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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914
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2 Great Slaughter in Millinery at
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I Saturday, Nov. 7 1
We will sell all our Trimmed Hats at Half Price
Think of it:
1 All $10.00 Hats go at $5.00
All 5.00 Hats go at 2.50
j All 2.00 Hats go at 1.00
Special Price on all Untrimmed Hats in the Best Velvet
and Plushes
You can make your dollar behave like two at The Bon
Ton. All we ask is for you to see these and get our
prices. We will convince you they cannot be duplicated
Saturday, November 7
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Gold
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Saturday, November T
On this day only, we will sell -Two Gold Fish, One Glass Globe
and One Box of Fish Food, all for 25c.
These sell regularly at 45c, so now is the time to buy these
nice little home pets, at a Real 'Bargain Price.
Stabler's 5c 2 10c Store,
("We teach your $ $ $ to have -more cents")
MARSHALL.
November 2, 1014
Wm. Frump and family. John
Campbell ana wife and Mrs. Fannie
Spruance and daughter, Osa, attend
ed the funeral of Bnrch Mendenhall at
Prospect Monday afternoon.
Miss Maude McCoppln spent from
Wednesday until Sunday with rela
tives at Carmel.
Miss Edna Campbnll spent the past
weeks with friends at Belfast.
Mrs. Ed. Cameron and John Shaw
are sick.
Guy Wallace and Ray Stults, of
near Serpent Mound, spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Lem Hunter
and family.
Frank Elliott and family were the
puests of Harry Wright and family.
Sunday.
2tev. Ryan and wife of Ralnsboro,
took dinner Sunday with Wm. Elliott
and wife.
Mrs. Ella Burnette and Ray Poyd
and family spent Sunday with Harley
Suiters and family.
Sam McCoy and family and Frank
Lucas and wife were entertained Sun
day by Clyde Barrett and family.
Dr. Mason and wife, Jimmy Sams
and family and Elmer Cameron and
wife were the guests of Mr. Butters
at Sinking Spring.
Mr. Sloan and son, Arthur, and
Clark Wilford spent from Friday un
til Sunday with John Campbell and
wife. '
Cyrus Fairley and wife and Misses
Leila and Isabelle Hugglns, of Hills
boro, and John Watts and daughter,
Florence, of Ralnsboro, were enter
tained Sunday by Mrs. R. L. Watts
and family.
NEW PETERSBURG.
Nov. 2, 1914.
. T. N Cope and daughter, Helen,
and Mr and Mrs. II all spent the past
week "in Kentucky. They made the
trip in their automobile.
Rev. Lawrence delivered an excel
lent temperance lecture Sunday night
to a large audience.
C. A. West and wife, of Ralnsboro,
spent Sunday with their daughter,
Mrs. Jesse Spence.
Mrs. Maggie Black is visiting rela
tives here.
Mrs. Emma Gossard, of Frankfort,
is visiting her neice, Mrs. Eliza Fearce.
Mrs. John McMullen and son, Rob
ert, of Hillsboro, visited relativeshere
Sunday.
Mrs Van Stanforth, of Hillsboro,
spent the past week with her mother,
Mrs. Blaser.
Bert Hamilton and wife entertained
Spurge Blaser and family, Sunday.
Anna Park entertained the Ladles
Aid Thursday afternoon.
When the latest Zeppelin airship
cruised over Berlin It made hardly any
noise. In the past the airships of this
type have been conspicuous forthedlh
turbance they created.
Clears the Complexion
Can you Imagine anything more embarrassing than to have a com
plexion that is marred with blotches?
It is not only unpleasant that isn't the worst feature it means that
the blood is impure and the longer you neglect It the more you
suffer from annoyance
Skin eruptions of any description indicate, in every in
stance, an Impoverishment of the blood supply It isn't
pure and you cannot expect it to supply the proper amount of
nourishment to the surrounding tissues.
Get at the root of the trouble cleanse the blood of impurities stir
up the circulation tone up the digestive fluids and have your food
absorbed in the proper manner.
Nyal's Hot Spring Blood Remedy
Strengthens the blood supply enriches it, cleanses it of
Impure waste material and thus suppltes a founda
tion for the building of a permanent health.
You will notice a decided Improvement with the first few doses the
appetite will be Increased, you will feel the blood coursing through
your veins and the skin will take on the glow of health.
We recommend it 1.00 the bottle.
We expect to be here In business a good many years. The only
way we can do It Is by treating everybody right. That's our policy.
Miller's Drug Store
THE NYAL STORES
North High Street
HILLSBORO. OHIO
LYNCHBURG.
November 2, 1014.
Miss Nellie DeLaney was with Miss
Hazel Galllett In Covington, Ky.,
from Friday evening until Monday.
Floyd Sonner, of Columbus, was
with his parents over Sunday.
John Williams spent Saturday and
Sunday with his family.
Miss Llllie Farls, of Cincinnati, was
with her mother Wednesday.
The Women's Foreign Missionary
Society met with Mrs. II. B. Galllett
on Tuesday aftnrnoon.
Miss Salome Montgomery and Miss
Lucille Roush, of Greenfield, were
with Walter Montgomery and family
over Sunday.
Dr. Murphy, of Greenfield, was
called here last week on account of
the sickness ami death of his brother,
Francis Marian Murphy.
Mr. and . rs. Wm. Pegan, of Glayds,
were guests for dinner of Rev. Martin
and family Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Oester enter
tained A 1. Hare and daughter, Cecil,
of Brooklyn, Ind., Sunday.
Mrs. Anna Hopkins and daughter,
Stella, were with Chas. Malone and
wife Sunday.
Mrs. Warren Hayes spent last week
with her sister In Hillsboro.
Mrs. John Putman, of Madison-
ville, was called here last week by the
serious Illness of her mother, Mrs.
Joseph Miller.
Mrs. Amanda Henderson is visiting
relatives in Leesburg and New
Vienna.
Bee Moon and wife who have been
living in Martinsville, have moved
into their cottageon South Broadway.
Hendley Crampton and Clifford
Galllett were in Martinsville and
Westboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Connell and
Mrs. Eliza Morrow were guests of
Chas. Terrell and family, of Martins
ville, Sunday.
Mrs. Clarence Dean and Mrs J. E
Brewer visited the latter's little
daughter, Susan, at Christ's Hospital
Tuesday.
Misses Marie Perry and Elizabeth
Jones are visiting relatives in Middle
town.
W. A. Saylor transacted business In
Hillsboro Saturday.
W. A. Bird and wife spent Sunday
at the home of Joseph Miller.
Mrs. II. N. Henderson will enter
tain the Ladies Aid Society of the M.
E. Church Thursday afternoon.
Rev. Martin and wife, Mrs. Grace
Bumgarnar and Louis Meyers and
wife attended the W. F. M. S. Con
vention at Dayton Wednesday.
A number of our people attended
the funeral of Mr. Kirkhart at Fair
view Sunday afternoon and of Mr.
Oldaker at Russell Monday afternoon.
Mr. Kirkhart was a brother of Mrs.
John Kesler, of this place.
Percy Spurrier, who is attending
College at Delaware came home on
Tuesday to vote and spend the day
with his parents.
The 0. W. B. M. of the Christian
Church will meet with Mrs. M. E.
Sonner Thursday afternoon.
Miss Lora Bird shopped in Cincin
nati Saturday.
Miss Sylvia West was in Hillsboro
Saturday.
Rev. Maddox, of Cincinnati, preach
ed at the M. E. Church on Sunday
evening and was entertained by Rev.
Spurrier and wife.
Mrs. Harley Tedrlck and children
returned home Sunday after spending
the past week with Blanchester rela
tives. Dr. McAdow delivered a Temper
ance address at Harwood Sunday
evening.
Mrs. Martin and daughter and Mrs.
Emma Shaffer were guests of Carlos
Simpkins and family, of New Vienna,
Monday.
The first number of our lecture
course was given Wednesday evening.
Lecture by Sylvester B. Long on
'Lightning and Toothpicks." It was
highly appreciated by ail present.
The next number will be on Thursday
evening Nov. 20.
Miss Marion DeLaney was a visitor
in Blanchester Tuesday.
Frances and Dorothy FItzpatrick, of
St. Martins, were with their grand
mother, Mrs. Triplet, Sunday.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspep
sia and constipation weakens the
whole system. Doan's Regulets (25c
per box) act mildly on the liver and
bowels. At all drug stores. adv
GRAND
Stablerlzo your kitchen.
adv
If you are Interested in the Million
Dollar Mystery you should read the
story as it Is published in the Tine
NEws-nKUALD before seeing the
pictures at the Orpheum Thursday
night.
The largest settlement in Greenland
Is Sydproven, which has a population
of 700, and the smallest Is Skansen, in
north of Greenland, with 40 lnhabi
tants.
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OPENING
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On Friday Evening,
Nov. 6, at 7 O'clock
we will throw open the doors of our new, modern up-to-the-minute store,
located two doors from the Hills oro Bank & Savings Co on South High
street, better known as the ex postoffice building, which we have pur
chased and remodeled, and is now one of H',llKbiro's many beautiful stores.
The 'Opening will continue until 10 o'clock, Saturday Night Nov. 10.
REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED TO ALL,
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GOOD MUSIC will be rendered throughout the evening ON FRIDAY.
We invite each and every one entering the store to register their name
and address. The person guessing the correct or nearest correct num--ber
of those attending the opening will receive $5.00in gold.
WE CORDIALLY INVITE ALL TO ATTEND.-.
Respectfully,
Moorhead Bros.
HILLSBORO, OHIO
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FOLSOM.
November 2, 1914.
The pupils of Oak Ridee School will
give a box supper on Saturday night,
Nov.-7, for the benefit of the school at
the school house.
O. P. West and wife and daughter,
of Union, visited at the home of O. H.
Kelly last Sunday.
John Kelly and family, of Berry
villle, were guests of O. H. Kelley
and family last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Walker and fam
ily, of East Danville, were entertained
at the home of P. A. Hopkins last
Sunday.
I. W. Beets and wife, of Hillsboro.
visited at the home of W. F: McCoy
last Sunday.
Nonce
John Pfarr. will clean and press and
mend that suit until It will look u
good as'new. 1 also do dry cleaning.
Give me a call. Brunner's Shoe
Shop. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Falrlev and
Miss Leila and Isabelle Hugglns,
spent Sunday with Mrs. Fairlej'
mother, Mrs. R. L. Watts, at Marshall.
Dr. Beatrice M. Victory, of Phila
delphia, is the first woman to win the
degree of doctor of philosophy in Ger
manic at the University of Pennsylvania.
EHHEISESa
Gold Fish special at Stabler's next
Saturday, Nov. 7. adv
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For Every Living- Thin? On The
Farm.
Free ; a 600 page book on the treat
ment and care of "Every Living Thing
on the Farm ;" horses, cattlo, dogs,
sheep, hogs and poultry, by Hum
phreys' Vetlnary Specifics ; also a sta
ble chart for ready reference, to hang
up. Free by mall on application. Ad
dress Humphreys Homeo Med. Co.,
Corner Williams & Ann Sts.,N.Y, adv
FOR SALE
Let Stabler's supply your dlshware
needs. adv
Several Second Hand Buggies
These buggies have been re
painted and rebuilt to be nearly
as good as new. We will sell
them at a low figure.
The M. F. Carroll & Sons Go.
HILLSBORO, OHIO.
This Favorite Range is Built ot
GOOD GREY IRON.
Favorite Ranges are built not far from Hills
boro in Piqua, Ohio. One of the biggest, man
ufacturing plants in the state is used in making
them.
For 65 years the ma
kers of Favorites have
experimented with the
different materials, try
ing to find the best for
practical use in ranges.
After these years of
experience and thous
ands of tests they find
that good grey iron is
far more durable for
ranges than either steel
or malleable iron.
The makers of stoves and ranges recognize this fact for
none of them use malleable iron or steel in their fire box,
the place in a range which is exposed to the most intense
heat. Malleable, especially, warps and burns out very read
ily. Steel and malleable iron is very durable when used in
agricultural implements, wagons and machinery where there
is no exposure to the fire. In making ranges, however, these
two substances are not one half as durable or desirable as
grey iron castings.
We want our customers to be satisfied. That is why we
will not sell them a rangelmade either of steel or malleable
iron. We sell Favorite Cast JRanges, which we firmly be
lieve to be better values for the money than any other kind,
and we back our belief by a guarantee of perfect satisfaction.
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W. H. Ballentine
HILLSBORO'S FAVORITE STORE.
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