Other Articles Clipping from Athens Messenger and Herald, Thu, Dec 3, 1896.

Clipped from US, Ohio, Athens, Athens Messenger and Herald, December 3, 1896

ATILEJNSAlbert Crippeu Becomes Enraged and UsesHis Knife With Cutting Effect*Albert Rrippen. aged eighteen, of near Beebe was arrested and brought to Athens Saturday charged with cutting with intent to kill Raymond Rook of that place. Rrippen is a youth whose intellect is not the brightest, and Saturday morning while at the store at Beebe several of those present began to phighe him calling him ’*\Vheaty“ Rrippen, as he had at some previous time been accused of stealing a small amount of wheat. Rrippen with sto'*d the taunts as long as he thought was consistent with good nature, and becoming angry he drew a pocket knife and began to use it indiscriminately. Rook j got in the way of the flourishing weapon, and was seriously cnt about his face, hands : and body.fRrippen was arrested charged with i cutting with intent to kill. He was jIbrought to Athens for trial before Mayor Davis. Rrippen waived examination and jconn(Tec lent et urnedowniahuttd' Miss • latterswas bound over to court in the sum of | llsfN| *aiH) and in default of bail in* was sent toI jail.yeantoAn