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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1914.
Selman Mackey wants to sell a noarly
pew 31 Inch tiro Farm Wagon. adv
Isma Troth, of Lynchburg, was a
business visitor hore Monday.
You can tret fertilizer any time a
HlllsboroIIardwareCo. adv (10-15)
a John R. Horst, of Columbus, visited
h.s daughter, Mrs. Paul Harsha, Mon
day. i m
Mrs. George W. Gill has returned to
her home In Columbus, after a visit
with her sister, Mrs. J. J. Pugsley.
Mrs. Alice Conard, of New Vienna,
was the guest of her sister, Mrs. N. B.
Lafferty, the past week.
Mrs. Charles E. Haynes gaveapar'y
Friday afternoon for her sister, Mrs.
Hlbben Ervln, of Washington, O. II.
Miss Harriett L. Ayres delivered an
address at Fairmont, W. Va., Thurs
H. 0. Ambrose was the guest of his
daughter, Mrs. Baxter Cunningham,
at Portsmouth, the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. H.
guest last week,
M. Dean had as their
James English, of
Your coal goes a long way when
burned In Cole's Hot Blast Heaters
They are fuel savers.
For croup or sore throat, use Dr.
Thomas' Electric Oil. Two sizes, 25c
and 50c At all drug stores. adv
Miss Ellen Steele and Miss Mills, of
Cincinnati, were guests of the former's
sister, Mrs. uyman Beacher, Saturday
Mrs. E. L. Ferris, who has been
spending the summer here, returned
to her home In New York City, Friday.
Miss Jane Evans went to Jackson
vllle Fla., Thursday, where she will
teach in a college the coming year.
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Currle, who have
been visiting relatives In New York,
returned home Friday.
J. A. Weyer, of Bloomlngsburg, was
the guest of his sister-in-law, Miss
Nannie E. Buntaln, Saturday.
Prof, and Mrs. W. H. Vance and
James Puckett spent Sunday with
I relatives in Buford.
Mrs. Lulu Barrere and daughter,
Miss Margaret, spent Tuesday and
Wednesday in Cincinnati.
Dr. H. V. A. Spargur, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of his parents, Mr. 'and
Mrs. Harry W. Spargur, over Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mains, of
Greenfield, were entertained Sunday
by Judge and Mrs. J. Frank Wilson
The ladles of the Christian church
cleared over 380 on the chicken supper,
given by them Thursday evening.
John Hogsett, of New London, who
has been visiting relatives here, re
turned home Sunday.
Rev, B. F. Smith has gone to Mounds
Vllle, W. Va., for a two weeks visit
with his parents.
Mrs. D D. Woodmansee, of Cincin
nati, was the guest of Miss Cora Bell,
Sunday and Monday.
The day of harsh physics Is gone
People want mild, easy laxatives.
Doan's Begulets have satisfied thous
ands. 25c at all drug stores. adv
Mrs. Garrett L. Wedding and Mrs.
Lon Turner gaav a party Friday after
noon for Mrs. Roy Gustln, of Columbus.
Joseph Chism, of Washington D. C,
was a guest at the home of Catherine
O'Connell, from Saturday until
Eczema spreads rapidly ; itching al
most drives you mad. For quick relief,
Doan's Ointment Is well recommended.
50c at all stores. adv
Miss Elizabeth Hlckle entertained
twenty-two ladles with supper and five
hundred Saturday evening for Mrs.
John W. Le Grande, of Lynchburg,
That part of the story of the Million
Dollar Mystery which will be shown
at the Orpheum tonight appears In
this Issue of Tiik News Herald.
Miss Alice Hane entertained with a
luncheon and bridge Saturday for Mrs.
Schlaepfer and Miss Rankin, the
guests of Mrs. John C. Spargur.
Mrs. August Schlaepfer, of Evans
vllle, Ind., and Miss Anne Rankin, of
llenderson, Ky., retnrned to their
homes Tuesday, after a visit with
Mrs. John C. Spargur.
H. n. Griffith, of the Sablna Motor
Car Co., has opened a branch garage
and salesroom in Wilmington. Mr.
Griffith was formerly In the shoe
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elshoff were
called to Norwood Thursday by the
death of the latter's brother, Alphonse
A, Kassman, which occurred Wednes
day. Mr. Kassman was a traveling
salesman and was known to many
people here, Hlllsboro being in his
There's no time like
You wouldn't buy a
straw hat in Septem
ber. Why wait until
Xmas to buy your
Fall and Winter
If you get them now
you benefit in three
First, you have a wider
variety of styles and
patterns to select from
--a chance to be more individual.
Second, you get more
wear out of the clothes, more value out
of every dollar because they have to be
laid aside when Spring comes.
Third,y ou"slip one over"
on the other fellows by being among
the first to be well dressed for winter,
and comfortable while they shiver in
Right now is the best
time to purchase your
hose, gloves, new suit
and hat. We have a
most complete stock,
smart styles, new pat
terns and colors ---everything
peals to the discrim
The new Hart Schaffher
& Marx and Clothcraft
suits and overcoats are better than ever.
Every one of them is guaranteed all
wool, shape-retaining and serviceable.
That's why we handle the line we
don't have to take a chance, neither do
you. There's a wide variety of styles
and patterns, and the price is always
right-$10 to $25.00.
Be among the wise buy
ers Do it now.
E. H. McClure & Co.
Norman B. Beecher, of New York
City, who has been visiting his parents,
Rev. and Mrs. George B. Beecher, went
to French Lick Springs, Ind., Monday.
If you are interested In the Million
Dollar Mystery you should read the
story as It Is published In the Tim
News-Hebald before seeing the
pictures at the Orpheum Thursday
Mrs. Electa nibbs and son, Joseph,
and Mrs. Sarah McConnaughey went
to Portsmouth Wednesday, where they
will attend the wedding of Miss Anne
Anderson to Mr. Shunway, which will
Miss Mabel Hodson, of Loveland,
and Paul Sanderson, of Lcgan, were
married Oct, 2. Both of these young
people are well known here, the bride
formerly living here and Mr. Sanderson
through frequent vtgats with his broth
er, E. T. Sanderson. They will live in
Samuel Rockel, of Cincinnati, visit
ed his sister, Mrs. Fred Bennett,
Thomas Soale and family have moved
from Folsom to the Priest property on
W. Walnut street.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Landess and
daugtheri Mildred, were the guests of
the former's parents, at Danville,
Mr. and Mrs, O. N. Sams spent Sun
day In Cincinnati.
E, H. McClure was a business visi
tor In Cincinnati Wednesday.
Mrs. Samuel Griffin will leave Mon
day for a ten days visit in Frankfort
and Gary, Ind., and Chicago, 111.
Mrs. George M. Ballentlne gave a
party Tuesday afternoon for her
daughter, Mrs. Roy Gustln, of Columbus.
Miss Helen and William Barrett, of
Columbus, were the guests of their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Barrett,
The State Wide Prohibitionists have
opened attractive headquarters in the
room next door to Dr. Howard's office,
where literature can bo obtained and
arrangements for county and local
work will be promptly attended to.
Every man Interested in the State
Wide Movement Is Invited to call at
headquarters for instruction and help.
New Corn Meal on
sale at all grocers.
Commencing Wednesday, Oct. 14
We will sell 2 Rolls of Velvet Crepe
Toilet Paper for,15c. This is a reg
ular 10c article. Don't miss this sale
as it will only last 10 days.