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130 0 $a Weekly reporter (Indianola, Neb.)
245 14 $a The weekly reporter.
260 $a Indianola, Neb. : $b L.S. Phillips
300 $a volumes
310 $a Weekly
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362 1 $a Ceased with Sept. 7, 1900 issue.
588 $a Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 7 (Apr. 24, 1896).
533 $a Microfilm. $m Apr. 24,1896-July 22, 1898:[Gaps] $b Lincoln, Neb. : $c Nebraska State Historical Society, $d 1974. $e 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.
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651 0 $a Red Willow County (Neb.) $v Newspapers.
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