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the Mu- to well- deputy holster was the bedroom even con- shot children." hid as best they could while a second volley rattled through the house. Then t was over. Learns Son Is Dead Mrs. Musick called her children to her. Only Bennett did not answer. In rear bedroom she found him. huddled ; iainst a trunk by the wall. She knelt j beside him, calling. Blood trickled wctly on to her shoes. For a moment she thought she herself h«d been shot. Then j the realization slo\v'\y came that her boy i was. dead. j For a long time the little family sat alone in the house. Word was .sent to Pineville, · and Musick learned shortly after he arrived there that his son was dead. Ralph was summoned from his job at Evarts. An undertaker refused to take the case, and it was not until the following following day that an ambulance was obtained ·om Pineville to remove XH.,,M^HO XH.,,M^HO ,v~Jy The family, except for Ralph wh'o is still on his job and in school, moved to Pineville with the father. -The little ; house, in which at least H sets of bullet- marks may be counted, is now occupied by Jim;P»ck and-hij family. All the bullets bullets -would --appear to have come.- from high-powered rifles, as .all, went cleanly through the' house, including in several cases the-porch pillars, and. out, the wall. They were evidently fired . from;, across .the fork.on .the road,-and evidently from different positions, raking the' lit- ' tta house completely. How .the others, escaped is .a .miracle.. : . · ' · · ' " One man Is now facing possible 1 -indictment

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  1. The Daily Plainsman,
  2. 11 Jun 1937, Fri,
  3. Page 7

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