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 - Shootingjn Which One Is Killed and Took Place...
Shootingjn Which One Is Killed and Took Place In Stringtown Saturday T NightBurnisTSuiter 21 Receives Bullet Near Heart and Douglas r " T Suiter Wounded in Knee. A shooting affray in which Burnis Suiter was killed and Douglas Suiter was badly wounded took place in - Stringtown, in District No. 13, three miles south of this city, Saturday ; night about 10:30 o'clock. John Chad-wiqk and his brother, William Chad- - wick,1 sons of RobeTt Chadwick, are hold at the Montgomery County jail ' pending an investigation of the affair. Reports of the shooting are somewhat conflicting., , The four men named at- 1 tended a dance at the home of Jesse Hyard. During the evening a row took place and the Chadwick brothers ' left It 1 claiirted that when only a short distance from the Byard residence they were comepon by Burnis, Douglas and Cleveland Suiter, and the shooting followed, John Chadwick claiming that the shots he fired were In self-defense. The" bullet which ended Burnis Suiter's life struck just below the heart while Douglas Suiter was shot in the left knee, sustaining a serious - wound. "The Chadwick boys then -proceeded to their home, where they " awaited the Sherlffj who had been no- ' tiflod by telephone. The shooting and its deplorable re- One Wounded suits , has occasioned deep regret among all the parties connected with it. The body of Burnis Suiter was buried at Macedonia Church Sunday afternoon, after a funeral service at the home of William Suiter by Rev. Mr." Hensley. Who's Who In Clarksvllle? Fifteen dollars In prizes open to everybody. Watch for Wednesday's paper, when j full Information carr be had. Dominion Premier -Visits Aibany, N. Y. Special to the Leaf-Chronicle. " . Albany, N. Y., Feb. 24. The Right Hon. Robert L. Borden, the Dominion premier, arrived In Albany today to be the guest of honor at the annual dinner Of the University Club Of this clty, ; - " " -''' Who's Who In Clarksvllle? Fifteen dollar in "prizes -open to everybody, Watch for Wednesday' paper, when full Informstlon can be had.

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  1. The Leaf-Chronicle,
  2. 24 Feb 1913, Mon,
  3. Page 1

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