ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS

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Row At Hays City (Sheriff Peter Lanihan) ~ July 19, 1871

Butchery of Two Desperadoes ~ August 30, 1872

Sheriff Alexander Ramsey Shot ~ June 11, 1875

Hays City's Best Hotel Gone ~ February 26, 1889

No Bodies To Be Removed ~ March 15, 1893

The Bank of Victoria To Close ~ October 11, 1894

Balzar Goetz Found Murdered ~ March 31, 1900

Governor Stanley Opposes Sending Orphans to Kansas ~ November 23, 1901

An Incident of Captain Goodrich's Active Service ~ January 15, 1902

Bids To Remove Bodies Buried in Old Fort Hays Cemetery and Move to a National Cemetery  ~ July 7, 1905

Soldiers' Bodies Arrive ~ January 5, 1906

Missing Youth Found in "Monastery at Victoria, Kan." (Guy Dunbar) ~ August 12, 1906

Front Page News Articles taken from The Hays Free Press ~ June 13, 1908

Mrs. Chapman Saved On Brink of Grave ~ October 22, 1908

Bodies Dug Up In Streets of Hays City ~ May 31, 1909

Graduates at Hays ~ May 31, 1909

Largest Church in Kansas ~ August 27, 1916

Jeff Saunders' Barn Burned While He Slept ~ February 5, 1916

Poisoning From Eating Sardines Kills Kansan (A. B. Brungardt) ~ September 26, 1916

Lack of Gasoline Saved His Life (John O'Loughlin, Jr.) ~ August 11, 1917

Storm Brought Him Bloomers ~ August 22, 1917

They Come Back to Hays ~ April 29, 1920

Healthy Boy Awakens Blind--Doctors Puzzled (Isadore Lang) ~ March 9, 1921

A Class of Fifty Eight Will Graduate at Fort Hays ~ May 12, 1921

Kansas Editor Will Locate in New Mexico ~ July 9, 1922

Friends Lift Car Out of Ditch and Arrest Driver (Julius Anthony) ~ July 10, 1922

A Night At Riley's ~ July 27, 1922

James Herbert Wilton Saved From Pauper's Grave ~ April 20, 1923

When Annual Old Settlers' Picnic Was Big Event Year in Ellis County ~ November 11, 1929

Two Hays Woman and Pilot Make Trip Less than 2 Hours ~ November 11, 1929

Will Make Arrest in the Meis Case ~ November 11, 1929

Fine for Jesse Fisher ~ November 11, 1929

Rev. David McCleave Goes to Derby, Kans., Away Ten Days ~ November 11, 1929

Sternberg on Trip ~ November 11, 1929

Eleven Years Ago Tornado Swept over County, Killing Eight ~ November 11, 1929

Geyer Brothers ~ November 11, 1929

Suit On Tombstone ~ June 7, 1956

Gloria Schukman Injured by Auto ~ September 4, 1957

Lightning Hits Tank Battery, Oil Set Afire ~ September 6, 1957

The Site of Rome ~ January 29, 1959

 Rider Carrying Word of End of Mexican War Buried Here (Charles Wentz) ~ May 17, 1959

Neglected Mount Allen ~ July 21, 1959

He Leaves His Mark in Kansas Cemteries ~ May 27, 2001

 

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