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it tot Into tU ilntiwrs, of all of
thflMliouw. Tha rati fctlfo avenue
Is still pelally'subwt ?;:
moth fencee, loterBtKw.aMriftweod
deoorata-fit in nseaafcatfyA1
Of eourse, theswtiglBr brtd ia
m tkr U MtstrA watwr
front Maplewoo aterr' to the
plttabttrgh Pliuf, factory. The "Jun
glee" constitute a swamp, 'with non
deacflpt articles floating about' there
OARD Of HEALTH
After Condition In Th
The 'foregoing embodies much of the
typical scene bow existing In the west
end of our city, iln most, of the cases,
they are deplorable, and order, can not
possibly baVnstored without outside
assistance. The board of health must
be particularly active as' a crisis la ac
tually impending.' Each cltliea of this
district- muat feearit In mind that sani
tation spells, health for him and his
family aai (precautionary measures
cannot be tee (teat In these lie, sal
Was All The taved Tha . A O. Rail,
Whlie.the faet that the B. 6. road
bed waa put away south of the'Slld
ey" bridge aaay seem deplorable, It Is
without a doubt a, piece ef exceeding
ly good fortune. Had the road-bed
held irmly and allowed the water to
bank higher aa It moat surely would
have done, the force of the current
la the, creek bed would, necessarily
have been Increased greatly and the
water would have been .much higher at
that Dolnt Wit, conditions of this
kind the bridge could not have held
. and would, have gone out. The,aftH
ty of the viaduct and thekPennsyivan:
ia bridge weuidthen have, been. In
the hanoXrofeproyMwice. Had te
heavy rtlW'lM ca!e with; the
current far is the, viaduct- It .weald
have meant a terrilc ooUlslen ,and
the stoi.at)ruowte?t onbiaetj J
a weak etU,f have breastod
the floodi as, wet; haya bean, tern
ter at .amVlat ', !
.tWa ti Wktld have no doubtioarried
PewitylvaaU.brMte ,H yfimfal
to drop wv.thewrrmit. 'Look
ing at the sltuatioWfromthU angle It
seems very fortunate, that tae a, v.
road-bed gave way Jutt atthe rtlme
when It did. .
Mr. It C Patterson, the Mt. Vernon,
agent of ihe Baltimore and Ohio rall
rott,. Btated'Weneaday.mornfng that
tiJrf seryice'trbm Mt. Vernon east
will probablf be restored In 24 hours,
but that th4 western, service can not
tee, offered unUI "Friday night or Sat
urday morning, ', f
The statloa-was'.alao affected by-the
flood, wator pwwiigaatp the"cellar to
a depth of oaWifawtl- , '
Are Held Up In jhla City tyThe
Twenty-flva ,mevi;dtwo women
from alf tistttw, of .tbA country are
suspenjgAe, W.jM . gb4W
people ire &&,
n,n a -ct ef'hoaseaad ae(u!iif
th'em foMlatlntt puVpoaea. fiTlW
all uklnrthelr:sdaat.the cums
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la a can of thta-ktad,? jhere PMM;
.r. krtd u.'on aeeount et wroak
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hi. dtv Wedadw h 'lMaad
without injury, sltheagh he lea mm,
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aona had, Bffra;BjBn a
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si.-mhiar. o. March l-HNreralp '. -,-ot,eut lata the water, aad
Fni tMr Inks Ii Tie
Wtsf SMc tf Tie Oly
Nice Ail Fire Deprtants
In Of Tie F Ire Tim Cum
Nipte ImgiM FmilTkelr
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Most valuable assistance was ren
dered by the members of the Mt. Ver
non police and Are departments and
Mr: Patrick Purcell ,ot the Associated
Oharltlea'ln caring, for persons who
had been rendered homeless by the
terrible flood of Tuesday morning.
Many Families Aided
The old flre; department wagon and
a team of "horses from the Third ward
engine house was on the scene of the
flood in the west end of the city at
2:30, o'clock Tuesday morning in
charge of Chief of Police Clements and
other officers and members of the Are
department. All Tusday morning and
all daytTuesday and up until 11:30 at
night the. rescuers worked most dill
tv Fourteen wagon loads of people
.were rescued from homes ia the west
ed of the city. This included more
than fourteen persona and ia ,a nunv
beridtMsea there were several pr
eens In one family. It was shortly be
fore midnight when the last wagon
lead wasbrpught to a place of safety
the tired-out rescuers went to
Cared Per At Church
a Three families are being cared for
at the Gay' Street Methodist Episco
pal church until the. waters subside;
Oh Tuesday 16 persons were cared
for at the church. Cote and bed cloth
ing wore, procured at Camp Sychar and
taken to the church and the people
asadeas comfortablo as possible. The
associated charities furnished provi
sion and the ladles of-the Oay Street
M.. E. church assisted in the cooking
of the eatables at the church. By night
many persons were able to return to
their homes, but three families were
compelled to remain at the church all
night and wore taken care of on Wed
A Thrilling Experience
Chief of Police Clements .Sheriff
John M, Wpolison and' Fireman Butch
er had'a' thrilling experience on Tues
day afternoon and at tha same time
one of the Are department horsaacanie
very near drowning, the offlcera' re
ceived a call to come immediately to
Maplewood avenue where a family .was
la gratdanger of drowning.-The offlc
efastitred to the scene in the wagon
down -west tfign aireei. ai'wb
go .went further, west the current was
.'J-iiM'. 4ha iTlvlwaM Bt,Mll& 'AAHlAdA
niirwi uu wiun """". w
I turn-over,, to .Burgess street, and
reach-MaplVwood'aveaueln this way.
Aa.thelvfagon reached a point about
onelock, thlsside ot Riverside park
the wagon.waat Jnto a deep hole and
one of i,th, horses feU and bcame en
tanjdad'' liihV barnss and, could not
t'u.ii Chief Clements, ann woou-
MMtana firemsw, atcner jueHw. Liy
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W the-water; aad" succeeded m rescu
lBg'.thaliqraejbcutUng the. hanteti.
TUM'iMetirpU;?. thanoraea wa
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treaiwd as tUll there on Wedaaeday
'itiea.'ouV'A'waauaed hytthe res-
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day afternoon It was neeeesa'ry to use
a canoe In taking the members of two
families to a place of safety. .'The can
oe was operated by Mr. 'Harry W.
Kooas and Mr. William L; KeMnson,
and the, two handled the !Hht craft
like eaperts. After getttag up to. the
dW of one house and the members of
the family refused to get late the can
oe, but staled that they ware 'without
bread and needed some ef the staf of
life The two men in the caaoe went
back to land secured the bread and
then started again to the house' In the
caaoe. This time they ran Into a fence
and" Were unable to reach' the bouse.
One of the men stood up in the cande
and threw the bread towards the
house. The man missed the parcel and
bread fell into the rushing waters, Mr.
Koons and. Mr. Robinson started after
the bread in the canoe and succeeded
In picking It up. The second time
they went back to the house and this
time the man caught the bread In his
Two women and a man were taken
from a i house Into the canoe and re
moved to a place of safety.'
The Last Trip Made
At 11:30 Tuesday night the mem
bers of the police department and Mr.
Patrick Purcell' drove to all the flooded
sections of the. city to Inquire if any
needed assistance. They found that all
had been taken care of!
Didn't do To Bed
Chief of Police Clements, the mem-,
bers of the police force and the city
firemen remained up and on duty- All
night for fear that the waters might
rise and their services would be need
ed in rescuing those in danger.
Early Wednesday morning Chief
Clements, Officer Hough and Fireman
Deltrlck made a trip through the west
and south-west sections of the city In
the patrol wagon and found everything
to be all right, as far as any Immedr
late assistance was necessary.
Are You Constipated?
If so, get u box of Dr. king's New
Life Pitla, take them regularly and
your trouble will quickly disappear.
They will stimulate the liver, improve
your dUgestlon and get rid of all the
poisons from your system. They will
surely get you well again. 23c at O.
K. Baker & Co:
SAFE AND SOUND
ArK IN IT! SECURITIE AND
SOUND IN ITffRINCIPtES .18
THE BUCKEYC STATE EUILD
ING AND LOAN COMPANY,
RANKIN BUILDING, 22 WEST
QAY STREET. COLUMBUS,
1. Securities. First mortgages on
homes and farms,
i. No .loans made , to offlcern, di
rectors, employees, or their families.
,3, Its appraisers are most care
ful and conservative.
4. Its auditors nre experienced.
C. Assets $6,600,000; Five per
cent, paid on time deposits.
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f Zeck AlBQSt Wiped But By
May filMlijs Swept Away
By The Waters
atillYOod, O.j March 26
The ' 'village- of Zuok WAS
nearly "wiped put by the flobl
iiesaay. Tne nome ot a .
M; Carpenter was washed
away shortly before noon.
His barn was carried away,
a short time earlier. The
house and, barn belonging to
Mrs. John Styers were;botu
taken away by the flood but
no: one. ,was reported drovn1
ed iitpur other barns.;mak
ing six in .all, were washed
; .The fill was taken sout, of
thCiouth end of the Mill;
wood bridge and the atruc-
tiuV.waB conBiderably, weak
a ine now.-aBasuuB
Tbeloiinnfe to; the, Phif IHiel
BupplyOb" waa' brokh here
Ti IrMftt ! lux Cmty
WHt AMUt Tl JIQIJH
Is The Estlmte'; Given ly
An Expert wife Man
The Greatfst Lets In Eastern
Pvt Of The Cwnty
Nn Ceilliei Ii Jail Oi
Accent M Tie Fliei
Die Curt hwc
The county commissioners at the
present time have been unable to fig
ure the loss In Knox county brought
about by the washing away of bridges
by the flood of Tuesday.
A Mt. Vernon man, an expert in
the bridge business, estlniates'that the
loss In Knox county will reach $100,-
According to report the greatest loss
will be in eastern Knox county, down
around Brink Haven, where It is re
ported that three large county bridges
are gone. The West Gambler street
bridge will probably be a total loss
and then there are other bridges out
up around Fredericktown and north of
the village. Bridges are .also reported
out east of Gambler,
Kober Still In Jail
John Kobe, better .known in ML
Vernon as Philip Koeber, is still con
fined in the Knox county Jail on a
charge of burglarising -a barber shop
In West Union. West Virginia. Kober
will probably be compelled to remain
several days In jail on 'account ot fhe
dodd'. Chief ot Poliee" OlemeuW re
ceived a telegram from Chief of Police
John R. Dotson 6f Weat Union. W. Va..
Tuesday evening 'that he had started
fop Mt. Vernon after the prisoner, but
had been held up. at Parkersburg, W.
Va.,'tm account of the high waters, in
the meantime Kober will lanqulsh in
the county Jail until the chief, of po
lice arrives. ' '
Motion For New Trial
A motion for a new trial nasi been
filed In probate court by" Attornoys
Crouch and Rawlins in 'the case of
Charity Ann Robinson, which was .de
cided by Judge Wilkins a few" days
ago and in which the courtrefuaed to
remove the guardian.
The Burger Estate
Daniel Keller and, Jacob A. Burger
of Butler have been appointed admin
istrators of Levi S. Burger, giving
bond, in the sum of $2,000. with A.' M.
Stewart and J. W. Keller as sureties.
The appraisers are Joseph N. Bechtel.
John Coleman and Frank Cunning
George H, Ferenbaugh toVCbarles, G
Weaver, lot In city. .11.. . ' . ,
M. 8. Banning to O. 8. Hotchktss,
parcel In city, ii;.
Beat Known Cough Remedy
Por forty-bree, years DrtyKlng'a
New Discovery has beetf;, knon
throughout the world ns the most re
liable cough- remedy. Over'three'ml)-.
Hou bottles ere used last 'yaaf. .Isn't
this probtT' ,t will get ridj af your
cdurh, or, we , will, refund yoar money.
3,3.,09ma,p( Allendale, ';. C, writea
lilt? fy. mmuw w yvT.7V-. T rt -
'After twenty years, i jnaa'.wav-wr.
Klns's Now; 'Discovery ls.th ibest
redy for" coughs and, celeV that I
bave ever usei." For cougha.'or colda
ant all throat and lung troubles, -it
has no eaual., 60c and fi.W.atO'R:
Baker ft ;Ce. "
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. inapeetlen Tonight
T.ke annualif Inspection of Clinton
Chap! No. 2, R. AM., will; occur ,th
evening. Supper, at 6 o'clock and work
itrVcck: All Chapter Masons are
lBvRed. ' " , '
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Greer, V)., March 2G Ev
ery wagon, bridge between
Loudonville and Warsaw is
reported to have been wash
ed away by Tuesday's high
water. The railroad bridg
es- however, held firm and
did not go down. The T, W.
V. & O. tracks north of here
are washed out for a distance
of nearly a mile and train
service over the line will be
held up for an indefinite
length, of time. The large
wagon bridge here is gone
and the Hyde bridge north
of hero has also been, carried
away. The Robinson bridjje-
a short distance south of
Greer was taken out early
Several houses and barns
in this vicinity have been
washed away wth all of
their contents but' no lives
The Cause of Rheumatism
Stomach trouble, lazy liver and de
ranged kidneys are the cause of rheu
matism. Get your stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels in healthy condi
tion by taking Electric Bitters, and
you will not be troubled with the pains
of rheumatism. Charles B Allen, a
school principal, of Sylvanta, Ga., who
suffered Indescribable torture from
rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble
and diseased kidneys, writes: "All
remedied failed until I used Electric
Bitters, but four' bottles of this won
derful remedy cured me completely."
Maybe your rheumatic pains come
Trbtu utomacli, IU ei aud'.ilduey , trou
bles. Electric Bitters will give you
prompt relief. 50c and $1.00. Recom
mended by G. R. Baker tc Co.
4. 4. 4.
Mr. Wesley Hacock of Mt. Liberty
visited with his mother a few days
the past week.
Mr. John Russell moved his house
hold effects to Mt. Vernon the past
Mrs. Lottie Hlle.of Indiana, visit
ed with her sister, Mrs. Harriet Wil
son, the past week.
Miss Hazel Davis, of Mt. Vernon,
visited with friends in this vicinity
the past week.
Marlon Dustln and family will move
,to the Clint Corwln farm this spring.,
Mrs. Eugene Oaborn, of Peerless,
Ohio, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ed,
Mitchell the past week.
Mrs. Mnry Wotzeil visited with
friends in Columbus the past week.
Mrs. Charles Keese visited with
her parents in, Morrow county the
The W. C. T, XT, will hold a gold
medal contest at Ahkenytown next
Friday nnd another one; .at Waterford
on Saturday evening , .
Mrs. Henry Woodward was called to
Newark the past week by the illness
of her sister. "
The M. E, Brotherhood are planning.
to give a lecture course' again next
winter. The course the past season
netted the organization about sixty
It Yoir Menty Idle?
. It U, like seed that is pot
planted; It ,if(U net; yield, a Utr
vest, Deposit' jrour funds herei
They wtil, Jhen., work steadily,
take no holidays and be abso-
mjbjL '' dBBBttMja
Qtm Rica tat Hm Affects) Parat
I, aH ? Gathering la Eyaa,
Mooo, Throat swdLwaga.
fit )it!"' '.' ..
By a Ion Mrle of elaborate experi
ments, at the Swift Laboratory It l defi
nitely known that catarrh can be cured
by tha simple process of Inoculating the
blood with antidotal remedies that stop
Inflammatory conditions throughout the
mucous linings of all the organs of the
body; This Is done- with tha famous
Bwlft's Sure Specific, or as It Is widely
Known, . b. a. it js taken into the
blood Just aa naturally a the most
nourishing food. It spreads Its Influence
over every organ In the body, comes
through all the veins and arteries, an
abtcs all mucous stirface to exchange In
flammatory acids and ether Irritating
substances for arterial elements that ef
fectually cleanse the system and thus put
aa end to all catarrhal' pollution. 8. 8. 8.
eieans out the stomach of mucous ac
cumulations, enable only pure blood-making
materials to enter the intestines, com-,
Maea with these food elements to enter
the circulation In less than an hour.
Tou will soon realise Its wonderful In
fluence by the absence of headache, a de
cided clearing of the air passages, a
steadily Improved nasal condition, and
a sense of bodily relief that' proves how
completely catarrh often Infests the en
tire system. Tou -will And 8. 8. S. on
sal at all drug stores at $1.00 per bottle.
It Is a remarkable remedy for any and
all blood affections, such as eczema, 'rash,
lupus, tetter, psoriasis, boils and all scrof
ulous conditions. For special advice on
any Mood disease write In confidence to
The Swift Spectflc Co., 127 Bwlft Bldg.,
Atlanta, da. Do not delay to get a bottle
of 8. 8. 8. at your druggists.
GEORGIA, D. A. R. MEET
Augusta, Ga., March 26 Practically
every local chapter In the state tf
Georgia Is represented by delegates at
the State convention of the O. A. R. of
this stat... which opened here today for
a session extending over three days.
The Augusta Chapter Is the host of
the visiting delegates and has arrang
ed an Interesting program for the en
tertainment of the visitors.
Best For Skin Diseases
Nearly every akin disease yields
quickly and permanently to Bucklem'a
Arnic SitVe,r aadnothlig IT better
for burns or bruises. Soothes and
heils, Jphn Deye, .ot. Gladwin, Mich.,
says, after suffering twelve years
with akin ailment and spending $400
in doctor's bills,' Bucklen's Arnica
Salve cured him him. It will help
you. Only 25c. Recommended by G.
R, Baker Co.
DR. 0. 0. ORIDER .
OSce and residence corner
Gambler and Mulberry sta. .Calls
answered day or night. Both
'phones, CltUens' 173 blue; Dell
EBA M. CROUCH
ATTOnNBY AT IAWw
tlpeclal attention given to the' writing
of wills, filing acounU and all legal
matters In the settlement ef estates.
Sevan years experience in the Pro
bate Court. - . . .
Cltlsens' 'phone 4tt Black ,
Ofllee over Dever's Drus Store. W.
Side Public Square, alt Vernon. O.
Notice i hereby given that tha ua:
deralgned has been appointed and
auallled admialstrator 'ot the' esute
late ot Knox eounty, Oato, deceaaed,
by the probata court of said county.
'It is to tho intereat ot ey-
ry ;,buyEo RugB, jCrM
kattinri and' Linoleumi to
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ioVtoVThe Arnold BMM WISsSSRaSM?', - 'M
examine their stocKana. BxWtUM95sEra ' ' "!M
fcn'ce? before buyuig.; WK3BsSS&lm 41
advance in'- vprieiwrKie!, SSeSVsrJVeSlffSfiVPi - . M,
itieans money ;,eTed:tta' tbe MVrVZB&lLSS&&t:.. , 3 )
sBMmvsiV i. a ssi mat wtf,-P sumabW ,7HafcMf"rw,'M'P0B.,,,'"T.M .? i 2K ', j
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To start a Savings Account la
being offered you. All' depeerta" ada.'
this month will bear interest free
April 1st. Interest will be credited t
your .account every warier at the
rate of 4 per cent per annum.
We also take money on CertHeat.
with interest paid in cash at the. e4
of six months at the same rat aa.
Or on Certificate of 1500.00 and
over which bears 5 per cent Interest'
The Knox Saxlngs tc Loan Aas'n.,
C. V. COLV1LLE, 8eo'r.
Oliver D. Thompson
The. Chambers Window Olam Co.
Knox Common Mean. .
By virtue of execution on transcript ls
sued out of. tha Court of Common Plesjs.
of Knox Count)', Ohio, and to me direct
ed, I will offer for sale at the door ef
the Court House, in Mount Vernon, KnsxL
Saturday, the 12th day of
between the hours of 1 p. m. and 3 p. m.
of said day. the following described bade
and tenements, to-wit:
The following described real estate la
Clinton township, Kaex County, Ohio, as
being a part or parcel of land out ot Let.
IS, In the second quarter, sixth towaaMav.
aad thirteenth range in said T. P., Coun
ty and State, bounded and described, aa
Beginning at a point at the northwest
corner of a small .lot formerly owned, br
Ettxa A. Trdtt et at; thence north I t-I
degrees east twenty () feet to a stake;
thence south B S-t degrees east 4J rods,
to a stake: thence North 2 1-1 degree
east 47.12 rods to an .Iron stake; theac
S3 1-4 degrees west at.it roes to a pest:
thence South 3 1-2 degrees east 41.M ro4s
to a neat: thence South B S-4 degrees east
Z7.M rods to tbe place ot beginning.
Annraised at seven hundred and fifty
Sheriff Knox County, Ohio.
L. T. Cromtey, attorney for plaintiff
DT. LP. VOW
WILL MAKE HIS
202ii Visit to Mt Vernon
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