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Thursday, May 14, 1891 Oelwein, Iowa
The wolf was feared. Farms were scattered over the plain, and the barnyards were robbed of ewes and pigs; belated wayfarers were attacked, and sometimes even a child was carried away. This story is about an African American chased by a pack of wolves. He entered a hut and climbed the beams to the roof. The wolves broke down the door and howled in anger at his escape. He was stuck on the roof until help arrived.
Iowa State Reporter
Thursday, April 19, 1894 Waterloo, Iowa
Mr. King suddenly found himself surrounded by a pack of between forty and fifty gray wolves. They thought they "Had him foul, and would lunch at his expense": but they made one slight mistake. Instead of being- armed only with an ax as they supposed, he had a good repeating rifle and plenty of cartridges.
That attacked last for a ˝ hour. In the end 16 wolves laid dead. If not for his rifle he would surely have been lunch for such a large pack. This happened in British Columbia.
THE TIMES-DEMOCRAT. LDtŁ OHIO
SEOUL. Korea, June 19, 1916
This havoc was wrought by tigers, leopards, bears and Korean wolves, but it was the wolf, according to official statistics, that did the greatest amount of harm. It is estimated that these ferocious creatures slew 113 persons and injured 50 besides killing or Injuring 517 cattle and 1519 other domestic animals.
Unarmed peasants are easy targets for bloodthirsty wolves. This is the plan for America. First, build up the wolf numbers so high hunting is closed. Once hunting is closed off then disarm the people. The results; slaughter by wolves in the hundreds for the people. It is a fact. Wolves only understand one language kill or be killed.
Attacked by Wolves
The Marshfield Times
Friday, December 23, 1898 Marshfield, Wisconsin
Charles Dix. A boy 10 years old, residing near Kohl's mill, in the the town of Rock, was attacked by two wolves one day last week, while walking along the main road. One of the wolves made several savage attacks' at him, but he succeeded in getting away without serious injury, although his clothes were badly torn in the struggle. The other wolf devolved his attention to a dog which the boy had with him, and a lively fight ensued.
Galveston Daily News,
The Sunday, July 16, 1876 Galveston, Texas
A large she wolf of the Lovro variety came bounding directly at him from the den. He fired and killed the beast; but there emerged eight half-grown wolves from the den, and at once attacked him with great furor. He seized a lire oak limb and helped upon his defense. The wolves were now all around him snapping and snarling. In a few moments four of his assailants were killed, and the remainder, having all received more or less injury, took to their heels.
WOLVES ATTACK THE ITALIAN AUTO TEAM
The Saturday, March 21, 1908 Hamilton, Ohio
Drivers of Zust Auto Car was beset by Animals. The Italian Auto Team was FORCED TO USE FIRE ARMS TO SAVE THEIR LIVES. First they tried the Horn and then they used the lights to repel the beasts. They slew twenty 20 large timber wolves. The race was from New York to Paris.
Slew 11 Wolves Before Pack Devoured Him
Monday, April 17, 1922 Appleton, Wisconsin
By United Press Leased "Wire"
Winnipeg—A special dispatch from Manigotogan, Manitoba, says: Torn to shreds by timber wolves, the remains of the body of Ben Cochrum? A trapper, was found north of Fisher river on Lake Winnipeg, a few days ago. According to information which has just reached here. All that remained to tell of this grim northland tragedy were the trapper's bones, pieces of clothing and a rifle with a broken stock, which were scattered over a considerable distance, but the bones of eleven huge timber wolves which were found near the spot where Cochrane had been attacked, bore testimony of the unfortunate man's fierce struggle for life against overwhelming odds. Seven had been shot and four had been clubbed to death. Only when his rifle stock smashed did the trapper 'apparently, cense to fight, and the pack bearing down upon him, tore his body to shreds.
Daily Free Press
Tuesday, January 06, 1880 Eau Claire, Wisconsin
The woods of Wisconsin are full of wolves, and they are being jostled over the line onto, Minnesota, where they, are destroying domestic animals and scaring our pastoral population. One large timber wolf, in the absence of mutton, attacked a Washington county farmer the other day, and for a time it was doubtful which of the two would surrender. The farmer, however, slew the brute, after having been considerably damaged himself.
ATTACKED BY WOLVES
Fort Wayne Journal-Gazette
Tuesday, December 28, 1909 Fort Wayne, Indiana
Pack of eight timber wolves attacked Henry Lundi and his horses today while he was driving in the woods. The wolves first attacked the horses severely biting them and then tried to leap into the sleigh. Lund fought desperately the attacking of the wolves, a heavy whip and his horses bleeding and exhausted from a long gallop through the heavy woods, raced to reach a clearing where the wolves were frightened off.
WOLVES ATE WOODSMAN
Waterloo Evening Courier
Friday, March 4, 1910 Waterloo, Iowa
Sprinirfipld, Mo., March 4—James Smith, a woodsman, was eaten by wolves In the woods near Ally after fighting a desperate battle for his life. The wolves attacked him while he was alone, awaiting the return of a brother. When the latter returned he found his brother's bones. In the center of a circle of five, dead wolves, while an empty repeating rifle showed that, he had been overpowered before be could reload the weapon.
Attacked by Wolf Pack
Cedar Rapids Tribune
Friday, November 08, 1912 Cedar Rapids, Iowa
The timely arrival of a freight train, Prospect saved the Northern Alabama railroad station agent from wolves. A pack of the wolves surrounded the little lenol in the night and drove the agent inside, where he barricaded windows and doors. He shot two of the animals when they tried to Jump through the window. The train scared the pack away.
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