Anderson  County, Kansas

 

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES
 

Clarke Baker Home Burned ~ April 25, 1868

B. W. Woodard Opens a Branch Drug House in Garnett ~ April 16, 1869

Railroad Celebration---Opening of the L.L. & G.R.R. to Garnett ~ March 4, 1870

U.S. Army Burials ~ June 16, 1883

A Hard Day on Circuses ~ October 12, 1883

A Year's Sad History ~ April 10, 1890

Hon. Frank Barber Shoot Himself Through The Head ~ September 29, 1892

Fire From Passing Train ~ March 3, 1896

Sold Stolen Cattle ~ September 15, 1896

Kincaid Robber Caught ~ February 26, 1897

A Garnett Woman (Mrs. Louk) and Ditto Man Desert Their Families ~ July 22, 1897

Serious Runaway At Garnett ~ August 31, 1897

Newly Married People In Divorce Court (Mace & Nora Scott) ~ February 8, 1898

Burned to Death (Sarah Jane Bennett) ~ January 7, 1899

J. O. Oborne & Pearl Went to Fort Scott to Visit Rev. Price ~ June 16, 1899

Soldier Monument ~ October 9, 1899

Gas At Garnett ~ April 24, 1900

Garnett, The County Seat ~ June 15, 1900

It Isn't Populist Money ~ November 2, 1900

Ruined By Bets ~ November 27, 1900

Anderson County Will Have New Court House ~ April 12, 1901

Soldiers Buried in Garnett Cemetery ~ May 23, 1902

First Triplets Born In Kansas ~ December 6, 1911

Diploma on Vacant Chair ~ May 22, 1918

Vandals Damage Garnett Cemetery ~ February 3, 1951

Edith VanBuskirk and Two Children Killed At Crossing ~ October 6, 1958

Lightning Kills Rural Kincaid Youth (Danny Waddell) ~ July 31, 1968

Unusual 'Shopping' Trip Has Rewarding Results ~ February 4, 1969

Town Hasn't Levied City Tax Since 1954 ~ March 8, 1969

 

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