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100 YEARS AGO Oct. 5, 1913 LAFAYETTE, Ind. — One of the finest equipped trains ever sent out of St. Louis is that of the Wabash Railroad carrying to the national meeting of the bankers at Boston, the bankers of Arkansas and Missouri. The equipment consisted of seven steel cars and a diner. In crossing Illinois and Indiana, a speed of a mile a minute was attained. W.L. Woods of ...

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  • Publication: Arkansas, Pages 16 on 10/05/2013
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