The Morning Herald
The Morning Herald
Contributed by Gigimo

Description: Told of His Wounds Too Late.

Date: December 12 1900

Newspaper published in: Omaha, NE

Page/Column: 2/3

Henderson, Ky., Dec. 11.--With a bullet hole and knife wound in his back, Link MCCHELL for one week continued at his work without ever receiving medical attention for making known his wounds.

On Sunday last he was compelled to call a doctor and make an ante-mortem statement, saying that he had been shot and stabbed by Will OFFUTT, at Weaverton, one week previous, the trouble being about a woman.

MCCHELL died Sunday evening about the same hour that
OFFUTT was arrested.

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