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 - WlLkKRSO!! HOWABD'S ACCO09T. Wilterson Howard's...
WlLkKRSO!! HOWABD'S ACCO09T. Wilterson Howard's statement of the origin of the feud is as follows : Bob Turner, several others and myself were plaving cards. - Turner and i hud been on a trade for revolvers, and a lew us- us- phrasant remarks followed, but all passea en. Tamer lay down in the room to take a nap. and another of the crowd, named Little, thought to pluy a joke. Little strnck a match to light his pipe and the itiea struck him to touch the fir in Turner's head. This woke Tur ner, and he asked who did it : He wm told did. More hot woras paeu Between Between us and I went off and got a musket, loaded with fox shot, and returned, returned, in the fight that followed I Shot Bob Turner, and his death resulted. I was tried and acquitted on the ground of self-defense. self-defense. self-defense. The proof on trial show ed that Turner attempted to shoos me first. A short time after this. Will lur-ner, lur-ner, lur-ner, -Bob""s -Bob""s brother tried to kill me. Will w a bad man. He htid been en-Kued en-Kued en-Kued in a war with the Gilbert family and had killed Will Gilbert. He earns t.) my house, four miles below town, on the Cumberland river, walked into the boose, pulied his pihtol an I shot at me without- without- earing a word. My wife and children Snd mother-in-law mother-in-law mother-in-law mother-in-law mother-in-law and myself n-pr n-pr n-pr sitting around the firepkice. The bniiet intended for me missed its mark, but plowed its war across tnv mother- mother- in-law's in-law's in-law's forehead. The wound was Hot serious and She - recovered. I jumped ap. get my pistol off the bed. where it lay. nnd Turner and I grappled, in the scuClo both our pistols were fired several times, and Turner was shot in tee arm. Uwing to the darkness, be succeeded in making his escape. I had several holes in my clothes, bnt was not hurt.' This assault on me and thootine of mr mother-in-law mother-in-law mother-in-law mother-in-law mother-in-law set nnb- nnb- na opinion against UJ lutner, and ne weni to lexas ana remained some

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 27 Oct 1889, Sun,
  3. Page 4

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