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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 9. 1914. j
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LYNCHBURG.
April 0, 1014.
Dr. and Mrs. McAdow entertained
W. S. Martin, of Cincinnati, Herschel
Henderson and wife and sons and
Chas. Linton and wife, Sunday.
Mesdames S S. Puckett, Alex Puck
ett and Frank Lacy were In Cincinnati
Friday.
Mrs. Mary Nolder Is entertaining
her sister, Mrs. Wolfe, of Illllsboro.
Mrs. Clara Andrews, of Dlanchester,
Is with her sister, Mrs. Garner, for a
lew days.
Wm. Granger, of Oklahoma, and
Fred Granger and family, of Russell,
were entertained at the home of War
ren Morrow and wife, Thursday and
on Sunday Warren Connell and wife
and Mrs. Eliza Morrow were their
guests.
Tasso Terrell and wife, of New Vi
enna, spent Sunday with Mrs. Aseneth
Terrell and daughter.
Fred Simpson and wife and son and
W. T. Nolder and family were with
Burch Reams and wife, Friday even
lng, It being Mrs. Reams' birthday.
George Smith and wife are visiting
relatives at Cuba.
John Hastings, of Chllllcothe, visited
friends here Sunday.
Miss Bessie Hunter is visiting in
"Wilmington this week.
Mrs Lizzie Archer was with her
daughter, Mrs. Chas. BUckmore, at
illllsboro, Friday.
C. E Dumenll, W. A. Saolor, W. G.
Ross and Joe Roush were business
visitors in Greenfield Wednesday.
Rev. Martin will hold communion
services at the Lutheran church at
Dodsonvllle Sunday morning and in
evening an Easter program will be
rendered.
The Ladles Aid Society of the M.
E. church will hold an Eister market
in Herschel Henderson's ollice Satur
day. Clark Montgomery and wife and
daughter, Madge, attended the funeral
of a friend at New Vienna, Monday
Mrs. H. b Galllett was in Cincinnati
and Covington, Ky., last week.
Miss Pearl Chaney is visiting friends
and relatives in Wilmington.
A son was born to Frank Plnkerton
and wife Wednesday evening.
Mrs. Ernest Dumenll will entertain
Class No. 3 at her home Thursday
afternoon.
W. T. Nolder has purchased an in
terest of Clifford Shaffer in the White
Star Grocery Co., Dana McAdow being
the other partner.
Granville Thompson Is a' Martins
ville, Ind , taking treatment for
rheumatism.
Mrs Julia Garner and daughter,
Lida, and Grant Hopkins and wife at
tended the funeral of Mrs Allle John
son, at Farmer's Station, Friday.
Mrs. Wm. Cleveland and Gus Bering
were with relatives in Covington the
latter part of the week.
Mrs, Wra. Cleveland entertained a
number of friends at her beautiful
home on Broadway, April 1, in honor
of her nephew, Gus Bering, the occa
sion being his birthday. A very enjoy
able evening was spent.
Rev. and Mrs. Dresch were In Cin
cinnati Thursday.
Dave Archer and wife were with
relatives at Danville Sunday.
Mrs SM. Srofe returned home Mon
day morning, after spending a few
days with her son, at Leesburg.
Rev. Martin is holding services at
theLutheran church each evening
this week.
Miss Norine DeLaney did not return
to her school work on Monday, owing
to the sickness of her father.
Miss Hazel Gallfett, who is teaching
In the Covington schools, is spending
a weeks vacation with her parents.
Mrs. Ella Parker spent a part of last
week with relatives In Loveland.
C. C. Triplet died at his home on
Pearl street Tuesday morning at 3
o'clock, aged 74 years Mr. Triplet
was a highly respected citizen, a mem
ber of the M. E. church and a regular
attendant at all church services. He
Is survived by a wife and two daugh
ters, Mrs. Louie Meyer, of this place,
and Mrs. Fltzpatrlck, of Chicago.. The
funeral services were held in the M.
E. church Friday morning at 10 o'clock
conducted by Revs. Martin and Dresch.
Interment was made at Westboro.
Those who attended the funeral from
a distance were Mrs. Fltzpatrlck and
daughter, of Chicago, and Lawrence
Fltzpatrlck, of Fayettevllle.
For Every Living Thing On The
Faim.
Free ; a 500i page book on the'tre&t
ment and care of "Every Living Thing
on the Farm;" horses, cattle, dogs
sheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
pbreys1 Vetlnary Specifics ; also a sti
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
op. Free by mall on application. Ad
dress Humphreys Homeo Med. Co.
Corner Williams & Ann Sts.,N.Y. adv
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every man is WORTHY OF ONE TRIAL and the people who have bought merchandise at the UNDERSELLING STORE, we will see that they become PERMANENT OUSTO
MERS
Advertising costs money. It would be commercial suicide for a man to foolishly spend monoy for advertising UNLESS he INTENDED to give exactly what he claimed.
We have no one to thank for the success we attained in the merchandising business but ourselves, for it was accomplished only ,by being on tho square, giving EX
ACTLY what wo advortlse. When we tell you that we are saving you from 20 to 30 per oent. wo mean every word of it. When we tell you that we will refund your money on any
purchase that is not satisfactory, or if yon are not entirely pleased, we mean every word of it, for it is a whole lot cheaper to return" tho monoy to you than it is to lose your trade.
Isn"t it? You bet it is.
If you are thoroughly well pleaned with the merchandise wo sell you, you are bound to do us some good. That is why we are so particular in making every article good
and return you your monoy, 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 laCrge volume of business wo 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, wo would be compelled to charge you 25 per cent more as other merohauts do. The Underselling Store is headquarters of eco
nomical shoppers.
MEN'S SPRING HATS
All shades and styles 48oto$1.98
Men's and boys,' new style caps, tho
kind that sell for 50o and 75c,
special 390
All Wool Serge Caps, silk lined.".. 30c
All 25c caps Wo
SPRING FOOTWEAR
FOR MEN AND BOYS
We carry that new English last'
also the English shoe with the rubber
suIp and heel.
Men's $2 00 black, tan and green Elk
Shoes 8148
Men's new spring shoes, strictly
solid leather lnallstles $108
i The nobby, stylish and dressy shoe
that retails elsewhere for $3 50, $4 00
and $5 00 in Gun Metal, Patent 'Colt,
Tan, Vlci Kid, Button, Blucher or
English style. Special $2.48, $2 98,$3 29
and $3.48
Buy's Leather Shoes sizes, 9tol31
lace only , $1.09
Misses' solid leather shoes $129
Boys' solid leather shoes $1 48 and $1.59
Men's large red and blue handker
chiefs 4c
35c Lisle Suspenders 22c
25o Police Suspenders 19o
MenN shirts, 75c value 45c
Men's Work Shirts in black and
white style, sateeD, cheviot cham
hray, 50c grade 39c
Our Hosiery department Is com
plete. We are now showing our
spring line of Men's, Ladies', Misses'
and Children's Hoe in all shades
Men's 25c hose supporters 19c
Children's Hose Supporters -... 8c
Ladles' Pad Hose bupporteis 15o
$1.00 House Dresses 790
$1.25 House Dresses 95c
Large size Shopping Bags 19c
50c values Corsets . 39c
75o grade Corsets 48o
$1 00 grade Corsets 79c
Ladies' Spring Coat Suits
$12.50 new .sp'lni; models inall wool serges "blue, Copenhagen, tan
and black, special $7 95-
$15 00 up-to-date, i.ew and stylish suits, elegantly trimmed in all
shades, special , $ 945
$18 00 and $20 00 suits , $11 95
New Spring Coats In black and white checks, $0.50 value, special....! 3 98
$7 50 values In the very newest season's material, navy, Copenhagen
green, tan and tango shades, special. $ 4 98
$10 00 Coats 1914 models and materials, special $0 08
Children's and Misses' Coats in navy blue and tan serges and fancy
weaves, sizes 2 to 0 $1.09, $1 98 to $2 98
Slzes6tol4 $298 to $3 98
Men's arid Young Men's Spring Suits
That are shapely, perfect fitting suits, made from warranted wool
ens, casslmeres, Thibets, blue serges, Cheviot and worsteds In
various patterns and stripes $4 98, $5 98, $7 98 and $8 95
Your choice of our tlnest woolens in our h'ghest grade of men's new
spring sultB 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, $11.05 $12 95,813 95
Odd Trousers
The greatest line ever shown for Spring. The tlnest materials, latest
styles and best tailoring. Every pair a saving from 50c to C-. 50
Our prices $1 29 to $2.98
Boys' UptoDate Knickerbocker Suits
For Spring and Summer Wear
$2 50 Norfolk styles $179 $4.00 and $5 00 values? $2.98
$3.00 Norfolk styles $1 98 $0 00 and $7.00 fancy worsteds. $3.08
For confirmation suits we have three special lots;
One lot of all wool serge suits, Norfolk style worth $4 00,-special $2 08
One lot ready made to sell for $5 00, special $3.98
One very fine lot elegantly made, worth $7.00 and $8.00, special $4 95
Children's Suits. . . . $ l 48
Boys' and Children's all wool Bloomer Pants, sptclal...,., 39o
In Our Dry Goods Department
We'are showing the greatest values for Spring and the newest fabrics
Our prices on all domestics mean a money saving to you. A few specials
for our Spring opening:
All wool amoskeag serge 54 In. wide in tan, brown, black, navy and
gray, worth $1.25 per yard, special 83operyd
All over lace for corset covers, worth 35c per yd. special l9o per yd
Shadow laces, 10 In. wide, yd.. 10c
Sbadowlacen, 10-12 In wide, yd..l7c
15o lace3i In. wide, per yd 10c
Corset cover embroidery and em
broidered flouncing. .. 19c to 79c
$1.25 fancy crepe klraoras 95c
35o Corset Covers 23o
50c Corset Covers 39o
75o Corset Covers 45o
LADIES' SPRING
MILLINERY
All the newest shapes and shades
for the coming seasonal. 19 to $2.98
Little Girls' and Misses' Hats in
straw and lace effects. .09e to $1.19
Infanta' Caps and Straw Bonnets
19c, 23c 39c, and48c
SPRING FOOTWEAR
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
$3 00 Vici Kid. gun metal, patent
colt and tan, button and blucher,
low and high heels $1.08
Misses.' Spring Shoes in all kinds
of leathers, $3.00 value $1.08
Ladies' $4 00 hand turned shoes,
also welts in gun metal, patent
colt and tan, special $2.48
Sizes 5 to 8J strictly solid leather
89c
Sizes to 11 strictly sold leather
.'..$1.09
Sizes 12 to 2, strictly solid leather
$1.29
LADIES' SKIRTS AND
DRESSES
The greatest values In dress skirts
in guaranteed all wool serge and
eponge cloth in the season's
prevallingjcolors, values $5 and
$7.50 $2.08 and $3 69
$3.00 fancy plaids, special ..$1.03
One lot of beautiful evening dresses
worth from $12 50 to $18, special
$6.95 and $7.95
One piece all wool serge dresses
elegantly trimmed, worth $5.00
special .'...$298
One lot brocaded silk Petticoats in
all shades, worth $1.50 special.... 93c
$3.00 silk messaline petticoats, all
colors $1.70
75c white embroidered skirts 48c
SHIRT WAISTS
$1 00 white striped volled , .60c
$1.25 plain white silks 05c
Fancy silk striped waists with full-
or plain collars and culls $1.48
$3 00 silk messaline, all colors.... $1.79
$3 00 fancy net waists 81 79
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For earache, toothache, pains, burns,
scalds, sore throat, try Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil, a splendid remedy for
emergencies. adv
BARRETT.
April 6.-1014.
Miss Kellle Bussey, who has been
visiting in Springfield during the win
ter, has returned home.
mIrs Marv Stevens soent from Satur
day until Monday with Misses Helen
and Mary Rittenhouse.
O. D. Sams, wife and daughter,
Susan, and Robert West and wife were
guests at the home of Hamer Lyle,
Sunday.
Wm. Hamilton, wife and son spent
Sunday at the home of their parents,
Wm. Hamilton and wife, near Beech
Wood.
Mrs. Wm. Howe and Miss Helen
Rittenhouse visited relatlves'in Green
field, Saturday.
The Friends monthly meeting will
be held at Hardin's Creek next Batur-
aay.
C. M. Stevens and wife spent Satur
day night at the home of Wm. Tomp
kins, of Monroa
Wra Walker and daughter, Alvla,
were guests at the home of W. W.
Wolfe, Sunday.
James Rittenhouse and family and
Miss Mary Stevens called at the home
of Chas. Spence, Sunday afternoon.
Miss Alvla Walker entertained Sun
day evening, Misses Mary and Juanlta
McNcal and Gladys Walling and James
Beath, Pedis Barton and narry Du
Witt. Aunt Martha Wolfe and Miss Mary
Shoemaker went to Lynchburg last
WeaHesaay for a lew weeks visit -with
relatives.
Ben Bussov and wife were guests at
the home of Albert Morris, of Beech
Wood, Sunday.
Mrs. Chas. Spence called on home
folks Monday afternoon.
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, A Cure for Sour Stomach.
Mrs. Win. M. Thompson, of Battle
Creek, Mich., writes: "I have been
troub ed with indigestion, sour Btoni
ach and bad breath. A f ter taking two
bottlex of Chamberlain's Tablets I am
well. These tablets are splendid
none better. For sale by A1J Deal
ers. , adv
Five women, whose aggregate wealth
amounts to more than $75 000,000, were
seen recently in a New York depart
ment store at one time, and they were
all buying remnants.
Rheumatic Pains Relieved.
Why suffer from rheumatism when
relief may be had at so small a cost?
Mrn. Elmer Hatch, Peru, Ind., writes.
"I have been subject to attacks of
rheumatism foryears. Chamberlain's
Liniment always relieves me immedi
ate' y, and I take pleasure In recom
mending It to others " 25 and 60 cent
bottles. For. sale by All Dealers, adv
The butter order of New York City
amounts to 308,822 pounds every day.
Frank Ayres ,n:Pue
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Opera Houta Block
Representing six of the strongest
Old Line Fire insurance Oompanles.
Most liberal Farm Policies ever writ
ten in the Aetna Co, Also Live Stock
Insurance, Insuring your, horses
against death from any cause.
I represent tbeJAetna, Fidelity and
Surety Bond Co. Ono of the largest.
Also with accident policies. Terms as
low as you can get in high class safe
insurance. , 9-0
PILES
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mean lufTeriiur and
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taUta produce maUn rMultaby attacking the
(NTEANAL. CAUSE, the pUea are dried up and
MBUHUr eared. M dajra treataaeat, ILO0,
B. LXONHAttDT CO. Baafale. M. Y. (in besk
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FRANK AYRES
Have your sale bills printed at the
Nbws-Hkrau). 50 bills In"two colors
and matter run in paper for 3.00.
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