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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY OCTOBER 24 1912.
IE PEOPLE WHO WANT
This fall could realize the splendid values we offer at our store
in good, dependable designs, up-to-date styles, honest work
manship and honest woods, we could hardly supply the
demand. We've been so busy that we haven't had time to keep you posted on the doings at
this store for some time, but we feel that we must now tell you about our new Fall Stock of
excellent Furniture which we have gathered from the very best factories foryour inspection.
WON'T YOU ACCEPT OUR INVITATION
THB HOOSIER SPECIAL
SAVES MILES OF STEPS
-FOR TIRED FEET
what is offered you anywhere
to visit our store to view our grand Fall Display while it is at its best?
Come just to compare the excellence in quality, newness in design and the prices with
else. Don't feel that there is any obligation to purcease anything just because it's on sale.
We're proud of our new fall stock and take pleasure in showing it for we know what it is how each piece is made and
how they will not only wear but will continue to give increasing pride to their owners.
BlSnchester dffealed lllllhboro In
a well placed game of bull at tjie Fall
Grounds Sunday .afternoon by tho
score or 3 to 1. Vatizant pitched
great ball for HIiKboro, allowing the
visitors only three lilts. Two of their
runs were due to errors.
SIDEBOARDS AND BUFJFETS
Larue, massUe, designs In newest colonial and mi&blon style1;
beauties at $14 50, $15 00, $20 00, 822 50 up to $30.50.
Solid oak In five leged extension tables, at ?5 00, 50,00, $7 50, 10.00'
12.00, $16.50 on up to the finest hand rubbed and polished round
" We are showing the finest line of library tables ever shown in a
town of this size and they are priced right too Fine mahogany at
$22 50 on down to solid oak as low as $3 95.
The best values to be had anywhere and the best of all they are
made right. Davenports that make a seat by day and at night can
be converted into a full size comfortable bed. We're pricing these
Davenports at 818 50, $20 00, $22.50 and $25.00 for those covered in
best chase leather.
The best known make of beds on the market; prices from $10 00 on
down by easy steps to $2.50 for full size beds.
If you want a good durable brass bed, then buy one of ours
$9.50 up to $28.50. There's none better.
BED ROOM SUITES ,
3 pieces bedx dresser and washstand splendid suites at $18.50,
$22 50, $27 00, $36 00 aud up to $50 00 In oak. Three piece suites in
genuine mahogany veneer and birds-eye maple at $43 00 on up to
fine genuine Russian Circassian walnut In 4 piece suites as high as
We re selling more and more gooi mattresses, as we handle oniy
the best that money can buy We don't try to see how cheap an
article we can buy and sell, but on the contrary our constant aim
is to see how good an article we can buy and sell at a lower price
than can be bought for elsewhere. We are the exclusive agents
here for the best cotton felt mattresses made The Stearns &
Foster felt mattresses These are acknowledged the best the
world over. We price them at $8 00, $10 00, $12 50 and $15 00. If
you prefer the cheaper cotton combination or fiber mattresses you
can't buy better than our $2.95, $3 50. $4 50 and 86 00 mattresses.
Solid oak wood beds in spendld designs at 85 00, $7'50, $10.00 up to
Mr. and Mrs. Sinnn J. Hlder and
Miss Mabel Price attended the wed
dlngof Mrs. II ider's cousin, Missllazol
Field, and Everett -Williams, at Nor
wood, Wednesday evening From
there they went to Dajton, Kj., for a
few days visit, returning home Sun
Dr. Walter S. Uudlslll is now the
agent for the famous Bliss Medicines.
He received a new supply of the medi
cines Monday. Any of the remedies
may be secured at tho Shoe Depart
ment of Spargur's store or at Dr.
Rudisill's home, corner of South and
Oak streets adv
Mrs. Stella M. Welch and Miss Byrde
Maddox have started a. first class pri
vate boarding house In the property
formerly occupied bv Mrs Dr. Shep
herd, 323 North High St. Furnace
heated rooms wjth bath Table board
if desired. A share of patronage Is
HILLSBORO'S GREATEST FURNITURE STORE
NEXT DOOR TO BARRETT'S LIVERY BARN
Airs Paul Harsha Matron of Honor.
In the King Avenue Methodist
church at 10:30 Wednesday morning
the marriage of Miss Edna Dorothy
Vail, 348 W. 8th Ave., and Mr. Roy
Dwight James, of Cleveland, was sol
emnized with unusual beauty and lm
pressiveness, the Rev. J. E. Rudisill
reading the nuptial service. Asthb
guests wereassembllng previous to the
hour of the ceremony a program of
songs was given by Mrs. Elizabeth
Thompson Wilson, accompanied by
Miss Mabel Rathburn, at the organ.
A graceful combination of foliage
plants with dahlies filled the chancel
and boquets were banked before the
Mrs. Paul Harsha of Cincinnati, a
Delta, Delta, Delta sorority sister of
the bride attended her as matron of
honor, wearing a tailored suit of brown
cloth. Mrs. James was attired in a
wisteria costume. She carried a boquet
of white Klllarney roses tied with a
chiffon ribbon of gold, blue and silver,
the sorority colors. Mrs. Harsha car
ried pink KUIamey roses tied with
gold blue and silver.
Mr. Max Norpell, of Cleveland, was.
best man. An Informal reception was
held at the church following the cere
mony, after which the couple left for
Cleveland. They will be at home after
Nov. 1, at the Blaine apartments, Eu
clid and Vassar Avenues.
Mr. James Is associated with the
Cleveland Plain Dealer in their circu
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. II.
J. Vail. The bridal party, Miss Vail,
Mr. James, Mr. Norpell, Miss Spray
Doyle and Mr. and Mrs. Harsha were
entertained at dinner Tuesday evening
at the notel Virginia, atter which
Mrs. Valh welcomed a number of
friends at an informal reception at
her home, giving the bride's friends
an opportunity to visit her before her
departure for her new home. In the
company entertained were several of
the bride's friends and classmates at
Ohio State University. Columbus Dis
patch, Oct. 10, 1012.
First Presbyterian Church.
Sabbath school at 9:15 a. m. Rally
Day with special exercises. All mem
bers of the school and cnurch should
be present. Morning worship at 10:30.
The regular Communion service with
the reception of members. A cordial
Invitation Is given to every member
to be present.
Sabbath evening service at 7 o'clock.
Theme, "A Good Woman, APoitrait".
This special sermon Is a companion
Bermon to the one given last Sabbath
upon the theme, "The Valiant Man.1'
A cordial welcome to all services.
Probate Court Proceedings.
Will of Wm. Roush Sr filed.
Will of Sarah JanePatton probated.
Will of Josephus Burns filed and
W. M. Gillespie appointed admr of
Janle Burns appointed exrx of Jose
Janle Burns elected to take under
will of Josephus Burns.
Calvin S. Stroup, gdn' of Wesley
Lalferty, filed statement in lieu of
Homer Achpr, admr of Isaac Achor,
filed first and final account
Will of Sarah Hoggard filed.
Matilda Shawver elected to take
under will of Wm. Shawver.
Charles King appointed gdn of Wal
ter A. King and fHed inventory.
B. W. Muntz, admr with will an
nexed of Mary J. Fulton, filed inven
tory and appraisement.
Will of Noah Setty filed.
Will of Jas. Zimmerman probated
Sinking Spring Al. E. Circuit
Conway Chapel Preaching at 9:30 a.
Sinking Spring preaching at 11: a
Cedar Chapel preaching at 2:30 p. m.
Epworth League Sinking Spring, at
6:30 p. m. Mrs. nugh Puckett, leader.
Preaching service at Sinking Spring
at 7:30 p. m.
Prayer service Wednesday evening
CLYDE HOWARD, Pastor.
Frank M. Kelly, of Berryville, and
Grace Main, of Marshall.
Theodore Marconette, of Danville,
and Chloe Fenner, of Buford.
Men's three piece suits, dry
Men's two piece suits, dry
Men's three piece suits,
Men's two piece suits,
Dry Cleaning and" Pressing
Oct. 21, 1912'.
Hoyt Mock is much Improved.
Mr. and Mrs Roe Fender and son,
of Norwood, visited Wilbur Wlllett
and wife over Sunday.
Rev. Loren Furstenberger went to
Mandest, Clermont Co. Saturday to
visit friends and will occupy the pul
pit Saturday night and Sunday.
Walter Mock and family and Claud
Davidson were guests of Lewis Mock
and family Sunday.
John Minke and wife and Miss
Cecil Reed, of Needful, visited Mrs.
Minke and family recently.
Mrs. Mollle Louderback spent Sun
day afternoon with Sarah Fursten
berger. Jim Moler and wife and son, Joe, of
Sugartree Ridge, were the guests of
Joseph Gomia and wife Sunday.
Frank Ruble and wife were enter
tained by Harry Sauner and wife last
Mrs. Tom Martin called on Mrs.
John Burns Thursday afternoon.
Real Estate Transfers.
George W. Wolfe to Clark W. New
man, Greenfield, lot $1.
Harley Hopkins to DeWItt Calvert,
Belfast, lot $1.
Elizabeth Walker to Rose E. Moore,
Leesburg, lot $700.
O. W. Upp to J. E. Upp, Greenfield,
Carl DePoy to Margaret M. DePoy,
Greenfield, lot 1.
Nora Baker et al to Chas. M. Uhl,
Greenfield, lots $1.
Allen T. Johnson to Raymond E.
Shoemaker, Greenfield, lot 81.
Hattle Mock et al to Chas. E. Barr,
Charles E. Larr to Lewis E. Young,
Pricetown, lot $1.
W. J. Hamilton to Charley Hamil
ton, Paint tp, 140a, 81.
W. C. Hamilton to Charley Hamil
ton, Paint tp, 40a 81600.
Mary Hetherlngton et al to Jesse
Horton, Hillsboro, lot $275.
Alice J. netherlngton gdn to Jesse
Horton, Hillsboro, lot $275.
William n. Weibley to Jennie
Achor, Liberty tp, 5a 81.
Jennie Achor to Daniel Frost, Lib
erty tp, 5i 81.
J. S. S. Riley et al to Albert White,
Madison tp, lot $1.
Thomas Fltzslmmons to O. A. Boyle,
Hillsboro, lot $1.
Central Union Trust Co. gdn to
Charles A. Chapln, Highland county,
Joseph O. McConnaughey to F. L.
Griffith, Washington tp, 19a 8L
Nona Mulienlx, the 11 year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mid Mul
ienlx, had the ligamf nts In her right
arm pulled loose Tuesday morning.
The accident happened while she was
at school. The bell was rung, calling
the children Into the building, as
usual there was hustling and con
tusion. Nina placed her hand against
the shoulder of one of her companions
and the child pushing back quickly
against her strained the ligaments.
A concert will be given at the
Presbyterian church Friday night,
Nov. 1, by Mls3 Vivian Woodrow, of
Chicago, assisted by Miss Nina Glenn
and a girl's chorus. It was originally
Intended to give the concert Friday
night of this week but It has been
postponed until Friday of next week.
Miss Woodrow gave a concert here
about a year ago and all who heard
her then will be pleased to learn that
thy will have another opportunity to
hear this talented sweet singer.
Dr. Simeon D. Fess, the Republican
candidate for congressman from this
district, spent from Saturday evening
until Tuesday evening In Hillsboro
and Highland county. Dr. Fess is a
personal friend of Dr. R O. Mattl.ewa
pastor of the Methodist church, and
on Sunday morning at the Doctor's
request delivered an address at the
Methodist church on the "Religious
life of Lincoln." Everyone was fully
convinced that Dr. Fess has been a
great student of thelife of the great
est American and thoroughly enjoyed
his eloquent description of the many
traits of character and kindly acts o'f
Lincoln that so endear him to the
"Girl From Rectors."
Theatregoers are anticipating with
a remarkable show of interest the
forthcoming production in this city of
the "Girl From Rectors" which ran
over one year at Weber & Fields Music
Hal), New York. All box office records
were broken during the engagement
and the run might have continued
indefinitely were It not for the neces
sity of filling out of town contracts,
that had been previously made.
"The Girl From Rectors" easily the
funniest comedy produced In vears
comes for one night to the Bell Opera
House, Tuesday evening, Oct. 29 adv
Do you expect to decorate your?
home or anyroom In It this fall? If
so, we Invite" you to stop, and look
at the latest and most exclusive de
signs from the cheapest that's good
to the best that's made.
If you like to look at Sample
Books, look at ours. We "have a
dozen of them, all papers we have
in stock and if you see anything you
want we can show you the pap"er in
the roll two or three strips If de
sired, side by side the only way to
make sure the pattern and coloring
are suitable for the purpose in
tended. You will find our prices
low; styles and quality tho best.
Remember we carry the goods in
stock and can save you time, ex
press charges, and possible disap
Let Us Show You What We Have
Bowles X Co.
"The Leading Wallpaper Dealers'
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If your watch is not running,
Or if it isn't running Right
Bring it in and we'll tell you
just what the cost will be to
have it fixed so it will run as
good as ever.
There may be no broken parts
perhaps all it needs is cleaning.
At any rate, your watch is
good enough to be repaired at
the low prloe we'll charge.
Bring it in for a free examination.
JEWELER AND OPTICIAN-
C. S. Stults dledat the home of his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stults,
near Ehnville, Saturday morning.
The funeral was held Monday, inter
ment in the Dutch cemetery, near
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I TELLS IN CLOTHING
TRY ME THE NEXT TIME YOU BUY
A NEW SUIT OR OYBRCOAT.
1 can please you in style and fit and am
sure I will SAVE YOU MONEY.
Gome in and examine the largest and,
I best selection of Men's, Boys' and Chil
1 dren's Clothing in Highland County.
BUY AT THE LOWEST PRICE 1
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