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THE NEWS-HEGALD, HILLSHORO, QKIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914.
Mrs. John Rockol Is seriously 111.
Mrs. Kate Doorley gave ajcard party
II. A. Eobtnson was In Cincinnati
van business Friday. '
Misses May Cumtnlngs and Lucille
Hugglns spent Saturday In Cincinnati.
MlssNelle Collins spent the past
week In Cincinnati.
Miss Etlle Haines visited relatives
in Lynchburg Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Caldwell were
In Cincinnati Friday. !
Miss Mabel Lemon entertained a
company of young ladles with a ken
slngton Wednesday evening. ,
Miss Sarah Worley entertained a
number of young ladles with a ken
slngton Saturday afternoon j
fJMlss KathrynO. Zane returned Sat-'
urday from a visit with friends near
the Caves and at Ralnsboro. .
Miss Grace Holladay, who has been ,
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T.
C. Holladay, has returned to Lockland.
William Wellbrooke, of Blanchester.
was tho guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Welbrooke, Sunday.
Misses May Larkln and Hazel Worley
spent Saturday and Sunday In Cincinnati.
Mrs. J. B. Worley has returned from
a short visit with her mother, Mrs.
Saran A. Doggett, in Cincinnati.
Miss Etta Williamson has returned
from a week's visit with relatives iln
Mrs. Dennis Lynch, of Loveland, has
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Lynch, for sevoral days.
Earl Frank, of Cincinnati, was the
guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S.
H. Frank, Sunday.
QMrs. J. W. Gore, Miss Florence
Harsha and Miss Margaret Chaney
-spent Monday in Cincinnati.
Mrs. Albertlna Chaney returned
Saturday from a three weeks visit with
relatives in Cincinnati.
Mrs. A. E. Billiard went to Ports
mouth Tuesday to visit her daughter,
Mrs. Grover Wyatt.
Mrs. Roy Wilson returned -Sunday
from a two weeks visit with Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Shaw, at Bethel.
Ross Deakyne, of Batavla, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Davis,
from Friday until Monday.
Miss Cora Bell, who has been visit
ing Mrs. Goodhue, In Dayton, returned
Mrs. W. H. Fence, Mrs. Jas. Roads
and Miss Blangie Wilkin spent Satur
day in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Clarke en
tertained a few of their friends at
dinner Friday evening.
Mrs. Isaac Conn and daughter, Miss
Lillian, hive returned from a visit
with relatives in Cincinnati.
James McDermott Jr., of Indianapo
lis, Ind., is visiting his parents, Mr.
and Mrs James McDermott.
Miss Ruth Mauntel was the guest of
her sister, Miss Goldle, at Wilming
ton, from Friday until Monday.
Mrs. M. F. Carroll and daughter,
JVIlss Rosemary, visited relatives In
Cincinnati, Thursday and Friday.
Miss Margene Carlisle has returned
f rsm an extended visit with her sisters.
Misses Louis and Pearl, In Columbus,
Miss Martha Cooper, of Mineral
Springs, returned home Monday, after
a short visit with her grandparents,
Dr. Leonard, of New York City, has
begun the practice of chlropractory
here. Her ofllco Is with Dr. Auta N.
A box supper will be held at the
school houso at Carmel Saturday even
ing, Dec. 20, for the benefit of the
Rev. Fr. Burke entertained the
members of the choir of St. Mary's
Catholic church at dinner at the High
land House Monday evening.
A Farmers' Institute will be held at
Leesburg, Friday and Saturday. Frank
Blackford, 0. F. Green and Mrs. Ida
Durbln are the state speakers.
Mrs. F. H. Randolph, who Is the
nurse for Miss May Bell, went to
Washington, D. C, Wednesday, for a
two weeks visit with her family. I
Xenla suffered a big loss from Are
last week, amounting to 375,000 with
Insurance of 350,000. The fire started
In the basement of a building In the
center of town from a defective fur
nace. Dr. Henry Schwelnsberger and Miss
Bessie Thompson, of Alliance, will be
married on next Mojiday. Dr.'
Schwelnsberger Is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. J. Schwelnsberger, of thlst
place, and his sisters, Mrs. O. D. '
Wright and Mrs. Henry Ervln will
attend the wedding. j
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Make His Christmas Cheerful and Your Own Too.
THE 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
H. S. & M. SUIT
Boxed Holiday Sets
BOYS' RAIN COATS
with hat to match
Don't Feiil to See 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
Don't Fail to Watch Our One Day Specials
Saturday, December 19
With every suit of clothes
we will give Absolutely FREE
a pair of odd Trousers as follows:
With a f 10.00 Suit a $1.60 Pants
With a 12.00 Shit a 2.00 Pants
With a 15.00 Suit a 3.00 Pants
With an 18 00 Suit a 3 50 Pants
With a 20.00 Suit a 4.00 Pants
With a 22.50 Suit a 5.00 Pants
With a 25.00 Suit a 6.00 Pants
Monday, December 21
Very best quality Boys' $1.50
Sweater Coats, at special 98c
Finest quality $1.00 Sweater
Coats for boys at . . . 79c
A lot of best $1.50 quality
Sweaters for men at . $1.00
Tuesday, December 22
On this one day only we are
going to give 25 per cent dis
count on all Boys' and Chil
A lot of very best qualityJ50c
Boys' Caps while they last at
special . . . . 25c
Very finest quality $3.00 Fur
Caps . . . $1.98
Wednesday, Dec. 23.
20 dozen very finest quality
Boys' heavy 25c ribbed Stock
ing at very special . . 15c
Best quality Men's 10c Socks
in black and colors at . 7c
15c grades . . , 10c
25c heavy Wool . . 19c
Thursday, December 24
For this one day only we
will give free with every $1.00
Fancy Dress Shirt a pair of
35c Cuff Links.
With every $1.50 Dress Shirt
a pair of our best 50c and 75c
Gold Cuff Links,
& Our Store will be Open Evenings From Monday, December 21, Until Christmas s
CLOSED ALL DAY CHRISTMAS
E. H. McCLURE & GO.
DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY
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