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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1914
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The people are saying nice things about our Jewelry dis- H4 -... ,-J 1U!
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C5illllTOJr When you call be sure of this what we have to show j lillu)Wi flllli
j IWffiukl 5'PU PeoPe comprises the latest thought in Jewelry designing Wjj 1,, ' L ' M' '
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LpJHHiJ Besides our regular Jewelry line we have hundreds of klr ml !!!!!!?
I .. II sli o her suitable Gift Articles, as: SMs "
f ir iJUfl Faintain Pens, all makes; Umbrellas, La- ' kr j
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We Will Appreciate
Your Holiday Order
And will fill it in a thoroughly acceptable
and satisfactoiy manner.
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LYNCHBURG.
December 14, 1914.
GIVE BOOKS
This Christmas
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Fountain Pens, all makes; Umbrellas, La
dies' Hand Bags, Mesh Bags. Card Cases
(leather or metal), Cloth Brushes, Hat
Brush -s, Nail Files and Brushes, Mirrors,
Shaving Sets, Purses, Bill Books, Match
Boxes, Cigarette and Cigar Cases, Jewelry
Cases, Desk Outfits, Book Racks, Music
Rolls and Bags, Handpainted China, Chaf
ing Dishes, Water Sets, Cut Glass and
uijuy other useful piesentfc.
Be sure of this, too each article is priced to sell at the
lowest figures that it can be sold for anywhere by anybody.
Come expecting to be interested and benefited.
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Books rf Adventure, Heroic Ilstory,
and stories that boys, girls and little
children will like.
LINEN, RAG AND TOY BOOKS
A most complete assortment of these
books. Containing all the old favorite
titles. Prices from 5c to 81.50.
Beautiful Gift Books for older
people. People to wait on jou who
know books and book news. Glad to
see you whether you buy or just look
around
Bowles' Book Store
N. High St.
Opp Sol. Monument
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JEWELER AND OPTICIAN
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Santa Claus can't get
enough Victor-Victrolas
The good old soul wants everyone to have this
ideal Christmas gift, and no one need be without
a Victor-Victrola so far as expense is concerned
$15. $25, $40, $50, 75, $100, $150, $200.
But, as in other years, there won't be enough
Victor-Victrolas to go around. The way to be
sure of yours is to pick it out now for delivery
on Christmas eve.
Don't put it off. Come in today.
E. W- IVIuntz
"Victrola Agent"
FOLSOM.
Dec. 14, 1914.
Samuel Murphy and wife and two
children, of Tacoma, Kan., are visiting
their many friends here.
There will be an oyster supper at
the M. E. 'church on next Saturday,
Dec. 19.
Hamer West and wife, of Tacoma,
Kan., are circulating among friends
and relatives here this week.
N. E. Denham and wife, of Ralns
boro, were guests of his parents, at
Bunker Hill, last Sunday.
Henry and Stanley Kibler, of Wil
lettsville, visited G. 0 Collins, Friday
and Saturday.
Elizabeth Collins and granddaugh
ter, Dorothy, and Mri. O Swis-ihelin,
of Hlllsboro, visited InenUs in Cincin
nati a few days lisr we !.
CAREYTOWN.
Dec. 14, 1914.
Mrs. Mae Connell spent Wednesday
with Horace Edwards and family.
Mrs. Ova Creed spent Saturday night
and Sunday in Berry vllle.
Mrs. Elsie Michael and Julia Firmer,
of Samantha, spent Sunday with home
folks
Mrs. Sam'l. Engle spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mrs. Laurie
Jones.
Ethel Carey, of Leesburg, spent
Saturday and Sunday with home
folks.
NEW MARKET.
December 14, 1914.
George Eyler has returned
visit with relatives In
BERRYVILLE.
Dec. 14, 1914.
Dr. Jones, or Lynchburg, who was
the guest of Miss Mabel Shannon last
week, has returned home.
Mrs. John Brown will entertain the
Wr man's Club tills week.
Grover McCoy was in nillsboro Sat
urday. Mrs. Harry Eaklns entertained com
pany from nillsboro last week.
Hugh Moorman will lead prayer
meeting next Wednesday.
Wendell Richards was in Hlllsboro
Saturday taking part in the minstrel
show given by the High School for the
benefit of the Belgian Relief Fund.
The 'olght-hour movemont In the
United States began in 1868.
Mrs.
home from a
Ripley.
C. A. Lemon and wite spent a cou
ple of days last week with Dr. C. C.
Cropper and family, of Danville.
Howard Harris, of near Hlllsboro,
and Miss Jacobs, of Washington C. II.,
were pleasantly entertained at the
home of II. N. Miller Sunday.
Reuben Fawley spent Friday with
his son, Otto, and family, near Bel
fast. His granddaughter, Miss Flor
ence Fawley, accompanied him home.
W. H. Pigott had as his guest last
Mrs. C. A. Wood, of Danville, spent
Friday with her mother, Mrs. Jane
Harshbarger.
L. B. Custer, who was suffering
from senile gangrene in his left foot,
was taken to the Highland County
Hospital last week and his left leg was
amputated just below the knee. He
is getting along very nicely.
Edwin DeLaney and Mr. Dumenlll,
of Lynchburg, spent Friday and Sat
urday with Hugh Van Winkle.
H. B. Hare has returned to his home
in Nebraska after a pleasant visit
witli friends here.
Mrs. C. A. Lemon had as her guests
Tuesday Margaret Gibler, Mary Vance
and Mrs. McReynolds.
Mrs. John Plummer,of West Union,
and Mrs. John Gilbert, of Port Clin
ton, were called here on account of
the illness of their father, L. B. Cus
ter. Mrs. n. E. Wilkin died at her home
two miles south of this place Satur
day night. She was taken suddenly
ill on Wednesday night and was un
conscious until her death. The fun.
eral services will be held at the Bap
tist Church on Tuesday morning, con
ducted by the Rev. J. H. Holllngs.
worth. Interment will be made In
the Baptist Cemetery. She is sur.
vlvcd by a husband, three sons and
two daughters.
Mr. and Mrs. O W Roush were in
Cincinnati Wednesuaj and Thursday. ,
Miss Llllie Faris and Miss Anna The most interesting presents
Booseveld, .of Cincinnati, were with give or receive are BOOKS.
iiumu loins over ounuay. 1
Misses Madge and Mary Murphy en
tertained the seniors and juniors of
the high school Friday evening I
Ortho 11 aines and wife and son'
were with Wm. Bllderback and fam
ily, of Glady, Sunday
Mrs John Kesler and Mrs Ulrlc
Pence shopped in lllllsburo Saturday.
Mrs. Dora RatclllI started for St.
Petersburg, Fla , Tuesday morning to
visit her brother, Jesse Pltzer, who Is
in very poor Health.
Mrs. E. C. Myer was called to Ada
last week on account of the serious
illness and death of her brother.
Frank Ellis and family, of Sharps
vllle, were guests ot Clarence Dean
and wife Sunday.
Mrs. Fisher, of Loveland, is with
her daughter, Mrs Esta Laymon, for
a two weeks visit.
Harry Murphy and Mr. Benham
were business visitors in Wilmington
Thursday.
O. E. Haller and W. A. Saylor were
business visitors In Hlllsboro Thurs
day. Miss Hazel Galliett. of Covington,
Ky., was home over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Bering, of Cov
ington, were the guests of Mrs. Cleve
land Wednesday. Mrs Cleveland also
entertained what was formerly Mrs.
Bering's Sunday School Class in the
dfte.noon.
George DeLaney and two sons were
in Cincinnati over Sunday.
Joe Roush and wife and son, Elmer,
of Falrvlew, were visitors at Alfred
Pratts on Thursday.
Rajmond, the little son of Mr. and
Mrs Rldgway, died on Friday, after
an illness of only two dajs with pneu
monia ; interment at Mt. Auburn.
George Linton and wife and son left
for Kansas City Friday evening where
they will make their homo.
Ed. Srofe and father-in-law Mr.
Minzler, were in Cincinnati the latter
part of the week.
The Eastern Star had the installa
tion of the new ofllcers Friday even
ing, after which refreshments were
served.
Mrs. Oscar Smlth7of Mllford, visit
ed at the Penqulte home Thursday
and Friday.
Dr. Duvall transacted business in
Cincinnati Friday and Saturday.
Miss Nelle Hunter spent from Frl
day until Sunday with her parents at
Wlimmirton.
Rev. Meachem, of Cincinnati, will
preach at the Christian Church next
Sunday morning and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Norrls, of Cummins
vllle, were with relatives here over
Sunday,
Miss Mabel Shannon, of Berryvllle,
wis a visitor here Sunday and Mon
day. o
Dyspepsia is America's curse. To
restore digestion, normal weight, good
health and purify the blood, use Bur
dock's Blood Bitters. Sold at all drug
stores. Price 81. adv
DODSONVILLE.
December 14, 1914.
R . Spurrier closed a series of
meetings at the M. E. Church Friday
nlht.
Chas. Wolfram and wife and son
Doylp, and J. W. Carroll and family
spent Sunday with their mother, Mrs.
Sophia Stroup.
Rev Spurrier and Blanch Hender
son spent Thursdayevenlng with Ozro
Stroup and family.
Mrs. Fred Miller made a business
trip to Norwood Saturday.
Oscar Baker and family spent Sun
day with -the latter's parents, Dave
Ludwick and wife, of Hoaglands.
T. E Aber and family had as their
guests Sunday Earl Stroup and fam
ily, of near Allensburg, and Lewis
Shaller and family of Falrvlew.
Eva Shaffer and son, Gustle, and
Miss Marge Aid, of Norwood, spent
Sunday with Alvln Taylor and famllj.
Mrs. Bert Strieker aftd little son, of
Norwood, are spending a few dajs
with B'rank Strieker and family.
George Dunselth and family, of
Honolulu, spent Sunday with their
brother, Henry Dunselth and family.
Nancy Wilkin, of Lynchburg, spent
several davs last week with her aunt,
Mrs. Ed Runyon.
Mrs. Cinda Ludwick, of Allensburg,
spent Sunday with her daughter,
Mrs. Aaron Stroup.
Curtis Aber made a business trip to
Butord Saturday,
Miss Leona Stroup spent Saturday
night with her sister, Mrs. Lizzie Ore
baugh. -
For any pain, burn, scald or bruise,
apply Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil the
household remedy. Two sizes, 25c and
50c, at all drug stores adv
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Five Xmas Suggestions
TI ERE is the start of your shopping list. You
could hunt a week in the Christmas hay
stack without finding as attractive, acceptable
and useful gifts as you can see to-day in our
demonstration booth at Stabler's. Read these
suggestions there are many mora where these
came from.
Electric Iron So useful
saver in the laundry.
Toaster-Stove-Broils, fries, boils
and toasts.
Electric Chafing Dish-Everybody
enjoys dialing tush cookery, par
ticularly when so eafo and conven
ient. Electrlo Colfee Percolator Al
ways ready, quick in acsion, hand
some in appearanoe
Tea Samovar Tea is quickly
made right on the table and served
hot. Electrically prepared refresh
ments sorvea each
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