CLAY COUNTY, KANSAS


Railway Convention at Clay Centre, The Leavenworth Bulletin, July 23 ~ 1871

Finding a Lost Girl (Mary Forsythe) ~ November 7, 1877

A Barber Suicides (H. T. Matherly) ~ July 13, 1882

David Bodine Lost A Hand ~ July 26, 1883

Sherman Martin Charged With Stealing A Pocket Book ~ September 6, 1883

J. C. Stewart Run Over by Train and Instantly Killed ~ March 21, 1895

Suicide at Clay Center ~ March 4, 1898

Clay Center Offers to Divide Asylum Appropriation With Wellington ~ January 24, 1899

A Kansas Family Murdered, Kansas City Star ~ March 3, 1899

John Gilbert, Kansas Murderer, Appeals for Mercy, Kansas City Star ~ March 7, 1899

Walter McMurray Drowned in Kansas, Kansas City Star ~ April 10, 1899

Wellington and Clay Center Will Fuse on the Asylum Deal ~ June 15, 1899

Sarah Harris Adjudged Insane ~ February 8, 1900

Big Coursing Meet ~ March 22, 1901

Attorney General Arrested for Taking Jackson Child ~ April 12, 1904

George Durrin Remembered The Poor in His Will ~ February 2, 1905

Attorney General Coleman Hanged In Effigy ~ August 14, 1906

Clay Co. Farmer Commits Suicide (Malcolm McNeal) ~ August 31, 1907

Eleven Elephants Loose ~ August 21, 1909

Clay Center Finishing New High School Building ~ August 21, 1909

Founder of Clay Center Lives in Courthouse There ~ December 16, 1910

Old 'Doctor Bill' ~ January 29, 1913

McCarty Visits Clay Center ~ February 25, 1913

Clay Center Man (Allan W. Robinson) Went Down With Lusitania ~ May 10, 1915

A City Light Plant Paid ~ July 3, 1915

Clay Center Wants A Machine Gun Company, June 25, 1916

Dr. E. C. Morgan Ordered To France ~ August 22, 1917

C. E. Aber Back Home, Coquille Valley Sentinel, Coquille, Oregon, May 23, 1924

 

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