Enraged at Being Jilted by Prospective Ninth Wife – York Begins Shooting
Nashville, Jan. 28 — K. P. York, a Tipton County farmer, arrived at Covington today with his six children for the purpose of marrying Mrs. Pimm. The woman told him when they met that she had changed her mind. York began shooting indiscriminately. He shot Mrs. Pimm in the face, and shot and wounded her two nephews severely. He was arrested. He had been married eight times, six of his wives were divorced.
(The Fort Worth Register, Wednesday Morning, January 29, 1902)