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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORQ, OHIO, THURSDAY OCTOBERS, 1912.
1 Ready to Show You
Come in and see the new styles
and colors I am showing for
this season. ,
Qet The Lowest
Sept. 30, 1912.
Miss Lucy White, of Hillsboro, was
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph
Hoskins, last week.
Mrs. D. A. Terrell visited her niece,
Mrs. M. A. Judklns, at Norwood, a
few days last week.
Mrs. Ghas. Johnson, who has been
quite ill with typhoid fever the past
few weeks, is getting on very nicely
at this time.
G. R. Pensyl, of Washington, O. H.,
was calling on old friends here the
first of last week.
James Adams and wife, Frank
Woodmansee and wife and Mrs. Burch
Woodmansee and little daughter, were
gusts on Sunday of Ernest Woodman
see and Wife, of Springfield.
. Miss Imogene Terrell started Friday
morning for St. Joe, Mo., where she
will spend'the winter with her sister,
Mrs. Anna Rhoads.
Mrs. Morg. Williams, of Leesburg,
visited Mrs. Mose Cohn a couple of
days last week.
David Evans and family, Mrs. Eliza
beth Evans, Mrs. Bertha Kemp, of
California, Mrs. Blanche Childress, of
St. Louis, Joe Arthur and wife, of
Council Bluff, la., and Horace Evans
were guests of Mrs. H. A. Evans and
family Tuesday of last week.
Mrs. R. B. Falrley and son, of Hills
boro, were visitors at the home of her
sister, Mrs. P. F. Ladd, Saturday and
Wm. Huff and daughters, Maggie
and Grace, Miss Edith Thornburg,
Mrs. Mary Terry and Mrs. M. A.
Beeson, of Denver, Col., were enter
tained on Sunday by Miss Fannie
Archie Woodmansee returned to
Cleveland Saturday, where he will re
. sume work In a Medical College.
Mrs. M. E. Lloyd, of Anderson, Ind.,
has been visiting friends 'near Mem
phis1 and this place, the past week,-
Mrs. Roscoe McPherson, w)io was
operated upon for appendicitis- a few
weeks ago, is recovering very nicely.
Good racing Ralnsboro Fair, adv
Mother4Gray's Sweet Powders for
RelieveJIfeverishness, Bad Stomach,
Teething Disorders, move and regu
late thejBowels and are a pleasant
remedy'forjworms. Used by mothers
for 22 years. They never fall. At all.
Druggists, toe. Sample) FREE. Adr
dress, A. B. Olmsted, LeRoy, N, Y. adv
-i t i mj, ' -
Eainsboro Fair Oct. 8, fl, 10 and 11.
All the latest shades in Blues,
Grays and Browns for Fall and
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FREE'SCORNER. HILLSBORO, 0,
Sept. 30, 1912.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Burns were visit
ing at the home of Martin Haley Sun
day. Mrs. Wilbur Willett is quite poor
ly. Our school, commenced last Monday
with David Sonner as teacher.
Loren Furstenberger has returned
from New Marshfield.
Miss Nellie Martin visited Daisy
Mock Sunday and attended Sunday
school at Hollowtown.
Thomas Martin and wife visited
relatives at Mowrystown Sunday.
Sept. 30, 1912.
Miss Myrta Denham, of Highland,
Is visiting her parents this week.
Mrs. Chas. Shoemaker and children,
You can light your homes almost as cheaply as
with sunlight by using the new Mazda or Tung-
. sten lamps which we offer at a further reduction
in prices as follows: . : -., .-..- Z . .'., "'"
t;; 100 watt
TIJESE ARE THE BEST LAMPS OBTAINABLE..
HILLSBORO LIGHT & FUEL CO.
i ( 1 1 1
of Sinking Spring, Mrs. F. O. Shoe
maker, and child and Mrs. Charles
Courtney, of Pleasant, were guests'
of W. T. Shannon and wife last Sun
day. O. H. Baker and family and W. F.
McCoy and family were guests of A.
J. Fling and family last Sunday.
Kate Murphy and daughter, Nancy,
visited at the home of Dennis Mur
phy, near Golar, last Sunday.
Misses Mabel Murphy and Opha
Smart were entertained by Miss
Hazel Redkey last Saturday.
Mrs. Grover Eaklns, of Dead Fall,
was a guest at the home of G. W.
Hopkins last Saturday.
G. H. Murphy and wife and child
ren, were guests of Dennis Murphy
- Tea spoons, 15c a set, warranted for
three years, at Stabler's. Can you
beat it ? adv
Dream Comes True
(32 c. pi:T'. .
(50 c, p.) - ; : .
(80 c. p.) v ;'-..;,
(200 c, p.) ' . .
Wo will Oder at public auction at
our residence one. mile east of Tran
quility., 4 miles east of Seaman. 8
miles west of Peebles, 8 miles south
of Belfast, on
Tuesday, tOctober 15
at 0:30 a. m. the following property
8 head of horses consisting of 1
stallion, Red Baron, foaled on May
12, 1V04, -stands 15 hands and 3 in.
high, weighs 1100 lbs. and is a red
Red Baron-by Baron Hawk 30061,
by Jay Hawker. First Dam by Bay
Baron by Baron Wilkes. Second dam
Empress Wilkes, dam of Aliped,
2:181-4, by Sherman Wilkes. Bed
Baron's first dam by Shellward, by
Onward. Second dam, Woodland
King, by Membrlno King. Bed Baron
is a half brother to Ruby B. 2:10 1-4,
also Edith Burns, trial 2:15.
1 6 year old Gelding, weighing 1150
lbs., one 4 year old Gelding weighing
1000 lbs., one 13 year-old Farm Horse,
one 2 year old trotting colt, by Del
mar J., one yearling colt by Elmer J.,
one 5 year old family driving mare.
Five cows; 4 pure bred Jerseys, all
young and good milkers, one Short
Horn, will be fresh in January, one
Jersey Heifer, fresh in April, 4 Jersey
Heifers not bred. 1 yearling Short
Horn Heifer, .4 yearling Steers, 110
pure bred O. I. O. Hogs, 55 feeding
Hogs, 4 Boars, 4 sows and 38 pigs, 5
Brood Sows. All registered stock! 6
head of sheep, consisting of 6 Shrop
shire Breeding Ewes. 8 tons of Tim
othy Hay, 8 tons of Millet Hay, 1200
bushels corn in shock, farming Imple
ments, 2 road wagons, 1 good mowing
machine, 1 sulky rake, 1 walking cul
tivator, 1 Augue breaking plow, 1
steel drag Harrow, 1 two horse disc
harrow, 1 binder, 1 two horse corn
planter, 1 new cutting box, 1 good
buggy, 1 new road cart, 1, 30 gallon
feed cooker, 1 two horse sled, 1 hog
rack, 4 seta of work harness, 1 set of
buggy harness, 1 Iowa cretfm seper
ator and other articles too numerous
to mention. Terms made known on
day of sale. Lunch on ground.
Marion Dunlap Bukgess Elliott
Col Jerry Mercer and Col Frank
Sept. 30, 1912.
Fred Shlnkle and family, of Car-
i meh spent Sunday with Jos. Ferneau
I and wife.
I Mrs. Sam Eenoe and daughter,
I who have been visiting relatives at
1 Buffalo, N. Y., returned home last
Geo. Sams, of Iowa, Is visiting rela
tives In this community.
Gale Wolfe and family left for their
new home at Xenla this morning.
G. G. Garman and wife and C. R
Foraker and wife spent Sunday with
Homer Garrett and wife of Washing
ton C. H.
Guy Wilkin and family, of Mar
shall, were guests of A. G. Cameron
and wife Sunday.
Don't forget that next week, Oct
8, 9, 10 and 11 is the date of the Ralns
boro Fair. Four big days. Every
body is invited to attend and help
make it the best one ever held here.
J. A. Beaver and family spent last
Sunday with his brother at Beaver
Ralnsboro Fair Oct. 8, 9, 10
Make The Old Farm Pay.
There are 271,383 farms In Ohio.
This Is 5,000 less than ten years ago.
.'Thercls a decrease in the number of
people llvlng.ln the country, a decrease
in agricultural workers. The agricul
tural papulation of. more than half of
the counties of Ohio is decreasing.
But, worst of all, associated with this
decrease in agricultural population, is
the decrease in-tho total amounts of
crops.and livestock produced. Is agri
culture lnOhlo going down hill ? In
many counties farmers have given up
itle struggle and have moved to town
and the old farm Is growing up to
weeds, orlars and brush. Farmhouses
with boards. nailed over the windows
empty barns and vacant fields tell the
story of agricultural decline ; yet the
average city man when he settles with
"the butcher, the baker and the can
dlestick -maker" ,not only considers
these ''knaves all three" but usually
considers the farmer the champion
"get-rlch-quick schemer" df the
something must be done quickly.
Ohio is no longer agricultural. It is
industrial, and in the future will be
come more and more so Agricultural
population will probably grow rela
tively and perhaps actually- smaller
than it now is ; but agriculture must
be developed to the limit of profitable
production. Every acre must do its
best. The farmer must be a manager,
a reader, a thinker, a planner. He
must live better himself and help keep
the other fellow from starving Only
60,000 Ohio farmers get the bulletins
of the Ohio Experiment Station less
than one in six.
If the fundamental agricultural
truths discovered by this institution
concerning Ohio agriculture were all
best utilized by Ohio farmers the
products of Ohio's soil would exceed
many times the requirements of our
population and Ohio farmers would
live better, live easier and get richer.
"Tlje rainbow does come down in
Ohio" and the pot of gold is in the soil
of Ohio's farms Fifty thousand farm
ers are using the "guide books," and
225,000 are groping around in the dark.
Get on the mailing list ofthe Experi
ment Station ; the bulletins are free.
A post card will bring them. See the
big Station Exhibit at the Ralnsboro
Fair, with the big tent, and ask for
some of the bulletins, but you had
better send for them right now before
you forget it. This will help, you make
the old farm pay.
And We Please to Live,
But know to make a living
We Must Live to Please,
So We Are Glad
That, We're Alive
And You Should be so, too.
Glad There's a Baker Here
TO BAKE GOOD THINGS
The Sanitary Bakery
E. Main St.
Crude oil engines are taking the
place of all others now in Russia", so
that it is possible American exporters
may be able ,o place their englrjeson.
the market here, provided they can
compete with; the domestic and Ger-
'man manufacturers. '
With headquarters at Hamburg,, the
Hamburg-American Line is the largest
owner of steamships in the world. -
It was dreadful. He rocked the beat
and she was drowned.
He Luuky girl! She might have
escaped and married the idiot. Bos
' m m r
'"I thlnk'l wljl take. my phonograph
alopg when I take my vacation, V said
"That's; a gtjod. idea," .assented Mr.
Netdodr, rt jt certainly needs a vacar
tion." Cincinnati Enquirer.
r , . . . .
The wprld.'s.anhu'al consumption of
rubVwai'5000ftons in 1875, whjle the
present? consumption is nearly lOO.'OOO
Farm and Town property always
for sale. Money loaned on Real Es
tate. Wadk TunNBB,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
for sale or trade.
O. 0. Bobb.
Klefer Pears for sale. Fred Hill,
Hillsboro, O. Bell Phone. adv-
A wood Heating Stove for sale
cheap. Inquire 760 S. High St. adv.
Got your fertilizer
at The Hillsboro
Lost between Lynchburg and Aliens
burg last Thursday evening a black
leather pocket book. Finder will
please return to Miss Tessle Shaffer,
at Allensburg. adv
If you want a polled Jersey bull, a
Short Horn bull, a Shropshire ram or
a Poland China boar, call Foster H.
G. Bell, Marshall, O. ( tf ) adv
BOWLES & GO.
Wallpapers for fiie Fall Trade
TJOW is the time to consider the
1 beautifying or your homes for
TV7 E are now showing the latest
and most exclusive designs
from the cheapest that's good to
the best that's made.
T HESE papers are
stock. No wasting no freight
no express no substitutions.
"VVT E call special attention to the"
" advantage of making a selec
tion from paper carried in stock, to
the disappointment so frequently
experlencedvhen the selection Is
made from small samples by mail.
""'ALL and look over our splendid
Fall Stock and be convinced
that you can get better results and
save money by buying your paper
The modern Art Glass Sub
stitute It is especially appropriate for
bath rooms, kitchens, front doors,
sky lights, churches, libraries, of
fices, etc. In fact there Is no limit
to its usefulness. Price from 35o
to 50c per yard.
JSVINDOW SHADES All the
latest and best styles for the fall
BOWLES & CO.
N. High St. Opp. Sol. Monument
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of William Shawver deceased,
Matilda Shawver has been-appolnted exec
utrix of tbe estate of William Snawver, late
of Highland County, Oh(o, deceased. m
Dated this 28th day of September, A. D.
T. M. Watts
Probate Judge of said County.
Use Alien's Foot-Ease.
the antlseptlcipowder to shake Into
the shoes. Makes tight or new shoes,
fell easy. Believes painful, swollen,
tender, sweating, aching feet and
takes the sting out of corns and bun
ions. Sold .everywhere, 1 25c Don't
accept any substitute. Sample FREE.
Address, Allen S. Olmsted, LeHoy,
N. Y. - ady
Batnsboro Fair Oct.
8, 9, 10 and 11
Hewitt How do you like your new
Je witt It's so small that every time
I get home I feel like the greatest,
living American. Woman's Home!
Italy'fl production of olive Oil in
10lia ,was o've,rp5,p00,000 gallons,
while tiiataf thefpreceding yea"jv.,had
been 37,000,000 gallons. ' .- - '
-r-r .-' - ' "
The Texan cattle ranch of-Mrs.. Hen
rietta M. King embraces 1053 square
rri'les, more than that.of the .state of
First Citizen Who is .that stranger
hurrying down on tbn other side,
Second Citizen tVdon't recognize "
htm. Must be a new political party.
, She (flattering with eyes and voice)
Arthur, dear, Ljirid that we will need
a Tow things to make our little house
He Well, what is It now
. fche Well, for, Jnstanca,' we Heed a
new hat for me. Stray Stories.
Bain'sboio Fair Oct. 8. 9,
10 and 11.