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 - The double- double- killing set the county...
The double- double- killing set the county blaze. G. W. Baker went to see his tons, it is believed, on a mission of peace. He returned the next morning, and while ou his way to Manchester passed John Coldiron's store, where Jim Howard had come earlier. As soon as young Howard saw the old man be leveled his gun at him and shouted: "You laid the plot to have my people killed, and I'll kill you." Baker threw up his hands and cried eut Imploringly: "Don't kill me, Jim, I had nothing to do with It." The response was a shot which put a bullet through the old man's bowels. He 11 weltering In ths road, but was taken

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 01 May 1898, Sun,
  3. Page 9

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