A. C. Mikel Part 2
The men who will try Floyd Craig for manslaughter are tne louowing. Bert Brinnlng, West township; Warren Warren White, Normal; Peter C. Duff, Normal; Chris Kaufman, Normal; nhrt Mitchell. Bloomington; E. C. Mohan, Money Creek; W. A. Arnold, Colfux; Charles Allen, Normal; William William Lambrecht, Bloomington; H. A. Stewart, Randolph, and W. H. Bode, Mt. Hope township. This Jury is nnud of men of variSus occupa tions with the majority being either farmers of retired farmers or me community. Th court room was completely filled with spectators expectant for anything exciting. They were dis appointed unless 'the language used by the council for the defense in quoting some of the alleged conversation conversation used in the quarrel between tho two men, can be said to be sen rational, at least it was nauseating. The defendant, Floyd Craig, sat Just behind his council and toos: an active interest In the questioning of the talesmen, giving advice to his ntfm-novn ntfm-novn ntfm-novn and answering their ques tions regarding the qualifications oj the various men called lor jurors. He is a good looking young man, 2 years of age, smooth shaven with plenty of color in his cheeks. He wore a dark suit of clothes and a brown bow tie. Directly behind hlra sat his sisters and his aged father. On the other side, the state's side, sat the two Mikei brothers, brothers of Aie deceased and the various witnesses witnesses which the state will have to testify in the matter of the death of A. C. Mikel.