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THURSDAY, ;APHL:4, MM?.,
Thdw Lunacy Board Com
pletes Its Inquiry.
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Came When Thaw was Alone Before
Ihe Commission, Even His Law
' yers Being Barred.
Now York, April 4. To-day brings
nnothor critical stngo In xho case ol
Harry K. Thaw, when tho slayer ol
SUnford Whlto will either bo ofllcl
ally proclaimed Insane and ordorod
sent away to a stnto asylum, or bis
trial will be resumed beforo .lustlce
Fitzgerald upon the llndlng of tbo Inn
acy commission that tbo defendant Is
at this time capablo of rightly under
standing his own position, of appreci
ating the nnturo of tho charges
against him and of rationally advising
with his counsel. The commission
completed Its work last night and will
report to Justlco Fitzgerald this morn
ing. Thaw underwent a private mental
and physical oxamlnatlon for more
than two hours Wednesday afternoon.
In thlstnnt crucial test ho was entirely
alono beforo tho commission, even
the district attornoy and his own
counsel being barred. When the
three members or tho commission
David McCluro, l'oter B, Olliey and
Dr. Leopold Putzel had completed
their final oxamlnatlon, they shook
hands with Thaw In a most cordial
manner. Ho went back to his cell In
the Tombs with a light heart and de
clared later to his counsel that be felt
the commission would suroly declare
him sane. Tho attorneys shared their
cllent'o optimistic view of the situa
tion. District Attorney Jerome would not
commit himself In any way. Thaw's
counsel declared thoy were ready to
proceed with tho case to-day and be
lloved that Mr. Dolmas might begin
his summing up address beforo noon.
In that event, they said, Mr. Jerome
would nddress the Jury on Friday and
a verdict might bo expected before
the week onds..
There'lR no likelihood that the re
port of the commission will ever be
made public. If the decision favors
Thaw, Justlco Fitzgerald will morely
ordor tho trial to proceed without any
referenco whatsoover to tho Interrup
tion which began two weeks ngo.
Should the decision bo against Thaw,
.Justice Fitzgerald would have to
quote but brlolly from the formal find
Wlicn you will, you'll find a
now piece of furniture, a now
rocker, a couch or a side
board. No matter what it is
you will find it hero and at
prices that will surprise you
for their lowness Drop in
and look over our store ,:
WEST END FURNITURE
Bowman & Schoenberger.
DR. C, G. SMITH,
Office and residence 594 West
Center. Office hours 7:30 to 10:30
a. m., 2:00 to 5:00 p. m. Citizen
Specialist on diseases of children
This is the soventocnth year lima
'Business Oolloge has been in suc
cessful operation in tho city of
Tiima. It is now one of the larg
Ist privato schools in tho wa.it.
Many a young man points with
prido to the fact that he is gradu
ate of Lima Business Oollego
Many a ".successful .business man
owes his success to tho thorough
buiness training he received there
..Seventeen years of successful ef
, fort aa a business college, is no
, petn record. Soventoon years of
wcady growth,, of a business doub
lid'Hwice In that' time means ''that
'jjjlM.Jperited what,, it has gained;
Jlit;Jlikt;.the! requirements of
pi', modern business age; that it has
ttkrned oat students who havo sue
JNWfully held the positions furnish
d to them; that it, has' established
ft record. :or nonesty ana square
'Aealinir: that it is recoimized as one
record, for honesty and
'mt nhfn'a hpcf InaMfiiflnna nt '
' y ' .warning. Bookkeeping
i-f -man Bourse ?ov.
K ' It- OT PT!ATia P.li1.n
ttij'.-1 T.lmo niil.
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INiniAlVEACTSUKb A POULTICE
.UtOIVM ALU FOHMft OW, SKIM BISABfe
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Ihg of the commission in mo order
committing tho young mnn to an asy
lum. If committed Thaw would have to
romaln In tho asylum until declared
sano by the superintendent of tho in
stitution. Then he would be brought
back to this city and tried again.
MRS. EDDY'S STATEMENT.
unnsuan science ueaoer issues
rxoie negaraing me Mppuirumcm ui
Trustees for Her Property.'
Concord, N. H April 4. Mrs. Mary
Bnkor O. ICddy Issued a personal note
last night bearing on her appointment
of trustees to handle her estate as mi'
nounced In tho motion filed Tuesday
In the Merrimack county supreme
court In the action brought to compel
un accounting of her uroperty. This
"I am pleased to say that tho follow
ing inembnrH constitute the board ol
trustees who own my properly:
"1 Hon. Henry M. Baker, who won
a suit at law in Washington, D. C, for
which It Is alleged he was paid the
highest feo ever befoie received by a
natlvo of New Hampshire.
"2 Archibald Mcl.ellan, editor In
chief of the Christian Science periodi
cals circulating In thH flvo grand divi
sions of our globe; also In Canada,
"3 Joslah 13. Fornald, Justice of the
peace ami president of the National
Stato Capitol bank, Concord, N. II.
"To my aforesaid trustees I have
committed the hard earnings of my
pon tho fruit of my honest toll, the
labor that Is known by Its fruits
benefiting tho human race and I have
so dono that I may have more peace
and time for spiritual thought and tho
Street Railroaders Struck.
Kalamazoo, Mich., Ap'rll 4. A
strike of employes of tho Michigan
United Hallways Co. wont Into effect
Wednesday. Men brought In from
outsldo cities manned cars which were
run horo during tho morning. The
strlko affects about 200 men on the
lines in this city and Battlo Creek and
on tho lino, between Kalamazoo and
Jackson. Tho men demanded an In
creaso In wages and recognition of the
union. Sorvlco of tho. linos was sus
pended for tho night at G:30 p. m.
Fifty strlko breakors arrlvod from
Grand Rapids and woro assigned to
cots in tho car barns.
Fire Caused a Panic.
Now York, April 4. A flro follow
ing an explosion of a tub of bcnzlno
on tho third floor of a sevon-story
building nt University placo and
Tenth street, occupied by fur manu
facturers, did damage of thousands of
dollars and caused a panic among the
200 women and 75 men nt work In tho"
building Wednesday. Those on tho
lawor floors reached tho street safely
by tho olovators, but the, flames soon
nlml W AU In tl.lr. ...nt. .1 n .4 tlmnn nn
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the top floors had to uso the flrp es-
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cPcnes exceea neceipis trom fees.
Howling Green. O.. April 4. Accord -
ing to tho. first quarterly report of the
county officials of tho feos collected
slnco January 1, whon tho salary law
went Into effect, tho foes collected
nro not sufficient to pay the'clerk hire
Killed His Wife and Suicided.
Cincinnati, April 4. Wlliam Hoc
den, colored, on Wednesday killed hit
wlfo, Opholla Hogden, and thon com
njlttod suicide nt .tho. Mt. Auburn
bouse, where tho wife was employed
Tho woman had recently fllod a sull
for divorce. ,
Section Men Strike for More Pay.
Marietta, 0 April 4. Tho section
men of tho Muskingum river division
of tho Baltimore & Ohio railroad wonl
on strlko Wednesday for' an lncrensi
In wages of 20 cents a day. Tho men
uro now rocolvlng $1.30 and yanl
Dayton Lost to Boston.
"yi", -. 'win mo uosioe
American lea-guers did' not oxten!
ti ni nnlunn 1i.sl llln.li..ln..
thomselves horo Wednesday. an(
, Tlnvtlla' r-dtl,Mti1 lnr.i.k-,. .t.n.l.t k
I ,tnn, uhnwtntt Unnvn- lt,.ol,.. r. Ilnv
t ton 3
$50,000 Fire Lost.
Cincinnati. .April 4,-The sawmill o:
tho Mnloy, Thompson & Moffot Jmm
bor Co. burued Wednesday. L031
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BRIEF NEWS ITEMS.
Tho Now Jersey legislature has
passed n bill making the penalty for
kidnapping 40 years In state prison.
All the papormnkers employed at
the International Paper Co.'s plant at
Fort Edward, N. Y., are out on strike.
A bill making It unlawful for brew
ers and wholesale liquor men to own
saloons has passed both houses of
tho Nebraska legislature and will bo
signed by tho governor.
The flnauco committee of tho Uni
ted Stntes Steel1 Corporation has au
thorised tho construction of a now
steel plant nt Diilutb, Minn. Tho plant
will cost nbout $16,000,000.
Tho Illinois supremo court In tho
case of George D. Mclteynolds, tho
Chicago millionaire convicted of forg
ing grain receipts, hnu entered an or
der admitting McUeynolds to $10,000
A Settlement Seems Near.
Chicago, April 4. A settlement of
tho controversy between the western
railroad? and their conductors and
trainmen seems nearer than at any
tlmo slnco Intor-stato Commissioner
Knapp und Labor Commissioner Nolll
Interceded In behalf of peace. After
delivering tho ultimatum of the gen
oral managers to tho representatives
of tho men Wednesday a long conlor
enco was held. The result was that
tho labor leaders' ca'mo' to an agree
ment which they requested the two
govornment officers to deliver to tho
manngors. Tho exact nature of the
basis of settlement agreed upon by
tho men is not known.
Four Jurors Have Been Chosen.
San Francisco, April 4. Three
Jurors wore accepted Wednesday for
tho trial of Abraham Ituef for extor
tion. Thoy are: J. H. Dumbroll, a re
tail merchant; William D. Knight,
cashier for a furniture firm, and Julius
Moyer, a retired tobacco doaler. J. H.
Urndstreet was accopted Tuesday,
making four Jurors thus far selected.
When this number has been Increased
to 12 thoy will bo subject to peremp
tory challenge, tho defense having
the right to excuse ton Jurors peremp
torily and the prosecution flvo.
Salloro Aided Peasants' Revolt.
Czornowltz, Austria, April 4. It Is
reported here that Gon. Hnrgen, who
Is In command of tho Roumanian
troops In tbo petroleum district of
Roumanla, has ordered tho Imprison
ment of 97 Russians who woro at one
tlmo sailors on board the Russian bat
tleship Kniaz Potomkine and who, af
ter tho mutiny on board that vessol in
1905, lauded In Roumanla and remain
ed thero. Those former sailors took
an active part In tho recent peasant,
insurrection and thoy probably will be
expelled from Roumanla.
Voted for an Early Shutdown.
Plttalnirii- Anvil 4 With 1 finn nMa
' . P' . ' ,VVV J'WIO
ct or 2.050 In tho factories controlled
tll0 National Underage Co. repro-
sonted, the hand window glass manu-
I facturers at a mooting hold hero
Wednesday voted to close tholr plants
' Anrll 20 for tbo annual summer sua.
' ponslon. Ono hundred and sovonty
four co-operative factories refused to
agree to tho April shutdown und will
continue to operate their plants unless
tho scale is withdrawn, In which event
thoy will also close.
i. nit Declared a Boycott.
Kansas City, Mo., April 4. The Hvo
stock commission men who nro mem
' bora of tho Hvo stock oxchanco nt tho
stock ya,rds havo declared war on tho
Co-operative Llvo Stock Commission
Co., an Independent concorn, and a
f boycott, on all packora who purchase
I cattle; bbeop or hogs from the''' cd-
i'PlaHi1 'Another Polar Expedition.
Kew Yorki April 4. Anthony Fiala,
who went to the frozen north with tho
Ruldwln-Zleglor expedition, Is plan
ning ii quest of the North Pole and
has announced that ho has tho back
ing of two capitalists. The expedition
It Is oxpected will cost about $200,000.
Lansing, Mich,, April 4. Tho son
nto on We'dnosday passed a bill re
quiring a two-cent per mile nassonirer
j faro on all lower peninsula, railroads
whose not earnings oxceod jl.200 per
mllo, upper penlnsuln fares, which, aro
"'""LTr "V,"h 'l"l?"t
,.., ...f ,,wt MllUf . tHIUU-VVl
rate. Is provided for lower peninsula
roads earning less than $1,200 per
Bride and Groom Burned
to Death in a Hotel.
, W. VA.
The Couple Were About to Go to a
Wedding Feast Given in Their
Honor when Death Came.
Suttorf, W. Va., April 4. Dr. nnd
Mrs. Lloyd Gareo, of this placo, were
burned to death and John Gnrtln, of
Fairmont, W. -Va,, narrowly escaped
n similar death last night when the
RIvorvlow hotel was destroyed by lire,
causing a monetary loss of $18,000.
Dr. and Mrs. Garee woro married
Tuesday In Moundsvllle, W. Va., nnd
wero en route to the homo of the
groom's mothor, Mrs. 'Mary Garee,
whero a wedding supper and a host of
trlonds wero awaiting their coming.
Mrs. Gareo was Miss Elizabeth Win
grovo, of Moundsvllle, a well known
young lady of that city. Dr. Gareo
was 28 years, pf age, had just finished
his medical education and had Intend
ed practicing hero.
Tho fire originated In tho laundry
of tho hotel and within a few minutes'
tho building was enveloped in flames.
Upon their arrival hero Wednesday
Dr. and Mrs. Gareo went to tho hotel
to recover from tho fntlguo occasion
ed by tho Journey from Moundsvllle
and were then to drive to their now
John Martin had an Interior room
nnd when ho heard the cry qf flro ho
ran Into the 'hall. All tho passngeH
were blocked and Martin made his
way Into thofroom occupied by Dr.
and Mrs. Garee nnd leaped from the
window. Ho says tho two bodies
'wero lying on tho floor.
Taft Inspects Canal Work.
Colon, April 4. Secretary Taft
reached Colon from tho other side of
tho Isthmus Wednesday morning. Af
ter luncheon he met a deputation of
tho house owners of Colon and other
citizens, who protested against tho al
leged unjust hardships imposed by the
sanitary authorities and nskod relief
from tho ''unjust and Intolerable con
ditions imposed In carrying out the
sanitary Improvements hero." Secre
tary Taft has mado a thorough exami
nation of conditions on the isthmus.
Airship' Sold for $80.
Now York, "April 4. The airship
which was brought to this country by
Santos DumonV. for exhibition n't the
St. Louis exposition and which was
seized by tho customs officials for non
payment of duty, was sold Wednes
day for $80. 'The airship was one of
several hundred nrtlcles disposed of
at tho annual sale of unclaimed goods.
Woman Suicided by Hanging.
Now York, April 4. Aftor several
months of suffering from 'a nervous
malady, Mrs. Kllen Ryder, wlfo of
Cornelius Ryder, one of the wealthiest
men In tho Gravosend aocrion of
Hrooklyn, hanged herself Wednesday
In tho basoment of. they family homo.
Sho had been dead two hours when
the huuband found hor.
"Cubs" Lost at Springfield.
Sprlngflold, 0 April 4. After win
nlng 30 straight oxhlbltlon games, tho
Chicago National league team was
defeated here Wednesday by tho
Springfield Central league team by a
scoro of u to a.
A War on Pool Rooms.
Now Yoik, April 4. As a result of
information obtained through a raid
Tuesday on a building in Cedar street
in which threo prisoners wero taken,
Deputy Pollco Commissioner Hansen,
Assistant District Attorney Vandlvor
and Capt. Llobor last night descended
upon another place In tho same build
ing and seized a quantity of parapher
nalia. They claim that tho placo
raided last night wo tho information
burenu of all tho downtown pool
rooms. Tho doors woro broken down
with axes, but no prisoners woro
Struck Out 350 Counts.
Chicago, April 4. As a result of 19
motions for dismissal of counts In, the
Indictments against tho Standard Oil
Company of Indtnna, charged with nc
ceptlng Illegal rates on shipments of
oil, Judge Landls in tho Unitod States
district court Wednesday ordered that
.150 of the counts bo strickon out be
cause, of defects In tho drawing of
them. There aro still 1,550 counts on
which tho Indictments can stand.
Struck for a Half Holiday.
Newport, R. I., April 4. llulldlng
and mochnnlcal trades of this city
nro almost completely" tied up ns the
rasult of a Btrlko of "about 300 enrpon
tera, cablnotraakors,; upholsterers, fin
ishers nnd othor" inechanlps. The
mon struck bocausb -'''their employers
refused to grant 'them a Saturday
Harrlman Wanted to be a Senator.
'Washington, April 4. It was de
clarod at tho Whlto Houso Wednes
day that tho real reason for B. 11,
Harrlman's Interest in tho olectlon ol
tho state ticket In New York in 1904,
roforenco to which was mado In the
communications which passed bo
tween him nnd tho. president, was thai
ho desired to advance his own .ambi
tions. It Is assorted that Harrlman
wanted tho position of sonntor now
filled by Mr, Dopowi and that this wat
tho reason why lio.was anxious tc
have him appointed lanjbaesauor tc
Paris. v.s. .- . -
Chicago, . April, A . The
railroad strike has ,. heen
settled. The employes get
10 hour day and 10 per
cent wage increase.
Apportionment of New York liegUt
tUre Is Declared Illegal by the Court
Albany, N. Y., April 4. Tho entire
apportionment of legislative districts
mado by tho laBt New York legisla
ture' is overthrown as unconstitutional
and void by tho court of appeals In a
decision handed down unexpectedly
Wednesday, tho court reversing tho
Judgments of tho courts below, which
hitherto hhvo sustained tho act. The
decision does not affect tho personnel
or Invalidate the nets of the present
legislature, but political relations nnd
alignments In every part of the stato
mado to suit the new conditions havo
been thrown Into confusion and form
orly influential politicians who woro
supposed to have been killed politic
ally by last year's apportionment re
turn to tho field of lnlluonce.
Far-soeing politicians here sny that
It Is Impossible to calculate tho conse
quences of tho decision, which they
describe as a "political earthquake."
It is gonernlly believed hero that tho
decision may prolong throughout May
and perhaps Into Juno tho session of
tho legislature, because of the neces
sity of ennctlng a now apportionment,
tho court holding that unless this Is
done tho next election for members of
olthor house jrlust bo hehl under tllo
apportionment laid down In tho conf
stilutlon of 1895, which the reappor
tionment net of 1900 was Intended to
Tho decision whs by n divided court,
four to two, and there njre live opin
ions, threo supporting and twp dis
Thirty-four of tho old senatorial dis
tricts within tho several counties are
directly affected. Only 10 of tho sen
ato districts represented In the pres
ent senate are the same as uadur tliu
former apportionment. '
Will Have to Change Their Rule.
Columbus, O., April 4. Tho statt
railroad commission Is preparing
decision in tno domurrugo cast
brought by tho Ohio Shippers' asso
elation against nil tho railroads ol
Ohio and expects to dispose of the
matter this wook. Thoro aro a num
bor of points Involved In tho case, but
It can bo stntod with certainty that
tho railroads will bo compelled tc
modify their' demurrage rules. The
Ohio commission by Its statement re
garding car shortago has shown that
It does not consider tho blamo to' be
with shippers for holding cars tdc
Jong, but is caused by InePlclent man
agement by tho railroads.
A Swindler Completes His, Sentence.
Columbus, O., April 4. "Prince"
Otto Honry, whose real name Is Sond
helm nnd who was born in Qormany
was released from tho ponltontlary
Wednesday, having sorved flvo years
for pockot-plcking In Urbana. Ho Is
known as the most clever all-around
crook In this country nnd swindled the
Duke of Edinburgh ont of $20,000 In
London in 189J. He is a flno chemist
nnd swindled many people by saying
he could add from onc-tl;Ird to one
fourth to the .wolght of, gold by' n
cnemicai process. Many men were
caught In the swindle and Henry
made thousands of dollars.
Strikers and Detectives Fought.
Lorain, 0., April 4. Tho first out
break in tho prosont strlko at tho
shipyards occurred Tuesday night,
whon a lively fight between strlkors
and privato detectives In tho' omploi'
of tho company took placo. Sovoriil
of the men .on bfth sides camo out of
tho fight badly battored, bitt tho
wounds will not be fatal. Further
troublo is expected at any mlnutq,
Tho company has hlrod a largo num
bor of men In the east to tako the
places or tho strikers. These mon, aro
now on their way to this city, and
when thoy arrive it is foared that
thore will be bloodshed.
Decided Against a Merger.
Cincinnati, April 4. Tho refusal to
morgo the educational and homo and
forolgn missionary soclotlos of tho
church and a plea for 2,000 young
proacners to nil tho unoccunied mil
pits wero tho foaturos Wednbsday of a
mooting or tho American Christian
Educational s'ocioty. Tho society
morgor proposition camb before the
mooting as a suggestion to simplify
tho business of the church by combin
ing tho American Christian Educa
tional society, tho Amorlcan Christian
society and tho Forolgn Christian
Missionary society. A negative deci
sion was given.
Mlsslno Woman Found In River.
Stoubenvlllo, O., April ,4. While
rowing about tho river Whaffniaster
Thornloy dlscovored tho body' of Mrs.
Bamor, wife of ;ltevt ItpbaH Barner, a
lending minister o'f, Uoch'estor Pa.,
who disappeared March. L'i,, The po
lice of Pittsburg atid other clfies'who
wpre offered a reward, could not get a
trace of hor. Mrs, Barner Is thought
to havo, been demented. Mrs, Barner
was a beautiful woman, .16 years old.
Will Urflo a Respite for Haugh.
Columbus, 0 April 4. The attor-.
noys for Dr. Oliver J, Hailgh havo ar-.
ranged for an audlonco with Gov. Har
rJs today, whon thoy will Urge thoi
governor to grant him a respite In or
dor that ho may naye a chance to pre-
sent nis casq to the stato board of
pardons. Uiiloss the goyernor Inter
feres Haugh will 'ha executed Friday,
night. The pardon boaid will not meet
until Thursday pf riextVwoek,. .
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TREAT THE SKIN '
"Hood Disrate" Idea It Swept Away
ny me lbtiii uncaveries.
ifi&oitt. discoveries show that
f,skih" diseases nnd "blo&d" dis
tiniWs are not d n&mii. .The doetot4
kentnitr amnlpox, fcerlet fever und
C(t&fter the hs'onscr departed. For
m micso caws me wtui pru uniy
tno .SYMPTOMS of- "the, liieao. &
jfoai oivii mwasivj, sueu as
eczema), nro usenses ot tno skin
itself, ltcceiit development of' tho
fverm theory gave ihe 1MIOOF that
reftl skin deasestnre'tiotb the
(testnietive ci'eetM of n germ which
live. on Ihe weaker parts of the
skin. Skin apeci'nliKls therefore
Itctrmi a search for mimolhitiir that
would destroy tljl germ, nnd Br.
Decatur 1). Dertiu i'ound ithnt oil
df. winlorjjreeii, properly mixed with
soothing ingredients) amnio n. 'vvnslt
Hint wan av,HK m it results. This
wnsli wns willed I). 1L 1). Pres
cription. ,So widely kiuVn became
lliw prescription (lint u cottintiiiy
itlidcrtook to wmnttiind it.
nnd it i.4
now on tho market ns "l
1). D. 1).- is V effe
many nliysiciana pragerib
avoid till propriet
Mfnny give it to their pxf'itts cvcil
though it mean los or fees to
themselves, for tho cure is quit
a.Utl rt'(iiirc' oiiily .care, by the. a
If ynti v-'ssh with ihe tnild 1).
D. I). iSap and then upply I). D
1). Prccription you will feel AM'
ONCE' Hint wonderful relief from
itch. The druggist, who kcqis 1).
D. D. . Pusc.ri)tiMi can give you
I). 1). D. Soap.
"Per eighi'een month's oiir lillle
girl suffered with eczema and 11m
D. 1). 1). Prcfteriplions ctrred her
sound and well WITHOUT LFAV
NO A SOA'It," writes Cliulio Fes-miiT-,
of Coleridge, N. C. "The dis
easL covered hr fnco, head, amis,
Irrcast and. fnun- Jic.i Iniecsi fp the
ends- of her toes. I tnedmuny
home roxodies jmd tvb physicians
and they nil failed nnd she just
"D. J). I) ia sucli a great
remedy for cul nlid many other
things. Every person ought to liavo
x bottle." '
If yon nro suffering from eczema
pdoria.si.4, -nlt rheum, ringworm,
dandruff or nny A's'i try a bottle
of D. 1). J). .Prescription and you
will find .INSTANT; KETJEF with
the FIRST DltOPS.
A Crop Report.'
Columbus, O., April 4. Tho stale
crop report for April 1, Issued by the
Blato board of agriculture Wednesday,
shows the condition of tho growing
whoat to bo 87 per cent, of a full aver
ago crop. The report says: "The
present condition of tho growing
whent crop, whllo far from being so
encouraging as at this tlmo last year,
Is qulto satisfactory."
Was Struck by an Engine.
Cleveland, April 4. W. J. Conlon, n
stenographer on the Lake Shoro lim
ited train, living in Chicago, wns
struck by an onglne In the Union
depot Wodnesday. His skull is 'frac
tured, his loft' ankle broken nnd seri
ous Internal injuries woro suffored.
Legal Notice .
John It. Corwln, whose placo of
residence is unkonwn, will take j
notlco that Dwn M. Corwln did on ,
the 3rd day ot April, A, D.,1907,
file In the Court of Coinmon Pleas
of Marlon county, Ohio, hor certain
petition for divorco against him on
the grounds or gross neglect of duty
ninv extreme cruelty,
Tlte prnyor of said petition is that
sho nyl be divorced, that she may
bo awadbd reasonable alimony and
rcstoredNo her maiden name.
This petition will bo for bearing
on and after six weeks after tho
first publication of this notice,- which
first publication Is made on April
DOHA M, CORWIN, Plaintiff.
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S'lperience in. the jRusihess.' -A I 'g
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Both Phones N. State St.
UH.W. H. HIJMKUN.
OFFICE West Center Street,
lie hturti i30 to iOiSO t. n. ia4 IiM
to 4,30 p. m.
Bell Phone 320 K. Oitlzesi' ftivt
All calls promptly answeraC
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Open Saturday and Monday eTaalng
BARROW? WE CAN
SELL YOU ONE;
Lawn and Garden
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IN NEED OF A RAKE,
HOE, SPADE, ETC.
be free from them unjers you
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and mixing most' thorough.
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