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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1909,
May 31, '00.
Robert Kerne, of Clear Creek, spent
last week with relatives here.
Mrs. E. 8. Judklns, of Evanston,
epent a few days here with relatives
Miss Edith Horsman came up from
Cincinnati Saturday and will spend
eome time at her home here.
T. H. Rayburn, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his brother, E. T. Ray
burn, over Sunday.
A eon was born to Robert Powell
and wife, May 20.
, Mies Imogene Terrell and sister.
Mrs. Anna Uhoades, spent last week
with their sister, Mrs. Bailey, at
Blancnester, and relatives in Cincin
nati. Mrs.'Uhoadcs started Saturday
for Vermont in response to a tele
pram from her daugnter, Mrs. Hall.
Mlsecs Ella and Edna Adams ana
their guest, Miss Bolman, of Ports
mouth, were entertained MIsb Eetelia
Savage, in Wilmington, Friday.
MIsb Helena Brown, who has been
visiting her grandparents, . L. Knox
and wife, went to St. Louis last
R. O. Wood and wife arc visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Tice, at Bulord,
G. W. Martin and wife and grand
daughter, Florence, spent last week
witn Taylor Martin and family, at
Mrs. Bruce Walker, of Lancaster,
Is the guest of her sister, Airs. Elwood,
and other relatives here.
ice hah was well tilled on Saturday
afternoon lor decoration exercises,
were opened lm music oy tne Lees
burg band, followed uy prayer by Kev
LA. wasUburn and recitations d
me children, alter wnicn a very ex
cclient addrebs was delivered bv Rev.
J. A. Pantle, of Ithica. &uoJect
"Wnat Mcaneth this Memorial," in
wnicn he urged the necessity of ever
seeping alive tne patriotic spirit by
remembering the services of the 010
roldlers and the obligations that rest
upon ub to keep alive tne rcmetn
brance of their sacrifice and devotion
lor their country's good. At the close
01 his address tne congregation roee
to their feet and gave tne old soldiers
the Chautauqua eaiute. Tne company
men formed in line and proceeded to
the cemetery where the beautiful
flowers of loving remembrance
were strewn upon the resting places
of departed once.
Purcell Earl, after spending a ftw
weeks with relatives and friends here
left on Saturday to resume his duties
in the navy, where he has bein foi
some time. t
After many long years of suffering
from Infirmities oi age, Grandma Cox
dldd on .Monday morning at the home
of her eon, Robert, at this place,
Funeral services, conducted by Bev
L. A. Washburn, were neld in the M.
E. church Wednesday afternoon. In
tEIBjent in Highland cemetery.
Commencement exercises were held
in the Opera House Tuesday evening,
May 25. The very interesting and ex
cehent address of Rev, C. W. Blod
gett was listened to with undivided
attention. His remarks based upon
the stepping stones to success, were
full of practical admonitions and ad
vice to those just starting out In this
busy world for themselves. The mu
sic for the occasion was furnished by
the Highland quartette. The diplo
mas were presented to the class with
a few well chosen words by the super
intendent, Prof. Charles Johnson.
Mrs. J. J. Harris attended com
mencement exercises at Saolna Tues
day. Miss Edna Terrell was called to Con
nersvllle, Ind., a few dayB ago by the
lllnees of an aunt.
Dr. J. R Hull and wife were guests
of James McQuay and family, over
Charles Johnson and wife are visit
ing the latter'e parents at Marysvllle.
E. M. JohnBon and wife spent Sun
day with Greenfield friends.
Miss Lizzie Grove, of Fayette county
is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. J.
P. F. Ladd and wife were visiting
friends In Midland City Friday.
J. F. Brown and wife, of Ft. Collins,
Col., and Mrs. Martha Moon, of Des
Molne, Iowa, arc guests of P. F, Ladd
and family this week.
Several from this place attended
Memorial services at New Vienna on
The Memorial eermon delivered by
Kev. L. A. Washburn Sunday morn
ing was thought to be equal to any
we have had in the past and much en
Joyed by all who heard it.
Frank Shoemaker and family spent
Sunday with Sam Wolf and wife.
Arthur Lucas and family visited
Clarence Easter and family near
Willlamsport Friday and Saturday.
Harley Grove and John Martin, of
Centerville, spent Thursday and Fri
day with Chas. West and family.
Mrs. Ella Butler gave an Epworth
League Social last Thursday night.
About fifty were present and all re
port a delightful time.
Hamer and Harry Lyle spent Sun
day with their cousin, Earl Evans.
Chlldrens' service will be he held
at the M. E. Church, of this place,
Sunday sight, June 0 All are in
Tited. Sylvester Smith took dinner Sunday
with Ralph Caldwell.
Art Wise, wife and daughter, of
Belfast, Bpent Friday night with her
Bister, Mrs. Sam Grove.
Mrs. R. P. Grove ,is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. O. F. Templln near
For Every Living Thing On the
Free; a 500 page book on the treat
ment and care of "Every Living
Thing on the Farm ;" horBes, cattle,
sheep, doge, hoes and poultry, by
Humphreys' Veterinary Specifics ;
also a stable chart for ready refer
ence, to hang up.' Free by mail on
application. Address Humphreys
Borneo. Med, Co., Corner Williams &
Ann Sts., New York.
That's Exactly What It Means To You.
We have decided to discontinue the following line of goods. Our mammoth lines of Domestic and Imported
China, Glassware, Tinware, Household Articles, Kitchen Utensils, Small Hardware, Toys, Etc.
We are going to extend our grocery department and other lines.
jjjg OOO Worth of the finest merchandise ever brought to Hillsboro at about 50 cents on the dollar.
We will put the knife deep into all these lines, now that we have decided to discontinue them. We are going
to dispose of them in as short a time as possible, and everything must go regardless of cost.
$5',000 worth of goods to be slaughtered without mercy, goods that are in daily use and that you are con
stantly in need of.
That we have always handled the best of goods and ur prices were always most reasonable. But at the prices
that we are making at this great sale they will go and go fast, and you don't wan't to delay one day longer than you
can possibly help in attending.
Sale Begins Saturday, June 5, at 8s30 a. m.
The store will close Friday, June 4, at 2:30 p. m., to mark down goods and remain closed until Saturday, 8:30
a m., when the sale will begin.
Groceries May Be Ordered By Phone While the Store is Closed.
The number of articles to be sold are too numerous
We will name only a few. Read every item very care
Bread and butter plates lie each
Pie plates 2c each
Breakfast pates 3c each
Full size dinner plates 4c each
Butter plates 10c dozen
Handled cupB and eauccrs .' 25c a set
Without handles, cups and saucers 18c a set
10c gr&vy and soup bowl , 5c
15c meat plates 0c
19c meat plates 13c "
35c meat plates . .-....,... i 23c
25c water pitchers .'...; 18c
10 and 15c spoon and tooth brush holders ( 4c
10c child's heavy plate : 4c
10c gas lamp shades .',".... Gc
10c cake or dinner plates 5c
15c cake or dinner plates 7c
&c , &c.
China and Semi-Porcelain in Bold and Floral
13c nappies 8c
10c nappies 12c
23c nappies . .15c
19c milk pitchers .- .' 0c
23c milk pltcherB 13c
10c gold decorated pie plates . 4c
10c breakfast plates '. Gc
10c dinner plates 4 , 74c
10 and 15c odd plates 7ic
23c decorated plaques '.'.'. 15c
20c meat plates. t . 13c
25c cake or chop plates 15c
150 fancy dinner plates 80c set
125 fancy dinner plate 7c set
150 fancy cups and saucers '. , 89c set
125 fancy cups and saucers 70c set
08c fancy 3 piece tea sets .- 60c
12.00 fancy 3 piece tea setB (1,25
42 25 fancy 3 piece tea sets ; . .81.38
11.50 fancy salads . 08c
81.40 fancy salads 93c
75c fancy saladB .y 47c
3Cc fancy salads '. .iOc
25c fancy 2 piece sugar and cream 18c
38c fancy 2 piece sugar and cream 23c
35c China pitcher 18c
08c berry set ' ........ 08c
81.10 berry set 8Dc
10c fruit saucers, gold 4c
81.00 bowl and pitcher '. GOc
81,50 bowl and pitcher 08c
83 50 10 piece toilet set 82.23
85.00 dinner sets .'..' 82.80
81,75 Standard Oil nickel lamps, 81.18
Hand Painted China, Japanese China, Jardlnlers
Glazed Cuspidors, Fern Dishes, Fancy Vases, French
Bisque, Baking Ware, &c, Ac , all at same proportion.
40c colonial tumblers, crystal glass 25c per set
10c colonial lemonade glass, per dozen 65c
And everything In our glassware department In same
The Famous Wapak Smoothing Irons and
C lb smoothing irons 20
G lb smoothing Irons 24 o
7 lb smoothing Irons 28c
8 lb smoothing lrotiB . 32c
0 lb smoothing Irons 3Cc
50c sleeve irons, nickel plated 38c
Mrs. Potts' Irons, 2 large Irons and one small, fully
nickel plated, 81 25 kind at per set. 95c
7 lid knobs. . . . 5c
Hook and staple '. .' lc
100 hog rings 4c
Screw driver 4c
Corkscrews 3 and 4c
Tea strainers 2,4,and 8c
Meat forks 4c
Caue turners .'.., ' 4c
Tack hammers .' .' 4c
Potato mashers 4c
Whet stones. , .......'. .'.v. 4c
Scrub bruBheB ' 4c
1 quart covered buckets. , 4c
10c carpet beaters ;....; 6c
10c granite pie pans ' 5c
10c granite pot lids .' 5c
i gallon covered buckets...- 5c
4 quart covered buckets v .... 9c
10c galvanized wash pans 5c
4 quart tin coflee pots ' . 0c
1 quart milk buckets .' 8c
Large hammers ; . . . 9c
Towel rollerB 8c
Whisk brooms 8c
25c fruit press .' 17c
GOc monkey wrenches, 1 25c
&c, &c. . '
Also everything in Tinware;., Granlteware, Lunch
Baskets, Dinner Buckets, &c, &c.
81.49 albums 89c
81.73 albums ' 08c
200 Leather Hand Bags in the Latest Shapes
25c hand bags 14c
Black and tan 19c
50c bags 39c
7Gc bags 45c
81.00 bags , GOc
81.50 bag 05c
50 pairs of men's undressed kid gloves, 75c and 81.00
grade, slightly soiled 18c pair
25 pairs ladles' black, all silk, 10 button length, 82.00
gloves. ...'..... '. 79c
19c lisle gloves l3c
2T- lisle gloves ', 18c
oOz lisle gloves .- 38c
100 pair ladies' black seamless boBe, worth 10c, at
5c a pair.
100 pair misses' black shaped seamless hoee, worth
10c at 5c pair.
Fancy bead necklaces at one-half price.
5,000 fancy and birthday cards, our regular 2 for 5c
kind during this sale at lc each.
Special in Matches
About 1,500 matches in box, per box, 5c.
We will continue giving coupons during this sale; we
will set aside certain lines of goodB which will not be sold,
but given away free with our coupons.
Don'tt miss the opportunity of attending this Bale.
Remember the sale begins at 8:30 a. m. Saturday, June
5, and will continue until everything in these lines are
25c leather belt .' 10c
One lot 25c elasjlc beltB 10c
We have the greatest line of Side Comb's, Back
Combs, Comb Sets, Hair Pins, &c. 25 per cent, off during
Pearl and fancy buttons for plain work and trim
mings. 25 per cent, off during this sule.
200 Fancy Dress Shirts worth 50c and 75c during this
sale, cach... 38c
The Bee Hive Department Store,
Opposite Soldiers' Monument,