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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO.THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1913.
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25 Per Cent, off on All Heavy Overcoats at
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Mrs. D. D. Hiestand
day la Cincinnati.
Miss Ella Patterson entertained on
Monday for Mrs. Starling West.
Chas, F. Clarke left Tuesday for a
week's visit with relatives at Findlay.
Henry Johnson was a business vis
itor in Cincinnati Monday.
W. B. Kent and family, of Leesburg.
were guests over Sunday of his parents
on E. Walnut street.
W. W. Ruble
spent Sunday at his
MissLouanna Ambrose, of Norwood,
was the guest of relatives here Sunday.
Durch Hugglns, of Columbus, is
visiting his father, Judge H. M. Hug
Miss Ellen Steele, of Cincinnati, is
the guest of her mother, Mrs. S. F.
Wilbur White, who Is attending
College at Marietta, is spending the
Xmas holidays at home.
Prof, and Mrs. R. F,
Columbiana, are the
former's parents here.
guests of the
Will Richards, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Richards.
Rourie Workman, ol Charleston, W.
Va., Is the guest of his uncle, C T.
Mrs. Flora Bayless is spending
Christmas with her daughter, Mrs.
Jacob Roberts, In Remington,
Mr.and Mrs. J. S. Trop have as their
guests Prof. L. Wt Warson and family,
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Patton, of
Columbus, are guests of the former's
mother, Mrs. S. N. Patton.
Dr. J. B. Glenn, of Greenfield, spent
"Christmas at the home ot his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Glenn.
Miss Anne Kirk, of Norwood, spent
Sunday with her grandparents, Mr,
and Mrs. Amos Edgington.
Scott Worley, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his parents, Judge and
Mrs. J. B. Worley.
Robert Seybert, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. N. 0.
The Soldiers' and Sailors Orphans
Home at Xenia, with a population of
nine hundred, has not had a death in
Lee Shaw, who is attending State
Normal at Ada, is spending the holt
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs
J. C. Shaw.
Lon Kesler, of Ft. Worth, Iowa, is
visiting relatives here.
N. R. Barrett was a business visitor
in Columbus Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Asher are en
tertaining Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morrow
and family, of Hartwell.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Haynes left for
Detroit, Mich., Tuesday to be the
guests of their son, Dr. L. W. Haynes.
Mr. and Mrs. E H. Ervin spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Mrs. J. Willard Gore and daughter,
Miss Susan, are at Somerset, Pa.,
spending the holidays with relatives.
Foster 13 runner, of Columbus, Is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Until the Supreme Court hes decided
the charges for 1914 auto license tags,
auto owners will use their old numbers.
Geoige nindman, of Detroit, Mich.,
arrived Monday for a visit with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Hind-man.
Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wilkin and son,
Daniel, of Washington C. H., are
visiting their parents here.
Ervln Evans, who is attending Ohio
State University, Columbus,isathome
for the Christmas vacation.
Hon. and Mrs. J. J. Pugsley left
Friday for a visit with their daughter,
Mrs. H. G. J3rown, at Pittsburg.
Mrs. Frank Durnellandson, Donald,
of Columbus, are spending the Christ
mas holidays with relatives here.
H. W. Post, of Battle Creek, Mich.,
arrived Tuesday to spend Christmas
with his daughter, Mrs. Blair M. Boyd.
Miss Alice Fallon left yesterday for
East Orange, N. J., to be the guest of
her sister, Mrs. C. P. Connally.
Dr, H. V. A. Spargur, of Cincinnati
gpent Xmas with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Spargur.
Miss Marie Miller, of College Hill,
Cincinnati, is the guest of her sister,
Mrs. James Conwell.
Miss Mildred Morgan, who is attend
ing Dana Hall School for Girls at
Wellesley, Mass., Is home for the Holi
C. F, Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. A.
W. Duderwood and Mr. and Mrs. Wen
dell Summer spent Thursday in
Miss Mabei Smith, who is attending
Western College for Women, is spend
ing the Holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. P. Smith.
Miss Gertrude Paster, of Lynchburg,
was the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Martin Van Pelt, of Dayton, Is the
guest for a few weeks of his sister,
Mrs. James Elton
Supt. J. H. Patterson and family
are spending the holiday vacation with
relatives at Newark.
Ray Miller, of Denver, Colo., was
the guest of friends here a few days
this week while enroute to Parkers
burg, W. Va., to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Miss Hazel Nevln has gone to Hills
boro, to visit her grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. James Nevln and will remain
until after the Christmas holidays
Washington C. H , Advertiser.
Robert D. Hull, of Belfast, and Miss
Nellie V. Stanforth, of New Market,
were married Friday by Rev. J. H.
Hollingsnorth, D. D.,' at his residence
in New Market. They will make their
home at Belfast. Mr. Hull is one of
Highland county's promising young
teachers and Mrs Hull is the youngest
daughter of I. H. Stanforth.
Petition for divorce was tiled with
the clerk of tho Common Pleas Court
last week by Lena Ault vs. James
Ault. The petition states the mar
riage ceremony was performed in
November 1907. The plaintiff charges
gross neglect of duty and wilful ab
sence for more than three years and
asks for divorce and the restoration of
her maiden name, Lena McNeil. The
parties live near Centerfleld.
Miss Ellen Rogers, who has been
attending school in Hollins, Va., Is
spending her vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers.
Misses Adina Larkln and Maude
McCoppin, of Cleveland, are spending
the Christmas holidays with relatives
Miss Pearl Carlisle, who is attending
Ohio State University, Columbus, Is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Anne tiurice is in Cincinnati
spending several days with her sister,
Mrs. Tom Carroll
Mrs. H. H. McKeehan and daughter,
Miss Eliza, of Cleveland, were the
guests of the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Spargur, from Wednes
day until Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Lacy returned to Hills
boro this week, after spending several
days with Mrs. J. G. Burnett and
other friends. Sabina News-Record,
Willard Wilson, who is attending
Wooster College, came home Saturday
to spend the holidays with his parents,
Judge and Mrs. J. Frank Wilson.
W. B. Leonard, v. ho has charge of
the local branch of the Singer Sewing
Machine Co., is spending the holidays
with friends in Chlillcothe.
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoyt have as
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie
Hoyt, of Mt. Gllead.
Miss Lena McCoppin, of Mansfield,
La., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Mary McCoppin, of E. Walnut street.
Mrs. J. C. Larkln entertained with
a dance last evening in honor of Misses
Elizabeth and Virginia Suydam, of
John Roads, of Wisconsin' Univer
sity, and Miss Noani Roads, of Dela
ware, are spending Christmas with
their father, Noah Roads.
Basket Ball Game.
There will be a basket ball game at
Carroll's Hall Christmas afternoon at
3 o'clock. The Hillsboro Pirates have
one of their best scheduled for today.
The Madlsonvllle team which the
locals are counting on defeating, have
in their line-up Mathlas, the star
basket ball thrower of Cincinnati, and
Hunt, who was the star of tho Univer
sity of Cincinnati. The game promises
to be fast and will be well worth the
Born, a son, John Howard, to Mr
and Mrs. Thurman, of Marsland, Neb.
Mrs. Thurman is remembered as Miss
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Underwood spent
Sunday with their daughter, Miss
Lora, who Is taking treatment at the
German Deaconess Hospital at Clncln.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Suydam , and
daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Vir
ginia, of Cincinnati, are holiday guests
of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. W. Spargur.
James McDermott, Jr., who is at
tending college at Indianapolis, Ind.,
is spending the holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs James McDermott.
The Hillsboro High School basket
ball team went to South Salem Friday
night and defeated the team there by
Lieut. Harry L. Pence, U. S. N , of
Annapolis, Md., arrived here Wednes
day for a visit with his parents, Mi
and Mrs, Ellis Pence. He will remain
The Fact Remains
No amount of misrepresentation by the
peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug
gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis,
or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of
any kind, can change the fact that
Royal Baking Powder
has been Sound by the offi
cial examinations to be of the
highest leavening efficiency,
free from alum, and of absolute
purify and wholesomeness.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
for making finest and most economical food.
Miss Florence F. Hilton, of Ash
vllle, and Miss Mary P. Hilton, of
Cincinnati, are the guests of their par
ents, Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Hilton, for
the Christmas holidays.
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Kenneth Buchanan, who is attend
ing school at Champaign, 111., Is spend
lng the Christmas holidays with his
sister, Mrs. P. H. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merrick, of
Cleveland, Mrs. C. C. Patton, of Mis
souri, Mo., and Mrs. A. T.-McClain, of
Greenfield, attended the funeral of
Judge S. F. Steele yesterday.
M iss Marie McMullen, who Is attend
ing Ohio Weslpyan University, arrived
home Monday to spend over Christmas
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Dr. Philip Jeans, of St. Louis, Mo.,
has been the guest of his father,
Frank Jeans, since Sunday afternoon,
ne is connected with the St. Louis
Children's Hospital. He will leave
today for New York City.
J. E. Sands, for several years B, &
O. agent in this city, has been pro
moted to the Louisville, Ky., station
from Portsmouth. He was promoted
to Washington 0. H.. from this city,
and from these he went to Portsmouth.
The engagement of Miss Elizabeth
Weldon, of Circlevllle, to T. J. Har
mon, of Pittsburg, Fa , was announced
at the home of Miss Weldon's mother
last night. Miss Weldon was music
teacher in the Hillsboro public schools
two years ago and made a host of
friends. Mr. Harmon Is connected
with the National Stockman & Farm
er, of which his father is editor.
Airs. Ruth Pepple Dead.
Mrs. Ruth Pepple, a daughter of the
late John Roads, of the Point, died
at the home of her mother, Mrs. Em
maline Roads, Sunday afternoon at 2
o'clock after a long Illness. Funeral
services, conducted by Rev., Locke, a
former pastor of the Point M. E.
church, were held from the late home
Tuesday morning. Mrs. Pepple Is
survived by three sisters, Miss Julia
Roads, Mrs. Stewart Taylor and Mrs.
Perrill Brown, and five brothers, Con
ard Roads, of this city, Isma Roads
and John Roads, of near Rainsboro,
ana ourieas itoaas ana xoa uoias, o
Fish and Game Society Meeting.
A meeting of the Highland County
Fish and Game Protective Association
will be held at the Court House Satur
day afternoon, Dec. 27, to receive re
ports of committee. At this time a
game warden for this county will
probably be selected. All members
and all persons desiring to become
members are urged to attend this
meeting, beginning at 2 o'clock p. m,
G. G. O. Pence, Pres.
Mrs. Elsie Varley and Mr. and Mrs.
Eatl Cotterill, of Cincinnati, Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney McAdams, of Williams
burg, Mrs. Oscar Murphy, of Mt. Orab,
Mrs. Emma Thompson, Mrs. Etta
Puckett and Mrs. Roney Brewer, of
Lynchburg, were called here last week
by the death of Lewis McAdams.
Our store will
be closed all day
At rljnol Auiiitrtrtum
Srrrmbrr 31, 1913 ano SJmumnj 1. 1914
Music ..... Moorhe id's Orchestra
Invocation ReVg Mart;
The Small Farm ....
Household Economy and Convenience
Tile Drainage and Its Benefits
AFTERNOON 1:00 P. M.
Crop of Corn or Crop of Wood
Social Lite in the Country ...
Some Leaks on the Farm ...
The Wife's Shar
The Cost of Agricultural Traditions
W. F. Copeland
J. A. Hummon
W. F. Copeland
- Pearl Dorsey
j. A. Hummon
J. A. Hummon
W. F. Copeland
AFTERNOON 1:00 P. M.
Report of Committees
Feeding Hogs for Profit ...
The Land a Guide to Farming ...
J. A. Hummon
W. F. Copeland
J. A. Hummon
W. F. Copeland
J. H. Tedrick, President Warren Connell, Vice President
W. R. Thompson, Secretary Leonard Dolinger, Treasurer
A. J. Cramton, S. A. Duvall, Price Whittacre. J. 1. Fenner.
J. H. Chaney
Bell's Opera House
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30.
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J. HARTLEY MANNERS
Unquestionably the Most
Successful Comedy in the Work!
(Lauretto Taylor's Perpetual New York Triumph)
Interpreted by an Admirable Company
Cast of Characters:
Florence Martin, Isabel Vernon. Maude Allan, Colin 'Campbell
Earle Craddock, Pell Trenton, Reginal Carrington, Nella
Harran, David Procter.
Prices: First 5 rows orchestra $1.50, balance orchestra $1.00.
dress circle 75c, balcony 150c, Gallery 25c. Seats on sale Monday,
The young ladles class No. 1 of
Prospect Sunday School on last Sun
day presented their teacher, L. H.
Mendenhall, with a beautiful Holman
Henry Naylor and family are spend
ing the holidays with his parents at
All Odd Fellows and their families
or sweethearts and all Rebekahs are
cordially Invited to join with Lafay
ette Lodge at their Hall on New Years
night in having a good sociable time.
Let all who come bring some kind ot