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THE NEWS-HERALD, HELLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, J909.
Have you seen tho bIiow windows at
tho Homo Bakory 1
II. P. Morrow was a business visitor
at Chllllcothe Thursday.
13o sure and see tho display ad of tho
Home Dakory ltl this paper.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. "Evans aro visit
ing relatives at Tuscola, 111.
John Purdy, of Avondalo, was tho
guest of 'rolatlvcs hore last week.
Philip C. Berg left Saturday for a
visit with relatives In Now York city.
Mrs. Harry Spargurontortalned with
a luncheon and cards Thursday aftor-noon.
Col. Frank Ayres acted as auctioneer
at a largo cattlo sale at Morrow last
Mrs. Anna Hughes
talned with a "500"
Tho best cakes and pies at tho Star
Whitman's Chocolato at Garrett &
Care Turner spont Sunday In Cincinnati.
47Jo yard at The
50c grade linoleum
Whitman Chocolates and Bon Bons
at Qarrott & Ayres.
Go to tho Homo
cakes and pics.
Bakery for cholco
0. S. Shaw, of Georgetown, Is spend
ing a few days here the guest of his
son, John Shaw.
Miss Ray West has returned from a
two weeks' visit with relatives and
friends at Nowport, Ky.
Miss Mary Glblor, of Folsom, spent
sovoral days of last weok with her
sister, Mrs. William Kent.
R. P. Roush has so far recovered
from his recent Illness as to bo able to
do clerical work at hlsolllce.
0. II. Long and family spent Sunday
with Abslo Snyder and family at
Your Thanksgiving dinnor will not
bo completo until you go to West for
the good things eatable.
John Ervln, of Tuscola, 111., was the
guest of his aunt, Miss Salllo B.
Ervln, a few days last week.
A full line of samples displayed in
the show windows at tho Homo
Bakory. Select what you want.
Fon Sale Black Hill Locust Posts.
J. E. McDormott, Hillsboro, or Craig
Eubanks 2 miles south of Carmol.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Scott, of the
Point, woro tho guests of Dr. and
Mrs. L. Nelson, Saturday and Sunday.
Thirty coupons cut from National
flour sacks got you a beautiful clock,
during the holidays at Richards Mill.
William Ktbler and son, Starley, of
Willettsvlllo, woro entertained by
Charles Moore and family, Tuesday.
Misses Irene, Margaret and Frances
Detwllor returned homo Monday
evening, after a short visit with friends
Tho Beo Hlvo for everything In Hol
Wanted At tho Beo Hive, Pota
toes, Butter and Eggs.
R. B. Barrett, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with relatives hore.
E. W. Archor was a business visitor
at Lancaster and Marlon, Saturday.
The Beo Hlvo Is doing tho greatest
business In its history. Join tho crowds.
Toyland, next door to tho beo Hlvo,
will bo tho place for toys, dolls, otc.
Tho Homo Bakory will furnish you
tho best bread obtainable In tho city.
Call on John Pfarr for clothes clean
ing and repairing. 151 West Main St.
Ulrlc Uhrlg, of Columbus, Is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ordors promptly filled at tho Homo
Bakory. Goods delivered to any part
Read 0. P. Tenor's ad. on another
Read 0. P. Toner's ad. on another
Bargain day at Joscphino 'Roush's
Friday and Saturday.
Special sale on all plumes and fancy
feathers Friday and Saturday.
Special prices on Uncoleum at C. P.
Tenor's, No. 110 North High Street.
Gilbert Holmes was a business visi
tor in Cincinnati yesterday.
Special prices on Uncoleum atC. P.
Toner's, No. 110 North High Streot.
Caroy Walker transacted business
at Russell yesterday.
S. P. Scott was lojklng after somo
business Interests In Columbus yes
San ford Kcelor, of Chicago, 111., was
tho guest of his sister, Mrs. William
John Green, of Washington C. II.,
was circulating among old friends hero
Mrs. J. D. W. Spargur and Mrs.
John C. Spargur spent Monday and
Tuesday In Cincinnati tho guests of
Bert Carroll, of Portsmouth, arrived
hero Sunday to spond tho weok with
his parents, Capt. and Mrs. M. F.
Do not comploto your Thanksgiving
dinner without seeing tho Palate
Pleasors at tho South High Street
Don't fall to savo tho National Hour
coupons and come in and get ono of
those beautiful clocks at Richards
Mrs. Robert Palmer, of Washington
0. II., was tho guest of hor grand
mother, Mrs. Ophelia Glasscock, a
few days last week.
Mrs. Leon McKoohan and daughter,
Miss Mary Graham, went to Westwood
yestorday to spond tho Thanksgiving
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Mrs. John W. McKlnnoy, of Leba
non, was bitten by a dog last week,
which It is feared had hydrophobia
Sho has boon taken to the Pasteur
W. II. Hopkins, of Prlcotown, was
tho guest of his daughter, Mrs. O. A.
Miss Lena Kent returned Sunday
night from a ton days visit with her
slstor, Miss Ruth, at St. Marys.
Clark Chancy and Roland Rogers
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with their parents atSamantha.
Roy Fox and family spent Sunday
at Persimmon Ridge, tho guests of
his slstor. Mrs. Edward Turner.
James Wlncgardnor and Miss Clara
Engbei-s spent Sunday with Harry
Shannon atid family, at Marshall.
Mrs. William Long, of Lynchburg,
spent tho latter part of last week at
the homo of Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Long.
5,000 pairs of Gloves of every descrlp
tlon, on sale at the Beo Hlvo, and you
know tho prices aro Just right.
Wallaco Rogers and family woro
guests of tho former's brother, Walter
Rogers, and family at Samantha, Sun
The greatest lino of Xmas Cards
and Xmas Booklots over shown any
where aro now on display at tho Beo
Mr. and Mrs. 0. F. Farls spent Sun
day at tho homo of tho former's broth
er, B. F. Farls, and family, at Fair-view.
CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
FARMERS & TRADERS NATIONAL BANK OF HILLSBORO, 0
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS NOVEMBER 16, 1909.
Miss Joscphino Roush will have a
sale on all trimmed hats Friday and
Why troublo yourself with your
Thanksgiving turkey. West will have
ono for you.
Eagles' danco at Holmes Hall on
Thursday night, November 125. Mu
sic ; piano and drum.
William Elliott, of Columbus, ar
rived hero Saturday for a week's visit
with his slstor, Mrs. S. N. Patton.
Why troublo yourself with your
Thanksgiving turkey. West will havo
one for you.
Leslie Hoyt, of tho O. S. U., came
homo Tuesday to spend tho Thanks
giving vacation with his parents.
Prof. D. A. Thomas, of Arlington
Heights, Cincinnati, Is the guost of
his brother, A. T. Thomas.
Your Thanksgiving dinner will not
be comploto until you go to West's
for tho good things eatable.
Mrs. J. II. Itlchards returned homo
Saturday, after an extended visit with
hor son, Eddy, at Boston, Mass., and
her daughter, Mrs. J. Lynn Eddy, at
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Do not completo your Thanksgiving
dinnor without seeing the Palate
Ploa&ers at tho South High Street
County Treasurer Charles D. John
son was at Lynchburg yestorday, col
lecting taxes from tho people of Dod
son township. Ho will roturn again
tomorrow to completo tho collection.
Call and see tho Carroll Storm Buggy.
Keeps tho cold out. Very reasonable
in price. Wo can also furnish this top
on your buggy.
M. F. Oaiuioll & Sons.
As Rendorod to tho Comptroller ol Curroncy.
LOANS AND DISCOUNTS ' $293,740 65
OVERDRAFTS 2,780 41
U. S. BONDS TO SECURE CIRCULATION 26,000 00
U. S. AND OTHER BONDS 99,970 00
FURNITURE AND FIXTURES 1,379 50
DUE FROM BANKS AND U. S. TREAS ." $92,759 44
CASH ON HAND 28,736 09 121,495 53
TOTAL $544,366 99
CAPITAL STOCK ' $ 50,000 00
SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS 8,9I6 96
CIRCULATION 26,000 00
DEPOSITS 460,299 03
DIVIDENDS UNPAID ,50 00
How We've Grown in the Last Fifteen Years:
Nov. 10, 1804.,
Nov. 10, 1897.
Nov. 10, 1000.
Nov. 10, 190.1.
Nov. 10, 1000.
Nov. 10, 1000.
Organized as a PRIVATE BANK 1S94
Commenced Business as a NATIONAL BANK Oct. 1, 190S
if you need your buggy repaired,
have tho work done right by Hrst class
mechanics. Don't have It ruined by
M. F. Caiiuoll & Sons.
Mrs. Ralph Tlsch has accepted a
position as assistant matron of tho
Clinton County lnllrmary and lert
this morning to take up her work at
Col. 1). Q. Morrow, Judge Now by,
Irvlu Smith and Carey Turner at
tended tho funeral services of George
Love, at Greenllold, yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gill, of Colum
bus, and Mr. and Mrs. A. H.Chllds,
of Pittsburg, Pa., havo been tho guests
of lion, and Mrs. J. J. Pugsley, for
tho past weok. '
Joseph Campbell and family, who
resided a short distance south of
town, loft Tuesday for MIddletown,
with the expectation of making that
city their future homo.
Miss Margeno Brown entertained
tho Young Ladles Bridge Club and. a
few friends with bridge and a konslng-
ton Thursday afternoon. A delicious
boufot luncheon was served.
Do you know that during tho Holi
day Season, we aro going to give a
small wall clock for thirty coupons cut
from National Hour Backs?
D. S. Hays and wife entertained Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Hatcher and Mr.
and Mrs. Pope McDanlel, of Wlllott
Tho Hillsboro public schools woro
dismissed yestorday evening until
Monday morning, thus giving tho pu
pils and teachers a two days' vacation.
Misses Leona Kesler and Madgo
Farls wont to Fairvlow this morning
to spend tho day with Miss Kesler's
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kesler.
Prof. Claronco Martin, of Wilming
ton, and sister, Miss Luolla, of Cen-
torllold, arrived yestorday evening to,
spond tho remainder of tho week
with their fathor, J. A. Martin.
About twenty-live young men of
this place have formed a social club,
known as tho "Jolly Jokers." They
havo taken quarters In the Barrow
building on West Main Street.
Walter Lemon has been conllned to
Ins homo for several uays with a
slight attack of fever, Ho Is lmprov
Ing slowly, but It will bo sovoral weeks
boforo ho will bo able to resumo his
II. L. Lukomlre, Will Strain, N. R.
Barrett, Charles Swadley, James Kol
ley, Homer Doan, Charles Klblbr and
probably 'othors of tho local lodge will
attend tho district meowing of the
Knights of Pythias at Washington 0.
n. Monday night. Price's Premier
Band, of Greenfield, The Zola Degreo
Staff Orchestra and a Male Quartet,
of Dayton, will furnish the music.
State of Cnjo, City op Toledo, 1
Lucas County. C
Frank J. Chonoy makes oath that
ho Is senior partner of tho 11 rm of F.
J. Cheney & Co., doing business in tho
City of Toledo, County and State afore
said, and that said firm will pay tho
sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for each and every case of Catarrh
that cannot bo cured by tho uso of
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Fhank J. Cheney.
Sworn to boforo mo and subscribed
In my presence, this Oth day of De
cember, A. D. 1880.
(seal) A. W. Gleabon,
nail's Catarrh Cure is taken lntom
ally, and acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of the system.
Send for testimonials free.
F. J. Oheney & Co., Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Tako nail's Family Pills for constipation.
Workmen aro engaged in laying a
vltrllled brick walk alongsldo tho
railroad track by the B. & O. depot,
and while so engaged passengers aro
required to tako a roundabout way to
and from trains.
Sprlngilold & Victor
These are tho best
at tho price of the
We uso Kelley
tires mado and
M. F. Oauuoll & Sons,
Miss Eva Richards will leave In tho
morning for Chicago, 111. Thoro sho
will bo Joined by somo friends with
whom sho will travel to Los Angeles,
Cal., whore sho will spend tho winter
with hor slstor, Mrs. J. F. Benham.
Makes blood and muscles faster than
any othor remedy. Gives health,
strength and vitality, nolllstor's
Rocky Mountain Tea towers above all
other remedies for making sick people
well, and well people "woller." Take
W. R. Smith Co.
composed of II.
II. Maddox, J. H.
Wlckorsham and Arch Eaton, met at
tho Court IIouso Monday and mado a
distribution of tho funds on hand to
thoso who woro entitled to them un
dor the law.
We're sorry If you've tried othor
medicines and they failed. As a last
resort try Ilolllster's Rocky Mountain
Tea. It's a simple remedy, but It's
worked wonders, mado millions well
and happy. Purifies tho blood, makes
llesh and muscles, cleanses you system.
W. R. Smith Co.
Our oysters are received direct from
Win. H. Valllant & Bro., oyster
shuckers on Chespeako Bay and ship
ped in sanitary packages. II. J.
"Tho Cowboy Millionaire" matinee
and night, Thanksgiving Day at tho
Orpheum. This one Is a "Thriller,
and a Genu no W d West." It's a
Get your Men's, Ladles' and Chil
dren's Underwear, Union Suits, Win
ter Hosiery and Gloves at tho Beo
Hive. It all counts In tho big contest.
You get your coupons just tho same,
and tho prices aro lower.
Mrs. Lane Williams, of Columbus,
Neb., was called hero Sunday by tho
serious illness of hor mother, Mrs.
nenry Chancy, who sullorcd a stroke
of paralysis last weok. Her left sldo
is completely paralyzed and there Is
but slight hope of her recovery.
Abraham Wilkin, who lives west of
town, recently celebrated his 87th
birthday. Ho was the recipient of 237
beautiful post cards, many of them
coming from distant western points.
The oldgoiltleman feols highly pleased
at tho kind romombranco of his friends.
Tho county commissioners of Fa'
otto county were hero Friday to
Inspect tho county road roller with a
view to purchasing some of similar
construction for that county. They
wore shown every courtesy while here
and woro favorably Impressed with
tho work done by tho rollers.
George Love died at his home in
Greenllold Monday. Ho had been 111
for several months, but tho news of
his death was a surprise to his friends
hero. Mr. Lovo had been Interested
for many years in tho stone quarry
hero and a frequent visitor at this
A beautiful concert will bo given at
St. Mary's Episcopal church Thanks
giving evening at eight o'clock. Loyal
Phillips Shawo will sing, assisted by
nillsboro's most talented musicians.
Tho proceeds will go for tho bonoflt of
Tho Cut-Rato Shoo Store of E. L.
nolllngswovth, recently purchased by
Sam S. Tudor, of Cincinnati, was sold
on Monday to Bon Davis, of Washing
ton 0. n. Mr. Davis will keep tho
store closed until about March 1,
when ho expects to open with a com
ploto lino of shoes.
The Quality Candy Store is so called
because it carries only Candy that
bears the mark of Quality
The Voting Contest
We aro In tho CANDY BUSINESS. The sale ok
candy Is in fact 01m iiusiness.. Wo do not handlo
candy merely as a sldo Issue or as a side line. Which
means this to tho customerThe candy you buy hero
Is fresh Inasmuch as wo sell more than thoso who carry
candy as a sldo lino and of necessity stock up oftener.
We keep always In stock Morse's, Lowney's and
tho Dolly Vardon Confections, as well as the famous
HissiNaEK loose candy which has a world-wido reputa
tion. Also Heldo's, Underwood's, Lowney's and Dolly
Varden In bulk, and the best the market affords. Mul-
lane's famous tally always on sale.
When you want tho ukt, the khkshkst and tho
DAiNTiKST-the kind that bears the stamp of Quality
go to the
Quality Candy Store
H. J. SCHWEINSBERGER, Proprietor.
1 nnrnin nwwr-w m
nas created the greatest Inter
est of anything that has occur
red in years. Tho boys and girls
aro surely enthusiastic ovor It
on account of having so many
entering the contest, and not
wishing to disappoint them, wo
will glvo away about 50 consola
tion prizes additional to tho con
testants next to the winners.
Wa Wo have never, with our customers, engaged In any game of SM
y uiiiuicu, ttuuiu, in ijuijos ui tuning soiueiuuig tor nothing, you havo u
to pay for what someono else gets
1 J 4- I ntirlAH 4-SV llI4-B- A-o .-. ---- W a M
i uui in uiuui iu niuucu j-ou 10 no your uecomuor ouyincr earlv H
m wo will-Commencing November 27, and Until and In- wf)
') eluding December 4 with every purchase or purchases amount- Ul
lift Ing to ono dollar or more at one time, give you free of chargo Sftj
Any 10c Article in Our Store
n Our goods aro all marked In plain figures and our prices tho ().
lowest, tho quality of tho goods considered.
() Our motto" Always the Best For tho Trice." .
C P. TENER, Ho. IIP I. High Street