W. Walter Huff
. . . a of WALTER W, HUFF OF CLINTON Had Been in Employ of I. Railroad Many Years; Retired Jan. 1 (Hlircliil to The H e mld) CLINTON, Feb. 15.--Walter TV. Huff, 810 JVeat Adams street, died liia home at C:dO o'clock Monday evening after an Illness covering a period of two years. He was about 50 years of age. Complications were responsible for lr. Huff's death. Ho was under treatment in the Illinois Central hospital for a year, but came home months ago, able to go about town. Jjdst week he hud a relapse. Air. H u f f pnsued moat of his this rommunitj-, and was highly respected respected by all who knew him. He leaves his widow and three children. Marion, Gloria and Lawrence. He was night despatcher for the Illinois Central for m a n y years. He Jan. 1, and was succeeded by H. Jlucon.