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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1914.
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RATES OF TAXATION
LEESBURG.
Nov. 2, 1014.
Mrs Llzzld Grlfford and son, Clark,
of Cincinnati, were the week-end
guests of the former's mother, Mrs.
Nancy Thurman. Mrs Thurman ac-
In pursuance of tlio law, I, 0. N. Winkle. Treasurer of IllRhtHiid County, Uhlo. do liercby give notice that the number of
mills lovle! onc.icn dollar of property listed for taxation, within said County for Uib year 1014 Has fol ows:
FOR STATE PUIU'OSKSj. General State Fund, .15 of a mills lipid Fund. 30ofumlll. Total .45 of a mill.
FOIl 0OUNTV PUUPOSES: County Fund, 109 m j Judicial Fund. .17 tn.; Inllrmary, .2 m.j Dridgo Fund. .65 mt Children's Homo
Fund, ,2i m.t Soldiers' lloilef Fund. .18 m.s Kloctlon Puml, .07 m,i Repair Fund, i'ttn.; Jlilad Faiid..U7m.; Mothers' I'omlon Fund,.0J m.i
Ralnsboro Aurlculturo Society Fund, .05 m. , Road Fund by vote, 5m. ; Total3.5 mills.
FOR LOOAti PURPOSES: See table below :
ALLENSBURG.
Nov. 2, 1914.
Charlrs Luck, of Fall River, Mass.,
who is visiting relatives and friends
of this place, will deliver a lecture here
noxt Saturday night, Nov. 7.
companied them to their home Mon I Misses Mae Clalbnrn and Daisy Oar.
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uay ana auer a Dnei visit, in mat, cicy penter and Otis Hauk spent Sunday
JProftttional (Jrit.
TOWNSHIPS.
SCHOOL DISTRICTS,
v CORPORATIONS.
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Hlllsboro school
l'enn School. ,
Paint School
Washington School
New Market School
Union School
Ulllsboro Oomoratlon .'
New Market Township
Laiieriy ecuooi
Washington School
Hamer School
Whltooak School
Fairfield Township
litgniana scnooi ;....,
Leesburg School
Ponn School
Paint School
Fay etto School i
New Vienna School
Highland Corporation
Lecburg .
Rrushcreek Township j...
Jackson School..
Marshall School,.
Sinking Spring School.
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Oarmel School.
Sinking Spring Corporation..
Paint Township ,
Carmol School. ,
Union Township ,
Russells School
Now Vienna School .
Lynchburg School
Madison Township :
Greenfield Corporation
Concord Township
Washington School
New Murkot School
EagleSohool
White Onk School
Jackson Township
Washington School
Salem Township
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The school levy given opposite each township applies to all the property of the township school districts Including the attached
territory, formerly Joint sub-districts of other civic townships.
Hlllsboro, Ohio, October 26, 1U14.
A Few Suggestions in Regard to Taxes.
she will go .to St. Louis for an extend
ed visit with relatives.
Miss Bernlce Kent visited relatives
in Hlllsboro over Sunday.
Miss Kathryn Sanders visited her
grandparents In New Vienna Satur
day night and Sunday.
Miss Ruth Sparks, of Sablna, was
the guest of her uncle, Silas Sparks,
Saturday and Sunday.
Miss Hester Huff charmingly enter
tained Friday evening at her grand
fathers, W. H H. Huff, about thirty
of her young friends with a masque
rade party; the occasion being the
fourteenth anniversary of her birth.
The evening was pleasantly spent In
Hallowe'en games. Dainty refresh
ments were served.
The masked box supper given by the
students of the High School was a de
cided success, financially a9 well as
otherwise. Much merriment was
created by the grotesque costumes and
the unmasking furnished amusement
as well as surprises for the large audi
ence present. The singing by the
quartette of girls and the double quar
tette of boys was especially enjoyed
by all.
Arthur Hatcher and wife and Miss
Myrtle Hatcher, of Wlllettsville, and
Mrs Nannie Sanders, were guests of
the Misses Purdy, Sunday.
Mrs. E. P. Monroe, of Gallon, is the
guest of her parents, P. T. Pavey and
wife.
Mrs. Geo. Cliness and Mrs. Herbert
Hiatt, of Wilmington spent the lat
ter part of the week with relatives
and friends here.
Mr and Mrs. Silas Sparks, enter
tained a company of relatives to din
ner last Sunday in honor of the lat
ter's father, N. J. Patton, who on that
day was celebrating the eighty-eighth
anniversary ofnls birth.
W. S. Sparks, who has spent the
past few years In St. Louis, Isat home.
"Scenes In the Union Depot," a
play given by local talent under the
auspices of the Ladles Aid Society of
the M. E. church, will be given in the
B. M. A. Hall Friday evening, Nov. 0.
The Society has Dledged Itself to give
$50 toward the installation of electric
lights, in the church and In this way
it hopes to raise the required amount.
Come and enjoy an evening of fun and
at the same time assist in a good
cause. Admission 25c. Children 15c.
The younger social set v. as delight
fully entertained by Miss Marie Ladd
at her country home east of town last
Saturday evening.
with Leonard Aber and wife, of Dod-
sonvllle.
Mrs. Mary Stroup, of Dodsonvllle,
spent Saturday with her mother, Mrs.
Lucfnda Ludwick.
Albert Ellis and Mrs. Gusta Ellis, of
Norwood, spent Saturday and Sunday
with her parents. Wllliard Callev and
' tlflfn n nrl nHnir4nri l ..-.ahi.1
"lie, aiiu dltcuuuu ilio luuciai Ul
their uncle, Sunday.
Mrs. Geo. Banmaster, of Morrisville,
spent last week with relatives at this
place.
Misses Inez Chaney, of Littleton,
and Mary Duncan spent Sunday with
Ocle Chaney.
Wm. Barnett and wife spent a few
dajs last week with James Sanderson
and wife, of Littleton.
Srofe Ludwick is visiting relatives
In Cincinnati and Indiana this week.
Miss Edith Canard spent Sunday
with Miss Avis Duncan.
DODSONVILLE.
Nov. 2, 1014.
The Ladies Aid of the M. E. church,
S. fc. HOWARD,
VETERINARIAN
HILLSBORO
Both Phonculn Office nd Residence '
J. FRANK WILSON. N. CRAIQ M'BRIDD
WILSON & McBRIDE.
ATTORNCY8-AT.L.AW.
Office Short St., Opp. Court Bouij
I W. CnRET,
DKNTIBT
' huh BIk 'tlLLHBOfcO,,
Horue 'Phone 340. Bell 'Phone 143
VB. McCONNAUCHEY, M.
i-illlafctoro, Ohio.
Orrioi:-
In Holme Building,
nirprL
Oman Bonus: 9 to it a. m,, I to
e p. m.
Both 'Phones In Office and Retldence,
North HlXJj
and ti
SIMON HIDER,
THE FLORIST,
For "Your Flo-were.
The Urst half of the taxes for 1014, together with all
former delinquencies are, payable on or before Decem
ber 20, 1014, the remaining half are due and payable on
or before June 20, 1015.
Those owing last June taxes are delinquent, and must
be paid not later than December 20, 1014, or Ruch prop
erty will be' advertised and sold on the second Tuesday
of Feb., 1915. Some tax-payerstuve been In the habit
Of paying the December tax and the preceding Jui.e tax
together, thlnklm: that they are paying, the full eir's
tax. All such are paying the last half of one year's tax
and the Urst hair of the following year's tax, 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
townNDip, taxing district, number or acres, what town,
number of lot, always inclosing stamps for reply.
Remember, the property scauds on the treasurer's
books in the name of the owner on Feb. 3; 1014, and the
duplicate delivered to the treasurer In tbe fall remains
uncbanged for one year.
Bring or send your last receipts; this will assure cor
rectness in description.
Payment or taxes with any ommodity other than
"legal tender" Is by courtesy of Treasurer only. When
checks are received for taxes and not paid on presenta
tion, 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 tbe taxes are not
paid as required, viz: By Dec 20. and June 20, tbe
"County Treasurer SHALL proceed to collect tbe same
by distress, or otherwise, together with a penalty of 5
per centum on tbe 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 tbe Treasurer
much time and trouble and prevent a disagreeable rush
at the close of the season.
Tbe treasurer's office will be open from B a. m. to
12 m., and from 1 to 4 p. m. Tbe remainder of the day
1h absolutely necessary for other essential duties. Of
fice closed on all legal holidays.
Treasurer's office, Highland County, Hlllsboro, Ohio.
O. N. WINKLE, County Treasurer,
FORT HILL.
Nov. 2, 1014.
Mrs. Elva Cartwrlght, of Sinking
Spring, spent Thursday with her par
ents, J, P Havens and wife.
Mrs. Bell Maxwell, who had been
seriously ill, is able to be around again.
Mrs. Dora Butler, of Sinking Spring,
spent Thursday with her mother,
Mrs. Jane Stults.
Lawrence Kessler and wife and baby
were the guests of relatives at Sinking
Spring, Sunday.
Fred Rhoads and family visited at
the home of the former's parents,
Alva Rhoads and wife, near Cedar
Point, Saturday night and Sunday.
Edward White and J. B Turner
spent Sunday with the former's father,
dear O Iff Range.
Bess L. Butler was the guest of Dr.-
Chapman and family, at Sinking
Spring,.Thursday.
George Rhyn and wife, of Iowa, are
visiting J. O. Stults and wife.
Mrs. Mary Gibson, of Greenfield, is
spending a few days with her Igrand
son, H. V. Matthews.
Mrs. Cora White, who recently came
from Kansas, Is quite si :k at the home
of her father-in-law, Edward White.
Mioses Melva and Amy Hockman re
turned home Sunday, after spending a
week with relative at Lathem.
n. M. Eubanks and wife entertained
Sunday Chess Seamon and wife, of
Locust Grove, Wm. Fullerton and wife
and daughter, of Greenfield, O. W.
McOoppin and wife and daughter, of
Carmel, and Miss Reah Eubanks, who
is teaching near Greenfield. Mr and
Mrs Lloyd, of Greenfield, motored
down and spent Sunday afternoon with
them and Miss Reah accompanied
them home.
Mrs. Jane Stults was the guest of
Mrs J O. Stults Saturday.
H. V. Matthews and wife, J. O.
Stults and wife and Bess L. Butler
were entertained at the home of Dr.
J. E. Chapman, at Sinking Spring,
Sunday.
Mrs. John Brickwell and Mrs. Ray
mond Butler, of Springfield, were the
I guests of the former's mother, Mrs.
I Sarah Butler, Saturday. They returnd
to Springfield Sunday accompanied by
Mrs. Butler,
Mrs Emily Lowman, of Marshall,
spent a couple of days last week with
' her mother, Mrs. Sallle West.
I Mrs. Henry Countryman returned to
her home In Mlddletown last week,
' accompanied by her son, Glenn.
Manlove Reed and wife and Mr. and
Mrs. Wright, of Sinking Spring, spent
Wednesday with J. L. Reed and wife.
L. S. Deardoff lias moved his saw
mill to C. A. Rhoad's farm and will
commence sawing soon for Austin
Eubanks.
Best Cough Medicine For Children.
Important.
"Three years ago when I was living
In Pittsburgh one of my children had
a hard cold and coughs dreadfully. Up
on the advice of a druggist I purchased
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy and It benefitted him at once. I
find It Is the best cough medicine for
children because it Is pleasant to take.
They do not object to taking It,",
writes Mrs. Lafayett Tuck, Homer
City, Pa. This remedy contains no,
opium or other narcotic, and may be
given to a child as confidently as to an
adult Sold by All Dealers. adv
Bear in mind that Chamberlain's
Tablets not only move the bowels but
improve the appetite and strengthen
the digestion. For sale by All Deal
ers, adv
PRICETOWN.
Nov. 2, 1914.
Bert Pulliam, of Cincinnati, spent
Sunday with his parents, D. A. Pul
liam and wife.
San ford Carrier and wife and son,
Harold, visited H. J. Vance and family,
near East Danville, recently.
Mesdames Margaret Stevens and
Eliza Farls spent Saturday with Al-
pheus Cochran and family, at Damas
cus.
Dr. Pratt and family have moved to
their farm near Dodsonvllle and Ed
Landess and wife have moved into the
house vacated by them.
Rev. Well was entertained at the
home of Ira Gossett, Sunday.
P H. Shaffer and wife and son spent
Saturday evening with Ed Landess
and wife.
Ervln Leinlnger and family have
moved from their farm to Pricetown.
John Bennington and family spent
Sunuay with Alva Gossett and family.
Earl Workman, of Athens, is visit
ing his parents, M. M. Workman and
wife.
Mrs. Warren Workman and daugh
ter, Helen, were guests Friday of her
parents, D. C. Winkle and wife, of
Winkle.
Olen Marconette and wife visited
his parents, Ameil Marconette and
family, at Hollowtown, Sunday.
C. E. Abraham and wife had as their
guests Sunday afternoon Mrs. Mar
garet Stevens, Misses Mary Gossett,
Gladys and Grace Smith and Hoyt
Leinlnger and Dwight Gossett.
Mrs. Frank Pence and sons, of
Lynchburg, spent from Friday evening
until Sunday with her parents, John
McConnaha and wife.
Worth Gossett and wife, of Hllls
boro, are visiting their children and
other relatives here.
gave a social at the home of Mrs. Alf.
Crampton, Thursday night. All pres
ent reported a fine time,
Mrs. Eva Shaffer entertained Mrs.
E1 Runyon and Mrs. Walter Fouch,
Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard and Curtis
Aber entertained May Claybourn,
Daisy Carpenter and Otis Hauk, of
Allensburg, Sunday.
Chas. Wolfrom, wife and son, Doyle,
spent Sunday with Ills parents, Gus
Wolfram and wife, of Honolulu.
Bill Brlpgs spent Sunday with his
brother, Ab Brlggs, at Russell.
Ben Wilkin and wife, who spent the
summer in Clrclevllle, returned home
Thursday.
Blanche Shaffer was the guest of her
sister, Mrs. Shaffer, part of last week.
T. E. Aber and wife and niece, Hilda
Shaffer, spent Sunday with Charley
Moore and family, at Pike Chapel.
C. N. Pulse and wife spent Sunday
with their son, Walter Pulse and fam
ily, of Norwood.
Roy Stroup has returned home after
spending the summer in Indiana.
Oscar Baker and family spent Wed
nesday with her parents, Dave Lud
vtlck and wife, of Hoaglands.
m '
MILLER'S CHAPEL.
November 2, 1914.
H. M Igo and family spent Sunday
with Jasper Igo and family near
Sugartree Ridge.
Mrs. Frost, of Lynchburg, is spend
ing a few days with her parents, Abe
Wilkin and wife.
R. A. Gotherman and family spent
Sunday with Orvllle Gotherman and
family near Mowrystown.
Mrs. Sarah Hatcher has sola her
farm to Harry Mullenlx, of Berry
villa. Mr. Mullenlx will take posses
sion the first of January.
C. D. Vance and wife spent Sunday
with Harvey Vance and wife at
Hlllsboro.
Howard Wilkin, who has been
spending the summer near Wilming
ton, was called home Saturday by the
illness of his sister, Miss Olive.
H. M. Igo and wife, J. C. Larrick
and wife spent Thursday with Isaac
Larrick and'family near New Market.
R. O. Elliott, of Berryvllle, spent
Sunday with his sister, Mrs. J. V.
Sanders.
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ROUND HEAD.
Nov. 2, 1914.
P. D. Stotler wife and daughter,
Leota, and Alice Morrow, of Glbbom,
Neb., spent Friday evening with R
A. McDaniel and family.
The Hallowe'en social and box sup
per at Duncan school was well at
tended Friday night.
Mrs. Sarah Miller is with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Houser.
Wm. Taylor and wife spent Sunday
evening with their daughter, Mrsf
Frances Edlngfleld.
YOUR CHILD'S
EYESIGHT
You are responsible for the
eyes of your child.
Watch out for frowns and
squints when hej'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.
Itch I Itch! Itch!,-Scratcli! Scratch!
Scratch ! The more you scratch, the
worse the Itch. Try Doan's Ointment.
For eczema, any skin itching. 50c a
box. adv
A treaty dited 1797, sanctioned by
the senate and signed by the president,
giving the Indians perpetual rights to
fish and hunt In Eighteen Mile Creek,
near Buffalo, was successfully used by
the three Serieca Indians in the su
pre me court as a defense against the
charge that they were illegally fishing
there.
To feel strong, have good appetite
and digestion, sleep soundly and enjoy
llfer use Burdock's Blood Bitters, the
family system tonic. Price, $1. adv
The Sergeant Look here, before
you're served on with your uniform
you'd better nip down to the wash
house and get a bath.
The Recruit Wot ? I come 'ere to One Paris motion-picture plant pro
be a soldier not a bloomin' mermaid I duces an average of 3,000,000 feet of
London Opinion. ' films weekly.
For babv's croup, Willie's dally cuts
and bruises, mamma's sore throat,
Grandma's lameness Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil the household remedy,
25c and 50c. adv
Electric fans have made it possible
for churches and theaters In Southern
India to remain open all summer.
No Charge For Advising You.
THE EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
Office 1 door East of Economy store.
Main Street, Hlllsboro, O
Minutes Mean Dollara
IN TREATING ANIMALS
Doubtless you know the dangerof delayed treatavv t;
of collo and other diseased. You also realize ti3A
wrongly applied remedies are oftco worse than a
treatment at all. la other wonts, not to dlaioo
a disease accurately may prove fatal. Every ovrajr
should be able to recognize an ailment ami s!v
correct treatment at the first ej-mptoms. Promnt
action Is the great secrat
of treating hor&e4.
Minutes mean dollar.
Of course proper trer
incut Is always necc&ia
Tliatls Just bowllur
rcj s' MX) page VeterUi
Manual wUl prove so v
uable to you. It la
F. Humphreys, M D. '
and tcnc'ies how to i
jinso etd give pro..
tnatmont.
This book will save yT
bumlrnU of dollars anil
costs sou nothing. Itw
be sent ntiaolutely frea
on request to any farmer
In order to Introduce
Humphreys' Veterinary Remedies. Remember.ltU
absolutely free. You do not have to order any
remedies to secure the boot. Address, Humphreys'
Homeopathic Uedlclne Company, 15S William Street.
Now York City. This Is a splendid opportunity to
obtain a veterinary treatise that you ehoull hava
In your library. As a reference work you will rtatt
Itlnvaluable. To have It In the time of need will r
worth many dollars, whereas It will cost you but a
wst card by writing for It row.
JviTtHKJCfrmM.M
ArMiViuu5itl
In their experiments with the pro
duction of steel by electric methods the
Unite J States Steel Corporation has
expended more than $800,000.

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