Memories 4.1.2020

125 Years Friday, April 5, 1895 Grand Millinery Opening of the “Elite.” Beginning Tuesday, April 9th, and continuing all the week. The ladies of Sabetha and vicinity are cordially invited…

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Memories 3.25.20

125 Years Friday, March 29, 1895 The question as to whether or not Senator Rogers is being justly or unjustly assailed depends altogether upon whether the charges are true or…

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Memories 3.18.2020

125 Years Friday, March 22, 1895 Samuel Windrom has been having a streak of bad luck the past six months. First he was laid up several weeks last fall by…

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Memories 3.11.2020

125 Years Friday, March 15, 1895 A 154 acre farm, 1-3/4 miles from Main street, Sabetha. Good house, 20 rods from school, good water and timber, about 125 acres under…

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Memories 3.2.20

125 Years Friday, March 8, 1895 Congressman Broderick’s anti-lottery bill has become a law at last. It is thought that this law will result in driving lotteries out of the…

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Memories 2.26.2020

125 Years Friday, March 1, 1895 B. S. Hoagland, of Hutchinson was in Sabetha Tuesday, in the intrest of the musical jubilee to be held in that city in May….

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Memories 2.19.2020

125 Years Friday, February 22, 1895 It now appears that all the hubbub about that woman suffrage amendment was uncalled for. It is now the programme to pass a law…

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Blast from the Past

This photo depicts the Sabetha and Seneca Commercial Clubs in Baileyville on June 20, 1911. This photo taken in 1918 is of Oneida’s boys going off to fight in World... Read More

Memories 2.12.2020

125 Years Friday, February 15, 1895 Don’t forget that Dr. Thomas will make you the best set of teeth for $8.00. Remember the date from the 10th to the 20th…

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Memories 2.5.2020

125 Years Friday, February 8, 1895 The popular agent of the G. I., H. E. Burke, takes exception to statement in this paper last week to the effect that one…

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Memories 1.29.2020

125 Years Friday, February 1, 1895 Mr. J. Dreibelbis being anxious to quit the store, some few days ago made a business proposition to me, for an answer Feb. 1st….

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Memories 1.22.2020

125 Years Friday, January 25, 1895 Some people always look fresh and young, while others look prematurely old, with skin dried up and wrinkled. The only difference between the two…

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Memories 1.15.2020

125 Years Friday, January 18, 1895 We have taken the trouble to inquire, and find that the Mrs. E. Gassett who has been getting a quarterly allowance from the county…

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Memories 1.8.2020

125 Years Friday, January 11, 1895 Our theologically inclined contemporary at the county seat does not seem to take kindly to the candidacy of Rev. M. L. Everett for chaplain…

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Memories 12.25.2019

125 Years Friday, December 28, 1894 We’re too busy to write much of an ad, this week, but the goods. We’re selling them as cheap as ever. Come in and…

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