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THE BOURBON NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVFRY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THE YEAR
VOLUME XXXI
PARIS, KENTUCKY, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1913
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Prominent Cynthiana Attorney
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Killing Result of Effort to Collect I $)
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Asa result of a difficulty which took
Dlace on the Main street in Cynthiana
yesterday atfernoon, Harry Bailey, a
prominent young lawyer of that city,
was shot and almost instantly killed
by Newton Arnold, of Bourhon county.
The trouble, it is said, was the out
come of a feeling that has existed be
tween the two men for about a month,
which was the result of a writ of at
tachment entered against Arnold by
Bailey. in the Bourbon county court.
JL'he.'shootingfctook place at the cor
ner of Main -and Pike streets and di
rectly in front of the Farmers' ra
tional Bank. There was a large court
day crod in town and the affray as wit
nessed by a large number of people.
According to the reports a note
against Arnold had been placed in
Bailey's bands tor collection. The two
men met at the corner Main andPike
streets when it is said Bailey accosted
Arnold and demanded the payment of
the note. The men engaged in a
heated argument in which it is alleged
Arnold called Bailey a vile name,
which the latter resented.
Several blows were exchanged and
in the scuffle the combatants fell to
the sidewalk. " Several men who wit
nessed the fight made an effort to sep
arate them and when they were gotten
on their feet it is said Arnold succeed
ed in getting his hand upon his revoiv
er,,which he drew from his hip pocket.
The muzzle was placed against the
body ot Bailey and two shots were
fired.
The bullets from a 38 caliber revolv
er took effect in the right side a few
inches below the arm-nit severing a
vital organ. Bailey fell to the ground
and expired in about a minute. His
flesh was badly burned by powder.
The unfortunate victim was picked
up and carried into a nearby store,
where a hasty examination revealed
the fact that death resulted almost in
stantly. After the shooting Arnold
made no effort to escape, and was
taken into custody by Chief of Police
D. J. Hughes and Deputy Sheriff John
Stewart. Both of the officers were
within half a block of the scene of the
killing when it occurred.
When locked up Arnold declined to
discuss the affair. It is said that he
had been drinking heavily during the
day and was greatly under the influ
ence of liquor when he fired the shot
that took the life of Bailey.
Reports from Cynthiana last night
and information gained from a number
ot people who were parsing through
Paris yesterday afternoon were to the
effect that feeling against the slayer
of Bailey is running very high and
owing to.the prominence of the dead
man it is feared an attempt may "be
made to lynch the prisoner.
The remains of Bailey were viewed
by Dr. Charles Swinford, Coroner of
Harrison county, and an inquest was
held the jury returning a verdict of
death due to a gunshot wound fired by
Newton Arnold. The body was taken
to an undertaking establishment where
it was prepared for burial.
Mr. Bailey was one of the most
prominent men of Harrison county.
He was aged about 4z years and tor a
number of years had been practicing
at the Harrison bar. Last fall he
made the race for Congress on the Re
publican ticket in the Ninth Congres
sional .district but was defeated by
Congressman Fields. He was one of
the most prominent members of the
Masonic or.ier in Kentucky and was
Past Grand Master and Past Grand
High Priest of the Kentucky Grand
Lodge.
Mr. Bailey was born at Colville,
near the Bourbon-Harrison line He
was unmarried and is survived by his
aged mother and three brothers.
Arnold, who is in jail, charged with
the crime, tenanted the farm of Mrs.
Nellie Highland on the Georgetown
pike, near this city. Before moving
ot Bourbon, he lived at Lair Station,
a tew miles JSouth iof Cvnthiana. He
is married and has several children.
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