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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1914,
We Are Going to Have A
Stove Show
We Want You With Us!
October I to 3 Inclusive
we are going to have a Stove Show a Falll
Festival.
Plan now to be with us on some one day
of this show. Your time will be well spent.
As sort of a welcome to the autumn season-
the beginning of the stove season, you
might call it--we have arranged with the manu
' facturers of Clermont Stoves and Ranges for
a Clermont Exhibition and Special Sale.
An expert stove man, direct from the
factory, will be here to demonstrate and ex
plain to you the superior features of
CLERMONT RANGES
features that have caused such stupendous
sales of Clermonts in this neighborhood.
We want you to come to our exhibition
whether you intend to buy a new range or
not and see and know of the splendid features
that are to be had in Clermont Ranges only.
We want you to see with your own eyes
how positively you can control the fire, and
to know the reason for their supremacy in
cooking, baking and roasting qualities.
Clermont Ranges are made in both steel
and cast styles.
FREE! FREE! FREE!
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The six (6) big
pieces of bright
Aluminum ware,
shown above, will
be presented dur
ing show week to
every purcha s e r
of a Clermont
Range. This
splendid gift
should be suffi
cient inducement
to you to buy a
range, but when
it is give.n with a
Clermont Ra n g e
you must indeed
consider yourself
lucky.
Remember the Date
OCTOBER 1 to 3
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Atlas Cement
PULSE.
Sept 21, 1014.
Wm. Page and wife, of Pleasant
Plain, were guests Sunday of F. O.
Pulse and wife, also had as their
gnests, Fred Granger and family of
Russell,
Clara Roush and children were
guests of Clint Roush and family Fri
day. Jesse Darker and wife, of Middle
town, spent last week with Wm.
Urown and wife.
Eloyd and Lloyd Moore returned
home after two weeks visit at Middle
town. Ed Barker and wife, of Prlcetown,
were guests.jsunaay or na iwoaaes
and wife.
ll F. Smith, wife a.id daughter,
Miry, WlllleJTurner and wife, Hers-
chel Whitley. Gladys and Hilda Coch
ran and Theodore Shaffer and Rev.
McMurry were Iguests of D. A. Pul
Ham and wife, Sunday.
John Prenatjand wife spent several
days last weekjwlth Theodore Shaffer
and wife, near Prlcetown.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Whitley had as
their guests Sunday, Sept. 6, at the
reception given in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. John Prenat: D. A. Pu Ham and
wife, Ira Gossett, wife and children,
Claude and Letha, Howard Cochran,
wife and daughters, Gladys and Hilda,
Edwin Redkey, wife and children,
Henry, Mildred and and Lois, Theo.
Shaffer and wife, Wm. H. Hawk and
wife, Wm. H. Turner and wife, Chas
Barlow, Howard Bradley and Dewey
Warman. The bride and groom re
ceived many beautiful and useful
presents.
Clarence Larrlck, of Illllsboro, and
Miss Goldle Parker, of New Vienna,
were married at Wilmington Thursday
of last week.
Tne full meeting of the Chllllcothe
Presbytery will be held in the Hills
boro Presbyterian Church next Mon
day and Tuesday.
The 175th Regt., O. V L, will hold
its twenty-ninth annual reunion In
G. A. R. rooms in Hillsboro today.
An address will be delivered by Dr. A.
A.,Nellls, of the Baptist Church.
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Mr. and Mrs. uert Harwood had as
their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs.
Warren D. Myers and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Brenner and two children, of
Sprlngfleld.
Dr. W. II. Shields visited friends in
Pittsburg, Pa., from Thursday until
Monday. Dr. McKibben, of Lane
Seminary, Cincinnati, filled the pulpit
at the Presbyterian church Sunday
morning.
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"Mrs. Wombat certainly has the
shopping fever highly developed."
"How so?"
"She looks at black dresses every
time her husband has the slightest
ailment." Kansas City Journal.
Rumbling noises in hot water boilers,
just after gas heaters are lighted, some
limes startling In their intensity, are
due to the cold water rushing up from
below to displace the expanded water
above.
Tess I thought you told me you
didn't take any interest in the yacht
races?
Jess But that was before I thought
I would have a yachting costume.
Judge.
In France the aeroplane has been
made a gambling instrument, a minia
ture affair taking the place of the ball
and wheel in a form of roulette in
which names of cities are substituted
for numbers.
A car just received at
Richards Mill
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50 Acre Farm For Sale
6 room house, good. Good
Barn. This is a good little
farm near Danville, 0.
Address ROBT. D. McCLURE.
Hillsboro, 0.
CLARK CADWALLADER,
R. F. D. Lynchburg, O.
(9-24)
Fairfax What kind of a plant is the
Virginia creeper?
Harrison It Isn't a plant; it's a
railroad The Club Fellow.
TAYLORSVILLE.
Sept 21, 1914.
Rev. Moore, of Cincinnati, preached
his farewell sermon at Union Sunday.
Mrs. T. T. Burris, who has been
quite sick, is much improved.
A. L. Carr and family, E. L. Carr
wife and Mrs. America Robinson were
entertained Sunday by Ed Roberts
and wife.
Otto Windom and family, of Hamil
ton, visited his mother, Mrs. Clara
Windom, recently.
Udra Barngrover and wife are mov
ing to his father's farm at Macon,
where he will have a sale Sept. 24.
They will leave for Florida about Oct.
10, to spend the winter.
C. N. Bennington is spending a few
days In Cincinnati on business.
Starling Kay left Monday for Cin
cinnati, where he will attend Dental
college.
Mrs. 0, C. Roberts was shopping in
Hillsboro one day last week.
Mrs. H. W. Sauner and daughter,
Gladys, were visiting friends in
clnnatl Saturday.
Chamberlain's Liniment.
If you are ever troubled with ache ,
pains or soreness of the muscles, you
will appreciate the good qualities of
Chamberlain's Liniment. Many suffer
ers from rheumatism and sciatica have
used it with the best results. It is
especially valuable for lumbago and
lame back. For sale by All Deal
ers. adv
This Favorite Range is Built of
GOOD Grey iron.
Favorite Ranges are built not far from Hills-boro--in
Piqua, O. One of the biggest manufact
uring plants in the state is used in making them.
For 65 years the makers of Favorites have
experimented with
the different mater
ials, trying to find
the best for practical
use in ranges.
After these years
of experience and
thousands of tests
they find that good
grey iron is far more
durable for ranges
than either steel or
malleable iron.
The makers of stoves & ranges recognize this fact
for none of them use malleable iron or steel, in
their fire box. the place in a range which is ex
posed to the most intense heat. Malleable, espec
ially, warps and burns out very readily.
Steel and malleable iron is very durable when used in
agricultural implements, wagons and machinery where there
is no exposure to the fire. In making ranges, however, these
two substances are not one-half as durable or desirable as
grey iron castings.
We want our customers to be satisfied. That is why we
will not sell them a range made either of steel or malleable
iron. We sell Favorite Cast Ranges, which we firmly be
lieve to be better values for the money than any other kind,
and we back our belief by a guarantee of perfect satisfaction.
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The Highland County Temperance League
Will open the Campaign for state
wideProhibition at Leesburg on the
Leesnurg-Highland Fair Grounds
Thursday,
Sept. 24
The convicts on the prison farm at
Jackson, Mich., raised 1500 bushels of
onions, 2500 bushels of parsnips and '
2000 bushelH of carrots on a total of six
acres this year.
. ...
Acute Indigestion.
"I was annoyed for over a year by at
tacks of acute indigestion, followed by
constipation," writes Mrs. Mrs. M. J.
Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y. "I tried
everything that was recommended to
me for this complaint but nothing did
me much good until about four months
ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets adver
tised and procured a bottle of them
from our druggist. 1 soon realized
that I had gotten the right thing for
they helped me at once. Since taking
two bottles of them I can eat heartily
without any bad effects." Sold by AH
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Beginning at 1 o'clock p. m.
Ex-Gov., Frank Hanley, of Indiana.
Mrs. Nannie Webb-Curtis, of Texas.
Rev. F. M. Swinehart, of Greenfield.
Will be the speakers and all who can
should hear these nationally famous
platform orators.
Music by a specially selected Band of
16 pieces and a Male Quartette.
The B. M. A. of Leesburg will serve
an appetizing lunch to all who come.
And it is all FREE.
Dealers.
adv
"You used to think me a model
man."
"Yea ; but I found out that you were
not a working model." Illustrated
Bits.
A new convenience for travelers is
a shoe polishing brush with the back
Oin- J recessed to hold a dauber and can of
polish.
W. H. Ballentiiie
HILLSBORO'S, FAVORITE STORE I
The Highland County Temperance League
Peoples9
Column
FOlt SALE.
Farm and Town property always
for sale. Money loaned on Ileal Es
tate. Wade Turner,
Merchants Bank Bide.
Fort Sale 110 acre farm on piks
near New Market. For particularo
inquire at this ofllco. adv tf
Fon Rent Six room cottage house
centrally located. Paul Harsh a.
For Rent Large Barn, 3 large box
stalls, 2 common stalls; room for car
ralge. Apply to Rom. L. Boutwake
House Fort Rent Inquire of O, S.
Lemon. adv (3t)
Fok Sale Coal range, one three
burner gas plate, also dining table and
chairs. Apply No. 150 E. Main St.
For Sale Two business houses lo
cated in Hlllsborn. They are both well
rented and the price asked is low. Ben
C. Strain, Hillsboro, Ohio. (tf)
For Sale Farm of 151 acres, lo
cated near East Danville on pike; tile
drained; two dwelling houses; three
barns; six springs and live wells; all
in excellent condition. ,
adv James Gotherman,
(9-24) Hillsboro, O. No. 12.
9-25
TANKAGE
A car just received at
RICHARDS MILL
BALTIMORE & OHIO
SOUTHWESTERN R.R.
Popular Excursion
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 27.
Columbus 31.40
Washington O. H , 1.10
Sablna 1.10
Wilmington 85
Lea've Hillsboro 8:20 a. m.
Arrive Columbus 11:15 a. m.
Returning train leaves Columbus
7:00 p. m.
Arrive Hillsbpro 10:25 p. m.
For further information call on or
address S. G. Grillln, Agent, Hillsboro
Ohio; L. G. Paul, D. P. A., Chllllcothe.
FOR SALE
Independent Pack
ers Fertilizer.
A good supply on
hand.
A. L CARR, Taylorsville, 0.
"Now, why are you crying?"
"My husband Is so evasive," yelped
the bride. 'Everytime I ask him how
he likes my biscuits he tell me that I
have beautiful eyes "--Louisville Cour
rier-Journal.
Little Bob Aw, I could walk the
rope just as well as the man in the cir
cus, if it wasn't for one thing.
Little Willle-What is that ?
Little Bob I'd fall off Harper's
Bazaar,
By allowing Its inmates perfect free
dom and employing them at useful
occupations an Insane asylum in Prus
sia effects about 20 per cent of cures
annually.
A patent has been granted a Chicago
man for a device by which wireless re
ceiving apparatus will automatically
attune itself to the wave length of a
message coming within its range.
The richest and perhaps largest iron
ore mine in the world is at Kiruna,
Lapland, as far north as northwestern
Alaska. The climate is milder than
that of Alaska and the mine is worked
the year around.
The czar of Russia has a newpaper
all his own. It Is especially printed
each morning for the emperor of all
the Russians and his secretary. This
CENTERFIELD.
September 21, 1914.
The W. C. T U. met with Mrs.
Grove Thursday, September 17, and
the next regular meeting will be
October 15 at Smacks.
Clinton Puckett and family from
Sinking Spring, moved to the property
formerly owned by Cecil Caplinger on
last Thursday.
John Leaverton and wife, Samuel
Duncan and wife and Miss Edith Dol
larhide motored to Washington O. H.
Tuesday.
Lum Dutton and wife visited the
latter's sister, Mrs. Rosenbower, last
Tuesday.
Charles Dudley and wife entertain
ed his brother and family from New
Vienna on Sunday.
An increased attendance was notic
ed at Sunday School yesterday. Let
the practice continue, and remember
that the hour spent in the prayer ser
vice Wednesday evenings is by no
means unprofitable.
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Zentare Kawase, professor of forestry
at the Imperial University of Toklo,
Japan, has been making a tour of the
national forests of this country to learn
the government's methods of selling
timber and of reforestation.
"Are you going to Europe soon?"
asked one New York girl.
official paper is the most exclusive "No "replied the other. "Now that
newspaper in the world. It is strictly pa Is out of local politics and high fl-
limited in its circulation to the two nance, I don't think we'll have to go
copies printed. to Europo-so often.
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