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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1914.
THE NEWS-HERALD
GRANVILLE BARRERE - - - Editor and Manager
PUBIiXSZXBQ 33VEHY TEJUnSDAY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One Year (In Advance) $1-00
Six Months 50
Three Mouths 25
Entered at Post Office, HlUsboro, Ohio, as Second Glass Matter.
ADVERTISING RATES Will Be Made Known on Application.
Not Christian Nations.
"Prepare for war and thus preserve peace" has frequently been
the argument advanced by those favoring a large army and navy
in time of peace. For years Germany, Austria Hungary, France,
Russia and England have steadily increased the size of their armies
and navies, compelling every man to do military service. Did this
preserve peace ? The war now raging all over Europe is the answer.
Carefully we have read the papers and magazine to find some
great principle at stake for which the nations of Europe are daily
slaughtering thousands of men and have been unable to find one.
Selfishness, hatred, greed, jealousy and ambition of the rulers of
the countries seem to be the sole causes of the war. And to satisfy
these base motives of the rulers men gladly risk their lives and
perform deeds of valor and display heroism that all must admire.
Thousands will die, thousands will be maimed for life, lands will
be devastated; homes destroyed, want, misery, horrible suffering,
pillage and famine will be endured by the people of the warring
nations. No one can paint a picture as dark and grewsome as the
actual conditions will be. And the men mainly responsible for the
war will be the ones who suffer last.
The war is a travesty on the sincerity of the religious belief
professed by seven of the nations engaged in the struggle. All of
them are professed adherents of the teachings of the Nasarene,
Him who came with a message of love, peace and good will ; who
said that the first and great commandment was to "love the Lord,
thy God, with all thy heart" and the second was like unto it "to
love thy neighbor as thyself." And still those responsible for the
terrible war will offer prayers to this same God asking his help and
his blessing in what they are doing. By Belgian,' French, England
and Russian ministers will be uttered one prayer and from Ger
man, Austrian and Hungarian ministers will be offered an opposite
prayer to the same God and all of them claim that they have been
chosen by God as his special servants on earth.
No matter what they may profess the nations now at war are
not truly Christian nations.
The definition given by Gen. Sherman of war well describes
the time spent in a dentist's chair.
When you hear a political speaker pleading to "let the people
rule", usually what he wants is, "let me rule-."
It is not where you are but who you are with that determines
your pleasure and enjoyment.
In the advertisement of a circus we notice as a special feature,
"the girl who throws the bull", and we wonder why this should be
considered anything unusual, as where can you find a girl who does
not throw the "bull."
BERRYVILLE.
August 31, 1614.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaney, of Greenfield,
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs.
Evaline McCoy.
Mrs. Scott Hastings entertained the
Sewing Club Thursday.
Mrs C. C. Eaklns will lead prayer
meeting next Wednesday night. The
prayer meetings have been largely at
tended throughout the summer.
Miss Martha Cunningham was
thrown from a buggy in a runaway
accident Sunday evening, receiving
several bad bruises and cuts. She is
able to be out again. '
Mrs. Mattie Eaklns called at the
home of Grover McCoy Saturday.
Mrs. Dr. Lafferty and daughter,
Miss Alice, of nillsboro, spent Thurs
day with E. E. West and wife.
R. B. West, George Ballentine, E
E. West and George VanZant are
erecting silos on their farms.
Mrs. Harry Shannon has returned
home after spending several days with
Frank Kelley and wife in Hillsboro.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. West were in
Hillsboro Monday.
Mrs. Ova Creed, of Carey town, spent
Sunday here.
Mrs. Jane Eaklns spent Sunday
with her granddaughter, Mrs. Ilarry
Shannon.
Keeps Your Liver Healthily Active.
A man in Kentucky just told a friend
that Foley Cathartic Tablets were the
most wonderful medicine that had ever
entered his system. Said he would
not be without them. Neither would
you, if you had ever tried them. A
thoroughly cleansing cathartic for
chronic constipation or for an occa
sional purge.
adv Garrett & Ayres.
"These collapsible opera hats are a
great convenience."
"So?"
"Yes ; you have no idea how much
room they save In a Hat. "Louisville
Courier-Journal.
Hives, eczema, itch or salt rheum
Bets you crazy. Can't bear the touch
of your clothing. Doan's Ointment is
fine far skin itching. All druggists sell
It, 60c a box. adv
HARRISBURG.
August31. 1914.
John Eyler and wife lost by death
Thursday night their youngest child,
aged 10 months. Funeral Saturday at
New Market Baptist Church, con
ducted by Dr. Holllngsworth. They
have the sympathy of this community
In their sad bereavement.
J. O. Harris and wife visited rela
tives in Clinton county last week.
Mrs. Margaret Gibler, of Point
Victory, Is visiting her brother, T. R.
Vance and wife and other relatives
here this week
Homer narrls' baby was very sick
last week, but Is better.
J. W. Emery has been confined to
his bed the pas. ten days with fever.
Wilbur Harris, of Lumberton, was
a business caller here Friday.
L. O. Warne is building an addi
tion to his house.
Wm. Walker, of Fairfax, was a bus.
iness caller here Saturday evening.
E. C. Vance and wife, of Highland,
visited the former's parents here Sun-
day.
M. E. Harris and daughter. Clara
spent Sunday with Marlon Shoemaker
and family, at Pleasant.
I. T Vance and family spent Sun
day with G. W. Sanders and family.
Chas. Edgington transacted business
In Leesburg last week.
Hundreds of bushels of fruit, h.
been taken from this neighborhood
ana sola on the markets.
Dizzy Head, Fluttering Heart,
Floating Specks.
These are signs of kidney and bladder
trouble. You'll have headaches too;
backaches and be tired all over. Don't
wait longer, but take Foley Kidney
Pills at once. Your miserable sick
feeling will be gone. You will sleep
well, eat well and grow strong and ac
tive again. Tr them.
adv. Garrett & Ayres
LEESBURG.
Aug. 31, 1914.
Mrs. G. A. Pavey Bpont tho past
week In New Carlisle, the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Alford Kester.
Miss Margery Durnell was a guest of
relatives In Greentield over Sunday.
Mrs. David Sanders was the week-end
guest of her daughter, Mrs, G. L.
Woodmansee, at Washington C. H.
Mrs Margaret Teter visited rela
tives in Greenfield last Thursday and
Friday.
Mrs. R. L Andrews left Saturday
for tier home In Dallas, Tex., after a
pleasant extended visit with relatives
here.
U. B. Cox is a business visitor In
Columbus this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Baker, of Columbus,
are guests of Mrs. Nora Haas and
family.
Arthur Grandle and wife and John
Smith and wife motored to Sabina
Sunday and attendeJ camp meeting. ,
Walter Lytle, who has spent the
past year in Illinois, is visiting his
parents, Albert Lytle and wife.
The Bethany Bible Class will hold
its monthly social at the home of Mrs.
John Smith Thvrsday evening. All
members are urged to be present as
tills Is the time for electing new offi
cers for the coming year. A special
program has been arranged and will be
rendered at this meeting.
Mrs. J. V. Guthrie and daughter,
Leonore, and son, Adna, were shopping
In Washington C. H., Thursday.
Mrs. Nancy MUner, of Colorado
Springs, is the guest of her son, Rev.
k. B. Milner, and family.
Mrs. C. C. Redkey spent the past
week In Yellow Springs with her
father and sister, Rev. Mlddleton and
daughter, Miss Belle.
Mrs. Terry Slaughter and children
visited relatives in Columbus the past
week.
I. E. Davis and two sons enjoyed a
weeks vacation in Columbus' recently.
Dr. VanPelt, district superintend
ent, delivered an able sermon from
the M. E. pulpit Sunday evening.
Miss Estella Hodson has recovered
from her recent Illness.
Miss Nelle Dawson, of Hillsboro,
was calling on friends here Sunday
afternoon.
Mrs. Nannie Sanders and daughter,
Kathryn, were visitors in Cincinnati
Friday night and Saturday.
Prof. Wilbur Cornetet and family,
of South Salem, were visitors here
Sunday afternoon."
Bell's Opera House, Sept. 5
HtLLsBono, Sept 1. toM.
Kcijl. Grocets
TERRIFIC WAR OF THE MINSTRELS
V
ERSATILE
Entertainers Armed with
Nature's nifts and their own
Accomplishments lend
MARSHALL.
August 31, 1914.
Mrs. Milton Reed spent Monday
with James Anderson and wife, of
Overman.
Mrs. Vernon Miller and sons, Fran
ces and Ralph, of Wilmington, spent
from Thursday until Saturday with
Jesse Wise and family.
Fred Watts and family, of Lees
burg, and Mrs. J. E. Shannon and
children, of Hillsboro, visited Mrs. R.
L. Watts and family Wednesday.
Mrs. Anne Elliott, Mrs. Loyal Dick,
A. G. Spruance and Grace Boyd are
sick.
Mrs. F. M. Main, who has spent the
past week with Frank Kelley and
family returned home Saturday.
The children of G. W. Miller met at
his home Sunday and had a family re
union.
Thomas Watts and famllv. of. Iowa.
started for home Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Burch Miller and sons and
Mrs. Gatch Snruance visited friends
at Prospect Saturday.
Harry Wright and famllv snent
Sunday with Frank Elliott and fam
ily.
James Creed and famllv visited
Mrs. Evaline Carlisle and family Sunday.
Viola Sypherd left Saturdav for
Xenla where she expects to teach the
coming year.
Mrs. Anne Elliott and James Elliott
and family spent Sunday afternoon
witn Drank Elliott and family.
F. M. Main and Miss Golda Fannine-
visited John Fanning, of Samantha,
Sunday.
Miss Blanch Hunter oalled on Wil
liam Creed and family Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Mason and famllv were callinc
on Berry ville friends Sunday.
" Why don'tyonget an automobile ?"
"Because I don't know whether or
not I could manage one."
"You didn't let that consideraMnn
stop you when you wanted a wife."!
Boston Transcript. '
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy as much as twelve
years ago. Atthat time I was serious
ly ill with summer complafnt. One
dose of this remedy checked the trou
ble," writes Mrs. O. W, Florence, Rook
field, Ind. Forsaleby All Dealers, adr
E F. Davis, state executioner, has
executed 180. persons In New York
state prisons. '
"My child was burned terribly about
the face, neck and chest. I .applied
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. The pain
ceased, and the child sank Into a rest
ful sleep," Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson,
Hamburg, N. Y. adv
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RIGINAL
Investiture to Witty Songs,
Wise Sayings, and Clever
Dancing:, Displaying; the
IQANTIC
Strides made In Pirouetting:
Terpslchorean Art, accom
panied by Vogel's
NORMOUS
Symphony Orchestra, com
bining;, as a whole, a re
markable offering; In which
a most
AVISH
Display of everything: con
ducive to refined entertain
ment may be found.
VICTORIOUS ENO.AaEM.ENTS
EVERYWHERE BY
John W.
VOGEL'S
BIG ARHAHENT OF
IFTY y I
Tiring J GS uGlfS
FORMIDABLE
ORIEF
DESTROYINQ
ARMY
OF
COriEDIANS
VOCALISTS
DANCERS
DOUBLE MILITARY CORNET BAND
AUGMENTED SYHPHONY ORCHESTRA
BRILLIANTLY
CAPARISONED
Free Street Parade Daily
Reservations Sept. 3, at Van-zant's.
PRICES
25c, 50c, 75c
World's Largest-Best Gathering of Fun-Furnishing
Fusiladers.
Coming September 9, "The Third Degree."
SHARPSVILLE
August 31, 1914.
Mrs. Lee Duncan and daughters,
Ethel and Eula, called on Mrs. Eliza
beth Rankin Monday.
B. F. Lowman and family spent
Wednesday with Isaac Jones.
Miss Mabel Sharp, of Cincinnati, is
taking her vacation with her parents,
Frank Sharp andowife.
Branson Chaney spent last week
with his grandmother, Mrs. Sarah
Chaney, of near New Vienna.
Slgel Lowman and wife, of Hills
boro, spent Saturday night and Sun
day with C. E. Chaney. They also
had T. J. Lowman and wife as their
guests Sunday.
Mrs. Catherine Sharp took dinner
with Frank Sharp and family Sun
day. Lena, Bessie and Mary Burton
spent Sunday with Corrinna and
Celeste Lowman. -
Wm. Alexander and wife spent Sun
day afternoon with Frank Alexander.
Kobert Polk and family, of Hills
boro, visited at (the home of James
Polk Sunday.
Harley Achor and family spent Sun
day with Mrs. Sarah Achor.
Miss Faye Purdy is visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Fred Pierson.
FRANKLIN VALLEY.
August. 31, 1914.
Mrs. Amanda Smith, who lias been
visiting Mrs. Emma McCoy and fam
ily returned to her home in Spr ng
Held the past wank.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Henry and daugh
ter, Ruth, spent Saturday night and
Suuday with the former's brother,
Wm. Henry, of Highland
Mrs. John Sams and children spent
Thursday eve with her mother, Mrs.
Mary McCoppin.
Mrs. Lee Leibrock and children
who visited relatives in Adams Co.
the past week, returned home Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Henry and son
took dinner with Geo. Miller and fam
ily, of Marshall, Sunday.
H. N. Head and wife were shopping
In Hillsboro Saturday.
Mrs. Jennie Free and children vis
ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N.
Head, Sunday.
Miss Bernice McCoppin has been
suffering from an attack of tonsolltls
the past week.
F. B. Shlnkle and family entertain
ed relatives from Greenfield Sunday.
The queen of Denmark carries 25
hats with her when she goes on vaca
tion trips.
Hillsboro, Tuesday, Sept. 15.
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
ONlY SHOW COMING THIS YEAR
101 RANCH REAL WILD WEST
fireater America's Representative Show
Dutinctlvelf original and Independent! Individual.
An electrifying revelation of rcaliam. A literal and
vtviaijr perlect reproduction of the palling of the
wua, wild wot. rrogrciilng In three yean to
ncignu ot worio-rime, and now undeniably toe
LARGEST EXCLUSIVE
FRONTIER SHOW
IN EXISTENCE
a living page rrom pioneer niitory, a moving XX
photograph of fast-fading border dtyt of danger o
ipd dating Iti prestige and pre-eminence un- $
quciiionca, ana in reputation torever nrit ana y
foremost A generation a advance of all S Jr
jtr.cn Iti appeal as wide as the amuse- Sr
meDt-IovIng public.
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Cow.
bora.
Wild Welt
Cirll, Vac-
auerol.Senor-
lias. Guard at
Ruralei. Cham
pion Men and
Women Sharpihooteti
Eiperti of the Lariat
Bucking Horicl. Rouah-
rlderi. Line Rideri. Ran
Kiaeri, rony nxpren Vet
ersni. Ploneeri, Plalmmen. Old
rimeri ana iieroeior the Wilder-
nen, Steer Throweri, BufJaloei,
Lone-horned Steeri. Cow Pnnt.
Indian Ponlei. and all the other real.
actual, genuine, aimon-pure denizeni of
the cow camp and cattle rante. Renrodurtn
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incaporii, rrouci.ijarncitifaiiantriea.rjardihipi,
Perili, Combati and Adventurei and Romantic
and Soectacular Daily lfaDoeninzi of thl. r l.
Indiana freih from campfire andcouncll.makingthrlr
Fresh from its Great TrU
umph in New York City, to
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popularity and length Jf23i
of stay. The Na- ? jX
tlon ' Pride and SlLnZ
ever the . M' S firitacqualntancewith paleface civilization, Infantai-
n r v XaN'' .Ai M tic native accoutrement! and paint, and exhibiting
teoples J 3vCX their War Dancei and other Weird RltctandCeremoniei.
Choice S t'ifiyvX Paitlmei, Savageriei, Iloriemamblp, Bow and Arrow Skill.
ty X and method! of Hunting. Trapping, Trailing and Ambuihlng.
Tk, Madera Unui. Feature of XJStlvtZP&ZSl
Ever Exhibition tTl!LVFt& SSiS
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CALA FORENOON . WKZjSt' i
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Corn
Oats '
Potatoes new .
WDite u.an, bushel
Hutter ,.,.
Kft,ns, Dozen , . .
Youni! Ci ICKens
O.ilckens, per lb ,..
lurxeys. per 10
bucks, tie Hi
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llacon itdes
Hacou Shoulders
Lard ,.
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HE TAIL, PHtChA
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Abugar'
Granulated Sugar j ..
Cut loat and J'owdere.i sugar.. .,
offee. Rio ..
Tea, Imp.R li ndO perur.
Tea. Mack .......
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nuur, gooa lamuy tirandM cwt...
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Mola-ses N tj gallon
" feorhum . ..
Qolden Syrup
UOdlOll .
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Hams, city suyar cured, lb ...'
LIVE SIlitSK
Ueeves, cwt grosi . . ....
Beeves. shlnnliiB
Sheep and L itnTjs, per cwt
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HUMPHREYS
Thcso remedies nro sctontiflcally an'1
carefully prepared prescriptions; used t
manyyears by Dr.Hampliroyainhisprival .
practice, and for nearly sixty years by tL
npnnln Trlf.li Bfillnfnpf inn.
Medical Book mailed free.
So. roa mo.,
1 Pcvrri, Congestions, Inflammations... 2
2 U'ornia, Worm I evnr , ,...2
3 Colic, Crying and Wakefulness of Infanta. C
4 Diarrhea, ot Ck.Urenand Adults 2
7 Cough, Colds, Bronchitis 2
H Toothache, Foeeacbo. Neuralgia 2
0 Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo 2
10 Dyipepala. Indigestion, Weak Momacb 2
13 Croup, Hoarse Cou?h, Laryngitis S
14 Salt Uheum. Eruptions 2
15 Rheumatism, Lumbago
1G Ferer omlAs'ir. Malaria 2
17 Piles, Blind or Llcodlns, External. InteroaU.2
10 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In Ilaad 2
20 Whooplnz Condi 2
21 Asthma, Oppressed, DISleultBreatbinjt 2
27 KUney DUc-o.it '. 2
28 Kcrvous Dc!..:ty, V.-al Weakness 1.0
0 Urinary Incon. nenco, Wettlug Bed 2..
31 Soto Throat. Quinsy 2."
77 La Cr:":-Crip 2&
Bold by lru;T!j,1 or s-nt ot receipt of price.
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serves ladies' and children's shoes, shines without
rubbing. "C TRENCH GLOSS." 10c
"STAB" combination for cleaning and paUshlng alt
klDdsot russet or tan shoes, 10c "DANDY" size, 15c.
"QUICK WHITE" (In liquid form with sponecjqulck
ly deans and whitens dirty canvas shoes. 10c & 25c.
"ALBO" deans and whitens BUCK. MUBUCK.
SUEDE, and CANVAS SHOES. In round white cakes
picked in zinc boxes, with sponge, 10c In hand
some, large aluminum boxes, with sponge. Sic
If yoar dealer does not keep tbe kind yon van t. send as
toe price in stamps t or f uli alae package, cbargva paid.
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Our Four Books sent Free with list
of (Inventions wanted by manufac
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fered for Inventions. Patents secured
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MORE THRILLS AND SENSATIONS THAN EVER
"Tho Girl Who Throws the Bull" Only Mexican Conoreaa Ever Hera.
Only Russian Army Men In the U. S. I
Reserved Seat Sale Show Day at Vanzant's Palm Restaurant, South
High Street. Prices exactly tbe same as at show grounds.
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