Willie Outlaw, a fourteen year old lad, met an accidental death while playing baseball at Cassatt station last Friday afternoon, August 22, 1913. Outlaw and DeBruhl, a companion, were chasing a ball when they had a collision and Outlaw was thrown violently against a railroad iron, fracturing his skull. He lived only a short while after the accident. Coroner Dixon held an inquest over the remains and the verdict was in accordance with the fact stated above. The affair was entirely accident and is greatly regretted by all. Outlaw was the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Outlaw. The funeral and interment was held at Sandy Grove church, near Cassatt.