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THE-NEWS-HERALD, HILLS9DRO, OHKr THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2 JS12
Olocks 05o to $0 at Tener &Co. adv
Col. and Mrs. L. H. Boyd left Mon
day for New York City.
Tablets, envelopes and box station
ary at Tenor & Co. adv
Eev. L. E. Durr spent Saturday In
Half Boles and leather strips at Ten
nr ; Co. adv
Judge Gyrus Newby Is holding court
at London this week.
Jardlnlers 10c to 31 00 at Tener &
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rogersjiave
gone to St. Petersburg, Fla., to spend
W. M. Porter, of Greentleld, was
calling on friends here, Thursday and
Mrs. Will Reed entertained with a
dinner Friday for Mrs. Frank Mc-
Eeohan, of Denver, Col.
Misses May Madden and Cora Egge
llng were the guests of friends at
Cincinnati from Friday until Monday.
Miss Florence Hilton, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with her parents, Dr.
and Mrs. L. R. Hilton.
Will Patterson, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his mother, Mrs James
W. Patterson, Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Worleyand daughter, Miss
Sarah, went to Cincinnati Tuesday
for a short visit with relatives.
Miss Ella Patterson entertained a
company of ladies Friday night for
her sister, Miss Margaret.
Miss LlllleAyres has been contlned
to the house with an attack of grip
for several days.
Ben B Nelson, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. John
Mrs J. H. Richards returned Friday
from a visit with her son, Will, at
Mrs. Fred Gabriel and son, who
have been visiting relatives at Nor
wood, have returned home.
Miss Louise Shelble, of Cincinnati,
was a guest at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. L. R. Hilton, Sunday.
C. P. Tener and sister, Miss Mlttle
spent Sunday with relatives at Alex
andersvllle, near Dayton.
Guy H. Kennedy and children, of
Cincinnati, were the guests, of the
former's father,-Capt. A. A.
Miss Mary Bayless, formerly of Wpst
Union, Is the private secretary of Mrs.
Woodrow Wilson, wife of the Prcsl-dent-elect.
Miss Ellen Steele, of MUford, was
the guest of her parents, Judge and
Mrs. S. F. Steele, from Friday until
Mr. and Mrs. George Muhlbach, of
Columbus, are spending this week
-with the former's parents, Hoi, and
Mrs. C. V. Muhlbach.
Mrs. Eliza M. A. West and daughter,
Miss May, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Muritz attended the funeral of Alfred
Moon, at Westboro, Tuesday.
Col. A. E. B. Stevens, of Cincinnati,
clerk of court of Hamilton county,
was the guest of Dr H. A. Russ from
Saturday until Tuesday.
Burch D. Hugglns, of Columbus
spent from Saturday until Mondiy
afternoon with his father, Judge H.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wilkin and son,
of Washington C H , were the guests
of their parents here over Sunday.
Mrs. Wlkln and son remained tor a
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.
Seurborotijru uisrranco. adv j
Chair seats 5C to 18o at Tener & Coj
Born to Mn and Mrs. Ova Hopkins
Sunday, a daughter I
Framed pictures 10c to $3 at Tener
&Co. adv j
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gavey spent
Sunday with friends In Cincinnati. .
Lamps all kinds and prices at Tenorr
& Co. adv I
Miss Nelle Nelson, of Madlsonvllle, j
spent from Friday until Sunday even
1 nr wltli. her mother, Mrs. John P. '
A son was born to -Mr. and Mrs
Walter O.Curtis, of Mt. Vernon. Sun
day. Mrs. Curtis was formerly Miss
Marv E. Evans.
Mrs- Harry Roush and little daugh
ter, of Stuttgart, Ark., will arrive here
Friday for a visit with Mrs. Roush's
molher, Mrs. S. N, Patton.
Mrs Cora Powell, after an extended
visit with her sister, Mrs H. P. Mor
row, returned toherhoraeatDaytona,
Miss Grace Jones who has been vis
iting relatives at Jackson, returned
here Saturday to resume her duties
as court steno,. rapher.
Fred Gabriel, of Norwood, came
here Monday to spend a few dajs
hunting and to visit his sister Mrs.
William Hill, and his brothers.
Mr and Mrs. J. E. Frank and baby,
of Walnut Hills, Cincinnati, are vis
ltlng the former's parents, Mr and
Mrs S. 11. Frank. I
Ben Johnson, of Springfield, and
Harry D. Waddell, of Cincinnati,
spent Friday here on their way to the
littpr'n himtrnlnw .at. Mm Pntnt,. I
Mr. Mltteiidorf, humane olllcer of
Dajton, was here Monday to testify
In the contest between Dr. and Mrs.
Mitchell Chaney for the possession of
Mr. and Mrs. Amos Williams enter
tained A. Z. Farrell, the former's
brother and his friends, A. Carlton
Secreter and Harry Allen, of Colum-'
bus, from Thursday until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Shry, Mrs. Susan
Shry, Mr. and Mrs. Madison Hale and
John Ebicks, of Dayton, motored here
on Sunday and visited Mrs. Shrj's
mother, Mrs. George Rains. j
Dr and Mrs. H. M. Brown will leave
Monday for a visit with the former's
brother at Humrlck, 111. From there
they will go to Chicago to attend the
International Live Stock Show.
Special at Tener & Co., Friday and
Saturday of this week, four quart en
ameled pudding pans, triple coated
and white lined, best grade. Regular
price 25c, sale price 15c.
The proposition to establish an ex
periment farm in Clinton county was
submitted to the voters of that county
at tlid recnt election It was defeated
by a majority of 1484.
O E. Bradfute, of near Cedarville,
has received word that his prize herd
i of Foiled Angus cattle took all the
prizes in that class at the Virginia
State Fair and also took second grand
chttinpionship.over all other breed's.
The herd, so far this season, has never
bten defeated and this triumph adds
another link of their chain of success.
Mls Unnie B"ntlpv. daughter of
Mr and Mrs. B M. bentley, and Wal
ter L. Sprinkle were married last Sat
urdav and a host of friends join In
congratulations and best wishes. They
will reside at Mt Orab, where the
Messrs Sprinkle have l een engaged In
the musical Instrument business since
they left Wilmington Clinton County
THIS day of joyous
re-united families and
friends are met together
to enjpy its round of
pleasures find us well
prepared to fili your ne
cessities in the way of
Men's Suits $10.00,
$12,50, $15,, $18,
$20. Choice Over- 'a
coats $7.50 to $20.
All the best styles in
stiff and soft hats, neck
wear gloves, shirts, ho
While it takes "qual
ity" to find room in our
store it costs' no more
money to wear our bet
ter outfitting than it does
the other kind.
E. H. McCLURE & CO.
Mrs. G B. Beecher Is spending a
few days this week at Louisville, Ky.
Circuit Court will convene here next
Tuesday. Thlrteenflases are on the
docket for hearing.
Little Light Bearers Society will
meet in the Sunday School room at
the Methodist church Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock.
The Little Light Bearers Missionary
Society will hold a market in the lobby
of the Forum Wednesday afternoon of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ruble and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Murphy, of Lynch
burg, motored here Sunday and spent
the day with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Mrs. Nancy Stultz, of Hlllsboro, and
Mrs. Fenlgan, of Paulding county,
were the guests of their cousins, J. M.
Wlsecup and Mrs. Mary Skeen, east of
Hlllsboro the past week.
David E. Grove, aged 54 years H rt
from heart trouble at hK'lione at
Dallas Monday night. The funeral
services were held Wwlnesdiy after
noon at the Dallas (hriRiliii church
at 1 o'clock ; iulerin nt In the Till .
cemetery. He Is survived by j. wiuow
and' two children.
The Woman's Christian Temper
ance Union held a half hours prayer
service on Monday, In line with the
Missionary services being held In the
various churches this week. There Is
no organization more In sympathy
with the Missionary work than the W.
C. T. U. nor one doing more good than
this great Union of all churches and
creeds. The next meeting will be at
the home of Mrs, James Keys, on the
corner of Pleasant and Elm, next Mon
day afternoon, at 2 o'clock to which all
w 111 be welcome. JThls will be a pray
er and evangelistic service.
Judge O II. Hughes, of the state
publlo utilities commission, and W.
L. Flnley will go to Madison, Wis., to
investigate the machinery hised by
that state for valuing property of the
public service corporations. The Wis
consin system has been In operation
for several years and Is said to give ex
cellent results. One of the promises
made by Cox was that there would be
a physical valuation made of this prop
erty as a basis for future rates and
taxes. If he can spare the time Cox
will join his two representatives at
Madison. Upon the result of this in
vestigation will depend largely his
recommendation to the general assembly,
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fc . You have seen No. 4130 MlllSiM TrTTT I I
tg. advertised-ask us to 0. iMMJ i L, j
e show you the Suit itself. fl III III 1 P V I LZ
"Mutt & Jeff."
The best evidence a theatre mana
ger can offer his patrons as to the
actual merits of an entertainment
that he Is offering for your approval
is undisputed facts concerning Its suc
cess elsewhere. What is said here con
cerning the success of Gus nill's
production of Bud Fisher's great car
toon play "Mutt and Jeff" coming to
Bell's Opera House B'rlday, Nov. 29,
caneaslly be verified In the news
columns of almost any newspaper.
More than five hundred prominent
newspapers throughout the country
are running thee ever Fisher cartoons
dally. That Newspaper Is Paying A
Big Bonus For The Privilege Of Get
ting The Fisher Castoon Because It
Attracts Its Readers, because It has
proven the biggest success since car
toon pictures have become a feature
In dally papers. Millions of people
open their morning paper at the "fun
in pige" to see what new stunt "Mutt
an ' .I.ll" are up to. You can then
l jgine w ith what pleasure the people
look forward to seeing those two funny
fellows In real life, depicted by clever
flesh and blood actors, who are physi
cal! j luted to properly portray every
movement that Bud Fisher had con
vened to be funny. "Mutt and Jell"
has actually created a sensation never
before known In theatrical history.
In New York City where the play ran
to record business at the Grand Opera
House and at the Manhattan Opera
House; In Chicago where It ran four-teen-weeks
to phenomenal -business;
In Boston where It ran fifteen weeks
to actual capacity ; and In every city
large or small in the entire country
and wrung from themostconservatlve
critics the enviable title of being the
greatest financial and artistic success
in a quarter of a century. You don't
want any better evidence than this,
do you The big New York company
with all of the arguments that won
Its success will be here. Get seats
Mrs. W. W. Glenn Will entertain a
company of ladies today with a lun
cheon. The mankettl nutu are obtained
from trees which grow wild all over
the north of the German Southwest
African protectorate. It Is said that
the natives and bushmen eat the fruit
without any ill effects.
Daughter Papa, Harold said some
sealed proposals came to your office
Father So they did, dear.
Daughter (anxiously) Were any of
them for me? Baltimore American.
Real Estate Transfers.
D. M. Coyner to Louis Moore et al,
Fairfield tp, 113a, $9,000.
Cynthia A. Harrington to D. N.
Candy Rilnsboro, lot, $1.
GlennBarrett et al to D. N. Caudy,
Ralnsboro, lot, $1.
Duniap Wakefield to H. J. Derlvan,
New Vienna, lot, $252.50.
Albert L. Pence to H. G. Powell,
New Market tp, IGa. 81.
Jesse Ankron to Clara A. Finnegan,
Greenfield, lot, 81.
Duniap Wakefield to Mrs. R. D.
Bryan, New Vienna, lot, $07 50.
A. C. Hall to Delia Stratton, Clay
tp, la, $250.
F. D. Temple to A C. Hall, Clay tp
Clarence Dean to Anna Smith,
Lynchburg, lot, 1200
Joseph E. Stabler, to Stella T. Stab
ler, Hlllsboro, lot, 81.
Isaiah Smith to Jane A. Mercer,
Leesburg, lot. $4000.
J. C. Gossett et al to John W. De
Hass, Clay tp, 12a, 81.
C. L. Shaper to Urban Stroup,
Ljnchburg, lot, 81.
Minerva Rollins to Jane Younir.
Hlllsboro, lot, $350.
BEmmaS Gustln to David Steele,
Ureenlleld, lot, $1.
Ilulda F Philips to II. Ella Strain,
Greenfield, lot, 81.
Marcaret Ch.itinv At. n.l tn inra n
Jones, Liberty tp, 5a, $1.
j. v. JMunonasoti to Arthur Slacle
et al, Greenfield, lot, 81.
Louisa btevens to Rosa A. Pence.
Salem tp, 9a $900.
Extraordinary low prices on all cass
es of merchandise, including Hats,
Flowers, Plumes, Fancy Feathers,
Velvets, Ribbons, Etc.
MISS JOSEPHINE ROUSH
M ; WKOPERA5HOUSE BLOCK IB
Sinking- Spring- Al. E. Circuit.
Conoway's Chapel preaching 9:30.
Sinking Spring, preaching 11:C0.
Cedar Chapel preaching 2:J0.
Cedar Chapel preaching 7:00.
Special protracted ssrvice going on
at Cedar Chapel. Great interest man
ifested. Come and join hands in the
great work It will do jou good.
Don't fonjet Quarterly Conference at
Sinking Spring next Saturday, Nov.
21, at2p. m. Make an old fashioned
meeting out of It.
During the week of Nov. 25-30 we
will give the purchasers of all mal
leable steel ranges the same set of
aluminum ware that we gave during
our former demonstration.
Hlllsboro Implement Co. adv
The Smith Dry
will be closed all
ing. Get your
work in early.