Beginning publication in August 1869, the Buffalo Reflex promised to “labor with untiring zeal to induce the emigrant to settle in our midst, to develop the vast resources of the county, to build up schools, and do what we can towards securing to the people of Dallas county a Railroad.” Featuring poetry and stories—along with market, agricultural, local, and national news—the Reflex grew to an eight-page paper in 1870. Although it changed hands and politics often over the years, the Reflex maintained its presence in Buffalo.
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