Memories

Memories 1.25.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, January 22, 1892 Much genuine sorrow has been felt among many friends here at the sad news of the death of Miss Belle Cleveland at Baileyville,…

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Memories: January 18, 2017

125 Years Ago Friday, January 15, 1892 This is the kind of weather when both coal men and ice men can be happy simultaneously. Albert Field, who went to Arizona…

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Memories 1.11.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, January 8, 1892 Young William Thomspon had the misfortune to get his hand into a buzz saw last Monday. The result was a pretty badly lacerated…

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Memories 1.4.17

125 Years Ago Friday, January 1, 1892 From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E. Hurd of Grotton, S.D., we quote: “Was taken with a bad cold, which settled on…

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Memories 12.28.2016

125 Years Ago Friday, December 25, 1891 There is one sort of gift making, which, if judiciously indulged in, and if by stealth so much the better, which everybody at…

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Memories 12.21.2016

125 Years Ago Friday, December 18, 1891 It is not poverty so much as pretence that harasses a ruined man—the struggle between a proud mind and an empty purse—the keeping…

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Photos from Yesteryear: Winter Memories

The photo was taken by the first Ralph Tennal in 1912 of the snowfall collected on Sabetha’s 900 block of Main Street. This photo was taken in 1936 on Sabetha’s... Read More

Memories 12.14.2016

125 Years Ago Friday, December 11, 1891 Of course editors, as a rule, are kind-hearted men. An exchange tells of a subscriber who died and left fourteen years’ subscription unpaid….

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Memories 12.7.16

125 Years Ago Friday, December 4, 1891 Fairview assumed city airs Thanksgiving Day, closed up the business houses, and the leading citizens of the town and country went to church,…

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Santa Claus visits in 1927

Santa Claus came to visit to the Sabetha Methodist Church December 1927. Read More

Memories 11.30.16

125 Years Ago Friday, November 27, 1891 The theory that fiction dealing exclusively with refined and poetical love is best written by women will be proved true if other women…

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Memories 11.23.16

125 Years Ago Friday, November 20, 1891 They say ex-patients of the Keeley institute feel a touch of nausea every time they pass a saloon. On the principle of the…

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Memories 11.16.16

125 Years Ago Friday, November 13, 1891 Harrison Kelley seems to be a Jonah in Coffey County. Last year when he was the republican candidate for Congress in his district,…

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Photo from Yesteryear: Alfred Moore

Pictured above is Alfred Moore. The letter below was sent to Private Alfred Moore of Sabetha in 1970 for achieving the Physical Excellence Award.From: Commanding OfficerTo: Private Alfred Moore Jr.,... Read More

Memories 11.9.2016

125 Years Ago Friday, November 6, 1891 Great sympathy is expressed for James Boomer and family in the loss of his only son, ‘Merrill,’ who was at Hiawatha for medical…

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