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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1914.
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HARYEST SALE OF
DRIED PEACHES
LAST OP THE SEASON
Regular Price 10 and 15c per lb. Sale price
8c Per Pound
BUY NOW FOR THRESHERS
Conard's Grocery
The Place Where You Always Gefc the BEST.
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S. L. Campbell, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of relatives here Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Eggeling Is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Will Payne, of
London.
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Mr. and Mrs. Will Payne, of London,
spent f rbm Friday until Monday with
the latter's sister, Miss Cora Eggellng.
Mrs. P. II. Miller entertained Satur
day evening for Mrs. Percy Smith, of
Williamsburg.
Miss Elizabeth Chaney entertained
with cards on Friday evening for Miss
Lida Shack, of Columbus.
Miss Florence Harsh a spent from
Saturday until Monday the guest of
relatives at Harshaville.
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Mr. and Mrs. Percy B. Smith, of
Williamsburg, are visiting relatives
and friends here.
Galloway Hibben, of Pittsburg, Pa.,
visited his parents; Mr. and Mrs J. M.
Hibben, over the Fourth.
Mrs. Lulu Barrere will return today
from a two weeks visit with relatives
in Cincinnati.
Miss Leo Parker, of Hillsboro, was
a pleasant guest of Miss Virginia
White, Saturday and Sunday. Ripley
Bee.
Major and Mrs. A. W. Underwood
and children spent Sunday with friends,
in-Cincinnati.
John Gains, of Cincinnati, was the
guest of relatives here Saturday and
Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grluln spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
in Chlllicothe.
Mrs. John L. Miller and children
were the guests of relatives in West
Union the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Inskeep, of
Washington C. II., were the guests of
the former's sister, Mrs. C. W. Riber,
Sunday.
Mrs. John S. Jolly, of Dayton, Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Russell
Muntz.
Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jonte, of Nor
wood, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. 0. Vance, Sunday.
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Miss Harriett Oonk, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of Mrs C. M. Kerns
from Friday until Monday.
Miss Louie Carlisle, of Columbus,
visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Carlisle, from Friday until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. George Webster and
son, who have been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Berryman, returned home
Saturday.
Miss Catherine Mclntyre, of Cincin
nati, and Mrs. Gus Gohman, of St.
Bernard, spent Saturday and Sunday
with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Morgan, Miss
Cora Bell and Mrs. H. M. Brown were
the guests of R. H. Jackson, near
Chlllicothe, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hammill, of
Bellalre, were the guests of the form
er's sister, Miss Mary Hammill, Satur
day and Sunday.
City Mail Carrier R. L. Boulware Is
taking his annual two weeks vacation.
Substitute Carrier Sigel Mullenix Is
working In his place.
Mrs. M. A. Hosteller, of Shelton,
Neb., has been visiting Mrs. M. L.
Gregg and Mrs. Burch Riber, for a
couple of weeks.
Gilbert Moler, of Chlllicothe, and
Miss Anna Benton, of Leesburg, were
married at the Children's Home July
4, Rev. John Howard ofllciatlng.
Miss Margaret Burr, of Columbus,
spent a few days here last week. She
left Monday for Philadelphia, where
she will attend school.
Earl Miller, .captain-elect, and Slgel
Mullenlx, first lieutenant-elect, of Co.
D, O.N. G., were in Columbus Wednes
day to take examinations for these
offices.
& REPORT 173 a
NO. 2440.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Merchants National Bank
At Hillsboro In the State of Ohio at the
close of business June 30th, 1914.
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts $458,600 46
U.S Bonds to secure circulation 100,000 00
Other bonds to secure Pustalsav-
lngs 10,000 00
U. S. Uondsonhand GOO 00
Bonds, Securities etc (other than
Stocks) 90,700 00
Banking Bouse, Furniture and
Flxtu res 14,000 00
Due from approved Reserve
Agents... 106,482 81
Checks and other Cash Items.... 1,359 03
Notes of other National Banks... 8,645 00
Fractional Paper Currency Nick
els and Cents 01 27
Lawful Money reserve In bank viz:
Specie I 132.290 85
Leeal-tender notes f 4,900 00 87,190 85
Redemption Fund with U. S.
Treasurer (5 per ct. circulation) 5,000 00
Total ,. 1832,545 42
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock paid In 1100,000 00
Surplus fund 60.000 00
Undivided Profits, lets expenses
and Taxes Paid 15,005 66
National Bank Notes outstanding 98,200 00
Individual deposits subject to
Check .., .$568,549 37
Postal Savin (13 deposits 697 43$ 569,246.80
Liabilities other than above stat
ed Premium Account 92 86
Total $332,515 43
State of Ohio, l.
County of Highland, f
I, Dick Rockhold, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement Is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
Dick RooKnoLD, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
7th day of July, 1914. D. Q.Monuow,
Notary Public.
COBIIECT ATTEST :
O. N. Sams,
J. M. Uiuuen, VDlrectorB,
SAM It. FBE, )
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Since our organization as a
National Bank, in 1879 we
have rendered to the Comp
troller of the Currency 173
reports of our condition.
The annexed speaks for
itself showing, as it does, a
footing of nearly a million
dollars. We realize that
the most valuable asset of
a bank is that of public con
fidence and we have always
furnished our dep o si tors
every safe guard and pro
tection for their funds, and
we shall continue to do so
in the future as in the past.
Member Federal Reserve Bank
Merchants National Bank
HILLSBORO, OHIO
Mrs. Mack Bonner was the guest of
relatives at Sugartree Ridge Suuday.
Fred Ilddson, of Dlanchester, was a
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ova Hopkins,
the past week.
John Squiros and Aaron Spargur, of
Groentleld, spent Sunday with friends
here.
Miss Goldle Mauntell, of Wllmlng
ton, spent Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. George Mauntell.
Edward Merrick, of Cleveland, is
visiting his aunt. Mrs. Lyman Beech-
er.
C. F. Lyle, of Washington O. H.,
spent Saturday and Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. James G. Lyle.
Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Richards and
son and W. W. Ruble and family
spent Sunday at the Point.
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Vance are
spending this week with the former's
father at Hollowtown.
Misses Mary and Irma Frost, of
Norwood, are visiting Miss Hazel
Worley.
Mrs. Isaao Cohn and daughter, Miss
Lillian, are visiting relatives at
Georgetown, Ky.
James Fishlar, of Seymour, Ind., is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
E. H. McClure this week.
Mrs. Emma Meek and son, Glenn,
of New Castle, Ind., are visiting the
former's daughter, Mrs. Ova Hopkins.
John nopklns, who Is attending
Miami University at Oxford, spent
from Friday until Monday with rela
tives here.
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Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown, of Hydo
Park, Cincinnati, were the guests of
the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed.
Colvin, over the Fourth.
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Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wilkin and
son, Daniel, of Washington C. H.,
wero the guests of relatives here Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Caldwell and
children, of Greenfield, were guests of
Charles RIdgeway and family irom
Friday until Monday.
IrsTwIlllam "Kent and son, Henry,
and daughters, Misses Lena and Ruth,
spent Sunday at Leesburg with the
former's son, Ben.
Henry Grad, of Mt. Auburn, Cin
cinnati, returned to his home Sunday
evening, after spending a week with
his grandmother, Mrs. Sophia Devltt.
Miss Florence Jones, of Leesburg,
and Miss Mabel Kerr, of Belfast, were
entertained by Mr. and Mrs. James
Reece from Friday until Monday.
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O. E. Stanforth has purchased the
blacksmithlntr business of James
Swlsshelm on N. H. Street. Mr.
Stanforth took charge of the business
last week.
A. W. Underwood.-Hamlln Smith,
Bert Harwood and VY. G. Hogsett
played with the Buford Band for the
Fourth of July Celebration at Sar
dinia.
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Mr. and Mrs. Otto Blttlemeyer and
children, of Los Angeles, Cal., and
Ernest Blttlemeyer, of Cincinnati,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burch
Ervin, Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Winkle spent
Saturday with relatives at Mowrys-
town and attended the Sunday School
Convention at Sugartree Ridge, Sun
day. Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Faris, Rev. B. F.
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. John Faris, Dr.
and Mrs. I. L. DeHass and J ames
Puckett attended the Sunday School
Convention at Sugartree Ridge, Sun
day. Dr. L. Nelson and children, r. and
Mrs. George W. Barrere, Jr , and
children and Miss Kilty Barrere
are spending this week at the Chalet
Rocky Forks of Harry D. Waddell at
the Point.
Mrs. Laura Collins and Mrs. Esta
Vance left this morning for Flemings
burg, Ky., to attend the wedding of
their cousin, Miss Clara Hetherington,
the daughter of Mrs. S. L. Hethering
ton, of Flemingsburg, Ky.
Mrs. Robert Smith and daughter,
Catherine, of Clrcleville, were guests
of the former's mother, Mrs. James
W. Patterson, from Friday untl
Tuesday. Mrs. Smith returned home
Tuesday, but her daughter remained
jfor a visit.
Friends and relatives of the bride
here have received announcements of
the marriage of Miss Anna Hopkins
and W. H. Klein, of Barberton, on
Tuesday, June 30. Mrs. Klein formerly
resided here whore she has many
friends, They will make their home
in Barberton.
Misses JLora Underwood, Goldle
Mauntell, Myra Johnson, Dolly Hoi
laday and Hazel Worley, of this
place, and Joseph Derlvan, Howard
Penn, Harry Curtis and Harry Mer
cer, of New Vienna, and Dr. Carl
Ebert, of this place, had a very pleas
ant picnic on the Underwood farm
near Fallsville, Sunday.
Miss Anna Evans will go to Coving
ton, Ky., today for a visit with Miss
Susan Temple.
Miss Adina Larkin, of Cleveland,
Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dick Rock-
hold.
Miss Eva Martin, of Kokomo, Ind.,
arrived here Sunday for a two weeks
visit with her father, John A. Martin.
Mrs. L. B, Boyd entertained a com
pany of ladies with a luncheon and
bridge on Tuesday.
Mrs. Ethel Kelly, of Sablna, visited
Mrs. La ora Ream, of Berry vllle, a f w
days last week.
All members of the W U. T. U. are
earnestly requested to be at the Pres
byterlan church Monday afternoon
promptly at 2 o'clock.
The Ladles A?d Society of the
Church of Christ will give an ice
cream social on the Court House
lawn Saturday evening, July 11,
Miss Bertha Bell gave a card party
Tuesday night for Misses Mary Kinney
Reed and Mildred Morgan.
Mrs. Conard Roads and children
were the guests of relatives at Logan,
the past week.
Mrs. Hugh Ellifrltz and son, of
Elkhaat, Ind., are guests of the form
er's mother, Mrs. Ad. Koch.
Mrs George Muntz and son are vis
iting relatives at Zanesville and Columbus.
Kirby Jolly returned to his home in
Huntington, W. Va., Wednesday,
after a weeks visit with his mother,
Mrs. Russell Muntz.
Mrs. J. C. Larkin entertained a
number of the young friends of their
children Saturday afternoon with a
children's party.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Harper and
son and daughter, of Washington, C.
H , were guests -of Mrs. George B.
Gardner, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Johnson and son,
Henry, of Columbus, were guests Sat
urday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Escoe Ervln.
Mr. ctnd Mrs. J.W. Haggerty have
returned home after a weeks visit
with their daughter, Mrs. R. A. Davis,
of Russellville.
Mrs. VVickersham, of Clifton, Cin
cinnati will arrive here today for a
short visit with her parents, Capt. and
Mrs. A. A. Kennedy.
Mrs. Clyde Davis and son, Malcolm,
were called to Sanders, Ky., Tuesday
on account of the serious illness of the
former's parents.
Walter F. Smith, of Williamsburg,
will return home today, after a few
days visit with Mr. and Mrs. L. F.
Boulware.
Prof. John Roads went to Lake For
est, 111., Monday, where he will teach
In the summer school of Lake Forest
Academy.
Mr. and Mrs. Burch Hannaford and
children and Mrs. Charles Young, of
Portsmouth, were the guests of Thos.
Hannaford, the past week.
Miss Anna Evans entertained a
company of young ladles Wednesday
afternoon for Mrs. Harley Wilkin, of
Washington C. H.
At the meeting of the County Com
mlsssloners Monday W. C. Martin, of
Sardinia, was appointed local commis
sioner on Free Turnpike No. 96, suc
cf edlng J. F. Robblns, resigned.
Mrs. I. F. Mahan, ot St. Louis, Mo.,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs.
John F. Nelson, and other relatives
here for two weeks, will return home
tomorrow.
Mrs. W. R. Lukens and son. left
Monday for a visit with Mrs. Lukens'
mother in Columbus. Miss Marguerite
Lucas, who has been visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Lukens, accompanied them.
Mrs. L. H. Dill entertained with a
supper and cards on Tuesday evening
for Miss Julia Collins, of York City,
who is a guest at the home of Rev.
and Mrs. George B. Beecher.
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Miss Harriett L. Ayres will speak
at the Presbyterian Church at Mar
shall Sunday night, July 12, telling of
her experience in getting out of Mex
ico and the work there.
CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OP
Farmers & Traders National Bank
At Hillsboro, in the State of Ohio, at the close of bus
iness, June 30, 1914.
our
Five times a year we make a detailed Statement of
Affairs to the Comptroller at Washington
We ask you to look over the report we publish today and
note the splendid growth in deposits during past few years.
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts $331,938.04
Overdrafts None
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation 60,000.00
U. S. and Other Bonds 188,089.60
Furniture and Fixtures 7,000.00
Due from Banks and U. S. Treasury ..73,226.54
Cash on Hand 47,308.44 120,534.98
$697,563.12
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock $ 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 28,964.62
Circulation 49,297.50
Deposits 569,301.00
$697,563.12
Comparison of Deposits
June 30, 1894 S 60,685.96
June 30, 1898 $180,701.92
June 30, 1904 $254,524.29
June 30, 1910 $432,323.49
Jun.30.I9H 8469,301.00
Farmers & Traders National Bank
J. Malta, Pres.
J. D. W. Spargur, Vice Pres.
Philip G. Berg, Cashier
G W. Ouster, of Cincinnati, visited
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cus
ter, Sunday.
Lewis Snider and Miss Blanche
Shepherd, both of Greenfield, were
united in marriage at the Children's
Home June 24, Rev. John Howard,
olllclatlng.
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F. ti. Hibben, of the Cleveland
Electric Illuminating Co., is apprais
ing the plant and equipment of the
Hillsboro Light and Fuel Co., for the
State Public Utilities Commission.
COMING
Ralph Mitchell, of Cleveland, spent
Saturday and Sunday with his wife
and children, who are visiting Mrs.
Mitchell's parents, Col. and Mrs. L.
B. Boyd.
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Will S. Duckwall. of Indianapolis.
Ind., Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Chaney, of
Highland, and D. O Armstrong and
daughter, of Westboro, were guests of
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Duckwall, Satur
day. The roof of the residence occupied
by Hester West on E. Beech street
caught fire from a spark Monday
morning. The blaze was put out be
fore the department arrived.
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Miss Margaret Chaney was the
guest of her cousins, Misses Gertrude
and Edith Gardner, at Washington
C. H. the past week.
Car choice yellow
shell corn at 78c per
bu. in lots to suit
Farmers.
RICHARD'S MILL
Notice
John Pfarr will clean and press and
mend that suit until it will look u
good as new. 1 also do dry cleaning.
Give me a call. Brunner's Shod
Shop. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holmes have
returned from a pleasant trip to East
Liverpool, where they attended the
State G. A. R. Encampment. They
also visited relatives at Youngstown
and their son at Cleveland.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Connor, of
West Union, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley
Dunlap and son, Connor, of Washing
ton, O. n., were guests of Mr. and .
Mrs. A. T. Thomas Sunday afternoon. '
Miss Ellen Steele left Monday for
Setag Camp on Lake. Pleasant In the j
Adlrondacks. The camp is held annu
ally and is composed of young glrls.of
high school age. There Is a counsellor j
for each group of four girls and Miss
Steele is acting In this capacity. The
girls under her charge are from Cin
cinnati and were students last year in
the University School, Cincinnati,
where Miss Steele is a teacher. She
secured her appointment at the ear
nest solicitation of the mothers of the
girls.
CHANEY'S tpbCUItt GHANEY'S
The House with your kind of Pictures
A well Balanced Program of Personally Selected
Subjects Every Night in the Week.
You don't have to make any Apologies when
You take your Friends to the ORPHEUM
Neither do you have to select any Particular
Night, for it's Always Cool.
Things to Remember About This House
A Corking Good Comedy Nearly Every Night
A Vitagraph Nearly Every Night
Always Clean, Cool and Sanitary. Your children can
go alone.
A House that Personally Selects Every Program The
World Before Your Eyes Every Friday.
Admission only 5c Monday, Wednesday, Friday
10c on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
THERE IS A DIFFERENCE SEE THE DIFFERENCE
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