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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, qHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1914.
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A Place of Safety
No matter whether you have much or little
money, the safe place for tt is in a good, reliable
bank like ours.
If you keep money around the house, ' it has
been aptly said that you are not saving it but
moroly gambling with it every night, with the odds
not in your favor. If the amount is small, oven
then its loss may mean much to you. If it is great,
the greater the risk you run of fire, burglary or
other acoident. Lot us care for it. We are pre
pared to do so.
The Hillsboro Bank and Savings Co.
RAINSBOR6.
March 30, 1914.
Pearl Davis and sister, Locla, of
Leesburg, spent Sunday with their
parents here.
O. N. Sams, of Hillsboro, was the
guest of his mother here last Saturday
night.
Mrs. Lillian Badgley entertained her
Sunday School class Saturday after
noon. J. E. Upp and wife and son, of Green
field, were guests of Mrs. Edith Brown
last Wednesday.
A. G. Cameron spent a couple of days
last week in Cincinnati on business.
Miss Mae Davis, of Cincinnati, spent
last week here with home folks.
The Epworth League is arranging an
interesting program for Easter Sun
day, The service will be held at 7.30
p. m.
The Happy Hustlers were the guests
of Miss Levay Foraker last Saturday
afternoon.
Frank Watts and mother, of Mar
shall, spent Sunday here at the home
of John Watts.
O. R. Foraker, of Cynthiana, was a
business visitor here last Wednesday.
Clarence West is arranging to build
a residence in the near future.
The W. C. T. U. wilttiold their reg
ular meeting at the M. E. church on
the afternoon of April 7. The topic
will be Medical Temperance. Every
body Invited to attend.
The Gleaners will meet at the home
of Miss Lucille Spargur on Wednesday
night.
Eev. J. H. Davis returned home from
Seton Hospital in Cincinnati last Mon
day in a very weak condition and re
ports from the sick room have not
been very encouraging. He is slightly
better now and his many friends are
hoping his life will be spared.
Word has been received that Mrs.
Florence Richards, state president of
the W. C. T. U., will be present at the
county convention which will be held
here on Aug. 27. We make this early
announcement that all white rlbboners
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No more hunting for the tdbacco that exactly
suits you.
Not after you've found STAG rich ripemellow fragrant full
bodied yet exquisitely MILD.
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Convenient Packages: The Handy Half-Size 5 -
10-Cent Tin, the Pound and Half-Pound Tin Humidors and tho
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can make their plans to attend and
hear the address of this famous woman.
An Interesting meeting on the sub
ject of school centralization was held
at the public school building last
Saturday night. Prof. Richardson, of
the Ohio University at Athens, was
present and gave his experience in the
work iundert consideration. A large
crowd was out to hear him and his ad
dress was followed by a lively discus
sion. O N. Sams, of Hillsboro, also
gave a short talk in favor of centralization.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved!
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost ?
Mrs. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes,
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism foryears. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me immedi
ately, and I take pleasure in recom
mending it to others." 25 and 50 cent
bottles. For sale by All Dealers, adv
FALL CREEK.
March 30, 1914.
Mrs. R. L. Watts, of Marshall, Mrs.
Uy Fairley, of Hillsboro, Mrs. J. B.
Cowglll and Mrs. Clarence Cowgill and
two children, of Stringtown, visited
Harry Boatman and family Thursday.
Rev. Wm. Patton, of Williamsburg,
spent Monday and Tuesday with his
brother, John.
Mrs. Thomas Boatman, who was
called to Wilmington on account of
the Illness of her aunt, returned home
Thursday.
Miss Mary Overman returned home
Tuesday, after spending a few days
with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Fawley,
of Willettsvllle.
Cora and Homer Morrow spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Helen
and Hugh Kline, of Stringtown.
Mrs. Elizabeth Wright Is the guest
of Thomas Buntaln and family.
Canada has its rural population
problem also. Within the last lOyears
640,000 persons have left Its farms for
towns and cities.
Pipe and Cigarette
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From a Hillsboro Citizen.
Is your back lame and painful ?
Does It ache especially after exer
tion? Is there a soreness In the kidney
region 1
These symptoms suggest weak kid
nejs. N
If so there is danger In delay.
Weak kldnevs tret fast weaker.
Give' vour'trouble prompt attention.' '
Doan's Kidney Pills are for weak
kidneys.
Your neighbors use and recommend
them.
Read thlsnillsboro testimony.
S. Ravenscroft, N. High St., Hills
boro, Ohio, says : "I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills for several years and have
always found them to be all that is
claimed oftthem. Traveling seems to
have a bad effect on the kidneys, which
at times Is '.very annoying. It only
takes a few doses of Doan's Kidney
Fills to relieve the trouble."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the Onlted
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. adv
POINT VICTORY.
March 30, 1914.
Jacob Saunders and wife and Rev.
Hollingsworth and family were the
guests of T. M. Wilkin, and family,
Wednesday.
Walter Harshbarger and wife spent
Thursday with friends at Fincastler
B. F. Morton and family and Wm.
Sonner and family spent Wednesday
withNat Tannehlll and family.
Mrs. Robert Gaddis, of Hillsboro, and
Mrs. Gladys Sawyer, of Boston, Mass.,
were the guests of James Lelnlnger
and family, Wednesday.
Miss Madge Moomaw spent Sunday
with home folks.
Jacob Saunders and wife spent Sun
day with Wm. Harshbarger and daugh
ter, Vena.
Miss Nondas Lelnlnger spent Satur
day night with Miss Louella Caplinger.
Wm Landess spent Saturday night
and Sunday with friends at Hollow
town. Mrs. Margaret Gibler Is spending a
few day with her sister, Mrs. Roberts.
J a?. Lelnlnger and wife spent Sunday
with Nat Tannehlll and wife.
Wm. Ramsey and wife, of Peebles,
are spending a few days with F. C.
Custer and family.
Nat Tannehlll is still sick.
Stomach Trouble Cured.
Mrs. H. G. Cleveland, Arnold. Pa ,
writes, "For some time I suffered from
stomach trouble. I would have sour
stomach and feel bloated after eating.
Nothing benefited me until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets. After taking
two bottles of them I was cured." For
sale by A 11 Dealers. adv
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Russia has 113 factcries for making
non phosphorous matches.
Cent Tin, the Full-Size
Pound Glass Humidor.
"No Bite,
"No Stiug,
"No Bag,
"No String."
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Quality! Quality! Quality! The
Ford is the quality car the world
over. He who demands a car of
highest merit at lowest cost buys
the sturdy Ford. He knows it's
the one car with a world-wide
record for dependable service.
Five hundred dollars Is the price of the Ford run
about; the louring car Is live tlfty; the town car
seven llfty t. o. b. Detroit, complete with equip
ment Get catalog and particulars from Hillsboro
Auto Co , lilllsboro, Ohio
BERRYVILLE.
March 30, 1914.
Our revival meetings, conducted by
Rev. Truman M. Searff closed last
Tuesday night. A visit to our church
on class day should convince anyone of
the great good that has been accom
plished. There are many new converts
and the membership has been
strengthened. All are invited to at
tend our Sabbath School, class meet
ings and prayer meetings on Wednes
day nights.
Mrs. Wm. Allen Is the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth West.
Mrs. Luclnda West had as her guests
Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Alta Shan
non and Miss Clara Hockinberger.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaney, of near Green
field, spent Sunday with relatives here.
Ed Hunter and family visited C. C.
Eakins and wife, Sunday.
Miss Helen Kelly, of Hillsboro, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. Harry
Shannon.
Mrs. Mary Fox and Mrs. Louise
West called on Mrs. Evaline McCoy
Saturday.
Miss Perry, of Lynchburg, is visit
ing friends in this locality.
Mrs. Louise West spent last Monday
wltn her mother, Mrs. Nelson Laffer
ty, of Hillsboro.
Roy Miller has come home after an
extended stay in the vicinity, of Troy.
Miss Uindrella Richards, of Wooster,
is the guest of her mother, Mrs. W.
W. Richards.
"When old Richleigh died he left a
request that his dust be scattered to
the winds."
"Well, his spendthrift son is attend
ing to that alright "Philadelphia
Ledger.
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HARRISBURG.
March 30, 1914.
Grant McConnaughey Is tiling his
farm.
Joe Vance, of New Market, was a
uusmess caller here Saturday.
Dr. Hollingsworth, wife and grand
son, were the guests of T. M. Wilkins
and family at Point Victory, Wednes
day. IraTice and wife, of Shackelton,
visited the latter's parents here Sat-
uraay.
Our assessor Albert Shelton has
about completed his work.
1 H. L. Sanders and family had as
uieir guests Sundav. M. E. Harris and
daughter, Clara, and H. L. Harris and
family.
L. C. Chaney, wife and daughter
visitea relatives at Folsom Sunday.
Miss Minnie Vance callel on Mrs,
T. R. Vance Sunday evening.
Dr. Hollingsworth is at Marysvillo
mis week.
A Cure for Sour Stomach.
Mrs. Wm. M. Thompson, of Battle
ureek, Mich, writes: "I have been
troubed with indigestion, sourstom
acu uiu uauureaui. Alter taking two
bottles of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid
none better. For sale by All Deal
ers. a(jv
PLEASANT HILL.
March 30, 1914.
Miss Pearl Prine entertained Miss
Elizabeth Cunningham, of Hillsboro,
Thursday night.
Wm. Setty now has a Home' tele
phone In his home.
Mrs. Jas. Harris, of Harrlsburg,
visited her sister, Mrs. Chas. Slmbro,
Wednesday afternoon.
Misses Elizabeth Cunningham and
I'earl Prine, of H H. S.. spent Thurs
day afternoon at Pleasant Hill School.
Sam Kirkpatrick and wife, of Hei-
fast, visited their s n, Carey Kirkpat-
rick, last Wednesday.
Chas. Robblns and wife spent Tues.
day with Qulnn Copelai.d and famllyi
at .Brock's College.
Miss Bessie Myers, of Hillsboro,
-pent Saturday night and Sunday with
her sister, Mrs. Delbert Robbins.
Miss Pearl Prine spent Friday nluht
In Hillsboro, the guest of her cousin,
Miss Helen Whlsler.
William Robblns called on Wilbur
Slmbro Tuesday night.
Charley and Doll Robbins are visit
ing friends at Muncie, Ind.
Frank Wlllhon and wife and John
Welty spent Sunday with Jas Johnson
and family, at Fall Creek.
Wm. Robblns and Wilbur Slmbro
called at Qulnn Copeland's, at Brock's
College, Sunday morning.
Clarence Patton and family, ot near
Hillsboro, spent Sunday afternoon
with Carey JCirkpatrlck and family.
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"I see they are shaving now by
steam," said the loquacious barber to
the man In the chair.
"Well," replied the victim, "that
seems to be an improvement on 'hot
air,' doesn't It ?" Yonker's States
man, fc
THEUE IS NO OAS13 OP
INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION,
' RHEUMATISM, .
BLOOD OR SKIN DISEASE
arising from a disordered stomach, bowels,
lier or kidneys which
"SEVEN BARKS"
will not materially benefit, or permanently
cure i this has been proven for the past 42
years. ABk your parents, or neighbors,
about SEVEN BARKS, as thousands "have
testified to its merits. Don't delay to get 8
50 Cent bottle fit vnnr llniirfint. nml stni-l
yourself on the road to complete recovery
liman UKOWN, 68 Murrey St., New York.N.Y
S. R. HOWARD,
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HILLSBORO
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LEESBURG.
Uzcrh Jl, 1914.
Franl: Wer, cf Peru. Ind , was tlie
Cucst of his daughter, Mr?. Haldano
Evans, last week
Mrs. Mary Miller has returned home
from a pleasant visit with friends in
Springfield and Dayton.
The Thank Offering meeting of the
Womans Foreign Missionary Society
will be held next Sunday evening in
the M. E. church. A special program
has been arranged for this service.
The public is cordially invited to
attend.
Mrs. Ida Fishback and daughter,
Mrs N. T. Pavey, and son, of Xenla,
are guests of relatives here.
Daryl Johnson, of Blanchester. snenr.
.Sunday with his parents, E. R. John
son and family.
Miss Hazel Fultz, of Columbus, was
the guest of her parents, E. J.
Fultz and wife, over Sunday.
Mrs.Nannie Sanders and daucrhtBr.
Kathryn, were shopping in Hillsboro
last Saturday.
Mrs. Haldane Evans leftMondav for
a week's visit with relatives In Mont
gomery. The marriage of Miss Opnovn Pivac
to Dr. Fori! Kester, of New Carlisle,
will be solemnized at the home of the
bride's parents. G. A. Pavev and wlfn.
on Soutli street, Thursday afternoon,
In the presence of a large company of
guests.
W B. Kent and familv were called
to Hillsboro Sunday on account of tho
death of Mr. Kent's father.
Herman Hodson, of Cleveland, is
spending the spring vacation with his
parents J. D. Hodson and family.
A home talent play entitled "A. Debt
of Honor" will be given Thursday
evening in Barrett's nail. Proceeds
to be used for the replenishing of the
treasury of the Business Men's Associ
ation, Tickets are now on sale at C.
B. Cox's Store.
Miss Tura Kuhn, of Columbus Busi
ness College, spent Sunday with her
parents.
Mrs. Bessie Cox visited with rela
tives in Hillsboro last Thursday.
t Miss Estella nodson has returned
home from a pleasant visit In Cleve
land. Miss Jennie. Bartley, of Hillsboro,
visited relatives here a pirt of last
week,
Mrs. Arwilda Bond, of Red Oak,
Iowa, Hiram Hyer and wife and Or
vllle Surface of Waynesvllle, were
guests of R. T. Leaverton and wife
and F. T Pavey and wife last Tues
day and Wednesday.

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