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1892Jud Clark, Fairbury City Marshall, appeared in a brand-new uniform.McLucas Bros. shipped 125 head of cattle to market that averaged 1,400 pounds and brought $4.40 a hundred pounds.Mr. Chabbuck of Omaha told the Fairbury City Council he planned to install an electric system here, and would provide 14 arc street lights for $10 each per month. The rate for individuals was to be $1 a month for the first incandescent light, 90 cents per month for each one afterward, to a minimum per bulb of 15 cents. Current for street lights and homes would be supplied evenings and nights only, no power for other conveniences would be available.1902Over nine...


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