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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914.
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J, Hi Johnson, of Cincinnati, spent
Saturday with relatives here.
Mrs. A. T. Thomas went to Peru,
Ind Friday, to visit her sister.
A son was born to Dr. and Mrs. W.
R. Lukens, Friday:
0. M. Lacy spent Saturday and Sun
day with his mother at Lynchburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bayloss.of Marlon,
Ind., are visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. Sargent, of Norwood,
spent Sunday with E. D. Dines.
Mr. and Mrs. David Brown, of Cin
cinnati, spent Sunday with Thomas
Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. 8pargur will
go to 'Cleveland- today to visit their
daughter, Mrs. H. H. McKeehan.
Mr. and Mrs Charles D. Johnson, of
Greenfield, were the guests of relatives
here Sunday.
Donald Scott has gone to New York
to begin work on an automobile road
map of that state.
Miss Faith Glenn went to Glendale
Wednesday for a few days visit with
friends.
Miss Margaret Richards, of Sablna,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Burch
Rlber, Saturday and Sunday.
J. W. Watts is a candidate for the
Republican nomination for prosecut
ing attorney.
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Judge J. B. Worley and George M.
Whisler were in Greenfield Tuesday
afternoon and night In business.
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James McDermott, Jr., returned to
Indianapolis Sunday to resume his
studies in a school of printing.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carey spent
Saturday and Sunday with relatives
at Pricetown.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gross and
children visited relatives at Hamilton,
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Lena Kent was the guest of
Miss Sylvia Sanders, at Samantha,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ramsden and
children were theguests of relatives
in Cincinnati, Saturday and Sunday.
John Gains, of Norwood, was the
cuest of relatives here from Friday
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Rodcs attended
the marrlapo of the former's niece,
Miss EfU Rodes, at Anderson, Tues
day evening.
On the bargain counter, one Oliver
Riding Cultivator) one second hand
.Hamilton Biding Cultivator
adv J. G. ueli,
until Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. TO.. Meneley were
the guests of the former's mother, at
Cherry Fork, Sunday, j
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Boulware were
the guestsof relatives at Williamsburg
from Saturday until Monday.
Miss Anna Steele went to Cleveland
Friday to Bpend the summer with her
sister, Mrs. Walter Merrick.
Miss Florence Jones, of Leesburg,
visited friends here Friday and Satur
day and attended the Commencement
Dance Friday night,
.
Misses Anna and Grace Hopkins, of
Barberton, have been 'the guests of
their brothers, Ova and John, since
Friday. .
C. C. Roush and family were the
guestsof Mrs. Roush's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Tedrick, at Price
town, Saturday and Sunday.
The Memorial Servlcesof the Modern
Woodmen will bo held at the Christian
church Sunday. Rev. B. F. Smith
will deliver the sermon.
Dr. and Mrs. Burch West, of Day
ton, were guests of the former's
father, W A. West, north of town,
over Sunday.
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Miss Florence Harsha, of Harsha
vllle, was the guest of Capt. and Mrs.
Paul Harsha, from Friday until Mon
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Wadllngton,
of Shelbyvllle, Ky., returned home
Sunday after a few days visit with the
latter's aunt, Mrs. O. N Garrett.
Mrs. Ralph Mitchell and children,
of Cleveland, will arrive here today for
a visit with Mrs. Mitchell's parents,
Col. and Mrs. L. B. Boyd.
Prof. Lee Gutrldge went to Newark
Tufisdav to visit relatives. He will
return here Sunday and will teach In
the Normal School.
Walter Klncld went to Columbus
Wednesday to attend the State Con
vention of Undertakers and Em
balmers.
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Miss Adlna Head, teacherof Domes
tic Science In the Hlllsboro schools,
went to Highland Tuesday to spend
the summer vacation
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Iseminger and
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Foster, of Middle-
town, were guests of Dr. and Mrs.
W. H. Shields Saturday and Sunday.
The Ladles Aid of Dunn's Chapel
will hold a markec at the Union Gro
cery Saturday, June 6, at9:30. Cake,
bread, cottage cheese and other good
things will be on sale.
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Philip C. Berg and O. N. Sams went
to Cleveland Tuesday to attend a cau
cus of the bankers of Ohio in regard
to the organization or the Federal
Reserve Bench for this district.
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An ice cream supper will be held at
the Boston school house on Saturday
night, June 6th, and a beautiful silk
quilt will be sold at the supper. Bene
fit for Christian Church.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Egbert and son,
of College mill, Cincinnati, were the
guests of Mrs. Egbert's parents, air
and Mrs. H. A. Zink, from Friday
until Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rockel and lit
tie daughter, of Cincinnati, were the
guestsof the former's mother here,
Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Rockel re
turned home Sunday, Mrs. Rockel and
daughter remaining for a few days.
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Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hlestand, of Co
lumbus, were the guests of the former's
sister, Mrs. Will Reed, from Friday
until Monday. Mr. Hlestand returned
home Monday, but Mrs. Hlestand re
mained for a few weeks visit.
Misses Lucille Rldgway and Lora
Underwood were entertained by Miss
Mary Jones, of Samantha, Saturday
and Sunday.
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Judge and Mrs. T. M. Watts returned
Tuesday from a visit with their daugh
ter, Mrs. J. Edgar Ware, at Lynch
burg, Va. t
Prof, and Mrs. E. L. Porter, of
West Jefferson, called on friends here
Tuesday. They had been visiting
relatives at Mowrystown. Prof. Por
ter was a former resident or this
county and Is now superintendent of
the West Jefferson public schools. He
has rapidly advanced In his chosen
profession.
A very pleasant dance was enjoyed
by the young people at Bell's Hall
Friday njght. Twenty-three couples
were present. Frank Horstman, of
Washington C. H., and Howard Rains
furnished the music, piano and drums.
Jesse T. Allen, of Lynchburg, was
appointed a State Highway and Bridge
Inspector by State Highway commis
sioner Marker last week. He began
work at once being assigned to the
territory around Zanesvllle.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Beecher, Mrs.
John C. Spargur, Miss Lucille Hugglns
and A. E. Hough went to Louisville,
Kv.. Sundav. Mrs. Spargur went on
to Henderson, Ky , for a visit with
relatives. The othor members of the
party returned home Tuesday. The
trip was made In Mr. Beecher's automobile.
Copyright Hart Sihaffner & Marx
Special Sale of Extraordinary Values in
Suits for Men and Young Men atf$1 0.00
We offer you at thisjprice the best
suit ot clothes your money will buy-a
signed guarantee for all wool and
lasting service. These suits will cost
you from $2.50 to $5.00 more-in any
other store.
AT $12.50 AND $13.00
The qualities are unsurpassed.
All the leading new styles, including
Blue Serge. Don't fail to see these
suits before you buy. We are show
ing some extra values at these prices
and will save you from $2.50 to $5
on every suit.
WHY CAN WE SELL FOR LESS?
Because our system of quantity buy
ing for three good big stores enables
us to buy at the lowest possible price.
PEGIAL SALE OF CHILEREN'S WASH SUITS
Beginning Saturday, June 6, and lasting for just one week,
we will offer the following reductions on children's wash suits:
50c Suits
75c Suits
39c
59c
.00 Suits
.50 Suits
79c
$1.15
$2.00 Suits
$2.50 Suits
$1.50
$1.98
If you want to buy Wash Suits for the small boys, don't miss this opportunity
THE IRON CLAD
HILLSBORO, OHIO.
NORTH VERNON, IND.
GREENSBURG, IND.
ROYAL
BAKING
Absolutely Pur&
Absolutely has no substitute
Many mixtures are offered as
substitutes for Royal. No other
baking powder is the same in
composition or effectiveness, or
so wholesome and economical,
nor will make such fine food.
Royal is the only Baking Powder made
from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Brooks White, Tuesday.
Countv Tax Assessor McMullen was
In Columbus Tuesday and Wednesday
on business connected with his otllce.
O.N. Winkle Is In
week collecting taxes.
companled him.
Greenfield this
His wife
A daughter was born to Prof, and
Mrs. Fay McMullen, of Columbiana,
Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Lewis returned to her home In
Columbus Tuesday, after a week's
visit with ner daughter, Mrs. W. R.
Lukens.
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Miss Mary Kinney Reed and Bertha
Boll went to Portsmouth Wednesday
to visit relatives.
Miss Elizabeth Roads, who has been
teaching at Marllnton, W. Va., Is at
home for the summer vacation.
Miss Ruth Thomas is visiting rela
tives at Washington 0. H. and Colum
bus. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holmes hare
as their guest Joseph Goode, of Milo,
Io.
Miss Mary Scanlon, of St. Martins,
who has been visiting Miss Rosemary
Carroll, returned home Saturday.
Miss Lucy Edmlnston spent Satur
day and Sunday with relatives at
Harrison.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Miller and chil
dren visited relatives at Winchester
Saturday and Sunday.
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Vance are
visiting relatives at Buford, Mt. Orab
and Mowrystown.
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Mayor James Cahlll, Walter S. Bar
rett and George Spencer, of Chilli
cothe, were here Tuesday afternoon.
John Engbers, of Cincinnati, visited
his daughter, Mrs. James Wlnegard-
ner, Sunday and Monday.
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Wilbur McK. White, who gradu
ated last week from Marrietta College
Is at home.
Miss Georgetta Hill, of Columbus,
and Mrs Harry Murphy, of Lynch
burg, spent Sunday with their
brother, Frank Hill.
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Roy Gustln, of Columbus, spent
Saturday and Sunday here with his
wife, who is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Ballentlne.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Wyatt, of
Portsmouth, are the guests of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
nilllard.
You can get fertilizer
the Hlllsboro Hdw. Co.
any time a
(4-14) adv
The Post Ofllce Department has
issued an edict against the envelope
with a transparent space through
which the name and address may be
read from an Inside enclosure. Care
less folding of enclosures Is the cause.
The edict Is effective after July 1.
Notice
John Pfarr will clean and press ana
mend that suit until it will Iook u
good as new. 1 also do dry cleanini'.
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
Shop. adv
Germany has CO towns where women
are employed as policewomen
COUNT THE SAVINGS-
YOU WHO ARE HOW STARTING HOUStftttPINlj
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Mrs. James W. Smith and daughter,
Miss Edith, returned Monday from a
weeks stay at the Adams County Min
eral Springs
Miss Lorena Garrison, one of the
High School teachers, went to her
home at Lancaster, Monday, to spend
the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carroll and
daughter visited friends at Ports
mouth a few days the first of the
week.
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Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Orebaugh have
been visiting their daughter, Mrs.
Charles Pence, at Dayton, the past
week.
Mrs. Clyae Stanforth and children,
of Oakley, are visiting the former's
mother, Mrs. Ida Soale. Mr. btan-
forth was here over Sunday.
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Miss Grace Duokwall, who has been
teaching In the Wayne township
school Is at home for the summer va
cation. Bhe has been reemployed for
next year.
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Our S
JEffi&or&O&g TO-DAY
ummer Service
Is going to be IT this year. We intend to
hannle all all varieties of summer goods.'
Something new each week. Watch our ads.
Conard's Grocery
The Place where you always get the BEST.
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