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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1014.
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S65.00 and Up.
Have you seen TEIE TON DON AXLE? The spindle of this axle
is made of Case Hardened Stool and the box is lined with Phos
phor Bronze, making the same kind of a bearing as is used in Elec
tric Motors, Automobile Engines, Cream Separators and other fine
high speed machinery. The common axle used in all othpr buggies
is made with a common soft steel spindle and a cast iron box. The
"gritty' surface of the cast iron soon cuts away the soft spindle and
you have a loose "wabbly" wheel. Buy a OARROLL BUGOY and
you get the TON DON AXLE.
We also use the celebrated Kelly Springfield Rubber TireB the
original patont, known the world over as the best tire made.
QUALITY IS ECONOMY
The M. F. Carroll & Sons Go.
HILLSBORO, OHIO.
SUGARTREE RIDGE.
April 13, 1914.
A very beautiful Eister service was
rendered at the M. E. Sunday School
Sunday evening. The little folk9 did
exceedingly well.
Chas. Hedrlck and family, of Lees
burg, and Jas. Shrlver and wife, of
Cincinnati, visited their parents, Ira
Shrlver and wife, Sunday.
Mrs. Dr. Irwin, of Seaman, is visit
ing her parents, Arthur Bunn and
wife, this week.
H. H. Redkey and wife were called
to near Seaman Saturday on account of
the serious Illness and death of the
latter's only brother, J. B. Steen,
which occurred Sunday.
The township Sunday School conven
tion will be held at the Christian
church, Sunday, April 19, at 2 o'clock
MissCallie Lewis, who has been very
sick for some time, does not Improve
much.
SHARPSVILLE.
April 16, 1914.
Mrs. Louisa Alexander and daugh
ter, Katie, attended the funeral of
Mrs. McKibben Monday.
Mrs. Elizabeth Chaney spent Tues
day with her daughter, Mrs. Philip
Stroup.
Mary Gllllland called on Annie Low
man Thursday afternoon.
Fred McDanlel and wife attended
the funeral of J. G. Bayless, Sr of
Lynchburg, Saturday.
Miss Lena Burton closed a succesful
' term of school Friday.
Rev. Mercer and Rev. Shepherd
took dinner with James Polk and
wife Sunday.
Clarence Chaney and family spent
Sunday with Joseph Gllllland and
family.
Wilbur Miller and sister, Vina,
spent Sunday with Ezeklel Rudy and
wife.
Jesse Fox and family took dinner
with Charley Fox and wife Sunday.
George Stubbsand family spent Sun
day with Walter CadwalladeV and
family.
Leonard Hart and wife called on
Thomas Ilart and family Sunday.
Rida Hart, of Hillsboro, spent Sun
day with Joseph Hart.
Special Sale
We will offer some of the latest patterns
in Spring Millinery at SPECIAL PRICES on
Friday and Saturday of this week. This is
your opportunity to get a Hat to suit you at re
duced price. Remember it is for two days
only.
MRS. J. S. TROP
SOUTH HIGH ST.
Nellie and Edith Sinclair spent Fri
day night with their uncle, George
Sinclair.
Leona Chaney spent the latter part
of the week with her cousin, Tillie
Chaney.
Emma Noble spent Friday night
with Blanch Sanders.
Aunt Hannah Martin is sick.
Stephen Sinclair and family took
dinner with Wm. Sinclair and wife
Sunday.
James Bird and wife spent Sunday
afternoon with L. E. Chaney and
family.
Florence Sharp and Thelma Whit
acre spent Sunday afternoon with
Mrs. Catherine Sharp.
Llndley Schoonover, of West Chapel,
visited John Whitacre Sunday.
CENTERFIELD.
April 13, 1014.
Hon. O. J. Thatcher, of Wilming
ton, spoke at Centerfleld Tuesday
night on the new school laws. All
those present, who have been inter
viewed, are in sympathy with the
changes proposed.
Rev. Joseph nosklns preached the
Easter sermon Sunday.
Prayer meeting every Wednesday
evening.
The Fairfield Farm Women's Club
entertained their guests vt the home
of Overton Hire Thursday evening.
All seemed to enjoy the event as at
tested by the hour of their departure,
Mr. and Mrs. nire are certainly most
hospitable people and their home an
Ideal spot for beauty and rest.
Those who fed the birds In the win
ter must feel repaid now for their ef
fort as many good songsters of beauti
ful plumage are In evidence which
have not been seen here for several
years.
Ford Fulkerson has moved to .the
Ell Burgess farm.
Mrs. Milton Cowman and son were
in Chlllicothe Saturday and Sunday.
Herman Reese was In Chlllicothe
Saturday on business.
Jas. Butler, of Greenfield, visited
the family of Chas. Stratton Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Moore, who have
been visiting the latter's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jacob Schllley, returned to
their home in Toledo, Tuesday. "
HILLSBORO, O.
BARRETT.
April 13, 1014.
Miss Bessie Haywood Is visiting her
brother, James, In Cincinnati
Charles Post and family spent Sun
day with the former's parents, Elmer
Post and wife.
Tom and Dwlght Cope and Vaughn
Cope and son, Paul, called at the home
of Charles Spenca Sunday afternoon.
James Beets spent Sunday with
Alva Haywood at the home of Lewis
Wood.
Wm. Walker and daughter, Alva
were guests at the home of Charles
MoNeal Sunday.
Charles Spence called on John Turn
er Sunday.
John Chrisman and .family and
Frank Wright and family spent Sun
day at Lynchburg.
Mrs. C. M. Stevens' spent from
Thursday until Sunday with her sis
ter Mrs. William Tompkins, of East
Monroe.
Miss Minnie Humphrey, of Good
nope, spent Friday night with her
sister, Miss Nottie, at the home. of
Mrs. Hester Holt. They went to Pee
bles Saturday for a weeks visit with
their parents.
Wm. Rowe and wife and C. M.
Stevens and wife attended the funeral
of Wm. Tompkins, of Monroe, Friday.
Hamer Lyle and wife and son,
Charles, were guests Sunday, of Ver
non Rittenhouse and family.
Wm. West and wife and daughter,
Helen, took dinner at the home of Ed
ward Mefedlth Sunday.
Wm. Rowe and wife and Wm. Bar
rett were guests at the home of J. S.
Lovett Sunday.
Wm. Hamilton and wife and son
were guests of their mother, Mrs
Ford, of near Careytown, Sunday.
Wm Wolfe and family were guests
at the home of Wm. Montgomery
Sunday.
Wm. Ludwlck and wife, of East
Danville, were guests of Ray Wash,
burn and wife Sunday.
Mrs. James Anderson is very 111.
Miss Grace Chrisman spent Sunday
with Miss Glenna Garman.
SINKING SPRING.
April 13, 1914.
Mrs. Harley Nace, of Plketon, Is
visiting relatives here.
John Pal umbo, of Columbus, Is vis
iting relatives here.
A large crowd attended the Easter
entertainment at the M. E. Church
Sunday evening.
Several from this place attended the
funeral of Mrs. John Hiser at Saint's
Chapel Sunday morning.
Miss Eva Porter started to North
Dakota Monday, where she expects to
make hsr future home.
Mrs. Robt. Treber and children
spent Easter with the former's par
ents near Bylngton.
Ed. McKeehan and wife have moved
Into their property on West Main
street recently vacated by Mrs. Christ
ena Hllterbran.
Opal Tolle and Opal Nace, of Nace
Valley, attended Sunday School at
this place Sunday.
Gladys Tener spent Saturday night
with her cousin, Mabelle Tener.
Barkley Butler and wife and child
ren spent a few days last, week with
the" former's parents, near Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Butler, visited
relatives at Plketon last week.
Mrs. Frank Nace has returned
home, after visiting her 'parents at
Latham.
Henderson Drake, was a business
visitor at Plketon one day last week.
Charles Wesley and wife and son,
Paul, were the guests of Mrs. Rose
McAdow Sunday.
Van B. Wright filled his appoint
ment at Straight Creek Valley church
Sunday evening.
Drug Clerk Did you kill any moths
with those moth balls I gave you ?
Disconsolate Customer No, I tried
for five hours, but I couldn't hit a one.
Columbia Jester.
At a recent election In Sweden the
fact was revealed that only 3.6 per
cent, of the women voters were dis
qualified for failure to pay taxes, as
compared with 24.6 per cent of the
men.
FREE
While They Last
We will give one chick
drinking fountain with
one or more 25c bags of
Chick Chowder
at the
UNION
SEE WINDOW
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Carpet Department
IS NOW READY FDR YOU
It's time to take up the house cleaning ques
tion in earnest.
Now that
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coats have been bought, it is time to consider
seriously the question of house furnishing.
Our stock of Rugs, Carpets, Mattings, Lin
oleums, Lace Curtains -and. Draperies are a
positive delight. It is a pleasure to select from
them, and an added pleasure to find just what
you want at prices that are reasonable in every
sense of the word.
The Biggest. Carpet Department in
ROOM SIZE
Matting Rugs, Granite
Rugs, Crex Rugs, 'in
grain Rugs, Fibre Rugs
Tap Rugs, Yelvet Rugs
Axminister Rugs, Ab
erdeen Rugs. In fact,
every kind of a rug
that is made -can be
found in this big Car
pet Department. -
We have every size Rug that
the odd sizes.
1 39c to $5.00 Pair CURTAINS 39c to $5.00 Pair
Curtains, 39c. 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
$2.00, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, 1
i $.50 and $5.00
This Big Carpet and Curtain Department is
on the first floor. You don't have to climb a
long flight of stairs to see this wonderful dis
play. Everything is for the customers conven
ience at this BIG STORE.
See our room size Rug Special
Why pay $10.00?
Room size Rugs from $2.98 to $37.50.
Your price is here.
25 patterns of Linoleum to select from. We
pay the freight. j
Buy them now, we will deliver them when 1
you are ready for them. 1
C. M. KERNS
South High Street, Hillsboro, Ohio.
KERNS
the Easter dresses, suits and
RUG
CARPETS
Hemp Car pet, Rag
Carpet, Granite Car
pet, Ingrain Carpet,
Brussels Carpet, Vel
vet Carpet.
Hall and Stair Carpet
to match.
It is a pleasure to buy
carpet at this store.
per pair. Your
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is made. All
price is here, I
at $8.98.
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