BROWN  COUNTY

NEWSPAPER ARTICLES INDEX
 


James Winkle Insane ~ January 7, 1875

Quite A Lively Pedestrian ~ September 7, 1887

Fire at Horton ~ May 8, 1888

Accused Of An Awful Crime ~ March 22, 1889

William Horne's Livery Stable Fire ~ September 4, 1890

Hotel Fire (Hiawatha) ~ September 7, 1890

George J. Balster Died From Effects of Kitten Scratch ~ December 13, 1890

Homes Wanted For Three Children at County Poor Farm ~ January 27, 1893

The Superintendent of the Brown County Poor Farm Says So ~ September 8, 1893

Coal Found on G. W. Cole's Farm ~ July 4, 1894

Horton Hotels Furnish Lanterns ~ January 4, 1895

Homes Wanted ~ February 7, 1896

Mrs. Mahala Hoover Bequeathed Over $25,000 to The Hiawatha Academy ~ May 21, 1896

The Tornado at Sabetha ~ May 22, 1896

Horses Wreck A Train ~ March 16, 1897

Charles H. Brown, Old Time Conductor, Dies ~ April 22, 1899

Kansas Editor Sent to Jail ~ January 4, 1900

Henry Zimmerman Cut His Foot Badly ~ January 26, 1900

High School Notes ~ February 2, 1900

Captain Ira Lacock Dies While Making Speech ~ June 29, 1900

Suit for a Queer Cause ~ September 21, 1900

J. S. Lytle, A Kansas Pioneer, Died ~ December 11, 1901

Lost His Life Trying To Save Another Man ~ February 8, 1902

F. G. Moore Is Sued For Divorce And Asked To Leave As Pastor ~ August 22, 1902

 Dr. Haviland Lost Pigeons In Fire ~ January 8, 1903

Horton Hotel Sold ~ July 29, 1904

Smallpox at Horton ~ January 20, 1905

Mrs. Thomas Smith Burned To Death ~ January 27, 1905

Jake Lansky Learned American Ways ~ February 24, 1905

Inspecting Poor Farm ~ July 14, 1905

First Set of Triplets Born in Brown County ~ February 16, 1906

W. H. H. Wells Purchased the Leading Horton Hotel ~ May 11, 1906

Two Killed in Train Wreck ~ June 21, 1907

Can't We Have A Better Home ~ December 20, 1907

The Opinion of the County Health Officer as to the County Farm ~ January 10, 1908

We Need a Better Home For Our Poor ~ January 17, 1908

J. L. Robinson Killed During Car Race ~ September 25, 1908

Walter Meyer Dies En Route From Omaha ~ October 27, 1908

Smooth Bunco Game ~ September 24, 1909

A Reasonable Demand at the Brown County Poor Farm ~ December 24, 1909

Mrs. Samuel Adams Left Her Physician $25,000 ~ November 4, 1910

The Horrors of Peace for Lieut. Charles Browne ~ February 28, 1917

Eccentric Inmate of Poor Farm Claims to be Oil King's Relative (William Rockefeller) ~ July 2, 1917

$5 For Swatting Fly ~ December 21, 1917

Motor Accident Kills Kansan (William Chandler) ~ May 3, 1918

Lieut. Wes McManigle - Greatest Hero ~ February 1, 1919

Grief Led Alfred W. Lehnherr to Suicide ~ September 3, 1919

Inmate of Poor House Gives to European Relief (Miss Frances Clement) ~ January 15, 1921

Bodies of A. B. and Frank Carl To Be Disinterred ~ January 11, 1922

Mrs. Crook Tried To Shoot Husband ~ November 12, 1922

New Horton Church Dedicated ~ June 26, 1925

Picnic Ends In Tragedy In Horton ~ August 13, 1937

Two Die In Hotel Fire at Cobun Hotel ~ November 9, 1942

Love Story In Marble (John and Sarah Davis) ~ October 20, 1946

 

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