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'J 'lllf!IW4)ip Rescuing Sufferers at Dayton. Photo copyright, 1913. by American Press Association. Cables wore strung from teleurnpb nnd tclepliono polos to reach persons maroonel on housetops or tipper Hours The crowd in the foreground had thus been rescued utiii m-c uniting to be taken away In run-laces or nutos. Omaha Moving Picture Show Wrecked. Old Hickory Chips An nnti - pnfTnrciet oprnking ngninst equal frnncliisp, Hays Hint there nro too tnniiy fonls voting nlrondv. OuitcliI S iniPtliinp is evidently wrong wlion (l?inocmt8 decline good jobs with Inrpe enlnrica nttiicliPtl. New York continues to lond in prosperity. A commission now finds Hint Sine Sing will linvo to bo enlarged. "Mnlcn the mini cood nnd the irl will be," snys a witness be fore the Chicago Vice Commis sion. Of course, or Vice Versa I When it comes to tho browing business, the South nnd Central American Republics hnvo Mil Wiiukre ben ten to n frazzle. On ly they brew mostly trouble. Amom: tho chief criminnls wcro thmo who in the Hood dis trict raispd the price of food to the poor sufTorer". Anrthrr morn of the ilooih is tlmr iIhmh fmttRt, bo wnfrrtielit nnd fundi proof. After COO yenrs in a etrnneo bind, the Turks ought to be glad to got bnck hotrio in A.in. But of course, Senator Sl'er mini, the ni'W llliunisSeiiiitorhhs ninny nccoinplisliments besides thnt of "Inokini! into Lincoln." We honestly believe President Wilson would nttrnct attention nt n basobnll enmo with three men on bnses and two out. Plum trees nre in full bloom nnd soon tho plums will bo fall ing in Wnshingtou. Onlv 121,503 persons linvo ap plied for tho 10,884 jobs in the gift of the new administration. The 120 000 that, cannot be ac, CDinmodnted will be nlile to work off their enthusiasm later bv tak ing examinations for the clnssi fli'il "service. When it comes to uplift and boautiflcntinn Illinois Statesman-1 "hlpsfll turns to J. Ilimilfon W 0. T. U. CONTEST Lowis. I THURSDAY EVLNINO Gntubh with your wifo if you Th nfilnl contest lil.i 1 lor must gamble, it keeps tho money ! tlio nu'pices of tho W, C. - U. iu the fmnilr. will he iriven Thursday cvot 'ig One wnv tos.ive money is to f this wui'k lit tho iirt hui.; run when you sec a friend cum- oiniiing it 7:IJ0-'cl-ck. At this in;. The Hull Mno pirr.v is lippnm uit! mlilicieil In ', If .vcmihm n. state politic onrlv' in its cnrooi. For Barm, Braises and Sores Tilt" Ollicltcf.t Hiul Hlireit curn for burn tiruiM-a. boils, sure?. Itillnmn tlnn niul hII .kin diseases is lluok lon'x Arnli'K SIvh. in timr Hhvii it cured 1 H liHlllii of Iredell, 'rex., or h ore on Mr nnkln which pained hi in io ho conlil luirdly walk. Should be In every houe. Only 25c KecomillHIKteil bv St. llcn.nril Mln. Inir (.'i Incorporated, Dun? Depart-mont. To Put on Rubbers. Most mothers find It hard to put on their children's rubbers. If they would ubo a shoo horn thoy would find tho task qulto easy, and savo many bruised Angers nnd broken nulla, CJiiroft mix matrons of .M.ulison vil'o who have never before opok on in public will cnnip.-te for tho silver mednl which is beitm given bv Mrs. Loom i 8 for tho bust effort. Thin wi 1 be judged by threo com petent persons selected from tho audii'tic In Hitiiitiiiii to the con tent thoso who attend will he en tertained with drills, cnlos nnd quartettes. O.lier coutesN will he given iu the nenr futon in which tin- I'ontostiiiiti will bo young men mid yonnsr w-nnoii. To nil these entertauimt'tits tho public is i it v ted. Motl llft6curlnc akin rruplloni, .erofu' pity. rlr, mlira, etc ate due lolmpwrlilor llur dock Wood Kiltftl ai a clramlri: bloo.i nir (i well tecomniendrd. Ii oo al all alorrt i Photo copyright. 1913, by American Press Assoclatloa This photograph shows what was left of the Diamond moving picture the ater after the storm had passed through Omnbu. Tho loss of lives hero was heavy. Many bodies were not recovered for days because of tho delay due to a snowstorm. Rescuing a Horse at Columbus. ij : "" i B Photo copyright, 1913, by American Press Association. Hundreds of horses as woll as human beings perished In the floods. This etare shows how one horse belonging to the Columbus Heating and Ven ting company on West Town htrcel was saved. Wreckage In Columbus Flood. Photo copyright, 1913, by American Press Association. Tons and tons of debris were swept along with tho rushing water. This mrckngo collected against bridges and bouses, forming duins, which till I further Increased tho height of ibe flood. 1 Ladies' Suits, Cloaks and Skirt AL For 10 days we are going to make a special low price on Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks and Skirts. You have an opportunity now to buy at low 'prices at the very time you need the merchandise. A new Coat Suit at Half Price ought to look good to anybody at this season of the year. It will pay you to look these special things over The Reductions Will Range From Fifty Per Cent Down You Can Buy a Suit from $7.50 Up You Can Buy a Coat from $7.50 Up You Can Buy a Skirt From $2.50 Up We Have a Nice Assortment in Each Line to Show You. If You Like to Save Money Take Advan tage of these Special Offerings ATTENTION ONCE MORE We have a small lot of soiled and mussed Waists. We have used for display purposes that we will offer at big reductions. A variety of styles in Tailored, Embroidered and silk. See these when you are down town. PRICE 50 CENTS AND UP BARNES, COW AND & Co. INCORPORATED EARLINGTON, . KENTUCKY m I I i Ik- m