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10.19.22

1922Taken to court after they failed to shave a railroad strike-breaker. Charles Vestal and David Stowne, Fairbury barbers, were fined $25 each.John Monroe received an average of $30 a head at his hog herd reduction sale.Ford prices, f.o.b. Detroit, were reduced to $295 for a touring car. It was $323 with demountable rims, and $393 with rims and starter.1926Heavy rainfall in September and early October following a severe summer drought, had brought an abundance of fall feed for livestock. Even so, said The Fairbury Journal, alfalfa hay was selling for $18 to $22 a ton. Butterfat was bringing 41 cents a pound.1932Nothing much came of a propos...

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