Newspaper Page Text
THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHlb, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, J 91 3.
Mrs. W. R. Smith is 111 with the
R. D. Falrley spent Saturday In
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Engbers,
Sunday, a son.
Mrs. John F. Nelson Is confined to
the house with an attack of grip.
Mrs. S. W. Illestand Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. Will Illestand, at Colum
bus. Jas. A. Wllklns and J. B. Worley
were In Greentleld Monday on legal
Tr. Ti!H7.ahft,h Edmlnston and Miss
Grace G. Gardner spent Tuesday In
Hoyle up-to-date. Olllclal rules of
all card games, 25c a copy, at Stabler's
Mrs. George B. Gardner, who has
been 111 with grip for several weeks, Is
A Country Life Institute will be
held In the Methodist church at Pee
bles, Jan. 20 and 21.
Halford Conwoll, of Xenla, was the
guest of his brother, James, from Sat
urday until Monday.
Mrs. Theodore Perln, who has been
-visiting her mother at Balnbrldge,
jeturned home Thursday.
Mrs. Maurice Hoyt was the guest of
friends at Trice Hill, Cincinnati, from
Thursday until Saturday.
Judge J. B. Worley attended a con
vention of probate Judges at Columbus
Tuesday and Wednesday,
D. Leadbetter, who has been sick
with the grip for the past month, was
able to be up town Monday.
C. M. Lacy and Perry McCoppln left
Sunday for a pleasure trip to Washing
ton D. C. and New York Olty.
W. A. Teter has been confined to
the house since Friday, suffering from
an attack of acute Indigestion.
Mr. and Mrs. John Layman and son,
of Lynchburg, were the guests of Mr.
.and Mrs. A. D. Moorhead, Sunday.
The Woman's Home and'School As
soclatlon will meet at the Washington
School Building Friday afternoon at
Real Estate Transfers.
Stanley Holladay to Thomas K Fen
ner, Whlteoak tp, 152a, $1.
John Illestand to Prlscllla Hlestana,
Liberty tp, 273a & lots, 31.
Cary Loiig sheriff to Ibe Johnson,
Hlllsboro, lot, 92550.
William Nace to Charles Pence,
Hlllsboro, lot, $1.
..Cordelia R. Sanders to Adallne Den
ny, Leesburg, lot, $1
W. A. Roberts to J. S. Wllklns,
Washington tp, 1 lnt a. 31.
Marie C. Chaney to Amos uaginton,
Liberty, tp, 5a, 81.
John nulltt to Marie O.Jones, Hllls
boro, lot, $1.
Elizabeth McKlnney to uarry J.
McKlnney, Fairfield tp, la, $1.
Mary F. Banks to Oliver JH. U'ueu,
Madison tp, 85i, $1.
Melissa Wise to Samuel Wise, Madi
son tp, lot, $1.
M. L. Matthews to Myrite rayior,
Madison tp, lot, $1.
Cary Long sheriff to n. W. Hunter
et al, Hlllsboro, lot, $000.
Dunlap Wakefield to Jas R. West,
New Vienna, lot, $150.
Rufus nire to F. L. Brown, Paint
tp, 102a, 81.
Mary M. Rother to Ollla A. Miller,
Hlllsboro, lot, $1.
J. E Upp to Lizzie M. Taylor et al,
Greenfield, lot, $1.
t T,. TTondrlckson exr & Ed. M.
I Wiggins admr to Wm F. Jones, 1 lnt
B. Ami Selph to William A. West,
Liberty tp, 02 1, $1.
Eliza J Flte et al to T. J. sprinKie,
Green and Clay tp, $10.
W. H. Moberlv to Wm. u. itosseioc
lnt 50a, Green and Clay tps, 330.
T. J. Sprinkle to W. H. Rosselot,
lnt 50a, Clay tp, $750.
T. C. Duncanson to Anna Hopkins,
Lynchburg, lot, 31.
Dunlap Wakefield to Anna Smith,
New Vienna, lot, $115.
Dan L. Satterfield sheriff to P. S.
Bell, New Market, lot, $337 50.
Dan L. Satterfield sheriff to H. N
Miller, New Market tp, 15a, $568.50.
Catherine Armstrong to nenry En-
nls, Greenfield, lot, $1.
D. D. Woodmansee to Frank wooa-
mansee, Fairfield tp, 64a, $5000.
Frank Woodmansee to G. Naylor et
al, Fairfield tp, Ola, $6000.
Edley McCoy to Margaret Frye,
Highland, lots, $650.
Isaac Cohn to Tillle Colin, Hlllsboro,
1 This Store Will Deliver Goods
Miss Martha Spencer returned home
.Sunday, after a weeks visit with her
sister, Mrs. Overton nire, at Green
Miss Ellen Steele, of Milford, was
the guest of her parents, Judge and
Mrs. S. F. Steele, from Friday until
Mrs. George B. Beecher will enter
tain with a dinner this evening for
Miss May Cummlngs and her guest,
Charles D. McConnaughey has moved
his Insurance ofllce from S. High street
to Room No. 3, second floor of Iron
Miss May Cummlngs entertained
with a tea Wednesday afternoon for
her guest, Miss Elizabeth Hlbben, of
Princeton, N. J.
Judge T. M. Watts, who has been
-confined to his home with the grip for
a couple of weeks, was able to be at
his ofllce Monday.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph Mitchell, of Cleveland,
Wednesday. Mrs. Mitchell Is a daugh
ter of Ool. and Mrs. L. B. Boyd.
Miss Elizabeth Illbben, of Princeton,
N. J., daughter of Prof. Grler Hibben,
president of Princeton College, Is the
-guest of her cousin, Miss May Cum
mlngs. Miss Carrie Druley, who has been
visiting her parents at Farmland, Ind.,
for several weeks, returned Friday to
resume her studies with Miss Grace
Mrs. J. Ed. Shannon entertained 12
of the little friends of her daughter,
Miss Martha, Saturday afternoon.
The occasion was the eighth birthday
of Miss Martha.
Mrs. E. T. Sanderson and Mrs. H.
H. Richards returned Friday from
Lancaster, where they had been called
by the illness of their mother, Mrs.
Henderly. Mrs. Henderly is much
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Morgan and
daughter, Miss Mildred, spent Satur
day in Cincinnati. Mr. Morgan re
mained over night for the annual
banquet of the division agents of
Proctor & Gamble.
Harry D. Waddell, who has been an
accountant in the State Bureau of Ac
counting and Supervision of Public
Offices, came here Monday fr o m
Columbus. JEIe will spend several
weeks at his bungalow at the Point.
Dr, H. M. Brown went to Columbus
Monday to attend the annual meeting
of the Ohio State Board of Agriculture,
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
lie delivered an address on Tuesday,
subject, "Importers ana Farmers'
Views" on treatment of tuberculosis
George L. Garrett was in Cincinnati
Saturday on business.
Eyeglasses, spectacles and goggles
at Stablers 5c & 10c Store auv
"Rooters" at the basket ball games
should have one of those Penants that
Stabler sells for 10c. With canes, 15c.
Mrs. George W. Barrere jr., enter
tained a company of ladles with a
luncheon and bridge Friday after
Two Gold Fish, a globe and a box of
fish food all for 25c at Stablers. Buy
them now as they will not last long
at this price. adv
Miss Mary B. Evans, who has been
spending her vacation with relatives
here, returned to her school work at
George A. Compton, of Cincinnati,
is here attending to matters In, the
settlement of the estate of his uncle,
the late W. A. Morrow.
Commissioners Kesler and Roberts
went to ColUmbus Monday to attend
the inauguration of Gov. Cox and the
annual state meeting of county Com
missioners. Mrs. Howard West and daughter,
Mildred, who have been visiting Mrs.
West's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Berryrnan, returned Tuesday to their
home at Mlddletown.
George W. Barrere jr., who has had
a position In the.State bureau of Su
pervision and Inspection of Public
Offices, is spending a few weeks with
his family here.
The basket ball team of the Hllls
boro High School will play its first
game of this season at Carroll's Hall,
Friday night. Wilmington High
School will be their opponents. A good
game Is expected.
Children have birthdays. Stablers
have toys and novelties. When little
"Nellie" or brother "Blllle" have
their next party, send your children
here for the little remembrance they
will give to them. adv
The Lynchburg postofllce was re
cently raised from the fourth to the
third class. The present postmaster
Albert Feike, has been recommended
by Senator Burton for appointment as
T. F. Barker, who Is state agent for
The Malleable Steel Range Mfg. Co.,
of South Bend, Ind,, was In town last
Saturday. Mr. Barker had the states
of Minnesota and South Dakota last
year and by hard work doubled the
sales in those states, thus merit
ing a promotion to the state agency
of Ohio, which is considered the ban
ner state of the union for the sale of
their Btoves. Mr. Barker was for
merly of Prlcetown, and his friends
will be glad to hear of his success.
1 AFTER JANUARY I
An Advertisement Telling You About Uncle Sam's Latest
1 Innovation, and How You Can Use It To Your Advantage.
g Beginning January 1st, our friends who ire at a distance can get goods by
W the new Parcels Post System
We will d. liver anywhere, any package weighing not more lhan eleven
j pounds by mail.
You can arrange with this store, so that by simply dropping us a line, or
calling us on the telephone, your mail carrier will deliver your wants at your door
H the next time he passes.
s We're getting very luxurious in these days in the coun ry as well as in the
m rw r
I Fill out the coupon in connection with this advertisement and forward it I
to us. From time to time you will be kept advised as to what we have in our
stock, in all kinds of wearing apparel for Men, Boys and Children. When
1 you need anything and it isn't convenient to come to this store, all you need,
to do is-write or telephone and we will send it on approval. j
I We don't mean by this that buying by mail will ever wholly take the
I place of coming to our store to make your selections. We would rather have I
1 you come. The Parcels Post, however, comes to your rescue when youknow jj
exactly what you want, and know that we've got it. In all such cases you can
buy with just as much satisfaction by mail or telephone. I
All goods that we sell are at the lowest possible prices. There is no con- 1
I cern in the country, department store or mail order house Jhat can sell you
I goods lower than we can. 1
1 We prepay postage on everything $1.00 or more in value.
I THIS COUPON
I . TO US
Record of Sizes
Chest (under coat) .... Underwear .' . - .,
Waist (under vest) .... Hat
Inseam of trousers . . . . Gloves . . . .
Shirt . . . Collar . . Socks . . .
IN ORDERING CLOTHES THE FIRST THREE MEASUREMENTS ARE SUFFICIENT
NAME . .' .
( The Iron-Clad Clothin
E. H. McClure & Co. Hillsboro, Ohio I
The motion for a new trial In the
case of Isaao Hudson, convicted of
selling whiskey Illegally, was overruled
by Mayor Wilkin Thursday. Hudson
was sentenced to pay a fine of $200 and
costs. Being unable to do this he was
taken to the Cincinnati Workhouse
I Monday to work It out.
The department of Foinento, Mexi
co, Is ready to distribute among the
small farmers of the state of Chihua
hua 500 000 acres belonging to the
Rats and mice will leave premises In
which chloride of lime Is used as a
Naples is demolishing old dwellings
in the lower part of the city, where
the people live crowded together, and
is substituting modern buildings.
The French government is planning
to grant a bounty to each fishing vessel
equipped with wireless apparatus and
an annual allowance for maintenance.
Dr. Howard attended The Ohio
State Veterinary Medical Association
at O. S. U., several days last week.
"I do not think people should get
married until they are thoroughly
acquainted with each other."
"What would you do-abollsh matri
ji'-.i . iM&dk-yS&ii...
j, i j.-j; t.r-.is-.