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prohibition and temperance
Statewide new, 1906:
December 1912, a meeting of the W.C.T.U. - the Women's Christian Temperance Union:
This is from the Table Rock Herald, a competitor of the Argus. It existed only a short time. It describes the Prohibition activites of Edmund Howe from the Bunker Hill neighborhood of Table Rock, often called North Table Rock. He returned to Table Rock at the end of his life and is buried here.
nebraska went dry in late 1916
February 1920. Nebraska drier than ever: