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THE NEWS-HERALt), HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 9, 1914.
Charles F. Clarke was in Columbus
Monday on business.
John Logan, of Washington, O. H.,
was hero Monday on legal business.
Judge Newby went to-London Mon
day to hold court.
0. 0. Watson, of West Union, was
here on business Monday.
Nelson Sparks, of Chicago, spent a
.Jew days last week with friends here.
Kirby Smith returned Sunday from
a three months trip to Europe.
Will Welbrooke, of Blanchester,
spent Sunday here with his parents.
Mrs. Charles W. Scott entertained
with a luncheon and cards Friday for
Miss Lois Bean.
Mrs. W. W. Glenn and daughter,
Miss Nina, spent Thursday in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. G.v,N. Winkle visited
Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Rousli, near Rus
sell, Sunday. -
Delgamtah Glbler and sister, Miss"
Mary, spent Sunday with their niece,
Mrs. S. M. Hobbs, west of town. t
Ervln Evans, who is attending Ohio
State University, is spending his
vacation at home.
Miss Naomi Roads, of Ohio Wesley an
University, spent the spring vacation
with her father, Noah Roads.
L.T. M. Shelton has moved from near
Ml. Washington to the Boggard prop-,
erty on the Danville pike.
Mrs. LUHe S. Qulnn returned Satur
day from Daytonia, Fla., whore she
has been spending the winter.
Rev. G. B. Beecher and Mrs. Lyman
Beecher and children spent Saturday
Miss Josephine Bascom, of Coving
ton, Ky., was the guest of her sister,
Mrs. Charles W. Scott, the past week.
Neal Priest Is building a house on the
lot on W. Walnut street which he
purchased of Mrs. Koch.
Miss Helen and William Barrett, of
Columbus, are the guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Barrett.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Satterfleld and
son spent Sunday with the former's
father, near Belfast.
Mrs. E. B. Patterson, who has been
spending the winter in Daytonia,
Fla., returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Blair M. Boyd returned
Sunday from a visit with Mrs. Boyd's
parents, at Battle Creek, Mich.
Miss Margaret Burr, of Columbus,
was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. M. L.
Gregg, a few days the first of the week.
Misses Lucy and Olive Clark, of Los
Angeles, Cal , are the guests of their
aunt, Mrs. II. M. Brown.
Mrs. William Richards, of Indianap
olis, has been the 'guest of Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Richards, since Saturday.
Buroh D. Huggins, of Columbus,
was the guest of his father, Judge H.
M. Huggins, from Thursday until
Miss Ruth E. Dawson, who has been
visiting relatives at Pittsburg and
Unlontown, Pa., foe. several weeks,
returned home Tuesday.
Mrs. S. F. Steele returned Friday
from a two months visit with her
daughter, Mrs. Walter Merrick, at
Miss Ellen W. Steele, of Cincinnati,
will arrive at home today to spend her
spring vacation with her mother,
Mrs. S. F. Steele.
Miss Marie McMullen will return to
her studies at Ohio Wesleyan Univer
sity at Deleware this morning, after
spending her vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. McMullen-
AT THE IRON-CLAD
T OME people are hard to please while some
are hard to fit. They all look alike to us.
We can fit you whether you are short and stout
or long and slim; and whether your face is
long and frowny or round and grinny. That is
another big advantage in trading here.
We Have Your Correct Size
SVWy AOctaavd, ve, Safc vovcv Sas 'SVavova, Tfct. "J. sas.
In olden times, when a man wanted a good suit of clothes,
he had to go to his tailor, be taped and fitted andjfussedover for
two or three weeks and finally immerge looking like a freak
with every hump and bump and personal peculiarity so well
fitted as to be conspicuous. But in this enlightened age we
have discovered that all men can be fit by certain set patterns
that cover their particular peculiarity so it is not noticeable.
Hence, today if we want a good suit of clothes, we go to a
good Clothing Store and in half an hour we come out well
dressed looking like other well-dressed men.
.'The Best Dressers Today Buy Ready-to-wear Suits
We want you to see our Hart Schaffner & Marx
Suits in your size. Try one on, examine the lining,
trimmings and tailoring. You'll realize they are better.
Priced at $20.00, $22.50, $25.00.
Clothcraft guaranteed all-wool clothes in beautiful
up-to-date shades and patterns for men and young men
at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00.
ECLIPSE SHIRTS FOR MEN
$1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Hawes Hats for Men & young Men
E. & W. Collars, best you can buy
Cutter & Crosette Neckwear.
Interwoven Socks, best in world
PERFECTION CLOTHES FOR BOYS
$3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5, $6.00, $8. $10
We claim whether the boy is
perfection or not, the suit should be
IRON-CLAD CLOTHING, STORE
E. H. McCLURE & CO. The Store Ahead IHILLSBORO, OHIO
Paint, Varnish stain and Muresco
at The Economy Store. adv
Miss Mabel Smith returned to West
ern College at Oxford, Monday, after
spending her vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemon and Mr.
and Mrs. LewisOrebaugh attended the
funeral of Mrs. Mahala McKee, at
Miss Myrtle Ross, of Newark, re
turned home Saturday, after a short
visit with her sister, Mrs. C. R. Patterson.
Aiwotutmty has no suhmtitutm
Many mixtures are offered as
substitutes for Royal. No other
baking powder is the same in
composition or effectiveness, or
so wholesome and economical,
nor will make such fine food.
Royal is the only Baking: Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
Base ball goods and fishing tackle at
The Economy Store. adv
Mrs. J. A. Thorpe, of Springfield,
111., Is the guest of her mother, Mrs.
C. A. Duke.
-The ladies of the M. E. church will
give a chicken supper at the church,
Friday April 17, at 5:30 p. m.
O-Cedar mops $1 and $1.50 .Po'lh
for same 25c, 50c and $1, at The Econ
omy Store. , adv.
The Ladles Aid Society will hold a
Bazaar in the M. E. Church at Sugar
tree Ridge, Saturday night, April 11.
- . .....
The Sugartree Ridge M. E. Sunday
School will hold Easter services Sun
day night, April 12.
George Hill and son, Clyde, of Green
field, were the guests of the former's
brother, D. H. Hill, Sunday.
Ralph Sams, who is attending Miami
University at Oxford, will arrive at
home today to spend the spring vacation.
Mrs. John M. Collins is visiting in.
tives at Mowrystown.
Mrs. Ella Duvall is visiting relatives
at Westboro and Blanchester.
Lacy King visited relatives at Wil
. Hest line of overalls, shirts and work
pants at The Economy Store. adv
, mrs ranK mn lias been visiting
, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Langley, at Colum
bus, since Saturday.
Mrs. J. II. Anderson returned Mon
day from Portsmouth, where she had
been called by the death of relatives.
A Rumley cfover huller belonging to
John Bobb. who lives near Carmel,
was buried Sunday night. It was
valued at 81000. The origin of the
fire is not known.
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Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marx
Mrs. Frank Durnell and son, Donal'd,
of Columbus, have been the guests of
the former's mother, Mrs. D. F. Scott,
A dance will be given Friday night
for the members of the Miami Glee
Club, following the entertainment by
the Club at the Opera House.
Mrs. D. L. Jolly, of Dayton, and
Mrs. Walter Rector, of Xenia, were
the guests of their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. James G. Lyle, Saturday and
Everybody come to the M, E. church
for supper Friday, April 17. Menu,
Roast chicken, dressing, gravy, mashed
potatoes, egg salld, hot biscuits, Jelly,
I coffee. Begin serving at 5:30 p. m.
Why, this is the greatest
bargain of them all.
THINK OF IT!
A 10c can finest grade
condensed Tomato Soup
The place where you get the BEST
Get an "Easy Suction Sweeper" an
all metal" vacum cleaner that runs like
a carpet sweeper. Special price $0.98,
at The Economy Store. adv
- m -
.John Q. Roads andJJ. E. Roads re
turned Sunday from Shlnston, W. Va.,
where they had been called by the
death of the former's sister, Mrs.
The Dunn's Chapel Ladles Aid will
hold a market at Hetherlngton's Gro
cery Saturday, April 11, at 9 o'clock.
Chickens, eggs and other good things
Sixty-six horses and six mules were
sold at the April stocksale. The prices
for horses were about the same as at
the preceding stocksale, 'ranging from
875 to $225 The mules brought about
$100 a head.
The nome and School Association
will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 at
the Webster School building. Election
Miss Jennie Rogers lias returned
from an extended visit with her daugh
ter at Parsons, Kan.
Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. Nevln, of Wash
ington O. n., visited the former's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. James Nevln,
Will Granger, who has been visiting
his father, Dr. B. D. Granger, returned
to his home In Muskogee, Okla.,
Benjamin McMullen and sons, of Ft.
Thomas, Ky., were the guests of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McMullen,
Mrs. L. R. Hilton and daughter,
Miss Florence, visited the former's
daughter, Miss Mary, in Cincinnati,
The ladles of the Baptist Church will
hold an Easter Market In J. R. Gruver's
Grocery on Saturday, April 11. Pies,
chickens, bread, cakes, butter and cot
tage cheese will be for sale. Market!
opens at 9 a. m.
April 0, 1914.
J. V. Sanders transacted business at
Ilamersville Thursday and Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Smart and Mrs Harl
Kelly called on M rs J. C. Larrick Fri
Charlie Igo and wife and little
daughter spent Sunday with Amos
Igo and family.
John Prlne and wife and grandson
and T. R. Vance and wife spent Sun
day with J. C. Edgington and family.
Curtis Rotroff and wife and daugh
ter, Laura, called at the home of E.
C. Gotherman Sunday afternoon.
narlle Stanforth, Clarence Stroup
and Kay Ferguson called on J. C Lar
rick Sunday afternoon.
John Gotherman called on Ervln
Hatcher Sunday evening.
Notice is hereby given that the an
nual election of one trustee of the
Illllsboro Cemetery Association will
be held at the Farmers & Traders
National Bank In nillsboro, Ohio, on
May 0, 1914, from 2 p. m. to 3 p. m.
adv J. C. Wooduow, Sec'y.
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A. L. CARR