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fHIS KEWS-ttERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, MARCH 12. 1914.
The Path to
Tho road to success la lined with money. Ono
dollar leads on to others and finally to financial
The great question Is, are you re.ady for the op
portunities that may come to you? Are your feet
already planted on the path that leads you on?
Have you the cash or gilt-edged credit, ready to
grasp your chance? If not, better begin now to
ave, because opportunity knocks once at every
man's door. Be ready. We Invite you to start an
account with our bank.
The Hillsboro Bank
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,
1-24 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 Fump and 25 feet of
4 inch gas pipe connected,
Also 12 passenger Automobile, Stod
dard Dayton 1009 Roadster, all In good
1 Boarding Car, 8x8, equipped with
oook stove, cooking utensils and dishes.
The foregoing will be sold for cash
or negotiable paper or exchange lot
jrroperty of equal value.
Said property must be closed out
within the next 60 dys.
Will be pleased to show prospective
purchasers the above property.
Phone, write or call on
T. N. Brookbaank,
(4-2) adv , Reesvllle, Ohio.
All German submarine boats have
been equipped with buoys that can be
detached from the deck of a sunken
craft at the end of a cable containing
a telephone wlreto enable rescuers to
converse with persons within the boat.
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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March 9, 1914,
A. S. Welty, of Hillsboro, spent
Sunday with Frank Wllllson and wife.
Harry Vance spent Saturday after
noon with Lewis and Georgia Prine.
Claience Pattern called on Carey
Kirkpatrlck Monday afternoon.
Mike Kelly, the Liberty township
assessor, made his trip through this
Carey Kirkpatrlck called on Luther
Campbell Tuesday morning.
Ralph Sprinkle spent Tuesday at
Coburn Vance spent Thursday at his
Misses Florence and Pearl Prine were
entertained by Misses Mary and Grace
Simbro Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. George Griffith called on Mrs.
Robert Patterson Thursday afternoon.
Frank Wllllson and Charles Simbro
helped to tear down the tabernacle
Carey Kirkpatrlck and family called
on Ueorgo Prine ana lamuy ivnaay
Mrs. Rollo Powell and Mrs. Frank
Wllllson called on Mrs. Charles Simbro
Mrs. Delbert Robbins spent Friday
with her sister in Hillsboro.
Mrs. Walter Powell called on Mrs.
Charles Simbro Tuesday afternoon.
Floyd Frazler spent Saturday night
and Sunday with the Robbin Brothers.
Ralph Sprinkle spent Thursday
night with his father near Carlisle
To the Housewife.
Madam, if your husband is like most
men he expects you to look after the
health of yourself and children. Colds
and coughs are the most common of
the minor ailments and are the most
likely to lead to serious diseases. A
child is much more likely to contract
diphtheria or scarlet fever when it has
a cold. If you will inquire Into the
merits of the various remedies that are
recommended for coughs and colds, you
will find, that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy stanSs high in the estimation
of people that use it. It Is prompt and
effectual, pleasant and safe to take,
which are qualities especially to be de
sired when a medicine is Intended for.
children. For sale by All Dealers, adv
March 9, 1914.
Mrs. RIssa Ervin and Stanley Holla
day and wife spent Sunday afternoon
with Mrs. Ellen Hiestand.
Miss Ruth Stout returned to the Y.
W. C. A. at Portsmouth Monday.
Miss Navy Bell, of near Carmel, spent
Friday with her Bister, Mrs McCoy.
Miss Hester Masters, of Leesburg, is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Wm. Hixon.
Mrs. Ellen Hiestand entertained
Mrs. John Scott, Misses Maude Ervin
and Ruth Stout TCednesdoy.
Moses Calvert, of Hillsboro, Is visit
ing his daughter, Mrs. Holladay.
Aibun and Thurman Hedges, of
Hillsboro, spent Saturday with their
grandparents, Geo. nedges and wife.
Lee Williams attended the funeral
of T. J, Good, at Hoaglands, Sunday.
'Clifford Hill spent Sunday with hla
uncle, Fred Hill.
Ruth Stout arid friend 'attended the
social at Boston Friday night.
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 tho 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
Assuming the population of the
United States to be 100,000,000, one
man out of every 40 owes his means of
livelihood and usefulness in some de
gree to Edison.
Maich 9, 1913.
MIssJosle Spargur returned home
Saturday, after spending several
months in Columbus, taking a course
at tho College of Music.
Miss Locia Davis spent Sunday with
relatives at Marshall. -
Robert Free has been visiting friends
at Bournesville the past week.
A. J. Knedler and wife spent Sun
day with their son at Greenfield.
John B. Upp made a business trip to
Cincinnati the latter part of the week.
Mrs. A. G. Cameron spent part of
last week at.Marshall the guest of her
daughter, Mrs. Wilkin. N
Mrs. O. E. nollldayv and Miss Nell
Garman were sick the past week.
Mrs. Etta Pauley, who has been
visiting here for some time, returned
to her home near Springfield, last
Rev. W. E. Shriver spentlThursday
and Friday in Cincinnati.
The Ladles Aid Society will hold a
bazaar at K. of P. hall on Saturday
afternoon and night of this week. All
persons bringing donations before Sat
urday will please leave them at Ladd's
John Watts spent Sunday at Mar
shall with his parents.
Scott Free was confined to his home
the past week on account of sickness.
Rev. J. H. Davis, who lias been ill
forseveral weeks, was taken to Christ's
Hospital at Cincinnati last wee and
underwent an operation on Friday.
He is getting along nicely and hopes
to be home in a couple of weeks.
Miss Helen Russell, of Greenfield,
spent Sunday with her sister, Mrs J.
Mrs. Sarah Beaver died at her home
two miles west of here on Saturday!
aflorhjon, after a protracted Illness,
aged Ho years. The funeral will be
held at tin home at 1. p. m. today
(Monday) and the body will be laid to
rest in the Beaver cemetery by the
side of her husband.
The Sunbeams met at the home of
the teacher, Mrs. W. T. Hodge, on
Saturday afternoon and held their
annual election. The officers are Pres ,
Martha Lee Beaver ; Vice Pres., Pau
line Spargur ; Sec'y., Kathryn Redkey ;
Asst. Sec'y., Elsa Roads ; Treas., Hazel
For the Stomach and Liver.
I. N. Stuart, West Webster N. Y.,
writes : "I have used Chamberlain's
Tablets for dtsoiders of the stomach
and liver off and on for the past five
( years, ana it auoras me pleasure to
state that I have found them to be
just as represented. They are mild in '
their action and the results have been
satisfactory. I value them highly,
For sale by All Dealers. adv
Mrs. Hogaboom (of Chicago) And in
what profession is your brother, Lord
Lord Hamercy Oh, when Algernon
leaves Oxford University, don't you
know, I fancy he will take orders.
Miss Logaboom (surprised) Yes ?
Well, there are some real nice gentle
men traveling for Papa. Puck.
Recommend Chamberlain's Cough
"I take great pleasure In recom
mending Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy to my customers because I have
confidence in it. I rind that they are
pleased with it and call for it when
again in need of such a medicine,"
writes J. W. Sexson, Montevallo, Mo.
For sale by All Dealers. adv
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It's the Ford age the age of de
pendable and economical transpor
tation. More than four hundred
and twenty thousand Fords in
world-wide service have changed
distance from 'a matter of miles to
a matter of minutes. Buy your
Five hundred dollars Is the price of the Ford run
about; the touring car Is Ave llfty; the town car
seven fifty I. o. b. Detroit, complete with equip
ment Oct catalog nnd pait'culars from Hillsboro
Auto Co , Illllsboro, Ohio
March 9, 1914.
Mrs. Laura CaplhiRer visited her
mother at Seaman part of last week.
Wm. McWrlght and wife and Peter
Saum and wife spent Thursday with
David Kesler and wife.
David Pence, of Columbus, was at
the home of his parents, W. H. Pence
and wife, several days last week.
Miss Lora Clalburn has returned
from a two weeks visit with relatives
at Martinsville and Lynchburg.
Miss Isma Faris was the guest of O
W. Roush and family several days last
i week and was accompanied home by her
cousin, Marshall N. Roush.
I The remains of Wm. Brewer, who
died at the home of his son near Hills
boro, Sunday, were brought to the
i Strange cemetery Monday. Mr. Brew
er was an old soldier and for many
years lived in Russell.
David Kesler and wife visited David
Saum and family Friday.
Mrs. Roxle Kirkhart spent part of
last week with Alvln Eirkhrrt and
Mrs. Margaret Burton visited friends
in Norwood Sunday.
Clarence Shatter, whohas been quite
sick for several weeks, at the home of
Bert King, has recovered so far as to
be removed to his home near Danville,
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Under forest regulations In Colom
bia, rubber gatherers are required to
give the trees a rest period in tapping
them for gum.
Constipation causes headache, indi
gestion, dizziness, drowsiness. For a
mild, opening medicine, use Doan's
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March 9, 1914.
Mrs. Frances Ludwig spent one day
last week with her sister, Mrs. Turner
Hart, of Falrview.
Ellis Wilkin and wife, of Shackel
ton, spent a few days last week with
Abe Aber and wife, of near Dan
ville, spent Saturday with Wm. Run
yon and family.
Mrs. llarley Taylor and daughtir,
Hazel, of Cincinnati, spent Saturday
with her mother.
Agee Carpenter, of Liberty, spent
Sunday witli David Micheal and wife
Emma Shaffer took dinner with Osa
Joseph Fawley and family, of Mor-
risville, spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents, T. J. Screechtteld
Sherman Winkle, wife and daugh
ter, Reba, of near Danville, spent Sun
day with her parents, J W. Thorn-
burg and wife.
Miss Tessie Shaffer returned home
Sunday after spending several weeks
with her sister, Mrs. Ortha Ludwick,
Carey Henderson and wife attended
the funeral of Mr. Good at Hoaglands,
Mrs. Noah Shaffer has returned
(home, after spending several weeks
witn ner sister, Mrs. L. u. Ludwick,
of Midland City.
James Fouch Is visiting his brother,
Chas., at Columbus, this week.
Miss Emma Shaffer spent Friday
witli her sister, Mrs. Theo. Haw
thorne, of Dodsonvllle.
Otis Hank took supper with John
Claibourn and family Sunday.
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"My daughter used Chamberlain's
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sults and I can recommend them high
ly," writes Paul B. Babln, Brushly,
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In 1910 the government expended $5,
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