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THE NEWS-HERALD,, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1912
Bettor values In underwear, hosiery,
gloves etc, at the Economy Store, adv
J. 0. Richards has been at Martins
ville, Ind., the past week
Mr. and Mrs. P. P. Demlng have
moved to Marfetta.
See Stabler's Stimulator Sale Satur
Elbort Tolle has gone to Cincinnati
to attend business college.
Lloyd Garrett, of Morrllton, Ark.,
Is the guest of his father, O. N. Gar
rett. Mrs. Charles Conard spent Sunday
with her son, Lang, at Washington
Rov. W H. Shields Is attending the
Synod of the Presbyterian church at
J. M. Illbben returned Tuesday from
a two weks visit with his son, Fred,
Tin, Granite, copper and galvanized
ware at lowest prices. The Economy
Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and son,
of Dayton, are the guests of Prof, and
Mrs. E. G. Smithy
Did you get one of those Coal Buck
ets that Stabler Sold for 10c Wednes
day. 9 adV
A large sponge of good quality, the
kind you usually pay 25c for, special
10c and 15c at The Economy Store.
Miss Mlttle Tener Is at home from
a ten days visit with friends at Day
ton and Wilmington.
You shouldnot miss Stabler's Stim
ulator R.ilfl "Saturday. Oct. 12. All
Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Craddock, of
Dallas, Tex., after a weeks visit with
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Johnson, re
turned home Sunday.
Stabler's 5c $ 10c Store have some
great big Stimulators In store for you.
Watch their windows every day,
especially Saturday. "" adv
0 P. Tener & Co. have moved their
stock of goods on N. High street to
the room on W. Main street formerly
occupied by the Cash Merchandise Co.
Have you seen the Velvet and Cro.
chet Bow Ties for women at 10c and
16c at Stabler's ? Regular 25c values
as sold In other stores. adv
Miss Bess Troxel, of Germantown,
returned home Wednesday, after a
short visit with her sister, Mrs. Mau
Last Saturdays sales at Stabler's 5c
& 10c Store were 05 per cent, better
than the same day last year. That
shows which way trade Is going, adv
Miss Hazel McFarland has returned
to her home In Shelby Vllle, Ind., after
spending her vacation here. She was
accompanied by her grandmother,
Mrs. James A. Young.
The guarantee that Stabler's place
on everything you buy there absolute
ly protects you from financial loss.
"You should trade at a store that pro
tects you In this way. adv
Scarborough innrance. adv
Charles P. Clark spent Saturday in
Mrs. T. M Watts Is the guest of
relatives at Carmel,
Pine line of toilet soaps 5c and 10c
at The Economy Store. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lepley are
spending this week In Now "Vienna.
Dr. and Mrs Roy S Rogers spent
Sunday" with relatives in Greenfield.
Floor and table oil cloth and Lino
leum at The Economy Store. adv
Burch D. Hugglns, of Columbus,
spent Sunday with his father here.
Miss Nelle Nelson, of Madlsonvllle,
was the guest of her mother here over
Miss Georgia Lucas, of Oxford, Is
the guest of MissesLeila and isabene
George Henry attended the Golden
Reunion of the 7th Ohio Cavalry at
Granville Barrere attended the
Printers Cost Congress at Cincinnati,
Friday and Saturday.
Mr ana Mrs tiariey wiikiu, ui i
Washington C. H., were the guests of
their parents over bunday.
Mr. and Mrs W. W. Whitehead, who
have been vlsltine friends in Cincin-'
natl, returned home Saturday. I
Mrs. J. J. Pugsley entertained with
a children's party Saturday afternoon
for her nephew, George B. Beecher Jr.
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from a two weeics visit witn nersisier,
Mrs. Ilatley Wilkin, at Washington,
Mrs. Llllle S. Quinn and Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Alan Ottewill spent
Sunday with relatives In Washington,
Mlss(Leon Lemon, of Oxford, was
the cruest of Miss Duanna Harsha and
Miss Mary Spencer from Friday until
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Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Morrow, Mrs. L.
H Dill, Mrs. Cora Powell and Miss
Ella Patterson were the guests of
friends at Greenfield Friday.
RalDh Mitchell, of Cleveland, spent
Sunday with his wife and children,
who are visiting Mrs. Mitchell's par
ents, Col. anbMrs. L. B. Boyd.
H. L. Witnrins. Will Hill, Chas, Mc-
Connaughey, George Pugh and Henry,
Erviu left Monday morning to attend
the Grand Circuit races at Lexington, '
Misses Ruth Dawson and Margaret
Barrere .will give a dance at Holmes
Hall Friday night, the proceeds to go
for the benefit of the Highland County
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher and
A. E. Hough left Sunday for a motor
trip to Eist Aurora, N. Y. They were
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Neal P.
Waddell, of Greenfield.
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Miss Jane Jones, who has been spend--ing
the summer in Jackson, returned
liere Saturday to be in readiness for
the opening of court on Monday, ot
which she is olllcial stenographer.
She will return to Jackson the last of
Carl G. Holmes, of this place, and
Miss Ira M. Ockerman, of Woodville,
were married Saturday at Covington,
Ky. Mr. Holmes is the youngest son
of Gilbert Holmes and is a govern
ment storekeeper at the Freiburg &
Workum Distillery at Lynchburg.
Mrs. Holmes has been teaching school
at Woodville and formerly lived near
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We quickly foresaw the popularity of this
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Before you decide on your Fall suit, come
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Scarborough Ileal tintutu. adv
Miss Margaret Smith Is at home,
from a trip to Atlantic Clfy.
Perry McCoppln Is- spending this
week with friends at Lexington, Ky.
Mrs. John L. Miller was the guest
of friends at Cincinnati Monday and
Twenty six head of horses were sold
at Saturday's stocksale. Prices ranged
from $70 to $200 per head.
A11 the banks of Hillsboro will bo
closed allday Saturday, Oct. 12, Coj
Mrs. L. B. Boyd entertained with a
muslcale Tuesday evening for the
benefit of the Hospital.
Mrs. John S. Jolly, of Davton. has
been the gueat of her mother, Mrs. R.
B. Muntz, the past week.
Mrs. Chris Brunner,' who has been
visiting her son, Foster, at Columbus,
returned home Monday.
Mrs. Hane and daughter, Miss Alice
of Marlon, are the guests of the for
mer's daughter, Mrs. C. E. Bell.
Dolls and doll carts, roller skates
and footballs at The Economy Store.
Mrs. J. F. Loyd, of Anderson, Ind.,
has been the guest of Mrs. Margaret
Gregg, for several days.
Mrs. Frank Day, of Columbus, who
fhas been visiting her sister, Mrs. Geo.
'Cooper, returned home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. noward G Furman, of
Marsland, Neb , were the guests of the
latter's father, John Q. Roads, last
Some of the largest Pitchers and
Casserols and Mixing Bowls you ever
saw for only 10c at Stabler's Stimulat
or Sale, Saturday, Oct. 12. Get your
share. One of each to a customer, adv
Mr. and Mrs H. J. Schwelnsberger
and daughter, Mrs. C. D. Wright, re
turned Saturday from Columbus,
where thej h.d been vlsltin'velatives
for a couple of weeks.
t Mrs. Chas. Garner and daughter, of
Oskaloosa, la., are the guests of Mrs.
Garner's brother, C. D. McCon
naujhey. Stimulator Sale, Saturday, Oct. 12,
all day, large 5 pint Brown Tankard
Pitchers, 10c each and large 7 inch
Casserols with handle and cover 10c
each at Stabler's 5c & 10c Store, adv
Miss Luollle Spargur, of Ralnsboro,
was the guest of Mrs. J. "W. Watts, a
few days the first of the week.
RoyGustin, ot Columbus, was a
guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Ballentlne, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Frye entertained
to dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
I Lemon and son, Harold, Mr. and Mrs.
Wendell Moore and daughter, Miss
Aldeth, Aunt Fannie Muilonlx and
' Miss Beryl Stanforth.
The ladles of the Dallas M. E church
will give an Ice cream supper at the
Dallas school house Saturday evening,
Oct. 12. Everybody cordially Invited.
Proceeds for benefit of the church.
Miss Florence Hilton Is at home
from not Springs, N. C, where she
haa been playing for several months
with a ladies orchestra. Shewfll leave
for Florida soon, where she has an
engagement. ( .
Stove pipe 10c a Joint, elbows 10c
each, dampers ljjc each, stove pipe
enamel 10c can, cover lifters 5c and 10c,
pokers 5c and 10c, fire shovels 5c to 15c
at Stabler's 6c & 10c Store. adv
G. A. nenderson has resigned his
position with The McKeehan Hiestand
Grocery Co., and with his mother is
moving to Sayler Park, one of the
suburbs of Cincinnati, this week. Mr.
nenderson will not take up employ
ment at once but enjoy a much needed
Frank Kelly returned Sunday from
a seven weeks trip through tho West,
lie went by the northern route stop
ping at Marcus, Wash., with Mr and
Mrs. Fred B. McKeehan Jor a couple
of wee is. From there he went to
Seattle and down the coast to San
Francisco and Los Angeles. He re
turned by way of Salt Lake City.
Hcber R Van Pelt, who has -been
the reporter on the Hillsboro Dispatch
for the past two years and a half, has
resigned his position. He has accepted
employment with Proctor & Gamble
and will travel for that company, nis
headquarters will be at Boston, Mass.
He will leave for that'clty Morftiay. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Alan Ottewill,
who have been visiting the latter's
mother, Mrs. Llllle S. QulnnKfor sever
al weeks, left Monday -for Etalng,
China, where Mr. Ottewill Is the
Rev. and Mrs. H. G. Dllllnger, who
have been visiting the latter's father,
Rev. J. B. Farls, at Prlcetown, will
leave today for Frazoysburg, where
Rev. Dllllnger wIU be located the
coming year as pastor of the Christian
church. Rev. Farls and granddaugh
er, Miss Elva White, will accompany
them for the winter.