Memories 09.27.2023

125 Years Thursday, September 29, 1898 Strayed or Stolen. Black mare 4 years old, blazed face, white hind legs, sore on left jaw, from being trephined. Suitable reward for her…

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Looking back at the Patio Pastry Parlor


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Memories 09.20.2023

125 Years Thursday, September 22, 1898 Married. At the residence of the bride’s parents in Sabetha, on September 18th, Rev. R.A. Yoder officiating, Mr. H.R Tice and Miss Lizzie B….

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Sabetha’s finest back in the day

This picture shows two friendly "Strong Arms of the Law" from Sabetha. Read More


125 Years Thursday, September 15, 1898 John Kreitzer and Fred Bigler have been discharged by the Rock Island railroad on account of the accident a week ago Sunday, mentioned in…

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Rock Island Railroad Depot in early 1900s

This photo was taken in the early 1900s of the Chicago Rock Island Railroad Depot in Sabetha. This was the west side of the depot that sat just south of... Read More

Memories 09.06.2023

125 Years Thursday, September 8, 1898 Fairview has had a real sensation. A woman who circulated slanderous stories made an affidavit last week that she had been lying, in order…

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A look back at Bern School 1928

This photo is taken of a class in 1928 at the Bern School. Read More

Memories 08.30.2023

125 Years Thursday, September 1, 1898 “Eureka Improved Flue Boiler.” To Whom it May Concern: This is to certify that I have purchased of Messrs. S. R. Crowner and J.E….

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Memories 8.23.2023

125 Years Thursday, August 25, 1898 The mysterious disappearance of Fred Hartman and wife from their home near Bern last week, leaving two children aged seven months and three years…

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Reminiscing on the Sabetha High School building in the 1940s


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Photos from Yesteryear: Brey Chevrolet Building

Pictured is Brey Motors in that late 1950s or early 1960s, located on Grant Street in Sabetha. Read More

Memories 08.16.2023

125 Years Thursday, August 18, 1898 John Dague, of Capioma, has been limping around for a couple of weeks, caused by a loaded wagon running over one of his legs….

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Parking on Main Street in the 1800s

This photo depicts life with horses and carriages on Main Street in Bern, Kansas, in the late 1800s. Read More

Memories 8.9.2023

125 Years Thursday, August 11, 1898 Geo. Lukert’s slaughter house was robbed last Thursday night of $60 worth of hides. He discovers the loss Friday afternoon and immediately set the…

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