CORRUPTION: Bones Picked

He was a pretty good horse and had a "kind of nice gait." He was called The Senator, in honor of U. S. Senator James E. Watson of Indiana. Three terms served The Senator, one with Governor Ed Jackson of Indiana, one with David C. Stephenson, onetime Klan Dragon, one with Bert Schultze, Indiana apple-grower. It was during his service with Mr. Schultze that The Senator, greedily seizing a corncob, got that same corncob stuck fast in his throat. The Senator gasped, choked, struggled, died.

Last week, however, his bones were discovered...

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