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Vivian Combs Moon 27 Mar 2006
Source:
Middletown News-Signal, Middletown, Ohio, Tuesday, January 31, 1911
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TURTLECREEK HORSE RANGERS FOLLOW TRAIL OF BURGLARS

Burglars entered the smoke house of Buss Thompson, residing west of Lebanon on the Hamilton road, Saturday night and made away with hides valued at $50. In the stolen property were fourteen polecat skins and two opossum skins. The Turtlecreek township horse rangers were notified and a thorough search was made. Tracks in the mud were followed for ten miles across the county terminating at the interurban traction line at a point near the outskirts of Mason. Two Lebanon characters are suspected and arrested may follow at any time.


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