Boating On The River

Tuesday afternoon, as W. D. Conner, a farmer living about 12 miles north of town, was driving out with a load of lumber, his team suddenly took fright near the Bellegarde bridge. He was dislodged from his seat in attempting to hold the horses in and was thrown heavily to the ground, sustaining serious injuries. He was picked up by a passerby and brought to the city and placed in the hospital, where he is recovering under the care of Dr. Ruger. One of his ears was torn off, his head severely lacerated and an arm broken in the accident, besides sustainging {sp} many body injuries. Although in a painful condition, he will recover.

Devils Lake Inter-Ocean, 8/10/1900

Desert Baby

Posted 08/10/2015