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Portsmouth Daily Times (Newspaper) - January 10, 1913, Portsmouth, Ohio 16 PAGES TODAY VOLUME TWENTY PORTSMOUTH, OHIO, JANUARY I 1913. PRICE THREE CENTS WHEELING IS SUFFERING FROM FLOOD (By nnlUd Wheeling, W. Va., Jan. is today flood bound. The crest of the flood svhioh passed Pittsburg last night and readied here this morning marooned 8000 families in their homes, ilopped street car and railroad traffic, cut off the city gag supply and caused inestimable loss of property and much suffering. One is known to have drowned, and another is missing. Mrs. Jsmt-3 McCann, a lighthouse tender, lost her life last night. Mrs. Lizzie Blake is missing: and is believed to have been drowned. Every available boat was pressed into service to rescue lie people from the island which is covered with water. In nost homes there the families have been driven to the second fkcr. The water stage is 44.6. Flood conditions exist for 200 miles up and down the river. Stili Rising At Gallipolis '.Dr socialed [ilis, 0., .Inn. er oouliiuicd rising one liour toduy. The Knnnwha i.s fulling mid that relieve thr. .sihiitlion he.iv. Thn II. O. I nuns Kenova ynd 1'iltsbnrg iK'ing rerouted. State To Aid Flood Sufferers
Columlnis, O., Kmmn Tfiompson. who for -11 years lias inieii ft teachrr in the public fidiools of this city, dropped df-acl in the school room todfiy of henrt failure. said en us would inform thc Ameri-j letlier nr rifit the serum n s rl aimed by Dr. Wpdnrsd.iy night nud has eaten it.s way into ibn inine.s. Tiljissfock nnrl tlifi iiiiliiiiry authorities watciiing to dcii-ruiim? whether it will be neressary to reLiirn nicniliers of the National Guard lo Ilic ilistriet. Civil intthorities arnl tlin eor.l company bax-c guards o ncliity. Puddling Rate Was Advanced This is an age'of I rcckoii you've that, 'before but it will bear rftpcatin'. Know of everythiug en' ev- erything of ia th1 rule. No one nmn can know it.all, though T have seen soiae "who thought ronld line up most of it. lint I've noticed they nil fell down M critical moments. This moans that T have nothln' t1 offer on th'- llood. Why fBy Amocmr.t Press.) Young.slown, 0., Jnn. I'm- confcroncc hot we en tlic amnlgainatcd aasoci- Itc-rb is mum on that subject i parliamentary devfl which carried final decision [lujijl tomorrow. purported rnnsiimp-j oa the f.'inciniiiiti division.: noon to divji.-v-i ihc Balkan silua- Mra. Powell wa.s Woom fr.vittrh, loj .-ojH'lnded uilliuut tlcji- by her husband, who'visit bis i rosulla. ;tion of iron, and tin .-work- and thc Kcpnbiic Iron and S Steel Company here today the for puddling for January of rant] February was advhnerd from to nn a card rrttr. is the for live years. JUJ.OiX) jiiill -vork- ers by the increase.. ground where Herb is afraid to tread is no safe -placn for a prudent man. Here's for tom orrow: tonight and Sctur. day. Snow in northern portion; Saturday warmer. or siow tonight and Saturday.
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