SANGUINARY CLIMAX TO A KENTUCKY FEUD
Two Men Killed and Two Fatally Wounded
Father and Son on Each Side.
ERLANGER, Ky., Sept. 11.— This afternoon at Dry Ridge, an old feud was ended by the killing of two men and the fatal wounding of two others. It was fathor and son on each side, re-enforced by their respective farm hands. At least one hundred revolver shots wore fired.
The dead are: Joseph Michaels and James M'Cray.
The dying are: James W. Watson and Ben Michaels.
The two latter named were the principals. They had quarreled about fence awards at county fairs, and had been at swords points for a long time. The dead man, Joseph Michaels, Is a son of the dying man, Ben Michaels. The other dead man, James McCray, was a farm hand. James W. Watson's son escaped unscathed.
San Francisco Call, September 12, 1898