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diaries IT. Clarke was In Columbus
Thursday and Friday on business.
Every day 14 a bargain day on some
thing at nider's. adv
Harley Ilolb was In Indianapolis on
business Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Ida Wilson ana sons, of Ripley,
have moved here.
Every day Is a bargain day In some
thing at Aider's. adv
Joseph L. Blsser was appointed post
master at Ripley last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Landess spent
Sunday with relatives at Danville.
I lp II...! -
J. B. Spencer was In Cincinnati on
business Thursday and Friday.
Miss Hazel Worley Is visiting Miss
Mary Frost, at Norwood.
Every day Is a bargain day on some
thing at Elder's. adv
1000 votes on
test adv
81 until end of con'
J. G. Bell.
W. S. Halgh, of Belfast, was a busi
ness visitor at Hlllsboro, -Saturday. .
Rov. Howard preached an excellent
sermon at Belfast, Sunday morning
Don't fall to see Helen Gardiner
Thursday nlghtat the B'ornm. adv
A. W. Underwood and Roy Bunn
spent Friday and Saturday In Clncln
With Chilli Peppers
1 5 Cents Per Can
The teachers examination was taken
by sixty three applicants Saturday.
D. D. niestand has purchased a five
passenger Studebaker touring car.
Mrs Mary Roush Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Jesse Fenner, at Lit
The place whore you get the BEST.
John West returned Tuesday from
a visit with his cousin, Harry Reece,
at Oxford.
Julius Felbel, of Columbus, was the
guest, of his mother, Mrs. M. P. Felbel,
Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Splckard, of Blanchester, was
the guest of her son, Dr. Raymond
Splckard, last week.
Albert Ruble, of Cincinnati, was the
guest of Frank Orebaugh, west of towm
Sunday and Monday.
R. D. KIrkpatrIck, of North Liberty,
spent a few days last week with Mr.
and Mrs. C. F. McNeil.'
Will Stltes, of Henderson, Ky., was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John C.
Spargur, over Sunday.
Miss Ruth Dawson went .to Pitts
burg, Pa., Tuesday, to visit her cousin,
Miss Marguerite Hughes.
See Helen Gardiner In a "Daughter
of Pan" at the Forum Thursday
night. adv
Mrs.- N. J. Platter, of Wooster, Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. H.
Miss Ruth KIrkpatrIck returned to
her home in North Liberty Monday,
after a short visit with Miss Katherlne
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Teter were he
guests of their daughter, Mrs. Roy
Barrett, at Loesburg, Sunday and Mon
Only twenty eight of the 7,403 Na
tlonal Banks In the United States failed
to make application for membership
under the new regional bank system.
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Vance enter
tained the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Gibson, of near Dunn's
Chapel, Saturday.
Mrs P. H. Miller, president of the
class, will entertain the members of
Dr. Shields' Sunday School class at her
home on Friday night.
Mrs. G. M. Ferry and daughter, of
Pittsburg, returned home Tuesday,
after a short visit with the former's
daughter, Mrs. Will Hugglns.
E. W. Lemon and family have moved
to the property on the corner of Pleas
ant & Elm streets, which they recently
purchased of Glenn Faris.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ilildebrant
have moved fr m Pleasant street to
the property of Charles Swlsshelm on
J31m street.
Miss Ruth Mauntell spent Sunday
with Miss Bessie Hunter at Lynch
burg. m
J. W. Watts and Col. D, Q. Morrow
were in Wilmington on legal business
It la-necessiry to leave out a num
ber of letters from country correspon
dence on account of lack of space.
Mrs. G. B. Beecher left Wednesday
for New York City to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. W. F. Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dean, who have
been spending the winter in Florida,
returned home Saturday.
- m
As the start of a movement to stop
bootlegging in Washington, C. II.,
the chief of police, D. L. Moore, and
his assistants, last week arrested six
teen men charged with violating the
liquor laws. Fifteen of the men
pleaded guilty and all but two were
fined $100 and costs ; the two drawing
$50 and costs.
Our storm buggy is perfect, this is
something that cannot be said of any
other. Price Is $95 00. You owe It to
your wife and babies to provide them
a way of riding without endangering
them to winter exposure and pneumon
ia. Our storm buggy also makes an
ideal summer buggy. See it. The M.
F. Carroll & Sons Co. Hlllsboro adv
Mr. and Mrs.-Geo. Umphlett, of
Belfast, were entertained by George
Lemon and family last week.
Have your sale bills printed at the
Newb-Heramx 50 bills Irftwo colors
arid matter run In paper for 3.00.
Mrs. Charles M. Johnson and Mrs.
Earl Miller spent Thursday and Friday
In Cincinnati.
Don't fall to see the Helen Gardiner
and Marian Leonard features at the
Forum every Thursday. They are un
surpassed, adv
Lewis Orebaugh is able to be out,
although still walking with crutches.
Mr. Orebaugh hurt his left ankle six
weeks ago?, while assisting In building
the tabernacle for the evangelistic
Judge Festus Walters.of Circle-
l vllle, has announced his candidacy for
reelection as a Judge of the court of
appeals for this district. He Is now
serving his second term which will
expire February 1915.
Sixty horses were sold at Saturday's
stocksale at prices ranging from $75
to $200. Many horses were on the
market but the prices offered by the
buyers were not satisfactory and
many owners took their horses home.
Charles Arledge died at his home at
Hamilton Tuesday of last week from
pneumonia. The body was brought
here to the home of his sister, Mrs.
It might be of interest to the
friends of Wllhlte and Shaul, who are
conducting evangelistic services at
Winlmac, Ind , to state that John S.
.Farls received a card from them stat
ing, that the Tabernacle is completed
and that they are now holding services
in it. They also stated that the two
first Invitations resulted In 32 acces
sions. Mrs. Frances Baker, of Indianapolis,
aged 30 years, died Tuesday morning
from diabetes. She was Miss Frances
Murphy before her marriage and lived
here until almost grown. She was a
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cas Mur
phy, formerly of New Market. The
body will be brought here this morn
ing and taken directly from the depot
to the cemetery.
The members of the Men's Bible
Class of the Christian church, present
ed their teacher, Rev. B. F. Smith,
with a handseme gold watch Sunday.
The presentation speech was made by
O. N Winkle. This class Is in a most
flourishing condition, having 65 mem
bers, all of whom are taking an active
interest in both the Sunday School
and church work.
of St. Joseph Davis.
mi. 1 ... Unlrl
Mica 17-otV.arlna Tncrnhranrt nt St J03TOU U1V1S. J.HO luuoiaa no
Paul, Minn., has been the guest of her ' Thursday, interment in the Hlllsboro
uncle. George uerg, since lastTburs-, """'
James Dean, of Cincinnati, spent i
Sunday with friends here
is now employed on the
Mrs. J. M. Hlbben left Saturday for
Washington D. 0., where she will join
Mrs. L H. Dill and Miss May Cum
mlngs. A Home and School Association has
been organized by the women of
Lynchburg. The object of the-olub is
to promote the interests of the town
on tho educational, esthetic and beauti
ful side, supplementing the work of
the Men's Industrial Club.
Mrs. Sarah Beaver, aged 84 years,
died at her home near Rainsboro Sat-
Mr. Dean ' urua"' aiwraiuuK wun. xyo iuu
Cinc'innatl eral serv,ces were lield at the ll0me on
Monday afternoon ; interment in me
Beaver cemetery.
Hon. C. Q. Hildebrant contemplates
being a candidate for the Republican
nomination for Secretary of State, at
the coming primaries, and is receiving
much encouragement and many prom
ises of support from friends over the
State Wilmington Journal-Republl-
oin. M r. H lldebrant served two terms
In congress from the old Sixth District
and is well known throughout the
ROYAL the most celebrated
of all the foaldng powders in
the worldcelebrated for its
great leavening strength and
purity. It makes your cakes,
biscuit, bread, etc, healthful, it
Insures you against alum and
all forms of adulteration that
go with the low priced brands.
March 9, 1914.
L S. Kelley and family, of near
Seaman, spent Friday and Saturday
with O. E. -Kelley and family.
Miss Elba Beattey spent Saturday
and Sunday with her grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam walker, or near
Mrs. William Bradford and son,
Orval, of Miller's Chapel, visited N.
D. Roberds and family Sunday.
Miss Clara Morgan spent Saturday
night with Ray Vaughn and family.
C. B. Cox and family visited J. L.
Walker and family Sunday.
Wes. Kelley visited his brother,
John, Friday night and Saturday.
Misses Lona and Icy Storer, of Sa
blna, spent Thursday nigut with Miss
Caryl Ford.
Lewis N. Kelley spent from Friday
until Sunday with his parents, J. R.
Keily and wife or Seaman,
Miss Sallle Webster has returned
home, after spending several days
with her brother, George, of Mt. Cal
vary. Ora West and wife and son, Her
shel, of Union, spent Tuesday with G.
h: Dickey and wife.
Mrs. Alf. Wilson and children visit
ed John Kelley and family Sunday.
Irwin Smith has returned to his
home in Illinois, after spending sev
eral weeks with his grandparents,
Alexander Gray and wife.
Mrs. Wes Walker and children and
Mrs. Ray Vaughn and children spent
Friday with Mrs. Martha Cox.
Miss Bessie Snyder called on Miss
Caryl Ford Saturday evening.
Miss Etta Wilson and Stanley Ford
are sick.
Mrs. Joseph Pollett Is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Delbert Bradley, of
Misses Bessie Snyder and Caryl
Ford attended the box social at mils
dale school house Friday night.
Lewis N. Kelley was lit West Union
Lafe Kelley and family, of Seaman,
visited S. L. Webster and family on
Mrs. N. W. Chaney, of Washington,
C. H and Mrs. Norton Stutson, of
Cincinnati, are here for the funeral of
John Couard.
N March;, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Fawley spent
Friday with their daughter, Mrs.
Charley Cadwallader.
Mr. and Mrs. SamClalborn, of South
Liberty, visited J. O. L ind ess and
family Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Marconette spent
part of last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs Ameil Marconette, at
Mrs. Leslie Pence and sons, of
Lynchburg, visited her parents, Mr.
and Mrs John McConnaha, the latter
part of the week.
Dr. Pratt has sold his town property
to Jacob Stnllz. The doctor and his
family will move to their farm near
Dodsonvllle. We are sorry to loose
this worthy family.
Mrs. Clara Young and son, Russell,
of Needful, anJ S. W. Young were the
guests of J. A. Young and family on
Mrs. Ervin Lelnlngerandson, Hoyt,
spent Sunday afternoon with M. M.
Workman and family.
Mrs. Jennie Ruble and sons were
guests Sunday of P. H. Shaffer and
Mrs. Addle Foust .visited her par
ents, Mr and Mrs. J. W. Gossett, at
Hlllsboro Thursday.
Wm. Wardlow has sold his farm to
Charley Barr and James Donohoo has
sold his farm to Wm Wardlow.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Shaffer were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
Miss Gertrude Whitley spent from
Saturday until Monday with her
grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Cochran.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barker, of
Mlddletown, spent Monday with his
brother, Otis.
Moody Pulllam and family visited
Mrs. Crampton at Allensburg Sunday.
T. T. Smith Is visiting his uncle,
Matt Pulllam.
Lavern Cochran and brother, Edgar,
spent Sunday afternoon with Opal and
Elton Landess.
Mr. and Mrs. Alphaus Cochran, of
Damascus, spent one day last week
with their son, Orland.
Robt. Barker ana wife took supper
with Robt. McLaughlin aud family
Monday evening.
March 9, 1914.
Quarterly meeting was held at the
M. Ej Church Saturday morning at 10
Mr. and Mrs. Urval Ktioads were
business visitor in Cincinnati laft
Miss Venda Ferguson is visiting
relatives at Greenfield.
Roy Hilterbran Is employed in the
engine house at the Hlllsboro infirm
ary. Maude Johnson and EHle Alexander,
of Cincinnati, are visiting relatives
Chester Nace, of Dayton, is visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs John Nace.
Rev. Elon Kelley and wife have
moved irto the parsonage.
Silrs Ferguson, of Marshall, attend
ed quarterly meeting Saturday morn
ing and took dinner with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Ferguson.
Prof. R. F. Allison, of Columbus,
gave an educational lecture at the
city hall k onday evening. Prof. Alli
son lived here about 25 years ago.
Mrs. Wm. Butler and little daugh
This is the first number of our Big Wild Animal Series.
Complete in three Massive Parts.
Daniel Frohman presents
With Laura Sawyer and House Peters in the Leading
Another Thrilling Detective Story. Fascinating and
Special Matinee at 2:30. Night Shows 7:15 and 8:30 p.
All seats Adults 10 cents. Children 5 cents. Same
prices at night.
Little Mary Pickford in
Always Four Reels of Quality Every Night. Specially
Selected for Discriminating People.
AH Meat Guaranteed
To Be Sweet
We have installed a " York Ice Machine," the latest
device for keeping meat cool and having the same tem
perature regardless of the changes of the seasons. The
freezing process is a dry one, absolutely free from mois
ture. The evaporation of ice is bound to cause some mois
ture which tends to alter the sweetness of the meat. This
is the most up-to-date plant in Southern Ohio. Call and
give us a trial.
G W- Nickeson & Son
4 - 4
ter, Portia, of Latham, are visiting
lelatives lwre.
No. 2449.
At 111 lsboro, in the State of Oblo, at the
close of business, March 4. 1914,
Loans and Discounts I 479.872 33
Overdratts, secured, unsecured.. 7 42
U S Uonos la secure circulation, lou.uuu no
Other bonus to Becure Postalsavlng 10,0u0 00
uonus, securities, etc ,mi m
ll'nk'ne House Furniture Fixtures 14.000 00
Due from approved Keserve Agts 77,3."4 35
Checks andotberUash Items 1,100 81
Notes of other National uanks.. 4.8ia oo
Fractional Paper Currency, Nick
elsand Cents 22169
Specie 27,101 70 ,., oni n
Leeal tender Notes 6.700 00 . u
Redemption fund with U, S Treas
urer (5 per cent, of circulation)
We handle this kind because we can buy more for our money
than we can of any other known brand, hence we can give you
better values when selling.
75 per cent of ihe wire which goes into fencing is made by the
American Steel & Wire Co. It matters little to them who weaves
it into fencing, hey get their profit. But compare American with
any other and you will And you are getting more pounds for your
$ $ than any other fencing made, hat is the real life of the fence
All we ask is weigh other fences with ours. We will abide by
the result.
12 ft. gates ?3.75, not American, same aw the other fellows,
12 ft. American ?5 00.
hree cars of American now on hand to make selection.
5,000 oo
Total., 805,182 36
100,000 00
60 000 00
Capital stock paid In $
Surplus Fund
Undivided Fronts less EXDenses
and Taxes Paid 16,094 32
National Hank Notes Outstanding 08400 00
Individual deposit sub-...
Ject check 532,618 61
Demand certificates of.
-deposit 7,464 67
Postal Saving Deposits... 54 73 540,688 04
Total , .... (805,182 36
State of Ohio, County of Highland, as :
I. Dick Rockhold. Cashier of the above-
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
i hnv. afatATnitnt 1a rrni tn thn hpat nf mv
knnwledee and belief.
Dick Rockhold, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0
day of March, 1914.
H. S. MoCmjue, Notary Public.
For Sale!
Pure Bred Cheviot Sheep 5
One yearling Buck, 2 yearling Ewes and
aged Ewes. I am disposing of these
sheep as I am going to quit raising sheep
Hillsboro, Ohio
Home 'Phone
Correct Attest :
iuvin mod. sunn,-)
J. M. UlIlllEN,
California labor unions have an ag
gregate membership of more than
Homer Gossett, ot Leesburg, and
Miss Alice Morgan, of Hillsboro, R.
F. D., were married at the Childrens
Home, Saturday, Rev. John Howard
Mrs. Isaac Colin and daughter, Miss
Lillian, left Wednesday for a two
weeks visit with relatives at George
town, Ky.
Miss Lucille Hugglns is expected to
return today from a three weeks trip
to Washington City and other points
of interest In the east.
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Mrs Frank Coler and daughter, of
Milford, were the guests of the for.
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. O.
ParUesj Saturday and Sunday.
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