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In Years Past

February 14, 2014
The Post-Journal

In 1914, some time early in the morning the office of the Falconer Milling Company was burglarized. The two burglars, for it was thought this was the number, judging from the tracks which had not been entirely covered with snow, gained entrance to the office by smashing in two panes of glass in a window which faced the D.A.V. & P.R.R. and then removed the part of the sash between with a jack knife. Having gained entrance, the burglars ransacked the cash drawer which they opened with a piece of iron and secured $5 from the safe which was always left open.



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