Memories 4.24.2019

125 Years Friday, April 27, 1894 Out readers will please take notice that the arrangement with the Chicago Inter Ocean whereby we are enabled to furnish that paper with the…

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Memories 4.17.19

125 Years Friday, April 20, 1894 Last Sunday evening as Jake Ayers was driving down Main street in company with Miss Mary Keim, his horse became frightened at some boys…

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Memories 4.10.19

125 Years Friday, April 13, 1894 We were shown a letter from Will Sargent in which he states be arrived to San Francisco March 31 and sailed on the steamer…

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Memories, 4.3.2019

125 Years Friday, April 6, 1894 James Hagle, one of our former citizens, is at present located at Fremont Neb., and wishes to be remembered to all his old Sabetha…

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Memories 3.27.2019

125 Years Friday, March 30, 1894 We have been wondering why there was such a scramble to get on the city election board, but it is plain now. An exchange…

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Memories 3.20.19

125 Years Friday, March 23, 1894 The Sheriff was expected here today or tomorrow to publicly destroy the Updegraff and Thompson stock of liquors, but word has been received that…

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Photo from Yesteryear: Creamery Haulers

This photo of the cream and milk haulers for the Nemaha County Cooperative Creamery was taken between 1930 and 1950. These men hauled cream and milk from area farms to... Read More

Memories 3.13.2019

125 Years Friday, March 16, 1894 We learn that there is a misconception in some quarters of the merits of the controversy between the state insurance department and certain insurance…

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Memories: March 6, 2019

125 Years Friday, March 9, 1894 The Kansas City Star is a paper which above all things likes to be on the popular side. As a cuckoo organ it was…

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Memories 2.27.2019

125 Years Friday, March 2, 1894 It was reported on the street last week that Tom Ramsey’s gray mule had broken its neck. Upon inquiring into the matter we found…

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Spring 1938 Cow Show

Spring 1938 Cow ShowAlthough not politically correct by today's standards for a group of young women to have their picture taken and then for it to be labeled the “Cow... Read More

Memories 2.20.2019

125 Years Friday, February 23, 1894 The recent cold wave had no perceptible effect in the way of cooling off the factional fight at Centralia. Things got so warm last…

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Memories 2.13.2019

125 Years Friday, February 16, 1894 S.R. Vermillion sold his farm of 240 acres, four miles north of town, Tuesday, to Sam Keim, for $7,000. Mr. Keim will probably not…

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Photo from Yesteryear: Brougher family

This photo taken by Myrtle Brougher in the front yard of John and Myrtle’s farm house east of Sabetha on the North side of present-day 270th Street between Old U.S.... Read More

Memories 2.6.2019

125 Years Friday, February 9, 1894 The course of study recommended by the faculty of the state university has been adopted by the Centralia schools, and hereafter diplomas grants by…

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