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Fishing for
It Is pretty hard to be a successful fisherman
unless you at least put your lino In the water.
If you want business, the fairest way is
to come out openly and ask for it. That's the rea
son We are using this space every week, assuring
you that we want more business, YOURS In par
ticular, and are not boating about the busli in
asking for it. Oome in and let us tell you more
about it. Our banking facilities are the best to
be had.
The Hillsboro Bank and Savings Co.
May 11, 1914..
'Dr. Chas'. Link, from near Toledo,
was the guest of his sister, Mrs. I. E.
Davis and family, last Saturday
MissKathryn Sanders visited her
grandparents in Now Vienna over
O. B. Cox v? as a business visitor In
Greenfield, Saturday. f
Mark Beard, of Dayton, visited with
his family here Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Hazel Fultz, of Columbus,
was the guest of her parents, E. J.
x Fultz'and wife, over Sunday.
C. F. Rogers and wife, of Greenfield,
were guests of Mrs. Rogers' mother,
Mrs. Sara Pausch, last Sunday.
Harry Ferneau and wife were shop
ping in Greenfield Saturday.
W. B. Kent and family visited rela
tives in Hillsboro Saturdav night and
Clarence Smith and family from near
Greenfield were guests of his parents,
T. T. Smith and wife, Sunday.
G. E. Kerr, of Cincinnati, spent Sun
day with his sister, Mrs. Martha K.
"VanPelt and family.
Mrs. Sarah Pausch still remains
quite poorly at her home on- South
Fairfield street.
Mrs. G. A. Pavey is In New Car
lisle, the guest of her daughter, Mrs.
Alford Kester.
Mrs. Ira Young and children have
returned home from a visit with rela
tives near Sugartree Ridge.
The Christian Endeavor Society of
the Friends' church enjoyed a social
Friday evening at the home -of Miss
Maggie Huff.
C. E. Pavey, of Blanchester, was a
business visitor here Saturday.
Miss Lillian Barger will give an en
tertainment consisting of reading and
music next Friday evening In the B.
M. A. hall.
The baccalaureate sermon to the
graduating class will be delivered by
- Rev. Smith next Sundayevening in
the M. E. church.
Chamberlain's Liniment.
This preparation Is intended especi
ally for rheumatism lame back,sprains
and like ailments. It" is a favorite
with people who are well acquainted
with its splendid qualities. Mrs.
Charles Tanner, Wabash, Ind. says of
It, ''I have found Chamberlain's Lini
ment the best thing for lame back and
sprains I have ever used. It works
like a charm and relieves pain and
soreness. It has been used by others
of my family as well as myself for upv
wards of twenty years." 25 and 50
cent bottles. For sale by All Deal
ers. "" adv
May 11, 1014.
Dr. Howard, of Hillsboro, was called
here Sunday morning to treat a cow
for Mrs. M. E Harris.
Ralph Holllngsworth, of New Mar
ket, was a caller here Sunday evening.
Minnie Vance had as her guests Sun
day T. A. Malcom and wife, of West
boro, Oscar Malcom and wife and Jesse
Malcom, of Hillsboro, A. M. Roush
and wife, of New Market, and C. D.
Harris and wife.
H. L. Harris and family called on
G. w. Sanders and family Sunday
Herby Harris and nephew of Port
William, called on his parents here
J. O. Harris and family spent Sun
day with L. O. Warne and family.
M. E. Harris and daughter, Clara,
called on W. E. Brewer and family, at
New Market, Sunday.
We were sorry to hear of the death
of Geo. Chaney, of Berry vllle. He for
merly lived In this neighborhood and
was a highly respected citizen.
Leo and Ray Harris, of New Vienna,
called on their grandfather, J. O. Har
ris, Tuesday evening.
The United States has more than
6,000,000 factory employes and 1,600,000
railroad employes.
30,000 VOICES
And Many Are The Voices of
Hillsboro People.
Thirty thousand voices what a
grand chorus 1 And that's the number
of American men and women who are
publicly praising Doan's Kidney Pills
for relief from backache, kidney and
bladder Ills. They say it to friends.
They tell it In the home papers. Hills
boro people are in the .home papers.
'Here's a Hillsboro case.
Theodore Murphy, carpenter, Elm &
Pleasant Sts., Hillsboro, Ohio, says:
"I don't hesitate to recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills, for they have always
given me relief when I have had occa
slon to take them. A good many of
my friends have used Doan's Kidney
Pills with very beneficial results. I
advise everyone to give them a good
trial, for I know what they will do. I
have had no reason to change my opin
ion of Doan's Kidney Pills since recom
mending them some years ago."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. ' Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the. name Doan's and
take no other. adv
Resolutions of Respect.
Whereas, by the ruling of the all
wise Providence, who decreed at the
beginning, "that all men should die",
neighbor A. H. Reames died April 22,
1914. Belt
Resolved by Hillsboro Camp No.
3C89, M. W. of A., that by the death
of neighbor A. H. Reames, the camp
has lost a most valued member. He
was a man held in "high esteem and
regarded with a sincere friendly feel
lng by al with whom he became
Resolved, that the condolence and
sympathy be extended to the friends
and relatives of our deceased neighbor.
Particularly do our sympathies extend
to the widow in this hour of bereave
ment and commend to them the conso
lation and comfort bestowed by our
Heavenly Father who doeth all things
Resolved, that these resolutions be
spread upon the minutes of our Campi
that a copy be sent to tho widow and
county papers be furnished with a copy
for publication. Also our camp charter
be draped for a period of thirty days
in mourning R. P. Roush, C. F.
Tharp, E. R. Favor, Committee.
May 11, 1914.
R. A. McDanlel visited his daugh
ter, Mrs. Otta Rolf, near Mt. Olive,
Lafe McDanlel called on Floyd Fos
ter, near Auburn Chapel, Sunday.
Grace Foreman, who has been under
a trained nurse's care for some time,
Is able to be out riding.
Joe Thompson was with home folks
Walter Bates and nephew, Guy
Murray, of Wilmington, were callers
In the John Murray nome Sunday.
Roy Dove and wife and Peter Thomp
son spent Sunday with Harry vPowoll.
Martha Stotler is sick.
Little Marjgrle Rolf, of Snow Hill,
Is visiting her grandparents, P. D.
Stotler and wife.
Lucy The idea of her playing tennis
in a sheath skirt 1
Leo Oh, I think she is making a
fide showing I Judge.
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but In the PODOUX VfiSv t
. formula the, gripe lus lCJr
TV been taken out. wBv
Buy It and try It W
May 11, 1914.
The G. A. R. memorial will take
place In the church here on next Sun
day, May 17, at 2:30 p. m.
Robert McKamey and wife, of noag
lands, Chas. Frost and wife, of Dunn's
Chapel, John McKamey and family, of
near Hlllboro, John McCall and wife,
of New Petersburg, attended the dedi
cation services iiere yesterday and
took dinner at Ben Wilklns.
Miss Katharine Olda'ier shopped in
Cincinnati last Friday.
John Luck and wife, of Lynchburg,
called on Mrs. E. E. Edwards yester
day afternoon.
Mrs. Joslyn Steele and Leona Steele,
of Morrow, visited her parents Leroy
Kosler and wife over Sunday. .
B. G. Combs, of Norwood, was the
guest of Mrs. E E. Edwards, Sunday.
The rededlcation of the M. E.church
was held yesterday, Presiding Elder
Rev. VanPelt delivered the sermon.
Frank Popp and family, of Norwood,
were visitors at Simpson Oldakers
Mrs. Eva Newton and little daugh
ter visited at Chllllcothe a few days
The next regular meeting of the G.
A. R. will be held here on Saturday,
May 23, at 2 p. m.
E M. Reaves, of Lynchburg, called
on Philip Belles last Friday evening.
Wm. i Stoltz and wife, of New
Vienna, attended church here" yester
day. Sick Headache.
Mrs. A. L. Luckle, East Rochesteri
N. Y , was a victim of sick headache
and despondency, caused by a badly
weakened and debilitated condition of
her Stomach, when she began taking
Chamberlain's Tablets. She says, "I
found them pleasant to take, also mild
and effective. In a few weeks' time I
was restored to my former good
health." For sale by All Dealers, adv
May 11, 1014.
Jacob Chaney and wife visited near
Wilmington on Sunday
Frank Brown spent Sunday evening
with John Holladay.
Electa Lowman has oeen hired to
teach the Duncan school for next year.
Mrs. James Speelman visited her
sister, at Ogden, Clinton county, last
G. V. Brown transacted business in
Hillsboro, on Saturday.
Roscoe Swartz, of Hillsboro, was a
caller here, Saturday.
For Every
Living Thing- On
Farm, n
Free ; a 500 1 page book on the treat
ment and care of "Every Living Thing
on the Farm ;" horses, cattle, dogs
sheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
phreys' Vetinary 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
May 11, 1914.
Miss Vera Bogue returned home
Wednesday evening. She had spent
seven months In Washington state.
Mrs. Charles Nordyke and Mrs. Tay
lor Martin spent Sunday with Samuel
Engle and wife.
.Several from here attended the
funeral of George Chaney, at Berry
vllle, Wednesday. "
Mrs. Ruth Carey and daughter, Miss
Mary, and granddaughter, Hazel Ellen
Peele, of Wilmington, spent Saturday
and Sunday with O. N. Carey.
Donald Carey, of Cincinnati, spent
Saturday night and Sunday with home
Elsie Michael spent Saturday night
and Sunday with her mother, Mrs.
Mildred Haynie and Mary Wallace
spent Sunday with the Purdy sisters.
Chas. Dlvens and family spent Sun
day with Moses Morrow, near Hills
boro. Lynn Engle and son, of Wilmington,
spent Sunday with his brother, Sam'l.
Bert Edwards and family, of Green
field, and Mrs. Anna Larkin and son,
Clarence, spent Sunday with their
mother, Mrs. Mary Edwards.
Burton Hull and family, of Green
field, spent Sunday, with Mrs. Hull's
father, Evan Good.
Whooping Cough.
"About a year ago my three boys had
whooping cough and I found Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy the only one that
would relieve their coughing and
whooping spells. I continued this
treatment and was surprised to find
that it cured the disease in a very
short time," writes Mrs. Archie Dal
rymple, Crooksville, Ohio. For sale
by All Dealers. ' adv
The Census Taker How many are
there in that bunch of Portuguese?
The Landlady Six. A Portugopse,
a Portugander and four little Portu
goslings Chicago Dally News.
May 11, 1914.
Daisy Carpenter, of Allensburg,
spent the past week with her mother,
Mrs. Ellis Wilkin, who is suffering
with a broken arm.
Cary McKee and sister, Mary, were
the guests of George Robinson and
family Sunday.
Henry Wood and mother spent last
Tuesday evening at the home of G. G.
O. Pence
Robert Ilottle and wife entertained
to dinner Sunday Lloyd Ilottle and
wife, of Falrvlew, and Alva Thoroman
and wife.
Mrs. Anna Pence, is spending a few
days with her daughter, Mrs. Harry
Holden, of New Market,
a Ed. Pence and family were guests
of P. V7. Charles and wife Monday.
Miss Willa Robinson visited Miss
Nina Evans, of Hillsboro, Saturday
night and Sunday.
Mrs. Harley Cluff entertained her
sister and children, of'near Marshall,
Wednesday night and Mrs. Ed. Chaney
and son, of Russell, and Mrs. Edith
Pence and two sons, Thursday.
Floyd Wilkin and wife, of Ha'rwood,
spent Sunday with Ellis Wilkin and
Mr. Dillon, of Hillsboro, spent last
Wednesday with his daughter, Mrs.
Herman Wilkin.
Mrs. Frank Orebaugh was the guest
of Mrs. S. J. Pence Sunday afternoon
S. P. Robinson and wife and son,
Will, and Henry Wood and mother
were guests Sunday of John Lemon
and wife.
The Willing Workers will meet at
the home of Mrs. Ed. Chaney Thurs
day afternoon.
General Pence and faxily took din
ner Sunday with Wright Fawley and
Charles Trop and wife spent Satur
aay night and Sunday with George
Culhan and family, of Russell and at
tended the dedication of the M. E.
Relieves Bladder Distress and
Irregular, painful bladder weak
nesses disappear when the kidneys are
strong and healthfully active. Take
Folej Kidney Pills for that burning,
scalding, sensation-irregular, painful
action-heavy', sore feeling and bladder
distress. You will like their tonic
restorative effect-the relief from pain
quick good results. Contains no harm
ful drugs. Try them. adv
Gariiett & Ayres.
May 11, 1914.
John Crampton and family, of
Lynchburg, John Pratt, wife and son,
of Honolulu, and F. C. Pulse, wife'and
two sons were guests Sunday of F. O.
Pulse and wife.
Orlan Rhoades and family were
guests Sunday of Joseph Lewis and
family, near St. Martins.
Ed Rhoades has bought property in
Lynchburg and will move sometime
Wm. Rhoades, wife and daughter,
of Five Mile, were guests Sunday
of Ed Rhoades and wife.
W. V. Miller and wife spent Friday
with Sue Miller and family near West
boro. John Ilult, of Sardinia, and Wm.
Morgan, of South Liberty, were guests
of S. M. Taylor and family Sunday af
ternoon. Ray Taylor spent Saturday and Sun
day with Elmer Hall at Sardinia.
New Alodern Dancing.
The leading Expert and Instructor
in New York City, writes : "Dear Sir
1 have used allen's foot ease, the
antiseptic pow'der to be shaken into
the shoes, for the past ten years. It
is a blessing to all who .are compelled
to be on their feet. I dance eight or
ten hours daily, and find that allen's
foot ease keeps my feet cool, takes
the friction from the shoe, prevents
corns and Sore, Aching Feet. I recom
mend it to all ray pupils."
(signed) E. FLETcnEn II allamobe,
Sample FREE. Address, Allen S.
Olmsted, LeRoy, N. Y adv
"What a lovely baby 1" said Flaher
ty. "Have ye had his picture took yet,
I dunno?"
"Not yet," said Fogarty, the proud
father, "Wethrled to, but aftheran
hour's lost lauor the photograf ter ray:
ferred us to a movln'-plcture studio.
LIpplncott's Magazine.
ARE YOlllt KTF.M watery, mntlery,
rnliT et n 2Ac. tulo of UAUI.i:
EYE NAIiVK. Use It niicl avoid
Ifrnuulntea Jliln, frrowltiM, styes
anil oilier bad result tlial follow
this sure sign ol Inlet-led eyes.
Engle Eyes for everybody Jl Uicy
tute EAUEE EYE baltc
May 11, 1914.
Rev. Tlmmons filled his regular ap
pointment at the M. E. Church at
this place Sunday morning.
Mother's Day was observed by both
the churches at this place Sunday.
Lewis Igo and son spent Sunday
morning witli Henry Wilkin.
Miss Amy Igo h s been assisting
Mrs. C. F. Roberts with her work the
past week.
Mrs. Kelly Roberts and little daugh
ter called on Mrs. C. F. Roberts on
Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Amy Igo called on Ruth Hoss
Saturday night.
Miss Ruth Hoss and Clifford Walker
called on Amy Igo Sunday evening, f
May 11, 1914.
Estyl Blshlr, of Hamilton, was the
guest of his grandmother, Mrs Blshlr,
over Sunday.
Wm. Hunt and wife, of Martinsville,
Kattended services here Sunday.
Miss Norine DeLaney, of Oxford,
was with her parents from Saturday
until Monday evening. G. T. DeLaney
Is spending this week in Washington
D. O.
Miss nazel Galliett, of Covington,
Ky., was with her parents Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Hardin, of Blanchester,
is visiting friends here this week
Rev. MoMurray was entertained by
Charles Bateman and wife, Sunday.
Warren Connell and wife entertained
T. L. Connell and wife, M. E. Connell
and wife and daughter and niece, Mrs.
Etlie Connell aud children and Lewis
Connell and wife, of Samantha, Sun
day. Miss Anna Hastings was entertained
at the home of Rev. Martin, Sunday.
Isma Troth and Mrs. LidaWoodrow
were married at the home of Mrs.
Woodrow's daughter, Mrs. Geo. Lin
ton, on Tuesday evening, by Rev.
Dresch. They spent the remainder of
the week with his daughter In Colum
bus, returning home Saturday.
Miss Little Reeves will spend the
summer with her brother at Troy.
J. R. Benham and wife were in
Cincinnati Wednesday.
Orlle Puckett and wife returned to
their home in Cincinnati last week,
after a short visit with his mother,
Mrs. S. S. Puckett.
Clarence Dean and wife spent Sun
day with Thos. Runk and wife.
Oliver Vanzant and family, of Hills
boro, visited their mother, Mrs. Sarah
Charles, Sunday.
C. W. Morrow and wife and W. G
Ross and family motored to Dayton
Sunday. Mr. Ross and family remain
ing for a few days visit with relatives.
Charles Purdy and wife, of Wilming
ton, were visitors here Sunday.
Mrs. Patchell, of Stone Lick, was
the guest of Dr. Kleckner and mother
Sunday. George Warren and 'wife, of
Martinsville, were their guests Mon
day. Mrs. Caroline Kleckner, who has
been In poor health, is improving.
Mrs. Lulu Davidson and two sons
left for Alliance Saturday, where she
expects to locate.
Elmer Pendell and wife and niece,
of New Vienna, w.ere guests of M. C.
Montgomery and' family, Sunday.
Mrs. Lizzie Montgomery was a busi
ness visitor in Hillsboro Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Garner, of Martins
ville, spent Sunday with his mother,
Mrs. Julia Garner.
Mr. and Mrs. Kelsllch and daughter,
Alice, attended the services at St.
Martins, Sunday.
Mesdames Garner, DeLaney, Mur
phy and Feike attended the funeral of
Mr. Nolder, at Westboro, Tuesday.
M. E Sonner and wife entertained
C. E Ilaller and wife and daughter,
Gretchen, and their son, Floyd, Sun
A Stubborn Cough is Wearing
and Risky.
Letting a stubborn cough "hangon"
in the spring is risky. Foley's Honey
& Tar Compound heals raw inflamed
surfaces In the throat and bronchial
tubes makes sore, weak spots sjund
and whole stops stubborn, tearing
coughs. Refuse substitutes. adv
Gariiett & Ayres.
"Did ye take yer husband's tempera
ture as 1 telt ye, Mrs. Purdle ?"
"I did that, doctor. I borrowed a
barometer frae a neighbor and put It
on his chest, and as It said 'verra dry',
1 gled him a pint o' beer and he's gone
off tae work." London Tatler.
"Isuffered habitually f rom constipa
tion. Doan's Regulets relieved and
strengthened the bowels so that they
have been regular ever since. " E. Da
vis, Grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. adv
"I have sent for you," said the man
of the house, "because these pipes
need looking after. There's a leak
somewhere and a lot of gas going to
"No, sir," replied the gas company's
inspector, meditatively, "maybe there
Is a leak, but there ain't any gas going
to waste you'll find it all in the bill."
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Rex Harold Is a roan 6 years old and
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