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VITAMINS - HERBS TEAS - JUICES GLUTEN FREE ITEMS LOCALLY MADE SOY Find the hidden diaper in this week’s County Shopper and enter to win a $50 Gift Card from the Whole Body Center. CANDLES - GEO K Email us at shopper@timesgazette.com or call (937) 393-3456 by Monday, July 2nd at 5 pm to enter. GEMSTONE JEWELRY Please leave your name, phone number and email address. YOGA CLASSES

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Volume 34, Number 47

SUNDAY, JULY 1, 2012

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FESTIVAL OF THE BELLS

A PASSION BEYOND MAKEUP By ANGELA SHEPHERD OCM News Service

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hrough the stylish and elongated Eloquence Salon & Spa in Hillsboro, along the polished and comfortingly creaky wooden floors to the steep old staircase, upstairs in that beautiful old building, is Hillsboro native B.J. Baker's business, Permanent Makeup by Design. Google "permanent makeup" and a slew of options will come up showing Columbus, Cincinnati, and Dayton. Well, the service is right here in Hillsboro too. "My heart is here," said Baker of her lifelong Hillsboro residency. Though, after talking with her, the meaning of where her heart is expands. Her upstairs room is spacious and cozy with warm lighting and soothing decor helping to ease, perhaps, someone who may find themselves a little nervous Angela Shepherd/The Times-Gazette given that needles are involved. B.J. Baker of Permanent Makeup by Design is pictured in her space located in the Eloquence Salon & Spa

Special section inside this week’s edition. Special supplement to The Times-Gazette & County Shopper

INDEX

Cover Art Courtesy of the Festival of the Bells Committee

Comics ........................................Page 14 Dear Abby .....................................Page 6 Classifieds ...........................Pages 12-13 Fourth of July ........................Page 10-11

Here’s Another $50 Gift Card Winner! Betty Nichols is the latest winner of the "find the shopping bag" contest. She won two Martin-Ramey tickets from the Fling Barn. Look for another hidden bag in this week’s Shopper. Last week’s bag was found on page 13. Please note that bags that are on a Highland County Shopper logo – ones on the front page and in sales representative’s ads, for example – do not count.

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HILLSBORO

HILLSBORO

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

$1,200,000 5554JuilleratRd.RealLiving.com 4 BEDROOMS, 4.5 BATHS, 10.07 SCENIC ACRES 7760 SQ. FT. WITH A WOW FACTOR IN EVERY ROOM! FULL BASEMENT; GARAGES FOR 5 CARS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CARRIAGE HOUSE WITH 2 FIREPLACES & GARAGE

$379,900 8250StRt138.RealLiving.com 4 BEDROOMS, 3.5 BATHS 7.5 WOODED ACRES 3 STORY BRICK & VINYL HOME WITH FULL BASEMENT NATURAL WOODWORK; FRENCH DOORS; BONUS ROOM 2 FIREPLACES; WET BAR

GREENFIELD

MARTINSVILLE

NEW LISTING

NEW PRICE $247,500

8852StRt753N.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS, 2800+ SQ. FT. NEW PRICE BANNER, 1.18 ACRES BEAMED CEILINGS; GRANITE COUNTERTOPS SUNROOM; HOT TUB; PRIVACY FENCE NEWER ROOF; FIREPLACE IN GARAGE

$245,000 2458TownsendRd.RealLiving.com 4 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS; FULL BASEMENT 5 ACRES WITH POND WELL-MAINTAINED 30X48 BUILDING WITH CONCRETE FLOOR & 220 ABOVE-GROUND POOL; WOOD FURNACE ADD-ON

HILLSBORO

HILLSBORO

NEW LISTING $229,900 5356GriffithRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 3 ACRES CUSTOM-BUILT – QUALITY THRU-OUT! FULL, WALK-OUT, PART FINISHED BASEMENT KAMPAS BRAZILIAN CHERRY FLOORS; 12’ & 14’ CEILINGS

(937) 393-3416 LEESBURG

HILLSBORO

CLAY TOWNSHIP

NEW LISTING $187,000

11030StRt771.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 5.002 ACRES FULL, PARTIALLY FINISHED BASEMENT WITH GREAT ROOM, ATTACHED GARAGE & NEWLY CONSTRUCTED 24X40 BUILDING WELL-MAINTAINED; BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED

NEW LISTING

$179,000 2105SicilyRd.RealLiving.com 4 BEDROOMS, 3 BATHS 6.47 ACRES 3000+ S.F. HOME IN A SET BACK LOCATION OPEN FLOOR PLAN; TASTEFULLY DECORATED 3 CAR GARAGE; WELL LANDSCAPED; MATURE TREES

7091HaggertyRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATHS 2.998 ACRES QUALITY HOME IN A GREAT LOCATION NEAR-IMMACULATE; MANY AMENITIES GARAGES FOR 3 CARS + WORKSHOP

HILLSBORO

$210,000

GREENFIELD

NEW PRICE

PRICETOWN

6279RiberRd.RealLiving.com 5 BEDROOMS, 4 BATHS 1.896 ACRES FULL, FINISHED WALK-OUT BASEMENT 2 FIREPLACES W/INSERTS BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED

$178,500

$175,000 233SSecondSt.RealLiving.com 4 BEDROOMS, 4 BATHS, .5124 ACRE LOT BUILT IN 1879 IN A NEIGHBORHOOD OF SIMILAR HOMES, GORGEOUS WOODWORK; LEADED GLASS IN FRONT DOOR ATTIC CONVERTED TO GAME ROOM WITH BATH

HILLSBORO

GREENFIELD

NEW LISTING $163,000 2243StRt131.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 2.74 ACRES LOVELY OLDER HOME IN GREAT CONDITION! ORIGINAL WOODWORK & WOOD FLOORS THRU-OUT LARGE ROOMS; HIGH CEILINGS; BEAUTIFUL VICTORIAN FIREPLACE

5319GrandeRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 2 ACRES POSSIBLE 2 MORE BEDROOMS IN FULL, PARTIALLY FINISHED BASEMENT 32X24 POLE BARN; 2 CAR GARAGE APPLIANCES NEGOTIABLE

$160,000

LEESBURG

BLUE CREEK

11515TodhunterRd.RealLiving.com $149,900 12.046 ACRES 3 BEDROOMS, 1.5 BATHS HARDWOOD FLOORING BARN & STORAGE BUILDING COUNTRY SETTING; FENCED FOR LIVESTOCK

$144,855 1036RandallsRn.RealLiving.com 2 BEDROOMS 78.3 HEAVILY WOODED ACRES IDEAL FOR HUNTING; AMPLE WILDLIFE APPLIANCES & SOME FURNITURE INCLUDED BARN WITH LOFT & OVERHEAD DOOR

GREENFIELD

HILLSBORO

108QuailMeadowCt.RealLiving.com $156,900 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS IRREGULAR LOT ON A CUL-DE-SAC HARDWOOD FLOORS & CERAMIC TILE WALK-OUT BASEMENT PLUMBED FOR BATH NEAR GOLF COURSE

$154,000 13633HillcrestDr.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 1.27 ACRES FAMILY/SUNROOM, FINISHED BASEMENT W/MAN CAVE, REC ROOM, STORAGE, BEDROOM ATTIC FAN + CENTRAL AIR 2-CAR OVERSIZED GARAGE

HILLSBORO

HILLSBORO

$135,000 107TimberLn.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATHS, .590 ACRE LOT AT THE END OF A CUL DE SAC NEW CARPET & FRESH PAINT! DECK & HOT TUB OVERLOOK THE WOODS, PARTIAL FINISHED WALKOUT BASEMENT WITH FIREPLACE

HILLSBORO

HILLSBORO

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

$130,000 450StRt138.RealLiving.com 4-5 BEDROOMS, 1 FULL & 2 HALF BATHS 4.5 ACRES WITH A VIEW IN EXCELLENT CONDITION PLENTY OF ROOM FOR OUTDOOR LIVING! 24X30 DETACHED GARAGE

$129,700 4640US50.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 3.4 ACRES LARGE EAT-IN KITCHEN WITH ABUNDANT CABINETS & PANTRY, 8X16 BUILDING WITH ELECTRIC MOVE-IN CONDITION, SHOULD QUALIFY FOR ALL TYPES FINANCING.

$129,000 7010HaggertyRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS 1.38 ACRES BEAUTIFULLY LANDSCAPED YARD; MATURE TREES SPACIOUS, WELL-MAINTAINED CAPE COD ATTACHED AND DETACHED GARAGES + 24X16 SHED

LEESBURG

HILLSBORO

$107,000 13131StaffordRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 2.504 COUNTRY ACRES OVERSIZED DETACHED GARAGE BARN WITH ELECTRIC & WOOD STOVE ADDITIONAL SEPTIC & ELECTRIC HOOKUP FOR MOBILE OR CAMPER!

$105,500 129GreystoneDr.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATHS .4434 ACRE LOT WELL-MAINTAINED TRI-LEVEL; NEW ROOF FAMILY ROOM W/BRICK FP; SPACIOUS REC ROOM GREAT HOME FOR A GROWING FAMILY!

LEESBURG

HILLSBORO

NEW LISTING

LYNCHBURG

$89,900

5565MurrayRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS 2.5 ACRES WITH A WOODED VIEW 12X24 DECK MANY RECENT IMPROVEMENTS!

8009HightopRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS 1.256 ACRES WELL-KEPT COUNTRY HOME IN BEAUTIFUL LOCATION! MATURE SHADE TREES; ABOVE-GROUND POOL 24X26 BUILDING

HILLSBORO

7114AbernathyRd.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS .854 ACRE BEAUTIFUL 2176 SQ. FT. HISTORIC HOME NEW CARPET & WOOD FLOORS 2 GAS FIREPLACES; 2-CAR GARAGE

$78,900

6517SpringHillDr.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS .262 ACRE LOT WITH MATURE SHADE DETACHED GARAGE FIREPLACE WITH INSERT VIEW OF ROCKY FORK LAKE!

HILLSBORO

$61,500

4563StRt124.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 1.437 COUNTRY ACRES HOME IS IN GOOD CONDITION & MOVE IN READY! OVERSIZED DETACHED GARAGE WITH ELECTRIC & CONCRETE FLOOR, PARTIAL BASEMENT

122ENorthSt.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS .07 ACRE HAS BEEN USED AS A 2 FAMILY MANY RECENT UPDATES 3 FIREPLACES

$74,500

HILLSBORO

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING

NEW LISTING 7005HighlandTrl.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS ON A DOUBLE LOT WITH LARGE SHADE TREES IN VERY GOOD CONDITION HILLSBORO SCHOOLS ENJOY ALL THE AMENITIES OF ROCKY FORK LAKE!

$89,900

NEW PRICE

LYNCHBURG

$66,000

220BroadwaySt.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 1.5 BATHS .139 ACRE LOT 2200+ SQ. FT. VICTORIAN GORGEOUS WOOD TRIM & FLOORS POCKET DOORS; WRAP-AROUND PORCH

LYNCHBURG

$79,900

HILLSBORO

$124,000 6117MillerLn.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS HUGE REAR DECK OVERLOOKS FENCED BACK YARD NEW ROOF IN 2010 WELL-MAINTAINED LOW UTILITIES

HILLSBORO

NEW LISTING

$79,900 517KimberlySt.RealLiving.com 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS .276 ACRE LOT VERY CLEAN & WELL-MAINTAINED HOME ATTACHED OVERSIZED GARAGE ON A QUIET, NO-OULET STREET

6015BlueRibbonRd.RealLiving.com $134,900 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS 1.43 ACRES DECK FOR ENTERTAINING OR WATCHING WILDLIFE SHORT WALK TO BEACH OR BOAT DOCK NEWER ROOF; REMODELED BATH

$59,500

$56,000 158WCollinsAve.RealLiving.com 2 BEDROOMS, 1.5 BATHS, .023 ACRE CITY LOT SOUND HOME ON A CORNER LOT OVERSIZED DETACHED GARAGE MAINTENANCE-FREE EXTERIOR; LARGE SHADE TREES

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937-840-0822

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STEVEN C. COWDREY

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BAINBRIDGE $109,900 SATURDAY JUNE 30th 2pm – 4pm 4910 POTTS HILL RD., BAINBRIDGE PRICE REDUCED * 3BR/1.2BA * Cedar Home * Covered Porch * WB Fireplace * Open Floor Plan * Brazilian Floors * 2 Acres MLS# 1312057

OPEN

* 4BR/2.5BA * Brick Home w/Partial Finished Basement * Family Room w/Walkout *Det/Att Garage * Horse Barn MLS# 1313864

FELICITY $49,900 PRICE REDUCED * 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Mobile Home * 5 Acres Partially Wooded * Nice 24x24 Detached Pole Barn/Garage

GREENFIELD $50,000 PRICE REDUCED * 2BR/1BA * Hardwood Floors * Oversized Det. Garage * Move In Ready MLS# 1292540

LYNCHBURG $95,000 PRICE REDUCED * 3BR/2BA * Full Basement * 2 Car Attached Garage * Great Family Neighborhood MLS# 1301549

HILLSBORO $173,500 PRICE REDUCED * Beautiful Home in Lake Community * 3 BR/2BA * Covered Front Porch * Screened Back Porch * Professionally Landscaped * A Must See MLS# 1311057

LYNCHBURG $39,900 PRICE REDUCED * 3BR/2BA * Vaulted Ceiling * Walk-out to Deck * Corner Lot MLS# 1312582

HILLSBORO $59,900 * 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths * Large Living/ Dining Combined * Convenient to Town & Schools * Lots of Storage

* Nice Setting MLS# 1298405

HOUSE HILLSBORO $179,500 SUNDAY JULY 1st 2pm – 4pm GREEN RD., HILLSBORO

* 3BR/2BA * Full Basement * Beautiful Country Setting * 6 Acres Mostly Wooded * Privacy * Convenient to Town MLS# 1307946

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HILLSBORO $88,500 NEW LISTING * 3BR/2BA * 1820 SF Ranch * Family Room * Formal Dining * 5.4 Acres w/Barn MLS# 1318396

HOUSE HILLSBORO $169,900 SUNDAY JULY 1st 2pm – 4pm 5784 W. NEW MARKET RD., HILLSBORO

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$85,000 HILLSBORO NEW LISTING * 3BR/1BA * Many New Updates * In Town Amenities * Close to School * Att. Garage MLS# 1318495

HOUSE MT. ORAB $247,900 SUNDAY JULY 1st 2pm – 4pm 102 FOX RUN LN., MT. ORAB

* 4BR/2FB/2HB * Custom Built * 2758 SF * Hardwood Floors * Gas Fireplace * A Must See! MLS# 1296214

* Det. 2 Car Garage MLS# 1277993

BAINBRIDGE $78,500 * Wonderful Getaway * 1BR/1BA Cabin * Covered Front Porch * 27.93 Wooded Acres * Pond * Beautiful View MLS# 1303183

LEESBURG $79,500 * 3BR/1BA * Very Clean * Ready to Move into * Nice Covered Front Porch MLS# 1297315

LEESBURG $79,900 * 3BR/2BA * Country Setting * 2 Acres MLS# 1297932

HILLSBORO $79,500 * Country Setting * Nice 3BR/2 BA w/ Family Room Addition * 3 Acres * 2 Car Det. Garage MLS# 1279227

HILLSBORO $89,900 * 3BR/1BA * Brick Ranch * 28x36 Insulated Detached Garage * 1.9 Acres MLS# 1314369

HILLSBORO $98,000 * 3BR/2BA * Open Floor Plan * Tastefully Decorated * Like New * 1 Car Detached Garage MLS# 1304593

LEESBURG $119,000 NEW LISTING * Commercial Building * Established Bakery Operation * Price Includes All Equipment * Owner Will Stay to Train MLS# 1311607

SEAMAN $87,000 * 1920 SF Commercial Building * Endless Possibilities * Excellent Location * Central Heat & Air MLS# 1304250

PEEBLES $159,900 * Nice 2 Story Commercial Building * Presently Used as Restaurant * Equipment & Inventory Included in Sale

GREENFIELD $350,000 * Commercial Building * Ideal for Retail/ Dept. Store * 11,674 Sq. Ft. * 9,300 Sq. Ft. Paved Parking Lot * Storage Area MLS# 1280603

SINKING SPRINGS $59,900 PRICE REDUCED * Commercial Business * High Traffic Corner Lot * Restaurant Opportunity! * New Electric Furnace * & Plumbing * Painted Inside & Out * Equipment Available * Clean & Dry Basement for Storage MLS# 1304157

GREENFIELD $450,000 * Commercial Property Located in the Greenfield Industrial Park * 15000 SF * 1 Office * 3 Restrooms * 3 Phase Electric * 2 Loading Docks * 5 Acres of Land * Will Lease for Sell for $450,000 * Immediate Possession * Lease with the Option to Purchase MLS# 1246055

GREENFIELD $280,000 * Commercial Property * For Sale or Lease * Great location * 6000+ SF * Former Auto Parts Store Great for Business * Lease Purchase Option MLS# 1246058

WINCHESTER $220,000 * Commercial Building * Living Quarter Upstairs * 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath * 3456 SF -Upper & Lower Level * Storage Rooms & Warehouse Space * Presently Used as Mechanic Shop MLS# 1298404

NEW VIENNA 395,000 * Nursery Business & 2 Homes * 15+ Acres - 2 Pole Barns, - 20 Green Houses * 2 Outlots -2 Wells -2 Septic Systems * 3BR/2BA House * 2BR/2BA Mobile - ($400 Pr. Mo .Income) MLS# 1269350

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LAND PRICE REDUCED * 2.6 Acres * 16590 SR 136 * Excellent Land for Building * Utilities at Street $11,700 MLS# 1308050 * 2 Acres * ST RTE 138, GREENFIELD * Vacant Land on State Highway * Additional 2 Acres Available $18,500 EA MLS# 1246026 PRICE REDUCED * 4 Acres * HILTERBRAN RD., PEEBLES * Wooded Acreage * Beautiful Setting for That New Home * Conveniently Located to SR 32 $21,900 MLS# 1312606 * 4 Acres * N. GATH RD., SARDINIA * Partially Wooded * Corner Lot * Utilities at Street $24,900 MLS# 1298673 2295859

* Upstairs Vacant MLS# 1283275

* 4.6 Acres * SECOND ST., ROME * View of Ohio River * Boat Ramp Less than .5 Miles * Creek * Owner Financing Available $33,750 MLS# 1305278 * 5 Acres * HILTERBRAN RD., PEEBLES * Wooded Lot * Land Improvements * Convenient Location to SR 32 $54,900 MLS# 1312572 * 5.42 Acres * SECOND ST., STOUT * Acreage with View of Ohio River * Creek * Owner Financing Available $37,500 MLS# 1305326 * 5.77 Acres * FIVE POINTS FINCASTLE RD., SARDINIA * Great Country Location * 2 Miles off SR 32. $24,000 MLS# 1270674

* 6.95 Acres * US 52, STOUT * Ohio River Access * Creek * Owner Financing Available $30,900 MLS# 1305066 * 6.1 Acres * SECOND ST., ROME * Ohio River View * Partly Wooded * Owner Financing Available $41,500 MLS# 1305088 NEW LISTING * 7.5 Acres * 20305 US 52 Stout * Ohio River Property * Creek * Access to the River from Creek * Owner Financing Available! $32,500 MLS# 1305029 * 8 Acres * TODHUNTER RD. HILLSBSORO * Partially Wooded

* Creek Frontage $34,900 MLS# 1292579 * 9.6 Acres * US RTE 52, ROME * 355 Ft. of River Frontage * 472 Ft. of Highway Frontage * Great location! Can be Subdivided * Older 36x96 Barn * Water Tap & Septic Approved $79,000 MLS# 1259153 NEW LISTING * 10 Acres * SECOND ST., ROME * Barn * Wooded * Ohio River View * Owner Financing Available! $59,900 MLS# 1305262 * 16.5 Acres * US RT 52, STOUT * Wooded

* Close to Ohio River * Nice Weekend Retreat * Owner Financing Available! $44,900 MLS# 1305075 * 20 Acres * FAIR RIDGE RD., HILLSBORO * Rolling, Tillable Acreage * See Listing For Details $78,000 MLS# 1313589 NEW LISTING * 21.65 Acres 6476 LUCAS LANE, HILLSBORO * Great Farm Land * Located at Rocky Fork Lake $95,000 MLS# 1318092 * 42+ Acres * ST RTE 138, HILLSBORO * Rolling Tillable Land * Lots of Road Frontage * Can be Subdivided $169,348 MLS# 1313034


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Cookies & Milk

July, 2012

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the newspaper for kids

sick child. She had other children to care for, and she was expecting another baby. Sometimes Noel felt sad and lonely. Sometimes he couldn’t even remember what it felt like to run and play.

Noel Moore

ive year old Noel Moore lay in bed staring at the wallpaper. He could hear the other children having their lessons downstairs or playing outdoors. For in that summer of 1893, Noel had scarlet fever, and many children died from this disease. Unfortunately, Noel’s mother Annie didn’t have a lot of time to spend with her

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had a special friend, a lady named Beatrix Potter. Though only three years older than Beatrix, Annie had been her governess, and now Beatrix liked to stay in touch with the Moores.

But this letter was almost as good as a visit—maybe better, because this letter had a story written just for him-a story about a naughty rabbit named Peter who went into his neighbor's garden and had great adventures and barely made it out again. The letter

A Letter from Beatrix Potter by Patty Kyrlach One day in September, a letter arrived from a family friend. A letter for Noel. It was the very best kind of letter—big! With pictures! The letter said, “My dear Noel: I don’t know what to write to you, so I shall tell you a story about four little rabbits whose names were Flopsy, Mopsy, Cottontail and Peter.” Sound familiar? The Moore family

Sometimes Miss Potter would come for a visit and bring her pet, a Belgian buck rabbit named Peter Piper. She had taught Peter to do tricks, but occasionally Peter was “naughty” and refused to cooperate. The children loved her visits, but it had been a long time since Miss Potter had come to see them. At least, it seemed like a long time to a five year old boy.

cheered Noel greatly. A few years later, Noel was sick again—this time with polio. And Miss Potter continued to send story-letters for Noel and the other children to read. Noel’s mother told Miss Potter that she thought the stories ought to be published. So one day, when Noel was about twelve, Miss Potter asked to borrow the first letter she had sent. She had decided to try to pub-

lish the story about Peter Rabbit, and she wondered if Noel had kept it. Kept it? Of course he had kept it and treasured it. Miss Potter selfpublished the book in 1901, and it sold only a few copies. But then the publishing firm of F. Warne and Company took an interest in the "bunny book," as they called it. At the Warnes’ request, she rewrote the story, adding more scenes and more pictures. The time was right. Small picture books were just becoming popular, and the book was an instant success. Beatrix later wrote: “It is much more satisfactory

to address a real live child; I often think that that was the secret of the success of Peter Rabbit, it was written to a child not made to order!” Little Noel grew up to become a priest. He lived a long life and worked with children in the slums of London. Beatrix Potter went on to become one of the most beloved and bestselling children’s authors of all time. Her beautiful books would bring delight to countless children around the world. And it all began because she cared deeply about one little boy named Noel.

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by Maribeth Uralrith Let’s test your American Revolution IQ. Listed below are the names of significant people who were involved with the American Revolution. Can you match the names with the statements of these notable Revolutionary People?

by Donna Patton

Wild Ponies of Assateague Island

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GEORGE WASHINGTON KING GEORGE III PATRICK HENRY JOHN HANCOCK NATHAN HALE

F. PAUL REVERE G. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN H. THOMAS JEFFERSON I. DEBORAH SAMPSON J. ANNA STRONG

1. I said, “…give me liberty or give me death.”

Virginia herd. To ensure the herd’s survival, the ponies are kept to a minimum of 150 horses by selling some of the ponies at Pony Penning Days. The idea to auction off ponies began after a series of disastrous fires in the town of Chincoteague. The firemen realized their fire equipment was hopelessly outdated and they needed funds to buy more. In 1925, fifteen colts were sold and the carnival was a huge success. Every year since, Pony Penning Days have attracted bigger crowds to watch the ponies swim from Assateague. In 1947, Marguerite Henry wrote a book titled Misty of Chincoteague. The story made pony penning famous around the world.

3. On April 18th and 19th of 1775, I set out on horseback to warn John Hancock and Samuel Adams that the British were marching to seize our leaders and weapons. 4. I was a female spy employed by George Washington to spy on the British. 5. I signed my name on the Declaration of Independence large enough so that King George could have no doubt where my loyalties lie. 6. I joined the Continental army as a man and spent several years fooling all of those around me. Only after being shot in the hip was I found out to be a woman. 7. I said, “Anyone who does not agree with me is a traitor and a scoundrel.” 8. I strongly disagreed with the choice of the Bald Eagle as our nation’s symbol. The turkey is much more regal and my pick to represent the new United States. 9. I would much rather be remembered as the founder of the University of Virginia than President of the United States. 10. I was appointed Commander of the Continental Army. Some of my favorite pastime activities are fighting fires, fishing, farming, and fox hunting. Answers: 1 C; 2 E; 3 F; 4 J; 5 D; 6 I; 7 B; 8 G; 9 H; 10 A

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very July, thousands of people flock to the tiny island of Chincoteague for an unusual event. The last weekend of the month is known as “Pony Penning Days,” held during the Chincoteague Volunteer Firemen’s Carnival. Volunteer firemen, also known as “Salt Water Cowboys” herd a group of 150 wild ponies across the narrow Assateague Channel at low tide. Once on Chincoteague the ponies are examined by vets, given time to rest, and then auctioned off to the highest bidder. It’s an event that is almost older than the US itself! Wild ponies have inhabited Assateague and Chincoteague Islands for hundreds of years. Legends say that the ponies are descendants of horses that survived the wreck of a Spanish galleon, which wrecked off the coast in the 1700’s. Two herds of wild horses make their home on Assateague Island, eating dune and marsh grasses and drinking fresh water from ponds. They are separated between the states of Maryland and Virginia by a fence. The National Park Service cares for ponies on the Maryland side. The Chincoteague Volunteer Fire Company handles the

2. I was a young school teacher who joined the Continental army and was hung as a spy. Before I met my fate I was proud to declare that I have but one life to give to my country.

© All writings and original artwork in Cookies & Milk are copyrighted by the authors and artists. Design Editor: Patty Kyrlach. All Rights reserved.

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WHEN, WHERE, HOW AND WHY TO WATER The lack of rainfall this season makes it a challenge to garden. Newly planted shrubs, perennials and trees have struggled to get established, with temperatures in the 90s and drying winds. Vegetable plants are struggling and garden productivity is down. Vegetable gardeners know that even short periods of dryness will permanently stunt some plants, limit fruit size, and cause plants to bolt or go dormant too soon. Landscape plants will thrive much better with well-timed watering. Lasting damage can occur when leaves and stems wilt. Proper watering is the most important part of gardening. Many people simply depend on the rain for watering, but even normal rainfall isn’t always enough to sustain newlyinstalled plants accustomed to daily watering in the nursery, or vegetable plants that are actively growing. Timing is everything, and rainfall can’t be counted on to get the timing right. An inch of rain just wets the surface and still the roots can be bone dry. Until they grow new roots, newlyinstalled plants need regular watering as often as once a day. When you plant new plants always shape the soil around the plant into a bowl or well to hold water close to the plant. The bigger the plant the larger the well should be. This keeps the water from running off before it has a chance to soak into the roots. Now simply fill the bowl once or twice a week. Established plants need attention during drought. Even if they can survive without watering, plants and trees will benefit from occasional deep-root soaking. Drought causes stress that invites insect and disease problems, some of which don’t show up until

We love the “Pound of Rain,” a delightfully simple, rugged cast iron sprinkler with no moving parts that waters gently and thoroughly. GoodSeed photo years afterward. Regular watering helps keep plants and trees growing. Flower and fruit the following spring will be much better with regular watering, and so will fall color. Mulch helps keep the soil moist by keeping the sun off the soil but it can soak up gallons of water by itself. Trees with large mulch circles don’t have to compete with lawn grasses for water. You can deep-root water established trees with soaker hoses, “Tree-Gator” water bags or simple buckets with small holes punched in the bottom. Setting a hose to “trickle” water in the root zone overnight works very well for large trees. We use a simple cast-iron sprinkler called the “Pound of Rain” to soak a wide area, watering at night so water won’t evaporate and be wasted. This works very well for lawns, shrubs and perennial beds, and we sell it in our

store. If you’ve invested lots of money and hard work in your landscape, don’t begrudge your plants the water they need to get through this time of drought. A few dollars spent for water will protect your investment, a small cost compared with replacing established plants. When choosing new plants for your landscape, look for “xeriscape” plants that will tolerate drought. ——— Steve Boehme is the owner of GoodSeed Farm Country Nursery & Landscape, located on Old State Route 32 three miles west of Peebles. To email your landscaping questions or subscribe to this column online click “Contact Us” from their website at www.goodseedfarm.com or call 937587-7021.

Post building, 1000 West Main St., Hillsboro. South Salem United Methodist Women, 7:30 p.m. Southwestern Ohio Toy Tractor Club, 7 p.m., TimesGazette Media Room, 108 Governor Trimble Place, Hillsboro. Elks #361, 8 p.m., Elks Lodge, Danville Pike, Hillsboro. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #9094, 7:30 p.m., V.F.W. Post building, 1000 West Main St., Hillsboro. Rotary Club, 11:45 a.m., Ponderosa Banquet Center, Hillsboro. AmVets Post 61 euchre, 11541 North Shore Dr., 6:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8:30 p.m., Tuesday Night Discussion Group, closed discussion, First Baptist Church, 127 South West St., Hillsboro (use rear door). Celebrate Victory, "real help for life's struggles," 7 p.m., ReaLife Church, 230 W. South St., Hillsboro. Come as you are, non-judgmental. Anthony "Skip" Skipworth, lead pastor. THURSDAY, JULY 5 GriefShare, 5:30 p.m., First Presbyterian Church, Greenfield. Highland Horse Council, 7 p.m. Greenfield Rotary Club, 11:30 a.m., Greenfield Area Life Squad building, 640 N. Washington St., Greenfield. Sinking Spring F.&A.M., 7:30 p.m. Highland Lodge #38 F.& A.M., 7:30 p.m. AmVets Post 61 euchre, 11541 North Shore Dr., 6:30 p.m. Marine Corps League Department of Ohio Detachment, 7:30 p.m., Grandpa Keltz's Country Corner, 10551 North Shore Dr., Rocky Fork Lake, Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Al-Anon, 8 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, Sisters in Sobriety, women's closed discussion, 6 p.m., St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 234 North High St., Hillsboro. FRIDAY, JULY 6 Overeaters Anonymous, 12

DEAR ABBY: What is considered good manners when you enter the home of a 20-something Northerner? I'm a graduate student who recently moved from the South to the East Coast. When I visit the homes of my Northern friends, I feel they are being rude for not inviting me to come in and sit down. When visitors come to my place, I ask if I can take their coats, ask them to please sit and make themselves comfortable and offer something to drink. It feels strange to enter someone's living space and not hear these pleasantries. It also makes me feel as if I'm imposing. If others arrive around the same time, I try to follow their cues, but I still find it uncomfortable to just plop down and make myself at home. Should I just get over it? -- FISH OUT OF WATER DEAR FISH OUT OF WATER: If you have been invited to someone's home, then you ARE welcome. That your visit doesn't begin with the customary rituals you're used to does not mean that your host is rude. Yes, you should "get over it." Just go with the flow -- in time you will adjust.

p.m., Family Recovery Services. SWORL. AmVets Post 61 Bingo, 11541 North Shore Dr., doors open at 5:30 p.m. and Bingo begins at 7 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 6:30 p.m., Hillsboro Beginners Group, open discussion, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 234 North High St., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8:30 p.m., Friday Night Group, open lead, St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 234 North High St., Hillsboro. Reformers Unanimous, 7-9 p.m., support for all types of addiction, Southern Baptist Church, 106 Rice Dr., West Union, call 937-587-1797 or 937544-4110 for more information. SATURDAY, JULY 7 Alcoholics Anonymous and Alanon classes, 10-11 a.m., Rainsboro Methodist Church. Boy Scout Troop #171, 9-11 a.m., Camp Bowage off Greystone Drive, Hillsboro. For more information call 393-9065. Southern Ohio Dream Flyers, 2 p.m., meet at flying club. Compunet Computer Club, 1:30 p.m., south campus of Southern State Community College. SUNDAY, JULY 8 Alcoholics Anonymous, 9 a.m., Sunshine Group, Chairman's Choice, Southern State Community College, Room 203 and 204, 100 Hobart Dr., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Greenfield Freedom Group, open discussion, First Presbyterian Church, 457 Jefferson St., Greenfield. Al-Anon, 8 p.m., Presbyterian Church, 457 Jefferson St., Greenfield, church basement. MONDAY, JULY 9 Highland County T.E.A. Party, 7 p.m., Highland County Training and Employment Center, 1575 North High St. Save the Lake Association, 7:30 p.m., Rocky Fork Activity Center. Greenfield Fraternal Order of Eagles Ladies Auxiliary 1325, 7:30 p.m., at the lodge. Southern Ohio Power Boat Association, 6 p.m., Rocky Fork Activity Center. Rocky Fork Decorative Artists, 6 p.m., Administration

Building basement, Governor Foraker Place, Hillsboro. Pieceful Stitchers Quilt Club, 7 p.m., Lynchburg Public Library. Greenfield Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m. Order of Eastern Star #441, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple, North High Street, Hillsboro. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 5:30 p.m., St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 234 North High St., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 6:30 p.m., HOYPAA Group, open discussion, FRS Counseling Inc., 313 Chillicothe Ave. (U.S. 50 East), Hillsboro (use door 4). Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., TWMIG Group, open lead, First Baptist Church, 125 N. Washington St., Greenfield. Dodson Township Trustees Meeting, 6 p.m., Lynchburg Area Fire Community Room. Lynchburg Lions Club, 7 p.m. TUESDAY, JULY 10 Narcotics Anonymous, 6:308 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Call 937/763-0750, Arnold. Rocky Fork Lake Community Alliance, 7 p.m., Rocky Fork Activity Center. Greenfield Church of Christ Women's Fellowship, 7 p.m. Highland County Antique Machinery Club, 7:30 p.m., Five Points Implement Co. Inc., 6720 U.S. Route 50 West, Hillsboro. Hillsdale Lodge #696 Knights of Pythias, 7:30 p.m., SR 73 at Belfast. Friendly Helpers Circle, 7:30 p.m. Towne Club. Hillsboro Fraternal Order of Eagles Auxiliary #1161, 7 p.m., Hillsboro Eagles Lodge. Extension Homemakers Council, 1 p.m. Rotary Club, 11:45 a.m., Ponderosa Banquet Center, Hillsboro. Ioleta Circle, 1:30 p.m. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #4794 of Lynchburg, 8 p.m. United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, 7:30 p.m., activities building at Rocky Fork Lake. AmVets Post 61 euchre, 11541 North Shore Dr., 6:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8:30 p.m., Tuesday Night Discussion Group, closed discussion, First Baptist Church, 127 South West St., Hillsboro (use rear door).

D EAR AB BY Abigail Van Buren group of her friends. She introduced me to every single person by going over the whole history of my not having a car, and how she has taken me grocery shopping every week. All her friends began praising her for her kindness. I was upset and embarrassed that rather than introduce me as a friend she instead portrayed me as an object of her charity. I always thought she enjoyed our get-togethers. She used to rebuff any attempts on my part to make our shopping trips less frequent. Do I suck it up for the sake of our friendship, or do I discontinue or curtail our meetings? -- EMBARRASSED IN MICHIGAN

DEAR EMBARRASSED: What your "benefactor" did was extremely insensitive. True DEAR ABBY: I don't have acts of charity are done anonya car. I can't afford one at this mously. For now, my advice is to suck it up not for the sake of time. For the last two years a the friendship, but to do so for friend has been doing me a the sake of the transportation favor by taking me grocery unless you can find an alternashopping every week. I can tive. (and do) take the bus to the ——— local grocery store, but it Dear Abby is written by makes it easier to buy things Abigail Van Buren, also known in bulk with a car. We have as Jeanne Phillips, and was dinner, go to an occasional founded by her mother, movie and generally have a Pauline Phillips. Write Dear good time hanging out. I buy Abby at www.DearAbby.com her dinner sometimes as a or P.O. Box 69440, Los thank-you for her great help. Angeles, CA 90069. Recently, I got to meet a

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Community Calendar SUNDAY, JULY 1 Hillsboro Christian Academy monthly meal, 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Hillsboro Church of the Nazarene Annex, 8230 U.S. 50 east in Hillsboro. Suggested $5 donation with proceeds going to the Hillsboro Christian Academy Scholarship Fund. Alcoholics Anonymous, 9 a.m., Sunshine Group, Chairman's Choice, Southern State Community College, Room 203 and 204, 100 Hobart Dr., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Greenfield Freedom Group, open discussion, First Presbyterian Church, 457 Jefferson St., Greenfield. ReaLife Church, "Real Hope for Real People," come as you are, non-judgmental. Pastor Anthony "Skip" Skipworth, Lead Pastor, 230 W. South St., Hillsboro. Sunday 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. Al-Anon, 8 p.m., Presbyterian Church, 457 Jefferson St., Greenfield, church basement. MONDAY, JULY 2 Save the Lake Association, 7:30 p.m., Rocky Fork Activity Center. TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 5:30 p.m., St. Mary's Episcopal Church, 234 North High St., Hillsboro. Alcoholics Anonymous, 6:30 p.m., HOYPAA Group, open discussion, FRS Counseling Inc., 313 Chillicothe Ave. (U.S. 50 East), Hillsboro (use door 4). Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., TWMIG Group, open lead, First Baptist Church, 125 N. Washington St., Greenfield. TUESDAY, JULY 3 Narcotics Anonymous, 6:308 p.m., Peace Lutheran Church, 231 Harry Sauner Rd., Hillsboro. Call 937/763-0750, Arnold. Paint Valley Antique Machinery Club, 7 p.m., Bainbridge Methodist Church. Parkinson's Support Group, 1 p.m., Ross County Senior Citizens Center, 1824 Western Ave., Chillicothe. For information, call 740/773-8145. H.O.P.E. (Helping Other People Express) Support Group. Lynchburg Historical Society, 6:30 p.m., Lynchburg Branch Library. Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary #9094, 7 p.m., V.F.W.

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continued from Page 1 While permanent makeup is not tattooing as it is understood to be, it is akin to it. According to Baker, the procedures she performs only go through the top two layers of skin whereas tattooing goes through more. "Every part that touches the client is disposable," Baker said as she held up an unopened package of needles and the instrumentation they attach to. They were small and grouped together so closely that it was difficult to see there were more than one needle. The instruments she uses are also smaller. "I so enjoy this," Baker said of the profession she began about a year ago. "My goal is to enhance natural beauty." While confessing to loving what she does, she said her passion is truly the paramedical aspect of it all. "I wanted to do something that I could be proud of, something to make someone's life better." With palpable emotion, Baker spoke of sister-in-law and best friend, Brenda Mahoney, who passed away a few months ago after a lengthy battle with breast cancer and the repercussions of her treatment. Baker said that Mahoney did not pass away because of the cancer but because of the radiation poisoning. According to Baker, Mahoney suffered from radiation-induced alopecia and had no hair. Moved and motivated by her friend and what simple enhancements would do for her sense of self and normalcy, Baker went to Los Angeles and attended school for a month, becoming certified in permanent make-up procedures. She gave Mahoney eyebrows using a "hair stroke" procedure, she added color to her lips, liner around her eyes and says that Mahoney always looked so beautiful, that even when she was sick she did not look sick. Over the past few months Baker's friend, Missy Hunter, said that Baker has provided free services to many women who have battled or are battling cancer, mostly in aureola reconstruction. She uses a procedure called 3D that makes the flat plane to which the make-up is applied stand out and look completely natural and normal.

An aureola reconstruction client, Karen Robinette, who heard about Baker while attending to other services at the salon, had breast cancer that resulted in a double mastectomy more than a decade ago. She said that she had the reconstructive surgery but that surgeons did not replace her aureolas. She recently saw Baker for the 3D procedure for aureola reconstruction on both breasts and says that it has "made her feel whole again" and restored some normalcy. These are the paramedical things Baker is passionate to continue to "give these women some sense of normalcy." Along with the permanent makeup procedures, Baker also offers scar revision treatment either by a dry needling technique or by application of permanent make-up. Even on the non-medical side of things Baker said that she loves being able to help women feel better about themselves. Hunter has had lash enhancements, and eyeliner done. She looked as if she had just freshly applied her make-up when in fact she did not have a stitch on. Baker expressed that when consulting with someone about work they would like, she is always mindful of the repercussions and keeps her eye on the future. Hunter said that Baker told her no the first time she came for eyeliner. Baker knew that the shade chosen by Hunter would be too dark and would be something that Hunter would not be happy with. Through a smile Hunter said, "She was right." As for performing procedures Baker said, "I am all about the research," saying that she stays on top of the most effective numbing agents and uses them generously throughout any procedure. Hunter said that the procedures that she has had done really did not involve a lot of pain. Search "Permanent Makeup by Design, LLC at Eloquence Salon & Spa" on Facebook to view information and before and after photos of procedures that Baker has performed. To make an appointment or just to get more information Baker can be reached by phone at 937-403-8154, or 937-393-0668, or by calling the Eloquence Salon & Spa at 937-393-5775.


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Sells Saturday, August 4th, 2012 at 9:00 a.m. Located at: 10226 SR 771 Leesburg, OH - Approx. 4 Miles South of Leesburg and 12 Miles North East of Hillsboro. From Hillsboro take SR 138 East, then North on SR 771. TRACTORS: John Deere 630, power steering; John Deere 40-u wide front end with loader; 2- John Deere B’s. FARM EQUIPMENT: Harrogator, John Deere corn sheller, John Deere model 39 sickle mower, 2 John Deere cultivators for John Deere B tractors, John Deere manure spreader, wooden utility trailer, Sears Roebuck 3 pt. carry all, 2 John Deere flatbed wagons with side boards and seed cleaner. TOOLS AND OTHER ITEMS: extension ladder, step ladder, 2 small air compressors, gas cans, tool boxes, hand saws, push mower, fence stretcher, garden tools, Snapper 8h.p. riding mower, galvanized steel tubs, a large amount of canning jars, milk cans, space heater, Fairbanks scales, Pressure Princess air compressor, scoop shovels, John Deere heat housers, Miscellaneous John Deere Parts, single and double tree, neck yokes, chicken feeders, 200 gallon gravity flow fuel tank on stand, 300 gallon fuel tank, 55 gallon wooden drum, wheel weights, well pump, Cast Iron C.S. Bell, McCormick Deering vacuum pump and wood nesting boxes. STERLING SILVER: State House Formality sterling silver set with case, misc. silver plated and sterling silver forks, spoons, knives, etc...CAR: 1999 Buick Century Custom in good condition with 88,736 miles. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS & FURNITURE: GE Refrigerator, older deep freeze, antique crocks, cast iron kettle and stand, milk strainer, cream can, Frigidaire oven/range, Whirlpool refrigerator, Gibson chest deep freeze, microwave, miscellaneous pots pans and cooking utensils, Kitchen table with chairs, rocking chair, multiple stands and chairs, old and new marbles, a large selection of cake stands, dishes, corning ware, Tupperware, baskets, Wanger skillet, 32� Gemstar television set, antique toys, wooden desk, book case with glass doors, couch, recliner, quilts, lamps, end tables, foreign currency, pocket watches, antique school books, milk bottles, Daisey butter churn, enamel ware, depression glass, John D Brush safe, drop leaf table and chairs, corner china cabinet, Oil lamps, small stands, old stamps and war items, 2 cedar chests and 2 complete bedroom suits. This is just a partial list of items being sold. For More Information check auctionzip.com Due to large sale two sale rings will be run at times. Auctioneer Note: This is the personal property of the late Robert “Bud� and Isabel Baldwin. Terms: Cash or Check with proper ID. Lunch Available

42 ACRE FARM This beautiful 42 acres includes a large barn, pature, woods, electric is in place - and the views are fabulous! Lots of wild life, and seclusion for only 105,000 Richard today. HUGE OPPORTUNITY! This 50+ acre Investment Property is close to the lake, county water, great recreational area - offering shade, open spaces and fishing - Call Richard for more details NEW LISTINGS! 3 bedroom home, large fenced lawn, outbuilding - Possible land contract available priced at 28,900 Call Carol today. THIS CHURCH rests on .33 acres is still in use and includes all furnishings, rests on a full basement, has a partial kitchen and is available for only 28,900 Call Herschel today! YOU CAN HAVE IT ALL! this large 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home rests on a full basement, large kitchen, huge family room with a spectacular view, 3 fireplaces, italian tile, attached garage, storage building, rear deck and more for only 149,900 Call Carol today. PRICE REDUCED! $10,000 off this HUGE 3 bedroom, 4 bath home surrounded by 6+ acres, a full basement, 2 car garage, fireplace, large open floor plan, built in appliances, large closets, covered front porch, rear patio - this home is loaded! Priced at 259,900 now only 249,900 Call Richard today! OWNER WANTS TO SELL!!! Four lots, small home, County water and lots of room to grow for only 59,900 Call Carol today. GREAT INVESTMENT! 5 apartments and 1 commercial building corner location - high traffic count - county water - fully rented $1,700 month income - priced at 139,900 Call Sandy today. LARGE 3 BEDROOM HOME ON CORNER LOT, huge garage, 3 lots, large rear deck - this home is in mint condition Immediate Possession - priced at 66,500 Call Richard today. PRICE REDUCED! This lovely cottage is close to the Ohio River - rests on a double lot a fully stocked nice workshop and storage area all for only 61,900 Call Rob today. TWO STORY HOME, 4 bedroom resting on a full basement, double lot, covered front porch, rear deck and more! 58,000 Call Sandy today. THIS 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH BRICK HOME rests on a fenced corner lot, 2 car attached garage, and basement. This home is in Move-In Condition - Come and see for yourself! Priced at 139,500 Call Rob today. 13 ACRES surrounds this 4 bedroom home with a full basement, 2 car garage - Beautiful Scenery - this home needs a little love - Come on over and fall in love. Priced at 96,900 Call Richard for more details. LAND CONTRACT available on this large home resting on 1.25 acres, full basement detached garage, county water for only 59,900 Call Richard for more details.

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SATURDAY, JULY 14, 2012 - 10:00 A.M. Located at 373 W. Main Street, Leesburg, Ohio. (SR 28 West) REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 11:00 A.M., REAL ESTATE SELLS ABSOLUTE This nice two-story frame home is located in a nice area of the Friendly Village of Leesburg, Ohio. The home has 1,324 sq. ft. of living area that includes 2 bedrooms and full bath upstairs; the downstairs consists of a master bedroom with large full bath and walk-in closet, eat-in kitchen with lovely cabinets, den or dining area, living room, laundry utility room for the washer and dryer, and an enclosed rear porch area. It also has a gas furnace, central air, and a partial basement. There is also the best 20x26 carport that you will see, a storage barn, 98x165 lot, plus a concrete driveway. This is very clean inside and out, and also has new replacement windows and vinyl siding. If you are looking for a starter home or a good rental, it’s here. INSPECTION DATES FOR REAL ESTATE ONLY - Tuesdays, July 3 & 10 from 5:00-6:00 p.m. and Sunday, July 8 from 1:00-2:00 p.m. REAL ESTATE TERMS: 10% of the total purchase price will be required the day of the auction. The balance is due on delivery of the deed on or about August 14, 2012 with possession to be given the day of closing. Property sells “as is, where is” with no warranties expressed or implied. Your bids are to be based solely upon your inspection as to your intended or particular use. Information contained herein was obtained from reliable sources and is believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed. Your bidding is not conditional upon financing, so be sure financing is prearranged if necessary. Lead base paint to be conducted prior to the auction by potential buyer with successful purchasers to waive post sale inspection and to sign waiver. For additional information, contact Rick Williams, Broker & Auctioneer. Auction and Real Estate Companies represent the seller. Real Estate Taxes are $284.32 per half and will be pro-rated to date of closing.

PERSONAL PROPERTY FURNITURE: Entertainment center; 2 recliners, nice; Oak square dining table; Oak dresser; Hall tree; Office desk; Computer desk; Dining table with matching chairs; Daybed; Maple dresser; Maple night stands; Maple dresser with mirror; Wicker dining room table with chairs; Jewelry cabinet; Wooden school desk; COLLECTIBLES: 6 gal. & 2 gal. brown crocks; Aladdin lamp, electric; 2 old violins, need repair; Brown milk & water pitchers; Hillsboro Bicentennial plate; Dog door stop; Stone mixing bowls; Cookbooks; Cake stand; Vinegar cruets; Linens; Doilies; Figurines; Wicker flower stand; Oreck sweeper and other items; TOOLS: Push mower; Stepladders; Wheelbarrow; Hand & garden tools; gas lawn blower; GUNS & COINS: 1863 Springfield rifle; Kentucky squirrel muzzle loader; lots of Wheat pennies back to 1915; vintage compacts. NOTE: This is a good, clean auction. Auction will be held under the carport. TERMS FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY: Cash or check with proper ID. Lunch Available. AUCTIONEERS: Rick Williams, Mike Ames, Chip Yochum, Brad Williams

Directions: From Hillsboro take S.R. 124 SE approx. 6 miles, then right on Main Road to Pleasant Road, approx. 2 miles. Watch for signs. Real Estate sells at 6:00 P.M. Inviting brick & vinyl TK ranch home built in 2005 offers great room w/wood burning brick fireplace, vaulted ceilings, eat-in kitchen w/oak cabinets, Kenmore dishwasher & microwave, pantry/laundry closets, 3 BR w/large closets, and 2 baths on crawl space. Total electric home w/HVAC system, water softener, & Highland Co. water. Acreage provides large 9 stall horse barn w/concrete drive, loft & storage areas, large open front workshop building & additional storage building, all situated on 5+/- acres, fenced with white vinyl. Excellent opportunity for the horse enthusiast or mini farmer. Previews: Thursdays, June 28, July 5 & 12, 5:00 P.M.-7:00 P.M. Other times by appointment by contacting David Douglas 937-763-3100 Personal Property: 2010 New Holland L125 skid steer, dsl; 118 hrs., excellent condition, great for horse stalls; 2000 EXISS aluminum 27’ goose neck 4 slant horse trailer w/ 7x5 dressing area & rear tack; 1365 Oliver tractor w/loader, dsl; 5 ft. King Kutter rotary mower; 3 pt post hole digger; Ryobi 10” table saw; drill press; scroll saw; 1 ½ ton chain hoist; chains; boomers; approx. 12 12’ cattle/corral panels; old reel-type mower; metal shop cabinet; 3 saddles; misc. horse equipment; concrete lawn decorations; glassware; dishes; kitchenware; Ty; Cabbage Patch; porcelain dolls; computer desk; entertainment center; upright piano; Christmas & holiday decorations and more. Terms & Conditions: Personal property, cash or check w/proper ID. Real Estate Terms & Conditions: Please see website at: chipcarpenterauctions.com Announcements made day of sale take precedence over any previously printed materials.

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OLD OTWAY SCHOOL SATURDAY JULY 14TH 2012 @ 5PM 6864 ST RT 73 OTWAY OHIO 45657 Location: The auction will be held inside the air conditioned old Otway School gym located in the heart of downtown Otway. OTWAY IS LOCATED ON ST. RT. 73 ABOUT HALFWAY BETWEEN ST. RT 32 AND PORTSMOUTH OHIO. FIRST HOUR: I will be selling 2 16’ truck loads containing the contents of a home in Hamilton Ohio. Including Refrigerator, Upright freezer, Electric range, small kitchen appliances, baby items, cloths, desk, sofa, recliner, chairs etc. all to be sold first and outside weather permiting. Furniture, Antiques, Household: Buddy L Coke truck & Texaco tanker; Marx Wrecker, City Street Cleaning truck & Hydraulic dump; Glass paperweights; pocket knives; Rare Wagnor # 0 cast iron dutch oven w/ lid; Huffman Huffy oil spout; baskets; comic books; bayonet; crafts; numerous bullet advertising pencils; old cards & games; wood rolling pins; 1940’s Roy Rogers & Trigger puzzle; Conch sea shells; dominos; model airplane, gun & train magazines; kalidascopes; pocket books; post cards; Dale Earnhardt collectables; 2 Coleman canvas chairs; hot wheels; paintings; lightning rods; RR crossing lights; kerosene lamps; cast iron Bulldog bank/doorstop; and so much more. Auctioneers note: This is only a partial listing. Check Auctionzip.com for detailed listing and pictures. There will be much more added after paper ad deadline. No auction day phone service. Terms and Conditions: Cash or check with positive ID. Announcements made from the auction podium take precedence over any published materials. Refreshments will be available.

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HOCHSTETLER AUCTION Saturday, July 7, 2012 at 9:00 AM Location: 1493 Wheat Ridge Rd, West Union, OH 45693, in the heart of the Amish Community. Will be offering: Antiques, Collectibles, Tools, Primitives items, Buggy, Glassware, Bottles, Signs Buggy by Fred Klopper of Muncie, Indiana, nice. ANTIQUES: Great White Mountain Jr. ice cream salesman sample freezer, 1qt. Dazey, 2qt. Dazey, 2qt. Elgin, 2-4qt Dazey, 2-6qt. Dazey, #5 brown/white stone churn, #3 brown/white stone churn, nice early wooden churn, #6 stone jar, several assorted stone kraut jar's, early wooden primitive Kraut cutter (hand crank), 2-#8 Griswold iron skillets and other skillets, # Hillsboro crystal bell complete, early jelly cupboard, small pantry cabinet, good (crackled) dresser featuring wishbone tilting mirror (4 drawer), good early dresser with mirror bracket, several assorted early wooden boxes, other wooden cabinets/shelves, several assorted wooden chairs, 2 folding, Star cistern pump good metal (St. Louis), 2-goat yokes from Colonial Williamsburg, wonderful shipmans candle lantern (round globe), Skatters oil lantern (small), flat top (good) medium size trunk, National (early) cash register with wooden drawer stand, central early cash register with drawer, copper tea kettles and more, 2 early vacuums (tube type), 1-Feeny Muncie, Indiana nice good store lifesavers display (metal), coffee tins, lard tins, tobacco tins, cute tin type B&B Ranch cowboy bank, early hair clippers, several assorted 1qt. oil cans and other sizes vary in maker's (most are good), wooden leather workers vice, nice Wagner aluminum tea kettle 5qt (1911), childs sled, several assorted sad iron's-some wooden handle, coffee mills, grain mill (small), Manning/Bowman iron in original box, Chicago Roller Skate Co. card board box with skates, assorted oil lamps, assorted electric lamps, 2 floor nice lamps, 20+ cereal boxes, cig lighters, cig. advertising, Germantown, KY galvanized plant jobber, cigar boxes, early childs/play wooden rocking tub washer (cute), alphabet blocks (wooden), several jars of buttons, lots of book matches, wooden handle copper body clothes washer dashers, early childs rabbit/pulling a duck in a cart, 2 nice quilts/hand stitched (early), 2-wooden seat/back/top 3 grade school desk, nice small wooden travelers case, baby buggy, Sohio and Gulf Parawax items, Frosty Snow Cone maker, Griswold stove pipe dampers assorted sizes, Daere & Monsur-Moline, IL planter lid, tobacco store plug cutters, assorted granite wares/grays/blues/whites, assorted (early) door knobs, railroad blocks, copper wash boiler, hand crafted wooden Winchester and anitques signs, 10ft totem pole (cedar), good lard press, 2 childs play early electric cook stoves (small), several folding wooden collector rulers, primitive tools and more, exciting assortment of planes, including #1, #2, #3, #130, #12 1/2, #113, #45, #55 good Stanley plane offering, large #7 Ohio tool plane, 10+ molding planes Cincy makers, bark spud from Colonial Williamsburg, long handle chissel, lots of other wood chissels, black Smith forge (good to go), sheep shears sharpen stand, anvil/vice with hardy tool, 2 barn beam drills, post vice, 2-buggy jacks, hay knives, forge laddel, wooden pulleys-diff. sizes, 20+ coopers tools of different kinds, Bowl Adze (great item), nice large ice saw, 2 Boy Scout hatchets, other hatchets, primitive travelers goose wing (early) axe, draw knives, great early small cabinet makers saw with box wood handles, various other buck saws, lots of hammers, monkey wrenches, 2 man cross cut saws, 3 prong pitch forks, early lawn seed push spreader cute, hand saws, blow torches (several), tobacco knives, good miniature buck saw and cute cross bucks, mowing sythe's, square nails, iron triangle windmill weight, great cobblers cast iron nail cups (by Eclipse), large 1961 Belknap Hardware cataloge (scarce), pipe vise, grubbing hoe, hand crank, winch-boat type. BOTTLES: Coke collectibles-nice, 4-brown 6oz from Cincy, Louisville, Lexington M Cola, Maysville Mini Cola, good cardboard coke picnic 12 cooler box, Tubby Smith inaugural 6 packs-1 open/1 full, 1 hillbilly 6 pack, 1-1998 Santa Pack and a lot more other Coke's, several RC metal pop cans of great baseball players including Tom Seaver, George Foster and a lot more, lots of assorted milk bottles of different sizes, lots of other pop bottles of all kinds, a big lot of old medicine bottles-all different sizes, 9-Kentucky Derby glasses from 1984, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2000 wooden pop bottle shells. HORSE RELATED: Wooden hames, collars, good horse furry plow, harness parts, etc... OTHER ITEMS: nice framed print De Laval cream seperators, Carhart Bros. black memorabilia print framed of coffee, Sleepy Eye Mills ice cream, lighted advertising signs of trust worthy hardware, Remy Martin, Trans America, 0661, Vivitar, Lighted scene boy & girl fishing, thanks for shopping with us, bus fare coin collection, pedistal Johnson Fare Co., Samson bingo set with balls, cards, etc, and a lot more items. RADIOS AND MORE: 20+ tube type/electric radios from Bakelite to EA Wood, radio repair books and manuals, several tubes in their packages, ever ready cardboard batteries box, many radio parts, etc.

AUCTIONEER NOTE: What a great auction for the collector to the user. A great variety and diverse assortment. Owners are Atlee J. and Drusilla Hochstetler and they are just downsizing. Auction is held in Adams Co. Ohio in a nice Amish Community. Tents up, chairs out, plenty of parking. Not everything listed. Visit auctionzip.com #7367 to view the photos. NOTE: Coopers tools will be sold last.

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The Corporation for National and Community Service reports that today women volunteer more than men in every state. Most of those women have children under the age of 18. While there is certainly room for growth in volunteerism for men, teenagers, and older adults, young mothers are an important part of the volunteer legacy — there is evidence that their children are more likely to become volunteers themselves.

There is really no limit to the ways you can get involved in your community or abroad as a volunteer. Local and national non-profit organizations rely on the gift of time to keep their operations viable, as do sports leagues, international aid and development agencies, and health care facilities. Sports events, public festivals, and awareness campaigns are always in need of helpers and officials too. One thing we all can do, as we celebrate July fourth this year, is to take a moment to thank a volunteer at the party or event we’re attending. Volunteer soldiers played a big role in the fight for independence.

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CELEBRATIONS

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No Fourth of July party is worth its salt unless the centerpiece is a glorious red, white, and blue dessert. Whether you’re hosting a cookout or going potluck, make sure your grand finale includes the colors that we all celebrate on Independence Day.

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Although there is no official historical explanation for the use of the colors in the flag, it is generally said that the blue represents justice, the white, purity, and the red, courage. But if decorating a flag cake with buttercream frosting and a steady hand is one project too much for your holiday schedule, there are plenty of other fun and tasty ways to keep red, white, and blue on the table.

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420 Farms for Sale 11-ACRES HILLSBORO OHIO BRICK RANCH 3 BEDROOM HOME LARGE POLE BUILDING GOOD FENCES MUST SELL CALL FOUT REALTY 937-981-7734

425 Houses for Sale COUNTRY HOME GREENFIELD OHIO 6-ACRES PRIVATE SURROUNDED BY GOOD HUNTING GROUNDS PRICE REDUCED CALL FOUT REALTY 937-981-7734

Tues - Mon @ 5pm Weds - Tues @ 5pm Fri - Thurs @ 5pm

POLICY: Please Check Your Ad The 1st Day. It Is The Advertiser’s Responsibility To Report Errors Immediately. Publisher Will Not Be Responsible for More Than One Incorrect Insertion. We Reserve The Right To Correctly Classify, Edit, Cancel Or Decline Any Advertisement Without Notice.

Thurs - Weds @ 5pm Sat - Thurs @ 4pm

500 - Merchandise

525 Computer/Electric/Office Cannon Copier/Fax Base Supply Cabinet, New Cartridge, Enlarge/Reduce, Letter & Legal Size Trays, Collate,... Great Condition! Paid $2,800 Asking $900. Call 937-661-5799

535 Farm Supplies/Equipment Farm Equipment for Sale: 1967 Oliver 1950 GM Detroit Engine Runs needs re-stored $3,500 OBO 937-386-2269. Hay Equipment, like new, Holland Baler, BF210H sickle bar rake. 513-932-5242

440 Wanted to Buy Looking for small country home or 3BDRM mobile home no fixer upper have money for owner financing $500 finding fee if approved by buyer. Call 937-386-3978.

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EARLY HEAD START HOME VISITOR

Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc., 1487 North High Street, Suite 500, Hillsboro, Ohio 45133. All resumes and/or applications must be received on or before Friday, July 6, 2012. Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Provider of Services M/F/D/V.

Multifamily Yard Sale Antique Settee, Table/4 Chairs, Longaberger baskets, Dishes, Noritake, Clothing, Highchair, Guns, House & more. 11840 Garch Rd. Hillsboro 937-466-9677 9:00-5:00 July 4,5,6

Attn: Brittany Kenney - Human Resources 6831 U.S. 22, Wilmington, OH 45177 Email: bkenney@premierservices.org

CASEWORKER

Adams County Children Services will be accepting applications for a Caseworker until 4:00 p.m. on July 6, 2012, B.A. in Social Work or related field required. Applicants must pass BCI check, be insurable and have valid Ohio driver’s license. Experience a plus. Please submit resume or application to Executive Director 300 N. Wilson Drive West Union, Ohio 45693 Equal Opportunity Employer.

405 Acreage and Lots

405 Acreage and Lots

Giant Inside Yard Sale Selling lots of clothes, baby items, festival bell, Longaberger baskets, snow blade, furniture, lots of misc. items. July-6&7 from 9-3. The Hauke Family 2Ω miles North of Mowrystown at 2315 Taylorsville Rd. Huge Garage Sale July 5-7, 9am-5pm. Alley Behind 205 West South, Hillsboro. Gas Stove, Doors, Clothes, Toys, Household, Furniture, Golf Clubs, Mannequins, Weird Stuff.

Yard Sale- June 22-24 and June 29-30 July 1. Baby Clothes, Womens Clothes, BoxSpring, Wedding Stuff, Tools, Misc. 5575 Carmel Rd. Hillsboro

425 Houses for Sale

405 Acreage and Lots

FOR SALE Set up for services at Berryville on St. Rt. 73 All equipment included. Central Air, Co. Water available Priced at $25,000 Some Financing Available.

ELSEA HOME CENTER OWN YOUR OWN HOME. PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $200.00 A MONTH With Approved Credit

Call Shrivers “GOLD” Realty 937-927-0125 or Herschel Hook 937-403-5195 235 General

Call Crystal & Don Today!

740-663-2824 www.elseahomes.com 235 General

SHEET METAL ASSEMBLERS SHEET METAL FABRICATORS WELDERS

“Owner financing” HIGHLAND CO: Rocky Fork Region! Some woods on 5 acres, water available, $24,900. Cabins OK!

Must read tape measure accurately for all above positions listed.

INDUSTRIAL SPRAY PAINTERS Must have auto-body, pressure-pot spray application experience.

Please email resume to hr.4160@gmail.com or

2296290

Reply by mail to Human Resources PO Box 435, Batavia, Ohio 41540

555 Garage Sales/Yard Sales

YARD SALE! July 6 & 7, 8 am - 3 pm. Corelle dishes, Corelle sets, Corning ware, crafts, tools, wood yard ornaments, old 45 records, toys, household items. . (937)360-6699. Tiktok42@yahoo.com.

NEW LISTING

Highland District Hospital is seeking a part-time (40 hours per pay) Social Worker. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree in Social Work or related health and human services and Ohio licensure. Two (2) years experience in a hospital setting preferred. We offer excellent wages and a generous benefits/retirement package. Please direct inquiries to (937) 393-6479 (Toll Free 1-866-393-6100), fax resume to (937) 840-6511 or send via email to dgermann@hdh.org. HIGHLAND DISTRICT HOSPITAL 1275 NORTH HIGH STREET HILLSBORO, OH 45133 (937) 393-6100 www.hdh.org

Big Garage Sale 120 Sherwood Dr. Hillsboro 9am-??? July 5-6-7

MLS #1317956 $1,200,000

( 937) 393-3416

www.ClassicSells.com

SPRING SPECIAL!

Church Bldg.

614-791-1154 or 614 -565-5666

5729 North Fork Rd, Hillsboro.

4 BEDROOMS, 4.5 BATHS 10.07 SCENIC ACRES 7760 SQ. FT. WITH A WOW FACTOR IN EVERY ROOM! FULL BASEMENT; GARAGES FOR 5 CARS 4 BEDROOM, 2 BATH CARRIAGE HOUSE WITH 2 FIREPLACES & GARAGE

Unique Items, Mini Horse Wagons. 9760 US 50 East. Hillsboro. July 5-6-7. 8:00 til 5:00

Batavia, Ohio First / Second Shift Positions

5554 JUILLERAT ROAD, HILLSBORO

· · · · ·

Multi-Family Yard/Barn Sale July 5, 6, 7, 8. 7168 Swisshelm Lane 8am-5pm. Toys, Clothes, Wilton Books, Homemade Backhoe Trailer, 4-Wheelers, Water Softener, Lots More.

M ETAL MAN U FACTU RI NG

405 Acreage and Lots

5554JuilleratRd.RealLiving.com

Multi-Family Yard Sale July-7th 9:00am-4:00pm Rain-Or-Shine 147 Beekin Dr Hillsboro Home Furnishings, Tools, Adult And Children Clothes, Toys

Garage Sale July 5-6-7 Clothes, Americana, Furniture, HomeDecor, Toys/Dolls. Take SR 124 to 3480 Carmel Rd. Hillsboro. Watch for Signs.

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405 Acreage and Lots

Multi Family Garage Sale 11948 North Shore Dr. Hillsboro. Children to Plus Size Clothing Plus Much More. July 5-8

Garage Sale July 5-6-7 8857 Peach Orchard Rd. Hillsboro. Lots of Items and Good Prices

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405 Acreage and Lots

555 Garage Sales/Yard Sales July-6&7 Rummageand-Bake Sale. Fall Creek Church. East Rt. 50. Follow Signs. Most Rummage Items .50¢

Garage Sale 7/5-7/7 9am-5pm. Family Clothing, Toys, Longaberger, Vera Bradley, Bikes, Household, Misc. 2697 Taylorsville Rd.

Premier Solutions 2296534

Interested persons may obtain a full job description and complete an application or mail a resume with salary expectations to:

540 Feed/Grain 1000+ square bales Alfalfa/OrchardGrass/RedClover First cutting $3.50/bale. (740)335-0635.

is hiring Feed Plant Team Members for the Melvin & Urbana feed plants. Applications can be found at: www.premiersolutions.net Please send a completed application for employment to:

235 General

Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. has a position for a Home Visitor a community-based program for low-income families with infants and toddlers and pregnant women. Its mission is to promote healthy prenatal outcomes for pregnant women, to enhance the development of very young children, and to promote healthy family functioning. The primary responsibilities of the Home Vistor are to support pregnant women and parents in promoting the optimal development of their children. Parents receive assistance in obtaining important skills and resources to improve their lives. Home Visitors will serve families throughout Highland County by utilizing developmentally appropriate home-based programs designed to encourage and support the development of children and familes. HCCAO is now seeking applicants who have experience in working with young children. Individuals with an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Education or Social Services preferred. Additional education may be required after hire. Previous experience/ certification in the Parents As Teachers curriculum a plus. Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to: a productive and cooperative working environment; ensuring that all paperwork is completed accurately and within required time frames; promoting health and safety practices; maintaining all files for children and staff; and ensuring that the program meets all Federal, State, Agency, and Program rules and regulations. The applicants must possess or have the ability to obtain promptly a valid State of Ohio Driver’s License, and they must be insurable. They must have the ability to travel when necessary for conferences and meetings. Applicants must possess excellent administrative, organizational, communication skills. Applicants for this position must be able to work well with children, parents, and staff. They must be a team player with a positive attitude. Positions require the ability to stoop, bend and push, as well as lift up to 40 pounds. Positions require a criminal background check as well as passing a physicial. HCCAO offers a fringe benefit package that includes paid holidays, personal leave days, and sick leave.

555 Garage Sales/Yard Sales Fender/Hess Garage Sale. July 6-7. 5621 SR 62 South, Hillsboro. Boys/Adult Clothes, Household, Primatives, Exercise Equip., Longaberger, Toys, Games, Misc.

Premier Solutions / Premier Feeds LLC

235 General

937-393-3456

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535 Farm Supplies/Equipment

235 General

235 General

Times-Gazette

Tractor JD-2240-51HP JD-1010 06-New Holland-TC48DA Belarus-31HP-Loader Disc Finish Mower-5' Bushog-4' Transfer Pump-Large Tank 83-Buick-Regal, LowMiles 79-Corvette-L82 ATV-UTV 2005-Kawasaki-Mule 2007-Polaris-300-ATV 2009-Bushog-4x4-DumpBed Golf Cart-1250 Ph.937-364-2137

555 Garage Sales/Yard Sales Newly assembled, windmill for pond aeration. Becker-Mills $1500. 937-382-8494

Highland County Community Action, Organization, Inc.

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All Display Ads: 2 Days Prior Liners For:

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EOE

SUBSTITUTE BUS DRIVERS WANTED The Greenfield Exempted Village School District is hiring substitute bus drivers. Duties include filling in for regular bus drivers during absences, and transporting students for sporting events and academic field trips. Qualified candidates will have or be willing to obtain a CDL with a School Bus Driver endorsement, complete both FBI and BCII criminal background checks, pass a physical exam, and have a good driving record. If you are currently a substitute bus driver for another school district, you are qualified to sub for Greenfield. Interested persons should complete an application which is available in the District Office; 200 North Fifth St., Greenfield, OH 45123. Please call the school at 937-981-2152 with any questions. Greenfield Exempted Village School District is an EEOC employer. 2293419


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Cedar Brook Farms Breaking all breeds and fixing problem horses. 25yrs experience also boarding. More info call Ed Crothers 937-544-1463.

805 Auto

850 Motorcycles/Mopeds

1988 Honda Accord in good condition, $700. SOLD

2006 Low Rider Harley Davidson. Forward controls, lots of extra chrome, quick disconnect windshield. no after market extras. $9000. 937-987-2248

2003 Cadillac Seville STS, Loaded, Excellent Condition. Take over Payment. Call 937-393-0504 937-661-5219 After 1:00pm

575 Live Stock FOR SALE: ROASTING PIGS AND BUTCHER HOGS. BOOKINGS AND DELIVERY FREE. CALL HATTAN FARMS 937-780-6401

BUYING CARS CALL ME FIRST....DON'T JUNK IT!!! Buying all makes and models. Cash paid running or not. 740-437-6104 or 740-572-2928

Four Tires 275/70 160-ply, Hot tub, Baby Items/Clothes, Twin Bed, Motorcycle Tire, Table/Chairs. 937-442-2098

We Buy: Junk cars, large and small trucks, buses, 8 ton bulldozers, heavy equipment and other heavy scrap iron, etc. Will pickup, also buying converters, aluminum wheels and batteries. Call for prices! (740)998-5892

Time share Gatlinburg Tennessee. Do to health reason. 937-218-1622 After 8pm Monday thru Thursday

153 W. Court St., WCH 740-333-5077 Delivery available 2291845

Weather Roofs Skirting Awnings Electrical Plumbing Winterizing Parts

We Cover All Angles

VE RN O N A N G L E S

BANKS CONSTRUCTION EXCAVATING

Heating Air Conditioning Fireplaces

Phone (937) 393-1163 Fax: (937) 840-9280 6465 Deer Run Rd., P.O. Box 639, Hillsboro, OH 45133 2293263

• DRIVE-THRU RECYCLING •

Bennett Recycling

OH Lic# 24661

YOUR COMPLETE FIREPLACE CENTER Over 30 Units On Display Gas, Wood, Electric, Corn/Pellet, Coal Fireplace Mantels and Accessories VISIT OUR SHOWROOM

1628 St. Rt. 38 NE, W.C.H., OH

I.B.S.M.

Always Reasonable Prices

GET CONNECTED!

Country Connections LLC

740-313-4858 ~ 800-549-6535

www.countryconnections.net

2287970

Insulation & Draft Proofing

• Roofing • Siding • Electrical • Plumbing • Gutters • • Windows • Driveway Sealing • Painting • Garages • • Pole Barns • Gutter Cleaning • Drywall • • Property Management •

416 Wildwood Rd. Washington C.H., OH 43160 740-335-3852-Office

Free estimates 25 Years Experience Licensed & Bonded

2290172

Email: ComfortCompany@aol.com

937-584-4286 937-302-9549

2288779

• WATER HAULING •

Eliminate High Heating Bills!

WHITE’S WATER

Don’t wait any longer! Start saving money on your heating bill when you heat your entire home, water and more with the safe, comfortable heat of a Central Boiler outdoor furnace.

Serving South Central Ohio Since 2000 Professional Service For All Your Water Needs

CLASSIC, E-CLASSIC & MAXIM FURNACES IN STOCK & READY FOR DELIVERY!

POOLS, SPAs, WELLS & CISTERNS

Eagle Outdoor Furnaces Lebanon, Ohio

Visit us at: EagleOutdoorFurnaces.com

2294220

2294689

Replacement Windows Entry & Storm Doors Vinyl Siding

Senior Citizens Discount • Always Low Price & Free Estimates Office 937-365-2040 Cell 740-572-2724 2291165

Permanent Roof System

Original Sears Robuck Home 6205 MCCOPPIN MILL ROAD HILLSBORO, OHIO 45133

2290360

Also Continuous Gutter & Painting •Roofing Asphalt, Fiberglass, Rubber Roofs

2290117

Rocky Fork Lakeview Farm

M E TA L R O O F I N G , T H E LA ST R O O F YO U W I L L E VE R N E E D Also Offering Pole Barns Starting at $9 00 sq. foot

Ratliff Roofing & Vinyl Siding Washington C.H., OH •Power Washing •Mobile Home Cleaning

Sabina, OH •Remodeling •Fill Dirt •All Types of Hauling

SENIOR CITIZENS & CHURCH DISCOUNTS

• METAL ROOFING •

O f f i ce 9 37- 72 8 - 5 6 0 1

Office: 937-584-2369 740-636-0223

Licensed & Bonded

Specializing in Roofing, Siding, Decks, Windows, Pole Barns, Concrete, Electrical Service Changes, Drywall, Metal Roofing, Gravel hauling,

F I NANCI NG AVAI LABLE

• ROOFING & SIDING • Cell: 740-572-0879 740-505-8700

L & S Roofing & Construction

Fully Insured * Licensed * Bonded

White’s Water Hauling

1-740-333-4479

1-513-638-5717

• HOME IMPROVEMENT •

WANTED - Straw To Bail Out Of Fields in any area. 740-495-5771 or 888-920-7791

FREE estimates

• OUTDOOR FURNACES •

• INTERNET •

GAMERS BUSINESS, HOME PHONE SERVICE

HVAC Service & Installation

One Call Does It All

• No Job Too Big • • No Job Too Small • • Specializing in all types of roofing • Siding • Concrete • Windows • Decks • Drywall • Painting • Hardwood • Flooring • Ceramic Tile • Pole Barns • Metal Buildings 2290071

• HVAC SERVICE/INSTALLATION •

BOLEN CONSTRUCTION

Roofing & Construction

(740) 466-1025

740-636-1942 2294349

• CONSTRUCTION •

It’s Better Saving Money

Licensed, Bonded and Insured

Drive-Thru Rec. Facility For all your Recycling needs

(937) 205-6386

• CONSTRUCTION •

# Free Estimates #

950 Delaware Street Washington C.H., Ohio 43160

* BULLDOZER, BOBCAT, TRACKHOE & DUMPTRUCK SERVICES * * SEPTIC SYSTEMS, FOUNDATIONS, DRIVEWAYS * * PONDS, LAND CLEARING, DEMOLITION SERVICES * * POLE BARNS, GARAGES, *

740-333-7048

2287958

595 Hay

Morgan Fencing All types of fence Fence, Decks Free Estimates Located 742 North High Hillsboro. (937)393-8893

JobSourceOhio.com

• Commercial / Residential • Interior / Exterior • Homes, Decks & Barns • Powerwashing • Fully Insured • Free Estimates

• FIREPLACES •

592 Wanted to Buy

670 Miscellaneous

that work .com

Good Clean Used washers, dryers, gas or electric Stoves starting at $99 Frost-free refrigerators Starting at $149 All with worry-free replacement warranties Showplace Furniture Gallery

2296248

Pug Puppies, 5 weeks old, Three Females Left. $200.00 Call John 937-205-8761

600 - Services

classifieds

that work .com

Peke-A-Poo Puppies 7-Weeks Old. Will Be Small. Vet-Checked. Ready for a home. $185Firm. 937-393-4670 937-689-2790

GRILLING SEASON IS HERE!! Local Pork All your favorite cuts Whole or half hogs Fairview Farms Pursell Family 740-636-8202

899 Wanted to Buy

Check out

Boston Terrier Pups Born 5-21-2012. POP 2 females $350/each 3 males $300/each CKC Registered/ 1st shots & wormed 740-606-5685/ 7 4 0 - 3 3 5 - 4 8 2 0 / 740-463-8889 If no answer leave message

593 Good Things to Eat

Don’t delay... call TODAY!

Vic Allen 937.763.3302

Attention Rabbit Hunters: AKC Beagle Puppies. Also 8X10 Dog Kennel. 937-365-1962 or 937-403-6988

Hayslip's Recycling 937-403-3735 or 740-357-6413 171 Mulberry St. Wilmington, OH 45177 Aluminum can $0.65/lb. #1 Copper $2.85/lb #2 Copper $2.70/lb. Batteries $0.15/lb.

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MOBILE HOME SERVICE

583 Pets and Supplies

Hayslip's Recycling 937-403-3735 or 740-357-6413 171 Mulberry St. Wilmington, OH 45177 Aluminum can $0.65/lb. #1 Copper $2.85/lb #2 Copper $2.70/lb. Batteries $0.15/lb.

2005 F250 Ford 4X4, Red, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, PW, PL, New Tires 5th Wheel Ball, Like New! $8,900 937-768-4513

everybody’s talking about what’s in our

too late.

by using

Call Mindy today to place your ad 937-393-3456 or email classifieds@timesgazette.com

Whirlpool Tub, Shower Doors, 5 Piece Surround. $250 OBO. 937-393-4670 or 937-689-2790

585 Produce

never

& PROFESSIONAL

Pine Table 2 Leaves 6 Chairs, needs refinished $50. Entertainment Centers, Treadmill, Wardrobe. 937-927-0107

Sweet corn, green beans, red potatoes & cabbage. McCord's 10223 Rt. 22, Sabina. 9 3 7 - 4 8 1 - 4 6 5 8 / 937-584-4497

It’s

1988 GMC Brigadier Tandem Axle Dump Truck, Aluminum Bed, Pintle Hitch, Excellent Condition! $7,900 937-768-4513

BUSINESS BULLETIN Looking for ANGLES a new home?

Pacesaver scooter, 14 foot tandem trailer, 1969 Watercraft 16 foot boat with trailer. 937-382-3445

Pomeranian Puppies Cute, CKC, 2 Males, 1 Female 4 Weeks Old (937)403-4963 (740)606-6673

2001 Travel Trailer (19ft.), loaded, mech. excel. $6000. (937)289-3224

JUNK CARS, TRUCKS, & VANS TOWED AWAY. CASH PAID. (937)403-4715 or purpletowtruck.com.

577 Miscellaneous 3000 BD ft. Wild Cherry Furniture Lumber. 1&1/8 Thick by Random Lengths and Widths. Stored inside Air Dried 4-years. Albert W. Keim. 9341 SR 138 Hillsboro. Corner 771 & 138

860 Recreation Vehicles

890 Trucks

570 Lawn and Garden 2011 Cub Cadet Sl10X, model 1050, 67 hours, 24HP $1500. 937-725-8556

All signs lead to you finding or selling what you want...

2289757

565 Horses/Tack & Equipment

835 Campers/Motor Homes 1998 Jayco Self Contained camper, 24 ft., sleeps 7-8. $2,750 937-403-7155

Excavating & Lawncare

50% OFF 1ST LAWN SERVICE

Vacation Rental Home Available Year Around Call Stacy at (513) 257-6467

PROPERTY MANAGEMENT

Zornes Services LLC

2291734

560 Home Furnishings Oak Dining Table w/6 chairs, 2 leafs. Excellent condition. 740-222-3049 or 740-335-7916

800 - Transportation

2288843

555 Garage Sales/Yard Sales Yard/Bake Sale; July 6-7, 8-5, 1195 Duffey Rd. Peebles. Thrift store going out of business. Nice clothes and baby items, some half price. Bear Compound Bow and saddle.

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rockyforklakeviewfarm@yahoo.com www.rockyforklakeviewfarm.com

Landscaping & Fertlization • Mowing & Custom Bushhoging Yard Grading & Seeding • Lot Cleaning And Prep, Small Ponds Dumptruck, Bobcat And Trackhoe Services Driveways, Culverts, Water Electric & Drain Lines Comercial & Residential • Fully Insured • Free Estimates

Kim Zornes Nathan Zornes

We Want Your Business

937-402-0608 937-402-1944 2295832


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COMICS & PUZZLES Zits

Blondie

The Wizard of Id

Funky Winkerbean

For Better or Worse

Stone Soup

EUGENIA LAST the Last Word in

ASTROLOGY MONDAY, JULY 2, 2012 CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Lindsay Lohan, 26; Ashley Tisdale, 27; Larry David, 65; Richard Petty, 75. HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Concentrate on the creative, not the obsessive. Assistance is available, but you have to ask for it and contribute your share. Discovering a new philosophy or changing your lifestyle will bring benefits not available to you in the past. Choose your associates based on honesty and integrity. Your numbers are 8, 10, 22, 25, 34, 37, 48. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Network with experienced people to develop some innovative ideas that will translate into moneymaking projects. Different cultures will offer extra inspiration and motivation. Let your imagination run wild. Love is likely to take you by surprise. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Rethink your next move. You may not be given all the information you need regarding changes at home or to one of your investments. Don't be afraid to make a last-minute change if you feel you are being overcharged or taken for granted. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Doing too much will lead to few accomplishments. Assess your situation and the funds you have available to move forward. Excess will end up holding you back. Focus on partnerships and getting the help needed to accomplish your goals. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Don't feel the need to make changes because someone is pressuring you. Coast along, do what you do best and let your innovative intuition guide you. Take on a home-improvement project that will add to your comfort and lower your stress. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Join a group that shares your interest or goal. A geographical change will give you a new perspective on the possibilities that exist. Networking will lead to personal and professional friendships. Success and happiness are within reach. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Don't take chances that might affect your reputation or your position. Not everyone will favor your suggestions or intentions. Don't allow an emotional setback to interfere with your plans. Concentrate on what's important to you and keep moving. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): You'll entice people to follow you. Your outlook and intelligence will open doors and bring about changes in the way people treat you and the offers that are proposed. Consider neighbors and friends as allies, and favors will be granted. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Let your actions speak for you. A last-minute change can lead to a misunderstanding that will be difficult to reverse. Honesty is a must, but so is compassion. Be creative and loving, and you will bypass an uncomfortable situation. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You'll have plenty of chemistry and attract all sorts of attention from people with suggestions and proposals. Take every opportunity you get to market your plans and plant possibilities in the minds of those who can help you advance. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Step up your pace and focus on what you want to accomplish. Don't let an emotional, financial or institutional matter slow you

down or confuse you regarding what you need to accomplish in order to maintain equilibrium and security. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Put greater effort into home and family. You can enhance your relationships with the people who mean the most to you if you are honest about what you really want to do. Love, romance and self-improvement will help you excel.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Embellishing the truth will cause problems with friends, relatives or neighbors. Avoid any procedure or risk that can lead to a mishap. Too much of anything will make you look bad. Gracious and humble gestures will help you avoid trouble. BIRTHDAY BABY: You are adventuresome, intuitive and free-spirited. You are sensitive and willful.

Beetle Bailey The Family Circus速 By Bil Keane

In the Bleachers

Garfield

Hagar the Horrible

Barney Google and Snuffy Smith


Sunday, July 1, 2012 COUNTY SHOPPER

Sandy’s Country Cupboard

GENERAL STORE JR&’S Farm Market

Now and for Generations Morton Buildings constructs quality, dependable buildings that meet the needs of the American farmer. From machine storage buildings to livestock facilities and even farm shops, we work with you to construct a building that fits your lifestyle and budget. Our service goes well beyond planning and erecting your building; Morton buildings are backed by the strongest, non-pass through, non-prorated warranty in the industry - something you won’t find anywhere else. Discover the advantages of working with the leader in post-frame construction.

Crafts - Antiques Primitive Items

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Open: Thurs. Fri. & Sat 10-6

For more information

937-382-8528

4469 St. Rt. 41 Hillsboro, OH

937-588-8003

With Meals: Rolls, Potato Salad, Pop

Wilmington OH

©2012 Morton Buildings, Inc. All rights reserved. Price, construction details and material specifications shown are subject to change without notice. A listing of GC licenses available at mortonbuildings.com/ licenses.aspx. Reference Code 043.

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81’ x 18’ x 210’ Starting at $159,794

4-1/2 miles S of Bainbridge off US 50 on 41 S (watch for signs)

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60’ x 16’4” x 120’ Starting at $49,470

** OPE* JULY N 4 TH

Saturday, July 7, 2012 10 a.m. to ???

800-447-7436 • mortonbuildings.com 42’ x 14’4” x 60’ Starting at $23,545

Handmade, Homemade, One of a Kind Items from WE ARE OPEN!!! My Cupboard to Yours

2294107

Open Pit CHICKEN BBQ

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2289935

Becky’s Country Candles

Dream It. Winter is Coming Design It. Build Dream It. Design It. Build It. It.

Custom Builders Offices • Garages • Retail Space Horse Barns • Mini-Warehouses • Churches

50-75% Off Christmas Items!

COUNTRY LIVING, CITY TECHNOLOGY Country Connections Country Connections, LLC 36 Washington Square Washington Courthouse, OH 43160

Sale Starts Friday, July 6

Becky’s Country Candles (through the month of July)

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HOURS: Friday & Saturday 1-6 P.M. or call for an appointment

740-335-5680

Phone 1-800-549-6536 Phone: 740-313-4858 E-mail:larry@countryconnections.net Website: www.countryconnections.net

Visit us on Sundays for our

6685 Boyd Rd., Washington C.H., OH 43160

Homestyle

Old 35 toward Chillicothe & turn right on Boyd Rd. Last house on left.

2295500

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www.beckyscountrycandles.com

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FRESH MADE REUBEN SANDWICHES

Baked Fresh - On the Farm Savor the taste of “made from scratch” Open Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Saturday 8a.m. - 5 p.m. • Closed Sundays 4918 St. Rt. 41-S, Bainbridge, OH

Did you take some spectacular, scenic or even silly photos while on vacation this summer? We want to share them with our readers! Our Ohio travel magazine “TRIP” will be featuring some of the best local vacation photos from Highland County and southern Ohio. Email us your favorite vacation snapshots from this summer, and please include your name, where you live, a way to contact you and a description of the photo or photos. Send your photos to: gbrock@recordherald.com and please put “vacation photos” in the subject line. The deadline to submit photos is Friday, August 17.

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JR’S GENERAL STORE & FARM MARKET

4-1/2 mi. S. of Bainbridge off U.S. 50 on 41 S. (Watch for signs)

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July 2nd to July 7th

• Fresh Produce • Meat & Cheese • Discount Groceries • Souvenirs • Crafts • Gifts • Candles • Vitamins & Herbs • Books • Toys • Seasonal Items NEW SUMMER HOURS Daily 8-6 Saturdays 8-5 Open July 4th Closed Sundays

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(740)335-1468 • 203 Glenn Ave. Washington CH www.thewillowrestaurant.com 2290168 • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One •

Eagle One Auto Sales US 62, Samantha, OH (937) 393-8553

Get Great MPG and Hot Deals 2006 DODGE CHARGER RT OWNERS CAR . . . . $16,900 2009 FORD FUSION SEL LOADED . . . . . . . . . . . $16,900 2007 JEEP WRANGLER UNLIMITED X 4X4 . . . . .$15,700 2009 CHEVY MALIBU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $14,900 2006 CHRY 300 TOURING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$13,900 2010 DODGE AVENGER SXT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $12,900 2010 FORD TARAUS SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15,900 2008 BMW 550I BLACK SUNROOF A1 CONDITION . .$29,995 2009 NISSAN ALTIMA 2.5 SL LOADED . . . . . . . .$13,900 2006 SUBARU OUTBACK AWD . . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,500 2007 DODGE NITRO 4X4 ORANGE . . . . . . . . . .$12,900 2004 CHEV COLORADO LS EXT CAB RED . . . . . . .$9,495 2006 CHEV HHR LS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$8,995 2007 FORD FUSION SE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $9,995 2005 VW PASSAT GLS 4 DR LOADED . . . . . . . . .$9,995 2006 CHEV COLORADO CREW CAB 4X4 LOADED . .$13,900 2006 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,995 2004 JEEP WRANGLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$10,900 2007 KIA SPECTRA EX 4 DR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,495 2005 CHEV MALIBU 4 DR V6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$7,995 2004 CHEV COLORADO LS EXT CAB . . . . . . . . . .$6,495 2003 CHEVY MALIBU . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,495 2000 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS 5 SPD. . . . . . . . . .$4,995 2006 MAZDA 6 SPEED SERIES LOADED . . . . . . .$12,900 2001 SUZUKI GRAND VITARA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5,495 1991 MITSUBISHI 3000 GT RED . . . . . . . . . . . . .$6,995 2001 PLY NEON 4 DR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,995 2002 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX GT 4 DR . . . . . . . . .$3,995 2002 CHRY PT CRUISER LIMITED . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,995 2004 SUZUKI VERONA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4,995 2008 HYUNDAI ACCENT LOW MILES . . . . . . . . .$10,500 2006 JEEP COMMANDER LIMITED HEMI POWERED . .$15,900 HOURS: OPEN 9 A.M. TILL 8:00 P.M. 2295899 • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One •

Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One

Now featuring

From 11–3 on Sundays only at :

Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One • Eagle One

Hand Tossed Hot Pretzels Daily

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Featuring: fried chicken homemade noodles additional meat choices vegetables sides salad bar desserts


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THE 2012 FAY E T T E C O U N T Y FA I R J U LY 1 5 - 2 1

Look to us for all the resources you need to fulfill your career goals. Whether yo u’re o ut of wo rk o r lo oki ng to advance or change jobs altogether, our job board will steer you in the right direction.

Don’t take a wrong turn

$8 GATE ADMISSION INCLUDES RIDES, GRANDSTAND ATTRACTIONS AND ENTERTAINMENT ON THE GROUNDS!

JobSourceOhio.com

WE OFFER PRE-SALE PASS OPTIONS TO SAVE WITH: PRE-SALE 1-DAY PASS

WEEKLY PASS

$

$

6.00 RIDES NOT INCLUDED!

MEGA WEEKLY PASS

MEMBERSHIP PASS

35.00 $45.00 $45.00 RIDES NOT INCLUDED!

RIDES NOT INCLUDED!

RIDES INCLUDED

Includes Daily Admission all

Includes Daily Admission all

7 days. One pass per person.

7 days. One pass per person.

Includes Daily Admission to fair, Ag Society Membership and voting privileges.

Just a few of the new things to see at the fair!

HEALTH FAIRS FOR HEAD START Highland County Community Action Organization Head Start will be having Health and Dental Health Fairs throughout the summer for head start children ages 3-5 years of age. The following is a list of dates, times and locations: Health Fair (Physical and Dental Exams) on July 12th from 8 am to Noon at the Greenfield Head Start Center, 150 Jefferson Street, Greenfield, Ohio.

On Display & Performing

Saturday, July 21st During the Truck Pull

Health Fair (Physical and Dental Exams) on August 10th from 10 am until 2 pm, at the Hillsboro Head Start Center, 1487 N. High Street, Hillsboro, Ohio.

Sponsored by OK Tire Service

Health Fair (Physical and Dental Exams) on August 22nd from 10 am until Noon, at the Hillsboro Head Start Center, 1487 N. High Street, Hillsboro, Ohio.

Live Performance by the Top 10

FRIDAY, JULY 20

Appointments are necessary for all of the Health Fairs, Please call Debbie Burgess, Health Service Manager, at 937-393-3458 Ext. 135 to get your appointment.

5 TO 7 P.M. Finale is at The Ohio State Fair on July 28th. Sponsored by Lite 97.5 FM WVNU

Barney Fife Impersonator Sunday, Monday & Tuesday

Call soon because appointments are filling fast.

We are also taking applications for the 2012-2013 School Year now. Make sure you get your child’s application turned in as soon as possible.

Scott is a "dead ringer" of Barney Fife, the bumbling deputy of Mayberry. He looks, walks, talks, and acts as only Barney can, and always reminds people to "nip it in the bud." Scott is a well-established theater actor with experience in radio, television commercials, promotions, and music videos.

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At the Sound Stage MONDAY: TUESDAY: WEDNESDAY: THURSDAY: FRIDAY: SATURDAY:

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p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. p.m.

We Offer: In center hemodialysis Peritoneal dialysis Self Care dialysis WE Provide Free Kidney Smart Classes to the community. For information on times, location and to register for one,

Call (937) 435 -4030

For information contact Fair Office at 740-335-5856 www.fayettecofairoh.com Follow us on Facebook@Fayette Fair

3 Locations to Serve You Better

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Willow Dialysis

1675 Alex Drive Wilmington, Ohio 45177

(937) 383-3338

Highland County Dialysis

120 Roberts Lane, Suite 4 Hillsboro, Ohio 45133

(937) 393-3852 NEW LOCATION

Hillsboro Regional Dialysis

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1487 N High St Unit 1A North High Business Center Hillsboro, Ohio 45133

(937)393-9020

We are here to serve the dialysis community. For more information about DaVita, its kidney education and its community programs, please visit www.davita.com.

Kidneysmart.org

DaVita.com

Highland County Community Action announces the 2012 Summer Home Energy Assistance Program Starting June 1, 2012 ending August 31, 2012.

July 6 & 7 7PM

This year’s program can provide, for eligible households, up to $250 of assistance on an electric bill or a room air conditioner unit. To be eligible for the electrical assistance there must be a household member age 60 or older, a household member who has a medical condition, supported by documentation from a doctor, who would benefit from air conditioning or requires electric service, or has a disconnect notice for the utility. To qualify for an air conditioner the household may not currently have air conditioning and a member of the household, regardless of age, would have to have a medical condition, supported by documentation from a doctor, who would benefit from air conditioning. To qualify for either benefit the total household income must be at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty guidelines.

Super Farm Tractors Two Wheel Drive Trucks Light Super Stock Tractors Modified Tractors

Georgetown, OH

For more information or to set up an appointment please call Highland County Community Action at 937-393-3458

www.LittleStateFair.com

Size of Family Unit

Federal Poverty Guidelines 200%

Follow us on For More Information: (937)378-3558

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22,340.00 30,260.00 38,180.00 46,100.00 54,020.00 61,940.00 69,860.00 77,780.00 For family members with more than eight (8) members, add the amount below for each member 7,920.00


Sunday, July 1, 2012 COUNTY SHOPPER

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When your job prospects are buried... We have postings for positions in many areas including Automotive, Clerical, Retail, Service and Manufacturing. Take advantage of our website and uncover a multitude of opportunities.

The Times-Gazette’s Annual

SUMMER FUN FAMILY REUNION PAGE For just $5.00 you can put a picture with a caption showing off your Summer Family Reunion.

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PURCHASE or REFINANCE NO PAYMENTS for 60 Days!!! NO FEES TO TRANSFER!

Check out these first class rates.* 2.99% (Model years 2008 - 2012) 3.99% (Model years 2002 - 2007)

*Based on credit approval. Promotion applies to vehicles currently financed with another financial institution. $10,000 minimum transfer. See credit union for details.

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GREENFIELD OFFICE 1195 North Fifth St. Greenfield, OH 937-981-1946

CALDWELL OFFICE 310 Caldwell St. Chillicothe, OH 740-775-3331

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your NEW or USE VEHICLES at Homeland Credit Union

FINANCING ON MOST VEHICLES

THE ALL NEW UP TO $1,000 DOWN PMT. MATCH ON SOME 2013 DODGE DART

GREAT DEALS ON ALL NEW 2012’S Hurry! Sale ends 7/14/12

2012 Chrysler 200

10

2012 Dodge Caliber

In Stock!

$

MSRP Doug Marine Discount Rebate Tent Event $ Price

22,220 - 500 - 3,000

Stk #C12253

18,720*

NOW IN STOCK! SEE IT TODAY!

MSRP Doug Marine Discount Rebate Tent Event $ Price

$

19,840 - 300 - 1,000

Stk #D12163

18,540*

PLUS UP TO $1,000 DOWN PAYMENT MATCH

10

2012 Jeep Compass

In Stock!

2012 Dodge Ram 1500 Quad Cab 4x4

Stk #J12195

MSRP Doug Marine Discount Rebate Tent Event $ Price

$

23,095 - 500 - 1,000

MSRP Doug Marine Discount Rebate Tent Event $ Price

21,595*

32,645 - 2,000 - 2,500

Stk #R12232

28,145*

*Prices exclude tax and title.

D OUG M ARINE M OTORS SALES: 9-8 Mon., 9-7 Tues., Wed., Thurs., 9-6 Fri., 9-4 Sat. • SERVICE & PARTS: 8-8 Mon., 8-5 Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Fri.

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$

1120 Clinton Ave. Washington C.H.

(740) 335-3700 (937) 584-2889 1-800-928-2872 2291696

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2012 FUSION SE

0% + APR Financing 60 Months

$

1,759** *** CASH BACK

36 MPG HWY

2012 FOCUS SE 4-Door

1.9% +

$

1,009***

APR Financing 36 Months

CASH BACK

40 MPG HWY

2013 TAURUS

$1,750**** CASH BACK

29 MPG HWY

2013 MUSTANG V6

$500***** CASH BACK

*Must finance through Ford Credit. Not all customers will be approved for 0% financing. **12108 Ford Credit Retail Bonus Customer Cash. ***12146 Anniversary Ford Credit Retail Bonus Customer Cash. ****12106 Retail Customer Cash. *****12106 Retail Customer Cash.

LL HALLID O R AY R A C Serving Fayette & Surrounding Counties Since 1932 www.chford.com 2292668

1700 Columbus Ave. 800-358-3673


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2008 Ford Ranger

13423

$

$

P4674

8,480

Doug Krieger

229

$

$10,980 $1500

82

$

164

$

9,480

23429

$

15,480

215

REDUCED! $18,980 $1500

268

12

$

17,480

176

95

P4612A. 77k miles. $

204

$

75 mo.

355

37

02

P4663. AWD, leather, moonroof.

13,480

75 mo.

28575

$

7,480

23,480

$

$

29483

$

$20,380 $1500

New Tires!

243

30

$13,980 $1500

12,480

$

P4595A. Signature, limited.

264

219

464

89

tis the SEASON!

P4650.

12,480

$

$47,975 $1500

219

$18,980 $1500

P4668. 15k miles. Sunroof.

17,480

$

$15,980 $1500

16

14,480

$

2012 Nissan Altima

$20,980 $1500

75 mo.

$

294

83

19,480

$

P4653. 14k miles.

2005 Jeep Wrangler Impala LT

$15,980 $1500

60 mo.

$

46,475

75 mo.

26456

14,480

12090A. Local 1-owner, 23k miles.

28229

$

14,480

12200A. Auto., air, 6-cyl. 64k miles.

2012 Kia Forte EX $

$

P4667. 51k miles, 1-owner.

75 mo.

$

P4606. 13k miles, like new!

30,480

$

03

2010 Ford Focus SE

2011 Ford Cynara Motor Home

$5,975 $1500

$31,980 $1500

$

11029B. Loaded, local trade-in.

2012 Ford Edge Limited 75 mo.

17,480

$13,980 $1500

97

P446. New tires Drives great!

$

$

36 mo.

$

4,475

$

235

27,480

$18,980 $1500

56

$16,980 $1500

72 mo.

$

2007 Jeep Liberty Limited

1979 Chevy C-30 Dump

2005 Lincoln Town Car 60 mo.

19,480

$

5,480

2008 Buick LaCrosse CXL

P4625. Only 17k miles.

P4522.

$

91

75 mo.

$

15,480

$20,980 $1500

$

2012 Ford Focus SEL

$16,980 $1500

$

74

P4664. 92k miles, auto., air cond.

12176A. 8,200 miles.

P4665. 18k miles.

P4636. Clean, factory warranty.

$

13,480

75 mo.

18,880

$

415

$

2011 Chevy Cruze LT

2011 Dodge Nitro

$8,980 $1500

$24,980 $1500

23434

P4593.

2010 Merc. Mariner Primer $

$

12,480

$14,980 $1500

75 mo.

2004 Buick Rendezvous 48 mo.

$

167

$28,980 $1500

75 mo.

$

75 mo.

2010 Ford Fusion SE

P4661. Only 17k miles.

$

$13,980 $1500

90

$6,980 $1500

36 mo.

$

Curt Carey

2011 Chevrolet Malibu LT

12148A. Local 1-owner. 59k miles.

2010 Mercury Milan $

217

10

2001 Chevrolet S-10

2012 Ford Explorer

P4658. 56k miles, sharp!

9,480

$

66 mo.

$

P4610.

75 mo.

$

2007 Mercury Mariner

$16,980 $1500

$

00

Sean McKittrick

$14,980 $1500

72 mo.

P4666. 63k miles.

2011 Chevrolet Impala LT

75 mo.

Daryl Saunders

2008 Ford Fusion SEL

$10,980 $1500

66 mo.

P4655. 77k miles.

2 to choose from

Charlie McCoy

2007 Chevrolet Cobalt

2002 Jaguar X-Type 3.0 48mo.

1700 Columbus Ave. 800-358-3673

Serving Fayette & Surrounding Counties Since 1932 www.chford.com

$9,980 $1500

72 mo.

OLL HALLID R A AR

Y

C

Celebrating 80 Years of Service

2007 GMC Sierra

$14,980 $1500

66 mo.

$

244

20

P4634. 69k miles.

13,480

$

REDUCED! 2011 Ford Focus SE 75 mo.

$

219

16

$15,975 $1500

11027. Factory warranty.

14,480

$

2012 Ford Mustang 75 mo.

385

$

67

P4657.

$26,980 $1500

25,480

$

1995 Honda Civic ..................................................... $1980

$29,980 $1500

75 mo.

$

431

05

28,480 12196A. 4x4, 14k miles, local 1-owner. $

75 mo.

$

39927

1990 Mercury Gr. Marquis ....................................... $2980

CASH SPECIALS

1997 Ford F-150 Pickup ........................................... $2980

No minimum trade apply

1999 Dodge Caravan ............................................... $1980

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2011 Ford Flex Limited

2010 Ford F-150 Crew Cab

$

$27,880 $1500

26,380

P4597.

2005 Ford F-150 S.C. 4x4 60 mo.

$

28229

$15,980 $1500

P4629. 92k miles, auto., air cond.

14,480

$

2002 Ford E-150 7 pass.............................................$5890 2002 Chrysler Sebring ............................................. $5980 2000 Dodge Durango 4x4 ........................................$6975 2000 GMC 4x4 ...........................................................$6980

1997 Chevy Lumina ...................................................$2980

1985 Ford Bronco .................................................... $3980

2004 Ford Mustang................................................... $6980

1994 Chevy Super Cab ............................................ $3980

1996 GMC 1500 4x4 .................................................$3980

2002 Ford F-150.........................................................$6980

2002 Hyundai Sante Fe............................................. $3980

1990 Lincoln Town Car............................................. $4980

2001 Dodge Durango .............................................. $7980

1994 GMC ................................................................ $3980

1995 Ford F-150 4x4 ............................................... $5975

2002 Dodge Durango ................................................$8980

All vehicles are for illustration purposes only. FOR ALL USED VEHICLES. Payments based on Trade-In $1500 minimum trade-in or cash down as shown, all trade-ins must be driven to dealership, plus tax & title down. With Approved Credit & 740+ beacon. Effective October 25, 2011 – 2012-2010 24-75 mos. @ 4.04, 2009-2008 24-72 mos. @ 4.34, 2007-2006 24-66 mos. @ 4.79,2005-2003 24-60 mos. @ 6.24 • Rates & terms subject to change based on Beacon Score.


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JUST ANNOUNCED! JUNE 25-JULY 9 ONLY per month •36 month lease

Lease a new 2012

CAMRY SE

•$2499 due at lease signing

4-door sedan model #2546

-OR-

CAMRY

1

ANY NEW 2012

APR FINANCING FOR

Excludes Hybrid models.

• 60 monthly payments of $17.48 per $1,000 borrowed.

35 MPG HWY 2

60 MONTHS -or- MORE SPECIAL LEASE OFFERS 34 COROLLA LE 27 RAV4 4X4 25 SIENNA LE MPG HWY 2

Lease a new 2012

3

Lease a new 2012

Lease a new 2012

4-door sedan model #1838

MPG HWY 2

4-door SUV model #4432

MPG HWY 2

8-passenger minivan model #5338

159 239 319

$

per month

$

4

•36 month lease •$2899 due at lease signing

per month

•36 month lease •$1999 due at lease signing -OR-

$

5

per month

6

•36 month lease •$3499 due at lease signing 7

LIMITED TERM APR FINANCING

DIFFERENT TOYOTA MODELS!

ON GOOD ON ANY NEW 2012

COROLLA • RAV4 • SIENNA • VENZA AVALON • HIGHLANDER GAS • TUNDRA

PLUS $500 TFS BONUS/SUBVENTION CASH ON VENZA AND $1000 TFS BONUS/SUBVENTION CASH ON TUNDRA** -OR-

BIG CASH BACK!

**Bonus/Subvention Cash thru Toyota Financial Services only.

Highlander Gas $1000 Sienna $1000 Corolla $750 Tacoma $500

$1000 ASK ABOUT OUR

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ANY NEW 2012

Tundra CrewMax $2500 Tundra Reg & Dbl Cabs $2250 RAV4 $1000 Avalon $1000

8

10

11

MILITARY AND COLLEGE GRAD REBATE PROGRAMS!

G US WEI USW EI L ER TO Y OTA THAT’S OVER & ABOVE ALL OTHER INCENTIVES!

SEE YOUR LOCAL TOYOTA DEALER TODAY!

333 Court St. • Washington Court House • 1-800-450-3863 • GusweilerToyota.com

1. New 2012 Camry SE Model 2546. Lease end purchase option $14,264.* 2. Corolla with automatic transmission, Camry 4-cyl., RAV4 4-cyl. and Sienna V6 FWD. Actual mileage will vary. 3. Subject to approved credit through Toyota Financial Services Tier I+ & I only on new 2012 Camry (excludes hybrid) between 6/25/12 and 7/9/12. See dealer for terms and conditions. 4. New 2012 Corolla LE

Model 1838. Lease end purchase option $10,746.* 5. New 2012 RAV4 4x4 Model 4432. Lease end purchase option $15,827.* 6. New 2012 Sienna LE. Lease end purchase option $16,929.* 7. Subject to approved credit through Toyota Financial Services Tier I+, I, II & III only. See dealer for terms and conditions. 8. Toyota Financial Services $500 Bonus/Subvention cash only available on new 2012

Venza and $1,000 Bonus/Subvention cash only available on new 2012 Tundra. May be combined with Toyota Financial Services special reduced APR and Lease offers, but cannot be combined with

Toyota customer cash: ($2,500 on new 2012 Tundra CrewMax & $2,250 on new 2012 Tundra Regular & Double Cabs). Must take retail delivery from new 2012 dealer stock between 6/5/12 and 7/9/12. 9. Customer cash directly from Toyota Motor Sales, U.S.A., Inc. Dealer participation may affect consumer cost. 10. Covers normal factory scheduled service for 2 years or 25K miles, whichever comes

first. The new vehicle cannot be part of a rental or commercial fleet. See participating dealer for complete plan details. Valid only in the continental United States and Alaska. 11. Toyota Military Rebate

Program & Toyota College Rebate Program are not compatible and cannot be combined. Visit buyatoyota.com for complete details. * NO SECURITY DEPOSIT subject to approved credit through Toyota

Financial Services – Tier I PLUS customers ONLY. Excludes state and local taxes, tags, registration and title, and insurance. Ohio sales tax due at lease inception. License and applicable fees are extra. Lessee may be charged for excessive wear based on Toyota Financial Services standards for normal use and for mileage in excess of 36,000 miles at the rate of $0.15 per mile. A $350 Disposition Fee

is due at lease termination. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10: Must take retail delivery from new 2012 dealer stock between 6/5/12 and 7/9/12 except Camry offers (noted in 3 & 4 above) must take retail deliv-

ery from new 2012 dealer stock between 6/25/12 and 7/9/12. APR, Customer Cash & Lease offers may not be combined. See participating dealer for complete details. Individual dealer prices may vary. Offers may vary by region. VEHICLE IMAGES USED FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSES ONLY. Expiration for this ad is 7/9/12.

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For over 30 Toyota offers

buyatoyota.com


Sunday, July 1, 2012 COUNTY SHOPPER

TOWN & COUNTRY

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SALE DATES: JUNE 30TH THRU JULY 6TH $

47.99

New Skechers Mens Shoe 50988/CCBK reg. $60.00

63.99

$

New Skechers Mens Shoe 63326/BRN reg. $80.00

$

68.99

ALL LAYAWAYS

New Skechers Mens Shoe 4442/BLK reg. $90.00

10% DOWN Guns, Clothing, Shoes & More

Saturday, July 7

th

WE

MANY IN-STORE SPECIAL Will be serving HOTDOGS & DRINKS from 11-2

BUY & SALE

$

49.99

New Skechers Mens Shoe reg. $60.00

TRADE GUNS

$

49.99

New Skechers Mens Shoe 51182/CCNV reg. $60.00 Select Southpole Clothing for Men

00 - $

12.

00

15.

51.99

$

43.99

$

More Ladies Shorts Marked Down to

Womens Western Shirts Long Sleeve/Short Sleeve

New Skechers Mens Sandals 50492/CHBK reg. $55.00

10.00

$

Buy 1 at sale price, get 2nd 1/2 off regular price (excludes 1/2 off shirts) Wrangler, Cruel Girls, Roper & more

$

43.99

New Skechers Mens Sandals 50492/BRTN reg. $55.00

Wrangler Mens Cowboy Cut Jeans

Boys & Girls Western Shirts

20% OFF

$

29.99

reg. price

Troy-Bilt Tine Tiller, 208cc, OHV Engine reg. $719.00

$

00

659.

Kids Wrangler Jeans starting at

$

99

16.

Clarks Mens & Womens Sandals

40% OFF reg. price

Mens Short Sleeve Western Shirts Troy-Bilt Bronco, Rear-Tine Tiller, 208cc reg. $619.00

559.

$

00

Poulan Pro, Front Tine Tiller reg. $429.99

$

99

399.

Buy 1 at sale price, get 2nd 1/2 off regular price (excludes 1/2 off shirts) Wrangler, Roper, Cowboy Equipment & more

New Shipment of Ariat Boots for Men & Women

Mens Roper, Wrangler, George Straight Long Sleeve Western Shirts Buy 1 at sale price, get 2nd 1/2 off regular price (excludes 1/2 off shirts)

New Shipment of Smoke Mountain Boots for Kids

Now at two locations to serve you better! Hillsboro 937-393-2020 West Union 937-544-2913 (formerly Adams Co. Dept. Store)

South on 62 Turn right on Dunlap Road, Hillsboro 937-393-2055 • Sporting Goods 937-393-2020

HOURS: MON-SAT 9-9 SUNDAY 10-6

2295687

$

Ladies Cello Jeans starting at


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! ! ! h t 7 Y L U J HURRY! SALE ENDS Stock # Year Make & Model

Color

U1790

1996 Ford Explorer 4WD

Maroon

U1836

1995 Chevrolet S-10

Teal

V6, AUTO

U1787

2000 Toyota Solara SE

Green

V6, AUTO, AIR

U1616

2005 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

White

U1785

1999 Chrysler 300M

White

U1797

2003 Buick Century

U1815

Comments

Miles

Price

148,186

$2,499....... $1,777

106,973

$3,999....... $3,666

Sale Price

$4,999....... $4,555 175,339

$5,999....... $4,999

LEATHER

121,648

$5,999....... $4,888

Silver

1-OWNER

97,127

$5,999....... $5,555

2001 Chevrolet Tracker LT 4WD

White

LEATHER, V6

161,202

$5,999....... $4,555

U1835

2002 Chevrolet Cavalier

Silver

1-OWNER

96,162

$5,999....... $5,555

U1811

2002 Mercury Grand Marquis

Gold

1-OWNER

108,780

$6,999....... $6,555

U1801

2002 Ford Explorer XLT 4WD

Blue

V8

96,976

$7,999....... $6,999

U1808

2003 Dodge Durango R/T Pkg.

Silver

104,397

$7,999....... $7,111

U1827

2004 Buick Rendezvous AWD

Maroon

91,140

$9,999....... $8,888

U1612

1995 Ford F350 Dump/Snowplow White

7.3 DIESEL

45,165

$10,999..... $6,666

U1761

2008 Chevrolet Cobalt LT

Silver

LOADED

89,381

$10,999..... $9,999

U1805

2003 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS

Black

88,376

$10,999..... $10,222

U1823

2007 Chevrolet HHR

Orange

LEATHER, SUNROOF

89,399

$10,999..... $9,999

U1765

2007 Chevrolet HHR

Teal

1-OWNER, SUNROOF

83,899

$11,999..... $10,777

U1784

2006 Mercury Grand Marquis

Tan

1-OWNER, REMOTE START

75,597

$11,999..... $9,999

U1792

2006 Chevrolet Impala LT

White

1-OWNER

63,043

$11,999..... $9,999

U1822

2009 Chevrolet Aveo LT

Blue

AUTO, POWER WIN & LOCKS

37,125

$11,999..... $11,888

U1745

2009 Chevrolet Malibu LT SOLD Dk Blue

1-OWNER

89,035

$12,999..... $11,111

U1777

2005 Buick Rendezvous

Cappacino

84,105

$12,999..... $10,777

U1789

2006 Ford Fusion

Black

V6

84,064

$12,999..... $10,777

U1828

2007 Toyota Camry LE

Silver

1-OWNER, 4 CYL

79,387

$12,999..... $12,222

U1760

2008 GMC Canyon

Red

1-OWNER, 4 CYL, AUTO, AIR

27,070

$13,995..... $12,555

U1776

2008 Saturn Aura XR

Red

SUNROOF, LEATHER, V6

83,857

$13,999..... $12,222

U1590

2011 Chevrolet Aveo 2LT

White

SUNROOF,LOADED,RENTAL CAR 15,868

$14,999..... $13,777

Black

1-OWNER, V6

35,841

$14,999..... $13,888

Gray

1-OWNER, SUNROOF

47,722

$14,999..... $13,555

C-U1770 2009 Pontiac G6

SOLD

U1798

2006 Pontiac Torrent

U1804

2011 Chevrolet Aveo

Maroon

1-OWNER, LEATHER

10,673

$15,599..... $14,777

U1803

2009 Chevrolet Malibu

Silver

1-OWNER

16,345

$15,999..... $14,555

U1742

2002 Chevrolet K3500 Dump

White

PLOW

44,569

$16,999..... $16,555

C-U1728 2011 Chevrolet Impala LT SOLD Black

20,837

$18,999..... $15,999

C-U1782 2011 Chevrolet Malibu LT

White

29,402

$18,999..... $16,999

U1259

2010 Chevrolet Express 1500

White

70,000

$19,995..... $15,625

U1831

2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT

White

34,680

$19,999..... $18,888

46,469

$21,999..... $20,555

32,150

$23,999..... $22,222

C-U1820 2009 Chevrolet C1500 Ext. Cab LT Red

V6, AUTO, AIR 1-OWNER

C-U1830 2011 Buick Lucerne CXL

Black

U1779

Black

5.3, LT, Z-71

11,972

$29,999..... $27,777

Silver

1-OWNER, LEATHER

49,481

$31,999..... $30,555

2011 Chevrolet K1500 Ext. Cab

C-U1795 2010 Buick Enclave CXL

* All prior sales final.

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INC.

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Serving Highland County for more than 41 years

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