McCourtney Graders was an enterprise of Charles McCourtney of Table Rock. Graders were earth movers -- they built railroad beds, straightened creeks and rivers, put in dams, etc. Photo 2461.
Nebraska State Journal, February 5, 1909. Thieves accused by Eli George, the Gypsy King.
February 5, 1909 Nebraska State Journal, same event, separate article
1909 basketball team. Floyd Poteet, Supt., W.H. Simons, and, starting with the upper row: Glenn Wood, Hubert Voller , Earl Irwin, Eugene Woods, and Raymond Andrew. Photo 40
1909 GIRLS basketball, Eunice Norris Peters, Ellen Snyder Sites, Belle Shorter Poteet, Ella Beck Smith, Nelle Schreck Griffing, and Bess Hickman Irwin. Photo 164.
1909 newspaper i Parsons, Kansas -- Charles Blecha, "the big wrestler from Table Rock" -- wins a wrestling match.
Veteriarian Bill Frank goes ito the livery business. His barn phone number was 31.
March 18, 1909
A 1909 postcard picture of the Mushroom Rock, in the "Rocks" area in what is now referred to as Goat Hill. Photo 233, shared by Historical Society member Marvin Edwards.
The Square in a 1909 postcard. Note the wooden bandstand in the center. The park was dedicated in 1882 and the trees planted at that time. Photo 234, shared by Historical Society member Marvin Edwards.
The usual combination of furniture store and undertaker. March 18, 1909.
March 18, 1909 - The blacksmith starts selling farm implements at "the old stand west of the post office. In those days, the post office was behind the State Bank of Table Rock, facing south. After the post office moved to its present site, the bank acquired the space. March 18, 1909.
In front of the bank, a postcard dated 1909. The girls are Mable Murphy, Lucy Broyles, Myrtle Mort, and Elizabeth Barrett. Photo 232, shared by Historical Society member Marvin Edwards. It was also shared by Kim Vrtiska as Photo 408, dated 1914.
Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Marble in front of their home in 1909. the house is still there, west of Binder Brothers lumber yard. Photo 623.
District 52 country school, Nelle Snokes Marburger is the teacher, but no names for the students. Photo 1909.
Omaha Sunday Bee, January 30, 1909: Students of the Mumford School, District 17, also known as Maple Grove School. Maple Grove is now a museum and has been relocated to the west side of the Square.
February 7, 1909 Nebraska State Journal. Harry Wright's body brought back to Table Rock for burial.
April 21, 1909
Nebraska State Journal, 1909. Lighting plant underway.
Little Charles Wolfe dies and is buried in the Table Rock Cemetery
Wedding picture of Edd Hanna and Anna Hubka, 1909. Photo 1467, shared online by R. Johnson on Ancestry.com.
Independence day 1909, a parade in pawnee city photos by archer king of table rock