The following unidentified newspaper article was found in a scrapbook owned by Betty Burton of Lowell:
Saturday last Mrs. Ellis Sargeant was taking her husband's dinner to him near Sanger's corners and their little six year old son Grant got into the buggy to accompany her. By some means, unknown to the mother, the little fellow was jerked out just west of the bridge that spans Spring Run. His mother did not see him fall and did not miss him until she stopped at Oren Thomas' some 30 or 40 rods from where he fell out. In falling he lighted on his head on the stone road, tearing the scalp off from the front part of his head to the back part. The piece of scalp thus loosened was about the size of a man's hand. The little fellow was taken home and Dr. Davis called. Anesthetics were administered and the ugly wound dressed. He is getting along nicely.