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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1912
Aito Healthful (UtelojheW
Prof. Prescott, of the University of
Michigan, testified before the Pure
Food Committee of Congress, that the
acid of grapes held highest rank as an
article of food and he regarded the re
sults from baking with cream of tartar
baking powder as favorable to health:
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar.
Dr. R. O. Matthews
Daniel Morgan was
Monday on business.
Mr and Mrs. Blair M. Bojd spent
Sunday at Moscow.
Mr. and Mrs. John McMullen are
visiting relatives at Mansfield.
Samuel Evans was In Washington,
C. H. Monday on business.
Scott Spears, of West Union, was a
business visitor here Monday,,
Miss Jane Jones left Saturday for a
visit with relatives at Jackson.
Judge O. H. Hughes, of Columbus,
spent Sunday at his home at Marshall.
J. C. Richards returned Saturdaj
from a ten days stav at Martinsville,
Best toilet soap on the market 3c,
6c, and 10c at The Economy Store.
Mrs. George W. GUI, of Columbus, Is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. J.
The best sv eater coat in town for
81.00, size 36 to 40,-4 colors, The Econ
omy Store. , adv
Miss Nelle Nelson, of Madlsonvllle,
spent Saturday and Sunday here with
Lang Doggett, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of Col. and Mrs. L. B. Boyd,
Collins Harmon, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his mother, Mrs. Lucy
Lamps, Lanterns and National
Mazda electric lamps at The Economy
E. M, Sams, of New York City, has
returned home after a visit with his
brother, O. N. Sams.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Murphy, of
Lynchburg, were the guests of rela
tives here over Sunday.
Hober R Van Pelt left Monday for
Boston, Mass , where he will travel
for Proctor & Gamble.
If its dishes you want don't fall to.
see otlr stock before buying. The
Economy Store. adv
Dick Patton, of Columbus, spent
Friday evening and Saturday with his
mother, Mrs. S. N. Patton.
G. L Berln?, of Lynchburg, was the
guest of Mr. aud Mrs W. A. Rodes,
irom Friday until Monday.
Miss Leo Parker was the guest of
her sister, Mrs Howard Illldebrant,
at New Vienna, last week.
Richard Barrett, who has been with
Orville Pavey on a ranch near Blsmark,
N. D., returned home last week.
Z, E. England went to Cleveland
Monday to attend the Annual Conclave
of the Knight Templars of Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Whitehead en
tertained a number of their friends
very pleasantly Thursday evening.
William Welbrooke, of Blanchester,
was the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Wellbrooke, over Sunday.
Charles O, Pavey, of Columbus, spent
several days the latter part of last
week with his cousin, Col. H. A. Pavey.
Miss Susan Purkhlser and daughter,
Mls3 Martha, were the- guests of rela
tives at Greenfield, Saturday and Sun
day. Mr. and Mrs. John Pond, of Colum
bus, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D.
M. Meneley and Mr, and Mrs H. N.
Hon, Coke L. Doster and W. W. Da
Long, editor of the Greenfield Republican,--
were business ''visitors here
Scnrborminn niK-irance. adv
MM Inez Morrow is the guest of
relatives at Columbus. ,
i Mrs. Stewart Kincatd is visiting her
sister, Mrs M. C. Orelght, at Chicago,
Pencils, pecs, Ink, copy books, and
everything for school use at Stabler's
6 and 10c store. adv
Mrs. Charles Richards entertained
a company of ladles Friday afternoon
with a kensington.
$175bujs a live passenger touring
car, In good condition. CallatCurry's
John Warren and Mrs. Alice Saylor,
of Madison, Ind., are visiting their
sister, Mrs. Wilbur Woolsey.
There will be an all
Stabler's Saturday Oct.
lamps at 10c each.
day sale at
19, of night
Mrs. George H. Parker and Mrs.
Harry Parker, of Cullman, Ala., are
the guests of Mr. and Mrs: Seaver
Stabler's 5 and 10c store Is the place
to buy music, If the piece you want
is not in our collection we can get it
forjou. v adv
Mrs. Don Purdy and children, of
Norwood, have been the guests' of the
former's father, C W. Falrley, since
Mrs. Isaac Colin and daughter, Miss
Lillian, spent Sunday with Mr. Cohn,
who is in the Jewish Hospital in
Have you seen Stabler's upstairs
department? A complete line of
china and hand painted dishes are
shown there. adv
Ralph Sams, of Miami Tniversity,
Oxford, was the guest df his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Sams, from Friday
Fay McMullen, of the O. S. U. at
Columbus, was the guest of his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. McMullen,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mls Sue Shelby M ison, who Is at
tending the College of Music in
Cln-lnnatl, spjnt Saturday and Sun
daj with her sister, Mrs. R. A. Haynes.
I. V. Harper, of Barberton, was here
on business Monday. He went to
Carmel for a few-days visit with his
daughter, Mrs Countryman.
Mrs. J. M. Hlbben-andMissMaletha
Roads went to Athens Tuesday to
attend the annual meeting of the
State Federation of Woman's Clubs.
Mrs A. E. Miller, of Parkersburg,
W.'Va , who has been visiting Mrs.
Charles Richards and relatives here,
returned home Tuesday mornlngr
Clinton county will vote at the
election in November on the question
of expending $25,000 for establishing
a couuty agricultural experiment
Herbert Parr, aged 7 years, youngest
son of William Parr, of Lynchburg,
died Monday evening at 7 o'olock.
He had only been sick since Friday
night with diphtheria.
Dr. L Nelson will address the nome
and School Association, of New Vienna
at the High School building in that
place this afternoon. His subject will
be "The Care of the Eye."
Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and children,
who have been the guests of tho form
er's parents, Col. and Mrs. L. B. Boyd,
for-several weeks, returned to their
home in Cleveland Monday'.
A fire in the new Masonic Temple
at Wilmington last week damaged the
building to the extent of about $2,000.
Watt & Patterson occupied the first
floor of the building and their stock of
goods was almost ruined. Their dam
age was estimated at from $20,000 to
Isn't It worth saving? Trere's a
way to do It. Trade at Stabler's. adv
Just received a largo line of silk
beavers at reasonable prices at Cohn's
Mrs. Emma Meek, of Peru, Ind., Is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ova
Just received a large line of silk
beavers at reasonable prices at (John's.
Judge Cyrus Newby attended a
meeting of the judges of this judicial
district at Columbus, Tuesday.
Miss Katie Lee Denny, of Lancaster,
Ky., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R
Mrs. Blair M. Boyd entertained with
bridge Friday afternoon for the benetlt
of the Hospital.
Miss Catherine Whallon, of Cincln
nati, is visiting Mr. and Mrs W. A.
R. B. Barrett, of Norwood, has been
the guest of relatives here and near
Ralnsboro, the past week.
Miss Ellen Steele, of Milford, spent
from Friday until Sunday evening
with her parents, Judge and Mrs. S
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher and
A. E. Hough returned Monday from a
weeks motor trip to East Aurora,
Matt Mitchell and sister, Miss Le
tltla, will spend the latter part of the
week with their sister, Mrs. Morrow,
Philip Hall, who has
with an orchestra on a
Ohio River during the
turned home Sunday.
boat on the
Ike Cohn, who underwent a serious
operation at the Jewish Hospital at
Cincinnati, the first of last week, Is
Improving slowly and the outlook for
his complete recovery Is very good.
The 20th Century Vacuum House
Cleaning Wagon, owned by N. J.
Lewis, of Wilmington, will be in
Hillsboro soon. Anyone wishing work
done, call Home Phone 270. adv
Sick headache is caused by a disor
dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's
Tablets and correct that and the head
aches will disappear. For sale by all
Monday the quarantine that had been
in effect for a week on account of the
fear of the spread of infantile paralysis
was raised. The Webster school build
ing was opened, having thoroughly
fumigated and every one of every age
is now Iree to go to any places of
amusement they desire. The action
of the Board of Health in taking such
prompt and vigorous steps to prevent
any possibility of the spread of the
disease, is to be commended. No
chances should be taken in such mat
ters, as the life and health of the peo
ple of a community should always be
the first consideration.
Miss Faye Dalley, of Balnbrldge, and
Charles Theodore Perin, of this place,
were married at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Edgar Clarence
Dalley, at Balnbrldge, Wednesday
evening at six o'clock. The house was
beautifully decorated for the occasion.
A large number of the friends of the
bride and groom were present. Imme
diately after the ceremony'an elabor
ate wedding breakfast was served
Mr. and Mrs Perln left tint evening
in an automobile for Uinilcoihe,
where they took the train for their
wedding trip. The) will make their
home here on their lerurn.
The bride is one of the mst it trie
tlve and charming vou'ig I idles ol
Balnbrldge and has man: waio mends
here, where she has vKlted a number
of times In the last few jears
Mr. Perln Is a bookkeeper at the
Farmers & Traders National Bank
and Is a ery popular young man.
"Life, A Passing Show"
This will be the theme of a special
sermon on Sunday evening at the
First Presbyterian church.
So many people bellve that life is
but a stage and all menactors, that
the whole of life is clouded with this
The Goddess of Fashion and man
made rules of social custom have
made many folks discouraged with
their claims to first attention
Pessimism as to human frailty has
eaten like a canker into human hope.
It is well sometimes to stop, look and
listen, or we will be run down by a
cruel philosophy of life. You are In
vited to come and think on this
The lady 'teachers of the Hillsboro
Public Schools entertained Monday
evening for Miss Ruth Brltton at the
home of Miss Maria Woodrow. Miss
Brltton became the bride of Walter
L. Doggett on Wednesday afternoon.
The teachers presented Miss Brltton
with a beautiful silver baking dish
also each teacher gave her a piece
of aluminum ware.
Don't fall to attend the stimulator
sale at Stabler's 5 and 10c Store Sat
19, "good night
According tc- figures given out re
cently by Secretary of State Graves
the number of marriages are-decreasing
and the number of divorces in
creasing. 8,000 suits for divorce were
brought during the year ending July
lf 1911, against 7,970 during the pre
ceding year and 5,095 granted as
agalnt 5,521 the preceedlngyear. The
number of marriages decreased during
the same time from 45,294 to 43,357.
Powells in Workhouse.
A. M. Powell and "Big Dick" Pow
ell are both In the Cincinnati Work
house. A. M. Powell Is serving out a
line of $50 and 50 dasandthe costs,
imposed by Judge Newby for his as
sault on Marshall Willis, of Green
field, about a year ago. If he works
out the costs which amounts to over
$200 In that trial he will be in the
workhouse over two years
"Big Dick" was drunk on Sunday
night and had a light with Policeman
Charles Kneedler, of Greenfield. The
fight occured in front of "Big Dick's"
place in Greenfield. Kneedler in
making his iounds Sunday night met
him on the street. He was loud and
Kneedler told him to get off the
street. Kneedler went down street
and returning found Powell still
standing in front of his place. He
said, "Didn't I tell you to get off the
street." Powell answered by calling
Kneedler a foul name.
Kneedler then attempted to arrest
him, Powell resisting. Kneedler
knocked him down striking him on
the back of the neck with his mace.
When "Big Dick" got up he rushed
Kneedler and they clinched rolling on
the pavement. Marshall Willis was
called before Powell could be taken
to the lockup.
Mayor Shlmp "gave him $25 and
30 dajs in the workhouse.
Famous Lecturer Coming.
Dr. Albert Buxton, of Joplln, Mo.,
will deliver the famous lecture, "The
Man on the Log," at Bell's Opera
House on Tuesday night, Oct. 22.
Dr. Buxton Is a graduate of several
large eastern universities and has
lectured In all the principal cities of
the United States. His voice is un
usually rich, full, mellow and pleas
ing. You don't want to miss this
The lecture will be given under the
auspices of the Christian church.
Solicitors will call on jou at your
homes or business houses with tickets
for sale at 25s each. The plat will be
open Monday morning at the Palms
Ho will preach to the congregation
at the Christian church Sunday morn
ing and night. Everybody invited.
Below are given a few of thr many
recommendations concerning his lec
ture. Dr Buxton's lectures drew to the
chapel professors, students and citi
zens. It is a treat to listen to him,
at the table, or on the lawn as well
as from the platform Oarl A. Swens
son, Pres. of Bethany College.
Unique, original, forceful, witty,
Dr. Albert Buxton is a genuine ora
tor and last night at the Y. M. C. A.
he held his audience spellbound
Daily Virginia Pilot, Rocky Ford,
Real Estate Transfers
Mary C. McCoy to William G. Luft,
Fairfield tp. 9a $1500.'
Loretta B. Fleming to E. A. Tin
ker, Madison tp, 9a SI.
.1. Ho'l nd Smith to Emma A.
Vr'ght, (Jrecnileld lot SI.
JjuutsM. Harps to James M. Hlg
gins, Madison tp, lot, $1.
George A. Williams to Rudolph
Goihei man, Brushcreek tp, 25a $1.
Wm. II. Bunn to Georgia L. Lyle,
Concord tp, lots $500.
F. H. Warren to Ova W. McCop
pin, Tirushcreek tp, 96a 81.
J. W. Butler to Elsie M. Newland,
Greenfield, lot $1.
John F. Tudor to Rhoda N. Laf
ferty, Hillsboro, lot $1.
R. A. Gotherman to Dora A. Tuck,
Concord tp, 28a $1.
Jane Jordan to Homer Keefer & S.
O. Arnett, Madison tp, lots $1.
Mary Bond to Newton K. Prlcer,
Greenfield lot 81.
Cynthia Holby et al to Newton K.
Prlcer, Greenfield lot $1.
Oscar Goldsbury et al to Newton K.
Prlcer, Greenfield lot 1.
Carey Long, sheriff, to . Newton K.
Prlcer, Greenfield lots 81.
S. M. Storer to W. n. Mullenlx
Liberty tp 48a $1.
W. H. Mullenlx to S. M. Storer
Hillsboro lot 81.
R. B. Falrley to W. n. Mullenlx,
nillsboro lot 82500.
James A. Harps to M. Irwin Dun
lap, Madison tp, lot 81.
Victor Tannehill to A. J. Inlow,
Belfast, lot $150.
Eva Weaver to G. W. Reedy, Clay
tp, 109a $1.
Charles F. Rosselott gdn. to G. W.
Reedv. Clay tn. 109a $1.
Amy Easter to Lon Easter, Jackson
tp, 2a 81.
John A. Murray to D. F. Runk,
Liberty tp, lot 81.
William Roush Sr., to Nathaniel
Wilkin, Hamer and New Market tps,
Copyrij'it Hart Schaffrtr
Take Your Choice
VOU can have your choice of a
lot of good things in clothes
here this fall and you can't possi
bly choose poor quality, if you
choose from our
Hart Schaffner & Marx
all-wool suits and overcoats. Price $10 to $25
Cheviots, tweeds, wor
steds, serges, homespuns,
English, Scotch, Irish im
ported weaves; silk mix
tures. Nubb effects in a
wide range of colors.
E. H. McCLURE & CO.
' Plain white and decorated bowls
and pitchers, white and gold aeco
rated toilet sets, j ippaned tin, gal
van1.ed, enameled and white semi
porcelain slop pails. The Economy
Rev. George Codgland, pastor of the
African Raptist church, became lo
lently Insane Siturdaj. He was
taken before Judge Walts, but as he
had not been a resident of this count;
for a year lie was taken lo his former
home at Xenia Saturday af.eruoon
Mrs. Ell.ibeth Ot'ercish, aged S3
years, died at thj ho ne of her daugh
ter, Mrs J. II Wedding Tuesday
miming Tli' fuueril sen ices were,
held at tin hone Wednesdaj after
noon al :j o ck Tiie b,)J will be
taken lo Sardinia tod in for tmritl
forced and barricaded with Yale Deposit Locks. The
Yale system of locking is known around the world as
the most sturdy, jthe mo6t impregnable.
Every box In our vault is protected by a special guard raeclianlsm and a doltlU set of
tumblers. Entrust your valuables to us, they will be tuft from fire as well as theft.
The Farmers & Traders National Bank.
Sack suits with long roll
lapel; soft front sacks;
high cut s i x-b u 1 1 o n
waistcoats. O ve r c o a t s
with and without belts;
Mrs. John Bechtol, aged about 00
years, died at her home in Columbus
Friday nlg'n. The funeral services
were held Monday afternoon at 2
o'clock, buriil it Columbus Mrs.
Bechtol w is a former reidentof High
land countj, lming been born and
reared near New Petersburg. She
was a cousin of .Mrs. S N Patton.
Little MIs aroline Archor the 7
eai old dtughtur of Mr an 1 Mrs W.
S Archer, of Columbus, died Satur
da morning after a short Illness with
infantile par.ihsls. The Archers
lived here for several years, Mr. Ar
cher being the Editor and one of the
proprietors of tl e Hillsboro Dispatch.
Their frlenrib here will be sorry to
leirn nf tlifir sad bereavement.
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