From Monday's Daily- Crookston Times Saturday August 28, 1909
Beginning today a change goes into effect in connection with the Warroad and St. Vincent runs on the passenger trains. The St. Vincent train crew makes the round trip, leaving Crookston for Fargo this evening and making the circuit and then laying off here for 24 hours. Conductor Byrnes and Brakeman Gorder make the first trip. Conductor Cooke is the other conductor on the St. Vincent run. However, Conductors Clarke and Remshardt have rights over Cooke and may come over to take his run. Conductors Miller and Keeley are on the Warroad run which will end here instead of at Fargo.
Source: Crookston Times Saturday August 28, 1909
Submitter: Brenda G.
Posted by: Shirley Dorgan, 2002
Updated April 20, 2015, K. Kittleson