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THE NEWS-HERALD, HJDLLSDORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2908
If you need anything in the Clothing line it will pay you to give
KB THE IRON-CLAD
1RANVILLS QARRERE, SSd
'UBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
'ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE $ 1 .00
IF NOT PAID IN ADVANCE, 11.23.
Catered at PostoCQce Hlllsboro, Ohio
aa second class matter.
'Will be Made Known on J Application
"But the greatest of these is char
It's just like being rich and spend
ing the winter in the South.
This Is one day of the year when
'the vegetarian sort o' regrets It.
Your Thanksgiving dinner will
taste better If you have flavored it
-with a good deed.
You have something to be thankful
ior If you have lightened the burden
Perhaps the old adage will have to
fce amended to "November showers
bring December flowers."
Uncle Andrew seems to think that
a certain infant industry is old
enough to be weaned.
mhould have those vote counters
Tplnched for cruelty.
News note says that cracker manu
facturers are going to increase the
price of their product. Poor Polly -
Being in the
after all. Roast
lesque show are
"pen" Isn't so bad
turkey and a bur
on the bill of fare
If John D. collects hia witness fees
In time there's nothing to prevent
hlm having mince pie with his dinner
to-day in moderation, of course.
The "window In your sole" alluded
to in an advertisement in the esteem
ed Greenfield Journal doubtless refers
to some one who needs the services of
The merchant who packed his sum
tmer goods away and laid In a large
Htock of winter goods doesn't enjoy
-this balmy, vernal weather like some
of the rest of us, This Is one season
that the average man haa got his
-money's worUt out of his spring suit ;t
NSjV fiJ' Hirt Schsflher U Man Jvfy
E. H. McCLURE & CO.,
"Count that day lost whose slow
ascending sun doesn't rise on a rifled
rural postofllce," appears to be the
motto of a large and Industrious ele
ment of the population.
The editor went hunting one day
last week. The provisions of the law
limiting the amount of 'game bagged,
alone prevents him inviting all his
friends to a game dinner.
Caution : If you go hunting and
game Is scarce don't use a rural mail
box for target practice. Three New
town Dianas did this last week and it
coat each of them 950 and trimmings.
Any of our many phllanthroplcally
Inclined rich folks have a chance to
win the undying gratitude of a considerable-element
of the colored popu
lation by unholsterlng the rim of the
The arrival of the stork or at least
"a" Btork Is expected at the White
House soon. One of President Roose
velt's Hoosler admirers captured one
a few days ago and is going to present
it to the president.
The Xenla Herald has launched a
gubernatorial-presidential boom for
Matt Denver. Evidently Editor Rice
believes In following the advice of the
old Spencerlan copy book and grasp
ing time by the forelock.
An Old Man Grump Club has been
organized at Covington, Ky, There
is plenty of material for a lodge of
the order here. It is needless to
specify those eleglblc as charter mem
bers, for you all know them.
Inquirer: No, It doesn't always
turn cold after a thunder storm In
November. Nevertheless, our agri
cultural editor strongly advises
against planting corn and potatoes
this time of the year particularly If
you first saw the last new moon over
your left shoulder.
The News-Herald takes pleasure
In printing church notices, but our
friendB of the clergy should get thorn
Into the office as early as possible.
After the noon hour on Wednesdays is
entirely too late, This applies, as
well, to various other kinds of an
nouncements. Looking over the 1807 files of the
News-Herald we note the headlines
reading: "It's a Sure Go) The
Electric Line Between Hlllsboro and
Chllllcothe will be Built." We be
lieve that as it was in the News
HEnAT,p it must be so. But we're
glad we didn't commit ourselves as to
he "when" of It.
ALWAYS something special; always something new. There is a
good reason why the crowd buys here, and it will pay you to inves
tigate. OUR MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS are made to
fit and hold shape, wear and give satisfaction. Good wear at 5.00,
style and wear at $7.50, good quality, style and wear at $10.00.. High
class material, quality, style and wear at $12.50.
Buys you the best made Clothing at our store you can buy anywhere.
If you don't buy more than one suit or overcoat at a time, be sure and
get the best for your money. The all wool fabrics, the perfect tailoring,
the exactness of style and design are the special features of these
clothes. We are constantly demonstrating to our customers that fine,
ready-made clothes are superior in style, tailoring and even fit, to the
work done by the ordinary custom tailor.
The esteemed Ripley Bee notes that
a trio of Clnclnnatlans that went to
that place on a hunting expedition
last week took with them 480 bottles
ol liquid refreshment. The average
Cincinnati hunter might forget his
ammunition, but 6ome of the other
necessities never 1
How Many Sundays ?
Wc have seen articles In a number
of papers and one of our contempor
aries recently published one stating
that there were 53 Sundays in this
year, and of what an unusual event
this was and that It would not occur
again for 110 years. Now this may
be so, but If it is either we can not
count or the calanders He. There
arc, however, 63 Wednesdays and
Thursdays this year and in 1011 there
will be 53 Sundays unless the way of
computing time is changed or the
world comes to an end. Any one who
stops to think a moment knows that
there are 53 of one day In the week in
each year and that every seven years
there will be 53 of this same day. The
, only exception to this Is at the end of
a century when leap year la missed
and then It will take eight years for
this to occur. The start of this piece
of supposed news Is probably due to
some poor editor wanting something
with which to fill space and falling
back on his Imagination.
Nut Chocolate Caramels.
"Nut Chocolate Caramels are a
rich, delicious confection, Immensely
popular," Bays Fannie Merrltt Farm
er In Woman's Home Companion for
December. ''Put three and one half
tablespoonfuls of butter In a sauce
pan, and when melted, add two cup
fuls of molasses, one cupful of brown
sugar, and one cupful of milk, Stir
until the sugar Is dissolved, bring to
the boiling point, add four and one
half squares of unsweetened choco
late, and Btlr constantly until the
chocolate la melted, Let boll, until,
when tried In cold water, a firm ball
maybe formed In the fingers. Re
move from the range, add one and
one half teaspoonfuls of vanilla and
one half pounds of almonds, blanched
and chopped. Turn into a buttered
pan, cool, and cut In small squares."
NINA B. GLENN
Tbaohhu or Piano
Douglu BoxiU. Cincinnati CooMtratotrjr si Mu
sic. Otto Pfffrkofn, Df ensu Gxusrvatory of
our store a visit, as we are offering excellent values in everything
CLOTHING STORE IB
A Christmas Blottor.
"With two large sheets of blotting
paper of contrasting colors and an
ordinary little calendar pad may be
made an extremely useful gift," says
Woman's Home Companion for De
cember. "Out of the large blotters
cut twelve small ones of uniform size
about ten by iour Inches. Paste a
'month' from the calendar, one on
each small blotter, and with the col
ors alternating. Keep the twelve
together by tying ribbon around them,
with a pretty bow on top. Each
month a fresh blotter may be slipped
from under the ribbon and the month's
calender Is right at hand. Red and
green blotters tied with red ribbons
are a Christmas combination."
Over In Zanesvllle they have just
gotten through a county local option
election. That It was not without Its
humorous Incidents, the following
story from the Zanesvllle Signal shows:
He sat In a barber's chair Saturday
evening, and after he had been shaved
and the barber was about to brush
his hair, the barber Inquired as he
picked up the bottle of water to wet
his hair :
"Wet or dry?"
The man in the chair looked cau
tiously around the shop, saw a num
ber of men present, and In a stage
whisper answered the barber.
"Ihavn't told anybody how I am
going to vote," Bald he.
Thanksgiving: on Monday.
A movement Is on foot to have
Thanksgiving day changed to Mon
day Instead of having it on Thursday,
and the arguments put up in favor of
the changea are very convincing. In
the first place, ur.der the present
custom a person has only two days In
which to recover sufficiently from the
Thanksgiving dinner and Its concomi
tant Indigestion to be .in a state of
mind to attend church Sunday, while
If the holidays were celebrated on
Monday there would be five days In
which to recuperate. This argument
Is our own, but we consider it quite
as forceful as those of originators of
the movement, who point out that by
celebrating on Thursday the week la
cue fairly in two ; that business men
would prefer to have it on Monday,
and that the change would give school
teachers three consecutive days of
freedom Saturday, Sunday ana Mon
day. Albany Press.
Finest line of ladles back and side
combs In Highland county, 10c, to 60c.
at The Economy Store.
I will offer at public sale on the farm
of Mrs. L. C. Kesler, late deceased,
1 miles south-west of Hlllsboro, on
Friday, December 4, 1008, the follow
ing property, to-wlt: Twelve head
of horses one Roan Marc, 11 years
old ; one Roan Mare, 12 years old ;
one Bay Gelding, 8 years old ; 1 Roan
Gelding, 4 years old ; 1 Bay Mare, 5
years old ; 1 Roan Mare, 3 years old ;
1 Bay Gelding, 3 years old j 2 Draft
Sorrel Mares, 2 years old ; 1 Draft
Mare, 1 year old ; 1 Draft Gelding,
1 year old; 1 Suckling Colt; One
fourth Interest In two Imported Draft
StalllonB, 11 head of cattle 1 Jersey
Heifer, fresh In March ; 1 Jersey Cow,
fresh in June ; 2 Short Horn Cowa ; 1
2-year old Short Horn Steer ; 2 year
ling Jersey Heifers; 2 Short Horn
Calves ; 31 head of Hogs ; one Sow
and five Pigs; 80 shocks of silage in
silo ; 150 ShockB of Corn in Qeld ; Hay
In Mow. Farming Utensils 2 Wagons,
with hog rack ; 2 Bets Hay Ladders ;
1 Feed Grinder; 1 Corn Binder; 1
Wheat Binder; 1 Mowing Machine;
1 Riding Plow; 2 Breaking PIowb ; 1
DIbc Harrow ; 1 Cold Crusher ; 1 Rid
ing Cultivator ; 1 Walking Cultivator,
1 Planet Junior ; 1 Drag Harrow ;
1 Double Shovel Plow ; 1 Sulky Hay
Rake; 1 Fertilizer Wheat Drill; 1
Fanning Mill ; 1 Rubber Tire Surrey l
1 Rubber Tire Buggy ; 1 Steel Tire
Runabout; I Set Steel Tire Wheels;
1 Sleigh; 1 Sled; 1 Corn Planter;
2 Sets Single Harness ; 1 Set Double
Harness; 5 Sets Work Harness; 2
Strands Sleigh Bells; 1 Range; 2 Heat
ers ; 1 Cook Stove ; 1 Gasoline Stove ;
Canned Fruit and Butters ; 1 Cream
ery ; Bookcase ; Sideboard ; 3 Tables ;
1 Extension Table ; 2 Stands; 2 Safes;
2 Sets Chairs; 4 Rockera 1 Sofa;
Burea ; 3 Bed Steads ; 2 Featherbcds
and Beddings ; Household and Kitchen
Furniture and other thlnga too numer
ous to mention. Sale to commence
at 0 o'clock. Terms made known on
day of sale.
Marion Dunlap, Administrator.
J, L. Merger, Auctioneer.
Notloe of Appointment.
Estate of Thomas H. Kllea, Deceaied
The undersigned has been appointed and
qualified as Administrator of the estate of
Thomas H. RUea, late of Highland County,
Dated this 27th day of October A. D, 1008.
Wilson & McDiudb, Attorneys.
I ain't feeling right to-day,
Something wrong I must say ;
Come to think of it, that's right
I forgot my Rocky Mountain Tea
Thb W. R'. Smith Drug do,
SALE Of FRIED PICTURES
We have Just received a lot of
Framed Pictures, size 10x20 in,
60 different subjects, all under
glass, regular price 81.00 to
1.25. During next week, com
mencing MONDAY, NOVEM
BER 30, we will sell these
pictures for oOo
We also have Framed Pictures
from ioc to $2.85
Special for SATURDAY, NOVEM
ber 28, 200 pieces of granlt
war.e, 10 different articles, reg
ular 10 cent goods, your choice
You should read "The Woman's In
vaiion "; it's powerful and disturbing, but
it's your buiineu, and bound to come
home to you man or woman. And you
ihould ee "The Child's Christmas Tree,"
iparkling color and verie, almoit a com
plete little gilt-book in itself.
There's the makings of a sermon, a speech,
a laugh, or a debate in every number of
FOR SALE BY
SlablerS S IQcSiorc Bowles Co.
Howard 'watch 'is ' the finest
practical watch in the world for
the man who docs things. Peary
found the Howard absolutely ac
curate in the extreme cold and hard
traveling of his dash for the Pole.
Let us show you this distinctive watch
$35 to $150, price fixid by printed ticket. A j
EMMERLING S STEVENSIN,
Jewelers and Opticians.
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