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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1914.
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j How to Get the Ware Free
I ilo Malleable
All-ways Preferable
Range
Come to the exhibit of THE SOUTH
BEND MALLEABLE. An expert demon-
strator will show you the range; tell you
all about the way it is made, and why it is fjj
such a good baker and consumes so little
fuel. He will also show you the Patented f
Aluminum-Fused, Rust-Proof Flues. No
other range made has flues of this kind of
metal. We know it is the best range made, 1
and you will find out for yourself that this
is true.
If you buy ono of these ranges during the week of the ex
hlblt, we will make you a present of a complete set of High
Grade Pure Aluminum Cooking Ware, worth $12.00. This
oiler is good for the week of the exhibit only, and you cannot
afford to miss It. Be sure and come early. You will see and 5
hear many useful things. There will be useful souvenirs :
FREE. Remember the date.
OCTOBER 26-31 j
The Only Range made with I 4T I 3 - II
Aluminum-Fused Rust-Proof . I ml I II
Flues. mir M-
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CEMENT
Just received a car
of Universal Port
land at
RICHARDS MILL
Planted in the Fall makes win
ter and Spring Flowers.
Hyacinths, Tulip, Narcissues,
Freeslas, Crocus.
All at Less than Catalogue .Prices
McCullouglTs Choice Bulbs
BOWLES & Co.
N. High St. Opp. Sol. Mon.
Temperance Rally.
A temperance rally will be held at
Danville, Thursday night, October
29. The speakers "are Rev. Emerlck,
Brooks White, Charlie Duffey and
Robt. Polk. A rally will also be held
at Allensburg on Friday night.
NEW PETERSBURG.
Oct. 20, 1014.
Mrs. Chas. West and( Mrs. Brown
ing, of Rainsboro, took dinner Wed
nesday with Clarence West and fam-
i'y-
Dr. and Mrs Ambrose spent Thurs
day and Friday in Cincinnati.
Miss Ethel Barnes spent Saturday
night and Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. Chas. Hamilton.
Harry Dixon, wife and daughter, of
Bellefountaine, are guests of Mrs.
Dixon's parents, Robert Snodgrass and
wife.
Warren Mills and wife, of New Bur
lington, are visiting M. T. Garman
and family.
Chas. Cummings and wife spent
Sunday with his mother at Marshall.
Dr. Weller and family visited his
mother a few days the past week.
Mrs. Etta Overman left for Phila
delphia Thursday to join her husband,
whose health is much improved.
Mrs. M. F. Garman entertained her
mother, Mrs. L. J. Barnes and her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Michener, of Xenla,
a few days the past week.
Elmer Cowman and wife entertain
ed his mother, Monday and Tuesday.
The Willintr Workers were enter
tained Saturday by Flossie Clyburn at
tier home near Cynthiana.
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Peoples9
Column
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FOR SALE.
Farm and Town property alwavt
for sale. Money loaned on Real Ea
tate. Wade Turner,
Merchants Bank Bldg.
For Sale 116 acre farm on piks
near New Market. For particulare
Inquire at this office. adv tf
RATES OMTAXATION
KOIl STATE POltPOSES: General State Fund. .15 of a mill j Road Fund I 30ol 'arnlli v, , .,.
Kalmboro Agriculture Society Fund, .05 m. : Road Fund by vote, .8 m.: Total 8 5 m IN ' d Pund ,07 m ! "others' Ponjlon Fund, .03 m. ;
FOR LOCAL PURPOSES! See table below: "8'
House For Rent Inquire of O. S.
Lemon. adv (3t)
For Sale Two business houses lo
cated In Hillsboro. They are both well
rented and the price asked is low. Ben
C. Strain. Hillsboro. Ohio. Itf)
For Sale Farm, 151 acres on plk e
tile drained, 2 dwellings. 3 barns, well
watered, well fenced. James Gother
man, Hillsboro, R. 12. adv (11-5)
TOWNSHIPS.
SCHOOL DISTRICTS,
CORPORATIONS.
Liberty TownsulD
Hillsboro School
Penn School.
Paint School
Washington School ...
New Market School.
Union School
Illllshnwi PnrtviwiHnii
New Market Township.. ,.
iiiueny ociiooi
Washington School ....
Hamer School
Fairfield Township..!""'
iiignianascnooi. ...
Leesburg School .......
i eiiu SCU001.........
Paint School ,
Fayette School
New Vlbnna School ..
IllghlatjJ Corporation
Qruslicrcok Township.."..'.'.."!
.fUUKMJIl DCUUOl ,
Marshall School ,
Sinking Spring School ,
Oarmel School
Paint Township
Carmol School
Union Township..
itusseus Bcnooi
New Vienna School
Madison Township. ...'"".!".!
Concord Township "!!
Washington Scliool
New Market Scliool
EagleSchool
Whltn Clnlr Oithnnl
JacksonTownslilp.... ',','.','. '..',..,
Wnshlnnfnn Unhnnl
onl..m 5i ...,
jnioiu J.UWU3U1D...,
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For Rent fiive room
Inquire of Chas. Carroll.
For
stove.
bungalow,
adv.
Sale Second hand heating
W. R. Luken. adv
For Rent House of
Apply to Bell phone 16L
six
rooms
adv
Mrs. A. H. Beam will give a recep
tion this afternoon for her guest, Mrs.
J. D. Garrett, of Indianapolis, Ind.
On the Woman's Suffrage Amendment
Over 50 per cent, of the farm women of the State say
they want the ballot and 357,825 .organized women are on
record for it
Lost 1913 H. H. S. class pin. Ini
tials on back N. F. W. Return to this
office and receive reward.
For Sale Shropshire ram and ram
lambs, Poland China and Berkshire
spring boars, full Jersey bull and
short horn cow. Foster H. G. Belli
Marshall, O.
fllnw &tYtnl
46 Whlteoak Township'!
E.UK1U OUUOOl , ,
Olay 8chool ,
50 Dodson Township
Union School
Lynchburg School
I jVtintllittfF fVtvlvtMl tf sn
OlayTownshlD .....V. !
Ruford School . .
Nftlom Qz.l.rv.1
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Washington School
Jackson School
Carmel School
Hamer Townshtp !..""'
hw oiarKet school ...
Washington Township"";."
jiuuihjr OUI1UU1 .,
Marshall School
New Market School
Concord School
Penn Township.....'.'.'.'.'."'.'.
UUJUIl CHJUUOI
Liberty School
FalrBeld School
Paint School ,
New Vienna School ,
Leesburg School
I g & TOWNSHIP PURPOSES. CORPORATION PURPOSES
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terrltrr the M t the townsh.p school districts lnclud.nB the attached
Hillsboro, Ohio, October 28, 1914.
A Few Suggestions in Regard to Taxes.
Proposed Amendments to Constitution
SAMPLE BALLOT
YES ARTICLE XV. Sec. 9 a.
Home rule on the subject
If NO of intoxicating liquors.
ARTICLE 12. Sees. 1 and 2
Limitation on the tax rate
and for the classification
No f property for purposes
of taxation.
J YES ARTICLE V, Section 1.
To extend the suffrage to
NO women.
V YES ARTICLE XV. Sec: 9
-Prohibition of the sale, manufac
ture ior sale, and importation
NO fr sale of intoxicating liquor as
a beverage.
The Ohio Woman's Suffrage Association stands ready
to substantiate the satisticsjprinted above.
Therefore the statement that 90 per cent, of the women
of Ohio do not want the ballot is an unqualified falsehood.
More women have campaigned for suffrage in this state
than have worked for any other reform. 2JT24 women volun
teers secured signatures for the suffrage petition. Less ,than
one dozen women are campaigning against it.
FORT HILL.
Oct. 28, 1914.
Mrs. Rebecca Stultz snent last week
with her sister, Mrs. Jane Stults.
Mrs. Anna Khoads and baby spent
Sunday with Joe Deardoff and family.
H. V. Matthews and wife and Ben
son Butler, were the guests of the
former's parents at Greenfield, Satur
day and Sunday.
E. J. Cartwrlirht was a visitor In
Greenfield two days last week.
Miss Grace Havens spent last week
with her sister. Mrs. Cartwrleht. at
Sinking Spring.
J. B. Turner was a visitor at the
home of his brother, Minus, of near
Harriett, Saturday and Sunday.
Hugh Puckett, wife and baby, of
Sinking Spring, spent Sunday with
Dan Skeen and family.
Ben Butler and wife were visitors
at the home of Manloff Reed, near
Straight Creek, Sunday.
Mrs. Emma Gotherman and son. of
Sugartree Ridge, spent last week at
the bedside of the former'n nistr
Mrs. Maxwell, who Is very seriously HI.
Paul Barger, wife and babv. of Lees-
burg, were the guests of H. M. Eu
banks, Saturday and Sunday.
Mike Hlnnegan, of South Salem,
was a business visitor In this vlclnltv
the latter part of the woek and was
the guest of H. V. Matthews while
here.
Miss Rosa Rhoads and Russ Haller.
of Hillsboro, were the guests 'of the
former's father, D. M. Rhoads. Mon.
day.
Fred Rhoads and two sons and
daughter, Miss Eva, spent Sunday
with 8. S. Deardoff and family.
Mrs. Dottie Reed, of Straight Creek,
and sister, Mrs. Florence Fulton and
baby, of near Serpent Mound, spent
Wednesday with J. L. Reed and wife.
Miss Jane Havens spent Saturday
night and Sunday with Bess L. Butler.
The first hair of the taxes for 1014, together with all
former delinquencies are, payable on or before Deci in
ner 20, 1914, the remaining half are due and payable ou
or before June 20, 1915.
Those owing last June taxes are delinquent, and must
be paid not later than December 20. 1014. nr sni-.h nmn.
erty will be advertised and sold on the second Tuesday
of Feb., 1915. Some tax-payers have been In the habit
of paying the December tax and the preceding June tax
together, thinking that they are paying the full year's
tax. All SUCh are Davlutr the l.IRt, half nf nnA vpar'a tav
and the first half of the following year's tit, and thus
paying fifteen per cent, penalty on the preceding June
tax. The proper way to pay a full year's tax without
penalty is to pay In December for December and the
following June.
Dog tax Is payable in the December collection.
When asking by letter for the amount of taxes, desig
nate your property clearly, in whose name, In what
townsblD, taxinc district, number of acres, wh.it t.mn
number of lot, always Inclosing stamps for reply.
llo member, the property stauds on the treasurer's
books In the name of the owner on Feb. 3, 1914, and the
duplicate delivered to the treasurer In the fall remains
uncbanged for one year.
Bring or send your last receipts; this will assure cor
rectness In description.
Payment of taxes with any commodity other than
"legal tender" Is by courtesy of Treasurer only. When
checks are received for taxes and not paid on presenta.
Hon, taxes will be restored to duplicate without fur
ther notice.
Examine your tax receipts carefully and see that
all your real and personal property appears thereon.
The law says in Sec. 1904 that if the taxes are not
paid as required, viz: By Dec. 20 and June 20, the
"County Treasurer SHALL proceed to collect the same
by distress, or otherwise, together with a penalty of 5
per centum on the amount of taxes delinquent.
Avoid penalty by paying on or before December 20.
While every effort will be made to accomodate the
public, you urgently requested to call early and pay
your taxes, and thus save yourselves and the Treasurer
much time and trouble and prevent a disagreeable rush
at the close of the Beason.
The treasurer's office will be open from 8 a. m. to
12 m., and from 1 to 4 p. m. The remainder of the day
is absolutely necessary for other essential duties. Of-
lice closed on all legal holidays.
Treasurer's office, Highland County, Hillsboro, Ohio.
O. N. WINKLE, County Treasurer.
Mrs. Tom Maxwell, who Is seriously
HI, Is a little better today.
Dr. Chapman and wife, of Sinking
Spring, were entertained by H. V.
Matthews and wife Friday evening
for supper.
Slmnson West and family snent Sun
day with Chas. Johnson and family, in
.ueecn iriatts.
Mrs. Ravmon Rhoads and family.
of Beech Flats, were the guests Satur
day and Sunday of Mrs. Rhoads
mother, Mrs. John Crum, near Cliff
Range.
L. M. Kelly and wife, of Cynthiana.
spent Sunday with J. O. Stults and
wife.
Isaac Rhoads and sister. Mrs. James
Rhoads, and family, of Roxabel), spent
last week with their parent Ji.mes
Rhoads and wife.
O. C. Calvert and wife, of Belfast.
spent two days last week at the bed
side of the latter's sister, Mrs. Tom
Maxwell.
H. V. Matthews, Harvey Holten
and J, L. Butler each sold a nice
bunch of cattle last week.
Mrs. Henry Countryman, of Middle
town, ts the guest of her sons, Tom
and Glenn.
Marriage Licenses.
Fred H. Lafferty and Margaret L.
Barrere both of Hillsboro.
Harry R. Ruble and Zelllne Beucher
both of Mowrystown.
Robert C. Peddicord, of Columbus,
and Ruth E. Hughey, of New Peters
burg. Clarence Rains and Ethel McPher
son, both of Leesburg.
Martin Bryant, of Buena Vista, and
Grace Williams, of Leesburg.
Forest Gustin and Roberda Roberds
both of Belfast.
Henry R. Ervln and Mary U.
Schwelnsberger, both of Hillsboro.
Clayton M. Cockerill and Agnes Wil
son, both of Greenfield.
Carl E. Steele and Etta F. Ross,
both of Greenfield.
Charley Chaney and Dlanna Martin,
both of Greenfield.
Harley O. Weaver and Maria L.
Martin both of Greenfield,
Paul B. Longwortb, of Ana, and
Virginia Griffith, of Greenfield.
MlkeNewland and Stella Kllgore,
both of Hillsboro.
Charles Donohoo, Hillsboro, and
Bessie Dodson, Pricetown.
Gfenn W. Morris, Houston, Texas,
and Edith M. Thornburg, Highland.
Decorate In the Fall
Some people think that Spring
Is the best time to decorate the
home. More people are begin
ning to believe that the best time
is in the fall. Certainly the rush
is not so great and it is possible to
give individual customers the
speolal attention that is so help
ful to a perplexed patron. If you
have an entire house to decorate,
or only a small room, we can
meet every requirement, both in
patterns and in price.
Bowles & Go.
N. High St. Opp. Soldiers Monument
The Leading Wallpaper Dealers
JUST RECEIVED
A Car load of Superior Fencelng.
A. L. CARR
Taylorsvllle, O.
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