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THE NEWS-HRaLI, HILLSBOftO. OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914
My store will be closed on
Wednesday, Sept. 30, on ac
count of holiday.
SAM R. FREE
Miss Josephine Rldgeway is visiting
relatives in Dayton.
Dr. and Mrs. O. A. Thompson visited
relatives at Mt. Orab.iSundaj. i
Mrs. L. E. Liggett has as her guest,
her sister, Mrs. J. B. Henry, of Ripley.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Duffoy Sunday.
Mrs. I. W. Carey has been ill the
past weeK, threatened with fever.
Mr. and Mrs; John Shaw spent Sun
day and Monday in Springfield.
Mrs. Walter Stanley returned Sun
day from a visit with her mother at
Beautiful Black and White Plumes,
30 and $7 values at The Fashion this
week for $2 25 and S3.50. adv
Mr. and Mrs. Will Wedding, of Nor
wood, spent Sunday with the former's
mother, Mrs. J. H. Wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Sanderson re
turned Monday from a short visit with
relatives at Logan and Lancaster.
Just received a new assortment of
the latest styles In Ladles' and Child
ren's Hats at The Fashion. adv
Mrs. Stephen Ilickle and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth, spent Sunday in Cincin
nati with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hickle.
Mrs. George Sands and son, of Cali
fornia, are the guests of the former's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaddis.
Miss Stella Hatcher, of Cincinnati,
has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Ayres for several days.
Mrs. Alexander Duncan, of Phila
delphia, was the guest of her aunt,
Mrs. William Mahanna, over Sunday.
Mrs. Hamlin Smith and son have re
turned from a ten weeks visit at St.
Misses Kathleen and Loretta Breu
leu returned Monday from an extend
ed visit with relatives in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Rogers have
been visiting relatives In Ross county
Miss Leona Lelbrock visited her
uncle, Lee Lelbrock, near Carmel,
Dr. Henry Baldwin, of Springfield
was the guest of his aunt, Mrs. H. C.
Dawson, from Monday until Wednes
day. Jesse Foster and Miss Hattie Ted
rick, both of Hillsboro, were married
at the M. E. Parsonage Monday, Dr.
Earl R. Slutz olllciating.
Mrs. H. II. Suydam, of Cincinnati,
was the guest of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. W. Spargur, a few days
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown and
daughter, of Cincinnati, visited Mrs.
Brown parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Col
vln, Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Olph Doggett and daughter,
Miss Josephine McMullen, visited rela
tives at Louisville, Ky., Saturday and
Mrs. 0. E. Haynes, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Hlbben Ervln,
in Washington C. H., has returned
Lon Elmore, who has been in Christ
Hospital, Cincinnati, for three months,
V has so far recovered as to be able to
George Hindman, who has been visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David
''HIndmati, returned to His work In
Detroit, Mich., Sunday.
J. J. Perry will leave Monday for
Detroit, Mich., where he has accepted
a position with a large wool buying
and wool pullery company.
Mrs. H. V. Matthews, Miss' Bess L
Butler and Benson Butler, of Ft. Hill,
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Swadley, a few days last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Swlsshelm and
Dr. Earl R. Slutz spent Saturday in
Washington, C. H., attending the Ohio
Conference of the M. E. Church.
Capt. and Mrs. A. A. Kennedy have
moved from S. High street to the prop
erty on W. Walnnt street recently
purchased of Mrs. J. H. Wedding.
The Home and School Association
will meet at the Washington School
Building Friday at 2:30. All members
are urged to be present.
Hoyt Griffith, of Pittsburg, Pa,
joined his wife and baby, who are vis
iting Mrs. Griffith's mother, Mrs. M.
F. Carroll, on Saturday.
O. C'Muhlbach went to Columbus
Tuesday afternoon to attend the an
nual national convention of Federa
tion of. Farm Mutual Fire Insurance
Associations. He Is the delegate from
the Central Mutual Fire Insurance
Association of Hillsboro.
Now We rejReady With Everything New
Suits, Overcoats, Shirts, Hats, And All Furnishings.
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W"OU'LL be glad when you come here to look at
our new models in Suits and Overcoats for fall;
you'll enjoy looking at the new fabrics and new
styles as much as we'll enjoy showing them.
THE IRON-CLAD STORES
Are always leaders in all such matters; they set the
pace for others to follow. When you look at their
goods you see the things that are standards of qual
ity and excellence in every detail.
Many New Weaves
This fall new fabrics are to be a prominent
feature of our showing. We'd especially like to
have you see the Tartans; colorings taken from
the famous Scotch Clan Plaids and made up in
small plaids and stripes; very beautiful fabrics, for
eign and domestic weaves. We'll show you a ood
many new things in chalk and pencil stripes also;
they Jl be as popular as ever; more so.
For Young Men.
In such a great line as this there are special
things that will interest men of all types; but we've
made special preparations for the young men par
ticularly. The lively new models from special de
signers are of more than usual interest. We want
the young men to know what we've done for them.
Prices That Are Right
The best standard make of Suits and Over
coats, such as Clothcraft, sold with a
Signed guarantee to give you perfect satisfac
tion at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $16.50, $18.50.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes rec
ognized as the highest standard of ready-to-wear at
$18.00, $20.00, $22.50 and $25.00,
STORE SESVICE IS SOMETIMES OVERDONE-HERE IF
YOU'RE NOT SATISFIED. IT IS DONE OVER
Copyright Hart Schr "fner & VL 9
Iron Clad Clothing
Hillsboro, O. North Vernon, Ind. Greensburg, Ind.
Mrs. Catherine Stockwell, who Jhas
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Louis
Vance, In Norwood, returned home
Miss Garrison, who has been spend
ing the summer vacation with rela
tives in Lancaster, returned Saturday
to resume her duties as teacher in
the high school.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Richards and
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Ruble and child
ren returned Saturday from a weeks
outing spent at Camp Richards at the
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vance and
son, Otto, of West Union, are guests
of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Lemon and
other relatives and frlenas.
Miss Zella Miller will leave this
morning for Indianapolis, Ind., where
she will take a course of instruction
for the teaching of the deaf and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colvin and
daughter, of Vlncennes, Ind., have
been the guests of the former's par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Colvin, the past
Hear Kr-Gov. Hanley and Mrs. Nan
nle Webb-Curtis at the Leesburg
Highland Fair Grounds this afternoon.
This is the opening of the campaign
for State Wide Prohibition in Ohio and
every person interested in this vital
question should hear these nationally
Miss Mae L, irk in wis the guibi of,
friends in Clnctiin ill Mindiy. '
Miss Olive Bermn ui Is isiting her
sister, Mrs. Bayard uuuk, in Pi.lla.tlel
Mrs. J. M. Hlbben was called to
Plqua Friday by the Illness of her
Mrs S. W. Edralnston returned Fri
day from a visit with relatives at
Wlllard Wilson has gone to Cleveland
to enter the law school of Western
Mr. and Mrs. John S. Faris spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Prln
gle, in Cincinnati.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McClure and Or.
and Mrs. 0. F. Farls enjoyed a motor
trip to Dayton Sunday.
Mrs. J. B. Worley went to Cincin
nati Saturday for a visit with her
brother, Frank Doggett.
Miss Ellen Rogers, of Mineral
Springs, has been visiting Miss Anna
Evans, the past week.
Mrs. H T. Morrow entertained with
most enjoyable teas on Thuisday and
Friday afternoons of last weok.
Prof. Harry Franz, who has been
spending the summer In Lebanon, has
returned to take up his work as in
structor of manual training In the
Misses Nina and Faith Glenn re
turned Saturday from a ten days trip
to Battle Creek and Detroit, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs C. E. Bell left Monday
for New York City and will sail from
there in a few days for London, Eng
Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Evans returned
to their home in Carlisle, Ind., Friday,
after a short visit with relatives here
Norman B. Beecher, of New York
City, arrived here Sunday for a visit
with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. G. B
Mrs. Emily Shlpton and daughter,
Miss Elsa, of Ralnsboro, have moved
here so that the daughter may attend
Misses Madge Farls and Lucille
Rldgeway visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Caldwell, in Greenfield, from Friday
Robert Seybort returned to his work
in Cincinnati Sunday, after spending
a week's vacation with his mother,
Mrs. Alice Seybert.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Horst and son,
Paul, of Columbus, were the guests of
Capt. and Mrs. Paul Ilarsha from
Saturday until Tuesday.
Mrs. John Waddell and daughter,
Kathryn, of Pawhuska, Okla., former
ly of this place, who have been visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lucas,
returned to har home on Monday. She
was accompanlod as far as Cincinnati
by her parents.
Miss Opal Burtent, of Chicago, was1
the guest of Mrs. Will Hugglns, a few
days the latter part of last week.
The Underselling Store will be closed
Wednesday, Sept. 30, on account of
Mrs. C. M. Kerns has returned from
a visit with her sister, Mrs. C. B.
Kirk, at Mansfield, 111.
Mr. and Mrs O. T. Rose have as
their guest the former's father, Thos
Rose, of Mowrystown
Miss Nina Evans returned Sunday
from a visit with her sister, Mrs. J.
Campbell Gore, at Indianapolis, Ind.
Miss Harriett Oonk, of Cincinnati
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M.
Kerns over Sunday.
Mrs Joseph Costellow, of Tlshlmln
go, Okla , who has been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Costellow, and other
relatives here, returned home Sunday.
Sloane Lemon was elected second
lieutenant of Co. D, First Reg., O. N.
G. at an election held Friday night.
He will go to Columbus to take the
examination In a few days.
President Wilson has officially desig
nated Sunday, Oct. 4, as a "Day of
Prayer for Peace," throughout the
United States. He requests all God
fearing people onjthat day to repair to
their places of worship and pray that
peace be again restored throughout
Several second hand buggies
and runabouts. These vehicles
have been overhauled, repainted
and rubber tired. They are prac
tically as good as new. We'need
the room and will sell them at a
THE M. F. CARROLL & SONS
County Carapoign for State Wide
Prohibition opens at the Leesburg
Highland Fair Grounds this afternoon.
Speakers of national reputation, Ex
Gov. Hanley and Mrs. Nannie Webb
Curtis will be present and deliver
addresses. Lunch will be served free
to all who attend by the Leesburg
Business Men's Association.
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