|m.(2) Eva Ruth Moore|
Salem News March 12, 1896
A Serious Accident
James Bunker, of Jackson township, mounted one of his horses and rode away from home to attend the Garretson sale last week. On his way and near the home of his uncle, Bill Collins, he guided his horse to oneside of the road, when by a mis-step the horse fell with the rider to the ground, breaking both bones of his limb between the knee and ankle. He called for help for some time after the accident, but his uncle, hearing the screams thought it was some boys, gave it no attention. As the calls continued and seemed to be near, he finally concluded to go and findout what it meant. On discovering his nephew in such a helpless condition, had him removed to the house, where he received medical attention and is now getting along as well as could be expected.
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