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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, April 30, 1914, Image 5

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Mrs. John F. Kelson Is visiting Mrs
Rodney Trimble, at New Vienna.
You can get fertilizer any time at
the Hillsboro Hdw. Go. (4-14) adv
Mrs. Elizabeth II III has as her guwtt
Mrs. Charles Ryan, of St. Louis, Mo.
Gus Eggellng went to Toledo ''Sun
day, whore he lias secured employ-ment.
Mrs. Ferry, cf Pittsburg, Pa., was
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. 'Will
Huggins, the past week.
Charles L. Mullenix has as his guest,
'bis sister, Mrs. George Baldus, of
Denver, Col.
P,rof. Arthur Edglngton spent Satur
day and Sunday with his sister, Mrs.
Alice Kirk, at Norwood.
Misses Alice and Mary Ilanlon spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends in
Mrs. Goodman, of Columbus, was
the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. P.
Felbel, a few days last week.
Miss Maude Thompson, of Norwood,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. Will Engbers.
Dr. II. Y. A. Spargur, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. W. Spargur.
The Marshall w!"o. T. U. will meet
at the M. E. Church May 5, at 2 p. m.
,A full attendance Is desired.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berryman left
Wednesday for Philadelphia to visit
their daughter, Mrs. Dayard Cook.
Miss Hyrdle Maddox, who has been
visiting relatives at Xenla for six
Weeks, returned home Monday.
Rev. Father McLelgh Is at Mt.
Clemens, Mich., taking treatment for
Miss Ruth Thomas was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Brown, at Blan
Chester, over Sunday.
Mrs. L. B. Boyd, who has been spend
ing the winter at Redlands, Cal , re
turned home, Tuesday.
Capt. and Mrs. John Matthews were
called to Lexington, Ky., Thursday by
th'e death df Mrs. Matthew's mother,
Mrs. McAllister.
Mrs. Nannie Letcher, who has been
visiting her niece, Mrs. H.NiFauIconer,
at Philadelphia, and friends at New
York City, returned home Friday.
Miss Ruth Dawson entertained a
company of young ladles with cards
Saturday afternoon for her guest, Miss
Martha Ruby, of Uniontown, Pa.
Mrs. Howard West and daughter,
Mildred, of Middletown, are visiting
the former's sister, Miss Olive Berry-man.
Mrs. F. H. G. Bell and children, of
Marshall, have been visiting relatives
at Springfield and Cedarville for a
couple of weeks.
This is Highland County Boosters
Day and the Opera House should be
crowded to hear the eminent speakers
discuss agricultural problems.
Mrs. Tom Carroll, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of her sisters, Misses
Anna and Kate Burke, Saturday and
George Dualne, one of the American
marines killed in the taking of Vera
Cruz, was a brother of Dayton Dualne,
of Washington C. H.
Burch D. Huggins, of Columbus,
was the guest of his father, Judge H.
M. Huggins, from Saturday until
Mr. and Mrs. John Canlff and son,
Milton, who have been with Col. and
Mrs. L. B. Boyd, at Redlands, Cal.,
during the winter, returned home
William and Abner Klbler, of Wll
iottsvlllo, spent Friday with Charles
Klbler and family.
Miss Gilllland, of Ripley, returned
home Monday, after a short visit with
her sister, Mrs. Stoward Kincald.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Penn and
children, of Greenfield, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Head Sunday.
Mrs.CynthlaTharp suffered a stroke
! of paralysis Saturday, She Is 80 years
of age and her condition Is very serious.
Moses Pearce, of this place, and Mrs.
Ida Whiting, of Mowrystown, were
quietly married Sunday by Rev.
Me'.or, of Mowrystown.
Charles F. Clarke and Harry Maglll
were In Clermont county last week
doing engineering Work on a state
m i
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kent and children,
of Leesburg, were the guests of Mr.
Kent's mother here, Sunday and Mon
day. Mrs. E. B. Patterson left Monday
tor New York City, sailing on Tues
day for England, where she will join
Dr. Pa tterson.
Bruce Jones, the enterprising mer
chant at Danville, purchased a fine
Hobart M. Cable piano of Kincaid &
Son last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Patton,.of
Columbus,- spent Sunday with the
former's mother, Mrs. S. N. tatton.
Mrs Patton remained until Tuesday
Mrs. Bertha Seaman returned to
her home at Guda Springs, Kan., on
Tuesday, after a visit with her sister,
Mrs. James Kelly, and relatives near
Steward Kincaid was in Georgetown
Friday to testify in the cases against
former Brown county commissioners
Hare and Davis. He was a character
witness for the defendants.
Robert D. McClure, real estate and
fire insurance agent, has added the St.
Paul Fire and Marion Insurance Co.,
to his list of companies. This is one
of the big -old line companies with
assests of ?9,000,000.
One of the fire department horses
had one of its eyelids almost torn off
Friday morning. It caught it on
something in the stall. Dr. W. R.
Lukens was called and took a half
djzen stitches to sew up the wound.
D. B, Woodslde and family have
moved to Chllllcothe. Mr. Woodslde
until recently was baggage master on
the Hillsbore Branch of the B. & O ,
but is now running from Chllllcothe
to Cincinnati, with headquarters in
The first shipment of spring chick
ens, from Hillsboro to the city market
was made by Mrs. Lewis Workman
last week. The chickens were a nice
broiler size and Mrs. Workman, who
makes a specialty of early chickens, is
proud of her success.
Miss Cora Brooks bank, of Cincin
nati, spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. James Brooksbank. She
is a trained nurse and left Sunday
evening for Canada with an aged cou
ple who have employed her to care for
A. H. Reames, aged 59 years, died at
his home here Wednesday afternoon,
after a long illness. The body was
taken to Buford for burial, the funeral
being held at the Christian church on
Friday morning, conducted by Rev. B.
F. Smith. He is survived by his
widow. Mr. Reames- was engaged in
the grocery and coal business here for
a number of years, retiring about a
year ago when his health failed. He
v, as an active member of the Christian
church and an excellent citizen.
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Mrs. Rush E. Evans, of Dayton. 13
the guest of Mrs. C. S, Bell.
Dr. J. Bliss Glenn and Dr. Jones, of
Greenfield, attended the meeting of
the Highland County Medical Society
here on Wednesday.
Supt. Patterson has received word
from Dean H. 0. Mlnnlch, of the State
Normal College, of Oxford, that all
courses In the Hillsboro Normal Col
lege will De credited by that school.
The office of the Western Union
Telegraph Co., will be on the second
floor of the Hillsboro Bank & Savings
Co., on and after May 1, orders having
been received to remove it from the
office of the Bell Telephone Co.
H. H. Bvader, of this place, has been
employed as Instructor of mathematics
in the Woodward High School, of Cin
cinnati. Prof. Brader held this posi
tion for over twenty years, resigning
a few years ago and removing here.
The State Civil Service Commission
will Issue a bulletin May .1, giving a
list of examinations to be held by It
during the next 60 days. While the
positions to be filled can not be given
in advance, some of them will be very
lucrative. The bulletin contains not
only a list of the examinations to be
held, but the place and date, together
with the salary attached to each posi
tion, and the studies in which the ap
plicant will be examined.
lsma Troth, of Lynchburg, was the
guest of his daughter, Mrs. J. E.
Stabler, Saturday.
Prof, and Mrs. W. II. Vance visited
the former's brother, C. M. Vance,
near Buford, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs Isaac Jordan and two
sons were the guests of relatives at
Peebles from Friday until Monday.
Mrs. John Mullen and daughter,
Dorothy, of Somerset, Pa , are visiting
Mrs. Mullen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Walker.
William McMullen went to Colum
bus Tuesday for a week's visit with
Mrs. Cyrus Newby and Miss Amelia
Herron returned Saturday from an ex
tended visit with the former's daugh
ter, Mrs. Beverly DeVault, at Johnson
City, Tenn.
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Mrs. J. A. Tliarpe returned Monday
to her home in Springfield, 111., after
a visit with her mother, Mrs. C. A.
A small cottage on LUley Ave., be
longing to Allen Thomas and occupied
by the Whitley family, was burned
Monday evening about 7 o'clock. Tho
fire started from a lamp exploding.
It spread rapidly and soon galn'd such
he id way that It was impossible to save
the building.
Mrs. Margaret Nugent died at her
home here Saturday night. She was
G7 years of ago and had been ill for a
long time. The funeral services were
held Monday morning at 9 o'clock at
St. Mary's Catholic church; Interment
In the Catholic cemetery. She is sur
vived by two daughters, Miss Anna
and Mrs. Katie Shutt, both of this
The following relatives from out-of-town
were here Monday for the funeral
of L. R. Duckwall : Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Evans and daughter, Marjorle, of
Washington, C. H., W. S. Duckwall
and motlie r, Mrs. John Duckwall, of
Indianapolis, Ind., Miss Grace Duck
wall, of Lees Creek, Mr. and Mrs
Duckwall Brown and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Brown, of Danvlllo.
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