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In Years Past

January 27, 2014
The Post-Journal

In 1914, Herman Sixbey, a well known Mayville merchant and prominent G. A. R. man, suffered a severe fall while waiting on a customer in his store at Mayville shortly before noon this day. He had stepped upon a chair to get some article down from a high shelf, when he slipped and fell striking on his side on a corner of the counter. The fall rendered him unconscious. Dr. Prendergast was called and Mr. Sixbey was taken home. In the afternoon he was somewhat easier but there were indications of serious internal injuries. Mr. Sixbey's friends were greatly alarmed over his injury.

 
 
 

 

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