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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, Jf 09
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IF NOT PAID IN AOVANCC, 11.15.
Catered at Postofflcc Hillsboro, Ohio
as second class matter.
Will be Made Known on Application
Let's see, wasn't there some talk
a few weeks ago about a street
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That odd, shiny thing you pot a
glimpse of one day last week was
probably the sun.
The reckless manner In which some
of the aspirants for the position of
postmaster here arc climbing around
on the small branches reaching for
this plum, there Is grave danger that
they may fall.
It may be that lnant Industries like
the Steel, Beef, Sugar and Standard
Oil trusts need protection. But we
think that the people need the protcc
tlon much worse and the only way to
protect the people Is not to protect
It may be thatPresldcntTaft agrees
with Senator Aldrlch's revision of the
tariff upward but we do not believe he
docs or that he will stand for It and
we know that the people want It re--rlscd
downward and sooner or later
will get what they want.
Marshall Johnson, aged 15, of near
Commercial Point, Pickaway county,
commlttccd suicide by shooting him
self In the right temple. His father
had refused to let him off from work to
go to see a circus. This Isn't furnished
by the press agent of Robinson's "Ten
Big," but that functionary ought to
appreciate It, nevertheless.
The joys of vacation time are vivid
ly recalled by the picture of the Old
Swlmmln' Hole which adorns the
front cover page of the June Ameri
can Boy. The contents are both
varied and Interesting. The opening
chapters of a tine serial dealing with
the opening days of the American
Revolution are given. It Is entitled
the Young Continentals at Lexington,
and boys will get from It a gllmse of
the stirring history of thoss fateful
Revise the Tariff Downward.
When a concern can ship Its manu
factures to Europe and sell them
cheaper there than they do here It
may still need to be protected from
the competition of cheap foreign
labor, but we don't think so. Docs It
look reasonable to you ? We believe
that a concern Is not going to the ex
pense of shipping goods to Europe
unless they can make a fair profit on
them. Further we believe that if
after going to large expense to get
them there, that If they can still sell
them cheaper than they do at home
that the American consumer Is being
imposed upon. It Is just such condi
tions as these that has caused the
great popular demand for a revision
of the tariff downward and the people
will not be satisfied until they get It.
Mr, Aldrlch apd his colleagues If they
continue In their present course of
revising the tariff upward will find
that they must answer to the people.
Under the present high protective
tariff rates the cost of living Increases
every year and wages remain station
cry. This means that a few benefit
by It while the great mass of the
people suffer from It. The Republican
party Is pledged to a reduction of
tariff rates on necessities. President
Taft has convened the present special
session of congress to make good that
pledge. Senator Aldrlch and his
colleagues seem to think however that
the placing of a few unknown and un
heard of products on the free list and
increasing the rate on the necessities
of life Is a keeping of that pledge.
Such a revision may satisfy the Steel
Trust, Standard Oil, Beef Trast,
Sugar Trust and a few others but the
people will not be satisfied and should
May 31, '09.
Miss Llbble Koger, of Frankfort, Is
spending a few days here the guest of
Mrs. J. B. Davis.
Joseph Foraker, of Wcstwood, visit
ed relatives here part of last week.
Rev E A. Huntington and family
are visiting friends near Mineral
Springs In Adams county this week,
where he will officiate at the wedding
of some of his former parishioners.
Albert Stultz has disposed of his
farm near the Rocky Fork Caves and
moved to our village last week.
Miss Grace Ferguson Is spending a
few days In Washington C. H., on
Mrs. Lvdta Leaverton returned
home last Thursday after spending a
week with her daughter, Mrs. Will
Kearns, In the country.
Hulltt Hope and family, of the
Point, spent Sunday here with C. L.
Redkey and wife.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wright, of Hillsboro,
Is the guest of Mrs. J . B. Davis.
H S. Forakcr visited his grand
daughter, Mrs Homer Garrett, near
Washington C. H., part of last week
Rev. J. H. Davis and family were
guests of friends at Buford Sunday
C. ML KERNS
We have In stock a fine lot of North
Western pure rye flour at 70c for 25 lb.
sack, On sale at all grocers, or at
May 31, 1009,
Mrs. Minnie Chaney and daughter,
Inez, and Miss Ruth Bird called on
Mrs. Anna Lowman Monday evening.
Misses Anna and Mary Vanpelt
were callers at the home of A. W.
Keys Monday afternoon.
Estle Chaney, wife and two children
were the guests of Kay Laymon and
Mrs. Lizzie Greathouse, of near
Lytle, and Margaret Newton and
grandchild, of Russells, were guests
of Joseph Carpenter Thursday,
Mrs. Lizzie Sinclair, of Wllletts
vllle, called on Melvlna Sinclair Fri
B. F. Lowman and Harley Carpen
er attended the sale of Michael Ram
melfl Thursday evening.
Coat Suits Carpets
Shirt Waists Druggets
Dress Goods x Rugs
R.B Barrett, of the Sub-Treasurery
at Cincinnati, has been the guest ,
of his father, Capt. D M. Barrett.
F. S. Spargur has commenced the
erection of a large barn on his farm
west of town. I
Bert Cunningham, wife and baby, of
Mannlneton. W Va . arrived here I
Saturday for a visit with relatives.
O Children's Day will be observed at
the M.E. church on Sunday morning
at 10 o'clock
There has been considerable petty
thieving about town for several
month9 but It has Increased to an
alarming extent lately. There Is very
strong evidence against me guutv
nictlna imI in iffnat fa lib nlv tn fnllnur '
atbii.9 utiuutl Ultvok taunvti v vnw
soon unless the practice Is dlscon
BUI has won her pretty maid,
A June bride she Is to be
Her peachy-cream complexion
Because It's Rocky Mountain
w. R. Smith Drug Co.
May 31, '09.
Well Jones and family spent Sunday
with the former's parents at Cynthl- j
Charlie Johnson and family, of'
Beech Flats, were guests of Mrs.
Louisa Lawson Sunday.
Hon. H. H. Mechlin and son, Colen,
of Winchester, spent Sunday at the i
Elmer Cameron and family, of Mar
shall, Samuel Stults, of Prlcctown,
Mrs. Rebecca Stults, Grace Havens,
J. V. Stults and wife, John Reed and
wife and Miss Ocle Sconden visited I.
W. Stults and wife Sunday.
Mesdames Amanda Copcland and
Rosa Wood, of Ralnshoro, attended
the funeral of Miss Mary Jackson and
took dinner with their uncle, Daniel
Rev. J. A. Eiston, ofLovcland, visit
ed at the Easton Cliff Range the past
Ben Murrcn and family, Ed Mull and
family, of Cliff Range, Will Wilson
and family, of Sinking Spring, and
Tom Perrln and family, of New Vien
na, visited G. W. Murren, Sunday.
J. P. Haven and wife called on
friends at Ralnsboro Sunday.
Will Butler, of Sinking Spring, was
the guest of Ben Butler Thursday.
James West and wife, Mrs. Rebecca
Caplingcr and Newton Bobb visited
James Bobb and family Saturday.
Mrs. Mattle O'Donnell visited Mrs.
Blanche Mattlsan Sunday.
S. S. Derrdoff and wife entertained
Fred Rhoads and family and Miss Jen
nie Wilson and brother, Sunday.
Mrs. Hawk entertained Dr. Easton
and Mr. Mechlin and son, Sunday.
Mrs. Mary Jackson, aged 80, died at
her home near here May 20. She had
been confined to her home for several
months with the infirmities resulting
from old age and her death was not
unexpected. The funeral was held
from the late home Saturday at 10
o'clock by Rev. Klise, of Hillsboro.
Interment in Jackson cemetery.
,ConRre8aman c Q Hlldebrandt,
of Wilmington, who Is on the road
for the Ruggles-Gale Company, of
Columbus, was combining business
and pleasure here Tuesday.
Everything The Very Newest
Prices Never So Tempting Before
C. M. KERNS
East Main Street,
Doafnoss Cannot bo Carod
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
Tqere is only one way to cure deaf
ness, and that is by constitutional
remedies. Deafness Is caused by an
Inflamed condition of the mucous
lining of the Eustachian Tube. When
this tube Is Inflamed you have a rum
bling sound or Imperfect hearing, and
when It is entirely closed, Deafness Is
the result, and unless the Inflamma
tion can be taken out and this tube
restored to Its normal condition, hear
ing will be destroyed forever; nine
cases out of ten are caused by Ca
tarrh, which Is nothlngbut anlnllamed
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) thatcaunot be cured by Hall's
Catarrh Cure. Send for circulars,
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggist, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Pills for consti
By the way, wasn't something said
awhile back about tarring the streets?
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Obarlei E. Ilrown Deceased.
The undersigned has been appointed and
nuaUued as Exccutorof the estate of Charles
E. Ilrown. late of Highland county, Ohio,
Dated this 1st day of June A. D. 1909.
J. W. Watts.
COME AND SEE
The Best and Largest Stock
Men's, Boy's, and Children's
A Card to the People
I From The Hillsboro Bank S Savings Co.
While we are pleased to receive largo amounts of money
In our Savings Dopartraonb, wo wish ',to improssupon the
peoplo that we aro an institution to encourage 'savings."
We will open an account with $1.00 and receive as small a
sum as 10 cents.
Open an account with us for any amount ($1.00 or more)
that suits your convenience, then do nob allow salary day
tojpasa without adding to It. It-Is the systematic saving
that counts In the long run. If you will only make a be
ginning it will surprise yon how fast your savings will
accumulato and the interest you will take In making lb
We will pay you 3 per cent. Interest, compounded soml
Now a word as to the Investment of your savings: This
money will be loaned on flrsb mortgage on real esbate; this
is the recognized form of interest for savings accounts;
tho money should be loaned to the people whose savings
make lb possible. We will holp you buy a home or a farm.
Our bank 'is organized under a state oharter and la uubjtiot
to state inspection. The law specifies the manner in
which savings deposits shall bo invested.
1 GET THE BEST
FREE'SCQRNER. HfLLSBDRfLfY 1 7.
Both Atlas and Superior brands,
All fresh goods. At Richards' Mill.
Wanted Young women ot eighteen
and over, at The Peters Cartridge Co.,
King's Mills, Ohio, Work Jlght and
clean. Good wages and comfortable
hotel accommodations close to the
factory. Address, Assistant Mana
ger, King's Mills, Ohio.
Temperance Foam, Coco Cola and
Buttermilk at the bowling alleys,
Mrs. Z, M. Butters, of Whiting,
Kan,, Is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
M. E. Long,
Commencement exerclues of the
Caatalla High School, of which' Prof,
J, Alt Shannou, formerly of this place,
is the superintendent, were held
Ask For Allen's Foot-Ease,
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.
5,000 Post Cards the 2 for 5 kind
will be sold at lc each at the Bee
Hive commencing next Saturday!