125 Years Ago
Farmer Caught in Harvester
July 15, 2021
Herald of April 30, 1896
Fred Martin, adopted son of Christ Martin, living near Peck Station, was driving a harvesting machine when the horses ran off and he was thrown into the gearing of the machine. His right arm was badly injured, part of the flesh torn off the bone, and the young man was severely bruised about the body. Dr. Fox of Roaring Spring says he will recover.
The coal office of Skyles, Miller & Co. had two pet white rats as tame as a pair of kittens.
Louis Garber broke ground for a new residence on Park Avenue, Roaring Spring.
A Musical program was scheduled at the Reformed Ch...