A. B. McLaughlin had the misfortune of losing his automobile by fire last Friday. He was driving along near Belfour {sp} when all at once he discovered his car was in a blaze, the fire originating from an overheated exhaust pipe. Help was secured but it took over an hour to extinguish the flames as they spread to the fields and threatened considerable damage before they were extinguished. A small amount of insurance was carried on the car.

Hope Pioneer, 10/7/1920

A Dull Knife

Posted 10/07/2015