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title: 'The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, June 03, 1909, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1909.
Frank Grotty was
For Clears and soft drinks go to the
bowllntr alleys. j
Col. J. F. Sands spent Sunday with
relatives at Cincinnati.
Prof. John M. Kay,
was In town Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Osborne, of Day ton,
are visiting E. O. Hetherlngton.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sams, of New York
city, are guests of relatives here.
E.T. Sanderson and Harry Roush
spent Memorial Day in Cincinnati.
Sam Raines kas charge of the com
mlssary department of the Van Garry
John E. Sands, of Washington C. H.,
was the guests of his parents here
Mrs. James Foraker, of Cincinnati,
with Mr. and Mrs.
Commencing with next Saturday
ice cold buttermilk will be on sale at
the bowling alleys.
Stanley Baker, of .Columbus, spent
Sunday and Monday with his parent,
Mr. and Mrs. John Baker.
MIbrcs Emma and Jennie Campbell
were the guests of tnc Misses Larrlck,
at Wilmington, last week.
Will Engbers and Will Madden
spent Sunday and Monday In Cincin
nati the guest of relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Waddell, Mrs. L.
J Amen and Dean Waddell were the
gucBts of relatives here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlbben, of Cleve
land, are rejoicing over the arrival of
a sou, who was born Monday morning.
Dr. H. A. Russ and daughters,
Misses Mary and Mlldrd, spent Sunday
Mrs. S. M. Archer, of Caldwell, who
has been visiting her son, E. W.
Archer, has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. James Foley and
children spent from Saturday until
Monday with relatives at Cincinnati.
Mrs. Ed Kruse and son, of Pitts
burg, Pa., are the guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shropc.
W. C. Lawler, of West Union, a
brother of Thos. Lawler, of this placet
has been appointed a state peniten
Donald Baker, who has been attend
ing Art school at New York City,
arrived at home last week for the
Carl Utmau and George Lclbrock
left for New Vienna Monday evening
to join the band with the VanGarry
Miss Josephine Bascom and cousin,
Miss Susan Semple, of Covington, Ky
arc the guests of the former's sister,
Mrs. Charles Scott.
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GET IN THE GAlVlE. Clothes Buying
10 DAYS SPECIAL SALE 10 DAYS
Mrs. Lyman Beecher entertained
with a luncheon Monday for Mr. and
Mrs, George Peters, who were the
guests of Miss Luclle Hugglns.
There Is no more invigorating or re.
freshing drink than buttermilk. Com-menclng-wlth
next Saturday you can
get It Ice cold at the bowling alleys.
Miss Lenora McKcehan and daugh
ter, Miss Mary, Graham, returned
home Monday after an extended visit
with relatives at Wcstwood.
Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Scott and Mr.
and Mrs, Charles Scott returned home
last week from a short bualness and
pleasure trip through Southern Illi
Miss Pauline Ayrcs, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Ayres, has com
pleted the course at Nelson's Business
College and received, her diploma.
Miss Ardelle Street, of Wilmington,
who Is well known to many HUlsboro
people, has been engaged as teacher
of Latin in Lagrange, (Ind.,) High
school for next year.
On and after June 8 we will be
ready to receive milk at our plant
near the Beecher Ice factory paying
within 2 cents of Elgin.
Highland Queen Puue milic Co,
The family of the late Wesley Pence
have recently had erected a handsome
granite monument to his memory In
Mt. Zlon cemetery. The work was
done by the Harsha Monument Com
pany, of this city.
An Ice cream and strawberry festi
val will be held on the M-. E. Church
lawn at New Market Saturday even
ing, June 5. Proceeds to go towards
purchasing a new organ for the
church, Everybody cordially invited
Mrs. Sarah E. McKeehan went to
Westwood Tuesday to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs S, T. Logan, and attend the
commencement exercises of the high
school of that place. Her grand
daughter, Mlsa Helen Logan, Is one
of the graduate.,
Beginning Saturday, June 5th.
We are going to put on sale a lot of Men's and Young Men's
Fine Hand Tailored Suits that are made to sell at $16.50 to
$18.00 AT THE VERY LOW PRICE OF
When You See These Suits You Will Wonder How We Can Do It
Every garment is made by hand from the very best of pure woolen worsted
materials and shown in all the new colors, including Fancy Blue Serges,
Olives and Grays, and the fit of every garment is absolutely perfect.
DON'T MISS THIS SALE. If you do you will wonder later why you did
not take advantage of this opportunity. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY.
THE IRON-CLAD CL0THIN6 STORE
E. H. McCLTJRE & CO.
Mrs, A. W. Underwood spent Sunday
with relatives at Cincinnati.
Ed Fullerton, of Chicago, spent
Thursday with relatives here.
Kingston, Ross county, voted "dry"
Thursday by a majority of 13,
Miss Gladys Overman Is visiting
relatives at Summit, Ross county.
Mrs, L. B, Boyd returned home last
week from Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Miss Marie Tolle, of Buford, is a
guest at the home of Dr, and Mrs, H,
The Bee Hive's discontinuation sale
ought to pack that popular store
every day as long as the sale lasts.
Miss Mary Hetherlngton arrived at
home last week from New York city,
where she has been attending art
"Connie" Grelsstnger, baker at the
Home Bakery, has purchased an In
terest in the Colonial Restaurant at
Mrs, .Cyrus Newby returned home
Sunday after a short visit with Mr,
and Mrs, O.O. Wickerbam, at Sink
Read the Bee Hive ad. In this pa
per. It Is full of Interest.
Enameled Dish Pans only 10 cent's
at Tener'a, Saturday, June 5.
For Ice cold soft drinks and Cigars
go to the bowling alleys.
.15 cent Enameled Dish Pans only 10
cents at Tener'a, Saturday, June 5,
Pony for sale. Suitable for family
u5e. Inquire of C. C. Shade.
Plain white plates, size 71 Inches, 1
cent each at Tener's In Opera Block.
O. H. Pruett,- of BlueQeld, W. Va.,
Is the guest of his cousin, Carey
Special for Saturday, June 5, Enam
eled Dish Pans, 10 cents at Tener's in
Library Slips are packet in popular
household necessities. Save them
they save you money.'
A Dresden Art Plate given away
with every cash purchase of 910 at
HUlsboro Implement Co. '
Save Library Slips and get your
books,, magazines and county paper
Scarborough Real Estate.
Attend the Bee Hive Discontinua
tion Sale and get married. See ad.
In this paper. .
Black Hill Locust Posts for sale
J, E. McDermott, HUlsboro, or Craig
Eubanks, two miles south of Carmel,
Library Slips are the same as money
in purchasing books, magazines and
If you want goods that are just
what they are represented to be and
at prices that are right go to C, P,
Tener's, Opera Block.
Mrs, Clyde Patton, of St. Louis,
Mo., arrived here Wednesday to spend
the summer with her parents, Judge
and Mrs, S. F, Steele,
Vflaa T.nM-i Mnnnln I vt a 4-m i 4- nf
music at Ruskln-Cave College, Ruskln,
Tenn., returned home last Friday lor
the summer vacation, ,
Rev. J. W. Shade returned Friday
after a three weeks' trip in his line of
duty as fle.d secretary of the Child
ten's Home Society of Ohio.
Scott Holmes was last week elected
senior warden and Paul Harsha cap
tain of the guard of the Cincinnati
Chapter of Rose Grulx Masons.
Will find money 'accumulated In our Savings Depart
ment very convenient.
The woman who doesn't marry will find It doubly so.
Juno 1st marks the beginning of our next six months
period aud any deposit made by the 10th of Juno will
boar interest from the first of the month.
START NOW. NO EXPENSE.
Deposits can be made and money withdrawn at will.
Merchants National Bank
Miss Jane Evans arrived here Fri
day evening from Gainesville, Ga.,
where she Is an Instructor in Brenan
College, She will spend the summer
at the home of her cousin, R. S,
Mrs. E. T. Emerson, of Madison,
vllle, read a very interesting paper
before the Altruistic Society on Fri
day on "The Citizenship of Women."
While here she was the guest ot Mrs,
J. H. Richards.