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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912.
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Entered at Postotllce. Hlllsboro, Ohio,
as second class matter.
Will bo Made Known on Application
Attain we are called upon to wrlto
the obituary of a true friend and
Charles Edward Harris was born
March 10, 1817, died April 17, 1012,
aged 05 years, 1 month and 7 days.
His entire life was spent In this
neighborhood, raised upon this farm
and educated in the common schools
of his district.
At the age of 17, In the dark days of
our country's peril, he enlisted In the
service of his country and was one of
her loyal defenders, receiving at the
close of his services an honorable dis
charge. He united with the New Market
Baptist church in the year 1S07 and
-was a faithful and consistent member,
discharging his duties as a true Chris
tian man only can. He had been one
of the chosen deacons of the church
since thu year 1809.
Ho was Joined In marriage with
Mary Ellen Uayless, of Winchester,
October 20, 1800. To this union four
children were born Mrs. Mattle Brew
or, Mrs. Eva Shoemaker, Homer L. and
Miss Clara and ten grandchildren, who
with the mother, one brother and one
sister mourn the loss of a devoted
husband and father.
As a neighbor and a friend the com
munity has lost one of Its best citizens.
No night was too dark or a day too
stormy or cold that Charles E. Harris
was not ready and willing to lend a
"helping hand. He was a member of
the .John M. Barrere Post G. A. R.,
and was held In high esteem by that
body. He has answered the last roll
call, taps have sounded, lights out,
!The Soldier Is at rest.
Thy warfare o're "
T. R. V.
UAl(I) OK THANKS.
Wc desire to thank our neighbors
and friends for their kindness to us
during the sickness and death of our
husband and father. Also to the G
A. R. for their beautiful and Impres
sive service at the grave of our loved
one Mrs. Charles E. Harris and
U. B. Church.
"Sunday School at 9 a. m.
Preaching service at 10:30: subject,
"The Man of Prophesy."
There will be no service In the
evening on account of the Baccalau
Teate sermon at the Presbyterian
J. P. Elton and John A. Patterson,
of the O. S. & S. O. Home at Xenia,
came home Monday to vote at the pri
mary on Tuesday.
May 20, 1912.
Ethel M. Smith has accepted a posi
tion in the studio of E. P. Miller, at
The little son of J W. Humphrey
died and was burled Tuesday.
Henry Smalleyand Norman Swayno
have returned from Georgia and have
decided Ohio Is far ahead of the South
John McMillan is doing tine work in
the blacksmith shop he recently pur
chased of Ed Smith.
Win. Butler and family, of North
Dakota, have moved back on their
farm and are recuperating from the
May 20, 1912.
.1. L. Walker and wife and daugh
ter, Bernlce, of Cedar Crest, visited
at the home of I. W. Beets, last Sun
day. C. B. Hopkins and wife and child
ren, of Leesburg, were guests of Win.
Reno and family last Sunday.
James Trout and daughter, Eca,
of Berryvllle, attended church here
J. W. Grllllth and wife and child
visited his parents, J. M. Grllllth and
wife at Harrisburg. Sunday.
Miss Mattle Grllllth, of Sprlngtlcld,
Is visiting relatives and friends near
Harrisburg, this week.
Miss Ora Shaw, of Mlddletown,
spent her vacation under the parent
al roof at Dead Fall, last week.
George Hopkins and son, Jerry,
visited his brother, C. C. Hopkins and
family, of Belfast, last Friday.
mam m ...- . .
May 20, 1912.
Mrs. Samuel Ross and daughter,
Anna May, were guests of Hlllsboro
friends over Sunday.
Mrs. Louisa Thompson spent Sat
urday evening with Mrs. Charley Fox.
Walter Hates and wife were busi
ness callers In Hlllsboro one day last
Will Keelor, of Carmel, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Thomas nol
laday and family.
Nelle Roads, of Maderla, spent Sun
day afternoon with Mary Ross.
Mrs. Lizzie Brown and son, Glenn,
are visiting relatives and friends at
Cuba and Wilmington for a few days.
Glenn Brown visited John Holladay
on Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitehead left
Saturday for Davenport, Io., whero
Mrs. Whitehead will visit her mother.
Mr. Whitehead will go from Davenport
for an extended trip through the South
Ervhi & Ervln have sold three auto
mobiles In the past week. John M.
McMullcn has purchased a Flanders,
roadster ; Dr. W. W. Glenn an E. M.
F. touring car and Carey McCoy, an
E. M. F. touring car.
Mrs. L. H. Dill and Miss May Cum
mlngs returned Thursday from a visit
to Washington City, Princeton, N. J.,
and New York City. At Princeton
they attended the Installation of Dr.
John Grler Hlbben as president of
May 20, 1012.
Mrs. Amanda Pulllam and Charley
Barlow spent Saturday with her sis
ter, Mrs. Elma ShalTer.
' Miss Mary Barr visited hor cousins,
Misses Mary and Lizzie McLaughlin,
John Fenwlck and wife and son, of
Mowrystown, and John Workman and
wife were guests of M. M. Workman
and family Sunday.
Preparations are bolng mado to have
a nice time at this place Decoration
Day. In the afternoon Rev. Kllse, of
Hlllsboro, will deliver the address and
the music has not been decided on.
Miss Dortha Hartman spent tlio
past week with Willie Turner and
Irvln Shaffer and family enjoyed
Sunday with Charley Shatter and
John Bennington and family visited
John Bennington, Sr and wife at
O. B. Pulllam and Dwlght Gossett
spent Saturday and Sunday In Cin
cinnati visiting their cousin, Bert
Pulllam and family.
Ira and Wilbur Fawley received
word Saturday that their mother,
Mrs. Charley Fawley, of Marathon,
had run a pitchfork through her
hand and was sullerlng very much
from the wound.
Quite a number of Miss Noll Ward
ow's friends reminded her on last
Wednesday evening that she had
reached another milestone in life.
The evening was spent in playing
games until a late hour, after which
all departed for their respective homes
wishing Miss Nell many more happy
P. II. Shaffer and wife and son,
Harlle, spent Sunday afternoon with
J. A. Young and family.
Miss Ruth Foust spent Friday night
and Saturday with Orland Gossett
and family and Mlnott Pullla'c ,iu
family at East Danville.
If any one wishes to see a tine gar
den just call on George Ted rick. He
made his garden in March and people
laughed at him, but George now has
the laugh on them.
Frank Glbler and family entertain
ed a number of their friends Friday
Aunt Nancy Cochran entertained
her children one day last week.
Perry Fawley and family spent
Sunday with H. C. Roush and family.
Mlnott Pulllam and family and Or
land Gossett, of East Danville, and
Frank Foust and wife were guests of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Gos
Miss Grace Smith spent Sunday
with her cousin, Miss Isma Farlsfof
For a vtodJ smoke try "Golde
Band," King of all 5c Cigar.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hlxson, formerly
of this place, have removed from St.
Louis to Philadelphia. Mr. Hlxson
has been In the employ of the Simmons-Hardware
Cb., at St. Louis for
many years. Thl&company has open
od a large branch' house at Philadel
phia and Mr. Hlxson has an Important
position in the new store.
'v " i" i' i- inVII
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Make the Boy Happy
By getting him one of these Go
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May 20, ll)12t.
"Miss Nellie Garman visited frlends
in Greenfield several days last week.
Henry W. SparRwr and wlfo,. of
Balnbrrdgo, spent Sunday here the
guests of Ellsha Beaver and wife.
Miss Alma Keelor, of Carmel, was
bho gues t of her aunt, Miss Aiina
Keelor, at the Home Telephone Ex
change last week.
B. P. Carter and F. A. Cameron
wenS to ChUllcothfrlast week to hear
Mrs. Gilbert Hodge lias heen visit
ing friends in Adams county the past
Mrs, J. A. Beaver and children were
guests of her mother at Balnbridgo,
A. G. Cameron was a business visi
tor at Cincinnati part of last week.
Isma T. Roads and family and Ora.
Carman motored to Balnbridgo last
Wednesday night and attended com
mencement. Mr. Road's nleco, Miss.
Bessie Brown, was among the grad
uates. Carey Holladay was tho guest of his
brothersnear Blanchostorfrora Fri
day until Sunday.
Miss Lueille Spargur has been vis
iting friends in Balnbrldge tho past
Quito a number of our young peo
ple attonded commencement at Bain
bridge last Wednesday night.
John M. Turley, tho genial clerk in
Cameron's store, was oil duty last,
week on account of sickness.
Mrs. W. E. Shiver, Miss Josle Spar
gur and W. T. nedgo and wife at
tended the County S. S. Convention
held at Frospecb last Saturday and
brought home flowing accounts of
the interesting meeting and the gen
erous hospitality which they received.
The aid society held their anniver
sary meeting and annual election at
the M. E. Parsonage last Thursday
afternoon. After a delightful pro
gram and election of olHcers dainty
refreshments were served and taken
alt.gether it mado an afternoon long
to be remembered. The olllcers for
tho coming year are President, Mrs.
Mary Roads 5 Vice Presidents, Mrs.
Ella Garrett and Mrs. W. T. Hodge 5
Treasurer, Mrs. Laura Harrington ;
Secretaries, Mrs. Jessie McCopptn and
Mrs. Merle Waddell.
Aluminum Ware is the coming cook
ing ware. You should buy a piece or
two at Stabler's, and soo for yourself
how good It Is.
50 per cent
off on all trimmed and untrimmed
Hats, Flowers, Ribbons, Silks
and all Millinery Novelties at
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