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Entered at Post Olllce, Hillsboro, Ohio, as Second Class Matter.
ADVERTISING RATES Will
We Thank You.
During 1914 the News-Herald has been favored with liberal
support by the people of Highland county both in subscriptions and
advertising. In both of these departments this has been the best
year the paper has ever enjoyed since the present editor and man
ager took charge. We have attempted to show our appreciation by
giving the people a newspaper worth while. While the financial
returns have not been large we have felt well repaid for our efforts
and labor, many of our readers having complimented us on the ex
cellence of the paper we are publishing. We do not want to bore
our readers by blowing our own horn or tire them by publishing
the nice things others have said about the paper, but we have ap
preciated these compliments. We of course thought we were pub
lishing the best paper in Highland county and we have become con
vinced that the people of the county generally now are of the same
opinion, even some who personally are not particularly fond of us.
The selecting of the News-Herald by newspaper men as one of the
52 best country newspapers in the United States was in our opin
ion not only a compliment to us but also to Highland county, as a
newspaper is representative and denotes the character of the peo
ple of its community. We have done our best to give you a good
newspaper and will continue to do so. We do not think the News
Herald is perfect. We know there are many ways in which it can
be improved and hope during the coming year to give the people
of Highland county better service than in the past. The more lib
eral and larger patronage we receive of course the better service
we can give. We solicit your support on the quality of the paper
we are publishing and would suggest if you are not now a sub
scriber that you subscribe and get acquainted with the News-Herald.
We thank all of our patrons for their support and will appre
ciate a continuance of it. We wish everyone a New Year full of
joy, happiness, contentment and prosperity. May 1915 be the best
year so far in the lives of all of us. But it depends largely on each
of us how good it will be.
Do Not Interfere With Childhood Sports.
Whenever the time comes that you no longer get pleasure out of
watching and seeing young people have a good time, something
has gone out of your life and you need the sympathy rather than
the censure of your fellowman.
The last ten days have been ideal for the young folks with the
nne coasting, sleighing and Skating. While if their sport has been
indulged in near your home it may have at times disturbed your
rest, do not complain or do anything to interfere with the good
times. Do not throw ashes or scrape off the snow where coasting
is good. If you were a real boy or girl, one who entered into all
itte sports ot childhood, you will remember how you felt towards
the man or woman who did these things. Neither complain if the
walking is slippery or if you have to get off the pavement or walk
on the side of the road to get out of the way of the sleds.
To see the children happy, watch their bright and glowing
faces, observe the joy they are securing should more than repay
you for any inconvenience it may cause you. It should bring back
memories of your childhood and the glorious times you had, care
free, careless, happy and contented.
You can remember the bitterness and enmity aroused in you
against the man or woman who interfered with your childhood
pleasures; how intensely you disliked the man or woman who scat
tered ashes or scraped the snow off of your favorite coasting place.
An even after you grew up you retained some of this ill feeling.
And more than this to secure the ill will of the children will cause
you more trouble than the temporary inconvenience you may suf
fer through their play. Once you secure their enmity they are
certain to to try to get even. When they commit pranks and get
into miscniei you are tne one wno is most iiKeiy to suiter. It is
the man or woman they dislike, whose fruit they plan to steal,
whose door bell they ring, whose dog or cat they will mistreat, on
whose grounds they will trespass, or the many other petty things
they will do to irritate and annoy.
Cares, troubles and sorrows come to all of us soon enough.
Our childhood is very brief. If you are too old to longer be able to
take part in and enjoy the sports of young people, at least do not
do anything to spoil their pleasure. Their good time should make
While you may not travel as fast as in some other vehicles, if
you want a real joy ride try the water wagon.
The coal pile dwindeleth with startling rapidity and the coal
bill mounteth to alarming heights.
Sometimes when we criticise the actions of people, we are only
showing our ignorance of the proper thing to do.
A headline in an exchange says, "Ben Davis sentenced to five
years in pen," and if he is the man who is responsible for Ben Davis
apples he certainly received a light sentence.
December 28, 1014.
Mrs. Margaret Gibler is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Roberts, at New Market.
Ben Vance and family, of Morrow,
Roland Vaughn and family, of Sugar
tree Ridge, and wrn. Sonner and wife
spent Xmas with James Vance and
Miss Ruth Custer, of Belfast, is
spending a tew days with her parents,
F. C. Custer and wife.
The following guests were enter
tained by James Leininger and wife
Xmas: Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Sanders,
Nat Tannehill and family, Miss Grace
Whlsler and fiurley Carrier.
Editor and Manager
Be Mmlo Known on Application.
Ira Overstake, of Fincastle, spent
Wednesday night with Nat Tannehill
Mary, Ruth and Anna Custer spent,
bunday evening with Bessie and Grace
U. F. Morten and family and Ralph
Miller and sister, Miss Neta, of New
Market, visited Wm. Sonner and fam
II. E. Wilkin and sons, Orin and
Orlo, and daughter, Mlsa Kthel, and
John Wilkin were entertained by P, S.
Bell and wife at New Market Sunday.
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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO,
Deo. 28, 11)14
John Cochrau and family enjoyod
Xmas with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Miss Fern Stockwell, of Perry, la.
Is the truest of her grandparents, Wm
Stockwell and wife.
Homer Burton and wife and Miss
Silvia Young visited Leonard Roush
and family, Sunday.
G E Brown and family spent Fri
day with John Puckott and family, at
Walter Shillar and Henry Hoffman,
of Cincinnati, were visitors of the for
mer's father, C. fi, Shaffer, part of
Win. McLaughlin received the sad
news of the death or his nephew
Dallas McLaughlin, at his home In
Mlddletown last week. He formerl)
The teacher of our school, Hugh
Stockwell, and the pupils arranged
quite a ple.vsent surprise; on one of
their schoolmates, Clifford Shaffer,
who has been sick for several weeks
by fixing up a nice Christmas tree
loaded with useful presents and
trig it to his home west of town.
Wm. Miller visited relatives
friends In Cincinnati last week.
The entertainment that 'was an
nounced In last week's correspondence
of the New Year's entertainment at
the Reformed churchjwlll not be held,
as the time was to limited too prepare
Mrs. Cora Roebuck and daughter,
Madge, of near Prlcetown, visited Geo.
Mann and family Saturday.
Misses Loree and Bessie Jones,
Clarice Knauer and Wm. Knauer
spent from Thursday until Saturday
Miss Chlora Stockwell, of Clncin
nati, and Dwight Stockwell, of Nor
wood, were guests of relatives here
Dyspepsia is America's curse. To
restore digestion, normal weight, good
health and purify theblood, use Bur
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stores. Price $1. adv
Dec. 28, 1914.
Born Dec. 21, to Harloy Cluff and
wife, a daughter, Hazel Margaret.
James Wilkin and family, of Pros
pect, spent Thursday night with Her
man Wilkin and wife.
Allen Pence and family are enter
taining friends from Cincinnati.
Ellis Wilkin and wife spent Xmas
with home folks at Allensburg.
Luclle Warson, of Westerville, is
spending the holidays with her grand
parents, P. W. Charles and wife.
Charles Orebaugh was a guest of
Ulrlc Roush Sunday.
Chas Trop and wife and Alva Over
man and wife spent Friday with Geo.
Culhan and family, of Russell.
Frank Orebaugh and family were
entertained to dinner Friday by Lewis
Orebaugh and wife, of Hillsboro.
nerman Wilkin and wife spent Sun
day with Ira Tlce and wife.
Miss Ethel Robinson was the guest
of Mrs. G. G. O. Pence, Wednesday
Chester Hardin and family, of Wil
mington, were guests Sunday of Chas.
Trop and family.
General Pence and family and Mrs.
S. J. Pence spent Xmas with Wright
Fawley and wife,
Joe Wolfe, of Cincinnati, spent Sat
urday night and Sunday with Allen
Pence and family. ,
Thomas Roush, wlfa and grandson
visited their son, Guy, and family,
Miss Bessie Easter spent Sunday
with Blanche Pence.
Miss Leadell McNeil is spending a
few days at the home of Will Haines.
McMannls Eaklns and family were
guests Sunday of Austin Robinson and
Loyd Bottle and, wife, of Falrview,
spent one day recently with the for
Albert Pence and wife, of Lumber
ton, visited Ed Rales and family, Sun
day Leone and Louise Pence, spent a
part of last week with their Grand
mother Purdy, of Hillsboro.
John Robinson and wife, of Tile
Junction, were the guests of Ed.
Chaney and family, Sunday.
The entertainment given at Mt.
Zlon Christmas Eve was a decided
success. The children rendered the
program well and a large crowd at-
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December 23, 1014.
Mr and Mrs. M. M. Workman had
as thslr guests Xmas their sons, Earl,
of Athens, and Warren, and family
and Mr. and Mrs Orlie Teboe.
Miss Lulu Burton, of Allensburg
Is visiting Frank Gtbler and family.
Miss Madge Gossett, of Needful,
spent Xmas eve and day with her
cousin, Miss Mary Gossett.
Miss Ruth Pulliarn. of Cincinnati.
Is visiting her grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Pulliam.
Worth Foust and sister, Miss Ruth, j
entertained a number of their friends
Saturday evening. Those present
k vs n lfAin i. 1 a rJ nn n 1 . Pt IlI.
wen; nMra uiaujsauu urate Bmiui,
Stella Shdffei, Ruth Pulliam, Hazel
Gossett. Lillie Tedrlck, Sarah and
Lavern Barker and Mrs. Otis Barker
and Ben Brown, Hoyt Leininger, Ray
mond Fawley and Claud Gossett.
Miss Lilly Tedrlck, of Hillsboro,
spent from Xmas eve until Sunday
evening with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Tedrlck,
Mr-and Mrs. Ozro Barker and son,
Kermlt, Lizzie and Gladys McLaugh
lin, Rachel and Nellie Faris spent
Xmas with Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Ward
low. Mr. and Mrs. Willie McLaughlin
and son, Leroy, were at Robert Mc
The ladles of the Christian Church
will give a box supper New Year's
night at the I O. O. F. Hall. Every
body Is cordially invited.
Charles and Everett Gossett wore
f uest3 Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John
Miss Dorothy Hartman visited Miss
Gladys McLaughlin Sunday.
George Burkett, who has been vis
iting relatives at Muncle, Ind., has
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Jodry and son,
Marlon, were guests of relatives at
Miss Nell Wardlow is spending the
holidays with her parents.
Sanford Carrier and family spent
Sunday with H. J. Vance and family
near East Danville.
Miss Ethel Lyons, of Buford, visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Landess recently.
Miss Gertrude Whitley spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. Pulliam.
Mr. and Mrs. Moody Pulliam enter
tained about twenty-five of their
friends Xmas night, the ocoasion be
ing their tenth wedding anniversary.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Roads and
daughter, Velma, spent Sunday after
noon with Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Abra
Miss Opal Landess spent from
Thursday night until Saturday with
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Winkle and
grandson, Millard Winkle, of Winkle,
aended church here Sunday,
For any pain, burn, scald or bruise,
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December 28, 1014.
Mr. and Mrs Delbort Williamson
spent Christmas with the latter's par
ents, P. H. Miller and wife.
James Satterfleld and family took
dinner with Noble Satterfield and
Misses Ada McNulty and Mae and
Marguerite Snyder, of Louden, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Wm.
SatterUeld and wife.
Misses Leila Guslin and Ida Court
ney calltd on Myrtle Vanzant Sunday
Starley Reno and wife and baby
were the.gue3ts of Harlev Hnnklns
and family Sunday,
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i Mrs. Klla Uourtnv called on Mrs.
Mary Miller Saturday afternoon.
R. H. Streber and wife spent Sun
day evening with John Satterfleld and
Joe Shaw and family, of Harriett,
took dinner Sunday with Ed. Boat
man and family.
Arch SatterUeld and wile were bus
iness callers at Belfast Wednesday.
William Satterfleld and wife enter-,
talned the young folks of this vicinity
with a musio party Saturday night.
Leila Gustin spent Christmas with
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
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Dec. 28, 1914.
The Xmas entertainment given at
the M. E. Church Thursday night was
The Farmers Institute, which was
to have been held at tins place Jan. 1
and 2, has been postponed.
J. E. Chapman and wife spent Fri
day with the latter's sister, Mrs. Har
ley Matthews, at Fort Hill.
Mrs. Wm. Butler, of Idaho, spent a
few days last week, with Lloyd Butler
Miss Olga Swlsshelm has been visit
ing at the home of Ove Swlsshelm and
Miss Bessie Johnson took dinner
with Bessie Porter, Friday.
Misses Grace and Jaue Havens, or
Ft. Hill, spent Friday with their
sister, Mrs. Elva Cartwrlght.
Frank Nace and wife and son, Cole
man, spent Saturday and Sunday with
Mrs. Wm. Nace.
Dr. J. K. McNulty spent Xmas with
his family at Louden.
Frank Garman and daughter, Roma
spent Friday with James Rhoads and
Mrs. Maggie Beekman, ot Peebles,
visited relatives here last week. She
was accompanied home by her sister,
Mrs. Martha Argo.
Mrs. Mahlon Fry and Mrs. Anna
Hlser took dinner with Ellsworth Frye
and wife, Friday.
Miss Margaret Chapman, of Win
Chester,, spent the holidays with rela
Rev. Dlepert filled his regular ap
pointment at the M. E. Church last
Chester Rhoads and wife are visit
ing at the home of James Butler and
Sick headache Is nearly always
caused by disorders of the stomach.
Correct them and the periodic attacks
of sick headache will disappear. Mrs.
John Bishop, of Roseville, Ohio,
writes: "About a year ago I was
troubled wlthllndlgestion and had sick
headache that lasted for two or three
days at a time. I doctored and tried a
numberof remedies but nothing helped
me until during one of those sick spells
a friend advised me to take Chamber
lain's Tablets. This medicine relieved
me In a short time. For sale by All
Accurate measurements has shown
that few raindrops exceed one-fifth of
an inch In diameter.
There Is mora Catarrh In this section o
!! country than all otlur diseases pat
together. anJ until the last few years
ns supposed to bs ln"urablo. For a en ai
mi.ny jcira doctors prrnouaced It a iocal
disease uvl preicribcU 1 -c-1 rmca.cs, and
tiy constantly failing to cure with local
'rcutment, pronounced It Jnqurabjo, Sci
ence has proven Catarrh to bo a consti
tutional disease, and therefore requires
'onstltutlonal treatment. Hull's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Chi ey &
Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only Cc.istltu
tlonal cure on the market. It Is taken In
ternally In doaes from 10 drops to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on the blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system. They
offer one hundred doll in for any caso ft
fills to cure. Send for circulars and tes
timonials. Address: P. J. CHE'JEY A CO., Toledo.'o.
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