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ESTABLISHED 1837.
BILLS ALLOWED
To Whom Paid and For What
Purpose the Money of the
County is Expended.
Hill City Gro. Co., supplies. $8.45.
Stakalta Pen Co , tj pewrlter ribbon,
clerk, $1.70.
W. H. Stanage& Co, supplies tax
assesso'r, $30.75
Milton Zlnk, repairs. $17.25.
Bowles & Co., supplies, $12
Burch E Ervln, liv sheriff, $17 50.
Cln Work House, prisoner, $81.90.
Hlllsboro Ice Del Co., ice, $0 50.
Dispatch, supplies, $22 50..
C. W. Fairley, livery sheriff, $29.
Naylor & Hern, painting, $03.24.
M. F. Carroll & Sons, repairs, $3 75.
J. S. Farls, box rent, 75c.
Hills L. & F. Co , light, $34.23.
Superior Printing Co., sup, $18.75.
W. H. Walker, carrying prisoners to
Workhouse, $21 03.
News-Herald, supplies, $19.10.
Gazette, blanks for assessors, $135 95.
D. L. SatterQeld, raov ashes, $4 50.
J. B. Worley, box rent, 75c.
Consolidated Time Lock Co , clean
Ing lock Treas Safe, $20.
Standard Oil Co., oil, $3.
Can U Tel Co, rentals & tolls, $14 70.
Hlllsboro Lumber Co., lumber, $6.41.
W. J. Moore, painting, $90.
D. L. Satterfield, sheriff exp, $93 85.
D. L. Sattertield, jail fees, 79.24.
J. Strain & Co , burial Sarah Stev
ens, $75.
Kincaid & Son, bur Wm Brewer, $75.
Bobbltt & Ruble, bur James ileitis
. and Sarah Hall, $150.
J. Cunningham, jan sal, $40
Jas Wilkin, mayor's fees State vs.
Foley, $2 50.
W. H. Walker, marshal fees State
vs. Foley, $1 40.
W. M. Shlmp, mayor fees State vs.
Scott, $6.85
Marshal fees) State vs. Scott, $22 65.
Witness fees. State vs Scott, $17.
A. D. Wiss, mayor fees, State vs.
Shaffer, $4 40.'
Marshal fees, State vs Shaffer, $8.40.
Asst. Marshall fees, Slate vs. Shaf
fer, $1.50.
W. G. McClure, repairs, $1.50.
A. T. Shook, labor, $28
T. E. Hawthorn, labor, $15 15.
M. Q. Turner, labor, $12.10.
R. Grandle, cem wk & labor, $173.04.
Chas. McCoppln, labor, $29 25.
W. A. West, sower tile, $9 60.
N. C. Bales, labor, $7.0.
F. W. Coyner, lumber, $24 34.
C. F. Whlslor, lumber, $31 25
R. Grandle, labor, $52 66
Gus Cailey, shoveling snow & dam
age, $7.50.
Chas. W. Scott, crushed stone, $400.
J. 1. Fenner, shoveling snow, $5.25.
A. T. Shook, shoveling snow, $16.50.
W. H. Minke, shoveling snow, 22.25.
H. A. Fender, labor, $15.
Sam'l Beatty, shoveling snow, $12.
J. C. Gotherman, shovel snow, $10 25.
H. D. Temple, shovel snow, $9.75.
Mary E. Larrlck, damage account
snow, $24.50.
Chas. McCoppln, repairs, $53 78
W. h. Smith, shovel snow, $23 30. -
Thos. Hopkins, shovel snow, $25 50.
S. D. West, repairs, $87.00.
W. G. Johnson, repairs, $6. -
Sam'l Wilkin, shovel snow, $1,50.
Chas. Polk, shovel snow, $12.90.
W. H. McAdow, sec'y. repair Dod
sonvillo pike, $82.
Hamer West, labor, $12.50.
N. C. Bales, repair, $24.23:
Elmer Post, shovel snow, $2.50.
Mrs. Rebecca Arthur, treas Child
ren's Home, $306.90.
Support Indigent Colored Children,
$172.15.
Hlllsboro Ice & Coal Co., coal, $73.12.
Western Union Telegraph Co., rent
for election, $10.
C. E. Dumenll, labor, $9.25.
Fred E. Hardy, ref under tax, $1.22.
Easter Market.
The Benevolent Committee of the
Girl's Friendly Society of the Episco
pal Church will hold a market at the
Union ' Grocery, Saturday, April 11.
Decorated eggs a specialty.
Notice to Odd Fellows.
A special session of the Grand Lodge
will be held at the nail of Lafayette
Lodge No. 25 I O. O. F. on Friday
night, April 17. The Grand Master
and Grand Secretary will exemplify
the work of the Degrees. All Odd
Fellows are cordially Invited and urged
to attend this meeting.
- Secretary.
Marriage Licenses.
Dr. A. B. Kester of New Carlisle,
a"nd Geneva Pavey, of Leesburg.
Edgar Dddds, of Balnbridge,- and
Mary Siaabro, of nillsboro, R D. 10.
William F, Blazer antf Iris B. Moore,
both of Greenfield.
Samuel E. Vanzant and Orie E.
Bhlnkle, both 6f Hlllsboro,
Otto Brewer, of Sharpsvllle, and
EU& Morgan, of Lynchburg.
COURT NEWS
IS ALL HERE
Seven New Cases Were Filed
in Common Pleas Court
During Past Week
BIG DAMAGE SUITS FILED
By W. N.Bailey Against Drs. Jones
and AmbroseContest of
Will of 'James Moore
Jurors Drawn.
Seven new cases were filed in the
Common Pleas Court during the past
week. v
Fannie J. Redmon and Elizabeth
Moore Randolph against Edward D
Moore and others in an action to con
test the will of James E. Moore, de
ceased, late of Madison township The
plaintiffs are daughters of Jaraes' E.
Moore. By the terms of the will the
Income from $8,000 Is given to Fannie
J. Redmon during hei natural life.
The remainder of his estate he gives
to the four children of his son, Ed
mond. Thl9, however is not to be
divided among them until the young
est child becomes of age. The grounds
upon which contest is based, are not
given the only statement being that
paper writing alleged to be the will of
James E. Moore Is not his last will
and testament. Tne estate is estima
ted to amount to $35,000.
W. N. Bailey, of Paint township,
has brought two suits for damages in
each of which he asks for $20,275 The
suits are against Dr. Robert J. Jones,
of Greenfield, and Dr. William H. Am
brose, of New Petersburg. The peti
tion states that on June 23, 1913, a pre
tended inquest of lunacy was held
upon the plaintiff at his residence in
Paint township before Probate Judge
J. B. Worley ; that by reason of negli
gent, false and willful testimony of
said Dr. Jones and Dr. Ambrose at
this inquest Judge Worley held that
he was insane and committed him to
the Athens State rfospital for the in
sane ; that he was confined in that in
otltutlon for six weeks. The plaintiff
says that by reason of such confine
ment he was unable to give attention
to his business and was damaged by
each physician in the sum of $275 and
was damaged in his reputation, feel
ings and comfort by each of them In
the sura of $20,000 for which he asks
judgment.
Sarah Hudson asks for a divorce
frbm Harry Hudson on the grounds of
gross neglect of duty. The parilts
were married at nillsboro Sept. 14,
1913, and have no children.
James E. Lucas against LIzzte M.
Lucas is also a suit for divorce. The
parties were married July 19, 1902, at
Hlllsboro, and have no children. The
plaintiff says tint the defendant has
been willfully absent from him more
than three years.
The Moores-Corey Co. of Cincinnati,
atralnst E. B. Thompson is a suit on
an account for $290 90 for which It
asks Judgment. The plaintiffs are
contractors and dealers in builders
supplies. The defendant is connected
with the Greenfield Journal.
The will of Sarah Beavers, deceased,
was filed in the Common Pleas Court
for hearing for probate. Probate
Judge Worley being a witness to the
will. By the will Mrs. Beavers makes
special bequests of $100 to each of her
daughters, Lenna and Ruth and also
gives them all her household and
kitchen furniture. She also gives to
her son, Berry, $1. The remainder of
her estate Is to be divided equally
among her six children, Andrew J.,
Oswell W., Lenora, Ruth A., Austin
and James E. Beavers' Andrew J.
Beavers Is named as executor.
The grand and petit jurors for the
May term of court weredrawn from
the wheel Monday.
The grand Jurors are summoned to
report Monday, May 4, and the petit
jurors on Monday, May 18.
GRAND JURORS.
John Murphy. Washington: Don
Main, Marshall ; N. Wj Igo, Concord;
Joseph Resor, Madison ; A. S. Eaton,
Liberty ; J. S. Erwin, Dodson ; O. N.
Pulse, Dodson ; W D. Smith, Madi
son ; Lewis Allman, Clay ; William
Ferguson, Paint; A. E. Hawk, Hamer,
William Calvert, Liberty; Charles D.
Harris, New Market ; J. K Binder,
Madison ; Frank Slmkins, Dodson.
rETIT JURORS,
Charles Patton, Bru'hcreek ; Chas.
Vanzant, Washington ; Moody Pul
Ham, Salem ; Roy U. Naylor, Concord;
Hoadley Carr, Whlteoak; O. L Roush
Hamer ; G. W. Tedrick, Salem ; John
Hlser, Brushcreek ; Howard Roser,
Penn ; Wm.-nughes. Liberty ; Wm.
Smith, Liberty ; A V. Dunlap, Madi
son ; Charles Hastings Washington;
Charles Dewey, Fairfield; J. II. Wood,
Madison; James Hull, Madison: E.
L. Harris, Liberty ; John Miller,
Jackson.
HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APIL 9, 1914.
WILL REDUCE DUES
In Business Mens Association to.
25 Cents a Month-Other
Alatters Discussed.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Business Men's Association was held
at the Court House Friday night.
A resolution was presented to reduce
the dues of the Association from 50
cents to 25 cents a month. This restf
lution under the by-laws of the Asso
ciation will be acted upon at the next
regular meeting It Is believed by
those favoring a reduction of the dues
that If this is done the membership of
the Association can be largely increas
ed and thus Increase its efficiency.
Upon motion the directors were in
structed to confer with council and
arrange for a "Clean Up Day" for
Hlllsboro.
The matter of a village play ground
for the children was continued until
the next regular meeting.
A committee, composed of R. B.
Fairley, Ellis Pence and George L.
Garrett, was appointed to take charge
of the olllngof the streets. The mem
bers were advised to confer with coun
cil and make arrangementssothat the
work would be done earlier than last
year and thus secure the full advan
tages of the oiling.
Two new members were taicen Into
the Association, Prof. C C. Patterson
and Rev. Earl R. Slutz.
Baptist Church. '
At 9 a. m. next Sunday morning, we
are expecting to have the largest Sun
day School we have ever had and there
will be many surprises for those who
attend.
Rev. A. A. Nellis will preach an
Easter sermon in the morning and
subject un-announced for the evening.
Easter Services.
The Christian Sunday School will
render an excellent Easter program
Sunday morning, beginning at 9 oclock.
The program will consist of recita
tions, declamations and dialogues in
terspersed with some choice Easter
music, by the choir. The school now
his a splended orchestra, which Is
gradually growing numerically as well
as in efficiency, under the able leader
ship of A D. Moorehead.
If you are not attending any Sunday
School come to the Christian church
Sunday morning and hear the program.
Commissioners Meeting1.
The County Commissioners on Mon
day heard the petition of C. S. Under
wood and others for the alteration of
a road in Clay township. Walter
Mock and others objected to the alter
ation. After a full hearing of the
evidence the Commissioners by a un
animous vote granted the alteration
asked for. '
The funds of the county had become
so low tha the commissioners found
It necessary to borrow money to pay
the salaries of-the county officials and
their deputies and $1950 was borrowed
for this purpose.
The contract for the construction
of a bridge In Jackson township was
let to John W. Hart, price $195.
Death of Miss Alice Carroll.
Miss Alice C Carroll, aged 19 year's,
died about noon Saturday. She had
been sick about ten days wltn erysipe
las and a complication of heart trouble,
but had not been considered in a
serious condition until that morning
and her death was a terrible shock to
her famllj and many friends She was
the youngest daughter of Mrs. M. F.
Carroll
The funeral was held Tuesday morn
ing at St. Mary's Catholic church,
conducted by Rev. Fr. Van Meer. In
terment was made in the Catholic
cemetery.
The following people from a distance
were here to attend the funeral of Miss
Alice Carroll on Tuesday : John and
Arthur and Misses May and Ada Wood,
of Georgetown, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Wood and Mrs. F. E. Socln and daugh
ter, Miss Carroll, and Miss Mae Houck,
of Cincinnati, Miss Florence and Clar
ence Ustlck, of Hyde Park, Miss Adel
phia Eynon, of Portsmouth, Mrs. Love
and daughter, Margaret, and sons,
George and Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
McCafferty, Mrs. Patrick McGown,
Joseph Evans and Joseph Brulporte,
of Fayettevllle, and Miss Mae Scanlon
and Rev. Fr. iiurk, of St. Martins.
Relatives of the bride here have re
ceived announcements of the wedding
of Miss Nora E. Brown, of Los Angeles,
and William C. Harris, of Bakersfield,
Cat , at Los Angeles on March 18.
Miss Brown is a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Brown, of Hoaglands. Mr.
Harris Is a district manager of the
Standard Oil Company with head
quarters at Bakersfield. Cal. They
will make their home at Bakersfield.
Real Estate Transfers.
Wm. II. Hughes to Allen F. Rotroff,
New Market tp, 22a, $1275.
J. Horace Roads admr to David J
Caldwell, Ralnsboro, lot, $309.
Elizabeth Winkle to Addle L. Thorn
burg, Leesburg, lot, $1.
Mary J. Ayres to R. II. Sonner, 110a,
Union tp, $10,000.
Harriett E. Evans to Edward Dines,
Liberty tp, 151a, $1.
Philip Trout to S. Marion Garner,
Highland & Clinton countles,59i,$2100.
Sarah J. McCormlck to R A. Gother
man, Concord tp, 11a, $1.
Ellis Devltt to J. E. Roads, Hllls
boro, lot, $800.
Irene Roberts gdn to Samuel II.
Roberts, Greenfield, lot, $252 61.
Virginia C. Roberts to Samuel n.
Boberts, Greenfield, lot, $400.
Frank Kline to A. J. Morris, lot-,
Greenfield, $1.
P. L. Dunlap to J. C. Mowbray, lot,
Greenfield, $1.
J. O. Mowbray et al to Mrs. E. !$
Watts, Greenfield, lot, $1.
Joslah Roads to H. M. Groves, lots,
Paint tp, $1.
Fred Wyatt to Grover Wyatt, int.
21a, Liberty tp, $1.
Grover Wyatt to Thomas J. Wyatt,
Hlllsboro, lot, $
Hlllsboro Cemetry Asso. to T. J.
Wyatt, lot, $44.
II. G. Goff to Nora Baker, Greenfield,
lot, $1.
Nora Baker to Garfield DeVoss, lot,
Greenfield, $1.
'Jesse Ankrom to Charles M. Thl,
Greenfield, lot, $1.
Hlllsboro Cemetery Asso. to Casper
Murphy, heir, lot, $77.
Pnilena Rowe to F. Etta Eubanks,
Greenfield, lot $1.
Liz7ie M. Farls to N. C. Bales, 70a,
Washington tp, $1.
Matilda E. Reed to Williard Smith,
Fairfield tp, 2-5a, $1.
- N. C. Bales to Walter S. Purdy, 36a,
Washington tp, $1.
N. C. Bales to Carey S. Ellison, 40a,
Washington tp, $1.
John E. Burnett to F. O. Shoemaker,
Marshall tp, 79a, $1.
J. Robbin Hull to Linnle M. Hull,
Leesburg lots, $1.
Cyrus L. West to Philip Trout,
Clinton & Highland countles,59a,$1900.
T. C. Pratt to Earl Stroup, 57 poles,
Dodson tp, $100.
Mahala P. Henderson et alto Henry
E. Henderson, Ilia, Concord tp, $1.
W. T. Wardlow to C. E. Barr, Ilia,
Salem tp, $1.
Allen F. Rotroff to Chris n. Hatch,
119a, Concord tp, $4000.
J. W. Donohooto W. T. Wardlow,
Salem tp, 33i, $1.
Tyre M. Shelton to Jas. Donohoo,
Washington tp, 120, $1.
Alexlna W. Bell to Mary L. Uraw
ford, Greenfield, lot, $1.
Mary R. Walfe to Mary R. Sams,
Paint tp, 88a, $1.
Ellen Honline et al to S. S. Carr,
Concord tp, 2a, $300.
Edna Snider etal to Newman I. Mc
Vey, Leesburg, lot, $1.
A. R. McMillan to Harris Huff,
Fairfield tp, 104p, $1.
Jonn L.Dwyerto'Oacirlleldlngfeld,
Greenfield, lot, $1.
Probate Court Proceedings.
Amy Hook, admrx of John Hook,
filed first and final account.
Edward and Amellous Sauner ap
pointed executors of Stephen Sauner.
J. W. Evans, admr. of R. S. Evans,
filed report of sale of bank stock and
distribution of assets. in kind.
Elizabeth Trask, gdn or Herman
Trask, filed first and final account.
Ira C. Roades, ex'r of Nancy J.
Roades, filed first and final account.
S. L. Webster, gdn. of Thos. S.
Webster, filed first account.
Lewis S. Sauner, gdn. of Stephen
Sauner, filed second account.
O. W. Rhoten, admr. of Henry T.
Fender, filed first and final account. 1
J. W. Evans, admr. of R. S. Evans, '
filed first and final account.
aAtllngton Selph filed appllcuion to
be released from bond of C. L. Mc
Connaughey et al. I
lrvin McD. Smith and H. L Wig
gins, administrators of Margaret M. ,
Lllley, filed petition for certificate of
' indeutedness to Common Pleas Court.
J. L. Caldwell, guardian of Christina
Watts, filed first and final account.
Will of Catherine Goux probated.
Arch Sattertield and bride came to
their beautiful home near Pleasant
Sunday, where the venerable father,
I Noble Satterfield, and son, Clarence, '
1 gave an elaliorate five course dinner In
their honor. Mr. and Mrs. Satterfield
received a number of presents sucli as
silver ware, rugs and linens. Those
present were J. D. Wilson and family,
of Idaho Sheriff Satterfield and fam-
lly and Fred Satterfield and family, of
Hlllsboro, James Satterfield and fam
ily, of North Union, Geo. Uinphlet,
Harry, William and Bessie Satterfield.
Their many friends wish a them pros
perous and happy life.
(very beautiful
WAS WEDDING
Of Miss Lois Bonwell Bean
and Air. Howard Tolle
on Wednesday
IMPRESSIVE CEREMONY
Is Performed at Home of Bride's
Parents-Elaborate Wedding
Breakfast is Served to
Eighty Guests.
Miss Lois Bonwell Bean, youngest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bean,
and Mr. Howard Tolle were united in
marriage at the home of the bride's
parents Wednesday evening at 6
o'clock. It was one of the most beau
tiful and impressive home weddings'.
ever solemnized in Hlllsboro.
The house was very artistically
decorated in pink and white with a
back ground of green for the Joyous
occasion and had been transformed
Into a beautiful bower with a profus
ion of smllax, ferns and snapdragons.
The ceremony was performed in the
living room. Here an altar had been
arranged in front of the fireplace.
Leading to It was an aisle made from
ropes of smilax'draped from the chan
delier In the center of the room and
forming a canopy over the altar. The
altar was banked with ferns, smllax
and white snapdragons.
Prior to the ceremony Miss Nina
Glenn played Schubert's "Serena le",
Henselt's "Love Song" and Nevln's
"Love Song,'" and Mrs. Clarence Lep-
ley sang those songs so appropriate for
such an occasion and so beloved of a 1
lovers "Oh, Promise Me" and "Oh,
Perfect Love."
Promptly at six o'clock the wedding
party descended the stairs and enter
ed the room and proceeded to the altar
to the sweet strains of Mendelosohn's
wedding marcl). Here they wjere met
by the otliclatlng minister, Rev. Earl
R. Slutz, who performed the ceremony
in a most impressive manner. During
the final prayer the bride and groom
knelt on a satin pillow on the prle
dleu and a feeling of reverence and
awe prevaded the home as the words
that made them man and wire were
pronounced. Throughout the cere
mony Miss Glenn played soft lo
music.
The rrlde, radiantly beautiful, was
attired in a gown of white charmeuse
with panels of white lace and wearing
a long bridal veil of white tuUe. The
veil was clasped around the head with
a.chaplet of crange blossoms. She
carried a shower boqnet of valley Ill
lies and bride's roses.
Mrs. Harley Wilkin, of Washington
U. H., a sister of the bride, was the
matron of honor. She wore a becom
ing gown of plnkchiffon taffeta, trim
med In lace. The skirt was caught up
in a bustle effect. She carried a bou
quet of pink snapdragons.
Miss Anna Evans, of this place, and
Miss Clyde Black, of Oakland, Miss,
were the bridesmaids. They were
gowned alike in white satin, trimmed
in tulle and with wide while satin
girdles. The skirts were made with
draped tunics. and were caught up In
the back with large pink bows. Miss
Mary Russ, who was to have been one
of the bridesmaids, was ill and unable
to take part.
The best man was Elbert Tolle, a
brother of the groom and the ushers
were Donald Durnell and Ervin
Evans.
Following the ceremony an elabo
rate three course wedding breakfast
was served
The bridal table made a charming
picture. Ropes of smllax rau from
the chandelier over the center of the
table. In the center was a large gilt
basket fillled with pink snapdragons
and on each corner were smaller bask
ets of pink snapdragons.
Seated at the bride's table besides
the bride and groom were Mr. and
Mrs. Harley Wilkin, Mr. ana Mrs.
Earl V. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Lepley Misses Anna Evans, Clyde
Black, Nina Evans, Sara Worley, Faith
Glenn and Martha Spencer and Donald
Durnell, Ervln Evans, Elbert Tolle,
Walter Klncald, Robert Se)bort and
Ralpli Sams
Mrs.- W. N Bean, the mother of the
bride, wore a handsome gown
of grey
crepe de chine with beaded trimmings
and corsage bouquet of pink Kilarney
roses.
Mrs. J. n. Tolle, the mother of the
groom, was attired in a beautiful gown
of blue chiffon taffeta and white lace.
About eighty guests were present
The out of town guests were Miss
Clyde Black, of Oakland, Miss., Miss
Nina Bonham, Miss Ethel Calvert and
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wilkin, of Wash-
VOL. 79. NO.
COUNCIL MEETING
Next Week Selected as Clean Up
WeekOiling- Village
Streets Discussed.
The regular monthly meeting
of
council was heldrMonday night.
The reports of the different depart
ments were made as follows : Receipts
of city scales, 24 90; Mayor, lines and
licenses, $192.35; Board of Public Af
fairs Receipts, $230; Expenditures,
$087.20.
A petition was presented by II. M.
Dean and other residents of W. Main
street asking council to establish a
grade so that they could construct
pavements in front of th.ir residences.
Ten of the twelve residents living be
tween the residence of U. M Dean and
Glenn street had signed the petition.
The Street Committee was instruct
ed to have the surveyor fix the grade.
R B. Kairley, Ellis Pence and George
L. Garrett representing the Business
Men's Association, appeared before
council in regard to the matter of oil
ing the village streets this summer.
After some discussion It
to adopt the same policy
was decided
as last year
and J. A Head, Ed. L. Bennett and
Joseph Brooksbind were appointed by
council uj nanaie me matter in con
junction with the Business Men's
Association. The people will be re
quired to pay for the oil and for put
ting it on the streets but the matter
will be handled through the commit
tee it buying the oil and having it put
on, the only help given by council be
ing the furnishing of the team and
driver of the fire department when the
work is done In the central part of
town. All agreed that It was advisa
ble to have the work done earlier thin
last ear to secure the greatest bene
fits. Mr. Head stated that a repre
sentative of the Standard Cil Co., had
called on him recently and said that
oil could be shipped promptly and
would reach here In a week after it
was ordered.
Dr. O. A Thompson, representing
the Business Men's Association, next
took up the'maiter of "Clean Up Day"
witli council. lie asked the co-operation
of council in getting the people
to clean up their prpmiees and the
trash anil ruubbh from the alleys and
streets adjicent. For two jears Hllls
boro has hid each spring an annual
"Clem Up lUv'" Tim tirt year the
expense of the removel of the trash
and rubbish was paid by the village
and last j ear by the Business Men's
Association. When handled by a sin
gle body this expense is large If each
person will pay for or attend to the
removal of their own rubbish it will
be very small for each person As it
Is the duty of every person to keep
tneir premises clean and to remove
rubbish from the alleysadjacent it was
decided to try that plan this year.
The week of April 13 lias been de
cided upon by thecommittee and i very
day of that week is to be a "Clean Up
Day." All citizens are urged to Join
In the movement and clean 'up all rub
bish and trash that has collected on
their premises and in the alleys during
the winter months. It will be a small
matter If all will make it a point to
attend to the v, ork next week. It will
make the town and your home a pret
tier and a healthier place to live in.
Do your part.
Alia mi Glee Club.
This organization of talented young
college men will give an entertain
ment at Bell's Opera House on Friday
evening The entertainment will be
given under the auspices of the Hllls
boro High School and the proceeds will
go for the benefit of school activities.
The Glee Club is reported to be one
of the best that has ever represented
Miami University ana this means
thatamo8t enjoyable entertainment
will be given. The boys and girls of
the High School need your support
and jou will have a pleasant evening.
Mrs. Don Purdy and two sons re
turned to their homo at Maalsonville
Sunday, alter a few days visit with
the former's parents, Mr and Mrs U.
W. Fairley.
ington C. n., Misses Susan Semple and
Josephine Bascom, of Covington, Ky.,
Mrs. Frank Durnell and son Donald,
of Columbus, Robert Seybert, of Cin
cinnati, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
PuIsb, of Dodsonvllle.
The gorgeous array of presents re
ceived by the bride were arranged on
tables so that the guests might see
them.
Mr. and Mrs, Tolle left that even
ing for a short wedding trip. On
their return they will go to house
keeping on the farm of Mr. Bean,
west of town, where they will stay
until fall. They are building a new
home adjoining the residence of tha
bride's parents on N. High street,
which will be ready for occupancy la
the fall.
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