The Summons Came


Genoa, N. D., Feb 14.—D. R. Fulton, 45, resident of this section for 15 years, was killed by Great Northern Train No. 3 early yesterday afternoon at Genoa crossing. His engine stalled on the tracks and Fulton was bent over it, making adjustment and did not see the train coming. Fulton and the car were carried some four or five rods. He lived forty minutes but was not conscious. His wife survives.

Grand Forks Herald, 2/14/1921

Takes His Own Life Near Depot At Minot

Minot, Feb. 14—The remains of Henry D. Eddleston, who committed suicide near the Great Northern Railroad depot Saturday afternoon while train No. 3, a coast train was standing in the yard, will be shipped to Fall River, Mass., where a sister, Mrs. T. Garlick, resides. Word was received by Chief McDonald yesterday from the sister who have directions as to the kind of coffin to be used but gave no information as to why Eddleston ended his life.

Coroner R. W. Pence will conduct an inquest today. Pullman coupons found in Eddleston's clothes indicated that he had gone from Seattle to Willmar, Minn., and was en route back to Seattle when he ended his life in Minot.

Grand Forks Herald, 2/14/1921

Aunt Elizabeth Brown

Posted 02/13/2016