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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1914.
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Do you know where to get them?
The Place Where You Always Get the BEST.
Judge Newby Is holding court In
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
James Wlnegardner Tuesday morning.
Mr. and Mrs. John Newby, of Ma
rlon, are visiting their parents here.
Mrs. Louis Stanley is visiting' her
parents in Greenfield.
Capt. Melville W. Hays, of Wilming
ton, was here on legal business Friday.
Mrs. P. H. Miller and son spent
Friday in Cincinnati.
Noah Emery went to Cedar Point
Monday for a weeks outing.
Walter Worley, of Bainbrldge, spent
a few days last week with friends
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Watts are
spending a few days at Mineral
Miss Mary Kinney Reed wont to
Lakeside Saturday to spend the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolfram and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Malcom spent
Sunday with relatives in Westboro.
L. C. and J. W. Campbell and their
families were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. B. G. Slders, of Louden, Sunday.
Little Miss Ellen Reed is visiting
her uncles S. W. and J. W. Hiestand
Mrs. Jacob Hedges underwent an
operation in a Columbus hospital Sun
F. B. Roads, of New Orleans, La ,
Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Joseph
Mrs. Susan Rlttenhouse had as her
guests Monday, Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Gossett, of Greenfield.
Judge and Mrs. J. B. Worley are
spending this week at the Ross Coun
ty Sulphur Lick Springs.
Mrs. J. Ed Shannon and children
are visiting the former's sister, -Mrs.
Harry Boatman, on Fall Creek.
Miss Hattle Shotwell, of Norwood,
has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 0.
W. Rlber, the past week.
Charles Colvin, of Vincennes, Ind.,
was the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Colvin, over Sunday.
Victor and Elizabeth McNeil spent
Sunday with relatives near New Market.
C. F. Lyle, of Washington C. H.,
spent Monday with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James G. Lyle.
The Prlcetown orchestra will give a
concert at Prlcetown Saturday night.
Everybody cordially Invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm Gibson, of near
Dunn's Chapel, spent Tuesday with
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Vance.
Miss Nola McCoppin is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Owen Brown, in filan-chester.
Mrs. Jesse Britton and baby, of Mar
tinsville, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Doggett, Sunday.
Charles F. Clarke was in Columbus
Monday on business with the State
R, L. Boulware and two children
visited relatives at Williamsburg from
Friday until Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fair ley had as
their guests over Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Frostof Norwood.
John Horst, of Columbus, was called
here last week by the serious illness
of his brother, Otto.
Mrs. 0. S. Bell returned Friday from
a visit with Mrs. Thayer at Norwood.
Mrs. Thayer accompanied her for a
Misses Mary and Isma Frost, of
Norwood, returned home Saturday,
after a weeks visit with Miss Hazel
Misses Pauline and Margaret Ayres,
of Wilmington, were the guests of
their uncle, Frank Ayres, a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Weyrich and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose spent last
week at the Adam's County Mineral
Mrs. James M. Richards, who has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Burch
Rlber, returned to her home in Sablna,
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Vance had as
thelrguests Friday and Saturday, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde Wisby, of Hamilton,
and Mrs. C. O. Wisby, of Mt. Orab.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hickle returned
to their home in Cincinnati Sunday
evening, after a short visit with the
former's mother, Mrs. Stephen Hickle.
Aunt Liza Blanton returned Sun
day from Columbus, where she had
been visiting her son, James and wife i
Her son is sick with rheumatism.
X JAMES E. McDERMOTT
Republican Candidate for Auditor t
t My opponent has just finished two terms as County Com- t
t He 13 a man of wealth and influence; has as much need t
t for the salary as a wagon has for five wheels. t
X I have never asked for an elective office. J
f I served one term as Hillsboro's postmaster, .. ?
2 After a careful investigation President Taft made my ap- I
1 pointment a personal one. I
I went into that office as clean as a hounds tooth, other-
wise I could not have had it.' t
I came out of it just as clean.
j I want the Auditor's job for the salary, because it means
$ a living and education for my children. t
J That is where the postmaster's salary went and I am J
1 proud of the result, altho it left me just one jump i
Z ahead of the wolf,. You who have finished the edu- X
I cation of your children can appreciate the sacrifices.
t It will take a battle royal to win and thus far I have had
X to battle for every inch of my progress,
t I am asking you for your personal favor. If you grant it
t I win and I assure.you it means everything to me.
I JAMES E. McDERMOTT t
Master Homer Horst is visiting rela
tives In Leesburg
Lynchburg will hold a Home Com
ing on August 13 and 14.
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Winkle and son
spent Sunday with friends in Ripley.
Miss Vivian Leber spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. William Morgan,
Mrs A. II. Beam visited her parents
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Garrett, near Bel
fast, last week.
Mr. and Mrs Dink Rockhold, Miss
Adina Larkin and Ralph spent Sun
day at Mineral Springs.
Miss Hazel Worlev has been vlsitlnc
Misses Mary and Irma Frost, at Nor
wood, since Saturday.
Misses Laura Ferry and Mabel Mov
er, of Pittsburg, are the guests of the
former's sister, Mrs. will Huggins.
Mrs. Sarah Purdy spent the latter
part of last week with her daughter,
Mrs. Allen Pence, near Shackelton.
Miss Josephine Wilkin, of Shackel
ton, has been visiting her grandmoth
er, Mrs. Berlin, for a few days.
Mrs. Ellsworth Wilkin, of Danville,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George
Pugh, from Friday until Monday.
Miss Anna Evans returned Tuesday
from a visit with Miss Susan Semple.
at Covington, Ky;
Miss Nina Glenn was the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Curtis, of 'Mt.
Vernon, from Friday until Monday.
James Fislar, who has been a guest
at .the home of Mr and Mrs. E. H.
McClure, returned to his home in
Seymour, Ind., Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Coffman and
daughter and Mrs. Wesley Kesler vis
ited relatives at Shackelton Saturday
night and Sunday.
Otto F. Horse has been very sick
the past week. Wednesday morning
his physicians stated that ne was Just
about holding his own.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stockwell, of
Danville, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Pugh, Saturday and Sun
day. Prof. Fay McJIullen, of Columbiana
was called here Friday by tha serious
illness of his father, John M. McMul-len.
Dr. Lon W. Haynes, of Detroit,
Mich., was the guest of his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Haynes, a few days
Miss Sara Worley entertained a com
pany of young ladles with bridge Fri
day afternoon for her guest, Miss Mary
Fltts, of Newark, N. J.
Mrs. John F. Nelson and daughter,
Miss Nelle, gave a reception Friday
afternoon for their guest, Mrs. I. L.
Mahan, of St. Louis, Mo.
Mrs. William F. Allen entertained
with a dinner Saturday evening for
the members of the Saturday Night
Mrs. A. E. Miller, who has been vis
iting Mrs. Adam Krug and other
friends here, has returned to her home
lu Parkersburg, W. Va.
Mrs. George B. Gardner and daugh
ter, Miss Grace, entertained the rela
tives of Mrs. I. L. Mahan, of St. Louis,
Mo., and Miss Kitty Barrere, of Los
Angeles, Cal., Thursday evening.
James McDermott, Jr., left Satur
day for Little Rock, Ark., where he
has secured the position of cost ac
countant with the Democratic News
& Job Printing Co.
Mr. and Mrs Ernest nughes and
children, who have been spending a
week on Judge Hughes' farm at Mar
shall, spent Monday with friends here,
returning to their home that evening.
Miss Ruth Hughes, Walter Hllllard
and Charles Carroll left Monday on
the Dahl-MUllkan excursion to Cedar
Point, Detroit and other points on
the Great Lakes.
Glenn Duke, of Bartlesvllle, Okla.,
who has been visiting his mother,
Mrs. 0.' A. Duke, left Saturday for
Bloomlngton, 111., where he will visit
his sister, Mrs. J. A. Thorpe, before
Mrs. Arch Vance and Mrs. John
Collins returned Sunday from Flem
lngsburg, Ky., where they attended
the wedding of a relative. Mr. Collins
and Virgil Vance met them in Cincinnati.
Howard Elmore and Rutherford
Hetherlngton spent Sunday with the
former's brother, Lon, who is at
Christ's Hospital In Cincinnati, where
he recently underwent an operation
from which he is recovering nicely.
State Senator M. A, Broadstone,
who Is a candidate for renomlnation
on the Republican ticket, was here
Monday in the interests of his candi
dacy. The rotation rule has been In
effect In this district ever since It was
formed, but Senator Broadstone thinks
this Is the time lo break it. -
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Paul Sanderson, of Logan, is the
guest of his brother. E. T. Sanderson.
Miss Mabel Hodson, of Blanchester,
is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sander
Mrs. Theodore Perln gave a dinner
Tuesday evening for a number of her
young lady friends.
Miss Olive Berryman left Wednes
day morning ror a visit with friends
Mrs. Burgus and daughter, of Co
lumbus, returned home Monday after
a visit with Mrs. Stella Seaman.
Mrs. C. M. Harsha, who has been
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Fay Mc
Mullen, in Columbus, returned home
Mrs. Thomas Hern, of Madlsonville
was the guest of her mother, Mrs.
Elizabeth Pearce, a few days last
July 13, 1914.
Mrs. Mary Blshlr and son, Troy, will
leave Friday tospend acoupleof weeks
with her parents in West Virginia.
Born to James L. Sonner and wife,
July 11, a daughter.
Mrs. Mary Robinson spent one day
last week with her sister, Mrs. Wm.
Roberts, at Hollowtown.
John Fouch and wife and daughter,
Mattle, were pleasantly entertained
at the home of A. B. Robinson arid
wife Thursday evening. Ice cream
and cake were served.
Amos Hawk and wife entertained a
number of their relatives and friends
to dinner Sunday.
Several from here attended the band
concert given at Danville Thursday
W. B. Jacks made a business trip to
"Mason's", Pints, Quarts and Half
Atlas "Ez Seal'" Pints, Quarts and
Ball "Sure Seal", Pints and Quarts.
"Lightning" Amber Color, Quarts
"Standard" Wax Top, Quarts and
"Queen", Square Shape, Pints and
If you buy here you take no chance
of getting any cracked or broken
jars, for every jar is thoroughly ex
amined and all bad ones taken out.
Extra Lids, Rubbers, Sealing Wax,
Jelly Glasses, etc. All at lowest
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kibler and
Mrs. Harry LeFevre havo been visit
ing friends at Willlamsport since
Mr. and Mrs. John Coyner and Mr.
and Mrs. George Murray and daugh
ter, of Austin, spent. Sunday with
Judge and Mrs. J. Frank Wilson.
Mrs. H. D. Davis and Miss Harriett
Ervin, of Cleveland, have been visit
ing Mrs. Al. Strain and other rela
tives here the past week.
K. C. Rains, who has been with an
orchestra In a theater boat plying the
Ohio, Mississippi and Missouri Rlversl
for several months, came home Friday.
Charles Workman and son, after a
two weeks visit with relatives here,
returned to their home at Charleston,
W. Va , Wednesday morning.
Miss Louanna Ambrose returned to
her home In Norwood, Tuesday, after
a weeks visit with her sister, Mrs.
Miss Ruth and Master Paul Setty
have returned home after a pleasant
visit with their grandmother, Mrs. H.
D. McKeehan, at Sinking Spring.
Miss Marguerite Setty remained for an
The Economy Store
"When do you take your outing ?"
"When I get my inning."
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Faris and
daughter, Miss Madge, Miss Lucille
Ridgeway and James Puckett spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. F.
Kibler, at Wlllettsvllle.
Mrs. Rachel West and daughter,
Mrs. Fred Hibben, and children re
turned Friday from a short visit with
the former's son, Howard, at Middle- J
Miss Mary Fltts, of Newark, N, J.,
returned home Friday, after an ex
tended visit with Mrs. Earl R. Slutz
and Miss Sara Worley.
Mrs. Harley Wilkin and son, Daniel,
returned to their home in Washing
ton, C. H.. Friday, after a short visit
with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. N. Bean.
Hon. and Mrs. J. J. Pugsley have
gone to York Harbor, Me., to spend
the balance of the summer with Mr.
r.nd Mrs. Henry Graham Brown and
children, of Pittsburg, Pa. Mrs.
Brown is their daughter.
Richard H. Dent, aged 09, dldd at
his home In Dayton Thursday from
softening of the brain. The body was
brought here Friday and the funeral
1 held at the A. M. E. churck Sunday
oftamnnn At-. 9 ftVlrulr T7a urn. .-
merly a resident of Hlllsboro.
CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Farmers & Traders National Bank
At Hillsboro, in the State of Ohio, at the close of bus
iness, June 30, 1914.
Five times a year we make a detailed Statement of our
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.
Loans and Discounts $331,938.54
U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation 50,000.00
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
Capital Stock $ 50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 28,964.62
Comparison of Deposits
June 30, 1894 s 60,685.06
June 30, 1898 T $180,701.92
June 30, 1904 $254,524.29
June 30, 1910 $432,329.49
June 30, 1014 Sj&SoSjSOl O0
Farmers & Traders National Bank
J. Matthews, Prts. J. D. t Spargur, Vice Pre. Philip 0. Berg, Cashier