Barton  County,  Kansas

 

NEWSPAPER TIDBITS INDEX


Double Murder of Heydinger and Hallom ~ March 12, 1874

Dr. Bain Awarded Contract For Barton County Poor Attendance ~ May 26, 1875

Barton County Jail Has No Prisoners ~ December 1, 1881

List of Letters ~ November 11, 1886

Williams to Occupy Benefiel Farm ~ March 28, 1889

Mrs. A. P. Clark Visiting Sister ~ January 30, 1890

Rollie Lles Stops with Sister ~ December 3, 1891

Clara Lee Here from Great Bend ~ August 25, 1892

Mrs. Caldwell Visiting ~ August 25, 1892

Clerk D. R. Jones Escaped Officers ~ November 23, 1893

Mollie Clark Visiting Sister ~ August 23, 1894

A Kansas Boy Loses Both Legs ~ September 25, 1895

J. Baker Purchased Benefiel Engine ~ December 12, 1895

Lively Fight In Court ~ July 8, 1897

Murder of Myrtle Hoffmeister by John Becker and His Hanging ~ April 13, 1898

Arrested For The Boyd Murder In Kansas ~ May 21, 1898

D. G. Bird and Wife in Town ~ June 2, 1898

Kansas Lynching ~ June 16, 1898

L. K. Benefiel Here for Harvest ~ June 30, 1898

Convicted On 49 Counts ~ October 8, 1900

Family Reunion at Bird's ~ March 27, 1903

C. Gunn & Son Looking at Lee's Ranch ~ May 29, 1903

Miss Benefiel Vacationing in Kansas City ~ January 1, 1904

W.O.W. Unveiling Ceremony In Memory of J. H.. Unruh ~ June 10, 1904

Barton County Normal Institute Enrollment ~ June 2, 1905

D. C. Luse Celebrates 55th Birthday ~ June 2, 1905

A Freak of Lightning ~ June 7, 1911

Mob's Shots Kill Negro, Bud McKee ~ April 5, 1912

I. H. Harper Defending His Fair Name and Fame ~ April 22, 1913

Great Bend News Tidbits ~ June 26, 1914

Confesses to Murder (Tommy White) ~ September 25, 1914

White's Confession of Morgan Murder ~ September 25, 1914

McCurley Still at Large (Lou McCurley) ~ October 2, 1914

Lou McCurley Captured ~ October 16, 1914

McCurley Denies Guilt ~ October 23, 1914

Brought Back for Trial (Tommy White & Lou McCurley) ~ November 6, 1914

Life Sentence for White ~ November 20, 1914

Three Wheat Stacks Burn at Poor Farm ~ August 11, 1916

Buddy Boxwell Haircut ~ October 5, 1918

Enjoys Life As He Goes ~ July 16, 1919

Two Killed By The Twister At Hoisington ~ October 9, 1919

Plans To Put Superintendent at County Poor Farm ~ February 5, 1920

H. J. Batcheldel Slugged At Poor Farm ~ October 16, 1920

Chased Off Their Farm By A Mean "Spook" (Koett Family) ~ October 9, 1927

Defaulting Bank Cashier is Arraigned on 27 Counts Today ~ November 29, 1929

Mildred Lucille Christina Michaux Birth Announcement ~ January 4, 1935

Great Bend News Tidbits ~ October 30, 1936

Great Bend News Tidbits ~ July 23, 1937

Great Bend News Tidbits ~ October 8, 1937

 

 

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