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Boost Hillsboro
Why is Greenfield so suc
cessful with her Chautauqua?
Everybody talks Chautauqua
and -attends.
Will you ask at least
two people if they expect
to attend the Chautauqua
this year ?
Fred Laflerty spent Sunday with
friends in Columbus.
Portiere Beads 5c a bunch at Stab
bier's. adv
Miss Edith Bridge, of Franklin, is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Priest.
The best 10c hose for children can
be bought at Stabler's. adv
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dog
gett, Monday, a daughter.
E E. Sanderson, of Kansas City, is
the guest of H. A. Boblnson.
i double sheets of fly paper for 5c at
Stabler's. adv
C. A. Malcolm has purchased a new
Ford Touring Car.
Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett are
spending their vacation at the Point
Jelly Tumblers 20c and 24c a dozen
at Stabler's. adv
Miss Alice Hussey is visiting rela
tives at New Vienna.
John Jolly, of Dayton, Is risitlng his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Hillsboro plcnlcers day at the Chau.
tauqua Thursday afternoon. Special
concert by the Hillsboro band, adv
Miss Edna Grove, of Carvallis, Ore.,
Is the guest of her cousin, Miss Har
riett Mahan.
Mrs. Ben P. Runkle spent Saturday
and Sunday with relatives at Cincin
nati. Opening day Hillsboro Chautauqua
Sunday, Aug. 10th, Hon. J. Adam
Bede and The Music Makers, adv
Mrs. Ernest Elliott Is attending the
Millinery Opening at Cincinnati this
Mrs. Flora Bayless returned Satur
day, from a visit with relatives at
Opening clay nuisboro utiautauqua
Sunday, Aug. 16th, Hon. J. Adam
Bede and The Music Makers, adv
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Keech, of Mid
dletown, are the guests of relatives
and friends here.
Miss Florine Roberts, of Remington,
is the guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
Flora Bayless.
Opening day Hillsboro Chautaqua
Sunday, Aug. 16th, Hon. J. Adam
Bede and The Music Makers, adv
Misses Ella Leslie and Mary Doggett
are attending the Millinery Openings
at Cincinnati, Dayton and Cleveland.
Misses Madge Faris and Lucille
Rldgway are attending the Greenfield
Chautauqua this week.
Wilbur Zlnk, of Misslssipi, who has
been visiting his father, Rev. M. P.
Zlnk, returned home, Saturday.
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Mrs. W. A. Teter, Mrs. Roy Barrett
and Mrs. Charley Teter, of Leesburg,
attended the Fair here, Friday.
Mrs. Ernest Schumacher entertained
Tuesday afternoon with cards for her
sister, Miss Alice Hussey.
Miss Narca Nelson is visiting Mfss
Genevieve Meyers, at Greenfield, this
Granville Barrere Is spending this
week with Harry D. Waddell at his
bungalow near the Caves.
Mrs. Hoyt Griffith and children, of
Pittsburg, Pa., are the guests of tho
former's mother, Mrs. M. F. Carroll.
Miss Catherine Mclntyre, of Cincin
nati, is the guest of her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Frank Mclntyre.
Miss Margaret Richards, who has
been the guest of Miss Katherlno
Evans, returned to her home at Sabina,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller and Mr.
And Mrs, O. M. Johnson visited rela
tives at Batavia from Saturday until
Mr. and Mrs. Elgar Barrere, of Clr
cleville, are visiting the former's
mother, Mrs. George W. Barrere Sr.,
and other relatives here.
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I Mr. and Mrs. Frank McMillan, of
Chicago, are visiting relatives here.
Miss May Larkln attended the
Chautauqua at Greenfield Sunday.
See Stabler's Special "Stimulator"
Sale Saturday. adv
Rev. L. E. Durr was a Cincinnati
visitor Monday.
Mrs. Stella M. Welch spent Tuesday
In Cincinnati.
Mrs. E. V. Carr is the guest of
friends in Reading.
Col. L. li. Boyd was a business vis
itor in Cincinnati Tuesday.
Don Asher is spending the week at
Howard Elmore and Ruther Heth
erlngton spent Sunday in Cincinnati.
Miss Marjorie Wilson is visiting
relatives at Newark and Zanesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Conway were
called to Clnclndatl Tuesday by the
sudden death of the latter's sister.
Miss Katharine Evans entertained
Saturday afternoon with cards for
her guest, Miss Mary Dillon.
John Blount returned to Lancaster
Monday, after spending the past week
with relatives here.
Stanley Switzer, of Seymour, Ind.,
visited friends here from Monday until
and machinists should
use Climax Hand Cleaner 10c a box
at Stabler's. adv
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Noftsger and
children are visiting relatives in Wil
mington. m
Frits Schwablle, of Huntington,
W. Va., was the guest of Hillsboro
friends Monday and Tuesday.
J. P. Elton, superintendent of the
S. & O. Home, Xenla, was in Hills
boro Tuesday.
Vernon McAdams returned Monday
from Cincinnati from a three weeks
visit with relatives.
Leave ypur order now for next Sun
day's Commercial Tribune and get a
War Map Free. Stabler. adv
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Otway Conard, Willard Wilson,
Ervln Evans and Ralph Sams spent
Sunday at Greenfield and Chillicothe.
Mrs. M. G. Mosler returned to her
home at Dayton Sunday after spend
ing the past week with relatives here.
Full concert, The Music Makers,
Hillsboro Chautauqua, evening ses
sion, Sunday, Aug. 16th. adv
Chester Malcom was the guest Sat
urday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Oscar Malcom.
Mrs. G. W. Robinson ann grandson,
of Shackelton, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Robinson last week.
Miss Anne Burke and Mrs. Earl
Rizer and daughter, Miss Ruth, spent
Monday In Cincinnati.
Full concort, The Music Makers,
Hillsboro Chautauqua, evening ses
sion, Sunday, Aug. 16th. adv.
Mrs. Mary Ferguson, of Covington,
Ky., is the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Carey Roads.
Mrs. Jesse Jacobs and children, of
Cincinnati, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Shaw.
Full concert, The Music Makers,
Hillsboro Chautauqua, evening ses
sion, Sunday, Aug. 16th. adv
Miss Leon Bacon, of Franklin, and
Miss Anna Moore were guests last
week of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dean.
Miss Harriett Ayres is' the guest
this week of Mrs. Joe Barnett, at
Mrs. Ermine Wood, of Columbus, is
the guest this week of Mr. and Mrs.
Homer Dean.
"Stimulator" Sale of men's wash
ties 7c each, and knit ties 17c each, at
Stabler's, Saturday, Aug. 15th. adv
Misses, Margaret and Ruth Myers
are visiting Prof, and Mrs. Peabody In
John Dawson and John Sturgeon, of
TJnlontown, Pa., are guests at the
home of their aunt, Mrs. Mary A.
Chas. A. McFarland, of Shelby
vllle, Ind., spent Saturday and Sun
day with his parents and daughter,
Miss Hazel.
Dr. Phillip Jeans, of St. Louis, Mo.,
and Ensign Howard Jeans, of 17. S. S.
Michigan are visiting their parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jeans.
Hon. S A. Probst, of Cincinnati, C.
B. Cox, of Leesburg, and Rev. Wilkin
will speak In the afternoon at the
Bethel celebration, Aug. 16,
Rev. G. D. Spallord has resigned the
partorate of the D. B. Church to ac.
cept a similar position with the First
TJ. B. Church in Denver, Col. He and
his family will remove to that city
about,Septembor 1.
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Stone's Cakes, Rusks and Coffee Cakes. All Hot Weather Specialties
We want your business. Try our goods and if you are not pleased your money returned without a word. Call
Misses Ruth Kent, Carrie ITolladay
and Esta Johnson are attending the
millinery openings at Cleveland this
C. G. Lewis, who has been visiting
his sister, Mrs Will Pence, will return
to his home at New Orleans, La.,
Miss Mary McMeekln, who has been
visiting her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ezra Stevenson, returned to her
home at Cincinnati Monday.
Mrs. G. W. Robison and grandson,
nubert Robison, from near Danville,
visited her son, H. A. Robison, and
family last week.
Kenneth Conard. Bennett Moore,
George McConnaughey and Dan Mor
gan are camping at the Point this
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Winkle are mov
ing this week Into the property owned
by M. L. Conway on the corner of Beech
and East streets.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Trop attended the
luneral of the former's brother-in-law,
J. H Medsker, at Wilmington Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers and Mrs.
Elizabeth Rizer attended the funeral
of John Medsker, at Wilmington,
Mr. and Mrs. William Head and
Miss Adina Head, of Highland, were
guests of Misses Margaret and Nannie
Falrley, the past week.
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Mr. and Mrs. George Ballentlne and
Mr. and Mrs. Burch Rlber wore guests
of Mr and Mrs. James Richards, at
Sabina, Sunday.
Miss Mary Dillon, who has been the
guest of Miss Katherlne Evans, re
turned to her home at Columbus,
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Head and Mr.
and Mrs. William Head, of Highland,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Head, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Walker and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fawley and
famllv attended the funeral of Mrs.
John Smith, at Pricetown, Sunday.
Harry Roush, of Cincinnati, return
ed home Saturday after a visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown and
children spent Sunday with the lat
ter's mother, Mrs. Susan Rltten
house. m
Mrs. H. M. Durkee and son, who
have been visiting the former's sister,
Mrs. Loyd Shirley, returned to their
home In Chicago Monday.
Mrs. Chris. Jotite who spent the
past week with Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Vance, returned to her home in Nor
wood Monday.
Mrs. Marion Overman and son who
have been visiting here the past month
returned to their home in Los Ange
les, Cal., Monday.
Miss Janette Matthews, who has
been visiting her cousin, Mrs. P. H.
Miller, returned to her home In In
dianapolis, Ind., Saturday.
There will be a non-competition
civil service examination held at the
court house here In Hillsboro Friday,
September 11, at 9 a. m. by the State
Civil Service Commission.
Miss Mildred Morgan entertained
her young lady friends with a very de
lightful party Thursday afternoon for
Misses Elizabeth and Virginia Suydam
of Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morrpw, who
have been visiting the former's sister,
Mrs. J. B. Spencer, went to Columbus
Tuesday, for a visit before returning
to their home at Tippecanoe City.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stapleton and
daughter, Edna May, and Mrs. Mc
Garraugh returned to their homes in
Dayton Monday, after a visit with
Mrs. Kate Doorley.
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The marriage of George E. Lyle and
Miss Anna Stevens, both of Dayton,
has been announced. Mr Lyle Is a
son of R. W. Lyle and- for many years
was a resident of this city.
Miss Anna Campbell and Miss Har-,
rlson, of Cincinnati, spent Wednesday
and Thursday with relatives here. I
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Fling are visit
ing relatives in Belfast. j
Misses Anna and Ida Hester re-'
turned to their home in Cleveland
"Wednesday, after a ten days visit with
Mr. ana Mrs, Frank Hester.
Mrs. John WInegardner, who has
been visiting relatives at Chicago the
past month, returned home Friday.
Miss Ruby Holt pleasantly enter
tained the L. L. L. Class of the Bap
tist S. S. Tuesday evening of which
E. W. Schumacher Is teacher.
Miss Helen Zlnk returned home
Monday from a visit at Charleston, W.
Va. Misses Catharine and Isabel Mc
Clure, of Columbus, accompanied her
home for a visit.
Miss Irene Rltteger returned to her
nome at Hamilton Monday after spend
ing the past week with Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Krebs. Miss Margaret Krebs
accompanied her home for a short
John Pfarr will clean and press anc
mend that suit until It will look
good as new. I also do dry! cleaning.
Give me a cal). Brunner's Shoe
Shop. adv
Farmer's Picnic.
There will be a Farmer's Picnic to
be held Aug. 20, In Amey's Grove,
two miles west of Mowrystown, on the
Mowrystown and Buford Pike.
The speakers to be present are Chas.
Swain, Speaker of House of Represen
tatives, Cincinnati, ana Lester S.
Ivlns, Supervisor of Agricultural
Education for South Western District
of Ohio, Lebanon. All day meeting,
full program- Come early.
Prlvllages to be sold at Mowrystown
Aug. 17, at 11 o'clock.
Campbell and His Poem.
At a dinner where Thomas Campbell
and Lord Nugent were present the con
versation drifted from the use of Latin
words in English to monosyllabic
verse. Some one expressed a doubt
whether two consecutive lines compos
ed of words of one syllable could bo
found In our language. Lord Nugent
at once quoted:
"By that dread name we wave tho sword
on high
And swear with her to live, with her to
Campbell said be did not believe In
the lint's and asked where they came
from. Lord Nugent said, "From your
own 'I'U'UMuro of Hope.' " "How do
you know that?" asked the poet. "I
know it all by heart," replied Nugent.
"I'll bet you a guinea you can't repeat
It," said Campbell. The bet was taken
and Nugent started declaiming. The
pnot soon got tired and said: "I see
you know the poem. Don't go nuy
further." The other Insisted upon re
peatlng the whole poem or claiming
double stakes, and Campbell paid the
extru guinea In order to be spared the
recital of the poem which hud made
tilm famous which be hud forgotten
The World a Looking Glass.
Anotole France, in one of those de
llghtful monologues of his which, when
he receives his friends and nil who
care to visit him at the Villa Said, go
by the name of 'conversation." though
nobody ever talks but M. France, told
us one day about bis mother.
"She used to sacrifice my father to
me n little." be said. "I always came
first She taught me all day long, and
her lessons have been my guide ever
since. I remember one day she show
ed me some little faces over a door
way. 'You see they are laughing,' she
said. A few days afterward, when we
passed them again, she told me to look.
They are not laughing today,' she said.
They cannot know you've been naugh
ty, you think, and yet you can see
they're not pleased with you. It will
always be like this. Whenever you
do wrong everything will look re
proachful The leaves, the sun. the
moon, will look unhappy when you
have misbehaved. The world Is a
looking glass, my boy.' "John N, Ra
phael in London Globe.
The queen of Denmark carries 25
hats with her when she goes on vaca
tion trips.
After dinner mints 10c a pound at
Stabler's. adv
Fred Larkln, of Cleveland, will ar
rive here Saturday for a visit with
Misses Edna and Helen Callahan, of
Columbus, are guests of Dr. and Mrs.
C. D. Wright.
George Shack returned to his home
in Columbus Monday, after a visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schwelnsberger.
Misses Ruth Cole and May Larkln
went to Greenfield today to spend the
remainder of the week.
Dr. Charley Smith, of Kansas City,
Mo , arrived here Monday for a visit
with his mother, Mrs. Anne Smith.
A. H. Hull was called to Carey, O.
Wednesday by the death of his slster-In-law,
Mrs. C. II. Hull.
Mrs. Clara Brunner and children re
turned home Tuesday from a two
weeks visit with relatives at Ports
mouth. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoyt and
daughter, of Mt. Gllead, are guests of
the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs.
William Hoyt.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlev Wilkin and son
of Washington C. H., are visiting the
laitei'd parents, Mr. ana Mrs. W. N.
A household remedy In America for
25 years Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil.
For cuts, spralns.burns.scalds, bruises.
25c and 50c. At all drugstores, adv
Miss Josephine Roush left Tuesday
morning for Columbus, Cleveland and
Chicago at which points she will at
tend the millinery openings and pur
chase an up-to-date line of millinery
The Whiteoak Township Sunday
School Association will hold a Temper
ance Rally In the United Brethren
Church at Mowrystown, Sunday, Aug.
19, at 2:30 p. m. S. A. Propst, Supt.
of the Cincinnati Division of the Anti
Saloon Leagues, will be the speaker
and every cltzlen of the townships
should hear him.
All day Harvest Meeting to be held
at the Strait Creek Valley church of
the Brethren, one mile south of Sink
ing Spring, Sunday Aug. 23, 1914. Rev.
D. II. Keller, Pastor of the W. Dayton
church will be the speaker of the day.
All are cordially Invited to come and
spend the day. Also evening service
at 8 p, m.
Where Quality Counts
A Theatre with a Reputation for good Shows.
No. 12 of the "Kathlyn" Series.
The Greatest Detective Story Ever Staged
In Four Massive Parts. A Thrill for Eyery Turn of
the Crank. Events that will Stir. Incidents that will
BIG SPECIAL MATINEE 1:30. Night 7 p. m.
REMEMBER! We will be closed the first five days
of the Chautauqua. Open again on Saturday, Aug. 22.
Our Chautauqua comes but one week in the year.
We are here the other Fifty One Weeks.
Florence Turner Thursday, Aug. 27 Th3 Murdock Trial
Cool, nourishing Milk Shake 5c a
glass at Stabler's Fizzing Fountain.
Mrs. Edward Maxwell and daugh
ters, of Newton, III., are guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Ernest Krebs.
Miss Helen Zlnk entertained Tues
day with a luncheon for her guests,
Misses Catharine and Isabel McClure.
Largest Line of Aluminum Ware
ever sold in Hillsboro.
Glenn Bell, who Is attending the
Bellingham Normal School at Belling
lum, Wash., Is visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. P S. Bell, at New Mar
ket. Elwood Smith and Miss Irene Beek
man, both of Sinking Spring, were
married by Rev John Howard at the
Children's Home last Thursday, Au
gust 0.
Robert H. Hook and Miss Myrtle
E. Roads, both of Hillsboro, wera
united in marriage, August 5 at the
Children's Home. Rev. John Howard
Chas. E. Htxson, formerly county
treasurer, and for many years a resU
dent of this city, now of Erie, Pa.,
spent Thursday and Friday with
friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Suydam, of
Cincinnati, were guests of their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. W. Spargur,
Sunday They were accompanied
home by their daughters, Misses Vir
ginia and Elizabeth, who have been
visiting here the past week.
All the groceries In town have
agreed to close on the afternoon of
Thursday, August 20 on account of
the lecture of Dr. Cook at the Chau
tauqua, and all the banks and most
of the other business places wil close
on both Wednesday and Thursday af
ternoon. Wells Fargo & Co. have Issued a very
clever set of Express Poster Stamps.
Six stamps are in the series and show
the developement in the transporta
tion of express. Starting with the
Clipper-ship bringing gold down the
California coast, next is shown the
messenger on horse back, then the
stage coach, than the ordinary railroad
train, then the express train and the
last illustration shows the delivery of
express by the motor truck. The
stamps Impress on one the remarkable
developement in transpostation in the
last sixty years.
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