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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1914
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In pursuance of the law, I, C. N. Winkle. Treasurer of Highland County, Ohio,
mills lovled on eacn dollar ot property listed for Uxatloa wltlilu said Uounty for the year 11)14
FOH STATE I'UKl'OSES ! Genorul State fund. .15 of a mill : Road Fund, 30 of ii mill.
FOIlOOUNTVPUUPOSESi County Fund. 1.03 m,i Judicial Fund, .17 m.i Infirmary,
Fund, .21 m.; Soldiers' toilet , Fund, .18 m. Election Fund, .07 m,s Repair Fund. .23 m.i mind
Ralncboro Agriculture Society Fund, .05 m. i Road Fund by vote. .5 m, i Total 3.5 mills.
FOR LOCAL PURPOSES! See tablo below:
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1 Liberty Township ...., 453.5 .57 077 .174 .9-i9 ..-. 1.0S 5.B 1
2 Hlllsboro School 453.54.475 072 .074 .1)29 1.075 9.5 2
.. 3 PennSchool '....... .453.53.5(1 097.074 1)2!) 1.0U g II 3
4 Paint School t .45 3.6 8.7B3 .U64 .074 .929 1.087 8.8 4
5 Washington School 45 3.5 5. .,147.074 .929 1.05 10 5
6 New Market School 453.55. .047.074 .029 , 105 10. 8
7 Union School .453.51.22 .027.074 .029 1.03 8.2 7
8 Hlllsboro Corporation 45 3.5 4.473 .089.074 .' . .183.8 .7 1.480.1 .114 2.212 6.212 13.8 8
9 New Markot Township .453.55. .537... 6H3 .52 1.75 10.7 9
10 Liberty School .433.5 .57 5U7 0D3 52 1.78 8.3 10
11 Washington School 453.55. .537 891.52 1.75 10 0 11
13 HamerSchool 453.52.4 .537 ... .BK1B2 1.75 8.1 12
13 Whtteoak School 45354.53 .537 8W .52 1.72 10.2 13
14 Fairfield Township 45 J 5 5. .029 ,05n .3.13 4 9.4 14
15 Highland School .453.54.800 .009 .0W .303 49 ,.., 93 15
16 Leobburg School 453.53.885 .084 05 .3(13 485 8.3 IB
17 PennSchool 453.53.56 .0.9.058 .383 41) 8.00 17
18 Paint School , 453 53 783 04H .058 .3(3 467 8 2 18
19 Fayetto School .45 3.52.5 129.05 .363 55 ... ,. 7 00 19
20 New Vienna School , .4.S3.54.3 .029 058 383 45 8.7 20
21 Highland Corporation 453.54.86. .0 9.058 087 2. 985 .,. .403 1,115 4.503 13.4 21
22 Leeburg .453.53.865 .029.058 087 .805 .6111.843 i.039 4.898 12.8 22
23 Brushcreek Township 453 55. .482 3 .5 .5 .08 1.85 10.8 23
24 Jackson School .453.55. .485.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 24
25 Marshall School.., ,. ., .453.55 .485.3 .5 .5 .i8 1.83 10.8 25
28 81nklng Spring School.., 453.55 .485.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 26
27 Oarmel School , 453.57.22 .432.3 .5 &y 0S8 1.83 13.0 27
28 Blnklns Spring Corporation.., , .45.U7.03l .451.3 .. 751 .834 .234., 1.088 12.8 28
29 Paint Township 45 3.B3.7s3 .181.147 1.105 184.05 1.687 9.4 29
30 Carmol School 453.57.22 .144.147 1105.184.03 1.830 12.8 30
31 Union Township 45 3.5 122 ..... .191 .439, 63 5.8 31
32 Russells School , 45 3.5 .931 .180.459 , 019 , ,. 5.5 32
33 New Vienna School 453.54.3 .191.4 9 .. .. 850 , 8.11 33
34 Lynchburg School 453.51. 683 .208.459 887 0.S 34
35 Madison Township . .453.55.12 .09 .181 .859. 1130 10.2 &5
30 Greenfield Corporation...,. 453.5 ..12 09 .181 271 .635 .978 .807.039.. 3.5 5.059 15.3 36
37 Concord Township 453.54.88 1.10 13 3')-28 1.97 10 8 37
38 Wnshlngton School '. 453.55. 107 13 .39 .28 ,...1.92 10.8 38
3!) New MarketSchool 453.55. 1.17 .13 .39 .28 1.95 .... 10.8 39
40 EagleSchool ..' .453.54.2 1.17 .13 .30 .26 1.95 10.1 40
41 White Onk School 453.54.53 1.14 .13 ,39 .28 1.92 10.4 41
42 Jackbon Township ." 4 3.55. 1.001.087 .525 .087 ,(N7 185 10.8 42
43 Washington School 453.55. 1.004.087 .525 . 081 1.85 10.8 43
44 Salem Township 453.54.07 .14 .14 .56 .50 .2-1 .. ..1.68 9.7 44
45 Clay School 433.54.99 .12 .14 .56 .58 28 ...... 1.66 10.0 45
46 Whlteoak Township 453.54.53 .015.023 .321.091.07 52 9 46
47 EagleSchool , 453.54.2 .045.023 .521.091.07 55 .... , .. , 8.7 47
48 Clay School 453.54.99 .055 .1123 3ii .091 .07 56 -. 9 5 48.
49 Mowrystown Corporation 453.54.53 .015.023 038 .73 ..1.552 2.282 10,8 49
50 Dodson Township...., 45354.100 .17 .08 .226.171 04a .690 8.8 50
51 UnlonSchool 453.5122 .21 .08 .220.171 730 ; 7.6 51
52 Lynchburg School 453.5 1.083 247 .OS .226.171 043.767 0.4 52
53 Lynchburg Corporation 45 3.5 1 683 .17 .08 -J .304 .283 2.199 ,071 ... 32 2.897 0.1 53
54 Clay Townshio 4i 3.5 4 99 .536.165 .277 .277 .222 .. .083 1.50 . 10.5 54
55 hu ford School 453.55.518 .508 105 .277 .277 222 .. .083 1.532 11.U053
58 Salem School 453.54.07 .550 .HO .277 .277 .222 .. 083 1.58 ,.... 9.656
57 Marshall Township 453.55. .614.156.780 1.55 10.5 57
58 Washington School 453.55 .014 .150 .78j 155 .... 10.5 58
59 Jackson School 453.55. .014.156 .780, '..33 10.5 59
00 Carmel School 453.5 7.22 .594.150 .780 1.53 12.7 60
61 Brushcreek School 453.55. .614.156 .780 1.55 10 5 61
82 Hamer Township -....'. 453.52.4 3 48 .09 ,597.477.23s 1.75 8.1 62
63 Now Market School : 453.55. 3.48 .09 .597.477.235 1.75 10.7 63
64 Clay School ,....-. 453.54.99 3.49.011 .597.177.233 1.76 , 10.7 64
65 Washington Township , 453.5a. 1.010.201 ... 403 ...1.05 10 0 05
66 Liberty School 45 3.5 .57 .1)76.201 . . .4)13 1.58 .... 6.1 00
67 Marshall School 453.55. 1.040.201 403 1.1.3 10 6 67
68 New Market School 453.55. 1.O40 .201 403 1.63 ... 10.8 68
69 Concord School 453.54.88 .968.201 .... 403 1.57 10.4 69
70 Jackson School 453.55, 1.046 .201 .... 403 1.05 10.6 70
71 Penn Township 433.53.50 ,560.100 424 .f , 8.0 71
72 UnlonSchool 453.51.22 .500 .1C0 .... 424 103 0.2 72
73 Liberty School 453.55.7 .530 106 424 1.08 '. 5.6 73
74 FallHeld School -. 453.55. .520.106 424 1.03 10. 74
75 Paint School , 453.53.783 .537.106 424 ...1.007 8.8 75
70 New Vienna School , 453.54.3 .520.108 4.4 1.05 .. . 9.3 70
77 Lecsburg School 453.53.803 555.100 424l I. ...1.085 1 1 8.9 77
The school levy given opposite each towcshlp applies to all tho property of the township school districts Including the attached
territory, iormeriy joint suu-uistricts oi otuer
Hlllsboro, Ohio, October 26, 1914.
A Few Suggestions in Regard to Taxes.
The Bret half of the taxes for 191i, 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, 1915. '
Those owing last June taxes are delinquent, and roust
be paid not later than Decemor20, 1914, or such prop
erty will be advertised and sold on the t-ecoud Tuesday
of Feb., 1915, Some tax-payers hve beeu in the habit
of paying the December tax and the preceding June tax
together, thinkine that they are paying the full year's
tax. All such are paying the last half of one year's tax
and the first half 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
followlug June. v
Dog tax Is payable in the December collection,
When asking by letter for the amount of taxes;
nate your property clearly, in whose name, In
township, taxing district, number of acres, what
uumber of lot, always IncloRing stamps for reply.
Remember, the property stands 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
unchanged for one year.
Bring or send your last receipts; this will assure cor
rectness in description.
NEW MARKET.
Nov. 10, 1914.
Miss Lydla Plgott, who has been
working at Martinsburg, for some
time returned home Monday.
Reuben Fawley and wife called on
L. A. Purdy and wife Saturday even
ing. - .
John Long, of Greenfield, was a
business visitor here Saturday.
Purdy & Hunterllnloaded a car of
feed at New Market Station, last
week.
s Elite VanWinkle Is the guest of her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Luck, of Aliens
burg. Roy Ilarshbarger and family spent
Sunday with relatives at Point
Victory.
A. E. Hunter and O. V. Purdy and
wife attended the funeral of D. 1
Hill in Hlllsboro, Saturday afternoqn,
Lottie Robinson entertained the W.
O. T. U. at her beautiful country home
Thursday.
Mrs. M. n. Eyler Is having her
house repaired.
,iuraiu iiuumjii aim uiarne van
le, of Lynchburg, and Dorsie
Fence, of Tile Junction, were enter
tained at the home of J, D. VanWin
OF TAXATION
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civic townsuips.
deslg
what town,
kle, Sunday.
Mrs. L. A. Purdy had as her guests
Friday, Pearle Strain, Anna McCon
naughey and Grace Purdy.
A. E. Hunter called on Lewis Rosse
lot Sunday.
James Eaklns and wife spent T.iurs
day with Reuben Fawley and wife.
Joseph Miller and family,- of Hllls
boro, spent Sunday with Nelson Bar
rere Sr. and wife.
Roscoe McUonnaughey, who has
been working for Frank Orebaugh
the past summer is at home.
J. W. Kenney, of Wilmington, called
on-Chas. Purdy one day last week.
The trustees of this township, are
making repairs on the public well by
placing a concrete curb and a new
pump in same. ,
Sara Fenner, of Greenfield, Is the
guest of Paul Fawley and family this
week.
Effort McCoy and wife,- of Miller's
Chapel, spent Sunday with Wm. Car
rier and family.
Joseph Strain and wife were the
guests of Misses Vena arid Margaret
Stultz, In Hlllsboro, Sunday.
Rev Kerr wilt preach ills last ser
mon at the Presbyterian church Sun
day, Nov. 29, at 10:30. Rev. Kerr will
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do hereby give notice that tho number of
U as fol ows!
Total .45 ofa mill.
.2 m.i Drldgo Fund, .05 m i Children's Homo
Fund. .07 m.i Mothers' 1'enslon Fund, .03 m. t
Paymeut of taxes with any commodity other than
"legal teuder" Is by courtesy of Treasurer only. When
checks are received for taxes an1 not ptid on presenta
tion, taxes will be restored to duplicate without fur
ther notice.
Examine your tax receipts carefully and sea 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 ol 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 py
your taxes, and thus Sive yourselves and the Treasurer
much time and trouble and prevent a disagreeable rush
at the close of the season.
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
fice closed on all legal holidays. -
Treasurer's ullice, Highland Uounty, nillsboro, Ohio.
O. N. WINKLE, County Treasurer.
go to a new field of labcr at Bloom
ington the first of tue month
Henry Elliott an aged citizen, of
Hlllsboro, died at his home at'that
place last Saturday. The funeral scr
vices were held at this place today,
conducted by Rev. J. H. Boilings-
worth Interment in the Baptist
cemetery.
City Girl How savagely that bull
looks at me!
Farmer It's your red parasol, miss.
City Girl 1 knew it was a little out
of style, but 1 didn't think a hull would
notice it Philadelphia Public Ledger,
MARSHALL.
Nov. 10, 1914.
Mrs Ed Cameron spent Tuesday
with Mrs. Anna Elliott.
Mrs. Sara Barrett spent the past
week with Mrs. L. D. McCoy.
Lewis Cameron, wife and son,
James, of New Petersburg, were the
guests of Gatch Spruance and family,
Wednesday. j
O. H. Roads and wife, of Harriett,
spent Wednesday with tils sister, Miss
Margaret Roads
Mrs. John Courtney and daughter,
Grace, and Mrs, Guy Hunter took din
ner with Frank Garen and family
Wednesday.
Mrs. T. B. Cunningham and daugh
ter, Martha, and Mrs. N. B. Parks, of
Berryvllle, were entertained Wednes
day by Dr. Mason and family.
Mrs. Chas. Gabriel, Mrs. Wm. Hill
and Mrs. Harry II lest and. of Hills
boro, spent Tuesday with Mrs. Emily
Carlisle and daughter, Carrie.
Mrs. R. R. Watts and Mrs. O. II.
Hughes took dinner Thursday with
N. M. Overman and family, of Over
man.
Mrs. John Shaw spent Thursday
with iss Ellle Elliott.
Wesley Grady, of Iowa, spent Satur
day night with Mrs. Emily Carlisle
and daughter.
John Bobb.and family spent Satur
day night and Sunday with Sam Bobb
and family, of Carmel.
F. M. Kelly and family, of Prospect,
were the guests of F. M. Main and
family Saturday night.
Benton Parks and wife, of Berry
vllle, spent Sunday with Mrs. Byrl
Mason and family.
Miss Mary Bell spent Sunday after
noon with Miss Elva Spruance.
Lowed Hunter and Misses Marie
and Katheriue Creed spent Sunday
with Lem Hunter and family.
Mrs. Harry Boatman and daughter,
of Fall Creek, spent Thursday night
and Friday with Mrs. R. L. Watts.
Rev Ryan, of Ralnshoro, spent Sat
urday night with Wm. Elliott and
wife.
RAINSBORO.
Nov. 10. 1914
Mrs. Louisa Baker, of Hlllsboro,
is
visiting friends here this week.
Rev B. II. Ryan commenced a series
of meetings at Dallas Sunday night.
The AldJSociety of Rocky Fork
Chapel will give a Knife and Fork
Supper at the Chapel on the night of
Nov. 25, to which the public is cor
dially invltted.
Miss 'Jane Cameron left Saturday for
an extended visit with her sister at
Springfield.
The annual Farmers Institute will
be held in the K. of P hall on Dec. 10
andl7. Frank Blackford, of Eldorado,
and C. F. Green, of Cumberland, are
the state speakers.
The Embroidery Club will meet at
the M. E. parsonage on Thursday
afternoon.
Dr. Eylar and George Free accom
panied Mrs. Free to a Columbus hospi
tal last Saturday where she will under
go an operation4today (Monday).
Mrs. John Hulitt, of HillsDoro, is
the guest ofjrelatives here this week.
Several of our young people enjoyed
a social ball at;the K. of P. Hall last
Thursday night.
Robert and Scott Free left this
morning for Columbus to be at the
bedside of their mother.
The" high school ball team went to
Hlllsboro last Friday evening to play
ball but were defeated.
N. B. Dpp had the misfortune to
lose another horse last Friday, one
that was foundered recently.
DANVILLE. -
Nov. 16, 1914.
S. M. Wintersjand wife and son, Roy,
spent Sunday with C. C. Walker and
wife, at East Danville.
Robt. Roush and wife and son, Bond,
were guests of j.Curtis Lelnlnger and
family, west of.town, Sunday.
Mack Grove and family, of Boston,
Edw. Hopkins and wife, of Prlcetown,
and Carl Hlxon and family, of Shackel
ton, spent Sunday with Dan Henderson
and wife.
Mrs. Eliza Fence visited her sister,
Ann Fence, at Shackelton, recently.
Mrs. Jennie Evans and son, of Hllls
boro, spent Sunday with her sister,
Mrs. George Brown.
Elmer Custer and family, of Dayton,
are visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Ilnauer.
C. E. Shaffer is entertaining friends
from Cincinnati, also his son, Walter,'
from Norwood.
Hugh Stockwell spent Sunday with
his sister, Mrs. C. C. Winkle, at East
Danville.
J as. Dehaas, of Ratnsboro, visited
friends here recently.
Foley Cathartic Tablets.
Are wholesome, thoroughly cleans
ing, and have a stimulating effect on
the stomach, liver and bowels. Regu
late jou with no griping and no un
pleasant after effects. Stout people
find) they give immense relief and com
fort. Anti-Bilious.
adv Garrett & Ayres.
Memoir of John Wesley Oldaker.
At 2 o'clock on the beautiful after
noon of oci.. 30, 1914, cam the death
summ ns, with only a few moments
warning, to John Wesley Oldaker.
eldest son of the late J. W. and Eliza
Russell Oldaker, at his home in Rus
sell, Ohio. He walked with God and
he was not, for God took hlra."
He was born near Russell, Highland
county, Ohio, August 24, 1839, being 75
yeara old at the lllDe ot ",s death.
He attended school at tl'e North
I Western University and for several
years was a successful teacher In Ohio
and Illinois.
I During the Civil War he enlisted in
'the 4th Battalion Ohio Cavalry as
trumpeter, with Col. Wheeler com-
j mandlng, and saw much hard and dan
gerous service.
I He was converted and joined the M.
E. church at Russell, during the pas
torate of the Rev. Henry Mldaleton;
and like John of old has been a bright
I and shining light, always known to be
. on the side of right.
He organized most of the Granges in
Highland county and held some of the
highest olllces in that order.
On April 3, 1877, he was happily
married to Amy C. Storer, daughter of
' the long deceased James Wilson and
Melissa A. Storer, by their pastor, the
Rev. W. N Maxejy In the church at
1 Russell.
Their home has been an Ideal one
where their genial hospitalities were
I freely extended to the large circle of
friends, which they gathered around
them and who will ever hold in loving
and sacred memory the ha- py hours
'spent in this flower embowered home,
and feel that their lives have been
I made deeper, broader and richer by
' the blessed association of these con.
secrated Christian people.
I In his church work the deceas ed was
faithful in every duty and a systematic
giver of his means, time and energy
1 according to his ability, and was in
tensely interested in the uplift of
humanity along all lines of reform
For Sunday -School work he prepared
' himself by taking the advanced teach
er's course and received his diploma,
AIIU UUIlll(j tlic JG4IS ill W111U11 IIO lltta
been with his large class has rarely
been absent. But now how sadly will
he be missed by each member as they
come together and see the vacant
chair. His faithful example and
teachings will continue to speak to all.
I
H e has answered the summons which
I only his ears could hear; the chariot
swung low, he stepped in ; he has
reached home ; he has joined the loved
ones gone before.
He leaves to mourn his loss besides
his devoted wife, two brothers, Samuel
R., of Hermlston, Ore., and James
Simpson, near the old home, also four
I sisters, Eliza and Katharine, In the old
home, Mrs. Virginia Jonte, of Russell,
and Mrs. Elma Stultz, of New Vienna
The funeral at the home church was
largely attended, the services being
j conducted by the Rev. A. D Maddox,
'a former pastor, assisted by Rev.
Austin, of New Vienna, and Rev.
Spurrier, of Lynchburg. The text
was : "And Enoch walked with God
and was not, for God took him" and
was made especially appropriate to
the bereaved friends. The music was
also well selected and in sympathy
Ths burial, in charge or Ed. Ellis,
of New Vienna, was made In the
Dunn's Chapel cemetery, the G. A R.
contributing in the beautiful service
at'the grave.
Among inose in attendance irom a
distance were : Judge Newby and wife,
Sam Storer and wife, Dr. Hilton and
wife, Mrs. Kate Bennett, Mrs. Richard
son, Mrs. Homer Dean, Mrs. Ilarwood,
Mrs. Joe Lemon, Miss Ellen Hatcher
and many G. A. R. members, of Hills
boro ; J. L. Strange, Jerry Kerr and
Mr. Robinson, of Greenfield: Isma
Troth, Mrs. Montgomery, Mr. Linton
and wife, Mr. Burnett, Mrs. Tom
Chaney, of Lynchburg: Mrs. Ella
Stewart, of New Market; Miss Carrie
Hart, of Chllllcothe; Miss Virginia
Boatrlght, of Berea, Ky. ; Miss Marie
Jonte, of Columbus ; Mrs. Frank Rus
sell, of Newton, Iowa ; the last named
being a sister of Mrs. Oldaker.
Hundreds of imitations have come
and gone since Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound began 40 years ago to
loosen thelgrlp of coughs and colds.
You can not get a substitute to do for
you what Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound will do for coughs, colds, croup,
bronchial affections, lagrippe coughs
and tickling throat. Buy it of your
druggist and feel safe.
adv Garbktt & Ayiies.
Notice of Election.
Notice is hereby given that In pursuance
of a resolution otttie Council of the Village
of Hlllsboro. passed on the 12th day ot
November, 1914, there will be submitted to
the qualified electors of said Village at a
special election, on the
15th Day of December, 1911,
at thd usual voting places, the question of
Issuing bonds of said Village In tne sum of
Twenty Thousands Dollars tor the purpose
ot paying off the certificates of Indebted
ness of said Village heretofore issued by the
Council of said Village, and of the Indebted
ness of The Hlllsboro Light & Fuel Company
against said Village.
Those who vote in favor ot the proposi
tion of Issuing the bonds as aforesaid Hball
have wltten or printed on their ballots the
words "For the issue of bonds " and those
who vote against the same shall have writ
ten or printed on their ballots the words
"Aealnst the Issue of bonds,"
November 13th, 19H,
James A. Wilkins,
adv Mayor,
jProfntional Qri:
S. R. HOWARD,
VETERINARIAN
HILLSBORO
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