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Are Awarded $788,000
of Public Money.
AFTER 44 YEARS
The Claims of the Sisseton and Waft-
peton Bands of Sioux Indians
are Declared to baValid.
Washington, April 23. The United
Blatos court of claims on Momluy ten
dofed a judgment In favor of lonl
members of the Slsaeton and Wahpe
ton bands of Sioux Indians and
against the government for the sum
Tho claims wore based on the treaty,
of July 23, 1S51, by the terms of which
tho government agreed to pay these
Indians 306,000 and an annuity of
73,600 for 50 years. The payments
were regularly mndo until 1863. Dur
ing the preceding' year an outbreak of
tho Sioux occurred In which they
committed many depredations and
outrages upon the settlers In Minne
sota. In 1863 congress passed an act forfeiting-
theso annuities to tho govern
ment, but subsequently from tlmo to
tlmo made appropriations for the
benefit of soma of tho Indians who
had not been engaged In tho uprising.
By an act approved Juno 21, 1900,
congress authorized the com t of
claims to determine what amount
would now bo due to tho Indians who
had riot taken part In tho deprcda
tlons, had not tho forfeiture act of
1863 been passed. It also authorized
tho secretary of tho Interior to pay
tho sum found due to tho loyal In
dians, per capita, .after deducting par
Hal payments that had from tlmo to
time been made.
It Is assumed that tho ?7S8971 will
be paid to tho surviving peaceablo
Indlaus in tho near future.
Elevator Man was a Hero.
Chlcngo, April 23. Tho six-story
building at 29S and 300 Wabash po
nuo was badly damaged by lire Mon
day and a loss of 250,000 was sustain
ed by tho tenants. The flames worn
discovered on tho fouith Hour and by
tho tlmo tho fire depaitment had at
rived this floor as well as the llfth
wero In flames. Twenty glrlh at work
on the third floor mndo their exit by
tho flro cscape. Horace Mauley, tho
olevator conductor, made tcpeated
trips with his car after tho ilUcnvory
ot tlfe fire ana-took 15 griy rronS nq
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tomalncd at his post until ovcrcoinu
by smoke. Ho was carried to tho
(treot by firemen.
The Buef Case Proceeds Slowly.
San Francisco, April 23. Four of
the 12 Jurors who will try Abraham
Hucf on tho charge of cxtottlng
money from French lestaurants, un
der the alleged tin eat by political In
fluence to deprive them of their liquor
licenses, were proem cd Monday and
sworn in. Tho eight other men com
posing the probationary panol weto
peremptorily challenged, threo by tho
prosecution and five by tho defense.
As only two names remain on the spe
cial vcnlro list of 50, to-day will likely
see tho Issuing of a second special
venire, compelling an adjournment of
ono or two days. It Is hoped to com
plete tho Jury "by the end of the weok.
Lottery Ticket Seller Is Arrested,
Pittsburg, April 23. After two
weeks' hard work on the part of threo
post office Inspectors, Samuel Conklo,
nllns .1. W, Clatk, who is accused of
linvlug bold a large nuuiber of tickelst
of tho Siena Madias linpoilal'Luttcry
Co., Of Mexico, In. this vicinity, wus ar
rested Monday at his own homo in
Chester, W. Va. Ho will bo glvon a
hearing beforo Mayor Chapman today
upon a charge qt violating Section No.
1620 of tho postal laws relating to tjto
shipping, transportation nnd circula
tion of lottery tlckots and materials
between different states.
Cal)s Attention to the Expo.
Columbus, O., Apt II 23. State
School Commissioner Ionos has is
sued ft letter to all school stipetlntond
cntjB in the stato recommending that
one hour' In tho school day of May )3
me set apart for tho teaching of tho
Importance of tho event that this year
1 5s to bo celebrated nationally by the
A Prominent Methodist Diet.
Kenton, O., April 23. Rev. Lcroy
1A. Belt, D. D., aged 71, ex-president of
Ohio Northern university and ono of
tho, prominent men In tho Methodist
Episcopal chinch of tho United
States', died at his home hore 'Monday,
of. heart disease. Ho held pastorates
jn, tt.enion, ioteao, ueunviite, .Marion
and other places.
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A Murder at YYn.ngstown.
You&gstown, 'O,, April 23. During
a quarrel lit a liquor stoto Monday af
ternoon William Prlco shot and a
woat instantly killed Tom Whitehead
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uno men quarroiea over urtnKs. i-rire
escapeu irom mo storo oy covering
the crowd with his rovolvcr, but waa
captured two squares awny.
, Emerson's Trial Begins.
Columbus, O., April 23. The gen
eral demurrer to tho indictment
galns't LawBon E. Emertfon, formerly
(Herk of, the supreme court, was over
vulwt W Jtidgo Dillon In criminal
i court' Monday 'and tho case called foi
ay'tajal. Bmercon in chargdd with em-7-WifHM:
fee wJiUB in oface.
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Charges are Up to the Governor. !
Columbus, O., April 23. Gen. J. C
Speaks, appointed chief game warden
last Satin day, will assumo his dtttle
May 1. The charges filed by tho stat
fish and gamo commission against the
rotirlug warden, J. C. Porterfleld, thnt
ho Illegally appropriated to himsell
money that belonged to deputy gamei
wardens, and that ho refused to obey
tho commission's orders on other mat
ters, and tho countor-charges filed by'
Walter H. Kimball, of Columbus,
against President North, of the com
mission, thnt ho was arrested by Ca
nadian wardens whllo .violating the
law in that country, nro all up to the
governor, with whom they havo been
White Will Testify for the State.
Wboster, O., April 23. The Jury to
try Allen Miller for tho murdur ol
Tommy Dyo, aged 15, of Orrvllle, was
taken to Orrvllle Monday to view the
sceno of tho killing of Dye, In April,
1906 Harry White, who was acquit
ted of tho charge a fow weeks ago,
will appear for the" state and swear
that tho shot which killed Dyo was
Urcd by Miller, and that It was filed to
make Dyo halt us he was approaching
tho placo whero White, Miller and
Ererhurt wero about to rob some
Italians. Miller's lawyers sny that
they will show to the satisfaction of
tho jury that Whito was actually tho
ono who killed Dyo.
Lang's Case Halls Indefinitely.
Columbus, O., Apt 11 23. Tho caso
of tho at,nto of Ohio aguinst II. C.
Lang, Indicted on the chnrgo of giving
u btlbe of 2G0 to Arthur C. Beck, was
,n Monday continued Indoflnlteljx by
jud0 ,, and tho jm.y HOlccted to
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consideration of it befoio being ,
sworn. Tho. reason assigned by As
itlstaut Prosecuting Attorney McCoy
for tho lcquest for a continuance, was
tho absenco of Nelson A. Cannon nnd
wife. Tho defense accepted tho propo
sition, with tho distinct understanding
that they bo given sufficient notice of
tho lensslgnment of the case.
Says His Pal Did the Shooting.
Lima, 0., April 23. Frank Walker,
of Toledo, who with Frank Earl was
apprehoudsd heco, has confessed to
participating In tho Sidney imtrJfcr.
Ho made a sworn statement hero
Monday to Sholby county officials.
Walker claims tho robbery had been
picvlously planned, and that while he
tapped the cash drawer, Darl twice
shot Legg, then robbed tho dead body.
Walker has ueen placed In jail hero
and Earl sent to Wnpakoneta, as mob
vlolenco Is feared by tho Sidney au
thorities, who claim excitement is
high. Legg was a churchman and
stood high in tho community.
Girl Attempted Suicide on Street.
StoubPiivIlle, O., April 23. Jealous
becauso her lover threatened to dls
catd her, Mabel Carter late Sunday
night made a dtamatic attempt to
commit suicide on a public street. Tho
girl, who is about 20 years of age, had
been walking with Perry Carter, Sho
wanted to go home, but he wanted to
continue their walk. Carter then left
tho girl and she pulled a hatpin from
hor hat and Jabbed it into her sldo
ovor tho henrt. A corset steel bont
tho pin and the point did not reach
her heart. It penetrated far enough
to cause her to fall unconscious.
Fixed the Ball at 250.
Toledo, AptJI 23. Jtidgo Morris on
Mondav fixed a hand of $2n0 for onrli
"f I'10 me" indicted by tho grand jury
Saturday for violations of tho Valon
tine anti-trust law. Tho bond covers
'all Indictment)) returned against each
Individual. Tho report of tho grand
jury has caused a trebtendous up.
hcaval In the lines of trado affected.
Beheaded Ten of Their Enemies.
Salonika, European Turkey, April
' 23. A
band ot Servians defeated a
hand of Bulgarian at Isvor. Sunday.
kllllug and beheading ton of their op-
luinontu. Thn Tn.-icii.ti r,, i i,
ponents. The Turkish troops In the
vicinity i of rained frqm Interfering in
Douglas Is $260,000 Shy.
Nitixr Ynrk. Ani-ll 93 Thn atinfrnen
1 1 the accounts of W. O. Douglas, as
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ho was T
Blatant loan clerk of tho
pany of 'North America, who
rested on a cbargo of stealing 50,000
in bonds from the Institution, may
Four Children Burned to Death,.
Fulton, Ky Apr)) 23, Fojtr chjl
dron of Mr. liodud, u Greek merchant,
wore cremated in a fire Sunday night
which destroyed their residence, Mr,
u'ud Mrs. Hodad wore badly burned
aud tho latter may not recover.
THE MAJWOH DAILT WfoJ&TOU6AZ, AFML
Of a Schooner Three Men
Six Men Who Were on the Deck of
the Unlucky Boat Were Rescued
by a Passing Vessel.
Chcstor, Pa., Apill 23. Three per
sons wero drowned Monday In tho
Delaware liver a few miles below this
city by tho capsizing of tho schooner
Eben. Tho drowned men were Archi
bald McBrlde, Georgo Edger and Ed
ward Murphy, 'nil of Philadelphia.
Six other persons who were on tho
schooner when It capsized wero res
cued. The men left Philadelphia early In
tho afternoon for Mahon's Ditch, In
Dolaware Bay. for a load of oysters..
I When off Lincoln park, a fow miles
I nbovo this city, tho craft was struck .
by a stiff breeze which threw the yps
sel on Its side. Beforo tho captain
could right the schooner another gust
od. Tho .three men whj lost their '
Uves were' in Che pabln at Ac' ilmo of
tho apcldont and,vWcro tmaW'to os-
cape on account of the Inrushlng
water. Tho other
members of the ,
crew who were on deck were picked
up by a passing vessel and brought to
A Declaration for Col. Colt.
Provldenco, R. I., April 23. After
13 weeks of de'adlock, during which
time 56 ballots have been cast for can
didates for United States senator to
succeed George Wetmoro, tho execu
tive committee of tho republican
state committee on Monday declared
In favor of Col. Samuel Colt, of Bris
tol, nnd urged thnt all republican
mombcru ot tho general assembly cast
their votes for Colt, who throughout
tho contest has been supported by a
majority of the republican members
of the legislature. Tho declaration In
favor of Col Colt was carried by a
vote of 9 to 4.
A Queer Experiment.
New OrleanB, April 23. Nine negro
inmates of tho parish jail will bo used
by the state board of health In a five
weeks' test to leant wh'othej1 sugar
molasses as It has been manufactured
In Louisiana for many years is Injuri
ous to human health. Sulphuric acid
Is used In tho Louisiana process and
tho uso of this chemical was recently
Btopped under tho pure food law. Tho
expei Intent consists In feeding the ne
groes plenty of molasses and making
blood tests. President Iron, of the
stato board, said that no possible
harm could come to the negroes.
Must Respect the Flag.
Columbus, O., April 23. At tho first
dress parado held at tho Columbus
army post -Monday several civilian
spectators wero requested to remove
their hats In a salute to tho national
colors. "I shall Insist upon every ono
removing his hat when tho national
colors aro being carried In this parado
and on other occasions of the kind,"
said Col. Glenn, commandant at tho
post. "Everybody should show ns
much respect to tho flag of the Upited
StateB und I intend to enforce such re
Refuted to Endorse Roosevelt,
HarrlBburg, Pa., April 23, Mr.
Dluestone, of Allegheny county, of.
fored u resolution In the house last
ft?.1 ra,Bn,,RSi Z i inli
no a candidate for a second elocl
.term aa prosldent. The resolution
was defeated by a viva voce votQ. ,
Found Stolen Bonds.
"Now York. Alirll 23. A nor t Inn of
the bonds alleged to have been taken
rdra. ,tho Tru8t Company of America
hy wmiam - Doi,GaB' who is under
arrest on a charge of larceny, wera
recovored Monday In an apartment In
tne Mannattan emu.
Two Bankers are Sentenced.
Abilene, To., April 23,-r-J, Q. Low
dpn and O.- V. Steffnns, charged,wlth
having misappropriated tha funds ol
a national bank, were fotind guilty In
(he fedsra court Monday and Jhelr
pttnjsljmpnt was fixed at five yearg
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Difference Between Real
and Ponded Value,
TOO MUCH WATER
Is Found in the Capitalization o
Minnesota RaHroads A Legis
lative CernnKtee Reports.
St. Paul, 'April 23. Railroad prop'
erty In Minnesota is valued at 215,
000,000 by tho Sundberg investigating
committee which returned Its report
Monday to tho Minnesota senate. This
Is approximately 27,000 a mile. The
property Is capitalized to the, extent
of 400,000,000, or 50,000 a mllo on an
average. Thojiet earnings, according
to tho committee's findings, averaged
over 5,000 a mllo last year, or 18 per
cent, on the committee's valuation.
Tho committco, which consists of
Senators Sundberg, Cashman, Cane
storp, Nelson nnd Sagcng, recom
mends that a "committee of three be
empowered to Investigate generally
into tho capitalization of tho railroads
of Minnesota and tho relation tho
stocks and - bonds bear to the value
thereof, and the enactment of such
appropriate legislation as the condi
tions disclosed demand."
Tho report says that to arrive at the
cort of producing and equipping tho
different lines In their present condi
tion the committee considered:
"First, the original cost of construc
tion; second, the cost of Improve
ments, botterraents and equipment
addad since; third, the cost and char
acter of the lines recently built;
fourth, the expense of operating and
the earnings under existing rates;
fifth, tho stocks and bonds and tho
value and water thereof; sixth, tho
geography of the lino and the judg
ment displayed in Its location."
A large section of tho report Is de
voted to a drastic review of tho Chi
cago Great Western. This road, It
says "was built by A.B. Stlckney, who
raised the funds by acquiring, organiz
ing, rcoiganizing and 'Harrlmanizing'
divers and sundry corporations' of
Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois."
The capital stock and funded debt
ot the road Is 143,668 a mllo and tho
committee, figures Us value at 28,000
a mile. In Its latest report the Chi
cago Great Western Co. certified that
the line nnd equipment cost 98,011 a
mile, and.m,Rp-flUilt)!nent there is an
'XM U'WWvbuS a
iso'ooOOOO for KSellw In
K f f 'f for "purchJso
ItMn.VpurchCsifepf, constructed road,
constructed read, If6,3i3,191.C2."
was then 815 miles long. "FJfteen
years later," says tho, committee,
"this olastlc Item had been stretched
to 50,594,344,28, but. the whole line
had shrunk 60 miles in length. It had
been watered too much."
traveled 60 lyiilet In a Balloon.
Matawan, N. J., April 23. A balloon
which left Philadelphia at 12:45
o'clock Monday afternoon landed hore
at 2:15, having covered 60 tnllos In an
hour and a half. In the balloon were
A. B. Hawloy, a New York broker, and
Arthur T. Atherholt, of Philadelphia.
It was Hawloy's soventh balloon trip,
whllo Atherholt had mado three, previ
ous aerial voyages. The balloon
reached an altitude of 12.000 feet. The
sight of open water am a fear that
tho strong wind might carry the bal
loon out to sea, caused tho determina
tion to land. The balloon landed in a
Refused to Allow Incorporation.
New York, April 23. The applica
tion for a certificate ot Incorporation
ot the National Roosevolt league, was
denied Monday by Justice Blschoff, in
the supremo court. -The object of the
proposed organization was "to. aid In
securing by citizens of all parties the
nomination of Theodore Roosevelt to
succeed himself as president of the
United States." Tho court held thai
tho petition contains reflections upon
existing political parties.
A Bad Actor If Sentenced.
Now York, April '23, Wiliam T
Davldgo, an nctor 'who several week
ago tried, to kill Miss Reballe D. WII
bert, a trained nurse, when she re
fused to marry him, yas on Mondaj
sentencod to sorre one year in jail.
Eight More Lottery Indictments.
Mobile-, Ala., April 23. Bight mow
Indictments have been found by th
United States grand Jury investlgat
Ing the operations of the Hondurai
National Lottery Co. Tho names .ol
those Indicted will be divulged oi
Wednesday. ' l
Benedict Global Diet.
New YorkiApril aa.'-Benedlot Dim
bel, lite wealthy Philadelphia mer
chant who cut his throat with broken
glass Ju a hotel In Hobokou. soon aftoi
ho, had been arrested on serlout
charges In this city, died Monday,
Alfano WHI be Pfportarf.
New York. Annl 23. Enrico Alfano
alleged leader la Italy -of the criminal
Oamorra society of Naples, who wai
arrested In thtn city last week ddrlng
a pottco rata on tne past mw, was on
mm aiaej was on
to thu Mmgra
aionaay turned over to u
tlon authorities, by whom'
uuiiuneu iu limy,
Thaw Mutt be
New York. Aurll 23.--DilflKfAltif
noy Jrome sUU lajst liit-'lit'JH
had no Intention of IMfr Jtaf fc)i
or consenting to a'change of veono foi
tUe next trial ofHarry ' K.Thaw.
MINOR NEWS ITEMS.
Kent Cltv. 'Mfch.." with a.ftonnlatlon
of 300 people,' was 'swoplby, flib( p
strayed.' Lots 50,000; i
The new Held gun .with which tha
Japanese artillery is being armed has
an effective range of about 8,500
yards. Each gun costs 5,000.
The supremo court of tho United
States has upheld the Missouri law
urovldine that the suicide of an Insur
ed person shall not constltuto.a valid,
aefeamvln resisting pS
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Deciding severaljjcases brought to It
by, savings banks)h Des Moines, In.,
tne supreme court or xno unueo
States has held that government
bonds' In which 'the capital stock of
such 'banks Is invested are exempt
David E. Stedmati, a clerk In the
registry division of tho Now York
postofflce, who has occupied a position
of trust for 18 years, has been arrest
ed by postal inspectors and charged
with the larceny of monoy from for
eign registered letters.
International Fittlo Contettc.
London, April 23. Tho announce
ment of two International contests at
tracted a great crowd to tho National
Sporting club last night. The first
fight was between Owen Moran, ol
Birmingham, nnd Albert Delmont, of
Boston, 20 rounds, Jor the bantam
championship of the world and 2,000.
Moran was a" warm favorlto In the bet
ting and proved tho winner on points,
but only after the fight had gone the
full 20 rounds. The second contest
was between Sam Langford, an Amer
ican, and "Tiger" Smith, a Welsh
fighter, 20 rounds, for tho middle
weight championship of tho world nnd
a purse of 2,000. Langford won fn
tho fourth round.
Coke Worker Struck for Moris Pay.
Irwld, Pa., April 23. About 800
men at the Larimer coko ovens of the
United States Steel Corporation went
on strike Monday for a 10 per cent,
increase in wages. Two hundred
ovens wero ready to be drawn, but
thoy wero loft burning by tho men.
Tho strikers, who wore ordered off
tho company property, immediately
surrounded tho plant. Special pollpc
men are guarding the ovens. The lo
cal officials say men will bo brought
from tho Conncllsvlllo region to oper
ato tho plant, in which event trouble
is feared, as the strikers, a majority
of whom aro foreigners, are In an ugly
Big Mine to be Flooded.
Load, S. D April 23. Tho flooding
of the Homestako mine began. Monday
for tho purpose of extinguishing the
flro which broke out in tho 500-foot
level four weeks ago. During this tlmo
the company has fought fire by every
meams known and has only resorted to
onstjneted road,, "ST"" . .u L V p .
fiidf would meanf'aM oforta 'tho I flames have gained
BlvBU"? auu wit? uiu hub nuw Bureau
into mo upper' tovcis, wnore mete is
a veritable' forest of pitch plue tim
bers. Is Held In 20,000 Bail.
Now York, April 23, Charles F.
Gondorf, who .was arrested last weok
in connection with tho search for tho
missing bonds believed to have been
taken by William F. Walker, the fugi
tive treasurer of the Savings Bank of
Now Britain, Conn., was on Monday
held In 20,000 ball In tho Jefferson
market court. Gondorf refused to an
swer all questions. Ho was returned
to the prison in default of ball.
Harris Reappoints Examiner!.
Columbus, 0., AprI) 23. Gov. Har
rls has reappointed the following
metnbors of the state board of veteri
nary examiners: D. S. White, Colum
bus; H. H, McFadden, Steubenvllle';
John A. Bownockor, Columbus.
Runaway Accident was Fatal.
Uellefontalne, O,, April 23. Jamci
Kitchen, former marshal of West Lib
orty, was Instantly killed Monday b)
a runaway team. He was 40 years oU
and proraluent In lodge elides.
An Uncomfortable Crown.
Describing the vcoronation of the
shah, a correspondent says that when
be removed his astrakhan hat and the
vizier placed upon his head tho tiara,
.the vizier mistook the back of the
crown for thc'frpnt, and had to read
Just It. Tho weight of the diadem waa
so great that the shah had to support
it with both hands, and, Judging from
the expression of tho royal counte
nance, ho did not find It comfortable.
Curious Tropical Fish.
One of the ntoct curious of fishes la
found In tha, tropical regions of South
America, w'hero It is known as tho
anableps. Its most, remarkable charac
teristic Is its pyes. These are quito
promlnont and each is divided by a
horizontal partition Into two parts, tho
upper adapted for seeing in the air .as
It swims along tho surface ot tho wa
ter and the lower for seeing In tho
water at, the same time.
Northwestern Editorial Courtesies.
".Wo do not know what tho Lord
lets some nconlo let hold of, a hbwr.
naner for. anvwav.!' ,ls thn, wnv .4h
flalem Capltal-Posler nuta It. Andwo
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have often thought tho same thing,
only lo larger type, when readlpg and
trying to understand tho mapnddrjni
rot In double-column doses of the
cVnltal-PosUr-irZon (L iSi
C8Pitaj.po8ter,-Irrl6on (Ore.) IrrL
Curative Effect of Salt. t
The curetlvo effects, of salt have
never been shown as they should bo.
Sore apd Inflamed eyes are relieved
by bathing with 'salt water, Sore
fbveat. yields to a 'garble of the latqe.
Consumption can, be cured by the pr
JM?rft we of half ,a iMapoosul pf
alt In U glass of water Uketijust b--
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ALCOHOL 3 PEROEMTTi
sIMIatirgNKrMMdife&fe "(IngUte StoffiMtewttMtbof
Apetftct Remedy for CowjjjJ,
uon , aour oiuuuui.wwi'.-r"
lacSbnik Slgnahire of ,
. NEW YDHK.
mi 1 111 m 1 una
Exact Copy of Wsapper.
Henpecked King of Beasts.
"Should some of tho Btrcnuoua la
dles of tho United States happen to
visit a zoological garden," said tho
nnlmal painter, "thoy would bo en
couraged In their contempt of man.
Tho lion Is often lauded, ns tho crca
turo of preeminent courage. But In
domestic llfo he Isn't, a .circumstance
compared with the lioness. When
sho smiles, ho humbly approaches
and fawns upon hor. Wheii she frowns,
he lingers trombling ,1 tho corner.
And If perchance sho omits a growl,
ho crouches close to tho floor until
her majesty mny feel in better humor.
No, Indeed. Many human husbands
may feel that their wives aro in
clined to domineer. But of complete
subservience- of male to female tho
king of beasts Is tho most striking ex
The First Oil Well.
With tho death of James P. Smith
of Titusvllle, Pa., there passed tho
last of tho grouptf)t men who appear
in tho famous Drake well picture,
taken in tho autumn of 18G1 by John
A. Mather, tho noted oil region pho
tographer. Tho gioup in tho picturo
Included Col. Edwin L. Drake, tho
man who drilled tho well; William
and James P. Smith, practical drlllcrn
who usslstod with" tho wotk; Peter
WUson, Tltusvlllo niorchant and stead
fast friend of Colonel Drake, and Al
brldgo Locke. Tho five mqn aro dead.
This picture adorns tho walls ot hun
dreds of oil oporators and refiners,
and Is the only photograph of tho first
According to Fashion.
"Another now hnt?" asked her hus
band, in -an oniinously pleasant voice.
"You had n new ono last week, too."
"Samo hat, my clear," tepllcd hlH
wlfo, with delicate woll-btcd calm.
"Oh, come now. I may not know
much about women's goods, but that
hat hud a flat Ing brim that turned
straight up, all around, whllo this one
droops like nn umbrella. You' can't
fool all tho public all tho time.1'
"I'm fooling ono of thorn patt of
tho tlmo. Tho brim did turn up, It
Is true, but thnt was last weok. This
week tho mushroom shape, is tile im
pressive dumund .of fashion, so I
simply tnushtoumed my hat by pull
ing down tho brim. No extra charge,
Notice To Contractors
Bids will bo received by tho
Board of Education of tho city ot
Marlon, Ohio, at the office of tho
undorslgned In the city of Marlon,
Ohio until 7;30 o'clock p. m. of tho
7th day of May, 1907, for tho labor
and material required In tho erec
tion of an addition of four, rooms
to tho Dayjd streej. school ,bulldlng,
In tlm city of Marion, Ohio, In ac
eonfaueo with tho plana nnl &poc)fl.
cations oil file at t)0 offlco of tho
Board ot Education or vlth tho
Architect Ulchardu McCarty & Bttl
fqnl, Columbus, Ohio."
Bids to 1(0 submitted on blanks,
which will he ;fur.ilshed 4by tho un
dersigned or by the architects upon
application. Each projtosal to be ac
companied by a certified check equal
tp 10 per cent, of the amount -of tho
bid as a guarantee that 'the con
tractor making the proposal will
enter into contract and- furnish
satisfactory bond for tfco execution
of tho work wjlhln to-, daya after
receiving tho notice t,at his bid has
By order of the Board of Educa.
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The Kind You Havo
TN( OINTAUn KMHT. KCW T RV.
BEST OF MEAT
Notwithstanding the hiih
price of stock wo are ''selling
the best quality of meat aft
prices that are most moder
ate. We are now operating
two markets and are belter
prepared to take care of our
customers than evor before.
237 N. Main and J28 E; Of
-ter. . Bota., roaea
Do you ated a little ntrt
5 supply and this waatatr
may last several days.
Phone us your order
Mozier & Rhoads,
sow ruuuea a nvavc . yu
. ne k'usjR.i
We have, spldKfff iK.
vea r a. A la wr! iiaewar new
surpasaed for duraWlliy.A
, iiiii '
??"" jsmhwi immwft,
io In, drive whecU; 4 eet"
quality blade; 6 la? uttjff;
reel. 5lzes 14, 16, 18, ao Itn ,
Sold only by
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BJGoigtaSiiiBi WjliB &.
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for. golag to beAf .. t r, M;
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