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THE NEWS-HERALD, HID BORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 30 1914.
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Boost Hillsboro
Chautauqua
Why is Greenfield so suc
cessful with her Chautauqua?
Everybody talks Chautauqua
and attends.
Will you ask at least
two people if they expect
to attend the Chautauqua
this year ?
Nelson Sparks, of Chicago, spent a
few days here last week.
Miss Catherine Evans Is spending
this week at Mineral Springs.
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Mr and Mrs. B. B. Falrley spent
Saturday In Cincinnati.
Miss Mae Larkin was the guest of
friends in Cincinnati over Sunday.
Wanted Three furnished rooms.
Notify Newb-Hkbald Co.
Fifty Hillsboro people spent Sunday
at Ross County Sulphur Lick Springs.
Mrs. Clifford Elllfrltz is visiting
relatives in New Vienna.
Phil Hall spent Sunday with friends
in Wilmington.
C. M. Lacy is spending this week at
Mineral Springs.
Hillsboro Chautauqua Aug. 16 to
23 inclusive. adv
Miss May Brandt, of Blanchester, is
the guest of friends and relatives
here.
Miss Kate Murphy, of Chicago, is
visiting her sisters, the Misses Mur
Phy. ' ,
Three big races each day, Wednes
day, Thursday and Friday, Aug. 5, G
and 7 at the Hillsboro Fair. adv
Alfred Conwell, of Xenia, has been
visiting his brother, James, since
Saturday.
Miss Ruth Evans, of Fairmont, W.
Va., is the guest of Mrs. Charles
Duncan.
See the display of Flowers and Po
tatoes given by the children at the
Hillsbory Fair August 4, 5, 0 and 7.
adv.
Dr. Henry Schwelnsberger, Jr., of
Alliance, is here for a two weeks visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Schwelnsberger,
Miss Susan Sernple, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Charles W.
Scott, returned to her home in Coving
ton, Ky., Saturday.
Wednesday Aug. 5 Is ''Old Soldiers
Day" at the Hillsboro Fair. Senator
j , li. orauer win oe present ana ae
liver an address. adv
Homer Burton and Miss Mable
Stltes, of Hyde Park, and Mr. and
Mrs. Qulncy Barger, or Leesburg'
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. J
B. Burton.
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Meet your friends at the Hillsboro
Fair Aug. 4, 5, 0 and 7. adv I
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Prof. W H Vance Is confined to
the house with an attack of quinsy.
Mrs. Ed. Born, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wise-
cup Sunday.
Dick Patton, of Columbus, was the
guest of his mother, Mrs S. N. pat
ton, from Saturday until Tuesday.
Miss Helen Zlnk Is visiting her un
cle, Arthur J. McClure, at Charleston,
W. Va.
Miss Mae Sourd, of Fayettevllle,
spent last Thursday afternoon with
Miss Mary Hammil.
The Hillsboro Christian church has
purchased l $2000 pipe organ of the
Esta Organ Co.
Mrs. L. R. Hilton and daughter
Miss Mary, left Friday for. a trip on
the Great Lakes.
Miss Leone Bacon, of Franklin, was
the guest of Miss Anna Morrow, the
past week.
Mrs. Macomb Chaney of Westboro,
Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. C.
Duckwall.
Mrs. H. E. Mullenix and son, Harry,
are visiting the former's son, Harley,
at Pine River, Minn.
Miss Charlotte Merry, of Madlson
ville, has been the guest of Miss
Narka Nelson the past week.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Roush are spend
ing the week at Sulphur Lick Springs,
Ross county.
Mrs. Ben McMullen and three sons,
of Ft. Thomas, Ky., are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. John McMullen
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher and
Miss Lucille ILugglns returned Satur
day from Cedar Point.
Miss Mary Kinney Reed has returned
from a short visit with relatives at
Lakeside.
Judge and Mrs. J. Frank Wilson
have been at Mineral Springs since
Friday. They returned home Tues
day.
Walter Sawhlll, of Springfield, and
sister, Miss Lcuella, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
who have been visiting Rev. and Mrs.
B. F. Smith, returned home Tuesday.
Miss Harriett Ayres was in Colum
bus Wednesday where she delivered
an address Wednesday night. She
will speak at Worthlngton tonight.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer returned
Sunday from a short visit with their
daughter, Mrs. Overton Hire, of near
Greenfield.
Mrs. J. A. Head and children, Mrs
Elizabeth Smith and Miss Jessie Bar
rett returned Saturday from a week's
stay at Mineral Springs.
Scott Benham. of Cincinnati, and
Isaac N. Benham, of Good Hope, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Zlnk
from Thursday until Saturday.
John West, Perry McCoppin, Joseph
Perln and Philip 0. Berg' spent
Sunday at Mineral Springs.
The purpose of the Chautauqua Is
to Instruct and amuse and those who
have arranged the program for the
Hillsboro Chautauqua Aug. 10 to 23
have secured talent which will do
this thoroughly. adv.
SALE BEATS THEM
Mr. and Mrs O A. Landess spent
Sunday with relatives at Danville.
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Mrs Nellie Webster, of Lynchburg,
is spending this week with her sister
Mrs. Samuel Grltlln.
Mrs. J. E. Stabler and son are vis
iting the former's father, Isma Troth,
in Lynchburg.
Mrs. Austin Rockhold, of Dayton,
returned home Saturday after a short
visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kibler.
Mrs. Liouis Stanley returnea Mon
day from a visit with her parents in
Hrppnflplil.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Elliott were the
guests of the latter's mother, Mrs.
Jane Smith, near Danville, Saturday
and Sunday.
The Marshall W. C. T. U. will meet
at the home of Mrs. J. VV. Hunter on
Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 4, at 2
o'clock.
Miss Mary Barrere was the guest of
Misses Gertrude and Edith Gardner,
at Washington, C. H., from Saturday
until Monday.
Misses Martha Spencer and Margaret
Barrere and Walter Klncaid and Fred
Laflerty spent Saturday and Sunday
at Mineral Springs.
Nicholas Kaln, of Williamsburg, re
turned home Monday, after a week's
visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Boul
ware. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Custer and
daughter, Miss Gladys, spent Saturday
and Sunday with relatives in Cincin
nati. Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and children,
who have been visiting the former's
parents, Col. and Mrs. L. B. Boyd, re
turned home Wednesday.
Miss Mary McMeekin, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of her grandparents,
Capt. and Mrs. Ezra Stevenson, the
past week.
Thomas Hern, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his moi her here over Sun
day. nis'son and d iuhter, who have
been visiting here for several weeks,
returned home with him.
Mrs. J. F. R. Holmes lias gone to
Cincinnati where she will undergo an
operation at Bethesda Hopltal. Iler
son, Lelghton, and wife, accompanied
her.
Mrs. Agnes Ochs and daughters,
Misses Alma and Nelle, Gussle Gavey,
Loretta Bond and Anna Haller and
Karl Doebele, Julius Ochs, Harry
Bond and Lon Walker spent Sunday
at the Caves.
William E. Cadmus, of Peoria, 111.,
a national organizer of the Progressive
Party was here Tuesday. He had been
in Portsmouth on Monday and held a
meeting there with leaders of the
party to arrange for a Progressive
candidate for congress in this district.
ne stated that a .meeting would be
held there Wednesday and a candi
date agreed upon and wiiose name
would be written on the ballot at the
Primary Election. Mr. Cadmus made
a speech on the public square here
Tuesday night, ne is a pleasant and
forceful speaker and was listened to
attentively by the small crowd that
gathered, there having been no oppor
tunity to advertise the meeting
Arrangements will also probably be
made for a candidate for state senator
on the Progressive ticket In this
district.
Mrs. Grace Purdy visited her daugh-1
ter, Mrs D. W. Brown, at Danville, a
few days last week. i
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Mr. and Mrs. Fay Klncald went to
Cleveland Wednesday to spend a few
days.
An ice cream supper will be held at
Marshall K. of P. Flail Saturday even
ing, Aug. 1. Proceeds for benefit of
the M. E. Church.
Mr. and Mrs Grant Troutwlne, of
Cleveland, and J B Hunter and fam
ily, of Lynchburg, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. George Mauntel Sun
day. Ladies Aid Society of the Christian
church will hold a market at Hlder's
Fruit Store on Saturday, Aug. 11. All
the ladles of the church are asked to
donate to the market.
Miss Kitty Barrere, of Los Angeles,
Cal., who has been visiting her aunt,
Mrs. George W. Barrere, went to
Washington, C. n., Saturday, for a
few days visit, before returning home.
Mrs. L. H. Dill and Miss May Cum
mlngs entertained a number of ladles
Thursday evening for Miss Kitty
Barrere, of Los Angeles, Cal.
Steward Klncald has purchased the
house on E Main street next to the
Presbyterian church of Rush nead.
It was formerly owned by Miss Mar
garet Barrere.
Fob Rent A large farm. Fine
bottom land and plenty of water at
Fayettevllle, Ohio. Address
A. J. Bebinq,
(7 30) adv Fayettevllle, O.
Wanted Bread, butter, cakes,
jelly, fruits, canned vegetables and
home made candles, for the Leesburg
Highland Fair and Home Coming,
Aug 11-13 No entrance fee charged
i.i this department. For further in
formation call on or address Mrs. E.
M Johnson,, Highland O. or Mrs.
Fred Hardy, Leesburg, O.
Miss Mary Landess entertained on
Monday night with a progressive party
in honor of Miss Ruth Evans, of Fair
mont, W. Va., and Halford Conwell,
of Xenia, the following guests being
present : Misses Ruth Evans, Flossie
Shelton, Anna Moore, Leona Bacon,
Frankle Vance, Lena Kent, Luclle
Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Farls,
Halford Conwell, Loyd Ilolllday,
Robert Miller, John Frost, John Jor
dan, Roy Fenner and Dow Landess.
The Larkin Club was entertained
at the home of Mrs. Wm. Davidson
last Monday afternoon. Those pres
ent were Mrs. Margaret Thompson,
Mrs Wm. Smith, Mrs. Jno. Lewis and
two children, Homer and Ethel, ' Mrs.
T. W. McCoy and daughter, Marie,
Mrs. Stanley Holliday, Mrs. Charles
Pence, Miss Ethel Barnes, Mrs. Clar
ence C. Chrlsman, Mrs. Minnie E
Carper and son, Wilbur. Refresh
mentsof ice cream and cake were
served.
The many friends of Miss Susan
Gore will be distressed to learn that
she has been sick ever since she left
here for Europe. Mrs. Kate Doorley
received a letter last week from Mrs.
Gore from Killarney. Mrs. Gore said
that she had consulted a physician
there who stated that Miss Susan was
suffering from chronic apendlcltls;
that she Intended to take her to Lon
don to see a specialist and then would
decide what had better be done.
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Lessl;We Sell
Miss Joy flier visited
near I) inville over Sunday.
relatives
J imes Beaver and sister, Miss Dora,
of Rainsboro, Miss Roraa King, of
Greenfield, and Mr. and Mra James
Rittenhouse and family were enter
tained by Mr. and Mrs. C. L Work
man, Sunday.
A Perfect Cathartic.
There is sure and wholesome action
In every dose of Foley Cathartic Tab
lets. They cleanse v 1th never a gripe
or oaln. Chronic cases of constipation
rind them Invaluable. Stout people
are relieved of that bloated congested
feeling, so uncomfortable especially
in hot weather. They keep your liver
busy. adv
Gabbett & Aybes
Tax Complaints.
Auditor Teter has received instruc
tions from the State Tax Commission
that all complaints for Increase or de
crease In valuation of real or personal
property made to the Board of Com
plaints shall be In writing and tiled
with the Auditor or Board of Com
plaints. The members of the Board
of Complaints are .lames VV Duvall,
Dodson township, Klrby Smith, Hills
boro, and John Richmond, Brush
creek township The board meets for
organization on next Monday, Aug 3
Methodist Church.
Rev Harris Gillespie of the North
east Ohio Conference will preach at
the Methodist Church Sunday morn
ing. Rev. Gillespie was a school mate
of Dr. Earl R. Slutz at Delaware and
was his roommate at Theological Sem
inary. He will be accompanied by his
wife and daughter and they will be
the guests of Rev. and Mrs. Slutz
while here
rpbeum
Where Quality Counts
Particular
Show
Always Clean and Cool Always a Good Program
To-Night THURSDAY, JULY 30, To-Night
Miss Florence Turner and her dog "Jean" in
"JEAN'S" EVIDENCE" and "THE YOUNGER SISTER"
Also a Corking Good Keystone Comedy with Ford Sterling
FRIDAY, JULY 31
Hearst Selig Weekly of Current Events
More Mexican War Pictures
MATINEESATURDAY, AUG. 1 NIGHT
No. 1 1 "The Adventures of Kathlyn" No. 1 1
This one is said to be Great, Don't miss it.
Look COMING MONDAY, AUG. 3 Look
Earle Williams and Lillian Walker in
"EVES DAUGHTER"
A Strong Dramatic Masterpiece in One Reel
Arthur Johnson and Lottie Briscoe in
"LORD ALGY"
Special Feature in 2 parts. Admission Only 5 Cents
ARE YOU READING THE "MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY ?"
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SINKING SPRING.
July 27 1014
Miss Eva Porter, of this place, who
went to Estes, N U , last spring and
after obtaining a liomestead of 320
acres of land, was recently married to
Rodney Hatter at Alexander, N. D.
Miss Lulu Butler has been visiting
relatives at Sprigtield and Middle
town. Mrs Saloma Rhoads is spending a
few dajs with her daughter, Mrs.
Sam Porter, at .Marshall.
Roy Hllterbrand made a business
trip to Peebles, Wednesday.
The Patterson Graduates from this
place attended the Commencement at
Hillsboro, Monday.
i Mrs Rout. Treher called on Mrs.
Jennie Porter, Wednesday evening
Mrs James Rhoads and son spent
Thursday with her sister, Miss Roma
Garman.
Miss Marguerite Setty has returned
to her home at Hillsboro, after visit
ing her grandmother, Mrs. Hannah
, McKeehan.
I Miss Leona Rhoats and sister, of
I Washington, C. 11 , were the guests of
Mrs. Loyd Butler, last week.
Miss Mary Butler has returned to
her home at Balnbrldge after visiting
' Miss Ruth Nace
I Miss Lempa Cartwright spent a few
dajs last week with her parents.
Mrs Joseph Swayre spent Friday
with her daughter, Mrs. Bernice Rose.
Mrs. Christena Hllterbrand spent
Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs.
Jennie Porter.
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i When it Is said that the program
I for this years Hillsboro Chautauqua
1 is the best that has ever been arrang-
'ed for Hillsboro the people know
that they have many excelleut things
. to anticipate. adv.
For Particular
People
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