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Dr. Clarence Folz of Omaha, who owns a farm southeast of Pine Bluffs, in Kimball County, claimed his brother George, who was renting the place, was demented and attempted to have him removed. George, while perhaps not a master mind, knew he had done some hard work and refused to go. The matter was settled the first of the week. George receives a share of the crop and moves from the farm.

Western Nebraska Observer (Kimball, NE) August 5th, 1920


Jim Busby was instantly killed and C.F. Meyers was seriously injured when the car they in which they were driving turned turtle north of Minatare. Both men live in Scottsbluff.

Bushnell Record (Bushnell, NE) July 24th, 1919


JOHN H. BAUER, a wealthy and respected farmer living ten miles from Plattsmouth, was the object of a murderous assault the other day by a number of men who work in the stone quarry near Louisville. His injuries may prove fatal. All the assailants were arrested.

The Harrison Journal (Harrison, NE) September 13th, 1888


1922

Grover White has been limping around with a mighty sore foot this week, as a result of sticking a pitchfork through it last Saturday.

The Goshen County Journal (Torrington, WY) November 19th, 1914

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