Memories

Memories 1.24.2018

125 Years ago Friday, January 27, 1893 The Chautauqua Circle had a pleasant meeting Saturday evening with a full attendance. At the close of the lesson the members enjoyed a…

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Memories 1.17.18

125 Years ago Friday, January 20, 1893 The mercury broke its record for this season at Champaign, Ill., on Sunday night by reaching the extreme depth of 22 degrees below…

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Photos from Yesteryear

Members of Sabetha High School’s Class of 1907 gather for a photo. Those pictured are as follows: (1) Esther Cobun (Skinner), (2) Lucy Hollister (Masters), (3) Lulu Christman, (4) Elise... Read More

Memories 1.10.2018

125 Years ago Friday, January 13, 1893 Dr. Runkle, of Washington, came Sunday night summoned by the illness of Mrs. Evans, his sister-in-law. He and Mrs. Euan’s, sister of Mr….

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Memories 1.3.2018

125 Years ago Friday, January 6, 1893 We are sorry to learn of the misfortune to the editor of the Seneca News. He suffered a stroke of paralysis a short…

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Memories 12.27.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, December 23, 1892 Fifty-thousand of the world’s fair souvenir half dollars have arrived in Chicago, less one coin, the first struck off, for which the Remington…

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Memories 12.20.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, December 16, 1892 Pleasant Hill Lutheran church will observe Christmas and New Year’s eve. On Christmas eve they will give an order of exercise “Doing Good”…

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Memories 12.13.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, December 9, 1892 After a week of assisting Rev. Tucker in the meetings in the Baptist church, Rev. Brown, of Morrill, returned home Saturday. The Herald…

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Memories 12.6.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, December 2, 1892 Carlyle & Ellis of St. Louis, who have been in our town for the past month rebuilding sewing machines inform us that they…

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Part XVIII: The Continuation Of The Whitman Mission Route Lost Diary Entries

The continuation of August 29, 1836 We had no sooner gained the foot of this mountain than another more steep and dreadful was before us. After dinner and rest we…

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Memories 11.29.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, November 25, 1892 We are a day late this week in order to give the printers a chance to eat Thanksgiving turkey in peace. We are…

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Memories 11.22.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, November 18, 1892 Mr. Walter McCafferty, who has taken the Dr. Irwin house for the winter, arrived Monday, and has been unloading and storing his belongings…

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Memories 11.15.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, November 11, 1892 The citizens of Fairview are bewailing the loss of their hop shopman who skipped out leaving nothing but debts and a barrel of…

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Memories 11.8.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, November 4, 1892 Vote the whole republican ticket from presidential electors down to road overseer. It is a clean, sound, good ticket. No Calamity nor fusion…

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Memories 11.1.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, October 28, 1892 The sewing machine parlor opened by Carlyle & Ellis in the Whittenhall building on Main street, is the neatest thing of the kind…

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