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a nominal fine and had to pay costs. This caus
ly determined to get even with a ven aace. The first shot he fired at Arvay inflicted a mortal wound but stood over the body and fired the maining bullets in her body. After returned home and re-loaded his volver he placed the weapon to head and sent a bullet through
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Mrs. Arvay was the widow of Arvay, who had a license to saloon at Clay Center. John died about two years ago and the cense was issued to Geza Farkis, as administrator of the estate. Farkis is the Austro Hungarian Consul at To ledo. She then married a Hungarian and by him she had a baby which is now left motherless. There are two or three children by her first husband.
Coroner Skiff viewed the remains and Sheriff Richardson visited the scene but there was nothing for the Sheriff to do as the man had tried and ' convicted himself and executed the sentence.
The funeral of Mrs. Arvay was held Thursday.
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