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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914
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Charles F. Clarke spent Saturday
and Sunday with relatives In Flndlay.
Edward McCormack Is spending this
week with relatives at Springfield.
Miss Sara Worley left Monday for a
visit with Miss Mary Fltts at Elm
Mountain Lake, Brldgevllle, N. J.
Sheldon Shepherd, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
was the guest of Donald Durnell,
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Bertha Bell entt rtalned a num
ber of her young friends with a dance
at Bell's Hall Monday night.
Dr. and Mrs. Roy S. Rogers enter
tain :d a few of their friends with a
dinner party Friday evening.
MlssNelle Nelson went to Green
field Friday for a short visit with
friends and relatives.
Miss Pearl Mahaffey, of Mlddletown,
was the guest of her uncle, McAdow
Robinson, from Friday until Monday.
Miss Elizabeth Ballentlne was the
guest of friends In Blanchester last
Prof. Charles Martin, who has been
visiting his father, John Martin, re
turned to his home In Wilmington,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jennings, of
Dayton, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. John S. Farls, from Friday until
Misses Mary Evans and Mary Barrere
returned Monday from a weeks visit
Mr. and Mrs. Elgar Barrere In Circle
vllle. m "
Prof. Lee Gutrldire returned to his
home In Newark, Saturday, after a
visit with Prof, and Mrs. C. C. Patter
son. Miss Verna Van Winkle, of Chicago,
is the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Van Winkle, of New Mar
ket, and relatives and friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy B. Roush and
children, of Cincinnati, are spending
this week with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Roush.
Miss Anna Steele,
spending the summer
Mrs. Walter Merrick,
expected home today.
who has been
with her sister,
In Cleveland, is
John Sturgeon and John Dawson re
turned to their home In Unlontown,
Pa., Wednesday, after a visit with
their aunt, Mrs. H. O. Dawson.
Misses Elizabeth Henley and Nora
Maroney spent from Friday until Sun
day with Miss Margaret Hlgglns, at
Henry Nesblt left Monday for a
months visit with A. E. Pavey, at
Wing, N. D., and his son, Gerald Nes
bit, in Minnesota.
Fred Larkln, who has been visiting
his sister, Mrs. Dick Rockhold, for a
couple of weeks, returned to his home
in Cleveland, Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Harley Wilkin and
son, Daniel, of Washington O. H., who
have been visiting relatives here, re
turned home Monday. '
On account of wet grounds the game
scheduled between HUlsboro and Wil
mington at Wilmington on Sunday
Miss Ellen and D wight Rogers, of
Mineral Springs, came up Monday to
attend the dance given by Miss Bertha
Bell. They were entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Neal and John
Canter, of Ironton, and Noah Rose, of
Springfield, were visitors at the home
of Jones Trop recently, making the
trip in their automobile.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hessian, James
Corrlgan, Misses Hazel Sweeney and
Mary McCormack, of Springfield, were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mc
Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Gall and daugh
ter, of Washington D. C, and Mr. and
Mrs. T. A. GalV f Duluth, Minn., have
been visiting Mrs. Margaret Gall and
Mrs. Alice Burnett, the past week.
They attended the Gall Reunion at
Stanley Evans, of Leesburg, was re
cently arrested, charged with stealing
$75 in money from Samuel Carey, of
near Sablna. When arrested he con
fessed the theft and returned 850 of
themoney. A part of the money spent
had gone to pay a fine assessed against
him by the mayor of Leesburg for
shooting craps. He was bound over
to the Clinton county grand Jury by
the mayor of Sablna, his bond being
fixed at $1030. Ho was not able to give
Die bond and was sent to jail.
Noah Emery spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends In Greenfield.
Charles Schllley Is In Toledo visiting
his sister, Mrs. Ed Moore.
James E. Roads has as his guest, his
son, Clifford, of Duquesne, Pa.
Miss Lillian Cohn went to Chicago
Saturday for a visit with relatives.
Wanted Two apprentice girls.
Apply to Miss Alice Fallon.
Richard Rarrett left Tuesday for
Columbus to attend the State Fair.
Robert Polk and family were guests
of friends at Sharpsvlllo Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Smith and daughter, Miss
Mayme, of Cincinnati, are visiting
Frank Zane and sister, Miss Kathryn.
Miss Nellie Brunner has returned
home, after a visit with her brother,
Foster, at Columbus.
Mrs. George Cooper and Miss Flor
ence Brooksbank are the guests of
Frank Day, at Columbus, this week.
O E Stanforth spent Sunday In
Norwood the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Frank Lacy, who has been the
guest of her son, O. M. Lacy, has gone
to Piqua to visit relatives.
A beautiful production of "The
Third Dagree" at Bell's Opera House,
Sept. 8. adv
Dr. Carl Ebert left Monday for Clr
cleville to spend his vacation with his
Frank Vance, of Hollowtown, was
the guest of Prof. W. H. Vance and
James A. Swisshelm spent
day and Thursday of last
Columbus and Zanesvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Roush, of
Danville, spent Saturday with C. C.
Roush and family.
Perin McDermott has gone to Indi
anapolis to attend the Indianapolis
School of Printing.
Ellis Pence, of Chicago, 111., Is the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Pugh
and his parents at Danville.
Prof. C. O. Patterson has been the
guest of his mother at Jamestown
Paul Downing, who has been visit
ing his uncle, D. M. Meneley, returned
to his home In Columbus, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gossett are visit
ing Elza Duvall and family, of Dodson
vllle. Dow Landess left Saturday evening
for'a ten days visit with relatives at
Warren and Marion, Ind.
Mrs. C. N. Winkle and son, Millard,
spent a few days last week with John
Crampton and family, at Lynchburg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Teter enter
tained Mrs. Mary Miller, of Leesburg,
at the Highland House the past week.
Miss Anne Favor has returned home
after a vacation spent at Sulphur
' Mrs. Ira Hlestand and Mrs. C. J.
Ulble and daughter, Mary, are the
guests of relatives at Mound City, Mo.
Harry Mercer, of New Vienna, Is
visiting his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs.
D. N. McBrlde.
Mrs. Bartley Stanforth was the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Vance, at
Greenfield, a few days last week.
Mrs. Ewlng Newby will assist at
Josephine Roush's Millinery Store
Kyle, of Cleveland, is
Miss Josephine Roush
Miss Elizabeth Rldgeway and Mrs
Wm. Collett, of Dayton, spent Sunday
with Miss Elma Carey, of Samantha.
Mrs. Nettle WaUlngford, of Chllll
cothe, was the guest of Benjamin
WaUlngford and family Sunday.
Miss AnnaBell Renner, of Colum
bus, Is visiting her uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. John D. Renner, on
North High street.
James Swisshelm and family are
visiting relatives In Wilmington and
Columbus this week and attending the
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bayless, after an
extended visit with relatives here,
have returned to their home in Mun
Miss Mae Eckman, of Kansas City,
Mo., will trim for the Elite Millinery
Store this season. She arrived here
ASSl' Is tak
Mrs. G. E. Xesler Is spending a few
dijs with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Con
well, at Washington C. H.
Miss Rebecca Stevenson went to
Cincinnati Saturday for a visit with
her aunt, Mrs. Anna McMeekln.
Capt. and Mrs. Earl V. Miller en
tertained a number of their friends
with a dinner Thursday evening.
Misses Georgia and Ethel Lucas, of
Oxford, returned home Friday, after
a visit with Miss Lena McCoppin.
Miss Mary Hanlon returned Thurs
day from a short visit with relatives
Miss Mary Hussey, of Cleveland, has
been the guest of her sister, Mrs. E.
W. Schumaker, since Saturday.
Miss Clara McMeekln returned to
her home In Cincinnati Sunday, after
a visit with her grandparents, Capt.
and Mrs. Ezra Stevenson.
Miss Ella Bell went to Columbus
Monday to attend the State Fair. She
will visit her parents at Delaware
before returning home.
Byron Rogers, of the McEeehan
Hlestand Co., is taking a two weeks
vacation. He Is attending the State
Fair at Columbus this week.
Mrs Belle Fenner, of Norfolk, Va.,
Is visiting In the homes of Mr. and
Mrs. W. II. Walker and Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. George Cole, of Seymour. Ind.,
who spent the summer with Mr. and
Mrs. E. H. McClure, has gone to Mon
tana for the winter.
Miss Ona Cooper, of East Liverpool,
arrived here Sunday. She will be em
ployed as trimmer this season for Miss
Ruth Kent, at the Ron Ton.
Mrs. Will Collett has returned to her
home in Dayton, after a two weeks
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Lora Underwood entertained
with a 500 party Thursday evening in
honor of Miss Clara McMeekln, of
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Moorhead and
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Langley returned
Mcnday from a weeks stay at Sulphur
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Watts, of Grand
Junction, Io., after a week's visit with
relatives at Marshall and here, re
turned home Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Baskln and son, Roland,
of Cleveland, after a short visit with
friends and relatives here and near
Belfast, returned home Saturday.
Miss Ruth Cole, who has been spend
ing the summer with Mr. and Mrs. E.
H. McClure, left Sunday for a visit
with friends lmSeymour, Ind.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Roush and
daughter, Miss Josephine, spent Sun
day at Beaver's Mills, the guests of C.
A. Reaver and family.
Rev. B. F. Smith is entertaining
his father, Rev. Smith, of Mound
City, Va. Rev. Smith filled the pul
pit at the Christian Church Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Farls and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Jenninjjs spent
Monday at the home of Frank Foubt,
Rev. Fr. John Burke, of St. Martins,
has been appointed priest of St. Mary's
Catholic church, succeeding Rev. Fr.
McLeigh, who has gone to Ireland.
Among those from this county who
are attending the State Fair are W.
E. Calvert, O L Vance C. C. Winkle,
Philip Hughes and W. E. Borden.
Miss Alice Hussey, who has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Ernest Schu
macher, went to Columbia, Pa., Mon
day, where she will teach school.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fairley were
tbe guests of their daughter, Mrs.
Donald Purdy, In Madtsonvllle, Sun
day. Mrs. Aflle Chaney, of Westboro, who
has been visiting her daughter, Mrs.
W. C. Duckwall, went to Highland
Saturday to visit her son.
Miss Ladora Ream returned home
Sunday from vlslMng her sister, Mrs.
I. H. Anderson, at Windsor. Mrs.
Anderson is sick.
Mrs. George Clark and daughter,
Oaryl,returned home from Portsmouth
Monday, where they had been visiting
for a week.
Mrs. O. E Stanforth and daughter,
Margaret, left Tuesday for a week's
visit with Prof, and Mrs. Peabody, at
3fall an6 Wimter
Friday, September 4, 1914
YOUR INSPECTION IS CORDIALLY INVITED
OPERA HOUSE BLOCK
MlssCallle McLaughlln.of ColumbuB
Wholesale House, Is head maker at
Josephine Roush's Millinery Store
Mr. Addison and Mr. Moore, of the
State Bureau of Accounting, are here
examining the books of the clerks and
treasurers of all townships and school
Mrs Louise R. Denver, widow of Gov.
J. W Denver, once governor or Colo
rado, and mother of former Congress
man M. R. Denver, died at her home
In Wilmington early Sunday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Campbell and
daughter, Ollve.and Miss Lydla Parkes
motored to Manchester Sunday and
spent the day with Mrs. Truman
The Queen Esther Circle met at the
home of Miss Elizabeth Cunningham
and Opal Burton on Monday night.
Refreshments of Ice cream and cake
Mrs. James Elliott and grandson,
Forest Gough, of French, N. M., were
the guests of the former's son, Ernest,
a few days last week. They went to
Springfield Monday to visit relatives.
The Ladles Aid Society of Dallas
Christian church will give an Ice
Cream social at the school house, Sat
urday night, Sept. 3. Everybody Is
A representative of a Cincinnati firm
was in this city last Thursday examin
ing the plans and specifications for the
construction of the three State High
way roads to be built in this county
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cox, who have
been spending the summer with the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Charles, left Wednesday for Howe,
Ind., where they are employed In the
Howe Military Institute.
Prof, and Mrs. Fay McMullen, who
have been spending the summer with
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John McMullen, and the latter's moth
er, Mrs. Charles Harsha, returned to
their home In Columbiana, Saturday.
Rev. Wilhite will preach at the M.
E. Church next Monday night. He
will be in town Monday enroute to
Wichita, Kas., where he and Prof.
Shaul will hold a great meeting. A
large crowd is expected to hear him.
Andy Fox and J. E. Utman went to
Louisville, Ky., Sunday to attend the
National Encampment of United Span
ish War Veterans. The former was
delegate and the latter alternate from
Bernlce Davis, aged one year and
eight months, died at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis,
on W. South street Sunday morning
at 4 o'clock. Death resulted from
cholera Infantum. Funeral was held
at the house Monday afternoon at 1
o'clock, burial In Hillsboro cemetery.
An all day meeting will be held at
the New Market Presbyterian church
Sunday, Sept. G. The morning service
will consist of a special Children's
sermon by Rev. Kerr, followed by a
basket dinner In the church grove. In
the afternoon there will be an out-door
O. E. Rally and Home Coming of ab
sent members. You are Invited to
:WILL BE READY;
JOHN W. VOGEL,
THE MINSTREL KING.
John W. Vogel's Big City Minstrels
Is said to be the most conspicuous or
ganization traveling, presenting a
long and varied program, teeming with
crisp bon-mots, witty lllngs, and new
magnetic features, up-to date, up to
demand, and up to every expectation,
giving equally excellent enjojmentto
everybody. This company of merry
makers will appear a; Bell's Opera
House on Saturday, St pt. 5, and as
Manager Vogel has alv ays given the
minstrel-loving public i high class en
tertalnment, the he use shonld be
Wilbur McClure spent Saturday and
Sunday with the Boy Scouts at Ripley.
Mr. and Mrs. James Richards, of
Sablna, spent Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. Burch Klber.
Phaeton Seat Buggy
It is light and graceful with snappy lines. Ex
actly right for the young man. Very few manufac
turers have discovered the art of eliminating "clum
siness" from their Phaeton Seat Buggies.
We use the Ton Don Axle with case-hardened
steel spindles they cannot be scratched with the
sharpest file. The boxes are lined with phosphor
bronze like your electric motor or cream separator.
We have a farge stock and can supply youjtoday.
The M. F. Carroll & Sons Go,
a car Michi
gan rye, and the price
is 95c per bu.
Living; Thing On
Free ; a 500 page book on the treat
ment and care of "Every Living Thing
on the Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs,
sheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
phreys' Vetlnary Specifics ; also a sta
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
up. Free by mall on application. Ad:
dress Humphreys Homeo Med. Co.,
Corner Williams & Ann Sts.,N.Y. adv
John Pfarr will clean and press and
mend that suit until it will look u
good as new. 1 also do dry cleaning.
Give me a call Brunner's Shoo