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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1913.
Scuruoroiigii ins'irauoo. adv
Mrs. J. D. McBrido Is seriously ill
at her home on East North Btreot.
Mrs. Will Reed went to Portsmouth
Tuesday to visit relatives
Have you tried the tankaRe for hogs
at Richards Mill. adv (2-21)
Mrs. Lewis Orebaugh has been visit
ing her son, Frank, at Shackelton.
Judge J. B. Worley spent Sunday
with relatives at Cincinnati.
Mrs Isaac Cohen was the guest of
relatives at Cincinnati last week
Miss Rea Druley, of Richmond, Ind ,
is visiting her sister, Miss Carrie.
Jack O'Neal went to Chicago Satur
day, where he will make his home.
Charles 13 Johnson is visiting rela
tives at Cynthlana and Lexington.
Miss Ruth Dawson has been visiting
Mrs. George P. Murphy, at Marshall,
Miss Fae Vance, of Norwood, is the
guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Cath
Sixteen couple of young people en
joyed a very pleasant dance at Holmes'
Hall Tuesday night.
Mrs. Joseph A. Head entertained a
number of ladles with an elaborate
luncheon Monday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carey enter
tained Sunday Otto Mendenhall and
Miss Helen Stevens was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. W. B. Roads, at Lees
burg, over Sunday.
Hon. and Mrs. G. G. O. Pence, of
Shackelton, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. . eneley.
Miss Hazel Worley was the guest of
Miss Mary Frost, at Norwood, from
Friday until Sunday.
Mrs. George W. Gill, of Columbus,
lias been the guest of her sister, Mrs.
J. J. Pugsley, the past week.
Miss Stella Varley, of Mt. Oreb, who
has been visiting her uncle, Oliver
McAdams, returned home Monday.
Mrs. Ralph Tisch and son, Frank,
of Wilmington, spent Saturday and
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Roush.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Roush and Miss
Lillle Tedrlck were the guests of Mrs.
Eflle Puckett, at Blanchester, Sunday.'
Miss Pearl Carlisle, of tho O. S. U
was the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Carlisle, from Friday until
Dr. L. Nelson, Dr. I. W. Carey, E.
T. Sanderson and Auditor W. A.Teter
are attending the Automobile Show
Mrs. Harley Wilkin and son, Daniel,
returned home Saturday after a week's
visit with Mrs. Wilkin's parents, Mr.
snd Mrs W. N. Bean.
O. N. Garrett has purchased the
residence of the late W. A. Morrow on
N. High street, from the administra
tor, George A.Compton.
Rev. and Mrs. George B. Beecher
entertained with a dinner and bridge
for their guest, Prof. Devan, of Colum
bus, Saturday evening.
John Blount, who is an official at the
Hoys' Industrial School at Lancaster)
spent Saturday until Monday with his
mother, Mrs. John Howard.
Mrs. James W. Smith and daughter,
Miss Edith, are visiting Mrs. Smith's
daughter, Mrs. David Cady Wright,
at Louisville, Ky.
Miss Elsie Ruetnlk has returned
from Cleveland and will be with Miss
Josephine Roush this season. Miss
Ruetnlk has been In Cambridge the
past two seasons, but her many friends
will be glad to have her In Hlllsboro
is the greatest of modern
time helps to perfect cake
and biscuit making. Makes
home baking pleasant and
profitable. It renders the
food more digestible and
guarantees it safe from
alum and all adulterants.
Charles Spencer and Walter Kin
cald spent Wednesday in Cincinnati.
Miss Klva Johnson has been visiting
relatives at Harrison, the past week.
Miss Lillian Colin has been visiting
relatives in Cincinnati for several
Most things have progressed but the
Havana Ribbon, 5 cent cigar is the
one that has reached perfection, adv
Miss Lora Underwood has been
visiting Miss Clara McMeekln in Cin
cinnati for several days.
Mrs. Roy Gustln, of Columbus, Is-
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph A. Head returned Tuesday
from a business trip to New York
Burch Wlsecup, of Carmel, visited
his aunt, Mrs. Mary E. Skeen, ea3t of
town, last week.
Frank O. Shoemaker and family, of
Sinking Spring, were the guess of
Mrs. Shoemaker's brother, J. Ed.
Shannon, Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. HoytGrlllithandson, who have
been visiting her parents, Capt. and
Mrs. M. F. Carroll, returned to their
home at Pittsburg, Pa , Thursday.
Mrs. Dewey, Mrs. Buck MlssFresh
oumnd Miss Crawford, of Greenfield,
attended the IX A. R. reception at the
home of Mrs. Cyrus Newby, Saturday.
The Hlllsboro Choral Society will
hold its first meeting for study at the
Washington School Building Friday
night of this week at 1:30 o'clock.
Ribbon, The Cigar that's
Sold by all Dealers,
Miss Myra Johnson, who Is teaching
afc the O. S. & S. O. Home at Xenla,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles M
Johnson. Miss Josephine Roush has returned
from Cleveland and Chicago where she
purchased a full line of Spring and
Summer Millinery goods. Also secured
a first cla's trimmer while there.
The Missionary Societies of the M
E. church will meet in the classroom
of Harry Zlnk at the church Friday
evening at 7 o'clock to observe the day
Miss Inez Troth, aged 19 years, died
at the home of her father, lsma Troth,
at Lynchburg, last week. A more ex
tended account of her life will be found
In the Lvnchburg letter.
Scoville Devan, of Columbus, was
the guest of his cousin, Rev. George B.
Beecher, Saturday and Sunday. He is
a great grandson of nenry Ward
Beecher and a professor in the Colum
bus Academy for boys.
Miss Grace Gardner addressed the
pupils of the High School at the
Washington School Building Wednes
day afternoon, subject, "Music. It's
Benefits, Physically and Morally on,
Col. D. Q. Morrow returned Sunday
from Lyncburg, Va., where he had
been for several days on business in
the U. S. courts He is the attorney
of J. A. Harps, of Greenfield, who is
charged with mlssuse of the mails in
sending advertising of the Harps
Sprinkle Music Co. Mr. Harps was
Infpreited in tho company financially
but had no part in it's management.
Rev. M A. Honline, of Dayton, was
here from Saturday until Monday.
Ho came with his mother, who has
been living at New Vienna, to arrange
for rooms for hor here, where she will
reside. Rev. Honline has made a
national reputation as a Sunday School
worker and is giving his entire time
to this work. He marie short talks on
Sunday School work on Sanday morn
ing at the U. B. church, in the after
noon at the Methodist church and at
night at the Presbjterlan church.
Feb. 24, 1913.
Mrs. Pearl Custer called on MrsJ
Robert Far Is, Saturday afternoon.
Miss-Marie Fanning is seriously 111.
with typhoid fever.
Mrs Belle Tannehill and daughter,
Lectle, called on Mrs. Rena Lelninger
last Wednesday evening.
A. R Williams and wife were shcpr
ping in Hlllsboro, Tuesday
Allen Hunter and Jessie Harshbtvr
ger called on Nat Tannehill and fami
ly, Thursday evening
Este) and Leone Davl Ison called on
Jessie, Flossie and Can Id Farls,. last
James Lelninger has purchased tho
fine percheron horse, Teddy Jr.,. of Mr.
Montgomery, of Decatar.
Ira Davidson and son, Lawrence,
transacted business In Hlllsboro, Fri
day. Nat Tannehill and family sailed on
J. W. Stivers, Saturday.
John Davis, of Happy Hollow, called
on friends here, Sunday.
James Lelninger and family and Nat
Tannehill and family took dinner with
Ira Davidson and family,. Sunday.
Walter Harshbarger and wife at
tended meeting at Sugartree Ridge,
Feb. 24, 11)13.
Ed Chaney wife and son, Leonard,
spent Sunday with Jess Cluff and wife,
II. N. Frost spent last week in Co
lumbus. Miss Ellen Davis spent Friday night
and Saturday with Ruby Croson.
Misses Georgia Granger and Mary
Burton spent Friday night with Ben
Vance and family.
Mrs. Lewis Lelninger and Mrs. Ora
Lelninger, of Shrofer, spent Saturday
night with Ed Chaney and family.
Miss Blanche Runk spent last week
with her parents, D. F. Runk and
Several of the young people gather
ed at the home of Misses Leanna and
Ruby Crosen last Saturday night to
celebrate Washington Birthday. Those
present were: Misses Emma May and
Ellen Davis, Katha and Letta Klbler,
Ola Mlchels, Ora Larlck, Alice Bishop,
Emma Wiley, Leona Lowman, Mar-
geret Warson, Stella Kler, Georgia
Granger, Stella and Georgia Oulhane,
Hazel Scott, Susie Calloway, Nellie
Johnson and Ina Welbley and West
Davis, Henry Klbler, Glenn Smlthson,
Roy Davis, John and Heber Runk,
Homer and Howard Pence, Loyd and
Emmlte Hottle, Oakley Overman,
Austin Roush, Ben Granger, Wm.
Johnson, Everett Fenner, Guy Frost,
Samuel Fox, Earl and Rodney Burton,
Jess Grlflith, Earl Hatcher and Orland
Polk and wife. Dainty refreshments
F. L. Crosen and family, Steward
Burton and family and Chas. Ayres,
of Wilmington, visited Ed Grlflith,
A Great Mistake.
It is a common and a great mistake
for people to run their buggies or auto
mobile year after year without having
It repainted. It Is even a greater mis
take to have it improperly done. The
purpose of paint Is to protect the
vehicle and Improve the aypearance of
It. Poor painting may Improve ap
pearances a little but it will not pro
tectlt from the ravages of the weather.
We do this work properly, using the
same material and workmanship as on
our fine new buggies. We dress top,
curtains, aprons, dash and shaft leath
ers, overhaul and tighten the buguy
We turn them out like new.
The price of repainting the regular
pane' seat buggy Is $10. Try us.
Tns M. F. CAiuiOLr. & Sons Co.,
adv flillsboro, Ohio.
Probate Court Proceedings.
Will of Joseph Miller tiled.
Frank Leslie, guardian of Mary H.
Foster et al, filed first account.
Nancy J. Gall, apponted executrix
Anna W. Williams, admr of Morgan
A. Williams, Hied Inventory and ap
praisement. Frank P. Milner, admr of Moses S.
Milner, tiled distribution of assets In
Authenticated copy of will of Ed
ward R. Hudnell filed.
Benaparte Hudnell, appointed ex
ecutor of Edward R. Hudnell.
Mary Dalton, appointed admrx of
nenry Young and filed application to
to compromise and settle claim.
Sinking- Spring- Al. E. Circuit.
Services Sunday, March 2. Cono
way's Chapel, preaching at 9:30. Sink
ing Spring, preaching at 11. Ceder
Chapel, 2:30. Sinking Spring, preach
ing at 7. Clyde Howard, Pastor,
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Remember the Trl State Butter
Company, of Cincinnati, Ohio, has put
POOR OLD ELGINldown and out so
far as price for Butter Fat is concerned.
Ship your cream to-day or write for
Free Trial Cans. Spot Cash Is paid
for every shipment. The Trl State
price for week ending March 1st is 30
cents. Toor Old Elgin being 34
Feb. 1 1913.
Di A. McCall and' wife, of Boston,
spent SrAurday and Sunday witli th
latter's parents, Thos Blllott and
Miss Grace VTIlllams is. visiting
Mrs Ray Boyd
John Hunter and wife spent Sunday
with JohiiiBurr&ett and family.
Fre&Satterttold and wife, of mils
boro, JLunpton Kesler and wife, of
Harriett, and Mrs. Alllo Burnett and
grand-daughtir. Helen Burnett.spent
Sunday with Benton Kisler.
Mrs. Burch Miller and children,
speat Sunday with he parents,. M. F.
Main and wife.
Miss Graze Stetheaa spent Tuesday
n&ht with her uncle, Wm Stethem.
Miss Ruth Kneisley returned homo
Saturday, after a two weeks visit with
her sister, Mrs. Faank Elliott.
Dempsoy Overman and grandson,
Loren Wright, spent Friday with his
daughter, Mrs. Win Staihem.
Mrs. John Hunter entertained the
Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon.
Miss Osa Spruance spent Sunday
with her parents, Gatch Spruance and
Mrs. Guy Hunter spent Sunday with
Lem Hunter and family.
Milton Retd and family spent Sun
day with Moses Stethem and family.
To Be Happy.
There was once a wise woman who
realized the possibilities of health for
her husband and children at the fam
She had learned by experience that
pleasant conversation should wait on
digestion, just as good digestion on
appetite. Nutritious food she provided
in variety day after day. but she went
further than that Slip made It a
point that meal time should be hours
of refreshment even more for the mind
than the body
Robert Louts Stevenson recognized
humor to be a saving grace in that
peautlful morning prayer of his.
"Help ub,' 'he says, "to perform the
petty round of Irritating duties and
concerns with laughter and kind faces,
to go blithely on the business of the
day; to let cheerfulness abound with
So the wise woman had every pain
ful topic promptly dismissed at her
board, and business cares and burdens
wore not so much as hinted at. Bright
and gay talk only was cultivated by
The children were never scolded nor
the father of the family called to book
It was not found difllcult to keep the
talk In pleasant channels, and the
effort was amply repaid both at the
time and lator
It is always amusing to speculate
on the character of one's neighbor A
very simple aid in so doing Is to watch
the nails. If a man's or woman's
nails aro long and slender you may
be quite certain the person is not so
robust physically as the possessor of
short, broad nails.
Whereas, men and women with the
long, narrow type of nail are Invet
erate visionaries, those having short
nails are almost always conspicuous
by the strength of their logical pow
ers. It Is the latter who make the
best and most reliable critics.
A further and almost certain char
acterlstlc of long-nailed people Is their
Intense depreciation of themselves
and their own efforts In any branch
of work. The feeling almost amounts
to pessimism with them. Such a
point of view, however, seldom wor
rles those possessing short nails. In
fact, more often than not rather tho
reverse Is the case; they are inclined
to be oversure of themselves.
Thought Samuel Was a Thief.
ft was the Scripture lesson. The
subject was the call of Samuel. The
children had sung, "Hushed Was the
Evening Hymn," which describes the
call The teacher then asked a few
questions, one being, "What did Sam
uel do while Eli was asleep?"
"Stole his watch," was the prompt
reply from one of the girls,
The teacher, somewhat annoyed at
such an apparently senseless answer.
called for the second verse:
His watch the Temple child,
The little Levlte kept.
Now came the child's turn.
"Please, teacher, doesn't that mean
that Samuel kept the old man's watch
for himself?" Strand.
Ralph Waldo Trine, writing In Har
per's Bazar, says:
"Each morning Is a fresh beginning
We are, as It were, Just beginning life.
In a sense there Is no past, no fu
ture. Wise is he who takes today
and lives it, and tomorrow when It
comes but not before It comes. The
past Is of value only by way of the
lessons it has brought us. There
should be no regrets or crippled ener
gies that result from such. We have
stumbled all have stumbled.
Coal High Enough.
Mrs. Crlrasonbeak This paper says,
dear, that aluminum will next year
cost $380 for a mutrlc ton of 2,204.63
Mr. Crlmsonbeak Oh, well, I guess
we'll still stick to coal!
You ate all your own cake and Ma
bel's, too, Toramle."
, "Yes'm," replied Tomrale.
"You'll be sick, child."
"Well, mother, you see If anybody
was going to bo sick I didn't want It
to be Mabel." Yonkers Statesman.
Your money will go even
further if you take good
care of what your money
WE'LL refund your money
if you are in doubt about
tt vaiuets in
sell. Your money buys
than par value in these
Hart Schaffner & Marx
suits and overcoats
E. H. McClure & Co. Hillsboro, O.
Mrs Ohio. Clark and children, of
Martinsville, Ind . arrived last week
to visit her father. J. S. W. Spargur.
Miss Mary Cameron has been con
fined to her home for several days w 1th
an abscess In her ear.
J. E. Uop. of Greenfield, visited
friends here last week.
I. T. and J. C Roads were called to
Lynchburg today to attend the funer
al of Uitli cousin, Mii.s Troth.
Harry Spargur and family returned
to their home at Xenla Saturday, after
spending a week with relatives here.
Will Ulen and faraily, of Balnbrldge,
and Guy Wilkin and family, of Mar
shall, spent Sunday with A. G. Camer
on and wife.
Archie Taggart, of Toledo, visited
his pare ts here last week
The Aukerman property that was
sold at public sale last Monday was
purchased by A. G. Cameron iorli.'IO.
Miss Edna Wolf, ot fall Creek, Is
visiting Miss Uutli Clytjorne.
Mrs. Sanlford Roads was given a
postal card shower last Friday in honor
of her sixty-fourth birthday She re
ceived 54 cards.
A very interesting series of meetings
are in progress at the M. . church.
Vast crowds are in attendance at each
night session and tuere lias already
been more than a score of conversions.
Miss Ruth Cly borne entertained a
number of her young friends to dinner
on Sunday in hcnor.of her guest, Miss
Our Farmers' Institute will hold a
spring session on March 20, in the
interests of our public schools. The
growing need of teaching agriculture
in our school and better school systems
will be discussed. L S. Ivlus, of
Lebanon, Supervisor of Agricultural
Education In the south-western dis
trlct will be present and deliver an
address at both afternoon and night
St. Louis schools are to have a dental
clinic with volunteer dentUts.
"ALL AND ONLY" FEATURES,
Thursday Night, February 27.
"Throe Friends" How
Mr. liiillington Ran the
Houpo." A Big Feature Com
edy. Florence Turner Hughie
STOCK SALE DAY
MATINEE AND NIGHT
Saturday, March 1,
"The Siirgoon"I,ubin. Big
Thrilling Western Drama
"Broncho Billy nnil tho Maid"
A superlative feature virebenting Mr.
G. M Anderson in his world famous
character ot "Bronoho Billy." Don't
miss this ono.
"ATonarioiis L,oer." -Abcream
from start to finish. A farce with a
clever female impersonator
parts. A story of the underworld.
Oast of Cuakactkks:
Dan Lyous, a Crook Jack Halllday
Nell Harris, a Girl of the Underworld . . .Ormi Hawlev
Clergyman Edwin August
Clergyman's Mother Mary Stuart
A big throbbing feature convincing and pleasing. Only two
performances, 7 and 8:30 p. m. Special musio.
Multiple Uoel Features every Wednesday Night.. Or
chestra Wednesdays and Saturdays. Admission only 5 cents, ex
cepting Wednesday and Saturday, 0 and 10 cents
John Pfarr will clean and press and
mend that suit until it will look aa
good as new. I also do dry cleaning.
Give me a call. Hrunner's Shoe
Shor. , adv
All members of Lafayette Lodge
No 25 are requested to bring their
wives and family or sweetheart and
some refreshments on Monday night,
March ,1, to I. O O F Hall and have
a social time. All transient Odd
I-ellows ara also invited. Come one
an" a" and ,iave a good time.
Scarborough Koal Estate. adv
All Chinaware Must Go
In order to miike
a new lint of
are potng to carry,
want to dispose of all
chinaware and offer same
for sale at less than whole
As our collection comprises
many pieces of very beau
tiful designs, both in hand
painted and decorated Chi
na all of which were im
portedit would be to
your interest to avail your
self of this rare opportun
ity and secure a few pieces
at such remarkably low fig
ures. Come early while the se
lection is vet unbroken,
Jeweler and Optician
Friday Night, February 2S.
"Kod Wiiiir and the Palo
Face" Cnrlyltt Blackwoll
.lane Wolfo "Tho Ihin
ning Away of Doris." A
picture for young housewives.
MR. G. M. ANDERSON
I Mm r,sBflw
Wednebday Night, Maroh 5 "Tho
Crooked Path" Complete in two