THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914
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Elkhart, Ind. adv ,
Joseph and James Martin, brothers,
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wind mill attached to an ordinary buck
saw. It cuts as much wood in a day
as 25 men'.
It gives an Impressive Icjea of the
Immensity of the international trade
carried on In vessels to read that 55,
000,000 tons of coal are consumed in a
year in the furnaces' of ships employed
in international commerce.
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Having decided to quit the road
building business on account of my
other business taking all my time, I
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(4-2) adv Reesville, Ohio.
Marcit 2. 1014.
Grandpa All man celebrated his
ninetieth birthday on Feb. 25. He en
tertalned his grandsons Everett
Houck, of Cincinnati, and Jennings
Ilouck, of BuTord, who came to help
celebrate the birthday.
Roy Slrabry, who has employment
in Norwood spent Sunday and Monday
here-with his parents.
Eelley Roberts and wife are rejolC'
lng at the recent arrival of a fine
daughter at their home East of town.
M. E. Hunter and family moved into
their new residence near the depot
Mr. Berger moved his family fom
the Olive neighborhood on Thursday
to town here and are occupying the
house the Hunter family vacated.
"Miss Bessie Hill is the assistant
operator at the telephone exchange.
Everybody is glad to have Ike Lance
and wife back in the restaurant busl
Mrs. Mary Jodry' spent last week
with Geo. Druhot and family near
Wm. Kier and wife were called to
Willettsvllle last week, where they at
tended the funeral of a relative.
Rey. Elliott conducted the funeral
services of Mrs. Rebecca Stanforth at
Flncast.e last Wednesday afternoon.
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"What's the-best thing to do for a
"My dear sir," .replied colonel,
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I couldn't presume to give you expert
advice. I'm not a bartender." Wash
- To Enjoy the Popular Dances,-
The feet must be free from pain. Many
women and men realize the comfort
to be enjoyed by using Allen's Foot
Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shak
en into the shoes before the dance.
Since dancing has become so popular,
Allen's Foot-Ease Is In demand every
.where because It rests the feet and
makes dancing a delight. For Free
sample, Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
LeRoy, N. Y. (3. 12) adv
March 2, 1914.
John Gossett and family will move
this week to the property on Railroad
street recently purchased by Mrs.
Gleadail. Mrs. Margery Andrews, will
occupy the rooms vacated by Mr. Gos
sett. Fred George, of Blanchester, spent
Sunday with his parents, Wm. George
Walter Gilbert and family, of Green
field, were the week end guests of rela
David Sanders and wife spent the
past week in Washington C. II., guests
of their daughter, Mrs. G. L. Wood
mansee. The "Bethany" Bible class will
meet Friday evening at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Young on East Main
street. A special program has been
prepared and all members of the class
are invited to be present.
Wm. George and wife have pur
chased property in Blanchester and
will immediately remove to that
Miss Elmlna Ladd, of Bridges, was
calling on friends here Saturday af
Day and night nurses are required
to care for Lewis Woolland who Is suf
fering Intensely fiom the effect of
having his feet frozen during the
severe cold last week.
The evangelistic services, held at
the M. E. church the past month,
closed Wednesday evening. Great
success crowned the untiring efforts
of the pastor, Rev. A. P. Smith. The
faithful attendance of the choir, or
ganized by Supt. C. H. Lewis, was
much appreciated by the pastor and
the song services were enjoyed by
every one. Last Sunday morning
though the weather was extremely in
clement a good audience braved the
storm antTfelt well repaid for so 'oIng
after hearing the eloquent sermon on
"Christian Life" delivered by Rev.
Miss Ethel Griffith spent the past
week in Blanchester with her cousin,
Mrs. Harry Shank and family.
Mrs A. G. Thurman visited rela
tives in Greenfield a part of the past
Mrs. Locke and young son have
moved to this place from New York
and will occupy a part of Miss Lora
Huggin's property on East Main
School was suspended Monday and
Tuesday of last week on account of
the severity of the weather. Four
horses were required to haul the
Bridges school wagon Wednesday and
The Ladles Aid Society met Monday
afternoon at the parsonage.
Mrs. F. T. Pavey returned home
Tuesday of tast week from a pleasant
visit with friends in Washington C.
H., Dayton and Wilmington.
John Pfarri will clean and press anc
mend that suit until it will look ai
good as new. 1 also do dry cleaning,
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
1M " wMxAiWl III1 1 IIIMIIH I1
March 0, 1014
Steven and Thomas Mullenlx, of
Newark, have been visiting their sis
ter, Mrs. J. A. Gil more. They expected
to return home on Monday but found
them -elves snow bound for several
Rev. T. C. Kerr was called to Ripley
recently to conduct the funeral of Sam
White, who was killed while crossing
the railroad track. Rev. Kerr had
married this couple about six years ago.
Herbert Kellis and wife, of Cincin
nati, spent the first of the past week
at the home of her parents, Leo Fels
Charles Cooper and wife called on
his sister, Mrs. C. C. Calvert, Friday
Mrs D. C. Washburn has been called
to the bedside of her sister near
Burch Mendenhall spent Sunday
with friends in Adams county.
Rev. ScarIT Is now holding aseriesof
revival services at Prospect. The
meeting commenced Sunday.
Mrs. Joseph Swonger spent Friday
at R. S. Hamilton's.
Murrell Whellen spent Sunday at
Mrs J. A. Gllmore, Mrs. Mallnda
Swonger, Mrs. Hattle Williamson,
Misses Lulu Williamson, Ethel Jami
son, Emma Gllmore and Sidney Sprin
kle were entertained at the home of A.
W. Mllburn on last Wednesday.
Lon Swonger returned home Friday
from Christ's Hospital, where he un
derwent an operation for a growth on
his neck across the wind pipe.
John Hamilton and wife will move
to the Mullenlx farm today.
Quarterly meeting will be held here
Friday, March 6, at 2.30 p. m. C. M.
Van Pelt, the district superintendent,
A revival of over three weeks dura
tion closed here Tuesday night. On
account of the Illness of the pastor,
Rev. Davis, Rev. Scarff, of Spring Val
ley, was requested to hold the meet
ing. He is one of the most earnest and
efficient evangelists we have had In
the community for years. Not only
the people of the town but of the
community at large were greatly Inter
ested and showed their appreciation
of his work by their regular attend
ance regardless of the cold and inclem
ent .weather, many coming for miles.
The church was greatly revived with a
goodly number of conversions and
accessions. Not only Rev. Kerr's
prrsence but his earnest assistance in
the meeting was greatly appreciated.
Mrs. Lon Mendenhall spent last
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Chas.
For the Stomach and Liver.
I. N. Stuart, West Webster N. Y.,
writes : "'I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for disorders of the stomach
and liver off and on for the past five
years, and It affords me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be
just as represented. They are mild in
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly."
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Marcli 2, 1914.
Iluouen Fawley and wife, of Lum
berton, spent one day last week with
Gus Shaffer and family.
D. W. Brown, wife and daughter
and Richard Brown and family at
tended the sale of their uncle, Birch
Brown at Buford Filday.
Floyd Roush moved to the N. P.
Landess farm south of town last week.
Herman Phelps will move to the
property vacated by Mr. Roush which
tie has bought and will remodel.
Mrs. Homer Burton, Misses Thursla
Young and Anna Knauer attended
the Literary at Prlcetown Friday
Mrs. 11. 11. Hopkins had a sale last
Saturday and left Monday for George
town where she will make her future
home. Mrs. Hopkins made many
friends while living here. Frank Davis
who lias recently purchased the Hop
kins property will remove here next
mouth with iiis family from Dayton.
A. R. Stockwell and wife returned
to their home In Springfield Friday,
lifter several weeks visit with Bruce
Jones and family.
Miss Ora Vance was visiting rela
tives In Sardlna last week.
Albert Day, of Georgetown, was a
business visitor here Saturday.
Mrs. C. A. Wood attended the fun
eral of the little son, of Don Purdy, at
New Market, Monday afternoon.
Dr Cropper was in Cincinnati Thurs
day and Friday of last week.
March 2, 1914.
James Satterfield and family visited
W. L. Turner and wife, Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Mllburn entertained her
daughter, Mrs. Arch Cameron several
dajs last week.
Mrs. John Kessler is sick.
Harvey Carlisle and wife are moving
to tho farm of Jack Butler and will
work for Wm. Cox, who has the farm
Mrs. Maud Storer and son, Thomas,
are making their home with W. L.
Turner and wife. Mrs. Turner lias
been confined to her bed all winter
and is no better- )
Thomas Mllburn visited his brothen
George, Friday and Saturday.
Robert Lewis will leave today for'
his work near New Vienna. I
March 2, 1914. j
March was ushered in like a lion. '
We had quite a blizzard. '
C. U. Selph was a business caller in
Rev. Foust will fill his appointment
here next Sunday morning and night.
Mesdames Speelman and Selph called
on Mrs. Lizzie llodson Saturday after
noon. Ed Wlllman, who has been staying ,
with Charles Selph, has returned to
his home at Berryvllle. ,
February Clearance Sale of furniture
and rugs at Klncald & Son's Store now '
going on. Great opportunity for oar-'
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