Daugh vs Daugh
DAMAGE SUIT is UP F, M. ttaritoln Wantls f 1,950 From StrttidaW Oil Company—Two Wwre Indictments. Court W«4 opened today at 1:30 o'clock. TB« case of F. M. Goodwin vs. thd Slaliaard Oil company was called,- and a number of the petit Jurors *e#s examined to sit In this case, fiffahy and Clarity are representing the> plaintiff and Stearns & Zipf 'the defendant. The case is for persoriat Injuries sustained by the plaintiff While in the employ of the defendant at its plant at Whiting, Ind., as a candle molder. He asks $1,950. The case was first tried during the September term in 1903, at which time a judgment for the full amount was allowed by the jury, but on the petition of the defendant a new trlall was granted by the court. In the case of Daughenbaugh vs. Daughenbaugh, which was heard by the court last week, and on which a decision was deferred until today, Judge. Heard gave his decision in favor of the plaintiff, This leaves her In undisputed possession of the property in Buckeye township. It .was announced by the bailiff that the grand jury was ready to come in. They brought in two indictments, one against V. A. McGIlvray and one against Eugene McConnell. Ball in each case was fixed at $500. The first named has furnished his bail and is now at liberty.