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THE NEWS-HERALD, HiLlSBORO, OHIO.THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1014.
niMABOBO, Feb. 38. mis,
nOTlNtl PtltCES ""
Wheit, bushel ,.,. ,,, 90
Corn , v , 85 tq
Oats.. ..........1 , 40
Potatoes new ,,
GRANVILLE BARRERE - - - Editor and Manager
It is up to You
White Deans, bushel a
Uutter a 20
Eggs; Dozen srr
Young Chickens... 10
ptTBijtsirj'JD ja-raaosLTr rixxmsxa-A.r
Chickens, per lb .. 10
Turkeys, per lb.. a
One Year (In Advance).. . '1,0
liucks, per id a
Bacon Hams, per lb a II
Bacon Shoulders ............... 8a 19
Ex. O. Sugar T a 6
A Sugar........ , a
Granulated Suear a bu
F YOU want everybody to come to your public sale
have your bills printed by the News-Herald Jjob De
Blx Months ' 5(l
Three Months 25
Entered at Post Office, Ilillsboro, Ohio, as Second Glass Matter.
Cut loaf and Powdered Sugar a 10
ADVERTISING HATES Will Be
Why Your Politics?
Why are you a member of a certain political party ? Is it be
cause your father was a member of that party ? Is it because you
have studied the principles and policies the party advocates and
believe in them ? Is it because you have confidence in its leaders-?
Is it because your friends are members of that party and you want
to be with them ? Is it because you want some political office and
think your best chance to secure it is through that party ? Is it
because you for some reason or no reason identified yourself with
that party when you first began to vote and think it would be a
sign of weakness to change to some other party or are you too lazy
to post yourself as to what the different parties stand for and cast
an ignorant vote ?
Wgthoroughly respect and highly esteem any man, no matter
with what party he may be affiliated, who is a member of that party
because he blieves in its principles ; honestly thinks that to put into
effect its policies is for the best interests of the nation. And we
have found the man who is a member of a party because of its
principles, seldom, if ever, condemns a man who is the member of
an opposing party from principle. The bitter partisan is either the
fellow who is misinformed and ignorant or the fellow who is in
politics for purely selfish motives, is looking for an office or favors
from those who are in office.
The only excuse for the existence of a political party is that its
members believe in its principles and policies and think that their
adoption will make for the general welfare, happiness and comfort
of the people of that nation and therefore bring prosperity to that
It is foolish to vote a certain ticket simply because your father
voted it or because of what that party has done or stood for in the
past. Egypt, Rome and Greece were each great at one time and
did much to advance the civilization of the world. They have
wonderful histories, but they fell and decayed and so may apolitical
party. It is weak and cowardly to continue as a member of a
political party, when you no longer believe in the things it advo
cates. It is selfish and unpatriotic to belong to a potitical party
simply because you think that it may result in personal gain. This
is selling your vote just as much as if you received a few dollars
for it on election day. And if you are too lazy or too indifferent to
public matters to inform yourself in regard to them do not vote, as
an ignorant vote is almost as bad as a corrupt vote and almost as
likely to be wrong.
Do you know what the different political parties stand for ?
Are you posted on public questions ? Why are you a member of a
tirtain political party ? Answer these questions for yourself and
ce whether or not you are a good citizen.
Don't shoot unless you are willing to be shot.
To much salve sometimes cloys and nauseates.
Every man is not a fool who has been called one, but every fool
has been called one.
The paragrapher of the Ohio State Journal occasionally men
tions that some day he is going to write a truly great paragraph
and we will bet that some of his kind friends have told him that if
he does it will be an accident.
The Cincinnati Reds have gone south for their spring train
ing and the usual line of dope is being handed out by the4port
ing writers. If one had not read the same stuff for years he might
think Cincinnati would have a good team this year.
Have you ever noticed that when a man and girl are going to
gether very regularly that they can not imagine why anyone should
say anything about them, but at every, opportunity they ask you,
and everyone else, whether you think John is serious in his atten
tions to Mary or if Mary is really crazy about John or do you think
John and Mary will make a match of it ?
March 2, 1014.
Miss Editha Holten spent a couple
of nights last week at the home of T.
W. Maxwell and wife.
Vena Rhoads speut Sunday with his
cousin, Ray Deardoff.
Benson Butler and Floyd Chapman,
of Sinking Spring, spent Sunday with
J. P. Havens and family.
Joe Nace and wife, of Sinking
Spring, moved into the old Murrell
home last week.
J. O. West and wife entertained a
number of young folks Thursday even
ing with a taffy pulling.
Mrs. Rebecca Stults spent the most
of last week with her sister, Mrs. Jane
Rev. McKIbben, wife and baby, of
Washington C. II., were entertained
at the home of Iiarvey Holten and
wife, Wednesday night.
J. L. Butler and James Butler, of
Sinking Spring, were visiters in this
Dr. J. S. Chapman and wife, of Sink
ing 8prlng, called on the latter's sis
ter, Mrs. Maud Matthews, Friday af
Chas. Johnson and family, of Beech
Flats; were the guests of Mrs. Louisa
Misses Jane Havens and Editha
Holten called on Bess L. Butler Satur-
Made Known on Application.
Mrs. Elva Cartwrlght, of Sinking
Spring, spent Friday witti her parents.
Mrs. Artie Eubanks was a business
visitor in Sinking Spring, Saturday,
Lawrance Kessler, wife and baby
were the guests of relatives in Sink
ing Spring, Thursday.
Mrs. Tena Sea'man, of Locust Grove,
spent from Saturday until Monday
with her parents, II. M. Eubanks and
Mrs. Jane Stults and sister, Rebecca)
spent Wednesday with the formerjs
granddaughter, Mrs. Ella McCoppln,
Mrs. H. M. Eubanks is sick.
Chas. McMillen, of Peebles, was in
this vicinity Sunday. Vlck Glanco,
of Bainbrldge, met him here and ac
companied him home, being called to
Peebles by the serious illness of- his
mother-in-law, Mrs. F. T. Davis.
Mrs. Paul Borgen, of Leesburg, is
the guest of her parents, H. M. Eu
banks and wife.
i Frank Stanley and wife, of Slate
Hill, spent Sunday with James Bobb
Lewis Reece returned to his home
in Centerfleld Wednesday, after spend
ing sometime in this 'Vicinity.
Isaac Bobb spent Saturday night
with" Arthur Reed, Arthur accom-
pained him home Sunday and spent
partment and the matter published in the paper.
Our price is right. We will print you 50 Sale Bills
in two colors and run the matter in the News-Herald from
the time of printing until the day of the sale for
When you jhink of sale bills think
111 Short Street
March 2, 1914.
Miss Grace Oertier"has returned
home, after spending the past three
weeks at Middletown and Blanchester.
f. H. Shaffer and wife spent Wed
nesday with J. A. Young and family.
The Literary was well attended Fri
day night. Next Friday night, March
6, there will be anotjjer debate Re
solvedWhy the World is Growing
Mrs. -Ervln Shaffer spent Friday
with Mrs. Ed Roads, near Harwood.
Mrs. Tillle Tedrick returned home
Friday, after visiting relatives at
Ilillsboro the past two weeks.
Rev. Weil was entertained by Moody
Pulllam and wife Saturday night and
Earl Marconett, after visiting his
brothers In Virginia, returned home
W. W. Fawley spent Saturday night
with his sister, Mrs. Cyrus Shaffer, at
Danville, who is Sery low.
Mrs. Homer Burton and Miss Anna
Knauer, of Danville, attended the
Literary here Friday night.
Opal and Pearl Landess spent Satur
day night and Sunday with their
grandparents, J. A. Young and wife.
Mrs. Wm. Wardlow spent part of
last week with her daughter, Mrs.
Thomas Carey and wife, of Hills
boro, spent from Friday until Monday
with her parents, James Donohoo and
To the Housewife.
Madam, if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children. Colds
and coughs are the most common of
the minor ailments and are the most
likely to lead to serious diseases. A
child is much more likely to contract
diphtheria or scarlet fever when it has
a cold. If you will inquire into the
merits of the various remedies that are
recommended for coughs and colds, you
will lind that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy stands high in the estimation
of people that use, it. it Is prompt and
effectual, pleasant and safe to take,
which are qualities especially to be de
sired when a medicine is Intended for
children. For sale by All Dealers, adv
Fires in 1913 destroyed property in
the United Stated valued at $203,408,
V'DocUjr, I'm feeling awful
eat, I can't sleep, I can't
"1 can cure you," said the doctor,
"Ifyou'll take my advice. Go and ask
her to marry you." Cleveland Plain
1FY0U ARE ILL
from any disorder of the STGMAGB, LIVES 01
KIDNEYS, or if your bowels are inactive at
timet, or you should suffer from headaches,
get a 60 cent bottle of SEVEN BARKS of your
" young and chipper as you wed to, give
SEVEN BARKS a fair trial; it will purify your
blood, clear your system and brain, and
make life worth living. It is absolutely
harmless, is highly palatable, and will sot
disturb the most delicate stomach.
For sale at druggists at 60 cents per
bottle. Don't fall to try It. Address
LYMAN MftWN, 68 Murray SL,New YM.Y.
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March 2, 1914.
E L. Carr was a business visitor in
Miss Gertrude Roberts spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Miss Jen
nie Funk, of Mowrystown.
Miss Sylvia Young, who has been
staying with C. N. Bennington
iamuy cne past iour weeks, lias re
turned to her home In Mowrystownr
A revival meeting is in progress at
the United Brethren church here.
Rev. Asbell, of Mowrystown, is con
ducting the meeting.
H. L. Hawk and wife entertained
David Earle Barr, of Cincinnati, Sat
urday night and Sunday.
Mrs. Catherine Fender, who has
been quite ill, is much Improved at
Uncle Steven Sauner, a well known
and respected citizen, formerly of this
place, died at his home north of Mow
rystown Monday evening. He was 83
H. A. Fender was calling on friends
near Mowrystown Sunday evening.
F. S. Ruble was in Hillsboro Satur
Scar boro Ufrti Insurance, adv
Some of the large Atlantic steamers
have 150 firemen each.
BELL'S OPERA HOUSE
Thursday, March 12
Q'HIDWDEPIfE'in DASHED ON THE ROCKS
OOlr rLtLU torn by raging seas
A MILE HIGH
OFF MONTE CARLO
OF MARINE LIFE
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Prices - - - 25c, 35c and 50c
Seats on sale at the Palms Tuesday, March 10,
March 2. 1014
The Centerlisld Agricultural Club
met Friday, Feb. 27. MlssGraceTur
ner read a paper setting forth the
workings of the new law concerning
County or Tdstrlct SupeMntendents.
'Maintaining Fertility of Soils" was
discussed. A box supper was enjoyed
by some while others indulged in
sandwiches and coffee. Several were
In attendance from Greenfield, Bnena
Vista and other places. A few violin
selections by Martin Milner, accom
panied by Mrs. Milner, added much to
the enjoyment of the evening.
The Centerfleld W. C. T. U. met
Thursday, Feb. 20. Only a small' num
ber was present on account of severe
weather, but they decided to hold an
open meeting in March to which all
the women In" the community are
cordially frivlted. A good progranis
promised. Light refreshments
Further announcements later.
Best Treatment for Constipation.
"My daughter used Chamberlain's
Tablets for constipation with good re
sults and I can recommend them high
ly," writes Paul B. Babln, Brushly,
La. For sale by All Dealers. adv
St. Louis churches are using half
page advertisements in dally papers.
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Tea, Imp.. It. u. ando. U perqr.. soa 70
Tea. Black.... aja 80
Cheese, factory 88
Flour, good family brands, cwt.. . a 40
" bbl...... a
Molasses, N O 5 Kallon.......... a 60
" Sorghum , , a 40
Golden Syrup.., . a 40
Coal Oil 12a 16
Salt...... a i3ft
Hams, city sugar cured, lb a 18
Beeves, cwt.. cross ....B00a 8 75
Beeves, shipping 6 00a 7 40
Sheep and Lambs, per cwt 4 00a 6 50
Hogs, cwt., gros 7 40a 7 85
Milch Cows with calves 5 00a 40 00
Thcso remedies nro scientifically and
carefully prepared proscriptions; used for
many years by Dr. Humphreys in his privato
practice, and for nearly sixty years by tho
people with satisfaction.
Hedlcal Book mailed free.
tfo. roil Pries
1 Fereri, Congestions, Inflammation 25
2 Worms, Worm Fever 2."
3 Colic, Crying and Wakefulness of Infants.SS
4 Diarrhea, of Children and Adults .....29
7 Coughs, ColdsT Bronchitis 25
8 Toothache. Faceache, Neuralgia 29
9 Headache, Sick II. ad ache. Vertigo ..2.'.
lO Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Weak Stomach,... .2.".
13 Croup, HoarsoCoWgh, Laryngitis 2-i
14 Bait Uhcuni. Eruptions .25
15 Rheumatism, Lumbago ....2.
10 Ferer nndAeun, Jlalarla 2.
17 Piles, Blind or Bleeding, External.InternaI.2."
19 Catarrh, Influenza, Cold la Head 2."
20 IVhooplng Coush 23
21 Asllima, Opprc83ed,DimcultBrcathIii3 ,ZZ
27 Kidney Disease 2."
28 Nervous Debility, Vital Weakness l.OO
BO Urinary Incontinence, Wetting Bed .2S
31 Soro Throat, Quinsy 2.1
77 La Grippe Crip 25
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