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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MAY 14, 1914.
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PROGRESSIVE PUPEFOOD DEVELOPNEffTS,
WE RECOMMEND:
TEA TALK
DO YOU KNOW WHAT KIND
OF TEA YOU ARE GETTING?
Whether it is the best for the money or not?
Where it comes from? These things are important.
There is a great deal of difference in teas; more so
perhaps than in any other drink you make, and
you should know what and what not to get. As
with all other things
Our Teas are Always
the Best Obtainable
Selected after thorough test, because they are good
j and not merely good looking. If you are not sat
isfied with the tea you are using, call
CONARD'S GROCERY
The place where you always get the BEST.
Mrs. En Rene Btabler had as lior
guest Sunday, tier grandson, Frank
Parsons, of Cincinnati.
Mrs. Charles W. Scott and Mrs. II.
M Brown attended the May Festival,
in Cincinnati, Saturday.
Clark Ilolladay and Ilarry Lukomire
attended the State Convention of Red
Men at Dayton, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shannon, of
Folsom, spent Monday with their son,
J. Ed Shannon
John Ervin, of Tuscola, 111., has
been visiting relatives here for sev
eral days.
Misses MayCuramings, Lucille Hug
gins and Nina Glenn attended a per
formance of the May Festival at
Cincinnati Saturday.
Earl Rlzer has been elected a trustee
of the Ulllsboro Cemetery Association,
succeeding J. D. V7. Spargur. Mr.
Rlzer's term is for six years.
John Blount, who is a guard at the
Boys Industrial School at Lancaster,
spent from Friday until Monday with
his mother, Mrs. John Howard.
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J. W. Carroll, who has been working
In Toledo, spent last week with his
family here. He went to Cincinnati
Monday, where he has secured work.
Ren 0. Strain has rented one of the
olllcesofthe Rice Lumber Co., over
t'ie Union Grocery, and will conduct
a general insurance agency.
Mrs. Frank Color and daughter, of
Milford, spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mrs. Color's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Parkes.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sanderson and
Sam R. Free and Miss Schubler and
Miss Myrtle Kester, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday at Lancaster and Logan.
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Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Wlsecup and
children spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. S. W. Cowman, of near New
Vienna.
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Chaney's Orpheum
' Will Present on
. Thursday, IVBay 21,
( MISS HELEN GARDNER
America's Formost Ai'lisl in
"A Princess of Bagdad"
A Love Story from the Arabian Nights, in eight chap-
5 ters and six reels. MISS GARDNER'S grace and beauty
S are shown to an advantage in this Magnificent Production.
Her acting is Superb. Supported by an All Star Cast.
1 The Settings are Rich and Gorgeous and the Costum-
ing most Beautiful. The play itself contains all the ele-
EE ments to please the most exacting Theatre Patrons.
Positively only three performances. Matinee and
S two Evening Shows. Seats will be sold in advance for
each performance.
Chaney says that if you miss this, you will miss the
most Gorgeous and Magnificent Photo Drama ever shown
in this city. Order Seats early or you may get left.
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Program For This Week and Next
FRIDAY, MAY 15
Ed'. Miller, of IluntlnBton, W. Va.,
Is vlaltlng relatives here this week.
Will Huggins was in West Virginia
on business last week.
H. W. Hunter was a business visitor
in Cincinnati, Saturday.
Jos. G. Bell and daughter, Miss
Margaret, spent Sunday1 in Cincinnati
Miss Ellen Steele, of Cincinnati,
speDt Saturday and Sunday with her
mother, Mrs. S. F. Steele.
Miss Jennie Fearce spent Saturday
and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Tom
Hern, at Madlsonville
Scott Worley, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his parents, Judge and
Mrs. J. B. Worley.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E Carroll and
daughter, Miss Charlotte, spent Sun
day In Cincinnati.
Mrs. Harry Frost and daughter, Miss
Irma, of Norwood, were guests of
Judge and Mrs. J. B. Worley, Sunday.
Mrs. Charles M. Johnson and daugh
ter, Miss Myra, attended the May
Festival, In Cincinnati, Saturday.
Miss Mary Frost, of Norwood, visited
Miss Mae Larkln, Saturday and Sun
day. Frank Kelly and Henry Swlsshelm
returned Friday from the French
Lick Springs, Ind.
Arthur W. Underwood returned
Wednesday from a short business trip
to Pittsburg.
Mrs. G. D. Spattord attended a mis
sionary convention of the U. B. church
at Circlevllle, Thursday.
Mis3 Hazel Nevln, of Washington,
C. H , was the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank A. Lemon, the past week.
John L. Strange, of Greenfield, was
the guest of his sister, Mrs. Joseph
Slddons, Tuesday. The many friends
of Mr. Strange will be pleased to learn
that he is rapidly recovering from his
recent illness.
Mrs. John C. Spargur visited Mr. and
Mrs-H. II. Suydam, In Cincinnati, a
few days last week.
Miss Marie Fltts, of Newark, N. J.,
Is here for a month's visit with Dr.
and Mrs. Earl R, Slutz
Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Thompson had as
their guest last week, Dr. O. A. Hop
kins, of Cleveland.
Harry Mercer, of New Vienna, vlslt
ed his grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. D.
N. McBrlde, Saturday.
Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Shields enter
tained the members of the Doctor's
Sunday School class on Friday night.
Mrs. Llda Reutnlk has returned
from an extended visit with her
daughter in Cleveland.
Mrs. George W. Gill, of Columbusi
has been the guess of her sister, Mrs.
J. J. Pugsley, since Friday.
Charles Richards, who has been very
sick with pneumonia, was able to be
up town for the first time last week.
Robert Seybert, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his mother, Mrs. Alice
Seybert, Saturday and Sunday.
Burch D. Huggins, of Columbus,
was the guest of his father, Judge H.
M. Huggins, from Saturday until
Monday.
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Mrs. Hoop, of Indianapolis, Ind.,
who was called here by the death of
Mrs. O. V. Walker, returned home
Monday. .
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. Lukens had as
their guests last week, the latter's
sister, Mrs. A. A. Collins, and daugh
ter, of Hartford, Conn.
Mrs. Stella Welch returned to her
home In Greenfield Monday, after a
few days visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. n. Maddox.
Mr. and Mrs. John Newby, of Marion,
were the guests of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ewing Newby and Mr. and
Mrs. Adam Krug, from Saturday until
Monday.
The Fact Remains
No amount of misrepresentation by the
peddlers of alum baking powders, no jug
gling with chemicals, or pretended analysis,
or cooked-up certificates, or falsehoods of
any kind, can change the -fact that
Royal Baking Powder
has been found by the offi
cial examinations to be of the
highest leavening efficiency,
free from alum, and of absolute
purity and wholesomeness.
Royal Baking Powder is indispensable
for making finest and most economical food.
Mrs. J. B. Spencer, Mr. and Mrs.
Ray McBrlde, Miss Martha Spencer
and Walter Klncaid spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Overton Hire, near
Greenfield.
Mrs. Frank Durnell and son, Donald,
Sheldon Shepherd and James Elliott,
of Columbus, wereguestsof Mrs. Dur
nell's mother, Mrs. D. F. Scott, Satur
day and Sunday.
H. L. Lukemlre has been chosen as
a state delegate to the national conven
tion of the Modern Woodmen of Amer
ica. The national convention will be
held at Toledo in June.
"The Two Roses". Ormia Hawley Ed
ward Peil.
' 'All on Account of Polly. ' ' Three Reels.
Admission 5 cents.
MONDAY, MAY 18.
"THE WOMAN IN BLACK" Vit.
Fea'.arinjrMaurice Costello and Mary Charle
son in a clever plot. Three Reel Program.
Admission Only 5 cent's.
SATURDAY, MAY 16.
"Fruit of Vengeance' Two Reel Vita
graph Special. "A Hot Time in Snakeville"
A Screaming Western Comedy.
"The Hero." Another Vitagraph Comedy.
TUESDAY, MAY 19.
"Lincoln the Lover" Vit. A Historical
Drama that will live long in the memories of
all that see it. Featuring Ralph Ince the
World's greatest imitator of "Abraham Lin
coln," and Anita Stewart as Ann Rutledge.
"Pa and Ma Elope" Biograph Comedy.
A Two Reel feature will be added to the nro-
gi'am. Admission 5 and JO cents. S
S WEDNESDAY, MAY 20
"An Affair of Dress" The Third of our Series, Featuring Mary Fuller as "Dollie of the 1
Dailies." "A Change in Baggage Checks" Vit. A Bunny Finch Comedy. -g
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The second trial of Cecil J. Dlblei
charged with arson the burning of his
store room in Westboro, has been set
for trial on May 18 in the Clinton
county Common Pleas Court at Wil
mington. Mr-and Mrs. George Nolder, Mr! and
Airs. A. D. Moorhead, Mrs. John Mul
lenlx, Harold Layman and sister, Miss
Edith, and T. S. Gibson attended the
funeral of George T. Nolder, at West
boro, Friday.
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John Ballentlne, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George M. Ballentlne, passed the
examination for entrance to the U. S.
Naval Academy last week, ne was
appointed by Congressman Fees.
Andrew Sellers, of Marshall, has been
appointed a government live stock in
spector at the Chicago stock yard9.
Mr. Sellers Is a licensed veterinary
surgeon, and the position comes as a
result of a civil service examination.
It carries a salary of 81500 a year.
Mrs. Callle Miller, aged 51, formerly
of this county, died at the home of her
sister, Mrs. Frank Paine, in Wilming
ton, May 1. Interment was made at
Bridges, Sunday, May 3 Death was
due to a surgical operation. She is
survived by three grown children.
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Leslie Carey, who has been professor
of science in the Greenfield high school,
has resigned his position and came to
Hillsboro to takeactive management
of the Forum Theater, whicli he pur
chased a few months ago. Alfred Ever
hart has been selected as Mr. Carey's
successor in the Greenfield schools.
W. E. Caldwell aud Walter Doggett
went to Detroit, Mich., Monday to at
tend the annual convention of the
National Garment Makers Associa
tion. They will return home today.
Mr. Caldwell was one of the founders
of the association and for over three
years its secretary.
Many of the members of the Hills
boro Camp of Modern Woodmen went
to Lynchburg Thursday . night to
attend the lnitlitlon of forty-seven
men as members of that camp. The
work was done by the team from the
Hillsboro lodge. An excellent banquet
was served following the work.
Notice to Odd Fellows.
All Odd Fellows and their families
or sweethearts and all Robekahs are
cordially Invited to Join with Lafay
ette Lodge No. 25, 1. O. O. F. In hav
ing a good sociable time at their hall
on Monday night, May 18. Let every
one who comes bring some kind of re
freshments. Secretary,
Mrs. T. W. McCoy entertained the
Larkln Club last Wednesday. Those
present were Mrs. Wm. Smith, Mrs.
Wm. Davidson and son, Lee, Mrs
Minnie E. 'Carper and son, Wilbur,
and Miss Nannie Bell.
One of the largest lumber deals
ever made In this county was com
pleted last week, when George Cooper
sold 100 acres of whltebak timber on
the old Spargur homestead to the
Talbert-Zeller Co., of Clnclnnat. The
price was not made public. Mr. Cooper
retains the land.
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The perllmlnary hearing of Charles
M. West, charged with assault with
Intent to kill upon his wife, Mary S.
West, was heard by Mayor Wllklns
Thursday. The Mayor bound West
over to the probate court for assault
and battery and fixed his bona at 8iou,
West was unable to'glve bond and was
committed to Jail.
A. Z. Farrell, aged 38. died at his
hnmn in Columbus Thursday, after a
short illness with typhoid fever. The
body was brought here Monday and
burial made In the Ellllsboro ceme
tery. Short services were held at the
grave, conducted by Rev. Durr. He
Is survived by his wife, formerly Miss
byrda Clark, andtwo children. Be
i(ii his wife and children Mrs.
Archie Hewitt and son, James, of
Dayton, were here for the funeral.
Mr. Farrell formerly lived here and
was a brother of Mrs. Amos Williams.
Presbyterians Wins.
The Presbyterians defeated the
Methodists in a ten inning game on
Tuesday afternoon at the Webster
school grounds by the score of 9 to 8.
Dr. Shields pitched for the Presbyter
ians and won his own game by a home
run in the tenth inning, scoring three
men ahead of him. Homer Turner
pitched for the Methodists.
Corn Boys of Highland County.
All boys not over 20 years of age 1st
of January will not forget that the
Ralnsboro Fair Co. Is offering one
free trip to Washington D. C, to the
.boy who grows the largest number of
bushels of corn on one acre of ground.
GET BUSY. Entries close June 1st.
adv.
Marriage Licenses.
Isma Troth and Llda Wqodrow,
both of Lynchburg.
John Baker, of Seaman, and Clara
B. McConnaughey, of Hillsboro, R.
D. No. 12.
L. M. Hazard, of Wilmington, and
Jessie Smith, of Leesburg.
Frank Harmon, of Cincinnati, and
Iva Brown, of Greenfield.
Russell J. Monk, of Portsmouth,
and Ruth Loper, of Greenfield.
Seventh Place For Hillsboro.
The Hillsboro High School track
team took seventh place at the Trl
State High School Meet held at Ox
ford Saturday, eighteen schools com
peting. Covington, Ky., High won
the meet. Dwight Rogers won the
only points for Hillsboro taking the
Running Broad Jump with 21 feet, 3
inches. The boys from the local
school who competed were Dwight
Rogers, George McConnaughey, Fred
Vance, Russell Fling and Dan Mor
gan. Prof. Arthur Edglngton accom
panied them.
But for some hard luck the boys
would have made a much better show
ing and would have finished as good
as fourth. In the 120 yard Hurdle
Rogers fell at the last hurdle. He was
then tied for first and a sure winner
of second but for the accident. In the
Half Mile Run Fling was accidently
tripped by one of the other runners
This was In the second quarter. He
was then bunched with the leaders
and running strong and had an excel
ent chance to finish third. In the
Pole Vault George McConnaughey
clearedHhe bar at 9 feet, but knocked
It off with his hand as he came down.
But for this he would have finished at
least third.
The boys were also handicapped by
a rule of the meet which prevented
any one taking part in more than
three events. This kept Dwight
Rogers from taking part In several
events in which he would have almost
certainly made points. The small
number of entries by Hillsboro made
it certain that the boys could only
hope for a fair showing.
Patmont Memorial Services.
A memorial service will be held In
memory of the late and princely Pat
mont. He Is a late martyr to public
decency. This Is a Union Service of
the churches at Mowrystown. The
meeting will be held in the Church ot
Christ, May 17, 1914, 2 30 p. m. S h'.
Wilkin wllldellveranaddressentltled,
"American Patriotism Versus Thugs
and Cut Throats " Hillsboro patriots
are cordially Invited.
C. E. Ludwiok, Secretary
Ilarry Hill will have his famous
Texas Ranger Band, when he appears
here, May 10. adv
Greenfield Paper Changes Hands.
The Greenfield Republican changed
hands last week, J. A Harps purchas
ing the plant. Oscar A. White will
be editor and manager. In their salu
tatory the new owner and manager say
that the plant will be thoroughly
modernised, a linotype and other new
machinery will be added and the size
of the paper enlarged to seven coin mns.
Mr. White was formerly editor of the
Greenfield Republican and Is a news
paper man of wide experience, a clear,
entertaining and pleasing writer. W.
W. DeLong, who has bean the proprie
tor and editor of the Republican for
five years, dls posed of the plant and
retired from newspap e r work on
account of his health falling.
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Carrying $G5 from a Wilmington
bank to a place where he was to meet
a friend to deliver the money, Charles
Rollins, the well known colorea horse
dealer, of New Vienna, lost the roll of
bills as he was hurrying through the
crowded streets around the court house
Saturday and when he attempted to
hand over the bills a few moments
later found to his -dismay, that there
was none In his pocket. He explains
that when the money was given him
at the bank, he put it in an outside
pocket so as to avoid the necessity of
counting It again, and hurried to meet
his friend. There were six $10 bills
and one $5 bill in the roll. He made
good the loss of the greenbacks (to his
friend but is worrying along $05 short
of what his horse operations for the
spring season have netted him Wil
mington Journal-Republican.
Have your sale bills printed at the
News-Herald. 50 bills in t o colors
and matter run in paper for 3 00.
THE GREAT MAY CLEARANCE OF
A T C Begins Saturday, May 16.
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