Bio: Mack, Nicholas (1899)

Contact:  Janet
Email:  stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

----Source: Clark Co. Press, Aug. 1899

Runaway Horses

A very serious runaway of horses happened at the farm of Nicholas Mack, near Loyal, last Sunday. The team hitched to the grain binder became frightened of something and ran into the road with the binder in gear, running at lightning speed. The binder sickle caught a cow that was standing in the road and severely cut one of it legs. The team turned into the farm yard, stopping there with no further damage done except a badly wrecked binder.

 

 


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