Aberdeen American (15 Aug. 1908) transcribed by FoFG MZ
Kadoka, Aug. 14. – Henry Fratzke of Conata was so badly injured in a railroad accident at Interior that he died the next day. It being very dark, Fratzke failed to see that the train had started and the big drive-wheel bore down upon him, cutting the flesh away from his side as smoothly as though done with a knife. There was no physician at Interior and the loss of blood was so great that he died the following day.