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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO. OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 30, 1914
Second Message to Country Merchants
We Pay Freight
Mr. Country Merchant!
Our first message has brought such a big result
that our sales have increased 20 per cent, and
in order to increase them more, we have decided
to get THREE CAR LOADS OF MELONS PER WEEK instead of two. Cars arrive on
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
We are not selling below cost, but at very little above the actual cost. We get
new customers occasionally and we keep all our customers indefinitely. Are you one of
them? If not, why not? Call and see us.. We are hero to stay .
The Florist and The Fruit Man
July -27, 1914.
Henry Copeland and wife have been
spending a few days with friends in
A G. Cameron and Geo. Free at
tended the Sunday school convention
at Pricetown last Saturday.
Harley Frye has been visiting
friends In New Petersburg for sev
Miss Roberta Lucas entertained the
Sunbeams at her home on Rocky Fork
last Saturday afternoon
Mrs. W. E. Shrlver spent several
days last week with her mother at
Percy Barrett and wife and Joe
Burke, of Parkersbunj, W. Va., spent
last Wednesday night with J. B.
Davis and wife.
The W. 0. T. U. will hold their
regular meeting at the M. E. Church
on Tuesday night of nest week, Aug.
4. At the close of the program an
Ice cream supper will be served on the
church lawn. Everybody Invited for
both the program and supper.
A son was born to Chas Daugherty
and wife last Monday night.
Misses Helen Powell and Myrtle
Renoe spent last Saturday night with
the former's sister at New Peters
burg. The Happy Hustlers will be enter
tained on Thursday afternoon at the
home of Miss Lucille Ladd on Paint.
John Foraker and Misses Lavey
Foraker and Mary S. Cameron visited
friends in Ross county over Sunday.
Howard Hodge and wife spent Sun
day with relatives at Cynthiana.
A thirty-two foot addition is being
added to the grand stand at the fair
Rev. W. E. Shrlver attended the
funeral of Chas. Weller at New
Petersburg today Monday.
Our citizens were summoned to the
farm of Elmer Post last Saturday af
ternoon to help fight tire that had
broken out in a stubble field. For a
time it looked as If the tire could not
be kept from the residence and barn,
but it was finally extinguished befor e
any serious damage was done.
flillsboro Suffrage Ateeting. i Marriage Licenses.
An important suffrage meeting was I J. Ernest Miller a id Goldie Osborne,
held at the home of the county presl both of Hillsboro.
July 27, 1914.
Miss Nellie Johnston, of New Vi
enna, is spending this week with -her
friend, Miss Florence Prlne.
Several from here attended the S.
S. Celebration at Pricetown Saturdav.
Mrs. H. G. Powell and granddaugh
ter, Mary Edith Powell, returned
nome saturaay. alter spending a
week with relatives at Williamsburg.
Mrs. Charles Robbins is spending a
few days with Quinn Copeland and
family at Brocks College.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Robbins spent
a few days this week with relatives
Misses Florence and Pearl Prlne en
tertained Misses Nellie Johnston,
Grace Simbro and Juel McCann on
Mr. and Mrs. George Prlne and fam
ily entertained Mr. ana Mrs Starling
Snider, of Hillsboro, Saturday and
Mrand Mrs. Frank WHIIson, Chas,
Simbro-and family and Mrs. W. J.
McCann and daughter, Miss Juel,
were entertained Thursday evening
by A. S. Welty In nillsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Powell spent
bunday with relatives near New
' Miss Gertrude Hoop entertained on
last Sunday Miss Winkle and Clarence
Justice, of Hillsboro, and William
Gammell, of Lynchburg.
The Grillllth Bros, finished thresh
ing in this neighborhood Thursday.
The farmers were well pleased with
the rain Saturday night.
Mrs. Mary KIrkpatrick and daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Ella, KIrkpatrick,
spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Joe Campbell, of Mt. Washington,
is still very slcfc.
dent, Mrs. J. II. Rlchaids, on Friday
afternoon. In spite of the Intense
heat and the fact that the meeting
was held at 2:30 p in perhaps the
warmest perloa of the day, there was
a splendid audience
A spirit of rejoicing was felt over
petitions tiled and that .Highland
, county was a ten per cent county,
I having 758 names, 740 being the num
Interesting reports were given by
the women who secured signers to the
Initiative petition for suffrage.
Mrs. J. B. Davis, of Paint township,
carried off the honors for securing the
largest number of names. One hun
dred voters signed her petition. She
was unanimously chosen as one to
carry the petitions from the Hartman
Hotel, Columbus, to the Secretary of
State on July 30. Mr. J B.Davis was
chosen as standard bearer.
Mrs. Ben Piatt Runkle, an untiring
suffrage worker In the campaign for
signatures, was also chosen to assist
in carrying old Highland's suffrage
Mr. and Mrs. George Free, of Rains
boro, will also act as delegates to
Columbus, July 30.
Mrs. Helen Boyd Mitchell, of Cleve
land, who has proved such an inspira
tion and help to the local committee,
spoke of the great encouragement she
received In securing the names of the
employees of the factories, foundries
and mills ot Hillsboro. These men,
she said, had studie.i the question and
were ready and anxious to sign the
petition without argument
Miss Mary Kinney Reed, a high
school girl, secured fifty names to her
The spirit of the meeting was to go
at once into the campaign work al
though It is not olllclally opened until
July 30. The county will be organized.
A number of thoe present were will
ing to accept definite work for the
A substantial check, the gift of a
prominent member, added much to
the Joy of this meeting as it insures
the services of desirable speakers for
During the serving of delicious re
freshments by the hostess, Miss Kitty
Barrere gave an interesting talk about
the suffrage campaign In California
three years ago, being in Los Angeles
at the time. She said the women
there felt sure that they had lost but
after days of waiting the result of the
vote of the mountain and remote
counties of the state decided the elec
tion for the women. She thought It
was trie convincing literature sent to
these people that Induced them to cast
oil prejudice and vote favorably.
This meeting was the most Interest
ing one in the history of the' move
ment in Highland county for it repre
sented the successful close of the first
great effort for suffrage by the mem
Frank Smith, of Hillsboro R D. and
Belle Berry, of Leesburg.
Frank Douglass, of Columbus, and
Olive Gray, of Greenfield. '
Frank Kelley, of Seaman, and Bessie
Snyder, of Hillsboro, R. D.
William Henry Case and Anna West,
both of Leesburg.
David Hill and Roxle Spenlock, both
Charles Moore and Roxle Barrett,
both of Leesburg. I
Charles H. Miller, of Frankfort, and
Sara Houser, of Hillsboro.
Arthur L. Watson, of Mt. Orab, and,
Nelle Weaver, of Buford.
John Massle, of Hillsboro, and Bessie
Wlsecup, of Carmel.
Probate' Court Proceedings-
Edna A. Woodmansee, admrx. of
Ernest Woodmansee, tiled Inventory
and appraisement j
Sudle Swisshelm committed to.
Athens State Hospital. "
Granville L. Todhunter appointed
administrator of James C. Boyd. i
Will of Maria Smith filed.
E. L Gossett appointed gdn. of
John Henry Gossett. I
Anna B. Woodrow, gdn. of J. Har
old Stout et al, filed petition to sell
Wm. Krenzburg, Sr., committed to
Athens State Hospital.
Will of Wm. Countryman probated.
Will of David T. Ragland filed.
H. H. McKeehan, exr. of Sarah E.
McKeehan, filed first and final ac
July 27, 1914.
Fred Rhoads and two sons spent
Sunday with S. S. Deardoff and ram
J. B. Turner was the guest Satur
day night and Sunday of his brother,
James Washburn, , of Kansas, and
Frank Thomas and J. J. Butler, wife
and son, of Sinking Spring, were tho
guests of Mrs. Jane Stults, Monday.
Tom Countryman, of Middletown,
arrived Thursday tospend a few weeks
his grandmother, Mrs. Latha Reed.
Mrs. Cinderella Rhoads and daugh
ter, Mrs. Mary Tompson and two
children spent Sunday with Guy
Campbell and wife.
Mrs. Jane Stults returned home
Sunday after spending a few days last
week with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer
Cameron, at Marshall.
D. O. Matthews, of Greenfield, and
Mike Hulnegan of Salem, were the
guests of the former's son, H. V. and
wife, from Monday until Wednesday.
James Frost, of Cedar Point, was
the guest of Harry and Duck Hock
Best Diarrhoea Remedy.
If you have ever used Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
you know that it is a success. Sam F.
Guin, Whatley, Ala., writes, "I had
measles and got caught out in the rain,
and it settled in my stomach and bow
els. I had an awful time, and had It
not been for Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy I could
not possibly have lived buta few hours
longer, but thanks to this remedy, I
am now well and strong." For sale'
by All Dealers adv
Ethel and Mabel Williams enter
tained a number of their friends at
F. C. Custer and family and Miss Ida
Landess spent Sunday at Hollowtown.
Mrs. Mary Overstake, of Fincastle,
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Nat Tannehlll and family.
Mrs. Wm. Sonner and son, Herald,
called on Mrs. Holland Vaughn Satur
Burch Hilllard and family, ot Hlfls
boro, spent Sunday with T. M. Roler
Lecta Tannehlll spont last week with
C. F. McNeil and family at Hillsboro.
July 27, 1914.
Protracted meeting begins here
July 30, by Rev. Johnson.
Albert Ellis and wife, of Norwood,
spent Saturday and Sunday with Iter
parents, Williard Calley and wife.
Wm. Barnett and wife spent one
day last week with James Sanderson
and family, ot Liberty. I
Will Stewart, wife and daughter,
Mildred, of Monterey, spent Saturday
and Sunday with relatives here. i
Mrs. Alva Leaverton and children, I
of Milford, is spending a few days
with her mother, Mrs. Emma Shaffer.
Mrs. Ellis Wilkin, of Shackelton,
spent Saturday and Sunday with home
Elmer Foster and wife spent Sun
day In Cincinnati.
M. T. Yowell was called to Hamil
ton Friday to attend the funeral of
his son, Ghent.
Mrs. Frank Hawk and daughter,
Norma, spent Sunday with her moth
er, Mrs. Leah Winkle, of Falrvlew.
Sherman Winkle, wife and daugh
er, Reba, were entertained at the
thome of J. W. Thornburg, Sunday.
Noah Shaffer and wife entertained
Cy Chaney and family, of near Dan-1
lie, Bunday. '
We want you to make your head
quarters here during the FAIR
next week. Every convenience
for ladies. Ask the salesladies.
Leave Your Bundles in Our Care During the Fair. Store
ill be Open From 5 to 6 Each Evening After the Fair.
Another big lot of Girdle Ribbons for Fair week.
Another Shipment of new White Goods for Fair week.
Middy Blouses Skirts to match for Fair week.
A big lot of the newest Neckwear for Fair week.
A shipment of new fancy Notions for Fair week.
A lot of White Wash Skirts New Tunic effect for Fair week.
New Goods Cost No More Than Old Goods
Our two big show windows tell the story of new goods. Watch
them and be well dressed.
SPECIAL SALE of Shirt Waists, White Dresses and House Dress
es during Fair week. ' Don't miss this Special Offering.
Special Discount on Carpets and Room size Rugs during Fair week.
Make the Coolest and Lightest Store
in Town Your Headquarters During
On Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of
Fair Week we will close at noon and open
again at 5 o'clock. This will give you a
chance to get your packages, Do your shop
ping before noon on these days
South High St.