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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBQRO, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1914.
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Mrs. Lyman Deecher spent Saturday
In Cincinnati.
Flelshmann's Yeast at Go ard's
Grocery. adv
O. Q. Morrow was in Dayton Situr-
aay on business.
Flelshmann's Yeast at Conard's
Grocery. adv
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Samuel Campbell, of , Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. C. C. Patterson has returned
from a visit with relatives at Newark
Miss Kate Burke Is visiting lelatives
in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Hies and and
children spent Sunday In Dayton.
Flelshmann's Yeast at Conard's
Grocery. adv
B. W. Muntz was the guest of his
brother, Ed., in Oakley, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Barrett and Mr.
and Mrs Charles Moore spent Sunday
in Dayton.
Mrs. H. S. McClure Is visiting her
son, Dr. Clarence McClure, In Detroit,
Mich.
Mrs. Earl Rtzer Is visiting her daugh
ter, Miss Ruth, who Is attending Ohio
Wesleyan University at Delaware.
Mr. and Mrs. James Nevln are the
guests of their sons In Washington,
O. H.
C F. Whisler Is rebuilding his veneer
mill, which was recently destoyed by
tire.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Bogers returned
Friday from a visit with relatives in
Ross county.
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Smith went to
Kalamazoo, Mich.. Monday, for a ten
days visit with relatives.
Miss Marjory Wilson left Monday
for Lutherville, Md., where she will
attend Maryland College.
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Mrs. Martha Beard, of Hlllsboro,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mary
E. Skeen, east of town, Thursday.
Miss Martha Spencer, Miss Margaret
Barrere, Fred Lafferty and Walter
Kincaid spent Sunday at Maple Grove.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemon and
daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. L. C. Stock well, of Danville.
Mrs. 0. N. Winkle is spending this
week with Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Winkle,
of East Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gavey spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Patterson south of town.
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Farls returned
Saturday from a short visit with Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Srope, of Dayton.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Meneley and
daughter spent Sunday with the form
er's mother at Cherry Fork.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fairley and son,
Herman, were the guests of friends in
GreenLeld, Sunday.
Mrs. Neal Waddell, of Greenfield, Is
the guest of Mrs. Lyman Beecher.
She will return home this evening.
Comfort and economy make happy
homes. You get both by using Cole's
Hot Blast Heaters. adv
Miss Ruth Dawson will entertain a
company of ladles with a luncheon and
bridge today.
Mrs. A. E Thornburg and daugh
ter, Miss Jessie, have returned from a
visit with friends in Cleveland.
Miss Ella Patterson, who has been
visiting relatives in Detroit, Mich.,
and Cleveland, returned home Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Currie are visit
ing the former's parents at Potsdam,
N. Y.
Mrs. Mary Walker is spending this
week with her daughter, Mrs. Clark
Cadwallader, near South Liberty.
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Mrs. Roy A. Haynes gave a very de
lightful luncheon Tuesday afternoon
for a company of ladles.
Mrs. J. C. Larkln was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. H. H. Suydam, in
Cincinnati, a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Hetherington
have as their guest theformer's sister,
Mrs. Mary Kempf, of Cincinnati.
Dr. H. M. Brown has been selected
as a cattle judge at tho Texas Exposi
tion to be held at Ft. Worth, Texas,
Oct. 12.
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Vance were
the guests of the latter's parents at
Mt. Orabfrom Saturday until Monday
evening.
Mrs. O. 0. Roushand daughters and
Miss Llllle Tedrlck were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tedrlck. of
Prlcetown, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. RobertfVance returned
to their home in West Union Sunday,
after a short visit with the former's
sister, Mrs. F. L. Lemon.
Bruce Head returned to his home In
Dayton Sunday, after a short visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James
Head,
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What Class are
There are three classes of
apparel buyers, whether for shirts,
hats, shoes, suits, overcoats or any
thing else.
First is the man who is a
"bug" on dress thinks he has to
have everything made to order or
he won't look well.
Next is
the fellow who buys clothes just
because he has to wear them, not
caring about style, comfort or wear
ing qualities.
The third class is made
' up of men who are particular in their
dress, but who know that ready-to-put-on
clothes are satisfactory in
every way, easier to buy, and less
expensive.
E. XL McCLURE & CO.
Mrs. Hugh Gonwell and daughter,
of Washington C. n., are visiting the
former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Kesler.
Mrs. August Schlaepfer, of Evans-
vllle, Ind., and Miss Anne Rankin, of
Henderson, Ky., are the guests of Mrs.
John C. Spargur.
Mrs. John C. Spargur entertained
with a tea Wednesday afternoon for
her guests, Mrs. Schlaepfer and Miss
Rankin.
Mr. and Mrs. Hardin Roads, of
Muncle, Ind., have been the guests of
the former's brother, Noah Roads, and
other relatives the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jv A. Miller and child
ren have removed to Winchester. Mr.
Miller was the manager of the local
Bell telephone exchange.
Miss Minnie B. Skeen, of Carmel,
was the guest of her grandmother, Mrs.
Mrs. Mary E. Skeen, east of town, the
past week.
Mrs. William F. Allen, Misses Luclle
Hugglns, Anna Steele and Margaret
Fatton and Norman B. Beecher spent
Friday in Cincinnati. .
Miss Marie McMullen went to San-
dusky Monday to attend the wedding
or one or her college menus. She will
play the wedding march.
Miss Mabel Smith, who Is teaching
in the Highland public school, spent
Saturday and Sunday with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Smith.
John Engbers, of Cincinnati, and
son, Harry, of Newport, Ky., were the
guests of the former's daughter, Mrs.
James WInegardner, Sunday.
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the other extreme- ,f yu'n d"op in this week
THEIRONCLAD
R. L. Boulware and family have
moved from E. Pleasant street to the
house recently purchased from Capt.
Paul narsha, on S. West street.
The Chautauqua meeting called for
Monday night at the court house was
postponed until Saturday night at 7
o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Johnsonand
daughter, Myra, Capt and Mrs. Earle
V. Miller and Prof. A. L Edglngton
spent Sunday at Washington C. H.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Ellis, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kaln and daughter and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McNutt, of
Williamsburg, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. L. F. Boulware.
Charles Davis and family have
moved from the Doggett property on
W. South street to the Rudislll prop
erty on the corner of West and Wal
nut streets.
Mrs. D. D. Iliestand has as her
guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
M. Herrell, of Urlch, Mo.
FRESH OYSTERS
Direct Shipment from
Baltimore twice each
week.
Standards, per pint 20c
Selects, per pint 25c
XTbe Smoker
Both Phones 120 W. Main st.
you in?
The Marshall W. C. T. U. will meet
at the M. E. church Tuesday Oct. 6,
at 2 p. m. Mrs. J. A. Gall will have
charge of the program. Everybody
cordially Invited.
Mrs. C. W. Compton and little daugh
ter returned to their home In Mt.
Sterling, Ky., Friday, after a visit with
the former's mother, Mrs. A. Evans.
Ms. Evans accompanied them to
Cincinnati.
D. C. Cannon, of Penn township, Is
the member of the U. S. grand jury
for the Southern District of Ohio, from
Highland county. Daniel B. Scott, of
Hlllsboro, was drawn on the U. S.
petit jury.
The neighbors and friends of Mr.
and Mrs. George Devltt gave them a
surprise party at their new home on
W. PJeasant street Saturday night.
Light refreshments were served.
Miss Alice Hane, of Marion, arrived
here Thursday to stay with her niece
and nephew, Virginia and Charles Bell,
during the absence of their parents in
England.
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Roush and daugh
ter, Miss Josephine, and Miss Ersyl
Walker spent Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. Clark Cadwallader, near South
Liberty.
That part of the story of the Million
Dollar Mystery which will be shown
at the Orpheum tonight appears in
this issue of Tue News-Herald.
John Beaton, who went to Europe
with Dr. Brown to purchase horses in
Belgium and France, returned here
Sunday.
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LOTHCRAFT
Wool Clothe
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We are in business for
the third class, and are converting
many from the other two because
we can convince them that in our
store they will find the excellent
qualities they look for, and their dol
lars will go farther.
we will convince you in a short
time.
In men's suits and overcoats
Clothcraft Clothes are actually a
big surprise. Their style, fit, all
wool material, and long life
have won many to our way of
thinking. that you can be entirely
satisfied in Clothcraft Clothes.
HILLSBORO, OHIO
Miss Madge Utman, who has been I
visiting relatives in Cleveland, has re-1
turned home. '
Dr. W. J. McSurely, of Oxford, was
the guest of Mrs. L. H. Dill while1
here to attend the meeting of Presby
tery. I
Mr. and Mrs. Overton Hire, of i
Greenfield, were the guests of the lat-1
ter's sister, Mrs. Ray McBride, Sun
day. I
Hon. and Mrs. J. J. Pugsley will
give a dinner and bridge this evening
for the guests of Mrs. J. C. Spargur, '
Mrs. Schlaeper and Miss Rankin.
The tire department was called to
the home of W. C. Cowman on W.
Walnut street Wednesday morning.
A small blaze had started in the roof
of the house, caused by sparks from a
chimney. It was extinguished with
small loss. '
A District School of the Improved
Order of Red Men was held here last
week. The following district olllcers I
were elected : II. L. Lukemlre, DIs-1
trlct Chief ; W. W. Ross, Lynchburg, .
Senior Sagamore ; Frank Malott, Sar-1
dlnla, Junior Sagamore ; C. N. Wink-1
le, Chief of Records ; W. A. Noble,
Lynchburg, Prophet ; C. C. Redkey,
Ralnsboro, Keeper of Wampum. '
Great Sachem, Charles E. Baker, of j
Stubenvllle, was present and deliver
ed an address. The next district
meeting will be held at Lynchbnrg.
Royal Arcanum Notice.
All members of Hlllsboro Council
No. 435 R. A are urged to be present
at next regular meeting, Tuesday
night, October 6, at 7:30.
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FOR SALE
Several second hand buggies
and runabouts. These vehicles
have been overhauled, repainted
and rubber tired. They are prac
tically as good as new. We need
the room and will sell them at a
low price.
THE M. F. CARROLL & SONS
COMPANY
HILLSBORO, OHIO
FOR SALE
Independent Pack
ers Fertilizer.
A good supply on
hand.
A, L CARR, Taylorsville, 0,
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