Bloomington (Monroe County, Indiana) Evening World, June 20, 1903, p. 4.
Martinsville Reporter: "Henry Huff, of Monroe county, was in the south part
of the county yesterday in pursuit of two young men who drove a sorrel horse
to a buggy and had passed through that part of Morgan a few hours before.
They were wanted for having robbed the home of Jane Huff, about seven miles
this side of Bloomington, Tuesday afternoon. They secured about $35 worth of
valuables. A short distance this side of the house, where the horse had
stood, were found five pair of pants and three coats, all good, but none of
which had been taken from the Huff residence.
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