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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY WAY 23, 1912.
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May 20, 1912.
Miss Estella Conard, of Wilmington,
who lias been the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Hugh Evans, the past week, re
turned home Mond.y. Mrs. Evans
accompanied her to spend the day.
The Public Schools, of Highland
closed Friday af ternoon.thls being but
one graduate. Special exercises were
not held, simply the conferlng of di
ploma upon the son of Rev. Laird, of
O. B. Savage, of Wilmington, was
here a couple of days last week look
ing after some business Interests.
Miss Imogene Terrell arrived homo
Tuesday evening, of last week, after
spending the past winter In Tampa,
Fla., with her sister, Mrs. Rev. Bailey.
O. M. Richardson lost a valuable
horse Saturday evening.
The body of Charles Drlscol, of Now
Vienna, was brought to this place for
burial, Wednesday p. m.
Mrs. Mattle Hocket, of Columbus,
was the truest of Mr." and Mrs John
Glbler, a few days last week, and
accompanied home by her sister,
Mirv Netterton. for a visit of
Chas. Woodraansee and family and
Cyrus Thornburg and family were
guests of Columbus Woodmansee and
family near Sablna on Sunday.
Mrs Matilda Peterson, of New
London, Is a visitor at the home of
her nelce, Mrs. Mary E. Ferry.
Word was received by friends hore
on Saturday, of the death of Mrs. Ed
ward Moore, which occurred at her
home near Newkirk, Okla., Wednes
day evening, May 15. The body was
taken to her girl-hood homo In
Kentucky and laid to rest in the fam
ily burial ground. She leaves a hus
band and four sons, with many rela
tives and friends who will .bo .tilled
with sorrow because of her departure.
In her early married life their home
was near this place, where she made
many warm friends, who will not soon
forget the lovely spirit which was al
ways manifest In her dally life. The
two oldest sons were born here, the
younger ones In Oklahoma.
The memorial sermon will be
preached on Sunday at 10:30 In the M.
E. Church by Rev. Laird.
Rev. McMillan, of the Friends
Church, will deliver the address on
May 20, 1012.
M. F. Eubanks, who is staying In
Springfield, Is at home for a few days.
J. J. Butler and wife and son, of
Sinking Spring, Mrs. Mary Bobb, of
Cedar Narrows, and Mrs. Rebecca
Stults spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Isaac Stults.
nenry Countryman and wife and
daughter were the guests of relatives
In Hlllsboro Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. H. V. Matthews, Bess Butler,
Fred Roads and J. O. Stults were
business visitors in nillsboro Satur
day. Mrs. Smith, of Springfield, spent
Saturday and Sunday with M, F,
Eubanks and family.
Miss Stella Ferneau, of Bainbrldge.
nnrt nmisln. Ben West's daughter, of
California, were entertained
i,nme of Mr. and Mrs. J. O.
Mrs. Blihche Madison and sister,
"Miss Bess L. Butler, spent Sunday
with Henry Copeland and family of
E. J. Cartwrlght, of St. Louis, was
the truest of his brother, O. S. Carter,
the nast week. Floyd Stults accom
panied him home.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spargur and
babv. of Ralnsboro, were the guests
of M. F. Eubanks and family.
Miss Ruth Eubanks left Monday to
visit relatives in Adams Co.
Anna McCall and little daughter, of
Beaver Mill, spent Wednesday with
Mrs. J. 0. Stults.
Mrs. Peter Frush and son of Dun
klnsvllle, spent Saturday and Sunday
witli the former's sister, Mrs. Sarah
Mrs. Tom Maxwell and little daugh
ter visited Mrs. Maxwell's sister, Mrs.
George Ray, near Idaho, the forepart
of last week.
John Covan, wife and baby, of Sink
Ing Spring, called on Mrs. Permella
Kissling Saturday evening.
Henry Countryman and son, Leon,
called on the former's sister, Mrs. B.
W. Spargur, of near Beaver's Mill,
Whit. Treaber, of Peebles, Is tho
guest of John Plummer and family.
Doctor What makes you think the
boy Isn't normal?
Mother Everyth l n g. He was 10
years old last June, and yot he doesn't
think he knows more than his father.
"What became of that five-foot shelf
"Tore It down," replied Farmer
Corntossol. ' ' Why, I couldn't get tho
Department of Agriculture's publica
tion for six montlis in that space."
May 20, 1012.
Clifford Harris and wife and daugh
ter, Helen, of Wlllettsvllle, spent
Sunday with tho former's father,
Frank Harris and family.
McMannls Eaklns and family, of
Danville, called on their mother here
Charlie Garen and wife had as their
gub ts Sunday, Wm. Capllnger and
family, of Point Victory, James Cap
llnirer and wife and dauchtor and
Frank Capllnger, of Miller's Chapel.
Mrs. Minerva Eylar returned home
Thursdav. after an extended visit
with rolatlves at Hamilton, Dayton
Lola Bell called on Mrs. C. M. Carr
Mlnot Sonner and family, of Lynch
burg, spent Sunday the guest of Ben
Morton and wife.
John McReynolds and Capt. Bar
rere are very sick.
Ray Harshbarger and wife and baby
visited relatives at Point Victory
Nelson Barrere and family, of Mt.
Zlon, spent Sunday with the former's
Isaac Stanforth Is working for Dr.
Cropper at Danville this week.
Mrs. J. D. VanWinkle spent Sun
day with Mary Ellen Stuart.
Glenn Bell and Mills Lemon, mem
bers of the II. II. School Cadets, left
today to spend the week camping at
Mrs. C. W" Garen is entertaining
tier mother, Mrs. Capllnger, of near
Sugartree Ridge this week.
Tho infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Morton was burled in the Baptist
cemetery here last Friday.
J. R. Gruver and wife, of Hlllsboro,
called on Miss Anna McCllntock Sun
day. W. Barrere, of Norwood, is visiting
his parents here.
The Rev. Hindman, of Cincinnati,
delivered a very able sermon at the
Presbyterian church Sunday morning.
He will preach here again In two
U. V. Purday and wife had as their
guests Sunday, L. A. Purely and wife
and David Carrier.
Chas. Stlne, of Ottoway, Kan.
called on old friends here one day last
Several from here attended the fun.
eral of Mrs. Ed Purdy near Hlllsboro
W. E. Lemon, of Hlllsboro, papered
the store room for C. V. Purdy Tues
day. Misses Nelle and Laura VanWinkle
and nugh VanWinkle called on
Esther Holllngsworth Sunday.
Ora Slmklns, of Greenfield, spent
Wednesday the guest of Lewis
Rosselot and wife.
Stella Custer visited her sister,
Nettie, at West Union last week.
Colburn and Thomas Vance at
tended the funeral of their uncle,
Colburn Purdy, at Sardinia Sunday.
May 20, 1912.
Estle Chaney and family were guests
of Kay Laymon, of near Falrvlew,
Isaac Jones took dinner with B. F.
C. A. Chaney and wife spent Friday
with Phil. Stroup and wife.
Ray Ranklns, wife and son Ermlle,
and Mrs. Elizabeth Rankin spent Sat
urday and Sunday with tho latter's
brother, Samuel Michael, of Blanches
ter. William Sinclair and wife had as
their guests James Polk and wife and
Stephen Sinclair and family Sunday.
JoseDh Camenter and family were
entertained by J. D. Noble Thursday.
narley Carpenter, of Springfield,
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with his father, Joseph Carpenter.
Maggie, Emma, Eva and Robert
Rankin called at B. F. Lowman's Sun
Louisa Alexander and daughter,
Katie, called at Joseph Carpenter's
Branson Chaney spent Thursday
with his cousins, Corrlnna and Celeste
Sunday School Convention will be
held at Sharpsvllle Juno 0, Sunday
afternoon at 2:30. Everybody Invited.
Charley Purdy and wife, of Wil
mington, took dinner Sunday with
F. L McDaniol and family.
"Our congressman Is certainly mak
ing good down In Washington."
"That so ? What's he done ?
"Had dinner with the president
twice and been snvlted to deliver three
graduating addresses next June."
Prospective Employer (persuing ref
erence) Have you any 'knowledge of
tho silk and satin department?
Applicant-Spent all ray life among
Prospective Employer And sheets
and blankets ?
Applicant (forcibly) Born among
'em, sir Town and Country.
The graduation gift should
be something distinctly "per
sonal." It may be serviceable
if you like. But above every
thing else it should be of really
lasting quality. We shall be
glad to help you in the selection
of a worthy and appropriate
gift for Graduation Day.
JEWELER & OPTICIAN,
But Take It To
The Dry Gleaner
Sidney Smith, daughter of John and
Sidney Coss, was born May 3, 1837 and
departed this life May 5, 1912, aged 75
years and 2 days.
She was married to John Williams
Sept. 28, 1850. To this union wore
born three children, two sons, George
and William, and one daughter, dying
In 1805, while In the service of his
country, her husband was called to
answer tho llnal roll call and she was
left to face tho fate of the world with
out a companion.
In 1807 she was married to Squire
Smith, who proved to bo a father to
the fatherless and a faithful compan
ion and today with sons and grand
children mourn their loss.
At the age of 13, at the old Mt.
Pleasant M. E. church she gave her
heart to her Redeemer and she ever
kept her early promise.
In early life she was a regular at
tendant at Christian services, but In
later years on account of her health
she has been deprived of the prlvileg
of meeting God's people In the house
of prayer. She always delighted In
helping the needy, caring for the sick,
cheering the brokenhearted and mak
ing a home that will not be forgotten
by children, relatives and friends.
The last year of her life was one of
much sulTerlng, yet It was borne with
much patience and often she expressed
herself as ready to meet her God in
peace yet willing to await his time
and go and be at rest with Jesus.
Her earthly career Is finished. A
voice Is stilled and silent. A chair Is
vacant In the home and a faco Is miss
ed In the community. But we havo
one more In Heaven, mother resting
The funeral services were held Mon
day, May 0, conducted by Rev. Bias,
of Belfast; Interment in Coss ceme
tery. "I'm thinking of going on a tour of
the Rhine this summer, and I should
like your advice about the best things
to buy there. You have been there,
havn't you ?"
"Yes, but It's a long time ago ; I
shall have to refresh my memory.
Walter, bring mo the wine card."
I have no agents going
around the country..
Don't be deceived by
traveling Spectacle fakirs.
I am here all the time
and GUARANTEE all
Dr. C. F. Fans,
THE EXCLUSIVE OPTICIAN
Lenses Exchanged Free
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hlllsboro, O.
Farm and Town property always
for sale. Money loaned on Real Es
tate. Wade TtmNBii,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
Fon Sale Lime Sulphur and Ar
senate of Lead paste by S. D. Linn, at
John Shaw's Shoe Shop.
Lost A gold bracelet on which are
Initials N. M. R. ; on Marshall and
McCopplti Mill road, botweon residence
of E. C. Roads and Henry Copeland on
Carmel pike. Finder leave at this
olllce and receive reward.
Fon Rknt Five rooms on East
South St. Inquire of O. S. Lemon.
For Sai.15 I havo four National
Cash Registers (Detail Adders) that I
will sell for $25 each. A bargain for a
man In a small business. Joe Stabler.
Sellman Mackey has
ture to rent for steers.
first class pas-(5-30)
Chas. Holladay and family, of near
Hlllsboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Fcottand daughter, Hazel, visited
Samuel Edglngfleld and wife Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Harris and
little daughter, Helen, spent Sunday
with his father at New Market.
Clarence Kler and family visited
Fred Plerson and family of Mt.
Miss Ellen Davlsspent Friday night
with Ruby Crosen.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vance, of
Hlllsboro, visited the latter's par
ents, Mr. .and Mrs. Wm. Gibson, last
B. Fenner and family and Harry
Fenner and family spent Sunday with
Steward Burton and family.
Harold Welch, of Hlllsboro, Is
spending several days with his cousin
F. L. Crosen.
Mrs. Henry Frost has been enter
taining her sons, Harry VanPelt and
wife, of Cincinnati, and Frank Van
Pelt, of Omaha, Neb., and on Sunday
had a family reunion. Those present
were James Elton and wife, of near
nillsboro, Martin VanPelt, Samuel
VanPelt and family, Gllbort Holmes
and wife and Hay Frost and family.
Misses Leanna and Ruby Crosen
Jesse Grinith, Everett Fenner, Fred
Fawley and Earl Burton attended a
surprise party for Emma May Davis
Mrs. Lizzie II111 and sons, Vernon
and Clifford, of nillsboro, and Stew
ard Burton and family visited F. L.
Crosen and family Thursday.
Frank Laymon and family spent
Sunday with Chas. Frost and family.
Wm. Hatcher and family visited
Chas. Achor and family Sunday.
Albert Burton and family spent
Sunday with Frank Burton at Rus
sell. F. L. Crosen and wife visited rola
tlves at Leesburg Tuesday.
Road Assessment Notice.
Notice la hereby Riven to owners of lands
and lots aisesscd for the estimated expense
ol Improving Uoad Improvement No. 3,
that the report of the apportioning commit
tee Is now on 01c at the Auditor's Offlce of
HlRhland County, Ohio, and that the County
Commissioners will meet at the Auditor's
Offlce, In said County on the nth day of June
A. U 1912. at 10 a. m to hear the report of
the apportioning committee, and any and
all exceptions thereto by any person or
persons interested and conllrm. recommit
or modify said report as may be legal and
Just and In accordance with the Two Mile
W. A. Tktbu
Auditor of Highland County
A VACUUM GLEANER BARGAIN
Prico for DomuHtio - $10.00
Price for Domestic Jr. $0.75
Guaranteed to do tho work thor
oughly or money refunded.
BEN F. COX
Solo Agent for Highland and Brown
Counties 147 W. Walnut Street
XflM.TTr WAi I &
1 1 IH
ARE THE BEST." IT
WOULD NOT HAVE
OUR BUSINESS FOR
THE M. F. CARROLL & SONS GO.
STRONGEST BARGAINS EVER OFFERED IN
OUR FAMOUS PATTERN HATS
ALSO TRIMMED DRESS HATS OFFERED AT COST
AND LESS THAN COST
5oxv "Cao,v Street
Now Going On
of Jron and Wooden Beds, Bedding, Bedclothes, Pillows, Wash
stands, Dressers, Tables, Chairs, Carpets and Mattings; also several
Thero are many antique pieces that are real finds, Including
a solid Black Walnut Sideboard, Two Cabinets for mantles, Walnut
Pedestal Stand, Twin Bed, Dresser and Bedroom Chair. Wo also
have hotel dishes for those who need them.
The bed room outfits are practically new and are in tine con
dition. CALL AT DILLON HOTEL
For the Baby get pure Jersey Milk
from Tuberculin Tested Cows.
Spring Lake Farm Dairy
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May 20, 1012.
Curtis Butler and wife, of near
Berryvllle, visited her parents, Wm.
Smith and wife Thursday.
Milton Cartwrlght and wife and
daughter, Gladys, of near Bylngton,
were visitors in town Thursday.
James Tharp, of Washington 0. n.,
visited his mother, Mrs. Sara Selzer,
Mrs. Alta Rosolott and baby girl,
of Donvor, Col., are visiting her sister,
Mrs. Jean Roads.
Miss Laura nuffstetter spent Sun
day aftornoon with Miss Ruth Pat
Mrs. Noll Davidson and two child
ren, have returned to their home In
Nolsonvlllo, after spending sevoral
weeks visit with her parents, John
MUST BE SO OR WE
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Klsling and wife,
Richard Reynolds and wife and
little son, Richard, of near Peebles,
were tho guests of her parents, John
Hlte and wife Sunday.
Carl Phillips and wife and little
son, Paul, visited her parents, Berry
Spargur and wife, of near Ralnsboro,
Decoration services will be held
hero In tho aftornoon.
Miss Emma McKeehan and Mrs.
Cecil Belleson called on Mrs. Eva
Low Sunday afternoon.
Miss Ethel Covan, of nillsboro, is
visiting her father, Peter Covan.
Mrs. James Patton called on Mrs.
Nan Easton Sunday afternoon.
Lawrence Keslor and wife visited
thoir parents here Sunday,