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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914
What Women Need to Know
There Is no need of so much misery and the worry associated
with female weakness
- When in a weakened condition, anemic, with a sluttish circu
lation, blood Impoverished and the nerves shattered,
there Is but one remedy to think of
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription
Don't bo continually suffering and worrying year In and year
out strengthen and fortify the system build up the
delicate organs prepare yourself to withstand the strain
accompanying the Irregularities peculiar to your sex.
Nyal's Vegetable Prescription will bridge over all dltllcultles
supply you with good, rich, red blood, ndurlsh and In
vigorate the eritlre system and furnish health and
strength in abundance.
To insure regularity to the functions peculiar to womanhood
to correct and cure any Irregularities Nyal's Vegetable
Prescription will accomplish the desired results.
Investigate this remedy thoroughly, see
from results that it will do just as we say
Our personal recommendation goes with every sale. The best
prescription we know of, $1.00 the bottle.
A very fine line of rubber goods, such as hot water bottles,
fountain syringes, etc., now In stock.
Miller's Drug Store
THE NYAL STORE
North Illgh Street HILLSBORO. OHIO
All Millinery Goods will be sold at reduced prices,
and especially low prices will be given on trimmed Hats.
Beginning this Week
COME EARLY AND GET YOUR CHOICE
110 North Higfr Street.
MILLION DOLLAR MISTERY
Episode Number 12 Tonight
Just Think of it. $10,000 for 100 Words.
$10 in Gold for Best 100 Word Solution $10
OPEN TO ALL ORPHEUM PATRONS.
COMING SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14 ,
"THE RIVAL RAILROADS PLOT"
Two Parts. Thrilling Drama of the Railroad. Featuring
"THE LAD FROM OLD IRELAND"
Featuring Geno Gauntier and Sid Olcott.
FOUR REELS 5c and 10c FOUR REELS
Ladies of Hillsboro and Vicinity
HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
We have succeeded in purchasing a lot of High t
Class Pattern Hats at greatly reduced prices.
These Hats were trimmed to retail atj no less
than $6.00 a piece. Beginning Saturday, we
will place them on sale at
$2.98 and $3.98 each
As long as they last. Do not miss this sale.
You will always find our goods as advertised.
George L. Garrett and Perry Mc
Coppln spent Wednesday in Cincinnati,
Mrs. Oscar Murphy, of Mt. Orab,
and Mrs. Clara Bice, of Cincinnati,
are visiting the former's brother,
John Pfarri will clean and press and
mend that suit until It will look u
good as new. I also do dry, cleaning,
Give me a call, Brunner's Shoe
Arthur Underwood spent Friday and
Saturday In Cincinnati.
New Bulk Dates first of the season,
adv Gonabd's Grogehy.
Robert D. McClure was In Cincinnati
Sa urday on business.
Best Sweater Coats in lltllsboro, 50c
to 33, at The Economy Store. adv
Mrs. John Conard and Mrs. Marie
T. JonesspentThursday in Cincinnati.
New Bulk Dates first of the season,
adv Conard's GnooEiiY.
Mrs J. A. Head was the truest of her
brother, R. B. Barrett, In Norwood,
Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Daniel Morgan, Mrs. Charles
W. Scott, Miss Edith Smith and Nelson
Sparks spent Saturday In Cincinnati.
Miss Lucille Huggins returnel Fri
day from a visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Neal P. Waddell, In Greenfield.
Miss Ellen Reece visited her brother,
David, in Cincinnati, a few days the
first of the week.
Mrs Lyman Beecher returned Sun
day from a week's visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Neal P. Waddell, at Greenfield.
Gen. and Mrs. Ben P. Runkle left
Monday for Washington, D. 0., where
they will spend tne winter.
Miss Strauss, who has been visiting
Mrs. Oren Stevens, returned Monday
to her home in Bridgeport, Conn.
Mrs. J. B. Worley was the guest of
hor brother, Frank Doggett, in Cincin
nati, Friday and Saturday.
Miss Madge Farls was the guest of
Miss Goldle Puckett, in Blanchester,
Saturday and Sunday.
Charles C. Pavey, of Columbus, visit
ed his cousin, Henry A. Pavey, from
Thursday until Monday.
Miss Mary Hanlon was the guest of
Miss Elsa Johnson, at Monterey,
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Walker were
entertained Sunday by Mr. and Mrs.
E. N. Pulliam, of Pricetown.
Miss Margaret Richards, of Sabinia,
has been the guest of her sister, Mrs
Burch Riber, since Sunday.
Mrs. James F. Brown and Miss Cor
delia Redkey visited relatives in West-
boro, from Friday until Monday.
Mrs. E. V. Carr spent last week with
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carr, in Lynch
Seventy horses wore sold at Satur
day's stocksale. Forty head went to
Cincinnati. The prices ranged from
840 to $140.
Mrs. N. B. Lafferty and daugter,
Miss Alice, returned Sunday from a
weeks visit with the former's daugh
ter, Mrs. E. E. West, at Berryvllle.
The ladles of the Fall Creek Presby
terian church will hold a market at J.
G. Bell's Hardware Store In Hillsboro,
Saturday, Nov. 14.
Prof. C. C. Patterson and Prof. W.
H. Vance attended the meeting of the
Central Ohio Teachers Association at
Columbus, Friday and Saturday.
Thomas Mitchell and sister, Miss
Letitla, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rogers
spent Saturday and Sunday with
friends at Madisonville.
Mrs. Dick Rockhold gave a bridge
party Friday afternoon for a company
of ladles. Delicious refreshments were
Mrs. Kite Doorley was the guest of
relatives in Cincinnati from Friday
until Sunday. Her daughter, Miss
June, who Is attending college at Ox
ford, joined her there.
Miss Nina Glenn entertained Friday
evening with a dinner and bridge fur
Miss Margaret Paiton, w ho became the
bride of Charles F. Clarke on Wednes
day. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, who has been
spending the summer with her sister,
Mrs. J. A. nead, left Saturday for
Nashville, Tenia., where she will
spend the winter.
Miss Sarah Worley returned Wednes
day from an extended visit with Miss
Mary Fltts, at Washington, N. J. On
her return she stopped for a week's
visit with Mr. and Mrs. Baskins, at
Mrs. John Howard, matron of the
Children's Home, and Frank nogsett,
superintendent of the Infirmary, went
to Columbus Wednesday to attend the
annual meeting of the State Board of
The Boys Junior Class of the U. B.
Sunday School will hold a market
Saturday, Nov. 14, at netherlngton's
Grocery, beginning at 1 o'clock. Come
buy something good for your Sunday
dinner and help the cause.
H. H. Brader has sold his farm on
the north edge of town to W. E.
Noftsger, who lives near Pleasant
Hill. Mr. Noftsger will take posses
sion Dec. 1. Mr. Brader and family
will move to Cincinnati soon, where
Mr. Brader is professor of mathematics
in Woodward High School,
See the new things in Dishes Just re-
celeved at TLe Economy Store, adv
Carl Utman spent Sunday with Will
E. Dale, in Washington O. II.
Henry L Wiggins has purchased a
1016 Cole Six tourtng car.
Miss Henrietta Phillips, of Hamil
ton, Is the guest of Miss Margaret
Oil Cloth and Linoleum, Stove 1'ipe,
Coal Buckets, etc., all at lowest prices
at The Economj Store. adv
Mrs John O. Spargur and Mrs Nan
nie Letcher spent Tuesday In Cincin
nati. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Kesler were the
guests of Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Kes
ler, at Ft. Hill, Sunday.
Woik and Dress Shirts, Underwear,
Hosiery, Gloves and Mittens at The
Economy Store. adv
Dr. J. A. McAdow, of Lynchburg,
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Richards for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Morrow were
the guests of the latter's brother, Rev.
G. P Austin, at New Vienna, Satur
Mrs. John W. Oldaker, of Russell
was the guest 'TuesJay of Dr. and
Mrs. L. R. Hilton.
The Marshall W. C. T. U. will meet
at the M. E. Church Tuesday after
noon, Nov. 17, at 2 o'clock.
II. H. Richards has been sick the
past week with liver trouble which
has affected his heart.
Charles Clarke has been ill since
Thursday, suffering from a slight
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Spencer attended
the funeral of Dr. I N. Smith, in
Miss Ruby Crosen, of Dunn's Chapel
was the guest of Miss Ruth Setty,
News-Herald and Cincinnati-Commercial
Tribune both one year for
$3.00 A real bargain. adv.
Mrs. Clara Brunner entertained a
company of ladles with a kenslngton
Henry Strain left Saturday for a
visit with relatives in Columbus and
Mrs. Ada Butler returned Wednes
day from a two months visit with rela
tives at New Richmond.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Calvert, who
have been visiting relatives In Dayton,
returned home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Siddons ha7e
been visiting relatives in Dayton since
Mrs. Perry Honser and daughter, of
Zanesville, who have been visiting
Mrs. Houser's sister, Mrs. May Muntz,
returned home Sunday.
Mrs. Amos Edgington and daugh-
former's daughter, Mrs. Kirk, at
ixorwoou, oaiuruay ana ounuay.
Dick Patton, of Columbus, was here
Wednesday to attend the wedding of
his sister, Miss Margaret, to Charles
Mrs. Walter Lemon and daughter
Norma, spent Friday with Mrs. Lem
on's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Stockwell, at Danville.
Dr. Carl Ebert, Charles Spencer,
Richard Barrett and Byron Rogers
wnre the guests of the former's par
ents in Circlevllle, Sunday.
Mrs. Ralph Mitchell, of Cleveland,
has been the guest of her parents, Col.
and Mrs. L. B. Boyd, for several days.
She returned home Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Billiard and
son and Mrs. Alice Brouse were the
guests of relatives in Dayton Sunday
Mrs. Marie T. Rives and Mrs Lucy
Woodrow Harmon left Tuesday morn
ing to attend the National W. C. T.
U. Convention at Atlanta, Ga.
That part of the story of the Million
Dollar Mystery which will be shown
at the Orpheum tonight appears in
this issue of Tns News Herald.
Tin, Granite, Copper and Aluminum
Ware. In fact everything you need In
your kitchen, all at lowest prices at
The Economy Store. adv
James Gllllland, of Los Angeles,
Cal , and Charles Gllllland, of Ripley,
were the guests of the former's sister,
Mrs. Steward Kincaid, from Saturday
Mrs. Clara Lewis, of Flndlay, has
been the guest of her nephew, Charles
F. Clarke, since Monday. Sho came
to attend the wedding of Mr. Clarke
and Miss Margaret Patton.
If you are Interested in the Million
Dollar Mystery you should read the
story as it is published in the The
News-Herald before seeing the
pictures at the Orpheum Thursday
M (IAD SPECIAL
SATURDAY, NOV. 14
We will put on sale a lot of
Men's Outing Flannel Shirts
Well made and Military Collar
Style in Tan and Gray Colors.
These Shirts are an excellent value. Don't
miss this sale. One day only.
THE IRON CLAD
Misses Flora Kyle, Callie McLaugh I
lln, Ethel Carr, Elizabeth Rldgeway
and Josephine Roush, of this place,
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Beavers and daugh-,
ter, Margaret, and Elizabeth McCall,
of Beaver's Mill, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Hunter and son were entertained ati
the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Bur
nett, near Marshall. Sunday.
Mrs Starling West, of Detroit,
Mich., will arrive here today for a
visit with her grandmother, Mrs.
James W. Patterson.
Luke Roberts, of Cleveland, spent
Saturday with his sister, Mrs. David
Young, ne was on his w ay to Coving
ton, Ky., where his brother, St Clair
Roberts was seriously injured Thurs
diy He and David Young went to
that city Sunday.
Miss Troth and Miss McCann, of
Lynchburg, are visiting the former's
sister, Mrs. J. E. Stabler.
New Bulk Dates first of the season.
adv Conard's Grocery
CONDENSED REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
Farmers & Traders National Bank j
At Hillsboro, in the State of of Ohio, at the close of bus- I
iness, October 31, 1914.
Five times a year we make a detailed report of our af
fairs to the Comptroller at Washington.
We ask you to examine the report we publish today and
note the splendid growth in deposits during the past few
Loans and Discounts 327,763.00
U. S and Other Bonds )
Federal Reserve Bank Stock f 237,583.40
Furniture and Fixtures . 7,000.00
Due from Banks and U. S. Treasury $95,230.26 I , A. ,.
CashonHaud 40,844.15) 136,0,4 41
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 33,270.01
Deposits .' 575,14640
Comparison of Deposits
October 31, 1894 8103,436.41
October 31, 189S 5197,231,17
October 31, 1904 $297,054.88
October31, 1910 $480,746.00
October31, 1914 &57091 46.40
Members of the Federal Reserve Association of -the
Farmers & Traders National Bank
J. Matthews, Pres. J. D. W. Spargur, Vice Prcs. Philip c. Berg, Cashier
Our Loss Your Gain
Our prioes on the best bargains we have ever
offered. Values are guaranteed.
COME IN EARLY
HATS WILL GO FAST AT SALE PRICE