Charles Hart

BUSHNELL — One day recently Charles Hart, a young man who lives just across Spoon river, east of Checkerowe, was unloading some wood when a stick slipped and struck him on one side of the head. The hurt did not seem to be very serious, and he did up his evening’s work and was about as usual until bed time. But when he went to sleep it was discovered that something was wrong. Efforts to rouse him to consciousness were without avail, and he died before morning. He had been married but a few months.


Published in the Astoria Argus on 3/22/1894

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