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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY OCTOBER 71, 19i2
GRANVILLE BARREREJ ilnt!carn1
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
ONE YEAR IN ADVANCE $1.00
Entered at Postofflce. nillsboro, Ohio,
, as second class matter.
Will be Made Known on Application
As long as the parents and friends of
each young person, think that he Is
! .1. a .ia..Ij. 4-1. n Mtln nrl ...I 1 1
LI1B CACtSJttUll bU 111X3 1UIU iIJU will
make a great success in the city, and
adviso him to go to the city, just that
long will the most of the young people
leavo the farm and the small towns
and go to the large cities and seek
fame and fortune.
And4Clssad but most of them will
Mud out too late that the beautiful
pictures painted for them ere only
The Sensible Thing1 To Do.
For years the statement has been
made that the trouble with the con
duct of public affairs has been that
The French government has decided
not to make aluminum coins, because
the metal i9 so slick It slips through i they have not been carried on upon
the ringers too easily. If It would slip
through our fingers any easier than
sliver does we would not have a piece
long enough to find out what deraonl
ation It was.
There Is no excuse for any Progres
sive in Highland county not voting
for every man on the Republican
county ticket These men were nom
inated at the May primary. The pri
mary was fairly and honestly conduct
ed. In that primary the Progressives
cast more than 200 more v tes than
the supporters of President Taft.
This really makes the Progressives
under greater obligations to support
these candidates than the Conserva
tlvss as they are responsible for their
nomination. In addition, we believe,
that it is one of the cardinal principles
of the Progressive Party to support
able and competent men, men of known
integrity for olnce. we only ask a
thoughtful consideration of the quali
fications of the Republican candidates
and a comparison with their oppo
nents. Do this and you will vote for
the candidates on the Republican
county ticket If you are a real Progressive.
the same basis as private concerns
and that -only when this was done
would public affairs be conducted as
they should be. We believe that this
Is a sensible proposition.
On all sides one can hear H said that
the business of Highland county was
never more elllclently, honestly and
faithfully performed than by the
present set of officials, who are now In
the Court nouse. J
Constitution, their Work should not
be further handicapped by the un
necessary overturning of the Auditors
Ofllce, so closely allied in every re
spect to the Legislative branch. The
leaving of this Olllce Intact will at
once throw to the help of the Legisla
ture all the support of its present or
ganization without any of the In
effectiveness necessarily due to the
disturbance of a change of adminis
tration. It Is time the people of Ohio would
recognize honest, clean, nonpartisan
and ctllclent work on the part of their
public olllclals, and show their ap
preciation by placing the stamp of ap
proval, In casting their votes for Mr.
Fulllngton for Auditor of State, with
out regard to political party.
Shooting of Roosevelt.
The attempted assassination of Col.
Roosevelt, as he was leaving his hotel
at Milwaukee Monday night to go to
a hall to deliver an address, caused
great excitement In every section of
the United States and has been the
main topic of conveisation since. All
Ed. Shannon, ' right thinking people have denounced
clerk of courts, W. A Teter, auditor,
John Farls, recorder, Carey Long,
sheriff, B O. Pratt, surveyor, and J.
W. Matthews coroner, are candidates
for re-election on the Republican tick
et and John L "Penn, who has been
denut. treasurer under Charles D.
the cowardly act and join In hoping
for Col. Roosevelt's speedy recovery.
What a wonderful man this incl?
aent proves mm to be. JMo man can
read an account of his conduct at that
time without a feeling of the deepest
admiration for his courage, his pres-
Candidate For Represntative.
G. G. O. Pence Is the Republican
candidate for Representative. No man
can attain and maintain public posi
tion, State or National, without merit.
To assume that he could would be to and elllcient or whether you will dls
assert tnatuiatine people are ignorant chanre such men and emnlov at the
Johnson during his entire term, is a ence of mind and his nerVe. We do
candidate for treasurer. Every one of not believe there is another man liv
these men have made good olllclals. ing who would or could have have
We do not ask you to take our word done what he did.
for this. It Is proved by the reports , nis first thought after he was shot
of the state examiners and will be was for the safety of the poor demen
cjnrlrmed by any man, who has had , ted creature who had attempted to
business In any of the offices.
These men all ask your support on
their records We have nothing to
s ly derogatory of their opponents. We
are not throwing mud, but their oppo
nents are not acquainted with the
duties of the respective ofllces. They
have not shown that they are capable
of filling-the positions. Itisaquestlon
ot whether you want a man to work
for you who understands the business,
has shown that he Is capable, honest
or corrupt. They are neither. They
may be deceived for a time, butsooner
or later they will distinguish the false
from the true. If false, the man goes
down If he passes successfully the
crucial test of critical public opinion,
all the ombined powers of attraction,
envy, hatred malice and corruption
can not strike him down.
Giimacilaru mpn wIMinilt pvnprlpnpo '
who are unacquainted with the busi
ness and concerning whose efficiency
and capability for the particular Ifne
of work you know nothing.
It Is a business proposition. It Is a
question of using good sense and good
If you believe in applying the same
G.G.O.Pence Is known and respected rules to public affairs as to private
by citizens all over Highland county affalrs. lf vou reany want public busi-
. l..'.nt- lnlnlltrra..4- .1 t A nlf.lAftfl '
S3 ail UUIieSL, lllicmnnu P.H..UWV
farmer, prosperous and progressive and
with his mind stored with Information
in regard to the business In which he
Is engaged. He applies his kniwled-e
to his profession In a deliberate, com-
ness conducted for the benefit of the
public you must vote for these men on
I A Good Official.
mon sense way and has been success- e. m. Fulllngton Is serving his
f ul. ' term as Auditor of State.
His father, Wesley Pence, was a Section 240, General Code, provides
veteran of the Civil War, being a j that the Governor may at any time ex
?nember jf tl,e oth and 16Sth Regts. amine the Olllce -and accounts of the
ana ms patriotic uuvuuuu u, ( AUanor oi otaue. "u" "";"" 'produced in a century. We have
taughthlssonthenoDintyoi American candidate, jar. uonaney, wu w,tlnes hoW6Ver doubted his sincerity.
citizenship. J charge Governor Harmon w ha '-, We have wondered whether he was
Mr. Pfince is at Dresent a trusteeof ure to nerform his official duty, or ls,.,, t ,, . ... t .
take his life, "Don't hurt him; I'm
all right," he said. And then to
quiet the crowd he said, "My good
friends, I'm not hurt. I'm going to
the hall to speak. Good luck." And
although a bullet from a 38 caliber
revolver was Imbedded four inches in
his chest, he did go to the hall and
made a speech, taking over an hour to
In opening his speech he said:
'Now, I would not speak to you
Insincerely within live minutes of
"I am telling you the literal
truth when I say that my concern
is for many other things It Is not
In the least for my own life.
D "i am In this cause with my whole
2 heart and soul; I believe in the
progressive movement a move
ment for the betterment of man
kind, trie movement for making
life a little easier for all our peo
ple, a movement to try to take the
burdens oil the man, and espec
ially the woman In this country,
who is most oppressed. I am ab
sorbed in the success of that move
ment, I feel uncommonly proud
In belonging to that movement.
Friends, I now ask you this even
ing to accept what 1 am saying as
absolute truth when i tell .you I
am not thinking of my own suc
cess, I am not thinking of my life
or of anything connected with me
We have always believed that Col.
Roosevelt was o e df the brainiest and
most brilliant men this country had
We Want to Make You a
Handsome and Valuable Present
You will have an opportunity to get it it
You will visit our store during this week
The present consists of a complete set
of high-grade cooking ware. You will
have an opportunity of seeing an ex
pert demonstrator of the South Bend
Malleable Range, all-ways preferable.
If we knew
would advise you
a better range, we
to buy it, but we
do not because we are sure there is
not a better made. This range is so
mechanically correct and made of
such fine and durable material that it
does perfect work and will save on fuel bills its entire cost in a few years.
New Market township and an earnest
and devout church worker and is in
tensely Interested In Sunday School
While a life long Republican, his
genial good nature and ardent friend
ship for ail ciaes ha-s maJts lil.u
friends among members of all parties
in this county. Thanks to free govern
ment we have no hereditary nobllityi
but we have a nobility far above any
that earthly title can give, the nobl ity
God impresses on an honest man. The
it an ignorance of the law and the
facts, when he Issues his statement
broadcast for political effect that no
provision is made for such examina
tion, and that such has never been
made, while the fact Is, Governor
Harmon has made one examination
during hi administration?
Under the direction of Mr. Fulllng
ton, the Bureau of Public Account
ing has accomplished work of Inestim
able value to the taxpayers of Ohio,
as wall as to Derfect a system of ac-
absolutely honest in his support of
the principles he advocated. All
these doubts and fears are now dis
sipated. We do not think it possible
that a man could act and speak as he
did at Milwaukee Monday night, who
was not courageous and patriotic, who
did not place country abovg self, who
did not place the welfare of the many
above personal ambition; who was
not lighting solely for principles he
held dear, for which he was willing to
sacrifice his life.
riltm nnl nnn1rl n rw ilnmn nrnpli A ni mtlrl
nobility to do right as he understands counts ln every State, County, Town- "JS
the right to be. .ship Municipal ana bc,ooi un.ce - man whQ had
It was not a mistake when G. G .O. which has put every public office In i serlously wounded hlm. A man, con
Pence was nominated. Vote for him. the State on a business basis. The. . ' , Kl.,n 'H
system so established has proven a - - ,
success, and has won the approval of, . . . . . ,,., Hon,
We have nothing but wordsof praise every official: having to do iwith public I and rtoked hls ,lfe to urge the adop-
If you buy a South Bend Malleable
Range during the exhibit, you will get a
set of cooking ware free, including four
large pieces of pure aluminum. Also a
package of the paper bags.
You will also have an opportunity .to
take a lesson in the new way of cook
ing in paper bags. If you have never
tasted food cooked by this new process,
there is a surprise in store for you. It
is simply delicious.
Everyone will get a useful Souvenir Free.
Remember the date
We want you1 to come.
Weeh of October 14tk to 19th
HILLSBORO IMPLEMENT GO., Hillsboro. Ohio.
October 14, 1012.
John Jenkins has returned home
after spending the past summer in
Mrs. Earl, of Waco, Tex., visited
here last Monday.
Miss Dannie Devoss, of Greenfield,
visited here one day last week.
Thomas Stults was a visitor in
Chilllcothe last week.
Mrs. Leach, of Greenfield, visited
here a few days last week.
Mrs. Annie Little visited in Mar
tinsville last Tuesday.
Mrs. Emma Reed, who recently
took treatment ln a hospital- at Cin
cinnati, has returned home and is
Mrs. Rachel Rlckards Is visiting at
Mrs. Laura McLaughlin, of Dayton,
Is the guest of relatives here.
Elijah Newland and wife were vis
iting at Greenfield Saturday.
J. B. Morton, of New Vienna, vis
ited here last week.
Where Work Is Needed.
and commendation for the Boys and
Girls Farm Congress that Is to be held
here the middle of November.
It's purpose Is to Impress upon the
boys and girls that it is better for
them to remain at home than to go to
the larger cities. The belief of young
accounts of the various Departments
of State and local government.
I Mr. Donahey, Democratic nominee
'for Auditor of State, advocates the
placing of the Bureau of Public Ac
counting in the handsof someone
other than the Auditor of State, for
tlon of the principles he was advo
And this is the man that has been
denounced through the press and from
the platform as an "ingrate" "a
traitor" "a demagogue" and "a man
the purpose ol t making tout of It a Po-; would tolnk' Suose who have ' cMed
S. C. REDS
Cockerels and Pullets for sale. Qua!
ity unsurpassed. Great winter layers,
Buy a pen of these birds and get your
own eggs this wlnterr
J. M. SCARBOROUGH,
437 West Pleasant St.
people on the farm and ln the small
towns, that the only thing for them to hib, ffinnaVi,r . h hlm such names would hang their
do as soon as they are grown, Istogo ously avoided by Mr Full Bton. hBad8 ,n Bhame
the large cities on account of the sup- having selected hs public examiners Tbeodore Ro0sevelt lies In a Chicago
posedly wonderful oppotunltles there wlthreferenceto qualification, "J t e to on the
he has been so bravely waging in be
half of social Justice, the uplift of
down-trodden humanity and for a
open to them, has awauenea many luwauiimuv,.1""""'""
neonle to the knowledge that the of the Examiners being Democrats,
cities are becoming over crowded and and the Bureau proper with one Dem
the country and the small towns de- ocrat and two Republicans.
noDulated I A certain element wishing to des-
Anythlng, therefore, that will bring troy the efficiency of this Bureau,
.. ' . ' i . , ,.p,ii,,Hn r,t tried to have the last General Assem-
ine younK ueuuio iu nwiumvuiu m ,
thnnnnortunltlesat home and show bly take it from under the control
"square deal" for all the people.
But such a cause with such a
der must in the end triumph.
th&m that the beautiful pictures they
have had painted of their future lf
they go to the larger cities are only
mirages, deserves the support of every
Mr. Fulllngton, but a majority of the '
Democratic members of this uenerai
Assembly, appreciating the nonpar
tisan work of Mr. Fulllngton, refused
to make anv change. However, Mr. '
Death of Wm. Roush, Sr.
I William Roush, sr., aged 70 Vears,
died at his home near Falrvlew, early
Thursd-y morning. The funeral ser
vices were held Saturday morning,
T..'.. jl,o mirnrnpnnlBnftfldfidllRa-' Donahey attempts tO place his jUdg- mnj.,.j v- i Rnrr IntarmnnUn'
tion along these lines as badly as their ,ment above the General Assembly, cemetery at South Liberty. 'He was r
elders ? Will it do much good to have while, ln fact, he knows nothing about one of lhQ substantai farmers of the
ueonle stand up and tell the children the work being accomplished, and ad- western part of the county and an old
at a public meeting that the thing for vocates the change, not for any good ,d, no is survived by his widow.
them to do Is to stay at nome, n wjibii w.i. - -- ' ana tnree cnuaren, uarey ana juts, i
, of this place, and Mrs.
he thinks might be accomplished, but
they are through school and ready to . wholly for political effect. Frank Hogsett, of I
uSSptheir life's wo, their parents The candidacy of Mr, non a A. Pence, of Ho.
and friends tell them that by a 1 means i buouiu appe wocj wi " "'"i - -
vJinld o to a city that they are ' regardless of Party affiliations, for at ' Capt. and Mrs. W. J, Morgan, who
SnXirUm when our Stat0 l8 caUed havB been, visiting their daughter,
wasting their Urn by WW f , tlUQUgh L9g,8,a. Hannlbal( Mo( murned home
tyoung man or womJ5 here t ' tuVe all the details relating to a new Friday.
Stands for Rolling Pin
And also Stands for Rolls,
And then there's
Bread and Pies and Cake,
We Bake for Hungry Souls.
We're Artists with
the Rolling Pin
And here's the tune we sing
Dough, re, mi, fa, sol, la,
When Rolling Out the
The, Sanitary Bakery
E. Main St- Hlllsbpro, Ohio
THE PLAIN PHICE STORE I
Es One thing-that Is of Importance to" everyone is- to know
where to get the best goods for the price. There is a vast dif-
s ference between cheap goods and GOOD goods cheap; Where S
j you can get the-best f5 the price is. the place where- you want
zs to trade. ss
Ej We buy all of our goods for cash, taking the benefit of all H
H discounts, and as a result, get the lowest prices that can be
made, consistent with the quality of the goods, and a aresult 1
Ej of this, we are able to give our customers the best for the price.
-j Everything marked in plain figures. You are cordially ih-
5 vlted to come and see what we give you in exchange for your Ej
Our Motto Always u THE BEST FOR TUB-PRICE." H
C- P. Tener & 'Co.
j Second Door West of Farmers &r Traders National Bank.
THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOREB 17, IB, Ifr
EJ Smooth finished Table Tumblers, star bottoan gach 2c. 3
3 boxes good 5c matches for 7 i0o EJ
EJ ijqt. Enameled Pudding Pans, each. (. ....... v 5c '
Oct. 14, 1912.
Ulric Smart and sister, Alice, visited
Jas. Capllnger and family, at Belfast,
Nathan Bales and wife and Earle
Troute and wife were entertained at
the home of Wm. Ream Sunday.
Don Main and family, of Marshall,
visited Chas. Ashmore and family,
-Chas. Cast, of Edlngton, was a visit
or at W. M. Ream's Wednesday.
John Shaw and family, of Sugartree
Ridge, Amelia and Cinderella Rich
ards, of Hillsboro, and EvaStorer were
entertained at the home of Newton
Faris and family, Sunday.
Sanford Creed and daughter, Mrs.
Cora McConnaughey and son, Homer,
visited friends at New Market Sun
day. H. N. .Anderson, of Morrow, and
George Sams, of Vllllsca, la., visited
Wm. Ream one night last week. Mr.
Sams returned to his home on Thurs
day. Mrs. Ella Ghaney, ot Greenfield,
visited her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Two of the young men of this com;
munity had bad luck last week. O
Creed lost his driving horse on tha
way to the Ralnsboro Fair Thursday.
Just as he was entering JRalnsboro, he-
woa compenea to turn oil the road
very quickly In an attempt to prevent
a collision with a buggy which was
across the road. His buggy struck tha
other buggy and his horse was thrown
tothelke. The horse was so badly
injured that it died in a short time.
Matthew Carey had had his buggy
torn up on his way home from -tha
show at Hillsboro Thursday night.
House For Sale.
Good frame house, 0 rooms with good
barn and other outbuildings. 3 acres
of ground, plenty of fruit. Property
situated in Wlllettsvllle. Call on or
address adv is. B. Reeves,
(10-17) Hillsboro R. R. No. 7.
Re-Cleaned Seed Rye.
A car Northwestern whlto rye, the
very highest quality at 90 cts. per, bu.
at Richards Mill, t (10-24) adv.
John Pfarr will clean and press and
mend that suit until it; will look as
good as new. I also do dry cleaning.
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoa