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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY; APRIL 30, 1914.
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THE FAMOUS e?&5Smri IN THE
NEW DUST-ANDMOISTURE PROOF;
PACKAGE. VE ALWAYS GAPPY THE
BEST. A FEWSUGGESTOMS:-
Lettuce, Rhubarb, Salsify, Young
Onions all home grown and fresh
Dried Peaches 3 Lbs. for 25c
Canned Succatash and Green
Lima Beans taste fine now.
GIVE US CALL
Home Phone 214
The Place Where You
April 27, 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Lewis and daugh
ter, Lora, spent Sunday with Vernon
Sole and family.
Mrs. Sudie Elliott, .of Hillsboro,
was the guest Thursday of her
mother, Mrs. Jane Smith.
Mrs. Amanda Roush is visiting her
son, Claude Heifer and family, of near
B. F. Cochran and daughter, Ethel,
spent Wednesday with Nathaniel
Wilkin and family
Wm. Morgan and wife, ftosa Muntz,
H. B. Wilkin and family and Ira Cad
wallader and family spent Sunday
with Samuel Wilkin and family.
Mrs. Sarah Fouch, who disposed of
her personal property last Thursday,
left Friday for Ulanchester where she
will make her home with her son
Mrs. Burch MoKamey, of Chilli
cothe, spent part of last week with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
A. E. Wljkln and children, Maud,
Harold and Ira, spent Sunday after
noon with Owen Roush and family.
S65.00 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 Separator and other fine
high speed machinery. The common .axle used, in all other buggies
is made with a common soft steel spindle and a cast iron box. The
"gritty" surface of the oast 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 Springfield Rubber Tires the
original patent, known the world over as tho best tire made.
QUALITY IS ECONOMY
The M. F. Carroll & Sons Go.
4 .. Hi 111
Bell Phone 106-R
Always Get the Best.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Tompson and
granddaughter, Ruth, of Dodson
ville, spent Monday with Owen Roush
Elden Fawley, of Pricetown, spent
several days last week with Herman
Shaffer and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lyle spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Fox, of
John Connard spent Saturday night
and Sunday with relatives in Hills
boro. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Cad wallader
spent Saturday In Hillsboro.
Mrs. A. E. Wilkin and Mrs. Ira
Cad wallader spent Friday af;ernoon
with Mrs. G. W. Wilkin, of Anderson
Samuel Wilkin and family spent
one day last week with Ellis Boberts
and family, of near Russell.
Mrs. Olive Mlliner, of Littleton,
spent one day last week with Peter
Saum and family.
Itching piles provoke profanity but
profanity won't remove them. Doan's
Ointment is recommended for itching,
bleeding or protruding piles. 60c at
any drug store. adv
April 27, 1914.
Mrs. Josle Ludwlck Is visiting in
Hillsboro this week.
' Miss Mary Smith visited her sister,
Mrs. Guy Custer, last week.
I Mrs. Nannie Davidson spent Tues
day night with her sister, Mrs. Abron
Balser, a Buford.
I Mrs. Margaret Hawk, of Winkle.
spent the latter part of the week with
Roy Euverard and family.
Ovle Gossett and wife entertained
P. Q. Fenner and wife, Sunday.
Dan Hess and family entertained
Henry Euverard and family, Mrs.
Emma Landess and daughter, Mary,
Lummie Boyd and Mary - Boberts,
I Robert Fawley and family spent
Sunday with Jasper Kier and family.
1 Amos Robbins and wife, of Sicily,
visited Nick Marconett, Sunday,
I Roy Euverard an! family were en
tertatned by A. B. Hawk and family
I Guy Custer and family spent Sunday
with relatives in Pricetown.
Mrs. Adam Cress, of Mt. Orab, is
working at Perry Moberley's,
I Mrs. Emma Landess and daughter
Mary, of Ft. Becovery, are visiting
A. Q. Landess and family entertain
ed a number of relatives Sunday.
April 27, 1914.
Misses Louise and Cedora Hatcher
SDent Sundav afternoon with Miss
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iMuia miner, at .new aiarKet.
Mrs. John Capllnger Is entertaining
her mother, Mrs. Lewis, of Drbana.
Geo. Capllnger and family, Chas. lgo
,and family, Misses Ella and Lillian
lgo and viola and Fay Ferguson and
Wendell lgo spent Sunday afternoon
at the home of J. C. Larrlck.
Mrs. John Prlne Is quite sick.
Alva Wilkin, wife and daughter,
Miss Elsie, spent Sunday with Curtis
Botroff and family.
Milt Hillard, who has been sick, is
Mrs. John Sanders and Mrs. C. D.
Vance called on Annie lgo Friday af
ternoon. Geo. Capllnger and J. C. Larrlck
were business visitors at Flat Bun,
April 27, 1914.
Mrs. Jane Stults returhed home on
Sunday, after spending a few days
with her daughter, Mrs. Elmer Cam
eron, near Marshall.
C. A. Bhoads and Arthur Beed were
business visitors in Bainbrluge Satyr
day and Mr. Beed purchased a new
Mrs. Blanch Cartwrlght spjnt Tues
day with her parents. Her sister,
Miss Grace, accompanied her home
and stayed until Friday.
J. O. Stults and wife attended the
funeral of Curt Elliott's child, of near
C. A. Bhoads and wife and Mrs!
James Bobb spent -Sunday with J. P.
Havens and family
Dr. Chapman and wife, of Sinking
Spring, spent Sunday with H. V.
Matthews and wife.
Miss Osle Deardoil was the guest of
hercousln, Mis3 Eva Bhoads, Satur
day. Fred Bhoads was a business visitor
in Bainbridge Saturday.
Walter Parker, the assessor, was In
this vicinity Thursday. '
Carl Phillips and wife and children,
of Sinking Spring, spent Sunday af
ternoon with, their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Wm.-Countryman.
Miss Jane Havens spent from Fri
day until Sunday with relatives at
J. J. Butler and wife and son, of
Sinking Spring, were guests of C. A
Bhoads and wife from Friday till Sun
day. Mrs. Anna Bhoads and children
spent Thursday with Mrs. Anna
Mrs. Louisa Lawson spent a-couple
of days last week with her daughter,
Mrs. Laura Johnson, in Beech Flatts.
Bessie Deardoff spent Sunday with
her cousin, Herman Boads.
April 27, 1914.
Ray Vaughan and wife and two
children, of Fairfax, have been visiting
the former's parents here.
Lew Igo'and son and N, W. lgo spent
Sunday with Godfrey Wilkin and wife.
Mrs. H. E. Marlott called on Matilda
Booth Sunday afternoon.
Several from here atteffad the ex
hibition at Point Victory Saturday
Amy lgo called on Ruth Hoss Sun
day afternoon. .
Chlldrens Day will be observed at
the Christian church, June 17.
Most disfiguring skin eruptions
scrofula, pimples, rashes, etc., are due
to Impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit
ters as a cleansing blood tonic, is well
recommended. II at all stores, adv
MORE THAN 200 ROOM-SIZE RUGS FOR
YOU TO SELECT FROM NOW j
, Select Your Rugs Now
If you are not quite ready for them now we I
will keep them for you and deliver them when
you are ready.
I EXTRA SPECIAL THIS WEEK I
One lot of
that others sell for $10.00
Our price this week . . . . .
Beautiful designs. Our
price this week . . .
s Let us show you the difference between our
Lace Curtains at $1.00 and the ordinary kind, j
I HAVE YOU AN ODD SIZE ROOM? 1
WE CAN FIT. IT. j
Our Carpet Department is on the first floor 1
Our Carpet Department is as light as day- 1
light can make it. 1
We have more Carpets and Room Size Rugs
to select from than any other carpet store in
the county. Come in and let us prove it.
All our Rugs and Carpets are the new
Spring designs. Come in and let us show you
the difference. . ,
Our Carpets and Rugs are-all new.
Our Carpets and Rugs are. lower in price.
Our Carpet Department is on the first floor.
Our Carpet Department is as light as day
light can make it. -
These are the reasons that our Carpet De
partment is so busy.
South High St.
Room - size Rugs,
the same Rug
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