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THE NEWS-HERALD; HILLSBORO, OHIO.THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914.
LYNCHBURG.
March 8, 1014.
Miss Kuth Mauntel, of Iltllsboro,
epentSuncUy with Miss Hesslo Hun
ter. Miss Emma Ueatli. of IUlnsboro,
was the guest of Mrs L L. Farls over
Sunday.
Misses Ilazel Marsella and Mary and
Master Donald McCann were guests ot
Emmet Exmati and family, of Ulan
Chester, Sunday.
Miss Hazel M. Galllett, of Coving
ton, Ky., was with home folks Satur
day and Sunday.
W. W. Dean and son, Robert, of
Blanchester, were with Clarence Dean
and wife Thursday.
Miss Irene Rehytner, of New
Vienna, spent last week with her
aunt, Mrs. -Anna Itellls.
Mrs McCool, the aged grandmother
of Clarence Dean, Is suffering with a
dislocated hip, caused by a fall.
Misses Helen Murphy and Vera
Crites, of Wilmington College, were
guests of Horace Murphy ana wire
over Sunday.
Miss Georgetta Hill, of Columbus,
vislted-her sister, Mrs. Harry Murphy,
recently
L. L. Farls and Floyd Sonner, of Co
lumbus, were with home folks over
Sunday.
Harold Hodson transacted business
in Cincinnati two days of last week.
W. B Ruble and wife entertained a
number of young people Friday even
ing in honor of their niece, Miss Bar
rett, of Leesbur.?.
Mesdames Noble and Shank enter
tained Chas. Russell and wife of New
York, Harry Cleveland and Mr. Perry,
of New Orleans, with a six o'clock din
ner Monday.
Mrs. Wm Cleveland was with Mrs.
Dewey, of Blanchester, Monday after
noon. Chas. Blackmore and wife, of Hills-,
boro, were with Dr. Archer and wife
Saturday and Sunday.
Birch Reams and wife spent part of
last week with Russell Slmpkins and
wife, of New Vienna.
Class No 0, of the M. E. Sunday
The W. 0. T. It. will meet with
Mrs. II B. Galllett on Tuesday after
noon, March 17.
Mrs. Wm Dresch loft for Chicago
Thursday. She expects to spend a
partof the time at Moody s Institute,
where she formerly attended lectures.
Gus Bering spent Saturday and Sun
day with his parents In Covington,
Ky.
Those that attended the funeral of
Mrs. Hall from a distance were: Wal
ter Bembertonand wife, Chas. Phillips
and wife, of New Vienna, Mrs. Arlle
Clark, Oscar Chanuy, of Cincinnati,
Griffith Jones and wife, of Dainbrldge,
Albert Townsend and wife, of Green
field, Sim Griffin and family, or Illlls
boro, and Lanta Klrkhart, of Fair
view. The relatives that attended the fun
eral of Mrs Cleveland from a distance
were: Chas. Russell and wife, of New
York City, Harry Cleveland and
nephew, Sam Perry, of New Orleans,
Miss Emma Graves, of Louisville, Ky.,
Mrs. J. A. Bering, of Covington, Ky.,
Mr. Peet, of New Albanr, Ind., Mrs.
Jacobs, of Jeffersonville, Ind., Mrs.
Ferd Zimmerman, of Cincinnati, Miss
Emma Peet and Mrs. Chas. Hoffman,
of Hyde Park, and Lewis Dewey, of
Blanchester.
HILLSBORO'S
IGGEST
EST
USIEST
STORE
FORT HILL.
March 0, 1014.
B. W. Spargur, of Carmel, was in
this vicinity Friday evening.
Elva Cartwrlght and wife, of Sink
ing Spring, were the guests of the tat
ter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P.
Havens, Sunday.
George Reed and wife and daughter
spent Sunday with S. S. Deardoff and
family.
Lawrence Kessler and w Ife and baby
'spent Sunday with J. L. Butler and
wife at Sinking Spring.
John Burk Is sick.
Eva Rhoads spent Sunday with her
cousin, Osa Deardoff.
Mrs. Harvey Klssllng, of Sinking
Spring, spent Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. Artie Eubanks.
Mrs. Jane Stultsand daughter, Mrs.
Mary Bobb, spent Wednesday with the
school will give a Dime Social on St. , Otter's daughter, Mrs Ella McCop-
Patricks Day at the Duncanson build- pin, of near Carmel. They were ac
log, beginning at 7 o'clock'ln the even- companled home by MIs3 Edith Mc
Ing and continueing until 11 o'clock . Coppln, who had been the guest cf
The admission Is 10 cents which in- her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bobb,
eludes supper. A St. Patrick program for a few days. '
will be given throughout the evening. Oscar Kepllnger, of Mlllertown, was
Everybody invited to come and en- a business visitor In this vicinity on
joy the evening. Thursday. I
Mrs. C. H. Winkle, of Hillsboro, was Mr. and Mrs. John L Reed were the ,
a business visitor here Thursday. guests of relatives in Sinking Spring
Misses Ruth Dumenll and Nora on Friday. j
Keeves attended the millinery open-1 James C. West entertained quite a
ings In Cincinnati last week. ' number of young folks Thursday night
Mesdames Henderson and Linton with a dance,
entertained with luncheon Tuesday I Alva Valentine, of Falrview. was in
The First Robin Has Arrived. So Has Kerns' Spring Coals, Suits,
Dresses, Waists and Skirts.
Any style to please the fad or fancy of he up-to-date woman
or Miss will be found in our large assortment.
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of
Sirs. Henderson in honor of Mrs. Odis
Hopkins, who expects to return to her
home in Middlefleld Thursday. Fif
teen ladies were present to enjoy .the
afternoon.
The funeral of Mrs. Rachel Cleve
land, whose death was mentioned in
last weeks paper, was held in the M.
E. church Thursday afternoon, con
ducted by Rev. Dresch. Mrs, Clove
land was 77 years old and had been a
resident of this place most of her life,
she leaves a daughter, Mrs. Chas. Rus
sell and one son, Harry Cleveland, be
sides a hose of friends to mourn. One
son, William, preceded her a little
more than a year ago. Interment was
made In the Masonic cemetery.
Class No. 14, of the M. E. S. S. will
hold a market in U. N. Henderson's
office on Saturday, begining at 0
o'clock.
The Home and School Association
are planning for a June fair, the date
will be decided upon later.
Mrs Sarah Hall, one of our oldest
residents, died at the home of her
daughter, Mrs. Lizzie McKenzle, on
Saturday at the age of 01 years and
6 months. The funeral was held at
the h;me on Sunday afternoon, con
ducted by Rev. Kllngman, of Cincin
nati, assisted by Rev. McMurray.
Grandma Hall was a member of the
Christian church and a very highly re
spected lady. She leaves two daugh
ters who so tenderly watched over her
during her sickness. They are Mrs.
Lizzie McKlnzie and Mrs. R. B. Wig
gins besides a host of relatives and
friends to mourn her death. Inter
ment was made In the Masonic ceme
tery. H. N. Henderson and wife enter
tained Ferd Ratcllfl and wife and Miss
Eulah Blanch PItzer at dinner Sun
day. Miss Martha Kellls returned to her
work in Columbus Monday.
O. W. Roush, of New York, is with
his family for a few days.
Misses Nelle and Marian DeLaney
and Mrs. Brough Smith shopped In
Cincinnati Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. Geo, DeLaney spent Monday
with Mrs. R. E. Andrews, of Blanched
ter,
Miss Eulah Blanche PItzer, of
Evansvllle, Ind., was called here to at
tend the funeral of her grandfather,
Lewis Pitzer. She will remain for a
short visit with Mrs. Ferd RatclinV
this vicinity Thursday.
Vena Rhoads and Jamie Deardoff,
Benson Butler and Floyd Chapman
called on O. C. Havens Sunday after
noon. Mrs Maud Matthews and sister.
Bess L. Butler, spent Sunday at the
home of their brother-in-law, Dr. J. '
E. Chapman, at Sinking Spring. I
James Butters, of Sinking Spring,
has purchased the Bub Stanley farm
near here. , I
Mrs. Dora Butler and son, of Sink
ing Spring, spent Sunday with the lat
ter's mother, Mrs. Jane Stults. '
Carlton West and sister, Louise, '
called on their grandmother West,
Sunday afternoon. i
Jane and Grace Havens spent Satur-
day afternoon with L. Butler.
Benson Butler, of Sinking Spring,
spent the most of last week with his
aunt, Mrs. n. V. Matthews.
W. A. Kepllnger Is sick.
Verna Rhoads will commence work
ing for J. O. Stults in the morning,
Henry Deardoff ahd wife are guests
of the latter's nephew, Frank Murron
at Cliff Range. '
Little Edna Bennett is quite sick.
Auui ismia uruvu received oy parcel i
post last ween a nice mess oi green
beans, grown in her brother, Samp
son Grove's garden In St. Clonde, Fla.
Bert Mull and family, 'of Middle-
town, were called to the vicinity of '
Cliff Range last week by the serious
Illness of the former's father, Wm.
Mull.
Mrs. Simpson West called on the
sick In Cliff Range Sunday afternoon.
Senior Orations.
The members of the second section
of the senior class of the High School
will deliver, their orations Thursday
evening at 7:30 at the Washington
School building. The following pro
gram has been 'arranged :
Prayer. . Jlev. Shleldi
Piano Duet.. Mabel Lemon, Florence Hilton
Christian Education Husaell Fling
The Panama Canal GlenTeuer
Song . Cuarma Satterfleld
Simon Says "Wiggle, WagRle".Marga'taiaze
Does opportunity Make the Man J.Ulrlc Koush
Cornet Solo..... Mabel Price
The Power or Influence , .Ralph Robert
The Process of the Suns ....John Christy
Music.-... ......... ., , , , ...Lincoln Quartette
The Plant Wizard ,, ..Lester Vance
Intervention In Mexico FredKeeler
PlonoBolo .......Mrs, Fred Pope
Benediction.. .,... Her, Shields
Mrs. Louis Stanley is visiting lier
parents In Greenfield.
A Riot of Colors. Cloths and Styles usher in the Spring season.
Pictured above are only a few of our many fascinating models.
FjriG&d to Please All F3
urses
The better you know Kerns' Quality, Style, Price and Kerns'
method of doing busines, the better you will like to trade at this
progressive store.
You are cordially invited to come to this store and see what
is new for spring. Easter is April 12th, 191&.
CHAS. M. KERNS
South High Street,
Hillsboro, Ohio.
Frank Ayres '
nsurance Arjt
Opera House Block
Representing six of the strongest
Old Line Fire insurance Companies.
Most liberal Farm Policies ever writ
ten in the Aetna Co. Also Live Stock
Insurance. Insuring your horses
against death from any cause
I represent the Aetna, Fidelity and
Surety Bond Oo. One of the largest.
Also with aooident policies. Terms as
low as you can get in high class safe
insurance. - 0-0
FRANK AYRES
Cotton Seed Mea
We have a lot of
this excellent cow
feed at
RICHARDS MILL
Storm tiuggies.
VJe have the best there Is, Now Is
the time for them. The M F. Oar
roll & Sons Co. adv.
When baby suffers with eczema or
some itching skin trouble, use Doan's
Ointment. A little of it goes a long
ways and it Is safe for children 50c a
box at all stores. adv
Miss Frances Work, of Columbus,
Mrs. Theodore Brown and son. Ornln.
of Washington C. H., Mrs. W. B.
Edgar, of Chicago, and John Brown.
of Washington, Kan., were here for
the funeral of James J. Brown Monday.
Marriage Licenses.
Clarence Ward, of Peebles, and Clara
Yankee, of Marshall.
Dawson Washburn, of New Castle,
Ind , and Goldio Blnegar, of Bridges.
Homer Gossett, of Leesburg, and
Alice Morgan, of Hillsboro R. D, 1
William Waterman and Josephine
Mader, both of Greenfield.
Mrs. J, E. Stabler and son returned
Monday from a visit with the former's
father at Lynchburg. i
COMING!
One car of Shelled
Corn, 70c per bu.
on track.
RIGHARDS MILL
Miss Jessie Mullenlx visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Andrew Roberts, near Berry
vine, from Saturday until Monday.
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK '
j JOSEPHINE ROUSH'SL
SOUTH HIGH ST.
The New Spring Millinery Is Here
And Embraces the Most Beautiful Hats From All the -Fashion
Centers of Both the New and Old World
The New Hats in all their Grandeur and Beauty are now on Display.
They Inolude all the Stylos that the well dressed women will wear, ' ' v
We moat cordially invite all tho Ladies and Children to visit our
store and see the new stye Hats.
MISS JOSEPHINE ROUSH, Proprietress
MRS. EWING-NEWBY, As't. Sales Lady
MISS VENA LEMRICH, Trimmer
MISS CALLIE MCLAUGHLIN, Maker
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