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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914.
A GREAT SUNDAY SCHOOL WORKER
Will address the Loyal Men's Class at
CITY BUILDING, NEXT SUNDAY MORNING 9 a.
Mr. Sheridan teaches a class of men
numbering 250 and is considered one
of the great organizers of men's classes
in southern Ohio.
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II HILLSBORO'S BIGGEST CARPET DEPART- I
I W MENT IS NOW READY FOR YOU 1
Music by The Hillsboro Hilary Band
Great Street Parade at Ten O'CIock
Listen for the Music. Every man in
Hillsboro is invited to come
April 10, 1914.
Mrs. J. B. Davis spent several days t, t . . v davs
last week at Good Hope, the guest of Q B Rhoadsand wUe entertained
her daughter, Mrs. Warren Harper. fonowIng BUests last Sunday : Ora
W. S. Freshwater, of Columbus, was Miller and wife and two children, of
called here last Saturday by the death gamantha, Emery Knelsley and wife
of his father-in law. and daughter, of Hillsboro, Ray Cam-
Mesdames Cyrus Falrley and Ed eron and wife, and Elmer Carey and
Shannon, of Hillsboro, were guests of wife and two children.
their brother, John Watts, Friday. i John gatterfield, of North Union, is
Miss Anna Kee or, chief operator of here to attend the funeral of Ellsha
the Home Teiephone Co., has been re Beaver.
last Tuesday. J Several of our young people from
Rev. J. H. Davis, who has been ill this place took the Patterson examina
for some time, has been much worse ' tion at Hillsboro last Saturday.
employed for another year
J. Horace Roads ana family took
dinner with Hillsboro friends Sunday.
Wm. Hill and family, of Greenfield,
visited Mrs. Emily Shipton, Friday.
Murry Browning, of Dayton, spent
part of last week here with relatives
John Foraker and family attended
the funeral of a relative at Leesburg
Mrs. Anna Park is arranging to build
a new tenant house on her farm Just
north of town.
Our village Is being equipped with
gasoline lights which gives it quite a
nice appearance as well as adding to
the comfort and safety of our citizens.
Mrs. Joe Ferneau has been quite sick
for a few days.
$65.00 and Up.
Have you seen THE TON DON AXLE? The spindle of this axle
is made of Case Hardened Steel 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 axlo used in all other 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 CARROLL BUGGY and
you get the TON DON AXLE.
We also use the celebrated Kelly Sprlnafleld Rubber Tires the
original patent, known the world over as the best tire made.
QUALITY IS ECONOMY
The M. F. Carroll & Sons Do.
There will be a meeting In the Inter
ests of cenlization at the public school
building on Friday night. Able speak
ers will be present to discuss the school
Ellsha Beaver, one of our oldest
citizens, died at 7 o'clock last Friday
evening, after an illness of nearly a
year's duration. An extended obitu
ary will appear in our next issue.
April 19, 1914.
Minnie Chaney and daughter, Inez,
and Rutli Bird and daughter, Thelma,
spent Monday with Howard Reveal
and wife, of near New Vienna.
B. F. Liwman and family called on
Isaac Jones Thursday.
Elizabeth, Maggie and Eva Rankin
took dinner with James Bird and
Bessie Burton spent Thursday with
Mrs. Lettle Miller and family.
Mesdames Mary and Susie Polk called
on the former's sister, Mrs. Lulu
Brewer, Friday afternoon.
Sylvanus Achor and wife spent Sat
urday with Melissa Newton, of Rus
sell. Mrs. Louisa Alexander and daughter,
Katie, called on Mrs. Charley Fox,
Frank Lowman and family took din
ner with W. E. Alexander, Sunday.
Philip Stroup and wife spent Sunday
with Joseph Stroup and wife, of near
Mrs. Elizabeth King and Electa
Lowman spent Sunday afternoon with
Bert King and wife, of Willettsville.
James Bird and wife called at the
home of Estel Chaney Sunday.
Chas. Jandes and wife and daughter,
Edith, spent Wednesday with J. D.
Noble and family.
Walter Fawley and family were en
tertained by James Polk and fumily,
Mrs. Pearl Sharp and daughter,
Gladys, spent Sunday with her parents,
Charley Fox and wife.
Why it Suits Particular People.
Foley's noney and Tar Compound is
prompt and effective for coughs, colds,
croup hoarseness, bronchial coughs and
throat troubles. Thomas Verron,
nancock, Mich., writes: "Foley's
Honey and Tar quickly relieves tick
ling throat and stops the cough with
no bad after effect." It contains no
opiates and is pure. That's why It
suits particular people. &dv
THIS BIG DEPARTMENT IS ON THE FIRST FLOOR.
Kerns' Big Carpet Department is filled with
Room Size Bugs, Carpets, Mattings, Curtains and
Room Size Rugs, $4.50 to $37.50
Carpets by the yard, 12c to $1.25
Mattings, 10c yard to 50c yard
Linoleums, all prices and widths.
Curtains, 39c pah to $5.00 pair
WE PAV THE FREIGHT
Our $1.00 Curtains are wonders. 15 Different patterns.
Linoleums, 2 yds., 2 yds , 3 yds., and 4 yds. wide
OUR SIZES IN ROOM RUGS.
6x9, 8-3x10-6, 9x12, 10-6 x, 13-6, 11-3x13-6,
11-3 x 12, 12 x 15.
Yard Carpets, Hemp, Rag, Granite, Wool Union,
All Wool, Brussels and Velvet.
We cut all Carpets to match without waste to you.
Select your Rug and Carpet now while the stock is
complete and we will deliver it to you when you
are ready for it.
This wonderful Carpet Department is on the 1st floor.
We have the Room Size Rugs in every quality.
Matting Rugs, Granite Rugs, Wool Union Rugs,
All Wool Rugs, Fibre Rugs, Tap Brussels Rugs,
Velvet Rugs, Body Brussels Rugs, Wilton Velvet
Rugs and Axminster Rugs.
Have you seen the Sunfast and Waterproof Mat
ting? Come in and let us show you.
We Can Save You Money in Our Carpet Depart
ment. Let us Show you.
SOUTH HIGH ST.
GABBETT & AYRBd.