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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO.THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914.
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If you have as good a NEW YEAR as
we wish for you, there will be nothing
left for you to desire. If we can con
tribute in any way toward making our
wish come true, we shall be glad to do
it. Come and tell us about it.
Notice of First Meeting of Credi
United States of America (.
Southern District of Ohio f 8S
lathe United States District Court In and
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Dec. 29, 1013.
Henry Uollman and wife, of Hllls
boro, are visiting Win. Stratton and
Dr. Elmer Miller and wife, ofLex
Ington, are spending the holidays with
his uncle, G. W. Reedy.
Oscar Roush and wife, of Spring
Valley, are spending the holidays with
Prof. R. Corrlll, of Sonnersvllle,
visited friends hero last Friday.
George Mink has recently placed a
steel light in front of his store, which
is a decided improvement to the town.
Edgar Florence and wife moved to
Leesburg to day.
Prof. W. F. Brown, of Mlddletown,
is spending his vacation here.
Miss Addie Martin delightfully en
tained a company of young people last
Grllllth Lyons, of Cincinnati, is visit
ing his brother, S. A. Lyons.
The Rebekah Lodge will hold their
annual banquet on New Years Eve.
Horn to George Weaver and wife, a
daughter, Dec. 24.
George Mink recently sold his farm
to Thomas Hawthorne, of Union
Miss Mattie Rosselottls visiting her
aunt, Mrs. Jas. Puckett, at Hlllsboro.
John F. Moberly and wife are visit
ing relatives here.
Mrs. Henry Smith received a vary
unique Xmas gift of Indian embroid
ery work from relatives in Montana.
Jeflerson and Theo Fawley and two
sisters, Mrs. J. F. VanZant and Mrs.
Belle Rupley, all of Dayton, were
called to the bedside of Mrs. Dr. San
Rev. Wllkln.ofthe Christian church,
made a most excellent address Sunday
evening. Subject, "Government."
The public school and both Sunday
Schools are to be complimented upon
their generous treat.
In the matter of i
l'ETKIl 1'EritAKOH '.-
To the creditors of Peter Petrakor, of
UreenHeltl, In the county of Highland,
State of Ohio, and District aforesaid, a
Notice Is hereby given that on the 0th dar
of December A o 1913. the said Peter
Petrakor was duty adudlcaled bankrupt;
and that the Ur.st meeting of me creditors
will be held at the office of the referee In
llllliboro, Ohio on the nth day of January
1914, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon, at which
time the said creditors may attend, prove
their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the
bankrupt and transact such other business
as may properly come before said meeting
M. T. VanPhlT,
Iteferee In Uankruptcy.
December 31, iota.
December 22, 1913.
A. L. Carr transacted business in
Cincinnati on Thursday.
D. G. Marconett and wife, of Hoi
lowtown, spent Monday with L. E.
Euverard and wife.
Mrs. Aber, of Dodsonville, Is visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Lance.
Several from this place attended the
sile of A. D. Hess at Hollowtown on
II. A. Fender spent Friday at Cin
cinnati. Mrs. America Robinson spent Sun
day with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Carr.
John Stewart and wife, of Sugar
tree Ridge, spent Monday with rela
tives at this place.
Andrew Kanstrom, a Swedish gradu
ate student of Cornell, will lead
another assault on Mount McKlnley
next summer, under the auspices of
the Smithsonian Institute.
NEW YEARS DAY--MATINEE AND NIGHT
"A Crimson Stain"
A Story of Old Plantation Days. Very
Thrilling. Complete in three parts.
"Toplitsky & Co.5'
Another one of those Hilarious Key
stone Comedies. A Laugh and a Scream
for every foot.
Big Special Matinee at 1:30 p, m. Four Reels 5 and 10 Cents
SATURDAY, JAN. 3. MATINEE and NIGHT
"THE TAKING OF RATTLESNAKE BILL"
A Two Reel Western that will make good.
"BRONCHO BILLY'S SECRET"
Another Strong Western Offering with G. M. Anderson
and Marguerite Clayton.
TUESDAY, JANUARY 6.
"BRONCHO BILLY GETS SQUARE"
The First Two Reel Special Feature ever issued.
Featuring the Worlds Most Popular Photo Player. Typi
cal Western Scenes strongly presented. The Burning of the
Cabin An intensely Dramatic Scene.
The Price of Admission will only be 5 cents. '
THURSDAY, JANUARY 8.
Special Vitagraph -Feature in Three Parts See the fear
ful Head on Collision of two trains. The terrible Wreck that
results. Featuring an All Star Cast of the Vitagraph Co.,
Harry Morey, E. K. Lincoln, Anita Stewart and Wm. Dunn.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE THIS WONDERFUL FEATURE
December 29, 1913.
Mrs. Lucinda West and grandson,
Ronald West, spent Christmas with
Mr. and Mrs. R. I). West, at Carlisle
Joe Miller and family, of Troy, were
the guests of W A. Miller and family
last week. '
Harry Shannon and wife entertain
ed his mother and Ova Shannon on
Glone Fox went to Fairfax Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moorman enter
tained the following guests at dinner
Christmas : Bert Moorman, of Spring
field, Bert West, of Hlllsboro, and
Miss Clara West, of Boston.
Ova Shannon left Thursday for a
visit In Cincinnati.
Dr. and Mrs. Mason, of Marshall,
spent Christmas Day with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Benton Parks.
Ed. Wlllman spent Xmas with his
father, James Wlllman.
Mrs. Kelley spent a part of last
week with her son, Henry Kelley and
Mr. and Mrs. E E. West spent Sun
day in Hlllsboro.
Dan West, of Samantha, was called
to the bed side of his mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth West, who is worse.
John Fox visited Glone Fox Sunday.
Bert Roberts visited in New Car
- Harley Stanforth and family enter
tained a number of friends on Xmas.
Mrs. Mattie Eaklns entertained a
number of relatives Christmas at
Mrs. A. E. Pavey and children,
Henry and Helma, of Wing, N. J).,
spent Christmas with Mrs. Eaklns".
December 29, 1913.
This community received a shock
last Sunday morning when the sad
news came that Col. Geo. W. Barrere
had answered the last roll call and
passed on to the eternal camping
Ralph Hollingsworth was the guest
of T. R. Vance and wife Saturday
Cary Emery and Minnie Vance
spent Xmas with relatives in Hills
boro. D. E. Vance and wife entertained
their children Christmas Day.
Albert Shelton and wife entertain
ed their children and grandchildren
Angel Shelton, of Mt. Washington,
was entertained by Rev. J. H. IIol
Walter Hamilton and wife attended
a Xmas eve supper at Dunn's Chapel.
Homer Landess and C. D. Vance attended-lodge
at Bast Danville Satur
Walter Hamilton's baby, two and
one-half years old, concluded he would
follow his father and mother to a
Xmas tree celebration. The child
slipped away unseen by his sister and
got to the pike one-half mile from the
home; followed the pike for nearly
two miles before the news was tele
phoned along the Concord pike. The
little man wasstopped by Mr. Mat
thews' family and held until his sister
arrived andjtook him home.
E C. Vance and wife, of Highland,
spent Sunday with his parents.
M. E. Harris and daughter, Clary,
spent Christmas with Aunt Charlotte
Chaney at New Market.
December 29, 1913.
Ellis Igo has been unloading a car
load of corn at East Danville for the
past two or three days.
R. R. Vaughan and family and Mrs.
Wm. Temple and two children took1
dinner with Lew Igo and family.
Several from here attended the do
bate at Five Oaks Friday night.
Walter Iiunn, of Dayton, spent
from Thursday until Saturday with
relatives at this place.
The literary will be held at the
school house at this place on next
Friday night, Jan. 2.
The farmers of this community are
all through shredding corn.
Mr. and Mrs, W. G. Hogsott cele
brated their fifth wedding anniversary
on Tuesday, entertaining -their rela
tives with a delightful family dinner.
DO YOU WANT A
BIG BARGAIN IN
COAT SUITS, CLOAK
YOU CAN GET IT AT KERNS'
Every Suit, Cloak and bur Must
Be Sold at 0nc
Come Now -While Your; Size and
Color Are Herfe
SOUTH HIGH STREET HILLSBORO. OHIO
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Dec. 29, 1913.
The following guests were enter
tained at the home of A. R. Hawk and
wife Sunday : Rev. Frank Foust and
wife, of Prlcetown, A. B, Robinson
and wife, O. L. Roler and wife and
son, of Taylorsvllle, C. W. Roler and
wife and daughter, of Washington C.
II., John Fouch and wife and daugh
ter, Roy Euverard and wife and son,
of Hollowtown, Wm! Hawk and wife
and D. C. Winkle and wife.
C. C. Winkle and wife entertained a
number of their friends with a dinner
Misses Blanche Pulllam and Laura
Gossett spent Saturday and Sunday
with their aunt, Lurine Roush, at
t. II. L. Hawk and family were guests
of A. Marconet and wife, at nollow-
A. B. Robinson and wife spent Sat
urday with Dr. Pratt, at Pricetown.
C. H. Wiggins was a guest of R. R.
Roush and, family, near Carr's Cross
L. A. Fenner and family spent Sun
day with Wm King and family.
C. N. Winkle and wife, of Hlllsboro,
spent Xmas with home folks.
Several from here attended the en
tertainment at the White school house
Wednesday and report a fine time.
Wm. Blshir, of near Portsmouth, Is
spending his vacation with his family
H. J. Vance and wife are spending
this week with friends 1n Brown
Miss Sadie Cailey spent Sunday with
her friend, Mrs. Clarence Hollacfay, of
Twenty-five years ago Argentine had
to import Its Hour. Today it sells
wheat to the world, the annual har
vest value amounting to more than
Collapsible baby carriages have al
most gone out of use in Christiana,
Norway, Owing to the agitation against
them started by a local physician, a
specialist In children's diseases.
CAN YOU BEAT IT?
Men's Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 80c
Men's Suits Sponged and Pressed 50c
'FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY
Dry Cleaning and Pressing Works
Miss nazel Tener, f Locust Grove
is tne guest oi miss luaruia Jiiyiar,
Misses Ocle and Eva Porter, John
Palumbo, of Columbus, and Rodney
Hatter, of Estes, N. D., spent Xmas,
at Hlllsboro. Icnt Qf three per cent durjng
Bessie Porter and Mabel Butler spent ij , ,, .
Thursday with Bessie Garman, at tnji Week Of January 5-11 Of!
Stock Reducing Sale
w order to reduce our stock
(before taking our annual in
ventory, we will give a dis-
Cheap Gow Feed
Crushed corn is fine cold
weather feed for cows, and
we will furnish the corn
and crush it for you at
$1.20 per hundred pounds.
of Balnbrldge, an(!
of Hillsboror spent
Thursday with home folks.
Mrs. Rosa McAdow was' the guest o
relatives at Peebles Thursday.
Mrs. Nan Easton has moved in wlt'A
O. C. Wickerham and wife. , ;
Richard McKeehan and wife are
visiting relatives here. j
The Farmers Institute will be held
at the M. E. church Wednesday and
Thursday, Dec. 31 and Jan. 1. s.Tne
Peebles Orchestra will furnish tfre
Wm. Butler, of IdaTio, Is visiting
Mrs. Sadie Tegal, of Chicago, is ifhe
guest of ' her mother, Mrs. Jaiyes
ohn McClure Is the proud owner
a Shetland pony.
Norman 8wayne and Wife, or New.
Vienna, were the guests of the form
er's parents, Joseph Swayne and wife,
all cash sales.
Hbw About Your Sole?
If you do your own shoe repair
ing we can supply you with
ihalf soles, leather in
scrips, or blocks, heel
taps, heel plates, cob
bleu sets, se per ate
ljasts and stands, shoe
Thread, avax, bristles,
KNIVES, CEMENT. ETC.
"Papa, why don't you dress as U
as other men do ?' i
"Because, pet, you insist on dresolBg
bet'ter than any other girl dbesj"
Ail at Flock Bottom Prices,
If you want good
leather come to the
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