Caddo Herald, May 27, 1921
Sunday evening about 10 o’clock Mrs. Calvin Wright was accidentally shot with a .38 pistol in the hands of Homer Keith at the home of the latter. The ball passed between two fingers of the left hand, cutting a part of the middle and ring finger severely and slightly injuring the thumb. It also passed through the right leg just above the knee making a severe but not dangerous wound, as no bones were touched.
Medical attention was soon summoned, and Mrs. Wright is getting along nicely.
Mr. Keith is almost prostrated over the accident, he regretting it as much as anybody could.
It seems that Mrs. Wright heard a noise among her chickens at the back and went to see about them. She decided she needed some assistance and first went to D. Craghead’s next door, but couldn’t wake him. She then went to Keith’s and called him softly from the front porch. In suddenly awaking Homer secured his gun from a trunk close to this bed and without any will on his part, and before he was fully awake, the gun fired, the ball going through the glass of the front window, and striking Mrs. Wright as above stated.