The  Shelbyville  Daily  Democrat
Tuesday, November 17, 1896.
Page 4
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            A sad accident befell the lot of  Master Morris Marlow,  the seven year old son of  Mr. and Mrs. John Marlow, of Maplewood, yesterday afternoon at about 4:30 o'clock.  The little fellow was on his way home from school, and when near the Colescott st. school building climbed onto the wagon driven by  John Weaver,  who was engaged in hauling corn to the barn of his father, Nurseryman  H. C. Weaver.  In some manner the child got his left  lower limb fastened in a wheel of the vehicle, and before the driver could check his animal two revolutions of the wheel were made, with the child's limb fastened therein.  The result was that the limb was broken in two places, just below and above the knee cap.  The little sufferer was carried into the residence of the  Widow Brookbanks,  near by, and medical aid summoned.  After attending to the child's wants he was ten home, where he is resting as easy as could be expected.  Morris is a well-behaved, bright little fellow, and a favorite with all who know him, and Mr. and Mrs. Marlow have the sympathy of all in his misfortune.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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