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THE NEWS-HERaLD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914
An Aim in
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Private Sale of Valuable Personal
Having decided to quit the road,
building business on account of my
other business taking all my time, I
will offer at private sale at my home
In Reesvllle, Ohio, the following per
1 Aurora Stone Crusher, 10x15, with
25 foot elevator, and all necessary ap
purtenances, 1 Revolving Screen,
3 Stone Hoppers and Loaders for
grading stone preparatory to building
water bound macadam road,
1 2f inch Hoist,
150 feet of 5 8 cable,
3 Steel Cars,
' 1000 feet of T-Ralls,
2 Steam Drills.
All pipes and hammers necessary to
complete the above outfit. '
1 8 h. p. International Famous Gaso
line Engine, good as new,
1 4-inch tubular Pump and 25 feet of
4 inch gas pipe connected,
Also 12 passengrr Automobile, Stod
dard' Dayton 1009 Roadster, all In goo'd
1 Hoarding Car, 8x8, equipped with
oook stove, cooking utensils and dishes.
The foregoing will be sold for cash
or negotiable paper or exchange for
property of equal value.
Said property must be closed but
within the next CO diys.
Will be pleased to show prospective
purchasers the above property.
Phone, write or call on
T. N. Brooksaank,
(4-2) adv Reesvllle, Ohio.
Second Hand Vehicles For Sale
at Bargain Prices.
3 Summer Buggies, like new.
1 Winter Buggy, sound and good.
1 Surrey, (Carroll make) good as new.
Several buggies In fair condition.
3 Phaetons, splendid condition.
1 brand new buggy, 840.
All of these buggies must be sold be
fore March 1 to make room for our
; They will go at very low prices, All
are bargains. Act quickly.
InB M. F. .OAitBOLi & Sons Co.,
d,v Hillsboro, Ohio.
and Savings Co.
. February 23, 1914.
" Mrs Marie Myers apd father, Mr.
Triplet, transacted business in Hills
Dr. Wagner, of Cincinnati, was the
guest of Rev. Martin and family on
Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Isma Troth and Grant Hopkins left
Wednesday for Arkansas where they
have business interest.
Miss Lillian Chaney and Kleisllch
shopped in Hillsboro Wednesday.
Birch Reams! and wife entertained
Miss Ollie Ladd, of Leesburg, Mrs.
Anna Reams and daughter, Floy, at
Miss Helen Murphy, of Wilmington,
was an over Sunday guest with home
Mrs. John Duncanson is very sick.
Agnes liarr spent Saturday and
Sunday with relatives at Webertown.
Mrs. Ella Parker spent part of last
week with relatives In Loveland.
Miss Cecil Glancy returned to her
home in Batavia Friday after a ten
days visit with Mrs. T. E. Moorehead.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Townsend and
son, Johnson, were with relatives at
Norwood over Sunday.
Miss Martha. Carr, of Cincinnati,
was with her sister, Mrs. Smith, over
The Women's Home and School As
sociation will meet In the school
building Friday afternoon.
Miss Ollie Ladd, of Leesburg, is vis
iting Miss Floy Reams.
Mrs. Warren Morrow returned home
Friday after spending the week with
her daughter, Mrs. Chas. Terrell, at
Valley Farm. Her little granddaugh
ter accompanied her home for a visit.
Miss Minnie Bposveld, of Richmond,
lnd., is with her parents lor an ex
Mr. and Mrs. Lanta Kirkhart, of
Falrvlew, were entertained at the
home of J. A. Kessler and wife Sun
day. W. L. Stautner and V. C. Duncan-
Luring the past year, by thou
sands of smokers, all Inclination
for eny tobacco but STAG.
A significant fact is Stag's in
stant appeal to old smokers men
who had long settled down to
These wise old critics' are per
haps the most enthusiastic of all.
Convenient Packages: The Handy Half
Size 5-Cent Tin, the Full-Size IP-Cent Tin, the Pound
and Half-Pound Tin Humjdors and the Pound Glass
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son attended church at Hillsboro Sun
diy. Emmet Pltzer, Neal Reeves and
Thomas Dudley, of the U. S. Navy,
are home on a ten days furlough.
Mrs. Lee Reeves, of Dayton, Is vis
ltlng at the Reeves home.
Lynchburg was so fortunate as to
have with them Mrs. Eddy, a returned
missionary from India, who assisted
Rev. D resell in the special meetings
Friday and Saturday evenings and on
Sunday morning delivered a lecture
at the M. E. Church and in the after
noon gave a very interesting talk to
the ladles. While here she reorgan
ized the W. F. M. S. of the M. E.
Miss Mabel Lemon, of Hillsboro,
spent Sunday and Monday with Mar
lie Van Winkle.
Mrs. O. A. Thompson, of Hillsboro,
was the guest of her parents Mr. and
Mrs. Hopkins, on Tuesday.
Miss Hilda Goddard visited friends
in Columbus last week.
Harold Hodson entertained his
friend, Mr. Welsh, of Columbus, the
first of the week.
Miss Hazel M. Galllett, of Coving
ton, was home from Friday until Mon
Colds and Croups in Children.
Many people rely upon Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy impllclty In cases
of colds and croup, and it never disap
points them. Mrs. E. II. Thomas,
Logansport, Ind., wrties: "I have
found Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to be the best medicine for colds and
croup 1 have ever used, and never tire
of recommending It to my neighbors
and friends. I have always given it to
my children when suffering from
croups, and it has never failed to give
them prompt relief." For sale by All
j February 23, 1914.
i Grover Collins, of Folsom, spent
Monday night with Emerson Hatha-
way and family.
Harry Muntz, of Hillsboro, called on
Robert Patterson Wednesday morn
ing. Mrs. Robert Patterson and George
Grllllth are on the sick list.
John Robblns spent Thursday night
with Grover Collins, of Folsom.
Miss Florence Prine spent Friday
night in Hillsboro as the guest of
Mrs. Will Coffman, who is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Storer.
Clarence Roades, of Shackelton, who
Is traveling for the Watkins Com
pany, was in this section Friday.
A. S. Welty, of Hillsboro, spent Sat
urday with S. C. Sitnbro and family.
Mr. aud Mrs. J. O. narrls, of Har
rlsburg, spent Sunday with Chas
Slmbro and family,
A. S. Welty, of Hillsboro, spent
Sunday with Frank Wllllson and
Willie Pa, what is an altruist?
Paw An altruist Is a man who is
satisfied with the way the government
Is run and the way the ball team is
managed, my son Cincinnati Enquirer.
For Pipe and Cigarette "
P. Lorillarcl Co. list. I7CO
Many Are Tlie Voices
Thirty thousand voices What a
grand chorus I And that's the number
of American men and women who are
publicly praising Doan's Kidnoy Pills
for relief from backache, kidney and
bladder Ills They say it to friends.
They tell it in the home papers.
Hllliboro people are lu this chorus.
Here's a Hillsboro case.
Theodore Murphy, carpenter, Elm &
Pleasant Sts., Hillsboro, Ohio, says:
"I don't hesitate to recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills, for they have always
given me relief when I have had occa
sion to take them. A good many of
my friends have used Doan's Kidney
Pills with very beneficial results. I
advise everyone to give them a good
trial, for I know what they will do. I
have had no reason to change my opin
ion of Doan's Kidney Pills since re corn
mending them some years ago."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for.the Dnlted
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. adv
Feb. 23, 1014.
Krell Bennington spent Saturday
night and Sunday with John Sauner,
G. N. Roberts and family spent Sun
day with her parents, John Mason and
wife, of Sardinia.
James Cochran and wife, of Winches
ter, spent Sunday with the latter's
parents, Dave Fender and wife.
Several from here attended the sale
of Dick Hugglns, near Buford, Satur
day. C. N. Bennington and EII Martin
were business visitors in Hillsboro,
A. L. Carr and wife and daughter,
Eleanor, spent Sunday afternoon with
E. L. Carr and wife.
Elmer Blake and family moved from
the farm of H. L. Hawk to Sardinia.
Ed Fawley and family will move into
the place vacated by Mr. Blake.
Charley Bohl and wife spent Satur
day and Sunday with the former's
parents, Henry Bohl and wife, of
To Enjoy the Popular Dances,
The feet must be free from pain. Many
women and men realize the comfort
to be enjoyed by using Allen's Foot
Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shak
en into the shoes before the dance.
Since dancing has become so popular,
Allen's Foot-Ease is in demand every
where because it rests the feet and'
makes dancing a delight. For Free
sample, Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
LeRoy, N. Y. (3-12) adv
Heretofore the percentage rating of
the United States in exports to the far
East, as compared with European
countries, has been decidedly unfavor
able, but for 1912 America, including
Hawaii and the Philippines, took the
lead In Japan's imports.
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Feb. 27, 1014.
Howard Puckett and Walter Rosse
lot were business visitors at Mllford
Clarence Gossett recently sold his
farm to Harry Purdy and will move to
Buford as soon as the weather settles'.
Mrs. H. F. Rosselot, who is noted in
this community for serving cool and
delicious refreshments In summer, had
despaired of getting up ice this winter,
but succeeded Saturday In filling the
Col W. B. Rogers and A. J. Fry, of
Hillsboro, are business callers here
The Ladles Aid Society of the
Christian Church will give a social
Saturday evening, Feb. 28, at the
school house. At that time they will
sell a lot of hand made articles both
fancy and useful, including a beautiful
quilt, blue and white snow ball pat
tern, and splendid woolen comfort.
Don't miss it Ice cream and cake
will be served.
W. Brown and wife, of New Hope,
and Wheatly Brown and wife and
daughter and Richard Brown and
family are guests of relatives here
How to Prevent Bilious Attacks.
"Coming events cast their shadows
before." This Is especially true of
bilious attacks. Your appetite will
fail, jou will feel dull and languid. If
you are subject to bilious attacks take
three of Chamberlain's Tablets as soon
as these symptoms appear and ttie at
tack may be warded off. For sale by
All Dealers. adv
Feb. 23, 1914.
Mrs. Mary Bishlr, who was called
to the bedside of her father at West
Virginia, returned home Saturday.
Misses Hazel Gossett aud Blanche
Pulliam spent Friday night and Satur
day with their uncle, Frank Foust, at
Pricetown, and attended the spelling
school given by John King.
Floyd Rousli and family, of Dan
ville, will move to the N. P. Landess
farm near here this week.
Mrs. Burt Walker spent a part of
last week with her parents near Fol
A. R. Hawk and wife and daughter,
Margaret, spent Thursday with W.
W. Workman, near Sonner's Chapel
Frank Walker and family, of Paris,
Ky., are spending a few days with
a. a. itoomson and wife spent one
day last week with Elmer Gossett and
family, near Buford.
Mrs. Anna Fouch was called to
Hillsboro Tuesday by the Illness of
"The Best Laxative I Know Of."
"I have sold Chamberlain's Tablets
for several years. People who have
used them will take nothing else. I
can recommend them to my customers
as the best laxative and cure for con
stlpatlon that I know of," writes
Frank Strouse, Fruitland, Iowa. For
sale by All Dealers. adv
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Many Children are Sickly.
Mother Gray's Sweet Powders for
Children Break up Colds In 24 hours,
relieves Feverlshness, Headache,
Stomach Trouble. Teething Disorders,
and Destroy Worms. At all druggists,
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AllenS. Olmsted, LeRoy. N. Y. adv
Ten billion dollars' worth of prod
ucts, 85,000,000,000 of casii Income a,
bumper year in spite of droughts and
other setbacks is the 1913 record of
0,000,000 American farms.
An orange tree will bear fruit until
it reaches its one hundred and Bftieth
February Clearance Sale of furniture
and rugs at Kincaid & Son's Store now
going on. Great opportunity for oar
English scientists have found that
more than 500.000 tons of sulDhurnns
acid are discharged into London atmo
sphere every year, mainly by the com
bustion or illuminating gas, to the
Injury of the city's stone buildings.
Miss Elderly They say that mar
riages are made In heaven.
Miss Young Ah, then you have one
chance more Boston Transcript.
Washfirwnmpn in Alatumi oro ..n.n.
pelled to register their names with
the city health department.
When a ashing vessel went ashorn
recently on the north coast of England
a number of men swam out on horse-
back and succeeded in boarding it
"Willi recover, doctor?" Innulred
the pedestrian who had been run over.
"burest thing you know." reDlled
the ambulance surgeon. "The fellow
who owns the auto Is a millionaire."
Honolulu and Manlfia will be linked
by wireless though C000 miles apart.
Germany is exporting to New Zea
land "American" lamp chimneys tuat
are made in Germany. They are sold
as of American make.
"The typewriter saves time."
"What 1 like about it is this," com
mented the lazy writer, "It never falls
to dot an 'i' or cross a 't ' Flttsburg
The value of the mine output of
precious and semi precious metals in
Idaho in 1912 was $21,4(56,521, against
$19,100,894 In 1011.
Electrlo apparatus and appliances
will have prominent part In a school
oPpraclical arts to be established
Some of the largo Atlantic uteamers
have 150 firemen each.