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Schafer, N. D., Oct. 15.—While Carl Cryte and John Brice, living near Berg, were riding in an empty hayrack the former had his left hand partly blown off and his right arm and the lower part of his face punctured with shot as a result of the discharge of a shotgun they had taken along with which to shoot some chickens they had seen while returning with a load of hay on the trip previous to the one when the accident occurred.

He was rushed to Ray, and accompanied by his father, Ole Cryte who has a farm southwest of Berg, where the thumb and index finger were amputated and at last accounts he was as easy as could be expected, with the exception of the right arm where shot penetrated to a considerable depth.

Bowbells Tribune, 10/16/1914

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