju9t step into your nearest druggist and get
a CO cent bottle of SEVEN BARKS, the great
household remedy, the finest tonio and
blood purifier known. If your system is
run down and you want to regain yout
youthful energy, SEVEN BARKS will accom.
plisk it, make your food digest and give
you new life. Money refunded if dissatis.
fled. Try it and enjoy your meals. Addre&t
LYMAN BROWN, 6S Murray St, New Yirk.N.Y
CAREYTOWN.
Feb. 2, 1014.
W. D. Carey returned home Sunday,
after spending a few days in Cincin
nati. Ethel Grove is visiting with her
brother, Homer.
Mrs. Isaac Dunlap and two child
ren spent Wednesday with her par
ents, C. N. Carey and wife.
Donald Carey spent from Friday un
til Monday at home.
Homer Grove and family and sister,
Ethel, spent Thursday evening with
T. B. Smith.
T. B Smith and family were enter
tained Sunday by the former's par
ents, Mack Smith and wife.
Glen Carey, Leona, Madge and
Gladys Clianey spent Sunday after
noon with Olive and Gladys Smith.
Lettle Smith and Helen Purdy spent
Sunday with Dennis Cook and family.
Homer Grove and family and sister,
Ethel, visited Taylor Hixon, Sunday.
Roy Beck and family spent Sunday
with Allen Ockerman.
Elsie Michael, Olive, Lettle and
Gladys Smith spent Sunday evening
with Homer Grove and family.
Isaac Dunlap and family spent Sun
day evening with Homer Grove and
family.
Gurney Carey, wife and son, Glen,
spent Sunday evening with Homer
Grove.
Kirby Chaney, wife and two child
ren, Norman and Reba, spent Sunday
afternoon with Mrs Chaney's parents,
S. E. Michael.
Ralph, Reba, Ruby, Helen and
Grace Carey were guests Sunday of
their sister, Mrs. Isaac Dunlap.
Taylor Martin and family spent Sun
day with Sam Engle and wife.
FORT HILL.
I eb. 2, 1914.
Mrs. Jane and Rebecca Stults visited
the former's daughter, Mrs. Elmer
Cameron, of near Marshall, a few days
last week.
Mrs. Artie Eubanks attended the
funeral of Mrs. Dan Skeen at Sinking
Springs Sunday and took dinner with
her sister, Mrs. Ed Rhoads.
Eva Rhoads spent Wednesday with
Miss Grace Havens.
Carlton Williams, of Dayton, and
sister, Miss Grace, of Centerfleld, were
the guests of their sister, Mrs. C. A.
Rhoads last week.
Bess L. Butler spent Wednesday
night with her sister, Mrs. J. E Chap
man, at Sinking Spring.
H. V. Matthews and wife entertain
ed Sunday for dinner, Dr. J. E. Chap
man and family, of Sinking Spring,
and J. O. Stults and wife.
S. S. Deardoff and wife entertained
a few friends Monday night with a
dance.
n. M. Eubanks and wife were busi
ness visitors in Hillsboro Thursday.
Given Kessler, of Harriett, and Jess
Kessler, of Elmvllle, were business
visitors In this vicinity, Friday.
John L. Reed left Monday for Mid
dletown to visit his daughter, Mrs.
Tlllle Irons, who is sick.
Mrs. Anna Rhoads and family were
the guests of Mis. S. S. Deardoff.
Manlove Reed, of Straight Creek,
who has been staying at the home of
his parents, John Reed and wife, dur
ing their absence, spent Thursday
with his wife.
C. O. Havens was the guest of Isaac
Bobb Saturday night.
Ralph Smalley, wife and baby spent
Sunday with Edw. White and family.
Misses Jane and Grace Havens called
on Bess L. Butler Saturday afternoon.
Fred Rhoads visited his father, near
Cedar Point, Sunday.
Nellie Kessler was a business visitor
in Hillsboro, Friday.
Quite a number from this vicinity
attended the funeral of Mrs. Daniel
Skeen, at Sinking Spring, Sunday.
Although the United States has more
cattle than any country, except India,
it is the world's greatest Importer of
hides and skins.
I Korea displays the plum blossom on
her stamps. It Is the royal flower of
her last dynasty a dynasty which
reigned for 500 years, until the Japan
ese wrested it away.
"You are the manager here, eh?
Well, years ago I dined here and, being
unable to pay my bill, you kicked me
out."
"Very sorry, sir; but business, you
know er "
"Oh, that's all right, old right, old
chap but might I trouble you
again " Tatler.
The first live months of 1913 saw all
previous records in Texas broken for
the amount of bonds voted In the vari
ous counties and road precincts for
good roads.
"What I want to see," said the re
former, "Is acity that knows absolute
ly nothing of graft "
"That's what I'd like to see," replied
the ward politician. "Wouldn't It ba
a gold mine for the right parties 1"
Washington Star.
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PRICETOWN.
Feb. 2, 1914.
Rev. Well, Theodore Shaffer and
wife and Willie Turner and wife were
guests Sunday of ira Gossettand wife.
Mrs. Ozro Barker spent one day last
week with her parents, Wm. Wardlow
and wife.
Quite a number from here have be en
attending Tabernacle meetings at
Hillsboro.
Orland Cochran and wife and daugh
ter, Lucy, were guests Friday of Harley
Cochran and family, at Blanchester
Everett and Willie Haynes, George,
Roy, Bernice and Ada Young and Mil
ton Barr spent Saturday night with
Bert Young and family.
Robert McLaughlin attended the
funeral of his nephew, Albert Stevens,
at Marion, Ind.
Henry Swearingen is confined to the
house.
W. S. Barker and wife attended
church at Hillsboro Sunday and were
guests of Philip Leinlnger and family.
George Tedrick spent one day last
week with his brother, Ab, at Dodson
ville. The I. O. O F. team, of this place,
went to East Danville Saturday night
and did the first degree work, East
Danville doing the second degree.
The Buford Team will confer the third
degree to the candidates of the Ease
Danville and Prlcetown lodges at this
place next Saturday nlerht. The Easr.
Danville lodge entertained the Price
town lodge Saturday night with a fine
lunch.
Miss Alma Kissling.'of nillsboro,
spent last week with James Donohoo
I and wife. Elmont Donohoo and wife
were their guests Sunday.
James Phibbs and family, of Middle
town, are visiting P. F. Certier and
wife.
I jrsL wurKman ana wire were called
to Danville Monday on account of the
serious illness of the latter's father,
B. F. Cochran.
Allle Hartman spent Sunday with
M. M. Workman and family.
Mrs. Mary Harris and Miss Minnie
Vance, of narrlsburg, and Mrs. Bruce
Jones spent one day last week with
John McConnaughey and family.
Charley barlow had as his guest
Sunday, George Shaffer.
This Wiif Interest Mothers.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children, relieve Feverlshness, Head
ache. Bad Stomach. TpAtlllnir rtlenr.
1 ders, move and regulate the Bowels
and destroy worms. They break up
! Colds in 24 hours. All Druggists, 25c.
sample FREE. Address, A. S. Olm
sted, LeRoy, N, Y. adv

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