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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, June 18, 1914, Image 5

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U. M. Lacy was
business Monday.
In Cincinnati on
Mrs. James Evans lias been visiting
relatives at Oxford since Saturday.
John Carlisle lias purchased ah Oak
land touring car.
S. L Campbell, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with relatives here.
Mrs. Horbert McA. Tuttle Is at
Clifton Springs, N. Y., for the sum
mer. Miss Llllle Farls, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with 'Mr. and Mrs. John
S. Farls. i
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Leslie Hoyt of Mt. Gilead, Mon
day. B. P. Wisecup, of Newark, Is spend
ing a few days with friends and rela
tives here.
Granville Barrere spent Saturday
and Sunday at the Adams County
Mineral Springs.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Waddell, of
Greenfield, were here on business
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Prof. K. S. Buss, of Pittsburg, Kan.,
was the guest of hs cousin, Dr. II. A.
Buss, over Sunday.
Harry Beece, who Is attending Mi
ami University at Oxford, Is at home
for the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Doggott visited
Mr. and Mrs. J. Horace Boads at
Ralnsboro, Sunday.
Mrs. Sarah Lowman returned Satur
day from a visit with relatives at
Dunn's Chapel.
Herbert Uhrig, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jacob Uhrig, Sunday.
Mills Townsend and J. S. S. Riley,
of Greenfield, were here on legal busi
ness, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Barrett, of
Wilmington, spent Saturday with Mr.
and Mrs. L. B. Banks.
Harry Boush, of Cincinnati, was
the guest of his father, Frank Boush,
John McMahon, of Loveland, spent
Saturday and Sunday with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Mike McMahon.
Miss Catherine Mclntyre, of Cincin
nati, was the guest of relatives here
over Sunday.
W. E. Caldwell and family left Sat
urday for a week's visit with relatives
at Cincinnati and Bellevue, Ky.
Miss Josephine Collins went to Deer
Lodge, Tenn., on Monday to spend the
Mrs. T. G. McOlellan, of Wilming
ton, is visiting her sister, Mrs. N. D.
Boberds, at Fairfax, who is sick.
Mrs. AnnaMcMeekin, of Cincinnati,
spent Sunday with her parents, Capt.
and Mrs. Ezra Stevenson.
Harry L. Lukemire Is attending the
national convention of Modern Wood
men at Toledo.
F. B. Ambrose, who has been visit
ing Prof. Conard, at Kenton, returned
home Sunday.
W. H. Pence, N. E. Calvert, Lewis
Swlsshelm and Mrs. Katherlne Miller
have purchased Ford touring cars.
Mrs. Earl Rlzer and M. Rlzer apent
the past week at the Adams County
Mineral Springs.
Miss Sara Worley returned Wednes
day from a week's stay at the Adams
County Mineral Springs.
MissEffle Bogers, of Hutchinson,
Kan., is the guest of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. A. T. Bogers.
Miss Mary DeHaas, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John DeHaas, over Sunday.
Jesse Horton is having the old
Mather Planing Mill on W. South
street fixed over for a residence.
Frank Crotty, of Toledo, was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Under
wood a few days the first of the week.
Misses Mary and Helen Leeds, of
Albuquerque, N. M., have been visit
ing their aunt, Mrs. D. M. Meneley,
since Monday.
Prof, and Mrs. W. B. Cornotet, of
South Salem, were the guests of the
latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B.
Banks, Thursday and Friday.
Miss Catherine Lynn and Miss Mar
garet Lynn left Thursday for a visit
with their sister, Mrs. Geo. Seeley, at
Pontlac, Mich. '
N. W. Carey, of' Bliss Business
College at Columbus, spent from Fri
day until Monday at the home of
C. F. McNeil. -
Mrs. Ksco Ervln gave a dinner party
Tuesday ovening for Miss Marie Fitts,
of Newark, N. J., who is visiting Dr.
nd Mrs. E. B. Slutz.
The Friday Club held its closing ses
sion of the year at the home of Mrs.
B. P. Runkle Friday evening, adjourn
ing for the summer.
Right now, when the buying season is at its best, we are going to share our
profits with the buyer. This is a great opportunity for you to save money. It is
indeed very unusual to quote such prices as these at this season of the year, but
our "stock is too heavy, and we have taken this plan to reduce it.
Below We Quote a Few Prices Just to Show You the Savings
Men's and Young Men's Suits
Best quality $10.00 Suits
Best quality 12.50 Suits
Best quality 15.00 Suits
Best quality 18.00 Suits
Best quality 20.00 Suits
Best quality 22.50 Suits
Best quality 25.00 Suits
$ 8.45
, 16.75
, 20.00
Mens Underwear
50c and 75c Ribbed Union Suits . $ .45
$1.00 Ribbed Union Suits . . .89
1.50 Ribbed Union Suits . . 1.25
2.00 Ribbed Union Suits . . 1.68
Boy's Long Pants Suits
Best quality $ 5.00 Suits
Best quality 6.00 Suits
Best quality 7.50 Suits
Best quality 10.00 Suits
Best quality 12.50 Suits
Best quality 15.00 Suits
Best quality 18.00 Suits
$ 3.98
Boy's Knee Suits
Our best $ 2.00 Suits
Our best 2.50 Suits
Our best
Our best
Our best
Our best
Our best
Our best
3.00 Suits
3.50 Suits
4.00 Suits
5.00 Suits
7.50 Suits
10.00 Suits
Men's Athletic Underwear
B V D Union Suits
Other $1.00 Union Suits
B V.D Two Piece
$1.50 Athletic Union
$ .89
Boy's Underwear
Poros Knit Union
Poros Mesh Union
Men's Bal. Shirts and Drawers . .45
Men's Bal. Shirts and Drawers . . 19c
Men's Poros Knit Shirts and Drawers .45
50c Grade
50c Work Shirt
Best 10c Socks, all colors
Best 15c Socks, all colors
Best 25c Silk Lisle
7 1-2c
$1.00 and $1.25 grade
Boys this is your opportunity.
A Big Lot of Our Best 50c Four-in-hand Ties at Special
Also a Liberal Cut on All Our Mien's Odd Trousers
Men's $1.00 Kha-ki Work Pants . 89c
Boys' $1.00 Kha-ki Work Pants 89c
Boys' 25c Bloomer Pants
Boys' 50c Odd Pants
19c 1 Men's $1.50 Soft Silk Finish Dress Shirts
39c 1 at Special .... $1.25
Twenty Five Per Cent Off On AH Our Children's Wash Suits
We haven't space to mention everything, but come and we will save you money.
Sale Will Begin Saturday, June 20, and End Saturday, July 4
Miss Helen Kelley will glvo a party
this evening for a number of her young
Mrs. W. R. Smith, Mrs. Llllle Qulnn
and Klrby and Walter Smith took a
motor trip to Lexington, Ky., Monday
and Tuesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Kaln and
two children, of Cincinnati, arrived
Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and
Mrs. L. F. Boulware.
Misses Clara Belle MoDermott and
Narka Kelson will entertain a number
of their young friends with a party
this evening at the home of Miss Mo
Dermott. .
Mr. and Mrs. Riley Chaney and son,
and his wife, of Dayton, and Mrs. E.
L. Warson, of Pueblo, Colo., visited
their old home west of town Sunday.
Rev. L. B. Durr was called to Dres
den last week by the death of a former
parlshoner. Gen. B. P. Runkle con
ducted the services at St. Mary's
Episcopal church on Sunday.
The truck under the engine of the
B. & O. passenger engine gave away
Saturday morning near Pike's. Chapel
and traQlo was held up on the road
until 9 o'clook that night. The pas
sengers were brought to town on the
Traction and with automobiles.
Mrs. J. J. Pugsley will entertain
with a dinner this evening for Mrs.
William F. Allen, Miss Josephine Al
len and Miss Julia Collins, of New
York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Dunn and son,
Raymond, of Chicago, are visiting Mr.
and Mrs. John Wlnegardner. Mr.
Dunn was born and reared near Hills
borp and tills Is his first visit here in
thirty years.
Misses Florence and Ceclla Felke
and Lena Kent went to Oxford Fri
day to attend the commencement ex
ercises of Miami University. Miss
Mary Feike was a member of the
George Devltt and family have
moved from the Danville pike to W.
Beech street. Mid Mullenlx and fam
ily have moved Into the property
vacated by tho Devltts.
Announcements of the marriage of
Miss Doris Merle Parker and Lester
S. Dixon at Lipscomb, Tex., on May
31, have been received by relatives of
the bride here. The bride is a daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Parker, of
Lipscomb and a granddaughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Brown, of nooglands,
and a niece of Seaver Parker, of this
place. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon will make
their home at Coburn, Texas.
Philip C. Berg and O. N ?arm will
leave today for Cedar Point to attnl
the annual convention of tho 0 1I0
Bankers Association. The mein'ieM
of the association will leavn Orj-ir
Point for a weeks trip on th G .ic
Lakes Dr. R. O. Matthews, of fol .
do. formerly of Hlllsboro, will icom
panv them on the boat trip ani hold
services on Sunday.
Mark Crawford, of Portsmouth, can
dldate for the Republican nomination
for congress, and W. C. Inman, of
Portsmouth, candidate for the Demo
cratic nomination for congress, were,
here Tues'day and Wednesday looking
after their fences.

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