THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY JUNE 4, 1914
I am a candidate for nomination as
county commissioner on the Republi
can ticket, subject to the will or the
voters at the August Primary. If
nominated I will do my duty without
fear or hope of reward.
tf Prank L. Chosen.
To the Editor of The News-Ilerald ;
Please announce my candidacy for
the Republican nomination for Con
gress In the Sixth District of Ohio.
I shall bo glad to talk or correspond
with all about the Issues before the
people. Mabk Crawford,
To the Republican Voters of High
land County :
I desire to respectfully announce
that I am a candidate for the ofllce of
county commissioner subject to the
will of the Republican voters at the
It nominated and elected I shall
strive to be commissioner in the best
interest of all the people regardless of
politics or location.
Any favorsshown me in either circu
lating my nominating petitions or in
support at the primary will be sincere
Irvin R. Rousn,
of Union Township.
June 1, 1914.
A large crowd attended the services
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
afternoon. The Bib e Class of the
Presbyterian church of Greenfield and
Its teacher, Mr Curtlss, attended in a
body. The talk by Mr. Curtis and the
music by Price's Orchestra were en
joyed by all. Come again.
Miss Nell Garman spent Sunday at
the home of M F. Garman.
Dwlght Cope and wife sjient Sunday
with the latter's parents In Rainsboro.
The Ladles of the Presbyterian
church will give an ice cream festival
in the church Saturday night, June 0.
Dr J. A. Mercer Shd son, Ilarry, of
New Vienna, spent Sunday with Dr.
and Mis. D. N. McOride.
An ice cream festival will be held at
Pleasant church next Saturday even
ing. Proceeds for the benefit of the
Joseph and Theodore Perln and
Clarence Hlestand visited relatives In
Cincinnati from Saturday until Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mossbargor, Mrs.
Aaron Head and Mrs. Ellen Spargur,
of Greenfield, spent Sunday afternoon
with Judge and Mrs J. B. Worley.
Mr. and Mrs M. G. Mosier and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Relbold, of Dayton,
were the guests of Rev. and Mrs. John
Howard, Saturday night and Sunday.
Clinton Anderson, colored, aged 48,
of Whlteoak township, was adjudged
Insane Monday by Judge Worley and
committed to the Athens asylum
A large number of the members of
the local lodge of Jr. O. U. A. M went
to Lynchburg Friday and conducted
the initiation of large class into the
Lynchburg Lodge. They were ac
companied by the Hillsboro Band.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Satterfleld spent
Sunday with the former's father,
Noble Sattertleld, near Belfast. Their
son, Robert, who had b en visiting
his grandfather for a week, returned
home with them.
Rev. J. W. Kllse returned Monday
from the meeting of the National
Council of Christian Union at West
Union. He was elected vice-moderator
of the organization and general
lecturer for the United States.
Mrs. Sarah A. Doggett and son,
Frank, of Cincinnati, were the guests
of the former's daughter, Mrs. J. B.
Worley. from Friday until Sunday,
Mr. Doggett returning home that
evening but Mrs. Do-igeft remaintd
for a visit.
The Busy Bees will meet Friday with
Miss Glenna Garman.
John McMulIen and wife, of Hills
boro, spent Sunday afternoon with
their sister, Lida Pearce.
Lulu Patterson and children, or
Xenla, are visiting at the home of
The Ladies Aid will give an ice cream
supper Saturday night, June 13. Every
June 1, 1914.
Commissioner Matthews and neph
ew, Vernon Harris, of ureenneld, are
spending a few days with the former's
son, H. V. Matthews and wife.
Edith Holten and sister, Paulean,
were the guests of T. W. Maxwell and
wife, Friday night.
Louise and Berta West spent Sun
day afternoon with Bess L. Butler.
Tom Countryman, of Middletown,
was the guest of his brothers Alma
and Glenn, Saturday night and Sun
day with S. S. Deardoff and family.
Mrs. J. J. Butler and son, of Sinking
Spring, accompanied by Mrs. Lou
Rhoads, of Lathem, C. A. Rhoads and
wife, of this place, and Miss Grace'
Williams, of Centerflald, spent Sun
day with Mrs. Jane Stults.
Mrs. Henry Countryman and son,
Geo., of Middletown, attended the
funeral of the former's aunt, Miss
The work of tearing down the resi
dence adjoining the Christian church
began Tuesday. This Is preparatory
to the erection of the new church for
.' the Christlon denomination, the lot
having been purchased to give room
for the new building.
Word of the death of Mrs Elizabeth
Vance, at Jacksonville, Mo., was re
ceived by relatives here Tuesday. She
was formerly a resident of this county
but for several years had been making
her home with her daughter in Mis
souri. She was 80 years of age.
Miss Katherlne Wilson, of Green
field, was the guesc of her cousin, Miss
Marjory Wilson, from Friday until
Sunday. Her parents. Mr. and Mrs
Boyd Wilson, and daughter, Miss
Hazel, and Miss Mary Head came over
Sunday and she accompanied them
Mrs. Howard West and daughter,
who have been visiting the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berry
man, returned to their home in Mid
dletown, Monday. Mr. West came
down Saturday and returned with
Mrs. William Davidson entertained
the Larkin Club last Wednesday.
Those present were Mrs. William
Smith, Mrs. John Lewis and daughter,
Ethel, Mrs. T. W. McCoy and daugh
ter, Marie, Mrs. Minnie E. Carper and
son, Wilbur, and Mrs. Clarence Oris
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Pence have re
ceived word that their son, Lieut.
Harry L. Pence, U. S. N., has been
detached from service at the U. S.
Eliza Reed, Tuesday.
John Reed and wife were the guests
of friends at Sinking Spring, Friday.
Fioyd Chapman, of Sinking Spring,
spent Friday with Benson Butler.
Jane and Grace Havens spent from
Friday until Sunday with their sister,
Mrs. Elva Cartwright, at Sinking
Grace Williams, of Centerfteld, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. A.
Ben Strain and Miss Bess Hickle, of
Hillsboro, spent Sunday at Butler
Margerite Chapman, of Sinking
Spring, spent Friday afternoon with
Bess L Butler.
H. V. Matthews and wife, Bess L.
Butler and Benson Butler, accom
panied by D. C. Matthews and Vernon
Harris attended Memorial services at
Sinking Spring, and took dinner at
the home of Dr. Chapman.
Fred Spargur and family, of Rains
boro, were guests of H. M. Eubanks
and family, Sunday.
H. B. Mechllne and wife, of Win
chester, called on Mrs. Maud Matthews
Adam Keplinger of Carmel, called
on ids brother, Allen, Sunday morning.
Mrs. Harley Wilkin and son, Daniel,
returned to their home at Washington
0. H., Saturday, after a visit with the
former's parents, Mr and Mrs. W. N.
Bean. Mr. and Mrs. Bean took them
home In their motor.
Miss Nelle Garrett, of Covington,
Ky., was the guest of hor uncle, Geo
L. Garrett, Saturday and Sunday.
Naval Academy and assigned for duty
on board the U. S. S. Rhode Island,
now lying In the harbor at Boston,
Mass. He will report on the Rhode
I xsiiiiiu uu i' .may.
Charles C. Kearnes, of Batavla, has
announced his candidacy for the Re
publican nomination for congress from
this distcict. Mr. Kearns is one of the
leading lawyers of Clermont county
and a man whom it Is always a pleasure
to meet. He is the only candidate so
far who has entered the race from any
of the counties In the old Sixth, the
other two being from Portsmouth.
Mr. Kearns is certain to visit nigh
land county before the primary and
will undoubtedly secure a good vote
here, where he has many friends. He
has been endorsed by the Executive
Committee of Brown county.
Real Estate Transfers.
W. W. Rood to D. T. Hiser, Green
field, lot, $1.
F. D. Redkey et al to Christian L.
Redkey, 108a, f 1.
F. D. Bed key et al to Christian L.
Redkey, Rainsboro, lots, $1.
Christian L. Redkey et al to F. D.
Redkey, Paint tp, 135a, 31.
Madge Brown to J. Horace Roads,
Paint tp, 28a, $1850,
A. n. Beam et al to Vera A. Dono-
hoo, Hillsboro, lot, $1.
E. R. Mills to Owen West, Lynch
burg, lot, 120.
Maude L. McConnaughey to Michael
It. Conway, Hillsboro, lot, $1.
A. M. Fryvto J. L. Keech, Brush
creek tp, 18a, 91.
Emily Chapln et a) to Daisy Larkin,
Liberty tp, 227a, II.
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