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While the OUTLOOiC-FFIC- E Miss Jennie Elliott has return results of the storms and high" THE is water in this mtchens an' comparison county are light in I for sale. If anybody wants it let ea irom a visit tocounty. with their devasta- Soldier, in Carter him apply at once. tions in other parts of the coup- SHARES OF STOCK in the Owingsville Banking THIRTY-SIMrs. Kicnard (Jross and so JOHN W. HONAKER. Frank haveXreturned from their KnWhft T - The f"r valuUQUpe shares is $1UU, and they pay six per cent, ...... J Cash paid for Eggs at Racke winter's stay at Eustis. Florida: , j lid aiiiium. If JtttlO. Store. a4v II r i. t v vmii nir it m w:iht wmq ii nsi. airs. Annie mcnarus anu jhtss AVENUE. Each'contains Mrs. Wm. Roberts died at her Laura 'ge of over fifty feet on the street. Very home west of town Sunday night a stay of several months in Flor-- getting into every house in town0.1 an acre and naa and compelling all the inhabi- desirable building ida. Sweet Peas and Nasturtium W. C. Harper, of Catlettsburg, tants to leave. A good deal of TVV RjjETpENCE at the forks of the seed m bulk at R. B. Brother's. visited his parents, Jas. Harper damage was done to buildings Owingsville & Salt Lick turnpikes, 33-ingsville & Wyon... adv and wife, on Prickly Ash, last ousehold goods od eaough for any family of moderate house ai Sherburne is on irround several A Decring: & Hamilton Disc Har- week. v acres. feet higher than Wyoming, yet means. The lot contains threeand v 37-- L. A. Byron's. h Mrs. HurstCJec and son Elliott, the water was several feetdeeb Owingsville Cemetery. Has adv LOT ONE .GOOD-SIZEof Hitchens, Carter county, are fa" corner posts wifU name r r , but name can be cut off. Coreets.hosier". kerchiefs, um visiting Mrs. Gee's mother, Mrs. brellas, neckwear, cheap at Mrs. Ida Elliott. JOHN W. HONAKER. while others had xp tdke tothe'J f adv EstM's. Mrs. C. W. Goodpaster has re-- ; upper stories. Ueports from bait Lick say the turned from a visit of several idence Burned. The res- All the latest styles of wall; The Blue Quail Again- .water was higher there than ev weeks to her mother, Mrs. of Jock Crouch, on Mink's per in great variety at T. ntonia, Texas, March 22, er betore, caused by the backwa' Run, two miles north of town, in Mt Sterling. Ferry & Co.'s. 8 adv Mr. vvilliams: Licking ter wa was destroyed by hre bunday My Dear Sir: Miss Ella Shrout, daughter of ter from Licking river. The Lowest prices on Matting, Mat from was also backed II am enclosing a clinninc from morning. ivThere was no one at A. r . bhrout, of west of town, up to Sam Maze s fence ting Kugs and Oil Cloth at the was taken to the hospital Lex in Polks-villsthel home when the fire started and at something never known be- a san Antoma pape 1 adv ington Tuesday Racket Store. bject of this lette arcej all the household goods were lost for treatment for fore. What traveling was done si o: the Frankfort S' .nal's Neighbors saved the meat in the Ribbons, laces, cloves. Ten appendicitis. the high nle,as t he smokehouse but the lard was per cent discount on all goods Mrs. John Thomas, oi.Mays-vill- in Salt Lick duringin boats. wa- ir formation is most ter had to be done The origin of the fire is not blue 38-- tf tl at Mrs. Estill's. The town of Farmers was also q e Mexican a whife having been run outbfher ,u There was $700 insur-:rd ail is not pugr the house and 200 on The very early gardeners will home by the flood, came Wednes- under water, and as the river bi t is on good term- - allu ttoSuC. runs on both sides of that afe freely with the bob white ' probably have to do most of their day to spend a few days with her stents. Drotner-m-iafiow the people are put to great t I lsl season .1 lnaa two pairs ' i i iuanc nomas. work over again ta oi . Whitton sold Judge A. ' as well as being in between the Mexican 0. M. Morgan, wife and Miss oks a calf to be delivered Don't fail to see Oliver Fam ue quail and bob white, arid about the first of July for $27.50. ous Riding Cultivator, for sale by Gertrude O'Neil. of Dayton, Ky., hi high water. Two thousand ey from their mating ot the 0 adv came last week to visit the form- (logs that escaped at Farmers and .E. L. & A. Byron. er's mother, Mrs. Milllie Sweet, which it was expected would be irds in their wild tate, not fi Clarence Power is rebuilding We sell Deering Binders. Mow- - and his brother E. W. Morgan. They w " -- ry the telephone lino between here stopped ancLlanded at Sherburne,, aptivity. ji-."i I ha and Salt Lick. itaices. tr.ers ana my & A. T. Byron. Moore, of Cincinnati, i but they passed that place in the y- Lee E, L. game park here (i 'r bobby T .! i? xurs. jose A creat many silos will be built visiumr nis motner If d'er. pf.ersants, in this county this year. Ginghams, percales, muslins phine Moore.ll Lee expects to Slate from Forge Mill up to stocked with nave TSt Of quan, ue. Ivsgaiines, white goods in grea join nis wile in a lew days at ascom s was reported higher blue Mexican quail in 'ont San Diego. Cal.. where he wil than ever known before. yard, as gentle prospect a while and if he lik good deal of fodder was dam- ens. almostare pinionv A adv f They it aged and some washed away. the country settle there. I wire Biz stock of Oliver Plow poin In this place T. a. Shrout'sand a a numbernetting of bob 8 and repairs at adv Ernest Harrison, of Morehead. J. M. Richart's barns were par-- also with them; and. all E. L. & A. T. Byron's. who has for many yeara worked tially unroofed. By virtue of execution No. 392 here periodically as best of terms. They4 irected to me. which issued from ' the time made many In the vicinity of Mt Pleasant fine eating. Ho For Sale or Rent: House and lot and during office of the B.fh ?. Cle-k- 's in Owingsville. Apply to Sam M. friends, will leave with his fam- Church a large barn belonging to got into circuV1 in fayor of 0. L. Steel Sterling, Ky. 36-ily for Arkansas City, Kansas. Trux Vice was blown down and ine. I am a Jackson, Mt nst'J. Carroll Hamilton J, or expects to make hi? where live in the V my deputies, will, The Kentucky Press Associa- - home inhe future. Mr. Ha were blown from their fcun- - pack of Walker h the will hold its annual session son has several mam ed tions and badly ca nae-i- . VAX, APRTT,19,l .3, the wolves go soi. at Olympian Springs June 9 to 13. daughters in the . I have.no omec u)C, 'n i m Sr i tr uneainam9 lormenyaAiu sas. ii . tne y. saw letter max r mt to "OR SALE. 39-4- 1- ;Z X k TTT i ? i .1 VrZu f. are the best I have them all sizes, and all the repairs for Vulcan Plows; a large stock of plow gearing of all kinds. Buy the Gall-- .' cure collars and protect the horse's shoulders. I can suit you in saddles and Harness of all kinds and all prices. "VTJLClsr PLOWS Owingsville. Ky. EUGENE MINIHAN any LOEvilic Herald - threo-eight- SIX-ROO- Ow-x-- nf tf - t. i e, well-bui- lt 4t !?Ji!l.i5SIISa D Enjoys the largest circulation In Kentucky because it the best newspaper In the State and the people kn ow It. Js 33-t- Mc-Alist- er, 39-4- .c Netos when it is Neto Besides giving the public the most reliable market reports as v ell as general news, The Herald's special features make it pre-- c ninent among Louisville newspapers. Special attention is called to Herbert Quick's masterful articles i rhich are now running serially in the Herald entitled - ( - 39-4- e, On Board the G.ood Ship l&irth sub- -, . m Back numbers of these articles free on request to all who scribe now. w 1 ed The Louisville Daily Herald and The Owingsvilfe Outlook both one year for . , 37-4- 'i s. w 40-acr- e. 1 yi. i t-- 1 No subscription can be taken for the Herald to be mailed to any town or city where that paper is delivered by 'carrier. 38-t- Sheriff's Sale Cir-Coi- SUBSCRIBE NOW. JOB PRINTING.. Why not have THE OUTLOOK do your print juh .we can ao it as wvn ana as cneupiy . ..t!4.-- f V hve it aone eisewnere, quantity anu q iwir, - ot 87-3- stone-cutte- r, irt 2 tf lav-mos- fy t h - V terlig f ' . r ... V Ud 9 X this list an?ee if there is.l'f sor ! 7ay i d.a.m jis this felt thanks 'o the friends and says neicbhors who so kindly assisted wno was us during the illness and on the exington death of our dear son Levi. greatly TlLMAtf RlPDLE AND FAMILY. onyears old. -l p. nn - t VlMlM V he claims that rr 3" ii i? democrat in tne aiaie Kentucky . Mr. Trimble is 90 - 11 frt ' Wa fnVo I W VMSIW method to express our heartTtTAKVR AMh h SVinnlflanr (Wr'nve years. ," who has had it in, place of J. ?sy its session Richards ,Yk Major J. M. Brother has been appointed by Gov. McCreary.a 'delegate to the Good Roads Contention to be held at Birmingham, Ala., in April. . ias. t. Bogie, aged 65 years. Hied Saturday at his home near - ML Sterling, after long suffering of diabetes. His wife and six children survive him.- - ' we are MITCHELL wagons. prepared to fill your orders for Just in Time. John L. Vice the Old Reliable Mitchell wagon, has a lot of tobacco in J. M. Rich- . art's warehouse. One afternoon y size. All guaranteed. 0 last week he glanced at the weathBykon. E. L. & A. T. .v er report and it warned him of stormy weather. Forthwith he Bixley will be Wanted. L. L. took out an insurance policy on atT. S. Shrout's Livery Stable his tobacco. Next morning in the Saturday, April 5. and wants to hardest storm of the season the buy a car-loof fat HORSES warehouse was partially unroofand MARES. Bnng them in. ed and the rain poured through p-37-4ad - younjr man by the name of Thompson, of the eastern part of Bath county, was tried in the Menifee Court last week onindict-men- t for false swearing and given a sentence of one.to five years in the penitentiary. The Weather. Following the heavy rains and windstorms of last week there were several days and nights of freezing and frosty weather. After which the tem perature arose, the wind contin uing disagreeably high most of the time. Reports are to, the effect that fruit is still unhurt on the highlands. -- A Sentencki' at Frenchburg. have Hies Daisy Harp, a lady of experience, in charge of my trim- PC PROFITABLE Fowls. Gran- v t, ming department I ask for a vine n uves near town. stone. wno if liberal share of your patronage: has five ducks that laid ten eggs it will oe greauy appreciates one day last week. He had them Mrs. D. S. Estill. in a pen and says there was no adv chance to be mistaken. Fi , a, Residence. State InCarl Manley has a hen that kpot r "rid Examiner Sherman makes a business of Iayincr two Qoh' a tr Mas bought of J. Mor eggs a day. A candidate for a can China 'for $5,600 the resi county office is authority for this dew at the corner of Third St story. iai Capitol Ave., Frankfort, and afcer making some repairs will Farmers' Union Store Sold. go to housekeeping. The Farmers'. Union Stock Co. store was sold Friday by order of Let-eAdvertised Letters. Court Sam T. Jackaddressed to the following the Federal Atchison. Newton A. son. J. L. remained uncalled for in the W. W. Williams and Da poetoffice April 1, 1913. Shrout vid Hehdrix being the highest .Those callmg for them will please bidders. The stock of goods inay tney are .aaverueea; voiced something over $6,000 and Wra. Rebins,Mrs. Nellie Mitch sold for $4,200. The store reell. Mrs... Bertha Koyse, Cecil opened Monday with' J. H. Mc Mayfield, Gregor, late of Odessa, as mana ' J. A. Barnes. P. M. ger. adv I To Patrons and Public. - on his tobacco, doing much dam- - a rs you and you .fcan quail. Refer such pec tt me, as I can asanome-Tovin- g lout blow. fall his parents give them a TDther fancier, Very truly alwVv here their boy C. Jacobs, JoV 1ie last days of was. , .old his parents he Deer Park PoU Vnch, San An- his illm lis world of suffer-an- d tonia, Texas, was tire v ing and was prepared the W. M. Resolutions. and willin. .o go at, his Savior's "vn of Bath call. Weep not, dear parents. Wardens and - M.: We. as you have nothing on "your part Lodge, No. 55, . 'Tlittri to to regret . You gave him kind the uhdersigne dja r of and close attention; you provided whom was refer cot, r.m-- , everything you thought to be for resolutions of re broth., his interest Levi never had an ory of our decet enemy. His friends were his ac- W. Emmons, w: XlieaAiar r . quaintances. He leaves father, 1913, beg leave to report as fol- mother, one bother, two neph- lows: That Br6. Emmons was born ews and a host of friends and relin Bath county. Ky., May 10. atives to mourn his departure. 1853. and died March 10, 1913, Just a little longer Till the twilight deeper grows. and upon whosex death we oner the following resolutions: Just a little longer, Be it resolved that in the unAnd we hope to meet him Where the gentle zephyr blows. fortunate and tragic death Bro. Emmons we are deeply sensible of the loss toi this lodge, to James McKee DEAblhJarnes the community and to his family, McKee, who went with, his' fam- and that his death was indeed unily from this place to Chicago a timely. few years ago where he has since That we reco'gnjzed in Bro. made his home, died at a hospital Emmons many Masonic virtues in 'that city Sunday. Mr. McKee in his dealings (With hi3 fellow-mefor his kindness and conhad been a sufferer from kidney trouble for years, and it was af- sideration for all with whom he ter' a surgical operation for that; came in contact, and especially disease that he died., Jas. Mc- do we commend; hfrri for his do- Kee was 64 - years- old and his mestic virtues his honesty and wife, who was Miss Hensely, of meekness, and' for his conscienMontgomery; county, and eight tiousness and 'fidelity to friends. Be it further resolved that we children survive him. Among his children are Arthur McKee, of extend to those of .his immediate thi3 town, and Mrs. Alex Conner, family our sincere sympathy, in who recently went from here to their bereavement and trust that ymbathy , and Chicago. Mr. McKee was well- - a full measi r J known and much liked here, hav blessings roai k given them ,A Father above. ing been' for many years in the Be!' furhtirresolvsathatthese employ of the Slate Creek .Iron; Co. He was a native of Monti'" resolution:? be spread tibon the " lodge and printed gomery county, ana waff a Drotn-e- r record. ingsville JOutlook, of Judge Clay McKee, bf.Mt;, in the and a p be sent to; his' family, Sterling. and th .t the. lodgerroom be 'suitaand thatthe "members. House Burned. Thr dwell- bly ing house ownetL.andoic dby Wft b usualbadge of mourri-- i Gay Shrout and wife f period of thirty days. 'Ales A. T. Byron. from Sharpsburg, on h ' netT was destroyed by ,fire . ud J. L. Atchison, nigfit The contents of the hou L. R. Slesser, were also destroyed. Thehpu, Cbrabiittee. frame- and wi was a nine-roo'". Mrs. Nannie Em? valued at $2,500. There was 1, 000 insurance on the 'house, bu Ed Barnes the tract s, nothing on the furniture. t by her of Mrs. Wm. Hart sold fifteen short distance shoats to Dud Spencer at 10c a ?he price pair1 is pound. Spencer sold part of the; iy shoats to Stanton Hamilton andi Hamilton afterward refused 11c a pound for his purchase. LOCK. .ering with J been a juf.th tubercul is, - s grave iraTriu I" me 40 yea. 3 gijat Don't ,'et. 'interfere with Thd u -- f ue Said mules levied on a property of J. Carroll hi. on a Tgrrjas: Sale will be m creWBpf three months, bond with apRtp'led security required, bear-iI'-o- lb? ddy of sale is $180.00. Bfc i.u. debt interest and a&jts on 'i J Pamphlets, y'ut writing papers in tablets with blotting papercoyer i . ui tin rvliius. uiauiv rui ye both rag and bond (or linen) writing pk ihruled (for typewriter), rag and .bond cJes? n) cei$ er annum from day of sale and having the force and effect This the 1st day of April, 1913. SETH BOTTS, Sheriff of Bath County. qfa-judgmen- crest at the rate of 6 per if sodesired. V Address THE OUTLOOK! OWiNQSVlLLE, t i COURIER-JOURNA- L WANT YOUR . . Eggs, Poultry, Hides, Rubber, Brass, Coppper, Lead, Zinc, etc, FOR 1913 ' Yoiviannot keep posted on current polit- ical events unless you read tlie ' COURIER-JOURNA- L (Louisville, Ky. HENRY WATTERSON, Editor) for which they will pay the highest cashjnarket price Water Street. Owingsville. Subscribe for The n, Outlook. A Democratic President 7 1 - ' by-ou-r did , . m - late'hus-"iJmmon- Kentucky, in Bankruptcy". In the matter of L. P. &. W. D.1 Bailey, a bankrupt On this the 31st day of March, A. D., 1913, on considering the petition of the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 31st day of March, A. D., 1913, it is ordered by the Court that a hearing be had upon the same on the 13th day of May, A. D., 1913, before said Court at Richmond, in said district at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published one time In the Owingsville Outlook, a newspaper printed in said and all known creditors and other persons in interest may appear at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, why the- prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. ' Witness the Hon. A. M. J. COCHRAN, Judge of said seal. Court and the seal therof, dis-.tri- ct, - In the District Court of Has been elected, and ah era of Prosperity has set in. the United States s, You can get op For the Eastern. District, AND - THE OWINGSYILLE Both one year for .Regular price of Weekly Courier-Journ$1.00 .a year: We can so make a'' special rate on Daily or bunday. Uouner-Journm imbination witn this paper. To get advantage of this cut rate, orders must be sent . us, not al al MB . f TREES, TREES, TREES, ORNAMENTAL PRU1T Strawberries, Shrubs, Hedging, FARM FOR SALE. 66 acres in nl sthani i Asparagus, Grapes, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, etc Everyat Richmond, in said dis- thing for Orchard, Lawn and trict, on the 31st day o. Garden. March. A. D., 1913. No Agents. Free Catalog. J. W. Menzies, Clerk, H F. HILLENMEYER & SONS By W. C. Bennett, D. C. Lexington, Ky. Owingsvillei adjoining tbe.Iands of E. H. Goodpaster.B. M. and Riley Chandler. :For: particulars call on or address ' Good-past- er . I will sell privately ray farm of the western part of . 26-- tf '. C. S: - 0wing3viHe Ratldt ' Ky..-- . - I J DEATH LIST IMQ 1 ' I - . B REACHES FIVE HONOR 1 THE FLOOD ! OHIO RIVER. HAVOC OF GREATEST DISASTER The crest of tl was In the neigh natl Monday. The river belc tinues to rise si at 7 p. m. Mondt Cincinnati 69.1, 50 feet; Loulsvll phlo flood wave hood of Cincin- ty. nAmlLIUNd tuadjp v-- AAAH FLOOD DAMAGE AMOUNTS TO MlCuDNS, Business Sections of Dayton, Middletovn, Hamilton, Zanesville and Other Ohio Cities Almost Completely Wiped Qut of Existence By Flood and Fire Loss of Lives Greatest' in Dayton and Columbus , Million Dollar Relief Fund Raised Property Loss Reaches MillionsRailroad Traffic Completely Paralized No Trains In or Out of Cincinnati With Mail and Express Matter For Over a Week Ohio River Reached Stage 69-Foot IN HISTORY ! OF UNITED STATES Cfnrtnnnil fnn. The stages jyu as follov ag ni, nooa J.1., rising floou vIlIV. 45, stage 28 flood stage 35 fe ing, flood stage 35.8, rlsng, flood The Tennessee at a stage "3 35 feet; Ev Cairc 51.3, r i. feet; lempii.a. r'"ng. Two hundred persons are dead; 50,000 were maroonDAYY0N, 0. ed i" factories, business blocks and homes; 15 square miles of the city HtK from 6 to 25 feet under water. Several blocks destroyed by fire. HAMILTON, 0. Sixty persons drowned; great destruction of CLompion Coated Paper Co. plant partially destroyed by fire. prop-'- (. IS FAR GREATER THAN THE FIRST? ESTIMATES INDICATED IT TO BE. Lives Lost May Reach 2w., chants Say Property Be Nearly $15,0a; r . . " slstance UtriicX Western Newspaper JtetlS"jtws 3e.35.eet vCittanotga it ., flood stage persons were drowned; waterworks COLUMBUS, 0. Sixty-fiv- e crippled and electric light plants flooded; bridges washed away. PIQUA, 0.-2- feet. The f.u flee-.- , 43,5 .' , at Nashville was floo. SSi ge 40 feet. Both ,500 persons homeless and death loss from drowning twenty. Levee breaks and Ohio river swept over LAWRENCEBURG, IND. 65 feet deep in places; residents fled to the hills. entire town; water was Twenty drowned; whole town was under water and PERU, IND. population camped on the hills. CAIRO, ILL. Collapse of levee is feared; ffbod near the top. rivers wei 4iov.iy r.singV TheMM.ist.nru - oeiow the flood stag to the north-frot. Lcc war Vlcksburg to the pa lo material change from ' Pf forecast stages is an Hamilton. O. Leading hanking and business jien and city atthoritIervJr afer lengthy meeting fceW here, caaib to tho conclusion that taey have r underestimated the seriousness of the flood consequences in Hamilton, that .J the loss of life will run lata the hun dreds, and that the property toss safer ly may be estimated at froaj $10,009.-- 000,000 to $15,000,000. Gov. Cox ashed tho relief, commit Sr1cr. t jti 3 r to $100,000,000, ,0,000,000 fro wrecking of public propthrout erty arid destruction of corporate and public utility plants and equipment. Cities, towns, villages, counties. iA''.h'ps railroads, industrial uiHity plants which, ten and o.o days n;' were a source of health, we. ple' r tes of Ohio and Indiana mense losses In the past flood and fire In amounts estimated to aggregate CINCINNATI, 0. The Ohio river reached 69 foot stage; hundreds homeless and property Toss heavy. Towns on Kentucky side cf river almost completely under water. TOTAL FROM OHIO TOTAL FROM INDIANA 450 to 500 DROWNED 50 to 75 DROWNED or Injured. The Incal-c" losses sustained by pub1 lic private corporations, by business firms and Individuals must all be repaired. )troyed, rendered useless d comfort, have been crip- AID FOR RIVER TOWNS RELIEF EXPEDITION FOUND LAWON RENCEBURG CITIZENS HILLS OF SUBMERGED CITY. u' . P. MORGAN IS DEAD Financier Died in Rome After an ness of Several Weeks Duration. Ill tee over the long distacco fcolephouo-fo- r a. detailed statement of conditions. with a view of determining how lance. apportion is needed hy Hamilton of Uej& .' ifl.uuu.uuu Doing rauea iar rent; To committee sent a to&iar Governor, reading in part: "In the Judgment of CoL Zin head of our provisional mlll'ary government, and of Messrs. Kuttolph and French, executive officials of tho New England Fire Association of Beaton, who have visited all the atricjseu cities, the property loss In Ilamllton U greater in actual amotr&t than la, cities any of theo ther of Ohio. This Judgment Is conflrmed by many newspaper men." ler-n:aflood-striebe- RISEN No More FROM THE FLOOD . ' ' t Jlut when tho water goes down, business resumes and tho wage prob- Aurora Was Also Given Aid New lem confronts tho man with a family, Given Food Fires at Richmond work falls on the volunteer and re Are Extinguished. pt ihnt the paid expert si will. . . Funds or Atslr.tance Needed in Buckeye State, Says Governor-- (1. r ; l n vork so well star " DAYTON,(OhHIO.ClBC,nnM PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEW OF SCENES IN THIRTY FEET OF WATER COVERED THE MAIN STREETS IN THE BUSINESS DISTRICT TWO HUNDRED PERSONS WERE DROWNED THE FLOOD WAS CAUSED BY HIGH WATER BREAKING THE WALClS OF THE RESERVOIR TWO MILES ABOVE THE CITY DEATH LIST NOTAS GREAT AS EXPECTED. FLOOD-RIDDE- l5n'-ulr- Cincinnati, Investigations have tended to confirm the estimates of fewer than 500 deaths In the floods that swept over a score of cities In Ohio and Indiana last week. As the waters receded from Dayton, Columbus and other places, leaving a thick coating of mud, m was caused by a repld rise of lhio and the Mississippi rivers, sting parts of cities along " tanks. Is not much danger of loss n these pUces, however, at litants fled to the hills and. vto floods. Hreport Lighting and heating plants went out of business with the coming of the flood, and. the suffering from not having hrt or light was great It will be several days before the exact loss of life Is known 0 (S many bodies went down the d may 'A recovered many IT blle; aciueu to me Horrors or the situation and the heavy loss, People fled before the avalanche of water to the second and third floors of office and high buildings, where they were marooned for three days, In many cases without food or water. pletely destroyed. No American hood since th' ing of the Conem&ugh da' Johnstown, Pa., has dfJalt . crtslilng and death-deajiaiiy cities on th oomiiuji' believed the loss .ll bet ' -- "of the San Finely n Malls hre over .It will be months befo train service will be resumed over e cral railroad, as bridges have washed away and stretches of for distances of tcveral miles week late. cut off for a week. ' latisllcs of the d .. '. j that have lost ; i f again, o:i .u- ft bat tl io j of life has beer never l;:.on accurately. T for trict is too widespread curate census. Bodies have been washed away and others covered with mud and rubbish. Many of these never will le four I. Kntlre families will drop from sSht .nd it will never be known they were drowned or merely 1 themselves from the scene master by moving elsewhere, estimates of loss Of life were, cesslve, but the truth, will f 'pli ' i n Newspaper Union Nws Service. clnnati, O. United States relief l, iltlona started in boats from have succeeded In reaching me of tho Ohio river towns In dls- ... ess, with food supplies. Tho steamer Scfoto arrived with food Just In time at Lawrenceburg. The citizens were found encamped on Cln-iat- r enough. Miuate. The money 1' truct'on N - of munlc'i a! years has coiuni'.i . iicken j Incur future fj.,:" recovered frntr i J means run. -- if . ,ises. tho hills, hungry and disconsolate. Practically the whole city Is under water. Aurora, Ind., also was given relief by tho Scioto. early Moa Tho steam Grecnway day was at New Richmond, O., where SCO persons were given food supplies 'tie steamer then prepared to go j'.. tho Ohio. reports had come from any of tho Rome. J. P. Morgan, the American " ' .s of loss ot jllfe.v At Portsmouth financier, died at five minutes past which, 'had threatened the city, twelve o'clock noon Monday (6:05 ' .. been 'extinguished. Huntiry-TJ- , a. New York time). ulpley and fronton are In sot' tress. Parkersburg has been I Strain of Pujo Money Inquiry sibloandat that Was Fatal. U5riUu M. AHen Starr, of New ato consultation In con giC ;nnt Morgan; Columbus, O. Rising from the staJ- gerlng blow and girding her lolijs Ohio ls'on her feet again, militant an without misgiving. Gratefml for theT generosity so freely given, she now asks the staying of the fresher flood of . kindness, being secure in tho thought that her own resources axe suScient future. to meet and overcomo U Gov. James M. Cox, after having con- ferred with Secretary of War Lindsay Leon-ar- d M. Garrison and who teted the Wood, TJ. S. Capitol, and after having beard fronX Mis Mabel Boardman, head nf --" National Red Cro3s Association, issu a proclamation announcing tka state f . ability to nraceed. Thi3 Statement nnannl with thn s!en!Ssl exDre-- " ston. ("Ohio has arisen from -Major-Geaer- 6. v -- v mm CLUTCHES OF FOOD. Indianapolis, Ind. While Northerri ana uentrai inaiaua cioes were rr-dis- habUltatlng their d 1 4 were tightening their (Osastroy clutches upon southern rgloaa. Rqlston. on the appeal cltlsens. ordj'iU outhe esmaM . h, m Mil. rv ii, lot a Mdyv , . . O., fell 12 .ate of 50 to tstlmatcs ins: show the V . - ' " 150; Columbut, Mlamisburg, 50; JTIffin, 18; Chllllcothe, 18; Middle-towt 14; Fremont, 14; Plqua, 12; '.Harrison, 12; Troy, 9; Valley Junction, 6; Zanecville, 5; Masslllon, 5, and Cleves, 2. Ohio total, 421. Indiana Peru, 20; Brookvllle, 16; Ft. Wayne, '6; Terre Haute, 4.. Indiana toUt, 46.. Grand' total, 467. Aftecthe tfeluflo comes construe, IM; ston, ..ton, 60; n, tfon. Buckeye state, having provided for the Immediate needs of the actual victims of the flood disaster, have concentrated on the problem of The matter mlndf of the falsing necessary funds to repair a loss far greater than could have been Inflicted by conquering legions. legls-'statio- i n The first question hangs on necessary to restore normal conditions. Lieut. Gov. Hugh L. Nichols said that. In his opinion, nearly half the damage done by the flood will fall upon the railroads. A high official ef the Pennsylvania railroad, which, has had corps of engineers In the state for two days, is quoted as having said that it will require an expenditure of $3,000,000 to rettore bridges alone on the Pennsylvania system In Ohio and that normal transportation facilities need not tic looked foriTntll late In the sumfall. mer besides bridges, however, the railroads of Ohio lost whole ter oinai systems in ine cities inundated along with communication, facilities, buildings, equipment, etc in one place near Columbus 18 miles of track of. the Baltimore & Ohio are gone. 4y prcjisuy llonsVbt dollars. Dayton suffered X .test loss. there having been thtt iet of water In parts of the buslnen. sections ot the city. Fires added to the horrors here, several blocks being,1 burned, as Are engines could not reach the burning buildings. People In the burning buildings bad to flee top their lives, and many jumped Into the murky waters to escape the flames. Power and lighting plants were out ot commission in- a dozen cities and no drinking water was obtainable. The suffering from the lack of food was great Bridges were washed away iy the score, and communication with one part of the city with another was cut qff. This .led to many alarming rumors, and at one time the number of people having perished from drowning was believed to have exceeded 5,000. Telegraph and telephone wires were down, and the true facts regarding the desperate situation were unobtainable for several days. All train service between Ohio points. and Chicago and New York was Th - - diana Is yet to come tile? preservation of health and the of An industrial basis. This work, as was tbe caso in the Mississippi floods of last' ""r, has been' placed in the hands ti Red kermas-ter- s Cross society experts and I ot the United States i Federal aid in the way eolations, tents, blankets and help havCLbeen extended ,reely to the The Ohio legislature has appropriated $250,000 for relief wofk, municipalities throughout the entire district are opening city treasuries and people everywhere are responding to the call. The Indiana legislature has adjourned, but Gov. Ralston la sparing no expense where the state seems obligated. The rescue work, the immediate relief and other measures taken while the waters are raging and business is at a standstill Is attended by excitement and all turn to and work with a (0&9Gacd districts ' "e'ste.Vsifi. work In of Ohio and In- pro. ".Th disappeared in portlt state, but still lapse of btlSfjp. central Ivlllo and smaller ugees and flrei is threatening, i River. Verified cities along ,th Hfty-alpersons reports show FUNDS FOR i JG were drowned' IN, ML .jbu are known to .posure. ' t ive more have died iron' bodies have b' Recovered at Peru. Columbus, O.- mtrlbutlons n their mu for Ohio are stat nificence," said G nes M. Cox, ) ARE NEEDED PROVIS jded." Under "but they will all Major Wilson a foro clerks Is tabuAnd Also Supplies at Ma- - lating only the actual moneys and tetta. checks recolved. The Cleveland Chamber of Com Mariet Flood conditions in merce sent $58,500 by wire; James J. ond description. The Hill and Alton B. Parker, ?5,000 each; river rose-Y and communication the New York World advised a collec:i!iRlnpRR Rprtlnn nf was Most. AV tion of $150,000; Fargo, N. D., sent the town is n Vti and many resi- 1500; Spokane, 1,000; Virginia, Minn., dences are ur.Jtr .utir. Thero are no $150; Butte, Mont, $1,000; Macon, Ga.. public uUli'ici .ti operation and food $500; Western Union Telegraph Co., supplies are needed. $1,500; Studebaker & Co., South Bend, and There arc many rumors concerning $1,000; tho Cedar Point (Ohio) Co., a big loss of, life, but the swift cur- $1;000; Western Gas and Fuel Co, rent prevents communication to those New York, $1,000; Commercial Club, parts of the city where persons are ot Salt Lake, $2,000; Oakland, Cal.. $5,. said to havt been drowned. 000; Portland, Ore.. $1,000; Butte Commercial Club, $1,000; Fresno, Cat, Windsor, Canada, $1,250; Percy Andreae, $300; W. S. Mullen, Salem. $500; Detroit, $1,000; Pasadena. Cal, x i $3,-00- 0; known ttjj nooa, wnic& r jndiSsr t"- - . last WednesdayvA- harf ru.pl! n 1 JSfc 7J & Co.. 20 which has exerted the chief control In tho financial world America, and tral was one of the g?atcst financial houses In the world or In all history. It ,has branches and connections in every important city in the world, and 10O bf. what Morgan said or did was Instantly fourth ', flashed to the furthermost corners ot are- no the earth. and 13,; from tit DAYTON TRAGEDY SHOWS LOVE. Elmer h ral govev. Wall street. Nefcr Yk7,,; tl - Not Wealth Is Rule, Says Gecrge Burba in Editorial. Dayton. O. In an editorial, which will appear in the first edition of the Dayton News, to be Issued this week, George. E. Burba, secretary to Cov. Cox, will say in part: "In the midst of the sorrow. In the relief ot tired nerves, one can sit down and meditate. He can look about him HOUSES WRECK Aurora. Ind. The Ohio river Is Having slowly. High west wlndS'tore' sev- -' eral houses from their foundations Tho electric power plant has been closed. The entire holiness sectioft Is under water. Smallpox has been discovered among the refugees- who Cod here from Lawrencebnrg. IRONTON SECURED ASSISTANCE. r. . fcs.000; Springfield, 111., $500; members of the House of Representatives, $285; Day and Night Bank, Los Angeles, $250; Elks Lodge of Lewiston, Minn., $150; Mayor Blankenberg, Philadelphia, $20,000. Advices have been received that the Illinois Legislature is passing a bill for $100,000 far Ohio and Indiana, while the Michigan Legislature has appro- priated $23,000. Checks for $100 and $50 are as thick as leaves In the fall, and one ot the Governor's secretaries is busy indorsing thora for tbe use ot the Red Cross. It was estimated that tbe total amount of monetary and other relief offered to Ohio-w- ill exceed $1,000,000. HALF OF MAYSVILLE IS UNDER WATER. Maysville, Ky. The Ohio river has reached the record stage ot 1884. "Halt of this city is uuder water, and all the mills, 'factories, street railway, tho C. Si O. railway nnd t,he h. & N. railway have been put out of comn'ssion. Fire iestroyed a thousand-dolla- r dwelling and contents here. An auto fire engine FLOOD RESCUE PARTY AT WORK NEAR HAMILTON ONLY THE ROOF OF A STORY AND COTTAGE SHOWS ABOVETHE WATER LINE. WATER AT SOME POINTS WAS THIRTY Fb" DISASTROUS FLOOD AT (RONTON. FARMERS HEED CALL OF VASTATED DAYTON. DE- trectern Newspaptr Cincinnati, O. Union w Service. Under the Impetus of torrential rains of last week, tie Miami, Scioto and Muskingum rivers ar4 other streams in Ohio overflowed tL.tr banks, causing the greatest flood Ohio and adjoining states ever experienced. Entire .cities and towns were Inundated, and hurled beneath tons ot wiC- - that flowed through the business and .?isMentlal streets, causing great Jo i life from drowning and millions vl dollars in damage to property. Fires ffARRISOM ALMOST ISOLATED. Harrison, O- - This city Is complete-- . lylsolated from the world except by of wire which leads to dMclnsatJ. This was placed in position, and Mayor Brlnkman stated the Mtwtloa In that town as follows: "Tbpre has been bo loss of Ilfe but Afcoat 160 families have lost erery- Wng they possessed. The food and (Ml snpplte are very short, and we" .stoat soon have assistance." The was notified of the presence of Loan. the government's repre--.I-- vss unable to reach hrough the water. the structure everywhere and see answered the prayer, 'Thy will be done on earth as it Is in heaven.' "He can understand the Golden Rule, for here men have done unto others as they would that men should do unto them. He can see In this benevolence and the glory of God. "Caste has been broken down. The arrogance of wealth has been subdued. Millionaire and pauper have stood side by side as brothers and money has refused to purchase what love could ob tain without price. "Misery makes companions of us all. Here there Is no rank or station. All are men. is tho rule. This younz woman, bending above the couch (St the bedraggled women of tho street. Is heiress to millions. That fellowwith the sweater and overalls, wading to his waist to save a child, owns a factory employing thousands. "Over yonder is the scion of one of the proudest houses, working like a slave, .without sleep, to be of somo assistance to the man he will never see again and who Is penniless. "It is a love of work and inspiration in godliness, a satisfaction to those who believe the world Is good and the human heart the most responsive thing In the universe." o of 67 feet, nine and a halt inches beyond th 1881 flood mark, the river began to recede, and Is droppinsvslow-lThe fire which destroyed a block of seven business bouses and five res idences, was put out. PRACTICALLY A PENtflCUL-A- Ironton. O. After reaching a stage y. . Louisville, Ky. This city Is pic- peninsula. The flood Is creep ing slowly toward the heart of the city and backwater In creeks Is run ning two feet deep down several of. tlcallya the main streets. OHIO; RIVER STATIONARY AT .CINCINNATI. Cincinnati. O. Tho 9aIo river seems to have reached its. crest stage at Cincinnati and It has remataed stationary at the 69.6-fomark. Weather Forecaster D6vereani says that that while the river may rtea a tenth or two more, it Is mofcT'prekahlc that it will recede about that mtta In that time. But should it benjn to reced It will be at least eight days before the river will be agala within Its banks. WIPED OUT BY Are Business Diatrif Morrow, Newtown Mliford. O. Hur sieged tho flood Miami in the vl Is declared by ( era that $100.0 property,, los' tilicd GARRISON VISITS DAYTON. Dayton, O. M. ,2"5letrand j i l v , C i .Hfw 4B Mnpttinftfl ' Ironton. O. Ironton Is in iho midst ot the most disastrous flood in the history ot this section of tho Ohio valley. It is believed that the floods ot 1884 by a few will have been exceeded Inches. Hundreds ot persons are Every schoolhpuse, home homeless. and public building Is filled with flood refugees, and every private" residence thupughout the higher sections of fas city is quartering cat or more fam ilies. Daytor. Among the largest contributors to Dayton's needs at a time when food was cio most precious have been the hundreds of farmers In the vicinity of Dayton who have been coming to the outskirts of tho city every day since the flood broke with wagon loads of milk, eggs, potatoes and other vegetables. It was due to this fact .that the mortality among the Infants de pendent entirely upon milk fur sustenance has not' been large. Secretary of War Lind-la- y Garrison arrived in Dayton. TRAIN OF PROVISIONS LEAVES FO". HUNTINGTON. DEAD LIST 23 AT PIQUA. Plqua. O. Twenty-thrc streambr" Pianoa.atf t.'rf 1 He came from Cincinnati accompanied by Major General Leonard A. Wood, chief of staff ot the United States army. Major F. R. McCoy, General Wood's aid. Major Thomas L. Rhodes, personal aid of. President Wilson and his secretary.! On his arrival here a conference was held with President John H. Patterson of the National Cash Register Co., who is directing the relief. and rescue work. Charleston, Gov. H. D. in response to a request from Mayor Chapman, left on a special train for Huntington, On the train are provisions, clothing, motor boats and skiffs. Another train with provisions will leave for flood territory of West Virginia. Clarksburg has sent a quan-lt- y of food to Parkersburg and Wheeling at the request ot tho governor, who Is preparing to send supplies to Marietta and other points along the Ohio W.-Va- . Hat-fiel- far have been taken from the debris in Plqua. It is believed that many . bodies still are buried In the flood ruins. Women work alongside of men in an effort to clean up their homes. Moat of the women are at fired In bus-bands or brothers' garments. The Pennsylvania railroad has rebuilt Its bridge across the Miami, 'making It.,', possible to run Its trains into tho city, and westward. . bodies so N .- '"i P3 ? r C x" , ' ' ' ' I I "I .r.&fi besldu Mr. Sh1 )LEANORM. effiuwor cfMa GaniQ ami flicC&idle Mercimj dc. Jfie fhpn SYNOPSIS. v slowly rejoined. "But stroll back to tyc depot with me, pray; 1 had some- it u ' . J t the beginning of jrreat A automobile race tlwi mrcltanlclan of the Mercury. Stanton- - machlnr. drops drad. Stranse youth. Jose lloyd, volunteer, anil In the rest during the twenty-fou- r hour race Stanton meets a alrnnEer. MIr Cartlalv. who Introdue herself. The Mercury wins race. Stanton receives Floyd bowed and stepped nhoiird flowers from Ml Carlisle, which he Iga the train, leaving the two to walk nore. Stanton meets Miss arlIIe--otrain. tack together, followed by tho maid. "I wanted to ask you of the race." CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) erc "Neither nrc you," ko countered. Miss Carlisle said, when they r It wouldn't be of any iraportanco t;uite at the end of the long platform. The speech remained unfinished, were, but wo arc not. I'm not Asking jou why you ore working with '"hero was n shouted order, tho cough your hands Incxytd of your head, and i the locomotive mingled with the I suppose you arc not asking me. Who ring and jangle of tightening couplings, and the Lowell express pulled cares J" out of the shed. Stanton wheeled with "No one," dryly agreed Stanlon. an ejaculation, but halted without at"But I can tell you that I am doing tempting useless pursuit. this to rnako money, and make it "How very quick, and I would much prefer break-in- Miss Carlisle, unfortunate!" murmured putting my neck to living In the ruck of silk veils. "How ery aside her tan stupid of the poverty. They are calling our train; conductor!" you had better come." Stanton turned from the departing "I'm supposed to keep in touch train to the tranquilly regretful girl, with Mr. GrerV Floyd observed, his straight dark brows knitting. For jittering np his magazlno with cheer- the Instant he could have been ful nonchalance. "He is worrying that she had done this Intentionabout roe most of the time, for fear ally and by a plan But HI lose my nervo and desert" at onoo reason reclaimed him; he reWhich was not precisely what was called her breeding, bcr father's high worrying the assistant manager of the position and wealth, her composed Mercury company, and perhaps Stan- worldliness. and ridiculed himself. ton of the rough temper knew it. "Since I have tirade you miss your "I fancy your nervo will hold out, train, and missed my own, I can only IT jour patience does," was his reply. repeat my former suggestion" she "Patience. Is supposed to be a worn added, as he did not speak. "Why an's art," donbted Floyd. "But I'll should you not come with my father try to acquire it." and me in our car? It ia only n three or four hour trip, and you will be so Stanton laughed briefly. TI wouldn't give much for your much nearer Lowell, at least. I am chance of success, in that case. If I sorry our chauffeur Is 111, so 1 am .ever find a woman who will ride with forced to ask you to drive. Or course. If you fear tiring yourself for a race me aB you do. I will marry her." "Oh, no, you will not,' contradicted day after tomorrow " the other, searching bis pockets for a missing glove. "Vou will marry a 'jFluffy Ruffles who will faint if you speed '.exceed the 'Imlt. And then you wlllutt racing and be spoiled for the Mercury Com-p- a or. and all Us rival manufacturers ' will chant for Joy: A young man married Is a yonng many mayrcd.' " It was bo long since any one had 1 thing to say." "My train." he began. "Is my train also, since jou will not We have take me In the motor-car-. time enough; I inquired of the conductor, a moment ago." j s cer-tai- n d regulations. But when thJ "WV line was reached. Si sto, the car, donned a smal .'Ir of glen from hi overcoat . kot, uVa his hat back to 1" CarllsWla care. "I am sorry 1 had no time to get into motor clothes," lie observed, a little too pleasantly. "Still we will manage." They mado the next ten miles In ten minutes, having a fair rond. Then rough hills and villages somewhat lowered their pace. It waB n dizzying rush through a gale of wind, n btrdllke cleaving of the summer air, accompanied by tho weird howl of tho electric horn upon which Stnnton kept a linger much of the time, a vision if scattering wagons. There was a curious circumstance. Volcrlo Carlisle literally cowered in her seut. pale, shivering, usually with her eyes shut. Yit she, the imperious demnnder of her own way, uttered no remonstrance,1 although fajntly crving out once or twice when the some obvious danger of cliff Stanton saw, from tho corner and speculated os ho dtovo. "Do you think this Is safe?" Mr. Carlisle found nn opportunity to urge. "I think so. If nothing breaks," Stanton called back, twisting the car around a load of hay. They reached their denization In two hours and ten minutes'. When they entered the village limits and the speed fell to fifteen miles an hour, Mr. Carlisle slowly revived, and regained his breath and his glasses. Ills daughter released her grapp of the seat, raised n shaking hand to touch veils and bonnet, then passed a hand-d t e. ' she announced. "1 wish to see' r driving at close range, for on "Ah?" queried Stanton st i; the conviction that she had dy purposely flared up nnew, at It lil anger. She would hay Ing driver for her chauffeur well. Ho swung Into the sea 1'ntll they were out of tho !roe with a wise obedience Li)SS heavy RECONSTRUCTION BACKBONE OF STATE AND CITIES IS TO BE TESTED. ITS EAGER ew York Now In Possession of Pub lic Institution to Aceom- - IS KILLED )NG OHIO RIVER ARE HOME-ANOTHERS E t ""3T THEIR LIVES. T." . ""AND MANY GRl Forty-Sr- - DAMAGE IN KENTUCKY sn od Louisv From the t Stage Expected at and Tents Asked Siv-.HiWinds and gh Water . iif M . ntain Districts. , Western : .. nlun News Set vice. LouIrv', j. Fifty thousand nro homclc nd from one end of 1 tucky to tho other come report tb. Hit. Ins of a great damgo wrought flood. The crest otfShc flood not ho reached for sevt i down in tho western end of y, where a year ago high wats pt awny homos and destroyed ti, 's of lars' worth of ropcrf d lnd.; Cairo, smaller wns lyin h ar tho "it and y has degun. Added to the numhe., ss in Newport and Covington ly 12,000 here and t. of hemes deserted botwee' the Mississippi is appalling ports from the mountal.' of vabt damngo wrought ' cared to talk nonsense to Stanton, not to mention airily teasing him, that he1 caught bis breath in sheer aston ishment. And then a tingling, tu- antwarrath and sent of comrade- hlpjTOecce'ded. 'vf hejhajl been" lying "" tnt' roost. M-- Hundreds of homes many Instance' nnd Stnnton surveyed I sur- well up In tho second point, whero only toi, prised into compunction "It hasn't tho Merct to be seen, bo OhloJ' be perfectly frank,' be a.- - i d. "It Tho wett er VT Is a trifle heavy and less jivviy. But from m ijs, tu it is a fine machine, and of course you down r do not want to race with it," Full ot "Of course I do not want to race The r. 'er has been fu. with lt. she slowly assented. and for two days. The nt gees Increases hourly.. work now number 5,f river reaches the p number ot othdr fa to closo down. .' It was annouh street railway w'' for even a 4t ., may have to v power house wi danger zone. In. owns of ! ies and J "lng cvef j ' kerchief across her drv looked up at the man "How do youvlike ' ' lm v ttnil nlnils and waters. stage was j A stead of 45, and thoso w lower portions ot the c'j yet have not been floodej lng out Portland, which tlnlly submerged, has btf 47-fo- 1 sea. I she asked. j UTINY IN THE OHIO STATE PEN The" world's most ITENTIARY STOPPED New Yc date school Is now a part of New SHORT. ork'3 educational system aB a result opening here of the clty'B new- of 'hr t Public Service Corporations Will Reulg-school, which at the same John Richards, a Negro Burglar From quire Millions to Replace Damage opinion of ta .! is one that In the Franklin County, Fatally to Railroad and Traction Lines. rn us educators, marks the beginning Wounded. of a new educational epoch. O. Ohio faces the larg Columbus. This unique school will be larger . est problem of reconstruction and re thun any except a few ot the great Western Newspaper Union News Sr-Kvery pub- universities, having accommodations Columbus, O. During tho frKhiKi j financing it has ever met. i lic service corporation has been hit for 5,900 pupils and 228 instructors. panic caused by the report of t'j ej. and hit hard. Kvery county has met Its curriculum will Include many lapse of the storage dam abce t f with a staggering loss of property. branches of nractlcal training on a city, the spirit of fear entered Jtto i, Believing :k Ohio penitentiary. Kvery municipality has had Its burden scale not hitherto attempted. Indicative of doubled or quadrupled. selves about to become victims of iso For example, there la a seven-rootho situation, Frnuklin county has lost furnished apartment. In which the stu- flood, a squad of convicts mutljr-- . 46 bridges, which will rost a million dents of domestic science can strug and began a break for liberty. ' to replace. A similar situation exists gle with the problems of housekeepas checked by a pistol shot. In every county in the state, differing ing under actual conditions, and a brought down the leader, John nnly In degree. This does not Include model banking Institution In which tho a negro burglar, from frankdamage done to highways and future leaders of high finance can lin county. Brought to their senses. i pn. ill culverts and little bridges, convicts surrender master Its intricacies in a manner the cd to the plucky guard, F. E. Crawit is estimated it will requlro $50, never before possible. 000,000 to restoro the bridges claimed Then there Is a garment factory ford, of Ashtabula county, and meekly . by the Hood. Cities, villages, town with many sewing rooms In which entered their cells. The story of ma- - ' ships and districts must shoulder that management and other details of the tiny was suppressed by Warden ThoJi garment trade will bo taught, a nooK Jones until Monday, although Gev load. Municipalities will have the great binding plant In which pupils may Cox bas been In possession of It since '' burden ot caring for tho unfortunate take a complete course ui this Indus its happening. and the more extensive problom of re try, a miniature "zoo" for tho study Tho flood has deprived the prison building Itself with a greatly decreas of animal life and a roof conservatory of lights and a general mutiny would . ed tax duplicate. Bonds will have to In which horticultural knowledge may have resulted had not tho leader been be sold to raise the funds. There Is be gained In regular classes. shot down. no other way of financing and bonds While vocational training Is provld now with the cd for In many ways hitherto unataro slow sale in Ohio BATTLESHIPS WITHDRA taxation added nnd the many open tempted, the care of the physical wel problems effecting municipal securi fare and recreation of the students Washington. Conditions, la Mexleo at least on tho Gulf coast near the ties. has been provided for along lines equally unique. For these purposes capital have become sufficiently reRailroads Lose Heavily. the new school contains a theater with assuring to warrant the United State, It a seating capacity of 1.500, in which In withdrawing some of the nar The Pennsylvania announced that would take $3,000,000 to replace ttie hlBtrlonlc nullity may be encouraged forco maintained at vera Cruz . washed-ou- t bridges in Ohio on It3 basket-bal- l in Tamplco for the past two months. The courts, gymnasiums lines. This does not Include damage which particular attention will be paid battleship Nebraska at Tamplco Iwas to tracks.' It will tako six mouths to to tha physical deficiencies of the stu ordered to tho Boston navy yardfor put the Ohio lines in condition for fast dents together with their upbuilding overhauling, after which, she win, re travel, tho otflcers claim. shower haths and a lunchroom In join tho Atlantic fleet. The three re The B. & O. and other lines have which 700puplls can eat. at one time, maining vessels, the Georgia, tuffered in proportion. These neede and Virginia, probably will be mat be financed. Kvery toot of mathe" OulOone by CROW IS FRIEND OF FARMER relieved from duty In trial for piling, bridges and quick one In the near future. 'nstruction tho toals could find In r states have been bought and load- Btoloalcal Survey Discovers That NERVOUS SHOCK. Birds Devour Insects Injurious for slaipmcnt Into Ohio and Indlani. to Man. very traction line In the state has Laporte, lnd. A sharp flash ot llght-- r cut lu bits by washouts. Bridge: whlch raged The biological survey, nlng during the storm Washington. gone, tracks torn up and enor- Margaret Ward. 22 yea a branch ot the department of agrl caused Miss Into the arms of her . done. These needs will . damage to rush to be financed. It will test tho culture, which studies the problems of ther win an exclamation of InieL-- u ,nd foundation of both the large what animals and birds are beneficial dead In and what detrimental to the welfare fear. She was later found that the a small corporations. Physicians declare looking Into bed. tates made on developments In ot man, has just been shock of the lightning was the. Imme here will be a smaller loss of the case of the crow. The farmer has diate cause ot her death. long accused this meddlesome bird of was feared but that toe during the acu te- doing him much damage through pull FIERCE BATTLE IN PROGRESS,,. biological sur le flood, will be nucb. greater Ing up his corn. The vey found, upon examination, that arly up-to. ocate 5,900. . . J j 1 . panic-stricke- n - nt . , d , . '. ' now that the estimate t there were extenuating circumstances. at the loss In propert Tho stomachs of hundreds ot crow 'id the 'Frisco aihount, wlL were examined that the diet of the e been a raodesf. r stlmate, crow might be definitely determined. - ares are that state In some ot these stomachs sprouting cygs of .000,000 rorn v.as found. In soni tho less than 4: crow otw birds Indicated thk "is a robber ot its fellow For each estimates. They came into contact witn ine jton- ea oy me ar.nierj. .1 . gagemnt ensued and,' is a" ress. i BRITISH STEAMER ' "e ih ru- 'Inclwhi sunenng,'. . Investigator In of corn or bird egt'Qwever, jre had found ASHO "- r Tnneler. proper,, places al MIW1C i Dlph- - t . yluri" Me last 24 hours. The uildt ; hich collap:- -' are the on mua.v. store on Indian k .ar with .is Brewing Co.. ny residences. The i;u no drown-'nonumber five. T exact nam-j- r of dead will not bt V own for sev- w .in HiiMni f . 7 .1 v:. " ' . Eastern an, era Kentuci greatest floi. state. Ther. rise at Calrg points it is sti thoso places: fife JMW r baa re- - MUs.-Vlckshursr. . n are working day'v ,ur up the Beulah break .ilnst the anticipated er. Jept ' V toll. finished Reports recel twecn Louisvll Louisville and west, told of tl, having been ta life when the hi ed in the Ohlo.j Live stock of rled to the big v f n- - supplemented JOtt to go." oyd moved to eral pom. be a "Stay here." rlvcpf where te nt at distilleries rommtnt ...oducts of the tofattf i. Aelmald retpecttdjr withdrew a few plants. ' au ii m the ranldlv rls- paces, when her mistress came up. iriK waters before they could be un- -What a place to meet a man of tetHl'red and drlveu to points of safety. .gasolene! greeted Valerie Carlisle. SuchVituatlons arte being carefully In her low, aamred tones. "Or are you watched 'by the health authorities, alto In dlstreat. Mr. Stanton, and who will take suitable precautions to forced to prosaic-traitravel 1 destroy all carcassep as soon as it Is Her manner was that of one meetpossible as a precaution against dis ing an ordinary acquaintance, she held ease. out br band. In Its miniature tan He Drove With a Wise pbedlence to Traffic Regulations. . to care for Funds ye' gannuci. wun penecs ease. No one .vhoin were could have guessed bow unconven. Stanton started to speak, then ab- averted ber face from htm, watch- - tho.refupt nes when the driven or tlonal and slight bad been their Intro ruptly shrugged bis shoulders. After lng tbe streets. (TO BE CONTINUED.) , lowlands und Louisville duction. all, why not? "I "1 am going to Massachusetts," Stan were flood tt 1. a ago. "Thank you," he returned. seventy-fivmile AWAKENEq TRAIN OF THOUGHT scarcely think a ton answered as composedly. W W ..mi io AiBEnccuseusfa uuc to are run will Incapacitate me," amber eyes DAYTON BUILDINGS BURNED. we! At least, we bad everything ar "You will come?" Her Little Incident That Would Have ranged lo motor out to our country gleamed vividly. "You are too good. Made Almost Any Man Super'place, until twenty minutes ago our Let us find my father and the car. It stitious. Dayton, O. The following Is a comctsianeur was token violently 111. Is at least a car worthy of you o plete list of Dayton ' buildings deN v I suppose we must go by train " better than the Mercury, I confess to Seeking to dispel tbe pangs of stroyed by flrof occasioned by tbe absence the broke the sentence, ber large thinking." North Sldo, Third Street. Larken of bis wife, who had been away for Supply Co.; jciefaber Co.; Adamson brown eyes sweeplnr Flpyd itb ade- "A foreign machine?" an Atalanta Six. Martha, find! several days visiting her parents in Uroccry Co.; u. A. Cooper Co., whole"No, jiocraie question ana scrutiny. "Miss Carlisle. Mr. Floyd, whom you papa In the station and ask'hlm to another city, a fashionable and sale saddler " Patterson Tool & Supsaw beside be for many hours at the come out to the car." resident of the East side In ply Co.; ' .nson Blank Book Co.; emerged by a side exit Into vited a number of his men friends to They Beach motordrome." Stanton made the Burkhar I. !:otherman, drug store; presentation. tha noisy, dirty, sunny New York bis home one night last week to play Sol. Banh. :tr. eompany; Joseph. Her face cleared swiftly, be could street. cards and clink glasses. "i'e li.iors. Snba c w'n-well "Is It not well designed, have said It was relief which shot Being fond of music tbe host en ' P. if. . Street. Ix)we .f swung?" she challenged. "It Is fast gaged n across ber expression. orchestra and while B .; Charles A. P. .nf s: "Xour mechanician! Is It possible? on tbe race track you know that. Is his guests exchanged deals and raised " ..0 t. .1 xi., nay'tHayner, liquor You also are going to Lowell. Mr. It not handsome?" tbe cut glasses to their Hps he round ' a jll j& Vinson, paint Floyd?" She spoke eagerly, with more ani more pleasure In reclining In a favorgrocery: Nepgcn's liq "Yes. since my next work Is there," mation than be had yet seen In her. ite leather cushioned chair and listen-lns Storage Co.; Dodd. uor Woyd replied, unsmiling and laconic. Stanton ran a careless glance over the to tbo music gun t 0 N. CJ. ordn'ance depart-'njiel'- s automobile standing klt was evident be and Miss Carlisle big. It was ncarlng the time for depat-tur- e ment) seed store. by tbe curb. disliked eachefber at sight. s when ono of tbe Jeffe Street. Dayton & Troy "It Is a good car. be agreed con- proposed that each guest drink a toast She tnrae'd from bim indifferently. elcct:1 .tatlon; W. D. Hnber. furni-- j ''Mrftanton. I am going to make servatively; privately be considered 'Apany; Qraves's liquor store: you aselsh Invitation. Our place is It both too high and too heavy for rac- to the ho! find that he respond. When tu all bad follow d the suggestion they V ' rtor ntiH uv.w, nhnncnA II........ "uurauio ill!miles from New ing work. ?ut seventy-fiv- e turned toward tha host. "Toll iwnr," (lie burned district reaches) - orlc; win you not try our new motor "Only that? You say only that? Hut you sro winning o. ypur wiie, 'cond to Fourth streets ami tar and give me the honor of being wait, you have not driven it. When suggested as tbe party giver -- ' r?on to Library Park. driven there by you? You could go on ' papa comcs'we can start." Mr. Carlisle was coming; a spare, tcted. morn'd Lowell with us IUtsing his glass to a level with' ing, or. If yon Insisted, finish the jour- nervous gentleman who wore glasses lips ND WIDEN STREAMS! he was about to respond. "1 t ney by train after dinner." set on a Roman nose, from which they thinking and wondering" He and Stan Amazed, Stanton looked at ber. Once slipped monotonously. Bixby, Just at that moment tbo orchesi again be mentally asked himself what ton had once met at the Mercury ofrmy'Englneers, contends began its rendition ot "1 Vcl fice, where obe was arranging for a can not prevent the he could want of him. . .. it i uu in llddlo West, and that Thank you; I have arranged to tire contract, and the other was sign Un.i.0 jWB&lllg lid nuw The guests neVer heard tbe ri ing an agreement to drive for tbe bio and practical plan take this train," be declined. season. Tbcy recognized each other spouse, but if they had llngercdouj, "Decidcdlyr ''on is the deepening now, while Miss Carlisle concisely side and peered through tbe llbr'ar) streams. He said: "Ded4err Miss Carlisle." window they would have seen falnt quired a reservoir She beat her head, patting her outlined tbe situation. ;"It, "A most astonishing affair." com I writing a, letter which was latar ear the, platform. She Ball tan sfcee on the dian.i and Illinois even mere handsome than bis mented her father, "Very kind of closed in an envelope bearing a spM. was nth a fifteen or shown, with yoc. Mr. Stanton, Indeed. These rail clal delivery stamp. Tbe contents Mi Bight gllae et her had ss water tbe message nave not been made pufc-- f thsi iyory-titebeauty road men are careless. Valerie " cultivated an Misslppl Carlisle declined the Invitation lie but the wife came home two dark .Miss was coldness. ' IwTpr .Kansas P1tv .taiimnl "Of eeMc. I eax sot urge 70s," she to eater" tbe tonnesu. Hhout fc . n . I e well-know- n , i -ids, except sev 110 and down the ulshasb v The war department at Waahlnvtnn has been asked for a. million-dolla- r ap propriation, and the matter has been token up for the city by Gov. Cox. Establish Morgue. A morgue has been established at the armory, and as srxr as, the wa' ters have gone do a r enough to permit a Bearch f buutes, they will be taken there. Food stations i e .ffii established and provisions are being distrjbuted or.iy 10 nooa sunerers. LATE ESTIMATE GIVEN ON FLOOO Dayton Columbus Hamilton jrai days. CINCINNATI No. 2 Corn HAHnZi ;. Types of American Crow. been eaten a cut worm or some other Insect that was injurious to man. The survey weighed the amount ot good that tbo crow did m devouring Insects against the harm it did in pulling up corn and Is 'Inclined to believe that the crow does man mora good than barm and therefore should not be harshly condemned. FATALITIES 250 90 CO No. 2 white 575Sc. Ntf, .1 white 5657c No. 4 white 0355c No. 2 yellow 5758c No. 3 yellow 56057c-- . No. 4 yellow 53B5c. No. 2 mixed 57 58c. No. 3 mixed 56 57c, No. 4 mix ed 53 55c. white ear 51055c, yellow ear S256c mixed ear 51655c. Oats No. 2 white 37c. a tan da. white 364037c. No. 3 35U03GU No. 4 white No. 2 wlxec 3535Hc, No. 3 mixed 34 H 035c. No. 4 mixed 3234c Hay No. 1 timothy standard timothy $15.50016.50, No. 2 timothy $14.50015.50. No. 3 timothy J12.S013.5O, No. 1 clover mixed $12-7-5 014.50. No. 2 clover mixed. Jll.300 J12.30, No. 1 clover 11.5012J0, Nol 2 Wheat red 11.0801.11. No. red J101.dc, No. 4 red 8798c. 3536c. Plqua Delaware reru, ma 20 , i " - four-piec- e ' g '. !. 'a, 1 d merry-maker- -- ' . Tiffin. Ohio Brookville, Ind Chllllcothe. Ohio Mlddletown, Ohio Fremont, Ohio Harrison. Ohio Zancsvllle. Ohio Near Omega, Ohio Troy, Ohio Valley Junction, Ohio Ft. Wayne, Ind Massillon. Ohio Washington, Ind Terre-HautInd Cleves. Ohio Franklin. Ind Logansport, Ind Rushvllle, Irid Mmicie, Ind Indianapolis, Ind Lafayette, Ind Newcastle. Ind Shelburn, Ind East Mt. Carmel. Ind Newark, Ohio 15 15 16 1C ". . 14 14 12 10 10 9 6 .0 5 4 4 2 . . ?.i - 2 1 1 1 1 1 .- - 1 1 1 1 C07 1 Total PIQUA DEATH LIST TWENTY. Major-Oener- i - Piqua, O. Piqua is recovering from Iho flood which may have cost twenty lives and hundreds of thousands of. dollars property damage. West of Main street tho iown Is again ncnrnl, but East Piqua, a residence around Which the Miami Hlver 11 and over which the flood w-- w s surged. Is a tangle of demolished houses. The volunteer relief commit: tee is working hard to care for the 2,300 homeless and to find the bodies of those drowned; . Prime firsts 16c, firsts i3c OLD BILL GOOD, SHE THOUGHT ordinary firsts 14c. seconds 13c, goose eggs 3uc, ducks 16c Poultry Hens, heavy (over 4 ttnl Negro Woman Puts It In Clrcalatlon. lBje, (4 lbs and under) 16Hc, younj. Believing Mr. Wilson's Election staggy roosters 12c, old roosters 10c. Restored Its Value. springers (3 lbs and under) 20a, springers (over 3 lbs) 16c. ducks (4 Haleigh; N. Cv The Qoldsboro ne lbs 18c. (under 4 lbs) groes cleared up a counterfeit mys- 16c;and over) (8 lbs white over) turkeys and 21c. turtery In the federal court of Goldsboro keys, young (under 8 lbs) 1012c; turwhen a woman confessed that she keys, toms 19c. started a Confederate bill to circulatCattle Fair to gc Vor cattle . ing under tbe belief tbat Woodrow sold fro J7 to JS.65; s J7 to 8. Wilson's election restored the money Calves Selling fron. . 2 j $15w of her masters. J13.50. The case reached federal court when at Hogs All grades J9.5e to J10: no a hotel bell boy made demand upon strictly choice, medim or heavy hocx Will Love, negro, for the ten dollars on sale. whlh Love received when the Con Sheep J4 to $6.50. federate note was changed. Lambs J7.50 to $9.25. Lave refused to pay back good HAYWOOD fs SENTENCED. money and was arrested by United States Deputy Marshal Smith. The bejlboy had made an effort to get the Paterson. N. J. William D. Hay money from a drug store, when he wood, organizer for the Industrial was told the bill was worthless. On Workers of the World, was sentenced trial Love, who passed the bill testi to sir months In the county Jail for fied tbat a woman had given him the disorderly conduct In connection' with money, declaring It good under the a gathering of strikers at Lafayelto Oval here. He came hero in connecpresent administration. The woman confessed her part in it. tion with the mill workers strike. A restored the ten good dollars and said second charge, thatot c nslng unlawalso1 was. lodged she had found the Confederate note. ful assemblage, The commissioner thinks the woman against him. On this, he " Id for received her Inspiration from the per the grand Jury, with the arf his 11 to be fixed verted promises of Wilson campaignlater. ers In the fall. VOLUNTEERS HELP C Columbus. O. Varvlni? ai Mustard Kills Boy. college student. or" Canton. .O. Roderick McKenzIe. a scale from fourteen-year-olschool boy. died from ccnvlcjs in the Onlo penitentiary .were tuusu the effects of eating too much pre- recent fuu woriteuftin cleaning up me marine hell in the West Side, pared mustard. The boy's mother was There were 400 stuout of the city and an aunt had been of Columbus. left In charge ot the children. The dents from Ohio State university who' forgot their studies lan? Moneh to hoy exhibited an abnormal fondness for strong mustard and ate a iar and lend a helping hand, some Worklns.aa' a halt of It In a day. The mustard I BAim.ui) engineers ana Omars A'itn destroyed the raucous membrane of shovels I'ke common laborers .For" The boy s stomach and be lived only j the first time In a week Columbus hai municipal Uht, also capltol and st3t two dayi. institutions will be lighted. t . clover J9.5O011.5O. . Eggs s... . d Si Y- - .. . WINGSYILLE OUTLOOK KY. Pebble. Most all of the small fruit is in bloom. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, 'OWINGSVILLE, - - - Last week was a struggle with people on water courses. Lick ing river was higher than ever Entered, according to Act of known, inundating all the towns Congress, at the Owingsville. from head to mouth. It was in six inches of the lloor of Sher Ky., Postoflice as second-clas- s matter. are pt ayear.as follows: C)ne -- The Outlook's subscription One Dollar. Sixty Cents. S"ix months pjiree months..Thirty-fiv- e Cents. Oi. "ddress should give previous address when writing. Correspondents should always get their items to us not later than Monday if possible; when out of stationery mention it on a separate slip of paper. News matter of general est is welcomed; bring it to us without delay if you wish it m serted; don't wait until Tuesday or Monday, for the paper is not set up in one daynor in three jJo commissions allowed on subscriptions. Subscribers desiring a change any-T)6"- iy burne bridge, and considerable damage was done to houses, fencing, etc. Miss Nannie Anderson, of near Odessa, visited her brother T. D. Anderson and the family of J. W. Hendrix last week, returning home Sunday. The Sick. Mrs. J. E. Stewart has typhoid fever. I. N. Powell is better. Mrs. Powell is very poorly. W. P. Calvert is better. Jess Crump has been on the sick list Mrs. Samantha Garner is about the same. The house on Frank P. Boyd's farm.occupied by Levi Spencer,! and Chas. Hudson, burned about1 7 o'clock Mondav mornincr. Near ly all the contents were burnpu, j witn no insurance. During the cyclone Tuesday of last week Ed Toy's barn, on 0. S. BigdtalF's farm, was blown to pieces: Harrison Conn's barn on N. B. Young's farm was blown down. Mr. Conn's team was in the barn and narrowly escaped being killed. The large barn of E. L. Fassett was blown from its foundation and badly damaged. Every hay stack in the country was blown to pieces. TFT Why a certain pcrrot never lepin-c- d to talk, Current Cpinicn tells . in these words: Kerrigan went cn a trip to South America, and while thre; tcught a prettj Spanish parrot ssi t for his friend O'Brien. the bird to O'F.fien, He shirr-eat ence, and when he got bacK heme, he said: "Linny, did ye get the fine parrot I sint ye from Rio Jan-- y . EirCCCKACING A VCCALJST.-T- r eiro?" juntain Square) CINCINNATI, OHIO ted CrooKs. Correspondents must give only news notices of deaths. Long obituaries and verses will cost 5c a line of five average words each. ,oign your name to communications, or they may go to the waste Advertisers wishing a change or discontinuance of ad. should inform us the week previous to publication day. Address all communications to JofcN W. Honakeb, Owingsville, Ky. THURSDAY. APRIL 8,, 1&3. ANNOUNCEMENTS. We are authorized to announce Thos. J. Evans, of Salt Lick, Bath county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Representative in the Lower House of the next General Assembly of Kentucky for the counties of Bath and Rowan at the primary election to be held on the 2d day of August, 1913. basket We are authorized to announce J. L. Atchison, of Owingsville. as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the of- ni it iitnrvA vit inn Kirn , n in- ",.. i. l l uib :n r vuuru tuuivti lu .1. win ui Ipmncrafin narfv nc jivnmcc tho nnmarv election to be Aumist. lincri?' Henry Staton and son, of Salt Well, Arberry Staton, of Danville, 111.; Albert Staton, of Salt Lick, and Dick McCarty, of Clear Creek, visited Nick McCarty here Sunday. Ewlngtcn. George Ingram, wife and little Measles is raging in this vi son, of Menifee, visited relatives cinity. here last week. A. C. Stone, of White Oak, visBethel Carter and family, who ited his sister Mrs. Alonzo Lin- have all been down. with measles, ton last week. are better. Mrs. Ja'mes Mallory is on the John Wolfenbarger and family sick list. have measles, Thos. Norris. of Slate Valley. Hoy t and Ed Thompson, of Virwas the guest of Walter Copher ginia, are visiting home folks. and Albert Norris a few days Mrs. Ballard Swarts, of Muck-lolast week. W, Va., Robt Shultz and wife.of Step- - here last week. visited relatives stone, visited J. Al. Mallory and Misses Grace Parks, Lena Turwife Saturday night and Sunday. ley and Mae Nixon were guests Walter Linton and wife went of Miss Carrie Nixon in Owingsto housekeeping Sunday on Bruce ville Monday. Dun's place, on Spencer. Born, to Martin Hart and wif oj A. G. Smatbers and Miss MarD. Stone attended a dunce on a big girl. Martin is smiling, h tha Married. Thursday, March 27. Flat creek Friday night. Geo. Bowman, of Williamson, W Va., and Miss Anna, daughter o stoDsto.no. Leslie Campbell and Elmer Perry Shultz, The wedding wa Miss May Ni Karrick, of Russell, visited Rob- a quiet ert and Clyde. Turley last week. on and Joe Shultz, brother of t" bride, attendants. The Frank Brown had a left Saturday for Willir ham stolen from his meathouse son, the home of the groom, one night last week. shower, of rice and old shoes, Mrs. Charlie Price was in Mt. reaching Ashland they discf ed that thoy could go no fa Sterling the Dast week. on account of high water a There were several hay stacks t : I to displace Sunday and barn roofs blown down by t neir married aM the wind storm Tuesday. n- .i .r,.tl!uyed bliss. W. T. Ragan, of Flat creek, Oivar Prlckiy As' visited friends here last week. tfsj has been, George Turley has made some ith n asles the past . vj improvements to his home. Mrs. Jennie Shrout v Will Terry has returned Ivmo. to Reynrtldsville Sund Virgil Cassity, of Pnv r i herlittlxs granddaught. a caller here Sunday DanBlevins, Clay k u . Alfred Carter, wtr JMtcl Wr. bt ciij "on were ir w, I and have imnroved store. New b?n added, New elevators constructed, New r t mces built, walls removed and the entire n enor of the building remodeled. "EI. COME you to their sales-floo- rs I "I did that, Kerngarj-an- a vrnnt lo tell ve thatrJtiever tfut me teeth into s, tougher bird in. me Me. J Tralalng School for Teachers A KCHMONO.XX lands of dollars have been expended to make this stOffthe best of its kind anywhere. cA trip to Cincinnati is not complete unless you include a visit to ,w cr. r.nrw. We have been busv for manv months, reconstruct ng T. -- w in Ti.iiHwlTaM fctl It uihMr.. r IttUcrr, Cchrt' 4 Cmim lw C ill UtB mil rmHk ! yi' roving and bettering:, and there is now completed the finest and test. in this part of the country. say Welcome, ; to this great exposition and see the est and most beautiful exclusive nen's and girls' garment floor in Cincin-- . . An exhibition on the third floor of idsorae Coats, Suits and Dresses for girls, ses and women, all reasonably priced. We are now ready to CoramissionQrs C. Sale Bath Circuit Court. Martin Keller, etc., Pl'tffs, versus Charles Dinkins, etc., Def'nts. Notice of Sale., TTnrler anA hv virtne'of a iuder- mentof the Bath "Circuit Court, rendered at its February terav action, 1913, in the above-style- d the undersigned Master Commissioner of said Court, will sell at public auction to the highest hid: me aer, at me ironi coor in the Bath County town of Owingsville, Kentucky, at or about the hour of one. o'clock . cA millinery department occupying the ire fourth floor in which are displayed more idsomc European end American model hats than u can sec in any other establishment. one-wit- " The second floor twenty thousand square feet devoted to men's and boys' clothing. The fifth floor a great per-manent exposition of women's v!t1s and children's shoes md women's furnishings. On the main floor are men's furnishing, men's hats, men's shoes, gloves, hosiery, novel- - Court-houF- e. . p. m., on MONDAY, 14th day of APRIL 1913. dav. the (the same being County Court following to-wi- descrtbedr.. A ? ton ties of a'l kinds. The basement floor houses g and tho best Nhina departments we house-furnishin- ' . i.cs,elcome. i Come to Cincinnati, come . ir :e rest rfxn. check yjur valises and e, use ou snrmat:cr. burc oil mis -- depot, make yourself at home, use our V property, t: A .certain parcel or iracc ai. of land lying1 and being in Bath " county, Kentucky, and consisting -of three tracts, bounded ana""der .r scribed as follows: Tract No. 1. Commencing at' a set stone in the, at or near Richard M. Crouch's; thence north with the pike 122rdds, to a dogwood tree; thence running east to a like point on 'the Ault & McGill line about 100 rods; thence in a straight line to an nnV- - trpp nt TWeTiard "M. Croucn'ff reds fin nn ,st 0 Owings-t(T the star run---nin- pc 2? ; one Bro.; Sweeten ana Bi air Stone-a- . rfnard.is ; Son of theDemo- - man will hold a series of m tings 'Also .the iarew Co. the pnmary elec-ei- a at the-M-. E. Church, beginning with lncfgsaiion. ;n Square, August 2, 1913. the first Sunday in April. Jas. Harper and wife vi. ebmati, Ohio. respective deputy will &GSB& vfvK. . Mrs. Tilford Horseman of Pres- relatives in Owingsv'ille Sum aown later. 4.. ton, visited her sister here B. F. Shrout spent Sunday of the nin Salt Lick with his sister-in-l- a .e.authorized toJi announce 3.13 chair CLr.-- n E. M. Swarts returned to his Mrs. Lou Rice. C .T1 f W. 5.31.C? home iaPineville Tuesday, after Coburn Hamilton and Miss Amy W. 7.34 c S ... n.,u;nt' e TtLl. visit with home Spurlock, of Hillsboro, were mara the top of ried at the Central Hotel in Mays-vill- e deg. W. 8.3 tk action of the Democratic par on Wednesday night, March" ty. In 1the event of his noraina- - Misses Ethel and May SwarM oak on the .1 i? T:! if - ana .eiecuun jvney xuiaui, visited friends at Salt Lick. SaW 26, by Elder Stahl. They returnuon iwim mm IcavaKi Thursday after mm3mnaMl ed to his home deg. W. 'v ef Qlympia, will be his deputy. nrHav. noon. Coburn is widely known Make the Orchard Produce be added. stump; thenMiss Nettie Lou Banks.of Win and has many friends. He is the by ETder Robt. Bhfcty at tie res work one always chains: thence This Year. The problem what In We are authorized, to announce chester, was the guest of her second eldest son of bantord A. idence were held aio o'clock p. 4fo do with the apple orchard in knowthis what heshould v just is spraying iJL C. Gudgell, of South. Sher- aunt, Mrs. N. T. Clark, the past Hamilton and wife.deceased, and m. Monday, after ,.5which the re- order to make it produce good for. In general, all leaf and fruit chains to a pinu .tree in W, Shackelford's line: thence N. 7T were intorived at the Atchburne, as a candidate for Asses week. is a nice, industrious young man. mains tl side of hU" fruit is an important one. Every- eating insects, such as slugs, cat- deg. E. 15,15 chains to the place graveyard sor of Bath county, subject to His bride is a stranger in this com- ison wife it th--V j a where one can find orchards that erpillars, beetles, codling moth, of beginning; excepting, howev the action of the Democratic par- visiting fnends here, munity, but is a handsome and first conco oi Hienas and have produced good fruit in past etc., are controlled by using Par er, from' above tract b6unded as large ty; If elected H. S. Roberson, of conlady. seasons,' but owing to neglect and is green or arsenate of lead when follows: relatives. Durritt Swarts. who was called intelligent young well The Saltlick, will be his deputy. and Commencing at a stone on the fai liarly called, advancing age they have fallen the insects hrst appear. Scale Ed, as h i to Williamsburg two weeks ago gratulationsfriends andwishes of relatives was the u their many " 3i thirteen chilinto the habit of bearing only in insects, such as oyster shell scale. west side of the Olympia & MenOn account of the illness of his j We are authorized to announce daughter, Mrs. Dud Parks, came are extended them. dren of Sanford ii.id Susan An- seasons at which time every tree San Jose scale and scurfy bark ifee turnpike and waters of Salt " T. CVmltr nf Preston, as a Too late for last week derson, lone deceased, and was a is full of fruiL Everyone Who louse, are controlled by using Lick and Mud Lick creeks, runMrs. ' candidate for Assessor of Bath home Saturday, riereports New- has an orchard of this kind must some one of the contact sprays, ning northwest 43i rods; thence Parks a little better. Elizabeth Stone, after a brother of the late John Mrs. of to the fw county, subject riartv atactiondh-ton and George 'Andersi. He be anxious to know what steps such as kerosene 'emulsion, or southwest 24 rods; thence S. 6i severe attack of grip, is better. t -t- tM rwm(vrabfe the stoops. born Jan. 12, 1855. "fle was may be taken to make the trees lime sulphur solution, in the spring rods; thence S. E. 40 rods to the ,wry. election to be held August A great amount of feed has Thieves broke into James Har was married to Miss Mary, Myers, return a crop of fruit regularly, before the buds open. beginning, this exception confirst '2, . 19131 .In the event of Mr. been left over. One of the chief difficulties in per's meat house and stole two daughter of Joseph Myers and Spraying is not the only opera- taining 3i acres more or less, and mmwfs' - Slwltz's election Walter Bailey, large hams, one side of bacon wife, and adopted daughter of the way of caring for the home tion that is necessary to make an the entire tract hereby containmW&m&r i Tobacco plants are looking ex and two cans of lard. White Oak, will be his deputy. Jess Atchison. To this union one orchard is spraying. Fairly good orchard profitable. It is but dne of ing 135 acres more or less. tra well for the time of year. Tract No. 3, On the waters of child. Wm. S. Anderson, was fruit may often be produced with- the links in the chain of success" Odessa. born, and lives near Wyoming. out cultivation. Pruning is not ful orchard managemenL Prun- Mud Lick, beginning at a set CORRESPONDENCE. Misses Ethel. Bertha and Eliz While last week was very dis- His.second wife wasMisa Maggie so difficult and there is a wide ing and cultivation are also im- stone witnessed by a dogwood abeth Wells have' been danger agreeable on account of so much Phillips, oldest daughter of the range of time in which it may be portant and should not be.neg-lecte- d tree corner on the Owingsville & ously ill with measles. Bethel. if one expects to ge't the Menifee turnpike and running Dr. W. 0. Phillips and wife. done. With spraying it is differ' and rain, still we. should be ' o. .Robertson had a Jersey There are three candidates m wind thankful when we compare late north 35 rods with the said pike: His.second wife with her three ent, and in order to get the best best results. lightning. Montgomery Co. named Greene. very cow killed spray The outfit needed for spraying thence E. 110 rods to the McGill our little inconveniences to the sons, Robert, Phillips and Emo- results the proper should be ap time. a small orchard should consist of line: thence with said line S. E. Several barns in this vicinity This is enough to make the other great suffering, death and devas ry, are left to mourn the death' plied at the Jf San Jose scale is present the a good brass lined pump with a 80 rods to a black oak corner to were blown down by the heavy candidates turn "Green" with tation at Liay ton and otner places. of husband and father. envy. wind storm last Tuesday. Ed Anderson was one of our firstsprayingshould be in the dor- barrel, 25 feet of hose, a godd 8 Oren H. Trout's N. E. corner; been poorly J. T. Gudgell Luther Ginter, a son of Lem the past week. has best citizens. He had been a mant season, as late as possible or 10 feet bamboo extension rod, thence N. 76 deg. W. about 112 people from the sur Crowds of member of the Christian Church before the buds, begin to swell. with one or more standard noz- rods to the place of beginning, rounding country went to see the Ginter. of Ewington, is at Mid strong not containing 35 acres, The whole outfit Mrs. Mary Roby and was or less, at Sherburne, wnicn was dletown, Ohio, and his parents with tmeumonia at is threatened for thirty yeaw, of years. deacon For this spraying use a may be zles. more than $20 or should and it being part Jof the more deeded river cost $25, wash. This the home of for" a nunibr There land are anxious about his welfare. higher than ever known. Lindsay. are: but five of his father' fami- prepared at home or it. may be if cared for it will last several to Richard H. Crouch by William Cant. Henry L. Jones.of Knox- her son J. B. xAs W. L. Crouch, Misses Edna purchased of various manufac years. A half day or a day at and HettieAult on January, 30, John Swetnam and sister Miss.1 ly living: Thos. D of Hoor.sston,t; turers. ville, Tenn., was here Saturday. Crboch and Bessie Gilvin were the, most will suffice to spray an 1911.. rsreXn sf 171 of ff.fkL- - IMClfrOfl hVtaifl III.; Jiettie, wife of Alex stew-ardriving they came near having a A young horse ridden by Kel- - grandparents, John Swetnam anyl The next important spraymor orchard of from twenty-fiv- e to So much of said--laMag, Vife of Sam Baird; Suwill be sariotMc aecidenL The horse be- - lar Jones, a colored boy m the sold as will be necessaryo: satissan, wife of .Wm. (Buck) Ander- should be just after the petals fifty trees, according to size. cup ewsie. frightened at an automobile employ of Bridges Bros., fell wash is made as fy the' debL interest and JftJfc of son,, all of near Howard, Kansas; fall and before the caly The new board of the Farmers' and 'Mrs. Millie Vanlandintf Bpeetanar the buggy, and throw backward on him and broke one Closes, v It is given at fins time so follows: Twenty pounds of lump the plaintiffs which on tlfe" daVof Stock Co. store made a wise move of. Wyoming. guard against- the coddling lime is slacked to a creamy mix- SAlf will ittrtrrncrtttt thi ing them ftwiinst a wire xence. of his legs Friday evening. in'selecting J. H. McGregor as Deceased hstd an attack o. ppphat caue3 wormy fruit ture and fifteen pounds of sul'Mr.. -- J Mrs. Coleman Elliott, Mrs. Alf Warner and sons, of foreman in their store. jausing-th- e small apples to phur added. To this should be Said sale will be made on a from whichhg had about ville, visited C. M. Rat- - Rothwell, who left ML Sterling ef Qj fff, Bgrdeaux or dilute lime-,l- added fifteen gallons of water. credit of six months, f o)r Ohio, got is still poor- ered and,,vent tov.worj ounday. e. Uncle Brack Jones the Tuesday for Dayton, UC may be used, to which Boil for one hour. stirring fre-The. purchaser Avill be reno further than Cincinnati. Rel- ly, but holding his own very well. storefcsoprf after whicl ouch has accepted pounds of lead auently. At the end of the cook- quired to execute a bond rav- ,two or three pneumonia"developed ar the Citizens Bank at atives here were uneasy, fearing Uncle Wm. Day, who had spent I'nate; The Bordeaux will keep ing process the mixture should able to the undersigned. Masthey had been caught in the flood, the winter with his daughter fatal in.a'fqw hours. '. be amber in color. Add ' water ter. Commissioner, hearing six .lungus growth in check. year After fifty-eigrenear went to rorafourto six weeks later enodch to make fifty eallons and per cent, interest per annum entertainment last Friday Walter H. Bridges see his Lex- Mrs. Turner,, week Sherburne, the bor to spend wife turned last nird and a fourth spraying may apply at once. jueht was a suceess. Jrroceeds ington Sunday to f rdm the date of sale until fully summer with hi3 daughter Mrs. We trust a with and little son. necessary in order to protect aonars, twenty-tw-o J. H.' Carmody, Assistant paid. Said bond to have the force bout power cah save W. T. Anderson. e'iruiCifrpm bitter rot, scab, Horticulturlist, Kentucky Exper and effect a judgment and tare-ma-in The Springfield Sunday-scho' f.The negro George Brown, who By a jick rbti sooty blotchx coddling iment Station. Edmoud David Baxter Anderobserved Children's Day last Suna lien.on the prpperty sold ciate igM last week, vas we shot at Paris Sunday. ;nyt!i, otc. For these sprayings day. A very interesting program son' departed this life Sunday, From the cradle until paid. jGillead hrimdiat t:je I'ordeaux dilute mixture, to Heavypaper to go under D. W. DOGGETT, M. C; B. C. C. . r- was carried "X)uL 'Contributions Marcn,23, 1913, at his home m ! fn i r m.. r.. which .he arsenate of lead should Subscr Wyoming. Serviced conducted Outlook foffke. amounted to $7.50. H. C. Gudgell, atty. flinty OnlrtrSBbT tncomce - -- v Mabr US A' J" vSfSfc Mii f lW J3 ' ;"rr. - J tnree-weeK- S - e: . fTc-enceyd- -- --.-ir lime-sulph- ur - . nd Lime-sulph- ur 5s-t- o - -- 0y ur S pur-pric- -- i ht ol , V