Headlines from the Past

Staff Writer

Kane Republican Headlines from the Week of Sept. 10, 1915

Dahoga Man Was Ground to Death at Wilcox Today- Oscar Lundberg Met Death While Trying to Board a Train- He Was Instantly Killed- Carrying a Number of Packages He Endeavored to Board the Passenger Train, Which Reaches Here at 12:30 and Fell Under Wheels

Oscar Lundbert, a woods jobber of Dahoga, who conducts a camp on Wolf Run, about two miles from that place, was ground to death under the wheels of passenger train No. 3 on the Pennsy at the Wilcox station, at noon, today.
The man had been at Wilcox, shopping, and was late in getting to the depot. He had a number of packages in his arms and in attempting to board the rear coach of the train, which was just leaving the depot, he slipped and fell under.

Dr. J.M. Heimbach Honored by State Homeopathists-Elected President of the Society at the Sessions Held at Buena Vista Springs, PA- Kane Physician Chosen for Higher Position after Serving Two Years as Vice President

Sudden Death of W.J. White, the Insurance Man-Expired at His Apartments in the McCrory Building Last Night. Death Due to Appoplexy. The Deceased Was on the Street at 5:30 O’Clock and in Less Than Five Hours Was a Corpse

Two Pipe Line Workers Fought to Save Money-Said that Local Toughs Tried to Rob Them in the Park Early Yesterday Morning. All Concerned were Intoxicated and Therefore the Facts Regarding the Melee Are Very Clear to the Police

Prominent Odd Fellows Coming Here Tomorrow-State Grand Master Jenkins, Accompanied by Other Grand Lodge Officers, to Visit the Local Lodge.