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You Ever See
Anyone accumulate a fortune and carry
it around 'with them,
Don't you often read in the papers
about people losing the savings of a life
time by concealing them in unsafe places?
The best place for money while await
ing use is in a good, strong bank, and
there's none better or stronger than this
October 7, 1912.
Roy Gustln, of Columbus, called on
Wm, Saylor and wife Saturday even
ing. Mrs. Chas Richards and Miss Llda
Faris, of Hlllsboro, spent Thursday
with J. A. McAdow and wife.
George DeLaney and wife were vis
itors at Norwood the first of the week.
Mrs. U. G. Pence and Miss Fronla
Chaney shopped In Hlllsboro Wednes
day. Supt. Morse spent Saturday and
Sunday with his family In Columbus.
Henry Sauner and wlfb and son,
Harry Sonner and wife and daughter,
Gladys, and Mrs. John Rose and fam
ily, of Mowrystown, were entertained
at the home of H. B. Galliett and
wife Sunday.
About forty of the relatives of Aunt
Mary Bayless met at her home Satur
day to help celebrate her 71st birth
day anniversary. .
Miss Isabel Troth is moving Into her
property on Eastern Ave., this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith, of Cuba, were
with their daughter, Mrs. J. B. Hun
ter, Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Johnson and son, of Norwood,
spent Friday with Dr. Srofe and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeLaney and son
Victor, visited relatives in Cincin
nati, the latter part of the week.
Mrs. Wm. Stautner has with her
tills week her sister, Mrs. H. N.,
Slaughter and daughter, Audrey, of
Mrs. M. E. Sonner entertained the
C. W. B. M. at her home on Main St.,
last Thursday afternoon.
Lewis Roser and wife and baby re
turned to their home in Salt! Lake
City Friday, after spending a few
days with his parents and sister.
Mrs. Pat Holland has returned home
.after a visit with her sister at Syca
Miss Bessie Hunter spent last week
with Miss Auta Barrett, of Lees
burg. Mrs. Mollle Goddard and Mrs. Anna
Fields spent Friday and Saturday
with Miss Hilda Goddard who Is at
tending O. S. U. in 'Columbus.
Chas. Stroup and family were with
-Cal Stroup and wife at Dodsonvllle
George Smith and family visited
arelatives In Wilmington Sunday.
Luther Barnes and family and Clar
ence Pickerel and family spent Bun
day at St. Martins.
The Ladles Aid of the M. K. church
will hold a Thanksgiving market.
Jsma Troth spent a part of last
week In Cincinnati and Oxford.
Mrs. Stella Stabler Is in Hillsboro
for ihe week. -
Mrs. Chas. Linton shoppe'd in Hills
Doro on Tuesday.
T. E. Moorhead was a guest of his
brother, A. D. Moorhead and wife of
Hlllsboro Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Noble spent a- part of
last week wjth friends In Hlllsboro.
Mrs. A. A. Klrkhart and Miss Mag
gie Rou8h, of JFalrview, spent Thurs
day with their father Ell Roush.
Mrs, SadaV.Cleveland spent three
dajs of last week with Mr. and Mrs.
J. A. Bering in Covington.
J. J. Parker and wife, of Balnbridge,
were with their daughter, Mrs. Ayres
Bobbitt, Sunday.
Joseph Smith died at his home
north of town on last Tuesday, aged
8 years." The funeral services were
held at the home on Friday, 'con
ducted by Dr. MoAdow, Interment In
the old Masonic cernotery.
, i . m mm m '
When you have a bad cold you want
the best medicine obtainable so as to
cure It with aff little delay as possible.
Here Is a druggist's opinion : "I have
sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for
"fifteen years," say Enos Lollar, of
Saratov Ind- "and-cousldor It the
bestontfw market." For sale by all
dealers. adv
October 7, 1912.
Several from this place attended
the Sunday School Convention at Mt.
Washington Sunday.
Given Kesler and wife and Hampton
Kesler and wife, of Harriett, at
tended church at Prospect Sunday.
Mrs. A. B. Sutheran and daughter,
Lois, Mrs. Mary Creed and Mrs.
Laura Doggett,-Mrs. Katharine Pow
ers and Henry Troute were the guests
of Mrs J. H. Storer Tuesday.
Mrs. Doggett and Mrs. Powers re
turned to their homes In Vlllisca, la.,
Mrs. A. E. Miller, of Parkersburg,
Va., visited Mrs. Cora McConnaughey
last Thursday and Friday and Nathan
Hales and family Saturday and Sun
William Ream and wife were the
guests of William Klssllng and family
M. G. Kelly and wife, of Hlllsboro,
were the guests of T. B. Cunningham
and family Sunday.
B. E. Chaney and family will leave
this week for Idaho.
James Wlllman and wife made a
business trip to Samantha last Thurs
William Swlsshelm has been con
fined to his room with solatia rheu
matism for several days.
J. R. Holt and family, of Hlllsboro,
visited Mrs. Holt's mother, Mrs. Mary
Vanzant, Sunday.
Frank Frump and wife visited
friends at Belfast Sunday.
m .
For Every Living- Thing On The
Free ; a 500 page book on the treat
dent and care of "Every Living Thing
on the Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs,
sheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
phreys' Vetlnary Specifics ; also a sta
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
up. Free by mall on application. Ad;
dress Humphreys Homeo Med. Co.,
Corner Williams & Ann Sts.,N.Y. adv
Oct. 7, 1912.
J. V. Sandersjind wife, Amos Igo
and wife, C. D.vance and wife, Ben
Igo and wife and Earl Roberts spent
Sunday with J. C. Wood and family.
Misses Sadie Bradley and Anna
Lewis spent Saturday eight and Sun
day wlih Wilbur Moberly and wife,
at Buford.
H. M. Igo and family spent Sunday
with Mrs. Sarah Hatclter.
Charlie Igo and wife spent Sunday
with John Henderson and family.
Isaac Stanforth and daughter, Miss
Ordella, of New Market, and 0. M.
Harshaand wire, or Hlllsboro, were
guests of J. 0. Larrlck and wife, Sun
Miss Maud Burris, who has spent
the past two months at tLeesburg, re
turned home Thursday.
Grandma Caplinger was the guest of
Tillle Barr Saturday.
Mrs. W. B. Eaklns and daughter
spent Saturday afternoon with Louisa
The Ladles Aid Society will meet
with Mrs. Sarah Hatcher, Oct. 31.
niotherGfay's Sweet Powders for
Rellevelfeverishness, Bad Stomach,
Teething Disorders, move and regu
late theJBowels and are a pleasant
remedy forsworns. Used byjnothers
for-22 years. They.never fall. At all
Druggists, 25c. Sample'FREE. Ad
dress, A. S. Olmsted, LoRoy, N. Y. adv
During the past three years 250,000
new telephones have been installed in
various farmhouses throughout the
The constant heat of an electric
radiator has been found to be excellent
for ripening fruit in the stores.
Public Salel
We will offer at public auction at
our residence one mile east of Tran
quility, i miles east of Seaman, 8
miles west of Peebles, 8 miles south
of Belfast, on
Tuesday, October 15
at 9:30 a. m. the following property
8 head of horses consisting of 1
stallion, Red Baron, foaled on May
12, 1904, stands 15 hands and 3 In.
high, weighs 1100 lbs and Is a red
Red Baron-by Baron Hawk 39061,
by Jay Hawker. First Dam by Bay
Baron by Baron Wilkes. Second darn
Empress Wilkes, dam of Aliped,
2:1814, by Sherman Wilkes. Red
Baron'B first dam by Shellward, bj
Onward. Second dam, Woodland
King, by Membrlno King. Bed Baron
Is a half brother to Ruby B. 2:10 1-4,
also Edith Burns, trial 2:15.
1 6 year old Gelding, weighing 1150
lbs., one 4 year old Gelding weighing
1000 lbs., one 13 year old Farm Horse,
one 2 year old trotting colt, by Del
mar J., one yearling colt by Elmer J.,
one 5 year old family driving mare.
Five cows; 4 pure bred Jerseys, all
young and good milkers, one Short
Horn, will be fresh In January, one
Jersey Heifer, fresh In April, 4 Jersey
Heifers not bred. 1 yearling Short
Horn nelfer, 4 yearling Steers, 110
pure bred O. I. C. Hogs, 55 feeding
Hoes. 4. Boars. 4 sows and 33 pigs, 5
Brood Sows. All registered stock. 0
head of sheep, consisting of 0 Slirop
shire Breeding Ewes. 8 tons of Tim
othy Hay, 8 tons of Millet Hay, 1200
bushels corn In shock, farming Imple
ments, 2 road wagons, 1 good mowing
machine, 1 sulky rake, 1 walking cul
tivator, 1 Augue breaking plow, 1
steel drag Harrow, 1 two horse disc
harrow, 1 binder, 1 two horse corn
planter, 1 new cutting box, 1 good
buggy, 1 new road cart, 1, 30 gallon
feed cooker, 1 two horse sled, 1 hog
rack, 4 sets of work harness, 1 set of
buggy harness, 1 Iowa cream seper-
ator and other articles too numerous
to mention. Terms made known on
day of sale. Lunch on ground.
Marion Dunlap Buhgess Elliott
Col Jerry Mercer and Col Frank
Klrkpatrlck, auctioneers.
Oct. 7, 1912.
Mrs. Robert Hottle and Mrs. Chas.
Trop were the guests of Mrs. Christine
Beard Tuesday.
Austin Robinson and family were
entertained to dinner Sunday by Mc-
Manls Eaklns and family.
Aunt Kate Wood and Mrs. Will
Charles spent Thursday In Hlllsboro.
Miss Josephine Wilkin spent part of
last week with her brother, James
Wilkin, and family.
Mrs. Wesley Pence spent Saturday
with her son, Carey Pence, and family,
at Hoaglands.
Frank Orebaugh and family, accom
panlediby Lewis Orebaugh and wife,
of Hillsboro, were the guests of Mrs.
Rebecca Sanders, of Mt. Oreb, Sun
day. Miss Willa Robinson spent a few
days last week with friends at Hllls
boro. Scott Robinson, of Cincinnati, en
Joyed Sunday with his mother.
Mrs. James Wilkin spent Wednesday
with relatives at Harwood.
George Culhan and wife and two
daughters, of Russell, and Chester
Hardin and wife and son, Donald, of
Wilmington, spent Sunday with Chas.
Trop and family.
Mrs. L. M. Robinson called on Mrs.
Carey Winkle, of East Danville, Tues
day. John L. Strange, of Greenfield, Joe
Slddens and wife, of Hlllsboro, John
Cochran and wife and two daughters,
Mrs. Elizabeth Cochran and Mrs. Allle
Roush, of Danville, Alvln Klrkhart
and wife, Alvln Lemon and wife, of
Fairvlew, Miss Maggie Roush, of
Lynchburg, and John Lemon and wife
were entertained, to dinner Sunday by
Walter Lemon and family.
General Pence and family, Mrs.
Wesley Pence, Stella Orebaugh and
son, Charles, and guest, Miss Mozelle
Fawley, of Peru, Ind., visited Newt.
Miller and family Sunday.
The many friends of Lorena McNeil
were sorry to jiear of her death, which
occurred Saturday evening. Funeral
services were held at the house
Monday morning at 10 o'clock, con
ducted by Rev. Horn.
Lucille Oh you can win Marie's
heart easily enough. All you need do
Is to give her all the money she wants.
Jules And do you call that easy ?
Le Rire.
Fourteen per cent of the area of
London Is free from buildings, while
Berlin has 10 per cent free space and
Paris but 41 per cent.
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rim gtM l.r iU Cali. SUr.i, U Witckn.
Itauhu 10 Yuu
October 7, 1912
Rev. James filled the pulpit here
Sunday,-and will preach every four
weoks during the year.
Mrs. Delbert Williamson,, of Bel
fast, called on her parents, J. II.
Miller and wife, Thursday.
Mrs. Marguerite Gall and Mrs. J.
H. Gall visited Bert Burnett and fam
ily Friday.
Clarence Satterfield and Homer
Miller called on friends near Elm
vllle Sunday evening.
John Miller and Samuel Easter
called on Geo Siders Sunday.
Wm. Satterfield was a business vis
itor in Hillsboro Saturday.
Thurman Gall suffered a very pain
ful accident Thursday while getting
over a rail fence. The rail broke and
ho fell to the ground hitting his knee
on the corn knife which he was carry
ing. A wound about one inch long
was Inflicted. He has been unable
to walk since.
Arch Satterfield and Eva Gllmore
visited James Satterfield Sunday.
RayGustin called on Clarence Sat
terfield Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Siders and daughter, were
shopping In Hillsboro Saturday.
Roscoe Vanzant and wife and baby,
of HillsDoro, visited Mrs. II. C. Van
zant Sunday evening.
Samuel Gillespie, an aged citizen,
of this place, died at his home here
Wednesday and was burled at Mar
shall Friday, Rev. Kllse officiating.
Use Allen's Foot-Ease.
the antlseptlcjpowder to shake into
the shoes. Makes tight or new shoes
fell easy. Relieves painful, swollen,
tender, sweating, aching, feet and
takes the sting out of corns and bun
Ions. Sold i everywhere, s 25c Don't
accept any substitute. Sample FREE.
Address, tAllen IS. Olmsted, LeRoy,
N. Y. adv
October 7, 1912.
Mr. and Mrs. John McConnaha were
called to Dayton one day last week,
on account of the sickness of their
grandson, Ralph Davis, who has the
typhoid fever. -
Born to Mr.iud Mrs. Jesse Cochran
Oct. 3, a daughter.
Mrs. Margaret Faris is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Minta Thompson, at
Dr. and Mrs. Charles Faris, of Hills
boro, visited his mother, Mrs. Eliza
Faris, Sunday.
M. M. Workman filled his silo last
Theodore Shaffer spent Sunday with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis
Miss Delia Shelby, of Newport,
spent the latter part of the week with
Frank Foust and family and J. W.
Gossettand wife.
Leslie Warman and wife had as
their guests Wednesday, Mrs. James
Donohoo, and daughter, Mrs. Thomas
Carey, Mrs. Sam Fawley and Miss
Alma Klsling
Nathaniel Wilkin and family were
guests of Ora Workman and family
Miss Lesta Faris, of New Mexico, is"
visiting her brother, Blain.
Will Dale and family, of Washing
ton C. H., visited his mother Sunday.
Mrs. Lee Emery and son, Cleo, vis
ited her parents, Perry Moberly, and
wife Sunday.
Charley Barr and family enter
tained Sunday, Theodore McLaughlin
and family, of Danville, Willie Tur
ner and wife, Robert McLaughlin and
wife, Otis Barker and family, D. A.
Pulliam and wife, Charley Barlow
and Ozro Barker.
George Tedrlck and wife had as
their guests Sunday George Vance
and wife and daughter, of East Dan
ville, and Ab Tedrlck, of Dodsonvllle.
Will Carroll and wife, of Woodvllle,
Ed Lyons and wife and daughter,
Ruth, of Buford, and Ora Shaffer and
wife and daughter, Gladys, visited J.
C. Landess and family Sunday.
Miss Sylvia Young spent Saturday
afternoon with Josephine Thomas.
P. H. Shaffer and family had as
their guests Sunday Worth Gossett
and wife, Ira Gossett and family and
Marlon Whitley and family.
Harley Roush, who has been
Is better.
Richard Roush and wife, of
ville, spent Sunday with Frank
ler and family.
P-II. Shaffer and wife spent
day evening with J. A. Young
Here Is a woman who speaks from
personal knowledge and long experi
ence, viz., Mrs. P. II. Brogan, of Wil
son, Pa., who says, "I know from
experience that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is far superior to any other.
For croup there la nothing that excels
it." For sale by all dealers. . adv
Seventy schools In horseshoeing, with
courses ranging from one to six months,
are maintained at public expense In
October 7, 1012.
Miss Eila Bartley, of Hlllsboro, is
visiting her netce, Mrs. Bessie Spencer
if. P. Morrow, of Hlllsboro, trans
acted business here Friday.
Truman Dunlap and family will
move this week to the property he re
cently purchased of Prof. D. L. Mllue.
Misses Delia and Ella Smith will oc
cupy the house vacated by Mr. Dun
lap. A number of our S. S. teachers and
pupils attended the Township Con
vention at Hardin's Creek Sunday af
ternoon and all report a good meet
ing. Miss Mamie Tupes was the guest of
Miss Lora Barrett, of Bridges, Satur
day night and Sunday.
Mr. Walker, who has a position in
Dayton, was at home the last part of
the week with his family at this
Miss Hazel Fultz, who Is attending
Business College In Columbus, was at
home over Sunday.
Fred Wolfe and family visited Mrs.
Wolfe's mother, near Petersburg, last
Isaiah Smith was a busines visitor
in Sablna last week.
Mark Beard and family, of Colum
bus, are visiting their parents here.
Alva Bogue and family entertained
to dinner last Sunday his brother, and
family from near Highland.
W. H. Moore has purchased the
Walker property on West Main St.
Mesdames B. L. Sanders, F. L.
Pavey, Beeson, Gage, Sparks and
Colerattended the convention of the
Woman's Foreign Missionary Society
at Blanchester last Friday.
Reuben Grandle and family will
move to the property on South Fair
field St., recently purchased of R. P,
Barrett by S. A. Leaveoton.
Elmer Keene of Cincinnati, vltlted
his parents here last week.
C. B. Cox was a business visitor In
Hlllsboro Saturday.
I. V. Mitchell was a Cincinnati vis
itor last week.
John Arrasmlth and wife are in
Columbus, the guests of relatives.
Miss Mary Burton, of Willettsville,
visited friends here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Weyer were the
guests of Charles Sanders and wife
last Sunday.
Miss Blanche Smith was a sucestul
directress of a play entitled "Miss
Fearless and Co," given at Highland
last Saturday evening.
The Woman's Home Missionary
Society, of this place, was well rep
resented at the Convention held in
Hlllsboro last Wednesday and Thurs
Oct. 7, 1912.
Fred Bhoads and family spent Sun
day with S. S. Deardoff and family.
Carey Burton and wife were visitors
in Waverly Sunday and Monday.
James Jones, of Cynthlana, called
on Benson Butler Sunday afternoon.
whit Treaber, of Peebles was a
visitor at the home of John Plummer
Saturday.and Sunday.
Eva Ithoads was the guest of her
aunt, Mrs Florence Treaber and fam
ily, of near Cliff Range, Saturday and
Miss AltieBurnes spent Sunday with
Miss Bessie Turner.
J. P. Havens and family entertained
Sunday, James Rhoads, wife and son,
Frank Garman and daughter, of Sink
ing Spring, C. A. Rhoads and wife and
Miss Grace Williams, of this place.
Miss Opal Kendell, of Cynthlana,
and Mrs. Anna Deardoff, of this place,
were visitors at the home of Edward
White Sunday.
E. J. Cartwright, of St. Louis, spent
a few days last week with his brother,
O. C. Cartwright and family.
Mrs. Nancy Stults, of Hlllsboro,
was the guest of I. W. Stults and wife
Saturd night and Sunday.
Willie Fullerton and family, of
Greenfield, spent Sunday with II. M.
Eubanks and wife.
Dick Burton, of Sinking Spring, vis
ited his father, Cary Burton, Satur
day night.
Sheriff Long, of nillsboro, was a
business visitor in our vicinity,"
Wednesday. v
iiiu. i'ouik, oi apringneia, is tue
guest of his sister, Mrs. Guy Carrfpbell.
Joseph Miller, of Mlllertown, was a
visitor In our vicinity Sunday.
Aukia Crum, of Cynthlana, called on
relatives here, Sunday afternoon.
John Reed and wife visited relatives
at Sinking Spring, Sunday.
L. B. Rhoads and wife visited the
latter's brother, Charles Hempsted
and family, of near Fairvlew, Sunday.
Miss Blanche Havens spent last
week at the home of Peter Cartwright,
of near Bylngton.
John Reed, jr., wife and daughter,
returned to their home in Springfield
last week after spending a week with
their parents, J L. Reed and wife.
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Both Piuntt In Office and Rcldnc
Office Short St.. Opn. Court House
onn Big.
4oine 'Phone 340.
Bell 'Phone 141
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Ofjrios. In Holmes
North Hit
Orrios Hocua- 9 to 12 a. m
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8 n. m.
Both 'Phones la Office and Residence,
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Funeral Directors & Embalmers
A Full Line of High Grade
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Prompt Delhcry. Courteous Treatment
YourxPatronaae Solicited
(Successors to J. C. Koch)
OttlceRear'ot Traction Depot
Home Phone 344
Oct. 7, 19121
Mrs. Dora Chambers, of Blanches
ter, visited her aunts, Mrs. Wm. Cat
lin and Miss Martha Purdy, from Sat
urday until Monday.
Mrs. II. M. Groves and three child
ren, of Boston, were the guests of her
parents, Dan Henderson and wife,
over Sunday.
Jefferson Fawley and wife, of Day
ton, are visiting Lewis Pence and wifti
and other relatives and friends here.
Geo. Vance, wife and daughter, Orle,
spent Sunday with Geo. Tedrlck and
wife, at Prlcetown.
Dallas Parshall and wife entertained
several of their relatives and friends
Sunday, that day being their second
R. H. Hopkins and wife visited rela
tives at Georgetown part of last week
and attended the fair.
Richard Roush and wife spent Sun
day with the latter's sister, Mrs.
Frank GIbler, at Prlcetown.
There will be a Sunday school con
vention at the Reformed Church Sun
day afternoon Oct. 20 A good pro
gram is being arranged.
Geo. VanZant and wife were guests
of their dau liter, Mrs Hattle Lan
dess and family In Hlllsboro, over
Alfred Lemon, of Mlddletown, Is vis
iting Frank nawk and family.
Ed. Lewis and wife spent Sunday
with relatives at Sugartree Ridge.
Mrs. Alsada Fawley Is visiting her
daughter, Miss Ellen Wood.
Dr. Cropper, wife and two daugh
ters, Ruth and Helen, were guests of
Mack Eaklns and wife, Sunday.
C. C. Winkle and wife and Miss
Mary Dellass visited relatives and
friends In Nowood'last week.
N. P. Landess and wife spent Sun
day with their son, O. A. Landess and
family in Hlllsboro.
. Btate of Onto, city of Toludo, J ,.
Lucas County. fB3-
I Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is
eemur partner oi mo nrm or . j. ciieney
& Co., doing business in tho City of To
ledo, County and State aforesaid, and
that said fitm will pay the sum of ONE
HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and ev
ery case of Ctxtarrh that cannot be cured
by the uso of HALL'S CATARRH CURE.
Sworn to before mo and .lubscrlbed In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. 1SS0.
(Seal) A. "W. OLEASON.
Notary Public
Hall's Catarrh Curo la taker. Internally
and acts directly upon the blood and mu
cous surfaces of tho system. Send for
testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENET & CO., Todo. O.
Sold by all Druggists, 75c.
Take Hall's Fa.nily Fills for consUptUosw

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