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THE NEWS-HERALD, H1LLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
FOR THOSE WHO
WISH TO TEACH
Questions For Applicants For
EXAMINATION HELD NOV. I
Prepared by the State School Com
mltsioner to Test the Mental Qual
ification of Those Who Seek Posi
tions as Teachers In the Publlo
Following Is the list of question
as prepared under direction of the
state commissioner of public schools,
and submitted at the county oxam
ligation for teachers Nov. 2, for ele
mentary school certificates:
1. Whom do you regard as the most j
distinguished of the Ohio authors?
Name several others. Quote from one
of these. t I
2. Complete the following quotations
nd give author: I
(aY "Truth forever on the scaffold"
(b) "And neither the angels in '
heaven above," x I
(c) "Heaven is not reached at a i
single bound," j
(d) "He who from zone to zone
glides through the boundless air their
certain flight," J
(e) "Build thee more stately man-
sions, O my Soul," - j
3. Name a humorous poem, a pat
riotic poem, a lyrical poem, a pastoral
poem, a didactic poem. Give the author
of each. I
4. Name three American writers that
have distinguished themselves as stu
dents and writers of Nature subjects.
Name one production of each.
5. What and where was Brook Farm;
Sunnyside; Walden; Craigie House?
6. What is poetry? Make a list of
ten of what you regard as among the
greatest American poems.
7. Who was Murat Halstead; Walt
Whitman; Sidney Lanier? I
8. Who wrote "O Captain my Cap
tain," "The Crisis," "To a Waterfowl"?
UNITED STATES HISTORY, !
(Including Civil Government.) '
1. Show that you understand who
the Pilgrims and Puritans were, and
write a brief description of their settle
ment in Massachusetts.
2. Who was LaSalle? What were
his aims? What did he accomplish?
3. What was the Conway Cabal?
What was the result of the Cabal?
4. What is a protective tariff? What
is a tariff for revenue? Why do the
Southern people favor free trade?
5. What were the causes of the finan
cial panic of 1837?
6. If the electoral college should fail
to choose the Pres:dent, how would the
President be chosen?
7. When and how often docs Con
gress meet? When does Congress
hold its short session? '
8. Why was so much paper currency
issued during the Civil War? Upon
what did the va,lue of the greenbacks
depend? What is meant by resumption
ot specie payment r
1. What is the cause of tuberculosis
or consumption? Is it possible to cure
this disease? How?
2. How do bacteria enter the body?
What is inoculation? ,
3. Describe in some detail the mech
anism of vision. How is the image
formed on the retina?
4. What is the sympathetic nervous
ystem? State briefly how the sympa
thetic nervous system acts.
5. What are the causes of head
aches? What causes people to faint?
What is the best treatment for hys
terics? 6. Describe ligaments and explain
their uses. What are sutures? i
7. Name and describe the chambers
or cavities of the heart. What are
8. What is meant by the coagulation
of the blood? Describe the serum of
1. What will it cost to plaster the
walls and reiling of a room 36 ft. 9 in.
long, 27 ft. 6 in. wide and 10 ft. 6 in.
high, at 21 cents per sq. yd., if 28 sq. yd.
be allowed for doors and windows?
2. A jeweler sold 10 oz. 5 pwt. 8 gr.
of plated ware at the rate of $2.40 per
lb. How much did he receive?
3. If 4 men, working 8 hours a day,
can reap a field of grain of 20 acres in
8 days, in how many days can 9 men,
working 10 hours a day, reap a field
containing 35 acres.
4. 25 of A's money is equal to 30
of B's money, and 40 of B's money
equals 32 of C's money. How much
money has each, if 35 of C's money
is $252? I
5. B collected (0 of a debt. His
charges were $9.60. What was the
whole debt, if he charged 1J4 for
6. I owe $191.08, due in 1 yr, 6 mo.
18 days. I am allowed true discount at
8, Find the sum that will pay the
7. A dividend at 2M was $210.
What is the market value of the stock
at a premium of 22.
8. How many perch 6f stone are con
tained in a wall 4Q' 8" long 1' 10 thick
7 6" high?
The examination in reading is oral.
The examiner wilr conduct the examin
ation, following any plan desired. Ap
plicants for four-year elementary pro
visional certificates shall have their
grades in reading sent by the examiner
to the State Commissioner of Common
THEORY AND PRACTICE.
Based in part on Graves' "Great Educa
cators of Three Centuries."
1. Write britfiy of the life and work
2. Who was the founder of the Kin
dergarten School? What is your opin
ion ef the value of kindergarten work?
J. What art the principal methods of
teaching Reading that are used in the
schools of Ohio at this time?
4. Explain your method of tcachin;
the multiplication tables. (Be clear in
5. State briefly the privileges tl'ti
Boxwell-Patterson gracku'es have ii
attending high school. (This answc
should be definite.)
6. Point out the facts you we'd
teach in the study of Ohio Geography
7. Choose some lecture to which yo-i
have listened at Institutes c- other i
teachers' meetings, and reproduce some .
of the most important statements th.V '
appealed to you.
SchooY?'aDo1Syou tMnkrmthat TeaS
should have definite methods of teach- -
inc the different branches of s'udy?
Answer in full.
(Copy the following quotation as a
snecimen of your pcnmitnsh'p.)
"The UJes of Greece I the isles of
Where burning Sappho loved and
Where grew the arts, of war and
Where Dclos rose, and Phoebus
Eternal summer, gilds them yet,
But all, except their sun, is set."
1. Write sentences to illustrate each
of the following conditions. An in
finitive as a noun:
(a) subject of a sentence
(b) the attribute of a finite verb;
(c) the object of a verb;
(d) the object of a preposition.
2. Write the plurals of the following
nouns: foot. Miss Atkins, handful,
son-in-law, and ox.
3. What is an expletive? An idiom?
Illustrate each by an example.
4. What is a restrictive clause? A
non-restrictive clause. Write an illus
tration of each clause.
5. Analyze the following sentence:
"He is as good as he is great."
6. Give the different classes of pro
nouns. What is a reflexive pronoun?
n adjective pronoun? An imper
ff Show that a transitive verb may
become intransitive, and the reverse.
8. rite a sentence in which the sub
ject is a phrase modified by a clause,
and state the office of the clause.
1. (a; How is soil formed? (b)
What causes soil to-bake? (c) What
is meant hi' tillage? (d) Describe an
experiment upon a plant that would
show the effect of proper drainage.
2. (a) Why does girdling a tree
cause its death? (b) Draw a diagram
showing the movement of the sap cur
rent. 3. (a) Distinguish between economic
and uneconomic methods of getting a
living, (b) Give examples of each.
4. Carver says, "The work of the
farmer, more than that of any other
class, calls for versatality and resource
fulness." Explain this statement.
5. (a) Give some advantages claimed
or fall pruning, (b) spring pruning.
6. (a) hat crops are used for
silage, (b) Explain the modern method
of filling the silo.
7. What work are you planning to
ive the seventh and eighth grades dur
ing the winter term?
8. (a) What papers do you read that
con'ain articles on Agriculture (b)
hat booksHiave you read on the sub
ject? (c) Who is the author of each?
1. What is the approximate distance
from New York to London? From
Vt'ssliit'gton to Baltimore? '
2. VrSce a"n all water route from
K.w York to Chicago.
3. Locate at least two coal mining
belts of the United States. Two iron
producing regions. Two cane sugar
4. What section of Ohio produces
preat quantities of grapes? Sugar
5. What is the chief industry of each
of the following cities: Pittsburgh, St.
Louis, Louisville and Cleveland.
6 Name the six largest cities of Ohio
! the county in which each is located.
7 Account for the rapid growth of
San Franciscp, New Orleans, Duluth
8. Name the Statesor countries of
South America and give the capital of
1. What are provincialisms? Illus
tmte by three examples.
2 What is the etymology of a word?
3. Define monosyllable, phonetic spell
ing, a letter, a syllable and a word.
4. What is a primitive word? A
derivative word? Write three of each.
5. Write the abbreviations for the fol
lowing words : Doctor, next month, '
this month, and so forth, the same, and
Doctor of Laws. I
6-10 Spell : parallels, ventricle, scion, '
archaeology, quinsy, alpaca, orthodox,
cretonne, kerosene, capillary, supiemacy, j
sandwiches, caterpillar, pecan, mis
shipen, abet, hominyt technique, ruffiian, '
HIGH SCHOOL AGRICULTURE.
1. (a) Give four rules that should be
observed in the care of the dairy cow.
(hi Four rules that should be observed
by the person who does the milking.
2. (a) Distinguish between economic
and uneconomic methods of getting a
living, (b) Give examples of each.
3. Carver says- "The work -of the
farmer more than that of any other
clas, calls for versatality and resource
fulness". Explain this statement.
4. Describe in detail the proper
method of selecting and caring for seed
corn over winter.
5. What work is suggested for fsll
study in the; state course for the third
6. Tell a good method of keeping thj
following over winter so the)1 may li
suitable for human food in thViprint,.
Sweet potatoes, apples, turnips, cabba ,
celery, tomatoes, sweet corn and onior ..
7. (a) What are the requiremet' i
for a boy to enter the state wheat grow
ing contest? (b) What were the r .
quirements for entering the corn co. -test
last spring? (c) What prizes we
offered to the winners in each count-?
(d) What boys secured fre trips o
the Ohio State Fair from your county?
(e) How were these boys selected?
8. Explain the following terms ur i
in Agriculture: Condiment! fee -,
lupplementary crops, floats, nutrit s
tio, flocculation in soils and psraah.s
Startling Presentation ef Gom-
PASTUH KUoStLL S VIEWS.
Churches of All Denominations and the
Civil Powers of Earth Are About to
Unite In Common Cause Powerful
Influence Preparing For the Battle
of Armageddon A Reign of Anarchy
Will Be the Result of the Warfare
Until The Messiah Takes Control,
Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Nov. 3. T li e
uf Musi e w u s
crowded to the Um-
It today to liear
discourse on the
'Battle of Arinu
geddon." Ills test
wns: "He gathered
theiu together unto
a placed called In
the Hebrew tongue
A r in u j e tl d o u."
(Revelation xvl. 10.) The speaker said:
Armageddon In the Hebrew slguiUcs
the "11111 of Meglddo." or Mount of De
struction. It was famous us n battle
field In Old Testament times.
The Lord bus seen Qt to associate the
name Armageddon, with the great con
troversy between Truth and Error,
right and wrong, God and Mnniuion,
with which this Age will close, perish,
and the New Age of Messiah's glory
be ushered In. He has purposely used
highly symbolical figures of speech in
the last book of the Bible, evidently
with n view to hiding certain impor
tant truths until the due time for their
revealuient. But even in the due' time,
the Bible assures us, "None of the
wicked shall understand" (Daniel xil,
0, 10) node who are out of heart har
mony with (Sod but ouly the wise of
His people the "wise virgin" class of
the Muster's pat utile.
I have long avoided presentation of
my understanding of our text and Its
context, i take it up now by request
and because I believe It is due time to
be understood. 1 disclaim any special
inspiration. In some particulars my
views agree with those of other Bible
students, and in other respects they
disagree. Each hearer must use his
own Judgment, do his own Bible study,
and reach his 'own conclusions.
Kindly remember that I am not re
sponsible for the figures of speech used
by the Lord. My Interpretations do in
deed constitute u terrible arraignment
of Institutions which we have all rever
enced and which embrace good people,
of good words and good works. God's
saintly people In these various Institu
tions, being comparatively few. nre
ignored when systems ns a whole are
dealt with In prophecy.
The Dragon, Beast, False Prophet.
Our context tells us that three Im
pure spirits "teachings! will go forth
from the mouths of the Dragon, the
Beast and the False Prophet, and these
three will be in' nccord, and symbolical
ly the doctrines are represented by
"frogs." These three doctrines are to
have a mighty influence throughout the
civilized earth They are to gather
the kings and their armies to the great
Battle of Armageddon.
The ecclesiastical kings and princes,
and their retinues of clergy and faith
ful adherents, will be gathered in solid
phalanx Protestant and Catholic. The
kings and captains of industry, nnd as
many as can be Influeuced by them,
will be gathered to the same sldr. The
political kings nnd princes, with all
their henchmen nnd retniners, will fol
low in line on the same side. The
financial kings and merchant princes,
and all whom they can Influence by the
most gigantle power ever yet exercis
ed In the world, will join the samo
side, according to this prophecy.
These "doctrines of demons," repre
sented by the "frogs," will lead many
noble people In this great army to as
sume an attitude quite coutrary to
their preference. For a timp the
wheels of liberty and progress will bo
turned backward and medieval re
straints will he considered necessary
for self-preservation for the, mainte
nance of the present order of things.
In giving this interpretation, it is
necessary for us to indicate what Is
symbolized by the Dragon, the Beast,
and the False Prophet. Bible students
of nearly all denominations agree with
us that .the "Dragon" of Revelation
represents the purely Civil Power.
Protestant interpreters generally agree
that the "Beast like a leopard" (Reve
lation Kill. 2) represents the Papacy.
But fower still, we fear, will be ready
to support our view that Protestantism
Is the "Imnge of the Beast" (Revelation
xlll, 15) in our context given another
name, "the False Prophet." We urge
no one to accept our Interpretation,
nor shall we think hard of any who
refuse It. We will neither slander nor
otherwise Injure them now, nor threat
en them with eternal torture. They
have the same right to their views that
I have, and the same right to make
them known to others. And I, for
one. will be very glad to consider any
thing which opponents may set forth
as their Interpretations of our text.
"Unclean 8plrlts Like Frogs."
The symbolisms of Scripture", right
ly understood, are always forceful.
When the Iloly Spirit used a "frog"
to symbolically represent certain
doctrines or teachings, we may bo
Buro the true application will lit well.
A frog has a sage look, a wise look.
It swells Itself up lu an apparent. en
deavor to Impress the beholder. Its
great mouth well represents Its ehlef
power, used to croak.
Applying these symbols, we learn
that nil evil spirit, lulliienre, teaching,
will come from the Protestuni elniivhes '
federated, from the Church of Koine. '
and from the Civil authorities, all In '
full agreement. The spirit of all will
be boastful: an air of superior wisdom '
and knowledge will be proudly assum
edall will croak In harmony. All will
tell of dire results that would follow,
involving the Interests of both the
present nnd the future life, if their
counsel be not followed However eon
dieting the creeds, the different e will
be Ignored lu the general proposition
that nothing undent must lie disturb
ed, or looked Into, or repudiated.
The Divine authority of the Church,
nnd the Divine light of kings, aside
from the Church, will not be allowed
to conlllct. Any persons or leadlines
in conlllct with these boastful and tin
scriptural claims will be branded as
everything tile, at the tnouths of the-e
"frogs" speaking from pulpits mid
platforms nnd "through the religious
and seculur press. The nobler senti
ments of some will be strangled by the '
philosophy of the same evil spirit
which spoke through Calaphas. the
high priest, respecting .lesns. As Cain
puns declnred it expedient to commit
a crime in vlolntion of Justice, human
and Divine, to Iw lid of Jesus and Ills
teachings, so this "frog" spirit will nt
prove of every violation of principle
necessary to their self-protection
The cronking of these "frog" spirits or
doctrines will gather the kings and
princes, financial, political, religious
and Industrial Into one great army.
The spirit of fear. Inspired by the
croaklngs of these "frogs," will scourge
the passions of otherwise good and
reasonable men to fury, desperation,
in their blind following of these evil
spirits, evil doctrines, they will be
ready to sacrifice life and everything
on the altar of what they' mlstakeuly
suppose Is Justice, truth and righteous
ness, under a Divine arrangement.
For u brief time, as we understand
the Scriptures, these combined forces
of Armageddon will triumph. Free
speech, free mails, and other liberties
which have come to be the very breath
of the masses In our day. tvlll be ruth
lessly shut off under the plea of neces
sity, the glory of God, the commands
of the Church, etc. All will seem to be
serene, until the great social explosion
in our context described as the "great
Earthquake" An "earthquake." lu
symbolic language, signifies social
revolution, nnd the declaration of the,
context Is that noue like unto it ever
before occurred. (Revelation xvl. 18.
19.1 Jesus described It ns a time of
trouble such as never was since there
was a nntlou. Matthew xxlv. 21.
The Lord Will Gather Them.
The false, frog-like teachings will
gather together Into one host the great,
the rich, the wise, the learned and the
kings of the earth, to battle. At this
Juncture Divine Power will step for
ward, nnd our text fells' us thnt 11 H
shall gather thevtnarshnled hosts to
Armageddon to the Mountnln of De
struction. The very thing which they
sought to avert by their union, federa
tion, etc.. will be the very thing they
will hasten. Other Scriptures tell us
that God will be represented by the
Great Messiah, and that lie will be on
the side of the masses. Thus we read
In Daniel xll. 1: "At that time shall
Michael the Godlike One Messiah
stand up" assume' authority. He will
tnke possession of His Kingdom In a
manner little looked for by many of
those who erroneously have been
claiming that they were nis Kingdom,
and authorized by Him to reign in His
name nnd In His stead.
Jesus declared. "His servants ye are
unto whom ye render service." Some
may be rendering service to Sutau and
to error, who claim to be rendering
service to God and to righteousness;
and some of these may be serving lg-nor-antly.
ns did Saul of Tarsus, who
"verily thought thnt he did God a serv
ice" In persecuting the Church, The
same principle holds true reversely.
As an earthly king does not hold htm-1
self responsible for tjie moral charncter
of each boldler who fights In his bat
tles, so the Lord does not. vouch for the
moral character of all who will enlist
nnd fight on His side of nny question. I
"His servants they are to whom they
reuder service." whatever the motive
or object prompting them. I
The same principles will apply In the
coming Battle of Armageddon. God's
side of thnt battle will be the people's
side, and the very nondescript host
the people, will be pitted at the begin
ning of the bnttle. Anarchists, Social
ists, and hot-headed radicals of every
school of reason nnd unreason, will be
In the forefront of that battle. The
majority of the, poor and the middle
class prefer pence at almost any price.
A comparatively small number, God's
consecrated people, will at heart be
longing for Messiah's Kingdom. These
. will bide the Lord's time nnd wnlt pa
tiently for It; they will be of good
' courage, knowing the outcome outlined
, In the "more snrp word of prophecy,"
to which they have done well to take
heed, "as unto a light shining In a
, dark place until the Day dnwn." II
r Peter I. ID,
The masses will be restless of their
restraints, but will be conscious of
their own weakness an compared to'the
kings nnd princes, finnuclnl, religious
nnd political, which will then hold
wwny. Besides, the masses have no
sympathy with anarchy. They realize
truly that the worst form of govern
ment Is better than none. The masseit
will spek relief through the ballot and
peaceful re-adjustment Of earth's af
fairs for the elimination of evil, for
the placing of monopolies and utilities
and the supplies of nature In tho hands
of the pooplcfor the public good. The
crisis will bo reached when the hither
to upholders of law shall become vio
lators of tho law and resistors of tho
will of the majority as expressed by
the ballot. Fear for the future will
lead the well-meaning masses to desper
ation; and anarchy will result when
The Cloud's Sliver Lining.
Horrible would be this outlook for
the future did we not novo the Inl'ulll
ble Word of God assuring us of a
glorious outcome! Divine Wisdom has
withhold until our day the great knowl
edge and skill which Is nt the same
time breeding millionaires and discon
tents. Had God lifted the veil a thou
sand years sooner, the world would
have lined up for Its Armageddon a
thousand years sooner. But thnt
would hnve been too soon for the Di
vine purpose, because Messiah's King
dom Is to bo the great Thousand-Year-Sabbnth
of the world's history.
God In kindness veiled our eyes until
the time when the gathering to Ar
mageddon would Immediately precede
Messiah's taking to Himself His great
power, and beginning His reign. Keve-
Intlon xi, 17. 18.
"Send Them Strong Delusions."
St. Paul wrote prophetically of our
time,' that It would be one of serious
trial and testing to many professing to
bo Christians. The reason for this he
states they received not the Truth In
the love of It (II Thessaloulans 11, 10.
11.1 They preferred their own errone
ous theories, the Apostle explains, and
therefore God will give them over to n
"strong delusion." nnd let them believe
the lie which they preferred, and let
them suffer for missing the Truth
which they did Hot love Thus they
will be In the condemned host, "fight
ing against God," because of their lack
of love for the Truth.
It Is sad to say that we nil as Chris
tians have been laboring under a thor
ough delusion respecting God's Plan.
We have claimed that Christ set up
His Church In Kingdom powpr. and
thnt the Church has been reigning on
the earth as His representative. On
the strength of this delusion. Jews nnd
heretics have beet) persecuted to death
as opponents to Christ's Kingdom. All
the while we thoughtlessly repeated
the Lord's prayer: "Thv Kingdom
come: Thy will be done on earth, as In
Heaven." We knew that the Redeemer
sjtld that He would come ngaln to
make us His Bride and joint-heirs; but
we Ignored the Scriptures. We wore
drunk, ns the Scriptures symbolically
say, "all nations were drunk" with the
false doctrine. It Is this false doctrine
thnt will constitute the "frog" spirit
which soon will begin to croak and to
prepare for Armngeddon
The Bible presentation Is thnt the
world Is a section of the universe In
rebellion against Divine authority, un
der tho captaincy of Satan and his as
sociated falleiKiingels. By Divine grijee
Jesus has already "tasted death for
every "man."1 and the merit of thnt sac
rifice must, eventually, grnnt Adam nnd
his posterity n full, fnir opportunity
for the nttalnmpnt of everlasting life.
All who thus see the Divine program
nnd are walking In the light mny know
something at least respecting the "times
nnd seasons." These brethren "nre
not In darkness, that that day nnd
that buttle of Armngeddon should
overtake" them "ns n thief" un
awares. Armageddon Not Yet but Soon.
For forty years "the Armageddon
forces have leen mustering for both
sides of the conflict. Strikes, lockouts
and riots, great and small, have been
merely Incidental skirmishes as the
belligerent parties crossed each other's
paths. Court and Army scandals In
Europe, Insurauce. Trust and Court
scandals in America, have shaken pub
lic confidence. Dynamite plots, charg
ed by turns on employees nnd on em
ployers, have further "'sunken confi
dence nnd tended to make each dis
trustful. of the other. Bitter and angry
feelings on both sides are more and
more manifest. The lines of battle are
dally becoming more distinctly marked.
Nevertheless Armageddon ennnot yet
be fought. Other mutters Intervene.
according to prophecy.
Gentile times have still two yearsto
run. The "Image of the Beast" of our
context must yet receive life power.
The Image must be transformed from
a mere rnechauism to a living force.
Protestant Federation realizes that its
organization, will still be futile unless
It receive vitallzhtion unless Its clergy
directly or Indirectly shall be recog
nized ns possessed of apostolic ordina
tion and authority to teach. This the
prophecy Indicates will come from the
two horned beaBt, which, we believe,
uymbollenlly represents the Church of
England. Hlgh-handfd activities of
Protestantism 'and Catholicism, operat
ing In conjunction for the suppression
of human liberties, await this vivifying
pf the Image. This may come soon,
but Armngeddon ennnot precede It, but
must follow -perhnps a year after It.
according to our view of the Prophecy,
Still another thing tnterveues: Al
though the Jews nre gradually flowing
Into Palestine, gradually obtaining con
trol of the land of Canaan, and al
though reports say that already nine
teen - millionaires nre there, neverthe
less prophecy requires an evidently
larger number of wealthy Hebrews to
be there before the Armngeddon crisis
he reached. Indeed we understand
that "Jacob's trouble" in the noly
Land will come nt the very close of
ArinngeuVJpo. Then Messiah's King
dom will begin to be manifested.
Thenceforth Israel in tho Innd of prom
ise will gradunlly rise from the ashes
of the past to the grandeur of proph
ecy. Through Its Divinely appointed
princes Messiah's Kingdom, all-powerful
but Invisible, will begin to roll
away the curse and to lift up mankind.
IIlLLSUOIIO. NOV. E,
, Itetall Orocers
Wheat, Irashcl .
Corn, old,.., ,
Oats . . , ,
Potatoes ,. " '"
White Deans, bushel ',",".'.".. .'...'.
Eggs, Dozen ..".V."'.'!'.'!
Uhlckens, per lb .
Turkeys, per lb ' """
Ducks, per lb
Haconliams, per lb !'.'. '"."
Uaconstdes .7. .!..'.
Hay, ton .'".'. ";"
Ex. o. Suijar
Granulated Sugar ..v. ....
Cut loaf and Podcreu Sugar
i offee, Itto ..
Tea, imp., H. U. and Q. u p'e'fqr'.".
Tea. Black ...,, ..
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. 6 00a 8 lb
, 0 OJa 7 40
4 00a 6 50
. 7 40a 7 85
5 00a 40 00
ueeves, snipping 7,
1 Sheep and Lambs, per cwt..
, Hogs, cwt , gross
Milch Cows with Calves
Humphreys Specifics havo
been used by the people -with
satisfaction for more than BO
years. Medical Book sent freo.
Ho. roa Pries
1 Fevera, Congestions, Inflammations 33
2 Wurms, Worm 1'evpr.orWorm Disease. 'J
3 Colic, Crying and Wakefulness of Infants. 24
4 Dlnrrhcu.of Child! en and Adults 'J 5
7 Cousin, Colds, Bronchitis 33
8 Toothache, Faccache, Neuralgia 39
Headiiclit-, Sick Headache, Vertigo 33
10 Uyapcnula, Indlgcttlon, Weak Stomach S3
13 Croup, Hoarse Cough, Laryngitis 25
14 Bolt It Ileum, Erupt.o.-ir, Erytlpolas 23
15 RliciiiimtUin. or Itbsumatic Pulns '23
10 I'crr n'i 1 ,sur tia.arla 23
17 Plies, Bllnl or l'lccJln . eternal, Internal.23
10 :alnrrli,Iuatiou:a, Co1 1 la llevl 23
20 Wlioonlni'oi's'i, Sjia..j.o lu Cough 23
31 AHUtrifi 1rnrcAaod, 0!.Heujt Rrcathlnff !25
37 UIiIikiv ' i.e, 35
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31 hwTI. .,. iJ'- . 33
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KILLS ALL TICKS
Cooper's Dip kills all live ticks and
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Increases quantity and quality of wool.
One dipping does the work sheep only
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Used on 250.000.000 sheep annually.
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Handsome sh'.ep calendar FREE for the
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