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f m ftWS4ifekALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914.
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In pursuance of the luw, I, 0. N. Winkle, Treasurer of HlRblund County, Ohio, do hereby give notice that the number of
mills levied on eacn dollar of property listed for Mxatloa within said County for the yo.ir MM W us fol owsi
FOB STATE PURPOSES! Genoral State Fund, .15 of a mills Koad Fund, Mot a mill. Total ,45 of a mill.
FOIl COUNTY PUHP03E8! County Fund, 1.09 m,; Judicial Fund, .17 m.: tnllrmary, .3 m.; Bridge Fund, .(13 tn ! Children's Home
Fund, .21 m.; Soldiers' Itollef Fund. .18 m.: Eloctlon Fund. 07 m,i llopalr Fund, .35 m.; Ilflnd Fund, ,07m.i Mothers' l'onslori Fund, M m. ;
Italnsboro Agrlcutturo Society Fund, .05 m. ! Koad Fund by vote, 5 m. i Total 3.5 mills,
FOR LOCAL PURPOSES: See table bolow:
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g- TOWNSHIP PURPOSES. CORPORATION PURPOSES
S 8 -
townships, -s s Bifaifsssls ? ? g S
. school districts. i ? : fl : ? : 38?! o
corporations. : : : ; ; : ? : ' ; : : i J :
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1 Liberty Township..... .45 3.5 .57 077.074 .920 1.08 5 0 1
2 Hlllsborq School . .453.54475 4)72.074 .112!) 1.075 i) 5 S
3 PennSchool 453.53.5H 087.074 1)29 109 gll 3
J 4 Paint School 453.63,783 .001.074 .929 1.067 .... , 8.8 4
1 5 Washington School ! 43355. .047.074 .929, 1.05 10 5
' 6 New, Market School : 453 55. .047.074 .029 r.. 1.05 10. (I
I 7 UnlOJi School 453.51.22 .027 074 .929 1.0.1 11.3 7
8 Ulllsboro Corporation , , 453.54.473 .089.074 , ... .11.3. tt .7 1.480 1 .114 2.212 5.212 13. H 8
I 9 New Market Township .45355. .537... C93 .52 1.75 10 7 9
10 Liberty School .453.5 .57 507 mi 52 1.78 - (13 10
11 Washington School .453.55. .537 (191.52 1.75 10 u 11
I K Hamer School 453.52.4 .537 .. .CM 52 1.75 8.1 12
13 Whlteoak School .45354.53 .537 W)3 .52 1.72 10 2 13
14 Fairfield Tpwnshlp 45d53. .029.058 .U .. 4j 94 14
15 Highland School 453.54.860 .009 Om .3(13 49 .... 93 15
Id- Leesburs School .453 53.805 .004 058 .3(13 483 8.3 IU
i 17 PennSchool 453.5350 .0(19.058 .303 49 8 00 17
18 Paint School , .45353783 04(1.058 .3(13 467 82 18
19 Fayette School .453.52 5 129.058 .363 ,55 7 00 19
20 New Vienna School... .433.54.3 .029 038 303... ....,. .45 , 8720
1 nigbland Gorpoiatibn. .". .453.54860 .0-.9 .058 087 298o.... ,403 1. 115 4.503 13 4 21
22 Leo'burg 453.53.805 .029.058 , 087 .005 .011 LOW i.03 4.898 12.8 22
23 Rrushcreek Township 45355. .402 3 .5 5 .088 185 10.8 23
24 .lackson School 453 55. .463.3 .5 .5 .088. ...1,85 10.8 24
tf 25 Marshall School.., 453.55 .463.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 25
1 20 Sinking Spring School 45355 .465.3 .5 .5 .088 I.b5 ... ,. 10.8 26
(i 27 Carmer School 453.57.22 .432.3 .5 .5 088 1.83 13.0 27
VC 28 Sinking Spring Corporation .45 3. 7 031 451.3 751 .834 .234 1.068 12.8 28
v 2!l Paint Township 4t3.53.7b3 .181.147 1.105 184.05 I.L67 94 29
30 Carrnol School. 453.5 7.22 .144.147 1103.184.03 1.030 12.8 30
31 Union Township. . 453.5122 .. 191 .439 03 5 8 31
32 RUBsells School j 433.5 .931 .100.459 619 ., .... 5 5 32
33 New Vienna School 7 45354.3 .191.4.9 ... ... .050 , 8.9 33
34 Lynchburg School 453.81083 .208.459 067 , 6.3 34
33 Madison Township , 4535512 .09 181 .859...., I 130 v.. 10.2 33
30 Greenfield Corporation 453 5-.12 09 .181 . 271 633 .978 .807.039 . 3.5 5.95') 15.3 38
37 Concord Township 453.54.88 1.19 13 39 26 l.7 , , 10 8 37
38 Washington School , 453.55. 107 13 .30 .2(1 1.92 i 10.8 38
, 39 New Market School . .45355. 1.17 .13 .39 .20 1.95 10.8 30
40 EagleSchool 43J.54.2 1.17 .13 .31) .20 1.95 , "!- 10.1 40
1 41 White Oak School , .43 3.5 4.53 1.14 .13 39 .20 1.02 ,:..f .:. ,. . . 10.4 41
42 Jackson Township 43.5 5. 1.004 087 .523.087.087 1.85 fl ..,, .-... 10.8 42
43 Washington School 45355. 1.004.087 .525.087 087 1.85 : t.'5 r?.. ......... 10 8 43
44 Salem Township , ... ,433.5 4.07 .14 .14 ,56 .56 .28 . . 1.08 ., ,., 9.7 44
45 Clay School .-r- 43.54.9 .12 .14 .56 .56 28 .... 1.06 v. ... 10 0 43
46 Whlteoak Township 453.54.53 .015.023 .321 .(I'll .07 52 9 4(1
I 17 EagleSchool.. , 453.54.2 .045.023 .321.001.07 55 8.7 47
48 CUy School 453.54.99 .055.023 321.091.07 50 95 48
Lf v49 Mowrystown Corporation 453.54.53 .015.023 038 .73 . 1.552 2.282 10 8 49
M 50 Dodson Township 45354.160 .17 .08 .226.171 OH 690 8.8 50
Uv 51 UnlonHchool 4535122 .21 .08 .226.171 730 , .... 7.6 31
m 52 Lynchburg School 453.51. U83 .247.08 .220.171 043.707 6.4 52
V 53 Lynchburg Corporation 45 3.5 1683 .17 .03 25 304 .2032. 1!)I .071 ... 32 2.8'I7 9.1 53
54 OlayTownshlo 413.5 4 99 .536 .163 .277 .277 .222 . .083 1.50 10.5 54
55 lluford School , ,. .453.55.518 .508 103 .277 .277 222 .. .083 1.532 11.00 55
50 Salem School 453.54.07 .550.1(15 .277.277.222.. 083 1.58 96 56
57 Marshall Township 453.55. .614.150 .780 , 1.55 10 5 57
ji 58 Washington School 45355 .014.15(1 .78u 155 10.5 58
p 59 Jnckson School 453.55. .014.156 .780 1.55 . - 10 5 59
60 Carmel 8chO(.l 453 57.22 .594.150 .780 .1.53 12.7 CO
01 Rrushcreek School 45355. .614.156 .780 1.55 10 5 61
(12 Hamer Township : 453.52.4 3 48 .09 .597.477.238 1.75 : 8.1 02
03 New Market School 453.55. 3 48 .09 .597.177.235 1.75 , 10.7 03
f 64 Clay School 453.54.99 3 49 .09 .597.477.235 1.70 10.7 64
k 63 Washington Township .-. 453. 51. 1.016 201 ... 403 I.ta 10 0 05
J 06 Liberty School. i 453.5 .57 .976.201 ... .403 1.58 0.1 (.6
I 67 MarshallSchool 453.55. 1.046.201 ... .403 1.65 10 6 67
68 New Market School 453.55. 1.04(1 2M1 403 1.03 10. u 68'
09 Concord School ,,, 453.54.88 .966.201 .... 403 1.57 10 4 69
70 Jnckson School 45355. 1.046.201 .... 403 1.05 10.0 70
H . 71 Penn Township 45353.50 500.100 ....424 1.09 8 6 71
H 72 Union School 45351.22 .500.100 .... 424 103 6.2 72
73 Liberty School 453.55.7 .530 10(1 424 1.08 , 5.6 73
B 74 Fairfield Bchool 453.55. .520.100 424 1.05 10 74
75 Paint School 453.53.783 .537.100 424 1.007 8 8 75
70 Now Vienna School 453.543 .520.100 424 1.05 9.3 7(1
77 Leesburg School 453.53.803 555.106 424 1.0851 1 , 1 8.9 77
The school levy given opposite each towcshlp applies to all the property of the township school districts Including the attached
Bt territory, formerly Joint sub-districts of other civic townships.
I' liillsboro, Ohio, October 26, 1914.
h A Few Suggestions in Regard to Taxes.
The Urst half of the taxes for 1914, together with all
fornr.er delinquencies are, payable on or before Decem
ber 20. 1914, the remaining' half are due and payable on
or before June 20, 1915.
Those owing last June taxes are delinquent, and must
be paid not later than" December 20, 1914, or such prop
erty will be advertised and sold on the second Tuesday
of Feb., 1915. Some tax-payers hive been In the bablt
of paying the December tax and the preceding June tax
together, thlnkinu that they are paying the full year's
tax. All such are paying the last half of one year's tax
and trie tirst half of the following year's tax, and thus
paying fifteen percent, penalty on the preceding June
tax. The proper way to pay a full year's tax withuut
penalty is to pay In December for December and the
following June.
Dog tax is payable in the December collection.
Wben asking by letter for the amount of taxes, desig
nate your property clearly, in whose name, in what
township, taxing district, number of acres, what town,
number of lot) at ways Inclosing stamps for reply.
Remember, the property stands on the treasurer's
books in the name or the owner on Feb. 3, 1914, and the
duplicate delivered to the treasurer in the fall remains
unchanged for one year.
Bring or send your last receipts; this will assure cor
rectness in description.
DANVILLE.
Nov. 9, 1914
Mrs. Sam Roads, of Harrlsburg, Was
a guest her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth
Miller, recently.
-Abe Abers and family spent last
week with relatives at Norwood.
Joe Cochran and family are spend
ing a few days at the home of his
father, B. F. Cochran, north of town.
Mr. Cochran and daughter, Miss
Ethel, are visiting relatives in Middle
town. Mrs. John Roush, Is visiting her son,
Floyd, and family in Cincinnati this
week.
D, W. Brown and wife entertained
C.'C. WinKle and wife, Miss Mary De
flass and W. B. Jacks and wife, of
East Danville, Sunday.
Mrs, .Geo, VanZant spent Friday
with her daughter, Mrs. O. A. Lan
dess, in liillsboro.
Bruce Jones, Dr. Cropper, Wm
Knauer and Joe Cochran were in Cin
cinnati Tuesday night and Wednes
day. Frank Davis, wife and two children
visited John McConnaughey and wife,
atPricetown, Suuday.
Miss Luella Wood, of liillsboro,
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spent the past week with her mother,
Mrs. Ella Wood.
Miss Silvia Young, operator at the
telephone exchange visited her par
ents, John Young and wife, at Price
town, from Saturday until Monday.
Mrs. Lenard -Roush and little
daughter spent part of last week with
her parents, Ed Cochran and wife,
north of town.
Mrs. Walter Lemon and daughter,
Norma, of Hillsboro, were guests of
her parents, L. O. Stockwell and wife,
Friday.
Mrs. Bruce Jones and Mrs. Frank
Davis attended the funeral of T. R.
Vance, at New Market, Thursday.
Mrs. Geo. Brown spent several days
last week with her son, G. E. Brown,
Byron King and family have moved
to Mrs. Lewis Fouch's farm and Al
bert Pence will move to the farm va
cated by King which he recently pur
chased.
Ed Fawley and family, of near Tay
lorsvllle, visited at the home of John
Roush, Sunday.
Lewis Pence and wife spent gSatur
day and Sunday with relatives at Tile
Junction.
Mrs Nettie Williams, of Dodson
vllle, was a guest of her father, O. E.
I AAA I UN
Payment of taxes with any omraodity other than
"legal tender" is by courtesy of Treasurer only. When
checks are received for taxes and not, pild on presenta
tion, taxes will be restored lo duplicate wlthom, fur
ther not Ice.
Examine your tax receipts carefully and tea 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 SU ALL 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 seascn.
The treasurer's ofllce will be open from 6 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
fice closed on all legal holidays.
Treasurer's olUce, Highland County, Ulllsboro, Ohio.
O. N. WINKLE, Caunty Treasurer.
Shaffer, Wednesday.
Lewis Sanderson, of Columbus, came
down Tuesday to vote.
John Knauer visited relatives and
friends in Batavia part of last week.
Geo. Wilkin and family, of Hollow
town, spent Tuesday with Homer
Burton and wife.
Wm. Thomas and wife, of Dodson
vllle, were guests of the latter's par
ents, Armenor Stroup and wife,
Thursday.
Mrs. Wm. Berry and Mrs. L C.
Stockwell are sick
There are still large areas in Panama
that are unexplored and unknown.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
jy local applications, as they cannot
E?acn me uiseasea portion oi tno ear.
I There Is only one way to euro deafness,
Jnd that is by constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an inflamed condi
tion of the mucous lining of the Eusta
chian Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed
Irou have a rumbling sound or Imperfect
learlng. and when It is entirely closed.
Deafness Is the result, and unless the In.
llammatlon can be taken out and this
tube restored to its normal condition,
(tearing will be destroyed forever: nine
, loses out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
ffhlch Is nothing but an Inflamed condl
lon of the mucous surfaces.
. Wa will give One Hundred Dollars for any cut of
JeafnesaCcausodbycntaiTiiltliatcannotbocureabJ
UUta Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars, free.
F. J. CHENEY, & CO , Toledo, Ohio.
Bold by Drnggtiu, T5o.
I TakolUU'bli'omlir Kll for contUp&Uoa.
WHY SO WEAK
Kidney Troubles May be Sapping
Your Life Away-llillsboro
People Have Learned
This Pact.
When a healthy n an or woman be
gins to run down without apparent
cause, bpcomes weak, languid, depress
ed, suffers backache, headache, dlzzv
spells and urinary disorders, weak
kidneys may be the cause. The slight
est symptoms of kldnoy trouble is too
serious to neglect. Doan's Kidney
Pills have earned their fame by their
effectiveness in strengthening the kid
neys and keeping them well. Can
liillsboro readers demand further
proof of their merit than the follow
ing statement :
Sirs George Langley, .'548 Lafayette
St , Greenfield, Ohio, says: "1 could
not rest well owing to severe pains in
my back, in fact, the trouble always
seemed to be worse when I lay down.
1 often read about Doan's Kidney Pills
and finally decided to try them. They
relieved me and I have not been
bothered since."
Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs Leaverton had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. adv
MOWRYSTOWN.
Nov. 9, 1914.
The Rebekah Lodge is arranging to
have a Christmas tree on Friday night,
Dec. 25, to which the public is invited
to bring presents for their friends and
enjoy the Cantata and entertainment.
A small admission fee will be charged
at the door.
LeRoy Sauner spent last Saturday
and Sunday in Cincinnati
Ben Amey and wife and George
Amey and wife were entertained at
dinner last Sunday at the home of
Arthur Weaver and wife.
Roland Gal lett, of Washington D.
C, Is visiting his mother and former
school mates
Miss Mary Dellaas, of Cincinnati,
visited Miss Lenore Jodry Saturday
and Sunday and was a guest at the
reception given at the Jodry home for
two of the Presbyterian Sunday School
classes.
Mrs. Nina Cornetet was a business
visitor in Sardinia last Friday.
Peter Purgeot and family, of Bell's
Run, were guests of Julius Tlssot and
wife, south of town, recently.
Rev. C. C. Alton, of Lancaster, was
here one day last week shaking hands
with old friends.
Miss Bessie tlill was a business visit
or in Hillsboro last Saturday.
i . a i,
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
For Croup.
Croup scares you. The loud, hoarse,
croupy cough, choking and gasping for
breath, labored by breathing, call for
immediate relief. The very first doses
of Foley's Honey & Tar Compound will
master the croup. It cuts the thick
mucus, clears away the phlegm and
opens up and eases the air passages,
adv Gariiktt & Aybes.
FRANKLIN VALLEY.
Nov. 9, 1914
Wm. McCoy and family and sister,
June, called on Wm Waddell and
wife Tuesday evening.
Mrs. J. L. Henry and son visited
Geo. Miller and family a few days last
week.
D. T. Holladay and family, of near
New Vienna, moved to the farm of J.
A. McCoppln, last week.
Mrs. Grace McCoy and children
spent Wednesday with her mother,
Mrs Samuel Garen.
Jos. Burgess, of Hardin's Creek,
took dinner at the home of George
Henry and famlly'Sunday.
Mrs O. R. Keelor and daughter'
Alma, spent Friday with Mrs. D. T.
Holladay.
Wm. McCoy, wife and bady, who
have been visiting relatives here the
past two weeks, returned to their home
in Springfield, Sunday.
Mrs. Lee Lelbrock and son, Carl,
visited Mrs. Isaac Eaklns, of Harriett,
Monday.
Geo. Henry and family and J. L.
Henry and family were entertained at
the home of Chas. Vanzant and fami
ly, Sunday.
Miss Elizabeth Free returned to her
home Sunday after an extended visit
with her brother, John, and family.
Declare War on Rheumatism.
Rheumatism is an awful thing
nothing more painful. Don't let it get
a hold, but at the first twinges take
Foley Kidney Pills. They work di
rectly on your weakened kidneys, build
them up, make them strong rid your
blood and keep It clear of uric acid.
Keep Foley Kidney Fills on hand ready
for use at the first sign of rheumatism,
adv Gakiiett & Ayres.
German builders are planning the
construction of a 16,000 'horse power
gas engine, and in Switzerland gas
locomotives have been built.
LEESBURG.
' November 9, 1914.
Mrs. Frank Maloney (-lee Mildred
Browder), of Dundas, was the guest of
her uncle, E R Johnson and famil ,
from Friday until Monday.
I Mrs. Edith Sparks an 1 three daugh
ters of Washington (J. II,, were guests
or Silas Sparks and wife from Satur
day until Monday.
I Mrs. C. W. Hugglns and daughter,
Victoria, accompanied by Mr and
Mrs. Spahr Glaze from near Hillsboro,
t visited Mrs. Hugglns' daugher, Miss
josepnine, wno is teacning near ux
ford, last Saturday and Sunday.
J Mrs. Lottie Robinson and son, Fred,
from near Hillsboro, were guests of
( the former's sisters, Misses Sara and
iviaage ruray jj'riuay nignt ana Satur
day. Rev. A. P. Smith left Monday to at
tend the Ministerial Association at
Bethel, Ohio.
Virgil P. Sparks left Monday for Co
lumbuB, where he will enter the Ohio
btate University to take some special
work in electrical engineering.
The home talent play which was
given last Friday evening, under the
auspices of the Ladles Aid Society,
was a decided success. The society
feels very grateful to the public for
its libera) patronage, also to the Busi
ness Men's Association for the use of
their hall, and to all who in any way
assisted in making the play the suc
cess it was,
Mrs. N B. Jones is visiting relatives
in Chillicothe.
S. A. Leaverton and wife were visi
tors in Hillsboro last Saturday.
The monthly social of the Bethany
bible class will be held.Thursday even
ing at the home of Mrs. John New
lan. Miss Bessie Warning and Mrs So
phia Newlan were shopping in Green
field last Thursday.
Charlie Luft and family moved to
this place from Columbus and now oc
cupy a part of the Hugglns Flat on
East Main street.
Frank West returned Friday to his
home in Peru, Indiana, after a pleas
ant visit with lils daughter, Mrs. Hal
dane Evans and family.
Miss Pauline Horst spent a part of
the past week in New Vienna, the
guest of Prof. C. H. Lewis and family.
Harley Ladd and wife, Mrs. Cynthia
Elliott and Mrs. Cynthia Johnson
motored to Washington C. II. last
Wednesday and were guests of rela
tives. Miss Augusta Miller has returned
home from a delightful visit with
relatives In Felicity.
George M liner, of Columbus, was a
recent guest of relatives and friends
here
BROUSE CHAPEL.
November 1914
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ervln, of Hills
boro, and Esco Ervln and wife, Clar
ence Hiestand and wife and baby and
Mr. and Mrs. John Hiestand spent
Sunday with Mrs. Elijah Ervln and
family.
Mrs. Stanley Holladay has been ill.
Mrs. Anna Woodrow is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Vada Winters, at Fin
castle. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hixon were the
guests of relatives at Fincastle last
Monday.
Mrs. Lee Williams was the week end
guest of friends at Cincinnati.
Mrs, E'red Hill and son, Fredrick,
were the guests of Mrs. Dave Hill
Wednesday.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Win
ters, of near Fincastle, (nee Miss Vada
Stout, of this place) a fine baby girl.
Mrs. James Ward spent Wednesday
afternoon with G. W. Hedges and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Babbit, of Hillsboro,
took dinner with Jacob Wisecup and
sister Sunday.
Wilkin Woodrow and step son, Har
old Stout, spent from Saturday until
Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs J.
W. Winters, near Fincastle.
' Wm. Hlxon and wife motored to
Centerfleld Wednesday and spent the
day with Burch Dunn and family.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. McCoy enter
tained for dinner Sunday Fred Hill
and family and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
Shlnkle.
Miss Ruth Stout, of Portsmouth, is
spending a few days with home folks.
Mrs. D. W. Wlllett, of Lebanon, is
spending a few weeks with her son,
Wilkin Woodrow, and family,
Robert Hook and wife, of Folsom,
spent last Wednesday with their un
cle, Geo. Hedges, and family.
Mrs. Chas. Johnson, of Sugartree
Riege, and Mrs Rebecca Roberts, of
l Mowrystown, were the guests of Wm.
Hixson and wife Thursday.
Wm. McCoy, of Springfield, visited
from Wednesday until Frldiy with T.
W. McCoy and erected the fire escape
for the Bell Telephone Co. while here.
By the use of steel instead of brass
in rifle cartridges, the German army
has Increased the number of rounds of
ammunition that a soldier can carry
from 120 to 100.
ApTofitaional ($r&:
S. R. HOWARD,
VETERINARIAN
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