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Danville, Ohio, June 13 A slight
Injury sustained one week ago by Par
ian Larue. Rlchert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rlchert, who reside north
of this place, caused his death at 11
o'clock Friday morning. The wound
became Infected In a few days and
tetanus developed. A rusty nail Is
thought to have been the object upon
which the lad Btepped when the wound
Harlan, eight years of age, was dar
ing' in his father's barn when he steiv
ped upon some sharp object. The
wound was slight and little attention
was paid to it at the time. A few days
ago; .however, It began to cause trouble
and a physician was called in attend'
aace. After the infection had set in
It continued to grow worse and a ron
aultatlon of physicians was held. Noth
lag could be done and lock-jaw re
for Bfxwe.ll CMMKemt
0f MHIer Tp. ScbMb
The following is the program for
tke Boxwell commencement for the
Morgan township schools to occur on
Thursday evening, June 19, at tee
Owl Creek church:
Invocation Rev. A. L. Wiseman.
James Russell Lowell David Earl
The Well of St Keyne-Eaeanor
North "American Indians Clew
Bell. "'',.:" ""'
Work Done for Humanity David
Music Violin Solo.
Sand Will Do It Florence Klrkpat
rlck, Sailors and Drifters Vernon E. Cut
llson. M uslc Orchestra.
Thoughts . on 7mmortallty Carl O.
Music Violin Solo.
Class Address Supt J. S. Alan.
Presentation 'bf Certificates.
Benediction Rev, A. L. Wiseman.
Music by the Philharmonic Orches
tra, vHarold Ahrendf, leader.
Injured Was Boy When Wagon
Ran Over Him
George, the ybung. son of Mr. and
Mrs. John Lafever of, South Vernon,
was badly injured while trying to
climb upon a wagon loaded with lum
ber at about 9:30 o'clock Friday morn
ing. He placed his foot upon the lock
in front of the rear wheel and tried
to grasp the top of the pile of lumber
with his hands. His hold, was insecure
and he' fell to the ground alighting
upon his back. , Before he could es
cape from his position the rear wheel
passed over his abdomen and It is
feared that internal injuries were ous
tain'ed. Dr.. B. C. Deeley was called
PEACE WARRANT ISSUED
A peace Warrant was' sworn' out be
fore Justice of the Peace George it,
Harter by Mrs. Viola 'Harris for her
husband, Charles Harris, Friday
Hiornlng. The warrant waa served by
Constable Alex fiuiapus. Harris fur
nished a 1100 bond for his appearance
for hearing on Monday' morning, June
16th,, at o'clock;
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IF YOUR CHILDREN "
ARE DELICATE OR FRAIL
i mnthr-tMm or umhrW9ight
Ui aturoV growth. "
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BILL PAVES WAY
FOR SECOND QUIZ
HtMry Sacks RMevra) tf hMlry
Into "Money Trust,"
DISCOUNTS THE PUJO PROBE
Texas Congressman, Declares It Bare
ly Scratched the Surface of the
Pacts Underlying Control of Money
and .Credit Claims Wall Street
Behind Present Movenant.For Cur
Washington; June 14. Representa
tive Robert T. Henry of Texas, chair
man of the house committee on rules,
presented a bill designed to pave the
way for a renewal of the Inquiry into
the so-called money trust.
In a statement accompanying the
bill, Mr. irenty declares that Wall
street conspirators are back of the
present movement for banking and
currency legislation and that "their
only aim Is to pass the Aldrlch bill,
veneered over so as to fool the peo
ple of the United States."
Whether Mr.NHenry Intended it or
not, his bill and the accompanying
statement are accepted as a .declara
tion of war by radical Democrats on
the Democratic plan to put through
a banking and currency revision bill
at this cession of congress.
The bill introduced by Mr. Henrv
gives the house the sole vls.itational
power over national banks and other
financial institutions exercised by the
courts and the comptroller of the cur
rency. The bouse leaders are- said to be
hostile to a renewal of the money
trust investigation and will do every
thing possible to have the Henry bill
pigeonholed in the banking and cur
rency committee, to which it was re
ferred. Mr. Henry announced, how
ever, that he would make every effor
to have the .bill reported. If the com
mittee refuses to act. Mr. Henry mav
appeal to the caucus. Such a course
would undoubtedly open the question
between the radicals and the con
servatives in such a way as possibly
to defeat the plans of the administra
Mr.. Henry In bis statement .says:
"The Introduction of this bill means
that I think that further Investigation
of the money trust should be Imme
diately begun. The Pujo committee
barely scratched the surface of thi
facts underlying the concentration of
control of money and credit. v
"With that investigation scarcelv
begun, the comptroller of the cur
rency, shielding the great bankers
and their questionable dealings from
exposure, the Wall street bankers are
now demanding legislation on the
currency queEtion in order that they
mr.y moke a market for their com
mercial paper and have currency Is
sued on their assets.
"The Democratic doctrine la that all
ji'nper which is made a legal tender
for public and private debts, or which
is payable as dues to the United
Etutf.u, shall lie issued by' the govern
ment of the United States and shall
be redeemable In coin. I am utterly
opposed o the banks Issuing and con
trolling the currency in any guise."
PUTS SOLON OUT
Dry Leader In Illinois Assembly
Is Victim ol Assault.
Springfield, 111., June 14. A riot
was narrowly averted In the house, of
representatives of the Illinois legisla
ture when Representative Thomas N.
Gorman of Peoria assaulted Repre
sentative George S. Wilson of Qulncy,
the dry leader In the bouse, and
knocked him down. Speaker 'McKlu
ley finally succeeded in restoring or
der and preventing a tree-for-all fight
on the floor between the friends of
I. Gorman and Wilson.
While a member was making a
speech, Representative Wilson ba'l
gone to 'thef rear of the hall and was
talking to several Democratic dry.
When Representative Gorman, in
tones loud enough to be beard
throughout the' ball of . representa
tives, called to him, saying:. "Get out
of here, you piker. Go back where
Wilson's reply, which later. caused
the astault, was' not loud enough to
be heard, but when Wilson started
back to his seat a few moments later
he encountered Gorman. No words
were passed, but with, one blow to
Wilson's jaw, Gorman knocked him
The trouble between Gorman and
Wilson is the first outbreak or ex
tremely bad reeling that has been
growing for several days In the
WMdsn ipoon. ...
It ts wisest to nse awoodeFsJMWii fsr
aidsiotr compound, whl-rh
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fif linl CnttUn To It
The Ohio rural life survey has been
resumed, it Is a continuation of a
state-wide study or rural conditions
which begun last summer, a prelim
inary report or which 'has recently
been published under the title of
"Church Growth In Ohio." A copy ot
this pamphlet may be had upon ap
plication to Mr. Felton. Other reports
will be published late.
The work is, as before, under the
advisory council made up of represen
tatives ot religious and educational
institutions. Pres. W. O. Thompson ol
OMo State University Is the chair
man. Dr. W. tf. Wilson, superintend
ent of the Preybyterlan Dcpt. o
Church and Country Life, continues a
director' of the survey. Last summer
the Y. M. C. A., the American Sunday
school union and twelve different de
nominations took part In the work, ,int
men were furnished for Field Inevat.i
gation by eight colleges and univer
sities. Altogether the survey was car
ried on In 21 counties, and 65 men
were engaged In the field work. Ten
colleges are already making plans to
cooperate In the survey this summer.
Last summer the work was consld
erubly advanced through the help of
local ministers. By a house-to-house
canvass of their parishes or their
townships they were able not only to
furnish valuable material for the sur
vey itself, but to get a knowledge
or their field that they could- not
otherwise have' obtained. To Illus
trate, as a result of his work, one min
ister found a far lower percentage ol
people belonging to any church thnn
he had imagined, and he has since
o'gnnlzed a Sunday school and church
in a part or his township where there
".ere no church facilities. Another
minister has made a map of his com
munity on which every house Is loca.
ed and colored according to whetner
the family belongs to a church or no.
In this way the religious sndltions o.'
the community Is kept before the
church In a vivid way, and its work
can be carried on more systematical'
If any minister Is willing to spend a
week or ten days In a canvass of hu
pariah or township he will be furufah.
ed with blanks free of charge, ana
one jf,the experienced Survey men
will visit him, explain methods an1
help him start on the work. The
only thing asked of him Ib that he
send In bis results. A written report
of such a survey would be of great
value to his County newspapers and
to the' church papers of his denomina
tion. It Is also suggested that he ho'rt
a one-day country life conference for
the presentation and discussion of his
The most up-to-date books on conn
try life topics may be borrowed fom
the state librarian at Columbus for
slxt months, express charges being tho
All correspondence relative to this
woik should be sent to Ralph A. Fel
ton, Field Director, Wooster, Ohio.
Ffederlcktown In A One
sided Game Of Baseball
In a game or base ball that turned
put to be a farce, the, local Y. M. 0.
A. team, leaders of the Saturday af
ternoon league, defeated Frederick,
town at Riverside park by a scoro ot
16 to S. The visitors' first run came
In the first Inning when the first bat
ter tripled and counted on a wild pitch
Two more were scored In the fifth but
were merely handed out by the local
lads who were possessors of an (in
surmountable' lead. In the ninth. Wont
on, the Y. M. C. A. center fielder, went
In the box and pitched fairly Well.
His team mates, however, helped the
farce along by purposely missing sev-
Aral aaav' tianna tnv a mitnilt
V.M. ..-. WNMMWW w. . B.H w.
Norrlok pitched the first eight In
nlngs and started Into the game with
the expectation of. working hard. The
comparative strength of the two teams,
soon became apparent, however,andhe
ease'd up and lobbed them over. Ths
Frederlcktdwn pitcher worked wpII,
but his support was miserable.
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Fr Infiuts a&d Children.
Tb Mlsaf Vast IUm llviaus Dtuk&
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BY ATRACTION CAR
Twi Wiifi and i Man KHW
Columbus, O., June 14. Miss Adah
Zeller and her sister, Mrs. Cora Cllck
enger, were Instantly killed, and tho
lntter'a husband, Albert S. Cllcken
ger, a retired farmer, was so badly
injured he died not long afterward,
when an automobile In which the
three were riding was struck by an.
outbound Scioto Valley traction car
at Lockbourne road, a few miles
south or the city..
Mr. and Mrs. Cllcklnner lived on a
farm near Valley Croeslng. He la o'i
years old and his wife was about flvi
years his junior. Mies Zeller made
her home at 857 Franklin avenue, this
city. She was In the early twenties.
The Impact of the car was terrific.
The "'bodies of the women were liter
ally torn to pieces and they were
scattered along the track for 75
yards. The man was thrown Into the
soft mud and this alone saved his llf.
One theory advanced for the cause
of the accident Is that Mr. Cllckenger
waa watching the Hocklnr Valle
railway tracks, not far away, and did
not see the traction car. The road
crosses the railway tracks near the
-place where the tractloa three-rail
IN GERMANY GRAVE
Money HardtoGetand Morltaf es
Berlin, June, 14. The most optlmls
tic judges of Germany's money mar
ket and the general financial situa
tion are obliged to admit that the
conditions are critical. Mortgages
which hitherto were regarded as gilt
edged are .becoming dally more un
placeable. Money is difficult to get
for first mortgages even at an ap
praisement of 40 per cent value, while
money for second mortgagee simply
can not be obtained.
There Is a growing fear of a greater
industrial crisis Owing to the long
credit upon which business Is largely
done and the Inability to make collec
tions. Locally it in only the concert
ed action of the banks that is pre
venting a disastrous collapse in thn
real estate and building markets, for
which meney Is practically unobtaln
able owing to the very unhealthy
kind of building speculation. Socialist
talk of a general strike adds to ths
Although there are 2,600,000 people
in Berlin, and families ot five and
seven persons are living in fiats of
one room and a kitchen, there are
over 80,000 vacant flats in the city.
Many new blocks of flats areunder
foreclosure before they are finished,
and others are still unfinished be
cause the builders are unable to get
any more money.
A bill now before the relchstag In
cludes an extra income tax for mili
tary purposes and exempts only in
comes ot less than $700.
X FEMALE PEDESTRIAN
WOULD BEAT WESTON
Mlddletown, N. Y June 14.
Edward P. Weston, the pedes
trian, who Is walking from New
York to Minneapolis, will have
a female competitor, who agrees
to start out now and beat Wes
ton to Minneapolis If someone
can be found who will offer
I some Inducement for her to do
so. The female pedestrian is
Mrs. Maria B. Chester ot West
Brookvllle, Orange county, who T
, states that she frequently walks
oft mil en Aaw oviif rtmiiH rin
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even better, sne is 40 years oia
' and often walks from her home
to this city and back In day, a
; distance of 30 miles.
KILLED BY TROOPS
Alleged Asicsslp of Grand Vtzlsr Dies
With. Boots On.
.Constantinople, June 14. Zla Bey,
one pt the men wanted in connection
with the assassination of - Grand
Vizier Shevket Pasha, was killed
when' the house In which he had
taken refuge was stormed by troops
under Uilmi Effendl. Zla Bey and
several others believed to have been
Implicated In the assassination barri-
i caded themselves in a house and re
fused to surrender.
JESSE TAYLOR'S NEW JOB
Director of Organization of National
Columbus, 0 June 14. 'Jesse Tay
lor' ot Jamestown, O., editor ot "Bet
teftRoads" and president of. the Ohio
Uooa ,lcnao werauon, nas uecn
elected national , .director of organize
4.B4tB HB. r
C. The duties
MR. AN1 MRS. MARCONI
Wireless Vl.-ard Here to
Lesk After His Ncv Station,
Qatfielmo Marconi, Inventor of wireleae
teUgraphy. I perfecting plana to unite
the .United Htateaand Europe by hla.aya
toaa. Tbe American end of the plant la
nntar construction at Belmar, N. J. The
JCarppean end wilt be at Carnarvon. Walea.
Mrs. Marconi acoompnla her huabnnd to
"la tbe.patlent out of danger yetT
"Well, not altogether. The trained
pnrte Is still with blm'-Bt Louis
We are queer people. Most of ua
Are, bitny making grouchy craeka
And envying the lucky curs
Who haa to pay an Income tax.
If We had fortunes. Just aupponr.
And came within, the law we'd say
The only lucky fellows were those
Who had no Income tax to pay.
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Made possible by a clean, convenient cook-stove.
Strike a match, touch it to ;the wick, and you
have the right heat for cooking anything, with
out overheating the kitchen.
No coal or wood. No dirt or ashes
The Ncv Perfection is made with 1, 2, 3 or 4 burners.
Indicator sh"',7,i ho murh oil is in the tank. .
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iUr't. -rSUudtri Oil Ctttti Tint Wf Utttluu.
THE STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Cleveland Columbug Cincinnati
Ths fatisnt Public.
W are wnltlnir for n tyrtrm
Thnt will ink tli trust and twltt'tm
Till Ihflr Folno are cnturr1 In tb pub
White the rich ray H' the tx
Ami tht price of ttilnr relaxes
And we'll nvrr hv lo piect un)u it
mnnili. We are waiting, Are waltlns.
With a courage unntntlriB
For the simple ttandardi that we -knew
We have felt the fond elation
Of n glorlnux expectation.
And If nectsMiry we can wait tome mora,
Thought So Toe.
Church During tbe Inst century war
canned the death or over 3U.U0O.00O of
Uotbum-I didn't think tbe civilized
men went to war.
"Ob. yes thpy do."
"1 thought they stayed at borne and
sold tbe government tbe canned meat
and things." Yonkers 8tateman.
Former Ohio State Official In Crit
Deriance, 0 June 14. William
Klrtlcy, Jr., Is in a critical condition
as the result of a stroke ot paralysis
following an nttack of apoplexy. He
Is unconscious most of the time. KIrt
ley was a prominent politician, serv
ing a number of years as Republican
member ot the state board of public
A large number of the members of
tbe'Eastern Star of this city attended
the inspection or Ann Hill chapter at
Fredericktown on Thursday evening,
The grand worthy matron was present
and Inspected the chapter.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned has been appointed aad
qualified administrator of the estate ot
late ot Knox county, Ohio, deceased,
by tbe probate court ot said county.
May 29, 1913.
S. C. HORN, Aamr.
James Rock' ot Fredericktown died
at the tuberculosis hospital at th
Knox county Infirmary at 10 o'clock
Thursday night after a long Illness ol
tuberculosis. He had been a patient
at 'the hospital for a period of one
week previous to his death. He was
47 years of age and is survived by hl
wife, one son and two daughters. The
remains were taken to Fredericktown
for tbe funeral and' interment.
Clark's King Razor
With two blades for
See them in our window
LOREY'S DRUG STORE
115 So Main St. :: Sign of the Owl Clock
Nyal's Face Cream
25c & 50c
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HAD MUCH PAIN
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Vegetable Compound rmmI.
Hr a WH Woman.
CWpnewa Falls, Wia.-"I have !.
ways had great confidence In Lydfe K. '
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found it very good
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and recommend it:
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ache and pains
when standing, oav
mv feet foe an',,'
length of time, when f'
I began to take thv ,,
medicine, bat I am
In fine health now. If I ever have thote ,
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Providence, R. I." I cannot speak,
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ders for me aad I would not be without-
it I had organic displacement and.,
bearing down pains and backache and;
was thoroughly run down when I took
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- .'
pound. It helped me and I am In the
best of health at present I work In s,
factory all day long besides doing my
housework so you can see what it hast
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At Mt. Vernon, In the Stats of Oh Is,
at the close of business,
June 4, 1913
Loans and discounts 374,252.02
OverdraftH, secured and unse
cured , , i.
U. S. bonds to secure circula
tion Other bond to' secure postal
Bonds, securities, etc i.
uanKine noose, rurniiure, ana
Pue from National
banks (not reserve
agents) ....V..r...t 140.81
Due from state and
Erivate banks and
ankers, trust com
panies, (and savings
.banks A., 1,960.96
Due from approved re
serve aKents 107.9M.3S
Checks and other
Cnull Items 3,513.23
Xotes nf other Na
tional banks 7,000.00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
Lawful money reserve
In bank, viz:
Ipal-tender , notes... 3,000.00
Redemption fund with IT. S.
treasurer (5 per cent or circu
Capital stock paid In t 100.000.00
Surplus fund 20,000.00
Undivided profits, less expenses ,
and tnxps paid 19,iC0.43
National bank notes outstand- ..,
Due to state and pri
vate banks and
bankers ...8 135.G2
subject to check.... 515,313.92
Demand certificates of
Certified checks 10.00
roPoV!,s .f... imso woi-jr
Ilonds borrowed SO-i'TOOO
Heservcd for taxes v hM.vs
State of Ohio, County of Knox, as: .
I. Wm. A. 'Ack.Tman, Cashier of ths
above-named bank, do solemnly wear
thnt the above statement lj true to tnt
best of mv knowledge and beliefs
WM. A. ACKERMAN. Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me tills
12th dav of June. 1913.
R. B. ARMSTRONG. Notary PabUs.
C. F. COI.VILI.B.
HENRY C. DBV1N.
DESAULT B. KIRK.,
DE. G. C. ORIDER .
Office and residence 'corner
Gambler and Mulberry sts. Calls
answered day or night. Both
'phones, Citizens' 173 blue; Bell
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