"Nebraska State Gazetteer, Business Directory and
Farmers List for 1890-91"
J. M. Wolfe & Co., Publishers, 1890.
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To Pam from NEGenWeb.
Thanks for all you do!
from Santa's genealogy elves
I have it on good authority that the following are the "elves" in question, I cannot say "little" elves as they physically do not match this description because their are so big to accomplish this!:
Bill W. for the copies
Lee: Dakota County
T & C: (alias Pushy & Prody) Chase and Thurston
Kaylynn: Boone & Managing to snooker Pam.....
Jeanne: Helping organize and getting Boone on line
Editorial: You know there are friends and then there are FRIENDS, those who will come to your aid, no matter what the circumstances, no matter when or where, even during the busiest time of the year. That is the kind of friends that the Lord has blessed me with. When I first looked at this surprise while I was healing from surgery related to a car wreck several years ago, I saw one page, and when I was more awake I came back and explored the page after page of tireless data entry that these "Santa's Genealogy Elves" put in for me, over 25 pages of data...and believe you me, they are all wearing at least bifocals because I saw was the original data came from, YIKES!!! tiny!!! There is no way that I can ever repay them except by continuing to be the kind of friend they think me to be. And to think they had me totally buffaloed...I even replied when they were looking for volunteers and whatever they told me, I was suckered right in that they had enough people....sheesh...<grin>
Business Listings for Chase County, Nebraska
Blanche, a post office in the northeastern part of Chase county.
Baker D R, justice.
Coffin, Japer, genl mdse.
Kelso Ellen, postmaster, dressmaker.
Seger John, blacksmith.
Catharine, a post office recently established in Chase county.
Champion, a thriving village in the central part of Chase county, nine miles from Imperial, the
county seat. A goof flouring mill with a 50-barrel capacity is operated by the water power furnished by
the Frenchman river. The Chase County Champion, a weekly newspaper, is well supported. The town
was named in honor of Champion S. Chase, a prominent attorney at Omaha. It is expected that the B. &
M. R.R. will soon build through here on its way to Holyoke, Colorado. Population, 200.
Adams C O, drugs.
Bell J S, hardware.
Champion Milling Co, flouring mill.
Chase County Champion, Kelly & Mathews pubs.
Davidson W L, justice.
Fox J P, blacksmith, agl implts.
Leslie A O, justice.
Lyman M E Mrs, millinery.
Mathews J K, jeweler, postmaster.
Nolin B, millinery, dressmaking.
Pine Frank, hardware.
Ray Alonzo, agl implts.
Thomas J L, harnessmaker.
Wirsig O H, genl mdse.
Chase, a village of 75 inhabitants in the west central part of Chase county, 12 miles from Imperial,
the capital of the county.
Buzick D B, loans.
Buzick W M, genl mdse.
Chabo C C, hotel.
Dashopky, Gustav, wagonmaker.
Edington W H, justice.
Faires Owen, postmaster.
Terry W W, livery.
Vandike John, blacksmith
Enders, a post office in Chase county, recently established.
Imperial, the county seat of Chase county, is located in the center of the county and has a
population of about 400. It is on the Culbertson projection of the B. & M. R. R., which is expected will
be built to this point soon. The town is well located in the midst of a fine grain and stock growing
country. Church organizations are Methodist and Evangelical.
Arterbern E E, abstracter, real estate.
Bank of Imperial, Frank Thumsson cashier.
Berdine Bros, pumps, windmills.
Bigler Jacob & Son, hardware, coal.
Bishop S S, atty.
Burdine Ira C, pumps, windmills, lumber.
Chase County Bank, R W Bennett cashier.
Chase County Chronicle, D G Hines pub.
Cottrell C N, hardware, agl implts.
Cunningham Alonzo, postmaster
Dunham M J, hotel.
Durks R, barber.
Epperson & May, dressmakers.
Farmers and Merchants Bank, O P Shallenberger cashier.
Fliesbach Otto, genl mdse.
Goodrich M J, dry goods, etc.
Grosbach H H, drugs.
Hogate Nelson, billiards.
Imperial Republican (The), Hopper & Van Deventer editors and props
Jenkins Loran, genl mdse.
Koon Wm, photographer.
McElroy S C, county surveyor.
Malcolm R, barber, jeweler.
Meeker C W, atty.
Morris J F, harnessmaker.
Reitz Ed Mrs, photographer.
Roberson N C, veterinary surgeon.
Rowe H P, boots and shoes.
Scott C W, atty.
Sherman F W & Co, genl mdse.
Smith L W, meat market.
Spain T, carpenter and builder.
Taylor A B, atty.
Tibbils H C, furniture.
Tibbils H C Mrs, dressmaker.
Watters G W, atty.
Wooster W G, blacksmith.
Wray & Fisher, genl mdse, lumber.
Young Bros, livery.
Lamar, a post office in the extreme western part of Chase county, 20 miles from Imperial, the
county seat. Population, 100.
Bird C, blacksmith.
Breere A G, hardware.
Holtzclau W J, phys.
McBryde A C, justice.
Mathews O, drugs.
Pairan C, genl mdse.
Peiderlue C, genl mdse.
Pierce H, harnessmaker.
Reynolds R, blacksmith.
Ruff W & C C, genl mdse.
Seymour H, agl implts.
Sugar Bros, agl implts.
Wilson Alice, milliner.
Wilson V L, real estate, postmaster.
Martin, a postoffice in the eastern part of Chase County, recently established. Population, 14.
Forney, F C, justice.
Nicol Andrew, genl mdse, postmaster
Pearl, - PEARL. a rural post office in the north central part of Chase county...Waggener, H H Postmaster.
Wauneta, a postoffice in the southeastern part of Chase county, 20 miles from Imperial, the county
seat. Population, 200.
Barnwell O F Mrs, dressmaker.
Doty & Doty, hardware.
Dudeck Joseph, saloon.
Fisher Charles, postmaster.
Fisher, Polly & Co, flouring mill.
Fisher W W, justice.
Goodwin Bros, agl implts.
McClellan J W, drugs.
McNaul & Wisner, genl mdse.
Penn A C & Co, agl implts.
Ransell J, blacksmith.
Winchester, a country post office in the northwestern part of Chase county, 25 miles from Imperial,
the county seat. Population, 25.
Hopkins J W, genl mdse, postmaster.
Rowley A, justice.
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