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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1914.
"I know they
I know they wear
That's what the men and young men
sav when thev come back here for another
STYLEPLUS suit. They are men who know, too.
If you are liable to pay $20 to $25 at some other store
please, for your own good, come here and see
Instead of a line of clothing the makers have made this one suit their chief product. It
Is always the same high qualitv at the same low price $ 1 7.
Moreover, on account of the greater volume output and on account of the scientific
methods continually in force, the quality of STYLEPLUS is always growing higher, but
the low price remains the same.
Why don't you wear this great suit? It represents the new idea in clothes making and
the new values in clothes selling. Fine all-wool fabrics, fine workmanship, guaranteed wear.
We can fit you in suits or overcoats.
Don't be afraid to come in and look Many people want to see
a STYLEPLUS even though they don't want to buy at the time.
SAM R. FREE
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Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Gaddls will move
this week from Elm street to their new
residence on the corner of Vine &
Pleasant street. Isaac Jordan and
family will move from the Belfast
pike to the property vacated by Mr.
and Mrs. Gaddls.
The best by test Is Boden's best
High grade flour always on sale at
Se ph's Cash Grocery. adv
LUXURIA Creamery Butter will
stand the test on your buckwheat
cakes. Give it a trial. On sale at
Selph's Cash Grocery. adv
Mrs. Alonzo Gruber, of Cincinnati,
Is the guest of Mrs. Ad. Koch.
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Miller and son,
Joseph, spent Sunday and Monday in
Where Quality Counts
5 and lOc
To-night-THURSDAY, OCT. 15--To-night
"The Doom of the Auto Bandits"
Number Seven of the Series
"THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY"
$10,000 for 100 Words $10,000
"Mrs, Billington's Case"
From Munsey's Magazine.
"The Winning Trick"
j Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Farls spent Sun
day with the former's mother at
Matinee-FRIDAY, OCT. 15-Night
Every Kid in Town Should See
Look 400 Ponies and 100 Children Look
Grownups will enjoy it also. It will take you back to
those good old "kid" days. Big Special Matinee at 2:30
p. m. School children under High School age 5c. Night
prices 5 and 10c.
Little Mary Pickford and the Hearst-Selig Weekly
added to program at night. The latter contains interest
ing Boy Scout and European War Scenes.
Matinee SATURDAY, OCT. 17 Night
"ROMANCE OF THE PUEBLO" -
Big Indian Picture Biograph
"WHEN THE COOJC FAILED"
A Corking Good Western Comedy.
"THE PARENT STRAIN"
A Western with a Punch.
A Vitagraph Real Comedy.
Bran, Middlings, CracKed Corn,
Shelled Corn, Wheat and Chicken
Chowder always on sale at Selph's
Cash Grocery. adv
Misses Ruth Foust and Mary Gossett,
Ben Blown and Hoyt Leinlnger, of
Prlcetown, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Glenn Farls, Sunday.
Dr W. R. Lukens and family will
move from S. West street to the prop
erty of Walter Doggett, on W. South
street next week.
Notice of Appointment.
Estate of L. D Strain, deceased.
John Matthews has been appointed and
qualified as executor ot the estate of L. D.
btrain, late of Highland county, Ohio, de
ceased. Dated this 2nd day of October, A.
g. 19H. J. B. Woblev,
D. Q Morrow, Attorney. Probate Judge.
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Shirley left
Sunday on a trip to Cleveland and
October 12, 1914.
H. W. Vance returned to his home
in HUlsboro Saturday.
Several from here attended a sur
prise for J. A. McConnaha at Price
Aunt Sarah McConnaughey will
visit relatives in Portsmouth this
week and will attend the wedding of
her niece, Miss Anderson.
G. W. Sanders and family enter
tained at dinner Sunday, M. E. Harris
and daughter, Clara, H. L. Harris
and family and T. R. Vance and wife.
H. L Sanders and family were the
guests of D. E. Vance and family on
C. E, Wilson, of Taylorsville, trans
acted business here last Tuesday.
Marian Shoemaker and son, Guy, of
Marshall, were business callers here
J E. Williamson, of Belfast, has
rented the I. T. Vance farm and will
move on it In the near future.
A U. S. survey was made here.last
week. We are located high and dry
above sea level.
Miss Ola Matthews, of Cherry Fork,
was the guest of M. E. Harris Monday
On account of the late rains farmers
are not through sowing wheat.
Farm and Town property alwavaj
for sale. Money loaned on Real Ea-ll
tate. Wade Turnhk,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
Fob Salk 110 aero farm on plkft
near New Market. For particulars
Inquire at this ofllce. adv tf
House Fob Rent Inquire of O. 8.
Lemon. adv (3t)
Fob Sale Two business houses lo
cated in HUlsboro. They are both well
rented and the price asked is low. Ben
C. Strain, HUlsboro, Ohio. (tf)
Fob Rent Large barn with 3 large
box stalls, two common stalls and
plenty carriage room. R. L. Boulware,
225 S. West St.
Fob Rent Farm of 112 acres, near
East Danville, on the halves. Address
with reference, L. A. Moberly, ll30
Wyoming St., Dayton, Ohio. adv
Fob Sale EH Hay Baler andNIch.
ols and Shepherd Engine, both in good
condition. Apply to Harry Wright,
MarshallJOhio. (10-15) adv
Ci PLEASANTS HILL.
Oct. 12, 1911.
Geo. Frlne and; wife entertained
Saturday and Sunday the latter's
niece, Mrs. Dr. Fisher and son,
Vaughan, of Sablna.
Will Kelly and wife, of near Carlisle
Springs, called on Carey Klrkpatrick
and wife, Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Frank Welty and children, of
near Leesburg, spent Monday with
Chas. Slmbro and family.
W. E. Noftsgcr and wife called Sat
urday evening on Geo. Prine and fam
ily and Mrs. Fisher and son who were
guests at the Prine home.
John Frasler, wife and daughter, of
Dunn's Chapel, were the guests of
Chas. Robblns and family Sunday,
DMiss Pearl Welty, of near Leesburg,
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Chas. Slmbro and family.
Walter Powell and wife spent Satur
day night and Sunday with her par
ents near New Petersburg.
Elva Barker and Oscar Hathaway
spent Sunday afternoon with Raymond
W. E. Noftsger and family spent i
Sunday In HUlsboro the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Rogers.
Mrs. Starling Lemon spent Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. Ella Kirk-patrlck.
Dr. Henry Schwelnsberger, of Alll-
ance, returned home Wednesday, after Df and Mrj q a Thompson an(j
a short visit lth his parents, Mr. and , Mn and MrSi Esco Ervln spent Sun.
r M rs. H enry Schw einsberger. day with relatives In Danville.
Saturday, October 17, 9:00 a. m.
We have secured a small lot, 60 dozen, 720 pairs of
Women's Regular 15c hose in "seconds" which we will sell
on this day only for
7c Per Pair
This is another exceptional value and one you should
not overlook in your purchases next Saturday, "Try these,
you'll be the gainer. II
StaWer's 5 and 10c Store.
"We Teach Your $ $ $ to have more cts."
Will Your Heating Stove
Hold Fire 72 Hours
Every Portsmouth Soft Coal Heater does. That means
that every Portsmouth must be splendidly built. The doors
and registers are milled and planed until they fit closely and
precisely as the parts of a watch. This means that the fire
can be controlled always.
What is the use of going
through another winter with
that old stove of yours, with
a half cold house and uncom
fortable wife and children.
You won't have to get up
every morning in the dead of
winter with the house cold as
outdoors and kindle a fire.
AflPortsmouth Oak Stove
will hold fire over night and
your home will be as warm
in the morning as it was
when you went to bed.
And a Portsmouth Oak will
save half your coal. It burns
the smoke and gas that are
as rich in heating units as the
solid parts of the coal.
Every Portsmouth Oak is
durably built and has exclu
sive features that no other
stoves have features that
are convenient and timesaving.
The Portsmouth Oaks are the finest and most efficient
soft coal heaters you have ever seen.
Call and See Us
W. H. Ballentine
HILLSBORO'S FAVORITE STORE.
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