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.THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1914
Better Watch Out
Always remember this:
of Jntorest the Investment
risk of losing it all.
When the olly-tongued salesman comes around
offering you some get-rioh-quiok scheme that offers
immense profits, close up liko a clam. There's
nothing to it for you. , The really big things don't
have to be peddled around. It' s-always the "blue
sky" propositions that require the service of the
confidence man to unload. We are in a position
to advise you regarding Investments and will give
you the benefit of our experience.
The ilsboro Bank and Savings Co.
Feb. 0, 1014.
Mrs. U. B Harris was called to Wil
mington la9t Wednesday on account of
the death of her nephew, Norman
!E. C. Vance, of Highland, spent
Sunday here with his parents.
T. A. Malcom and wife, of Westboro,
visited relatives here last week.
Mrs. S B. Rhoads is still confined to
the house with nervous trouble.
Minnie Vance and Cary Emery spent
Sunday with A. M. Roush and wife,
at New Market.
C. D. Vance and wife attended the
funeral of Mrs. Nathaniel Roush last
Wednesday at Mt. Zion.
Miss Ada Huff, of Hlllsborc, is visit
ing her brjther and sister near here.
Miss Blanche Rhoads, of Norwood,
is visiting Mrs. J. O. Harris.
Clarence Rhoads and wife, of Shack
el ton, visited the former's parents
here, Sunday and Moqday.
, . .
For Every Living' Thing- On The
Free ; a 500 page book on the treat
ment and care of "Every Living Thing
on the Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs
sheep, hogs and poultry, by (Hum
phreys' Vetinary Specifics ; also a sta
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
op. Free by mail on application. Ad
dress Humphreys Homeo Med. Co.
Corner Williams & Ann Sts. , N. Y. adv
The greatest dry dock in the world
has just been completed in Liverpool.
It is nearly 1050 feet long and 155 feet
wide, with an entrance 120 feet across.
"1 don't see what claim you have for
this accident insurance," said the
agent. "You were thrown out of a
wagon, I admit, but, onyourown state
ment, you were not hurt."
"Well, wasn't it by the merest acci
dent I escaped Injury ?" suggested the
The value of the mine output of
precious and semi precious metals in
Idaho in 1012 was $21,460,521, against
$19,100,804 in 1011.
If you are not familiar with LIPPIN
COTT'S you are doing both yourself and
the editor an Injustice.
"The Standard Fiction Maga.
zine of America"
Now in it's 46th Year
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(The flrst magazine to originate the Idea
of publishing a complete novel In
A Year's Subscription Brings You
12 Great Complete Novels
75 Short Stories
60 Timely Articles
50 Striking Poems
200 Pages of Humor
LIPPINCOTT'S is enjoying a big
revival of popularity. Thousands
of new readers have been added to
its subscription list during the past
few months, and its circulation is
How to Reduce the Cost
of Good Reading
Send To-day For
"Little Book of Big
New Edition Just Published for the
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J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY
Washington Square Philadelphia
offers, the greater
Feb. 0, 1014.
Henry Euverard was a business vis
itor in Hillsboro recently.
Clara Landess entertained her friend
Daisy Martin, Thursday night.
Mrs. Josle Ludwick has returned
home, after an extended visit with
friends and relatives at Middletown.
Clarence Rhoades and wife, of near
Hillsboro, were the guests of A. Q.
Landess and family recently.
Several from here attended stock
sale at nillsboro, Saturday.
Olney Pence and wife and Wm. Mc
Laughlin andwife spent Thursday
with Estel Fawley and wife.
Catherine Morgan spent Sunday
with Malinda King and family.
John King was in Cincinnati Friday
night and Saturday.
W. E. Fawley and wife called on
Curt Vance and wife Sunday.
Frank Wilkin and sister, Nannie,
and Roy Euverard and family visited
John Hess and family Sunday.
Riley Morgan spent from Sunday
until Wednesday with Catherine Mor
Floyd Roush and family and Ezra
Carpenter and family ate dinner with
Dexter Carpenter and family Sunday.
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. All Druggists, 25c.
Sample FREE. Address, A. S. Olm
sted, LeRoy, N. Y. adv
Feb. 0, 1014.
John Capllnger and wife, W. H.
Hughes and wife and Alfred Miranda
and family spent Sunday at the home
of J. C. Larrick.
H. M. Igo and family spent Sunday
with Amos Igo and family.
John Prine and family spent Thurs
day with Mrs. Sarah Hatcher.
Bryan Stanforth, of Jessup, is visit
ing his uncle, J. C. Larrick.
Mrs. Huff and daughter, Edith,
were guests of Mrs. Curtis Rotroff,
Mrs. Sarah Eyler and Mrs. Sarah
Hatcher spent one day last week with
Mrs. John Henderson.
Mrs. John Hetherlngton Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Ira Young, at Lees
burg. Abe Wllklns, wife and daughter,
Olle, spent Thursday with W. H.
Hughes and family.
Mrs. J. B. McCoy called on Mrs. H.
M. Igo Thursday afternoon.
No Backache or Kidney
If you have pains In the back, urin
ary, bladder or kidney trouble, dizzi
ness and lack of energy, try Mother
Gray's axiomatic-leaf, the pleasant
herb remedy. As a tonic laxative it
has no equal. At Druggists, or by
mall, 50o. Ask today. Sample FREE.
Address The Mother Gray Co., LeRoy,
N. Y. adv
Feb. 0, 1014.
There will be Sunday School at
o'clock Sunday afternoon, Feb. 15, and
preaching at 3 o'clock by Rev. Kelly,
our now pastor.
Bernice McCoppln is very 111 with
Ruth Henry called on Maud Simp
son and Jennie Washburn Wednesday
T. E. McCoppln lost a valuable horse.
It was injured by being kicked by a
Floyd Stethem and wife will move
to the property of Pepple and Phibbs.
Miss Grace McCoppln came home
this week from Osborn.
Born to Lote Foreshay and wife, re
cently a daughter.
Mfss Maud Simpson visited relatives
at Fruitdalo from Friday until Monday.
Feb. 0, 1014.
Rev. Ifoust will fill ids regular ap
pointment at the Christian church
next Sunday, Feb. 15.
Henry and Edwin Temple spent
Saturday afternoon with D. O. Askren
Harold and Louie Long and Joseph
Temple attended school at Five Oaks
Wm Temple and wife spent Friday
with D. C. Askren and wife.
Lew Igo spent Thursday with Ellis
Mrs. R. R. Vaughan and children
have been visiting her parents near
Amy Igo called on Lillian Askren
Several from here attended the de
bate at Miller's Chapel Friday night.
The Literary Society will hold its
next meeting at Walker's school house
on Friday night, Feb. 13.
The large frame house on the farm
of Al Pettlthory, better known as the
Dr. Noble farm, burned down Satur
day. It was occupied by Homer Over
stake, who lost nearly all his house
hold goods. The lire was caused by a
defective flue in the kitchen.
Special services will be held in the
M. E. church Thursday evening, also
Sunday and Sunday nlght,-commemo-rating
Lincoln's birthday. Everybody
invited to oome.
Henry Henderson and Miss Ethel
Shriver went to Leesburg Saturday,
to visit friends.
J. T. JBeveridge and wife, of Seaman,
called on H. H. Redkey last week.
Frank Baker has been sick for the
last few days.
Delbert Bradley has moved onto the
Sparks farm near Bethel church.
You will find that Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has recognized advan
tages over most medicines in use for
coughs and colds. Itdoes not suppress
a cold but loosens and relieves it. It
aids expectoration and opens the secre
tions, which enables the system to
throw off a cold. It counteracts any
tendency of a cold to result in pneumo
nia. It contains no opium or other
narcotic, and may be give l to a child
as confidently as to an adult. For sale
by All Dealers. adv
Feb. 0. 1014.
Miss lone Wilson, who is visiting
the wholesale millinery houses in Cin
cinnati, spent Sunday with her par
ents, Harry Wilson and wife.
Supt. C. H. Lewis was a business
visitor in Hillsboro Saturday.
Mrs. Lizzie Gilford and son, Clark,
visited the former's mother, Mrs. Nan
cy Thurman, Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Nannie Sanders was shopping
In Hillsboro last Thursday.
IProf. Lte Smith and family,- of
Greenfield, were guests of his brother,
W. H. Smith, Saturday.
Emmet Morris transacted business
In Cincinnati last Saturday.
Misses Martha Syferd and Arethusa
Huggins were visitors in Hillsboro
Mark Beard, of Columbus, was the
guest of his family over Sunday.
Mrs. Margo Rogers, of Greenfield,
was the guest of his mother, Mrs. L.
Pausch, last Thursday.
Fletcher Van Felt has exchanged
his property on Fast Main street for
the residence property of A.G. Barber
on South street.
John Shackelford has purchased a
half interest in W. A. Patton's gro
cery, where he may now be found
ready to receive and welcome cus
tomers. Each evening the M; E. church Is
filled with an Interested and enthusi
astic audience. Last Friday evening
was High School night. The students
came in a body and before the services
came to a close quite a number wentl
to the altar and were converted. Up
to this time there have been about 30
conversions. Sunday night Rev. j
Smith's subject was "The Brldgeless I
Gulf or Is There a Hell ?" Thursday
evening the different fraternal orders .
are invited to attend In a body.
Misses Florence Hadley and Sarah .
and Madge Purdy were shopping In
. Cincinnati last Saturday,
George Myers and Miss Nellie Mills
were quietly married last Thursday
evening at the home of and by Rev.
Frank Mllner. Their many friends
extend to them heartiest congratula
tions. Rev. Frank Mllner and wife were
visitors in Columbus Thursday and
, The marriage of Howard Walker
and Mrs. Adelyne Dewey has been
John Pfarn will clean and press and
mend that suit until It will look u
good as new. I also do dry cleaning.
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
Given by a
When one has suffered tortures from
a bad back and found relief from the
aches and pains, that person's advice
is of untold value to friends and neigh
bors. The following neighborly advice
comes from a Hillsboro resident.
Mrs. J. M. Canlff, .140 E. Walnut St.,
Hillsboro, Ohio, says : "Two years ago
1 was nearly down and out with kidney
trouble. For days ata time I had such
awful attacks of lumbago that 1 could
hardly get about to do my work. I had
inflammation of the bladder that
caused me so much misery at times
that I could hardly endure It. Words
cannot express what I suffered. The
back and top of my head ached almost
constantly. Objects appeared to float
before my eyes and my sight became
dim. My nerves were in very bad way.
I felt tired and gloomy. I had doctored
for some time, but got no relief. I had
heard so much about the good Doan's
Kidney Pills had done for a friend here
in town that I thought I would give
them a trial. I only took a box or two
before the bladder trouble left me.
My back didn't ache any more and I
felt fine all over. Since then I can't
say enough for Doan's Kidney Pills,
for 1 know they have no equal."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, solo agents for.the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. adv
February 9, 1014.
Mrs. George Barmaster, of .Morris
ville, and son, Frank Shinkle, of Day
ton, spent part of last week with rela
Lewis Ludwick, of Midland City,
Charley Ludwick, of Mowrystown,
and Laurence Teboe, of Westboro,
spent Sunday with M. J. Ludwick and
Joe Carpenter, of Lynchburg, and
narley Carpenter and.wife and baby,
of Sharpsvllle, Ellis Wilkin and wife,
of Shackelton, and David Michael and ,
tained at the Carpenter home, Tues
day, the occasion being Miss Ella's
Miss Dena Ludwick spent Sunday
night with Miss Mary Stroup at Dod
sonville. Williard Cailey and wife took din
ner witli Charley Duncan and family
Sunday. Misses Daisy Carpenter and
Ode Ohaney and Curtis Aber, of Dod
sonvllle, and Oliver Ludwick were
also their guests In the afternoon.
How to Prevent Bilious Attacks.
"Coming events cast their shadows
before." This is especially true of!
bilious attacks. Your appetite will
fall, jou will feel dull and languid. If
you are subject to bilious attacks take
three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon
as these symptoms appear and the at
tack may be warded off. B'or sale by
All Dealers. adv
February 0, 1014.
Miss Mary Overman, of Bridges,
spent several days last week with her
sister, Mrs. Arthur Fawley.
Ina Weibley spent several days last
week with Wm. Dudley and family of
Fred Pierson and family, of Mt.
Olive, spent Saturday with Clarence
Leanna and Ruby Crosen spent Sun
day with Amos Hopkln and family.
Miss Janie Burton, of Russell, was
the guest of her uncle, Steward Bur
ton, last week.
Miss Hazel Scott spent Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Mrs. Marshall Wooddell, who died
near Martinsville, was burled at this
Misses Blanch and Fannie Runic are
spending several days with relatives
Marshall Wooddell and Mr. Miles,
of Martinsville, took dinner with
Steward Burton and family Sunday.
"The Best Laxative I Know Of."
"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets
for several years. People who have
usea t tie in win iiko notiung eiso. x
can recommend them to my customers
as the best laxative and cure for con
stlpatlon that I know of," writes
Frank Strouse, Frultland, Iowa. For
sale by All Dealers. adv
"Don't put all your eggs in one bas
ket," said the readymade philosopher,
"Great Scott 1" replied the man who
does the family marketing. "How
many eggs no you expect a man to
have ?" Washington Star.
"Your former husband must still
"ne tells me that he owes a great
deal to you."
"He's referring to the back 'ali
mony." Pittsburg Post.
February 9, 1014.
The. Ladles Aid of the M. 12. Church
will hold their regular Easter market
in II. N. Henderson's olllce on the Sat
urday before Easter.
Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Ulackmore, of
Hillsboro, wore with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Archer, over Sunday.
Miss Mollle Dlttey, of Columbus,
spent a few days of last week with her
many friends here.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Townsend and
son. Johnson, were with her parents
at Norwood Sunday
L. L. Faris, of Columbus, was with
his family from Friday until Sunday
The oyster supper given by Mrs. V.
C. Duncanson's Sunday school-class on
Saturday evening was quite a success.
The proceeds were $40,
This class ex-
pectsto put in the east window in the
new addition to the Christian Church.
I Dr. Kleckner and Warren Morrow
transacted business in Cincinnati on
Thursday and Friday.
Chas. Dumeniland wife entertained
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ogden, of Hills
boro, and Wm. Dumenll and family
Class No. 7 of the Christian Church
will hold a general market in Herchel
Henderson's olllce Saturday.
Mrs. Frank Boosveld spent last
week with her daughter, Minnie, at
Mrs. W. L. Stautner entertained
the C. W. C. M. at her home on Main
street Thursday afternoon,
Wm. Noble and family have moved
into the property which they recently
purchased south of town.
Mrs. John Duncanson and Leora
Bird are sick.
Mrs. Frank Hill, of Hillsboro, was
with Mrs. Harry Murphy Friday.
Floyd Sonner, of Columbus, was
with his parents Saturday and Sun
day., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Turner had as
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. nogan, of Blanchester, and James
H. B. Galllett transacted business
in Hillsboro Saturday and Sunday and
was entertalned by Supt. Patterson
Miss Miriam DeLaney attended the
basket ball game at Blanchester Fri
Class No. 3 of the M. E. Sunday
School was entertained by Mesdames
Morrow and Penqulte at the home of
Mrs. Morrow on Friday evening. A
very enjoyable time was had.
There will be a dime social held at
the home of G. T. DeLaney on Thurs
day evening by Class No 3. Every
body Is Invited.
Miss Nel e DeLaney Is spending the
first of the week In Cincinnati.
Mrs. Grlshem, of Martinsville, was
with her son, Robert, and family
Hilda Goddard of O. S. U., was
with her parents from Friday until
H. N. Henderson and family were
guests of Ferd Ratcliff and wife Sun
day. Thomas Berry and Hugh Stockwell,
of East Danville, were guests at the
Troth home Thursday.
W. A. Saylor transacted business in
Mrs. Granville Thompson spent a
part of the week with friends In Wil
liamsburg and Cincinnati.
U. S. Pence and wife were with his
father, W. H. Pence and family, of
Otho Haines was a business visitor
in Cincinnati Monday.
As was announced before the Indus
trial Club was divided into two divis
ions, the Reds and the Blues, for the
purpose of conducting a friendly con
test In securing subscriptions for the
Lynchburg News, a weekly paper to
be established here. The losers were
to give a banquet to the winners. The
Reds being handicapped in their name
of course were the losers. The ban
quet was given at the club rooms on
last Thursday night. Fully 130 were
present and a most enjoyable time
was the result. The wives and sweet
hearts of the Reds prepared and served
a three course supper. Alter- which
an enjoyable two hours were given to
speeches and friendly bante,r. We
have a real live Industrial Business
In proportion to the number of men
employed, there are more fatal acci
dents In the metal mines of the United
States than in the coal mines, accord
ing to government statistics.
3100 Reward, S100
The readers of this paper will bi
pleased to learn that there la at least out
dreaded disease that science has beer
able to cure In all Its stages, and that it
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the onlj
positive, cure now known to tho medlca
fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutions
dlscaso, requires a constitutional trea
ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Ir
tcrnally, acting directly upon the hlooc
and mucous surfaces of the system, there
by destroying the foundation of tho dis
ease, and giving the patient strength by
building up tho constitution and assisting
nature in doing its work. Tho proprietors
ijaVc fo much fi'th In Its curative piw
srs th-it they offer O-io Hundred Dollar
vr my c-xo that If f".Ils to cure. B nc
'-' V-t cf testimonials.
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February 9, 1914.
Marlie Jones spent Sunday after
noon with Sam Engle and wife.
Homer Grove and family moved to a
farm near Wilmington and Ova Creed
and wife will occupy the house vaci
ted by Grove.
Lida Chaney and two children, Nor
man and Reba, spent Wednesday af
ternoon with Mrs.T. B- Smith.
Joe Bailey and wife, Lorena John
son and Walter Carey spent Tuesday
with Sam Engle and wife.
Kirby Chaney, Roy Beck and T. J.
Deck have eacli Installed a telephone,
Clara Purdy called on Mrs. Kirby
Chaney Friday afternoon.
Leona Chaney spent from Friday
until Monday with her grandmother,
Sarah E. Chaney.
Sam Vanpelt spent Friday with
Chas. Dlven and family.
Miss Ina Weibley spent a few days
with her friend, Marjory Dudley.
Mrs. Christopher Lewis is on the
H. O. Sanders and family and E. H.
Edwards and wife attended Grange
meeting at Blanchester Saturday.
Helen Carey spent Saturday with
her sister, Bernice Dunlap
Roy Beck and family were shopping
in Hillsboro Saturday.
T. B. Smith and family, W. D.
Carey and Fred Qaroy spent Saturday
evening with Kirby Chaney and fam
ily. Ova Creed and wife spent Saturday
night and Sunday at Marshall.
Kiroy Chaney and family spent
Sunday with S. E. Michael and family.
Mrs. Isaac Dunlap and two children
spent Sunday with her parents, C. N.
Carey and wife.
Miss Ina Weibley spent Sunday
evening with Elsie Michael.
Colds and Croups in Children.
Many people rely upon Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy impliclty in cases
of colds and croup, and it never disap
points them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas,
Logansport, Ind., wrtles: "I have
found Chamberlain's Cougli Remedy
to be the best medicine ft-r colds and
croup 1 have ever used, and never tire
of recommending it to my neighbor
and friends. I have always given it to
my children when suffering from
croups, and it lias never failed to give
them prompt relief." For sale by All
Germany Is exporting to New Zea
land "American" lamp chimneys that;
are made in Germany, Thoy are sold
as of American make.