THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, J 914.
Lewis Losey Is spending a few days
with his parents near Willettsvllle.
Mrs. Cora Powell spent last week at
Fred Stanforth and wife spent Sun
day at the Serpent Mound.
Ted Utraan and son, Charles, spent
Sunday at Coney Island.
L, B. Banks and family spent Sun
day with relatlvos. In Greenfield.
Miss Madge Utman went to Cleve
land Thursday for a visit wjth friends.
Fred Carlisle went to Worcester,
Mass., Wednesday to attend college.
Mrs. Miller, of Norwood, Is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. John Link.
Mrs. Otto Grllllth and daughter,
Margene, spent Sunday In Cincinnati.
John West was a visitor in Cincin
nati, last Friday.
James Puckett spent several days
last week with friends at Sardinia.
Z. G. Krlticos was a business visitor
in Cincinnati, Friday.
Arthur Roush, of Greenfield, was
the guest of relatives here, Sunday.
Miss Margaret Meyers went to Wll
mlngton Monday to attend college.
John Gains, of Norwood, was the
guest of relatives here from Saturday
Hon. E. N. Hugglns, of Columbus,
was the guest of Ills brother, J udge
II. M. Hugglns, Sunday.
Mrs. Charles H. Goodale, of Indian
apolis, lnd., is visiting W. U. Cowman
Rev. John noward and wife were
entertained by Frank Hogsett and
Walter Head, Aaron Spargur and
Ovid Lowe, of Greenfield, spent Sun
day with friends here.
William R. Maroney went to Colum
bus Sunday morning, where he will
enter Bliss Business College.
Msss Margaret Ellifritz is the guest
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
Ellifritz, at Elkhart, lnd.
Miss Thelma Dunn, of Pittsburg,
Pa., is the guest of her cousin, Miss
Miss Helen Ogden, of Wilmington
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Miss Elite Rogers went to Hutchin
son, Kan., Friday, where she will teach
school again this year.
Rev. B. F. Smith and family were
entertained by W. W. Johnson and
family, west of town, Friday.
Mrs. Etta Vance and son, George, of
Norwood, are spending several days
with Mrs. Catherine Stockwell.
Miss Zetta Rudislll, of Lima, Is here
for a few weeks visit with her parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Rudislll.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fenner enter
tained Thomas Swlngley and family,
of New Vienna, Saturday.
Mrs. David Jolly and children, of
Dayton, are visiting the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Lyle.
Miss Mary Hilton, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. L. R. Hilton.
Hon. Lyle M. Sandles, of Columbus,
was the guest of Miss Bessie Benning
ton, over Sunday.
R. O. Davles went to Cincinnati
Tuesday on business, which will take
two or three days.
Prof. Arthur Edglngton went to
Adams County Mineral Springs Mon
day to spend the week.
Miss Margaret Shields entertained
a number of her friends with a de
lightful dinner Thursday gvenlng.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry VanPelt, of
Piqua, were the guests of the former's
brother, S. P. VanPelt, Sunday.
Will Stltes, of Henderson, Ky., vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Spargur Sun
day and Monday.
Miss Susie Berg, of New York City,
is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Roscoe Walker and wife, of Nor
wood, spent Sunnay with C. P. Wal
ker and family,
O. N. Winkle.Iwlfeandson, Millard,
spent Sunday with D. C. Winkle and
wife, near Union.
Miss Mary Landess has gone to Lan
oaster, where she will be employed as
tlmmer In a millinery store, this sea
son. Miss Helen and William Barrett, of
Columbus, spent from Saturday until
Monday with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. N. R. Barrett.
James Conwell and G. E. Kesler and
son, Elton, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Conwell in Washington, C
II. Their wives, who had been visit
lng there returned home with them.
Miss Kate Beeson Is 111 at her home
on Johnson street.
J John Huffenberger Is visiting rela
tives In Cincinnati.
Ed Ulnton, of Columbus, visited
friends here Sunday
George Vance, or Norwood, Is the
guest of Flod Turner.
J. Ed. Shannon and family spent
Sunday with relatives at 'Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Johnson
spent Sunday with friends in Ripley.
G. E. Tedrlck, of Prlcetown, spent
Monday with C. C. Roush and family.
Wm. Marooney left Suuday for Col
umbus to enter Bliss Business Col
Mrs. Kate Doorley went to Cincin
nati Monday to attend the wedding of
Miss Jessie Thornbur Is spending
her two weeks vacation visiting friends
Earl Gruver and family moved to
their new residence on West South
Miss Mary Edwards, of Carey town
is employed thts season at the Trop
Glenn Kesler, of Sinking Spring,
spent from Saturday until Monday
with friends here.
Miss Nelle Jolly, of Dayton, Is spend
ing a few dajs with her grandmother,
Mrs. Russell Muntz.
James Maddox and nephew, Harold
Welsh of Cincinnati, are visiting II.
H. Maddox and wife.
Matthew Carey liab returned to Col
umbus to resume his studies at the
Bliss Business College.
Mrs. Robert Walthall and daughter
Miss Pauline, of Zileski, are the guests
of Dr. Howard and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. James Hagerman, of
New Vienna, spent Sunday with Mrs
M. F. Carroll and family.
Frank Robinson and wife are re
joicing over the arrival of a ten pound
daughter born last Friday.
Mrs. Anna McClellan and daughter,
of Fayettevllle, were the guests of V.
E. Morgan and family, Sunday.
George Hindman, of Detroit, Mich.,
Is spending his vacation with his par
ents, David Hindman and wife.
Mrs Smith and daughter, Miss
Anna, have moved from Boston to the
VanZandt property on East street.
Robert L. Jolly and wife, of Nor.
word, spent Sunday and Monday with
the latter's mother, Mrs. R. B. Muntz,
The members of the Y. P. S. C. E.
of the United Brethren Church had a
hay ride Monday night going to Pike
George Pugh and wife entertained
Elza Roush and wife and Elza Wilkin
and wife, of Falrview, Saturday and
Miss Dorothy Daly, of Bainbrldgr,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs
Theodore Perln, returned home on
Mrs. Frank Durnell and son, Don
ald, went to Columbus Tuesday where
the latter sill attend Ohio State
Mrs. Lillian Fenner and sons, Carl
and Russell, are spending the week
with Burch Fenner and wife near
Judge Cyrus Newby returned Satur
day from a visit with his daughter,
Mrs. Beverly DeVault, In Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plymel, of Galli
polls, who has been visiting Frank
Hill and wife the past week, returned
J. W. Campbell and family moved
last week to their property on East
Walnut street recently purchased of
Mrs. Wilkin Woodrow.
Ernest Elliott left Tuesday for Cin
cinnati to attend the Photographers
School which opened Tuesday and will
continue until Friday.
Mrs. Will Wagner, of Loveland.
spent from Friday until Monday with
her brother, Don McLaughlin and
wife and Leslie Zlnk and wife.
Mrs. Wm Kent, II. A. Kent and
Misses Ruth and Lena Kent and Ona
Cooper were the guestB of Ben Kent
and family, at Leesburg, Sunday.
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from the proprietor,
Lyinaa Brown. C 8 Murray St. New York CBy.
MIS9 Ruth Kent was shopping in
Mrs. Elmer Oden Is the guest cf
relatives In Cincinnati.
Byron Rogers Is the guest of his
uncie, J W. Rogers, at Mineral
Mrs. M.irgaret Ellon and daughter,
Miss Adda, are spendlngthe week with
Chas. Langley, wife and daughter,
Lucille, spent Sunday with friends
Owen Roush aud family, of Dan.
vllle, and O. P. Haggeriy and family
spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Escoe
Warner Ells, of New York City, was
the guest of his sister, Mrs. James
Evans, from Friday until Sunday
Dr. Earl R Slutz went to Toledo
Monday to attend the annual confer
ence of the Methodist Church for
Miss Cecil Stratton entertained a
number of her friends on Wednesday
evening at the home of her parents,
east of town.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holmes have
returned from Detroit, Mich., where
they attended the National Encamp
ment of the G. A. R.
Mrs. Rachel West has returned
home, after an extended visit with
her daughter, Mrs. Fred Illbben and
family, of Cleveland.
Harry Day, of Dayton, and Joseph
Day, of Wllllamsport, Pa , were called
here last week by the death of their
mother, Mrs. Louise Day.
Misses Katherlne and Mai gar et
Linn have returned from a three
months visit with their sister, Mrs.
George Seeloy, at Oxford, Mich.
Harley Tannehlil and son, Carl, of
Ft. Wayne, lnd., arrived Tuesday
night for a weeks visit with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Tannehlil.
Mrs. Roy Rogers gave a very enjoy
able children's party Tuesday after
noon, the occasion being the birthday
of her young daughter, Miss Helen.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dufley, of
Needles, Cal., were the guests of their
son, Charles, a few days the first of
Mrs. Fred Creamer returned to her
home In Washington C. II. Monday,
after a few days visit with her mother,
Mrs. Stephen Hlckle.
Miss Ellen Steele, who has been
spending the summer at Seatag Camp
In the Adlrondacks, returned home
Jlon. and Mrs. J. J. Pugsley returned
Thursday from York Harbor, Me.,
where they had been spending the
Mrs. Hugh Ellifritz returned to her
home in Elkhart, lnd., Sunday, after
a several weeks visit with her mother,
Mrs. Ad. Koch.
Miss Mary Gahan, of St. Bernard,
was a guest at the home of her uncle,
John Madden, from Saturday until
Mrs. Ira Davis and son, Gerald, of
Russelville, who have been spending
several days with the former's father,
J. W. Haggerty, returned home Fri
Miss Mary Hussey, after a short visit
with her sister, Mrs. E. W. Schu
macher, returned Saturday to Cleve
lan', where she Is teaching in the
Henry Strain, who has been spend
ing the summer In Illinois Is visiting
his parents, Mr aud Mrs Al Strain
He will return to OliH Sute Unlver
slty the first of next week.
Miss Elizabeth McConnaughey gave
a very delightful party Wednesday
afternoon for Misses Mildred Morgan,
Marjorle Wilson and Zella Miller, who
leave shortly to attend college.
Miss Mary Kinney Reed gave a very
pleasant dinner party Tuesday evening
for a number of her young friends.
She will also have a dinner party
Mrs. Alphonso Hart, of Washington,
D. O, who has been spending the sum
mer with her daughter, Mrs. J. W
Evans, and other relatives and friends
here, returned Home Monday.
Miss Addle Skeen, of Middletown,
has returned home, after a two weeks
visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary
Skeen, and other relatives. MissMyrle
Skeen, of Millwood accompanied her.
Mr. and Mrs. A, B. McClure and
son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Will But
terworth and Mr. and Mrs. Ray
Lovell, of Columbus, were the guests
of Mr. McOlure's sister, Mrs. P. B.
Zlnk Sunday. They had made the
trip by motor and had visited the
Caves and Serpent Mound. It was
the first trip of Mr. and Mrs. Butter
worth and Mr. and Mrs. Lovell to
this county and they were enthusias
tic over its rnauy beauties.
Miss Catherine Mclntyre returned
to her home In Cincinnati Monday.
after a several weeks visit with rela
Mrs. J W. Yeakle'and daughter,
accompanied by Miss Edith Bennlng
ton, will return to their home In
Bloomlngton, III., after an extended
visit with relatives ond friends here.
Mrs. Mary Smith and daughter,
Miss Mayme, have returned to ihelr
home at Cincinnati, after an extended
visit with Frank Zane and sister, Miss
Miss Elizabeth Rldgeway is spend
ing a few weeks with her sisters, Mrs.
Chas. Gilbert and Mrs. Win. Collett,
of Dayton, and Mrs. Frank Plymel, of
Mrs. Henry Brown and daughter,
Miss Lida, of Chicago, are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Mlko Brown for a few
days. They spent the past week at
Robert Anderson, of California, wh
Is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs.
A. L. Anderson, and his sister, Miss
Mary, are spending the week with W.
H. Jury and family near Greenfield.
Dr and Mrs. V. B. McConnaughey
and Dr. and Mrs Roy S. Rogers spent
Sunday at Adams County Mineral
Spllngs. George McConnaughey, who
has been there visiting D wight Rogers,
returned home with them.
Sixty three horses were sold at the
stocksale Saturday. Forty went to
Cincinnati buyers and the balanco to
Washington, C. II. and Dayton. Prices
ranged from $75 to $125, considerably
lower than for several months.
Read the "Million Dollar Mysterj",
the opening chapters of which will be
found In this Issue. It Is the story of
the great moving picture which Is be
ing shown each Thursday night at
Mrs. Emma Barrett, who has bten
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Har
old Eastman, at Hill City, Minn., re
turned homeThursday. Mrs. Eastman
and little daughter accompanied her.
and will remain for a few weeks visit
Mis. Ervln and daughter, Miss
Denna, of Jeflersonville, and Dr. A.
E. Ervln and wife and two children,
Dorothy and Starling, of New Hol
land, were the guests of Mrs. Ervln's
aunt, Miss Nannie E. Buntaln, at
Floral Home, Thursday and Friday.
D. S. Hays, Democrat, and W. C.
Cowman, Republican, were appointed
by Judge J. B. Worley, Monday to ex
amine the county treasury. They be
gan work on Tuesday and made their
report Wednesday. Everything was
founci in good shape.
Dr. Loy Hoyt, of Chllllcothe, and
Miss Madallne White, of Wlnchenden
Springs, Mass., will be married at the
home of the bride on next Monday.
Dr. Hoyt is a nephew of Dr William
Hoyt, of this place, and has frequently
Mr. and Mrs. John M. McMullen
are spending this week at Adams
County Mineral Springs. The many
friends of Mr. McMullen will be
pleased to learn that he Is rapidly re
gaining his strength, after his serious
attack of appendicitis.
N. E. Chaney and Miss Elsse Hall,
both of this place, were married in
Cleveland, Aug. 22. Announcement
of their marriage was kept a secret
until last week. Mr. Chaney is pro
prietor of the Orpheum Theater. Mrs.
Chaney has been the pianist at that
popular theater for several years.
L'lle Carey was in Cincinnati on
Tuesday. While there he purchased
a new Silver Flesh Minarolde Screen
for the Forum Theater He has also
put In a new seml-indlrect lighting
svstem which Is one of the best light
ing systems for moving picture shows.
Tyre N. Shelton last week purchased
a farm of 151 acres four miles out of
town on the Ralnsboro pike of Ed.
Dines and John W. Evans. Mr. Shel
ton will stay In town this winter, but
expects to build a big barn this fall
and a house next spring, after which
he will move his family to the farm.
Major R. A. Haynes will go to Tole
do this morning to attend the remain
ing services of the Methodist Confer
ence ne Is a lay delegate from the
Hlllsboro church and will deliver an
address before the Lay Body of the
conference on Friday morning. His
subject Is "The Duty of the Family
to Society." Dr. W. H. McAdow, of
Lynchburg.'.wlll preside at tills meet
ing. State of Ohio, olty of Toledo. I,
Lucas County. f '
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho !i
senior partner of tho Arm of F. J. Chenej
& Co., doing business in the City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that eald Arm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery case of Catarrh that cannot he cured
by the USO of HALL'S CATARRH CURE
FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before mo and subscribed It
my presencflu this 6th day of December
A. D. 1886. .
(Seal) A. W. GLEASON,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken lnternalli
And acts directly upon the blood and mu
com surfaces of tho system. Send fo'
-, K. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c
Take Hall's Family rata tor constipation.
STICKTOTHE fpUm THAT ST,CKS
SHW Where Quality Counts WITH YOU
A Theatre with a Reputation for good Shows.
THURSDAY, SEPT, 10.
"The Million Dollar Mystery"
Episode No 2
Don't let It be said that you
missed this. Appearing Every
FRIDAY, SEPT.' 11,
Hearst Seltg Weekly No 40
News from all over the wjrld.
"The Hour of Danger"
Irene Boyle Robert Ellis
Marguret Gibson Albert Vos
burg SATURDAY, SEPT. 12.
Special Two Part Drama.
Richard Travers Gerda Holmes
"The Bear Facts"
Bobby ConnellyTeft John
son. Great feature for the children.
The latest and most attractive styles in Hats and
Millinery will be shown at our
Friday and Saturday, September 11 and 12
SMART TAILORED HATS
The Newest Toque Turbln Bicorn, Trlcorns and Sailors In
many smartly trimmed ellects.
The most complete line and best value obtainable anywhere.
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND.
The Bon Ton
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 you today.
The M. F. Carroll & Sons Co.
Sunday, Sept. 13.
FAIR GROUNDS 2:45 P, M.
This is one you can't afford to
miss. Usual prices.
MONDAY, SEPT. 14.
"Love, The Clairvoyant"
Mary CharlosonMaurlce Cos
tello. "The Moonstone of Fez"
Maurice Costello Constance
Talmage This is Maurice Cos
TUESDAY, SEPT. 15.
"His Wife and His Work"
Two Part Vltagraph Feature.
Francis UusWman Beverly
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16.
No. 11 of Dolly Series, Mary
"The Right to Happiness"
"Sophie Finds a Hero"
Margaret Joslln Victor Potel
A car just received at
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gossett went
down to the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Elsie Duvall, near Dodsonvllle,
for a visit the early part of last week.
Soon after their arrival Mrs. Gossett
suffered a severe attack of sciatic
rheumatism and will not be able to
return to her home for some time.
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