Memories

Memories 5.24.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, May 20, 1892 The storm, Monday night, also caught the Grand Island at Fairbury where wash outs delayed the night train going each over five hours…

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Memories 5.17.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, May 13, 1892 Awhile ago the Topeka Capital and other machine papers were loud in their complaints of Ingalls’ silence during the last campaign. Will those…

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Memories – 5.10.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, May 6, 1892 The Rock Island railroad furnished a special train to our cattle men last Sunday morning, which left here about 5 a.m. and ran…

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Photos from Yesteryear: Sycamore Springs

 

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Memories 5.3.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, April 29, 1892 About seventy Odd Fellows and Rebekahs went from here to Horton, Tuesday. The boys all unite in praising their entertainers and eulogising the…

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Memories 4.19.17

125 Years Ago Friday, April 15, 1892 The opposition of the Sabetha Herald to Major Morrill dates back to his failure when congressman to make that newspaper postmaster. This really…

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Memories 4.26.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, April 22, 1892 The Hiawatha World is at its old tricks copying from The Herald and crediting the extracts to the Sabetha Republican. Someone over there…

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Memories 4.12.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, April 8, 1892 It is an encouraging sign in Kansas to note the absence of the foolish resubmission cry that has distinguished the Democratic part of…

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Memories

125 Years Ago Friday, April 1, 1892 Mr. Morrill went into the army poor and came out rich. He has been getting richer ever since. Mr. Morrill did not serve…

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Memories, March 29, 2017

125 Years Ago Friday, March 25, 1892 Opinion—The match trust has gone to pieces. That is one good thing about trusts, their tendency to go to pieces. While the legislators…

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Memories 3.22.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, March 18, 1892 Weather to suit everybody last week. First an all day’s rain, second snow, third sunshine and slush, fourth two days’ shivering shakers from…

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Memories 3.15.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, March 11, 1892 Mary Nevins Blaine, not satisfied with marrying young Jim when he was seventeen years old, now seems determined to engage in a personal…

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Memories 3.8.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, March 4, 1892 At the Baptist Church—Sunday morning March 6, a memorial service. Lessons from the life of Rev. Charles H. Spurgeon. The life of a…

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Memories 3.1.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, February 26, 1892 It will soon be too late to obtain one of Uncle Sam’s free farms. Oklahoma offers almost the last chance for the farmer…

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Memories 12.22.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, February 19, 1892 Yes, my son, the paper bills all have to be paid in cash, and so do the printers. When you let your paper…

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