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Mansfield News, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1910, Mansfield, Ohio tNI MANSFIELD NtlWS, SATURDAY, JANUARY 8, 1910. THHIf cm MTU MEETS ct health held Beselons on Mon- I'ny afternoon but this was more convenient for the reagun that the I'oard of service alto the board of health. board of x health B-.-rves without compensation and KEW ROAttU OF VUKMCHEALTH IMXIAJj >IE AT CITY" HALL nBIJ.D. HE VICE PRESIDENT Dr..M. J. Duvis Officer "tor Another Pfcifer .Secures Sanitary "Pollce- man Succeeding ai'd Ban' Re'UjiiKiinU'd'.-DjUry and -Food It. Ban- Js JElw-ted Secretary of Board. Regular Meetings to lie Held First Friday in Each "tlcntli. The new city board of "public health recently by Mayor Itrowri consisting of the Rev.-G. A. Dr. Guy T. Goodman, A. W. e, James Haffa and C'iiarles Millar ANOTHER VIGTi DEAD Mrs. Sn-plwn Hunt In the Hos- pital at Toledo From the Wound Received Was Killed. After showing, signs of marked improvement for several days, Mrs. Stephen Hunt; who with'her hus- t.und was shot at the time their Daughter, Caroline fHunt, was shot and killed by Joseph Macktey the [evening of Dec. 27, at their home la died at the Toledo hoe- at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon. JHer death may result in of j Jerry. Mackley for murder as.he was (indicted only for snooting'with in- tent to-kill; v..... I' During' the last' few days Mrs. Hunt has beep very restless and ''she JOHN PFEII-KK. 11 as repeatedly' requested to bo re- iroved from the hospital'to. her hdnie. Plans were made Friday, if the nounded woman continued to iru- 1 rove, to'gratify her request, but, it .is more convenient to to hercritical condition Friday 'hold-'thy liiontlily meetings at night removal to her home had to be instead day time. i postponed. Her husband, Stephen The first, session of the board of j.Hunt, was so greatly improved that 1 c-alth lasted about an.beur but at- i he was taken home Thursday. UM tbe meeting.adjourned the mem-j 'Mrs. Hunt "was' shot" in the left and was operated upon by UACKACHK VAMSHKK ANI> YOUR 01 T-OK-OHDKK K1UNKYH MILL ACT :A CUE FOR NEWS REHDERS .a _. ilors of .the Iwdy sat-atound the city i shoulder wet Friday msn.t at city hall all ulltn artei. talking Dr. O. G. Comstock, I-ursuant to a call issued by.the nmy- cver mutters pertaining to health regulations. Recorder's Office; Transfers: A Stewart G.Glii' et artQ'Harvey city i .Tuesday, when the bullet was found I lodged- in the right lung, under the j third rib. Her death adds another niurder to the terrible tragedy for v.-hich Joseph and Jerry Mackley j" ere arraigned before Judge Chitten- tlen .in common pleas court Friday, jerry Mackley, the brother of Joseph, is charged with the shooting TT- E. Painter, lot No. 4141 in Mansfield Hunt' aud Joseph J? held for 51_ the murder of the 18-year-old daugh- VICK PltK.SlDE.VT- K1IOXLK. or for organization. Formerly the board of public service was also the city board of health bnf with the! coming of the new codn the bourd of. service was wiped out and it was necessary to fall back en the old method of having the mayor appoint a board. As was the case with the board of health the mayor is tne ex-officio president of the board. At the initial meeting of the health board Friday night all Diem- of the body were present. The rr.aytfr swore the membeis in, after the hpard proceeded to get down to business; The- first thjpg in order was tbe election of a vice president and the.Rev. Kienle was j E. Fry- Long to Eliza- Ann Ridenour et al, lot No. 1C7 iu-Bellvilfe, Clark B. Mines, to -Eliza Ana" Ridenour, out lot No. 16 in Bell- vilie, Luella'B. et al to Mary Smith, lo't No.-43 iu Shelby, Kale T'. DoYaruiou et 'al to'Horace L. Rc'.d, lot: No. 17 in Wkldeh, fl. .Abraham Burger et al to. B. Frt-de, i'0'A acres of land in RichlanU cqniity, John I-VpiUel allo Mary E-.-FuHon, 25 acres of "land- iir -Washing-ton town- "ship, J775. -v _ Joliu F. Dili et al to John W. Fulton, 23 acres of laud in Washington town- ship. Harmon-, to Samuel Eng- wiler, part lot Xo. 1G18 in Mansfield, Prolate Court. Joseph J. Mackley, indicted for Charles, Moshfer, "of Huron and Mabel Hershey, of Mansfield. i Minute Docket; Anna B. Wolfe', of Mansfield, ap- first degree murder in rli'e killing of Caroline Hunt, and his Jerry'Mackley, charged with com- j licity in the shooting of the girl's parents, entered pleas 'ot not guilty lefore Judge Chittenden in common pieas court this morning. Tile two brothers smiled and talk- ed while their attorneys waived the leading of the Both appeared .iittle concerned about the serious charge. _'.... immediately after returned 10 the county jail the special venire of jurymen to try their cases was FOOT CAUGHT IN ROILS Xo Man or Uomnii Hero in Mansfield Whether Old or Vouiig Can Afford o the amount of stamps, money- order blanks, etc., were secured. The safe was damaged to the extent of in prying and wrenching the doors open. No explosive was used. Almost a Panic. There was almost a panic at the uneral of George Adams Friday E.I Mt. Victory, when his aged father arose during the singing of a'hymn nd demanded that tbe singing cease. CONNER'S DEPARTMENT STORE -TAK HOME OF I.OIT Sale Prices Tonight and Monday 11. pieces Standard Apron Gingham, 7c 5 dozen Ladies' Silk Scarfs, 69c grade....................89c 25 dozen Men's Best Grade Work Shirts, 5Oc grade.........89c 6 dozen or Grey Wool Shirts, grade !wc 18 Fine All Wool li-4 Blankets, grade 15 Fine Leather Suit Cases with shirt fold, grade .99.49 6 dozen Hand Painted China Fruit Plates, special.......... .8Bc 10 dozen Star Cut Glass Tumbltre, 30c grade, special, each ...15e, 25 dozen Hose, 2Oc grade ............lOc 15 dozen Indies' Heavy Ribbed Cotton Hose, 20c grade ..____iOc 20 dozen Ladles' Fine Lisle Ribbed Hose, 25c grade____......ISe 10 dozen Ladies' "Onelta" Fino Ribbed Union Suits, grade, 48c 6 dozen Men's Heavy Fleeced or Ribbed Union Suits, grade 50 dozen Men's Heavy Fleeced or Ribbed Shirts and Drawers, 60c grade He cried "there will be no merry- making over the body of my son" d.nd stalked out of the church, de- pite the requests of his wife and Daughters that he remain. The ser- ices proceeded without tbe music. The elder Attains Is very Much op- osed to church music. MILLINERY 1 lot Children's Hats, worth up to ____........... ..5Oc, 1 lot Ladies' Untrimmed Shape, worth up to .50c 1 lot Ladies' Trimmed Hats, worth up to 1 idt Ladies" Trimmed Hats, north up to .Sl.b8 to save ibr- 'fS w Rolled Out of lied. Gordenaro Nyhart. an aged man j .f near Esto. accidentally rolled out f bed a few nights since, and sus- tained internal injuries that are ausing much alarm. He has been coughing up blood ever since and it is thought that he rupt'ired a blood vessel. liUle life. A %-fin Injured in Coasting Carl Sellers, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Sellers of East Gambler street. SHOES KVKUY PAIR OF SHOES D? OUR STOCK KEDVCED IXPKJCK. ladies' Shoes, now.............................C1.3T> Ladies" Shoes, Ladies' Shoes, Si.Sft Indies" Shoes, ...___.... Men's Shoes, now..............................81.65 Men's Shoes, Men's Shoes, Men's Shoes, now..............................f2.95.j to Rk'hard Hsrr. who <1id xnrk HP dairy and food inspector. Irvine the board cf health Tvh--n the typhoid fever c.imo on in the to the of in Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey On Thursday 3h< orr- joined to a vein j M1- Vcrnon. who Is a student at Hi- and by college, was badly injured In a was accent at Hiram. norma! action of afternoon. Carl, with nine .vatus was sludents. was coasting down two Hiram hill. Carl, who was steering. CONNER'S FOURTH AJfD WALSUT STREETS rr.onry the ritv t it bonrd. lo a to Thfl old n part of an r tdsh to keqi young, strong and vigorous and have on your 6 clhccks the glow of perfect healih take Duffy's Pure Mali Whiskej regularly, according to directions. It tones and strengthens the heart action and purifies the entire sys- tem. It is recognized as a family rxrdicir.e cvcryv.-l-ieTc. H need of Aeficxl 1 fumiion air! once th'-rf of to JI.T thr-y 'ho it compelled r'S- Kt-w York, ctcting j-cwouefailr Oar doctor TDB advice free, tocribet- with nfutnted medical Ixwklrf, cnatmlolnc cvmatea for boaltb. which yea to b? vl 1} the the of hraith rn t'nf first Fi lay t f t-s.-'a vnnn'h ai the v of At'or- Ley IV. rr old tnvc heen cared benefited by ;he Hits freut and to dalcrs. Aracl. Woman ?.da, i "intrnl of the- and It crash- into a iwr. Hf was thrown vioJ- i acainM it and the IJjp. i t low on his and was in- howR. of i Jurc-d internally. _ _____ snow on ih' r' r-M'hf-vs if h'T t' UNION MAID SOAP] t tf "fe- "o TJ- Jn'-T-rrm 51 a a Tho o'd rflialilc t-ojlft soap. Lath- s in hard water. Fine for shampoo, j A cake for 5 all grocers. f "by the Soap Co.. Co- PATEfTS of Mr. mri M r- Homy Korn- death, The mother, who engaged at her! il GRAND UNION .H, SIATIOH HEW TOWC OTT i Hi D, SWIFT CO, WttUa0tM.B.C ViEWSPAPERl ;