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THE NEWS-HERALDILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1913
I Painless Dentistry By Dr. Minor
AT PARKER HOUSE, HILLSBORO, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 30 AND 31
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1 This applies to all sore sensitive teeth that need attention, whether it be extracting, filling, crowning, bridging, or-taking out nerves.
1 Our work is up-to-date, first-class in every respect; we remedy the crude unsatisfactory work of others; .wknow how to make
H old wobbly plates fit you; nothing but artistic work put out. Porcelain fillings (permanent) a specialty. -
1 You are welcome for consultation at any time See Dr. Minor at Parker House, second floor front" on
All our work is guaranteed. ' -
1 Main office, 716 Mercantile Library Building, 414 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Ohio. " '
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December 22, 1U13.
Robert Burton.Jwho has been with
his daughter, Mrs. Elsa Glbler, at
Prlcetown, returned home Saturday.
Rev. A. D. McMurray completed
his year's work at this place Sunday,
lie will begin the second year the first
Sunday of January. The appoint
ments will continue to run first and
third Sundays of each month as here
Mrs. TedlRoush and Mrs. A. C. Du
vall spent Wednesday In Cincinnati.
J, W. Glbler, of Prlcetown, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Shaffer.
A. C. Shaffer and family were enter
tained at Cy. Shaffer's Sunday.
Miss Inez Stroup visited with Phil
Stroup and family Friday.
Lewis Berger, of Mowrystown, was
a business visitor here last week.
The Sunday School distributed the
annual treat Sunday.
Mrs. Dora McDanlel and daughter,
Miss Edna and Miss Nora Frost were
shopping In Hillsboro Saturday.
H. A. Pence has returned from a"
short visit with relatives in Chllli
cothe. Leonard Burton and wife and baby,
of Sinking Spring, are expected here
Wednesday to spend the holidays with
December 22, 1913.
James Satterfield and wife spent
Sunday afternoon with the latters par
ents, W. L. Turner and wife.
Thurman Gall and wife were Sun
diy guests of T. M. Frump and fam
Mrs Kate Turner called on Mrs.
Mary Gall Thursday afternoon.
Ernest and Clarence Frump spent
Sunday with WUHe Courtney.
"William Satterfield and wife were
shopping in Hillsboro Saturday.
Miss Grace Williams was the guest
of Misses Lelah and Grace Guston on
Mrs. Harrlette Vanzant and grand
daughter, Myrtle, were entertained
by W. E. Hammond and wife Sunday.
Miss Nelle Butler attended meeting
SIMON J. HIDER, FLORIST
Of all descriptions and for all purposes have long been our
and shipments to foreign patrons are
Flowers - Buds - Fruits
Nothing more emblematic of the Christmas
spirit than FLOWERS, and we have them
in all varieties
NOTHING more pleasing, appetizing or
more healthful than FRUITS, and we have
the best of all kinds
SIMON J. HIDER, FLORIST
' ' 519 S. WEST STREET
Salesroom-W. Main Street
at Marshall Sunday morning.
G. H. Williams and wife were Sun
day guests of Frank Williams and
Delbert Williamson and wife dined
with J. H. Miller and family Sunday.
Aaron Kesler and wife called on
John Kesler and wife Sunday after-,
Mesdames Mary Gall and Sarah Sat
terfield called on Mrs. W. L. Turner
J. R. B. Kesler and wife, of Peebles,
and Mrs. Enoch Costello, of Hillsboro,
were guests of John Kesler and wife
Mrs. Tena Kesler, who Is making
her home with her son, John, is 111 at
this w rltlng.
William Noble and wife and W. E
Hammond and wife motored to Hills
Alvln Anderson and wife, of Clinton
County, were entertained Saturday
! night by Joe Shaw and family.
I Elmer Steele and wife, of near Bos
ton, spent Sunday with Cary Uarllsle
I Decembor 22, 1013.
; Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Boyd and daugh
ter, Ruby, of Hillsboro, Mr. and Mrs.
; Ralph Edmlnston, C. M. Igo and fam
ily and Rev. Frank Foust took dinner
with Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Igo Sunday.
The bazaar given by the Willing
Workers on last Saturday night was
well attended, about $20 being made.
.Grace Vaughan spent Saturday and
Sunday with relatives at this place.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Boyd and daugh
ter, Ruby, of Hillsboro, spent Satur
day and Sunday with relatives at this
Homer L. Smart, of Peebles, and
Ollie E. Slders, of Hillsboro, R. F. D.
Charles Rohl and Gaynelle Roberts,
both of Mowrystown.
Dr. Henry Schwelnsberger, of Alli
ance, is spending the Holidays with
his parents, Mr and Mrs. H J.
made with care and
INSTITUTE AT RAINSB0R0
(Continued From Page One)
He described the Hessian fly, bal
smut and gave methods used in de
stroying these enemies. He said every
one who raised wheat should learn
Prof. Vivian's "Story In Rhyme", a
parody which has become famous all
Music and then O. N. Sams, of
Hillsboro, followed with a paper "The
Relation of the Banker to the Farm
er' and presented the question In a
way to make the people think. While
some of his hearers were disposed to
take issue with several of his state
ments yet probably no lecture of the
entire Institute called forth more
favorable comment than this one de
li vered by one of Paint township's own
A cornet solo by Mrs. Stanley Rogers,
of Hillsboro, called forth an encore.
This was following by M. L. Tressler
on "Keeping Cows for Profit."
He said the only way to tell wheth
er a cow Is profitable Is to weigh and
calculate. Every farmer should have
a scale and Babcock's tester and from
that a good cow should and will
produce 300 pounds butter fat. Mr.
Tressler advised farmers to keep only
the best cows ; to keep well to feed
balanced rations ; to breed only to the
best and to weed out all boarders and
then tne accounts will balance on the
right side of the ledger.
After another selection of music Dr.
H. M. Brown, of Hillsboro, was called
on for a speech and took occasion to
find objection to remarks of previous
speakers and said the people generally
were too much "Sandleized."
The hall was crowded for the night
session and the lectures "The Rain
bow Comes Down in Ohio" by M. L.
Tressler and "The Home" by E. C.
Martlndale, together with the excel
lent music by the orchestra, made one
of the most delightful entertainments
ever given here and a fitting close for
the good things enjoyed during this
first day of the Institute.
(Continued Next Week
SEARCHING LIST OF QUESTION
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resided in your present taxing district
and what opportunities have you had
to study the locality and the value of
real and personal property therein?
(c) Land Values What experience
have you had Which qualifies you to
determine the value In your taxing
1. Farm lands
2. City, town or village lots.
3. Buildings and Improvements.
4. How did you gain this knowledge
and during what period?
(d) Personal Property Values-What
experience have you had which quali
fies you to determine the value within
your taxing district of:
1. Farm products.
2. Live stock.
3. Machinery, whether farm or
4 Boilers and engines.
5. Goods, wares and merchandise,
whether manufactured or in process of
manufacture, or for sale or in storage.
6. Lumber and building material.
7. Household goods, furniture,
pianos, jewelry, &c.
8. Wagons, carriages, harness, farm
machinery and equipment.
10. Stocks and bonds.
11. Notes, mortgages, book accounts
credits and other intangible property.
12. Any other personal property
not specifically mentioned above.
13 now did you gain this know)
edge and during what period?
Mr. and Mrs. J, H, Berryman, Mr,
and Mrs. W. G Hogsett and Miss
Olive Berryman, of this city, and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Pflster, of Lynchburg,
spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs,
George Webster, at .Hamilton.
Dec. 22, 1013.
Thomas Berry, of the O. S. U , is.at
home for the holidays.
Misses Anna and Luella Wood, of
niilsboro, are visiting their mdther,
Mrs. Ella Wood.
Orley Shaffer and wife, of Harris
burg, were guests of relatives here
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Elza Wilkin spent part of last
week with her sister, Mrs. George
Pugh, of Hillsboro. -
Mrs. Frank Glbler and children and
Robert Burton, of Prlcetown, were
guests of Richard Roush and wife,
Mrs. Rachel Donnely spent Saturday
and Sunday with her daughter, Mrs.
Ben Beard, in Hillsboro.
Tom Winkle and family, of Lumber
ton, were guests of Stanley Davidson
and wife. '
Mrs. Anna Calley visited her sister,
Mrs. Rachel Roush, at Wilmington,
Leonard Roush underwent an opera
tion for appendicitis Saturday evening
at his home at this place. He is im
proving as fast as could be expected.
Miss Griffith, a trained nurse of niils
boro, is here in attendance.
December 22, 1913.
Mrs.B. T. Morton and little daugh
ter, Mildred, spent Monday with Mrs,
Nat Tannehlll and wife spent Sun"
day with J. M, Stivers and wife.
Mrs. Jacob Saunders has received a
box of beautiful roses and orange
blossoms from her brother In Porters
Mrs. Nat Tannehlll entertained the
following guests Friday : Mrs. Alta
Booth, Mrs. Sallle Williams, Mrs.
Kate Wllkins, Mrs. Rena Leinlnger
and daughter, Loratne.
Mrs. Ira Davidson, of Danville,
spent Saturday evening with Mrs.
Roy Glbler, of White Hall, 111., Is
spending a few days with James Lein
lnger and family.
Lecta Tannehlll spent Sunday night
with Miss Nondas Leinlnger.
Misses Nondas Leinlnger and Lecta
Tennehill and Roy Gibler called on
Mjs. Lewis Leinlnger Monday morn
ing. Mrs. James Patterson, of E. Main
street, has as her guests Mr. and Mrs.
Shoffstal and son, Bennett, and Miss
Pattersonr of Dayton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Smith, of near Akron.
A CHRISTMAS PRESENT
A pair of Glasses
will be appreciated
Make the Gift and
we will fit the glass
Dr. C, F. Faris
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST '
Office 1 door East of Economy store. 2
Me4n Street, niilsboro, O,
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Scene from Peg O'My Heart, which will appear at Bell's Opera House
Tuesday, December 30.
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Farm and Town property always
for sale. Money loaned on Real Es
tate. Wadb Tdbnbb,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
Fob Sale Two second hand storm
buggies, also several summer buggies,
all bargains. The M. F. Carroll- &
Sons Co. adv
Fob Risniv-A six room dwelling,
centrally located with furnace, gas
and Inside toilet. Apply at thjs office
or Bell 'phone No. 101 R. " tf adv
Fob-Sale Cjieap Good- Heating
Stove. y58E. North St,. adv.
Fob Sale 2 sowa and 13 pigs.
Setty, Hillsboro, p.-BeH -'phone.
Probate Court Proceedings.
F. F. Hudson, exr of Jas. T.Patton,
filed first, final and distributive ac
count. Geo. J. Mayerhoefer and Wm. Ma
roney, exrs of Thqs. McGuIre, filed
second, final and distributive account.
Will of Anna L. Strain filed.
W. S,Halgh, admrof M. V. William
son, filed inventory and appraisement.
Will of Mariah F. Carr filed.
Will of MaurlwTG. Soil's filed.
Will of Anna L -Strain probated.
Alice Davidson appointed gdn of
Alice Davidson, gdn of Delia. Rhodr
filed Inventory. .
Ralph Sapw,, Harry Reece, VernH
ITalrley, Misses Anno Ilanloh1, June
DoorleVi Marfruerlte HUterini?ton awl
Mary FelktffetudwitB of Hliaml Uni-
It 4H -a. 1 h m Jm IP.
-mrsiiy, uKterp, are a noroewor Uieir
d&tes advertised. B
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BALTIMORE & OHIO
Winter Tourists Tickets to Florida
and points In south. Tickets on sale
daily, liberal stopover, long limit
All Year Tourists Tickets on sale
dally to California, Oregon, and Wash- K
ington. See your agent for partlcu-
nomeseeker tickets to South, West i
and Northwest on sale the first and
third Tuesday of each month,
Important change of time.
Trains arrive and depart from Hills
boro as follpws: t
DAILX EXCEPT SUNDAY
241 .' 8:00 a. m
243., 3:45 p. m.
245 C:30p, m. "
347.-.., 8:20 a. m.
235, 0:30 p. m.
ABBijVE DAILY KPOErVsUNDAY
242.. f..,; 10:30a, m. i
' 244,,. 0:05 p1m. J
'248 2:40 p. m..
246 0:20p m.
Two hour schedules to and from
A;Sar load, Gild pro- j
ces,s; at xif
Burch . Mendenhall spent Xmaa
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