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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1914.
vasln Cincinnati on ,
.J box Talcum
tan, of Cincinnati, visited
Donald Durnell spent Mouday in
Miss Mary B. Evans wis in Middle
town on business a few days last week
Gloves, Sox, Underwear etc., Stab
ler's 5 and 10c Store. adv
Prof Lee Gutrldge is
relatives at Newark.
the guest of
Miss June Doorley is spending today
Misses Grace Duckwall and Fanny
Trop spent Monday in Cincinnati.
Misses Jane and Naomi Roads were
in Cincinnati, Monday.
Misses Anne and Mary Hanlon w ere
in Cincinnati Monday.
JohnMalone visited his parents
Vrbana a few days last week.
If Miss Letltia Dudley, of Dayton,
visiting nersister, airs, ueorgeiemon.
Mrs. J. M. Riza-, of North Balti
more, is visiting tiw niece, Mrs. J. W.
CoL Melville W. Hayes, of Wllmlng-
r V-. wqq Vioro rtn locral hnslnfVSS. Motl
rjrt ,. -.. .-0 ,
Insist on Sterling Mazda bulbs, sold
only at Stabler's Just three limes as
much light for the same cost. adv
About twenty couple enjoyed a very
delightful dance at Bell's Hall Christ
Narka Nelson visited relatives
at Newport, Ky., from Monday until
Mis3 Louie Carlisle, of Columbusi
has been the guest of her parents, Mi'
id Mrs. John Carlisle, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Hamer Miller, or Con-
.vcoro townsnip, weuu ui nunu usu
week to spend the winter.
Waiting for the mall to open? You
will find your favorite cigar at Stab
ler's. Just a step from the P. O. adv
Miss Faith Glenn spent Thursday
with her sister. Miss Nina, at Christ's
Miss Gladys McKeever, of Williams
burg, is visiting Miss Claudlne John
Miss Catherine Mclntyre, of Cincin
nati, was the guest of relatives here
Mrs. J. E. Leaverton has gone to
Leesburg for a two weeks visit w 1th
her daughter, Mrs. Theodore Grlttln.
Miss Lucille Carroll, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with her aunts, the
Itching, bleeding, protruding or
blind piles have yielded to Doan's
Ointment. 50c at all stores. adv
Miss Nelle Shields returned to West
Carrollton Sunday after a short visit
with friends here.
Conger Roads, of. Cleveland, was the
guest of his father, Noah Roads, over
Prof, and Mrs. J. B. Conard, of
Cleveland, spent the past week with
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Ambrose.
Miss Helen and William Barrett, of
Columbus, spent Christmas with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parkes and
children spent Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Coler, at Milford.
Edward Archer, of Akron, visited
.Mr. and Mrs. George Devitt, from
Thursday until Sunday.
Mrs. Adoiphus Koch and grandson,
Adolphus ElUfrltt, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh Elllfrltt, at Elkhart,
Prof. Harry Franze is spending the
r;irlfttmis vacation with relatives at!
John McMabon, of Loveland, spent
a few days last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. McMahoa.
Miss Katherlne Evans went to Co
lumbus Saturday, where she will visit
Miss Mary Dillon for & week.
Burch D. Hugglns, of Columbus, was
the guest of his father, Judge H. M.
Hugglns, Friday and Saturday.
CoL L. B. Boyd spent Christmas
la Cleveland with his daughter, Mrs.
Fred Larkln returned to Cleveland
vutufev. xfter a short visit with his
sister, Mrs. Dick Rockhold.
A. W. Deltrich, of Milford, was the
KuestotMr.and Mrs. J. E- Carroll,
Wlll&rd Wilson, who to attending
'Wwure Reserve Law School, Is at
km tot the holidays.
lira. Jaw S. Evans, who Is teach
is here for the holiday vacation.
Miss Mary Vaughn, of Ashland, was
the guost of her sister, Mrs. 0. E.
Turner, a few days last wiek
Mrs. Mike Fcstan, of Cincinnati,
spent Clnlstmas with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. White. .
Mrs. S iletherlngton had a dinner
party Saturday evening for her daugh
ter, Miss Louise.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Reeves, of Day
ton, spent Friday with the former's
sister, Mrs Phillip Weyrlch.
John Whltp, of Stuttgart, Ark., Is
Visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. White. I
Mrs. Edward Moore, of Toledo, has
been the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Schilhy, for several days.
Henry Hopkins returned to Barber
ton Sunday after a short visit with
his sons, John and Ova.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Stabler had as I
their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Parsons, of Cincinnati.
About twenty-five couple of the
younger social set enjoyed a dance at
Hell's Hall Wednesday night.
Ralph Sams, Robert Seybert, Wll
lard Wilson and Otwav Conard spent
Monday with friends in Greenfield.
Prof. Charles Vance, of Flora, 111.,
Is spending his vacation with his par
ents. Mr. and Mrs. I. K. Vance.
Miss Anna Evans entertained a few
of her friends with cards Tuesday
Mr. and Mrs Charles Brovn, Miss
May Larkln and Roy H. Bunn attended
a dance at New Vienna Christmas
Galloway Elibben, of
turned home Sunday,
visit with his parents,
J. M. Hibben.
after a short
Mr. and Mrs.
Misses Mary and Clara McMeekln, of
Cincinnati, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Stevenson, a few days
Clarence Richards returned to his
home in Dayton Sunday, after a few
days visit with his uncle, Charles
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nay lor and
children spent Christmas with the
former's parents, Mr. a id Mrs. Daw
son Naylor, In Columbus.
Mr and Mrs. Roscoe Walker, of
Norwood, returned home Sunday, after
a few days visit with the latter's sister,
Mrs Charles Swartz.
Eiward A. Lockwood, for 30 years
editor of the Clermont Sun, of Batavla.
died Sunday of last week, from a stroke
of paralysis suffered a week before.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Satterfleld
spent Christmas with the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs O. M. Groves, of
Dr. and Mrs. Raymond Splckard, of
Blanchester, and Miss Litta Reees,
of Lynchburg, were entertained by
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Dean Christmas.
That part of the story of the Million
Dollar Mystery which ,'wlll be shown
at the Orpheum tonight appears in
this issue of Tue News-Herald.
Miss Julia Rogers, wno is attending
Miami University at Oxford, is the
guest of her brothers, Dr. Roy and
Miss Eva and Lewis Pearce have
been tue guests of their sister, Mrs.
Thomas Hern, at Madisonville, the
Miss Oleta Mercer, of Greenfield, re
turned home Monday, after a visit
with iter grand parents, Dr. and Mrs.
D. N. McBrlde.
Mrs. Neal Noble, of Middletown, re
turned home Tuesday, after a weeks
visit with Mrs. Ida Moore, of Mt.
Kenneth Buehanan, who is attend
ing Illinois University at Champaign,
111., has been the guest of his sister,
Mrs. P. H. Miller, the past week.
Miss Ellen Steele, who has been
spending her vacation with her sis
ter, Mrs. Lyman Beecher, will re
turn to Cincinnati today.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Watts and child
ren, of Peebles, visited Judge and
Mrs. T. M. Watts, Saturday and Sun.
Mrs. Charles EUIfritz and son, Fred,
of Columbus, were the guests of the
former's daughter, Mrs James Mo
Mullen.from Wednesday until Sunday
Mrs. W. E. Coffman, of Akron, who
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Storer, returned home
it you are interested In tne Million
Dollar Mystery you should read the
story as it Is published In tha Tub
News-Herald before seeing the
pictures at the Orpheum Thursday
Miss Etta Brown, of Kearney, Neb ,
who Is a teacher In the Nebraska State
Normal College, has been visiting her
mother, Mrs L. M. Brown, the past
TO YOU ALL
This is a Good Time to Extend
We greet our friends of course.
We greet our customers who are our busi
We greet our business associate's in other
lines ill this community.
We greet our competitors and their custom
ers. We greet everybody Even our enemies if
we have any or if there are any who think they
We wish you all a Happy and
TThe Iron Clad
Miss Cora Bell gave a very enjoyable
the dansant Tuesday afternoon
George L. Garrett visited relatives
in Lebanon, Christmas.
Miss Cecil Stratton entertained a
number of her friends with a dinner
Prof, and Mrs. Peabody, of Nor
wood, were the guests Christmas of
Mrs Lena Meyers.
James Mullally, of Cincinnati, was
a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Lyman Beeceer Christmas.
Charles E . Lyle, of Toledo, has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James G. Lyle, the past week
Fob Sale Monroe Ice Chest. In
quire of Mrs. Jas. Evans, 233 E. Wal
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Conard have
been the guests of their son, Lang, at
Washington C. H., since Thursday.
A. T. Boatman, of Dayton, visited
his niece, Mrs. Garrett Wedding, a few
days the first of the week.
Extra Candy Special, Saturday, Jan.
2. All Day. Chocolate Drops and
Elite Creams, at half price, 10c per
pound. Stablers's 5 & 10c Store adv
Stabler's Candy Special, Saturday,
Jan. 2 All Day. Chocolate Drops
and Elite Creams, at half price, 10
per pound. adv
Mrs. Earl Frank and daughter, who
have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs
S H. Frank, returned to their home
in Cincinnati Sunday.
New Year Special, Saturday, Jan. 2,
2 p. m. 10 quart galvanized buckets,
10c each. One to a customer. Stabler's
5 & 10c Store. ' adv
I Mrs. G. B. Beecherand Mrs. Balkam
Schoyer will go to New City Saturday
for a visit with Mrs. Beeche'r's child
ren, Mrs. William F. Allen and Nor
man B. Beecher.
Miss Zetta Rudilsll, of Lima, and
Miss Ethel Rudlslll, who is attending
onltofra In ntnvnlanrt. am Min oniflsts nf
their parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. S.I
Mr. and Mrs. William Head, of Ann
Arbor, Mich , were the guests of the
Misses Margaret and Nan h'alrley and
other relatives here the first of the
Frank Jeans returned Thursday
from Boston, Mass , where he attend
ed the wedding of his son, Dr. Philip
Jeans to Miss Grace Whitt.er Cush
ing. Harry Chaney, of Vlncennes, Ind
was the guest of his father, Henry
Chaney, and sisters, Mrs. Marie T.
Jones and Miss Margaret Chaney ,'f rom
Thursday until Sunday.
The Dostofllce at New Vienna was
robbed one night last week. The bur
glars secured about $200 in money and
stamps. No clew to their Identity
has been discovered.
Twin daughters were born Monday
to Mr. and Mrs. William Powell, of
Dayton. Mrs. Powell is a daughter of
Mrs. Gertrude Wlnegardnor, of this
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Morrow, of
Hartwell, are visiting the latter's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Asher.
Miss Mabel Asher who had been the
guest of the Morrows for a month, re
turned with them.
Harry D. Waddell, who Is In the
city department of the state bureau
of accounting and supervision of public
offices, was the guest of his cousin,
Miss Ella Dill, from Thursday until
Monday. He went from here to Belle
f ontatne to examine the books of that
Prosperous New Ye'v.
George McConnaughey entertained
a number of his friends with a dinner
Mlss Florence Harsha has returned
from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Meyers, at Willlamsport.
Miss Georgia Ljons, of Newport,
Ky., has btcn visiting Miss Ruth
Cadwell, since Thursday,
Fred Lacy, of Blanchester, spent
Christmas with his brother, C. M.
Miss Margeret Richards, of Sabina,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Burch Rlber, Christmas.
Mx and Mrs. (Jlltlord Smlthson, of
New Vienna, spent Christmas with
Mrs T. H. Dillon.
Miss Susan Gore entertained a num
ber of her young friends with a din
ner Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Sarah Stroup spent Xmas with
her daughter, Mrs. Chris Jonte, at
Mrs. Harold Hill and daughter, of
Cleveland, are visiting her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Al. Strain.
Mrs. W. ,S. nawthorne, of Cin
clnnatl, is the guest of her mother,
Mrs Martha Mahan.
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Vance spent
Xmas with the latter's sister, Mrs.
Chris Jonte, at Norwood. They re
turned home Tuesday.
William Maroney, who is attending
a business college In Columbus, is
spending his vacation with his father
Miss Claudlne Johnson will enter
tain a number of her girl friends with
a slumber party, tonight.
Dr. and Mrs. Earl R Slutz and
children were entertained Christmas
by Rev. M. P. Zink and daughter.
Prof. Hayes Hunter, of Wooster,
has been visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Hunter, and brother, W.
H. Hunter, the past week.
Misses Kathlyn and Ruby Billings
i J ocaiuuii, nave ucoii viaittu mi.
azi'i .irs. w, n. rence, me past weex.
Tuej will return home today.
Mrs Maggie Smalley received a bas
ket of fruit from Miss Bessie Herron
and Aliss Margaret Wilson, of Clian
dier, Fla., for Christmas.
The Altruistic Association will meet
at the home of the Misses Murphy on
N. nigh street Saturday afternoon.
A full attendance is desired.
The farmers of Clinton county have
suffered heavy losses through the rav
ages of hog cholera in the last few
Special, Saturday Jan. 2, Two p. m.
Ten quart galvanized buckets, 10c
each Only one to a customer at this
price. Stabler's of course. adv
Mrs. Harvey Peeling and children,
who have been living in Canton, 111.,
but recently moved to Cincinnati, are
visiting the former's parents, Capt.
and Mrs. W. J. Morgan.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Teter were the
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Roy
Barrett, in Leesburg, Friday. They
attended the wedding of their niece,
Miss Ruth Miller, and Harley Grandle,
B. M. Lucas and family, of Dallas,
received a Xmas box from Pawhuska,
Okla., being sent by their daughter,
Mrs. John Waddell, formerly a resl.
dentofthlscounty. It contained many
pretty and highly appreciated presents!
among which were handpalnted china'
cups and saucers and a beautiful In
dian slumber robe for her parents,
which have been very much admired
by man of their friends.
I Thomas Kelley, of Chicago, was the
guest of Rev. Fr. Hurke Saturday.
Prnfu H C. Plft-irann A T. tiA.r.
lngion, W. 11. Vance, L. L. Gall, J.
FI. Bradley, D. E. Stewart and Ben B.
Vance are amoiu the teachers from
this county who are attending the
State Teachers Association at Colum
bus, this week.
Mr and Mrs. George Pugh had as
their guests Christmas Hlsa Stock a ell
and famll nut Bllsworth Wilkin and
family, of Danville, Mr. and Mrs T.
U Chane), of L. neliburir, Mr ami
Mrs. C. C. Winkle, of Kast Danville,
H. W. Stockwell and famllj, of Nor
natl, Miss Fern Stockwell, of Terry
Io., and Walter Lemon and family.
Dr Earl R Slutz married live cot -pie
the past week: Homer Stone, of
Seaman, and Rosle Parr, of Hlllsboro
on Wednesday; Curtis Smith and Mar
garet Joues, of Greenfield, and Jes-e
G. Rose and Mjrtle Kellis, of Les
burg, on Thursilaj; Reuben Cowne, ( f
Leesburg, and Mae Tucker, of Hilts
boro, Monday, and Roy Meredith and
Hazel Shlnkle, of Greenfield. Wednes
The residents of the Kingston
neighborhood, Ross county, have been
losing many chickens and some pigs in
the last few months An animal be
lleved to be a wolf iskilllng the poultrj
and swine. Dogs have been put on his
trail but are afraid of the animal As
a means of ridding the neighborhood
of this dangerous beast, which has dc
stroed considerable property, plans
have been made for a wolf hunt, which
it Is Intended to hold this week.
December 23, 1914
II N Henderson and family attend
ed the Dlxson DeVolst wedding at
New Vienna Saturday. Miss Dlxson
Is a niece of Mr. Henderson.
Mrs. Burch King, of Columbus, 1
the guest of her mother, Mrs Alice
Warren Morrow and wife have their
daughter, Mrs. Helen Pence and child
ren and Miss Inez Morrow, of Colum
bus, with them this week.
Miss Hazel Galllett, who Is teaching
in Covington, Ky , is home for the va
Mrs. Amanda Henderson is with
her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Dlxson, of
New Vienna, for the winter.
Roy Slmpklns, of Lima, was with
his parents from Thursday until
Flojd Sonner, of Columbus, Is home
for the week
Mr. and Mrs. Wnltacre entertained
with a family dinner Friday.
G. T. DeLaney and two sons were in
Cincinnati Sunday and Monday.
Miss Mabel Andrews, of Blanches
ter, was entertalnei at the home of
Dr. Garner and wife Friday.
Delbert Shaffer, of Wittenberg Col
lege, is wtih his mother, Mrs. Emma
George Smith and wife were with
relatives at Cuba Sunday.
W. L. Stautner and wife entertain
ed Dr. McAdow and family and M. E.
Sonner and family Friday.
Harry Murphy and wife were with
relatives in Gallipolls Xmas. Mrs.
Murphy remaining for the holidays.
Sarah Walker, of Glady, is with her
sister, Miss Lulu Walker, this week,
Miss Manetta Kellis, of
is with her mother thlsjweek
Mrs. A N. Slaughter and two
daughter, Emma and Audry, of Cov
ington, Ky . are visiting her sister,
Mrs. W. L Stautner, this week.
II. B. Galllett transacted business
In Hillsboro Monday.
Misses Helen and Jessie Murphy
and Hugh Murphy, of Delaware, are
visiting relatives and friends here.
Miss Anna Boosveld, who is attend
ing business college In Cincinnati, is
home for the holidays.
Mrs. Lulu Davidson and two child
ren, of Alliance, anl Miss Emma
Martin, or Wittenberg college, came
Saturday to be with their parents,
Rev. Martin and wife, this week.
Wm. Bird and wife entertained a
number of relatives with a Christmas
I Arthur BIsher, of Chicago, is the
guest or his mother and sister this
Mrs. Anna Fields, of Cincinnati, is
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Hammond
George Puckett and family, of Ber
ry vllle, and Chas Blackmore and wife
were guests of Dr. Archer and family
Joe Townsend and wife and son were
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
son, of Norwood, from Friday until
"We,vebeen married eight years and
have never had an argument."
"Then you've never tried to dance
any of tne modern dances with your
wife.', Detroit Free Press.
As a substitute for red in danger
signals, which is the olor less easily
distinguished by the color blind, ex
perts have advocated blue circles with
' wldeyollo'v rims.
YOUR UNCLE JOSH
IS COMING TO THE
Hear Him if you want to laugh
The Man who inide millions laugh.
Cal Stewart it UiuOrph inn Theater
Fridat and Sat mil i .1 wintry land 2.
Matinee and nllit, Cal Stewart the
Village S'orj Tel er
Cal Stewart, the man who marie the
p.io oi iph famous and otherwise
know i is the 'Vhi me Story Teller1, '
will bj a the Orpheum thei'er, Frl
diyanl Saturday, Januarv 1 and 2.
Cai Stev art h is probably told his sto
rles lo more ppople than ativ oth- r Hv
ing man. He has mide more talking
phonograph records ttiin any other
living man and thej have been sold by
thousands wherever englWi Is spoken.
Stewart, in Ills makeup, is a tjplcal
good naturcd old farmer, who Is said
to be one of the best, as well as one of
the fuuniest farmer characters on the
Gypsy Rosinl and Her Violin with
Cal Stewart Co., at the Orpheum
Theater Friday and Saturday
vaudeville stage. This will be his
first visit to Hillsboro, and in fact,
will be his first visit to any theater on
any other than the large audeville
If you want to see the man at whose
phonograph record you have often
laugiieu come t0 the Orpheum
Gypsy, Rosinl, a gypsy violinist, will
be one of the interesting features in
this city Gypsy Rosinl gets her title
honestly, as she Is a grandchild of a
Roumanian gjpsy. She Is tall, lithe
and graceful and has raven black hair,
Hashing black fljes and the swarthy
complexion of the gypsy race. In her
music is all the fire which makes the
Roumanians the romantic nation they
Manager Chai.e) his secured these
acts at a great expense. However it
is only in keeping uiui the policies of
this house to secure the.best, no mat
ter what the cost. Both acts will be
presented in addition to regular pic
ture program. POSITIVELY ONLY
TWO DAYS AND NIGHTS.
This is without doubt the greatest
and most expensive Vaudevile Act
ever brought to this city.
Adults 20 cents Children 10 cents
BALTIMORE & OHIO
Trains will depart from Hillsboro
daily except Sunday as follows: 7:45
a. m., 3:35 p. m., 6:25 p. m.
Sunday only 8:20 a. m. and 6:23 p m.
Trains arrive except Sunday 10.40
a. m., 6:10 p. m., 9:15 p. m.
Sunday only 10:40 a. m. and 9 p. m
For any'further information apply
, to either of the following:-
L. G. Paul, D. P. A., Chllllcothe, O.
Samuel Griffin, Agent, Hillsboro, O.
Special sale, 10 quart galvanized
buckets, 10c each. Saturday, Jan 2,
2 p.m. Stabler's 5 & 10c Store ad.?