Mark Moler Returns-1904
MOLER, GAUSE, YOUNG
Posted By: cheryl Locher moonen (email)
Date: 11/4/2019 at 12:59:41
Evening Times-Republican, Thursday, Jul 07, 1904, Marshalltown, IA, Page: 7
Mark Moler Returns
Absent For Almost a Month, He
Reaches the City Today
Mark Moler, who disappeared June 13, returned this morning in apparently good health, but from his actions his mental condition is not apparently of the best. Deputy Sherriff Gause met Mr. Moler on the central southbound passenger this morning, when he boarded the train at Liscomb. Mr. Moler did not at first recognize him, although they are old friends, and could not recall who he was until he had been told. When questioned as to where he had been he did not seem to know, but said he had been searching for his two sons. From Conductor Young it was learned that he had boarded the train at Gifford, and had a ticket for Albion. He was induced to accompany the officer to this city; his family notified and came after him. Mr. Moler is not at all violent and no cause can be assigned for his peculiar actions.
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