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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO.THURSDAY, JANUARY 22, 1914.
Miss Margaret Smith Is the guest of
her brother, Jas. J. Smith, at Chicago.
Miss Ruth Dawson spent Friday In
Cincinnati.
John M. McMullenwa8 in Columbus
on business, on Friday.
Lieut, and Mrs. Earl V. Miller re
turned Sunday from their wedding
trip.
Miss Sue Reed, who has been visit
ing Mrs. B. B. Patterson, has returned
to her home at Bloomlnglon, III.
Mrs". M. II. Wedding and mother,
Mrs Amanda Garrett are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Aug. Koch, at Toledo.
Mrs. T. 0. Doorley and Miss Kather
ine Rodgers spent Thursday In Cincin
nati. Lecture tonight at Uell's Opera
House by Thomas Brooks Fletcher.
Hear him.
Mr and Mrs E. F. Krebs and
daughter, Miss Margaret, are visiting,
relatives In Hamilton.
Miss Josephine Roush was the guest
of her sister, Mrs. James Burnett, at
Marshall, the past week.
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Mr. and Mrs Curtis Vance, of nol-
lowtown, spont Monday with the fori
raer's brother, Prof. W. H. Vance.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Edingfleld were
the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Scott, of Dunn's Chapel.
H. E. Marconett, of Portsmouth, was
the guest of his sl9ter, Mrs- Garrett
Weddlng.from Saturday until Monday.
Rev. S. E Wilkin, of Mowrystown,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. N.
Winkle, Monday.
Mr and Mrs. Hoyt Grifflth, of Pitts
burg, Pa , are the guests of the,latter's
parents, Cap., and Mrs M. F. Carroll.
Misses Mary and Clara McMeekln, of
Cincinnati, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Woodrow, over Sunday.
, Mr. and Mrs John U. Spargur visited
the former's sister, Mrs. H. U. Suydam,
from Sunday until Wednesday.
Mrs. J. B. Worley visited her son,
Scott, and other relatives in Cincinnati
from Saturday until Monday.
Miss Martha Spencer is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Overton Hire, at Green
field, this week.
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Miss Lucy Bishop, of Portsmouth,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E.
Carroll, a few days the first of the
week.
Mr. and Mrs J. Ed. Shannon spent
Friday and Saturday with the former's
sister, Mrs. W. C. Hudson, In Cincinnati.
Lloyd Garrett, who was called here
by the death of his father, Dr. O. N.
Garrett, returned to his home at
Morrillton, Ark., on Friday.
Dr. Howard spent last week in Co
lumbus, attending meetings of Ohio
Agricultural Commission and Ohio
Veterinary Medical Association.
Bishop and Mrs. William F. Ander
son, of Cincinnati, were entertained
ly Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Haynes Satur
day and Sunday.
Dr. W. H. Shields went to Washing
ton 0. H. Monday to attend the big
revival meetings going on there and to
assist in the services.
' Mrs.E. B. Patterson and Mrs, Lillle
8. Quinn and Miss Penn, of Batavla,
left Tuesday to spend the remainder
of the winter at Daytonla, Fla.
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Mrs. John Wood and daughter, Miss
Ada, of Georgetown, and Mrs. Ed.
Wood, of Cincinnati, visited Capt. and
Mrs. M. F. Carroll, Thursday.
Dr. C. M. VanPelt, district superin
tendent of the M.E.church, will preach
at Dunn's Chapel, next Sunday after
noon at 2.30. Everybody is Invited to
attend.
C. Caltabellota has rented the room
next door to the Economy Store on W.
Main street, Where he is conducting a
fruit store. He will run this store In
connection with his 17. High street
News Hbhald and Ohio State Jour
nal during the month of January for
one year for only $3,00. This offer must
be taken advantage of during this
month. After that the price will be
84.00.
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Friday. i
Glenn Wilkin returned Sunday from
a weeks visit with relatives In Clncln-I
nati.
Everett Mullenix was In Plqua
Thursday and Friday and secured em
ployment to teach In the sixth grade
of the public schools of that place. He
will begin his work on the 26th of this
month,
Henry Schweinsberger, who has been
confined to the house for over eight
v months with rheumatism, wasuptown
for the first time Friday. He Is rapidly
regaining his strength and expects to
be entirely well soon.
.
During the month of January the
Ohio State Journal makes the great
bargain offer of that excellent paper
for one year for only 82.00. The edi
torial page of the Ohio State Journal
Is the best of any paper published in
Ohio and from a news standpoint it is
unexcelled.
Mrs Belle Chaney was the guest of .
relatives in uynuuuurg uiu ursi ui i
the week
John M, McMullen was In Columbus
Monday on business with the State
Tax Commission.
Miss Marglne Vaughn, of Samantha,
was the guest of her uncle, Jamts
Puckett, Saturday and Sunday.
Dance at Bell's Hall tonight by
Hlllsboro Orchestra. Everybody In
vited, adv
Mrs. Ira L. DeHass visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Roberts at
Sugartree Ridge, last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Grlflln spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Townsend, at Lynchburg.
Dance at Bell's Halls tonight by
Hlllsboro Orchestra. Everybody In
vlted. adv
Sam and Will niestand, of Colum
bus, were called here Monday by the
serious Illness of their mother, Mrs.
3. M. Hiestand. )
Mrs. C. E. CiSnwelf, who has been
visiting her sony James, and family,
returned to her borne In Xenla Mon
day. Mrs. Hugh Conwell and daughter, of
Washington C. Hi, will arrive here
today for a visit with the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kesler.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. McClure, of
Charleston, W. Va., returned home
Monday, after a few days visit with
the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Martin McClure.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. William F. Allen, of New York
City, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Allen
was formerly' Miss Georgiana Beecher,
of this place.
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The next number on the lecture
course is a lecture tonight by Thomas
Brooks Fletcher. Dr. R. O. Matthews
states that Mr. Fletcher is one of the
best speakers on the lecture platform
and advises everyone to hear him.
Rev. Frenger, formerly pastor of
one of the Lynchburg churches and
well known In the western part of the
county, died at his home in Blanches
ter on Friday. The funeral services
were held at Blanchester Monday af
terno n. '
Howard West, of Mlddletown, was
the guest of his mother, Mrs. Rachel
West, from Sunday until Wednesday.
His wife and daughter, who have been
visiting the former's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J.H. Berryman, for several weeks,
returned home with him.
IRON-CLAD
CLEARANCE SALE
Beginning Saturday, January 24, and lasting until Satur
day, February 7, we will run our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale,
offering ONE FOURTH OFF ON ALMOST EYER Y THING IN
OUR STORE. Look these prices over and remember
We Sell Just As We Advertise
Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Kenny and
daughter, of Hamilton, Mo., and Mrs.
G. M. Cole, of Seymor, Ind., are visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McClure.
Mr. Kenny is an uncle of Mrs. E. H.
McClure and owns a large fruit ranch
in the famous Bltterroot Valley. It
is near the ranch of the Daly estate,
the famous copper king.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilfand William
Hill returned Saturday from a two
weeks trip through Florida. They
enjoyed the trip very much and Fred
Hill purchased a twelve, acre tract of
land near Winter Haven. They made
the trip with a number of people from
the western part of this county. The
remainder of the party returned home
Wednesday.
A contest was conducted recently by
the members of Dr. Shields' Sunday
School class of the Presbyterian
church. The class was divided into
two parts, Reds and Blues, and the
losers were to give a banquet to the '
winners. The Blues were the losers
and entertained the Reds at the church
on Friday eveping. Everyone present
had a most enjoyable time.
No services will be held at St.
Mary's Episcopal Church on next Sun
day afternoon, the usual morning ser- ,
vices win be neia. Hev. JJurr win go
to Cincinnati Sunday afternoon to at
tend the celebrations to be held at St.
Paul's Cathedral that' evening, com
memorating the twenty-fifth anni
versary of Bishop Vincent's consecra
tion to the blshoplre of Southern
Ohio. A house warming of the new
home of Bishop Vincent will be held
monaay auernoon ana a uanquet
I given i onday night for Bishop Vln
icent and visiting clergymen. Rev.
I Durr will tako part In the special ser
vices Sunday night.
MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS MEN'S & YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS BOYS' SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$ 7.50 Suits . . $ 5.63 $ 5.00 Overcoats . , $ 3.75 $2-00 Suit or Overcoat $1.50
10.00 Suits . .. . 7.50 7.50 Overcoats . - 5.63 2.50 Suit or Overcoat 1.88
!fncUhS '" SAl 10.00 Overcoats . . 7.50 3.00 Suit or Overcoat 2.25
"J - 15.00 Ovescoats . . 11.25 JJ0 Suit or Overcoat 2.63
18.00 Suits . . . 13.50 - 4.00 Suit or Overcoat 3 00
20.00 Suits . . . 15.00 18.00 Overcoats . . 13.50 5. 00 Suit or Overcoat 375
22.50 Suits . . . 16.88 22.50 Overcoats . . 16.88 6.00 Suit or Overcoat 4.50
25.00 Suits . . . 18.75 25.00 Overcoats . . 18.75 7.50 Suit or Overcoat 5.63
50c Underwear . . 38c NECKWEAR MEN'S ODD PANTS
$1.00 Underwear . . 75c gc Ties . . . . Wc
1.50 Underwear . . $1.13 $1.00 Ties . . . .75c 2.50 Pants . . . 1.88
2.00 Underwear . . 1.50 3.00 Pants . . . 2.25
TKftTTiQrwoal. t 00 10c Socks . . . .07c 3.50 Pants . . . 2.63
2.50 Underwear . . 1.00 iC , A 4MPi, . "
15c Socks .... 10c 4'"0 Pants . . . 3.00
3.00 Underwear . . 2.25 25c Socks .... 18c 5.00 Pants . . . 3.75
MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS MEN'S HATS AND CAPS
50c Caps .... 38c
50c Shirts . . . 38c 50c Shirts ... 38c $1.00 Hat or Cap . . 75c
$1.00 Shirts ... 75c $1.00 Shirts ... 75c 1.50 Hat . . . $1.13
1.50 Shirts . . . $1.13 1.50 Shirts . . . $1.13 00 Hat . . . 1.50
We haven't space to mention everything, but we are going to
sell nearly every. article in our house at exactly one fourth off
the regular price
THE IRON-GLAD
I E. II. McClure & Co.
Hillsboro, Ohio. I
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Thougnttui Quail.
The tourist wlw iwix noxious for
game enteied 11 uett'rn 'IVxits tioti'l.
paused nnd looked mound 1'ln-u lie
quietly approached the desk und ad
dressed the proprietor '
"Any quail ubout tills neighbor
hood?" "Quail P echoed the proprietor, with
on Indulgent smile. 'They have become
so numerous around here that they are
a nuisance. The cook complains that
she can't throw a piece of toast out of
the kitchen window but four or five
tat quails fight to see which one shall
get on it" Lipplncott's.
Dangers of a Cold.
Do you know that of all the minor
ailments colds are by .far the most
J dangerous ? It Is not the colds. them
selves tnat you need to rear, but the
serious diseases that they so often lead
to. I or that reason every cold should
be trotten rid of with the least possible
'delay. To accomplish this you will
find Chamberlain's cough Remedy of
great help to you. It loosens a cold,
relieves the lungs, aids expectoration
and enables the system to throw oil
' the cold. For sale by All Dealers.
I adv
Sharpening a Pocketknlfo.
Cutlers have certain rules for sharp
ening razors, pocketknlves. etc. "A
razor," said one of the craft "must be
laid flat on the bone, because It is hol
low ground and requires o fine edge.
But a pocketknlfe requires a stiff edge,
and the moment you lay It flat on a
stone, so as to touch the polished side,
you Injure the edge. It must be held at
an angle of twenty to twenty-five de
grees and have an edge similar to a
chisel."
Skill.
Son (a golf enthusiast) Tou must ac
knowledge, father, that ll requires ft
great deal of skill to drive a ball a
hundred yards Old Fanner 8hucksl
It don't require half as much skill as
it does to drive a pig fifty feet Bos
ton Transcript.
Very Proper.
Hewitt Be always sings at his
work. Jewett What Is his buslneRsT
Hewitt He is In a grand opera com
wny. New York Times.
A new electric tool for removing
scale from boilers, an English inven
tion, delivers 8000 hammering and
tearing strokes against a surface to be
cleaned every minute.'
Willie Pa, what does argument pro
and con mean?"
Pa The pro Is your convincing
statement, and the con is what the
other fellow uses, my son. Cincinnati
Enquirer.
Water requires eight times as much
heat to warm it given number of de
grees as iron, five times as much as
stone and about 30 times as much as
lead or gold.
"So Miss Biffers Is married at last ?"
"Yes."
"And who is the happy man ?"
"Her dear old dad." Birmingham
Age-Herald.
Korea displays the plum blossom on
her stamps. It is the royal flower of
her last dynasty a dynasty which
reigned for 500 years, until the Japan-
ese wrested It away.
FISH IN BRINE
The fire loss In the United States in
proportion to the number of Inhabi
tants is nearly 10 times as great as It
is In countries like France and Austria.
"I hope," remarked the man on the
car, "thtt the butcher and the baker
will never inaugurate the pay-as-you-enter
system." Toledo Blade.
We have just received our shipment of Lake Herring. They
are guaranteed 1913 catch and good size. They come; in 81b. and
16 lb. pails; 25 lb. kegs; 70 lb. and 100 lb. half bbls; warranted full
weight
If you like codfish, we have the genuine old fashioned
Georges Codfish in one pound bricks lGc.
Just received a shipment of flue fat Mackerel 10c each.
IN CANNED SALMON WE HAVE THE
Red Bird Brand, lib. tall can., ioc
Nabob Brand, 1 lb. tall can oc
Red Wing Brand, L2 lb. flat can , .10c
Premier Brand Steak. 1-3 lb. flat can ..lOc
Tulip Brand, 1 lb. flat can !50
Nabob Brand, Steak, lib. flat can 2Sn
If you are fond of rioh, oily, Columbia River Red Salmon,
try a can of the Nabob Hat can. The middle cuts'of the very finest
fish caught, and many other good things at the
UNION
There are 483 Iron mines In the I One hundred thousand miners in
United States, employing 05,170 per Scotland have received an Increase In
s0118- J wages of 0 cents a day.
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