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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 1914.
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WHAT a vast dirrerence tnere is in Methods or Merchan-
dising. It's no wonder that many people fight shy of
some of the stores. Take for instance the man who buys raer- j
chandise where lured by glowing advertisements only to find I
out he would have profited far better had he bought his mer- I
chandise at home. He took the salesman's word that he would $
get an all-wool tabric and first class workmanship, when, as
a matter of fact he was deceived, for the suit contained cotton
threads interwoven with worsted ones. The suit faded and he
said the fellow would never sell him another suit. The man
i that treats his trade that way, and they are numerous, builds
his business on QUICK SAND and is bound to fall it can't
stand. The Underselling Store is built on a solid ROCK foun-
dation. When we tell you a thing you can bank on every dol- I
1 lar that it's the truth. We have established a chain of stores 1
only by gaining the confidence of our customers, giving them
exactly what we advertise, never allowing a customer to leave
our store dissatisfied. for one dissatisfied customer can do a
merchant more harm than one thinks. We depend upon every
customer we sell an article to to bringus one or more of his
friends. In order that that customer mav do that he must he
thoroughly pleased. Isn't that so? We positively save you
1 from 20 to 30 per cent on any purchase that you make. Its
only on account of the large volume of business we do that we
are able to give you these values.
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The Underselling Store are Complete Outfitters for Men, Boys and
Children's Clothing. Shoes for Men, Women and Children, Coats,
Suits, Dresses, Skirts and Waists for Ladies, Dry Goods, Notions,
Millinery, Trunks and Suit Cases.
TWO SPECIALS FOR THIS SATURDAY ONLY, APRIL 25
Ladies' Petticoats, $1.00 and $1.25 value. 79c
Ladies' Skirts, $4L00 and $5.00 values . . $2,79
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NEW MARKET.
April 20. 1914f
Miss Esther Holllngsworth, who
has been In Springfield the past month
returned home Thursday.
Ohas. Garen and wife visited rela
tives near Marshall Saturday and Sun
day. Miss Llbble Miller, of HUlsboro,
spent Wednesday night with Saman
tha Chaney.
Lonnle Curtis and family, of New
Vienna, spent Sunday with B F. Mor
ton and wife.
O. V. Purdy transacted business at
Chlllicothe Friday.
Wilbur and Olara Sonner, of Point
Victory, and Amy Lemon called on
Neta Miller Sunday.
Mrs. Effort McCoy, of Miller's Chap
el, was the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Carrier, one day last
week.
Chas. Whlsler and wife, of Ilills
boro, were callers at the Chaney home
Saturday afternoon
The pupils of the school of this
place visited the Lumberton school
Friday afternoon.
Roscoe McConnaughey Is working
for Frank Orebaugh at Shackeltown.
Mrs. Joseph Miller and son, Joseph,
of HUlsboro, spent Saturday afternoon
with Martha B&rrere.
Bobt. Hull and wife, of Jessup,
were pleasantly entertained at the
Stanforth home Sunday and Monday.
A. E Hunter called on Mr. Juliette
near Russell Sunday.
The school board met In regular ses
sion' today.
Misses Gertrude and Edith Long
and Amy Lemon called on Mrs. Mc
Reynolds Friday.
Aunt Charlotte Chaney, whose
sickness has been mentioned from
time to time, died at her home at this
place Sunday about noon. The fun
eral services will be held at the Bap
tist church Tuesday morning at 10 a.
m., conducted by Rev flolllngsworth;
interment In the Baptist cemetery.
BERRYVILLE.
April 20, 1914.
T. J. West and wife, of Cincinnati,
have been spending a few days with
Ills mother. Mrs. Lucinda West.
Earl Trout and wife, of near Dan
ville, spent last Sunday with Nathan
Bales and wife.
Glone Fox was in HUlsboro Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Chaney, ofGreenfleld,
were the guests of Grover McCoy Sat
urday. Mrs. W. M. West entertained a
number of guests at dinner Sunday.
Miss Ladora Reams spent Tliursday
with Mrs. Evallne McCoy. '
Stanley Miller and wife were guests
of friends at Marshall Thursday.
Mrs. Harry Shannon and Miss Bird
Miller entertained the Wednesday
Sewing Circle the last two meetings.
"Papa, what is a religious preju
dice?" "The convictions of some one else,
my son.'1 Life.
OnCar.a!STollQuestion.
EmTon ok News-Beiiald:
Who built the Panama Canal?
The American people.
Who paid for the Panama Canal ?
The American people.
Who ownB the Panama Canal ?
The American people.
Who owns the coast trading ships ?
American Companies.
Are they poor and need help ?
On the contrary they are wealthy.
What other vessels do coast trading?
None, whatever.
Why so ?
The government protects American
vessels.
How ?
By giving them the exclusive right
to trade on our coast.
What else do they want?
Free passage through the Canal.
Where do the American people come
In?
They pay the freight.
How are they benefitted ?
In no way whatever.
Who is benefitted ?
A lot .of millionaires.
Who else is interested ?
Rubber trusts and a lot of other
trusts.
What has England to do with it ?
Nothing whatever.
Why Is she mentioned ?
To fool the people throw dust in
their eyes.
Readers do you see any good reason
why a lot of millionaires and trusts
should have free use of our Canal? I
don't. ErsitoN.
SINKING SPRING.
April 20, 1914.
Misses Emma Swavne and Bertie
Johnson were business visitors at
Peebles Thursday.
John Palumbo returned to his home
at Columbus, after s-endlng a few
days with Miss Ode Porter, at this
place.
Mrs. Chrlstena Hilterbran spent
Thursday night wth her daughter,
Mrs. F. M. Porter.
Fannie Beekman, of Latham, was a
business visitor at this place Monday
Joseph Suiter and wife spent Friday
night with Verd Murphy and famllr.
A large crowd attended Mahlon
Fry's sale Saturday.
Floyd Chapman -and Benson Butler
were business visitors at Latham on
Tuesday.
Several from this place attended
communion services at Stalght Creek
Valley church south of town Saturday
evening.
Bertie Johnson took supper w th
Miss Ocle Porter Saturday evening.
Misses Martha Evlar. Marc-
Chapman, Mabel Butler and R bb
uarman ana Messrs. Alden Betty na
Kay uartwrlent took the Boxwe . ex
amination at HUlsboro Saturday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harlev NtM
Sunday a son.
Rev. Kelley filled his regular ap
polntment at the M. E. Church Sun
day morning.
M. S. Copeland, of Locust Grove,
and Berry Spargur, of Rainsbjro, were
visitors at this place Saturday.
Ernest Tolle and Bert Schaffer, of
Marshall, were at this place Saturday
evening.
Miss Opal Tolle, of Nace Valley, at
tended Sunday School at this place
Sunday morning and took dinner with
Miss Bessie M. Porter.
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FOR 8AL.fi.
Farmland Town-property always
for sale. Money loaned on Real Es
tate. "Wade Tuiinkb,
Merchants Bank Bldg,
D. Leadbetter, real estate, nre In
surance and pensions. Office 134 S.
High street.
Fob Sale Single Comb Rhode Is
land Red Eggs for hatching. 50c and
75c for 16. Extra selected pens 31.00
for 15. T. W. McCoy, Route 8.
Fob Sale Jersey heifer calf, one
week old. Dr. 0. L. Chollar. adv
Fob Sale Second hand 4 passenger
Overland Automobile, in good condi
tion ; also second hand stanhope buggy.
Call at'131 S, High St., Hillsboro, O.
Fob Sale Seed corn and alfalfa-
seed. Jacob Willett. Hillsboro. R D.
No. 9. adv (5-7)
EYE SYMPTOMS
Do you have headac hes?
Do your eyes water?
Do they ache?
Does print run together?
Do things become dim or
swim?
Are your Eyes inflamed?
Do your eyes tire after read
ing awhile.
ent
A Car each of Atlas
and Universal brands
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Richards Mil
ADVICE&FREE
Dr. C. F. Faris,
THE EYESIGHnSPECIALIST
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hillsboro, O.
Real Estate Transfers,
Israel Roades to P. S. Roades, Mar
shall, lot, $250.
Alexenla W. Bell to Mary L. Craw
ford, Greenfield, lot, 31.
Cordelia A. Brown et al to Orlando
S, Arnott, Greenfield, lot, $1.
Cordelia A. Brown gdn to Orlando
S. Arnott, Int. lot, Greenfield, $4250.
C. P. Tener to L. C. Campbell, Hills
boro, lot, 31.
Callie Watson admrx to Newton C.
Bootby, Hamilton & Clay tps, $450.
Sarah E. Hopkins to Jacob Stultz,.
Salem tp, 118a, $1.
Louella. E White to Margaret M.
Young, Greenfield, lot, $1.
M. Irwin Dunlap to Margaret M,
Young, Greenfield, lot, $1.
Priscllla W. Hlestand to IdaL. Wil
son, Hillsboro, lot, $1. ,
O. E. Burnes to George W. Roof,
Fairfield tp, la, $275.
Laura Sellers to W. W. Van Mar
et al, Dodson tp, 51a, $1.
Earle Weller to Benjamin Walling
ford, Hillsboro, lot, $1.
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Fine Seed Potatoes
Early Rose
Early Ohio .
Early Triumph .
Early Six Weeks
Irish Coblers
$1.00 per bu
$1.20 per bu
$1.20 per bu
$1.20 per bu
$1.40 per bu
The Early Kind Some Irish Coblers are late. They
are a good potato, but there are two varieties of them.
Get the early kind now and plant the late, ones about
June 10th.
Bee supplies of all kinds,
tion and Sections.
Hives, Supers, Foudna-
A full supply of Chicken Remedies and Chicken
Feed at $1.90 per hundred for chicks and $1.80 per hun
dred for scratch. Why pay 2 l-2c per lb. when you can
buy for less than 2 cents? at
She Charles, what's a cabaret ?
He A cabaret is a place that takes
the rest out of restaurant and puts the
din in diDner, Princeton Tiger.
Hetherington Seed $ Grocery Co. j
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