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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, December 10, 1914, Image 5

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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1914
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' nc Gloves at Lang's Smokory. adv
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If v'Moses Calvert is very mck with
pneumonia.
Mrs. John Howard spent Saturday
in Cincinnati.
Dr II. A. Iluss was In Cincinnati
' "Thursday on business.
Ilarry Penqulte spent Sunday with
relatives In Blanchester.
Mrs. Cobler, of Harriett, Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. J. S. Kesler.
Bert Carroll was In Cincinnati Tues
day and Wednesday on business.
Fresh shelled Almonds and English
Walnuts at Lang's Smokery. adv
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A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bert
E. England Thursday morning.
Alger and Boy Scout Books, 10c each,
at Stabler's. adv
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Mr. and Mrs. Homer Satterlleld
visited relatives at Dallas, Sunday.
Miss Anna Glbler and Mrs. John
Coftman spent Monday in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Elckel, of Cin
cinnati, visited relatives here Satur
day. Buy your tobacco by the box at
Lang's Smokery. Always clean and
fiesh. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Smitlison, or
i New Vlenria. visited Mrs. T. H. Dillon,
Saturday.
Mrs. Anna Duke and son, Edwin,
visited relatives at Sinking Spring,
Sunday.
New Hudson Six's have been pur
chased by Col. L. B. Boyd and E. B
Dines.
Arrangements are being made to
have a municipal Christmas tree in
Greenfield.
Mrs. John Ambrose and daughters,
Misses Louannaaud Ruth, have moved
to Norwood.
Homer Burton, of Cincinnati, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
James Burton.
Miss Delia Moore, of Washington, C.
H , was the guest of Miss Ruth Thomas
over Sunday.
Mac Matthews, who has been attend
ing college at Valparaiso, Ind., has
returned home.
Miss Anna Wright visited her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Wright, at
Sama'Jtha, Sunday.
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Mrs. Elizabeth Evans, of north of
to wd, suffered a slight stroke of paraly
sis Friday morning.
Imported Cheese, German, Swiss,
Llmburger and Brick, by the quantity
at Lang's Smokery. adv
Mrs. Henry Ervin, Mrs. C. D. Wright
and Miss Gretcien Ellifritz spent
Monday in Cincinnati.
The first 25c and 50c Salad Dishes
and Cake Plates in town at Stab
ler's. adv
Ira Gossett, of Pricetown, was the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
W. Gossett, Friday and Saturday.
A number of the teachers from the
West Union schools visited the Hllls
baritechools Thursday.
Mrs. J. E. Frank and daughter, of
Walnut Hill, Cincinnati, are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Frank.
Miss Christine Head, of Highland,
was the guest of Miss Sarah Thompson,
from Friday until Sunday.
A. W. Deltrlch and Harry Wlechel
mann, of Mllford, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carroll.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halton, of Vera
Cruz, Brown county, were the guests
of Rev. Fr. Burke, Sunday.
Miss Maud Fling, who was trimmer
In a millinery store at Cellna the past
season, has returned home.
Rev, John Howard has accepted a
call as pastor of the Methodist church
at Moscow, Clermont county.
See the big piece of gray Enameled
ware for 10 cents that Stabler's are
selling every day. adv
Miss Myra Johnson returned Sunday
from a week's visit with her cousin,
Miss Elsa Johnson, at Monterey.
Miss Marian Murphy, of Lynchburg,
was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Walter
Doggett, from Friday until Sunday.
Mrs. Mozelle Elliott Is holding asale
of fancy work at Mrs. Trop's Millinery
Store The sale wllll continue until
Christmas. adv
Mrs. Rives and Mrs. Tuttle enter
tained at luncheon last Saturday Mrs.
Yeoman, Mrs. Marchmont and Mrs.
Joseph Richards.
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William Morrow and son, Eugene,
of Columbus, who have been visiting
tbeformer's sister, Mrs. Olph Doggett
returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Mozelle Elliott is holding a sale
of fancy work at Mrs. Trop's Milllnory
Store. The sale will continue until
Christmas. adv
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Make His Christinas Cheerful and Your Own Too.
TH E thought that you have given him something useful worth while, will
work wonders in making his Christmas Day a happy one. While we all ap
preciate Christmas gifts, the man appreciates the practical gift most.
YOU KNOW THIS IS PRIMARILY A MAN'S STORE a store of practical
gifts where quality is held uppermost in the purchase of stock but where prices
appeal to you because of the value offered.
CHECK THE LIST AND COME IN TODAY
BATH ROBE
BELT
CUFF BUTTONS
GARTERS
DRESS GLOVES
FUR GLOVES
AUTO GLOVES
SHIRT
HOSIERY
LOUNGING ROBE
SUIT CASE
H. S. & M. SUIT
OVERCOAT
CANE
CAP
SCARF
WATCH FOB
UMBRELLA
TRUNK
SWEATER COAT
SUSPENDERS
TRAVELING BAG
HAT
UNDERWEAR
SMOKING JACKET
Boxed Holiday Sets
MUFFLER
RAIN COAT
SCARF PIN
HANDKERCHIEFS
FANCY VEST
COLLARS
COLLAR BAG
NECKTIES
ODD TROUSERS
FLANNEL SHIRTS
COAT CHAINS
BOYS' RAIN COATS
with hat to match
BOYS' STOCKINGS
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Don't Fiil to &&& Our Christmas Neckwear
We are showing the choicest creations the most noted neckwear makers ever produced. Silks
and shapes that are new, handsome and exclusive. All put up in dainty gift boxes. 25c, 50c, 75c I
and J1.U.U.
Don't Fail to See Our Combination Sets
THE IROU
E. H. McCLURE & CO.
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DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
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HILLSBORO, OHIO I
See the 5o China Cups and Saucers
on the 6c counter at Stabler's. adv
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Miles Tovmsend, of Greenfield, was
here on legal business Monday.
Everett Johnson, of Highland, was
a business visitor here Monday.
n. II . Richards was in Cincinnati
Tuesday on business
Hoy Kelly visited friends in Cincin.
nati Friday and Saturday.
Large assortment of Chlnaware for
10s at Stabler's 5c & 10c Store, adv
Col. W. J. Burley spent Monday in
Cincinnati.
Mrs. John Carlisle and daughter,
Miss Byida, spent Monday in Cincin
iatL Miss Battle Tedrlck, of Fair view,
was the guest of Miss Anna Glbler,
Sunday.
Stanley Swltzer, of Seymour, Ind.,
was a guest at the home of Mrs. Mln
nlo Larkln, Saturday and Sunday.
Try Fort Cider, 5c a glass, at Lang's
Smokery. adv
Miss Hazel Rowe, of Balnbrldge,
attended the Union Meeting at the
Presbyterian church, Sunday night.
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Miss Anna Pulllam entertained a
number of her friends with an enjoya
ble party Saturday evening, the occa
sion being her 17th birthday.
A fine Candy Treat for Teachers and
Sunday Schools put up in fancy boxes
for 15c each. Best in town. Let me
sell you your candy treat adv Joe
Mrs. Walter Brown, of Hamilton,
who was called here by the illness of
her mother, Mrs. Gertrude Wlnegard
ner, returned home Saturday.
I sold nearly four ton of candy last
Xmas. I want to sell as much this
Xmas. Buy your candles here. You'll
be satisfied. adv Joe.
Itching, bleeding, protruding or
blind piles have yielded to Doan'n
Ointment. 50c at nil stores. adv
Miss Goldle Mauntel and Walter
Ohannell, of Wilmington, were the
guests of the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Mauntel, Sunday and
Monday
Dr. n. M. Brown returned Friday
from Chicago, where he had been at
tending the meetings of the executive
committees of live stock breeders
association.
Miss Edna Rothgeb, who has been
visiting friends here for the past
week, returned to Sablna Monday,
where she is directing the home talent
show, "The Captain of Plymouth."
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I want all the school teachers who
bought their treats from me last year
to "come again" this year. Satisfac
tion guaranteed.
adv Joseph E. Stableu.
Mrs. Sarah A. Doggett returned to
her home in Cincinnati Monday, after
a visit with her daughter, Mrs. J. B.
Worley.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lemon and
daughter, Norma, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Stockwell, at
Danville.
Mrs. Norval Marchand, of Boonton,
N J., left Monday to spend the winter
in the South, after a ten days visit
with Mrs M. B. Yoeman.
Miss Grace G. Gardner, who is teach
ing muslo in Miss Mannhelmer's
School In Cincinnati, spent last week
here being sick and unable to attend
to her duties.
A movement has been started to
pave the streets of the business section
of Greenfield City Solicitor Dosterls
making an examination to determine
the probable cost of paving and will
present the data secured at an early
meeting.
Miss Elizabeth Rockhold has com
pleted hor course as a trained nurse In
Hannemann Hospital, New York City
and is visiting at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Flint Rockhold.
She will be here until the first of the
year. Miss Rockhald raado a flno
record in her work and has taken the
post graduate course.
Miss Edna Head and Dr. Bliss Qlenni
of Greenfield, spent Sunday wltn the
latter's parents, Dr. and Mrs. W. W
Glenn.
A market will be held at Trop'a
Mil Inery Store Saturday. Chickens,
pies, cakes, doughnuts and other good
things to eat.
Aunt Liza Blanton returned last
week from a two weeks visit with her
son and daughter, at Washington, O
H., and Columbus.
At other places In the paper will be
found an advertisement of the Hills
boro Light & Fuel Co., and articles by
the Light Committee and J. W. Watts
city solicitors. Both sides of the street
lighting problem, which will be voted
on next Tuesday, are presented and
everyone should read these arguments.
' Buy your Cigars by the box at LanW
Butter Milk at Lang's Smokery, adv i Smokery.
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