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You Have Neighbors
Who Use
Home-made Acetylene
For Lighting and Cooking
For the asking you can have the name and address
of the nearest one. Then you can, if you wish,
make an evening call and get the facts at first hand.
All told we have sold no less than six thousand
Pilot Acetylene Plants to the people in your state.
These people are our friends. Anyone of them will be
proud to show you just how these Pilot plants work how they
automatically mix the gas producing stone, Union Car
bide, with plain water. How they make just enough
Acetylene to keep the lights and the range going no
more, no less.
They will show you also how
the Pilot,starts making this gas
when the lights are turned on
and stops when the lights are
turned off. How this gas is piped
to handsome light fixtures in
every room in the house as
well as to big, round safety lignts
The women folks in these homes will be glad to show you
too just what a boon the Acetylene range is how it furnishes
heat on Up that can be regulated with a little valve how
it does away with handling wood, coal and ashes and makes
the kitchen work easy.
Vou cannot judge the Pilot Acetylene Light Plant by What
you have seen and heard of other Acetylene plants.
Teachers' Examination.
The Highland countv I o.ird o! Schoo, i:.
amlners hereby gives notice that examu...
tlons or Applicants lor . ount,- 'K.uncs
Certificates will taU nlac .1 in 'suing
ton School Building alllsDiTo. on the rtist
Saturday of St ptember, Octoter, Januarj',
March, April, .nu the .a-t Kilil.v m
June and August.
As prescribed i law. the fee tor these
examinations will be "u cents
H. U. GALun 1 Lyucnbuig, Pies
J 11. miam.n nial.uru, ViCi Pres.
W. H. Vaisgk, rJlllbbro, Sec. aav
Bell's Opera Mm
30 PBOPLE--30
Band and Orchestra.
Beautiful Scenic Ensemble,
(At 1lie Bottom of the Sea)
Including the
And the Screaming Farce,
Featuring ''hose Merriest Men of
Mod. 'n Minstrelsy,
Prices 25c, 50c and 75c
Seats on Sale at VanZants Sept 23.
Coming October Tfi,
Lyman H. Howe's Moving Pictures
g-.y i,'rzrh i '' M? Howt swict Howe
You must eee a
all barns and out-
Just address a
v Sept. 21, 1914
W. E Noftsger and famffy and aam
Lrmon and v. lfe spent Wednesday
evening with Gto Prlneand family.
David Spi inkle and wife, of near
Carlisle Springs, and Mrs L. J Amen.
of Greenfield, wi.re ths guests of
Ralph Sprinkle and wife, Friday.
Miss Flossie Robblns, of Datlon, is
visiting her uncle, Chas. Robblns.
I Geo Borden spynt Thursday night
with Chas. Robblns and family.
i Geo. Griffith and family enjoyed Sat
urday evening with Geo. Prine and
I family.
I Mrs Oliver, of Hillsboro, Is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Ralph Sprinkle.
I Rev. Stanley Wilkin, of Mowrys
town, was J.he guest of II. G. Powell
and famllj, Friday.
Chas. Simoro and family spent Sun
day evening with Gro. Prine and fam
tW Griffith, wife and children, of
ttsburg, are visiting his parents,
Geo Griffith and wife,
1 W. E. Noftsger attended the funeral l
of ins aunt, at Wilmington, Friday.
riillip Holladay and wife called on
Geo Prine and wife, Friday night.
Carey Kirkpatrick spent Wednes
day and Thursday near Belfast.
Bill Hathaway spent Sunday with
his brother, Stanley, near Allen&burg.
Roger, Boyd and Lois May Noftsger
spoilt Thursday night with Mrs. Sam
Miss Pearl Prine spentTuesday with
Miss Elsie Dakln, in Hillsboro.
Carey Kirkpatrick, wife and son,
Chester, spent Saturday night and
Sunday with John Ellison and family,
near nillsboro.
1 Mrs. Mary Kirkpatrick spent Sun
day afternoon with Mrs. Geo. Prine
. Miss Grace Si mbro is spending this
week iu Hillsboro.
v W
Pilot plant and talk to the people it worka j
for. Then you will have a clearer understanding as to why
over two hundred thousand country families now find home
made Acetylene indispensible.
Better Light Than City Homes Enjoy
The Pilot makes Acetylene the right way makes it so well
that it provides country homes with even a better light and
fuel than the gas which twenty million city people are en
joying. After you have inspected a Pilot plant we will leave it to
you to say whether it doesn't make the whitest, the most bril
liant, and most beautiful light you have ever seen.
We will leave it to you also to say whether stationary
Acetylene fixtures are not much safer than oil lamps, which
can be tipped over.
As a matter of fact only two accidents have been charged
to the misuse and abuse of Pilot Acetylene, while ten thou
sand accidents have been charged to oil illuminants in a single
That is why the Oxweld Company, makers of Pilot Light
machines, has grown to be. the largest concern of its kind in
the world.
Complete Pilot Light Plants may be purchased from
dealers In Oxweld Acetylene company products. These
dealers are permanently located in some three thousand
different towns.
The Oxweld Company's ad
vertising books, telling the whole
Acetylene story with full de
tails about the installation of the
Pilot, its cost, economies, etc.,
will be sent free of all cost to
postal to
Walton, Ky.
Salesman for
Sept. 21, 1914.
Mrs. Emily Sllpton and daughter,
Elsa, moved to Hiilsuoro last week,
that the latter might attend school
there this winter
Miss Eva Peaice, of New Peters
burg, was the guest of friends here
over Sunday.
V.nty and Harley Frye visited
friends at Cyiithiaru, Saturday and
Mis Kate Redkey and Mrs. Hulitt
Hope leave tomorrow for a two weeks
visit with relatives in Missouri.
Geo Fiee attended the Ohio Con
ference at Washington, C. II , Thurs
day. H. S Foraker visited his daughter
at Nipgen, part of last week.
Miss Mabel Ferneau will entertain
the Happy Hustlers next Saturday af
ternoon. Geo. Free took his Sunday school
class of young ladles from Rocky Fork
'hatpel ' a"enrl Conference at Wash
i Kton' '' st t5UIlay
j. lie mates Aia society gave a re
ceptlon at the M. E church last Sat
urday night In honor of Rev W E.
Shrlver and family, who leave this
week for their new pastorate, at New
Jos. I. Taggart and Rev. Boyden, of
of Washington, C. II., were guests of
friends here last Friday afternoon.
The reunion and home coming of
the old Boyd Town school last Thurs
day afternoon was a most enjoyable oc
casion. About 200 were present. G.
L. Garrett, of Hillsboro, was the ora
tor of the day. Short speeches were
made by several ex teachers and let
ters from distant friends were read
It was voted that the organization be
made permanent and the officers in
charge were re elected for another
J,ear- Maude Cameron, Mary Bell, Charley
Our village will be well represented Davis and Claude Cameron were en
at the Hillsboro High School this year, tertained Sunday by Arch Cameron
Misses Esther Cameron, Elsa Shlpton, and wife
Frances West, Kathryn Barrett and j Mlss Margaret Roads spent Sunday
ueien noage an leaving tins morning'
for the opening session.
Cost Kept Down-Quality Kept Up.
No better medicine could be made
for coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness,
tiding throat, bronchitis, etc., than
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound..
That's why they can't Improve the
quality, and war or no war, the price
remains the same. No opiates. Don't
takesubstltutes,for Foley's Honey and
Tar is the best.
adv Garrett & Ayres.
Sept. 21, 1SU4
Mrs. Charles Nordjke, of New Vien
na, spent Tuesday with Laura Jones
and family.
Mrs. Clara Purdy and Mrs. Elva
Creed took dinner with Will Wright
and family Tuesday.
Mrs. Horace; Edwards, Mrs. Bert
Connell and Mary Illxson scent Wed
nesday with the former's mother, Mrs
Terrell, near Highland.
Mrs. Klrby Chane) and children, Le
ona, Reba and Norman, spent Wednes
day with Loran McCune and family,
of New Vienna.
Mrs. Taylor Martin spent Wednes
day afternoon with her parents, Sam'l
Engle and wife.
Warren Terrell spent Tuesday night
with Herbert Carey.
Amos Carey and wife, of Wilming
ton, spent Saturday night and Sunday
with (J. N. Carey and family.
h R.: Terrell and wife and Mrs
HannahlPowell and daughter, Letllce,
spent Sunday with E. H. Edward and
Keeps Your Liver Healthily Active.
A man in Kentucky just told a friend
that Foley Cathartic Tablets were the
, most wonderful medicine that had ever
entered his system. Said he would
not be without them. Neither would
you, if j ou had ever tried them. A
i thoroughly cleansing cathartic for
chronic constipation or for an occa
sional purge.
adv Gakiiett & Ayres.
The first act alone of the big all m w
minstrel attraction of Joe Coburn and
his Greater Minstrels presenting the
latest novelty scenic conception "The
Palace of Neptune" at the bottom of
the sea is worth the price of admis
sion. This Is posiilvely an all new
feature attraction and programme.
Nothing whatever presented from past
seasons big shows. Two hours and a
half of the latest songs, musical num
bers, feature minstrel vaudeville, and
comedy farce numbers for which this
attraction is famous. Next Friday,
Sept. 25, at Bell's Opera House. Seats
on sale at VanZandt's Band concert
and stieet parade at noon. Don't for
get the date. Enjoyable, reliable and
a guaranteed attraction. adv
Sept. 21, 1014.
Harley McCoppin and family, of near
Sinking Spring, spent Saturday night
and Sunday with relatives here.
D. T. Holladay, of New Vienna,
spent Sunday night with 0 R. Keelor
and family.
Mrs. Floyd Stethem called on"Jennle
andOatie Washburn oneday last week
Mrs. Fred Brown, of Greenlield
spent last week wi h her pirents here.
Mrs Jane Penn called on Mrs. Mar
garet Keelor one evening last week.
Diarrhoea Quickly Cured.
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Di
arrhoea Remedy as much as twelve
years ago. At that time I was serious
ly ill with summer complaint. One
dose of this remedy checked the trou
ble," writes Mrs. C. W. Florence, Rock
field, Ind. Forsaleby All Dealers, adv
Sept. 21, 1914.
Ray Boyd and wife, Miss Carrie Car
lisle and Mrs. Fannie Spruance at
tended the funeral of Rev. J. W Kllse,
of Hillsboro, Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Lon Keelor, of Winchester,
spent Tuesday night and Wednesday
with Mrs. Lem Hunter
Rev. B. E. Wright, of Marathon
spent Wednesday and Thursday witl
Wm. Elliott and wife
Chas. Hunter spent the latter part
of the week with friends and relatives
at Winchester.
J Mrs. John Campbell called on Mrs.
Wm. Elliott Saturday afternoon.
' Mrs. Benton Kesler spent Saturday
with her sister, Mrs. Allle Burnett, of
1 Hillsboro.
i Rev. G. F. Callon, of Blanchester,
filled the pulpit at the C. U. church,
Sunday morning and night.
Glenn Spruance took dinner Sunday
with Sam and Ray Bumgardner.
Burch Miller and family and Frank
Kelly, wife and daughter, of Prospect,
spent Sunday with F. M. Main and
. Roy Watts and wife, Margaret and
wit, jolin Hunter and family, of near
"My child was burned terribly about
the face, neck and chest. I applied
Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. The pain
ceased, and the child sank into a rest-
ful sleep." Mrs
Hamburg, N. Y.
Nancy M. Hanson,
The convicts on the prison farm at
Jackson, Mich., raised 1500 bushels of
onions, 2500 bushels of parsnips and
20i0bushelH of carrots on a total of six
acres this year.
Sept. 21, 1914.
Ephrlaiu Small and wife, of Lees-
burg, were guests of W. R. Ruble and j
wife, Sunday.
Miss Marlie Van Winkle, of New
Market, was with Miss Faye Pickerel,
last week.
Albert Gray and wife, of Mowrs-
town, were visitors at the home of
Warren Connell and wife, Saturday.
Mrs. Bessie FlUpatrick, ol Chicago,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. Triplet
Mrs. Fisher, of Loveland, is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Laymon.
Courtland Miller le.t for Chicago
Friday where he will enter the Con
servatory of Music.
Ben Adleman and family were In
Cincinnati over Sunday.
Robert Dean and wife, of Blanches
ter, spent Saturday and Sunday witli
his brother, Clarence, and wife.
G. T. DeLaney and wife, Mrs. A.
Garner, Mrs. Brough Smith and Mrs.
Clarence Pickerel shopped in Cincin
nati, Wednesday.
Mrs. Baldwin, of Blanchester, was
with her sister, Mrs. Anna Noble, last
Carl Himes and wife visited her
mother, at Mt. Olive, last week.
Mrs. Harry Murphy visited her
brother, Frank Hill, and wife, of
Hillsboro, Tuesday.
Misses Mattie and Sylvia West
shopped in Hillsboro Saturday.
Newt. Bennington, of Mowrystown,
was a business visitor here Saturday.
Leo Parker is the guest of his moth
Mrs. Ella ParKer, for a few days.
Mrs. Sallie Pegan was with her son,
at Webertown, last week.
Mrs. Harry Lockard and daughter,
Virginia, of Foudlllac, Wis., are visit
ing her sister, Mrs. George Smith.
Miss Pearl Chaney is at home after
a ten dajs visit in Cincinnati, Coving
ton and Dayton, Ky.
lsma Troth and wife had as their
guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Brown and
Mr. and Mrs. Pennington, of Cuba.
Mrs. Vivian Woodrow Scott return
ed trom a visit at Cuba on Friday.
Chas Packham,ofSt. Louis, is spend
ing a few days with his family, who
are visiting at Dr. Kleckner s.
Chas. Morrow and daughter, Mrs.
Warren Morrow and Chas. Terrell and
family were witli relatives in Colum
bus over Sunday.
Mrs. Alex Puckett, who underwent
a very serious operation on Sunday
mornlng.is doing nicely and her friends
have great hope for her recavery.
Fred Dunnigan and bride have gone
to housekeeping in their new residence
In Highland Heights.
Charles Stroup and family visited
relatives at Maaisonviile Sunday.
George Linton was with his family
Saturday and Sunday
Mrs. G T. DeLaney was hostess to
Class No. 3 of the M. E. Church on
Tnursday atieruoon.
Mrs. Mary Galliett,of Mowrston,
was the week-end guest of H. B. Gal
llett and wife.
Floyd Sonner, of Columbus, was
with his parents over Sunday.
II. N. Henderson and wife attended
the basket meeting at Sharpsvllle,
Dr. Van Pelt, of Madlsonville, was a
business visitor here Sunday.
Mrs. Amanda Henderson spent the
latter part of last week with relatives
and friends at Norwood.
H. B. Galhett aud C. E. Haller at
tended the Educational Rally at New
Vienna on Friday evening.
Miss Cecil Glaucy, of Williamsburg,
was the guest of T. E. Moorhead and
wife, Sunday.
Stirk & London, those comical com
edy acrobats and athletes of
the famous Stirk family comedy and
phenomenal acrobatic bicycle riders,
tumblers and novelty entertainers are
with Coburn's Greater Minstrels at
Bell's Opera House next Friday, Sept.
ia, with the big ALL .NEW merry
Minstrel production which is positive
1 guaranteed to be entirely new from
s art to finish this season. Charley
Gano, Nicodemus Glynn, the Imper
111 Musical Hussars, juggling in Japan,
Archie Milton, the Metropolitian
Singing Four, Vermont & Hellman,
(The Black Mutt & Jell of minstrelsy)
singers, dancers and comedians the
biggest and fastest hustling, whizzing,
funshow of the season. Two hours
and a half of laughter and enjoyment.
Guaranteed and enjoyable as one of
the seasons star attractions. Seats on
sale at VanZandt's. adv
Canada In 1913 produced "0,720,000
bushels of potatoes.
A Lame BackKidney
Causes It.
And It will give you even worse If
not checked. Mrs. II. T. Straynge, '
Galnesvllle.lGa,, was fairly down on
her back with kidney trouble and In
Mimed bladder. She says : '! took ,
Foley Kidney Pills and now my back
Is stronger than In years, and both kid -
ney anu uiaaaer.irouDies are entirely
gone. '
adv Gakhett & Ayres.
jProfttsioxial (Sard.
Both PI.onil.lr Otllct And Rcitdcrcc
vJl FICE Short St , Upu. Court E t ar
rK N riM'r
liej. 81 P.LfiyOfO.a
P.owr 'Phone W Bell 'Phone IU
I HllldBoro, OHIO.
rrio. In Uolinie Building, Norla Et;r
Ornoi Hooks f to is a m,2to ud l u
8 p. m.
both 'Phonet in Office and Residence,
For Your Flo-veera.
Funeral Directors &. Embalmers
A Full Line of High Grade
Prompt DelHcry Courteous Treatment
four ratronagc Solicited
Successors to J. C. Koch)
Otttcekearlot Tractlon'nepot
Howe Phone J41
Notice of Sale of Bonds.
Pealid proposals will he receled ai tfe
office of the f Itrk oi Mowrj-stown. Staif of
Onio until twelve o clock noon on the 2Stl
dav of September I9I4. tor ttie purcnise ot
bonds ottbet,a.t v.llaRe In the asureRate
sum of Tvientvfne Hundred Dollars 600
datea the m day of September I9H paya
be from one to ten jeuis at. indicated by
tneir repectle numbers, each being .n tue
burn o! Out Hundred Dollars (ilm)) aud
bearing interest at the rate of sli 0 pet
cent perannam paable seml-annja. od
the 1st day ol March and September or ea -l
year, iss-ued for the purpose ol purchas nc a
tire engine and constructing are c s erna
and under the authority of the laws of
Ohio and under and in accordance ah a
'"tain ordinance of the said Village eoti
tied Ordinance to issue bonds, for the pu
poseol purchasings Are engine au.' .jr
structing are cisterns." passed on ttje J2d
day of July, 1914.
feaid bondb w.ll be sold to the b theat and
best blddeisior not lets than par and ac
crued interest fw to EH
iT'M1 lllis,lnuS!t state the number of bonds
uiu lor and the gross amount and accrued
Interest to date of delivery, bid and all b is
must be accompanied bv a crtitied check
payable to the i Jerk of the said Village for
ten (10) tier cent or the amount ot boads lit 1
or. on concinion that if the bid is accepted
the bidder will rectlve and pay lor su"h
bonds as may be issued, as aboe st forth,
within te days lrom the time of award,
bald check to be retained by the Vil.aee i'
said condition Is not fulfilled..
The Village of Mowrystown reserves the
right to reject any and all bids.
Bids should be sealed and endorsed Bids
for Hre Department Bonds "
.,.. William roTTEiiitL
Clerk of the Village of Mowrystown
Dated August Cfcih 1BU p-t
i You are responsible for the
eyes of your child.
j Watch out for frowns and
squints when he reads or looks
at a book. Does he hold it too
near or too far? These things
grow fast but can be overcome
if discovered in time.
We insist on your bringing the
children in.
No Charge For Advising You.
Or. C. F. Fa lis-
Ofllce 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hillsboro, O.

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