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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1914.
SAVU A DOLLAR
Twelfth Annual Bargain Offer of
Ohio State Journal, Making
Sweeping Reduction in
Throughout the month of January,
1915, the Twelfth Annual Bargain
Offer of the Ohio State Journal will be
Ohio newspaper readers who are
supplied with mall by rural carriers
nml tlinco tvlin ruatrtn In smnll tnwnQ
where the Ohio State Journal does not
maintain an agency will have an op
portunity to secure one year's sub
scription by mall for only Two Dollars
It seems remark tble that as big ani
complete a nevspipar as die Ohio
State Journal cjlii be offered at such a
low price. In istnuch as there has been
an advance in ever other line, it was Christmas with a line turkev dinner,
hardly to be expected that the man jier guests were: Mlts Sarah Anderson,
agement of the Ohio State Journal Geo. Groves, Mrs. Ewing Newby,
would consider a redaction at this rjhas Anderson and family and Elmer
time. Anderson and family.
However, the price is not only re Those home from tholr respective
duced during January, butthefur 'her schooa for Christmas vacation are:
announcement Is made that In future Grace Turner) who ls teaching In
the Monday Issues will contain the c,eveland( Mis.s Edith Barrett, who
same comic pages that appear In the ls attendlll(, college at Wilmington
Sunday Ohio State Jour al and vlsU,DR Mrs, John Sollars, and
This means the introduction of a W11ard Lirkin, aiso from Wilmlng
feature that will be highly appreciated tQn
by both old and young. You will have ' , , , .. A r.i.i nny,
a chance to get acquainted with the Rhard and Wlllard Larkln took
Katzenjammer family, Happy Hooli- dinner with their aunt in Samantha,
gan, Jimmy and his papa, Cousin Sunda-V- e
Willie and other celebrated comic Lyman Turner and wife were guests
characters. It will be a big treat and at S. A Turner's Christmas.
you will enjoy It.
From a news standpoint the Ohio
State Journal has a big advantage over
other publications. It is the only
morning newspaper pumisneu in uo-
lumbus or central Ohio and is there -
fore In position to furnish Its readers
with a newspaper on the day it ls
The Ohio State Journal owns the
Associated Press morning franchise in
the Columbus district and is also
represented by a large staff of state
correspondents, whose duty It ls to
supply the news from their respective
sections. The Associated Press ls
conceded to be the greatest news
gathering association in the world
and its service covers the entire
The condition of the weather ma
terially affects the business of the
larmer and It Is therefore necessary
that he be supplied with a dally
weather report. The Weather Map
and Weather Observations appearing
in the Ohio State Journal are issue J
12 hours later than those furnished
afternoon newspapers, dated fur the
next day, making the Ohio State
Jourual reports of real value to all
who are engaged In agricultural pur
suits. Those Interested in securing the
actual close of the Grain, Live Stock
and Produce Markets will appreciate
the excellent market page provided by
the Ohio State Journal.
Subscriptions may be sent to thU
office are mailed direct to the Ohio i
State Journal, Columbus, O. Remem
ber that commencing Feb. 1 the regu
lar rate will be restored.
If you will subs iribe to The news
HKRAL-D'or renew vcur subscription,
we will Include thre-5 nandard maga
zines, all ona yeir, for only 25c extra, i
WRITE OR PHONE. adv
Dec. 28, 1914.
C. E. King, of Cincinnati, spent the
holidays at home.
Charles Gossett. of Oregon, Is visit
ing his mother, Mrs. Maggie Gossett
Herman Layman and family, of
Lebanon, visited Mac naynes and
family last week
John Jacobs and daughter, Mary
Dixon, of near Hamilton, are visiting
friends and relatives here.
William Lamonda entertained Ed
ward Pence and family.of Shackelton,
and John Kler and family, Christmas.
Those taking dinner with Mallnda
King and family Sunday were ; Jacob
C. Jennings and son, Clarence, of
Columbus, 0. IS. King, of Cincinnati,
and Stanley Carpenter.
Jacob C. Jennings and son, Olar
enee, visited Ezra Carpenter and family
a few days last week.
Mrs. E. M. Hess has returned home
after spending a few days In Butler
county and Cincinnati.
Perry Moberly spent Christmas with
his sister, Mrs. .Tuda Riding.
Alonzo Lance, of Montgomery coun
ty, visited his parents during the
Sunday School at the Brethren
Church at 2 o'clock. Everybody
I have leased the new brick building
from Frank Gamble on West Beech
street and 1 have opened a new horse
shoeing shop where I will be pleased
to meet all my old customers, also new
James A. Swissiielm.
Wear-U-Well shoes, rubber boots
and overshoes, at Stabler's. adr
Dec. 28, 1914.
Notwithstanding the difficulties of
travel Christmas Eve, there was a
generous attendance at the entertain
I tupnt. The program was well render
led and then came the fun for the
'children, helping Santa Glaus. The
i committee wishes to thank Mr. Dud
le) for serving as Santa, and all the
men who helped place and decorate
the tree, also the women.
The Friends expect to occupy their
own church next Sunday. Maud
lloskins is in revival work at at High
'land but Joseph Hosklns will preach
here If-he Is able.
The Centertlel.l Agricultural Club
will hold Its next meeting January 8.
One of the numbers on the program
is a paper by Mrs. Turner, "How to
Keep the Boy on the Farm.
Mrs Joseph Larkln entertained
Miss Luclle Holmes 1b visiting at
Ashley Frazler recently fell from a
sied breaking his collar bone.
John Banks SDent Sunday with his
1 broUierj Josephf uodr nighlaud.
Mrs Grove is home from a months
visit in Ada.
John Leaverton is alright
after a few days Illness.
Dec. 28, 19'4.
J. W. Setty and wife, who have been
living in Mlddletown the past six
months, have returned here to make
Miss Lillian Ward, of Washington
0. II., Is spending a few days with
Miss Ethel Kesler.
Dick Ross and wife, of Dayton, are
visiting T. W. Gall and family.
Ray Tannel.ill, of Ft. Wayne, Ind ,
spent Friday andSiturday with C. C
Kesler and family.
Charley McCoppIn and family visited
W. O. Setty and family Sunday.
December 28, 1914.
Edward White and wife spent Xmas
Day with the former's father, H. 0.
White, of near ClllI Range
Cecil Rhoads, of near Cedar Point,
I was the guest of his brother, Fred,
Jas. Thompson and II. V. Mathews
were business visitors In Bainbrldge
Mrs. Mae Burby, of Washington C.
H., is the guest of her stepmother,
Mrs. Sallie Eubanks.
David Rhoads attended the funeral
of his brother, Henry Rhoads, at the
Saint's Church Sunday.
Misses Jane and Grace Havens were
the guests of their sister, Mrs. Elva
Cartwright, at Sinking Springs, on
Thursday night and Friday.
Fred Spargur and family, of Rains
boro, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
H. M. Eubanks.
Mrs. Jane Stults spent the latter
part of the week at the home of her
Mrs Elmer Cameron, of
near Marshall, while Mr. and Mrs.
.Cameron visited their son-in-law at
James and Chester Deardoff, who
are employed near Waverly spent
Xmas with their parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Matthews, of
this place, and Dr. and Mrs. Chap
man, of Sinking Springs, entertained
with a Christmas dinner at the old
home. The following guests were
present. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson West
and family, Mr. and Mrs J. O. Stults
and Clyde Eubanks, of this place, and
Mrs. Effle Carl, of Winchester.
Mrs. Martha Jihoads has been the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Frances , ne Hoaglands, were the guests Sun
Irons, in Mlddletown, for the last ten ! day of B- F Cochran and family.
Miss EdtthaHolten, who ls teaching
near Waverly ls spending the holidays
-j with the home folks.
Miss Nannie White and brother, i
John, have been conUned to their i
room with tonsllltls. )
James Deardoff spent Xmas night
with Vera Rhoads.
uanton west attenaea uie dox sup-
per at Carmel school house and report
ed a very Interesting time.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Waddel
on Dec. 20th, a fine son.
Ben Butler and wife called on Mrs.
II. V. Matthews Friday afternoon.
Tom McCall and wife and daugh
ter, of Boaver Mills, took supper with
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Stults Sunday
Dec. 28, 1914.
Clyde Moberly and family, of St.
Louis, Mo., are visiting his brother,
Cdarles Gossett, of Oregon, Is visit
ing his uncle, Clarence Gossett.
Clate and Sherman Stultz, of Mid
dletown, are visiting their parents
Alva Stultz and wire
Isaiah Roush, of Dodsonvllle, was
the guest of J. A. Mabln Chnstmas
Charles Davis, of nillsboro, was the
guest of his brother, A. A. Davis,
Mrs. Dora Riley, of Cincinnati, and
sisters, Miss Iva Stumbaugh and Mrs.
Stella Bauham, of Mt. Oreb, spent
Xmas with their parents, John Stum
baugh and wife.
Mrs. A. J. Tolle fell upon the Ice
last week and broke her arm.
Gus Rosselott jr., of Cincinnati,
took dinner with his parents, II. F.
Rosselott and wife, Xmas Day.
The public school under the super
vision of R. D. Tolle was very generous
in Its Xmas treat Thursday afternoon.
The school convened in Miss Ruth
Hodson's room, which she had beauti
fully decorated. The program given
showed the ottlctency of the teachers.
The Xmas tree and Santa Claus com
pleted the joy of the little folks. The
real Christmas spirit was enjoyed by
all present The teachers felt doubly
paid for their extra labor
December 28, 1914.
Owen Roush and family had as
their guests Xmas, Will Thompson
and family, of Dodsonvllle. Their
daughters, Mabel and Ruth, remained
H. R. Wilkin and family enjoyed
Sunday, with Clark Oadwallader and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crampton and
Mr and Mrs. Peter Saum spent Xmas
with A. E. Wilkin and family.
Mrs. E. C. Smith spent several days
last'week with her mother in West
Miss Wllda Lewis spent last week
with Miss Carrie Garrison, of near
Born to A. E. Wilkin and wife re
cently a daughter.
Mrs. Wm. Davidson and son, Gail,
of Frogtown, spent Xmas with Albert
Davidson and family.
Nathaniel Wilkin and family, of
Ed. Lewis and family and Mrs. Jane
Smith were callers at the home of
Gus Shaffer and family Saturday eve.
Albert Davidson and family spent
Sunday with Dick Brown and family.
Mrs. Stockwell, of Hillsboro, Is the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Uoch-
Qlt Workman and family, of Price-
town. SDent Christmas with Elza
Roush and wife.
Mrs. Wlllard Roush has returned
home after a visit with relatives here.
Will McCreight and wife spent sev
eral days las,t week with his parents
Mrs. L. E. Liggett and childree
spent the past week with relatives at
Dec 28, 1914.
F. L. McDaniel and wife took Xmas
dinner with his parents, T. N. Mc
Daniel and wife.
B. F. Lowman and family speut
Christmas with Isaac Jones.
Frank Sharp and family and James
Sharp and wife and daughter, Gladys,
spent Friday with Catharine Sharp.
Wilbur Miller and sister, Vina, took
dinner with Ezekiel Rudy, Friday.
Everett VenPelt spent Xmas with
Philip StrouD and wlfeand son.Llovd
spent Friday with Joseph Stroup and
Jacob Ratcllu" and wire spent Friday
with Judy McClellan.
Clarence Walker and wife, of West
boro, spent Xmas with! the latter's
parents, Allen Purdy and wife.
Raymond Rankin and family spent
Friday night and Saturday with Wm.
Malone and wife, of Lynchburg.
Faje and Vivian Purdy aresDendlnir
this week with Clarence Walker and
wife, of Westooro.
Bessie and Mary Burton spent Fri-
day night and Saturday with Eva
Otto Brewer and wife took dinner
with Chas. Jandes and wife, Sunday.
Dec. 28, 1914.
Nellie, Edith and Bessie Sinclair,
Electa Lowman and Elmer Perin dined
with Frances Edlnfleld and wife
Harvey Kellis and wife and baby
spent Thursday night and Friday with
her parents, R. A. McDaniel and wife.
People in this vicinity are making
good use of their sleds and sleighs.
Dorsey Houser spent one evening
this week at the McDaniel home.
Fred Fenner and wife spent Sunday
with M. E. Storor and wife.
Tom Perrin and family spent Sun
day wlthhls brother, Ellas, and family.
Nannie Kester and children, of
Farmer's Station, spent Sunday with
her mother and brothers.
Bill Powell and family called on his
brother, Harry, and family, Sunday.
Ottte Rolfe and children were with
her parents Sunday.
R. A. McDaniel and little daughters,
Emma and Madge, called on P. D.
Stotler Sunday night. Mrs. Stotler ls
Mrs. Ford called on L. Thompson
J. J. Perry, of Detroit, Mich., visited
friends here a few days last week.
First Door East of Merchants
WHEN YOU THINK OF
THINK OF THE
He makes his Vlctrola Kecord
hta 'quarters with us all the
year round A few of his good
Uncle Josh in a Dep't Store
Uncle Josh's Trip to Boston
Uncle Josh's Trouble in a Hotel
Uncle Josh in a Chinese Laund'y
Uncle Josh on a Bicycle
Uncle Josh at the Upera
Don't ( Iss seeing him at the
Friday and Saturday, Jan. 1-2
Dec. 23, 1914.
Miss Ethel Meyers, of Carmel. called
on Miss Clara Lowman Tuesday.
Harold Free spent Christmas with
his grandparents, 11. N. Head and
George Miller and son, Clarence, of
Marshall, and Geo-ge Henry and fami
ly took dinner with J. L Henry and
Miss Clara Lowman spent from
Wednesday until Sunday with her
parents at Harriett.
John II oil ad ay was the guest of his
uncle, O. R. Keelor, Thursday and
Floyd Stethem, of Carmel, took din
ner with Merrill Wardell and family,
Frank Garen and wife entertained
Xmas day with a family dinner.
J. L. Henry and family spent Sunday
with his parents, George Henry and
Dec. 28. 1914.
Mrs Ella Kelley, of Illinois, is the
guest of Mrs. Mary VanZant and
Mrs. David Sprinkle fell on the Ice
recently and broke her Jeg just below
Miss Blanche Steele is the guest of
relatives in Columbus.
M iss Cora Hocklnberger, of Hamil
ton, is spending the holidays with her
The funeral of Henry Trout, aged
88, was held at the Prospect M. E.
Church last Wednesday morning. He
was a very highly respected citizen of
E. E. West called on Mrs. N. B.
Lafferty, in Hillsboro, Thursday.
Ova Shannon gave a Xmas treat to
the pupils of his school last Thursday.
Mrs. Martha Eakins -visited her
daughter, Mrs. George Ballentine. in
Hillsboro, last week.
Mrs. E. E. West called on Mrs. John
Brown last week.
Ronald West spent Christmas with
his cousin, Claude West, near Carlisle
Burch Hott will lead prayer meeting
next Wednesday night.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate ol J. H. Crutn, Deceased.
Martha Cram has been appointed and
qualtaed as Administratrix with the will
annexed of the estate of J. H. Cram, late of
Highland County. Ohio, deceased.
Dated this 20th day of December A. D. I9U
adr - J. B. WOBurr,
Probate Judge of Said CountT.
65c per bu
$1.00 per bu
60c per bu
Bell Phone 262-R
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FOR 8 A I.E.
Farm and Town property always
for sale. Money loaned on Bexl Es
tate. Wade Turner,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
For Sale 116 acre farm on plks
'near New Market. For particulars
inquire at this office. adv tf
For Sale Two business houses 1
cated In Hillsboro. They are both wel
rented and the price asked ls low. Bea
C. Strain. Hillsboro, Ohio.
For Sale 8 Horse International
Gasoline Engine. First class condi
tion. John A. Kesler, Lynchburg O.
For Sale or trade for property
near Hillsboro, a farm of 30 acres at
Sinking Spring, 5 acres Inside the
corporation. Six room house, front
and back porches, barn, wood house,
fruit house, smoke house, chicken
houses and other out buildings. Good
orchard and some timber. Price rea
sonable. Call on or address L. D.
Stewart, Sinking Spring, Ohio.
You are responsible for the
eyes of your child.
Watch out for frowns and
squints when he reads or looks
at a book. Does he hold it too
near or too far? These things
grow fast but can be overcome
if discovered in time.
We insist on your bringing the
Hi CtaEe for Advising Yh
Dr. C. F. Fans,
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hillsboro, O.