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THE NBWS-HfcKALD, ttflLLS&ORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1909,
Nov. 22, '00.
Rev. tfrank Foust and W. B. Barker
and wife and sons, Willie andOzro,
Bpcnt Sunday with Amos Hawk and
family, at East Danville.
Aunt Jane Cochran is visiting Aunt
Dr. Harper, who has practiced
medicine here nearly three years, left
Friday to locate near Washington
P. II. Shaffer and wife and son, Har
ley, wore guests of Moody Pulllam and
D. A. Pulllam and wife had as their
guests Sunday, Mrs. Mary Cochran and
Stanley Smith and wife and daughters,
Elza Duvall and wifo and daughter,
of Dodsonvlllo, and F. C. Pulse and
family, of Pulse, spent Sunday with J.
W. Gossott and wife.
Sam Stultz Is visiting hisflaughtor,
Mrs. Ida Long, and family, of Wash
ington C H.
Miss Llda Barr left lost week to
spend the winter at Warren.
Aunt Margaret Stevens visited her
son, A. M. Stovens, and family, at
J. C. Lawless and wife had as their
guests Sunday, Will Carroll and wife,
A Ivan Brant and wife, Alvan Foot
and wife and threo children, of Woods
vllle, Sam Claiborno and family, of
South Liberty, INeal Landcss and
iamlly, Ed Lyons and family, of Bu
ford, L. L. Lawless, of Hollowtown,
Ora Shaffer and family, of Danville,
Ed Landess and wife and Misses Sylvia
and Thursio Young.
Blaln Pulllam and wife and daugh
ter, Helen, are visiting her parents,
Dick Chancy and family, in Okla
homa. .Mrs. Ella Wardlow visited Aunt
.Margaret Stevens one day last week.
Mrs. Frances Thompson and daugh
ter, Sara, of Hillsboro, visited her
parents, William Hopkins and wife,
Rev. Hales filled his appointments
here Sunday and Sunday night with
Mrs. Margaret Farls is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Ada Bamley, at Cin
cinnati. Mrs. Elsie Robinson and sons, of
Lynchburg, were Sunday guests of
Ervin Leininger and wife.
What's In McCIure's.
The Christmas McCIure's is an ideal
Holiday number filled with season
able fiction, beautiful illustrations
and interesting and informing arti
cles. Jessie Willcox Smith, whoso
pictures of child life have become
famous, contributes a set of drawings
depicting "A Child's World," which
are reproduced in full color. The
number is particularly rich In Action.
There are Christmas stories by Mary
Stewart Cutting, Gertrude Hall, Mar
garet and Arthur E. McFarlano ; and
stories by Perceval Landon, J. O. Cobb
and Orr Kenyon. Foremost among
tho articles is "Divorce and Public
Welfare," by George Elliott Howard,
who says that bad marriage laws aro
mainly responsible for divorce. David
Soskice writes of the .atrocities com
mitted in theSchluessolburg, Russia's
most terrtblo political prison ; Rudolf
Cronau describes "Tho Now Ger
many; Rufus Steele tolls how wild
horses are trapped, and W. II. Rldelng
writes of "Two Explorors and a Lit
Mnlco a nuto now to get Ely's
Cream Balm if you aro troubled with
nasal catarrh, hay fever or cold In the
head. It Is purifying and soothing to
the sensitivo membrane that lines tho
air-passages. It is mado to overcome
tho disease, not to fool the patient by
a short, deceptive relief. There is no
cocaine nor mercury in It. Do not bo
talked into taking a substitute for
Ely's Cream Balm. All druggists sell
it. Price 50c Mailed by Ely Bros.,
60 Warren Street, New York.
Allen's Lung Balsam
will cure not only a fresh cold, but one
of those stubborn coughs that usually
hang on for months. Give It a trial
and prove Its worth. 25c, 50c and $1.
Nov. 22, '09.
Mrs. Alva Druhot spent Sunday with
Mrs. Jim Shopherd.
Three weeks of protracted meeting,
conducted by Rev. Galvln, closed last
Monday night in tho Disciple church
with 51 accessions.
Ed Lewis entertained a hunting
party last week. Among tho guests
were D. L. Weber and Ed Crossland,
Russell Davis is convalescent after
a very serious sick spell. His grand
mother, Mrs. S. Y. Hamilton, has re
turned toiler homo at Macon.
Mesdames Rohn, of Mechanicsburg,
W. W. Reed, of Mllford, Mr. and Mrs.
Zlnk and son, of Oswego, Kan., and
Wilbur Mabln, of Cincinnati, were
guests at the Mabln homo last week.
Services at tho Disciple church
Thanksgiving day at 2 p. m. A
special program has been prepared.
All are invited.
During the first seven months of
this year over 70,000 people left tho
United Kingdom for British North
No Backache or Kidney Pains
If you have pains In tho back, urin
ary, bladder or kidney trouble, dizzi
ness and lack of energy, try Mother
Gray's AUSTRALIAN-LEAF, the
pleasant herb cure. As a regulator It
lias no equal. At druggists, or by
mall, 60c. Ask to-day. SAMPLE
FREE. Address The Mother Gray
Co., LeRoy, N. Y,
Longevity Is most freqent In coun
tries of low birth rate.
Ella Tho musicians are staring at
us all the time.
Stella Yes, they seem to be a sort
of rubber band. Chicago News.
First Baby Milk is nine cents a
Second Baby Great 'Scott I W
start In being ultimate consumers
mighty -early. Now York Sun.
"You -should always bo generous to
your inferiors, my child.1'
"Yes, dad, but my inferiors aro
always trying to make people bellevo
they are my superiors." Chicago
"These ankle straps aro a great help
to the girls."
"Yes ; but it looks kind of classy to
see a girl ablo to keep her pumps on by
mental power alone." Pittsburg
"Do "Vlllcrs has quit scorching."
"'Machine all in ?"
"Nope ; he's dead."
"Oh, that doesn't prove anything."
Visiting Relative How aristocratic
your father looks with all that gray
Tho Naughty Son Yes, and he's
got me to thank for It, too I Puck.
"I'll bo ready In a minute," she said
to her husband.
"You needn't hurry now," he called
up some time later, "I find that I
shall have to shave again." Detroit
The Investment in the motion pict
ure Held undoubtedly runs well lnso
the millions. There are probably
more than 7000 theaters devoted to
Tho woman's nine-hour law lias
been signed by -Governor ITadley, of
Missouri. It limits the employment
of women and girls in factories,
restaurants and such places to nine
hours a day, between 6 a. m. and 10
Real Estate Transfers.
Alvah McVey to Newman I. McVey,
Fairfield tp, 29a, .
Grant F. Terry to Clara Sweeney,
Leesburg corp, 2a, $1200.
Thomas Toll to Edwin G. Cox, Lees
burg, lot, 8000.
Allen II. Johnson to LldaC. Barrett,
Penn tp, 149a; $12,218.
Emma J. Byfleld to Ollie Wise,
Madison tp, lot, $100.
Fremont Insco to James Riddle,
Penn tp, 04 poles, $123.
H. M. Brown ot al to James Trimble
et al, Hillsboro, lot, $500.
M. Irvln Dunlap to Nettle M. Fent,
Greenfield, lot, $1.
A. E. Charles to John II. Franklin,
New Market tp, 49a, $2000.
Millie Waters et alto Isaac Williams,
Hillsboro, lot, $1.
Anna B. Carr to Joseph A. McCoy,
Concord tp, q c, $100.
Elza Duvall to William R. Thomp
son, Dodson tp, 20a, $1400.
William Fltspatrlck to W. A. Smith
Greenfield, lot, $2800.
M. F. Murphy to Lillian Stanley,
Brushcrcek tp, Ilia, $1000.
Chas. A. McKinnoy to Edwin G.
Cox, Fairfield, tp, la, $1750.
C. S. Illatt to C. Elmer Deakyne,
Boston, lot, $250.
Nov. 22, '09.
Miss Nclle Barrett, of Hillsboro,
visited Misses Anna and Elva Johnson
Misses Nellie and Alma Ochs, of
Hillsboro, were guests of Miss Stella
Clark Chaney, Roland Rogers and
Miss Elma Carey, of Hillsboro, spent
Sunday with their parents here.
Joe Rldgway, of Fall Creek, was tho
guest of Ills cousin, Townsend Rldg
Mesdames Warren Johnson, of Hills
boro, and Ashley Johnson were enter
tained atotho home of Mrs. T. L.
Arthur Rhonemus and wife, of Mon
roe, spent Sunday with the latter's
Byron Rogers, of Greenfield, was
here from Friday until Monday.
Wife You were late last night.
nub Beg pardon, my dear. As I
came in the front door the clock
Wife But what time did you arrive
at tho head of the stairs ? Boston
A tack hammer, the head of which
folds Into a recess in tho stick for con
venience In carrying, has been patent
ed by a Pennsylvanian.
Noy. 22, '09.
B. B. Lowman and wife spent Mon
day with T. N. McDanlel.
J. M. Lowman and family, of Weber
town, spent Sunday with C. E.
Mrs. Belle Laymon and children
spent Thursday with James Bird and
Mesdames Tom McDanlel and B. F.
Lowman were the guests Friday of
Mrs. W. II. Lowman, at New Vienna,
who is seriously ill.
Ellsworth Bird and wife, of Colum
bus, Seward Bird, of Martinsville,
Kay Laymon and family, of Falrvlew
and Estle Chaney and family were
entertained by James Bird and family
Leona Lowman spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Corrlnna and
Joseph Gllllland and family spent
Sunday with Harley Achor.
When Rubbers Become Necessary
And your shoes pinch, Allen's Foot
Ease, a powder to be shaken Into the
shoes, Is Just the thing to use. Try It
for Breaking In 2s ew Shoes. Sold
everywhere, 25c. Don't accept any
S. R. HOWARD, reSir
Voterlnary Surgeon and Dentist
Located in Hillsboro twenty yean,
Long distance calls promptly atten
ded. Both phones.
J. FRANK WILSON. N. GRA1Q M'URIOR
WILSON & McBRIDE,
ATTOItN E Y8-AT-Ii A W.
Office Short St., Opp. Court House
I. W. CAREY,
n.ennBlx. HILLSBORO, O.
Home 'Phone 340. Bell 'Phone 143.
B. McCONNAUGHEY, M. D.,
Orrior In Holmes Budding,
Ornoi Uoniis: P to 12 a. m., t to
8 p. m.
Doth 'Phones In Office and Residence,
and fl to
John I'll bring you a fork, sir.
The Customer What for ?
John The Camembert, sir.
The Customer A fork's no good.
Bring a revolver Leslie's Weekly.
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Sample FREE. Address Allen S.
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Building Lots, Town Property,
Farms of all sizes and prices and
Germany's four super-dreadnoughts
will each have a crew of 1000 men.
"Did you see that fool boy chasing
that fool girl past here Just now ?"
"Yes; I noticed 'em."
"It was a sort of reminder that life
Is just one darned thing after another,
wasn't It?" Houston Post.
Caiis Leave II: lu? no ho
1025 Darn only
Dally Except Sunday
"Why don't you give your wife an
"I tried that once, and she spent It
before I could borrow it back."
The world's estimated steam power
In use to-day Is 12,000,000 horse-power.
For Your Flowers.-
Dalrylng Is receiving much atten
tion, and milk, butter and cheese aro
shipped In Increasing quantities from
year to year. No Import duties aro
levied by the Canadian government on
cottonseed cake, meal or refined cotton
seed oil, edible or for canning purposes.
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