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The Evening Star (DC)
The Evening Star (DC)
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Description: Dynamite Killed Three – One More May Die

Date: November 19 1903

Newspaper published in: Washington, DC


Page/Column: Page 7, Column 2

Another Person Was Injured
So Badly He Will Die
KALKASKA, Mich., November 19.— By an explosion of dynamite in a burning store at Sharon, sixteen miles from here, today, these men were killed:
Roy Dimes, blacksmith.
August Wanglan, scaler.
William Sharp, night watchman.
George McClellan was injured so badly that he will likely die.

Submitted: 05/28/20

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