shutt, JT, Dr
SHUTT VS. BLOODHART. Jury Vails to Agree After S«v.-;ral Hour*' Discussion. A case that took up a good deal of time and waxed hot for the better part of Tuesday aiternoon and evening, was tried before 'Squire Louizenhiser: Dr. J. T. Shutt vs. Mrs. Barbara Bloodhart for $184 for professional services rendered. Dr. Shutt was represented by Lawyer Vosler and Mrs. Bloodhart by Lawyers Packard and Kuder. The jury in the ca?e received the charge about 9 o'clock, and after a lon^ discussion they finally asked to be dismissed dismissed as they could not agree upon a verdict. The case was postponed until next Thursday.