(Date Unknown - February 2, 1937)
The Lusk Herald
February 4, 1937
Old-Time Resident of Harrison Shoots Self, Tuesday A.M.
Milo Corbin, 60 Years Old, Rancher East of Harrison, Takes Life in Front of Bank Building
Milo Corbin, 60 years old, rancher east of Harrison, Neb., who had resided in that community for many years, committed suicide in front of the Sioux National Bank at Harrison, by shooting himself in the head with a revolver.
Corbin, it was learned here, had been acting queerly for some time, and it is presumed by close acquaintances that he had become a fanatic on religion, unbalancing his mind. This was the only cause advanced for his act.
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