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Aug. 31. 1914.
A. R. Roberts and family, of Spring
field, spent several days last week with
Mrs. Harriett Roberts and son, Reece.
Lydia Pigott is visiting her sister
at Martiusburg this week.
Frank Holmes and wife and daugh
ter, of Hillsboro, called on Isaac Stan
forth and daughter, Thursday.
Glenn Bell returned to Belmont,
Wash , Wednesday, after a ten days
visit with his parents here.
McMannis Eakinsana wife and son,
of Danville, were callers at the Eakins
home Sunday afternoon.
W. E. Barrere left last week for
Springfield, 111., where he has work.
Merle Lemon, of Hillsboro, spent
Sunday witn Lon Carr and'wife.
John Long'asale was well attended
last Wednesday. Mr. Long and family
will move to Greenfield this week.
The schools of tills township will
open Sept. 14.
Mrs. U. H. McConnaughey left today
for Dayton to visit her mother, Mrs
L. W Garen and wife entertained
relatives from Sugartree Ridge Sun
day. Dr. Edmonson and Miss Grace Gard
ner, of Hillsboro, called on Martha
Barrere Sunday afternoon.
Isaac Stanforth and daughter at
tended the Gal? Reunion at Belfast
Saturday and were guests of Robert
Hull and wife, Sunday.
VY. H. Pigott and wife are entertain
ing their son, of Springfield, this week.
Rev. J, H. Uolllngsworth spent last
week at West Mansfield and was the
guest of Rev. Cosby and family,
Albert BIshir and wife, of Illinois,
are the guests of Ed Franklin and
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Joe Miller and wife and son, Joseph,
of Hillsboro, spent Sunday with Nelson
Barrere Sr. and family.
Ora Simpson, of Greenfield, was the
guest of Paul Fawley last week.
I Aunt Mary McReynolds spent one
,day last week with her daughter, Mrs.
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Nelson Barrere Sr. is sick.
j Misss Amy Lemon accompanied Dr.
G. U. Cropper and family to Manches
ter last week where they were the
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Neta Miller was the guest of her
cousin, Mabel McConnaughey, at Dod
souvllle. last week. t
Clara Sonner and Edith and Gert
rude Long spent Sunday with Amy
The youngest daughter of John Ey
ler and wife was taken seriously ill last
Thursday and died within a lew hours
aged 1 year and 8 months. Thb funer
al services were held at the Baptist
church Saturday afternoon, conducted
by Rev J. U. nollingsworth ; inter
ment in the Baptist cemetery.
Aug. 31, 1014.
Willie Hawk and wife, of East Dan
ville, were guests of Ira Gossett and
wife, Sunday.
Robert McLaughlin and wife enter
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wife and son, LeRoy, of near Danville,
and Bertsyl McLaughlin and wife and
son, Doylo.
Leslie Pence and wife and sons, Har
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guests of John McCoqnaughey and
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0. E Barr and wife were guests of
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Woman's World
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and daughter, Laura, of Louisiana,
spent Friday with their cousins, P. H.
Shaffer and family.
John Newton and wife and son,
Dwight, of Hillsboro, and Mrs. Alva
Roush and son, Gary, of Littleton, were
guests of their parents, Jacob Stultz
and wife.
Misses Vera and Pearle Pratt are
visiting relatives at Columbus
P. H. Shaffer and wife entertained
a number of relatives and friends
W. S. Barker and wife entertained
Willie Turner and wife and Ozro Bar
ker and wife and baby,Kermlt,Sunday.
Misses Dorothy andZelma II art man
and Cecil Wardlow were guests one
day last week of Mrs. Wm. Brown, at
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Foust were
guests of relatives at Hillsboro one
day last week.
T. 0. Duncanson and wife and son,
of Lynchburg, and D. A. Pulllam and
wife and Charley Barlow were guests
of B. C. Donohoo and wife, at Sar
dinia, Sunday.
Mrs. Theodore Shaffer visited her
mother, Mrs. Nancy Cochran, Sunday.
Quite a number from here attended
church at Uollowtown Saturday night.
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One small strip of the coal fields dis
covered in the Antarctic continent
contains as much fuel as the unworked
fields of Great Britain.
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KnnsasCity Weekly Star
Farm Life
Everyday Life
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Woman's World
Home Life
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Kansas Cltj Weekly Star
Everyday Lile
Home Life
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Southern Kuralist
Home Life
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Farmer'sWkly DispntcMSt. Paul
Home Life
harm Life
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Rural Weekly (St. Paul)
Everyday Life
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American Home
Woman's World
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Everyday Life
Household Guest
Aug. 31, 1014.
Mrs. Margaret Gibler Is visiting T.
R. Vance and wife, at Harrisburg.
A. R. Williams and family spent
from Friday until Monday with rela
tives at Washington C. H.
Jas. Lelnlnger and wife attended
meeting at Sardinia Sunday.
Herman Vance spent Saturday night
with Harold Sonner.
Lida Tannehlll spent Sunday even
ing with Nondas Lelnlnger.
B. F. Morton and family, of New
Market, and Nat Tannehlll and wife
called on Wm. Sonner and family Sun
day evening.
Prof. T. E. Hulse, of Belllngham,
Wash., returned home Monday, after
spending several days with his mother,
Mrs. Rlssa Hulse.
Mrs. Wm. Harshbarger and daugh
ter, Vena, and Mrs. Rlssa Hulse spent
Sunday with Walter Harshbarger and
Clara Sonner spent Sunday with
Miss Amy Lemon.
Jacob Sanders and wife spent Sun
day with Geo. Sanders at Harrisburg.
Mrs. Roush, of Danville, spent Mon
day with Walter Harshbarger.
Mrs. Ora Jones and daughter, Mary,
of Salem, and Milton Storer,of Peebles,
spent last week at T. C. Custer's.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy.
"I advised the 'boys' when they en
listed for the Spanish war to take
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy with them, and have
received many thanks for the advice
given," writes J. H. Houghland, Eldon
Iowa. "No person whether traveling
or at home should be without this
great remedy." For sale by All Deal
ers, adv
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Aug. 31, 1014.
Mrs. James Elton, of Hillsboro, and
Mrs. Delia Morrow sDent Sunday at
the home of Alva Barrett, at Bridges
I George Ames and wife spent Sunday
with Mrs. Day, at Winchester.
I Everett McConnaha, of Shackelton,
spent Saturday night with Clarence
Walter Brown and family. Clarence
Sams and wife and daughter, of near
Beaver's Mills, and Harry Lyle and
wife, of Danville, spent Sunday with
Hamer Lyle and wife.
Miss Rella Bussey, of this place, and
Sylvester Smith, of near the Infirmary,
were married at the home of the bride
last Wednesday by Rev. Frank Mllner.
About 20 guests were present.
W. W. Wolfe and wife and Wm.
Rowe and wife spent Sunday In Sabina.
Clarence Turner and Vernon Ham
mond were guests of Mrs. Whorley, In
Greentield, lastThursdaj and attended
the band concert.
J. S. Lovett and wife were guests of
Wm Chrlsman and family Sunday.
Miss Grace Chrlsman returned from
a visit In Columbus last week.
Acute Indigestion.
"I was annoyed for over a year by at
tacks of acute indigestion, followed by
constipation," writes Mrs. Mrs. M. J.
Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended to
me for this complaint but nothing did
me much good until about four months
ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets ad vei
tlsed and procured a bottle of them
from our druggist. 1 soon realized
that I had gotten the right thing for
they helped me at once. Since taking
tvo bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects " Sold by All
Dealers. a(jv
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Aug 31, 1914
Mahlon Fry died at his home here
Monday morning, death resulting from
lock jaw. Funeral services were held
at the home here Wednesday afternoon
interment in new cemetery.
Rodney Tolle and son, Chester, hae
returned home, after visiting relatives
at Wilmington and Blanchester.
J. E. Chapman and wife were busi
ness visitors at Hillsboro, Thursday.
Miss Evelyn Frost, of Cynthlana, has
been the guest of her cousin, Miss
Mrs. OrvalRhoadsand Mrs. Richard
McKeehan were business visitors at
Cincinnati last week.
Mrs. JoeHlte, of Greentield, has
been visiting relatives here!! 7i
Jasper Suiter and wife visited near
Peebles, Friday.
The W. C T U. meeting was held
at the home of Mrs. Ida Cartwrinht.
1 Thursday afternoon.
NoahJ Garman and wife called on
Mrs. Jas. Rhoads Thursday evening.
Chester Rhoads and wife spent
Wednesday with Jas. Butler and wife.
Prayer meeting was held at the home
of T. C. Weaver Thursday evening.
Several from here are attending the
State Fair at Columbus this week.
Mrs. R. S. Treber called on Mrs.
Jennie Porter Thursday evening.
Rev. Kelly filled his regular appolnt
mentatthe M. E.church Sunday night
Mrs. Wm. Butler has returned home
after visiting her sister, Mrs. Harley
Nace, at Piketon.
School will soon begin with Hugh
Puckett and Glenn Tener as teachers.
Chamberlain's Liniment.
If you are ever troubled with aches,
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will appreciate the good qualities of
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used It with the best results. It is
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Aug. 31, 1914.
The pastures and late corn has been
greatly benefitted by the recent rains.
The school house has been white
washed and given a complete renova.
tlon for school which commences soon.
Jas. Smith, of Hillsboro, will soon
occupy the Alf Clark house at Round
Head, which he vacated about a year
Alice Nelson, of Vienna, Is spending
awhile with her sister, Mrs. Nina
.Stanley Klbler.of Wlllettsville.spent
Sunday with the family .of Lewis
Mrs. Louisa Thompson returned
home Sunday from a visit with her
daughter, at Sandusky.
Mrs. Frank Kester and daughter
of Farmers Station, spent Sunday with
home folks at Round Head,
Having taken up physical culture
exercises,. Mrs. Jones was asked If she
found it helpful.
"Helpful 1" she exclaimed "Why,
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