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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JUNE 25, 1914.
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Walter Kincald was la Cincinnati
'on business Monday.
Donald Durnell attended a dance at
Washington 0. !!., Friday night.
Misses Mildred Morgan and Bertha
Bell spent Monday in ' Cincinnati.
'Mrs. George W. Gill, of Columbus,
is visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Pugsley
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Mrs. A. T. Thomas returned last
week from a visit with her sister at
Peru, Ind.
Miss Clara Olive Davis, of Bain
bridge, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J.
W. Watts.
Miles Townsend and J. S. S. Riley,
of Greenfield, were here on legal busi
ness Monday.
Miss Lida Shack, of Columbus, has
been vlsltlne her aunt, Mrs. Henry
Schweinsberger, the past week.
Miss Naomi Roads went to Eagles
burg, Pa., Monday to attend the Col
lege Girls Convention.
John Hopkins went to Oxford Mon
day to take a six weeks course in
Manuel Training.
Mrs. Harold Hill and daughter, of
Cleveland, are visiting Mrs. Hill's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al. Strain.
Miss Anna Evans returned Tuesday
from a visit with Mrs. Harley Wilkin,
at Washington C. H.
Fred Hlbben returned to Cleveland
Sunday, after a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hlbben.
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Will Hiestand, of Columbus, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. Will
Reed.
Mrs. Charles Finnegan, of Dallas,
was a guest of Judge and Mrs. J. B.
Worley, Sunday.
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Miss Kitty Barrere, of Los Angeles,
Cal., Is visiting Mrs. George W. Bar
rere, Sr., and other relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Shaw visited
relatives in Springfield, Sunday and
Monday. They made the trip by motor.
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Miss Magrite Carlln, of Blanchester,
has been visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Thomas Dillon, for a week.
Miss Nelle Nelson, who is a teacher
in the Madisonville schools, Is at home
for the summer vacation.
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MlssLuellaCrugar, of Madisonville,
was the guest of Miss Ellen Steele
from Saturday until Monday.
Ralph Sams, who Is attending Miami
University, is spending his vacation
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N.
Sams.
Miss Mildred Morgan' entertained a
number of her voung friends with a
very pleasant dance at the Parish
House Saturday night.
Misses June Doorley, Anne Hanlon
and Mary Feike, who are attending
Miami University, are at home for
the summer vacation.
Prof. Harvey Conard, of Toronto,
visited friends here a few days last
week. Prof. Conard expects to return
to Ohio this fall.
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RalDh Mitchell, of Cleveland, spent
Sunday, with his wife and children,
who are visiting Mrs. Mitchell's par
ents, Col. and Mrs. L. B. Boyd.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCoppln and
son, of Balnbridge, and Will Watts, of
Waverly, visited the latter's parents,
Judge and Mrs. T. M. Watts, Sunday.
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Julian Patton, of Newport News,
Va., was the guest of his uncle, Daniel
Morgan, the past week. He returned
home Monday.
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Mrs. Reynolds and Miss Brooks re
turned to their home in Columbus,
Monday, after a visit with Mrs. S. P.
Scott.
THE FACT THAT WHEN WE ADVERTISE A GUT PRICE SALE
We Sell Just As We Adverti
Was fully demonstrated last Saturday, our opening day, when people
responded from miles away taking advantage of the wonderful
savings. Never before in the history of our business, have we offered
such low prices on all new, first quality, dependable merchandise at
this season of the year. But we must reduce our stock and take this
plan to do it.
Remember This Sale Positively Ends July 4th.
IRON-CLAD
Hillsboro, Ohio.
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E. H. McClure & Go.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Mossbarger and
two sons, of Greenfield, spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Judge and
Mrs. J. B. Worley.
Mrs. Lulu Barrere went to Cincin
nati Monday for a visit with relatives.
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Mrs. Isaac Mahan, of St Louis, Mo.,
has been visiting Mrs. George Barrere
Sr., since Tuesday.
Prof. Pearce McMullen, who Is teach
lng at Cambridge, Is at home for the
summer vacation.
Clarence Groves, who has been em
ployed at Hamilton, is at home for the
summer.
Vernon Falrley, who has been at
tending Miami University, is at home
for the summer vacation.
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Ervln Evans, who Is attending Ohio
State University, is at home for the
summer vacation.
Mrs. Frank Durnell and sbn, Donald,
who have been In Columbus where the
latter was attending college, are here
for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Landess and
daughter, Miss Mildred, spent Satur
day night and Sunday with relatives
at Danville.
John Ballentine has entered the U.
S. Naval Academy, at Annapolis, Md.
Mrs. C. S. Bell has been visiting
Mrs. Thayer in Cincinnati the past
week.
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The Owl Club opened its annual
camp on the farm of J. W. Scott, near
the Point, on Thursday.
Mrs. Z. E. England has been visiting
relatives at Canal Winchester the
past week.
W. N. Dumenll and daughter, Miss
Ruth, of Lynchburg, were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Clark Ogden, Sunday.
Miss Mary Tuder, of St. John's,
Kan., is visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. A. A. Bean, and other relatives
here.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Edgar, of Chica
go, and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Edgar and
son, of Troy, were guests of Mrs. J. J.
Brown, a few days last week.
Roy McElhaney, of Portsmouth, was
In this county several days last week
in the Interests of his candidacy for
the Republican nomination for congress.
A. A. Noble and family have moved
here from Marshall and are living on
S. West street.
Harry Roads, who is a student at
Ohio State, is at home for the sum
mer vacation.
Miss Mabel Smith, who graduated
last week from Western College at
Oxford, Is spending her summer vaca
tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Smith.
Mrs. Bertha Anderson, who has been
visiting Dr. and Mrs. S. R. Howard,
returned to her home in Chicago last
week.
S. W. Hiestand returned to his home
in Columbus Sunday after a few days
visit with his sister, Mrs. Will Reed.
He was accompanied by his two
nephews, Joseph and Samuel Reed,
who will make him a visit.
Miss Goldle Lawrey, who has been
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hamlin Smith,
returned to her home in Zanesvlhe,
Sunday.
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Miss Mittle Tener had as her guest
Monday Mrs. L. N. Hockett, of Pasa
dena, Cal.
Miss Jessie Mullenix visited at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Cunning
ham, at Berryvllle, Saturday and Sun
day. George Mauntell and daughters,
Misses Goldle and Ruth, visited Mr.
and Mrs. James Hunter at Lynchburgi
Sunday.
The Paint Township Patterson
Uommencement will be held at New
Petersburg, Friday evening, July 3.
D. A. McCall is the teacher in charge.
Mrs. Charles W. Scott entertained
with cards Saturday for Mrs. Reynolds,
of Columbus, who Is a guest of Mrs.
S. P. Scott.
Miss Grace G. Gardner, who has
been teaching vocal music In the
Cincinnati- College of Music, is at
home for the summer vacation.
The Patterson Commencement for
Liberty township will be held at the
M. E. church on Thursday, July 2.
Miss Carrie Easter will have charge of
the exercises.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Barrett and Miss
Alice LaHerty returned Sunday from
Columbus, where they attended the
commencement exercises of Ohio State
University. Mr. ana Mrs. Barrett's
son, William, was a member of the
graduating class.
Willard Wilson and Miss Cinderella
Richards, who have been attending
Wooster College, returned home last
week for the summer vacation. Mr.
Wilson graduated last week.
William D. Groves, aged 72 years,
died at his home at Dallas Sunday
night, after a lingering Illness. The
funeral services were held Tuesday at
the Dallas M. E. church.
Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dean, Mr and
Mrs. Clarence Lepley, Mr. and Mrs.
John S. Faris and daughter, Miss
Madge, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Faris and
Miss Lucille Ridgeway motored to Ft.
Hill Sunday and spent the day.
Mr. and Mrs. Rush E. Evans, of
Dayton, arrived here Sunday for a vis
it with Miss Cora E. Bell. Mr. Evans
took his mother, Mrs. Alphonso Hart,
who has been visiting Mrs. J. W.
Evans, to the Adams County Mineral
Springs Monday for a weeks stay.
Mrs. Paul Ilarsha has as her guests
Mrs. Roy Janes, of Cleveland, Miss
Jean McNellle, of Columbus, and Mrs.
Johannas Mlnneman, of Berry, Pa.
She will give a party on Thursday
morning for her guests and Mrs. Sam
uel Evans, of Washington 0. H., who
Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John Hiestand.
Capt. II. D. Hack attended the
State Encampment of United Spanish
War Veterans at Chlllicothe, Tues
day and Wednesday. He was the
e from the local camp.
Miss Marjorle Lewis, of Columbus,
has been visiting her sister, Mrs. W.
R. Lukens, since Saturday.
Misses Anna and Ellen Dawson will
entertain with a dinner party this
evening at six o'clock.
Mrs. John McMullen has been visit
ing her daughter in Columbus since
Monday.
Frank Welty and family, of Lees
burg, visited Mr and Mrs. Frank
Willlson, south of town, Sunday.
Mrs. Clara Brunner and children
have been visiting relatives at George
town the past week
Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Ayres, of Cin
cinnati, are visiting the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Ayres.
E. G. Kincald, of Los Angeles, Cal.,
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James
Reece Thursday and Friday.
Miss Martha Shannon was the guest
of her uncle, J. W. Watts, at Rains
boro, the past week.
Mrs. Arthur Buck was the guest of
Mrs. Harry Murphy, of Lynchburg,
Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Berryman spent
Saturday and Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. Frank Pfister, at
Lynchburg.
Mrs. Malinda Klnzer and little son,
Arthur Roy, have returned home from
a weeks visit with John Klnzer and
family, near Careytown.
Roy W. Spargur, a former resident
of this county, died Monday in a hos
pital at Modesto, Cal. He was a
brother of Mrs. J. W. Watts, of this
place.
Mrs. Ella Duvall had as her guests
a few days last week Mrs. John
Chaney of Blanchester, and Miss Maud
Cochran, of Middletown.
Fay Roads, who has been attending
Ohio Wesleyan Unlversitv. was tm
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
B. Roads, last week.
Judge and Mrs. Marcus SIioud and
children, of Xenia, spent Sunda with
mrs. biioup's brother, Edward Ma-hanna.
The members of the Methodist Sun
day School had a delightful picnic on
the Vanzant farm Monday. One hun
dred and sixty were present.
Mr. and Mrs. George Mead and son
and Miss Alice McNally, of Cincin
nati, spent Sunday With Joseph Dun
ohoo, going to the Caves in the atier-noon.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holmej and
John McMullen went to East Liver
pool Monday to attend the State Eq
campment of the G. A. R.
The Ladies Aid Society of the Car
mel M. E. Church will have an ice
cream social at the new school house,
Saturday evening, June 27.
Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Hoyt and son
returned Monday from a visit with
relatives of Mrs. Hoyt, at German-town.
Misses Helen Zink and Sara Walker
entertained with cards Tuesday morn
ing for Miss Susan Gore, at the home
of Miss Zink.
W. N. Roads, superintendent of the
Western Foundry and Machine Co.,
of Okmulgee, Okla., is the guesc of his
mother, Mrs. LaRue Roads.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Spargur re.
turned Monday from a visit w Iili their
daughter, Mrs. U. H. McKeeJun, at
Cleveland.
Mrs. W. F. Kibler entertained with
a children's party Monday attenuon
for her niece, Miss Elizabeth eFevie,
of Denver, Col.
A team from the Normol School
played the Hillsboro second team on
Tuesday afternoon, the Normal boys
winning 11 to 0. John Bunn pitched
for the Normal and was entirely too
good for his opponents.

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