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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, May 07, 1914, Image 5

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Walter Klncald has been sick with
tonsllltls the past week.
John Gains, of Norwood, spent Sun
uay wisn reiauves nere.
A son was born to Dr
S. Rogers, Thursday.
and Mrs. Roy
iinvc sroie. 01 uoumuus. visiicu ma
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mother, Mrs. Margaret Srofe.tne past; weunesuay
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The teachers examination was'
tiken by 80 applicants Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. David Brockaro vis
iting their son In Springfield. .
Mrs. II. H. Richards! and son are J
the guests of relatives In Lancaster.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Heechor spent
and Thursday in Colum-,
Miss Ida B. Allen, of Athens, was
the guest of Mrs. John Howard, last
Miss Louanna Ambrose, of Norwood,
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs'.
Ova Ballentlne.
Miss Catherine Mclntyre, of Cincin
nati, was the guest of relatives here
Roy McQulre, of Cincinnati, was the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
McGulre, Sunday.
, m
I) Miss May Bell, wno lias ueon at
Washington, D. C. during the winter,
returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haas, of Sea
men, were the guests of relatives here,
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Ellen Steele, of Cincinnati,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
mother, Mrs S. F. Steele.
Charles F. Lyle, of Washington, C.
II., was the guest of his parents, Mr
and Mrs. James G. Lyle, over Sunday
Henry Swisshelm and F. J. Kelly
went to French Lick Springs, lnd.,
Thursday, to spend a couple of weeks.
Miss Alice Lafferty Is spending this
week with her sister, Mrs. E. E. West,
at Berryville.
Mrs. Ella Duvall went to Blanches
ter Tuesday for a week's visit with
her sister.
Mlsi Ella Patterson was the truest
of her brother In Cincinnati Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Mooreand chil
dren, of Washington (J. II., visited
relatives here Sunday.
Mrs. Kate Hallowell, Cincinnati,
Is spending a few weeks here. She is
staying at the Highland House.
Miss Byrda Carlisle returned Mon
day from a visit with her fcslsters In
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Calvert and
daughter, Miss liithel, of Washington,
C. H , were the guests of relatives
here, Sunday.
Mrs. Roy Barrett and Mrs. Charles
Teter, of Leesburg, visited the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Teter, Saturday.
Misses Irma Frost and Ethel May
Gardner were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
R. B. Falrley, Saturday night and
- .
Mrs. G M. Ferry returned to her
home in Pittsburg, Pa., Thursday,
after a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
, Will Hugglns.
m 1
Miss Llda Faris, who has been visit
ing her sister, Mrs. Charles Richards,
returned to her home In Dayton,
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rogers returned
Thursday from St. Petersburg, Fla ,
where they have been spending the
' winter.
Hon. and Mrs. J. J. Pugsley are at
' home, after a visit with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Henry Graham Brown, at
Mrs. R. A. naynes Is visiting her
sisters, Mrs. W. T. Logan, at Wilkes
barre, Pa., and Mrs. H. O. Faulconer,
at Philadelphia.
The members of Wa Wil a-Waj
Chapter of the D. A. R. went to Green
field Wednesday, the regular meeting
of the chapter being held at the home
of Mrs. John Arnott.
Mrs. George B. Beecher returned
Tuesday from New York City, where
she has been visiting her daughter,
Mrs. William F. Allen, and son, Nor
man B. Beecher, for several months
Miss Martha Ruby, who has been
visiting her cousin, Miss Ruth Daw
son, left Saturday for her home in
Unlontown, Pa. Miss Dawson accom
panied her to Cincinnati.
Daniel Morgan is on a business trip
to Newport News, v"a., Baltimore,
Md., and Washington D. O.
narry Hill will have his famous
Texas Ranger Band, when he appears
here, May 16. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ogden spent
Sunday with the latter's parents in
Judge and Mrs. Cyrus Newby and
Miss Amelia Herron spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Herron Newby at
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fibb3 an J Mr. and
Mrs Shalta, of Mlddletown, were the
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Geurge
Howard Stanley fell Monday after
noon and broke both bones of his right
arm, while playing ball on the Web
ster school grounds
Dr. and Mrs. Walter I. Grelss and
Mrs. Homyer and son, of Cincinnati,
were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. A. H.
Beam Sunday.
Owing to the Illness of H. P. Smith
the Woman's Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society will meet with Mrs. C.
W. Falrley, Thurday, May 7, at 2:30
You know the popular
styles worn by the well
dressed men and young
men. ' When you select
I M...TIM.
. The same price the world over."
you have a wide choice of both
conservative and lively styles
designed in models for every
age and taste. You will also
get a perfect fit, no matter
whether you are tall, short,
stout or slim.
Arid you get more than good
appearance. You get wear
because of the excellent fab
rics and workmanship. The
makers specialize on this one
Dress well wear STYLEPLUS
and save some money. Come
in 'sure before buying yonr
next suit.
Sam R. Free
Col. D. Q. Morrow's speech to the
jury in the Hare-Davis case Tuesday
attracted quite a crowd to the Court
House. The Colonel has made himself
quite a reputation with our people
Georgetown Gazette.
Sixty head of horses were sld at
Saturday's stock sale. Thirty went
to Cincinnati buyers and the others to
local buyers. The prices were about
the same as last month.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Bell left
Daytona, Fla., for home on Wednes
day. Mr. Bell being sulllciently re
covered from his illness to make the
trip. They will make the trip on a
special train and expect to arrival
here either this evening or tomorrow.
Hamlin Smith was painfully burned
on the face and arms Friday after
noon. The accident occurred while
Mr. Smith was at his work at his dry
cleaning works, friction from the ma
chlnery igniting the gasoline In a vat
and the llames flashed.up in his face.
Deglect for the past two years, and ,
that she luterferred with him in his
employment, James R. Hull Is asking
for a divorce from Linnie Hull They
were married at Greenfield, Ohio,
September 23, 1903, and have one
child. Cincinnati Enquirer.
The ball team of the Presbyterian
Church defeated the team of the
Christian Church Friday afternoon on
the Webster school grounds by the
score of 10 to 2. On account of the
weather being cold only six Innings
were played. The Presbyterians will
play the Methodists Friday of this
Rev. and Mrs. Earl R. Stultz had as
their guests over Sunday the former's
brother and wife, of Cincinnati and
his uncle of Colorada.
Mrs. Flora K. Grilllth returned to
her home in Wilmington Saturday
after a short visit with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bean and Mr.
and Mrs Howard Tolle spent Sunday
In Washington, C. H., with Mr. and
Mrs. Harley Wilkin.
Rev. Fr. Kahler, of Cincinnati, has
been appointed pastor of St. Mary's
Uathollc church to take the place of
Rev. Fr. McLelgh, who was compelled
to give up the charge on account of
sickness. The appointment of Father
Kahler is only temporary. A regular
appointment will probably be made
early in the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Richards and
children returned to their home In
Boston, Mass., Friday Mrs. Richards
and the children have spent the win
ter here with Mr. Richard's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Richards, while
Mr. Richards was on a business trip
through the west. Mr. Richards re
turned here from his trip Tuesday of
last week
The M. F. Carroll & Sons Co.
had the biggest days buslnoss'last Sat
urday that they have ever had sinco
thoy have been in business some 40
years. They put out sixteen new
buggies besides their usual stock sale
repair business. It seems as though
the people appreciate the Carroll
quality in buggies. adv
Reed Willett Dead.
Reed Willett died at his home at
Greenfield Monday morning. He was
aged 85 jears and had been sick for a
long time. The b3dy was brought
here and funeral services held at the
Methodist Church Wednesday morn
ing Mr. Wlilett served as marshal
and policeman of Hillsboro for many
May 4, 1914.
Trudy Storer was In Now Vienna
Men very busy In their corn ground,
women cleaning house and gathering
i Everett Hodson is planting corn.
Emma and Madge McDanlel called
on Marjorie Powell Thursday evening.
Mrs. Ella Mlcnael, of New Vienna,
Is helping take care of her sister, Mrs.
Foster, who is ill at her daughter's
Trudy Storer and L. Thompson visit
ed Jerry Alexander and family near
Hillsboro Wednesday.
R. A. McDanlel and family visited
their daughter, Otta Wolf, of Mt.
Olive, recently.
Will Deatly called at the McDanlel
home Sunday.
The young folks had an enjoyable
time at the Houser home Sunday.
Lee McDanlel spent Sunday with
his parents.
May 4, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rotroff, of Wil
mington, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with the former's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Rotroff.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Igo and son,
Wendell, spent Sunday with relatives
near Sugartree Ridge.
Miss Ruth Caplinger called on Miss
Elsie Wilkin Sunday afternoon.
Miss Nellie Rotroff returned home
Saturday, after spending the past two
months with her sister at Sabina.
Mr. and Mrs James Troute, of Ber
ryville, spent Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. Charles Igo.
Mr. and Mrs. George Caplinger and
daughter Helen, spent Sunday with
Frank Bennett and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Stanforth, of
Jessup, spent Sunday with Harlie
Stanforth and family.
Frank and Albert Eyler, of near
Winchester, called on Erwin Hatch
er, Sunday.
Mrs. Copsy, an acred and resnflnfced
lady, of Fairfax, was buried at Mil
ler's Ohapol, Friday.
One Australian ranchman Is stated
to have about 250,000 cattle and 200. onn
v.A5t an iiii in -.-rtV1
&F:&J T.rrnrr.r "gtyt
' MTfm
unr'fi' i rwn iiirrirfs . - -n.Mir-. . ni
And of course we have the finest made
Premier Pure Fruit
AN Just as You Make them at Home
Stone's Cakes
Fresh on Tuesdays and Fridays
The place where you always get the BEST
The many friends of John L. Strange,
editor of the Greenfield Journal, whose
serious Illness was mentioned last
week, will be pleased to learn that he
is greatly improved and Is now con
sidered out of danger.
The trial of former County Commis
sioners of Brown county, Hare and
Davis, at Georgetown, last week re
sulted In an acquittal of the defend
ants. They were charged with accept
I ig bribes while in oilice Judge
Newby was the trial judge and Col. D.
Q. Morrow was of council for the
Rev. J. W. Klise, of Hillsboro, gave
his lecture, "Dlscarnate Intelligence,
or Life After Death," at the Christian
Union church. It was an able effort
and thoroughly enjoyed by those In
attendance. Rev. Klise is a fluent and
pleasant speaker. He has several Chau
tauqua offers under consideration
Peoples Defender, West Union.
Wilmington and Washington C. H.
may not get Federal buildings for
postdllices. Postmaster General
Bouleson In a report filed with Con
gress recommends that buildings be
not erected in those'towns. He also
makes the same recommendations for
many other towns and that all appro
priations for Federal buildings be reduced.
J. W. Campbell was appointed post
master at Sardtnialast week. Sardinia
Is a fourth class ofllce and the appoint
ment was made following a civil ser
vice examination. Mr. Campbell passed
third in the list of applicants. Mrs.
Homer Robinson and Huber Mason,
who passed with higher grades than
Mr Campbell, have filed vigorous pro
tests with the postollice departments.
To the Republican Voters of High
land County :
I desire to respectfully announce
that I am a candidate for.the office of
county commissioner subject to the
will of the Republican voters at the
August primary.
If nominated and elected I shall
strive to be commissioner In the best
Interest of all the people regardless of
politics or location.
Any favors shown me in either circu
lating my nominating petitions or In
support at the primary will be sincere
ly appreciated.
Irvin R Rousii,
of Union Township.
Cemetery Visitors
The Harsha Monument Co. have
received a shipment of unbreakable
Bouquet Holders for graves which
are far superior to fragile vessels for
such purposes.
Flowers kept fresh on graves give
the appearance of special attention
and in these unbreakable holders will
not be destroyed.
They are on sale at their office on
Walnut Street. 5-14
May 4, 1914
The Centerfield Agricultural Club
held its regular monthly meeting Fri
day night with good, lively discussioi s
on the topic considered. Two num
bers were omitted as their represen
tatives were absent. The meetings
will be continued through the sum
mer. Joseph Larkln was In Hillsboro to
hear Gov. Co- last week.
Mrs. Hudson, of Centerfield, visited
her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Chapman,
age 84, of Winchester, last week.
Fred Fulkerson and family visited
ids father here Sunday evening.
The house recently vacated by
Fulkerson will be occupied by the
family of Albert Stoops.
Charles McNeil and Charles Plndle
each lost a horse last Saturday.
Mrs. Flora Dutton entertained her
brother, Elmer Butler, and family, of
Petersburg, Sunday.
Rev. Mont Milner, Superintendent
j of Friends' Quraterly Conference will
preach at Centerfield next Sunday.
j Sunday School every Sunday morning
at 0:30 and prayer meeting Wednttdiy
evening at 7:30 sun time.
Americans yearly spend millions for
soda water.
John Pfarr- will clean and press ana
mend that suit until it will loor m
good as new. I also do dry cleamn. .
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
Shop. adv
No Substitutes
RETURN to die grocer all sub
stitutes sent you for Royal Bale-.
b ing Powder There is no sub
stitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure,
cream of tartar baking powder, and
healthful. Powders offered as sub
stitutes are made from alum.
Orin J. Waddell, aged 70 years, for
merly of Greenfield, died at his home
in- Cincinnati April 25. He was a
brother of narry D.. of the Point, and
John M. and E. J. Waddell, of Green
field. Since the early CO's he had been
connected with the Western Union
Telegraph Co. For two years he was
a room mate of Thomas A. Edison, at
Boston, Mass.
Miss Mabel Smith, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. H. P. Smith, of this place,
had an Important part In a play given
' by the German Department of West
ern College, Oxford, last week. The
purpose of the presentation was the
speaking of correct German under
stood by the performer and spoken so
as to be understood by the audience.
Miss Smith is a member of the Senior
, Class of the Western.
Thomas L. Rogers, aged 01, died at
his home in Columbus Sunday night.
The body was taken to New Vienna
Wednesday for burial. Mr. Rogers
was for many years a resident of New
Vienna and before that lived near
j Sugartree Ridge. He has many rela
tives In this county. He is survived
by three children, Joseph O. and Mrs.
I D. C. Amberg, of Columbus, and Wil
Ham R., of Washington, C. H.
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