Hamilton Evening Journal from Hamilton, Ohio on May 23, 1919 · Page 16
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Hamilton Evening Journal from Hamilton, Ohio · Page 16

Hamilton, Ohio
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Friday, May 23, 1919
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H. J M I L T O N E (Vfl N I N O J 0 O A-H A L FRIDAY, MAT 83, 1919. Cosmetics only hide skin trouble l i Whether it i» n serious affection l i k e ec?enm, or just a pimply, rough ami unattractive complexion, you can usually rely on Resinol Ointment and Resinol Soap lo set Jl right, promptly, easily and at little cost. KcsEnol Ointment stops itching instantly. , · 'Hie daily use of Resinol Soap for tlie toilet is sufficient loo keep most complexions clear, Ircsli and glowing; Kcsinal Soap cnnfjln notriine lltit could In- Jure o r l r r i u t e U s e f r « - rfrreitsk\\i even of 4 liny tuby. TricyrlMf away imniilesfr redness and druff. and /orria nitx-( v a l u a b l e h a u s e l i n l d CONTRERAS fty«rl«l To 'I'bc J o u r v B I . Cotilrerns, 0., May 21. Mr, and Mrs. L. L, Slmltz enter- tainod visitors on Sunday of t h n jxtst week, j Mr. nnd Mrs. John Baldon a n d ; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wbileman nnd j daughter Irene were t h e guests o f . Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Metrical on 'Stuidny of the past week. .\ti'. and Mi's. Kluiore Frechtling nnd son David, of Hamilton; Mr, nnd Mrs. Maurice Fields and daughter Blanche Ellen and Mrs. D. W. Fields spent the pnst Sunday afternoon with Mr. nnd Mrs. William Stantou nnd daughter Bernice. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fields and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Real nnd son A r t h u r , of Oxford, motored to Hami l t o n on .Saturday evening. Mr. Henry, of the Oxford Lumber! company, called on U I;. Shnlty. on| Sunday morning. j Mrs. 1). W. Fields and son Vance, Mr. and Mrs. William Slanton and daughter Bernice motored to Eaton Sunday, where they spent t h e \lny ' with Mr. and Mrs. Norval Duke ami family. Miss N'ola Stantou was t h e guest of Mr. and Mrs. \Viil I j n l l o i x t c a u x over Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor visited in' H a m i l t o n on S a t u r d a y . Ltnes to Be Remembered. A man who Is good euou!;li 10 shed liis blond for Ids {-oimlry Is trnrid enough to tie jilven » yiiiiiiro i l i - n l nfft'r- ward. More Hum {hat no n i n n Ja en- Illlcil lo. nnd Ic^s t h a n I l i n l no mini stinl] hnve.--Tlieodore Itoosevelt. 7 ol otil cuBtomcrn UK U. Tlie7 pur- chied upon our rrcommendftttou KDII ctmran- tee to m a k e gooi] llnotBatlslactorr. hot] uow e v e r 7 t i s c r r c c o u i m c Q f l B i t t o others. PAIKJr-OOTDererfalU. llmakw aod te«p» trtenda. I t r e l l e T e a t h e r n l a alioofit Innuntl7- Ulcea ont the jnBamtlon and literally mcLu Rviav the buQion enlT^eiueQt. I Our F K K K trial offer will convince you. We r u a t a m e e ro" the utmost Eal'ulacliou or all ·yoiiT-mnueT tjack. Ocl your bos locla; Bceler Drug Stores. EDGAR K. WAGNER (Former Instructor at the Cincinnati College of Embalming) FUNERAL DIRECTOR BOTH PHONES 228 BEATON ST. UNITED STATES RAILROAD ADMINISTRATION Director General of Railroads Pennsylvania Lines CHANGE IN TIME OF TRAINS Sunday, May 25, 1919 Consult Ticket Agent for Particulars. KODAK We Have The Kodaks and Supplies Nearly every occasion --indoors and out -demands a Kodak to make a permanent record of the happenings. When yon go on a. walk--Kodak. When .yon go oil a motor trip--Kodak. When yoxi go fishing, cuinp- hig, picnicking, canoeing--Kodak. Wo havi! Kodaks and Cameras in all si/.cs. Let us do your Developing and Printing The Forbes Todd Co. 217 High Street- Bifhop Byrne Celebrates His Silver Jubilee Honor Co||ng Liberty, J i j , v tWTONRDN iffflMl (ffJt'ifJflUfiml. (. ,,. . .-; . - . . . ...ppiBn.Rrin;'"O./^fay 22.. Sunday 'cvdnift^ Will Pr?scflfhe ;Dis The Catholic Columbian printed t h e folloxving:, -On M a y . l O t h i t was t w e n y - f i v e years since RI-. Rev. Thomas S. Byrne, D. D., was appointed bishop of Nashville, Tenn., and on May 22d lii.s lordship rounded out f i f t y years in the priesthood. Bishop Byrne is a native of Hamilton, Ohio, born July 2fl, 1^11. l i e received his preliminary e d u c a t i o n in (he public schools of Hamilton and at the 'age of eleven s t a r t e d jo \vork, subsequently becoming an, expert mnelun- ist. He attended the prepavatory seminarj- of St. Thomas, Bardstown, Ky., and later St. Mary's of Hie 'West, graduating in 1305. He spent three years ut the, American college, Rome, and was ordained to the priesthood in Cincinnati, May 22, 1SC9. Shortly a f t e r his ordination Father Byrne was made professor nnd treasurer of Mt. St. M a r y ' s seminarj', Cincinnati, which position he held for nine years. From ISCf) to 188C lie was chaplain to the Sisters of Charity, Delhi, being Ihcn appointed rector of St. Petcr/s Cathedral, Cinc i n n a t i . The following year he was selected reel or of St. Mary's seminary. On May 10, .1804, lie was appointed bishop of Nashville and on July 25th of l h a t year he was consecrated as successor of lit.' Rev. Jos^ eph Rndcmachcr, who was transferred lo Ft. Wayne, Ind. ~~ Bishop Byrne is also an niit'nor o considerable fame, being the author l o t ' "Man From a Catholic P o i n t - o f View," which was read at the Parliament of Religions in 1003.·· McGONIGLE -·prclBl T The Juuruxt. McGouigle, 0., May 22. I The Misses Myrtle YV'agonfield aul| Maureno Gillespie. attended the S n n - j day school convention at Hamilton Friday.and Sahu'day.. A large crowd was present at the hoinc-coniing Siiuclny, who had the pleasure to listen to our former pastor, R^.v. J. W. Wuriz, o! Dayton, and 'in the afternoon the .presiding elder, Rev. D u n h a m , gave a good talk cm., the Centenary movement, which proved a .great success and went over the top on t h e i r quota. Jfr. and Mrs. J. \Vi Fichler" entertained , tho following at Ei o'clock dinner Werlnesdny evening: Mr. and Mrs.. Charles ShnlYer, the Misses Helen Grissom, M a r t h a Waldorf, Marguerite Wood, Hay C l a r k , Nellej Beckett, of Riiey; M y r t l e Wagon-! Held, Herman and Howard Wngon- ficld, Howard, Earl and Glen derher. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. IT. Wngonfleld =ipent Sunday at Cincinnati. I Mrs. Mary .]. Oylor has returned i homo after several months' visit ivilh relatives nl Harrison. j Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Oyler enter-l tained Saturday and Sunday Mrs. Naomi Oyler and daughter, Miss Pearl, of Harrison; Miss Mayhcth Ovler nnd Flanor Conlthard, of Price Hill. - , i Miss Oral Sonimcrs and Paul F.ar- l i a r t , of Eaton, spent Sumtav evening w i t h Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Picliler. Miss- LuelVa tiAigei's, of Hamilton, spent Suiul.iy with her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Brown. WOODS Preaching services next · Sunday evening .(it 8 o'cloek ''by Rev. T. Stattlcr. ' ·'"· Miss Pearl .Dare spent:'Saturday' night 1 arid'Sunday I he giiesi.' of Miss Zclma Stenger. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Slovens and daughter Verna, of Hamilton, spent Saturday and Sunday with-. Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Stevens and-daughter. Howard Jackson mid -.Raymond Thicmnnn spoilt Sunday at New Baltimore. Mr, nnd Mrs. Snmuel Hutchinson and children, of Oxford, visited the latfer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will i a m Hancock, and son Sunday. · Mis Orpba Smith, of CUcndnle, spent the week-end with her sister. Miss Myra. S m i t h , at the home of Clara and .Anna Crane. Miss A.miahello Cornetions, of near Oxford, spenl Sunday wild her prandmolher, Mrs. \Viliinm Joyce. Miss H n t h Jnekson, accompanied by Cllcn Kamscy, of Morning Sun, spent Sunday Hie guest of 'friends and relatives at Middlclown. Misses Pojirl Dare and Zclmn Stinger a t t e n d e d the Sunday school (·(invention at U n m i l l o n Saturday. Qnilo a number, from here attended . the home-coming at MeGoniglo ·Snmlnv. - i , Lumber and Mill Wot at dircct-fronvmiH prices! W RITE for complete mHI work catalog. It sliows a few select house plans. We quote direct mill prices on every item of rough lumber and finished mill work peedcd for any house, barn, garage, factory or repair job. Send us your list of materials needed, or have your contractor send it, and get our delivered prices, ' · ' ' Our direct method of selling ciiM selling costs, Ixxaition nt a freight "rate breaking" point cuts trunsixrtation charges. Buying and manufacturing in the largest hardwood lumber market in the country enables vis to ^ select better material find give you a quality product, We hrwe been marketing thcMulim quality mill worV for fifteen years--linv« been wWn« it to W* u»er» foe building whole vllbuci--like Fircaionc Pnrk, Ohio, etc. Now we offer you ttic direct benefit of our l«ic enperience--and our low price* baseil on Quantity prodiction. , : W* permit examination of foods, Refund money it you're not *sti*fi«d. Writ* tottoy. Get our d*/iv*rM/ pfic*. £M wh*t your *vinf would h*, ' The Sterling bin^C^!^:, Emblem friday. i Ghillieotho, 0., Xlay 23 Chillicotlie, 0.,. May'S3!. 1 Corporal Andran- .Irigang of On 120th I n f a n t r y will lie! presented with a Distinguished Service 'Cross at Camp Sherman Friday' afternoon Tt is expected Major General fileun. will pin (he coveted; medal on Ms brcnsl before several thousand soldiers s f a t i n n r d here. Corporal Irr- icniig's home is at Liberty, Ind. The citation stales thai the, cross is awarded for heroism iivaclion and under tiro nt UnJleconri, Kwmcp, in September. Corporal Irrgang has been discharged and was liomu .when the meiial came. Officers got in com- iniinicnlion w i t h him and lie agreed to come on any day named.) Friday was fixed for the ceremony. · REISER SCHOOL Special To The Journal. Reiser School,. May 22. William nnd Millon- Mehl-. vvcre Saturday u'flcmooip· guests- of liay- nionri utid Howard SclimuUlcr. Mr. and Mrs. A r t h u r Lueo.hauei attended Ihe concert given by the Glee club of tho Capitol university at tile hiah school a u d i t o r i u m Saturday evening. Miss (fauna Horning-" and ."friend v i s i t e d 1'aul Rahmps at. .phrist. hos- · p i t a l of Cincinnati 'Sunday after- I noon. . ; ! Mr. and Mrs. John ITirffman were guests of their daughter^ Mrs. J. P Tragossar, of Venice, Sunday n f l e r noon. Mr. and Mrs. -Leonard Vogel, Miss Barbara Unli.icr n.ud Mr. and Mrs Arthur' Luechniief "and daughter Sn- lomn motored to Cincinnati Sunrla and spent t h e afternoon' ' a t Eden park. While there they called on Mr. and Mrs. Chris Smith and fam- iiiy. Mrs. Otto Sloneker and dimghtci Virgie and Mrs. R, I'. Jones spent Monday Jiftem^on iviih Mrs. Harry Becler. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Sidney McConuick and sou Donald dined Mrs. and Mrs. 13. P. TTilcman and daughter Edith. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Keim and sons 1'Vaneis and Rnssel visited w i t h Mr. and Mrs. John Schmulider and family Thursday evening. ifr. and Mrs. Dan Heeler were Sunday quests of J[r. and Mrs. Harry Beelor and family. Misses Carlene and Mnry Springer and friend- attended a dance at Reily Tuesday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Otto Sloneker and daughter Virgie e n t e r t a i n e d at a prettily appointed 12 o'clock dinner Sunday the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. K. K. MoConnielc nnd son .John, Mr. and Sirs. Glenn Chambers and daughters Margaret, Alice, nnd Irene, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bniloy, Mrs. ITnle and n d n g h t n r Virginia, Mrs. Ferris and Will Pemlry. Mr. nnd Mrs. Glenn -Rollings of Cincinnati were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. .lohn Selimu'tlzcr and family. Mr. and Mrs. O t t o tloraing and little d a u g h t e r L i l l i n u Kponl Suiulay with Mr. ami Mrs. Oscnr So.Iimidt of Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Cliris Springer nnd family p n t e r t n i n c d Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Rcider of Cnrilingo nnd Jfr. nnd Mrs. ,lneoh Snider and son Robert of lackland. Mr. nnd Mrs.. W n l t e r irnt-ning', Mr. and Mrs. Albert liomohr and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Horning and son Carl motorrtd to Flockton Sunday and vis- ile.d wilh Mr. and Jfrs. Slcphnn .larqupmin and family. ·lorn-rial for: U»llin»-iCnnl ; '. '.phares -spent 'Sfr. nnd'itrs. Miss Alnia^Kihg is visiting- Miss 'Opal Witlirowy'bt Artfa'riiiim. Mr.- and Mrs. Clarence Xollera, of Trenton, -were-, tha guests- Su'uday of Mr. : Hnd Mrs. iIolmrGooduvan. William; .Schneider, of:..Hamilton, ipent several days w i t h Mr. and Mrs. lolm Iiiichhcit,'.sr. . . - : - , - ' ; '···· · Mr. nnd Mrs.-Charles Wirtiny'-nnd Pnniily,. of -Trenton, were =ttie v guests "Sunday of Mr. and--Mrs. ^Vill'iam Trusted and family.: ; : " · Mr. nnrt Mrs. Qorriian Angst-and family, Mrs. I j R q l t a I'lliinter- * and rliildrcn. Mr. and Mrs. lioiiio 'Angst ind children, Mr, and..Mrs.: Alphonse Paler and .Mrs. 'Krobs.' mojored ·'· to Gennaniown Sunday afternooni'··'·'- Mr. and Mrs. John Buehheit; or., nd children motored to Daytqn Sunday nnd spent the day .\vilh M^r.'mid Mrs., Oscar Mills. '·'.-. ';·-..;:. ::·':'-.' Mr. nnd Mrs. Pot or NOTICE loolcss Soda ^mintjjinv.itjst ,111- slnllcd rit Fnniba'cii'ii, ' ' O r n m l boulevard. , ly · I can serve my 'friend^ ;and liatrons with (he best ice cream sodas, dopes, snndoc»,'i*1o^ ,'iisi^g only tho purest and ^bwfrfflavoTs nnd fruits. Your patronage will he greatly npprccinted. Gut Fambach ; ;i 1022 Oraml Bouleranl. '' ' ' ' ' ' l Sundny a f t p r n o o n . w i t h M^rJand Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Adam StnlhebcV"'nnd| children, Mr. nnd Mrs.- Franki-Corii-j thwaite · and-' -Le«.;-Co-ruthwute spent Sunday, with.;Mr.';aiad- Mrs,; James King.:".-.';-; : i.;: ' t V ' ' 1 . ^ . ' ' · ' A^r. and ;^Mrs. '·' Diehard - IlardiB spent Sunday ,wi(.h,,relatiyes,:' Misses Kmmd and'Lillian Bnelilieit entertained 'Wednesday night Freda Allspaoli, Afurgaret Hiinter. and Mnr- gnrct Triistor.- · · , - . ' . ; . · . . . ^ » » ,------.; You want t f i o Johrnn,! to'give your 'ie affairs, a f.ree notice, why not let t h e ' . l o n r i m l print llie t i c k grams, etc. Pricpij as loiv as elsewhere. ' '.'..'' 13--[f XlUrr'rt A l i n ^ e ] i t l o 01^ Kllll^vn H* . SnaktOii l*nLn K i l l e r and A i i t l N ^ p t f c Kor rhonmat'f^m. 'nOiii'iitft;(r\, lumbn^o, s t i f f and awoken J o l n t K , c u r n f i or whsilovor the p n l n . iiiny* Ii6. U is KiiUl lo Vio w! tho lit an eqiiAl:i Knr CIIIM, burns, brulso-s, HOPO lhro:i t JUH! oronji, it hns ))een f^iim'd most 'cffci'.ilvo. Accept no RnbstlLutp,". ' T h i s · (front ol! is g-oMcn reel color only. Tliure Is n o t l i - tne; UUfi i l . l-'\'ery l o t t l e t-u;tr;iittoca. JSOe, tiOft finiJ $1.00, or -niomiy i-ftCnmloil nt Rnrtelltfc Drug: Co.--Atlv. , After aii,4he vitality of the car depends on --the battery I F the ignition is not absolutely right, no part of the car can function properly. Many a car stays in the old- age class, while, in reality its life is barely' half spent -- because its. nerves are paralyzed by a fai£#j£ lottery. . ; . The Eveready Storage Battery has proved a veritable fountain of youth for thousands of such cars. The guarantee it earccp- . tional--but the perform' once of the EaereaJy makes it eaty for u* to ' mae good. Yet, o year and a half. Economy Vulcanizing .Tire Company, -.'·' ' Market St., Between 3rd ami 4th The satisfaction of Hying had in your tome a loaf of t.ti« BOM BAKERY BREAD will linger in your memory long after tha days of the war liread are over. B I ADER'S OSTON AKERY Cor. TMrd »nd Court Eta, Both Phones. .p. .11 .t.Mlud r.^.. ,1 Slor«. B.U.ViM. PURE SOAP and WATER The Sanitary Way AMERICAN SANITARY LAUNDRY Either Phone 767 Send Us Your Blankets. Schwenn Coal Co. Smokeless. Anthracite, Borderland and Red Jacket HOME PHONE 571 BELL PHONE 23-X R E P A I R AND REPAINTING Jl' A u t o m o b i l e s ; done' by .Experts. I f your car needs a t t bring it lin.rc w h e r e yon will be sure of satisfactory work. GRAF MOTOR CAR CO. WALNUT AND B. 0. RY. Don't Dream About It- DO IT Wh»t'i the uii»'of'lre»niiii'yanrielt to fortnn«1 Win fortan*. Th«n it won't T»nUh wh«n yon w»k« in the morning. _ B«ing » "WEEKLT SAVBB" will bring jron to yoni Join the nnkt M- 'ttiew determined one* aod when you h»v« k«pt liep with tbew.'for 62 week*,. TOO will eootiaiw the m»reh to pro*- perity fiitoi. . . j . . ' - /' Jointh* Limit ;cinb , * · ·. i- ' - · ·' National Bank for th« EOMT '

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