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ACCDENTLY KILLS HIS BRIDE.
M rs. Henry Ricbardson Victim'of De
plorable Tragedy Near Sum
Sumnmerton, Oct. 19.-One of the
'most deplorable tragedies in the his
tory of this community occurred near
here this morning, when the young
fe of Mr. Henry B. Richardson was
incidentally shot ana tilled by a gun
n the hands of her husband. From
e testimony brought out at the cor
ner's inquest, held at the home at
n, it appears that Mr. and Mrs.
chardson were preparing to drive
to Summerton nnmediately after
reakfast. The deceased was in her
ed room when her husband entered
nd picked up a douoie-barreled shot
n from a corner, m~tending to kill a
chicken with it. While speaking to
his wife he examined the gun to see
i! it was loaded, ana as he closed the
reech there was a deafening report,
~folowed by a cry of pain, and the
young woman fell mortally wounded
to the floor. The entire load entered
hfr left side, just beneath the arm,
teari.4, her heart --ntirely away na
causing immed.a.te death.
Just nine days ago the young couple
su rised their large circle of friends
yii announcing their marriage, which
took place in Augusta, Ga., on the 10th
instant The deceased was a young
woma.n of1ne ars of age, and was
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widely known and deservedly popular
hereabouts. She was the daughter of
Mr. James Douglas Deas, formerly of
Camden, but now living here. Mr.
Deas is in tihe west at the present
time. She had several brothers and a
sister, all of who~m have been notified
of the accident. Tne husband is a
young *ma.n of great promiise and is
completely overwhelmed by the ter
The iinterment will be at St. Mark's
church, Clarendon, at 3 o'clock on Fri
day afternoon, 20th mnstant. The sym
pathy of the entire community goes
out to the young husband and groom
in his grief.
I PECIAE FAIR ATRCTOS
Wanise of the Best Fair Ever IIell.
Time to Make Plans.
The State Fair to be held, in Co
lmbia, from October 30 to Novem
ber 3 gives promise of being the mnost
1ucssu in the history of t.he South
Carolina Agricultural and Mecha.ni
alScety. As usual there will be
several thousand visitors here and all
preparations have been completed for
the annual event.
Mr. J. Arthur Banks, the president
of the State Fair. has securd s.>e-l
rates over all railroads 1e'ding to
Columbia. - Besides, extra an una nt
on the regular trains there wiL be
special trains operated on the -f;
days," Wednesday and Thursday.
from Anderson, Greenville, Charlot:c,
Spartanburg, Charleston and Augvas
ta, and intermediate points. All rail
roads have granted special rates.
The buildings at the Faiir grounds
'are being placed in condition to re
ceive the exhibits, which will be more
extnsive than heretofore.
~u'll see the
)ats in this
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11ly store in
BROTHER KILLS BROTHEE.
Slayer Twelve, Victim Ten, in Spar..
tanburg County Tragedy-In
Spartanburg, Oct. 21.-David Fow
ler, aged 12, of Cherokee Springs, this
afternoon shot and killed his brother,
Dewey Fow.ler, aged 10. The shooting
occurred at the home of the boys. The
two boys were playing together and,
it seems, that Dave became enraged at
his younger brother over some child
ish matter. Securing his father's gun,
he fired the fatal shot. Dewey fell in
the yard and died within a few min
Coroner Turner was notified and the
result of the verdict of the coroner's
jury was that the deceased came to
his death from a gunshot wound in the
hands of his brother, Dave. The case
will be investigated in the courts.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Notice is hereby given that the un
dersigned will make a final settle
ment of the estate of Mary Manerva
Humbert, deceased, in the office of the
Judge of Probate for Newberry Coun
ty, S. C., on the 28th day of November,
1911, at 11 o'clock a. in., and will im
mediately thereafter apply for a dis
charge as such Executors.
John M. Kinard and James P. Kinard,
Executors of the last will and testa
ment of Mary Manerva Humbert,
October 19, 1911.
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For sale and guaranteed by Gilder
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270 acres of land lying and beingI
situate in Township No. 9, the same
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