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At the fairgrounds last Friday afternoon, Mrs. W. E. Bay was thrown from a buggy and seriously injured. [Source: "Minster Home Light," (Minster, OH), Oct. 13, 1888; tr. by GT Transcription Team]

Ferd Boesche met with a painful accident at the foundry, by having smelted iron spilt over inner surface of right hand.  [Minster Home Light, Saturday, Sept 15, 1888]

Mrs. Eli Boyd escaped from the Toledo insane asylum four weeks ago, and has wandered since through Michigan and Ohio.  The fresh air and vegetable diet restored her mind, and she has returned to the friends who had given her up for dead. [Minster Home Light, Saturday, Sept 15, 1888]

Henry Brant, of Egypt, who has been on the sick list, is now convalescent. [Source: "Minster Home Light," Minster, OH, Sept. 8, 1888; tr. by GT Transcription Team]

It has been reported to the Board of Health that Chas. Davison's oldest son, Pearl, aged about eight years, is afflicted with the diphtheria, as is also a child of Mr. Kurtz. The proper steps have been taken to prevent the spread of the disease. - St. Marys Sentinel [Source: "Minster Home Light," (Minster, OH), Oct. 13, 1888; tr. by GT Transcription Team]

Peter Ehlers an old resident of Minster but now living near Sidney, on the Berlin pike, is very ill, suffering from obstruction of the bowels and peritonitis. [Source: "Minster Home Light," Minster, OH, Sept. 8, 1888; tr. by GT Transcription Team]

C.F. Herkenhoff was on the sick list the first of the week, but was able to attend to the wants of his customers by Wednesday. [Minster Home Light, Saturday, Sept 15, 1888]

St Marys -- Mrs. John Linkensdorfer is in St. Rita's hospital, Lima, suffering with a compound fracture of the right wrist. She received the injury when she was precipitated out of an automobile in which she was riding due to the catch of the door not having been securely fastened. One of the bones protruded thru the flesh, making the injury a very painful one. [Lima News, November 4, 1930]

A five year old son of J. A. Potsdam near New Bremen, was bitten and seriously injured by a vicious dog on Friday last. [Source: "Minster Home Light," (Minster, OH), Oct. 13, 1888; tr. by GT Transcription Team]

Miss Minnie Pugh, residing on N. Front street, was seriously burned Tuesday morning by falling backwards across her cooking stove. She was unconscious at the time, also alone. The upper part of her body was terribly burned, destroying her hair and the right side of her face. She cannot live. [The Lima News, Jan. 4, 1929]

Yes We Know How it Is
Mrs. Chris Schlegel met with a painful accident Monday while milking.  She bent over on the wrong side and put her arm out of place.  We all know that didn't feel very good.  Wapakoneta, O. News  [The Day Book. (Chicago, Ill.), 08 May 1916]

Jos. Schmeider had his hand so badly bruised by a block falling on it while at Findlay working in a spoke factory, that he returned home Tuesday. [Minster Home Light, Saturday morning, Sept 1, 1888]

Minster - While Bob Schneider was engaged in repairing his automobile, he was overcome by gas, escaping from his car, and found in an unconscious condition in his garage by members of his family. The immediate aid of a physician alone saved his life. [Lima News, Jan 10, 1920]

Bobbie Walters, 3, leaned too far out of a second story window at the home of his parents, Mr. & Mrs. Emory Walters in Wayne township, and fell to the ground 12 feet below. The child was uninjured. [Unknown newspaper, Jan 3, 1920]

Mrs. Mary Ward has been on the sick list the past week. [Source: "Minster Home Light," (Minster, OH), Oct. 13, 1888; tr. by GT Transcription Team]

William Webb of near Waynesfield, had part of his left hand torn off in a corn shredder as he was attempting to dislodge an obstruction. [Unknown newspaper, Jan 3, 1920]





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