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THE IMEWS-HERaLD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1914
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RATES
!In pursuance of the law, I, 0. N. Winkle, Treusuror of Highland County, Ohio, do hereby give notice that the numher of
mills levied on eacn dollar of property listed for tuxutloa within said Oo-mty for the year 1914 Is as fol owsi
KOB8TATK PURPOSES! General State Fund, .15 of u mills Road Fund, .no of u mill. Total .45 of a mill.
ITOlt COUNTY PURPOSES! County Fund, 1.UK m.i Judicial Fund, .l"m.; Inilrmary, .2 m. : Rrldgo Fund, .05 m; Children's Homo
Fund, .21 m.; Soldiers' llollef Fund, .18 m. Election Fund, .07 m,j Repair Fund, .25 m.j Blind Fund, ,07 m.; MotherV Pension Fund, .0J in. i
Kalnsboro Agriculture Society Fund, .05 m.i Road Fund by vote, .5 m.; Total 3.5 mills.
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1 Liberty Township 45 3.5 .57 077.074 .020 .. 1.09 5.H J
2 Illflsboro School , 453.54.475 072.074 .1)2!) 1.075 D.5 2
3 PonnSchool 453.53.58 .097.074 ,B2 1.09 86 3
4 Paint School .453.63.783 .084.074 .929 1.067 , 8.8 4
5 Washington School .453.55. .047.074 .029 1.05 10 5
t Now Market School ,453.55. .047.074 .029 1.05 10. (I
7 Union School., , 453.51.22 .(27.074 .920 I. at B.2 7
8 lllllsboro Corporation 453.54.475 .089.074 1U3.U .7 1.4W .1 .114 .112 5.212 13.8 8
9 New Market Township .453.55. .537.... 093.52 1.75 10.7 !)
10 Liberty School .453.5 .57 5(17 093 52 1.78 0.3 10
11 Washington School .453.55. .537 1,01.52 1.75 ..... 10 11 II
12 IlamerSchoOl 453.52.4 .537... .fl!0 .52 , 1.75 8.1 12
13 Whlteoak School .45354.53 .537 (S3 .52 1.72 10.2 13
14 Fairfield Township 45355. .029.058 .3H3 4j 9.4 U
15 nighland 8chool 453.54.BG0 .0U9 .058 .303 49 93 15
J6 Leesburg School .453.53.8115 .004 058 .3rt3 485 8.3 10
17 PennSchool 453.53.58 .009.058 .303 4R 8.00 17
18 Paint School 453.53.783 048.058 .383 487 8.2 18
19 Fayette 8ch00l .453.52.5 129.059 .363 55 7.00 18
20 New Vienna School , 45 3.5 4.3 .029.058 303 45 ..-. 8.7 20
21 Highland Corporation .453.54. 80u 0 .058 087 2.085 403 1.115 4.503 13.4 21
22 Leeburg .453.53.805 .029.058 087 .)5 .6111.843 J.039 4.898 12.8 22
23 Rrushcreek Township .45355. .462 3 .5 5 .08 1.85 10.8 23
24 Jackson School .45 3.55. .485.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 .... 10.8 24
25 Marshall School - 453.55 .485.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 25
20 Sinking Spring School 453.55 .465.3 .5 .5 .088 1.85 10.8 26
27 CarmeT School .453.57.22 .432.3 .5 .5 088 1.83 13.0 27
28 Sinking Bprlng Corporation 453.5 7.031 451.3 751 .834 .234 1.068 12.8 28
29 Paint Township 453.53.783 .181 .147 1.105 181.05 I.b7 9.4 29
30 Carmel School ' 453.57.22 .144 .147 . 105 .184 .05 I.ti30 12.8 30
31 Union Township 45 3.5122 191 .439 63 5.8 31
32 Russells School 45 3.5 .931 .180.459 619 5.5 32
33 New Vienna School 453.54.3 .191 .4.9 . .. 850 8.9 33
34 Lynchburg School 453.51.683 .208.459 667., 0.3 31
35 Madison Township 453.55.12 .09 .181 .859 LIS) 10.2 35
38 Greenfield Corporation 453.5i.12 09 .181 271 .635 .978 .807.039.. 3.5 5.959 15.3 36
37 Concord Township '. 453.54.88 1.19 13 39 26 1.97 10.8 37
38 Washington School ' 453.55. 1.07 .13 .3!) .26 1.02 10.8 38
39 New Market School.. .453.55. 1.17 .13 .39 .26 1.95 10.8 39
40 EagleSchool .453.54.2 1.17 ,13 .39 .20 1.95 I 10.1 40
41 White, Oak School 453.54.53 1,14 .13 .39 .26 1.92 10.4 41
42 Jackson Township , 413.55. 1.084.087 .525.087.037 1.85 10.8 42
43 Washington School 453.55. 1.084.087 .525.087 087 1.85 10.8 43
44 Salem Township 453.54.07 .14 .14 .56 .50 .29 .. ..1.68 0.7 44
45 Clay School 453.54.99 .12 .14 .5(1 .56 29 1.00 10 0 45
48 Whlteoak Township .., 453.54.53 .015.023 .321.091.07 52 9 48
47 EagleSchool 453.54.2 .045.023.521.091.07 55 8.7 47
48 Clay School 453.54.99 .055.023 321.091.07 56 ,... 9.5 48
49 Mowrystown Corporation .- 453.54.53 .015.023 038 .73 . 1.552 2.282 10.8 49
50 Dodson Township 45 3 5 4.160 .17 .08 .228.171 043 .690 .1,. 8.8 50
51 UnionSchool 453.51.22 .21 .08 .220.171 730 7.0 51
52 Lynchburg School...., .- 453.51.083 247.08 .228.171 043.767 6.452
53 Lynchburg Corporation 453.51883 .17 .08 25 364 .263 2.199.071... 32 2.897 9.1 53
51 Clay Township -. 4-3.54.99 .538 .185 .277 .277 ,222 .. .083 1.58 10.5 54
55 Buford School '. 453.55.518 .508 165 .277 .277 222 .. .0831.532 11.0055
58 Salem School 453.54.07 .556.185 .277.277.222.. 0831.58 9.6 50
57 Marshall Township , 453.55. .614.156 .,780 1.55 10.5 57
58 Washington School 453.55 .614 .156 .78J 155 10.5 58
59 Jackson School 453.55. .614.156.780 1.55 . , 10 5 59
60 Carmel School . .' 453.57.22 .594.158 .780 1.53 12.7 00
01 Brushcreek School ; 45355. .614.156 .780 1.55 10 5 81
2 Hamer Township ; 453.52.4 3.48 .09 .597.477.238 1.75 8.1 62
63 New Market School V. , 453.55. 3.48 .09 .597 .477 .235 1.75 10.7 63
64 Clay School ,... .453.54.99 3 49 .09 .597.477.235 1.76 10.7 04
65 Washington Township 453.5s. 1.016.201 ... .403 1. 85 10 6 85
B8 Liberty School 453.5 .57 .976.201 . . .4(13 1.58 6.1 66
67 Marshall School 453.55. 1.046.201 403 1.65 10 6 67
68 New Market School ; 453.557 1.046.201 403 1.65 10.6 68
9 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 453.53.56 560.106 424 1.09 8.6 71
72 UnionSchool 453.51.22 .500 . 186 .... 424 t 03 , . 0.2 72
73 Liberty School 453.55.7 .550.108 424 1.08 5.0 73
74 Fairfield School 453.55. .520.106 424 1.05 10. 74
75 Paint School 453.53.783 .537.106 424.... 1.067 8.8 75
76 New Vienna School 453.54.3 .520.106 424.... 1.05 .. .9.3 78
77 Leesburg School 453.53.865 555.106 ....1.424 ...J 1.085 .... I I I 8.9 77
The school levy given opposite each township uppllcsto all the property of the township school districts Including the attached
territory, formerly Joint sub-districts of other civic townships,
lllllsboro, Ohio, October 20, 1911.
A Few Suggestions in Regard to Taxes.
Tbe Urst half of the taxes for 1914, together with all
former delinquencies are, payable on or before Decem
ber 20, 1914, tbe 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 have been lu the habit
of paying the December tax and the preceding Juue tax
together, thinklnc that they are paying tbe full year's
tax. All such are paying the last half of one year's tax
and the Urst half of tbe following year's tax, and thus
paying fifteen per cent, penalty on tbe preceding June
tax. The proper way to pay a full year's tax without
penally Is to pay in December for December and the
following June.
Dog tax Is payable in the December collection.
Wbeu asking by letter for tbe amount of taxes, desig
nate your property clearly, in whose name, in what
township, taxing district, number of acres, what town,
number of lot, always Inclosing stamps for reply.
Remember, the property stands on tbe treasurer's
books in the name of tbe owner on Feb. 3, 1914, and the
duplicate delivered to the treasurer in tbe fall remains
unchanged for one year.
Bring or send your last receipts; this will assure cor
rectness in description.
. CARMEL.
November 23, 1914.
An oyster supper will be held at
this place Saturday night, November
25, for the benefit of the church. Ev
erybody invited.
Carey Beaver and family were shop
ping in lllllsboro Saturday.
John Holllday visited his aunt at
Kalnsboro, Sunday.
James Head, of Barberton, is visit
ing relatives here.
Mrs, Ella Beavers and Miss Maude
Simpson visited the former's mother
near Boston, one day last week.
Ruby Vance and family, of Hills
boro, were guests of D, T. Holladay,
Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs, H. M. Eubanks visited her
daughter, Mrs. Nell McCoppln, Sun
day afternoon.
The family of A. M, Frye moved to
Cynthiaha, last week.
Wood Bruce, of Cynthiana, visited
Tem McCall and family, recently,
For baby's croup, Willie's daily cuts
and bruises, mamma's sore throat,
Grandma's lameness Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oilthe household remedy.
25p and 50c adv
OF TAXATION
BARRETT.
Novembor 23, 1914.
Mrs. Stanley Stevens spent last Fri
day with her sister, Mrs. Win. West.
L. L. Montgomery and family spent
Sunday at the home ot Alln eEvans.
Clara Davidson spent Saturday night
and Sunday with Misses Mary and
Margie Clirlsman.
Mrs. Emma Bussey and family were
guests at the home of her son, Ben,
Sunday,
Miss Cleo Brown, of lllllsboro, spent
a few days last week with Misses
Madge and Mary Stevens.
Hamer Lyle and wife were guests
Sunday at the home of Vernon Hit
tollhouse. Misses Mazle and Harriett Ellen
Thornton spent Saturday and Sunday
with relatives at Martinsville.
Joe Morrow and wife and daughter,
Lettle Lee, were guests Sunday at the
home of Carl Wolfe.
Mrs. Dtlla Morrow and grandson,
N.evll Falrley and John Elton and
wife were guests Sunday at the home
of S, J . Ross,
W. W. Wolfe entertained Sunday,
Win, Montgomery and wife, George
Garman and wifo and daughter, Nel-
Payment of taxes with any commodity other than
"legal tender" is by courtesy of Treasurer only. When
checks are received for taxes and not ptid 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 pergonal 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'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 rusli
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 olllce, Highland County, lllllsboro, Ohio.
O. N. WINKLE, County Treasurer.
lie, and Wm. Rowe and wife.
Mrs. Wm. West, and daughter,
nelen, spent Sunday afternoon with
x rs. Wm. Davidson.
J. S. Lovettand wife were guests
Sunday at the home of W. E. Chris
man. Mrs. Elmer Deakyn, of Dallas, spent
one day last week with Mrs. Wm. Da
vidson.
Miss Sarah nope, of the Point, vis
ited at the home of Frank and Isaac
Shoemaker, last week.
Women Suffer Terribly
From
Kidney Trouble.
Around on her feet all day no won
der a woman has backache, stiff swol
len joints, weariness, poor sleep and
kidney trouble. Foley Kidney Pills
give quick relief for these troubles.
They strengthen the kidneys take
away the aches, pain and weariness.
Make life worth living again. Try
Foley Kidney Pills and seevhow much
better you feel.
ad v G abkbtt & Ay res.
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By the use of radium a Pennsylvania
physician recently restored sight to a
woman almost totally blind for five
years.
NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE
lllllsboro People Should Learn to
Detect the Approach of
Kidney Disease;
The symptoms of kidney trouble are
many. Disordered kidneys often ex
crete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, I
full of sediment, irregular of passage
or attended bv a sensation of scalding.
The back may ache, headaches and
dizzy spells may occur and the victim
is often weighed down by a feeling of
languor and fatigue. Neglect these
warnings and there is danger. Delay
often proves fatal.
You can use no better endorsed kid
ney remedy than Doan's Sidney Pills
Here's lllllsboro proof of their merit.
S. Ravenscrolt, N. High St., llllls
boro, says : "I have used Doan's Kid
ney Pills for several years and have
always found them to be all that is
claimed of them. Traveling seems to
have a bad effect on the kidneys,
which at times is very annoying. It
takes only a few doses of Doan's Kid
ney Pills to relieve the trouble."
Price 50 cents at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Ravenscrofthad. Foster-Milburn
Co., Buffalo, N. Y. adv
SHARPSVILLE.
Nov. 23, 1914.
Vina Miller spent Wednesday with
her sister, Mrs. Allie Rudy, of near
Lynchburg.
Mary Polk spent Wednesday with
her sister, Mrs. Lulu Brewer.
Miss Inez Stroup was the guest of
her brother, Philip Stroup, Thursday.
Mrs. Jack Brewer and Jennie Hart
are sick.
Walter Fawley and family and Wm.
Sinclair and wife took dinner with
Arthur Fawley and wife, of Dunn's
Chapel, Sunday.
Bessie Burton spent Sunday with
James Bird and wife.
Melvlna Sinclair was the guest of
Frank Perln and wife, Wednesday.
Miss Clara Nehus spent Saturday
night with Blanch Jandes.
Protracted meeting will begin at
this place Monday night, Nov. 23J
conducted by Rev. Hamilton.
Ora Bateman and wife and daugh
ter, Lillle, spent Sunday with Lester
Fawley and wife.
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 Gabkett & Aykes
ALLENSBURG.
Nov. 23, 1914.
Mrs. Klrkhart, of Russell, Is spend
ing a few days with her daughter,
Mrs. Willlard Calley.
Frank Shlnkle.of Morrisville,ls visit
ing relatives here.
Mrs. John Ludwick and two child
ren, of Cincinnati, spent Sunday with
Mrs. Luelnda Ludwick and children.
Miss Dena Ludwick has returned
home after spending several weeks
with Wm. Ludwick and wife, at East
Danville.
Carey Henderson and wife spent
Sunday with John Duncan and wife.
Noah Shaffer and daughter, Emma,
and Dena Ludwick spent Sunday with
Lewis Shaffer and family, of Falrvlew.
Remarkable Cure of Croup.
"Last winter when my little boy had
croup I got him a bottle of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. I honestly be
lieve it saved his life," writes Mrs. J.
B. Cook, Indiana, Pa. ''It cut the
phlegm and relieved his coughing
spells. I am most grateful for what
this rem eciy has aone ror mm" For
sale by All Dealers. adv
"Howdld things look in New York?'1
"Better than I anticipated. I ex
pected to find Wall Street boarded
up." Plttsourg Post.
They All Admire Them
Even The Mouse
PERFnCTION 'Our 85 VAniETIF-S OF nOS.
( V in ,. 1 I 1 1 V sanli In a'xlaoa H tabtf
PERFECTION
HOSIERY
will nutvenr nnr Morktnic In
tnc luarkft. A guaranteo lor
very pair for one month.
0 Tonular Styleg
Stvls 130 Ladles' Pure Silk,
$1.00: Black. White. Tan. Pink.
Llrtt Blue. (Worth SI. 60.)
Stjle 156 Ladles" Silk Ltile,
too; Black. Tan, White,
(Worth 60c.)
Style 31 Men's Pure Silk,
COcl Black, Ian, White,
(Worth 75c.)
Style 60 Men's Silk title.
35c I Black. Tan. White. Oray,
Navy. 3 pr, SI. 00. (Worth 60o )
S:?le 21 Men'a Lltle (heavy
s weight). Black only, 5o.
li allies or omsizes
fur Ktuut ladlen.
Style SIS Boya'
Llile (heavy weight).
Black only, 25c.
,
Perfection Sales Agency
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Style and Fit
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Obituary.
"Lo on a narrow deck of land.
'Twin two unbounded scs, I stand,
Alone; Insensible;
A point of time, a moment's space,
Removes me to that heavenly place."
How true these words of an Inspired
writer proved to be in tills case when
the news spread rapidly all over Hllls
boro that David Hill had died sudJen
ly. He was a man held in high esteem
by all who knew him. He was known
far and near as he had been actively
engaged in buying and selling stock in
this county for many years.
David II. Hill, son of Samuel and
Harriett Hill, was born February 15,
1845. He lived with his parents until
his 18th birthday, and as the Civil
War was still needing recruits, he en
listed as a soldier boy in the 24th
Ohio Battery.
After the war was over In the year
18G8, he was united In marriage to Miss
Sallle M. Wlllett. To this union were
born six sons and one daughter ; three
of the sons preceded their father to
that bourne from whence no traveler
e'er returns.
Brother Hill united with the M. E.
Church at Dunn's Chapel in the year
1890. On account of sickness in his
home and his own bodily affliction, he
could not attend church regularly, but
when the Tabernacle meeting was held
in lllllsboro last winter Mr. Hill at
tended, became Interested in the ser
vices and really enjoyed being able to
go to them and seemed to get asplrlt
ual uplift that helped him to bear his
infirmities or the flesh with fortitude
and resignation, for he knew so well
his heart action was weak and would
so often cause him to sit down and rest.
So on the 12th day of November as
the sun was climbing up In the Eastern
sky, and Mr. Hill was attending to the
chores of Jdaily life, he was hastily
summoned to come up higher; and as
his son, Walter, entered the barn, he
found his father lying in the embrace
of that last "sleep that knows no
waking."
All was done that loving hearts and
willing hands could do but to no avail
for "Death enters and there is no
defense," his time there Is none can
tell.
Mr. Hill was a faithful husband, an
indulgent father, a good citizen, ana
true to the Grand Army of the Repub
lic. He has answered to his last roll
call on earth to join that Innumerable
company that no man can number.
So we can only bow and say, "Thy Will
Be Done Not ivine."
"Soldier rest thy warfare o'er,
Sleep the sleep that knows no waking
Until the Resurrection mornlnR."
Best Cougli Medicine For Children.
"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 Heme
dy and It benefitted him at once. I
Hnd It Is the best cough medicine for
children because It is pleasant to take.
They to 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
POINT VICTORY.
Nov. 23, 1914.
Roy Harshbargerand family, of New
Market, and Alva Harsbarger spent
Sunday with Walter Harshbarger and
family.
George Eyler and wife were the
guests of John Caplinger and wife,
Sunday.
Rev. Foust and Rev. McMurray
spent Thursday with James Leinlnger
and family.
Mrs. Margaret Gibler spent Sunday
with Miss Lum Stout, at Sugartree
Ridge.
Miss Nondas Leinlnger was the
guest of Mrs. Roy Naylor, Sunday.
Little Miss Mildred Overstake spent
Monday with her aunt, Mrs. Nat
Tannehill.
MlssVerda Sonner called on Miss
Anna Custer Saturday evening.
M iss Mella Shaw, of Sugartree Ridge,
called on Mrs. Nat Tannehill Monday
evening.
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NORTH UNION.
November 23, 1914.
Miss Grace Williams called on Miss
Rosa Lewis Sunday afternoon.
Cary Carlisle and wife entertained
at dinner Sunday the following guests:
Aaron Kesler and wife, James Car
lisle and wife, T. M. Frump and wife
and Rev. Give Kesler and family.
James Satterlield and wife spent
Saturday afternoon with the latter's
parents, W. L. Turner and wife. Mrs.
Turner Is still confined to her bed.
John Kesler and wife attended
meeting at Harriett Sunday morning.
Thurman Gall and wife entertained
Delbert Williamson and wife Sunday.
T M. Frump and Jack Iiutler were
business visitors in lllllsboro Satur
day. Mrs. Sallle Butler is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Margaret Gall in mils
boro.
In the last 25 years the population
of Germany Increased Irom 48,000,000
to 60,000,000
Prof$ia3i3.l ($ardt
S.'R. HOWARD,
VETERIINARIArs
' HILLSBORO
Both ,Phon.In Olficc and Rtidenc
J. rHANK WILSON. N. CRAIG M'BR1D3
WILSON & McBRIDE.
ATTOUNEYa-AT-LiA-W.
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I. W. CRET,
DENTI8T,
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