Farmer's Wife is Kicked By Horse
MANNING, June 26—The wife of Mack Tkachenko, living west of Fayette, was kicked by a horse, which she was trying to lead to water, and suffered injuries from which she died the following day as soon after the accident as possible. Dr. Smith was called and found her suffering agony from the blow of the animal's hoofs in the abdomen. An operation was necessary and Dr. Perkins of Dickinson was called, but she survived the operation only a short time.
Mrs. Tkanchenko was about thirty years of age and leaves a family of five little boys.
The Bismarck Daily Tribune, 6-26-1911