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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO.THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1914
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PULSE.
Jan. 20, 1014.
, Lewis Allen and wife and children
wore guests of Ed Rhodes and family,
Sunday.
Mrs. Ida Sanderson, of Danville, was
the guest of Lewis Boush and family,
Tuesday.
Ray Newberry and Lewis Rhodes
were guests of George Hoggott Sunday.
Gladys Iloggett spent last week with
Rev. Hgogett and family. ,
Mrs. Lib Pulse was the guest of Jauo
Aber Thursday afternoou.
T. J. Miller and wife, after spending
five weeks with their son, left for
Tipton, Ind , Friday. They were ac
companled as far as Cincinnati by
Rev. VV. V Miller, who spent Friday
and Saturday in the city.
Mrs. Chas. Brown and Mrs. S. F.
Smith were guests of Will Smith and
family, near Prlcetown, Wednesday.
The members of the Prlscllla Club
and their husbands and families were
entertained by W. V. Miller and wife,
Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Wirt King and two children
spent several days last week with her
parents, T. J. Stodgel and wife.
TAYLORSVILLE.
Jan. 20, 1014.
Omer Weller and wife and son, Cecil,
of Wilmington, spent the past week
with Mrs. Weller's parents, D. n.
Dunnn and wife.
Born to C. N. Bennington and wife,
Jan. 20, a son.
Mrs. George Brown, of Bell's Run,
was calling on Mrs. A. L. Carr, Friday.
D. H. Dunn and wife, of this place,
and Omer Weller and wife and son,
Cecil, of Wilmington, visited C. N.
Dunn and family, of Sardinia, Wednes
day. Miss Sylvia Young, of Mowrystown,
is staying with C. N. Bennington and
family.
A. L. Barr spent Saturday In IIIlls
boro. Charles Whlsler, of Hillsboro, was
THE ORPHEUM 4
SATURDAY, JANUARY 31
"Broncho Billy's Squareness"
'' A Superb Western Offering
"Jerry's Mother-in-Law"
Special Feature Comedy in two Parts. Married folks
will enjoy this hugely. A laugh from start to finish.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3.
"Our New Minister" In Three Parts
Three Million People have laughed at this homely Rural
Drama by Denman Thompson. Joseph Conyers as Darius
Startle the Village Constable, is a veritable scream. This is
the same Company that played in Bell's Opera House a few
years ago. Its funnier than ever in pictures.
Daniel Frohman presents Madame Fiske in
"Tess ot The D'Urbervilles"
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Thomas Hardy's Sublime Drama,
" COMING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5.
Matinee 2:30 p. m. Night Shows 7 and 8:30 p. m.
Seats on sale at box office Tuesday, February 3. Admission
10 and 15 cents.
SATURDAY.FEB. 7, Matinee and Night
"In the Midst ut The Jungle"
Another Thrilling AnimaJ Drama. Thrilling story of
the wilds of Africr. Exciting hair raising scenes. Fierce
encounters with Ferocious Animals. The last word in wild
animal pictured. 3,000 feet Thrilling-rDaring Wonderful
Kathlyn Williams in deeds of daring beyond comparison.
NEXT WEEK.
Charming Mary Pickford "In The Bishop's Carriage"
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' Matinees every Thursday and Saturday.
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tramactlng business here Monday.
Krell Bennington was a caller at
Sardinia Saturday evening.
Frank Robinson, of Hillsboro, was a
business caller here Saturday.
' BARRETTS.;
Jan. 20, 1014.
Jas. Elton and wife, of Hillsboro.
and John Duflleld and wife wore guests
of Frank Shoemaker ana wue suuaay
Miss Helen Kline and brother were
guests of Miss Madge and Leslie
Stevens, Sunday.
Joe Morrow and wife spent Sunday
with their mother. Mrs. Dalla Morrow
I Wm. Rowe and wife were guests of
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Saturday.
Minnie Humphrey, of Good Hope, is
visiting her sister, Nettle, at the home
of Mrs Hester Holt.
Charles Post and family were guests
of their mother, Mrs. Webb, at Rains
boro, Sunday.
Mrs. Delia Morrow and father, Mr.
Overman, and Neville Fairley were
guests of Joe Cowman and wife, Thurs
day. Misses Ethel and Ruth Barnes visit
ed their aunt, Mrs. Anna Duke, in
Hillsboro, last week.
Mrs Delia Monow and father spent
one day last week with Mrs. William
Woodward.
Wm. Ludwick and wife, of East
Danville, were guests at the home of
her parents, W E. Chrlsman and wife,
last week.
James Anderson and wife enter
tained last Thursday O. M. Stevens
and wife, Wm. Rowe and wife and J.
S. Lovett and wife.
Wm. Webb and wife and Elmer
Carey and wife were guests of Mrs.
Belle Gecrge Sunday.
The Quarterly Meeting of the
Friends Church will be held In Lees
burg, next Saturday, Jan. 31.
Ray Washburn and wife spent Sun
day with the latter's parents.
George Chrlsman went to Washing
ton on business recently.
COATS AND SUIT
$10.00
$12.50
$15.00
$17.50
$20.00
$22.50
$25.00
$27.50
COATS
COATS
COATS
COATS
COATS
COATS
COATS
COATS
FOR
FOR
FOR
FOR
FOR
FOR
FOR
FOR
ONE HALF PRICE ON ALL FURS
THIS IS
1 COME NOW WHILE
CHAS. M. KERNS
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
HOLLOWTOWN.
Jan. 26, 1014.
H. W. Tedrlck and family enter
tained Edward Tedrlck and family, of
Dodsonvllle, Sunday.
Mrs. Minnie Wilkin was entertained
by Wm, Roberts and family,, Sunday.
John Hess and ramily and Frank
Vance spent Sunday at H. C. Vance's.
A Y. P. S. C. E. was organized here
Sunday night. It will meet on Satur
day nlirht. Everybody Invited.
Dexter Carpenter and family and
Ezra Carpenter and family took dinner
with Malinda King and family Sunday.
Jos. Schooley spent Sunday night
with A. Q. Landess and family.
Curtis Martin, of Belfast, spent the
latter part of the week with his broth
er, George, and family.
Harry Ruble visited the school here
last Wednesday.
George Martin and family and Cur
tis Martin spent Thursday with Ed
ward Martin and wife.
Perry Moberly was a business visitor
In Huford recently.
FORT HILL.
January 20, 1914.
Harvie Holten and daughter, Miss
Editha, were guests of friends near
Lathem Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Jane Stults and daughter, Mrs.
Mary Bobb, spent Sunday with the
latter's son-in-law, Charlie McCoppln
and family, of near Carmel.
Richard Stults is the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. John Barker, of near
Falrvlew.
Cary Little, of Cynthlana, was a cal
ler In this vicinity Saturday.
Misses Jane and Grace Havens were
the guests of their aunt, Mrs. Jane
Stults, Wednesday. -
Benson Butler, of Sinking Spring,
was the guest of O. O. Havens Satur
day. Isaac Bobb was a business visitor in
Hillsboro Saturday.
Mrs. Maud Matthews and sister,
Miss Bess L. Butler, returned home
Friday, after spending a few days
with relatives near Rainsboro and
Greenfield.
H. M. Eubanks was the guest of his
son-in-law, Willie Fullerton, at
Greenfield, Saturday and Sunday. His
daughter, Mrs. Paul Barger, of Lees
burg, accompanied him home.
"Charlie Johnson and family and
father. Wm. Johnson, of Beech Flats,
and Manford Lawson and family, of
near Olive Branch, were entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Simp.
West Thursday
H. V. Matthews is visiting his par
ents at Greenfield.
Floyd Chapman, of Sinking Spring,
and O. O. Havens and Isaac Bobb
called on Mrs. H. V. Matthews Sun
day afternoon.
Myrtle Lawhorn called on Miss
ONE HALF PRICE
ON
$ 5.00
$ 6.25
$ 7.50
$ 8.75
$10.00
$11.25
$12.50
$13'.75
A CHANCE
YOUR SIZE IS HERE.
Louis West Sunday afternoon.
Manlove Reed, of Stralgtft Creek,
spent the most of last week the guest
of his father. John L. Reed.
O. C. McAfee was a business visitor
in Balnbridge Saturday.
Vena Rhoads spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Ray Deardoff.
Misses Jane and Grace Havens, of
this place, and Benson Butler, of
Sinking Spring, spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Mrs. H. V. Mat
thews. Fred Rhoads and daughter, Miss
Eva, spent Sunday with S. S. Dear
doff and family.
Simpson West called on Charlie
Johnson In Beech Flatts Sunday af
ternoon. Mrs. John Reed and granddaughter,
Mrs Louie Butler, were called to
Mlddletown Tuesday by the serious
illness of the latter's mother, Mrs.
Tlllle Irons.
NEW MARKET.
January 28, 1914.
Joseph Vance and Mills Lemon,
who are attending high school In
Hillsboro, spent Sunday with their
parents.
W. S. Huffman, of Sablna, spent a
couple of days the past week the guest
of Isaac Larrick and family.
Effort McCoy and wife, of Miller's
Chapel, were the guests of Wm. Car
rier and family Sunday.
Ambrosia Shelton, of Mt. Washing
ton, was a caller at the Holllngsworth
home Sunday and attended services
here Sunday night.
W. E. Lemon, of Hillsboro, was a
business visitor here last week.
Mrs. T. M. Wilkin and Mrs. U. E.
Wilkin, of Point Victory, called on
Mrs. P. S. Bell Monday afternoon.
Herald Harris, of Peebles, Is the
guest of friends here.
Isaac Stanforth and daughter, Or
della, visited relatives In Hillsboro
last, week.
W. B. Van Winkle, of New Vienna,
called on friends here Tuesday.
Roy J. McConnaughoy, of Shackel
ton, transacted business here Monday.
Mr. Carpenter, of Hollowtown, was
a caller at the Miller home Sunday.
McManus Eaklns and wife and son,
Holland, of Danville, were pleasantly
entertained by Mrs. L. L. Eaklns Ruh
day afternoon.
The sick of this community are bat
ter.
The neighbors and friends of Moss
Vance surprised him Thursday with
a wood chopping.
Guy Purdy and wife of near Hills
boro, and Forest Emery and wife and
son, Howard, were the guests of Stew
art Bell and family Sunday.
Nelson Barrere, Sr., and wife spent
Friday and Saturday with Joseph
Miller and family In Hillsboro.
Rev. T. O, Kerr began a series of
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$12.50 SUITS FOR
$15.00 SUITS FOR
$17.50 SUITS FOR
$20.00 SUITS FOR
$22.00 SUJTS FOR
$25.00 SUITS FOR
$27,50 SUITS FOR
TO SAVE
THEY WON'T LAST LONG AT THESE PRICES.
meetings at the Presbyterian Church
here Sunday morning.
Ralph and Neta Miller and Amy
Lemon called on David Carrier and
sister, Hazel, Sunday.
Roscoe McConnaughey has hired
with Henry Wilkin near Falrvlew.
He will begin his work this week.
Dr. C. C. Cropper and Duck Brown,
of Danville, were callers here SunJay
morning.
Several from this place are attend
ing revlva.l services at- the Christian
Church in Hillsboro.
BERRYVILLE.
January 20, 1914.
James Herron Newby spent Satur
day with his parents, Judge and Mrs.
Cyrus Newby at Hillsboro.
Burch Mendenhall spent Sunday
with friends in Adams county.
Mr. Chaney, of near Greenfield,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Evaline Mo-
Coy.
Grover McCoy and Harry Hochen
berger attended services at the taher-
nacle In Hillsboro Sunday night. '
A number from here attended the
funeral of Mrs. Chas. Lucas at Mar
shall Monday.
Mrs. Herdman called on Mrs. Eliza
beth West Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Mary Fox visited Mrs. Luclnda
West last week.
tTbe Smoker
-FOR- . - ' .
CIGARS,
TOBACCO,
PIPES,
x CIGARETTES,
CANDIES
For a short time only we 'will have a special sale on
Cigarettes and two of our leading brands of Cigars as fol
lows: Six packages of 5c Cigarettes ..- - 25c
Three packages of 10c Cigarettes - - 25c
Two packages of 15c Cigarettes - - 25c
Seven Counsellor Cigars - - ' 25c
beven Strauss High Grade Cigars - - 25c
Daily Papers, Popular Magazines and Comfortable Lobby
XTbe Smoker
120;jWest Main Street
$ 6.25
'$ 7.50
$ 8.75
$10.00
$11.25
$12.50
$13.75
DOLLARS
HILLSBORO, OHIO
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W. A. Miller and family received
word of the death of James Breece
during the last week.
Harry Shannon and wife visited
George Puckett and family Sunday.
Earl Trout and family have moved
to Danville.
Mrs. James Trout visited Mrs.
Evaline McCoy Monday.
W. A. Ballentlne and wife enter
tained a company of friends Saturday
night.
Miss Ladora Reams, who was 111, Is
much Improved.
Mrs. C. C. Eaklns and Miss Ladora
Reams visited at the home of Grover
McCoy Monday.
William Reams and family visited
Joe Smart Sunday.
Lorhea Chaney called on Allle
Smart Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. William Reams has received
word from her daughter, Mrs. J, H.
Anderson, that she was still very
poorly.
A number from here are In atten
dance at the meetings at the taberna
cle'ln Hillsboro.
During the month of January the
Ohio State Journal makes the great
bargain offer of that excellent paper
for one year for only $2.00. The edi
torial page of the Ohio State Journal
is the best of any paper published in
Ohio and from a news standpoint it Is
unexcelled.
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