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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Memories 1.30.2019

125 Years Friday, February 2, 1894 Cyrus Babst, who lives near Sycamore Springs met with an accident Monday night, which resulted in a broken arm. He came over from Morrill…

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Memories 1.23.2019

125 Years Friday, January 26, 1894 The grumbling of the ice men and coal men has given place to smiles of the broadest kind. When Kansas determines on a change,…

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Hustle and Bustle on Sabetha’s Main Street in 1910

This is a view looking east from the intersection of Main and 11th Streets of Sabetha in 1910. Read More

Memories 1.16.2019

125 Years Friday, January 19, 1894 Having sold my stock of goods to Mr. H. A. Francke, I wish to thank the public for the liberal patronage I have received,…

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Memories 1.9.19

125 Years Friday, January 12, 1894 The Seneca Tribune and Republican-Herald of Sabetha, were appointed the official papers of Nemaha county for 1894, and each receives twenty-five per cent of…

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Willis Barn is raised in 1900


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Memories 1.2.2019

125 Years Friday, January 5, 1894 Our industrious young councilman, W.B. Deaver, received a an elegant New Years present in the shape of a brand new bouncing baby girl, which…

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Memories 12.26.2018

125 Years ago Friday, December 29, 1893 The Surprise store has many kinds of goods of small quantities which can be bought at a very low price. I wish to…

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Memories 12.19.2018

125 Years ago Friday, December 22, 1893 The heaviest loss of hogs from cholera we have heard of is by Kit Martin, of Comet, who lost 220 head. Comet is…

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Memories 12.12.18

125 Years ago Friday, December 15, 1893 F. W. Luesley, of Hiawatha was in Sabetha Saturday taking orders for celery of his own raising. His celery has a local reputation…

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Memories 12.5.2018

125 Years Ago Friday, December 8, 1893 Notice. – We want to balance our books before January 1, 1894, and request all knowing their accounts to be due, to call…

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Memories 11.28.2018

125 Years ago Friday, December 1, 1893 The Junior Epworth League will have an art gallery on the evening of December 6, at Mrs. Tapscott’s, on Main street. Admittance 10…

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