BOURBON COUNTY, KANSAS

Newspapers of 1915
Republican  
CB Griffith, managing editor, Charlie Griffith and Frank Morton, publishers, Fort Scott (founded: unknown)
Tribune and Monitor George W Marble, editor and manager, Robert B Barr, associate editor,
Tribune-Monitor Company, publishers, Fort Scott (founded: unknown)
Pilot Lawrence Moore, editor and publisher, Bronson (founded 1902)
Globe  Harry Mills, editor and publisher, Fulton (Founded 1912)
Ledger  MC Ellinger, editor, Mrs MC Ellinger, associate editor, Redfield (Founded 1913)

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES INDEX

O'Toole, Thomas ~ May 13

A Tanners' Club Organized ~ September 18, 1868

Mysterious Shooting ~ January 12, 1880

Hugh Coyan, Sr., Looks Well and Is Satisfied ~ May 21, 1891

Mrs. Kirby Objected---A Kansas Farmer Trades His Wife For A Horse ~ January 5, 1893

George Klockson Recently Disappeared ~ October 7, 1893

Fort Scott's Murdered Man Identified ~ November 14, 1894

Kansas Flooded ~ July 31, 1895

Oil Struck Near Uniontown, Kan. ~ March 19, 1896

An Author Sued for Divorce (Minnie & Albert Paine) ~ April 1, 1896

$5,000 For Defamation of Character ~ April 3, 1896

Tazwell Merrill Improperty Drafted ~ May 1, 1896

Frank Raney Is New Editor of Fort Scott Daily and Weekly Monitor ~ May 12, 1896

Spoils A Lynching ~ September 25, 1896

Burglars Burn A Uniontown Store ~ November 26, 1896

Jail Delivery at Ft. Scott ~ December 26, 1896

Many Crimes Traced ~ February 6, 1897

Branson Banker's Wife Injured ~ April 23, 1897

Big Jail Delivery ~ February 4, 1898

Two Bourbon County Candidates Swap Platforms ~ November 4, 1898

Mrs. Bell Was Taken To The Poor Farm ~ December 9, 1898

Half For Common-Law Child ~ December 11, 1898

Pensions For Kansas ~ January 10, 1899

Congratulate Frank Raney To The Judgeship Of Our City ~ March 24, 1899

Judge Simons Entertains ~ April 21, 1899

Town Talk ~ April 21, 1899

Frank Greenfield Going to South America In Search of His Brother ~ June 17, 1899

Clara Pettiee Will Study Music at The Western Musical Conservatory ~ September 4, 1899

Alfred Greenfield With the Party of Kirk Expedition to Brazil ~ March 6, 1900

Three Farmers Killed By Lightning Near Ft. Scott ~ July 24, 1900

A Kansan Kills Himself in Missouri ~ August 14, 1900

Killed His Grandmother ~ September 11, 1900

E. C. Gates, Justice of the Peace ~ October 12, 1900

Charles Williams Has Been Identified ~ December 18, 1900

Liquor Soliciting ~ March 15, 1901

John Myers' Heir Is Found ~ May 3, 1901

Ran Into an Open Switch ~ December 22, 1903

Herbert Riggin Death and Trial ~ October 5, 1905

A  CHEROKEE  OF  EARLY  DAYS ~ March 08, 1907

Someting Wrong with the Piano ~ June 24, 1914

George Goodall Marriage ~ July 21, 1916

City News Briefly Told ~ August 17, 1917

City News Briefly Told ~ September 28, 1917

City News Briefly Told ~ October 26, 1917

City News Briefly Told ~ November 2, 1917

City News Briefly Told ~ November 9, 1917

City News Briefly Told ~ November 28, 1917

City News Briefly Told ~ July 19, 1918

City News Briefly Told ~ August 16, 1918

City News Briefly Told ~ September 28, 1918

Notice (Clarksburg Cemetery Association) ~ October 3, 1918

Loot A Bank Under Fire ~ March 23, 1921

Peace Officer Dies in Gunfight with Bootlegging Gang (William Bloomfield) ~ September 17, 1922

Bailey Rated as Very Dangerous ~ September 5, 1933

POOR  FARM  RESIDENT  WINS  RIGHT  TO  DOG ~ May 18, 1935

Mary Tanner Nominated For Master Teacher of Kansas Award ~ March 12, 1968

Ronald Sisson, 6, Killed On Bicycle ~ October 15, 1968

Jet Trainer Crashed; Both Pilots Are Safe ~ November 3, 1968

Mapleton Man, Charles Henderson, Dies of Injuries ~ August 11, 1969

He Finds His Family After 61-Years Of Separation (Norman Hill) ~ June 26, 1977



  back to Index Page
  
Copyright 2014 to Kansas Genealogy Trails' Bourbon County host & all Contributors
  All rights reserved