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Minks from .85c to
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Skunks from .10c to ?1.60
Opossums from ..r>c to 7?c
Musk Hats from .Re toJ?M
Fox from .25? to #h.00
Otter from .?1.00 to $20.00
Reavers from .?0c to *N.f>?
Givlt Cats from .fie to f>?c
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COMMITS FEARFUL DEED
Severs the Heads of Ills Wife and Kins,
uiau When He Finds Them in Un
Kenosha, Wis., Nov. 20.?Tortured
by the mental picture of his head
less wife and her paramour whom he
slow last night. Pasquale Marchesi,
27 years old, a merchant, today went
to a priest and confessed the double
crime, which had here before not boon
discovered. The young avenger of
his honor was turned over to the po
pice who are closely guarding him for
fear of possible mob violence tonight.
According to .Marchesi. be went
home last night and found his wife
Rosalia, and his cousin and name-'
sake ocupying Mrs. Marehesi's bed
chamber. The younger Marchesi,
was not of age. had boon a favorite j
of the husband, and the scene drove
him mad, he said. Without allowing'
his presence to become known,
Marches! wenl to a woodshed, pro
cured a hand axe. crept to the bed
room and chopped off the heads of the
Taking his baby, two months old,
from the arms of the slain wife,
Marchesi washed the blood from its
face. <arried it to the home of his
brother and said his wife was ill. He
returned to the bouse, dressed his
daughter, Josephine, I years old. and
took her to his brother's.
Spectres Haunted Rim.
Marchesi then returned to the house,
concealed the hatchet and began walk
ing .about the City. As morning dawn
ed spectres that had haunted Marchesi
all night as he slunk through back
streets drove him to hide in the base
ment of an Italian Catholic chutch. In
the darkness of the church basement,
he snid he heard the death cries of his
wife and saw her headless form rush
ing at him through the blackness.
As the march of the morning came
faintly to bis ears from the auditorium
above, be said that he thought he dis
tinguished the words "Vengeance is
mine, saith the Lord," Thon he rush
ed from his hiding place, wo m to the
home of the priest and sought relief
in confessing what he had don
After the priest had turned Marchesi
over to the police, the slayer told a
connected story of the crime, pleading
that he had fell justified In killing the
pair at the time the deeds were com
mitted, but later said he was sorry
such a horrid condition had crept Into
bis life. He said:
"I went home last night earlier than
1 bad expected to return. 1 had no
suspicion of my wife's unfaithfuness,
but just for fun I peeked In at her bed
room window. 1 was driven to sense
less desperation by the sight that met
"I became as one insane. I ran
to a woodshed in the rear and seized
a lumberman's hand axe. I returned
to the chamber window with only one
thought; thai of avenging myself. I
carefully raised the window so as not
to be heard. I crawled in unseen and
crept to the bed. My arm strengthen
ed by the sight, I chopped off my
cousin's head at the first blow of
the axe. He did no! move, but .be
sound of the blow aroused my wife.
"Site started up and fought savage
ly. She lagged forgiveness, throw
hersetf on her knees. That was the
end of her. Her defense bad prevent
ed my blow, but her praying posture
allowed the axo to swing freely. I
was mad, but I had sense enough loft
to avoid striking the baby which my
wife had seized as she though! to de
Marches! went on to tell bow ho
bad struck ,at his wife, repeatedly,
almost severing her head, bin always
taking care not to harm the baby. Ho
said that he struck at tho headless
body of bis cousin after be was satis
lied that his wife was dead.
Washed Mood From Hnby's Face,
lie told in detail how he look the
baby, Michael, from tho lifeless arms
of Its mother, washed the marks of
the affray from its face, changed its
clothing and hurried with it to the
home of his brother.
lie then returned to dress his oldest
child whom he bad left alone in the
death chamber. After taking the girl
to his brother, he felt secure for a
time, he said, as the older child had
not awakened during the decapita
tion and could not tell of the crimes.
Marchesi had lived in Kenosha for
ten years and had acquired consider
able property. He was one of the
leaders of the Italians in the West
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Why expect n cure from applica
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Dr. Lconhardt's Hom-Rold (sugar
coated tablets) is taken Inwardly; it
restores circulation, rids you of idles
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druggists. $1 for 21 days' supply,
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I MA3DEN NEWS |
Madden. Nov. 28.?The little lad of
eight, an orobryo fanner, stood before
me. The droop of his shoulders, the
wrinkles across his forehead, caused
me to Inquire as to the nature of his
trouble. "My guano note is due" ho
replied, "And 1 can't get my cotton
picked!" and besides he continued, "I
don't believe there'll be more than
enough to pay it when 1 do get it out."!
and he sank in his little chair with his
chin held In both bands and stared
into the lire. Poor little fellow,
thought 1, you are but typical of the
whole fanner body of the South to
day- On more than one home the
fanner gazes inti the tire and see
naught but that huge (and often times
unnecessary) guano hill. Fanners!
You ought to be by this time satis
fied, yes sir. despite drouth and other
untoward conditions, you have suc
ceeded in making a bumper crop, And
l ow while in a brown study and a re
pentant mood make this one good res
olution and stick to it: "Less ferti
lizer bills for 1912."
When, by way of consolation, I sug-,
gest"d lo the little fellow thai next
year be could even things up ; nd use
no guano at all. Iiis face cleared like
magic, ami the laugh, so genuine and
hearty that followed at my greenness
as he exclaimed "Well what would
there be to gather?" "Anyway" I re
tailed "What you did make my child,
would he yours and not belong to the
The rising generation of fanners
must be taught the value of cover
crops for the winter: the necessity of
raising more cattle, thereby making
home-made fertilizers, then will the
South come into her own.
Most of the fanners here have tak
en advantage of the cold weather ami
hog killing is now the order ot the
day. So far Mr. I'. W. Fl 11 ley holds
the record for the largest porker, hav
ing made 1" gallons of lard from onn
hog. However. Q. 11. Flnley is yet to
he heard from.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. M. Dean entertain
ed a few young people Saturday night
in honor of James Dean, Jr., it being
Iiis 10th birthday.
Mrs. J. A. Wofford, her friends will
be pleased to hear, has about recover
ed from her recent illness.
"Hope springs eternal in the South
ern fanner's heart" is verily true. The
last few days of sunshine have seen
fanners busy sowing oats.
Rev. J. A. Martin filled his regular
appointment at Prospect Sunday.
Mrs. Sallie Madden and neice. Miss
Ophelia Adair, of Holly drove were the
guests of Mr. T. S. L?ngsten Satur
day night and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. .1. R. Flnley.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Martin visited
relatives here Saturday night and Sun
Mr. Palmer Roper and brother of
Rabun Creek were the guests of their
sister, Mrs. Thad Moore, Sunday.
Mr. Carl Proffttt has returned from
a visit to his sister. Miss Lillian, who
is teaching in 1 lorry County.
The friends of Mr. John R. Flnley !
will be sorry to hear that he is not so
well at this writing.
The latest news from the bedside of
Mr. Jim Flnley is that he is no better.
It will be sad news to his many
friends to learn that he is so low.
Mrs. M. T. Allison has returned
from a pleasant visit to her kinsman.
Mr. John M. I Indiens and family and
other friends and relatives in Laurens.
Miss Annie Lee Hryson of Cross
Hill, has been the g,.est of her cous
in, Miss Louise Donli for tin pas; few
Ralkcd at Cold Sled.
"I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot
off," said 11. 1). Kly, lianlam. Ohio, "al
though a horrible ulcer had I.n Hie
plague of my life for four years. In
stead I used Bucklcn's Arnica Salve,
and my foot was soon completely
cured." Heals Rums, Bolts, Soi'OS,
Bruises, I2c/.nmn, Pimph Corns, sur
est Pile cure. 25c at Laurens Drug Co.,
Falun tto I >rug Co.
Che II l'|i!
Spartanhurg has produced Ihe most
remarkable manslayor on record,
lie killed his own brother Saturday,
was admitted to bail Monday morning
and attended his brother's funeral in
the afternoon of that day. Further
more, his name is Mc.limpscy. he is
a negro, and be has in the hands of a
guardian $U.:.nO, which he got from
a railroad company for the cutting off
of bis two legs. Can you beat It??
MONEY BACK DANDRUFF CURE.
Laurens Drug Co. Guarantees Paris
ian Sage for Dandruff and Failing
Think or it dear reader, if PAR
ISIAN SACK isn't the most Invigorat
ing and pleasant hair dressing you
ever used ?money back.
If it doesn't banish dandruff, stop
hair from railing and do away with
scalp Itch money hack, f?0 cents at
Laurens Drug Co. and druggists ev
"PARISIAN sac!-: as a hair grower
and scalp dormer is all right." Mrs.
Dora M Daniels. Williamson, W. Va.
"PARISIAN SACK cured mo of ter
rible itching of the scalp." .Mrs. C.
I'. Cone, Oxford, Ala.
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Frost Proof Cabbage Plants
Do not buy imported cabbage plants that will
have to become used to this climate before they
will begin to grow. Buy those planted in Laurens
county and be sure of a good growth. I have a
large stock ready for delivery. Prices: 20 cents
per hundred; lower prices for larger lots.
J. H. PARKS
Laurens Oil Mill. Laurens, S. C.
State of South Curolluu,
By the Secretary of state.
Whereas, Henry Briggs, Frank Hani
inond, .1. M. Qeer, J. T. Blusstnganie
and W. A. McBrayer, a majority of the
hoard of the directors of (Ireenville
Oreon WOOd & Augusta Kai I way Com
pany, a corporation duly chartered by
the Secretary of State by certificate
issued Octobor 1st.. 1900, have tiled
with me a petition for an amendment
of charter to change the route so that
said railway shall run from some point
in the City of Greenville through the
townships of Oreenvillo, Onntt, Grove,
Oak Lawn, and Ounkliu in Greenville
County; Sullivan and Waterloo town
ships in Laurens County. passing
through the town of I'rluectou; Wal
nut dove, Cokcshury, Coronnca, Nine
ty Six. Fellowship, Phoenix, kiunrd.
Crooks and Kirksey townships in
Greenwood County, Pine drove (No.
7) Brooks (Xo. tit and Kirksey t No.
It townships in Salttda County; ICdgo
llold, 101 in wood, Blocker, Moss, Plck
eus, Johnston, Morlwothor townslilps
in lOdgefleld County; and Schultz
township in Alken County; reserving
the right to leave out any of said
towns, cities or townships. If deemed
advisable, with the right and power
to condemn lands for the purposes of
the corporation: ami further, t?y sub
stituting a comma in lien of hyphen
between the words "Greenville" and
And whereas, notice has 1.n gi^en
by publication for thirty days in said
Now therefore, this is to admonish
all apd singular parties -it interest;
that they show cause. If any they have,
before me in my ollleo In Columbia on
the (Ith day of December at 1:00 p.
m. why said amendment should not
It is ordered that (his notice ho
published in some newspaper in each
Of said counties.
Given under my hand rod seal of
i the State, at Columbia, this the 22lld
day Of November, A. I). 1911.
lt. M. McCown.
Secretary of State.
! Simpson, Cooper & Babb,
Attorneys at Law.
Will practice in all State Courts,
prompt attention given to all busineis.
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