Mamie Burket Killed Self
a of MISS MAMIE BURKETT KILLEDSELFTUESDAY Mis? Mamie Burkett, daughter of G. W. Burkett of Summers, this county, took her own life with an of chloroform about 3:00 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. A coroner's jury met at the Burkct home Tuesday evening returned a verdict that the deceased committed suicide for a cause unknown. Mias Burkee had been in ill for the past five or six years anil recently underwent an optuition which she \vas thought to hnve pletely recovered. She was well who Pan- to- an known i:i many communities over county and was u member of OJIP ., . , , . , . ,, . i""" belief the prominent families of the countv ,,, , . ' ,, L U 1 "' 3 r - personal interest in .She was about *, years of age mHr| L R. Smith, of Summers, who on the coroner's jui y lust night Kayetteville today on busmen. He stated that Miss Burkett left the 2:HO n'- mainder of htr faÂ«mVÂ« about z;.w clock in the afternoon as they making kraut on the back I the house. About an hour later Ellen Gibson, a cousin of the came to the house and inquired foi Miss Burkett. Mr. Burkett, father the deceased, told her thai hit daughter was cither away from the house visiting in the neighborhood or was her room. Miss Gibson then went the room and found thÂ» door locked. She hurriedly told Mr. Burkett returned with Miss Gibson to th window drawn. That there was a well-directed attempt at suicide seemed evident. pre. , . , . , , e root " ' and after forcing the uoc- open ,. . , . ,, . , , ' " i and his daughter on the bed dead. The T Â· i . . . . , , Legislature that ""-Â·Â·'""Â· shades to the room were TM , , . , . , . , , , , , . dead body was found with the containing chloroform a wash bowl and was in a marred condition, health is attributed as the cause the deed.