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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914.
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Everything is New
At KERNS
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The Biggest Stock in the County
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YOU CAN BE WELL DRESSED AND AT A MODERATE COST IF YOU BUYYOUR READYTO-WEAR AT KERNS' BUSY STORE
Ladies' Goats
$7.50, $8.50, $10.00
$12.50, $15, $17.50,
$20.00, $22.50,
$25.00. $27.50,
$30.00 and $35.00.
YOUR STYLE IS HERE
YOUR PRICE IS HERE
Children's and Misses'
COATS
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
$3.00, $3.50, $5.00,
$6.00, $7.50, $8.50,
$10, $12.50, $15.00
THE BIGGEST STOCK IN
THE COUNTY TO SELECT
FROM.
KERNS
HILLSBORO'S
STORE.
It pays to Trade
at KERNS
Ladies', Misses' and I
Children's
SWEATER COATS
25c, 50c, $1, $1.50,
$2.00, $2.50, $3.00,
$3.50, $5.00, $7.50'
RED, OXFORD, WHITE,
TAN, BROWN ALL NEW.
Goat Suits
$12.50, $15.00,
$17.50, $20.00,
$22.50, $25.00,
$27.50, $30.00
and $35.00'
YOUR STYLE IS HERE
YOUR PRICE IS HERE
SOUTH HIGH
STREET.
CHAS. M. KERNS C
ILLSBORO,
OHIO
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FORT HILL.
Nov. 9, 1914.
Mrs. H. M. Eubanks and youngest
son and daughter were guests ofl'.her
daughter, Mrs. Jack Butler, near Elm
ville, Saturday night and Sunday.
Elmer Rhoads, of Wilmington, came
home to vote and was the guest of his
father, D. M. Rhoads, Tuesday night.
Edward White and wife and little
granddaughter spent Tuesday after
noon with their son, Clay, of near
Turkey, who has been quite ill.
Mrs. Mary A. Countryman was the
guest of her daughter, Mrs.JoePatton,
of near Dallas, Wednesday.
Helen Eubanks spent Thursday
night with her sister, Mrs. O. W. Mc
Coppin, atCarmel.
Mrs. Anna Rhoads and three young
est children were the guests of Mrs.
Anna DeardotT, Friday.
H. V. Matthews and wife were the
guests of the former's parents in
Greenfield Tuesday night and Wednes
day. They were accompanlea home
by the former's grandmother, Mrs.
Mary Gibson.
Mrs. J. O. Stults was the guest of
Mrs. Jane Stults Thursday
Cecil Rhoads, of Cedar Point,, spent
Wednesday night with his brother,
Fred.
A daughter was born to Benjamin
Butler and wife, Friday morning.
Mrs. Dora Butler and son, of Sinking
Spring, were the guests of 0. A.
Rhoads and wife, last week.
Samuel Stults, of Hillsboro, was the
guest of his brother, J. O. Stults,
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Levi Keplinger and family moved to
the Wm. Rolfe farm south east of
Sinking Spring, last week.
Frank Irons and wife and son, of
Middletown, were called here Friday
by the death of their little grand
daughter, the little baby of Benjamin
Butler and wife.
J. P. Havens and son have been em
ployed the past week at some carpenter
work for John Free, near Carmel.
On Nov. 4, 35 of the most intimate
friends and relatives of Fred Rhoads
and wife enjoyed a delightful surprise
party given in honor of their oldest
son, Verna's, 18th birthday. A most
delicious supper was served after
which the remainder of the evening
was spent in dancing.
Miss Jennie West, who has been at
the bedside of her brother, Wm. West,
forseveral weeics, returned to her home
in Greenfield.
Lawrence Kesler and wife enter
tained Sunday, Jess Kesler and wife,
of Hillsboro, Alf Turley and wife and
Mrs. Cobbler, of Sinking Spring.
George Rhyn, of Iowa, has purchased
the Absalom Eubank's farm of J. O.
Stults.
Floyd Chapman, of Sinking Spring,
spent Sunday with Benson Butler.
SPECIAL PRICES
We will give Special Prices on all
Millinery Goods
Friday and Saturday
PLUMES Will be Offered at Greatly
Reduced Prices.
MRS. J. S. TROP
RAINSBORO.
November 9, 1914.
Mrs. Warren Harper and three lit
tle daughters, of Good Hope, have
been spending a few days here with
her parents.
Rev. B. H. Ryan went to Cincinna
ti this morning, Monday on business
and will go from there to Bethel to at
tend the ministerial association.
A son was born to Ova Wisecup and
wife last Wednesday evening and was
burled the next day In the Hartman
cemetery.
Several of the neighbors yand friends
of Rev. J. H. Davis went In last
Thursday and Friday and helped him
erect a shed to his barn.
The Aid Society will beentertained
on Thursday afternoon by Mrs. J. B.
Davis.
Mrs. Wm. Cly borne and daughter,
of Cynthlana, visited frlendsjhere last
Wednesday.
A little daughter, Florence Mildred,
was born to Mrs. Ruth Browning last
Wednesday morning.
Wm. Hayes fell from a scaffold
while working at Rev. J. H. Davis'
last Friday and received serious in
juries. The W. 0. T. U. will hold its regu.
lar meeting at the home of Mrs,
Niscea Holmes next Tuesday after
noon at 1:30.
The Gleaners have organlzedan em
broidery club which will meet at the
home of the members every two
weeks.
Murray Browning, of Dayton, was
called here last Wednesday to visit a
few days with his new daughter.
Soveral of the parishioners called at
the M. E. Parsonage last Saturday af
ternoon and surprised the pastor and
his wife by bringing a very substan
tial donation as a slight token of
their appreciation of the excellent
work they are doing here.
Council Meeting.
An adjourned meeting of council
was held Monday night, The only
business transacted was the ordering
of the building of a pavement In front
of the property of Kate O. Zane on N,
East street. Following the meeting
the councllmen, mayor and solici
tor discussed the street lighting
question.
Greece devotes 222,399 acres to olive
groves and produces 30 kinds of olives.
Nearly one half of Spain's railroads
enter Madrid.
Mr. and Mrs. James Roads spent
Sunday in Cincinnati.
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Cold weather
brings out the overcoats.
Let yours be a
good one.
Go where you will and pay what you
choose, you will reel that your rriend in
his STYLEPLUS made a better buy. He had you
beaten from the start. He knew the nimlirv nnd
the price. He was simply busy getting the one coat
that looked best on him.
Same principle applies to suits here. No wonder we
make new friends every day with these clothes.
Always high quality and always one price.
Carefully selected all-wool fabrics for $17.
Style imparted by a great designer for $17.
Workmanship including hand tailoring for $1 7.
Guaranteed satisfaction for $17.
You get what vou want and what vou
ought? to have incidentally save
money.
Styles for all men.
Specials for young men.
SAM. t FREE, Hillsboro, Ohio.
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