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FLORA» ILUNOIS. THURSDAY. MAY 22. 1924
Morabw With Shot Oan Pfared Ws Oaa Haad at Honse In
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Bainy Snnday moming Piora veo- Me ware aarprlsed and aboeked to team that Cbartea Carlsob bad killed btaaself at bla home In ytarx. Plots sbont 7:M a'dmdk.
Mr. Ccnsen bad baea la Ml health
^ tor aome time and had evMenOy be-
. eome deapondent. Re was a good
eltlsen aad a man wbo did not taib
wraeh' sari ^^robably brooded ever bla
physical coadltlon mere tban anyone
elae knew. After aaaistlng his wife
In dinner prepsrations by killing s
' eblcken. he stepped into ons of the
entbuildinvs snd nred the shot gnn,
tbe shot piercing bis left breaat over
the heart, cansing instant death.
Coroner J. M. Dean came over from Xenla and held an inqneat Snnday fonwooa, assisted by Bdgar Hancock Jr.'BB aecretary. The Jury was com- PBBed of L. H. Bdmlnston, Pred Chilney, O. A. SmHh. Byrd Vsaghn, Wm. Alderson, Pred Mack. Tbe'Juiy's erdict was thst "Death waa caused by dtschsrse from a l«-guaga shot can discharged by hto own bsads.r* Tka body bad prevlonaly .been re* mwroA to tbe Hancook Pnneitel Home, wbeie tbe Inqneat waa held, followed by preparation of tbe remains tor bnrisl, and they were Uken to the home Monday moraiag,
Mr. Carlaoa was.a boiler ntaker, employed la tbe B. a O. ibopa, eoB- bag here trom Xeaia about IS ysara ace. Be was a member of the Med- ara Woodmen.
Ottt-ot-town relativea who attond¬ ad the tttaetal serrfcee: - '