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THE DIM6RATI0 BAXm:
TUMDAY, APRIL 1113.
How the Flood Submerged Homes In Dayton.
At Regular Intervals Says
Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vefe
table Compound com
pletely cured her.
Adrian, Texa9. "I take pleasure In
adding my testimonial to the great list
How Flood Wrecked Bridge at Columbus.
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I torrent wade the streets Impassuble, while other were driven to the roofs.
. Wreckage In Columbus Flood.
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Tona Hiitl tons of debris wero swept
wreckaKe collected ugulnst brldccs and
-tsrttaer IncreaseU tue height of the Hood.
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tho submerged residence districts of Dayton. O. It will be wen that many of
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houses, foruiluu duma, wbtcli Btlll
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Tracks Submerged at Columbus.
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.This picture of the Gocklns Volley
wns impossible durinc tlie flood. The
tracks for several blocks.
Boat From Columbus Flood.
their homes by the rising waters were taken to pluees of safety In boats manned
sufferers were so chilled by exposure
Section of Stricken Omaha.
Photo, copyright. 1913, by American.
Here la what is left fMlewIM
Obsmbh. The tornado pUij(hvoc Uere,,aM jwgrwa bWwrkUM to.tfct
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tower station shotrs why rallroria trntflc'
water entirely submersed the railroad
tbut they had to be curried on Btretebers.
Preaa Association. (
lmll,'tlJe,eref,tUeiiero secU of
and hope thav it will
be of interest to suf
fering women. For
four years I suffered
untold agonies at
Such pains and
,; hiiiK!Ei-3ti i'.i1 i I
nch, then Anally hem
orrhages until I
would be nearly
blind. 1 had five
doctors and none of them could do more
than relieve me for a time.
" I saw your advertisement In n pa
per and decided to try Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound. I took
seven boxes of it and UBed two bottles
of the Sanative Wash, and I am com
pletely cured of my trouble., When I
began taking the Compound I only
weighed ninety-six pounds and now I
weigh one hundred and twenty-six
pounds. If anyone' wishes to address
me in person I will cheerfully answer
all letters, as I cannot speak too highly
of the Pinkham remedies. "Miss Jes
sie Marsh, Adrian, Texas.
Hundreds of such letters expressing
gratitude for the good Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound has accom
plished aro constantly being received,
proving tho reliability of this grand old
If you want special ndvico write to
Lydia II. Plukham Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your let (cr will
he opened, read iiiid answered by a
nomau aud held iu strict eoufldcuce.
The Place for
Aprl first Is a time when
many persons have money
they wish to place where It
. Is safe and will earn them
a fair rate of interest. In
this connection we wish to
call your attention to what,.
Is recognized as the .best,
, ana most desirable. The j
. guaranteea six per cent;
tlm,e certificates of THE
AND LOAN ASSOCIA
TION CO. These certifi
cates are secured by the en
tire assets of the company
amounting to more than
BUILDIN6 AND LOAN
ASSOCIATION CO. began
' business April ' 1st, 189S,
and Its affaire have been
so well managed that It
has never suffered a loss.
During this period It has
grown from a small com
pany to a company of large
proportions, and with the
completion of Its new of
fice building only a few
weeks off It will be prepar
ed to handle a larger busi
ness than heretofore.
Our management Is con
servative and safe. Our
assets are ample to afford
the moet complete securi
ty. We nylte you to In
vectlgate our affairs and
our method pf receiving
and loaning money, and
feel sure you will become
a customer either as a de- ,
' i posltor or borrower.
We loan .on first mort
'gage real estate security.
" Deposits received by
The Centerburg Building
Jjoan Association Co.
CENTERBURG, OHIO '
IN THK PROUATH COURT, KNOX
Notion of Hearing of Apullcutlon to.ru.
coiil Receipts, etc., Lyillu
(lied In this court her uunllcntlon and re
ceipts for leKucles paid by her under Item
tlvn of the last Will mid Testament at
Karnh Masteller, deceasett for entry-on the
Journul and record on the margin of the
record of the will of tho said Haruh
Masteller In this court to affect release or
real estate from encumbrances?.orN said
legacies, therefore Bald matter will be for
hearing before this court, on the 22nd day
of April A. D. 1013. at 9 ('clock, a. in.
r PHIMP I WIMvINH,
DR. 0. 0. 0BIDER . t
, Veterinary Surgeon.
, Graduate Licensed
Ofljce and .residence comer
"Gambler and Mulberry sts. Calls
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awl -r9!aW '
answered day. or night. Boti ?J
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