The Caddo Herald
October 7, 1932
Raymond Hurley, aged 15, was instantly killed by the accidental discharge of a .410 shotgun in the hands of his schoolmate J. T. Porter, aged 16, at the home of the former in Calera late Tuesday. The two boys were preparing to go hunting and believing the gun was empty, young Porter began to clean the weapon when it discharged. Hurley was shot through the breast to the right of his heart and died instantly. Porter was not held for the killing; an investigation disclosing the utter lack of any intent.