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THE, NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1914.
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Scarborough ins'iranOo
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Stoiic's CakCB. Comird.'8Gro
cery. adv .'1
Charles F. Clarke returned S aturday
f frbm a visit with relatives atJTlndlay.
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Judge J. B. Worley spent 'Monday
In Cincinnati.
Donald Durnell was In Cincinnati
on business Monday. , ,
Ervln Evans went to ElUabahtown,
Ky., Tuesday to visit friends.
Paul Harsha spent Sunday with
friends at Norwood.
Miss Clara Bateman, of Norwood,
was the guest of friends here Christ
mas. Miss Catherine Mclntyre, oJincln
natl, spent Christmas with relatives
here.
S. W. Hlestand, of Columbus,! spent
Christmas with his mother, Mrs. J.
M. Hlestand.
Miss Flossie Shelton was the guest
of Miss Ruth Penn, in Greenfield, last
week.
William Martin, of Columbus, was
the guest or his father, John A. Mar
tin, a fewUlays last week.
Mrs. Clarence Pulse, of Harwood, is
spending this week with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Qossett.
James Devitt, of Norwood, spent
Sunday,with ills mother, Mrs. Sophia
Devitt.
Miss Ellen llogers was the guest of
Miss Lillian Williamson, at Ripley,
from Friday until Monday.
S. T. McMillan returned to his work
at Dayton Tuesday, after spending a
week with his family here.
Miss Lois Bean entertained Saturday
afternoon with cards for Mrs. Starling
West and Miss Louesa Johnson.
R. D. Klrkpatrlck, of West Union,
was a business visitor here Saturday.
Mrs. Lor a Ruble and daughter, of
Wilmington, are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. H. P. Smith.
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C. F. Lyle returned to Washington,
C. H., Sunday, after a short visit with
his parents, Mr. .and Mrs. James G.
Lyle.
Mr. and Mrs. .George Kesler and soft
returned Tuesdav from a weeks visit
with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conwell, at
Washington C. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dunn, of Liberty,
Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dunn,
ot Pittsburg, Pa., are the guests of
Mr and Mrs. John II en ley,
Mr. and Mrs. William Hixson and
Mrs. Colburn called on J. M Wisecup
and Mrs. Mary E. -Skeen, Saturday
night. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. n. Post, of Battle
Creek, Mich., who have been visiting
their daughter, Mrs. Blair M. Boyd,
returned home Monday.
Vernon Haines, who Is employed in
the Globe Casting Co., at Wilmington,
spent Christmas with his father, Wm.
Haines.
Mrs. Martha Beard, of Uillsboro. and
Miss Lizzie Beard, of Hamilton, were
guests BUnuaj Ol . ax. triocuuiJ auu
Mrs. Mary Skeen, east of town.
James McDermott Jr, returned Mon
day to his studies at Indianapolis,
Ind., after a- week's visit with his
parents here.
Mr. and Mrs. Starling West left
Tuesday for Cleveland, where hey
will visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hlb )on.
From there they will go to their rj ome
In Detroit, Mich.
Forty couple of young people held a
very enjoyable dance at Bell's New
Hall Monday night. The music was
furnished by Underwood's orchestra
and was very good.
Mrs. J. Ed. Shannon and children
are visiting Mrs. Shannon's parents at
Marshall.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nowby returned
tov their home in Marion, Saturday,
after a visit with their parents, here.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Bell ahd children
went to Day tonia, Fla., Monday, whore
they will spend tho winter.
Col. L. B. Boyd was the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. Ralph Mitchell, at
Cleveland, the past week.
C. L. Doster and Miles Townsend, of
Greenfield, were hereon legal business
Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kent and children,
of Leesburg, spent Sunday with Mr.
Kent's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kent.
Alvin Kent, of Chicago, will return
home today, after a week's visit with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kent.
Mr. and Mrs. Uharles Ayres and
daughters, of Wilmington, spent
Christmas with the former's brother,
Frank Ayres.
Mrs. John C. Spargur and Mrs.
Letcher went to Lexington, Ky., Sun
day to attend the funeral of the form
er's grandmother, Mrs. Lyne.
Miss Penelope Hlndman, who is at
tending art school In Cincinnati, spent
the Christmas vacation with her par
onts, Mr. and Mrs. David Hlndman.
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Heber R Van Pelt, who has been
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
P. Van Pelt, for two weeks, returned
Wednesday to Boston, Mass.
Mrs. Walter C. Merrick, who was
called here by the deatli of her father,
Judge S. F. Steele, returned to her
home in Cleveland, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Walker, of
Norwood, were the guests of the lat
ter's sister, Mrs. Charles Swartz, and
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until oaiuruay.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. West and child
ren, of Peebles, and W. V. Watts, of
Waverly, were the guests of Judge and
Mrs. T. M. Watts from Saturday until
Tuesday.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Baumgardner
and daughter returned to Jackson
ville, 111., Tuesday, after a week's visit
with Mrs. Baumgardner's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. L F. Boulware.
Lieut. Harry L. Pence, who has been
visiting his .parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Ellis
Pence, returned to his duties at the
U. S. Naval Academy at Annapolis,
Md., on Saturday.
Rev. Sam W. Crabtree has been ap
pointed editor and manager of the
Sardinia News. He took up his new
duties last week. Rev. Crabtree lived
In HUlsboro at one time, being pastor
of several of the Christian churches
near here.
SALE
INVENTORY
An Actual cm of 25 pjf Cent.
On Men's Boys' and Children's Suits and Overcoat
s
STOCK TAKING is the next thing on the bill here. Before
commencing the work we want to reduce our stock as far as
possible, and we're going to make it worth while for our patrons
to help us do it.
Money in the bank shows far better business at this season
of the year than a big stock to inventory.
See What 25 Per Cent. Off Means
MEN'S SUITS
$ 7.50 Suits
10.00 Suits
12.50 Suits
15.00 Suits
18.00 Suits
20.00 Suits
' 22.50 Suits
25.00 Suits
$5.63
7.50
9.38
11.25
13.50
15.00
16.88
18.75
MEN'S OVERCOATS
5.00 Overcoats $ 3.75
7.50 " 5.63
10.00 " 7.50
12.50 " 9.38
15.00 " 11.25
18.00 " 13.50
20.00 " 15.00
25.00 " 18.75
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Boys' Suits and Overcoats I
$ 2.00 Suit or Overcoat
2.50
3.00
3.50
4.00
5.00
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Great Reductions on All of Our Men's and Boys Hats and Gaps, Odd
Pants, Sweater Goats, Work Goats, Underwear, Etc.
Don! Mis
s Tins Sale.
We Sell
As We Advertise
Miss Olive Berryman, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Howard Vest,
at Mlddletown, returned home Mon
day, Her sister came with her fpr a
visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Berryman. ,
Mrs. Walter Brown and children, of
Hamilton, Mrs. Will Powell and
daughter, of Daytonand Dr. Joseph
Winegardner, of Alliance, spent Xmas
with their mother, Mrs. Gertrude
Winegardner.
Miss Lora Underwood, who has been
taking treatment in a Cincinnati
hospital, returned home Monday. Her
many menus wm no pieasea to learn
that she is greatly improved. Her
father, U. F. Underwood, went to
Cincinnati and accompanied her home.
Miss Harriett Ayres will leave next
Monday to take up her work as a mis
slonary in Mexico. She will go from
here to New York City and sail from
there on Thursday for Vera Cruz.
Miss Ayres was a missionary In Mexi
co for many years, but has been spend
ing the past year with relatives here.
ROYAL
BAKIN6 Powder
Absolutely Pure
Cakes, hot biscuit, hot breads, and
other pastry, are daily necessities
In the American family. Royal Bak
ing Powder will make them more
digestible, wholesome, appetizing.
Mo Alum -No Limm Phamphmtmm
I THE IRON CLAD I
I E. H. McCLURE & CO. HILLSBORO, OHIO I
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Coal Business
Ed. Gomla, of Mlddletown, spent
Tuesday with Mr. and, Mrs. J. S
Farls. Miss Isabelle McClure.of Columbus,
is visiting her cousin, Miss Helen
Zink.
Mrs. Joseph Swonger, of Belfast, has
been the guest of her brother, F. J.
Kelly, for several das.
The Altruistic Society will meet at
the home of Miss Sarah Murphy on
Friday, Jan. 2, 1914.
Miss Florence Harsha was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Meyers at Wil
llamsport over Christmas
Miss Mattle Rosselott, of Buford, Is
spending this week with her aunt,
Mrs. James Puckett.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. West, of Berry
vllle, spent Sunday with Mrs. West s
mother, Mrs. Nelson B. Lauerty.
Mrs. Ada Butler and daughter, Miss
Dora, spent Christmas with the form
er's father at New Richmond.
Miss Clarlbel McDermott enter
tained Wednesday night for Miss
Dorothy Daly, of Balnbridge.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lucas, of
Springfield, 111., are visiting the lat
ter's sister, Mrs. Charles Swartz.
Roy Roush, of Dayton, was the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Roush, a few days the first of
the .week.
Miss Llda Farls, of Dayton, spent
the week-end with her sister, Mrs.
Charles Richards.
Albert Custer, of Kansas City, Mo.,
is visiting his mother, Mrs. V. u.
Custer.
Mrs. J. Lynn Eddy returned Friday
to her home In New York City, after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
J, H Richards.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Richards enter
tained Jas. McAdow and Lewis De
Laney and wife, of Lynchburg, and
Mrs. D. F. Scott on Tuesday. -
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Meneley are en
tertaining today with open house for
their friends, following an old New
Years custom.
Miss Goldie Puckett, of Blanches
ter, was the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Puckett, from Satur
day until Monday.
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Mrs. nerron Newby entertained a
company of young ladles with cards
at the home of Judge and Mrs. Cyrus
Nowby one day last week.
Mr. and Mrs. nenry Kautz, of
Cleveland, were the guests of the lat
ter's; sister, Mrs. Charles L. Mullenlx,
over Sunday.
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Fay McMullen visited friends In
Columbus Monday and Tuesday and
attended a meeting of the North
eastern Ohio Teachers' Association.
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Vance were
the guests of the former's brother. O
M. Vance, of near Mowrystown, from
Monday until Wednesday.
Dr. Henry Schwelnsberger, who has
been visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Schwelnsberger, returned
to his home in Alliance, Monday.
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Mr. and Mrs. James Richards and
daughter, Miss Margaret, of Sabina,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Burch
Rlber a few days last week. They
returned home Saturday.
CATALPA GROVE.
Dec. 20, 1913.
Mrs. Clark Cadwallader spent
Christmas withC. R. Walker and fam
ily, of Uillsboro, and was accompanied
home by her sister, Miss Elizabeth
Walker, who remained until Sunday.
Everett Smith and wife visited
friends In HUlsboro, Thursday.
Miss Hazel Scott returned home
Saturday, after spending several days
with Owen Roush and family.
Dwlght Stockwell. of Norwood.
spent a few days with O. L. Roush
and family last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Warnock, of Ralnsboro,
spent Sunuay with Harry Lyle and
wife.
Albert Davidson and wife spent
Christmas with Wm. Davidson and'
family, of Frogtown.
At 10 o'clock Christmas day, Dec.
25, 1913, Harry Crampton, of Lynch
burg and Miss Dortha Wilkin, of near
Fatrvlew, were united in marriage at
the residence of and by Rev. A. D.
McMurry, of Russell. After tiro cere
mony the bride and groom returned to
the home of the bride, where an ex
cellent dinner was served to a num
ber of guests. They received many
beautiful and useful presents. The
bride is the eldest daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Wilkin and Is a beauti
ful brunette. The groom Is a very
prominent young man, a teacher In
the Lynchburg Public School, Their
many friends wish them a long, happy
and prosperous life.
. .
Miss Marguerite Iletherington, after
a weeks vacation with her mother,
Mrs. S. Hetherlngton, returned Mon
day to Wheeling, W. Va.., where she is
teaching in a kindergarten school.
I have purchased
the coal business from
O. A. Landess and
will appreciate your
patronage. I can sup
ply you with
Black Nancy,
White Ash, Luh
rig, Thacker and
Pocahontas Coal
H. E. Mullenlx
GOAL AND COKE
Oor W. and Main Sfs. Uillsboro, 0,
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