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RAILROAD ARTICLES (Italians eat supper ...)

RECIPES - 1877 - thanks muches to Jerry Turner for this great find

REYNOLDS, Harris - stroke -- Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal, Crawfordsville 22 Feb 1895 p 1 --
Yesterday at an early hour Harris Reynolds suffered a severe stroke of paralysis at his home just north of the city. He has been a feeble health for some time and his condition is now considered serious.

ROBERTSON, Lane (horse stealing - see Stephen Allen

ROLL, Mary - Source: Crawfordsville Weekly Journal Friday, 3 April 1896
A letter was recently received here from Mary Roll, of Dakota. Aunt Polly, as she is usually called, is in her 96th year, having been born at Dayton, O., in October, 1899. She has good health and says she can get around about as well as any of the younger tribe. She came here at an early day with her husband, who died about 65 years ago. They were charter members of Pleasant Hill Christian Church in 1828. She went to Dakota with her children a number of years ago.

RUFFNER - BURGESS - show tent -- and also this article Source: Crawfordsville Daily Journal 21 April 1892 p 3
A very extraordinary and entertaining entertainment was given here (Alamo) by Frank Ruffner Tuesday night. He hails from near Crawfordsville and is fairly at home behind the foot lights as a ventriloquist and rapid dancer of the “highland fling” order. He travels and buys numerous articles preparatory to making a “speck” at the city market at the close of the week. His drawing business is his evening show.  

Source: Crawfordsville Review 14 May 1892 p 8
Frank Ruffner, a ventriloquist, gave an entertainment at the opera house one night last week, to a large audience. Everybody was well pleased with the show.  

RUNYANS - arsenic in cake

RURAL Mail Carrier - unknown found in the Holbrook, Arizona Argus Jan 6, 1900 -- in an article about the US Free mail system

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