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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBOkO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914.
Carey Long, of Greenfield, was a
business visitor here Saturday.
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Mrs. N. W. Ohaney,(of Cincinnati,
is visiting Mrs. John Conard.
Stanley Nicholson, or Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with Rev Fr. Burke.
Mrs. Louisa Uaker Is visiting rela
tives at Ralnsboro this week.
Mrs. John Hulltt has been visiting
relatives at Rainsboro the past week.
Miss Jessie Mullenix spent Sunday
with friends at Berryvillo.
Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Sams and Mrs.
Frank R. Ambrose spent Tuesday In
Mrs. Blair M. Boyd and Miss Ruth
Dawson spent Satuiday in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kesler spent Sun.
day with relatives at Sinking Spring.
William Madden spent Sunday in
Miss Catherine Mclntyre, of Cincin
nati, spent Sunday with relatives here.
John Gains, of Norwood, spent Sun
day with relatives here.
Hugh Cooper and family removed
here Saturday from Portsmouth.
Henry Brown, of Chicago, was the
guest of his brother, Michael Brown,
the latter part of last week.
Mrs. J. W. Watts visited her sister,
Mrs. W. W. Davis, at Bainbridge, the
Miss Cooper, of the Elite Millinery
Store, was the guest of friends in
Greenfield from Friday until Sunday.
Miss Catherine Thomas, of Morgan
vllle, Tenn., Is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel Morgan.
, Mrs. J. M. Hlbben was called to
Flqua Sunday by the serious illness of
Mrs, J. . Carroll entertained a
company of friends with cards Mon
Ed In and Carlton Terry, Ralph
Leaverton and. Heber Smith of Lees
burg, spent Monday with friends here.
Mrs. P. H. Hlller entertained a com
pany of ladles with cards Friday
Mrs. Roy A. Haynes entertained a
company of friends with a luncheon
Vernon Hill, of Dayton, was called
here Friday by the death of his grand
father, D. H. Hill.
Mrs. Charles Brown gave a kenslng
ton for Mrs Starling West, of Detroit,
Mich., Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. A. II. Beam entertained a smal1
company of ladles with a kenslngton
Prof. Arthur Eaglngton and Prof.
Lee Gutrldge spent Saturday in
William Barrett, of Columbus, spent
from Friday until Sunday with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Barrett.
Mrs. J. Wllliard Gore gave a very
delightful card party Monday night
for Miss Edith Smith.
Mrs. J. W. Rogers and daughter,
Miss Ellen, spent Friday and Saturday
Misses Anna Evans and Ellen Rogers
spent a couple of days last week at
Miss Anna Evrns went tq Dayton
Sunday for a few days visit with Mrs.
Prof, and Mrs. W. II. Vance visited
the latter's brother, Claude Wlsby, at
Hamilton, Saturday and Sunday.
C P. Walker and family spent Sun
day at the home of Everett Fawley,
MlssBeulah Barrett, of Norwood,
vas the guest of hor aunt, Mrs. J. A.
Head, over Sunday.
Miss Gretchen Ellifrltz, who has
been Blck for ten days, is able to re
sume her work at the Hlllsboro Auto
Miss Arnetta Gall, who Is attending
the Conservatory of Music In Cincin
nati, spent Sunday with her father,
Mrs. Theodore Glffen, who has been
visiting her mother, Mrs. J. E. Leav
, erton, returned to her homo in Lees
Mrs, Clifford Ellifrltz and Mrs. Frank
A. Lemon 'and daughter were the
guests of relatives in New Vienna,
Friday and Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Probst, Dr. and
Mrs. Sharp and Misses Anna and May
Wood were guests Sunday at the home
of Mrs. M. F, Carroll
Mr, and Mrs. John Newton and
children visited Mrs. Newton's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Stultz, of
Mr. and Mrs. Winkle were the guests
of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs.
D.O, Winkle, at Winkle, Saturday and
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f OU'LL have a good deal to be thankful for this year, even if a lot of
things are going wrong in the world. As the old deacon said, in the
poem, "you kin be thankful things aint no wuss."
But we'd like to have you be thankful for more
than the negative side; for more than plenty to eat.
Be thankful for these good clothes Hart Schaffner
& Marx made, here ready for your needs.
We've got a lot of them here for you and we're sure they're
things you'll be glad of; at prices you'll be willing to pay.
Have the right clothes for the feast day; they'll
be a help to you in having the right spirit.
THE IRON CLAD
E. H. McCLURE & Go,
Mr. and Mr. J. W. Campbell and
daughter spent Sundayl'with relatives
Mrs. Ferry, of Pittsburg, was the
guest of her daughter, Mrs. William
Hugglns, from Thursday until Mon
Misses Rosy and Mary Shonkwller,
who have been visiting their uncle,
Bennett Shonkwller, at Dallas, have
Mrs. Walter HUllard gave three most
enjoyable card parties last veek, on
Friday afternoon, Friday night and
Mr. and Mrs C. A. Wilkin and
daughter, Miss Blangle, visited Mr.
and Mrs. narley Wilkin, at Washing
ton C. H., Saturday and Sunday.
Bnrch D. Hugglns, of Columbus,
was the guest of his father, Judge H.
M. Hugglns, from Saturday until
The Esoteric Club will be enter
tained this afternoon by Mrs. ularence
Hiestand, at the home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Perln,
Mrs. Qlara Brunner gave a' very
pretty surprise party Friday evening
for her daughter, Miss Marguerite, the
occasion being her 12th birthday.
Frederick Chapin, one of the corps
of civil engineers making the govern-
mnnt RlirvHV nf thla ftniint.v. rutiirnorl
to Washington, D. C, Monday.
Mrs. Lloyd Shirley entertained a
company of young ladles Monday after
noon with a kenslngton for Mrs. Star
ling West, of Detroit, Mich.
Mrs. Shofstall and Richard and Gav
in Fields, of Dayton, were the guests
of Mrs. Shofstall's sister, Miss Ella
Patterson, from Friday until Monday.
Miss Mary MoMeekin, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of relatives hero Satur
day and Sunday. Miss Christine
Stevenson returned home with her for
Miss Mary Hammll Jspent from
Thursday until Monday with relatives
The Home and School Association
will meet Friday afternoon at 2:30 at
the Washington School building.
Mrs. Jacob Fling spent Saturday
and Sunday at Belfast the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton
That part of the story of the Million
Ddllar Mystery which will be shown
at the Orpheum tonight appears in
this Issue of Tue NBWfa IIbualu.
Louis Davis, who his been vi-lting
at the home of Willum Maroiiey, re
turned to bis home in Portsmouth,
A number of Lynchburg Masons were
here Thursday night to attend the
meeting of Hlllsboro Chapter. Work
was done In the Royal Arch degree,
after which refreshments were served.
Harry Reece and John West were
the guests of friends at Oxford Friday
and Saturday, attending the football
game between Miami and Dennlson
If you are interested in the Million
Dollar Mystery you should read the
story as It Is published in the Tub
News-Herald before seeing the
pictures at the 'Orpheum Thursday
Mrs. 0 B. Kirk and two children, of
Mansfield, 111., are the guests of Mrs.
Kirk's sister, Mrs. 0. M. Korns. Mrs.
Kirk was called here by the death -of
her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth De
Haas, of East Danville.
Supt. Patterson and Prof. Franze
attended the football game between
Dennlson and Miami at Oxford Saiur
day. Prof. Patterson Is an alumnus
of Dennlson and Prof. Franze an
alumnus of Miami. Dennlson won the
game which was hard fought, close and
brilliantly played by the score of 40
Mrs. Charles Martin, of Dayton, Is
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Richards.
Mrs. O. S. Lemon entertained with
a kenslngton Wednesday afternoon.
Miss Elizabeth Chaney will give a
luncheon Friday evening.
Rev. L. E. Durr has been visiting
relatives in Cincinnati for several days.
II. 11. Richards has so far recovered
f rum h s recent Illness as to be able to
be at the mill.
Mrs. W. N. Bean entertained the
members of the Twentieth Century
Ciub with a luncheon Monday.
Mrs. Clara Lewis, of Flndlay, who
has been visiting her nephew, Charles
F. Clarke, returned home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Maglll have as
their guests, their daughter, Mrs.
Wallace Wiseman and son, Robert, of
Mrs. I. L. DeHaas, who has been
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
F. Roberts, of Sugartree Ridge, has
Among those from a distance who
were here to attend the funeral of
James T. McGulre, Sunday were Mrs.
Alex Thompson, of Ghent, Ky., Mrs.
Mary Clark, Miss Anna Clark and Le
roy McGulre, of Cincinnati, and George
Burnett of New Richmond.
Bible School at nine o'clock, preach
ing by the pastor A. A. Nellis at 10:30,
and 7 o'clock. Morning subject,
"Jacob's Ladder and It's Lesson."
Evening subject, "The Keys to The
Kingdom of Heaven."
Charles F. Clarke, who has been sic lc
with malaria fever, has so far recover
ed that he was removed Monday from
his room at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
n. II. Maddox on North nigh street
to the Mullttnix property on East
Walnut street, where lie and his brlda
have gone to house keeping.
Col. D. Q Morrow has been In Wil
mington the past week. He was one
of the attorneys for the defense In the
case of Cecil J. Ulble, charged with
complicity In the burning of his build
ing in Westboro.
Mrs. S. N. Patton went to Columbus
Monday for an extended visit with her
son, Richard. From there she will go
to Memphis, Tenn., to visit her daugh
ter, Mrs. Harry Roush. She will be
gone most of the winter.
Charles Hill and Luke Watts, of
Kellogg, Io., George Hill, of Greenfield,
William Willett, of Preston, Io., and
O. C. Seal, of Cincinnati, were among
those from a distance who were here
to attend the funeral of D. n. Hill,
Death ot William McElwee.
William McElwee, aged 02 years,
died very suddenly at his home In
Brushcreek township Saturday morn
ing. Death was duo to heart trouble.
The funeral was held at Olive Branch
i. M l .
n. D. Pcnquite spent Sunday with
friends io Clarksvllle.
Iron Clad Special I
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21,
We will put on sale a lot
of Boys' and Children's
Best quality 25c Stockings
AT SPECIAL 17c.
This is an opportunity for you
to supply your wants in this line.
A great value. For one day only.
THE IRON CLAD