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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1914.
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All Right for
Tho farmer plants his
cause he knows that it will increase thereby.
But the wise farmer knows that the ground
is no place for his money. He plants his surplus
mofaey in the bank for tho same reason that he
puts the corn in the ground. Money buried, or
hid about the house or grounds not only fails to
increase, but it stands a big chance .of being lost
entirely. We make a specialty of farmers accounts,
offering every accommodation possible.
The Hillsboro Bank
CATALPA GROVE.
May 4, 19H.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crampton, of
Anderson Crossing, were the guests
Sunday of A. E. Wilkin and family.
Thelma King spent Saturday and
Sunday with John Pence and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lewis and daugh
ter, Lora, were the guests of Mrs.
Lewis' mother, Mrs. Shaw, of Mowrys
town, Sunday.
Ira Cadwallader and family enter
tained the following guests Sunday :
Nick Dolinger and family, of Ander
son Crossing, Ellsworth Wilkin and
family, of Danville, and H. R. Wilkin
and family.
B. F. Cochran and daughter, Ethel,
spent Sunday' with Joe Cochran and
family, of Danville.
Alma and Una Dell Roush spent
Sunday afternoon with Maude Wilkin.
Maurice Lewis has purchased a new
buggy.
Byron King and wife spent Sunday
with John Pence and family.
Miss Elizabeth Dolinger, of Ander
son Crossiug, spent the past week with
Miss Ollie Wilkin.
Miss Mary Pence was the guest Sun
day of her cousin, Miss Maggie Saum.
Mr. and Mrs. David Saum spent
Sunday with Carl Hixon and family,
of near Shackleton.
Sick Headache.
Mrs. A. L. Luckie, East Rochester,
N. Y., was a victim of sick headache
and despondency, caused by a badly
weakened and debilitated condition of
her stomach, when she began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I
found them pleasant to take, also mild
and effective. In a few weeks' time I
was restored to my former good
health." For sale by All Dealers, adv
Aunty Wouldn't you like to study
languages, Bobby 1
Bobby I can talk two languages,
now, aunty.
Auntie You cin. What are they ?
Bobby English and baseball. New
York Weekly.
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Remember!
The first time you get a
whiff of Stag from some other
fellow's pipe, REMEMBER
that Stag's taste is as good
as its fragrance.
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PRICETOWN.
May 4, 1914.
Ross Shaffer and family were the
guestB Sunday of Erwln Shaffer and
family.
Mrs. Isaiah Shaffer, of South Liber
ty, spent last week with her mother,
Mrs. Glbler, who is sick.
Warren Workman and family, of
East Danville, spent Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Work
man. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lyons and baby, of
Buford, visited her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Landess, Sunday.
D. G. Marconnett moved Charley
Newton's house up close to his fath
er's, J. O. Newton, residence, last
week. '
Mrs. B. S. Landess and daughter,
Miss Mary, of Fort Recovery, spent
Saturday and Saturday night with
Frank Foust and family.
Mrs. Minta Thompson, of Lynch
burg, visited her mother, Mrs. Marga
ret Faris, recently.
Alfred Pratt and family, of Lynch
burg, spent one afternoon last week
with Dr. Pratt and family.
Miss Opal Martin, of Hollowtown,
is helping Mrs. Matt Pulliam with her
housework.
Miss Myrl Wardlow spent last week
with her sister, Mrs. Ozro Barker.
Charley Donohoo, of Prospect, spent
Sunday evening with Miss Bessie
Dodson.
Robert Brown and family and Miss
Lydia Moberly, of Lynchburg, at
tended church here Sunday and were
guests of Clarence Pulse and family.
George Mann, Jr., of Danville, has
been papering in this neighborhood
the past week.
Rev. Weil was entertained by Clar
ence Pulse and family Saturday night
and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Alva Gossett spent
Sunday afternoon with John Benning
ton and family.
Williard Roush and wife, Mrs. W.
S. Barker and Miss Rachel Faris were
guests of Frank Gibler and family
Sunday afternoon.
Try a tin and
thrill in smoking.
Convenient Packages: The Handy Half
Size 5-Cent Tin, the Full-Size IP-Cent Tin, the Pound and
Haff-Pound Tin Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor.
For Pipe and Cigarette
:riLASTIMg-ly good
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Charley Barlow spent Sunday with
Ilerschel Whitley.
Mrs. Amanda Fulliam had as her
guests Sunday, Georgia Burkett,
Letha Gossett, Cecil Wardlow and
Mary Stroop.
Mrs. B. S. Landess and daughter,
Miss Mary, of t Port Recovery, were
the guests Monday of J. C. Landess
and family.
Mrs. Perry Emery spentjast Tues
day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Perry Moberly.
EVER WATCHFUL
Little Care May Save Many
Hillsboro Readers Fu
ture Trouble.
Watch the kidney secretions.
See that they. have the amber hue
of health ;
The discharge not excessive or in
frequent ;
Contain no "brick-dust" like sedi
ment. Doan's Kidney Fills are especially
for weak kidneys.
Here's Hillsboro proof of their merit.
Cary Roades, retired farmer, 130 E.
North St., Hillsboro, Ohio, says : "For
several years I suffered greatly from
kidney weakness. I hurt my back
years ago and whenever I caught cold,
it was sure to settle there, causing
sharp twinges of pain. The kidney se
cretions became scanty and were high
ly colored. I commenced using Doan's
Kidney Pills, procured at Garrett &
Ayres' Drug Store and was greatly re
lieved. I still hold a high opinion of
Doan's Kidney Pills. They have prov
en a wonderful Itldney medicine in my
case. The statement I gave in their
praise before holas good."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for tho United
States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. adv
State authorities of Colorado are
making a thorough study of minerals
having or supposed to have radio ac
tivity, and authorities now assert that
every curative mineral spring in Eu
rope can be duplicated in that state.
It Is said there are 15 springs in Colo
rado, having radio activity.
Whooping Cough.
"About a year ago my three boys had
whooping cough and I found Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy the only one that
would relieve their coughing and
whooping spells. I continued this
treatment and was surprised to find
tint It cured the disease in a very
short time," writes Mrs. Archie Dal-
rymple, Crooksville, Ohio. For sale
by All Dealers. adv
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"Your wife used to like to sing, and
she played the piano a lot. Now we
don't hear her at all. How's that ?"
"She hasn't the time. We have two
children."
"Well, well 1 After all, children are
a blessing 1 Dallas News.
You can get fertilizer
the Hillsboro Hdw. Co.
any time at
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DODSONVILLE.
May 4, 1014.
J V. Carroll, wife and daughter
were shopping in Hillsboro Saturday.
Jessie Orebaugh and wife were tho
guests Sunday of T. C. Pratt and family.
Lewis Shaffer moved to Fairvlew
last week and Alvln Taylor moved into
the house vacated by Mr. Shaffer.
James Phibbs and family were the
guests Saturday and Sunday of Mrs.
Phibbs' parents, at Pricetown.
Mrs. Clarence Henderson and child
ren of Blanchester, were the guests
Sunday of Mr. Henderson's mother.
Mibs Maggie Drlskel Is spending a
few weeks with Mrs. Lucindla Wil
kin. Mrs. Mary Thompson and daughter,
of Xenla, are spending a few days with
her mother, Mrs. Ben Wilkin.
Mrs. T. E. Aber was the guest of
Mrs. Earl Stroup Thursday,
Mrs. J. J. Conrad and children at
tended church atFayettevllle Sunday.
Harley Taylor, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his parents, Gerge Tay
lor and wife.
Oscar Chaney, wife and son, of Cin
cinnati, were with Mrs. Chaney 's par
ents, H. F. Tedrlc.c and wife, Sunday.
John Pratt, wife and son, Delbert,
spent Sunday with M. C. Stroup.
Miss Agnes Melott spent Sunday
with lna Strickers.
Chamberlain's Liniment.
This preparation is intended especi
ally for rheumatism, lame back, sprains
and like ailments. It is a favorite
with people who are well acquainted
with its splendia qualities. Mrs.
Charles Tanner, Wabash, Ind. says of
it, "I have found Chamberlain's Lini
ment the best thing for lame back and
sprains I have ever used. It works
like a charm and relieves pain and
soreness. It has been used by others
of my family as well as myself for up
wards of twenty years." 25 and 50
cent bottles. For sale by All Deal
ers, adv
The government Is establishing a
number of small demonstration farms
in various parts of the country where
farm boys can be taught up to-date
methods in farming. In most cases
the land Is donated by enterprising
farmers who desire to educate the
young men of the neighborhood.
Relieves Bladder Distress
and
Weakness.
Irregular, painful bladder weak
nesses disappear when the kidneys are
strong an'd healthfully active. Take
Foley Kidney Pills for that burning,
scalding, sensation irregular, painful
action-heavy, sore feeling and bladder
distress. You will like their tonic
restorative effect-the relief from pain
quick good results. Contains no harm
ful drugs. Try them. adv
Gakrett & Ayres.
Mr. Henfusser These Brahmas are
a very old breed of fowl.
Mr. Borden-Lodge I know It We
had the founder of the family at my
boarding house Kansas City Star.
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No Bile,
"No SttBt,
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LarlUard Co,
Est. 1760
NEW MARKET.
May 4, 1014.
Mrs. Menerva Eyler returned home
Tuesday, after spending the winter
with her daughter, Mrs. Harry S.
lllffat London.
C W. Garen and wife spent a couple
of days last week in Cincinntl. .
Mrs. Isaac Larrlck and two children
called on Margie Lemon Tuesday.
Harold Harris Is visiting his par
ents at Peebles.
Ed. Roberts and family, of Hills
boro, called on R. G Roberts and
mother Sunday afternoon.
Roy Harshberger closed a very suc
cessful term of school at this place
last Friday.
ZJames Eaklns and wife and two
children were the guests of Otto Faw-
ley and family near Belfast Sunday.
Clyde Donohoo and David Carrier
have purchased new buggies.
Martha Barrere spent Sunday with
Nelson Barrere, Jr., and family.
Neta Miller is entertaining Miss
Reeves, of Cincinnati, this week.
Samantha Chaney was the guest of
Mrs. McReynoIds Sunday.
Roy Harshbarger and wife and
daughter were the guests of the form
er's mother and sister at Point Vic
tory Sunday.
McMan's Eakins and family, of
Danville, called on Mrs. L. L. Eakins
Sunday.
Mrs. Margaret Bayless, of Hillsboro,
has been the guest of her mother,
Mrs. Roberts, the past week.
Hugh Van Winkle is the guests of
relatives at Belpre.
Isaac Stanforth and daughter enter
tained the following guests Sunday
Gary Priest and'wife, of Samantha,
Robert Hull and wife, of Jessup,
Frank Holmes and family, of Hills
boro, and Albert Shelton and wife, of
Harrlsburg.
Anna McCUntick called on Ella
Purdy one evening last week.
Misses Amy Lemon, Hazel Carrier,
Neta Miller and guest, Miss Reeves,
were pleasantly entertained by Miss
Clara Sonner Sunday atPoInt Victory.
Newt. Whlsler spent a couple of
days last week in Cincinnati, the
guest of C. C. Seal.
W. II. Parshall and family enter
tained relatives from Ralnsboro Sun
day. Revs. Ilolllngsworth and Kerr filled
their regular appointments here Sun
day. Dull Feeling-Swollen Hands and
Feet-Due to Kidney Trouble.
Your kidneys need help when your
hands and feet thicken, swell up, and
you feel dull and sluggish. Take Foley
Kidney Pills. They are tonic, stimu
lating and strengthening, and restore
your kidneys to healthy normal action
Try them. adv
Gaukett & Aykes
SHACKELTON.
May 4, 1914.
Mrs. Ed Chaney spent Friday with
her daughter, Mrs. Albert Pence, of
Hoaglands.
Carey McKee and sister, Mary, were
guests of Joe Barrett and wife, Sun
day. Aunt Kate Wood spent Wednesday
in Hillsboro.
Mrs. Ann Pence, after spending a few
weeks with relatives near Mowrvs-
town, returned home Thursday.
Austin Eoblnson and family were
the guests of Allen Robinson and fami
ly, of Hillsboro, Sunday.
Mrs. Nellie duff and two sons visited
Mrs. Jacob McConnaughey Wednes
day afternopn.
tLWlll Charles and wife and son, Jo
seph, and Mrs. P. W. Charles spent
Sunday with John Medsker and wife,
near Wilmington.
Carey McKee spent Tuesday in
Cincinnati.
Mrs. AnnPence and grandson, Edgar
Pence, spent Friday and Saturday
with the former's son, Clarence Pence,
at Hillsboro.
Mrs. Thomas Roush visited Mrs.
Robert Hottle, Wednesday.
General Pence and family, Mrs. S J.
JPence and Stella Orebaugh and son,
Charles, spent Sunday with W. n.
Pence and family, at Hillsboro.
Mrs. Sarah Purdy, of Hillsboro, is
spending a few days with her daugh
ter, Mrs. Allen Pence.
Bananas imported into the British
Isles last year numbered 7,500,000
bunches, against 5,750,000 bunches In
1005 and 1,250,000 bunches in 1909,
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or a Mti of OinUslou? Or llolli?
We transgress Nature's laws, the Liver
strikes, then we omit or neglect until
we ache or sicken.
Loosen the dammed-up bile. Keep It
loose with the old time-tried May Apple
Hoot, (t'odophylltn.) I'odophyllln with
the gripe taken out is called
J?rof8aional (Jaris.
S. R. HOWARD,
VETERINARIAN
HILLSBORO
Both Phoncntn Office and Rttldtnec
J. FRANK WILSON. N. CRAIG M'BKIDB
WILSON & McBRIDE,
ATTORNBYS-AT-IiAW.
Off: en Short St., Opp. Court Et.uie
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REY,
DKNTIBT,
Glenn Big.
Home 'Phone 340.
HILLSBORO, ,
Bell 'Phone 148
VB. McCONNAUGHEY, M. Di
Hillsboro, Ohio,
Omar In Holmes
Street.
Building, North HIra
Orrioi Bodhs: a to it a. m
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Both 'Phones In oace and Residence,
SIMON HIDER,
THE FLORIST.
For Your Flowers.
KINCAID&SON
SUCCESSORS TO RUBLE & TURNIBg
Funeral Directors & Embalmers
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HILLSBORO ICE DELIVERY
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
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STEVENSON STEVENSON
PROPRIETORS
(Successors to J. C. Koch)
Office Rear of Traction Depot
Home Phone 344
Frank Ayres
Insurance Agt
Opera House Block
Representing ;six of the strongest
Old Lino Fire insurance Companies.
Most liberal Farm Policies ever writ
ten in the Aetna Co. Also Live Stock
Insurance. D Insuring your horse a
againstjdeath from any cause.
I represent theJAetna, Fidelity and
Surety Bond Co. One of' the largest.
Also with accident policies. Terms as
low as you can get in high class safe
insurance. 9.6
FRAINK AYRES
Registered Shire
STALLION
REX HAROLD, 10161
Registered Shire Stallion, will make
the season of 1914 at John Morrow's
farm, one mile north of Overman, on
the Hillsboro and New Petersburg
pike.
Rex Harold Is a roan 6 years old and
weighs 1900 pounds, he is a sure breed
er and has fine disposition. Terms
$15 to insure colt to stand and suck.
N.M. OVERMAN & MORROW BROS
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