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THE JOUMUJU VoL St. No.
FLORA. ILUNOIS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16. 1923
TWA 0OYS KILLED BY UGiiTNING
Tharaday - MorBl)4t*a at Hoiae Nortkei^ of Riaard
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TharadiV morntng .^ dnring the and rain stona whieh OTer this section, lightning straak and kUIed a tS-rear-oU bob oC Ohas. Headerson, and ahoehed his ^reaJH>ld son. A soa of Ran Trotr Mr, aged abont IS, who was Tlsttiag tka Henderaon boys, was also klUed. ...tba tbree barn were on the Bmi> MrsM poreh Tritea ibe bolt ot Hght- afaig came. Th^ Uvo on Big Ba draok, aboat tOar mMaa aoitiieaat of Bteard, In 'Wayaa aoantf, near 3or- Aam school house. ''
. Thnrsday we ti^lked to Ift. Jenrls, of Cttlngham, dlst. supt of tha hard Tomt work, aad be asyiS:tiMr are still Agar lag oat ths bids atado August Sth on the brMgM and grading east and west of flora on the Midland 3SlI.
,tba Zlmerly Bridge Co. ot Parts, had the low hid oa the two bridges vast of town and ths one east, the bii for the three being |tt,600.
Maaford frasier of LiOUlaTllle, was low bidder on tke heaTy grading aast of town, and Henry Althoff of Teutopolls, low bidder