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title: 'The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, May 14, 1914, Page 4, Image 4',
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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, ?MAY 14, 1914.
Editor News-IIeualp Well, you
Bay that the tobaoco business
is a largo commercial business and
vast amounts of money aro iuvested
In the business and very many people
are deriving their living from the
business and many are btcoralng very
rich from the tiade.
The same reason may be given In
defense for the liquor business by tho
people that think that the chief end
of life Is to accuramulate wealth or get
their living from the sweat of some
But with the Bible In my hand and
a sense of moral obligations, lsay that
no man can engage in a tratllc that
endangers the health or comfort of
others without trampling under foot
tho divine code. Of course this 's
Intended for the class that profess t
live under the Influence of the gospel.
I have known two business men gro
cers, who would not in their day sell
tobacco. They were both successful
business men. They lived and died
without obtaining filthy lucre from a
business that under the Influence of
the gospel ought not to exist. The
love of money and a depraved appetite
or habit is the only cause of this soul
and body destroying business. Re id
the every day history of this and other
countries and you will learn that tens
of thousands of men and boys are laid
to sleep In their narrow houses of clay,
appointed for all living, that have
fallen under the Influence of the Polar
Hear and other names gi vtn to tobacco.
Dr. Landess, of France, says, that
20 OOOdle annually from tobacco poison,
directly or Indirectly. This Item alone
ought to Interest conscientious Chris
tian people If this was the only
country that was injuring the vitals of
a nation by the habit, we might feign
innocence, but men and boys right
here in Hillsboro have died from the
same habit, while those alone were
responsible for their fate. Others have
contributed to the fearful end and
must answer for their share of the
guilt. There can be but one reason
given for slaying 20,000 people In
France or any other country, and that
is the greed for filthy lucre.
My next article will be to the con
sclentious Christian, as to raising,
manufacturing, selling and using
tobacco and how tobacco effects the
high cost of living
Liberty Township Teachers.
The Liberty township board of edu
cation employed the following teach
ers for the different districts at their
meeting Saturday :
Houp's Chas. II. Mercer.
Elton Roscoe Swartz.
Boyle John McConnaughey.
Clear Creek L. L Gall".
Pence Florence Prlne.
Persimmon Ridge Kae West.
Carlisle John E. Haraelton.
Pleasant Hill James Gall.
Brock Carrie Easter.
Head John F. Upp.
Glenn Roy Hughes.
Hansborough Chester Anderson.
The salaries of the teachers were
fixed at $17.50 for experienced and $45
for inexperienced teachers. This is
an increase of $2 50 a n onth.
The mills of Belfast, Ireland, em
ploy nearly 30,000 women workers. !
You can ;et fertilizer any time at
the niilsboro Hdw. Co. (4-14) adv ,
Foit Sale Family cow, storm bug
gy and 16 swarms of bees.
Dr. C. L. Chollar.
DOUBLE STAMP SALE
IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT
For Ten Days Only, from Wednesday, May 20, to Saturday Night, May 30
I WILL GIVE DOUBLE GOLD TRADING STAMPS
( . On All Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, -.
Trousers, Rain Coats and Automobile Coats -
s - '.
Our well known Low Prices together with DOUBLE GOLD TRADING STAMPS will prove
especially attractive to economical buyers WE'LL HAVE A CROWD all during this sale but
early selection is best.
Smart WELL MADE Boys' Suits in
Norfolk style. Every purchaser of our.
Boys' Clothes knows they have spent their
Boys' $3.00 -strongly inudo Norfolk Suits, including Blue
Boys' guaranteed all wool Oassimere and Blue Serge Suits;
none better anywhere at $5.00 $3 95
Boys' Fine Dress Suits made to sell for $6.00; Norfolk Btyle,
handsome new patterns and Blue Serges $4.95
We Also Give Double Gold Stamps
Boys9 Knickerbocker Pants
These are full cut, well tailored and worth more than the way we
price them. A big lot to select from during this sale at 39c, 50c, 76c,
We Also Give Double Gold Stamps
A pair of Roller Skates free with suits from $3.95 up.
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS
Everyone all wool including fast color Blue Serges.
Tailoring, Materials and Lining as good as you will find
elsewhere at $15.00. Suits that will stay right OUT
SIDE because they are made right INSIDE. Our price
We Also' Give Double Stamps
"FEIBEL FIFTEEN" SUITS AT $15.00
These famouH Clothes are now being worn by hundreds of
Men and Young Men. They're the best and biggest value that
can be had for $15.00 Lining, seams pockets buttons, padding,
and the special shape-retaining qualities of Feibel Fifteen"
Suits make them tho BEST.
Are the finest clothes made in America Men who demand
perfect fit, excellent quality, correct style and good tailoring
wear " Kuppenheimers"
$16.50, $18.00, $20.00, $25.00
Values That Are Unsurpassed "
By Any Other Clothing Store
Why can this store offer greater values than
can usually be found? BECAUSE OUR BUY
ING ORGANIZATION IS ALWAYS ON THE
ALERT; because In connection with our Big
Columbus Store our outlet Is tremendously large
and because every manufacturer of reliable gar
ments wants these two stores as an outlot. For
these reasons we are able to buy economically and
of course can sell economically, therefore good
values are the result.
WHAT YOU SAVE THROUGH DOUBLE GOLD TRADING STAMPS.
In'the-flrst place. Gold Trading Stamps are worth almost twice as much as any other Trading Stamp3. Just figure it out
for yourself. Our little books hold only 500 Stamps or $50.00 worth, whereas most other stamp books hold 1000 stamps or $100.00
worth. Our books (holding only $50.00 worth) are good for ?2 00 in merchandise. Other stamp books holding $100 00 worth are
good for only ?2 50 In merchandise. The important thing for you to remember Is that our books hold just HALF as many stamps
as other Stamp Books. Therefore, when we give Double Gold Stamps for the ten days, as here advertised, it means this for in
stance. If you buy Clothing to the amount of $25 00 we give you stamps for $50.00. That amount fills the book, which entitles
you to $2.00 in merchandise which you can immediately apply on the purchase, making it cost you only $23 00 cash. Of course
the rebate is Just as large proportionately on any amount you buy. If you only buy one of our "Felbel fifteen'' Suits we give
$30 in stamps which more than half fills a book, making the Suit cost you less than $I'4 00 in the end. This Is a good time-to com-
nlnf.a a atomn Vinnlr olronHc atari art nr tf of.ni-f. a noto nna "
plete a stamp book already started or to start a new one.
BOYS, DON'T FORGET
To ask for your Roller Skates
when buying a. Suit.
HILLSBORO AND COLUMBUS
THE BEST BOY'S SHOES
Are the only kind we sell-
Oxfords or Shoes in Tans, Patent
or Gun Metal.
wit A Foy's
You no doubt have
felt, at some time or
other the need of a good
finish for marred or worn furni
ture, shabby floors or dull, colorless
woodwork in your home.
So have many others, and to All
these needs Foy's Topaz Stains
have been specially designed.
They produce Good Results, an
Elegant Finish, Lasting Lus
ter and Dry Hard (overnight);
arr. Humble. Economical and
Reproduce Perfectly Any Kind
P. H. Miller
Salem Township Teachers.
The board of education of Salem
township hired the teachers for the
different districts Saturday. They
Cochran District Miss Lena Daggy.
Prlcetown Moody Pulllam.
Walnut College Hoyfc Lelnlnger.
Littleton C. B. Abraham.
Honolulu Homer Emery.
Chaney Collego Blaine Pulllam.
liar wood Claude Gossett.
A teacher was not employed for the
275 In Potato Contest.
Two hundred and seventy-five young
people have entered in the Potato
Contest of the Hillsboro Fair. The
entries closed Saturday. This is seven
teen more than last year and makes
certain that this feature will be one
of the most interesting exhibits at the
Dr. William H. Ambrose, of New
Petersburg, and Dr. J. 0, Larkln at
tended the state convention of eclec
tic physicians at ffhe Grand Hotel,
Cincinnati, Tuesday. Dr. Ambrose
read an interesting and able paper on
"Some of the Simpler Forms of Eye
Alva D. Donohoo 'and Miss Mary
Van Cleve, of Galesburgr, 111., were
married at the Baptist parsonage in
that city on May 7, Rev Frank Miller
officiating. Mr. Donohoo is a son of
Mr. and Mrs. John Donohoo, of near
NORTH HIGH ST.
To the Republican Voters of High- 3
land County: 3
I desire to respectfully announce as
that I am a candidate for the office of " 3
county commissioner subject to the 3
will of the Republican voters at the
If nominated arid elected I shall
strive to be commissioner In the best
interest of all the people regardless of
politics or location.
Any favors shown me in either clrcu-l
lating my nominating petitions or in
support at the primary will be sincere
Irvin R. Rousn, (
of Union Township.
Charles Morrow returned to his home
in Columbus, Sunday, after a ten days
visit with his cousin, WlUIam McMul-len.
The Hillsboro second teams will
play the Lynchburg Cubs' at Lynch
burg nest Sunday afternoon as part of
a double header.- Yanzant and Hill
will be the battery for Hillsboro.
I SI OO.OO Reward 1
The Harry Hill Wild West Show and Mexi- I
I can Bull Fight offers this reward to the owner I
f of any horse, mule or steer brought to the Arena I
Jhat the cow-boys can not ride. This SHOW
f will visit here g.
I SATURDAY, MAY 16 !
2 " jag
Giving two Performances, 2:30 ariS 8 o'clock, I
1 and will be located on Bell's Hill.
1 Don't Miss It. Remember the Date.