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THE NEWS-HERALD, HfLLSBOMVOHIO.THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914.
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Dr. Maurice Iloyt was In Cincinnati
Tuesday on business.
Miss Anna Wood Is visiting her
mother, at Danville, this week.
Karl V. Miller, of Wilmington, was
here on business Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Roush, of
Danville, spent Saturday with their
son, G. 0. Roush.
Ira Marconett, of Mowrystown, was
the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs.
George Miller.
Mrs, Ellsworth Wilkin, of Danville,
visited her sister, Mrs. George Pugh,
from Friday until Monday.
Mrs. Sarah Callahan, of Detroit,
was the guest of her sister, Miss Mary
Stevenson, the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Landess and
daughter were the guests of relatives
at Danville, Sunday.
Mrs. W. A. Teter returned Monday
from a short visit with her daughter,
Mrs. Barrett, at Leesburg.
Mrs. Will Hugglns entertained a
few friends very pleasantly with cards
Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Dan Robertson and two child
ren, of Springfield, 111., are visiting
Mrs. Louise Robertson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Donohoo, of
Prlcetown, spent Monday with their
daughter, Mrs. Thomas Carey.
Miss Byrda Carlisle is visiting her
sisters, Misses Louise and Pearl, in
Columbus.
Mrs. Harry Stroffregen, of Cincin
nati, was the guest of Mrs. Will Rodes,
over Sunday.
Miss Ellen Steele, of Cincinnati,
spent Saturday and Sunday with her
sister, Mrs. Lyman Beecher.
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Mrs. J. B. Worloy and daughter,
Miss Sara, have been visiting relatives
in Cincinnati since Tuesday.
Mrs. Daniel Morgan and Miss Edith
Smith will go to Louisville, Ky., today
for a visit with their sister, Mrs. David
Cady Wright.
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tonight.
I want to show you the largest and best
selected line of Men's, Boys' and Chil
dren's Clothing, Hats, Caps and Fur
nishings in Highland County.
Call in and Get New York's Best
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Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Faris spont Sat
urday and Sunday with the former's
undo, Rev. Frank Foust, at Price-tdwn.
Mrs. Hester Mastar, ot Leesburg,
and Mrs. William Hixson, of this
place, were the guests of Mrs. Mary
E. Skeen the past week.
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T. J. McCormiok, deputy game war
don of Highland county, went to Col
umbus Monday on business with the
state game warden.
Miss Cinderella Richards, who Is at
tending college at Woostor, was called
home by the illness and death of her
father, Newton Richards.
Mrs. Alphonso Hart, of Washing
ton D. 0., will arrive here Friday for
a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. W.
Evans.
Mrs. L. H. Dill and Miss May Cum
mlngs, who have been In Washington
City for several weeks, are expected
home tomorrow.
Mrs. H. H. Suydam and daughter,
Miss Virginia, visited tho former's
sister, Mrs. J. C. Larkln, Friday and
Saturday.
Mrs. -Mather Scarborough went to
Newark Tuesday to attond the State
Convention of Royal Neighbors. She
Is the delegate from the local chapter.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Vance have
moved from West street to the prop
erty on Pleasant street which they re
cently purchased.
Dr. W. L Prince, of Plqua, district
deputy of the grand lodge of Elks for
Southern Ohio, Inspected the Hills
boro Lodge of Elks Tuesday night.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Eirkpatrick and
children, of Cherry Fork, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Roads,
Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. W. B. Robinson, of Mt. Gllead,
and Mrs. John Meers. of Williams
port, returned home Tuesday, after a
short visit with their parents, Dr. and
Mrs. W. Hoyt.
W. V. Watts, of Waverly, and C. A.
Watts, of Peebles, were the guests of
their parents, Judge and Mrs. T. M
Watts, Sunday. They attended the
funeral of their uncle, R. L. Watts, at
Marshall, on Monday.
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Moses Pearce was in Olarksville last
week on business.
W. R. Eylar, of olarksville, was the
guest of friends here Sunday.
Big three real feature at the Forum
every night. adv
Mrs. il. II. McKeehan and daugh
ter, Miss Eliza, of Cleveland, arrived
here Tuursdy for a visit with the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. D.
W. Spargur.
Miss Isabelle Hugglns, who has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fay filc
Mullen, at Columbiana, and Mrs. Roy
Gustln at Columbus, returned home
Saturday.
The date for the wedding of Miss
Lois Bean and Howard Tolls has been
set for Wednesday, April 8, at G
o'clock. It will occur at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr and Mrs. Will
Bean.
A box supper and spelling school
will be neld at the Boston school house
Friday night, March 20, for the benetlt
of tho Christian church. The pro
nouucers for the spelling school will
be Nellie Roads and Carrie Easter.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. England, re
turned Saturday from the Adams
County Mineral Springs, where they
had been for several weeks, Mr. Eng
land installing a plumbing system at
the hotel of J. W. Rogers.
Judge J. B. Worley and Sherlll D.
L. Satterlleld were In Greenfield Fri
day and Saturday to conduct the lun
acy Inquest of Frank R. Beatty. Mr.
Beatty was adjudged insane and Sher
iff Satterlleld took him to the asylum
at Athens. Mr. Beatty is 3J yearsof
age and a drayman.
Miss Dorothy Jane Slutz, of
Athens, returned home Monday, after
a short visit with her brother, Rev.
Earl R. Slutz. Rev. and Mrs. Slutz
gave a most enjoyable party Saturday
afternoon for Miss Slutz. Twenty-two
young people were present and a most
delightful time
The fire department was called to
the home of Mrs. Lucy Vlnson-Haller
Thursday night. Soot had caught fire
In a chimney and the sparks from It
caused the alarm to be turned In. No
damage was done.
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HotkTs aud 'Santos 5oo
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days in
Plus the clever styling are wearing qualities excelled nowhere.
Tailored with care and thoroughness insures them play and
tear-proof. You'll get the Perfection Suits h re as low as .$3.00
as high as $10.00 guaranteed.
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$5,00 There's an attractive lot of Norfolks made of beauti
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FOB SALE.
Farm and Town property alwayt
for sale. Money loaned on Real Es
tate. Wade Turner,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
D. Leadbetter, real estate, nre In
surance and pensions. Office 13i S.
High street.
For Sale Good farm horse, eight
year old. B. V. Muntz, Hillsboro, O.
For Sale Beech frame lumber
R. H. Pope, R. D. No. 8, Hillsboro,
Ohio. Bell Phone. (312) adv
For Sale Locus anchor posts.
Wolfe & McCoy, W. Main St., Hills
boro. Ohio. tf adv
For Sale Second handed slightly
-used and new automobiles, also tires
and accessories. bcorr Skeen,
S. High St. Hillsboro, O.
For Sale Good second handj;sew
lng machines. Prices ranging from $2
to $10 Call at the Singer Store,
110
N. High St.
W. H. Mullenis, Agt.
For Sale Anthony fencing 4000
rnrts tn snlpnt from. Prices very low.
quality considered ; also raund chest
nut timber braces better and cheaper
than sawed ones. Wolfe & McCoy,
W. Main St., Hillsboro, O.
Wait See Pete Lewis and get prices
before tiring your bugpy. Kelly
Springfield Good Year Wing and Dia
mond 8122 rubber tires. The Best.
(4 9) adv.
For Sale Farm of 39 5-10 acres in
Onion 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 to sell by April,
A good bargain for a home seeker of
moderate means. J. W. Watts,
the owner, Hillsboro, O.
Cotton Seed Ilea
We have a lot of
this excellent cow
feed at
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You will admit the styles are
the best it has ever been our
good fortune to show.
Norfolks are quite "the thing"
the many new perfection models
we have are splendid examples
excellence attained these
making Boys' Clothes
ful all-wool crashes and Cassimeres.
Sizes 6 to
Pocket Knife Free With Every Suit
THE IRON CLAD
Boys Clothes of Quality
Card of Thanks.
I wish to extend my heartfelt thanks
to all the neighbors and friends for
their aid during the sickness and death
of my beloved wife.
James S. Puokett.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dwyer, of Green
field, spent Sunday with Miss Martha
Purkhlser.
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THURSDAY, MARCH 26-Matinee and Night
Daniel Frohman Presents
LITTLE MARY PICKFORD IN
"CAPRICE"
Supported by Ernest Traux and Owen Moore
Mrs. Fiske's Famous Success. A delightful Comedy Di'ama
of Society, Love and the Great Out Doors.
Seats on sale now. Better order early. "Little Mary" is
everybodys favorite.
SATURDAY, MARCH 21.
Two Big Special Features.
"THE STREET SINGERS" VitagraphT.
In Two Parts
"THE FROZEN TRAIL" Pathe.
In Two Parts
Wonderful scenes of snow and ice. "
FREE CARNATIONS
In order that our out of town patrons may share in our anni
versary week, each person holding adult ticket will be presented
with a berutiful carnation at our matiee today.
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Miss Byrdla Maddox and Mrs. F. L.
Crosen were called to Xenla Friday by
the death of the former's aunt, Mrs.
Isaac Cummlngs. Mr. and Mrs Chas.
Miles, of Xenla, who had been visit
ing the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. II. Maddos, returned Friday to at
tend the funeral of Mrs. Cummlng
Helen Gardner, Gene Gauntler and
Marlon Leonard at the Forum, adv
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