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THEgNEWS-HERALD. HILLSBORO. oHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914.
Everything in New, Spring Hats Now Ready at Trap's Millinery Store
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THE UNDERSELLING STORE IS GRATIFIED WITH ITS PROSPECTS
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If Saturday's response is a forerunner of our success in Hlllsboro, we have every reauon to believe that wo will do our sharo of business in thlB city. However, they say
overy man is WORTHY of ONE TRIAL and the people who have bought merchandise at tho UNDERSELLING STORE, we will see that they become PERMANENT CUSTOMERS.
Advertising coBtB mom y. It would be commercial suicide for a man to foolishly spend money for advertising UNLESS he INTENDED to give oxaotly what ho claimed.
We have no one to thank for the success we attained in the merchandising buslness.but ourselves, for It was accomplished only by being on the squaro, giving EXACTLY
what we advertised. When we toll you that wo are saving you from 20 to" 30 per cent, we mean every word of it. When wo tell you that wo will refund your money on any pur
chase that is not satisfactory, or If you are not entirely pleased, wo mean every word of it, for it is a whole lot cheaper to return the money to you than it is to lose your trade.
Isn't it? Yon bet it is.
If you are thoroughly well pleased with the merctmndiee we sell you, jou are bound to do us some good, that is why we are so particular in making every article good
and return you your money, for that will bring us additional trade.
In our stores outside of Hillsboro 75 per cent of our business is done through recommendation, and it is on account of the largo volume of business we do In all our stores
that we are able to give you the values we do.
It is easily enough figured out. Simply the volume.
Were we doing a small business. why, we would be compelled to charge you 25 per cent moro as other merchauts do. The Underselling Store is,headquarters of eco
MEN'S SPRING HATS
A 11 shades and styles. . . .'. .48c to $1.98
Mai's and boys' new stylocaps, the
hind that selPJor SOcTand 75c,
All Wool Sorge Caps, silk lined . 39c
All 25c caps 19c
FOR MEN AND BOYS
We carry that new English last;
also the English shoe with the rub
ber sole and heel.
Men's 2.00 Black, Tan and Green
Elk Shoes $J.-8
Men's new spring shoes, strictly
solid leather, In all stylos S1.98
The nohby, stylish and dressy shoe
that retails -elsewhere for $3 50. $4
and $5 In Gun Metal, Patent Colt,
Tan, Vlci Kid Button, Blucher or
English stvle. Special $2 48, $2.98,
$3.29 and $3.48.
Bos Leather Shoes, sizes 9 to 13,
lace only $1-09
Misses solid leather shoes $1.29
Boys' solid leather shoes
Men'B large red and blue handker
35c Lisle Suspenders 22c
2oc Police Suspenders 19o
Men's Shirts, 75c value 45c
Men's Work Shirts In black and
white style, black sateen, cheviot
chambray, 50c grade 39o
Our Hosiery department is com
plete. We are now showing our
spring line of Men's, Ladles, Misses'
and Children's Hose in all shades.
Men's 25c hose supporters 19c
Children's Hose Supporters 8c
Ladies' Pad Hose Supporters 15c
$1.00 House Dresses 79c
$1.25 House Dresses 95o
Large size Shopping Bags 19c
50o values Corsets 39c
75c grade Corsets 48c
$1.00 grade Corsets 79c
Ladies' Spring Coat Suits
812 CO newsprint models In all wool serges blue, Copenhagen, tan
and black, special 3 7.95
$15.00 up-to-date, new and stylish suits, elegantly trimmed In all
shades, special $.9.45
$18 00 and $20 00 suits $11.95
New Spring Coats in black and white checks, $6 50 value, special. . . .$ 3 98
$7 50 values In the very newest season's material, navy, Copenhagen
ureen, tan and tango shades, special $4 98
$10.00 coats, 1914 models and materials, specials $ 6.98
Children's and Misses' Coats in navy blue and tan serges and fancy
weaves, sizes 2 to 6 -. $1 G9, $1 98 to $2 98
Sizes 0 to 14 $2.08 to $3 98
Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits
That are shapely, perfect titling suits, made from warranted wool
ens, casslmeres, Thlbets, blue serges, cheviot and worsteds in
various patterns and stripes . $4 98, $5.98, $7 98, and $8.95
Your choice of our tines t woolens In our highest grade of men's new
spring Milts In the latest models workmanship guaranteed.
Each garment has its own Individuality the same as your
tailor makes you. Our special prices $9 95, $10.95, $11 95, $12.95,813 95
The greatest line ever shown for Spring The finest materials,
latest styles and best tailoring Every pair a saving from 50o
to $150. Our prices '. $129 to $2!
Boys' Upto'Date Knickerbocker Suits
For Spring and Summer Wear
$2 50 Norfolk styles $1.79 $4 00 and $5 00 values
$3 00 Norfolk styles $198 $6 00 and $7 00 fancy Worsted
Cor confirmation suits wehave three special lots;
One lot of all wool serge suits, Norfolk style, worth $4 00, special.. . ,
One lot ready made to sell for $5.00, special
One very fine lot elegantly made, worth $7.00 and $8 00, special ....
Children's Suits $1 48
Boys' and children's all wool Bloomer Pants, special., 39o
In Our Dry Goods Department
We are showing the greatest values for Spring and the newest fabrics.
Our prices on all domestics means a money saving to you. A few specials
for our Spring opening:
All wool amoskeag serge 54 inches wide in tan, brown, black, navy
and gray, worth $1 25 per yard, special 83c per yd
All over lace for corset covers, worth 35o per yd, special. . . . 19operyd
Shadow laces, 10 In wide, jd.... 19c $1 25 fancy crepe kimonas... , 95o
Shadow laces, 10-12 In. wide, yd. .17o 35c Corset Covers 23o
15o lace 3 In. wide, per yd 10c SOo Corset Covers 3')o
Corset cover embroidery and em- 75c Corset Covers.... 45o
broidered flouncing. . . . .10o to 79o
All tho newest shapes and shades
for the coming season. $1.19 to $2.98
Little Girls' and Misses' Hats in
straw and lace effects. . .09c to $1.19
Infants' Caps and Straw Bonnets
19c, 23c, 39c and 48c
SPRING FOOTWEAR .
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
$3.00 Vici .Kid, gun metal, patent
colt and tan, button, and blucher,
low and high heels. . $1.98
Misses' spring shoes in all kinds of
leathers; $3.00 value $1.98
Ladles' $4.00 hand turned shoes,
also welts In gun metal, patent
colt and tan, special 2.49
Sizes 5 to 8 1-2 strictly solid leather
Sizes to 11 1-2 strictly nolid leather
Sizes 12 to 2, strictly solid leather
LADIES' SKIRTS AND
The greatest values in dress skirts
in guaranteed all-wool serge and
eponge cloth in tho season's pre
vailing colors, values $5 and $7.50
t .$2.98 and $3.69
$3 00 fancy plaids, special. ...... $1 98 H
One lot of beautiful evening dresses
worth from f 12 50 to $18. special
$0 95 and $7.95
One piece alt wool serge dresses
elegantly trimmed, worth $5.00
special , , $2.08
One lot brocaded silk Petticoats in
all shades, worth $1.50, special. ,98o
$3 00 silk messallno petticoats, all
colors. , $i,7B
75c white embroidered skirts . ,$48o
$1.00 white striped voiled 69c
$1.25 plain white silks . ... 05O
Fanoy silk striped waists with full
or plain collars ancTcuffs $t.48
$3.00 silk messaline, all colors. ... $1.79
$3.00 fancjr net waists $1,79
We positively save you from $2.00 to $5.00 911 every Coat, Suit, Shirt, Dress or Men's Suit you buy.
Your money cheerfully refunded if any purchase is not satisfactory.
COMPLETE OUTFITTERS FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
(MAIN STREET-OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE)
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March 23, 1914.
Ottls Roler and Burley Carrier were
business callers in Cincinnati Satur
day. G. A. Berry and wife spent Sunday
afternoon with A. S. Cailey and fam
ily. ' Win. Blshlr, of Portsmouth, spent
from Saturday until Monday with his
Miss Flossie DeHass spent Saturday
night and Sunday with her friend,
Mlsa Bessie Davidson, of Hollowtown,
Warren Workman and wife and
baby spent Sunday with M. M. Work
man arid wife, of Pricetown.
Mrs, America Robinson Is spending
this week with her son, Alva.
I Mrs. Leslie Roads spent Monday
with her parents, .0. M, Boush and
wife, of Shoffner.
Oliver Ludwlck, of Allerisburg, has
returned to Wm. Ludwick's where he
has been employed to work this summer,
1000 votes on 31 until end of con
test. adv J, G, Bell.
Cauied By Germs
OercM gel under the
Vln or In a broken
place, and dt Ii bird
la e( rid of them.
t"m aaree or plmplea
oon deetron tte germe mid keep, them
icletn and betltbjr untllnaiura bU. lie. It on
i J&tl .US ,JJ.!h.nuM anjrwhere. lor It
1 OLKAN. PUBIS AND UjBALINa.
MTU It Br Tfh. Ball"
Richards & Prlngle's New, Big, Col
ored Minstrel .attraction will appear at
Bell's Opera House on March 27, pre
senting, as the above statement indi
cates, a minstrel performance by new,
high-grade performers, all of whom
have won New York recognition and
who make their first Western appear
ance as members of Richards & Prln
gle's colored Minstrel attraction. Our
press exchanges speak very highly of
this company. Seatanow on sale at
Van Zandts. " adv
The number of unemnlnred In Rer.
Jin is estimated at 100,000. I
One car of Shelled
Corn, 70c per bu.
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Farm and Town property always
'or sale. Money loaned on Beal Es
tate. -, WADK TUllNEB,
, Merchants Bank lildg.
D. Leadbetter, real estate, tire in
surance and pensions. Ofllce 134 S.
For Sale Beech frame lumber.
R. H, Pope, R. D. No. 8, Oillsboro,
Ohio. Bell Phono. (312) adv
Fou Salk Locus anchor posts.
Wolfe & McCoy, W. Main St., Hil!
boro. Ohio tf adv
Lost Friday, open face'Elgln watch
with strap and brass check. Return
to Peter Goodwin and recefve reward.
Fob Sale Piano. Good as new.
Upright. Oak finish. A bargain.
The M. F. Cabkoll &SohsCo.
Fob Sale Second handed slightly
used nd new automobiles, also tires
and accessories. Scott Sheen,
S. High St. Hillsboro, O.
Fob Sale Anthony fencing "3000
rods to select from. Prices very low,
quality considered; also round chest
nut timber braces better and cheaper
than sawed ones. Wolfe & McCoy
W. Main St., Hillsboro, O.v
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 0) adr.
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For SAle Farm of 39 5-16 acres In
Union township, 11-2 half miles north
of Russells. Good house, large barn,
out bulldlngs, 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 Meal
We have a lot of
this excellent cow
Frank Ayres '"Z"
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Representing she of the strongest
Old Line Fire insurance Companies,
Most liberal Farm Policies ever writ
tenin the Aetna Co. Also Live Stock
Insurance, Insuring yoar horses
against death from any cause,
I represent theJAetna, Fidelity and
Surety Bond Co. One of the largest.
Also with accident policies. Terms as
low as you can get in high class safe
insurance. a. a
Baker Have you noticed that eur
dog looks like Shakespeare?
Barker Yea ; he has a Hall Oaiae.
Ine expression. Life.
It; your present Glasses fail
to give you ease, there is
That's a Vital Question to You
Glasses Right Good Sight
Dr. GIF, Fails,
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST j
umce 1 aoor nasi, 01 .economy store.
Main Street, Illjlsboro, O. '
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