a fatal accident
A FATAL ACCIDENT* JHCOOÂ» II. Cadden. of Burton. IK Thrown From n HiiRCy Â» n Â» l Killed. BAKTOX, Md., July 9, [Special]-- James II. Ciuideu and John PfUton starred 3'eEterday morning iu a buggy to to Keyser. About a mile below Piedmont there "ie a large rock on the side of road on which the sun T'T^W the of some trees that wore Â«. i.Jnif; the wind blew the gbadow u-.ovecl to fro. At this hbndow the horse shyed jumped on the bank ou the oppcwsite of the road, then w i t h :v sudden jumped back again, throwing both niea outot the bu;Â«y. Mr Cadden fell on tiie back of his and lay uncon c tious iu the road. Mr. Patton was not hurt by the fill. Mr. was conveved to the residence of Mrn. JDorsey and Mr. P.Utpn started for Piedmont Piedmont 'to secure medical aid. Or. tjhupy was summoned and after examining body, found th?t thepku'.l was cru^lu'd nniJ'that the piil-e wa-" very weik. Father Wider arrived, half an hour Mr. CadJen waÂ« hrcitlunR 'i' 4 !i c t. Mr. Cadden was born in IV.rton in and is, tliereiÂ»re, -7 years old. lie duÂ» ooiil until H few vears- as", when he embarked in tiie UK rchiui'hs-mc; bu-ir.e 0 *. Â«iid was regarded in our couinmnity a 1 ? an honest, honest, Industrie)'.!" and upright younc; man. He \\Â° very popuUr w i t h all claK'-ea. Nothing lips' fcc'irri'd in our i-omraunity for a long titnc that aifei-U'd our people much aÂ« this horniil- death. 1/,-erybody was horrified when tl:e news ranic Â·larues H. Caddt-n !'.Â«! been killed, and lier^ am! there on tlie Ftreets two or cou!(! be --t'en =pe.ikm^ in \\iiispers of . i . Mr. Cadden leave" a wife, who iÂ« frantic with grit-f und tÂ«o infant (iatisb- tcr.=. Mrs. Cadden im 3 the ayii')athieÂ« of entire community and kind friends- ate doimr all in tne.r power to cons-ole When ami where M r . Cadden w i buried it- not kno-A.i P. f this time, but mot p i o b u b l y i n tl.e Citholic place on Tuesday.