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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914.
I am a candidate for nomination as
county commissioner on the Republi
can ticket, subject to the vlll of the
voters at the August Primary. If
nominated I will do my duty without
fear or hops of reward.
tf Frank L. Chosen.
To the Editor of The News-llerald ;
Please announce my candidacy for
the Republican nomination for Con
gress In the Sixth District of Ohio.
1 shall be glad to talk or correspond
with all about the Issues before the
people. Mark Crawford,
To the Republican Voters of nigh
land County :
I desire to respectfully announce
that I am a candidate for the olllce of
county commissioner subject to the
will of the Republican voters at the
If nominated and elected I shall
strive to be commissioner In the best
Interest of all the people regardless of
politics or location.
Any favors shown me In either circu
lating my nominating petitions or In
support at the primary will be sincere
Irvin R. Roush,
of Union Township.
min JVTandn McCoDDln. who Is teach
ing In the Cleveland schools, Is at
home for the summer vacation.
The Twentieth Century Club held
Its annual picnic at the farm of
"W. N. Bern, east of town, Friday
Dr. A. A. Nellls and family will
move here from Columbus on Friday.
They will reside on E. Beech street.
Mrs. Slna S. Fling and son, Russell,
visited the former's sister, Mrs. Jane
Aber, at Chaney College, Thursday
Russell R. Fling, of Folsom, will go
to Chicago, to attend the University
The Old Maids Convention given by
the W. C. T. U , which was announce!
to be held at the M. E. Church in New
Market on June 18 will be held the
evening of the 25th
Misses Ruth and Margaret Cropper,
who have been visiting their grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Asher,
returned to their home at Blanches
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rogers and
daughter, Miss Etlle, will go to Ox
ford today to spend the summer.
Their daughters, Misses Effle and
Julia, will attend the summer school
of Miami University.
The annual picnic meeting of the
Daughters of the American Revolu
tion was held at the home of Mrs.
G. B Beecher Saturday afternoon.
Ten of the members from Greenfield
Mrs. Harry LeFevre and daughter,
of Denver, Col., are visiting the for
mer's sisters, Mrs. W. F. Kibler and
Mrs. Gatch Brown.
S Chaney s Orpheum &
A House that is Always Cool and Pleasant
THURSDAY, JUNE 18.
District Attorney's Duty
Kalem Drama in two parts.
"He Never Knew"
Vitagraph Drama in two parts
Anita Stewart Rose Tapley.
"When Dooley Passed Away"
20 Minutes of Jolly Fun.
5 reels Admission 5 and 10c
FRIDAY, JUNE 19.
"A Page From Yesterday"
A Selig Drama that will impress
"The Race For A Mine"
Something that will keep you
on edga all the time. Very ex
citing race between a train and
Ool. Heeza Liar, Shipwrecked
Brays great Comedy in Cartoons
Something new and uovl.
Admission only 6 cents.
Mrs. Renoe and Miss Brooks, of Co
lumbus, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Scott.
The Hlllsboro colored team defeated
the Walnut Hills Monarchs Friday
afternoon at the Fair Grounds by the
score of 0 to 2.
Mrs. John Howard, Mrs. 0. W. Fair
ley and Miss Lucj Edmlnston are at
tending a State Missionary Conven
tion at Marlon.
Judge and Mrs. J. Frank Wilson
and daughter, Miss Marjorle, and
Miss Margaret Shields went to Woos
ter Tuesday to attend the commence
ment exercises of Wooster college.
Wllliard Wilson, a son of Judge and
Mrs. Wilson, is a member of the
graduating class Miss Shields will
visit her grandmother.
Miss Harriett L Ayres is on a uvo
weeks lecture tour through this state,
having engagements at Canton,
Youngstown. Wilmington and Port
Williams. She will tell of her experi
ences in Mexico.
Gen. and Mrs. B. P. Runkle are at
Oxford to attend the commencement
exercises of Miami University. Gen.
Runkle is one of the trustees of the
University and will attend the annual
meeting of the board while there.
J. S. Faris and daughter, Miss
Madge, and Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Winkle
attended the Penn township Sunday
School convention at Samantha, Sun
day Mr. Winkle and Mr. Faris each
made an address to the convention.
Mrs. Howard Tolle and Miss Anna
Evans were guests of Mrs. Harley
Wilkin at Washington C. H. Wednes
day, Mrs. Wilkin giving a delightful
party In their honor that day. Mrs.
Tolle returned home that evening,
Miss Eans remaining for a week's
Dr. and Mrs A. J. Holmes, of West
minister, B. C , are visiting the for
mer's father, Dr. B. F. Holmes, and
sister, Mrs. H. L. Wiggins. Dr. and
Mrs. Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. Wig
gins spent Sunday with relatives at
Mr. and Mrs Charles Lesh and son
and daughter and Mrs. Jennie Lock
wood, of Indianapolis, Ind., and Mr
and Mrs Wm Parrett, of Lyndon,
called on Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wilkin
and other friends here Monday.
Dr. A. A. Nellls, pastor of the First
Baptist Church, will deliver a lecture
on the Panama Canal at Bell's Opera
House on June 20th. Dr. Nellls was
chaplln in the Canal zone for three
years. His lecture will be Illustrated
with many stereoptlcan views.
W. R. C. Memorial Services.
Members of the W. R. C. met at
their hall last Saturday afternoon to
hold Memorial services for their de
ceased members Their earnestness
was demonstrated by the number pres
ent and the flowers they brought.
Capt. Morgan led in prayer and Com
rade McMullen was also present and
conducted the G. A. R. services. We
secured automobiles to convey us to
the cemetery Instead of the wagonett,
which enabled us to hare with us some
of the older ones. Press Cor.
SATURDAY, JUNE 20.
Beautiful Kathlyn Williams in
"The Cruel Crown"
Number 8 of the "Adventures
of Kathlyn" series.
The Flight from Alaska. Kath
lyn's sister on the Throne.
Kathlyn disguised as a Bear
Trainer. Greatest Wild Ani
mal Series Ever Screened. Don't
See Funny Hughle Mack as
the Book Agent. A real comedy
Four Reels b and 10 cents.
COMING, TUES. JUNE 22
"A Celebrated Case"
A Four Part Drama Adapted
From a Famous Incident of the
Historic Battle of Fontenoy,
Featuring Pretty Alice Joyco in
the Title Role. The season's
Admission only 5 and 10 cents,
Eight New Cases Filed in Com
mon Pleas Court, Five Be "
tag1 For Divorce.
Eight now cases were filed In the
Common Pleas Court during the past
week, live being for divorce.
Ernest Newman wants a divorce
from Clara Newman on the grounds
of wilful absence for three years. The
parties were married at Greenfield on
September 24, 1903. They have nt
f ary S West asks for a divorce and
alimony from Charles M. West and
that she be restored to her maiden
name of Mary S. Rhoades. The parties
were married in Cincinnati on Marcli
30, 1914. The plaintiff says that the
defendant was guilty of extreme
cruelty towards her on April 18, 1914
striking and cursing her and threuenl
Ing to kill her, because she would not
give him money. She further says
that he failed to support her and de
serted her on April 18, 1914: that he is
making $20 a week and therefore she
asks $10 per week alimony.
R B. Falrley secured a judgment
for $220.28 against Joe W. Taylor on a
cognovit note on Monday. The note
was executed on May 23, 1913.
William A. Barfell ask for a divorce
from May Barfell. The parties were
married at Waverly and have two
children, Edgar, aged 7, and Mary
Elizabeth, aged 5 He says that the
defendant has been wilfully absent
from him for more than three years;
also that she was guilty of adultery
on or about May 1, 1914, with LeRoy
Rhlnehartat Denver, Ohio. In ad
dltlon to wanting a divorce he asks for
the custody of their children.
Mary b Clark asks for a divorce
from Charles B. Clark. They weie
marritdJune 11, 1907 at Clarksburg
and six children were born of the mar
riage only one of whom, Merrick
Friar Clark, aged 2 years Is living.
The plaintiff says the defendant was
guilty of extreme cruelty to her In
that soon after their marriage he be"
gan associating with other women, tak
ing them buggy rides and telling her
tie no longer loved her to her great
mental anguish, She also accuses
him of adultery with Lulu Maddox, at
Clarksburg on Nov. 30, 1912.
Lucille Stockmleier against Harry
Stockmleier is also for divorce. The
parlies were married on April 14, 1910
and have two children, Luetta, aged
3, and Mary aged 16 months. She says
that he was guilty of extreme cruelty
towards her and thai) he gave their
child, Luetta, intoxicating liquor.
She further says he failed-to furnish
her with the common necessaries of
life. She asks for divorce, the care
and custody of the children and reas
Harvey and Dessie Mills ask for a
judgment of $1200 against John Delph,
as administrator of James Delph, de
ceased. They say that at the request
of James Delph they furnished board,
lodging and nursing for said James
Delph, deceased, and Hannah Delph,
his wife, who is also deceased, for forty
week; that the reasonable value of
this service was $30 a week for which
they pray judgment.
E. G Cox against Garfield DeVoss,
Annetta F. DeVoss, Nora Baker and
G. H. Baker is a suit on a promissory
note for $1000 with Interest at 6 per
cent The note was executed on Oct.
Bound Over to Grand Jury.
The preliminary hearing of Charles
Shaper, charged with shooting Frank
Davidson with intent to kill, was
held before Justice of the Peace D. E.
Stewart, of Biushcreek township,
Monday. He was bound over to the
grand jury on the charge and his bond
fixed at (500. This he was unable to
give and was sent to jail to await the
action of the grand jury which does
not convene until October.
Death of Dr. Weakley.
Dr. Henry C. Weakley, D. D., Presi
dent and founder of the Methodist
Home For the Aged at College Hill,
and for the past 33 years active in the
affairs of the Methodist Episcopal
church in this city, died at 6 o'clock
last night at Christ Hospital, after a
two-weeks' illness of typhoid fever,
contracted while he was pursuing his
minlsteral duties throughout the rural
districts and in the recent $500,000 Y.
M. O. A. campaign. He was 67 years
of age Cincinnati Enquirer.
Dr. Weakley was well known here,
having frequently tilled the pulpit at
the Methodist church In the Interests
of his work.
Glenn F. Kesler, Hillsboro, and
Elizabeth Ludwlck, Hoaglands.
IUymond W. Styerwall and Elsie
Wilson, both of Greenfield.
William List, of Sardinia, and
Florence Puckett, of fiuford.
Charles Ellison and Bose Collins,
both of Hlllsboro.
Elmer Michael and Verna Young,
both of Hlllsboro,
John J. Wlnegardner and Mary H.
Coffman, both of Hlllsboro.
In 1012 the total commerce of Franco
broke all records both as to valuation
Hillsboro's Biggest, Best, Busiest, Lightest,
Coolest, Most Up-to-Date.Dry Goods Store
New Summer Goods Coming in Every Day.
New Embroideries, Crepes and Voiles.
New Glove Silk Hosiery.
New Fancy Crepes
New Net Top Laces
New Moire, Roman Stripe and Plain Ribbons for Girdles.
New Parasols to match any Gown.
New Gossard Front Laced Corsets.
New Muslin Underwear, Princess Slips, Gowns, Corset
Covers, Skirts, Etc.
New Crex Rugs, (all sizes) The Ideal Porch Rug.
If You Want New Goods, If You Want Good Goods,
If You want Stylish Goods, this is
Where You can find them.
You Will Trade at this Store in Time Why not now?
We Have Both Phones.
We Pay Parcel Post Charges.
We Pay all Freight Charges.
It Pays to Trade at a Progressive Store.
KERNS' is a PROGRESSIVE STORE.
Every Convenience for Ladies at This Store
Ask the Sales Ladies
CH AS. M. KERNS
South High Street.
Prof. O. C. Martin, of Wilmington,
was the guest of his father, John A.
Martin, the past week.
Miss Mildred Morgan, who is attend
ing Dana Hall, Wellesley College, Is at
home for the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Perln will
entertain a number of their friends
at dinner this evening.
Mrs. Elizabeth McKenzle, of Lynch
burg, is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bush Roads, of Cin
cinnati, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Brooksbank, a few days
the first of the week.
Miss June Doorley, who Is attend
ing Miami University, arrived athome
Monday to spend the summer vaca
tion. Prof. F. H. Warren, of East Liver
pool, returned home Saturday, after a
few days visit with friends here. He
also attended to some business matters
O. E. Oliver, an Inspector from the
office of the state superintendent of
public instruotlon, was here Friday
inspecting the Hlllsboro Normal
In pursuance of an order of tbe Common
Fleas Court of Higbland County, Ohio, 1 will
offer for sale at public auction, on
Saturday, July 18, 1914,
at 1 o'clock p. m . at the front door of tbe
Court House In Hlllsboro, Oblo, tbe following
described real estate situate in tbe County
of Higbland, State of oblo, and In tbe Incor
porated Village of Hlllsboro, lo-wlt :
Being fifty-nine feet (59 ft.) off of the East
side o fin-lot No, 6, as tbe same Is known and
designated on tbe recorded plat of said town
of Hlllsboro, Oblo, and being the same prem
ises described lna deed dated May 24, 1006,
from Charles F. Glascock and Ruby Glas
cock to Emily Glascock and recorded In Vol.
104 at page 3 of the deed, records of said
Said real estate Is located on the South
side of East Main Street In said Village, tbe
street number of tbe building erected on said
real estate Is 219.
Appraised at (3000.
Terms of sale: Cash on day -of sale.
W. E. NorrsQEH,
as administrator of Emily Glascock, dee'd.
Geo. L. Garrett and Wilson & McDrlde,
Attorneys, (5t) adr
The many friends of H. H. Bichards
here will be pleased to learn that the
operation he underwent for goiter at
Rochester, Minn., last week was en
tirely successful. Dr. Larkln, who
accompanied him and was present for
the operation returned home Monday.
He says that Mr. Bichards was recov
ering rapidly and that when he left
It was thought he could return home
the last of this week. The operation
was performed by Dr. Mayo, one of
the world's greatest; surgeons.
Farm and Town property always
for sale. Money loaned "on Beal Es
tate. Wade: Tubneh,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
D. Loadbetter, real estate, nre In
surance and Ipenslons. Office 134 S.
Fob Rent 7 room house on Collins
ave. Inquire of O. S. Lemon. (7-2)
Safe And Sane Fourth.
We are again requested by the po
lice to give warntng In regard to the
firecracker nuisance on and near the
4th. For two years the "people of
Hlllsboro have been protected from
this permlsoious and dangerous prac
tice and both regular and special po
lice will see to it this time that the
new regime be enforced.
Don't sell, expose for sale or ex
plode fireworks of any kind or descrip
tion unless you expect severe punish