1907 Benjamin Beair is hero

Stops badly injured horse from causing more damage to carriage passengers.

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1907 Benjamin Beair is hero - it in It HORST FRIGHTENS AT BICYCLIST. Animal...
it in It HORST FRIGHTENS AT BICYCLIST. Animal is Badly Injured arid Boys Have Narrow Escape in Runaway at Paintersville. Clarence Musseter, 16, and Clyde Reynolds, 14, sons of William William Musseter and Charles C. Reynolds, of Paintersville, narrowly narrowly escaped serious injury at noon Sunday, when the horse they were driving frightened at a bicyclist, and Both lads were thrown from the vehicle, which was overturned in a ditch. Mus­ seter was painfully bruised about the body, but his companion was uninjured. A section of broken shaft from the vehicle penetrated eleven inches between the forelegs forelegs into the breast of the frightened frightened horse, which plunged madly madly about the streets of Paintersville Paintersville before it was caught by Benjamin Beair. The boys were returning to their homes from Sunday school in a rig owned by the Musseter lad, when the horse frightened. As the vehicle was overturned in the ditch, the rearing of the horse righted it, but the top was finally torn loose and the shafts broken. With the broken sections sections of the shafts and harness dangling from it and suffering from the wound in its breast, the horse ran madly until its flight was finally stopped by Beair. It is feared that the animal may have to be killed. to of a be

Clipped from Xenia Daily Gazette29 Apr 1907, MonPage 8

Xenia Daily Gazette (Xenia, Ohio)29 Apr 1907, MonPage 8
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  • 1907 Benjamin Beair is hero — Stops badly injured horse from causing more damage to carriage passengers.

    cuiblemorgan – 25 Nov 2016

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