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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, October 08, 1914, Image 5

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Mrs Joseph List, of Sardinia, Is a Mr. and Mrs. David Reece, of Cln
guest In the homo of her son, Joseph, ctnnatl, are spending this week with
.... tha former's brother, James, and sis
Bert Carroll spent several days last Mgs E,eti
week In Cincinnati. .
' J John Iloirsett, of New London, ar
Bert Brown, or uincinnau, iww ..,,, .. T 11Bsdav for a vlst with
' his uncle. Frank Hogsett, and rela-
Mrs. A. M. Brown, Sunday.
You can geUertillzer any time at ' tlves at Marshall.
.HHlsDOrouarawareuo. wiv ywi Mrs clarenC8 Nlcktson
Mrs. H. L. Wiggins Rave a very en
joyable party Tuesday afternoon.
Mrs. J. W. Le Grande, of Lynchburg,
Va., Is the guest of Mrs. John L.
Mr. and Mrs J. A. Head ana children
spent Sunday In Greenfield, the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Penn.
Mr. and Mrs. Rurch Rlber, who have
been visiting the latter's parents In
Sablna, have returned home.
Mrs. J. C. Larkln entertained with
a bridge party for the guests of Mrs.
J. O. Spargur, Tuesday evenlrjg.
Henry L. Wiggins Is attending the
Grand Circuit Races In Lexlngtom
Mr. and Mrs Albert Williams and
children have moved from near Folsom
to their property on Muntz street.
Miss May Cummlngs gave a dinner,
followed by bridge, for Mrs. Schlaepfer
add Miss Bankln on Saturday evening.
Mr Charles Packham has returned
to her home In St. Louis, Mo , after a
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Will Rodes.
very pleas
antly entertained a company of young
1 ladles with a card party Thursday
afternoon. Five hundred was played.
John Squler and
raond, of Greenfield
with friends here.
Herbert Ham
spent Sunday
Fifty horses were sold at Saturday's
stock sale. The prices ranged from
$50 to 8150.
Mrs. Lillian Watts Hettler, of Des
Moines, la , Is the guest of her uncle,
Judge T. M. Watts.
Mrs. Will Hugglns and son, Clif
ford, left Monday for Pittsburg, Pa.,
to visit relatives.
Allen T. Pence, of Shackelton, spent
Wednesday and Thursday In Cincin
nati at the Automobile Snow.
The ladles of the Methodist church
will give a chicken dinner at the
church Tuesday evening, Oct. 20.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Teter are attend
ing the Automobile Show in Cincinnati
Nelson Sparks, of Chicago, was a
guest In the home of Mrs. James W.
Smith Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. L. B. Boyd returned Thursday
from a visit with her 'daughter, Mrs.
Ralph Mitchell, in Cleveland.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Wilson, of Pleasant street
one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Ambrose are
visiting the former's sister, Mrs. Bax
ter Cunningham, in Portsmouth.
Miss Frances Detwiler attended the
state meeting of public librarians at
Dayton this week.
Miss Alice Trimble and Mrs. Rodney
Trimble, of New Vienna, visited
friends here Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. J. V7. Campbell and daughter
returned Monday from a visit with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D.
Kelly, at Elmville.
Mrs. Charles W. Scott gave a lunch
eon for Mrs. Schlaepfer and Miss Ran
kin, who are guests of Mrs. John C.
Mrs. Willis Herbert Post, of Battle
Creek, Mich., will arrive here the first
of next week for a visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Blair M. Boyd.
Mrs. Y. E. Morgan had as her guests
Sunday Mrs. Dufley and daughter, of
Springfield, and Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Coffey, of Washington C. H.
Mrs. T. H. Sawhlll, of Claysvllle,
Pa., returned home Mpnday, after a
visit with her daughter, Mrs. B. F.
Prof, and Mrs C. 0. Patterson and
daughter and Prof, and Mrs. W. H.
Vance were the guests of Prof. Patter
son's mother, at Jamestown, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Anderson and
daughter, Miss Margaret, of Lebanon,
who have been visiting relatives and
friends in Hillsboro and Ralnsboro re
turned home Tuesday.
Arval Storer, of Adams county, and
Miss Nellie Parr, of near Fairfax,
ware united in marriage at the Pro
bate Court Wednesday morning, Dr.
Earl R. Slutz olllctating.
Mrs. Elizabeth Oaylor, of Stockton,
Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Ephrlam
Worthlngton and William Anders, of
Fayette county, were the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Will Thomas, Sunday.
Delbert Mershon, of New Peters
burg, and Miss Goldle Frost, of Green
field, were married In the Propate
Judge's ofllce Tuesday afternoon, Rev.
W. H. Shields officiating.
If you are interested In the Million
Dollar Mystery you should read the
story as It is published In the Tiik
News-Herald before seeing the
pictures at the Orpheum Thursday
night. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hlestand left
Tuesday to attend the National Mis
sionary Convention of the Christian
church at Atlanta, Ga. They will also
visit relatives at Chattanooga, Tenn.,
while away.
Mrs. Benham and Mrs. James Stew
art and son, who have been visiting
the former's sister, Miss Eva Richards,
and other relatives here, left Wednes
day for their home In Los Angeles,
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Hoyt will
leave Friday for a visit with the form
er's sister. Mrs. John Myers, at Wil-
llamsport. Before returning home
they will attend the Grand Conclave
of Knight Templars in Columbus
next week.
Misses Gertrude and Edlth.Gardner,
of Washington 0. H., were the guests
of Mrs. Marie T. Jones and Miss Mar
garet Chaney Thursday and Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemon and
daughter were t.ie guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ellsworth Wilkin near Danville
Joseph List went to Youngstown
Monday to attend the Grand Chapter
and Grand Council of the Masonic
The regular monthly meeting of the
Hillsboro Business Men's Association
was held Friday night. Only routine
business was transacted.
Mrs. 0. C. Patt'on and daughter,
Miss Edith, returned to their home in
Chilllcothe, Mo., Monday, after an ex
tended visit with the former's moth
er, Mrs. S F. Steele.
H, D, Davis, Maurice Masctie H. A.
Haokman and George B. Harris, of
Cleveland, spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs.' Dick Rpckhold. They were on
their way to Lexington, Ky., to attend
the Grand Circuit Races.
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Miss Alice Fallon has secured Miss
Fannie Spills, of Miss Rice's School of
Academy and Art, to conduct a course
in the new dances In Hillsboro. Miss
Spills is a daughter of Prof. Spills the
celebrated dancing master of Cincinnati.
H. D. Waddell, of the State Bureau
of Accounting and Supervision of Pub
lic Offices, and County Clerk Peter W.
Durr, Dr. Schwab and George Deckl
baugh, of Cincinnati, are spending this
week at Mr. Waddell's Chalet on Rocky
L. E. Carey, proprietor of the Forum
moving picture theater, was arrested
Friday for running his theater on the
previous Sunday.. The affidavit was
filed by Marshall Walker. Upon the
promise of Mr. Carey that he would
not run his show on Sunday anymore
the charge against him was dismissed.
A meeting of the subscribers for a
Chautauqua in Hillsboro next summer,
was held at the Court House Saturday
evening. The following committee to
select officers of the association was
appointed : H. P. Morrow, Dr. A. A.
Nellls, George L. Garrett. J. Frank
Wilson and J. W. Evans. The action
of the committee will be reported
through the newspapers.
The escape of Eliza strikes our sym
pathy as no ordinary melodrama ever
can, and the fortunes of Uncle Tom
keep us alert and excited. The pro
duction which Kibble & Martin will
bring to our city will be the same that
has been so favorably received In New
York, Philadelphia, Boston, Chicago,
Pittsburg and large cities. Night
prices 25c, 35o and 50c. Matinee prices
children 10c, adults 25c, any part of
the house. adv
The colored independent voters met
at I. O.O. F. Hall Tuesday night and
adopted the following resolution. The
object of this order Is to lend its in
fluonco any where that will be a bene
fit to the race : President, J. J. Rol
lins j Vice-President, Henry Woods ;
Secretary, Lang Young ; Treasurer,
John W. Johnson ; Executive Board,
Chas. Day, Chairman, Carry Williams,
Pete Lamb, Mose Smith, John Sims,
Ed. Peal and John Evans.
CyrilleJoy, of Vladsloo, Belgium,
was the guest of Dr. H. M. Brown a
few days this week. Mr. Joy aoted as
an interpreter for Dr. Brown while he
was in Belgium buying horses. Vlads
loo is situated in the war zone of Bel
gium and battles have been fought
near Mr. Joy's home. Mr. Joy expects
to make his home in the United
States and will probably locate In
the West.
Hart ScKaffner & Marx and Clothcraft
Clothes offer you distinction in style
THERE'S something more important to con
sider, in buying your clothes, than merely that they're stylish; when you appear
in your new suit you ought to want a certain distinction sometimes it's called
the "classy" look; and that's one of the advantages you'll get when you buy Hart
Schaffner & Marx clothes.
The models are not "flashy;" they're "gentlemen's" clothes; an air of dignity, of
high-toned dress which most men appreciate.
This quality is important; but it doesn't last in clothes unless they're made of the
right materials and properly tailored. Be sure you get that kind.
These Clothes are of all-wool fabrics; perfectly tailored;
special style designing for men
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes $18. $20. $22.50 and $25
Clothcraft Clothes - - - $10. $12.50. $15 and $18.50
'The Store Ahead.
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Coke L. Doster and J. B. Elliott, of
Greenfield, were here on business on
The ladies of the Christian church
will give a supper in the church on
Thursday evening.
Theodore Scandel, of
Cal., is the guest of Mr.
L. Anderson.
Los Angeles,
and Mrs. A.
Senator J. B. Foraker will deliver an
address at the annual reunion of the
2nd O V. I., at Westboro, today.
Mrs. He,nry L. Wiggins will enter
tain a company of ladles with a five
hundred party this evening.
Henry Kent and sister, Miss Ruth
were entertained by Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Medsker, of near Careytown,
Mr. and Mrs. Burch West returned
to their home in Dayton Sunday, after
a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Miss Margaret Patton and Charles
F. Clarke were guests of the latter's
relatives at Flndlay from Saturday
until Monday.
Mrs. J. H. Richards and Mrs. C. S.
Bell went to Indianapolis, Ind., Satur
day to visit Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Miss Marie McMullen returned Mon
day from Sandusky where she attended
the wedding of one of her collego
Vernon Brewer and family have
moved from near Shackelton to the
Charles Swlsshelm property on Elm
Mr. and Mrs. noyt Griffith and
children returned to their home in
Pittsburg Sunday, after an extended
visit with relatives here.
Charles M. Johnson, Charles McCon
naughey, Walter Stevenson, Will Hill
and Mack Groves went to Lexington,
Ky., Sunday, where they will attend
the Grand Circuit Races this week.
They made the trip in Mr, Johnson's
Married at the M. E. parsonage,
October 1, 1914, Rev. Earl R. Slutz,
officiating, Cleve Eyre and Miss Olive
Ladd, both of Leesburg.
John A. Martin was the guest of
relatives at Washington, C. II., and
Greenfield, last week. He is visiting
his daughter, Mrs. Fred Dunnagan,
at Lynch burg, and expects to make
his home with her for the next few
w -M
Dr. E. R. Slutz will preach at the
Clear Creek church Sunday afternoon
at 2:30 p. m.
O. P. Haggerty spent several days
last week visiting In and around Cin
Donald Durnell and Ervln Evans,
who are attending Ohio State Univer
sity, spent Saturday and Sunday at
their homes here.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown and
children, of Hamilton, were guests of
Mrs. Brown's mother, Mrs. Gertrude
WInegardner, over Sunday.
A number of Hillsboro ladles went
to the Point Wednesday to attend a
party, given Dy Miss Lena Scott for
her sister, Mrs. Ogden, of Texas.
The first meeting of the D. A. R.
this fall was held at the home of Mrs.
George B. Beecher Wednesday afternoon.
Foil Sale Ell Hay Baler andNlch
ols and Shepherd Engine, both in good
condition. Apply to Harry Wright,
Marshall, Ohio. (10-15) adv
The convicts on the prison farm at
Jackson, Mich., raised 1500 bushels of
onions, 2500 bushels of parsnips and
2000 bushels of carrots on a total of six
acres this year. -
Several second hand buggies
and runabouts. These '.ehicles
have been overhauled, repainted
and rubber tired. They are prac
tically as good as new. We'need
the room and will sell them at a
low price.'
"Do you suffer from the heat in
summer ?"
"Yes, Indeed; more than in any
other season." Baltimore American,

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