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title: 'The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, March 19, 1914, Page 4, Image 4',
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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914
1 S HILLSBORO'S BE STORE 5 j
The Only Thing
To cover your kitchen and bath room floor
with is "COOK'S LINOLEUM.
Linoleum because it wears for years, al
ways looks nice and is easily cleaned.
Because its BETTER. We have just received
some nice new patterns of "COOKS" and offer
them at less than you usually pay for the com
If you LOOK you will BUY 42 l-2c, 47 l-2c
and 55c per sq. yd. Remember the name
Opera House Block
Representing six of the strongest
Old Line Fire insurance Companies.
Most liberal Farm Policies ever writ
ten in the Aetna Oo. Also Live Stock
Insurance. Insuring your horses
against death from any cause.
I represent the Aetna, Fidelity and
Surety Bond Oo. One of the largest.
Also with accident policies. Terms as
low as you can get in high olass safe
W. H. Stanage, of Cincinnati, died
at Arcadia, Fla., Sunday. Ho was the
head of the wholesale stationery house
of W. II. Stanage & Cc, and well
known to many Ilillsboro people. He
was aged 70 years,
O. M. Lacy visited friends in Pitts
burg, Pa., from Friday until Monday.
Spring Goaf Suits
$12.50, $15.00, $17.50 $20.00, $22.50, $25.00
SUITS THAT LOOK BEAUTIFUL BECAUSE
THEY ARE GENUINELY STYLISH
pring Dress Good
Our Stock of Dress Materials Comprises Every
New Color and Every New Fabric That is Worth
While for Spring.
ALMOST EVERYONE BUYS THEIR
DRESS GOODS AT KERNS'.
u v yonde
I have for sale a large stock
of National Flour, as well
as Corn Meal, at the right
For customers buying in
barrel lots. Home phone.
Judge Charles Critchiield, father of
O.V. Critchiield, formerly of Hills
boro, died at his home at Mt. Vernon,
Will Like It
ck&atkd ay ond&
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Death of Joseph Shaw.
Joseph Shaw, aged 80 years, died at
his home at Dinville, 111., Sunday
from ulceration of the stomach. He
was for many years a resident of Ilills
boro and the body was brought here
Tuesday and services held at the Epis
copal church that afternoon. Three
children, Miss Laura, of Danville,
III., and Noble and Phillip, of Provi
dence, R I., survive him. They were
all here for the funeral. Noble re
Turned home Tuesday and Miss Laura
and Philip will return to their homes
Bowling1 Tournament Closes.
The bowling tournament which has
been running for a couple of months
closed Friday night, the Giants win
ning, Pirates second, one game behind
them, Cubs third and Owls last.
Granvlllo Barrere had high individ
ual average 1651- ; Walter Stanley, sec
ond, 165 8-57 ; Slgel Mullenix, high In
dividual score, 220 ; James Mullenix,
second, 210 ; Harley Holt, high aver
ages, one series, 503 ; James Mullenix,
second, 553 ; Pirates, high score, one
game, 859.; Giants, second, 820 ; Pi
rates, high score, one series, 2458 ;
Giants, second, 2448.
There is talk of starting another
tournament with five three men
Miss Pearl Carlisle Honored.
Miss Pearl Carlisle, who Is attending
Ohio State University, last week had
the high honor conferred upon her of
being elected a member of Phi Beta
Kappa fraternity. Members of this
fraternity are selected solely upon their
work in theirstudles and is the highest
honor that can be conferred upon a
student. Prof, Elder, Mis Carlisle's
advisor, stated that her record in her
studies was unparalleled at Ohio State
University, Miss Carlisle Is a junior
and It is most unusual for any but a
senior to be elected to membership In
Phi Beta Kappa. Miss Carlisle Is &
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Car
lisle, of this place.
$8.50, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $20.00,
$22.50 and $25.00
COATS THAT YOU CAN FIND IN NO OTHER
STORE IN THE COUNTY.
Spring Dress Accessories
It is the Little Things, Such as Gloves, Hosiery,
Neckwear, Corsets, Etc., That Give the Final Touch
to Your Spring Outfit.
ALL THE CORRECT DRESSERS KNOW
THAT THIS IS THE STORE.
If your present Glasses fail
to give you ease, there is
That's a Vital Question to You
Glosses Right Good Sight
Dr. G. F. Faris,
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hlllsboro, O.
"We have a car each of Cana
dian white and Iowa white oats,
Miss Leone Lemon, of Oxford, and
Dr. Edgar Bennett, of Danville, Ky.,
were married Wednesday of last week.
The bride was formerly a resident of
Hlllsboro and has many friends here.
Sutuj aui Summer
You are cordially invited to attend the
March 20 and -21
rv'via'a SwwVivs aw& Sawia
MRS. J. S. TROP
C. P. Tener went to Tennessee Tues
day on a business trip.
John E. Horst, of Columbus, was
here on legal business Monday.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Miss Lilly Tedrick spent a few days
last week with her parents at Price
town. Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Stultz were the
guests; of relatives at Pricetown,
Everett Mullenix, who has becin
teaching at Piqua, arrived at Home
Tuesday for a short visit.
Bert, Charles and Miss Rosemary
Carroll attended the funeral of Mrs,
John Wood, at Georgetown, Tuesday,
Miss Anna Murphy, who suffered a
stroke of paralysis last week, is much
better. She Is at the home of Miss
Anna McMeekln in Cincinnati.
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Mrs. Thomas Wyatt Dead.
Mrs. Thomas Wyatt died at her home
here Saturdav mornlnc fniinroin n
stroke of paralysis suffered a few days
before. She was 01 years of age. The
funeral services were held at fcha
Methodist Church Mnnrlav attomnnr.
conducted by Rev. Slutz, interment in
One car of Shelled
Corn, 70c per bu.