Residents gather at the Methodist Church Parlor

This photo of several Sabetha area residents was taken in the Methodist Church parlor. In the first row on the right is Clyde Krebs, then Janice Ball. Behind her and... Read More

Memories 10.20.2021

125 years Thursday, October 15, 1896 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rains and son stopped off here a few hours Monday, on their return from Colorado Springs, where they had been…

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Memories 10.13.2021

125 years Thursday, October 8, 1896 Married. Leslie Leeds and Miss Agnes Cronin were marries September 25, at the Haxton hotel parlors, by Rev. J. S. Ford. The bride is…

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Memories 10.06.2021

125 years Thursday, October 1, 1896 Word comes that Willis Clough has recovered sufficiently to be moved from Chicago to his aunt’s at Monroeville, Ohio. We are sorry to hear…

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Memories 09.29.2021

125 years Thursday, September 24, 1896 The Rock Island will run special trains to Topeka, Sept. 29, 30, Oct. 1, 2, leaving Sabetha at 7:35 a.m. and arriving at Topeka…

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Memories 09.22.2021

125 years Thursday, September 17, 1896 A good many cattle are coming in now, to help eat up the immense amount of feed which will be on hand. R. B….

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Memories 09.15.2021

125 years Thursday, September 10, 1896 Cummings, The Kicker, did not sell the school house coal in the first place because he would not put in a bid the way…

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Memories 9.8.2021

125 years Thursday, September 3, 1896 A jolly afternoon was spent Monday at the home of Miss Mary Matthews. It was a sort of final round up party before school,…

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Memories: 9.1.2021

125 years Thursday, August 27, 1896 C. W. Bundy has bought F. M. Maynards photograph gallery and will continue the business. Mr. Bundy is thoroughly up in the business, and…

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Memories 8.25.2021

125 years Thursday, August 20, 1896 Notice to Contractors. Sealed bids will be received for the erection of a school house in District No. 108, Nemaha County Kansas, up to…

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Memories 8.18.2021

125 years Thursday, August 13, 1896 Seneca Fair. Notwithstanding the great blow of May 17th last, the Nemaha Fair Association still lives, and with the kind patronage of the good…

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Looking Back at the Nemaha County Cooperative Creamery Association


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Memories 8.11.2021

125 years Thursday, August 6, 1896 E. E. Follin, a former resident of this vicinity, spent several days here the past week. He left here about six years ago, and…

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Memories 8.4.2021

125 years Thursday, July 30, 1896 The reason we ask you to pay your account is because we need the money. If your account it due this means you. -Davis…

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Memories 07.28.2021

125 years Thursday, July 23, 1896 A peg-leg tramp favored the town with his patronage several days the past week, and the last night of his stay one of our…

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