Thursday of last week a team belonging to Arthur Smith became frightened on the hill south of town and ran away as they turned the corner at the Acme Garage. Mr. Smith was thrown from the wagon, striking on his head, but miraculously escaping with only a few bruises. The team ran to the home of J. W. Smith and were caught. One of the horses was so severely injured that it had to be killed.—Bushnell Record.
The Telegraph (Sidney, NE) Friday, October 6th, 1922