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August. ' , t vi0e,'in'-iip.league, "hold a new
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FIRST; WIFE AVENGED 3 Y SECOND BY, A KILLING
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Mrs. Jesse C. 'Barnes.
By E. CRodgers.
Cookeville, Tenn., July 24.
The second wife, has-the right to
kill the love pirate whp stole from
the first wife a husband's love!
So says nearly every person in
Putnam Co., Tenn.
These people have already ac
quitted unofficially Mrs. Myr
tle Barnes, the young- and pretty
second wife of Jesse C Barnes,
wealthy retired distiller and Idnjd1
owner, for&ayhgj'Mrs. Delia Pip
Jesse GI Barnes,' Vow" 50, of an
614, Squthern'fa;mily, owned a big
distilhhg company- at' Double
Springs,., where, lie lived with his
wife., Theije a' young girl was
grpwing'ihto'- beautiful young
womanhood. ,-She was a Pippin,
also, a well known Southern fam
ily. .WbodJudd wooed and won
Delia Pippin" 18 years ago. '
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