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 - - The People Have Enongh. After the murder of...
- The People Have Enongh. After the murder of Tom Baker the Courier-Journal Courier-Journal Courier-Journal correspondent overheard overheard a number of people declare that they would shift their homes as quickly as they could dispose of their property. Not only Is life at stake, but the constant constant bloodshed Is a source of Intimidation Intimidation to traveling men, who shun Manchester Manchester as they would Hadea Capital Is kept out of a country which sorely needs capital for the development of Its resources. Last year Gilbert Garrard, a son of old Gen. T. T. Garrard, and one of the most respected men In Clay county, was practically driven from his home. Being suspected of having allied himself with the Bakers, Garrard was shot at one Sunday morning while riding to church with his wife. The ball cut across his back, and barely missed striking his wife. , - "I was not afraid to stay, at home," Garrard said, "but it was a question of leaving the place and staying a man, or remaining where I was and becom ing a desperado. X chose the former

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 17 Jun 1899, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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