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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, July 23, 1914, Image 4

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Chautauqua August 16-23 Inclusive
The Very Best Lectures, Music and Entertainments That Appear. on Any Chautauqua Program
I'll L-
You Arc Missing Something
If you don't try some of the good
things we have every Saturday
For Instance
RUSKS as good as you
can make them yourself.
Coffee Cakes, Jelly Rolls
Cakes of all kinds.
The Place Where You ALWAYS Get the BEST.
John Bldgway and family visited
relatives near Samantha, Sunday.
Miss Anno Ilanlon Is visiting friends
at Galllpolls.
Meet your friends at the Hlllsboro
Fair Aug. 4. 5, 0 aud 7. adv
Miss Elizabeth Gorman, of Cincin
nati, Is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Anne Gorman.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Carroll were
tha guests of relatives In Cincinnati,
Wednesday and Thursday.
Ellis Lyle, of Dayton, was the guest
of his parents, Mr. and.Mrs. James G.
Lyle, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Overton Hire and son,
of Greenfield, wore the guests of Mrs.
Hire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Spencer, over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Selph had as
their guests from Saturday until
Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lytle
and son, of Columbus.
Miss Marv Clark, of Columbus, and
Miss Helen Brown, of New Vienna,
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Falrley
i "
, B. W. Lyle and son, George, of Day
ton, were the guests of the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Lyle,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher and
Miss Lucille Hugglns went to Cedar
Point Monday to spend the week. Mr
Beecher will attend the annual con
vention of the Ohio Electric Light
Association. They made the trip In
Mr. Beecher's automobile.
Miss Elma Carey, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur L. Carey, of Saman
tha, was employed this Wednesday as
assistant principal in our nign schuui
and teacher of English and Latin.
She Is a graduate of Wilmington Col
lege : was for sometime principal of
the high school at Shlpshewana, Ind. ;
taught English and Latin for three
yearsln the Hlllsboro hlghschool ; and
has since been teaching In Colorado
Springs. She comes with an excellent
record of work done at these places.
New Vienna Reporter.
1 It Costs Ho More to lave the lew Qoods
New Laces New Ribbons
New White Goods
New Hosiery, New Gloves
New Corsets
New Shirt Waists
For Rent A large farm. Fine
bottom land and plenty of water at
Fayettevllle, Ohio. Address
A. J. Bering, i
(7 30) adv Fayettevllle, O. I
Miss Harriett M. Ayres spent her
vacation last week with her brother,
Ben, and wife at Cincinnati. On
Snnriar TCdwin Avres. Jr.. and Miss i
Edith Layman and Jas. Winter went
down and all came home Sunday
. m
Mrs. Maria Smith died at her home
here Thursday, after a long Illness.
She was aged 72 years and Is survived
by two daughters, Misses Lavlna and
Margaret Stultz. Funeral service
were held at the late residence Satur
day afternoon at 2 o'clock, conduct i
by Dr. Earl R. Slutz. Burial was made
In the Hlllsboro cemetery.
Wfidnesfiav Autr. 5 Is ''Old Soldiers
Day" at the Hlllsboro Fair. Senator
J. B. Foraker will be present and de
liver an address. adv
Mrs. H. D. Davis, Mrs. Harold Hill
and daughter and Miss Harriett Ervln
returned to their homes In Cleveland,
Monday, after a visit with Mrs. Hill's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Strain.
ht. onrt Mrs. W. F. Lotran and son,
of Wilkes Barre, Pa., visited Mrs. Lo
gan's sister, Mrs. Boy a. uaynes, wie
past week. They returned home
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Van Zant and
daughter, of Dayton, were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Landess, from
Saturday until Wednesday. They
went to Danville Wednesday for a
visit with relatives before returning
New White Wash Skirts
It Pays to Trade at Kerns'
South High St.
flillsboro, Ohio
August 45 5, 6 and 7
1 Four Days of Recreation, Pleasure and Instructions
I to be found only at an Old Fashioned County
Fair. H
1 OLD SOLDIERS DAY. Senator J B. For-
1 aker will be present aed deliver an address.
I Three Bis Races Each Day I
1 The Speecl Ring is certain to furnish excellent en- J
1 tertainment for all and the best and biggest string of J
1 horses will be here that have ever been on the '
Grounds. H
1 Great Display of Flowers and Potatoes i
1 By Boys and Girls of Highland County. - This s
feature alone will be worth the price of admission. g
I Great Exhibits of Farm Products and Stock
L. H. Mendenhall lost a valuable '
cow last Sunday night.
Hon. Coke L. Doster, of Greenlleldi
was a business visitor here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conwell and
children, of Washington- C. H. visit
ed the former's brother, James Con
well, from Saturday until Monday.
Misses Matt'ie and Annie Larrioki
of Wilmington, are guests of their
uncle, J. A. Campbell.
Thomas Mannlon, of Cincinnati, is
the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. J.
H. Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gossett are
spending ten days visiting their child
ren, near Jfrlcetowu.
Mr, and Mrs. JBartholomey and son,
of Dayton, were entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Pence, over Sunday,
Miss Margaret Hlggins, of Norwood,
is the guest of her cousin, Miss Eliza
beth Henley.
Mr. and Mrs. John Purdy, of Avon-
dale, were the guests of the former's
father, Hunter Purdy, last week.
'Wanted To rent a farm of 150 or
200 acres in Highland or Adams coun
ty. W. A. Williams, Belfast, Ohio,
B. B. 1. adv
Miss Phoebe Hart, of Los Vegas,
New Mexico, arrived here Monday for
a visit with Miss Anna Evans.
Mrs. J. A. Head and children, Mrs.
Elizabeth Smith and Miss Jessie Bar
rett have been at Mineral Springs
since Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs, George Pugh and Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Lemon and daughter
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ells
worth Wilkin.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Davies have as
their guests the former's mother,
Mrs. Jane Davies, and Miss Janette
McCullough, of Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. John Link have had
as their guests for several days Mr.
and Mrs. B. N. Miller and son, of
Miss Mary Hilton, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of her parents here on
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gore, of Indiana
polls, Ind., are visiting Mrs. Gore's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Evans.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E.Haynes are"
visiting relatives at Washington C.
H. this week.
When it is said that the program
for this years Hlllsboro Chautauqua
is the best that has ever been arrang
ed for Hlllsboro the people know
thafcthey have many excellent things
to anticipate. adv,
Miss Mary VanPelt, of Louisville,
Ey., is spending her vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Van
Mrs. Maria T. Blves and Honry
Thompson have gone to the Adlron
daoks to spend the remainder of the
Mr. and .Mrs. O. F. Hugglns and
daughters, Misses Leila and fsabelle,
and Mrs. Will Hugglns and guest,
Miss Mabel Moyer, motored to BIpley
Tuesday and spent the day.
Miss Lucy Edmonston had as her
guest Sunday Miss Bena Fenton, of
Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Winkle and son
spent Sunday with relatives In Blan-chester.
Charles F. Lyle, of Washington O.
H., is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James G. Lyle.
Steward Klncald visited relatives
and friends at Bipley and Busselville
Monday and Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Evans spent sev
eral davs this week at the Mineral
Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Campbell, of
Ktlleon, Texas, are visiting the far
mer's brother, Joseph A? Campbell,
south of town.
A Temperance Bally will be held at
the Friends Church In Samantha next
Sunday "afternoon at 2:30, conducted
A Show That's
Where Quality Counts
See The
A House Where the Air is Changed Every Three Minutes
"THE MASTER R06UE"-Dnuna in Two Parts
"A SMUGGLER'S STORf-Thrilllng and Exciting
A Love Story With Plenty of Action.
A Western that has the Qualities You Like.
1000 Feet of Laughter. A Veritable Scream.
by a body of Greenfield men.

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