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      1998

      494. Jan. 7, 1998 -   Maine blast shocked Hamiltonians:
      498. Feb. 4, 1998 -   Mrs. Custer described frontier life:
      502. March 4, 1998 -  High Street block changing again:
      507. April 8, 1998 -  CCC camp opened in county in 1935:
      508. April 15, 1998 - Local guardsmen ready for war:
      511. May 6, 1998 -    Beckett mill opened 150 years ago:
      513. May 20, 1998 -   Troops received food from home:
      514. May 27, 1998 -   Professor's hat trick fooled enemy:
      519. July 1, 1998 -   Hamilton native led Rough Riders:
      520. July 8, 1998 -   Have you been to Maustown?
      522. July 22, 1998 -  "Yellow Kid" swindled Hamiltonian:
      524. Aug. 5, 1998 -   Margedant fought for adopted nation:
      525. Aug. 12, 1998 -  Margedant a Civil War 'insider':
      526. Aug. 19, 1998 -  Margedant hailed as innovator:
      527. Aug. 26, 1998 -  Greenwood Cemetery 150 years old:
      530. Sept. 9, 1998 -  German Village marks 25 years:
      531. Sept. 16, 1998 - Looking at Hamilton, 1950-1953:
      533. Sept. 30, 1998 - Disease major enemy in 1898 war:
      535. Oct. 14, 1998 -  Tolls not new in Butler County:
      536. Oct. 21, 1998 -  Turnpikes preceded present routes:
      538. Nov. 4, 1998 -   Camp Hamilton opened in 1861:
      541. Nov. 25, 1998 -  1920 plan highlighted appearance:
      542. Dec. 2, 1998 -   Captain Bruck 'first' in Civil War:
      543. Dec. 9, 1998 -   Recreation sites lacking in 1920:
      544. Dec. 16, 1998 -  Civic center proposed in 1920:
      546. Dec. 30, 1998 -  1920 city plan focused on housing: