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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914
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I THE GIFT STORE
That Puzzling Qnes1ion-"A Suitable Gift," We Can Solve It Hue.
jj To test the truth of our aggressive claims, you should make a personal in-
vestigation. We have a varied assortment of those pretty and serviceable acces- g
H sories most desired by both gentleman and lady at reasonable prices. We give
j you a chance to measure real merit, to test and compare real values. Good ser- f
H vice, dependable goods and having what the people want have won. - The
If following list represents a few items of special interest. "
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Diamond' R ings
Cameo Jewelry
Set Rings
Toilet Sets
Gold Brooches
Watch Fobs
Flower Yases
Bar Pins
Jewel Boxes
Hollow Ware
Pearl Necklaces
Link Buttons
Bracelets
Manicure Sets
Library Sets
Grosses
Mesh Purses
Signet Rings
Gut Glass
Clocks
Gold Beads
Goat Chains
Gold Watches
Picture Frames
Puff Boxes
Ivory Goods
Fountain Pens
Silver Novelties
Desk Sets
Flat .Ware
FORT HILL.
D,ec. 14, 1014.
Frt-d Rhoads spent Sunday w Ith Ills
parents, Aivle Hlioads anil wife, of
near Cedar Point.
Hen Butler and wife were visitors
at tho home of M Reed and wile, near
Sinking Spring, Sunday
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Saiunla nlglit wlili Miss Amy llock-
Mrs. Anna UhnnHs ntirl fnmlli- u-un
the guests of S. S. Uearcolf ind farniu
Sunday.
0 A Rhoads and wife were business
vlsltoi In lllllsboro
J. P Havens, wife and daughter,
Grace, spent Sunday with Elva, Cut
wrlghfandwlfe. Mrs Laura Johnon and little son.
of Beech Flats, were the guests of
her sister, Mrs Mae West, Thursday.
Walter Beaver, of Illinois, is paying
his aunt, Mrs T. A. Uockman, an ex
tended visit.
Isaac Bobb was tho guest of Carlton
West Saturday night and Sundiy.
Flojd Chapman and Benson Hutler,
of Sinking Spring, were visitors at
Fort II II I, Sunday.
Mrs. Jane Stults and grandson,
Isaac Bobb, were business visitors In
lllllsboro, the last of the week and
were entertained at the home of Sam
Stults and wife
Mrs. Dora Butler, of Sinking Spring,
spent Tuesday with her mother.
C. A. Rhoads and wife spent Satur
day night and Sunday with relatives
In Sinking Spring.
S. S. Deardoff has been on the sick
list for a few days, but is much better.
Harry hite, youngest son, of Ed.
White, was united In marriage Satur
day at Waverley, to Miss Mae Kinsley,
of near Falrvlew.
Teachers' Examination.
rhe H'i:hland rnuntr card of i-cliooi Lz
imlnerf. lien.li) pts notice that (xamlLa
i oi m ol .ii'itc:iiits lor fount? Teachers
OrtlUcatCB will takt place In the Wasting
ton School llulldlng HIllBboro, on the Urnt
Saturday of biptimber, October. January
March. April, May ana the last Friday of
June and August.
An prescribed by law, the fee for these
examinations will be 50 cents
II. II. Oalliktt, Lynchburg, l'rcs
J. n. miannon, lllllsboro, Vice t'res
W. H. Vance, Ulllsboro, Sec. adv
Legal Notice.
JamesN Warlaumont who e place ot res
Idetic K unknown w 111 take notice that on
the 12th day ol November. I9U, the under
signed Elizabeth K Warlaumont as plaintiff
tiled In the Common I'h.m Court of Highland
county ,'Ohlo, her p tltlun for a decree of
divot ce against him on tue grounds of three
yearn wllliil absence, and that said cause
will In' for hearlnir In said court after tin
21th day of Deci mb r, 1914
Dated this 18th day ot November, 1914.
Kllzabt th K. V arlaumont.
Hv Wilson & McUiuuc Her Attorneys
12-21 adv
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Rachel Deck, Deceased.
P. A. Daniel has been appointed and quali
fled as Administrate of the es ate of Rachel
A. Deck, late ol Highland County, Ohlo.de
ceased.
Dated this 3rd day of December A. D . 1914
J U. Wohlbv.
adv Probate Judge of Said County
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of Noa'u Fawlev, Deceased.
Wright Fawley has been appointed ami
qualified as executor ol the estate of Noatu
Fawley. late of Highland County. Ohio
deceased.
Dated this 30th day o' November A. D lilt
J. B. WoitLEY,
Probate Judge of Said County
H L. Wiogins, Attorney. adv
For Those
Who Want
E. W. MUINTZ I
I Jeweler and Optician I
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Music and Pictures That
Harmonize
Something a
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1 BUYYOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Miller's Drug Store
1 We have a fine up-to-the minute selection I
A House with Dignified Pictures Put on in a Dignified way
Take a Look at Our Program for the Week End.
TONIGHT THURSDAY, DEC. 17, TONIGHT
"THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY"
Episode No. 18
"Love's Magnet" A Superior S. & A. Drama
"A Horseshoe for'Luck" Strictly High Class Comedy
PARISIAN IVORY.
Mirrors 7oc to SG 00
Hair Brushes $3 00 to $5 00
Combs 36c to $1.00
Cloth Brushes ?2.00to 85.00
Military Hair Bruslies $5.00 the set
Pin Trays 50o and 75c
Jewel Boxes $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
nalr Receivers 75c
All Box Paper : 25cto$1.00
TOILET ARTICLES
Azurea Toilet Water $1.25 the bottle
Azurea Sachet 75c the ounce
Azurea Face Powder $1.25 the box
D jERKISS Toilet Water..... $1.50 the bottle
D jERKISS Sachet 75c the ounce
Palmer's Toilet Water 50c the bottle
Colgate's Toilet Water 26c and 50c 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
nudnut's Sachet 75c the ounce
Williams' Toilet Water.. .23c, 50c and 75c the bottle
SAFETY RAZORS
Durham Duplex 35c, $2.50 and $5.00
Gillette 85.00
Clause k $1:00
Gem 8100
Ever Ready $1.00
SHAVING MIRRORS
Ever Ready Single...... $2 25
Ever Ready Double $3 15....
Watterman'sself filling Fountain Pens. $2.00 to $0 00
CONFECTIONERY
Johnston's Famous Milwaukee Candy
In nice boxes 30c to $2 50
Nylo Candy 25c to $1 00
Calarab Fig's , 30c the box
Calarab Jranges 30c the box
CAMERAS
The AnscoCo. Line, none better $2.00 up
Be sure and see our line. Any price to suit your
pocketbook.
LEATHER GOODS
Pocket Books 25c to $2 00
Bill Books 50c to $2 00
Card Cases 25cto$250
Music Rolls $1.00 and $1.50
Music Satchel $2.50
Ladles' Hand Bags $1.00 up
Manicure Sets $1.00 up
HAIR BRUSHES
French Bristle Ebony, extraordinary. .$2.50 and $3 50
Brushes to suit anyone 25c up
Icy Hot Bottles $2.00 up
CUTLERY
Knives 35c up
Olllce Sets $1.25 up
Tobacco Department
Cigars $1.00 and up the box
Pipes, French Briar 25c to $3.50
Pipes, Merschaum '. !.. 81.50 to $0.00
Tobacco Pouches 25c
M Be sure and see our store before buying. We have other articles too
numerous to mention.
Save this for
Miller's Drug Store
j NORTH HIGH STREET HILLSBORO, OHIO.
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Pumping engines in a large sewage
plant in Australia are run by sewer
gas. '
Thv athletes of ancient Greece
trained on new cheese, dried figs, grain,
milk and warm water.
Each year the import of opium from
India Into China is reduced by 5100
chests.
SUGARTREE RIDGE.
Dec. 14, 1914.
Rev. P oust will fill his regular ap
pointments at the Christian church
here next Sunday, both morning and
night.
Ellis Igo unloaded a car load of fence
at East Danville a short time ago.
We were sorry to hear the sad news
of the death of Mrs H. E. Wilkin and
also of Mrs. Stanley Holladay, of near
Hlllsnoro.
Ellis Igo and mother and R R.
Vaughan took dinner with Lew Igo
and iamlly, Sunday.
Ruth Hoss called on Amy Igo Sun
day afternoon.
Mrs. Margaret Dickey, of Winches
ter, has been visiting relatives here
the past week.
Henry Temple called on L. C. Hoss
and family, Friday afternoon.
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For Every Living Thing On The
Farm.
Free ; a 500; page book on the treat-1
ment and care of "Every Living Thing I
on the Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs, i
aheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum- j
phreys' Vetinary Specifics ; also a sta-!
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
ap. Free by mail on application. Ad i
dress Humphreys Homeo Med. Co.,
,'orner Williams & Ann Sts.,N.Y. adv
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FRIDAY. DECEMBER 18.
Special Attraction Tonight.
Selig Hearst No. 68 War and other Incidents.
"His Dominant Passion"
A Drama that grasps you with its power. Leah Baird Wtl
Ham Humphrey.
"Just Like a Woman"
Our Own Little Mary Pickford.
Soeclal Request: "Holy Name Rally" Cincinnati, and "Cor
ner Stone Laying at St. George's Catholic School ' Local pat
rons were In a portion of the.se ceremonies Aio our Militarj
Band. Big Five Reel Show Admission 5 and 10 cents.
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 19.
The first appearance on Saturday of our Famous "SWEEDIE"
Comedies and the S & A. Police Force. These are the greatest
Comedies ever shown In this city. Let us show you. An Old
Time Western Feature In three parts entitled
"Chip ot the Flying U"
with Tom Mix the world's greatest Cowboy, and our old time fa
vorite, Kathlyn Williams. Take it from Chaney, here is some
Show.
FRANRLIN VALLEY.
Dec. It, 1914.
Mrs. P. A. Simpson and daughter,
Maude, called on Mrs. Lee Lelbrock,
Thursday afternoon
Mrs. Roscoe Garen spent Saturday
with Mrs. Jas. Meyers.
Mrs. Grace McCoy and children vis
ited her sister, Mrs. Ruth Waddell,
one day last week.
Mrs. Ella Henry and daughter,
Ruth, called on Mrs. Ella Holladay,
Saturday evening.
Miss Osa Spruance, of Marshall, was
the guest of Mrs Grace McCoy, from
Wednesday until Saturday.
Several from here attended the fun
eral of Mrs. R. L. Watts, of near Mar
shall, Wednesday.
Mrs. Lee Lelbrock called on Mrs
D. T. Holladay, Friday afternoon.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Miller,
Dec. 13, a boy.
A box supper will be held at the
Carmel school house, Saturday, Dec.
20, for the benefit of the school. Every
one Invited.
Miss Faith Sams spent Sunday with
Miss Eva Eubanks, of Fort Hill.
John Sara and family called on Miss
Allle Hlatt, of Carmel, Sunday afternoon.
KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE TURKEYS
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22
Also Keep Your Eye Open for the
"Royal Wild West"
The Greatest Burlesque Western ever shown In this city.
Big Special Matinee Today Five Heels
Catch a Turkey and get In FREE Today
WE WANT 10,000 KIDDIES CHRISTMAS DAY
We want Every Kiddle In the county to be our guest at our Big
Christmas Matinee. Its our anual treat We will have some pro
gram and some good time. Have mother fix you up and send you
to our Theatre between 1:30 and 3:30 p. m Adults a dime
Francis Bushman is here Christmas Day'
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There Is more Catirrh la thl3 section of
the country than, all otlur diseases put
tosetlicr, cd ut II t'..o lr.st fv ycra
yas imposed to 1)3 Incurable. For a great
many years do-.ti.r3 prrnou.iccd It a local
dlscaso nil prescribe J locr.l remedies, an:l
by constantly faillnj to euro with loci
treatment, pronounccJ It Incurable. Scl
tnre hns proven Catarrh to bo a consti
tutional dl3caso, and thcreforo requires
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Che .ey &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is tho only Ccstltu
tlonal cure on tho market. It Is taken In
ter'ully In doses frcm 10 drcps to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous surf-ici c' the system. They
offer one hundred doll i-s for any casa It
fills to cure. Send for circulars and tes
timonials. AWress: P. 3. CniWEY A CO., Toledo, O.
f"li 17 Drup-33, T'c.
Take nail's Family Pills for constipation.
RAINSBORO.
Dec. 14, 1014.
Miss Kathrvn Zane returned to her
home in Hllls'boro last Saturday, after
a two weeks visit with friends here.
There was no Epworth League at
. the M. E. church last Sunday night
Ion account of the revival meetings at
New retersourg.
I Geo Free spent a few days last
week In Columbus.
Miss Grace Watts, who attends the
Ohio University at Athens, was called
here last week by tho death of her
grandmother, Mrs. Roderick Watts,
but returned to her school duties on
Saturday.
The nigh School pupils will furnish
the music at the Epworth League
next Sunday night under the leader
ship of Miss Grace Coleman.
Mrs. Carey Holladay has been sick
for several days witli a serious attack
of tonsil Itls.
RtiV. B. H. Ryan is engaged in a
very interesting revival meeting at
New Petersburg
Burch Hlxon and wife and A. G.
Cameron and wife attended the funer
al of Mrs Watts at Marshall, Wednes-
ay.
I Mrs. Geo. Free, who has been in a
nospuai in uoiumuusiorseveral weeks
was able to be moved home Sundaj.
The Farmers Institute will be in
session here at the K of P. hall as
this goes to press. Frank Blackfora,
of Eldorado. U F Green, of Pataskla,
and Mrs. Ida Durbln, of Fredrick
town will be the speakers The' music
will be furnished by the Grassviile
Male Quartett. who will give an en
tertainment at i he hall on Thur.sria
The Sunbeams will enjoy a birthday
party at the home of their teacher
next Saturday afternuon.
Mrs. McCIain's Experience Wills
Croup.
"When my boy, Ray, was small 1 e
was subject to croup, audi was always
alarmed atsuch times Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy proved far be ter than
any mhr for this trouble It alwas
relieved hlni quickly I am never
without it in the house for I know It
is a positive cure for croup," writes
Mrs. W. R McClain, Blairsville, Pa.
For sale by All Dealers. adv
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