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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914
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Mrs. Lydla Farlow. of Carmel, Ind.,
is the truest of George Stanley.
A daughter was born Monday to Mr.
add Mrs. Charles Njo.
Mr3. Catherine Stockwoll Is visiting
her daughter In Norwood.
Blair M. Boyd will leave the latter
part of this week on a business trip to
Texas.
""Lyman Beecher was in Cleveland
from Saturday until Monday on busi
ness.
Mrs. P. L. Lemon Is visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J D. VanWinkle at New
Market.
Ellis Richards is seriously ill at the
home of his son, Charies, on Key
street,
Miss Isabella Huggins went to Co
lumbiana, Saturday, to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Pay McMullen. x
S. W. Hlestand, of Columbus, was
the guest of his sister, Mrs. Margaret
Reed, Tuesday and Wednesday.
Mrs. Emma Meek, of New Castle,
Ind., is the guest of her daughter,
Mrs. Ova Hopkins. -
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Mrs. W II. Hopkins returned to her
home at Barber ton Monday, after a
visit with her sons, Ova and John.
Have your sale bills printed at the
Nkws-Hebald. 50 bills in two colors
and matter run in paper,for 3.00.
Mrs. M. P. Carroll returned Thurs
day from a visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Hoyt Grlfllth, at Pittsburg, Pa.
Mrs. Samuel Grillln was cal ed to
Lynchburg Monday by the serious ill,
ness of her grandmother, Mrs. Hall.
MrsMary E. Bright, of Baltimore,
was the guest of her uncle, Lacy
lCIng, Tuesday and Wednesday.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Teter, Henry
Ervin and Dr. A. H. Beam attended
the Automobile Show in Cincinnati
last week.
Miss Mellle Clyburn, of Cynthlana,
is the guest of Miss Anna Fisher at
the home of her sister, Mrs. Minnie
E. Carper, near Dallas.
Floyd Frlttz, of Carlisle, returned
home Wednesday afternoon, after a
short visit wltfl Mr. and Mrs. A. T,
Thomas.
Constipation causes headache, lndl
gestion, dizziness, drowsiness. For a
mild, opening medicine, use Doan's
JRegulew. 25c a box at all sjtores. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carey were
the guests of the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Donohoo, at Price
town, over Sunday.
Ralph Sprinkle was called to' Wll
mlngton Monday by the illness of his
father, David Sprinkle, who is visit
ing his son, Richard, there.
Mrs. Harry English, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. H. A. Russ,
for several months, returned to her
home at Plttsfleld 111., Tuesday.
Grant Falrley and Charles Swain, of
Wilmington, attended the funeral of
the young son of Mr. and Mrs. Don
Purdy here'on Monday.
When baby suffers with eczema or
some itching skin trouble, use Doan's
Ointment. A little of it goes a long
ways and it is safe for children 50c a
box at all stores. adv
Mrs. Cyrus Shafler, aged 55 years,
died at her home in Danville, Tuesday
morning from tuberculosis. The fun
eral services will be held this morning
at 10 o'clock at Mt. Zlon.
Mrs. Henry Graham Broun and Mrs
Wlnfleld Shlras, of Pittsburg, Pa., who
have been visiting the former's par
ents, Hon. and Mrs. J. J. Pugsley, left
here Friday, Mrs. Brown returning
home and Mrs. Shlras going to Colum
bus to visit her aunt, Mrs. George W.
Gill.
We havo just received from the
NATIONAL BISCUIT GO,
A SUPPLY OP
Delicious Little Cakes
CALLED
TWINKLE CHOCOLATE CAKES
"We can't beghito tell you here how
good thoy taste but if you will como
in you may try for yourself.
CONARD'S GROCERY
The place where you get the BEST.
Judge Cyrus Newby is at London
holding court.
Mrs. J. B Wor,ley was the guest of
her son, Scott, In Cincinnati, from
Saturday until Tuesday.
Mrs. J. G. Bell returned Saturday
from a visit with Dr. and Mrs. R. O.
Matthews, at Toledo.
Mrs. Lulu Barrere returned Monday
from a two weeks visit with her sister,
Mrs. S. W. Hlestand, at Columbus.
Mrs. Cyrus Newby and Miss Amelia
Ilerron left Tuesday for a visit with
the former's daughter, Mrs. Beverly
De Vault, at Johnson City, Tenn.
Mrs. Mary P. McCoppin, Miss Mar
garet Falrley and Miss Lydla K.
Parkes returned Friday from a two
weeks trip to New Orleans, where they
attended the Mirdl Gras.
"Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for
years No appetite and what I did
eat distressed me terribly. Burdock
Blood fitters reaches the cause." J.
II. Walker, Sunbury, Ohio. adv
Miss Madge Farls returned Sunday
from a three weeks visit with Miss
Anna Hopkins, at Barberton, and her
grandfather, Rev. J. B. Paris, at
Canton.
Never can tell when you'll mash a
finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or
scald. Be prepared. Thousands rely
on Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Your
druggist sells it. 25c and 50c. adv
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Blair M. Boyd returned Saturday
from Columbus, where he has been
taking a course in the Agricultural
College of Ohio State University.
Mrs. Boyd went from Columbus to
Battle Creek, Mich., to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Post.
The fire department was called to
the home of Charles Bean on the cor
ner of North and East streets early
Wednesday morning. A small blaze
had started from a defective flue, but
had been put out before' the arrival of
the department. Very little damage
was done.
Word received from Col. Bargar of
the State Armory Board is to the ef
fect that work on the State Armory
for Hillsboro will begin in May. Col.
Bargar states that five armories will
be built this year and that Hillsboro
Is practically certain to secure one of
the buildings. Definite announce-
.ment of the sites selected will be
made shortly after the return of Gov.
jox irom nis trip uirougn tne soutn.
New Lynchburg Paper.
The first issue of the Lynchburg
News was published last week. It is
a clean, newsy paper, a credit to the
town, the community and its editor,
R E Stroup. Lots of news and a
liberal advertising patronage adds to
its appearance typographically. Mr.
Stroup in his salutatory states tiiat
the paper will be independent politi
cally and that its object is to promote
the social and commercial welfare of
Lynchburg and tributary territory.
The Lynchburg Industrial Club is
back of the News and assisting Mr.
Stroup to give the town a good paper.
If the paper can be kept up to the
standard set in the first Issue it de
serves the enthusiastic support of the
citizens of Lynchburg.
ROYAL
BaKin6 Powder
Absolutely Pure
Cakes, hot biscuit, hot breads, and
other pastry, are daily necessities
In the American family. Royal Bak
ing Powder will make them more
digestible, wholesome, appetizing.
fio AiuntNo Llmm Phsmphmtms
MILLER'S CHAPEL.
March 2, 11)14.
At F. Prlne and family, of Lynch
burg, are visiting his parents, John
Prltie and wife.
J. C. Edgeington and wife, Mrs.
John Capllngt-r and Mrs. W. II.
Hughes aieslck.
Miss Lillian Igo spent Saturday with
her cousin, Amy Igo, at Sugartrce
Ridge.
Vernon Igo spont from Wednesday
until Friday with his sister, Mrs.
Clarence Gray, near Morrowfown.
Harley Stanforth, of Prospect, was a
business visitor here Saturday
C II. Vance and $vlfe, Mrs J. V.
Sanders, Ben Igo and Earl Roberts
were guests of J C. Larrlck and fam
ily, Friday night.
Hermus Prlne entertained twelve of
his friends Tuesday night in honor of
Ills thirteenth birthday. They en
jjed themselves In playing games un
til 10 o'clock, when light refreshments
were served They all departed for
their homes wishing him many more
happy birthdays.
Some of the foremest art and dra
matic critics in America claim that
the animated scenes in the actual Inn s
of nature as presented by Lyman II.
Howe whoses Travel Festival comes
to Boll's Opera House on Thursday,
March 12, cannot be surpassed. The
fidelity and beauty of these color?,
they say, make the scenes resplendei t
beyond comparison. But even aside
from this wondrous reproduction of
natural colors, it is dlllicult to exag
gerate the importance of the views in
themselves. The portray life in
foreign lands and under unfamiliar
conditions in a manner that no
amount of written description can
rival. If man's chief study Is man
kind, surely Mr. Howe's Travel Festi
val is the royal roid to acquire such
knowledge because 'it reveals with ex
traordinary faithfulness and truth the
activities and pageantry of life every
where. What enhances Mr. Howe's
exhibition above all others is the fact
that he confines ills reproductions to
the realities of lite not to imaginary
or dramatic productions and conse
quently, since "An ounce of Fact is
Worth a Ton of Fiction," the inherent
worth of this entertainment, from an
educational standpoint aside from
Its merits purely as an entertainment,
is indisputable. adv
Wool that never saw the back of a
sheep is being used largely in Europe
for making men's clothes. It is known
by the name of limestone wool, and Is
made in an electric furnace. Powdered
limestone, mixed with a certain chem
ical, is thrown Into the furnace, and
after passing under a furious blast of
air is tossed out as fluffy white wool.
Ants have been found in Dalmatia
that actually make bread by chewing
seeds into pulp, forming it in loaves,
baking them in the sun and then stor
ing them away for future use.
"Wasn't Jack asuitor for Miss Rich
lelgh'shand?" 'Yes, but he didn't."
"Didn't what?"
"Suit her." Boston Transcript.
BILLS ALLOWED
The famous Death Valley in Califor
nia furnishes the lowest) point on the
continent of North America, being 276
feet below the level of the sea.
"There was a sensational case of kid
napping in our neighborhood today."
"You don't say so I What was it?"
"All the bables-in the block were
ssleep at the same time " Baltimore
American.
Judge What is your age, madam ?
Witness Twenty seven and some
months.
Judge I want yon r exact age, please.
How many months?
Witness One hundred and twenty.
Boston Transcript.
Washerwomen In Alabama are com
pelled to register their names with
the city health department.
"I never worry about 'things that I
know I can't have."
"But I heard you complaining a
moment ago about Rockefeller's exces
sive income."Chicago Record-Herald.
To Whom Paid and For What
Purpose the Money of the
County is Expended.
D. M. Evans, burial of R. E. Neal,
$75.
Bobbitt & Ruble, burial of Francis
Malone, $75
J. M Murray & Co , burial of Ann
Daugherty, $75
D. M Evans, burial of John W.
Arthur, $75.
E. T Thompson, burial of Mary J.
mil, $75.
City Work House, maintenance of
prisoners, $41.00.
W. H Anderson, member of burial
commission, $4.
J. G. Boyles and F. M. Malone,
member burial commission, $4.
Ohio Law Reporter Co., sup. O. P.
and Pro. Judge $4.50.
W. H. Anderson Co., sup clerk, $1 50
W. II. Anderson Co., sup. Common
Pleas Judge, $150.
W. A. Teter, stamped envelopes
$35 10.
W H. Stanage & Co , file case for
District Assessor, $207.75.
B. O. Pratt, expense surveyor, $1 55
N. It. Barrett, livery surveyor,
$2 50
B. O. Pratt, services surveyor, $105
J. G. Bayless, member bur. com., $2.
Mrs. E. J. Patterson, conveying
child to Institute-$3 20.
Jno. Cunningham, janitor, $40.
A. E. Eaton, sol. relief com , $15.
E. M. Insley, clerk sol. relief com ,
$20.
J. H Wickersham, sol. relief com
and expenses, $17.20.
Rqbt. McMullen, typewriter Dls
trlct Assessor, $80
Jno. Cunningham, expense, $2.40
J. Strain & Co., livery treasurer, $2
W. B. Kent, pub road notice, $20 17
W. H. Anderson, sup. C. P. Judge,$0
Jas. Ramsden, plumbing, $3 95 ,
Jas. and Chas. Sherry, refunder tax,
$12 40.
Jas. A. Wilklns, mayor's fees State
vs. J. Hide, $0 25.
T. J. McCormlck, marshal, fees,
State vs. J. Hide, $6.
Grace Johnson, et al, wit. fees State
vs. Hide, 35 50
Jas A. Wilklns, mayor's fees State
vs. Karch et al, $4.80,
T. J. McCormlck, marshal, fees
State vs. Karch et al, $7.45.
I. Williams, wit. fees, State vs
Karch et al, $1 50.
D. Satterlleld, sheriff's allowance,
$140.85
D. Satterfield, fees, $307.40.
Jas. A. Wilklns, mayor's-fees State
vs. Morton, $5.05.
W. H. Walker, marshal, fees State
vs. Morton, $9.10.
J. Eyler et al, wit. fees, State vs.
Morton, $12 95.
Jas. A. Wilklns, mayor's fees State
vs. Hudson, $12 15.
T. J. McCormlck, marshal fees,
State vs. Hudson, $8.45.
H. T. Magill et al, wit. fees, State
vs. Hudson, $6,
Jas. A. Wilklns, mayor's fees, State
vs. Bryant, $2.50.
W. H. Walker, marshal fees, State
vs Bryant, $1.45.
W. II. Walker, conveying prisoners
to workhouse, $31.62.
W. B Jacks, repair wash outs, $2.
Roy Reno, repair, $4.25.
Wm Reed, repair, $33 50.
Mrs. R. Arthur, treasurer Children
Home for January, $297 60.
Mrs. R. Arthur, treasurer Children
Home for February, $268 80.
When a fishing vessel went ashore
recently on the north coast of England
a number of men swam out on horse
back and succeeded in boarding it
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Your Money Back
IF YOU DO NOT LAUGH AT
CHANEY'S ORPHEUM
WHEN YOU SEE
"WILD ANIMALS AT LARGE.91
The funniest two reel Comedy ever in town.
Hundreds have asked us to bring it back again.
IT WILL BE HERE SATURDAY, MAR. 7
"UNCLE TOM'S CABIN"
IN TWO PARTS
A play that has pleased millions. A play that ev
ery one should see. Correct in costume, truthful' in
every detail. Beautiful Scenery, Delightful Character
izations. A corking good program for Stock Sale Day Four
Reels.
COMING SATURDAY, MARCH 14
THE FIRST NUMBER OF THE
"AD VEN TV RES OF KA ThL YN "
IN THREE PARTS
First number of the Greatest Series of Wild Animal
Pictures ever shown in this city.
Four Reels every day, commencing Monday, March 9.
Special Feature every day beginning next week. Matinees
every Thursday and Saturday.
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All Meat Guaranteed
To Be Sweet
We have installed a " York Ice Machine," the latest
device for keeping meat cool and having the same tem
perature regardless of'the changes of the seasons. The
freezing process is a dry one, absolutely free from mois
ture. The evaporation of ice is bound to cause some mois
ture which tends to alter the sweetness of the meat. This
is the' most up-to-date plant in Southern Ohio. Call and
give us a trial.
G- W. Nickeson & Son
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BELL'S Opera House March 12
Howe's Travel Pictures.
Forewarned Is forearmed. Ladies
who contemplate a trip to the Grand
Canyon of Arizona and who expect to
undertake the adventurous descent
Into the depths of the Canyon should
wisely witness Lyman II. Howe's re
production of it at Bell's Opera
House on Thursday, March 12. They
tulll nnt nnlv RPH nTa.Rt.lv what the trln
implies but alsa what it involves. For I
one thing, they will note that no wo-1
man attempts to make the trip unless
she first dons a divided skirt. In fact, '
this special skirt is imperative as any-1
one will admit after seeing Howe's re-1
production. The trail at the outlet
seems utterly impossible of descent. '
After traversing the first downward
mile, the grades seem to become more
and more frightful. That so few ac
cidents occur here must be ascribed to
the fact that the much ridiculed
mules really know much better how to
scramble over or cling to the walls of
perpendicular rocks than human be
ings do. They may slip and glide,
stumble and Jolt, deeper and ever
deeper into the chasm, yet they are so
Burefooted and manifest such sound
discretion that tbere really is not so
much cause for fear as the conditions
seem to warrant.
Thrilling rescues of survivors from
an ocean greyhound during a terrible
gale; a conllagatlon of several hundred
thousand barrels of oil; an aeroplane
ride over Paris; the wondrous forms
of marine life; a study lnalmlstry;
yachting scenes off Monte Carlo; and
a motor ride through the French Alps
are some of the other big features to
be presented. adv
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YOUR WANTS TO
elph's Qash grocery
A store whose aim it will be to hold your
patronage by being sure every customer is
satisfied. Give us your orders for Fruits and
Vegetables. Goods delivered FREE to all
parts of the town.
AMERICAN FENGIN
Honolulu and Manilla will be linked
by w ireless though 6000 miles apart.
We handle this kind because we can buy more for our money
than wo can of any other known brand, hence we can give you
better values when selling.
75 per cent of the wire which goes into fencing is made by the
American Steel & Wire Co. It matters little to them who weaves
it into fencing. Thoy get their profit But compare American with
any other and you will find you are getting more pounds for j nur
$ than any other fencing made. That is the real life of the fence
All we ask is weigh other fences with ours. We will abide by
the. result.
12 ftgates $3.75, not American, same aH the other follows,
12 ft. American $5 00.
Three cars of American now on hand to make selection.
J. Q. BELL
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