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The News-Herald. (Hillsboro, Highland Co., Ohio) 1886-1973, October 22, 1914, Image 5

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H. 0. Ambrose has returned from a QMrs. Ilomer Euverard spent Monday
visit with his daughter in Portsmouth In Cincinnati.
Mrs. Will Bennott returned Sunday
from a weeks visit with friends in
W. H. Wlllett returned to his home
in Vlllllsca,lo., Sunday, after a week's
visit with Mr. and Mrs. D, II. Hill.
Mrs. Montgomery returned to her
home in Decatur Monday, after a visit
with Miss Lavlna Zink.
Mr. and Mrs. George II. Seely and
son, of Oxford, Mich., are visiting Mrs.
Seeley's mother, Mrs. E. E Linn
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Snlrley returned
Monday from a visit with the latter's
parents in Chicago.
Miss Goldle Puckett, of Blanchester,
was the guest of her father, James
Puckett, Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. H. B. Harper, of Barberton, was
the guest of Mr. and II. P Roush,
Miss Goldle Mauntell has returned
to her work in Wilmington, after a ten
days visit with her parents, here.
Sam Evans, of Washington C. II.,
was a business visitor here Tuesday
and Wednesday.
Thqmas Berry, who is attending
Ohio State University at Columbus,,
spent Sunday with relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs Julius Galliett, of
Sardinia, were the guosts Sunday of
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hugglns.
Mrs. George M. Ballentine enter
tained a company of ladles Friday
afternoon with a kenslngton.
Mrs. Will Hugglns and son, who
have been visiting relatives in Pitts
burg, Pa., returned home Saturday.
Vernon Brewer was called to Wil
mington Monday by the death of his
! Hallowe'en novelties and masks In
large variety at Stabler's. adv
Mrs Charles M. Johnson has gone
to Galveston, Tex., for a three weeks
visit with relatives.
Dr. Compton, of Wooster, filled the
pulpit at the Presbyterian church
Sunday morning.
William Wellbrook, of Blanchester,
visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Wellbrook, over Sunday.
Stanley Rogers attended the Grand
Conclave of Knight Templars at Col
nmbus last week.
Henry Nesblt has returned from a
two months visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Orvllle Pavey, at Wing, N. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellswarth Wilkin, of
Danville, were the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. George Pugh, Sunday.
Andrew Haley, of Adams county,
visited his brother, William Haley,
Mrs. Lulu Barrere will go to Colum
bus today for a visit with her sister,
Mrs. S. W. Hlestand.
Don't forget the Presbyterian Mar
ket at Parshall's Hardware Store
Saturday. Proceeds for Benevolence
Mrs. W. N. Bean was the guest of
her daughter, Mrs. Harley Wilkin, of
Washington C. H., a few days the first
of the week.
Judge Cyrus Newby attended the
meeting of judges of this district in
Columbus Tuesday at which time th
times of holding court were fixed.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Robinson and
son were the guests of relatives in
Washington, C. H., from Friday until
Mrs. Elizabeth Booth, of Winches
ter, was called here Saturday by the
serious illness of her father, Emanuel
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conard had as
their guests Saturday and Sunday Mrs.
Sarah McClure and Mrs. Samuel Wil
liamson, of Madisonville.
Charles Donohoo, of Mt. Washington
and Miss Bessie Dodson, of Pricetovn,
were married at the Presbyterian par
sonage by Dr. Shields, Saturday.
Miss Ruth Rier, who is attending
college at Delaware, was the guest of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rlzer,
Saturday and Sunday.
X'Col. and Mrs. J. T. Yates, of Lynch
1 burg, Va., who have been visiting
Judge and Mrs. T. M. Watts, returned
home Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hester and Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Naylor spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tedrlck, at
Mrs. Thomas Reed died at her home
on N. West street Monday. The f u
neral was held at the Methodist church
Wednesday ; burial at Prospect.
Mrs. Llllle S. Qulnn entertained a
company of ladles with bridge Satur
day afternoon for Mrs. Montgomery,
the charming guest of Mrs. L. B. Boyd.
Miss Nannie Ballentine, of Madison
ville, who has been visiting Mr. and
Mrs. George M. Ballentine, returned
home Sunday.
Dr. and Mrs. V B. McConnaughey
left Monday for a visit with the latter's
sister, Mrs. Felix Llndsey, at Benton
ville, Ark.
Mrs. 0. M. Johnson and daughters,
Miss Claudine and Mrs. Earle Y. Mil
ler, spent a few days the first of the
week with relatives in Cincinnati.
m i
Jacob Miller, of College Hill, Cincin
nati, was the guest of his daughter,
Mrs. James Gonwell, Saturday and
NEWs-nEUALDand Cincinnati-Commercial
Tribune both one year for
$3.00. A real bargain. adv.
Mrs Roy S. Rogers entertained
with cards Thursday afternoon for
Miss Nannie Ballentine.
J. E. Carroll attended the State
Carriage Makers Convention at Clncin-
naai, Tuesday and Weenesday.
John W. Wooddell, of Russell, spent
Monday with Mr. and Mrs. ( Amos
EMIss Narka Nelson visited frienes
in Covington, Ky., Saturday and Sun
day. Miss Anne Kirk, of Norwood, was
the guest of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Amos Edgington, Saturday
and Sunday.
Dr. II. M. Brown returned Saturday
from Ft. Worth, Tex., where he was
a judge of cattle at the Texas Cattle
Charles F. Lyle went to Toledo Sun
day where he has secured employment
in the factory of the Overland Motor
Car Co.
James O Anderson, of Beech street,
underwent an operation Sunday, which
was entirely successful. He is getting
along nicely.
Miss L. Austle Patton, of Leesburg,
visited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Watts and
other friends here, from Saturday un
til Monday.
That part of the story of the Million
Dollar Mystery which will be shown
at the Orpheum tonight appears in
this issue of TnE News Herald.
The Seniors, Juniors and Sophmores
of the High School entertained the
Freshmen Friday night at the Wash
ington school building.
Mlss Johnson, who is teaching in
Porto Rico, was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles M. Johnson last week.
She went to Clermont county Friday
to visit relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hern and child
ren, of Madisonville, were the guests
of relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
They were accompanied home by Mrs.
Hern's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Pearce.
Rev.SJ. P. Currnn. nf RnllnfontalnB
formerly pastor of the Hlllsboro Bap
tist church, was recently elected mod
Auglaize erator of the Baptist Asso
ciation of Northwestern Ohio.
Donald Conard, eldest son of Prof.
Harvey Conard formerly superintend
ent of the Hlllsboro schools, is ' seri
ously ill in a Columbus hospital with
but slight hopes of recovery.
Misses Anna and May Woods, of
Georgetown, were guests of Miss
Rosemary Carroll, Sunday. Dr. and
Mrs. Sharp, of Georgetown, were also
callers at the Carroll home Sunday.
All persons having bills against
Dodson, Wardlow & Smith will please
present them on or before Nov. 1, as
the partnership will be dissolved at
that time. Send bills to J. L. Smith,
Lynchburg, O., Route 4. adv
Arthur Chaney, of Mt. Zton, has
purchased the property of John Farls
on the corner of Elm & South streets.
Mr. Chaney and family will move here
soon. Mr Farls and family will move
to the property of Mrs. O. S. Lemon,
on N High street.
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hlestand, of
Columbus, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley
Wilkin, of Washington C. H., were
among the out-of-town guests here for
the wedding of Miss Margaret Barrere
and Fred H. Lafferty Wednesday
The young ladles of the Esoteric
Club entertained Thursday afternoon
for Miss Margaret Barrere at the
home of Miss Faith Glenn. Miss Bar
rere was presented with a beautiful
silver candelabra.
Mrs. John W. LeGrande, of Lynch
burg, Va., who has been visiting Mrs.
John L. Miller and other friends here,
left Monday for Jackson where she
will visit relatives for several weeks
before returning home.
If you are interested in the Million
Dollar Mystery you should read the
story as it is published in the TnE
News-Herald before soelng the
pictures at the Orpheum Thursday
VI ST AVol Clott U
Buy stove pipe and elbows at Stab
ler's. adv
Look your best
Oui business is to make
men and young men look their
best. The new lines of shirts,
hats, gloves, neckties, under
wear and clothing for Fall and
Winter are one peg higher
thari ever before in quality
but not in price.
When you come here you'll
be treated right, too. None
of that tiresome waiting for a
salesman. We have enough
to take care of our trade, and
every one knows his business.
The stock is complete, the
styles are new, and the prices
are right.
Among the rest of our new
goods are some of the most at
tractive suits and overcoats
you've ever seen. They're
Clothcraft, and that means an
iron-clad guarantee of all-wool,
stylish, shape retaining clothes
that will wear until you want
to discard them. One of the
most popular suits is the Cloth
craft Blue Serge Special No.
4130 at $18.50. But there's big
variety of other styles and pat
terns from $10.00 to $18 00.
If you've never worn Cloth
craft, you'll be surprised at
these values. The clothes will
convince you without us say
ing a woad.
1 1 Most heaters waste half your fuel
Cole's Hot Blast Heaters save and use
tint wastea portion. adv
Rev. Slutz, of the Methodist church
addressed a temperance meeting at
Fairfax Wednesday night..
William A. Brewer, aged 62, of
Lynchburg, was adjudged Insane by
Judge Worley Monday and sent to the
Athens' State Hospital.
Stabler's Basement Department Is
doing more and better business every
day. Visit this department next time
you are in town. adv
Dr. A. A. Nflllls, O. F. Whlsler and
Miss Anna Vancn attended the State
Baptist Convention at Akron the first
of the week.
Prof. Lee Guthrldge spent Saturday
in Cincinnati.
Miss Harriett Oonk, of Cincinnati,
spent from Friday until Monday here.
Santa Claus told us to tell all the
"kiddles" that Stabler's Store would
be his headquarters for all kinds of
Toys and Dolls this Christmas adv
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Meneley went
to Columbus Tuesday to attend the
Grand Lodge of Ohio Masons which is
in session there this week. Mr. Me
neleyls the delegate from the local
The big cartoon play, "Oscar and
Adolph" will be the next regular at
traction at Bell's Opera House The
date is Nov. 5 adv
The Colored Independent Club met
at the I. O. O. F. nail on Tuesday
night. The president reported 215
members. The president wishes all
the members to be present at our next
meeting to transact some Important
business. J. J. Rollins, Pres,
Lang Young, Sec'y.
Several Second Hand Buggies
These buggies have been re
painted and rebuilt to be nearly
as good as new. We will sell
them at a low figure.
The Hi, F. Carroll & Sons Go.
Oct. 10, 1914.
Mrs. H. N. Head and Miss Clara
Lowman called on Mrs. John Free,
Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Elmer Cameron, of Marshall,
and Mrs. Jesse Medsker and son, of
Dayton, took dinner with Jas. Sams
and family, Wednesday.
Mrs. Nina Henry spent Tuesday
with her parents, Geo. Miller and wife,
of Marshall.
Geo. Henry and family entertained
at dinner Sunday Melva and Grace
Redkey, Hugh Stabler, of Hlllsboro,
Clarence Miller, of Marshall, and J. L.
Henry and family.
T. W. McCoy and family, of near
Hlllsboro, spent Sunday with his
mother, Mrs. Emma McCoy.
Mrs. Ruth Waddell called on her
sister, Mrs. Grace McCoy, Tuesday af
ternoon. H. N. Head and wife and Mrs. Mary
McCoppln and sons took dinner with
Chas. McCoppln and family, Sunday.
Mrs. Emma McCoy received a tele
gram Saturday announcing the death
of her brother-in-law, Robert Mc
Nary, of Allceville, Kan. Mr. Mc
Nary was a former resident of this
county and his many friends were
saddened to hear of his death.
Miss Clara Lowman spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Miss Ethel
Master Leslie Garen called on Ed
and Carl Lelbrock, Sunday afternoon.
Lee Lelbrock spent Sunday after
noon with Alex Simpson.
Coal totals 85 per cent, of all miner
als drugs.
Friday and Saturday
Absolutely the greatest value in high
grade Hats ever offered by us. Come
and see these smart new sailors, tur
ban, medium and large size shapes, in
silk velvet and plush; all the very
newest styles; in black and colors.
Beautiful Assortment of Newest Hat Trimmings
Saturday Oct. 24
Beginning at 9 a. m. on this day, we will sell a full size 15 inch
Black Japanned Coal Hod for 15c, with a handy size Fire Shovel
FREE. Not more than one sold to any customer. See them In win
dow. Saturday, Oct. 31, we will sell any 1 and $1.25 Jardlnler In the
store for only 79c.
Stabler's 5 & 10c Store
"We Teach Your $ $ $ to Have More Cents."
O. N. Sams, Dick RockholtJ, Capt.
John Matthews, Philip O. Berg and J.
W. Evans are attending the conven.
tlon of Group Four of the Ohio Bank
er's Association today. O. N. Sams
will be chairman of the meeting and
make the opening address.
Mrs. W. O. Larkln was in Cincinnati
last week and also visited her nieces,
Mrs. Harry Applegate, at Hyde Park,
and Mrs, David Denman, at Madisonville-
New Corn Meal on
sale at all grocers,
. Ask for it.

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