Harry Hook, a young man from Zeno, O., was accidentally killed by being struck on the side by the wheel of a steam threshing engine near Lidgerwood
. It appears that he was riding on the tender
attached to the engine. The engine had just ascended a grade when some part of the gearing broke and the engine raced to the bottom. He jumped and was struck by one of the wheels. Death followed instantly. He was 22 years old.
Hankinson News, 10/11/1906