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THE NEWS-fcERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO.THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1914.
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8aroi-ougD Inanranoo. adv
Mrs. Colleran is visltlng.relattves at
Seymour, Ind
Rod Bird Brand Rolled Oats and
Corn Flakes are the best at Selph &
Teners. adv
Miss Garrison was the guest of her
parents at Lancaster from Friday
until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. II. McClure and
sod, Doyle, are at West Baden, Ind.,
for a two weeks 'stay.
Pearl Ilannaford, of Memphis,
Tann.. Is vlsltlntr his father, Thomas
Ilannaford.
Blair M. Boyd, who is attending
Ohio State University, Columbus, was
hereon business Monday.
Mrs. A. A. Kennedy,
illness was mentioned
considerably better.
whose serious
last week, is
Everybody knows how good old time
Orlean molasses are In bulk. You
can get them at Selph & Teners. adv.
non. and Mrs. L. L. Farls, of Lynch
burg, were entertained by .Mr. and
Mrs. D. B. Scott Sunday.
Mrs. Frank Pfister, or Lynchburg,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berryman.
Mr. and Mrs. John O. Lemon, of
Shackelton, were entertained by Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Slddons, Sunday.
Mrs. Nellie Webster, of Lynchburg,
Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Samue
GrlUlo.
TRY THIS
Soak the clothes over night in
cold water. Next morning put
a small quantity of
Soap Chips
in tho water and put on to boil.
Boll hard for 20 minutes, then
rlnso and dry, You don't havo to
rub them. SOAP CHIPS do tho
rubbing for you. TRY THEM.
CONARD'S GROCERY
Tho place where you get tho BEST.
Mrs. L. S. Wright
tlves in Greenfield.
is visiting rela-
Best Toilet Soaps and Talcum Pow
ders at The Economy Store. adv
Dan'.el Morgan was
Friday on business.
in Cincinnati
Harley Pulse, of Lynchburg, was a
business visitor hero Monday.
Dr. J. 0.
Cincinnati.
Larkin spent Sunday in
Mrs Jennis Ilurst, of Williamsburg,
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Grant Medsker, the past week.
Red seal dry bittorles, 25c each, all
tested before sending out at The Econ
omy Store. . adv
Tho regular monthly meeting of the
D. A. R. was held Wednesday after
noon with Mrs. P. B. Zlnk.
Try "Monlto" hosiery if you want
the best for wear, style, color and fit.
ForsaleatThe Economy Store, adv
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. W. Spargur went
to Ashevillo, N. 0., Tuesday, where
they will spend the winter.
Misses Nelle Mercer and Mildred
West, of Belfast, spent Sunday with
Miss Jessie Mullenlx.
Judge J. Frank Wilson was in Logan
on business, Monday and Tuesday.
Mrs. C. M. Vance and son, of Buford,
were the guests of the former's brother,
W. W Ruble, over Sunday.
Miss Lettie Kibler, of Willettsvllle,
wa3 the guest of her brother, Charles,
last week.
All K. of P's. are requested to meet
at their hall Friday evening at 7
o'clock to attend Tabernacle services
in a body.
Manker Barr, of Newton, la., and
Johnson Barr, of Dodsonvllle, called
on their cousin, Mrs. A. M. Stevens,
recently.
Miss Mabel Lemon has accepted a
position as stenographer and "book
keeper at the Farmers & Traders Na
tional Bank.
The latest for pan cakes, biscuits
and muffllnsls Ballard's Whole Wheat
Self Rising Graham Flour. Sold by
Selph & Tener. adv
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The High School basket ball team
will play Blanchester High at Blan--Chester
Friday night. A large crowd
of rooters will go with the team.
Mrs. George M. Ballentine and Mrs.
A. E. Pavey and children are visiting
the former's daughter, Mrs. Roy Gus
tin, at Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Moorhead, of
Lynchburg, were the guests of the
former's brother, A. D. Moorhead,
Sunday.
Fred Satterfleld and A. M. Setty at
tended the state meeting of the Pres
byterian Men's Brotherhood at Col
umbus Monday and Tuesday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Edenfleld spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Eden
field. m
February Clearance Sale of furniture
and rugs at Kincald & Son's Store now
going on. Great opportunity for Bar
gains. adv
"Bread is the staff of Life." There
fore have It good by using Ballard's
Whole Wheat Self Raising Graham
Flour. Sold by Selph & Tener- adv
A. E. Hough returned Sunday from
a short visit with his nelce, Mrs. Ben
jamin Gage, at Cleveland.
Judge O. H. Hughes,
spent Sunday with his
shall.
of Columbus,
wife at Mar-
Perry McCoppln returned Tuesday
from a visit with his sister, Miss Lena,
at Mansfield, La.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Barker, of Price-
were entertained by Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Sigel Mullenlx went to
Newark Monday to vlBit relatives.
They will return home h rlday.
Tho Big Sale Still Continues nt
Colin's Millinery Store. Open of
EvcningH. adv
Latnp chimneys, lantern globes,
burners and wicks at Tho Economy
Store. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Hudson re
turned to their home at Macon, Mon
day, after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. b.
P. Boulware.
February Clearance Sale of furniture
and rugs at Klncaid & Son's Store
now going on. Great opportunity for
bargains. adv
The Xenla Herald last week
launched a boom for Ex-congressman
M. R. Denver, of Wilmington, for U.
S. senator.
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INVENTORY
SALE
SAVE MONEY
This is your chance to select from
many of the best sellers of the season,
a Suit or Overcoat.
I have finished my invoice
found only one and two
reduced the Prices Iso low that I
save you Big Money on every Purchase
"and when I
of a kind, T
can
Don't fall to see the demonstration
of the Battle Axe Sulky Plow at
Hlllsboro Hardware Co., Saturday,
Feb. 7. adv
town,
Mrs. Philip
Leinlnger, Sunday.
Ervln Evans, who is attending Ohio
State University, is at home for a
week's vacation.
Dr. and Mrs. Roy S. Rogers enter
talned a few of their friends with 500
Saturday night.
Rev. and Mrs. Frank Foust, of Price
town, spent Monday with the latter's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gossett.
Miss Lois Bean returned Friday
from a visit with relatives at Colum
bus and Washington, C. H.
Mrs. Sarah A. Doggett, of Cincin
nati, is visiting her -daughter, Mrs.
J. B. Worley.
Will Wedding, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his mother, Mrs. J. H.
Wedding.
The Woman's Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church will meet
with Mrs. W. W. Glenn this afternoon.
The Farmers & Traders National
Bank and Merchants National Bank
have made application for member
ship in the regional bank system of
new currency law.
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Save tluio, money clothes.
Buy Chipped Soup. Boil the
-clothes with It and watch thedirt
disappear.
adv Conard's Grocery.
Mrs. S. N. Patton and daughter,
Miss Margaret, will go to 'Columbus
this morning for a visit with Mrs.
Patton's son, Richard. They will re
turn home Sunday.
Oren Stevens and wife called on the
former's father, A. M. Stevens, and
family, Thursday and left the same
day for Bridgport, Conn., the winter
quarters of the Barnum & Bailey
Shows, with which company Mr.
Stevens is connected.
Mrs. Leslie Hoyt, of Mt. Gilead, has
been the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W.
Hoyt, since Saturday. She will return
home today.
Mr. and Mrs. Eustlc and daughter,
Miss Floronce, of Cincinnati, were
called hero Sunday by the serious ill
ness of Capt. M. F. Carroll.
February Clearance Sale of furniture
and rugs at Klncaid & Son's Store
now going on. Great opportunity for
bargains. adv
An oyster supper will be held at
Overman School House Friday even
ing, Feb. 13. Proceeds for the benefit
of the school. Everybody invited to
attend.
I CALL AND SAVE MONEY
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J R Stultz and Ed McKeehan were
auDolnted members of the soldiers
burial commission for Brushcreek
township by the county commissioners,
Monday. '
Dr. H. M. Brown and O N. Sams
are in Columbus attending the Farm
ers Week Convention. Dr. Brown will
make two addresses, one on "Horses''
and one on "Sheep."
Save time, money clothes.
Buy Chipped Soap. Boil tho
clothes with it and watchthe dirt
dlsuppear.
adv Conard's Grocery.
The ofllces-of the Ohio Farmers In
surance Co. In Hlllsboro will be moved
by the middle of this month to rooms
over the Hlllsboro Bank & Savings
Co. adv.
Kibkpateiok & McNeil, Agents.
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The Monday Bridge Club is indebted
to Mrs. narley Wilkin for a most de
lightful session this week. Miss Lois
Bean, Mrs. Wilkin's sister, of Hllls
boro, was an out-of-town guest. Fay
ette Advertiser, Washington, C. H.
Miss Anna Evans very pleasantly
entertained the following guests with
a four course dinner Sunday evening :
Misses Clara Barr, of Greenfield, Mary
Duncan, of Flndlay, and Ortrud
Kroehle, of Deleware, and Kenneth
Kyle, of Washington C. H., Mr. Mc
Cabe and Mr. Campbell, of Deleware,
and Robert Seybert, of Cincinnati.
Hugh Conwell, of Washington, C. H.,
Joined his wife here Tuesday, who has
been visiting her parents, Mr. and Sirs.
George'Kesler. They returned home
Wednesday.
Mrs. Frank Durnell and son, Donald,
and Sheldon Shepherd, of Columbus,
arrived here Wednesday for a visit
with Mrs. Durnell's mother, Mrs. D.
F. Scott.
Miss Virginia Suydam, of Cincin
nati, was the guest of her grandpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. W. Spargur,
Saturday and Sunday.
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Miss Susan Gore entertained a com
pany of her young friends with a card
party Saturday evening. Five hundred
was played. Delicious refreshments
were served.
No Substitutes
RETURN to the grocer all sub
stitutes sent you for Royal Bak
b ing Powder There is no sub
stitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure,
cream of tartar baking powder, and
healthful. Powders offered as sub
stitutes are made from alum.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Shepherd, of
New York City, have been the guests
of Capt. and Mrs. A. A. Kennedy, since
Friday. They were called here by the
serious illness of Mr. Shepherd's sister,
Mrs. A. A. Kennedy.
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The engagement of Miss Bess Kerr
and W. J. Galvln, of Washington, O.
H., has been announced. Miss Kerr
has many friends here, where she has
visited. Mr. Galvln Is the editor of
the Fayette Advertiser.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Patton, Mr.
and Mrs. Duncan and Stanley and Earl
Dwyer, of Greenfield, Wade Hugglns
and family, ol Leesburg, Mrs. Dresch,
of Lynchburg, and David Reece, of
Cincinnati, were here to attend the
funeral of Mrs. Victoria Patton on
Saturday.
Mary Baker, colored, aged 35 years,
died Friday morning after a long ill
ness with tuberculosis. The funeral
was hold Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock
at the African Baptist Church ; in
terment In Hlllsboro cemetery. She
Is survived by her husband and two
children.
TheColubian AmusementCo., comes
to Hlllsboro tor three nights, com
menclng Monday, Feb. 0, with such
plays as "Thorns and Orange Bios-'
soras"a "Only a Country Boy", "A
Yankee In Ireland." High class vaude
ville between acts. Prices 15c and
25c. adv
A civil service examination for the
appointment of a county school exam
iner of Brown county was held at
Georgetown Saturday, Jan. 24. Nino
of the prominent teachers of Brown
county took the examination. This
was the first examination of the kind
ever held in Ohio. Probate Judge i.y,
J Parker, while having the right to""18
make a personal choice for this posi
'tion insisted upon tho examination.
DUNN'S CHAPEL.
February 2, 1914.
Mrs. Victoria Patton died at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. Spahr
Glaze, last Thursday. Funeral ser
vices were held at the home of her
daughter, conducted by Rev. J. R.
Col ley ; interment at Hlllsboro ceme
tery.
Rev. Dresch commenced protracted
meeting at this place Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Vanzanc and
daughter spent Sunday afternoon with
Moses Morrow and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kier and
children attended meeting at Hllls
boro Sunday and took dinner with
Sam Bayham and wife.
Miss Susie Calloway and Will Fen
ner spent Sunday with Frank Sharp
and wife, of New Vienna.
Mrs. Lewis Frost was the guest of
her mother, Mrs. James Newell, on
Wednesday.
Mrs. William Welbley and daugh
ter, Ina, spent Sunday with her son,
Jesse, of near Russell.
Lea Morrow, of near Petersburg,
spent from Saturday until Monday
vtith Amos Hopkln and family.
Charley Frost and wife and daugh
ter, Thelma, ana Lew Frost and fam
ily visited Mrs. John Newell, at Hills
boro, Sunday and attended church at
the tabernacle.
Frank Crosen and family spent
Tuesday with Amos Hopkln and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. William Dresch were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Hatcher Sunday night.
Charles Johnson and family spent
Sunday with Wm. Welbley and fam
ily
Miss Mozelle Hopkln spent several
days the latter part of last week with
friends near Ralnsboro.
Alex Fox and family and Lucille
Vance spent Sunday with Frank Wil
son and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bezy and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Bezy spent Wednes
day evening with John McCreight
and wife.
Mrs. Ben Vance spent Monday in
the city.
Miss Emma Wiley and Vivian and
Ralph Frost spent Sunday with Ar
thur Kler and family.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Crosen spent
Wednesday with S. A. Edingfleld and
wife, of Hlllsboro.
J. Ed. Shannon and wife called on
Amos Hopkln and family Thursday
afternoon.
Walter Scott and family and Char
ley Edingfleld and family spent Sun
day with Sam Edingfleld and wife, of
SPEGIAL FOR MONTH OF FEBRUARY
Men's Suits Dry Cleaned and Pressed 75c
SkirtsDry Cleaned and Pressed - 50c
HAVE IT DONE NOW
Smith Dry Cleaning and Pressing Works
HILLSBORO, OHIO
James 11. Reece has accepted a posi
tion with the Farmers & Traders
National Bank and began work on
Wednesday. Mr. Reece is thoroughly
qualified for his new position, by train
ing, experience and ability. Until re
cently he was a traveling inspector in
the U. S. Internal Revenue Service
and prior to that time had been de
puty auditor of Highland county for a
number of years. Mr. Reece is well
known and very popular throughout
Highland county and his many friends
will be pleased to learn of his appoint
ment.
Hungary has completely motorized
Its postal service.
Nonce
John Pfarr- will clean and press and
xend that suit until it will look as
ood as new. 1 also du dry cleaning.
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
Shop. adv
Beek-
Marriage Licenses.
JamsJ. Miller and Lula A.
man, both of Carmel.
Mortimer Wilson and Wlnnlfred
Williams, both of Hlllsboro.
There are 09,000 patents applied for
in America last year. Only 35,000
patents were granted.
Large granite dish pans, 25c, at The
Economy Store. adv
THE ORPHEUM w
SATURDAY, FEB. 7-Matinee and Night.
"IN THE MIDST OF THE JUNGLE"
Thrilling Three Reel Animal Picture. Wonderful Por
trayal of Wild Beasts in the heart of Africa. Fierce En
counters With Ferocious Animals,
Kathlyn Williams in her favorite role.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10.
"For the Love of a Toreador"
Thrilling Spanish Bull Fight. Admission only 5 cents.
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12.
Little Mary Pickford in
"IN THE BISHOP'S CARRIAGE"
Miriam Michelson's Story, by the Famous Players
Company. A Fascinating Drama of the Underworld. Seats
on sale Tuesday, February 10. Order them early or you
will get left.
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