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THE DEMOOBATIO BANHIR.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER , 9W
i i,,r" F' iT.ir.
WmUNI VERNON, OHIO
RANK HARPER, Etlltr
Jhtered at ins Mt VsraM.'o., postwar.-
nr second class mall matter
-8utBcrlptlon Rate t.G0 per year
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ftetolutlons of Respect, Obituaries and
Cards of Thanks. Ave cents per line.
THE CANDIDATES AND THE
vNeW York, Oct. 7 Heforo certain
"great financiers organized the Nation
al Tube Company they employed Mr.
Julian Kennedy, oncof the greatest
engineers In the world, constructor of
he Bessemer converters, blast and
open-hearth furnaces and other ptanta
required In the steel buBlnetw, to as-
' certain tho value ot the properties
that It was proposed to combine un-
Uer "the name of "Tho National Tube
'"Company." Mr. Kennetly mado care
' fill 'and practical Investigation and re
ported that the concerns were worth
not to exceed 119,000,000, The pro
moters acquired those proportion and
' organized tho company, capitalizing
U at $80,000,000, of which thny gave
'Uio'flrm -with which Mr. George W.
Perkins wih then connected an part
sier $20,000,000 for effecting the com
bination and establishing, tho monopo
ly. 'Mr. Perkins hns since dropped In
to politics and Is manager of the Hull
This company had J0 per cent of
tho tubo irillls of thu entire country
anil fixed prices to suit Its cupidity,
earning 70 per cent per annum on the
cost of Its properties. Hut it was not
satisfied with such beggarly returns,
It Wight Its rnw materials of the
Carnegie Company, und now It resolv--ed
to orect blast furnncos und rolling
mills and manufacture Its own Htcel
That did not suit Mr. Andrew Car-
negle'anu he served notice on them
that If thoy could make billets bo
-could make tubes. That would have
"been competition, and It Is tho mis-
' iilon of your trust to destroy competl-
' tlon.' Mr. Carnegie represented to this
'.National Tuba concern that their
' plants were antiquated, tit only for
the 'scrap'-pllo, and thnt It was his
purposd to build n mill at an expeudl-
" lure of, 112,000,000, lit which he would
Jjlako tubes at a cost of $10 a ton less
than" the trust could make thems Car
negie had forced tho Pennsylvania
Hal I road to fetch and carry for tilui,
nnd'ho was u holy tenor In the world
' of business vvhen competing with a ri
val. When Wall Street heard of this
wort! wont back to buy Carnegie out
al any price. They had previously
'" added to their lube eoniiany sundry
other propel ties for tho manufacture
of wire, tin plates, hoops, steel Inldg-
" en, and so on, and already It was u
very lusty monopoly.
Hut until they ild tliemsiihes of
xCarneglo they would not have full con-
Hrol -of tlin market, piodiietive anil
"consumptive Tho matter of pi lee
'was not tho leading consideration;
Carsoglo must bu hlied. to go out or
business at any (out bofoio the Anuirl-
can people toiijd be Hindu the victims
-of tho Steel Tiust.
iln-dlttgntlou with . c. 'rick, Mr,
'ariieglo nwoie that the piopettles
were worth less than $70,000,(100, and
Ills testimony was supported and cor-
"reboratcd by the oaths of Hchvvub,
'tlaloy and othem. Kubserpieutly Krlck
and tho Moores got an option on the
'Carnegie Company, the agreed price
'being 12110,0(10,000 but they failed to
' raise tho money because ,1. Plerpont
refined to go Into It for the reason
that the property uiih not vwnth near-
-'ly the price.
s,ii,t,u muni in wen, 11 in witr,
then," and hu vvIih llxlng to enter up
on cutthroat competition with .Mor
gan, Prick, the Moores, Perkins and
lhe(res.t of them. That was lulu Tor
somebody, und Ciutiegle know It was
'Ttilu1 not for him, for, he proponed io
vroduto and dlttirllmto cheaper than
nilio trust could pmisllily make mid sell.
'I ho trust hesitated and again enter-
;d upon negotiations, and the result
was they gave Andiew Carnegie over
MOO.000,000 to convoy to them his
prorty that It had been sworn In n
wiiri of Justice was worth lens than
$70,000,000. Hut he went out or the
te:l builiiuss, and thnt was what they
were after, a monopoly of the muikot
' or the most extensive mid prodigal
vPonHumors of steel In the wot Id.
Thin whut did they do? They cjpl-
1 anlUcd the trust at $1,100,000,000, ami
tho Aineiliaii people are paving dlvl
uli'rida on thnt gigantic Mimmmly
Itooseolt says that lit a "good"
MutH -ami ( ought to be legalized, so
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that It may becomo respectable and'
rob tho people according to law.
Taft says this robbor concern must
bo protected in tho tariff laws of tho
It would hnvo been Impossible to
creao this monster If there had been
no protectlvo tariff. It could not exist
as a monopoly a single year If the pro
tection accorded It In the tariff were
Only the other day the largest Indi
vidual stockholder In the Steel Trust
Invested $1,500,000 In a newspaper In
Now York In order that Col. Roose
velt might have an organ at tho me
tropolis In this campaign, and, looked
at from tho vulgar, material, selfish
point of view, tho Steol Trust could
afford to spend ten times the sum to
maintain tho tariff that secures It in
the monopoly It enjoys.
And if tho Steel Trust could afford
to give Andrew Cnrneglo over $400,
000,000 for less than $76,000,000 worth
of tangible property, If ho would retire
from tho steel business and loave the
market clear to It, the Steel TruBt
can afford to glvo $150,000,000 to get
itself logallzed, ns Ilooscvelt proposes,
and thus made forever secure In Its
Woodrow Wilson Bays that the Steel
Trust shall surrender Its Illegal privi
leges, that It shall be shorn of tho ad
vantaged It has usurped and meet
lloth Taft and Hoosovelt are agreed
that tho tariff must bo Invoked to re
lievo tho Steel Trust fiom competition
Andrew Cnrnegle snys that tho Steel
Trust does not need i protectlvo
EACH CONDEMNS OTHER
One stiong reason why neither
President Toft nor former Piesldeut
Hoosovelt should bo elected Is that
each sajs the othor Is not Jit. At Co
lumbus, on Muy tit, In his llnul swing
through Ohio, President Taft said or
KoosovoU: "My fi lends, It Is n dan
geious thing to put In the White
House a man for the third term with
his views or the Constitution and his
views ot himself. In evory announce
ment ho makes you will think he Is
the whole show, and thore Is not any
body else In this country. It Is 'I,' '1,'
'I,' and therefore I sny you feed that
vanity and that egotism by giving him
something that Washington did not
get, and JofTerson did not get, and
Jackson did not get, and Grant could
not get; you are going to put him In
office with a sense of power and with
a view of constitutional restriction
that will be dangerous to this coun
try'." At Clovoland, Ohio, on May lfi,
ftoosovclt said: "I am against Mr.
Taft becauso Mr. Taft hus piovod
faithless to the cause of tho Ameri
To avoid delay In dollvory have
your mall addressed to street and
number, P. O. box or general dollvory.
The following letters romnln un
claimed in tho Mt. Vomon postoillce:
Adveitlsod Oct. 7, 1912:
Adams, Mrs, .losophluu
Alolld.tlc, Miss Mil tie
llovd, Mrs. Ada M)
iiegnuun, .1, II,
Dennis, Miss Mae
(leuuek, Mis, Donald
Popuu, Mis. Mndllliio
Mellon, C. U,
ling, Mr, mid Mis. Oeo.
McCoj, II. W.
Itiickwoll, J, 0.
Mehelfer. W. M.
rlhucr, II. II.
Shrimpllh, G. C.
Stage. V. II. (S)
SIIUIUDAN (I. DOWDS.
OR. WILEY TO SPEAK
Akiou, ()., Oct. 7 Summit county
Democrats aie making gleut prepar
ations for the big political rally hero
tomoriow night, at which Dr, Harvey
W. Wiley, foimer United Htntus.chom
Is) and punt food expert, will speak
In behuir of thu Democratic nation
al find State tickets. It will bo Dr.
Wiley's ou) speech of the campaign.
He will be accompanied to Akron by
CougioHbinan .lames M, Cox, Demo
cr.it lc nominee for governor.
Notice Is heiuby given that tho un
dersigned have been appointed and
ipuilllled Kxeeutilces ot tho Ksttito of
I KM.IIA' M1 PAUKAND
Into ot Knox county, Ohio, deconbcd,
by thu Probate Coin t or said county
October 3id, (!)12.
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WILLIAM G. SHARP, DEMOCATI
It must bo a gtcat satisfaction to the
pcoplo of tho six counties composing
tho Fourteenth congressional district,
Knox, ItltUlnnd. Ashland, Monow,
Huron and l.otnln, to have such u
nan as William (1. Sharp to represent
them In tho national leglslatuie. Mr.
Sharp Is not nu ordinary man. Ho
has been a successful man In his pro
fession and In business which has
been attained in no small moauure by
tho careful attention ho always gives
to matters that he considers, and this
pqllcy, or rather habit, has character-
To East High Did Nf. Vernon
On Saturday By A Score Of
Columbus, O,, Oct. 7 Kast opened
their football season with a victory,
winning from Mt. Vernon Saturday by
a scout of Hi to 0. The visiting team
was not very stiong, tho Kast bncklleld
making big gains, but wero hindered
by fiequout fumbling. Mt, Vernon
gained tholr necessary ynrdH only two
or three times.
Past's first, senro came dining tho
llrst quaiter, when Hnmbllu received a
forward pass from Hurley and ran 20
yards for a touchdown. The goal was
kicked by Thurman, karlier In the
quarter Thurman attempted to drop
kick a goal fiom tho Hold, but It went
a toot under tho bar.
Tho second scoro was during tho
second quarter, when a safety was
made. Tho ball wus on Mt. Vcinon's
tO-vard line, In tholr possession. Their
centor passed the ball over Vunco'a
hottd, who was going to punt, and It
rolled behind the goal line Vance ie
covered It, but Couitnoy fell on hi in ho-
foie ho could move. The third and last
score was made when Schory can led
tho ball over the goal lino in the last
tow minutes of play.
Mots or the blast players showed up
well, especially Hambllu, II. Schory
and Harley on tho offonse. Thurman
punted two or three tlmos and pulled
oft somo fine kicks. He nlso played a
lino game on tho defensive. Courtney
and Vorys nlso showed up well on the
Tho boyH who played the best game
for Mt. Vernon were Heedcr, Vance,
Porter and Arnold. Tho visitors did
not try a forward pass during tho
whole game. Lineup:
East. t Mt. Vernon.
Oochenbach, I. e Arnold, 1. e.
Courtney, 1. 1 Poland, 1. 1.
Turpey, Patton, I, g Hansom, I. g.
Petors, Vor) h, o Poi ter, i
Thurman, Holmes, r, g Smith, r. g.
II, Courtney, r. t. ........ Kramer, r. t,
Puller, Meech, r. e Clayton, r. e.
Hurley, Murphy, q. b Kwalt, p. b.
Moros, I, h , Sapp, "r, h.
Hamblln, r. h Vance, r, h,
Schory, f . b. . . . , , . , . Kocdor, f. b.
Touchdowns Hamblln, Schory.
(lonls from touchdown Thurmnu, -.
Missed goal from lleldT-Tliurmnn,
Safety Vance licferue l.lttle of
Woslovnn. Tlmo of quniteis- 10 min
utes. Mr, and Mrs. N. M. WiUht of l.iibt
Itimlriei' streot went Io Dehiuaie,
Ohio, Monday moiulug to visit with
their daughter, Mrs, .1, W Wolfley.
C CANDIDATE FOR CONQRE83MAN
bed his courso from the day he en
tered congress, until he litis lomo to,bo
recognized among the leaders of that
body and to oxercise u potential Influ
ence on legislative matters. The peo
ple of thu Fourteenth ilistilct are (a
bo congratulated over tho fact that
they havo tho opportunity of continu
ing tho services of Mr. Sharp at Wash
ington, an opportunity they will no
doubt find great pleasure in taking nil
vantage of on olccllon dny, for they
rccognizo tho fact that the experience
he has had will nnder hm all tho
more valuable to them.
FOR THOSE WHO
WISH TO TEACH
1. By whom were the following
books written: "Deertcd Village",
"Robinson Crujoe". "Gulliver's Trav
el", "Pickwick Papers", and "faery
2. Who were the o-callcd "Lake
School" poets? Mention an import
ant poem by each.
3. Name live of the best known fe
male writers of the presdnt day.
4. Write a short account of the life
tnd works, of Henry W, Longfellow.
5. Explain your method of teaching
reading to an eighth grade clas, taking
"The Village lllacksmith", as a model
6. Write three short quotation from
Shakespeare's work, naming the work
from which e.ich W taken.
7. What works made Washington
Irvin? famoui as a writer of fiction?
8. Who wrote the following; "Than
atopsis", "Snow-Hound", "The Alham
bra''. "Locksley Hall" and "The House
of Seven Gables"?
1. What is cartilage? Where is car
tilage found in the human body?
2. Name and locate the bones of the
3. What are votuntacy muscles?
What muscles of the body are invol
4. Point out definitely the evil effects
of alcoholic beverages upon the human
5. Name the teeth of the permanent
set, and state the number' of each.
6. Trace the circulation of the blood
from the lungs until it returns to the
7. btate clearly the most important
points in the laws that prohibit or limit
the sale of intoxicating liquors in Ohio.
8. Define tvmpanum, systole, suture,
pylorus, and pia mater.
1. What is the area jn acres, of a cir
cular park whose circumference is a
racetrack one mile jn length?
2 A man walked S miles in 45 min.
IS sec.; then 41-2 miles in 1 lir. 5 min.
45 sec. j then 5 miles in I hr. 19 min. 50
sec". Vhat was his (.average time for
walking one mile?
3. The cost of irlsbring a factory
worth $11400, at 13-5 per cent, was
WtO. What fracjion of the value
4. A man owed a debt of $1,26360 of
which 1-3 was payable in cash, 1-3 in 8
mo. and the balance in 16 mo. If
money was worth 6 per cent., what was
the present value of lie entire debt?
5. The amount of)$660 for 2 years,
10 months, 24 days was- $755.27. What
was the rate?
6. Which is better, and-hy what per
cent, to buy 71-2 per' cent, stock at 120,
or 4 1-2 per cent, stock at 75?
7. If the cost of an article had been
8 per cent, less the,, gain would have
been 10 per cent. more. Find the per
cent, of gain. '4
8. A railroad train, runs two rods per
second. In what timelwill it run 50
L What is mode? 'T)cfine the modes.
Define the six tenses.! ' "
2. Wiite the principal parts of the
following verbs; lu'vc, he, be, dare,
and lead, t)jks
3. Parse the italicized .'words of the
following sentences, i
(a) We arc or Htariitfhraven by sea
as by Luiil, rt
(b) He that aot(ulilmself to be a
worm must not complain if he is trod
den on yp
4. Diagram the sentences of number
5. What is voice? Of what class of
Verbs is it a modification? Name and
define the two voices.
6. Write the plural of each of the fol
lowing nouns: chaise, lens( veto, solo,
two, fairy, staff, and gulf.
7. Illustrate. five different offices of a
t 8. Explain the office of the, expletive
. Illustrate the different positions of
a noun clause used as object comple
UNITED 8TATE8 HISTORY,
(Including Civil Government.)
1. Write a short account of the first
settlements o,f Ohio. Where was the
first capital of Ohio located?
2. What were the causes of "The
Boston Massacre"? (Relate the story
in youi own language.)
3. When the new republic of the
United States was formed, two political
parties developed. What were their
names and for what principles did each
4. What caused the duel between
Aa-.Sn Burr and Alexander Hamilton?
Do you believe that Burr was a traitor
Io his country? Why?
5. What amendments to the Consti
tution of Okio were defeated at the
& What was Grovcr Cleveland's
tariff poller? Name the four principal
tariff revisions that have been passed
since Cleveland was President? '
7. Name the States of the United
States that have been admitted to the
Union since the Civil war.
8. What qualifications arc necessary
for a person to be eligible to be elected
to the United States Senate? Name
the United States Senators from Ohio
Copy the following quotation as a
specimen of o.ir best penmanship:
I homeward turned from out the
That r mil I heard not in my room;
But st ..dcnly a sound, that stirred
(Within my very breast, I heard.
It was my heart, that like a sea
Withili my breast beat ceaselessly;
But like the waves along the shore,
It said "Dream on!" and "Drc.un
no more!" Qurl'u.
Based in part on Carver's "Principles
f Kural Economics".
1. What arc the fundamental indus
tries of our nation? Upon what does
the success of any industry depend?
2. Why have agriculture, hunting
and fishing lost ground in the past?
How may these industries be renewed?
3. What is the average value per acre
of the farm land in your community?
How does this value compare with
values ten years ago? Account for
4. What soils arc best for permanent
pastures and meadows? Give your
reasons for your answer.
5. What is the most important
function of lime On soil? How do you
tell the need of lime?
6. What is an insecticide? A fungi
cide? 7. Name three of the most serious in
sect pests of your county. How may
each be controlled?
8. What is crop rotation? Plan a
three-year and a livc-year rotation.
1. Name and locate five large cities
that arc ports of the Mediterranean
2. What large rivers drain the greater
pot, ion of Europe? Into what body of
water docs each'tlow?
3. What is the approximate area and
f lobulation of Asia? Name the twoa
argest cities of Asia. '
4. Name four of the principal ports
of Asia, and mention the chief exports
5. What are the two largest and two
smallest states of the United States?
What is the area of Khode Island?
6. Describe the commerce between the
United States and the South American
7. Where in Ohio is "Flint Ridge".
"Serpent Mound", "Fort Ancient", and
8. Name the counties that touch the
county in which you liv e, and the county
scat of each.
THEORY AND PRACTICE.
Based in part on Gravel' "Educators
of Three Centuiies".
1. Graves savs, "Milton's educational
position was that of humanistic and
social realism which prepared the way
for sense realism". Explain,
2. What is meant by inductive reas
oning? Illustrate by an example.
3. Does a common school education
increase the earning power of the aver
age person sufficiently to justify the
time spent in school? Discuss this
question in full.
4. Do children become stronger mor
ally after attending the elementary
schools? justify jour answer.
5. When, how and for what period of
time are members of boards of educa
tion of township, village and special dis
6. Boards of education have their
' Rugs, Wall
Big values In Bugs and a cleaii
stock of Wall Papers for Fafi?j
Bargains In wlioit lengths of
Linoleums and OH Cloths. ..
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Wc have placed on sale our Fall line of HNMID
OR LINENS. The 'same qualities that have mado
oui' linen dept. supreme for 30 years.
! Thrift and luxury go hand in hand in buying
HUMIDOR LINENS the most perfect satin Dam
l asks in all the newest and privately owned designs
I made from the best flax by the world's best manufac
turers, whether they are $1.00 per yard or $3.00. They
need no other recommendation than the word HUMI
DOR. Good linen will outwear double the quality of
I poor linen. You pay just as much for every yard of 5
: poor linen as you are asked for HUMIDOR Linens,
5 which are the best Iniens it is possible to make. J
! The J, S. Ringwalt Co. I
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money in diffcrenl funds such as tuf
tion. contingent, and sinking funds.
Explain the purpose of each of these
7. Do you favor offering prizes as an
incentive for good work? Why?
8. What is the minimum length of the
school year allowed by law for elemen
tary schools of Ohio?
1. vvnat is the difference between a
consonant and a vowel? What two
What is the difference between
sounds has y? ,
2. When two vowels combine in one
sound, is that sound usually long or
3. Write five Latin and five Greek
prefixes and give the meaning of each.
4. Write the plurals of the following:
datum criterion, genus, larva, crisis,
focus and sackful., . jh..,
5-10. Spell: separator, alfalfa, elig
ible, hemorrhage, iodine, Marseilles,
firkin, chattel, nuisance, perpetrate,
promiscuous, vicinity, indelible, fraudu
lent, prestige, avarice, liquefy, malle
able, tacit, initiatory.
HIGH SCHOOL AGRICULTURE.
Based in part on Carver's "Principles
of Rural Economics".
1. In your opinion is the agricultural
discontent increasing in vour section of
the Mite? Discuss in full.
2. What is the social result of large
farms and tenants? What is the ten
dency toward having large farms in
3. Is the land value per acre increas
ing in your county? Account for the
conditions that exist.
4. What is a good yield per acre of
the following grains and vegetables:
wheat, oats, corn, onions, potatoes, and
5. How Jshould seed potatoes bt
thoscn? Seed corn?
6. -What is green-manure? What
irops are helped most by green-manure?
7, Name three of the worst weed pests
of your locality, and explain the best
way to combat each pest.
8. Is lime a fertilizer? When should
lime be applied to soil?
Old School Books.
After Toxaa gets through selecting
new series of school test books
careful census of the material will
show that they have nothing In hand
that Is superior to the blue-back spell
ing book and Harvey's grammar of 3
years ago. Galveston News.
Msals on the Farm.
One can not be too grateful to the
eminent professor who assailed farm
food that he didn't Include griddle
cakes, doughnuts, pies aad apple paa
The Arnold Store
Lighting fixtures In all styles
,for gas and electricity.
"" Globes, Mantles and Burners
at lowest prices. - ,.
Inverted Oas Burners com
plete 2." cents. ,
Mt. Vernon, Ohio
Kansas Cltv, Mo Oct. 7 Tho
Amerlcnn aoronautn who will contest
iu the International balloon raco for
tho Oordon Bennett trophy In Ger
many tho latter part of this month
left today for New York, enrouto to
Europe. They are H. F. I.ang, and H
E. Honeywell, who will pilot the bal
loon "Undo Sam," and John Watts
and A. T. Atherbolt, who will man
age tho "Kansas City II."
Really a necessity In every
kitchen. After you have one a
while, you'll wonder how In tho
world you ever got along all
thoBO years without one.
Tho "Universal" cuta the food
does not mash It and you
can reglate It to cut fine, coarse
96c to $1.98
Apple Parens, 75c
Bogardut & Co.
i0 Years on W. Side Sq.
Glass and China
Star cut straight glasses,, 90c
Star Cut Bell Shaped glasses,
Now Fall Patterns In 100 pes,
and open stock Dinner Ware at
HI jpjjSoy , ul
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