Bloomington (IN) Weekly Courier
January 19, 1923
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Mrs. Elizabeth Dunihue of Bedford is in an alarming condition from blood poisoning the result of a bruise on one of her feet five days ago. Her daughter, Mrs. Robert Fisher, wife of a Monon engineer, has been called from Lafayette by telegraph to the bedside of her mother.



The appointment of W. L. Adamson as Bedford manager of the Western Union Telegraph Company has been confirmed by District Commercial Manager S. V. King who is there making the change.

Adamson, who is now manager of the Washington office will probably begin his duties in Bedford Tuesday. He has a host of friends here who will be pleased to hear of his good fortune. He was formerly night manager here and was married to Miss Esther Constable, a Bloomington girl.



John Hackett, 65 years old, former Democratic candidate for mayor of Bedford at the late election, died Saturday following an illness from Bright's disease. For a lifetime he had held an important position with both the Monon and Southeastern railroads as general foreman of sections difficult to read). A brother, Conductor Mike Hackett of the Monon of Louisville, his wife and several children survive. He was prominent in lodge circles. He was married in 1877 to Miss Agnes Higgins of Bloomington.

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