COFFEY COUNTY, KANSAS

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Coffey County Poor Farm Bonds ~ June 4, 1874

Would-Be Murderer Rebuffed ~ August 15, 1891

Local News ~ October 30, 1891

The Cost of Maintaining the Poor Farm ~ September 1, 1892

Suicide by Laudanum (William H. Bear) ~ September 3, 1893

Andrew Franklin May Receive A Pension at 102 ~ January 26, 1894

Sheriff's Sale ~ August 17, 1894

The Doctor Killed Him ~ December 30, 1894

Gridley, Kan., Wrecked In Storm ~ September 14, 1895

Elder Clyde Sharp Accepts Pastorate ~ November 28, 1895

Teeth Extracted Without Pain ~ May 1, 1896


Walter McGee Assaulted and Robbed ~ June 15, 1896

Coffey or Franklin? Which County Will Name the State Senator? ~ June 16, 1896

A Queer Attempt at Suicide (Mary Carpenter) ~ August 25, 1896

Star Clothing House Accident ~ October 13, 1896

Conductor Hackett Injured on Train ~ October 24, 1896

M. K. & T. Railway Sues Coffey County ~ January 19, 1897

A Gridley Man (Frank Acock) Will Strive To Travel Around The World On Foot ~ April 13, 1897

Alex Blair Tried to Make Gasoline Burn ~ July 9, 1897

A Waverly, Kan., Failure ~ July 22, 1897

Remarkable Case of an Official Who Wants to Resign and Can't ~ October 5, 1897

Calcium in Coffey County ~ February 4, 1898

Coffey County Courthouse to be Condemned ~ February 24, 1898

Coal Oil Inspector a Suicide (F. S. Baursfeld) ~ March 12, 1898

Stabbing Affray at Waverly ~ Friday ~ April 8, 1898

A Burlington Suicide (Charles Custer) ~ April 12, 1898

Report That Leroy Is Opposed to Negro Residents ~ July 29, 1898

Phil Wagoner Brought Five Pelican to Town ~ August 31, 1898

Is It a State Offense? ~ September 29, 1898

Burglars at Waverly ~ January 6, 1899

Another Lawyer Coming (Mr. Uncapher) ~ january 13, 1899


Dedication of New Odd Fellows' Hall at Lebo ~ May 18, 1899

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idnapped a Kansas Girl ~ July 11, 1899

Killed Himself With Arsenic (C. R. Porter) ~ November 4, 1899

A New Industry ~ November 15, 1899

A Whiskey Drummer's Rapid Flight From Waverly, Kan. ~ Februry 27, 1900

Disastrous Fire at Waverly ~ March 9, 1900

Suicide of a Former Kansan (F. O. Dickensheets) ~ April 10, 1900

A Coffey County Murder (John Allen) & Trial ~ April 21, 1900

Corn for India from Waverly ~ May 11, 1900

Lebo's Honest Plasterer, J. W. Brown ~ May 25, 1900

Fire at Leroy ~ June 15, 1900

Suicide at Lebo (George Davis) ~ October 30, 1900

Mrs. Charles Crowl Met Death By Poison ~ November 27, 1900

Burlington Woman Killed (Renatha Klingenberg) ~ December 4, 1900

Step-Child's Murderer Charged ~ After 1900

Whiskey Drummer Fined ~ February 1, 1901

Accidentally Shot Himself (Frank Carey) ~ September 6, 1901

Shot Himself on a Train (Mr. Peck) ~ February 7, 1902

Cistern Patent ~ April 4, 1902

Killed Her Step Child (Edwards) ~ July 1, 1902

James Leslie Ingrum Killed ~ September 12, 1902

Mrs. Jennie Edwards Found Not Guilty ~ September 12, 1902

Three Killed, Thirty Hurt in Greenwood and Coffey Counties ~ October 11, 1903

Burlington Waterworks to Close ~ July 26, 1904

Woodmen Cut Corn ~ October 28, 1904

No Trace of Horse Thieves ~ October 4, 1905

Charivari with Shotguns ~ June 30, 1906

Pumping Station Burns ~ August 3, 1906

Mrs. Mary Norton Burned By Gasoline ~ August 23, 1906

How He Was Killed (Albert Jones) ~ September 7, 1906

Banks Are Consolidated ~ March 29, 1907

T
ruancy Officer Sues Coffey Co. (Henry Jackson) ~ August 31, 1907

Rev. W. M. Covert Resigned ~ October 30, 1907

Waverly Boy Drowned (Emmett Atchison) ~ July 10, 1908

Strawn Church Has Good Meeting ~ July 27, 1908

"Unloaded" Gun Killed Him (James MacLaskey) ~ August 21, 1908

New Preacher at LeRoy ~ January 15, 1909

Many Cemeteries in Coffey County ~ May 28, 1909

Lightning Strikes and Burns 2 Barns ~ July 10, 1909

Insane LeRoy Boy, William Gibson, In County Jail ~ June 9, 1910

Eddie Meek Accepted A Postion As Traveling Salesman ~ January 20, 1911

Clyde Frazee Has Three Wives ~ March 7, 1911

Game Warden Starts Row ~ June 16, 1911

George Robinson Leaves Fiancee (Elizabeth Graves)  $1,000 ~ April 12, 1912

Big Fire at Lebo ~ November 6, 1912

Walter McGuire Breaks the Record ~ December 23, 1912

Lieutenant Bodkin Injured ~ June 25, 1913

Bought A Mill ~ July 4, 1913


The Lebo Violets ~ July 16, 1913

New Depot for Lebo ~ June 8, 1914

After New Hospital ~ February 17, 1916

H. P. Rosenberger Is Arrested In Burlington, Kan. ~ September 29, 1916

Motor Car Flywheel Kills ~ January 1, 1917

Big Mules ~ January 20, 1917

They Found Out (John Ledbetter & T. E. Johns) ~ January 30, 1917

A Barn Burned ~ February 10, 1917

Roy Theodore Jones Accidentally Shot ~ February 19, 1917

Lost Their Marriage Certificate ~ February 26, 1917

To Jail For Trespass ~ April 26, 1917

Good Roads - Capital Highway ~ July 4, 1918


Bessie Williams Employed to Teach ~ April 28, 1919

Reward for Missing Lebo Man (Lawrence Ewan) ~ July 7, 1919

Mrs. Dorothy Bird vs. H. B. Reid ~ October 22, 1921

Suicide Was "Check Kiting" Kansas Banker ~ November 5, 1921

Murder of Elizabeth & Ross Wrinkle & Trial of  Berry Wrinkle ~ February 25, 1922

Mrs. Florence Knoblock Murder & Trial ~ June 1, 1925

Easter Program by Mrs. Ada Mongtomery ~ April 12, 1929


Kansas Bank is Robbed ~ May 3, 1930

Man Dies After Cutting Throat & Jumping into Fire (Dave Williams) ~ October 15, 1937

 

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