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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914
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Of course if your wife demands a little money
it is sometimes a good thing to have a little coin
handy, but oven then she will usually accept a
chock on tho bank and be glad to get it.
Bub supposo some
some timo stiok a gun
"Hands up." What,tl eh?
of carrying around much
right then you will
prudent men, the
money in tho bank and
pay
you to open an account
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The Hillsboro Bank
RUSSELL'.
Deo. 29, 113.
Miles Hart, of Thompson, N. D
after an absence of eleven years- is vis
iting his parents, Riley Hart and wle
and other relatives. 1
Miss Mary Boatright was shopping
in Cincinnati a few days last week.
Joe Carpenter and wife, of Xenla,
are snendinsr a few days at thf horde
of her sister, Mrs. Sylvanus Achor, of
Sharpsville, and her mother Mrs.
Melissa Newton.
Mrs. Wm. Sinclair spent Christmas
and uutil Saturday With Mrs. Lizzie
Gilbert and family, at Chllllcotne. .
Harry Lewis spent a few days re
cently with friends at Franklin.
Prank Hawk and family and-Joshula
Briggs and family took dirtier
James Brewer's, Christmas. ) I
at
Mrs. Duvall and Mrs. Ted'
' Rousl
were in Cincinnati recently.
Mra r fs Onmbs and little son
Everett, of Norwood, spent Saturday
night and Sunday at the home of he
aunt, Mrs. E. E. Edwards.
Miss Mary Roush, of Columbus, is
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Ervin Roush and wife.
Miss Vanana Strange spent Christ
mas with her brother, John and farrjr
ily, at Chlllicothe.
John Briggs and family were shop
ping in Cincinnati recently.
iHfta cinrinin. Knatrlcrht. of Berea.
Xy., spent Christmas and a few dayk
with her father. E. G. Boatright. ,
Misses Marie Jonte and Jennie MaV
Oldaker visited their sister, Mrs.
Frank Popp and family at Norwood,
Christmas.
Miss Mary Boatright spent Christ
mas and a few days with her niece,
Mrs. Virginia Wiley and family, at
Lima.
Simpson Oldaker and wife were
amonir those who were entertained at
Wm. KIbler's, Christmas.
Mrs. Roxle Klrkhart spent a few
days last week at the home of her
dnncrhter. Mrs. Lizzie Kesler, at
Lynchburg.
Mr. Crampton and Miss Orpha Wik
kin were married by Rev. McMurrey
at his residence here, last Thursday,
Dec. 25.
Mrs. Elraa Stultz, of New Vienna,
Chris Jonte and' family Misses Eliza
and Catharine Oldaker and Virginia
" Boatright were dinner guests at John
W. Oldaker's, Christmas.
The W. F. M. S. will meet at the
residence of Mrs. A. C.
Oldakerjpn
Thursday. Jan. 1. at 2 p. m.
Rev Dresch fulfilled his regular ap
pointment at this place yesterday .at
2:30 p. m. He gave a most excellent
address. j
Enos Barnes and family wore a
at
A.
Chas. A. Chaney's last Saturday,
Raymond Edward, son of John i1
wards and wife, formerly of this place,
but now of Springfield, was united In
marriage to. Miss Cora Stanton oh
SAFE DRUGGISTS SE X lE-RU-SA PILE CURE.
Because it contains no opiates, no le ad, ho poisonous drug. All other pile
medicines contain Injurious narcotic s an other poisons which cause consti
pation, perpetuate piles and Damage all vho use them. E-Ru-Sa is a guar
anteed cure or f50 forfeit. The moljt reliable druggists of Hillsboro sell
E-Ru-Sa, namely: W. R. Smtyn Co' Garrett & Ayres.1 P. H. Miller
r
"It is safe to buy nt Baldwin's!"
PIANQS, PLAYER PIANOS
in great variety and at pric&s to meet every purse
TERMS TO SUIT
Anyone thinking of buying should by
all means see what WE have to offer
The Baldwin Company
142 West Fourth Street Cincinnati, Ohio
We hav some very Special Bargains in
usd Pianos from $15 upwards
1
real "hold up" man should
mdor your nose and demand
If you are in tho habit
money in your clothes
w sh you were one of those
modern kind, who keep tholr
by check. Wo invito
us.
and Savings Co.
Christmas eve, at the M. E. parsonage
by Rev. Wyant, at Springfield.
Everett Eawley-and family visited
relatives in Hillsboro yesterday,
John Briggs and family spent Christ
mas with Joe Stroup and family.
Ben Ilintou and Miss Laura Kessing
er were married at Hillsboro, Dec. 24.
Mrs. Geo. Kesslnger and daughter,
Ocle, visited at Wm. Kasslnger's last
Saturday.
James Brewer -and family were
called to Allensburg last Saturday on
account of the sickness of Mrs. Brew
er's father, John Hawk.
Glen Kesler entertained, a number of
relatives with a Christmas dinner.
For Every
Living Jhinff tyi
farm"
The
Free ; a 600 1 page book on the treat
ment and care of "Every Living Thing
on the Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs
uheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
phreys1 Vetlnary Specifics ; also a sta
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
up. Free by mail on application. Ad
dress Humphreys Homeo Med. Co.,
Corner Williams &-Ann Sts.,N.Y. adv
CAREYTOWW.
' Dec. 29, 1913.
Elsie Michael spent Thursday with
her mother, Mrs. Andrew Firroen.
Homer Grove and family spent
Christmas with Geo. Deck and fami
ly. F. R. Terrell and wife, of Lynch
burg, and E. H. Edwards spent Christ
mas with Mrs. Hannah Powell.
Isaac Dunlap and family spent
Christmasnvlth Mrs. Dunlap's parents,
C. N. Carey and wife.
Mrs. Ben Carey spent Friday with
her mother, Mrs. Joe Bailey.
T. L. Carey and wife spent Friday
'night and Saturday with Amis Carey
and family, of Wilmington.
Ova Creed and wife and T. B. Smith
and wife spent Friday evening with
C. N. Carey and family.
Pearl Smith and sister, Edna, of
New Vienna, spent Saturday night
Willi uiuir uruuier, J-. .u. oiuim mtu
family. f
Ova Creed and wife spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Newt. Rich
ards. Inez Ford spent Sunday with Olive
Smith.
Richard Woodmansee and family
ispent Sunday with Mrs. Woodraansee's
parents, Thomasjrrlest and wife.
Earl Vance is blending a few days
irlth his grandparents, Thomas Priest
nd wife.-
T. B. Smith and wife spent Sunday
qvenlng with T. L. Carey and wife.
Dora Martin Is spending a few days
with her grandparent?, Samuel Engle
ahd wife.
Leona Chaney spent the Christmas
Holidays with her grandmother, Mrs.
Srkrah E. Chaney.
PLENTY OF PROOF
From
People You KnowFrom
Hillsboro Citizens.
Tho greatest skeptic can hardly fail
to bo convinced In the face of evidence
like this. It Is impossible to produce
better proof of merit than the testi
mony of residents of Hillsboro, of
people who can be seen at any time.
Read the following case of it :
Mrs. Lewis Leaverton, 443 E. Main
St., Hillsboro, Ohio, says: "Two years
ago I suffered so much from a dull pain
across the small of my back that if I
happened to make a wrong move or
lift something too heavy, I got a stitch
in my back. It felt as if some one had
driven a knife Into my back and I
couldn't straighten up for several
minutes. In the morning I could
hardly dress myself, my back was so
stiff and lame. Doan's Kidney Pills
were so highly recommended In the
paper by a friend that I got a box at
Garrett & Ayres' Drug Store. They
brought entire satisfaction. Now,
whenever 1 have any annoyance from
my kidneys or have pain in my back,
a few dozes of Doan's Kidney Pills
give relief."
For sale by all dealers. Price 00
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., uullaio,
New York, sole agents for the United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. adv
In Memory
of Leslie Vernon Walker, who by a
wise and unerring providence was
called to depart this life Dec. 17, 1013.
His funeral service was held In the
Flat Run M. E. church, conducted by
Rev. Kerr, of the Presbyterian church
of Belfast, where he was a Sabbath
School scholar. He was a kind and
tender young man, loved and cherished
by his associates, his day and Sabbath
School teachers and by all who knew
him. Vernon's last expression was
lisping the name of him who said of
such, "come unto me."
Leslie Vernon Walker, son of David
and Emma Walker, was born Feb. 23,
1800 and departed this life Dec. 17,
1913, aged 14 years, 9 months and 24
days. He leaves to mourn his loss
father, mother, five sisters, Maggie,
of Middletown, May, of Dayton, Ethel,
Rosa and Mary, of Flat Run, and seven
brothers, Charlie and William, of
Shabbona, 111., Elmer, of Parma, Ida
ho, Lewis, Henry, Roy and Everett,
of Flat Run.
CARD OF TIIANK8.
We wish to thank the neighbors for
their kindness during the short illness
and death of our loved one.
The Family.
DODSONVILLE.
Dec 29, 1913.
Ed Strieker, of Cincinnati, and Bert
Strieker and wife, of Norwood, were
with their parents, Frank Strieker and
wife, Christmas.
Otto Keelor and wife and little
dauehter spent Xmas with Turner
Stroup and family.
Misses Daisy Carpenter and Emma
Shaffer, of Allensburg, were with the
latter's brother, Lewis, Wednesday.
Charles Wolfram moved his family
to Hillsboro one day last week.
Perry Shaffer moved to what is
known .as the Eiekiel Hawk farm,
south of Harwood, one day last week.
T. E. Aber and family spent Xmas
with Ben Wilkin and wifo.
Georire Dunselth and family, of
Roosterville, and Owen Shaffer and
wife, of Hillsboro, were with Mrs.
Allle Henderson, Xmas.
J. J. Conard Is sick.
T. C. Pratt and family were the
guests of R. H. Orebaugh and family
Thursday.
Alvln Taylor, of Lynchburg, spent
Sunday with Hiram Shaffer and fam
ily.
Cal Stroup and wife and son, Robert,
spent Thursday with Charles Stroup
and family, at Lynchburg
Lib Carpenter, of Allensburg, and
William Chaney, of Sandusky, spent
Monday with Mrs. Allle Henderson.
Mrs. George Taylor was with her
daughter, Mrs. Arthur Runk, of near
Dayton, Saturday and Sunday.
Memoir.
In memory of our dear husband and
father. William Thomas Ford, who
departed this life Oct. 20, 1013,
aged
03 years, 1 month and 15 days.
Dearest father, tbou bast left us,
And our less we deeply feel,
But 'tis God tbat hath bereft us,
Be can all our sorrows beal.
Yet again we hope to meet thee,
When tbe day of life Is fled,
Wben tn (leaven In Joy to greet tbee,
Where no farewell tear Is shed.
Dearest father, how we miss thee,
As thy face we fall to see,
Hut beyond the stars in Heaven
We shall all united be.
When we leave this world of sorrow,
Wben we leave this world of care.
We shall and our missing father
In our Father's mansion fair,
Mns. Wm. Foed & Ciuldren.
A substantial prize has been offered
by a Dutch society for bulb culture for
the best bulb-dlgglng machine.
ALLENSBURG.
Dec. 20, 1013.
Mrs. George McCallon, of Fayette
ville, spent Sunday with Ben Carpen
ter. Galen Fowler, of Sablna, is visiting
relatives here.
Mrs. Wm. Barnett spent part of last
week with her sister, Mrs. Armstrong,
at Wilmington.
Oliver Ludwlck is spending this
week in Hamilton and Cincinnati.
Wllllard Cailey and wife and son,
Earnest, spent part of last week with
their daughters, Mesdames Gusta and
Albert Ellis, of Norwood.
Miss Florence Ludwig, of Lynch
burg, spent Sunday with home folks.
George Chaney is spending tills week
with his sister, Mrs. Will Stuart, of
Mt. Orab.
Misses Emma Shailer and Ocle
Chaney and Srofe Ludwlck and Wm
Thornburg attended a party at Pierce
Shaffer's, at Harwood, Saturday night
Wm. Chaney, of Sandusky, is visit
ing his brother and sister, H. P.
Chaney and Mrs. Guthrie Carpenter,
this week.
Sherman Wilkin aud wife and
daughter, Reba, spent Sunday with
her parents, John Thornburg and wife
Srofe Ludwlck spent Thursday and
Friday in Cincinnati.
Ellis Wilkin and wife, of Shackelton,
spent Friday with home folks.
CARMEL.
Dec. 20, 1913.
Miss Grace Redkey, of Hillsboro, Is
spending this week with her cousin,
Miss Ruth Henry.
Mrs. Anna McCall and little daugh
ter, Elizabeth, spen t Sunday at
Cynthiana.
George Henry and family spent
Xmas with Ed Roads and family.
Wm. Keelor spent Thursday night
with Thomas Holladay, of New Vien
na Miss Grace McCoppln, of Osborne, is
spending her vacation with home
folks.
Miss Ruth Henry very pleasantly
entertained on Sunday Misses Grace
Redkey, of Hillsboro, Jennie Wash
burn, Alma Keelor and Maude Simp
son. Cary Beaver and family spent Sun
day at Marshall.
Miss Maude McCoppln, of Marshall,
spent Saturday night and Sunday at
home.
Nathan Penn and family, of Hills
boro, James Chestnut and family, of
Marshall, and Joseph McCall and fami
ly spent Xmas with James Penn and
wife.
Mrs. T. E. McCoppln is visiting her
sister near Bellefountaine.
Mrs. Jane Penn and Mrs. Thomas
Elliott called on Mrs. O. R. Keelor
and daughter, Friday afternoon.
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, the Great Captain of In
finite, commanded the Angel of Light,
to add to the ranks of God's Army
Celestial, Comrade George W. Barrere,
who answered roll call Dec. 21st, 1913.
Therefore, be it resolved by J. M.
Barrere Post No. 205, that In the death
of Colonel George W. Barrere, we have
lost a faithful member of our Post, a
loyal Noldier of his country, when It
was in danger of dls union, and a good
citizen, who bent his energies to make
this community happy and prosperous
in time of peace.
While we mpurn his loss, we are
comforted, for we know he has entered
the gates of the city, for his daily life
was in accord with the scriptural
injunction.
"Fight the good fight of faith, lay
hold on eternal life, whereunto thou
are also called and hast professed a
good profession before many wit
nesses." John McMullen, Jacob
Groves, H. C. Ambrose, Committee.
This Will Interest Mothers.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children relieve Feverlshness, Head
ache, Bad Stomach, Teething Disor
ders, move and regulate the Bowels
and destroy worms. They break up
Colds in 24 hours. Used by mothers
for 24 years. All Druggists, 25s. Sam
ples FREE. Address, A. S. Olmsted,
Le Roy, N. Y. adv
Increased Russian emigration to
America from the Vilno and Kovno
governments has caused a scarcity of
farm laborers, and Vice Consul General
Smith reports that agricultural associ
ations petition for reduced railway
rates for such workmen.
There Is more Catarrh In this section of
the country than all other diseases put
together, and until tho last tew years
was supposed to bo Incurable. For a great
many years doctors pronounced It a local
disease and prescribed local remedies, and
by constantly railing" to euro with local
tieatment, pronounced It Incurable. Sci
ence ha3 proven Catarrh to bo a consti
tutional disease, nnd' thercforo requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by P. J. Cht ley &
Co.. Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Cc.istltu
tional euro on tho market. It Is taken In
ternally in doses from 10 drops to a toa
giioonful. It acts directly on tho blood
nnd mucous surfaces of tho system. They
ofer one hundred dollars for any case It
1 is to cure. Send for circulars and tes
timonials. ArMress: P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Fold br Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Family Fills for constipation.
BELFAST.
Dec 20, 1013.
Rev. T. C. Kerr began a series of
revival services at the Presbyterian
church, Sunday night.
Miss Mabel Kerr, who is attending
college at Oxford, is at home for her
Christmas vacation.
U S. Uaugh and family spent
Christmas with his aged parents, at
Run. '
A very Interesting entertainment
was given at the Presbyterian church
Christmas eve.
Our school here rendered a very
nice Christmas program under the
direction of the teacher, J. A. Slder.
Santa Claus was present and distri
buted a very nice treat.
Mrs. Joseph Swonge is visiting her
brother, F. J. Kelly, at Hillsboro.
Miss Lydla Holt is visiting home
folks, near Sinking Spring.
T. C. and C. F. Mullenlx and fami
lies ate Christmas dinner with J. A.
Gllmore.
Jacob Fling, wife and daughter, Miss
Maud, spent Saturday night and Sun
day with relatives, here.
Chas. Sprinkle and wife spent the
latter part of the week with Arthur
Sprinkle and family.
George Hopkins and wife and Lanty
Williams and wife spent Sunday with
John Newklrk.
Roy Beck, wife and son, of Carey
town, are visiting her sister, Mrs. Will
Haige, and Mrs. Otto Easter.
Mrs. Edgar Roberds and daughter,
Dorothy, spent the latter part of the
week with R. S Hamilton.
Miss LeVera Milburn and brothers,
Wendell and Herald, spent Christmas
with Mrs. M. J Cummings, of Mar.
shall.
NEW MARKET.
Dec. 29, 1913.
Herald Harris, of Mommoth, 111.,
spent several days here last week, vis
iting his grandfather, James Eaklns.
He Is visiting his parents, F. L. Har
ris and wife, at Peebles, this week.
Mrs. C. W. Carr and Lola Bell called
on Mrs. Carr at Pike College, Satur
day afternoon.
Vernon Vance visited friends near
Buford, Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Eakins spent; Thursday,
the guest of her son, McMannis, and
family, at Danville
Frank Shaap and wife, of Dunn's
Charel, were guests over Sunday of
the latter's parents, Wm. Carrier and
wife.
Geo. Brognard, wife and son, Chas.,
spent Thursday with Mrs. Margaret
Brognard and Orland Landess and
wife.
Ralph and Neta Miller visited rela
tives ae Lynchburg last week.
J. D Van Winkle and family spent
one day last week, the guests of F. L.
Lemon and family in Hillsboro.
Mrs. Kate Caplinger, who has been
spending several days with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Chas. Garren, returned to
her home near Sugartree Ridge, Sat
urday. Mrs. L. A. Purdy spent Wednesday
with Mrs. G. H. McConnaughey.
Roy Naylor and wife, of Sugartree
Ridge, attended services at the Bap
tist church here Sunday morning.
John L. Eyler and family, of Ger
law, 111., arrived today to visit rela
tives and friends for a few days.
Joe Strain and wife spent one day
last week with I. T. Vance and fam
ily. Robt. Hall and wife, of Jessup, were
entertained by I. II. Stanforth and
daughter, from Friday until Sunday.
Wm. Tracy is spending his vacation
with home folks.
W. H. Plgott and wife entertained
their son, of Springfield, Sunday.
The annual Christmas entertain
ment was held at the Baptist church
Christmas eve.
Roy Carr, of Norwood, Is spending
tho holidays with his mother.
Deane Lemon, who is attending
Hotchkiss Academj at Likevllle,
Conn., is spending his vacation with
his parents, C. A. Lemon. Ho will re
turn next Saturday.
Harry Shannon, of Berryville, was a
business caller here today.
C. W. Garen and wife spent Sunday
with Sam Garen and wife, near Mar
shall. The Ordinance of Baptism was ad
mlnlsteredjto thirty candidates at the
Baptist church last Sunday morning
by tho Rev. J. H. nollingsworth D. D.
C. V. Purdy and wife spent Sunday
afternoon with Frank
family, at Shackelton.
Orebaugh and
When RuDDers become Necessary
And your shoes pinch, Allen's Foot
Ease, the Antiseptic powder to be
shaken into the shoes, is just the thing
to use. Always use it for breaking in
new shoes. Sold everywhere, 25c.
Sample FREE. Address, A. S. Olm
sted, Le Roy, N. Y. Don't accept any
substitute. adv
The smoke nuisance costs the Ameri
can people nearly J50,000,000 every year
&raf9$$ianeil Sri.
S. R. HOWARD,
VETERINARIAN
HILLSBORO
Both PhonM.In Office ind Rildnct
J. FKANK WILSON. N. CRAIG U'BRIDM
WILSON & McBRlDE,
ATTORNEYS-AT-IiAW.
Office Short St., Opp. Court Bcuce
I. W. CARET,
DENTIST,
Glenn Big. HILLSBORO, (P,
Home 'Phone 340. Bell 'Phone 148
V.
B. McCONNAUGHEY, M. D.
. Hlllotsoro, Ohio.
Orrioi. In Holmes Building,
North Blta
Orrioi Hooks.-q to lz a. m., 2 to
and 8 to
s p. m.
Both 'Phones In Omce and Residence,
SIMON HIDER,
THE FLORIST.
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KINCAIDrS: SON
SUCCESSORS TO HDKI.E & TnimR
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
tA Full Line of High Grade
PTJIUVriTUIlE
BOTH PHONES
HILLSBORO ICE DELIVERY
WHOLESALE A1D RETAIL
ICE
Prompt Delivery. Courteous Treatment
four Patronage Solicited
.STEVENSON & STEVENSON
PROPRIETORS
(Successors ro J. C. Koca)
Otllcehearfol 7 reciu riCtpnt
Home Phone J44
Teachers' Examination.
The Highland county Hoard ol School Ex
aminers nereby gives notice that examina
tions of Applicants ot Certificates will take
place in the Washington School Building.
Hillsboro, pn the nm Saturday of eerv
month
Patterson examinations i 111 be held on the
third Saturday of April and on the third
Saturday of May
As prescribed by law, the fee for teachers
examinations will be 50 cents, while, for
Patterson examinations no tee is charged
O. A. Tkneh, Sinking Spring, Pres.
adv v. H. Vanok. Hillsboro, Vice Pres
H B. Qalliett, Lynchburg, Sec
Private Sale of Valuable Personar
Property.
Having decided to quit the road
building '.business on account of my
other business taking all my time, I
will oiler at private sale at my home
in Reesville, Ohio,the following per
sonal property :
1 Aurora Stone Crusher, 10x15, wiih
25 foot elevator, and all necessary ap
purtenances, 1 Revolving Screen,
3 Stone Hoppers and Loaders for
grading stone preparatory to building
water-bound macadam road,
1 24 inch noist,
150 ieet of 5 8 cable,
3 SteellCars,
1000 feet of T-Rails,
2 Steam Drills.
All pipes and hammers necessary to
complete the above outfit.
18 h. p. Interr tlonal Famous Gas
oline Engine, goo as new,
1 4-inch tubulaW'ump and 25 feet
of 4 Inch gaslplpe connected,
1 No. 3 Kelly DuplesJFeed Grinder,
good as new,
1 No. 1 Birdsall Clover Huller,
Also 12 passenger Automobile, Stod
dard Dayton 1909 Roadster, all In good
repair,
.1 BoardlngJCar, 8x18, equipped with
cook stove, cookingiutensils and dish
es. The foregoing will be sold for cash
or negotiable Ipaper or exchange for
property of equal value.
Said propertylmust be closed out
within the next 60 days.
Will be pleased to show prospective
purchasers the above property.
Phone, write or call on
T. N. Bbookbank,
(M5) Reesville, Ohio.
Nonce
John Pfarr will clean and press and
mend that suit until it will look as
' Rood as new,
Glv.e me a
I also do dry cleaning,
call. Urunner's Shoa
Shop. adv
More than 100 countries, colonies and
dependencies are included In the list
of world communities to which the
products of the United States are distributed.
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