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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, April 23, 1914, Image 5

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Mr. and Mrs. Jos. F. Gavoy Bpent
Sunday In Cincinnati.
Chtck Feed and Chicken Chowder at
Selphs Cash Grocery. adv
Harry Roush, of Cincinnati, spent.
Sunday with his father, Frank Koush.
Now Onions, Rhubarb and Lettuce
at Solplis Cash Grocory. adv
Mrs. Horace Barrett, of Dayton, Is
visiting relatives here.
Misses Lucille Muggins and Nina
Glenn spent Saturday in Cincinnati.
Miss Margaret Ervln was the guest
Friday of Mrs. Escoe Ervin.
Mrs. L. II. Evans, of Dayton, is vis
iting her brother, 0. E. Haynes.
Seed Potatoes that will grow at
Selphs Cash Grocery. adv
Mrs. Ad Koch attended the funeral
of Alonzo Gruber, at Cincinnati, Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin Smith and
children spent Sunday with relatives
in Wilmington.
Fresh Garden and Flower Seeds, the
kind that giow, at Selphs Cash Gro
cery, adv
Mrs. John Purdy,of Cincinnati, was
the guest of Hunter Purdy and family
Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. J. Bliss Glenn, of Greenfield,
was the guest of his parents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. W. Glenn, Sunday.
Col. L B. Boyd returned Saturday
from Redlands, Cal., where lie has
been spending the winter.
Dr. W. H. Shields and C. F. Huggins
attended the meeting of Presbytery
at Chilllcothe, Tuesday.
Misses Jean Campbell and Ella En
nls, of Cincinnati, spont Sunday with
the former's aunt, Mrs. Ann Gorman.
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Wisecup "and
children were the guests of relatives
near Wilmington Saturday and Sun
day. Mrs. John E Fisher, of near Green
lield, returned to her home last Sunday,
after a two weeks visit with herslster,
Mrs.. T. W. McCoy.
Miss Louie Carlisle returned to Co
lumbus Tuesday, after a short visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Col. L. B. Boyd and Miss Cora E
Bell were called to Daytona, Fla.,
Monday, by the serious illness of
Charles E. Bell.
Mrs. Clarence Nlckeson and Mrs.
Ernest Schumacher returned Sunday
from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Evans, at Washington, C. H.
Llpplncoct's Roup Remedy. The
best preparation on the market for
poultry. You can get it at Selphs
Cash Grocery. adv
The Business Men's Club, of Green
field, Is agitating the question of pav
ing the streets in the business section
of the town.
Rev. and Mrs. S. W. Edmonston
were the guests of their sons at Win
chester, a few days the first of the
Mrs. F. S. Parsell, who has been vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. Conard
Roads, returned to her home at'Logan,
M. T. VanPelt was reappointed
Referee in Bankruptcy for Highland
county by United States Judge Hollls-
ter on Saturday.
John Madden and daughter, Miss
May, were at Elmwood from Friday
until Sunday, visiting Mr. Madden's
brother, Thomas, who is sick.
Mrs. John S. Jolly, of Dayton, after
a visit with her mother, Mrs. R. B.
Muntz, went to Huntington, W. Va.,
Monday for a visit with her son, Kirby.
BAKfN6 Powder
Absolutely Pure
Cakes, hot biscuit, hot breads, and
other pastry, are daily necessities
In the American family. Royal Bak
ing Powder will make them more
digestible, wholesome, appetizing.
No Mum Ho Limm Phoaphatmm
Leesburg will have a Chautauqua
the second week in September.
Aaron Spargur, of Greenfield, spent
Sunday with friends here.
Llppincott's Poultry Remedy at
Selphs Cash Grocery. adv
Miss Mary Frost, of Norwood, was
the guest of Miss hazel Worley, Satur
day night and Sunday.
A. M. Setty and family returned
Sunday from a few days visit with Mr.
Setty 's parents at Sinking Springs.
Ills father Is sick.
Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Haynes, Mr. and
Mrs Roy A. Haynes and Mrs. L. II.
Evans visited relatives at Washing
ton, C. II., over Sunday.
Will Wedding, of Norwood, and Miss
Vivian Brown, of Loveland, were the
guests of the former's mother, Mrs. J.
H. Wedding, Sunday.
Mrs. S. E. Hoop, who was called
here by the illness of her sister, Mrs.
C. 0. Walker, returned to her home in
Indianapolis, Ind., Tuesday. Mrs.
Walker Is better.
Itching plies provoke profanity but
profanity won't remove them, loan's
Ointment is recommended for itching,
bleeding or protruding piles. COc at
any drug store. adv
R. E. Stroup, editor of the Lynch
burg News, was here on business
Tuesday. Mr. Stroup is an easy,
forceful writer and is giving the people
of Lynchburg a Very good paper.
Mr and Mrs. John Farls and daugh
ter, Miss Madge, Mr and Mrs. George
Kesler-and son, Elton, visited Mr. and
Mrs nugh Conwell, at Washington
C. H., Sunday.
The Basket Ball Club gave a very
pleasant dance at Bell's Hall Tuesday
night. The club lost money last win
ter and the dance was for the purpose
of making up the deficit.
Mrs. James E. Evans entertained
with a very enjoyable party Thursday
afternoon for Miss Lucy Clark, of Los
Angeles, Cal., who is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. H. M. Brown.
Rev. Earl R. Slutz preached at
Owensvllle Sunday afternoon, filling
the pulpit for Dr. Van Pelt, district
superintendent, who had been called
to New York City.
Frank Jeans received a telegram
from his son, Midshipman Howard
Jeans, stating that his ship the Michl
gan had been ordered to Tamplco,
Mrs. D. S. Gidding, of Grand Rapids,
Mich., who has been spending the win
ter In Jacksonville, Florida, is now
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. R. Young.
Joseph Winegardner, of Alliance,
was the guest of his mother, Mrs.
Gertrude Winegardner, from Friday
until Tuesday. Ho went to Chilllcothe
Tuesday where he was best 'man at
the wedding of a cousin. He will re
turn here before going to Alliance.
o i
Miss Mary McMeekln, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of her aunts, the Misses
Murphy, Sunday. She came up with
her aunt, Miss Anna Murphy, who has
been in Cincinnati for several months
Miss Murphy suffered a stroke of paral
ysis several weeks ago from which she
Is slowly recovering.
Ellis Pence, the monument dealer,
received an order Wednesday from
Mrs N. ,S. Landess, of Des Moines,
Io., for a monument for her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lyons. The
monument is to be erected in Mt. Zion
cemetery. This speaks well for Mr.
Pence. adv
Positive in action Tor backache, weak
back, rheumatism, kidney and bladder
troubles. P. J. Boyd, Ogle, Texas,
writes: "f ter taking two bottles of
Foley Kidney Pills, my rheumatism
and kidney trouble are completely
gone." Safe and effective.
adV GAHItETT & Ayiiks.
If we could find better
clothes to sell you at $10.00
to $18.00 than Clothcraft,
we should buy them but
someone will have to hustle
if they even approach the
standard set by Clothcraft
and then keep going fast, be
cause Clothcraft Clothes are
better every season.
Have you seen the new
Spring fabrics and models?
The Iron-Glad
E, H.McClure&Go. Hillsboro, 0.
Old Time Orlean Molasses at Selphs
Cash Grocery. adv
S. L. Campbell, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of relatives here Sunday.
French bros.-Bauer Co. Creamery
Butter at Selphs Cash Grocery, adv
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown and
children, of Hamilton, returned home
Wednesday, after a short visit with
Mrs. Gertrude Winegardner.
The Hillsboro Lyceum Course was a
failure financially, the deficit being
$303.78. The 75 guarantors were each
required to pay $4.08.
The Queen Esther girlsiwlll give a
social at the M. E. Church Friday,
April 30. at 7:30 p.. m., for Miss Ethel
Taylor, who leaves soon for her new
home In Chilllcothe. Plenty of amuse
ments. Refreshments will be served
and everybody is invited.
Judge Newby and Col. D. Q. Morrow
are in Georgetown this I week. Judge
Newby is presiding in the cases against
former county commissioners, W. E.
Hare and L. A. Davis, charged with
accepting bribes while in office. Col.
Morrow is of counsel for the defend
ants. Notice 1
Bids for the cleaning of the ceme
teries of New Market township will be
received by the Trustees of said town
ship up to 3 o'clock p. m., on Monday,
May 4, 1914.
By order of Board of Trustees,
adv C. W. Johnson, Clerk.
Kathlyn Williams
"A Royal Slave"
This is Number Four
of the Series of
"The Adventures of Kathlyn''
Everybody says they are
Great. Don't miss a Num
ber. You will get all the
Exciting Thrills that are
coming to you in this one.
The Battle of Shu oh"
A Big Spectacular War Drama in Four Parts for the
benefit of the High School Cadets. Buy your Tickets from
the boys.
I Dr. Minor
Will Be at the Parker hotel, Hillsboro, O., j
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 30, May 1 and 2 1
This is My Fifth Trip
All work painless with the use of Nitrous Oxide I
and Oxygen. I make a Specialty of Porcelain
Fillings, extracting without pain. I am an expert 1
on crown and bridge work. I am not a beginner 1
nor a worn out failure, neither am I unknown to 1
Highland County people, I can refer you to doz- I
ens of them that I have worked for and pleased I
and I did not hurt them either. You are safe with 1
me. Those wanting first class dentistry will find
it to their advantage to call on me on the dates I
advertised. Those wishing work done at my city 1
office should write for an appointment and have
work all done in one day and without pain. I I
guarantee my plates and bridges to be equal to I
the best that the best men in the city of Cincin- 1
nati put out. I charge nothing for examination,
and you are welcome for consultation at any time I
and price will be agreed on before I begin any 1
work. There will be no misrepresentation. You -
I will find my work advanced and superior from I
every angle to that which most of you have been 1
reeiving. s
Main Office 716 Mercantile Library Building. y
414 Walnut St. CINCINNATI, OHIO. I
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Adam Mlnnich, father of Prof. H
C. Mlnntch, dean of the Normal Col-)
lege of Miami University, Oxford,
committed suicide Wednesday of last
week, hanging himself In the barn at
his farm home near Dayton. He was
75 years of age and had been 111 with
rheumatism for some time and de
spondency resulting from 'his illness
It is thought caused him to take his
life. Mr. Mlnnich visited his son,
Prof Mlnnich when he was superin
tendent of the Hillsboro Public
Schools and was known to many Hills
boro people who will be sorry to learn
of his tragic death.
Tommy Pop, what is an idealist?
Tommy's Poo An Idealist, mv son,
is a very young man who thinks all
women are angels Philadelphia Rec
ord. 25, Matinee and Night
the Cincinnati
April 19, 1914
Floyd lloush disposed of his persona
property at public auction Thursday of
last week and with his family will
move to Cincinnati soon.
Mrs. Dowllnirer. of Paris, is vislt.inir
her daughter, Mrs. Chas. McKee.
Miss Grace Chrlsman. of Tlnstnn. is
spending a few days with her sister,
Mrs. wm. Ludwlck.
Misses Lestie Bishlr and Mittle
Fouch were In Hillsboro Saturday.
A daughter was born to Chas. Mc
Kee and wife, April IS.
John Bennington and wife and
grandson, Krell, of Taylorsville. SDent
Sunday at the home of A. R. Hawk
ana family.
Wm. Ludwlck and wife were In
year we have
a bigger and bet
ter stock of
W&Ll. Ai
than ever before. And surelv
Like a
working gloves
these have never
made outside of
tVifWfjn:in iBBi
they are made
especially tanned
Hansen process.
They are exceptionally
tnougn reiniorcea at every
""- " jv.iwo ui pauu ui
bind the nana.
We'd like to show you these gloves
especially if you are tired of buying the
orainary, lu-ntting Kina wnicn
alter a lew weeks oi hard
We carry all of the other
styles too for Drivers,
Woodmen and Railroad workers..
Cincinnati Mondav.
J. L. Sonner made a business trip
to Lynchburg Saturday.
Chas. Redkey and family spnit
Saturday night with John Fouch and
Dave Winkle and wife and daughter
Maude, visited relatives in Hillsboro,'
Warren Workman and wife and
daughter, Helen, spent Friday evening
with W. W. Workman and wife, at
John Pfarr. will clean and press and
mend that suit until it will look u
good as new. 1 also do dry cleanir.. .
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
Shop. a,jv
as good as
SZST They fit
and wear like
iron because
from honest leather.
by the exclusive
soft and pliable and
point of strain, thev
iip iu pincu ana
go to pieces

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