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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914.
B
A HILLSBORO INTERVHiW
Mr. Blackmore Tells His Experi
ence. The following brief account of an
Interview with a Htllsboro man several
years ago, and Its sequel, will be read
with keun Interest by every citizen :
D. C. Blackmore, 327 John St., Hills
boro, says: "Some jears ago I was
suffering greatly from kidney trouole
and rheumatism. I could scarcely get
up or down on account of the Intense
pain across the small of my back. One
day the kidney secretions were profuse
and then again scanty. Although I
doctored I got no rdllef. I had often
read about Doan's Kidney Pills and
finally got a supply from Garrett &
Ayres' Drug Store. They helped me
so much that 1 continued taking them
for over a year. Now I have no trou
ble." KE-ENDOKSKMKNT.
On August 8, 1013, Mr. Blackmore
said : "It has been some years since I
was cured by Doan's Kidney Pills.
They are certainly a wonderful kidney
remedy and I never hesitate to recom
mend them to my friends. My former
endorsement holds good."
Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Blackmore ltad. Foster-Mllburri
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. adv
m
"Boots by Smith, costumes by Rob
inson, wigs by Jones, scenery by Ding
bat," mumbled the man In the end
seat.
"What are you driving at?"
"I'm trying to dig up who wrote the
play." Louisville Courier Journal.
Doan's Reguiets are recommended
by many who say they operate easily,
without griping and without bad after
effects. 25c at all drug stores, adv
A little girl about 0 years old was
visiting friends and during the course
of the conversation one of them re
marked :
"I hear you have a new little sister."
'Yes," answered the llttleglrl, "just
2 weeks old."
"Did you want It to be a llttleglrl ?"
asked the friend.
"No; I wanted it to be a boy," she
replied, "but It came while I was at
school." New York Globe.
THE
The Home of Mutual Movies
The Greatest Pictures the World
has ever produced. Most Every
Exhibitor in the land recognizes
the superiority of MUTUAL
PICTURES.
CLEAN REFINED WHOLESOME
"KEYSTONES" are Mutual Goods
The greatest Comedy ever produced
"The Million Dollar Mystery" is
A MUTUAL MOVIE
"ZUDORA" is a Mutual Movie
"The Mutual" Produces. They
are originators, no imitators
Practically every exhibitor, be he a
Licensed Exhibitor or a Universal
Exhibitor admits the quality and
superiority of MUTUAL MOVIES
They all want them.
It is a Big Boost For Us
5 Acts-TONIGHT-5 Acts
KEYSTONE
"FATTY ARBUCKLE"
Keystone Fatty You all know him
RELIANCE
j "Where the Mountains Meet"
Dandy Western
KAY BEE
"ONE OF THE DISCARD"
IN TWO ACTS
PRINCESS
"THE BALANCE OF POWER"
Presenting Boyd Marshall
Music; Well, rather, an Orchestra
of 10 pieces every night. It never
quits. It never tires.
Our Saturday Shows are
dreams.
Meet rrle at the FORUM
We use the best and eliminate
the rest.
FORUM
Obituary.
It Is coming, our leave of earth
It Is coming, that sail farewell;
Coining the last low pleading prayer,
A last long gaze on a world so fair
It Is coming, the tolling bell, yes, to all.
Martha Jane, daughter of Thomas
and Martha Duncan was born January
10, 1830 and died November 10, 1014,
aged 78 years, 9 months and 24 days.
She was born In Virginia and lived
there until at the age of six years she
moved with her family to this place,
where she spent the remaining years
of her life Since early life she had
been a devoted Christian.
In October 1878 she was united In
marriage to Benjamin Sturabaugh who
departed this life April 10, 1014. She
leaves to mourn her lois a devoted son,
two brothers, Thomas Duncan, of
Missouri, and John Duncan, of this
place, and one sister, Mrs Maria Cad
wallader, of Jollett, Illinois.
To those who have known her it is
unnecessary for the writer to eulogize
on her life, for they know that her
walk In life show e J that she was a
Christian woman
Yes, she has joined that great mul
' tltude whom no man can number ; who
stand before the throne and before the
lamb, and clothed In while robes and
with palms in their hands, among
these she stands to await the coming
of loved ones when they too, shall
over.
Obituary.
John M. Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Y. Henry, was born June 11,
1830. and died November 17. 1014, aged
84 years, 5 month and G days.
He was united in marriage to Charity
J. Johnson 'July 31, 1853, and to this
union four children were born ; George
W. Henry, of Carmel, Mrs. Anna E.
Red key, of Hillsboro, William M.
Henry, of Highland and Mrs, Allie
Laforge, who preceeded him to that
better land about seven years ago.
On October 26, 1802, in his young
manhood, he marched to the front to
answer his country's call, and braved
J the struggles and hardship of the
I battlefield for three years. He was a
member of Company E, 7th Ohio Oav-
' airy.
He united with the Presbyterian
church at Ripley, Ohio, in his early
youth, but afterwards transferred his
membership to the Christian Union
church at Hoagland's Crossing.
I He was a true consistent Christian,
but on account of feeble health he was
deprived of attending the church ser
vices for several years. He never lost
his Interest In the church's welfare,
and was frequently found reading his
bible and studying his word. He was
, fully prepared to enter into the Heav
enly world.
i Uncle John, as he was called by his
neighbors and friends, has won the
respect and confidence of his neighbors
1 and acquaintances by his honesty and
Integrity. He was a man who lived a
quiet but useful life, and was always
ready and willing to lend a helping
hand to his neighbor. No one ever
cime to him for a favor but what it
was granted if it was within his
power.
He leaves a wife, three children,
eight grand children five great grand
children, four sisters and many sorrow
ing friends to mourn the loss of a dear
one.
The bugle called him and taps have
been sounded. The hearts in this
home are saddened by the loss of their
kind, affectionate husband, father,
brother and grandfather. The bright
smile that always welcomed us is now
with the angels beckoning us to come.
He bore his sufferings with much
patience; he never murmured nor
complained. All that loving care and
attention could give was naught. Vain
were the pleadings, the hopes, the
tears of the anxious hearts of those
who watched him drifting slowly into
the shadows, and after a few days of
patient suffering his sweet eyes closed
on earth. The tired heart Is still and
beyond the sunset he has seen the
dawning. It is hard to give him up
and we cannot unnerstand why one so
near and dear should be taken away
irom us, "but God knows best."
OAKD OF THANKS.
We desire to thank our neighbors
and friends for their kindness during
the sickness and death of our husband
and father. Tub Family.
Cliamberlain's Cough Remedy...
The Mothers' Favorite.
"I give Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy to my children when they have
colds or coughs," writes Mrs. Verne
Shaffer, Vandergrlft, Pa. "It always
helps them and Is far superior to any
other cough medicine I have used. I
advlso anyone in need of such a medi
cine to give It a trial." For sale by
All Dealers. adv
Fortune Teller Beware of a dark
man, whom you will soon meet. He
will be a vllllan.
Girl How perfectly delight full
How soon will I meet him? New
York Globe.
To lessen the smoke and gas In tun
nels, Swiss railroads are equipping
their locomotive stacks with lids', to be
closed when a tunnel is entered, steam
being exhausted beneath the engines.
LYNCHBURG.
December 7, 1014.
Ellis Moorehead, of Hillsboro, was
a visitor at the home of T. E. Moore
head and wife Sunday.
J. D. DeLanoy and wife transacted
business in Cincinnati two dajs of
last week.
Mrs. Stella Duvall and Mrs. Pen
quite shopped in Cincinnati Wednes
day. Clarence Dean and wife entertained
O U. Day and wife, of Manchester
Saturday.
J. Garner, of Farmer's Station, was
the guest of Warren Connol and wife
last week.
Miss Ruthanna Iladlpy was with
her parents In Wilmington Saturday
and Sunday.
Mrs. Eldo Morris spent Tuesday
and Wednesday witn her sister, Mrs.
Joe Stabler, of Hillsboro. Mrs. Morris
returned to her home in Columbus
Friday.
The M. W. of A. met on Thursday
evening and elected the following of
ficers : Consul, A. D. Wise ; Advisor,
Geo. Smith ; Banker, W. A. Saylor ;
Clerk, W. G. Ross; Escort, E. O.
Crawford ; Watchman, W. S. Coff
man ; Sentry, I. Pltzer ; Manager, J.
D. Bobbltt ; Ex-Physlclans, J. T.
Gibson and J. B. Kleckne'.
Joe Townsend and family were vis
itors at Norwood Saturday and Sun
day. Wendel Perry, of Cincinnati, was
with his mother and sister over Sun
day. Mrs. James Roush shopped in Hills
boro Saturday
Mrs. Clarence Dean spent Wednes
day with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Conner,
of Manchester.
Mrs. Wm. Patterson, of Blanches
ter, was with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Whttacre, a part of last week.
Mrs Agnes Noell, of Glenco, Ky., Is
with her daughter, Mrs. Stautner, for
an indefinite visit.
Mrs. narry Murphy was a visitor In
Hillsboro two days of last week.
Leo Parker, of Cincinnati, was with
his mother over Sunday.
Mr. Long and family, of Blanches
ter, have moved Into part of the Hop
kins residence on Broadway.
Dr. Garner was a business visitor at
Leisplc last week.
Miss Anna Roush entertained a
number of the High School pupils at
her home Wednesday evening.
The W. C. T. U. met with Mrs.
Dora Ratcllff Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Carrie Wright and two child
ren have moved Into the house on Bay
ess Ave. vacated by Mike Deinlnger
and family.
Rev. Chas. Luck will deliver one of
his popular lectures here on Monday
evening at the Duncansou building.
Admission 25 cents.
Mrs. Lizzie McKlnzie left Saturday
evening for Greenfield to be the guest
of her son, Albert Townsend and fam
ily until after Xmas.
Class No. 7 of the Christian Church
will hold a bazaar in the Sonner
building Saturday afternoon.
Nelle Hunter and Leon Pfister were
Wilmington visitors from Thursday
until Sunday.
PORTLAND
CEMENT
A car just received
AT
Richard's Mill
An English colonel, at kit Inspec
tion, said to Private Flanlgan :
"Ha 1 Yes, shirts, socks, flannels, all
very good. Now, you can assure me
that all the artlcles'of your kit have
buttons on them ?"
"No, sir," said Private llanlgan,
hesitating.
"How's that, sir?"
"Ain't no buttons on the towels,
sir 1" London Tit-Bits.
HUMPHREYS'
Free Medical Book in cele
bration of sixty years we have
published a revised edition of
Dr. Humphreys' Manual of all
diseases, giving in minuto detail
the care and treatment of
the sic lc with Humphreys'
Remedies. ,
No. yon t xrlce
1 FcTeri, ConsesMon, Inflammation as
3 Wornia.VonuPeier .. .... 23
3 Colic, Crylug and Wakcfulnpu of Infanta 23
4 Diarrhea, of Children, and Adult! 21
7 C'outui. Cold. Dronuhttlj 23
8 Toothache, Kaccaehe, Neuraljla 53
O Headache. 8lck Headache, Vertigo ., 23
IO Uyipcpla,Iadlcitlon. Weak htomach. 23
13 Croup. Hoarse Couh, LarynghU . jj
It Salt ltlirum,rupllons , 33
IB Ilieuni(ftUm. Lumbago 23
18 Feter and Aeon, llalaria . ... 23
IT Piles. Blind orEleedlnK.Extt-rnal.Iuternal. 23
IS Catarrh. Ioflueaia,ColillulleuJ ,...23
20 Whooplna Couch 23
21 Athma.Oppreiaed,DimcuMOreatblng .23
-1 Kidney Ducane . ...33
28 rternous Debility, Vital Weakness l,CO
30 Urinary I ncontlnence, Wuluuz Ued, . .23
31 Sore Throat, Quhuy , ,,25
77 La Crirpc-Crlp 25
Bold J druggists, or rent on receipt of pries,
nusipnnsys" homuo. medicine co corner
WUlhun and Ana Streets, New York.
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I BUT YUUtfUHKISIIVIAS GIFTS I )
MILLER'S DRUG STORE
We have a fine up-to-the minute selection
PARISIAN IVORY.
Mirrors 75c to $6 00
Hair Brushes $3.00 to $5 00
Combs 30c to $1. 00
Cloth Brushes ?2 00 to $5 00
Military Hair Brushes...., .$5.00 the set
Pin Trays 50c and 75c
Jewel Boxes, i $1.50
Buffers $1.00
Puff Boxes 75c to $4 00
Gillette Safety Razors $5.00
Durham Duplex $5.00
Manicure Sets $1.00 to $8.00
Soap Boxes 50c
Hair Receivers 75c
All Box Paper 25c to $1.00
TOILET ARTICLES
Azurea Toilet Water $1.25 the bottle
Azurea Sachet 75c the ounce
Azurea Face Powder $1.25 the box
DJERKISS Toilet Water $1.50 the bottle
D jERKISS Sachet 75c the ounce
Palmer's Toilet Water 50c the bottle
Colgate's Toilet Water 25c and 60c the .bottle
Colgate's Sachet 50c the ounce
Colgate's Little Folks Package. 25c the box
Hudnut's Toilet Water, all odors 75c the bottle
Hudnut's Perfume, all odors 50c and $1.00 bottle
Hudnut's Sa het 75c the ounce
Williams' Toilet Water.. .23c, 50c and 75c the bottle
SAFETY RAZORS
Durham Duplex 35c, $2.50 and $5 00
Gillette $5 00
Clause $1:00
Gem $1 00
Ever Ready 00
SHAVING MIRRORS
Ever Ready Single , $2 25
Be sure and see our store before buying. We have other articles too
numerous to mention. Save this for If
Miller's Drug Store I
NORTH HIGH STREET ' HILLSBORO, OHIO. 1
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MILLERS CHAPEL.
December 7, 1914.
There will be preaching at this
place next Sunday morning and night,
Dec. 13, by Re7. Warner, of Hlgglns
port. Charley Igo and wife and two child
ren were the guests of J. C. Larrlck
and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Henderson are
quite 111. ' j
Mrs. Frank Bennett left Tuesday
for Lenox, Iowa, to visit her sister,
Mrs. Pearl Benson.
Amos Igo and family spent Sunday
with J. V. Sanders and family.
Miss Louise Hatcher was a guest of
Mrs. Ambsla Shelton, near Boston,
recently.
Mrs. John Frlne and Miss Blanche
Godman called on Mrs. Sarah Hatcher
and daughters Saturday afternoon.
E. G. Gotherman and family .spent
Sunday at the home of J O. Edging
ton.
Leslie Eyler, of New Market, and
Ernest Harris, of Harrisburg, called
ori Willie Hatcher Sunday afternoon.
Best For KidneysSays Doctor.
Dr. J. T. R. Neal, Greenville, S. O..
says that In his 30 years of experience
he has found no preparation for the
kidneys equal to Foley Kidney Pills
In 50c and 1 sizes. Best you can buy
for backache, rheumatism, kidney and
bladder ailments.
adv Garrett & Ayres.
BARRETT.
December 7, 1914.
Mrs.JDelIa Morrow entertained Sun
day Mrs. George Garman .and daugh
ter, Nellie, Joe Morrow and wife and
daughter, Lettie.
Mrs. George Karne3 visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Anderson McElnney, last
week and attended the W. O. T. U.
W. W. Wolfe and family called at
the home of Frank Shoemaker Sun
day. Frank Wright moved to Blanches
ter Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. Westand Mrs. Ben Bussy
were among the guests of Mrs. Chas.
Hatcher one day last week.
Haraer Lyle and wife and son,
Charles, were guests Sunday at the
homo of Burch Parshal.
Mrs. W. E. Chrlsman and children
and Mrs. Hannah Flttro spent Sun
day with Mrs. J. S. Lovctt.
Mrs.lPlennoQ Tompkin has spent
AT-
Ever Ready Double $315...
Watterman's self filling Fountain Pens. $2.00 to $6 00
CONFECTIONERY
Johnston's Famous Milwaukee Candy
In nice boxes 30c to $2.50
Nylo Candy 25c to $1.00
Calarab Figs 30b the box
dlarab Jrangcs 30cthebox
CAMERAS
The AnscoCo. Line, none better $2.00up
Be sure and see our line. Any price to suit your
pocketbook.
the last two weeks with Mrs. J. W.
Rowe.
Wm. West and wife and daughter,
Helen, and Ben Bussey and wife were
guests at the home of Albert Morris
Sunday.
Miss Anna Hill and mother, of
Greenfield, have come to spend the
winter with Mrs. Lizzie Duffleld.
Monthly meeting will be held at
Hardin Creek Friend Church next
Saturday.
Joseph Rlttenhouse and sister,
Helen, called on Wm. Rowe and wife
Sunday.
Sawdust and chloride of magnesium
are used in Germany to form an ex.
tremely hard artificial wood.
X LANG'S SMOKERY X
MAKE XMAS SHOPPING EASY AND INEXPENSIVE
STOP IN FRONT AND PICK OUT YOUR 0IFT FROM THE WINDOWS THE BEST
THAT MONEY WILL BUY AT THE RI0I1T PRICE.
Box Candiei from 15c to $10.00 Box.
Dolly Varden Chocolates.... 50c lb.
Lowney's Chocolates 50o lb.
Ramer's Chocolates 60olb.
Bantas' Chocolates ....i.... 50c lb.
Schrafft's Chocolates 50a Jb.
Snlder's Chocolates 25c lb.
Bulk CandieB all prices.
Small Jars of Candy for Xmas trees
Fruit and Nut.
New Figs in bulk and packages.
New Dates in bulk and packages.
Oranges, Tangerines, Grape Fruit,
Pipes in Cases, All Prices from 50c to $15.00
Fresh Oysters all the Time. Lynch at all Hours.
Come in and leave your packages and
make this place your headquarters.
Tne Center of Town.
Barber Shop in Connection. ,
Everything from this store just right or your money back.
X LANG'S SMOKERY X
120 South High Street. Next Door to HilUboro Bank.
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LEATHER GOODS s
Pocket Books 25cto$2.00
Bill Books 50c tO$2.00 5,
Card Cases 25cto$250 J
Music Rolls $1.00 and $1.50 '
Music Satchel $2.50
Ladles' Hand Bags $1.00 up
Manicure Sets $1.00 up SE
HAIR BRUSHES 1
French Bristle Ebony, extraordinary. .$2.50 and $3 50 E
Brushes to suit anyone . 25oup
Icy Hot Bottles $2.00 up
CUTLERY J
Knives 33c up
Office Sets $1.25 up 5
Tobacco Department j
Cigars , $1.00 and up the box
Pipes, French Briar 25c to $3.50
Pipes, Merschaum $1.50 to $0.00
Tobacco Pouches 25c
PULSE.
Dec. 7, 1914.
Ed Rhodes and wife spent Sunday
with Wm. Rhodes and family, at Five
Mile.
F. C. Pulse and wife spent two days
last week In Cincinnati.
Lew Roushfand Henry Swearingen,
of Newtonsville, were guests of Olint
Roush and family, Saturday night.
Protracted meeting begins at Har
wood Sunday night.
Dyspepsia Is America's curse. To.
restore digestion, normal weight, good
health and purify the blood, use Bur
dock's Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug
stores. Price $1. adv '
Cigars from 15c to $8.00 per Box.
Counselors, Havana Ribbon, Chas.
Denby, Tommy's, White Ox, San
Felice, and Bank Note. 5o Cigars
In Boxes of 25 and 50.
Sonada, LaPreferencIa, Wm. Penn(
Wilbur Wright. lOo cigars In box
es of 10s, 12, 25, and 50s.
Smoking Tobacco in I lb. and 1 lb
Jars with big flags for pillow tops.
Smoking Sets from $1.25 up to 93'
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