While trying to put on a belt at the Harvey
mill last Saturday morning, E. J. McGlenn had a very narrow escape from death. He had reached up to place a belt on a pillow on a set screw on the counter shaft, which runs the feed mill and he was drawn up and whirled around the shaft several times before the material in his coat gave way and allowed him to drop to the floor. He was badly bruised but not seriously injured.
Bismarck Tribune, 3/30/1900