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Friday, September 11, 1903
SAD ACCIDENT AT CAMBRIDGE
Young Man Meets Instant Death As Result of Big Log Rolling Over Him
Earl Willoughby, a young man about 20 years of age, was killed at Fuller Bros. Sawmill,
about twelve miles from Cambridge, Sunday morning.
The young man was engaged in banking saw logs with a team when the fatal accident
occurred. He had piled up a large number of logs when suddenly they began rolling. He
attempted to get out of the way, but a large heavy log caught him and he fell, and the log
rolled over him. His head was crushed and limbs broken and bruised. Death was almost
The unfortunate young man was a son of Rev. J. M. Willoughby, of Cambridge, an Adventist
minister. He was universally respected for his many good qualities.
The remains were interred in the Cambridge cemetery yesterday. – Weiser Signal.
Rev. Willoughby, the father of the young man, is the minister who recently held a series
of Adventist meetings in Payette in the large tent.