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COLUMNS April 29, 2017


100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
April 19, 1917

The Sun
April 19, 1917

House fire
Fire originating from a coal oil stove damaged the residence owned by J.D. Cone and occupied by R.E. Boyle and family entailing a considerable loss Tuesday.

Monday, April 24, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
April 12, 1917

The Sun
April 12, 1917

Surrender arms

Monday, April 17, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
April 5, 1917

The Sun
April 5, 1917

New plant

The King Seed Com­pany has taken an option on a lot owned by William Hare, located near the Canning Factory, with a view to erecting a building in which they will install all machinery and apparatus necessary for a modern feed and seed plant.

Monday, April 10, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
March 29, 1917

The Sun
March 29, 1917

Exciting night

The police station was the scene of much excitement Saturday night, activity beginning with a fire alarm that was sent in about 11 o'clock when the electric light plant was discovered on fire.

Monday, April 3, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
March 22, 1917

The Sun
March 22, 1917

Two new pikes

The Jennings County Motor Club met at the Iroquois Club Room Mon­day evening and upon invitation of the club, F.M. Kellar, county highway superintendent, was present and talked to the members upon the conditions of the roads of the county and the funds available for the improvement of the roads, especially in Center Township.

Monday, March 27, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
March 15, 1917

The Sun
March 15, 1917

1 killed, 3 injured

Three negroes giving their names as Willie Dun­son, Albert Black and Rus­sell Cox of Pulaski, Tenn., were badly injured and a fourth, James Perkins, of the same place was killed while stealing a ride in a lumber car on northbound Big Four freight train No. 92 Tuesday night.


Monday, March 20, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
March 8, 1917

The Sun
March 8, 1917
Post office site

The Treasury Depart­ment of the United States has selected the John and Ella Fable site in North Vernon as the most desirable location for a post office building and Mr. Fable has received official notice that his property has been taken.

Monday, March 13, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
March 1, 1917

The Sun
March 1, 1917


Monday, March 6, 2017

100 Years Ago
The North Vernon Sun
Feb. 22, 1917

Police court news
Nellie Wholman, daughter of Mrs. Sarah McNichols, was taken into custody by the police Saturday night. She was sent to the county infirmary.

Monday, February 27, 2017

100 Years Ago
North Vernon
Plain Dealer
Feb. 15, 1917

The Sun
Feb. 15, 1917

Young bride killed

Mrs. Treman Ferren­berg, 20 years of age, a bride of only two months, was instantly killed Tuesday where she and her husband were making their home with John Ferrenberg, the husband's father.

Monday, February 20, 2017


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