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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1914
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CONARD'S GROCERY
Miss Anna Moore Is visiting Miss
Ethel Taylor, In Chilllcothe.
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Miss Eva Pearce Is visiting relatives
at Berryvllle.
Mrs. Ewlng Newby Is the guest of
relatives at CenterQeld.
L. L. Farls, of Lynchburg, was here
on business, Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Galbreath, of
Greenfield, called on friends here Sun
day. Fifty horses were sold at stock sale
Saturday, prices ranging from $60 to
3125.
Miss Sara Worley went to the Adams
County Mineral Springs Tuesday for
a weeks stay.
.
O. E. Stanforth was called to Day
ton Monday by the death of Clayton
Pulliam, an uncle of Mrs. Stanforth.
Mrs. J. B. Worley and daughter, Miss
Hazel, were the guests of relatives in
Cincinnati, the past week.
Mrs. J. W. Willett and children are
visiting relatives at Pittsburg and
Unlontown, Pa. .
Mr. and Mrs. Reece Eylar and child
ren spent Sunday with Mrs. Eylar's
brother, Lewis Moore, near Fincastle.
Henry Mingues, of Cleveland, was
the guest of his daughter, Mrs. Chas
Mullenix, the past week.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Swope, of Day
ton, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Farls, Saturday and Sunday.
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Misses Mary Kinney Reed and Ber
tha Bell returned Saturday from a
visit with relatives at Portsmouth.
Mrs. A. H. Reames returned Satur
day from a ten days visit with relatives
in Sardinia.
A. W. Underwood and Hamlin
Smith played for a dance at Mt. Ster
ling Monday night.
Walter Head, John Squler and
Aaron Spargur visited friends here
Sunday.
J. W. Campbell, who was recently
appointed postmaster at Sardinia took
charge of the office, June 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ambrose are
the guests of Prof, and Mrs. J. B
Conard, at Kenton.
The Lynchburg News is advocating
the paving of the streets in the busi
ness section of that town.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and daugh
ter were the guests of Mrs, Brown's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Colvin, Sun;
day and Monday,
Dwight Rogers, of Adams County
Mineral Springs, was the guest of his
aunt. Miss Nota Tharp, Monday and
Tuesday.
Mrs. Will Engbers and two children
are the guests of the former's sister,
Mrs. Harry Creamer, at Pleasant
Ridge. ,
Mrs. S. W. Hlestand returned to her
home in Columbus Monday, after a
visit with Mrs. Margaret Reed and
Mrs. Lulu Barrere.
Miss Ellen Rogers, of Mineral
Springs, and four school friends, Misses
Prigmore and Hart, of Seattle, Wash.,
Miss DeWeese, of St. Louis, of St.
add Miss Eunice Anderson, of Hender
son, Ky., were the guests of Miss Sara
Worley Friday.
KOYJ&li
Otfhsofutejfa?
Pure
Makes Home-Baking
James Pugh, of Duford, was here on
legal business Monday.
Mrs. Jas. H. Anderson, of Collin's
Ave., left Sunday on a trip to Olevo
land and St. Lawrence River points.
Miss Lucille Spargur, of Ralnsboro,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. W
Watts, the past week.
Miss Alice Lailerty returned Sun
day from a week's visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Cliff Phillips, at New Vienna.
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Mrs. Charles Hoyt and son, Donald,
of Chilllcothe, were the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. William Hoyt, last week.
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Hoyt and son
are visiting Mrs. Hoyt's parents at
Germantown.
A reunion of the teachers and pupils
of Elton's School, will be held on the
school grounds Thursday, June 18.
You are cordially Invited to be present.
Mrs. E. E. White and two children,
of Tower Hill, 111., who have been
visiting Mrs. White's mother, Mrs.
Alice Seybert, returned home Monday.
Beginning with July 1 the salary of
the Lynchburg postmaster will be
$1300 a year, an increase of $100. C.
G. Stroup is postmaster.
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Mrs. J. W. Evans entertained a
company of ladies with a kenslngton
Saturday for her mother, Mrs. Alphon
so Hart, of Washington, D. O.
Miss Ellen Steele, who has been
teaching at University School, Cincin
nati, returned home Saturday to spend
the summer vacation.
The Daughters of America will meet
at their hall Saturday night, June 13,
to attend the Hag presentation by the
Juniors at Webster School.
Mrs. Alice Kirk and daughter, Miss
Anne, of Norwood, were the guests of
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos
Edglngton, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Vance and
children, of Norwood, were the guests
of Mrs. Vance's mother, Mrs. Cather
ine Stockwell, Sunday.
Dr. Henry Schwelnsberger Jr., of
Alliance, was the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwelnsberger,
a few days last week.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gossett, who
have been visiting their children near
Prlcetown for a week, returned home
Monday.
Mrs. W. B. Elliott and Mrs. James
Elliott, of Columbus, were guests of
Mrs. S. N. Patton, Friday and Satur
day. m
Mrs. Dorothy Daley, of Bainbrldge,
returned home Wednesday after a
short visit with her sister, Mrs.
Theodore Perin.
Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and children!
of Cleveland, arrived here Monday to
visit Mrs Mitchell's parents, Col. and
Mrs. L. B. Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Barrett, Dr.
and Mrs. O. A. Thompson and daugh
ter and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Caldwell
and children spent Sunday at Butler
Springs.
Mrs. Dick Amen and daughter, Miss
Ruth, of Iowa City, Io., are visiting
the former's sister, Mrs Will Bennett,
and other relatives here.
Miss Mary Hammll returned Satur
day from Cincinnati, where she and a
number of Fayettevllle women had
been guests at a very delightful house
party.
Mrs. Roy Gustin, who has been visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
M. Ballentine, ha3 returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. Ballentine accompanied
her and spent Sunday in Columbus.
Judge J. B. Worley delivered the
K. of P. memorial address at Buena
Vista, Sunday. He was accompanied
by his daughter, Miss Sara, and Miss
Anna Evans. They were entertained
by Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Coffey.
Miss Anna Hopkins returned to her
home in Barberton Monday, after a
visit with her brothers, Ova and John.
Miss Grace Hopkins romalned to
attend Normal School.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rodes returned
Friday from Anderson, whero they
attended the wedding of the former's
niece, Miss Effle Rodes, on Tuesday
evening.
.
Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Calvert and
children and Miss Anna Swlssheim
spent Sunday with the former's
brother, Spencer Calvert, at Wash
ington C. H.
Successful and Easy
An Icecream supper will be held at
Union Chapel, Saturday night, June
13. Everybody cordially Invited.
Thomas Grlnin and Thomas Scott
went to Cleveland last week and are
working on a Lake steamer.
Mrs. Virginia 1111 and Miss Edna
Thororoan, of Peebles, were the guests
of the farmer's sister, Mrs. Lacy King
Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Schroeder and
Dr and Mrs. Wlsecup, of Bainbrldge,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Perin, Sunday.
Mt. and Mrs. Harry Hope, of St.
Louis, Mo , who are visiting relatives
of Mr. Hope at the Point, spent Tues
day with friends here
Mrs. Victoria Uolladay and Mrs.
Beatrice Glaze, of Greenfield, and Miss
Margaret and Scott Ervln were guests
Sunday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Escoe
Ervln.
The Ladles Aid of the Church of
Christ will hold a market of dressed
chickens, salads, home made bread,
pies and cakes, Saturday, June 13, in
Simon Hider's room.
Prof. Peabody, who was commercial
teacher in the Hillsboro High School
last year, has accepted a similar posi
tion in the Norwood High School for
next year.
Mrs. J. M. Hlbben went to Chicago
Tuesday to attend the Biennial Con
vention of Woman's Clubs, Jstie Is a
delegate from the Friday Club. She
will visit relatives at Peoria, 111., be
fore returning home.
Dr. H. M. Brown was at numrick,
111. a few days last week to see his
brother, Dr. R. A. Brown, who Is ser
iously 111. Before returning home he
spent a few days in West Virginia on
business.
Charles Boulware, who at one time
conducted a chair factory in Hills
boro. died at his home In Buford last
week, after a long illness. He was 65
years of age and Is survived by two
children.
Harold Welch, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. H. Maddox, over Sunday.
He returned to Cincinnati Monday
and underwent an operation Tuesday
at Bethesda Hospital and is getting
along nicely.
John Geisel and Miss Jean Campbell,
both of Cincinnati, were married
Wednesday morning at 6 o'clock at St.
Xavlers Catholic church. Miss Camp
bell was formerly a resident of Hil s
boro. Mr. and Mrs. John McMullen at
tended the commencement exercises
of Ohio Wesleyan University at Dela
ware this week, their daughter, Miss
Marie, being a member of the gradu
ating class.
Miss Anna Evans entertained a com
pany of young ladies with a most en-
Joyanle card party Friday afternoon
for Miss Marie Fltts, of. Newark, jn.
J., who is visiting Dr. and Mrs. Jfl. a.
Slutz, and Miss Ellen Rogers and her
guests.
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Dr. Glenn Carlisle, of Baltimore,
Md., was the guest of his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Carlisle, a few days
the first of the week. He went from
here to Delaware to attend the com
mencement exercises of Ohio Wes
leyan University of which he is an
alumnus.
TAYLORSVILLE
June 8, 1914.
D. G. Marconette and family, of
Hollowtown, came over Sunday In
their new auto and spent the day
with L. E. Euverard and family.
A. L. Carr was a business visitor In
Hillsboro Monday.
Thomas Donohoo and wife and son,
Dwight, of Camden, are visiting rela
tives here.
Ed. Marconett and wife, of West
Virginia, and John Stewart and wife,
of Sugartree Ridge, were the guests
of relatives here Monday.
Wm. Fender and family, of Wll
mington, spent Saturday and Sunday
with his parents, David Fender and
wife.
Chlldrens Day services will be ob
served at Union Sunday night, June
14. Everybody Invited.
Mrs. Chas. Moberly, of Buford, and
Mrs. America Robinson spent Sunday
with their sister, Mrs. E. L. Carr.
Mrs. Chas. Moberly, of Cincinnati,
who has been visiting her parents
here, returned home Monday, accom
panied by her sister, Miss Virginia
Fenner.
Misses Mamie and Ethel Carr and
and Gladys and Opal Fendor were
entertained Sunday by Miss Blanche
Pulliam, of East Danville.
L. E. Euverard and family visited
friends in Cincinnati and Mlddletown
recently.
S. E. Kay, who has been attending
dental college in Cincinnati is visit
ing his parents, Lee Kay and wife.
Wm. Louderback visited his mother
Mrs. T. T. Burrie, recently.
N. S. Underwood has purchased a
new antomoblle.
LIGHT QUESTION
Taken Up by Business Mens
Association-Committee
to Investigate.
The regular meeting of the Business
Men's Association was held Friday
night. The attendance was small.
President Free announced the ap
pointment of the fo.lowlng standing!
committees:
New Industries and Manufactures
George L. Garrett, J. H. Felbel, Ly
man Beecher.
Legislation and taxation Judge
Cyrus Newby, O. N. Sams, C. F. Un
derwood. Streets, Railroads and Public Im
provements J. C. Spargur, F. F.
Stevens, H. II. Richards.
Merchants Mutual Interests C. M.
Kerns, E. H. McClure, J. B. Spencer.
Announcement wasalso made by the
president of the committee to solicit
funds for Play Ground, as follows :
O. C. Patterson, U. P. Morrow, J. M.
Hlbben.
Mr. Morrow was the only member
of this committee present. He re
ported that they had met and outlined
plans but at that time had not done
any soliciting, although a number of
contributions had been voluntarily
made.
The committee to solicit new mem
bers reported that they had been out
a couple of hours that afternoon and
had secured thirty applications. The
list had not been passed upon by the
executive committee as required by
the laws of the Association and no
action cou d be taken at that meeting.
It was then proposed by Granville
Barrere that the Association consider
the light question In all its phases;
that it was a question that more vitally
and directly touched the people of
Hillsboro than any questions that had
been up in years ; that all the informa
tion possible be secured for the purpose
of finding out what would be a reason
ble contract if made with a private
company or whether It would be ad
visable for the town to own and oper
ate Its own plant. He suggested that
It would be advisable to secure reports
from towns of about the size of Hills
boro as to what it cost them for street
lighting and commercial lighting and
that this Information should be secured
from towns some of which had private
plants and others which had munici
pal plants.
President Free stated that he con
sidered this a question which should
properly be referred to the standing
committee on Streets, Railroads and
Public Improvements.
The inquiry was then made by Mr.
Barrere as to whether or not any of
the members of this committee were
stockholders In the Hillsboro Light &
Fuel Co., stating that he did not con
sider that they should serve in this
capacity if they were, as it should be
composed of men who were absolutely
disinterested. Upon being assured
that none of them were interested he
moved that the matter be referred to
them with instructions to secure all
Information possible and report at the
next meeting, the Light Question to
be made the special order of business
at that meeting. The motion was
seconded by Blair M. Boyd and unani
mously carried.
The meeting then adjourned.
Death of Matthew Alaher.
Matthew Maher, aged 54 years, died
at his home In Toledo Friday from
liver trouble. The funeral was held
Monday, Interment at Toledo. Mr-
Maher was for many years a resident
of Hillsboro, being In the saloon busi
ness. Guy Muntz and Miss Louanna Nevln
both of Cincinnati, were marriee in
Cincinnati Monday. They are here
on their wedding trip visiting Mr.
and Mr. Frank A. Lemon and other
jelatives. Both of the young people
are well known here, Mr. Muntz being
a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Muntz and
Mrs. Muntz a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Nevin.
CollinsEllison.
Charles Ellison and Miss Rose Col
lins were married Wednesday evening
at 7 o'clock at tne parsonage of St.
Mary's Catholic church. Ray Mc
Gllnchy was best man and Miss Molly
Collins, maid of honor. Following the
ceremony an elaborate wedding break
fast was served at the home of the
bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Collins to 74 of the relatives and
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ellison left
evening on the 8 o'clock Traction for
a snort wedding trip.
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A. Lackhard, Homer City, N. Y.,
writes : "Last spring I suffered from
rheumatism with terrible pains in my
arms and shoulders I got a bottle of
Chamberlain's Liniment and the first
application relieved me. By using one
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sale by All Dealers. adv
Sweet potatoes are exposed to the
attacks of about a dozen serious insects.
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NORTH UNION
June 8, 1914.
James Satterfield and family visited
W. L. Turner and wife Sunday after
noon. Harvey Carlisle and wife, of Belfast,
and Harley Suiters and wife, of Mar
shall, took dinner with T. M. Frump
and family Sunday.
Miss Rosa Lewis was shopping in
nillsboro Saturday and visited Murrel
Wheelen and wife Saturday night and
Sunday.
Misses Maye and Grace Vanpelt
were Sunday guests of Ed. Hammond
and family.
Mrs. Mary Gall called on Mrs. W. L.
Turner Saturday afternoon.
George MUburn and family have re
turned home after spending six weeks
at Flatrun.
Mrs T. M. Frump and Mrs Harvey
Carlisle called on Mrs. Nellie Roads
Sunday evening.
John Kesler and wife entertained
the following guests at dinner Sun
day: Given Kesler and wife and
daughter, Cirt. Suiters and wife and
Melvln Post and wife, of Hillsboro.
Miss Ida Courtney visited her
mother Saturday night and Sunday.
Spanish War Veterans Camp.
An application has been made for a
camp of Spanish War veterans for
Hillsboro. The camp will probably
be Installed Sunday afternoon and it
is expected that the State Comman
der Harry Syfert will be present.
Everyone in the county eligible for
membership whether they signed the
application on not are requested to be
present and go in as charter members
,
In some parts of Mexico, proficiency
of the school children Is rewarded by
giving them the clgaret-smoking priv
ilege in school.
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Mrs. William F. Allen and to
children, Miss Julia Collins and Mis
Josephine Allen, of New York City,
will arrive here today for an extended
visit, with Mrs. Allen's parents, Rev.
and Mrs. G B Beecher
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher, Miss
Lucille Hugglns, MlssMiy (Jumminus
and Granville Barrere were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Neal Waddell, at
Greenfield, Saturday evening for din
ner. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Smith went to
Oxford Tuesday to attend the com
mencement exercises of Western Col
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Mabel, being a member of the gradu
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