Memories

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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Memories 10.18.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, October 14, 1892 Mrs. Kilmer has been having much trouble with her eyes and last week it was decided that one of them must be removed…

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Memories: October 11, 2017

125 Years Ago Friday, October 7, 1892 A few weeks ago it was announced that Judge Gresham would support the people’s party. Now it is said that he will vote…

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Memories 10.4.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, September 30, 1892 Buck and Robertson now have the corner grocery. Mr. Dubois gave possession last Tuesday morning. The changes in the grocery in Sabetha outnumber…

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Memories 9.27.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, September 23, 1892 The Globe says an Atchison woman found a worm over two feet long in a cabbage and took it to the grocer and…

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Photos from Yesteryear: Hennigh Family

Mary Ann Breon Hennigh was born October 10, 1847, in Gregg Township, Centre County, Pennsylvania, sixth daughter of Daniel and Elizabeth Auman Breon. Date of marriage to David Hennigh unknown.... Read More

Memories 9.20.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, September 16 1892 Fred Hook was arrested, Sunday on complaint of L. H. Pohl of entering his meat market and taking from there $47. After a…

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Memories 9.13.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, September 9, 1892 Some newspaper man started the report that a Lawrence girl kneads bread with her gloves on, and another practical pencil pusher adds: “Well,…

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Memories 9.6.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, September 2, 1892 A Warning – Sunday afternoon, Aug. 28th, the seals on two cars at this station were broken and cars opened. This is a…

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Memories 8.30.17

125 Years Ago Friday, August 26, 1892 The farmers of southern Kansas are getting their names in the papers. Some of them have destroyed the most costly bit of mill…

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Memories 8.23.2017

125 Years Ago Friday August 19, 1892 The best rain this vicinity had enjoyed for several weeks came last Saturday. The rainfall in the town could not have been much…

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Photos from Yesteryear: WWII doctor billets in United Kingdom

During WWII, Dr. Martin (Mart) Rucker was billeted with Mrs. Margaret Bayliss in Dursley, Gloucestershire. Captain Rucker had been in England with the Medical Corps. When looking through his late…

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Memories 8.16.2017

125 Years Ago Friday, August 12, 1892 The editor of the Kansas City Journal says that the old farmers say that this hot weather is hardening the corn beautifully and…

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