Memories 5.5.2021

125 years Thursday, April 30, 1896 Miss Mary Whitehead is assisting a Chicago lady elocutionist in a number of entertainments. The McPherson Educator, speaking of Miss Whitehead’s part in the…

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The people of the Nemaha County Cooperative Creamery


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Memories 04.28.2021

125 years Thursday, April 23, 1896 Notice to Real Estate Owners. Complaints having been made that many pieces of real estate are incorrectly entered on the county clerk’s record, both…

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Memories 4.21.2021

125 years Thursday, April 16, 1896 G. H. Adams was taken to the asylum at Topeka yesterday by Dr. Reding in the hopes that he may be benefitted by the…

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Group gathers for photo in the 1930s

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Memories 04.14.2021

125 years Thursday, April 9, 1896 The Difference. Between a nicely papered room and one which is shabby with old paper or with discolored of disfigured walls, is just as…

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Memories 4.7.2021

125 years Thursday, April 2, 1896 Mrs. Maynard’s annual Easter opening of millinery goods will take place Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 2nd, 3rd and 4th. The spring millinery this…

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Memories 3.31.2021

125 years Thursday, March 26, 1896 Postmaster’s Card. To the patrons of the Sabetha post office: – If those who wish to rent keyless lock boxes will call at C….

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Memories 3.24.2021

125 years Thursday, March 19, 1896 Mrs. Emily B. Steward, of Fairview, has been granted a pension of $12, with several hundred dollars back pay. She is the widow of…

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Memories 03.17.2021

125 years Thursday, March 12, 1896 A California Pointer. You are now asked to buy tickets over the Santa Fe Route to California, unless fully convinced that it is a…

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Memories 3.10.2021

125 years Thursday, March 5, 1896 If you are scarce of water and want a well made, be sure and see G. M. Bunker as he is prepared to put…

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Memories 3.3.2021

125 years Thursday, February 27, 1896 A. A. Cook is having the Baker building on East Main Street fitted up for a barber shop, and will be ready for business…

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Memories 02.24.2021

125 years Thursday, February 20, 1896 Look Out. You will lose a bargain in lumber, as the old mill, known as the Slosson lumber yard, has been taken down and…

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Memories 2.17.2021

125 years Thursday, February 13, 1896 The wolf hunting fever has become so violent in Berwick township that a company has been formed to buy dogs to help exterminate the…

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Memories 2.10.2021

125 years Thursday, February 6, 1896 Mrs. A. M. Haxton presented her husband with a fine baby girl last Tuesday morning, January 28th. Min didn’t do a thing but set…

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