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THE NEWS-HERALD, HILLSBORO, OHIO, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1913.
FOR THOSE WHO
WISH TO TEACH
Questions For Applicants For
EXAMINATION HELD JANUARY 4.
Prepared by the State 8chool Com
missioner to Test the Mental Qual
ifications of Those Who Seek Posi
tions as Teachers In the Public
Following Is the list of questions
rs prepared UDder direction of the
ttate commissioner of public schools
snd submitted at the county exam
ination for teachers Jan. 4, for ele
mentary school certificates:
UNITED STATES HISTORY,
(Including Civil Government.)
1. Who were the most prominent of
,he men that drafted and signed the
Declaration of Independence? How
many men signed it?
2. Who were the Frenchmen that ex
plored and settled New France? What
event caused France to lose her control
3. Explain Edmund Burke's position
on "Liberty for America", and explain
his reasons for his stand.
4. What is known as the "Critical
Period" in American History? Why?
5. Explain briefly the subject matter
of each of the seven "Articles" of the
Constitution of the United States.
6. What great question was cham
pioned by John C. Calhoun? Henry
Clay? John Quincy Adams? Alex
ander Hamilton? William Jennings
7. When was Grover Cleveland Presi
dent? Wl'at great questions were dis
cussed during his administration? From
what state was Cleveland?
8. How many states are there in the
United States? Name the last three
1. A withdraws 5j of his deposit in
a bank. He then deposits lA as much
as he has drawn out, and still has $2,00
in the bank. Find the amount in the
bank at first.
2. The specific gravity of oak is .93-4.
Find the weight of an oak sill 24 ft. x
1 ft. x 1 ft.
3. What is the net amount of a bill
of $169.75 subject to a discount of 30,
10 and 5 off for cash?
4. If it costs $95.00 to. carpet a room
24 ft. by 18 ft., how much will it cost to
carpet a room 38 ft. by 21 ft. with the
5. A farmer sold 5 loads of oats, aver
aging 37 bu. 3 pk. 5 qt. each, at $.65 per
bushel. How much money did he re
ceive for the grain?
6. What is the rate per annum when
$712 in 3 years 4 months earns $142 40?
7. If 1 bushel 3 pecks of wheat are
sown to the acre, how much land can
be sown with the contents of a bin 4
feet long, 3 feet wide, and 2y2 feet deep,
filled with wheat?
8. I wish to raise $550 by having my
note discounted at a bank for 2 mo. 15
da. at 6. What must be the face of
. The examination in reading is oral.
The examiner will 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
1. What are the most important facts
that should be taught a class that is
2. What are the organic compounds
of the body? Describe each.
3. State definitely the chief functions
of connective tissue. (Mention several
specific examples of connective tissue.)
4. Where are the muscles of the stom
ach located? Describe the mechanical
action of the stomach.
5. What are corpuscles? What are
the functions of the corpuscles?
6. State five uses of the skin. (Show
in your explanation or statement that
you understand the physiology of the
7. Name the divisions of the brain,
and state the most important work of
each division. What is the arachnoid?
8. Classify the joints. Locate a joint
of each class.
1. How do you explain the etymology
of words? Into what two general
classes are adjectives divided?
2. What are auxiliary verbs? Name
3. Parse the italicized words of the
Aspect he rose, and in his rising seemed
A pillar of state; deep in his front
Deliberation sat, and public care;
And princely counsel in his face yet
Majestic though in ruin. Milton.
t 4. Classify the phrases of the quota
tion given in question three.
5. What is a simple element? A com
plex element? A compound element?
The grammatical subject? The logical
6. What is syntax? Write at least
five rules of syntax.
7. What are subordinate clauses? Ex
plain the abridgment of subordinate
8. What are the most important re
mits that a teacher should accomplish
in teaching grammar.
1. Who are the leading characters in
Hawthorne's "Scarlet Letter"? What
are the lessons that should be learned by
reading this book?
2. During what period of American
history did Lowell write? What arc
the subjects of many -of his best works?
3. What productions of Emerson have
jrou read? What books, written bt
Fmerson. lire considered his best pro
4. Recommend ten books of fiction by
American writers that are suitable for
eighth grade boys and girls to read.
5. Name several books written by
Dickens that are considered among his
best works. Where did Dickens find
most of the characters for his books?
6. Write at least a four-line quotation
from a poem written by Field? By
Whittier? By Bryant?
7. Where in Shakespeare's works are
Ihe following characters found : Kent,
Portia, Falstaff, Macduff, and Edgar?
8. Name the principal productions of
Tennyson. What is Tenn son's mas
terpiece? THEORY AND PRACTICE.
Based in part on Graves' "Grct Edttca-
cators of Three Centuries".
1. Write a brief explanation of Froc
bcl's plan of a model kindergarten. In
your opinion are the kindergarten
schools gaining or losing in interest and
attendance at the present time?
2. Who was Horace Mann? How did
he help the common schools of many
3. When and how often are members
of village, special and township boards
cf education elected? Who is the clerk
of township boards of education?
4. Do you believe in corporal punish
ment? If you do not, why? If ou
do, under what circumstances?
5. What is the purpose of a county
teachers' institute? Who are the of
ficers of this institute?
6. How and when do you assign your
lessons for the' next recitation? (Ex
plain in a definite way.)
7. How would you direct the conduct
of boys and girls going to and from
school? Where and under what con
ditions would ou listen to the com
plaints of parents?
8. Explain briefly by an example, your
method of teaching the principles of
Copy the following quotation as a
specimen of your penmanship:
"Before thy feet the ways divide;
One path leads up to heights sublime;
Downward the other slopes, where bide
The refuse and the wrecks of Time.
Choose then, nor falter at the start,
O choose the nobler path and part !
1. What is the approximate length in
miles of a degree of latitude at the
equator? At 45 ?
2. Name and locate all the bodies of
water that touch Canada. What is the
latitude of most of the southern boun
dary of Canada?
3. Trace an all water route from
Cleveland, Ohio, to Washington, D. C.
4. Locate the following rivers and
mention the body of water into which
each flows. Potomac? Yellow? Thames?
Hudson? Po? Nile?
5. What is the approximate latitude
and longitude of Madrid. Chicago, Lon
don, Washington, and Havana?
5. What are the leading industries of
Cleveland, Boston.New Orleans, Tampa,
and St. Louis?
7. Where are the great wheat markets
of the United States? Corn markets?
Iron markets? How markets? Cattle
market?? Coal markets?
8. Name the highest mountain or
mountain peak of each grand division.
Based in part on Carver's "Principles
of Rural Economics".
1. Point out several advantages of
farming on a large scale. What are a
few of the disadvantages of small scale
2. How should a farmer determine
the right time to sell his crop? What
3. Why do all soils require drainage?
Explain the harmful effects of too much
water on land.
4. How is it possible to maintain the
fertility of the land that is constantly
farmed? State several causes for the
decreased productivity of most farm
5. What crop is the most valuable in
the United States this year? What is
the approximate value of this crop?
6. What is considered a good yield
per acre of wheat in your county?
7. What are the four stages of the
life of a common house fly? Account
for the great number of flies in late
8. Name three fungous diseases. How
should potatoes be treated before plant
ing if they show signs of potato scab?
1. Write all the vocal, sub-vocal and
aspirate sounds and classify them. -
2. Define dipthong, digraph, trigraph.
3. Write six rules for the use of cap
ital letters, and illustrate each.
4. What are primitive words? Deriv
5. Write five Latin and five Greek
6-10. Spell: mistletoe, simile, njhilist,
preterit, balance, ellipsis, indelible, Cath
olicism, phonics, aqueous, extol, melo
deon. reversible, alkali, subpoena, hore
hound, mortise, artisan, synonymous,
HIGH SCHOOL AGRICULTURE.
1. Explain whv commercial fertilizers
alone cannot take the place of manure.
2. Why is chemical analysis of a soil j
an unsafe guide to determine what fer
tilizers that soil needs?
3. Why in a dry season do many farm
crops produce better in a field well
drained by tile than in one not drained?
4. Describe in detail an experiment by
means of which you would illustrate to
a pupil the process of osmosis. What
connection has osmosis with plant life? ,
5. What is the best shape for the top I
nf an apple tree? Why? How can the
nrchardist make his tree assume such a
6. Describe in detail how you would
Itart a field in alfalfa.
7. Write a discussion of not less than
150 words about the man on the farm
who has so much "bad luck".
8. Give some of the reasons as dis
cussed by Carver why diversication of
crops is and must be the rule for the
vast majority of farms.
Made Herself Useful,
Miss Isabella L. Hagner knows
Roosevelt ways, and Taft ways, and
will be letalned to learn Wilson ways
at the White House. She Is not pro
tected by civil service as social sec
retary to the first lady of the land, but
leems to have mads herself indls-Definable.
A Train Holdup
By EDWARD SEYMOUR
There was a sudden putting on of
drakes, with n slowing up of the train.
The tiuio wns 0 o'clock nt night, niul j
the location was In n wood Just the
place, In fact, for n robbery.
The train came to u full stop. A
Bhot was heard. It enme from the ex
press car, but the passengers In the I
smoker nnd two passenger coaches '
couldn't tell where It came from.
There were not many passengers uuy
way. The train was running very
light. In the smoker were several
men, way passengers, who appeared
to belong to the country through which
the road ran. In the next coach were
two ladles sitting together face to fnco,
while In the seat behind them was n i
dandified young man, apparently a ten-1
derfoot. On the other side was a girl
traveling alone, in the next car In
the rear sat nn old man and an old '
woman, the personification of John '
Anderson My Jo John. Near them
was a inniden lady of fifty, with gog
gles. Suddenly the front door of the fore
most coach wns thrown open nnd a
man appeared with a short rifle, with
which he covered the passengers, while
another man with his revolvers in his
belt stepped lto the enr and said:
"Produce your valuables!"
He was followed by another mnn,
who held n revolver In each hand.
With the man nt the door covering the
passengers with Jhe rllle and a mon
behind him with six shots In each,
hand, the "collector" was well pro-"
tectcil In his work. The passengers
sat perfectly still, each one pulling
out his or her rnludblos with alacrity.
After going through the car as the
collector approached the rear door the
man with the rllle followed him. The
passengers had submitted so passively
that this. It seemed, would be attend
ed by little risk. As ho passed the
girl she whiskeJ n long knlfp from
under her skirts and, turning, drove
it Into his back. lie fell with a groan.
The two men, who were at the other
end of the car, completing their rob
bery, turned In time to see him fall.
One of the ladies mentioned the one
who was facing the rear of the car
pulled a revolver from under her man
tel, tired at the collector's attendant,
nnd he went down. This loft the col
lector the only robber In the car. In
the few seconds that followed the dis
patching of his two pals he knew that
be was in danger, but from what per
son he wns ignorant. He had seen a
young girl stab the mnn with the rifle
and a handsomely dressed Indy shoot
his attendant. lie could not single out
which of the passengers would at
tempt to finish him. There were sev
eral able men who sat near hint, but
not one of them moved. Ills eye wns
on them for a second, nnd during that
very small space of time the dnndlfied
young man who with others had turn
ed to see what was going on In the
rear put a bullet through his forehead.
The same plan had been devised and
enacted in tlw second car, though with
a different reception. When the col
lector and his support came to" the old
man nnd old woman the woman with
goggles, who sat farther In the rear,
suddenly clicked a revolver and shot
the man htaudlng in the front door
covering the pnssengers. This divert
ed for the moment the attention of the
collector and his attendant, nnd tho
old woman with marvelous quickness
put a bullet through the attendant
Before the collector could draw his re
volver the old man had shot him dead.
The events in the rear car first came
to a conclusion. The old maid threw
away her spectacles, ripped up the
front of "a callqo dress, threw a hat
embellished with flowers on the floor
and, being rid of women's apparel,
stalked forward, n strapping man. The
old man and old woman each doffed
a white wig. The woman tore oft net
outer garment, nnd each with a re
volver in each hand followed the "old
maid." "She" threw open the door,
nnd the three of them stood ou the
platform as the last shot rang out Id
the forward car.
A similar transformation scene had
been enacted there. Tho girl who hnd
knifed one of the robbers became n
young, man of nineteen, the two ladles
turned out a sheriff nnd his deputy.
while the dude was a quiescent looking
man noted for being one of the coolest
and quickest shots In that region.
When the last robber fell the dude
threw open the rear door of the car,
and those who bad done the shooting
in boti cars Jumped off. Three men in
the smoking car arose and Joined the
scattering posse. Three robbers, who
had captured the express safe by firing
single shot that had hurt no one,
were endeavoring to open It when, at
uach end of the car, appeared a man
bristling with revolvers. The robbers,
seeing themselves hedged In, fought
desperately, but were mastered.
m ue rrouc car two rouoers una
been killed and one wounded. wWIe n '
the rear car one robber had been killed
and ten wounded. The whole fight in
the two passenger cars and the ex-i
press car did not last four minutes.
I The reason of this victory was verj
' simple. Ono of the gang of robbers.
linrl nllfl ttn1nl TIT I Mi tltn InnilAM nvid lin e '
informed the railroad officials of the
projected robbery and of the plnns ou
which it wns to be accomplished. The
sheriff had disguised a posse and put
them on the train, each with a part to
perform on nlgnal from him or bis
Jan. 0, 1913.
Mrs. Maria Tolle Roberts received
the first Parcel Post package at Bu
ford. Miss Edith Stultz, who has been at
Middletown for some months, fs at
Profs. Wm. Brown and Atson Ear
hart returned to Middletown Sunday
to take up their school work.
Arthur Tolle recently sold to G. F.
Lewis 100 acres of land for $1,000.
Miss Addle Martin, who has been
visiting her aunt, at Blanchester, for
the past weak returned home Sunday
Miss Marie Weaver, who has been
shut in for the past six weeks with
pneumonia was out yesterday and
spent the day with tier cousin, Miss
The Buford High School opened this
morning, after the holidays. Teachers .
and scholars look refreshed and ready '
for work. I
The Christian Church Sunday School
has reorganized and the following of-(
licers were elected for 1013: Supt.,
Frank Patlon; Assist. Supt , Clyde
Montgomery; Sec, Miss Muriel Beltz;
Assist. Sec, Miss Delia Johnson: '
Treas., Mrs. Cora Brown. I
Rev Poston closed his pastorate
here Sunday evening and will take up
his new field of labor at New Vienna.
Our best wishes go with him there.
Preaching service next Sunday, Jan.
12, at the M. E. Church in ttie after
noon, a 2 p. m. All are invited
Jan. 0, 101.1
Mrs. Abble Thayer and daughter,
Mary, of Dayton, spent a week with
Mrs. Rose Levi, of Cincinnati, is vis
iting Her sister, Mrs Mose Colin.
Ella Jean Adams has returned to
Ohio University after spending the
Xmas vacation witii her parents here.
The revival services are now In pro
gressat the M. E. Church. ' i
J. VV. Redkey, of Pleasent Ridge, is
visiting liis daughter, Mrs. Harry Dull.
Miss Louise Swonger, of Greenfield,
spent a few diys last week with Miss
Faye Wallace. I
Wm. L. Head, after a two weeks va '
cation returned last Saturday to his
school In Ronceverte, W. Va,
P. S. Woodnnnsee and wife spent
Sunday with Oavid Sanders and wife,
Guy Haskin, who has been in Cleve
land for several days, has entered Art
School in that city.
Rev. and Mrs. John McMillen have
returned, after a visit to Indiana.
Mrs. James Adams and daughter,
Ella Jean, were shopping in Cincin
nati Friday of last week.
The funeral of John Spargur was
held in the M. E. Church last Thurs
day, interment in the Sabina cemetery.
The High School very pleasantly
surprised Robert Hussey at ills home
north of here on New Years Eve.
Archie Woodmansee has returned
to Medical School In Cleveland, after
spending the Xmas vacation at home.
Some of the young people of tills
place were very pleasantly entertained
at the home of T. L. Head New Years
Jan. 0, 1013.
Mrs. Linda Brown spent Wednesday
afternoon with Mrs. Dora Brown.
Mrs. Dora Brown spent last week
with her father and other relatives in
James and Donovan Riiodes, of
Lynchburg, are guests of their grand
father, Jas. Brown.
F. C. Pulse was the geust of Fred
Granger and family, near Russell,
MrsMargaret Sanderson and daugh
ter, Mary, were guests of Rebecca
C. C. Snider and wife and daughter,
May, were guests of Wilson Mount
and family, in Brown county, Wednes
day. Orland Rhodes and wife and two
daughters, Hazel and Stella, Mrs.
Margaret Sanderson and two daugh
ters, Mary and Olive, and Charles
Cadwallader and wife and daughter,
Lucille, were guests of J. n. Duvall
and family, Wednesday.
Joseph Lewis and wife and children
are guests of Orland Rhodes and
Sam Roush and daughter, Lola, were
guests of Clint Roush and family,
Tom Rhodes and family, of Brown
Munty, and 0har,ey Clark and family
,, ' . . ' ,", , i ..
were guests of O. O. Snider and family
There will be preaching at Harwood
Sunday morning and Sunday night.
. - ,
"I'd marry a man not of words, but
"So would Ti lf they were title
deeds." Baltimore American.
A mathematical genius has figured
that 25,844,000 soap bubbles oan be
made from a pound of soap.
By RUTH GRAHAM
"Pardon me," snld nu Immaculately
dressed gentleman to a lady also espe
cially well costumed ou n railway train.
"I see by your ticket thnt yqu are for
Hording Stntlon. Possibly you may
give me n bit of Information. I am, go
ing to the place of Mr. Wlufleld Reck
ling. Can you tell me about where I
shall have to go?"
"Oh, yes; I know the Recklings very
well. They live two miles from the
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Auui-i-u. a ,, tio iu , , u b",u uj ....
other train, but came lu advance, and
mere win ue uo une 10 iucui uiu. i van
easily walk that distance."
"It will not be necessary. I nni go
ing in that direction. My enrriuge will
meet me, and I shall be happy to take
you to your destination."
"That's very klud of you to a strair
ger." "I'm only too glad to be of service to
nny friend of the Recklings."
"i am a very old friend of Win Reck
ling. We were college chums."
"He has brought n wife home with
him from abroad, I .believe." I
"Yes. I am going to make n short .
visit with the express purpose of meet
ing her." I
"I trust you'll like her."
"Whether I shall or not rcmalus to be .
seen. Is she nlceV"
"Mr. Reckling doubtless thinks so. '
She Is rather straltlaced." ' I
"Why, I heard she was just The op
posite." "Oh, you did? Please define wlint you
mean by the opposite." .
"I heard she was :i great flirt before
Win married her."
The lady looked aside at him, then
cast down her eyes. He remarked to
himself that, whatever Mrs. Heckling
might lie, this person was inclined to
Indulge in n bit of flirting herself.
Ucforo the two left the train his hand
had come in contact with hers on the
seat between them: he had clasped It.
niuHt wns not withdrawn. At the sta
tion they entered her carriage and were
soon bowling along a road lined with
fine country places. i
"How would you like to pay me o
"brief visit before going, to the Reck
lings?" said the lady. "You'll And It
dull there. Yourjiost never comes out
until tlio 7 o'clock- train, and there'll be
no one to entertain you. I know they
would be obliged to me for tnklng care
of a guest of theirs."
"I shall be delighted. But Mrs. Reck,
ling will be nt home, will she not?"
"No. I met her in the city while
The gentleman was driven with the
lady to her home. After u brief ab
sence for n change from street to din
ner dress she reappeared, afternoon tea
was served and they sat chatting.
"So yon heard Mrs. Heckling was a
flirt, did you?"
"Only before mnrrlage."
"And you think marriage terminates
"Oh. that's its ono feels about It."
"Yes. I liked a good time when sin
gle, nnd now thnt I'm married I don't
object to an innocent flirtation."
"Of course, innocent."
He felt for heri hand, but she arose
nnd asked film to go with her Into her
garden. lie followed and, plucking tho
choicest flowers, she handed them to
"I shall have these preserved," he
said with fervor.
"Mrs. Reckling will give you another
and you'll say the same thing to her."
"Not at all. This meeting has ren
dered any possibility of Mrs. Reckling's
attracting me Impossible."
She smiled, he thought, Ironically,
lie was bending over her while she
wns plucking n rose and wns about o
say something tender when there was
a rattle of wheels on the road, and
the lady, looking up at a coming two
wheeled cart driven by a gentleman,
"Here comes my husband; let US go
t t ...in i.. i.. ...... i,
in. I Will Introduce you."
"My name Is Forsythe."
They went Inside. Tho lady left
Mr. Forsythe in the drawing room and "eitenentd-neTo
soon returned with the man from the Slo'
The. guest started. It was Wlnflold I For 8ale in Hillsboro by W. R
Reckling who burst Into the room with ' Smith Co., Druggists and other drug
outstretched hand to welcome him. gists.
"Win," said the lady, "this is your i
friend, Billy Forsythe. He says he
heard I'm n flirt. All I have to say is
that If I can bent him nt the game I'll
havo to get up pretty early in the
morning. He squeezed my hand on
Forsythe stood horror stricken, bis
face red as a lobster.
"Oh, don't mind her, Billy. She
enn't help It. She was born so."
As soon as the guest could recover
himself, turning to Mrs. Reckling, be
"That you are a witch, I'll admit;
but I don't see how even a witch can
know the name of a man she ineeti'
casually in n railway car without some
one telling her."
"Dear me; and Win always said that
you're so bright!"
"now did you find It out, Bess?"
nsked the husband.
"Why, it's In great big bjnek letters
on his suit case."
Reckling laughed, nnd Forsytho's
fnco broke Into a shnmefaced grin.
"Oh, come to the sideboard," said
Reckling, "and get the dust out of your
Uillsuoro, Jan, 7,1018.
Corn, new ", 60
. Wblte Deans, bushel a
Eggs, Dozen ,
Chickens, per lb.....
Turkeys, per lb a
Ducks, per lb a
Uacon Hams, per lb..... a
Dacon Sides Ha
Dacon Shoulders 8a
Ex O. Sugar
Cut loaf and Powde
'offee.Klo ., 28a
Tea, Imp., II. u. and G. H per qr.. 20a
Tea. Mack 20a
.Flour, good family brands, cwt.
I -01-.V o-gaiion: ::
Hams, city sugar cured, lb 17a
Iieeves, cwt., gross...,., S 00a
lieeves, shipping , 0 00a
Sheep and Lambs, per cwt 4 00a
Hoes. cwt.. eross - 7 40a
Milch Cows with calves 5 00a 40 00
Humphreys' Specifics havo
been usod by the people with
satisfaction for more than BO
years. Medical Book sent free.
Fevera, Congestions, inflammations 23
Worms. Worm 1'cTcr. or Worm Disease JS
Colic, Crying and Wakefulness of Infants 25
Dlarrben. of Children and Adults '-!.!
Couch. Colds, Bronchitis 25
Toothache, Faccachc, Neuralgia 25
llcndaclie, Blclc Headache, Vertigo . 25
Dinpepsltt, Indigestion, Weak Stomach .. 25
(.'roup. Hoards Cough, Laryngitis . 25
8nlt llliriim. 1..-. t oas, Erysipelas ....25
IShcttnitill i-i f. ' matlc Pains ... . 'in
IVti-r n 1 ' ..'.Aria .... 23
I'IIi-h Lliui v.j . External, Internal. 23
C-itnrr'. t r , v r ' I In Head ... 25
Vi hiloldn - t i. ipas-moillo Cough , .S3
Atlnii,0;t,r'.-ed,D:.'aoult Breathing. ... '45
Kl.lney Wxf-BM- ... ...i, 25,
Ji-rt!7us Dc-Mllty, Vital Weakness , I.OO
Urinary Incontinence. Wetting Bed 23
feoreTliront, Quinsy . ... 23
Crip, Hay fcur and Summer Colds. , 25
Sold by druggists, or sent on receipt of pries.
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