Memories 5.30.2018

125 Years ago Friday, June 2, 1893 Among those who left yesterday to see the sights at the White City were Misses Lila Sargent, Gertrude Sargent, Ruth Gill, Louie Hutchison,…

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Memories 5.23.2018

125 Years ago Friday, May 26, 1893 Drop in and give us the names of a few of your neighbors who are not subscribers to this paper, so that we…

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Photo from Yesteryear

Pictured are some of the clerks of Sabetha Haines Store in 1916. Read More

Memories 5.16.2018

125 Years ago Friday, May 19, 1893 We have granted space to the amount of a column or less each week, as occasion demands, to the Sabetha W. C. T….

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Memories 5.9.2018

125 Years ago Friday, May 12, 1893 Miss Kate Bushnell closed a very successful term of school in the Dorcas district south of Woodlawn, Wednesday of last week. A number…

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Photos from Yesteryear

These people enjoy a picnic near Oneida in 1913. Alumni gather for the 1916 Sabetha High School Alumni Banquet. Read More

Memories 5.2.2018

125 Years ago Friday, May 5, 1893 The editor labors under considerable difficulty in trying to make a newsy paper, on account of not being well acquainted. It is hoped…

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Memories 4.25.2018

125 Years Ago Friday, April 28, 1893 It is a wonder that as large a town as Hiawatha cannot support a good democratic paper. The Kansas Democrat is a sort…

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Memories 4.18.2018

125 Years ago Friday, April 21, 1893 A Horton man who never had a bank account recently purchased a farm for $2,800 in cash. And he surprised the man of…

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Memories 4.11.18

125 Years Ago Friday, April 14, 1893 Brown county had a terrible hail and wind storm Tuesday. Hundreds of dollars worth of window glass was broken in Hiawatha and chimneys…

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Memories 4.4.20118

125 Years ago Friday, April 7, 1893 Easter concerts were held last Sunday evening at the Methodist and Baptist churches. All of the churches were decorated with flowers and furnished…

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Photos from Yesteryear

This 1943 public sale appears similar to sale bills that continue to run, until you look closer and see the animals being sold on it. When World War I was... Read More

Memories 3.27.2018

125 Years ago Friday, March 31, 1893 Last Monday it snowed all day although it was the 26th of March. By night from two to three inches lay on the…

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Memories 3.21.2018

125 Years ago Friday, March 24, 1893 The exhibition at Berwick school house Tuesday evening was well attended and a pronounced success despite the bad weather. The recitations were well…

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Memories 3.14.18

125 Years ago Friday, March 17, 1893 A twelve-year-old son of Jacob Wittmer, who lives three miles northwest of Berwick, had a bad accident last Monday. He in some way…

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