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TKE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914.
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Kincaid & Son
ARE READY FOR YOU WITH THE
LARGEST STOCK OF FURNITURE
AND RUGS EVER SHOWN IN
HIGHLAND COUNTY
OUR LARGE PUROHA8ES MAKES IT POSSIBLE
FOR US TO SELL
GOOD FURNITURE
AND RUGS
FOR LESS THAN YOU HAVE EVER PAID BEFORE
We particularly pride ourselves on our Une of
Springs and Mattresses
and ttao many compliments we hear from our customers make
us know we aro right.
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8 Hoosier
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KITCHEN CABINETS
LOOK NEAT ARE NEAT
Sanitary construction throughout. Saves time, labor and
bteps. We also handle other cabinets at
$12.00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00
ALL GOOD VALUES
WE CARRY THE LARGEST LINE OF
Ever shown in Hillaboro. Eighteen different patterns
ranging in price from
5.00 to $50.00
If you are thinking of buying a Davenport this spring
be sure and see them.
YOURS FOR GOOD FURNITURE AND RUGS AT
RIG T PRICES
Kincaid & Son
LICENSED AGENTS FOR
HOOSIER " KITCHEN CABINETS, STEARNS' &
FOSTER MATTRESSES, GOOD RICH
SEWING MACHINES
CASH OR CREDIT
Ralph
Bingham
Entertainer
BELL'S OPERA HOUSE, SATURDAY
NIGHT, MARCH X4th
Chart Open Friday Morning 8 O'clock
GET SEATS EARLY FOR
HOUSE WILL BE PACKED
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BINGHAM IS THE
Funny Man
WHO CONVULSED THAT BIG CHAUTAUQUA
CROWD SEVERAL YEARS AGO
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AN EVENING OF
Song, Music and
Story
AN OCCASIONAL BIG LAUGH DOES EVERYBODY GOOD
DON'T GO TO HEAR BINGHAM UNLESS
YOU WANT TO LAUGH
NEW MARKET.
March D, 1014.
Ed. Fenner'and son, of near Taylors
vllle, took dinner with Lewis Rosso
lott and wife Thursday.
RoscoeMcConhaughey, who is, work
Ing for Henry Wilkin at Falrvlew, was
thejguett of home folks over Sunday.
P Mrs. James Lelnlngerand daughter,
Corain, of 'Point Victory, called on
AuntHarriett Roberto and Melissa
Morton Saturday.
Eliworth Eakins is working for G.
N. Roberts near Mowrystown.
Ora Simpson attended the funeral
of Mrs. Miller in Hlllsboro Sunday
Mrs. Willis McFaddln and son, Rich
ard, ot Sardinia, are guests at the
McCIIntick homo this week.
Herald Harris will work for McMan
nis Eakins tills summer.
Mrs. Wm Carrier returned home
Saturday after spending several days
at the home of Clias. Holliday.
Ervln Long called on Leslie Eyler
Sunday.
T. R. Vance, of Harrlsburg, Mary
Hetherington and Grace Barrere were
guests of Reece Roberts and mother
SuncUy.
Neta Miller, Mrs Chaney and Mrs.
Roberts are sick. -
Ralph and Esther Holllngsnorth
visited friends in Springfield recently.
Several scholars from our cchool
lsited the Kansas school Friday after
noon. Frank Holmes, wife and daughter,
Nellie Rebecca, of Hlllsboro, spent
three das of last week with I. H.
Stanforth and daughter. Cary Priest
and wife, of Samantha, weie also
guests at the Stanforth home over
Sunday.
A. M. Roush and wife and Anna
Eakins spent Wednesday with Grant
McConnaughey and wife at Harris
burg.
A. E. Hunter and Jessie Harshbar
ger were guests of Carey Wood and
family at Danville Sunday.
Wyatt Roberts, of Wilmington, and
Mr. Juliett, of Russell, were business
visitors here Wednesday.
Ed. Cook is working for Homer Cat
lin this spring.
The New Market W. C. T. U. will
hold an open meeting at the Baptist
Church on Friday afternoon. March
20, at 1:30 sun time. A special pro
gram will be rendered and refresh
ments served. A silver offering will
be taken for the benefit of the nation
al amendment campaign fund. All
are cordially Invited.
With
Advancing Age
Comes the frequent need of
consulting our optician.
Most elderly people find their
eyes changing from year to
year. This is natural, and
calls for a more frequent
change of lenses than is neces
sary in earlier years.
We offer our facilities to all
who may require them as em
bodying the latest thought in
optical appliances.
If you need optical assistance
AT ALL, you need OUR KIND
EXAMINATION FREE
Frank Emmerling
Jeweler and Optician
CAREYTOWN.
March 9, 1914.
Miss Mary Edwards returned home
from Cincinnati last week.
Mrs. Emma Chaney and Leona
Chaney spent Thursday with M. K.
Chaney and family.
Mrs. Mary Edwards spent Thursday
with her daughter, Mrs. C. N. Carey.
Thomas niatt and wife spent Thurs
day in Hlllsboro.
Mrs. Ova Creed and Olive Smith
were visitors in Berrysvllle Sunday.
Miss Margene Chaney has returned
home, after spending a week with her
sister, Mrs. Ova Creed.
Bynes Smith and wife and son, Vir
gil, took dinner with L. B. Smith and
family, Sunday.
Walter, Helen and Grace Carey spent
Sunday with Alonzo Terrell and fami
ly, near Highland.
T. B. Smith and wife spent Sunday
evening with the former's parents at
New Vienna.
M. K. Chaney and family spent Sun
day afternoon with G. E. Michael and
family.
Harold Michael and wife moved to
Frank M ichael's farm last week. A mos
Hill moved to the farm vacated by
Michael.
Ova Creed and wife have moved Into
C. N. Carey's house ; William Gladdle
Into the house vacated by Creed ; Chas.
Foster Into the house vacated by Glad
dle ; S. E. Michael into the house
vacated by Foster.
Miss Margaret Sherry spent several
days last wck with her sister, Mrs.
Eliza Shaw, at Fayctteville.
Mrs. Chioe Milner visited her par
ents, Peter Saums and wife, Friday.
Carey Cronin spent Sunday with his
parents, Michael Cronin and wife, at
St. Martins.
Chas. Workman and wife and little
daughter spent Saturday and Sunday
with Albert Luck and family, at
Lynchburg.
Mrs. Alice Atwell, of Springfield, Is
visiting her mother, Mrs. Lucinda
Workman.
POINT VICTORY.
March 9. 1013,
Mrs. B. F. Morten and daughter
spent Thursday with Wm.Sonner and
family.
BBurley Carrier spent Saturday and
Sunday with friends in Hlllsboro.
Loren Landess and wife visited Wm.
Custer and wife, at Hoilowtown, Sun
day. Wm. Sonner and Nat Tannehill are
sick.
Mrs. Jas Leinlnger and daughter,
Loralne, called on Mrs. B. F. Morten,
Saturday evening.
Miss Ruth Custer was the guest of
Mrs. Margaret Brognard, Sunday.
A. R. Williams and family shopped
In Hlllsboro Saturday.
MissNonday Leinlnger was enter
tained by Electa Tannehill Sunday.
Mrs Prlscella Sonner, of Taylors
ville, Is spending a fewdays with Wm
Sonner and family.
Mrs. Clara Ferris called on Mrs. Nat
Tannehill, Thursday.
Alex Foust, of Hugoton, Kan., and
Miss Ida Landess, of Hoilowtown,
spent Wednesday and Thursday with
Loren Landess and wife.
Chas. Cadwalladerand family; of Har-
wood, attended the funeral of Mrs,
Lydla Smith at the Reformed church
at this place Thursday morning.
SHACktfLTON.
March 9, 1914.
Ed Pence and family were guests of
Aunt Mahala McKee and family, Mon
day. Joe Slddons and wife, of Hlllsboro,
spent Wednesday with John Lemon
and wife.
Mrs. Edith Pence and son, Ralph,
were the guests of her parents, Fri
day. Ora Leinlnger and wife, of Shoffnere,
were entertatued at the home of Har-
ley duff and-lamliy, Sunday.
Mrs. Ann Pence left Thursday for
Mowrjstovwj to Visit MattFawley and
wife.
Wright Fawley and wife, of Tile
Junction, spent Wednesday at the
home of General Pence.
Alvin Lemon, of Falrview, ana
Walter Lemon, of Hlllsboro, were the
guests of their parents, Monday.
Agee Carpenter and family moved
Wednesday from the. property of Her
man Wilkin to a farm near South
Liberty.
Allen Ro lnson and family, of Hllls
boro, Jo n Robinson and wife, of Tile
Junction. Mrs S. J. Pence, Stella Ore
baugh and son, Charles, were guests
Sunday of Geo. Robinson and family
Alva Overman and wife spent Wed
nesday with the former's grandmother
Miss Marie Orebaugh spent Satur
day night with her grandparents In
Hlllsboro.
Mrs. Ed Chaney and daughter,
Bertha, called on Mrs Nelson Edwards
and family, Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Will Charles spent Saturday in
Cincinnati.
Chas. Pence, of Dayton, called on
friends and relatives here Thursday.
Theodore Cluff, of near Marshall,
visited his son, Harley, Thursday and
Friday.
Mrs. Austin Robinson and Mrs. P
W. Charles spent Friday afternoon
with Aunt Mahala McKee.
Herman Wilkin and wife, who have
been in Howe, Ind., returned here
Saturday, and were guests of Will
Charles and wife. Sunday.
Hostess (gushingly) They tell me
doctor, you are a perfect lady killer.
Doctor (modestly) I assurejou, my
dear madam, I make no distinction
whatever between the sexesLondon
Tatler.
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Anybody
Can Hatch Chickens
With a Buckeye
Yes, anybody. Do you get that?
inis means YOU. It makes no differ
ence whether you have ever used an
incubator or not, and it means yon all
the more if you have tried other incu
bators and had poor hatches and bad
luck generally. Yon can anybody can
hatch chickens with a Buckeye.
. The Buckeye is guaranteed to hatch
f every hatchable egg and they are so sim
ple that a beginner can operate them
just as successfully as the experienced
' poultryrnan.
Come in and let us show you a Buck
eye at work. Let us show ou how ab
solutely certain they are to hatch every
hatchable egg you put in them.
Made in 5 sizes 60 eggs to 850 eggs.
Sold as low as
$8.00
On the vtarket 22 years over 325JOOO
in successful operation. Ask for a Buck'
eye Catalogue.
J. M. Scarborough
AGENT
437 W. Pleasant Street.
It gives an impressive Idea of the-
immensity of the International trad.e
carried on In vessels to read that 65,-
000,000 tons of coal are consumed la &
year In the furnaces of ships employed
In International commerce.
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NOTICE
The Ohio Farmers Insurance
Co. Hillaboro, Ohio, wish to an
nounce that their office is now
located at the S. E. corner Main
and High Sts. on second floor of
Hillsboro Bank & Savings Co.
building entrance first door on
S. High street, and we invite all
to visit us at our new office.
Kirkpatrick & McNeil, Agents
Locust Posts
A CAR LOAD
Good quality at the
right price.
RICHARDS MILL
Bcarborougit lngnraHee. adv
LITTLETON.
March 0, 1914.
Mrs. Lee Bochman, of Mllford, re
turned home Tuesday from e. visit with
her mother, Mrs. Lucinda Workman
Miss Margaret Shaw, of Fayetteville,
was a guestlat the Sherry home from
Friday until Monday,
Will Smith and wife and son, Donald,
spent Sunday with Ed Tedrlck and
family.
Miss Anna Hastings spent Sunday
with herlslster, Mrs. Robt. Aber.
Raymond Wilkin, of Danville, Is
visiting his sister, Mrs. Manford Work
man. Will Williams and family spent
Sunday with his parents, Wyatt Wil
liams and wife, at Honolulu,
Mrs. Phoebe Stultz and daughter,
Nellie, visited Mrs. Anna Spllker,
Saturday.
Mrs. Ella Thomas soent Friday with
her parents, Armenor Stroup and wife,
at Danville.
Mrs. Mar ttoush, of Hlllsboro, Is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Jess
Fenner.
DANVILLE. j
March 9, 1914.
Mrs. Clara Wilkin, of Hoaglands
Crossing, was a guest of her father, B
F. Cochran, Sunday.
Little Margaret Brown, who has
been quite sick for a few days with j
tonsllltls, is Improving. I
Dr. Miller visited Clarence Roads
and wife at Shackelton Sunday Mr.
Miller has accepted a position with the'
Watkin's Medicine Co.
Mrs. Eliza Pence spent Tuesday and
Wednesday withG.-M. Shaffer and
family west of town.
Carl Hlxson and family, of Sbackel-1 nft&&nft$ii)
ion, ana iuuwara Hopmns ana wne, 01 g
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FOB SALE.
Farm and Town property always
forsalo. Money loaned on Real Es
tate. "Wade Tobneb,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
D. Leadbettor, real estate, nr? In
surance and pensions. Office 134 S.
High street.
Fob Sale Good farm horse, eight
year old. B. W. Muntz, Hlllsboro, O.
For SALE-r-Beech frame lumber
R. H. Pope, R. D. No. 8, Hlllsboro,
Ohio. Bell Phone. (312) adv
Fob Sale Locus anchor txt.
.Wolfe & McCoy, W. Main St., Hllls
boro. Ohio. tf adv
Fob Sale Second handed slightly
used and new automobiles, also tires
and accessories. Scott Skeen,
S. High St. nillsboro, O.
Fob Sale Farm of 39 5-10 acres In
Union township, 11-2 half miles north
of Russells. Good house, large barn,
out buildings, orchard. Township
ditch through center of farm. No
waste land. Fertile soil. Possession
given at once. Expect tosell by April.
A good bargain for a home seeker of
moderate means. J. W. Watts,
the owner, Hillsboro, O.
First Signs ol Failing Vision
Are not always accompanied
by eye distress
Headaches, Smarting, Burning
Lids, Shooting pains in the Pore
head, Floating Spots before the
eyes after close work.
Are some signsthat your eyes
need glasses. Don't neglect;"
them. , . '
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
ADVICE FREE
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hlllsboro, O.
Oil Mea
A Car just received
-AT-
Richards Mill
Ability to read and'wrlte
the requirements of the
Portugal.
Is one
voters
of
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The city of Paris has Issued a map
showing where within Its limits the
tango may and may not be danced.
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near Prlcetown were guests of Daniel (
Henderson and family Sunday. 1
Newton Roebuck and wife spent
Thursday with Geo. Main and family. '
Elza Wilkin and son, Gale, were the
guests of Wm Stockwell and wife on
Sunday.
Mrs. Henry Purdy, of nillsboro, re
turned home Saturday after a few
days visit with her daughter, Mrs. M.
W. Brown. t
After several weeks Illness our mall
man, Geo. Griffith, is again on duty. ,
Olen Marconette and wife, of Price
town, were guests of Bruce Jones and
family Wednesday and Thursday.
C. E. Shaffer visited his daughter,
Mrs. John Williams, near Lynchburg
over Sunday.
Miss Josephine Wilkin spent Sun
day with Homer Burton and wife and
asslsted'at the telephone exchange.
Mrs. Geo, Brown is. visiting her sis
ter, Mrs. Jennie Evans, In Hlllsboro.
' John Bennet and Fred Smith spent
Wednesday In Lynchburg,
HflHry Motor, of New Vienna, and
i Embroideries and Laces !
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Now is the time to buy these goods. We wish to demon-
j strato to you that wo selT these goods at lower prices than you &
can buy them elsewhere. So, beginning next Saturday, March 5
J - Hth, we will place on sale Three Hundred Dollars worth of ?
f Luces, Lace Bandings, and Embroideries, that ore worth from 3
fc 15o to 76 0 per yard, at the unheard price of $
I 10c Per Yard
$ Just think Qt it. Then come and see the goods in the window $
$ aod store, Then come and buy. You'll get, the beat values in
4 these goods that you ever bought. And the best part of it is, jj
jk you will say so yourself when you get the goods opened up In y
your own home. Z
From now on you can expect and can buy the blggestvalueB 3
t& for Ten Cents at our store, that have ever boeu offered In Hills- $
$ boro. Watch our windows, every day for new things for the
V home and to wear and to eat. jj
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