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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 19i4.
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REDUCED
National Sunbeam
WATT
CLEAR
10 .30
15 .30
20 .30
25 .30
40 .30
60 .40
100 .70
150 $1.10
250 1.80
400 round S.40
500 round 3.85
750 round 6.60
1000 round 8.00
We carry the most up-to-date stock of Lamps, all sizes,
shapes, frosted, and clear. We do Electrical wiring and are
unsurpassed in workmanship.
See us for prices and terms which are reasonable.
H. D. SEWELL
Electrical and Machine Shop. Office Kramer Hotel Bidg.
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Pay Us a Fair Price
1 AND BE WELL DRESSED.
If you have been patronizing us jj
S you MUST have noticed that our
clothes are long-lasting.
H Lots of other people have noticed 5
H That long last spells e-c-o-n-o-m-y
if anything does.
H Which causes us to argue that our
E clothes are the cheapest that any
man can buy. H
Then this thing called "satisfact-
ion" that ought to go with a suit.
H It always does if we make it.
Satisfaction in looks and- feel and
cost and everything else.
Id. m. meneley!
MERCHANT TAILOR
117 Short St. Hillsboro, O. g
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When you have a friend to meet, make ifc at HIDER'S
X the LARGEST, the PRETTIEST and the moBt SANITARY
place of its kind in the County. The Easter Flowers are
T now at their best. In cut flowers we will have Roses, Car- T
nations, Sweet Peas, Violets and Easter Lilies by the
T thousands. Two houses full of plants, such as Roses, T
Hydrangeas, Daisies, Hyacinths, and Easter Lilies in pots.
T Fruit and Vegetables of all kinds, always on hand. Cab- T
bage and Tomato Plants without number. Don't forget
T the place, next door to the Union Grocery. T
HIDER'S
BOTH PHONES 1
Harmount's big scenic production of
Uncle Tom's Cabin is deservedly pop
ular, it is hard to find a person who
has notseen it or don't intend to. It is
patronized and endorsed by the clery
men and religious press, as delightful,
instructive and strictly moral at Bell's
Opera House, Saturday, April 4. adv
The handle of a new can for men re
sembles a golf stick and contains re
ceptables for clgarets and matches.
Bpaln has more -sunshine than any
other country in Europe. The yearly
average is 3000 hours. Id England it
in 1400.
PRICES
Mazda Lamps
FROSTED
.33
.33
.33
.33
. .33
.44
77
$1.20
1.95
3.65
4.15
6.75
8.25
COMING!
One car of Shelled
Corn, 70c per bu.
on track.
RICHARDS MILL
NEW MARKET.
March 30, 1014. .
Grant McConnaughey and wife, of
Harrisburg, and Roy Harshbarger,
wife and daughter were pleasantly en
tertained by Mrs. L. L. Eaklns, Sun
day. Mr. Julietta, of Hoaglands, who is
overseer of the Wyatt Roberts farm
was here Tuesday.
W. H. Farshall transacted business
at New Petersburg one day last week
Otto Fawley and family, of Belfast,
were the guests of Reuben Fawley and
wife, Tuesday.
Geo. Hetherlngton and wife attend
ed the entertainment given by the
Loyal Daughters of the Christian
church at Sugartree Ridge, Saturday
night.
Ed Fenner, of near Taylorsvllle, was
a business caller here last week.
Mrs. Paul Fawley and baby, Mrs.
Henry Warlanmont, Mrs. Ova Simp
son, Mrs. J. D. Van Winkle and daugh
ter. Nelle, spent one day recently with
Mrs. Lewis Rosselott.
Mrs. Rebecca Vance called on her
daughter, Mrs. Harry Robinson, in
Hillsboro, Tuesday.
Jennie Wood and two children, of
Danville, spent last Monday with her
mother, Mrs. D. S. Harshbarger.
C. V. Purdy and A. E. Hunter un
loaded a car of feed at New Market
Station, last week.
Stewart Bell and wife spent Tues
day with T. M. Wilkin and family at
Point Victory.
David Carrier is clerking for 0. W.
Garen. Mr. Garen will run his wagon
six day a week.
L. B. Custer is having his orchard
cut down.
Geo. Farshall and family, of Rains
boro, were the guests of Harley Par
shall and family Sunday. Arthur
Berry, of Danville, called on the Par
shalls, Saturday.
Mrs. C. W. Carr spent one day last
week with Mrs. John Davidson, near
Mowrystown.
James Vance, of Lynchburg, spent
Sunday at the home of H. N. Miller.
Mrs. Chaney is very sick.
Neta Miller is improving slowly.
Ed. Gotherman, of near Miller's
Chapel, is the guest of his sister, Mrs.
B. A. McConnaughey.
Scott Hathaway and wife are mov
ing to the C. C. Muhlback property,
recently vacated by E. E, Austin.
Mollie Carrier is spending a few days
with Ch as. Holladay and family.
Anna McConnaughey, Margaret
Roush, Martha Barrere, Louva Carr
and Lola Bell were callers at the
Chaney home, Sunday.
Wesley Young and wife were guests
Sunday, of Howard Miller and wife,
at Sugartree Ridge.
A. E. nunter and Jessie Harshbarg
er called on Cary Wood and fam
ily, at Danville, Sunday.
Mrs. L. A. Purdy spent Wednesday
with Reuben Fawley and wife.
Roy McConnaughey, wife and
daughter, Velma, of Catalpa Grove,
were entertained at the home of Jas.
Eakins, Sunday.
Chas. Carrier, of Danville, spent
Sunday with his father, Win. Carrier.
Zylphia Carr returned home today,
after a pleasant visit with relatives in
Mowrystown.
W. E. Borden is clerking for Andrew
Cailey at East Danville.
The number of unemployed in Ber
lin is estimated at 100,000.
SEED OATS
We have another car
of re-cleaned white
OATS, at
RICHARDS MILL
Notice.
Notice Is hereby clven that a petition will
toe presented to ttuToommUsloners ol Uleli
land county, Ohio, at their session to be
held Monday, Mar 4tb. 1014, praying for the
appointment of Road Commissioner to lay
out and establish a FREE TUnNMKE
ROAD along the following line, to-wlt : Be
ginning At a point in the North Line the Straight
out and Iluford tree turnpike, where a cer
tain county road Intersects said free turn
pike, near the residence of P. Q Fenner ;
thence with said county road In a northerly
direction, about 228H rods to where said '
county road intersects the Old State Road
from uanvl le to Bui ord east of the school
bouse lot District No. 3, Clay township. In
Highland county, Ohio ; thence with said
State Road In a westerly direction about BO
rods to a culvert which Is built across said
State Road at a point where the Salem and
Clay township road Intersects said State
Koad, near the residence of Uenrr EuVer
ard, a distance of about seven eighths of a
mile (7-8 and, being located In Whlteoak and
Clay townships, Highland county, Ohio,
Said tree turnpike road to be constructed
under the provisions of the General Code of
Ohio, relating to the construction ol "One
Mile Assessment Pikes" as contained in
unapter or Title ot part second or said
General Code of Ohio and the acts amenda
tory thereto
And for the purpose of constructing Free
Turnpike Road tf.ey will ask for the leyy of
an extra-tax of ten 10 mills on the dollar
for the period of 35 years. If not paid for
sooner, upon all the lauds and taxable per
sonal property within the limits of the said
proposed Free Turnpike Road, (under the
one mile assessment pike law.) Sections 78
to 7381 General Code of Ohio and the acts
amendatory thereto.
W. F. Vavcx'xkd Other, Petitioners.
Dated March si. 1914. f
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EYE SYMPTOMS
Do you have headaches?
Do your eyes "water?
Do they ache?
Doe's print run, together?
Do things become dim or
swim?
Are your Byes inflamed?
Do your eyes tire after read
ing awhile.
ADVICE FREE
Dr. G. F, Faris,
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hillsboro, O.
CENTERFIELD.
March 30, 1914.
Mrs. Amanda Milner and Miss Han
nah Huff moved to Greenfield last
week. Their farm was recently bought
by W. H. Cowman.
Mrs. Chas. Stratton, of Hillsboro, is
moving into the cottage formerly occu
pied by John Lytle and family. Mr.
Stratton has gone to the Soldiers
Home at Dayton.
T. J. Anderson, who has been quite
sick, is some better.
Mrs. S. A. Turner was In Washing
ton C. H., Saturday.
Representative O. J. Thatcher, of
Clinton county, will address the people
here in the TJniversallst Church on
Tuesday evening, April 7, on the
"School Laws," soon to go into effect.
He is the man to explain them as he
helped frame them, and we, as inter
ested citizens, should greet him with
a full house.
Mrs. Sarah Eldrich, formerly of near
Martinsburg, died at her home at
Omaha, Neb., and her remains were
brought here for burial Funeral and
interment at Walnut Creek today.
Postponed meeting of Centerfield
Agricultural Club will be held Friday
evening of this week with the follow
ing program :
Song
Warnes New Tax Law S. A. Turner
Followed by general discussion
Recitation Corlnna Dewey
Round Table Talk, "Corn."
Preparing and Breaking Soil and Seed
Bed J. Larkln
Selecting and Testing Corn
Overton Hire
Fertilizers, Kinds and Quantity
Clarence Smith
Planting and Cultivating Corn
Elmer Anderson
Advantages of Silo John Sollars
Harvesting and Feeding Corn to Best
Advantage Walter Cockerill
Song Corn is King in Ohio
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Notice!
All persons having any of my milk
bottles In their possession will please
return them to me or leave them for
me at a place convenient for me to get
them, at once, calling my attention to
the place where I can get them.
Also please desist from the taking
or using of them for any purpose here
after.
I desire to call the attention of al
such persons to fSection 13169 of the
Geueral Code of Ohio as amended on
the 5th day of May 1913 which reads
as follows:
"Whoever fills or re fills with milk,
cream or other milk product, a glass
jar or bottle having the name of a per
son, firm, corporation or association
blown therein, with intent to sell such
milk, cream or other milk product,
shall be fined not more than one hund
red dollars. This section shall not
apply to a person, firm or corporation
whose name is blown in such glass jar
or bottle, or to a member of an associ
ation the name of which association is
blown in such glass jar or bottle, or
any authorized agent or employe of
such person, firm, corporation or mem
ber of such association, or to the own
er of such glass jar or bottles, or to
any person authorized by the owner
thereof to use said glass jar or bottle."
This 31st day of March 1014.
adv (4 9) O. H, Fenner.
A Car each of Atlas
and Universal brands
-AT-
Richards Mill
PRICETOWN.
March 30, 1914.
Dr. and Mrs. Charley Farls, of Hills
boro, spent Sunday with his mother,
Mrs. Eliza Faris.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fawley visited
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Fawley Friday.
John Newtonrandfamily, of Hills
boro, spent Sunday with Jacob Stultz
and family,
John Gibleri spent Sunday with rel
atives at Fairvlew.
Mrs. J. W.JGossott, of Hillsboro,
and Mrs. Ted Roush, of Russell, were
guests Saturday of Frank Foust and
family.
- James Donohoo has purchased a
farm near Hillsboro of Mr. Shelton
and will move his family there soon.
On Easter night there will be a spec
ial program rendered at this place.
The Literary Society did not meet
Friday night owing tp the inclemency
of the weather. On next Friday night
the debate will be on Woman's Suf
frage. Stanley Haynes spent one day last
week In Cincinnati.
The I. O. O. F. Lodge will give a
banquet on April 11 for their families.
All neighboring lodges are invited.
Ira Fawley, of Milford, spent last
week with Henry Stroop and family
and other friends.
Little Johnnie Stroop has been very
sick the past week.
Mrs. ErvinLelnlnger and son, Hojt,
and C. E. Abraham and children spent
Saturday evening with Frank Glbler
and family.
Mr. and Mrs. James Donohoo spent
Saturday with Thomas Carey and
family at Hillsboro.'
Starlle Smith will work ,for Bert
Landess this summer.
Mrs. Albert Duvall and children, of
Dodsonvllle, and Mrs Clarence Pulse
and sons, bf Norwood, were guests on
Sunday of Frank Foust and family.
Curtis Shaffer, of Honolulu, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Er
vin Shaffer and family.
Willie McLaughlin and family were
guests Sunday of Robert McLaughlin
and family.
ROUSH'S CROSSING.
March 30, 1014.
Milton Shaffer Is sick with dlabetis.
Eli Roush has the rheumatism and
nervous trouble.
John Kellum and Newton Roebuck
were at Hillsboro Monday on business.
Misses Ora Vance and Iva Fender,
of East Danville, called on John Kel
lum and family Sunday.
Orvllle Ruble, of Norwood, Is visit
ing friends at this place.
Alva MoFadden, of Cincinnai 1, vis
ited his family from Friday until
Sunday.
Emanuel Roush and wife visited
their son, Commodore, In Hillsboro on
Saturday.
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SUGARTREE RIDGE.
March 30, 191s.
H. E. Marlatt and family spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Shel
ton, of near Bethel.
Corine Temple spent Saturday night
and Sunday with D. C. Askren and
family.
C. F. Roberts spent Saturday in
Hillsboro.
Lew Igo and wife and two children
spent Sunday afternoon with Jasper
Igo.
C. M. Igo and family and Mr. and
Mrs. R. O. Edminston spent Sunday
afternoon with R. C. Edmlnston's
parents, of near Winchester.
Lew Igo called on nenry TYllkln
Saturday evening.
Human hair grows at the rate of .1095
of an inch a day. .
Just Received
1 Car Oats fine re-cleaned at 55c.
Scratch feed $2 per hundred, for the
chickens.
Early Rose Potatoes, per bu.
Early Ohio Potatoes, per bu.
Irish Oobler Potatoes, per bu.
Red Triumph Potatoes, per bu.
The largest assortment pf Garden Seed (All of
which has been tested,) that We have ever offered.
We carry a full line of Bee Supplies. Also Oil
Meal and Cotton Seed Meal, Bran and Shorts.
Come and See Us
I Hetherington Seed and Groc. Go.
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Column I
FOB SALE.
Farm and Town property always
for sale. Money loaned on Reai Es
tate. Wade Turner,
v Merchants Bank Bidg.
D. Leadbetter, real estate, nre In
surance and pensions. Office 134 S.
High street.
For Sale Locus anchor posts.
Wolfe & McCoy, W. Main St., Hills
boro, Ohio. tf adv
For Sale Piano. Good as new.
Upright. Oak finish. A bargain.
The M. F, Carroll & Sons Co.
For Sale Second handed silently
used and new automobiles, also tires
and accessories. Scott Skeen,
S. High St. Hillsboro, O.
For Sale Anthony fencing 4000
rods to select from. Prices very low,
quality considered ; also round chest
nut timber braces better and cheaper
than sawed ones. Wolfe & McCoy
W. Main St., Hillsboro, O.
Wait See Pete Lewis and get prices
before tiring your bugpy. Kejly
Springfield Good Year Wing and Dia
mond 8122 rubber tires. The BesU.
(4-9) adv.
Liberal Commission and Salarv
to look after our business in your com
munity. Interesting, dignified, health
ful work. International Magazine
Company, 110 W. 4lst St., New York
City. adv (4-9)
For Sale Farm of 39 5-16 acres in
Union township, 11-2 half miles north
of Russells. Good house, large barn,
out buildings, horchard. Township
ditch through center of farm. No
waste land. Fertile soil. Possession
given at once. Expect to sell by April.
A good bargain for a home seeker at
moderate means. J. v. Watts,
the owner, Hillsboro, O.
Cotton Seed Meal
We haVe a lot of
this excellent cow
feed at
RICHARDS MILL
Frank Ayres "rr"
ce Agt
ouse Block
Representing six of the strongest
Old Line Fire insurance Companies.
Most liberal Farm Policies ever writ
ten in the Aetna Co. Also Live Stock
Insurance. Insuring your horses
againit death from any cause.
I represent the'Aetna, Fidelity and
Surety Bond Co. One of the largest.
Also with accident policies. Terms at
low as you can get in high class safe
insurance. 9-6
FRANK AYRES
Canadian authorities say that since
1905 the emlgratlpn of farmers from
the United States has taken nearly
$800,000,000 in money" and property out
of this country into the Dominion.
More than 26,000,000 young trees
have been planted in two Norway
counties bordorlng on the sea since
a .Bergen tree planting society was
formed 13 years ago.
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