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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 27, J09.
QRANVILLE BARRBRE, Sger.-
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE S 1 .00
IF NOT PAIO IN ADVANCE, 11.15.
Catered at Po3tofflcc Hlllsboro, Ohio
as second class matter.
Will bs Made Kaowa oa Application
Fashion! faahlonl what crimes arc
committed In thy name.
"Hide and seek' appears to be the
popular (game at the state penltcn
It Is believed that those late frosts
will have little effect on the crop of
"Hlsgen, ' says an exchange, "has
renounced Hearst and returned to the
Democratic fold." Hlsgen let's see
who was Hlsgen, anyway?
Senator Aldrlch will probably be
able to secure some vaulable pointers
on how to revise the tariff by attend
ing June commencement exercises.
A new species of phosphorescent
rcptlle.has been discovered In a dry
county In Virginia. And yet some
people will try to argue that prohlbl
The unpopularity of the new Demo
cratlc management of the state
penitentiary Is clearly shown by the
desperate efforts of some of the In
mates to get out.
Women comply with fashions decree
of the hlpless -form, the empire gown,
the new coiffures and the idiotic
spring hats and still think they ought
to be allowed to vote.
So far as we are able to make out
nost-tnortcm eulogies of the late
Standard Oil Rogers he was a sort of
modern Robin Hood with the excep
tlon that the original only took It
from the rich.
What's the use of being famous,
anyway? Here arc the papers all
over the state referring to ex-Mayor
Pelton and ex-Mayor Yelton of Hills
boro, taking a new jjb at Xenla.
"One rather cheering thought,"
says the esteemed Ohio State Journal,
"Is that Mr. Jack Johnslng Isn't likely
to be Invited to lunch at the White
House under this administration."
Too bad. Dare say Mr. Johnslng la
fond of possum, too.
The Missouri General Assembly
which has just adjourned made 161
new laws. The great majority of
them will be enforced, ?sfcw of them
are directed at corporations rich
enough to hire lawyers who can And
One of the magazines published an
article In which an attempt Is made
to show that the weather bureau Is
seldom right In Its predictions.. We
have noticed recently that the bureau
has been painfully accurate every
time It predicted colder weather.
Real Estate Transform.
Samuel Hughes to D. O. Miller,
Madison tp, Oil, $1.
Albert Adams, by heirs, to D. O.
Miller, Madison tp, q c, 04 i, 91.
Luclnda Vinsonhaller to Jennie M.
Chaney, Hlllsboro, lot, $1.
Emma Klttrell to Lizzie Chaney,
Hlllsboro corp, ia, $145.
M. Etta Terwllllnger to Thomas T.
Davis, Leesburg, lot, 91800.
Clara L. Brunner to J. W. Carroll,
Hlllsboro, lot, 31.
C. S. Bell Co to William Nace
Hlllsboro, lot, $800.
James Weaver to H. C. RoadeB,
Salem tp, 72i, $2750.
J. A. W. Spargurto WebChapman,
Hlllsboro, lot, $500.
E. W. Archer to Samuel Gillespie Sr.
Liberty tp, lots, $220.
Z. C. Miller, by heirs, to W. A. Wise
cup, Ralnsboro, lot, $1 .
William Faulds, by heirs, to Hepsey
Steele, Concord tp, 102a, $1,
Hepsey Steele to Maggie Sullivan,
Greenfield, lot, 91.
Hepsey Steele to Jane Fau'.ds,
Greenfield, lot, $1.
Maggie Sullivan to Jane Faulds,
Greenfield, lot, $1.
Ann Cooper to Chauncey B. Gross,
Hlllsboro, lot, 81.
To Officers and Members of The Cen
tral Mutual Fire Insurance Associa
tion. The annual meeting of the Central
Mutual Fire Insurance Association of
Hlllsboro, Ohio, will be held at the
office of the Secretary Thursday, June
3, 1009, at 1p.m. The object of the
meeting Is the election of officers and
the discussion of Insurance topics. A
short program will be given. Mem
bers are urged to attend.
Otto F. Hohst, Secy,
Black Hill Locust Poits for sale
J. E, McDermott, Hlllsboro, or Craig
Eubanka, two miles south of Carmel.
May 24, '09.
C. I. Weller and wife are visiting
their son, Dr. Weller, and family, at
Herbert Falrley Is the guest of his
sister, Mrs. i-has. Patterson, near
Frank and George Pcarce spent
Sunday In Balnbrldge with Henry
Rev Dunham preached the Memo
rial sermon for the local G. A. R. at
the Presbyterian church Sunday
Miss Vesta George is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. A. B Hlldebrand,
Mrs Lcttle-Buntaln spent part of
last week with her sister, Mrs. M. H.
Clark, at Greenfield.
Miss Ellth Ulen, of South Salem,
was married last Wednesday evening
to Leslie Wallace, of near Norwood.
Her many friends here extend best
wishes for her future happiness.
R. O. Snodgrass and family spent
Sunday with William Davis and fam.
ily, at Overman.
Miss Hattle Redkey was returning
from Greenfield last Monday when
her horse became frightened and ran,
throwing her out of the buggy and
breaking her shoulder blade and collar
bone. Drs. Wilson, of Greenfield, and
Ambrose, from this place, were called
and rendered medical assistance.
Mrs. William Walker will soon leave
for the hot springs at Martinsville,
Ind., to be treated for rheumatism.
She will be accompanied by Miss Kate
The children, grandchildren and
sisters of Mrs. Susan Blaser came with
well filled basket to her home near
here Sunday and spent a very enjoya
ble day In honor of her seventy-third
Ask For Alton's Foot-Easo,
A powder for swollen, tired, hot,
smarting feet. Sample sent FREE.
Also Free sample of the Foot-Ease
Sanitary Corn-Pad, a new Inven
tion. Address, Allen S. Olmsted, Le
Roy, N. Y.
May 24, '09
Miss Lola Denham, of Highland, is
visiting at the home of her parents
here this week.
J, L. Mercer will move into the
house vacated by J. A. Gilmore last
Amy Reno visited her son, William,
The exhibition last Thursday night
was a success. A good program was
W. T. Shannon and wife visited
their daughter, Mrs . Chas. Shoemaker
of Sinking Spring Saturday returning
H. N. Redkey lost a good work horse
last Thursday. Cause unknown.
SLATE HILL VALLEY.
May 24, '09.
Corwln Armstrong and Miss Ethel
Cummings, of Adams county, guests
of Mrs, Jane Cummlngs, Sunday.
A. W. Mllburn was a business visitor
In our vicinity Friday.
The sale of J. G. Bell was well at
Mrs, T. M. Gammell and daughter
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Setty, of near Hlllsboro.
Mrs. John Lowman and daughter,
Carrie, visited the former's mother,
Mrs. West, of Fort Hill, one day last
Mrs. Mary Overholser and son, Or
land, of North Hampton, are visiting
F. B. Cummlngs this week.
James Knelsley, wife and grand
daughter are visiting at the home of
Will Butler this week.
Mrs Jane Cummings entertained a
number of her friends Sunday.
F. B. Cnmmlngs, wife and daughter
spent Sunday with her father, T. C.
Will Creed and family, Rev. Moon,
wife and daughter and Anna Trout
dined with D.R. Cummlngs Sunday.
Foster Bell and wife have moved to
their new home near Slate Hill,
Vlrgle V. Shelton spent Sunday
with his father, Albert Shelton,
Sphar Glaze and wife, of Hlllsboro,
were guests of M, J. Cummlngs Thurs
day. Nellie Flrmen Is spending a few
days with Mrs. J. T. Slater,
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and
believe him perfectly honorable In
all business transactions, and finan
cially able, to carry out any obliga
tions made by his firm.
Waldino, Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Druggist, Toledo, O.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken intern
ally, acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system,
Testimonials Bent free, Price, 75c.
per bottle, Sold by all Druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
(Continued From Page One.)
Total value 9150,290 Decrease $14,
Hor&es 090 $44,170
Cattle 1290 34,875
Mules 43 3,305-
Sheep 1300 0,095
Hogs 2930 v14,005
Dogs '. Ill
Total value $259,335 Decrease $335.
Horses 92 95,780
Cattle 220 3,203
Mules 15 815
Skecp 321 015
Hogs 330 1,555
Total value $33,310. Decrease $720.
Horses 351 $20,750
Cattle 507 9,030
Mules 53 3,200
Sheep 704 2,090
Hogs '. 1277 4,451
Total value $09,493. Decrease $4,323.
Horses 40 $2,010
Cattle 10 324
Hogs 2 5
Total value $10,245 Decrease $1,
Horses 427 $20,045
Cattle 752 11,435
Mules , 31 1,570
Sheep 8.fl 2,820,
Hogs .'1749 7,215
Total value $33,075. Decrease $4,
205. WHITE OAK.
, Horses 341 $27,440
Cattle 709 17 405
Mules 04 5.070
Sheep 1233 4,770
Hogs 1093 5,290
Total value. 9107,550. Decrease
Horses 235 915,030
Cattle 590 12,100
Mules 9 570
Sheep 055 2,745
Hogs 1039 3,095
Total value $52,203. Decrease $0,
070. Fvery Woman Will Be Intorostod.
There has recently been discovered
an aromatic, pleasant herb cure for
woman's ills, called Mother Gray's
Australian LEAF. It ts the only
certain regulator. Cures female
weaknesses and Backache, Kidney,
Bladder and Urinary troubles. At all
Druggists or by mall 50 cts. Samples
FREE Address, The Mother Gray
Co., Le Roy, N. Y.
May 24, '09.
Mrs. Carey Holiday and daughter
left last Thursday for a two weeks
visit with friends at New Holland.
The Ladles Aid society will have a
call meeting at the M. E. church on
Thursday afternoon to transact
Terrlll Brown and family, of Bain
bridge, have moved to the farm of
Ted Roads to spend the summer
Raymond Bayham, of Nlpgen, has
been the guest of his cousin, Norman
Foraker, the past week.
Ellsha Beaver and wife entertained
with a family dinner Sunday in honor
of their son, Richard, and bride.
The Modern Woodmen will have an
ice cream supper at the K. of P. hall
on Saturday night of this week to
which everybody is invited.
Hoi ace Roads and family, accom
panied by Mrs, Josle Sams and child
ren, spent last Saturday down on Paint
COOK WITH GAS
We will sell you this stove, including service pipe
and all connections for $15.00. Stove atone $10.00.
HILLSBORO LIGHT FUEL CO.
i Liit. iAt4.1i UljlL ili.ti
If you want to see all there is to see in Straw Hats this
season, come here and see them.
We've so many different styles that it seems to us that
any man no matter what his idea of a Straw Hat may be
can find it here.
'Every Fashionable Shape and Braid in Men's Boys' and Children's
"2 pP'4' ""A
1 K -ri Hats lSiJJ!
25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1,50, $2,00, $2.50, $3,00,
Panamas $3.50 and $5.00
Our Hats are
fishing but left several of the finny
tribe for the benefit of others.
Our citizens are showing considera
ble Interest In Balnbrldge's coming
election and quite a number will go
down on Tuesday night to attend the
Mrs. Harry Browning has been on
the sick list for some time with but
little Improvement as yet.
Cameron & Cameron, who have been
remodeling the old U. B. church for a
business room, are having a modern
glass front put In this week which
will add to Its appearance.
The combination sale of Angus and
Shorthorn cattle will be held at the
fair ground here on Thursday of
The remains ,of Mrs. Mary Ann But
ler, who died at her home at Fort
Hill on Thursday evening of tubercu
losis was brought to the Beaver
cemetery south of town for interment
The Epworth League elected the
following officers for the coming year:
Pres. E. P. Carter; 1st Vice Pres.,
Ada Baker ; 2nd Vice Pres., Josephine
West; 3rd Vice Pres., Mrs. Be le
RoadB; 4th Vice Pres., Grace Cole
man; Secy., Percy Knedler; Treas.,
Mrs. John Waddell.
Wanted Young womenot eighteen
and over, at The Peters Cartridge Co.,
TftnW'i miii. Ohio. Work light and
clean. Good wages and comfortable
hotel accommodations close to the
factory. Address, Assistant Mana
ger, King's Mills, Ohio.
Both Atlas and Superior brands
All fresh goods. At Richards' Mill.
Safe, Cheap, '
Ready for Use
lAi.! UilA.iilAitt.Ai liilt.L Uil4.it AAUiX jAiAl .L
made well by a good maker they're not
effects with which the market is always
The Hlllsboro Bank & Savings Co,
R. S. EVANS, Pres't
J. W. EVANS, V. Pres't
W. N. Bean
J. W. Evans
W. G. Smith
Three per cent. Interest on
Your savings In this bank
the following stockholders :
Col. Frank Ayres
W. N. Bean
Dr. H. M. Brown
R. S. Evans
H. E. Evans
J. W. Evans
G. L. Garrett
Dr. W. W. Glenn
Dr. J. O. Larkln
H. P. Morrow
J. L. Miller
Dr. D. N. McBrlde
Dr. J. D. McBrlde
H. H. Richards
J. H. Williams
After the exhibition
Skating given by
Master Atwood Muntz
last Saturday Evening, which was his Initial
appearance before the public, he has been be- f
sieged with requests ' to again give his per-
formance, which he has consented to do, -and j
will appear at the , H
i Thursday Night, Apr. 27,
1 AT'8:30 f
Those who missed seeing him last Saturday
H will do well to come on Thursday night. H
5 Music by Miss Hall and "Gash Ralnss"
a Admission 10c. Skates 15c I
H. M. BROWN, V. Pres't
CONARD ROADS, CASHIER
H. M. BRONW R. 8. EVAN3
John Hulitt c. W. Scott
Isma Troth r. r. west
G. Smith w. N. Bean
savings accounts, compounded semi-
are cared for by officials selected by T
C. D. Sams
D. F. Scott
Chas. W. Scott
W. G. Smith
R. R. West
G. M. Whlaler
of trick and fancy Roller