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THE NEWS-HIlRaLD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1914
Why is Greenfield so suc
cessful with her Chautauqua?
Everybody talks Chautauqua
Will you ask at least,
two people if they expect
to attend the. Chautauqua
this year ?
Paul Downing, of Columbns, is vis
ing his uncle, D. M. Meneley.
A son was born -to Mr. and Mrs.
Blair M. Boyd Monday afternoon.
Mrs. John Mickel, of Sherlden, Ind.,
is the guest of Mrs. Chas. Richards.
Mrs. Mood Mosier, of Dayton, is' the
guest of Mrs John Howard.
Miss Flora Roads, of Ralnsboro, is
visiting Mrs.0 L. Workman.
Misses Kathleen and Loretta Breu
leu are vlsitiug relatives in Chicago.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Jos. F Gavey, Sunday night.
Miss Lucillo Carroll returned to her
home in Hyde Park Sunday, after a
visit with her aunts, the Misses Burke.
Miss Elizabeth Dunn, of Pittsburg,
Pa., is the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Miss Ruth Duncan, of Greenfield,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. D.
McClure, the past week.'.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph List and child
ren returned Thursday from a visit
with relatives at Sardinia.
Miss Hazel Worley has returned
from a visit with Miss Mary Frost, in
Miss Faith Glenn entertained a com
pany of ladles with bridge Thursday
Mrs. Earl V. Miller gave a card
party Friday afternoon for a number
of her young lady friends.
Mrs. J. B. Worley and daughter,
Miss Sara, visited relatives In Cincin
nati, a few days last week.
Miss Mabel Moyer, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
who has been visiting Mrs. Will Hug
gins, returned home Friday.
Miss Jane Evans will teach In a col
lege at Jacksonville, Fla., the coming
C M. Lacy has returned from his
vacation, which he spent at Mineral
Mis3 Pnoaba Hire, of L3 Vegas, N.
M., who has been visiting Miss Anna
Evans, will return home tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Winkle were at
the Ross County Su.phur Lick Springs
from Friday until Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Kerns, Miss Nan
Larkin and George L. Garrett spent
Sunday at Mineral Springs.
Mr. and MrB. Arthur Morrow, of
Tippecanoe City, are the guests of the
latter's sister, Mrs. J. B. Spencer.
Sheldon Shepherd, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
was the guest of Donald Durnell over
Mrs. Clara Brunner and children are
visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Bax
ter Cunningham, in Portsmouth.
Misses Anna and Ida Hester, of
Cleveland, are the guests of their
brother, Frank Hester.
Miss Margaret Masser.of Cincinnati,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
Mrs. Alice Klrx, of Norwood, spent
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Amos Edglngton.
Walter Carson, of Portsmouth, spent
from Saturday until Tuesday with his
sister, Mrs. J. B. Burton.
T. R. Workman, of Point Pleasant,
is the guest of his brother, C. L.
Mrs. Howard West and daughter,
of Mlddletown, are visiting Mrs. West's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berryman.
Mrs. O. N. Garrett went to Crab
Orchard, Ky., Tuesday for a few days
Miss Anne Hanlon, who has been
visiting friends in Galllpolls, returned
Mr. and Mrs. J. Edgar Ware and
children, of Lynchburg, Va., arrived
here Thursday for a months visit with
Mrs. Ware's parents, Judge and Mrs.
T. M. Watts.
Dr. W. II. Shields is visiting his
father in New Jersey.
Miss Mary Dillon, of Columbus, is
visiting Miss Katherlne Evans
Miss Llda Faris, of Dayton, is lslt
lng her sister, Mrs. Charles Richards.
j Ed. Clary, of Norwood, Is the guest
of Mr and Mrs. P. E Donohoo.
J W. Evans was a business visitor
in Cincinnati Friday.
Mr and Mrs. John R. Horstand son,
of Columbus, were the guests of Capt
and Mrs. Paul Harsha, Saturday.
Miss Rhetta McMlllen, of Cincin
nati, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. U,
Mrs. Kate Locke, of Leesburg, has
been the guest of her brother, Judge
n. M. Hugglns, for several days.
The Misses Schubler, of Cincinnati,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. T. San
Miss Dora Butler will leave today
for a months visit with relatives in
Miss Lucy Gilliam ITarrls went to
Louisville, Ky , Wednesday for a visit
with her aunt, Mrs. John Frost.
Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Carey spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Hodson in Dayton.
Mrs. Krantz, of Xenla, returned
home Weduesday, after a few das
visit with Miss Myra Johnson.
Miss Myra Johnson gave a party
Tuesday night for her guest, Mrs.
Krantz, of Xenla.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Johnson
and children were the guests of
friends In Xenla Sunday.
Miss Margaret Richards, of Sablna,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. Burch
Miss Janette Matthews, of Indiana
polis, Ind., is the guest of Mrs. P. H.
Miss Violet Cunningham, of Ports
mouth, Is visiting her uncle, F. R.
There will be a Roll Call of the
members of the Christian church
next Sunday morning.
Mrs. S. F Mullenlx and Mrs. T. W.
Mullenlx, of Newark, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mullenlx.
Arthur and William Grant, of Cin
cinnati, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. D. Doggett, Sunday.
Prof, and Mrs. L. W. Warson, of
Westervllle, are the guesis of Mr. and,
Mrs. J. S. Trop.
David Hlndman Is suffering from a
broken rib, the result of a fall from a
scaffolding Friday afternoon.
Misses Ellen and Mable Neurn, of
Norwood, are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Euglne Stabler.
Miss Mae Cllne, of Dayton, who has
been visiting Miss Ruth Hughes, re
turned home Saturday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Evans and F. L.
Haynes and daughter, Miss Helen, and
son, Ed., of Dayton, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs C. E. Haynes,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans and
daughter, Miss Katherlne, have re
turned from a two weeks stay at
Mrs. James E. Evans has been em
ployed as Instructor of English Litera
ture and nistory at Buford College,
John Blount, who is an 'official at
the Boys Industrial School of Lancas
ter, Is spending his vacation with his
mother, Mrs. John Howard.
Misses Virginia and Elizabeth Suy-
dam, of Cincinnati, are the guests of
Misses Mildred Morgan and AUrjorie
Born to Mr. and Mrs. William Hen
derly, of Lancaster, last week, a
daughter. Mrs. Henderly was formerly
Miss Mabel Moore, of this place.
Concrete walks are being built in
front of the residences of Ed Colvln,
J. S. Trop and 0. T. Rose, on S. High
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rogers and
daughters, Misses Eflle and Julia, who
have teen syending the summer in
Oxford, have returned home.
Dr, and Mrs. 0. D. Wright and Mrs.
Clarence Nlckeson went to the Ross
County Sulphur Lick Springs Satur
day to spend a week.
Miss Nina Glenn and Burch D. nug
gins were the guestsrof Mr. and Mrs.
Neal P. Waddell, at Greenfield, from
Thursday until Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Baxter Cunningham
and children, of Portsmouth, were the
guests of Mrs. Cunningham's father,
H. 0. Ambrose, Sunday.
Mrs. Lulu Barrere and daughter,
Miss Margaret, went to Columbus
Monday, for a two weeks visit with
the former's sister, Mrs. S. W. Hies-tandi
Mr. fllnctley, of Portland, Me., was
the guest of Ralph Sams, Tuesday
Miss Ruth Caldwell Is visiting Miss
Ruth Baker In Urbana.
Miss Marv Fee of Cincinnati, Is
the guest of her aunt, Mrs D. M
Mrs Djinlel Morgan and daughter,
Mlls MlldfeJ, Who spent two weeks at
Flat Rock, N 0., ii.i?e returned home.
A festival will be held at Mt. Olive
church on Wednesday evening, Aug.
12. Everj body invited.
Mr. and Mrs R A. Roseboom, of
( Hellevue, Ky , are the guests of Mr.
ana airs. w. u. (Jaldwell
Mrs. F. R. Ambrose and her guest,
Miss Violet Cunningham, and Mrs.
W. N. Bean spent Tuesday In Cin
cinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown and
children, of Hamilton, are visiting
Mrs. Brown s mother, Mrs. Gertrude
A household remedy in America for
25 years Dr. Thomas Electric Oil.
For cuts. spralns,burns,scalds, bruises.
25c and 50c. At all drugstores, adv
Dr. A. II. Beam, who has been tak
ing a post-graduate course In surgery
at Boston and New York has returned
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stabler had as
their guests over Sunday, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Parsons and son, of Cin
cinnati. Mfs. H. E. Mullenlx and son, Harry,
returned Tuesday from a visit with
the former's son, Harley, in Pine
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Johnson, of
Greenfield, returned home Saturday,
after a few days visit with Mrs. H. C.
Mrs Lyne Smith and children, of
Erie, Pa., who are visiting Mrs. James
W. Smith, spent last week with rela
tives in Highland and Leesburg.
The many friends of County Asses
sor John M. McMullen will be pleased
to learn that he has so far recovered
from his serious Illness as to be able
to sit up.
Any skin Itching is a temper tester.
The more you scratch the worse It
itches. Doan's Ointment is for piles,
eczema any skin itching. 50c at all
drug stores. adv
Rev B. F. Smith went to Lynchburg
Sunday evening and conducted ser
vices at the Christian church. Twenty
live members of his congregation ac
For dyspepsia, our national ailment,
use Burdock Blood Bitters. t Recom
mended for strengthening digestion,
purifying the blood. At all drug stores.
?1.00 a bottle. adv
Dr. L. Nelson and children and Mr.
and Mrs. Genrge W. Barrere Jr. and
children, who have been at the bunga
low of 11. D. Waddell, near the Point
for a month, returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hastings and
Mrs. John Marsh and son, of Sabina,
and Mrs. Homer Marsh and children,
of Columbus, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles W. Mullenlx, on S. nigh
Mrs. Van B. Miller and daughter,
Miss Zella, Miss Nancy Larkin, Miss
Sara Walker, George McConnaughey
and Dwight Rogers returned Friday
from a pleasant week'soutlngatCamp
Richards at the Point.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Hugglns, Mr.
and Mrs. Will Hugglns and Dr. and
Mrs. W. W. Glenn and daughter, Miss
Faith, attended the services for the
dedication of the new Presbyter, an
church, at Sardinia, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carlisle and Fred
Carlisle were the guests of the form
er's daughter, Miss Louie, at Colum
bus, Sunday. Miss Ruth Carlisle, who
has been visiting there for several
weeks, returned home with them.
Mrs. Lewis Eyre, and daughter, of
Seattle, Wash., Mrs. O. W. Edenfleld
and Miss Ruth Edenfleld, of near
Winchester,, and Mrs. William Ben
nington, of south of town, spent the
week end with Mrs. E. V. Carr.
Joseph Campbell, aged 73, died at
his home a few miles south of Hills
boro on the West Union pike, Friday
night. The funeral services were held
at the home Sunday afternoon, con
ducted by Rev. B. F. Smith. Burial
was made in Pleasant Hill cemetery.
He is survived by his wife and two
The Budget Commission of High
land county met Monday and organ
ized oy electing J. M. Hibben.
president. The board adjourned
from day to day. The members of
the commission are J. M. Hibben,
president of the Hillsboro Board of
Education, James A. Wilklns, mayor
of Hillsboro, and W. A. Teter, county
auditor. They are members of thn
commission by vlrtuo of their respec
Miss Alice Lallerty is visiting her
sister at Berryvllle.
' Mr, and Mrs. John H. Lang and
George A. Goodman and sister, Miss
Anna, of Portsmouth, spent Sunday
witli Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carroll.
Mrs. A. W. Dietrich and two daugh
ters, of Milford, are the guests of Mr
and Mrs. J. E. Carroll.
Mrs. M. F. Carroll and daughter
Miss Rosemary, and Harry Nlckeson
visited relatives at St. Martin s Sun
day. - m
"I have been sofnewhat costive, but
Doan s Regulets give Just the results
I desire. They act mildly and reuu.
late the bowels perfectly." Geo B.
Krause, Altoona, Pa. adv
At Saturday's stock sale 46 horses
were sold. The prices were low,
averaging about $75. Sixteen head
went to Washington C. H., six head
to Cincinnati and the balance to local
The Hillsboro public schools will
open Monday, Sept. 7, for registration
purposes only. The pupils are re
quested to go to their respective
rooms and secure a list of necessary
books, etc , when they will be dis
missed for the day.
Prof. Hopewell, of Chtllicothe, was
employed as commercial teacher in
the Hillsboro high school at the meet
ing of thechool board Monday night.
He comes very highly recommended,
havlhg been manager of the (Jlillll
cothe Business College for two years
and having taught in a high school in
the west for three years before that.
He is a young married man 32 years
David B. White, of Greenfield, and
Lizzie May Dove, of New Vienna.
Special Train on N- & W.
The Hillsboro Fair Co. have ar
ranged for a special train leaving
Hillsboro at 5:30 on both Thursday
and Friday afternoons.
August 3, 1014.
Farmers Picnic and Good Roads
Day at Hillsboro Chautauqua Monday
Homer Brown, of Greenfield, Is vis"
iting Hugh Kline.
W. E. Crlsman and family enter
tained Sunday at dinner, Homer
Hawk and wife and live children,
Win. Ludwlck and wife, of East Dan
ville, Jacob Lucas and wife, of Lees
burg, Clarence Crlsman and wife and
Ray Washburn and wife.
Mr. and Mrs, McConnaughey and
daughter, Sarah, spent Sunday In
Greenfield. Miss Sarah remained for
a short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. James Elton spent
last "Thursday night with Mr. and
Mrs. John Duttleld.
Wm. Rowe and wife spent Thurs
day at the home of Frank Rowe, of
Hamer Lyle and wife were guests
of George Fox and wife Sunday.
W. W. Wolfe and family and Frank
Shoemaker and wife were guests of
John Washburn and family Sunday.
Charles Spence and wife called on
Tom Cope and wile Sunday after
noon. Mrs. Rlttenhouse, of Hillsboro, who
spent a week with her daughter, Mrs.
Lyle, returned home Saturday.
J. S. Lovett and wife called on John
Dullleld and wife Sunday afternoon.
Win Barrett and wife and daugh
ter, Byrda, spent Saturday and Sun
I day at the home of James Weaver, of
I Wm. Rowe and wife and Miss Roma
King attended the camp meeting at
fciast Monroe Sunday and took dlnuer
at the home of Austin Haines.
"I think, William, I'll ask those
new people next door to take dinner
with us tonight "
"Well, the butcher, by mistake, left
their meat order here, and it seems
only fair." Life.
Lady (to tramp who had been com
missioned to find her lost poodle) Tne
poor little darling, where did you find
Tramp Oh, a man 'ad 'im, miss,
tied to a pole, and was cleaning the
windows wlv 'lm 1 Exchange.
The second course of the table d'hote
was being served. "What is this
leathery stuff ?" demanded the corpu
"That, sir, is fillet of sole," replied
"Take it away," said the corpulent
diner, "and see If you canjt get me a
nice, tender piece of the-'' upper, with
the buttons removed." Christian
"Do you ever hire actors to help
"Been in vaudeville or the legit?"
"What difference does that make ?"
"A man who has been in a four-act
play expects to do more work than the '
hero of a 20-mlnuto sketch." Kansas '
City Journal. I
CK ?rpbeum e-Fg.
MATINEE, SATURDAY, AUG. 6
"The Redskins and the Renegade"
An Indian Picture of the "Old Time Kind".
Plenty of Action and Powder Smoke
"The Adventure of Rival Undertakers"
A Comedy with a Laugh For Every Foot.
NOTICE TO PATRONS:
Believing that every citizen and Business Man in
this City should take a Personal Interest in and Boost for
the good of the cause, we have decided to close our
Theatre on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday nights of Chautauqua week.
Will be open again as usual on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22
Matinee and Night with a Big Special
Aug 3, 1914
Mrs. Thos Barrett spent last week
with her daughter at lloaglands.
Miss Edna Shinirle. of Carmtl. visited
her grandparents, Jos. Ferneau and
wife, last week.
Miss Kathryn Harrington visited
friends in Greenfield last week.
Misses Georgia Bell and Inez Upp,
who have been taking a Normal couise
at Athens, returned home last Friday.
Rev. Roy B. Coleman and wife, of
New Jasper, are visiting home folks.
T. B. Powell and wife visited friends
in Washington C H , last week.
Mrs. Emily Shipton and daughter,
Elsa, are visiting relatives in Spring
field. George Ivers and wife and son, of
Washington O. II., spent Sunday with
J. H. Ivers and wife.
Miss Ruby Campbell spent last week
with friends In Adams county.
Dan Holllday and family, of Blan
chester, have been spending a few days
with C E. Holllday and wife.
Mrsi Beard, of Buford, has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Nettle Davis,
for several days.
The fouith quarterly meeting of the
M. E. church will be held here on
Friday, August 21.
Miss Mary Parshall, of Hillsboro,
was the guest of her cousin, Miss
Naomi Ladd, me past week.
Misses Elsa and Blanche McNary
are visiting friends in Springfield.
Lindley Garter went to Chilllcothe
last Wednesday and underwent an
operation lor the benefit of his eyes.
Miss Kathryn Barrett is spending
this week with relatives at lloaglands.
Homer Garrett and family, of Wash
ington, C. H., spent part of last week
here with John F-oraker and family.
James Melson and wife, of Green
field, were guests of their daui?htfir.
Mrs. Chas. Shipton, last Tuesday.
Gail Wolfe and family, of Xenla,
are visiting Sam Renoe and wife.
Rev. J. H. Davis, who has been sick
for several months, was able to be
at Sunday School last Sunday and
teach his class of young men.
For Clerk of Courts, Highland County
You have probably noticed in another column
of this paper my announcement as a candi
date at the Republican Primary, August 11,
1914, for Clerk of Courts, of Highland Co.
Not being able to see all of you personally, I
take this way in asking you a favor.
I want your support at the Primary. I have
had several years experience at clerical work
similar to the work in this office, and must
rely on this kind of work for a living on ac
count of the loss of an arm. If you don't
know me, inquire about me before you vote.
Any favor you can give me by vote or in
fluence, will be highly appreciated.
E. C. WISECUP,
Whnt-fl Qnnlitv Pminfo dUU MUdlb
Miss Margaret Ballentine has re
turned from a visit of several weeks
with relatives at Columbus
M. L. Matthews, of Greenfield, was
looking after after business Interests
here last Tuesday.
Walter Shannon, of Hillsboro, was
the guest of his cousin, Homer Watts,
Miss Grace Hodge Is visiting friends
in Greenfield during Chautauqua.
J. B Davis and wife spent Thursday
and Friday in Columbus and helped
present the petitions at the State
Farmers Picnic and Good Roads
Day at Hillsboro Chautauqua, Mon-
day, Aug 10,
Aug. 3, 1914
Mrs. Beatrice Webb and son, George,
of Indiana, and Leona Chaney called
on Mrs. M. K. Chaney Saturday.
Olive Smith is visiting relatives
Roy Beck and wife and son, Earle,
spent a few days last week with
.Everett Hodson and family.
Mrs. Chas. Blackburn is sick.
T. L Carey and wife, of Wilmington,
aie visiting relatives here.
Vernon Brewer and wife and child
ren took dinner with M K. Chaney
arid family, Sunday.
Ova Creed and wife and Loralne
Spargur spent Saturday and Sunday
Chas. Roads and wife and daughter,
Florence, spent Sunday with Thomas
Priest and wife.
Fanners Picnic and Good Roads
Day at Hillsboro Chautauqua, Mon
day, Aug. 17.
Lonnie Terrell and wife and two
children, ofllighland, called on C. N.
Carey, Sunday afternoon.
Donald Carey and Harry Schroder,
of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with C.
N. Carey and family.
Friends and relatives of Mrs. T. H.
Smith gathered at her Saturday with
well filled baskets to remind hei of
Cheefoo China, yearly exports 1,500,
000 pounds of silk thread