Added by: t. garlow
John E. Ware, who was down from Hershey Saturday, says that the returns from sugar beets are very satisfactory, the greater part of those so far shipped testing a percentage that gives the grower over five dollars per ton. The tonnage per acre varies, ten tons being about the average the section over.
from ‘The North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune’ North Platte, Neb. Oct. 26, 1909.
John E. Ware, a well known resident of the Hershey section and Miss Mabel Eshleman an equally popular young lady of the same place, will be united in marriage tomorrow.
from ‘The North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune’ Feb. 22, 1910.
John Ware has purchased the Olaf Hedlund 80-acre farm two miles north-west of Hershey for $10,000, or $125 per acre. The land is under irrigation and has fair improvements.
from ‘The North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune’ Sept. 12, 1913.
John Ware who purchased the Hedlund farm less than two years ago, has refused an offer of $25 advance per acre over the purchase price…
The Linstrom Bros.’ sale yesterday was attended by a large crowd and everything sold for good prices. Cattle sold exceptionally high, one milk cow bringing $100.50.–Hershey Times
from ‘The North Platte Semi-Weekly Tribune’ Jan. 22, 1915.
WWI Registration Card
name: John Elmer Ware
home address: Hershey Nebraska
date of birth: Sept 15, 1886
born: Hershey, Neb, USA
where employed: Hershey
married or single: married
eye color: Blue
date: June 5, 1917
North Platte Cemetery