GRAHAM COUNTY, KANSAS

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The Largest Colored Colony in America! ~ April 16, 1877

Messrs. Stevenson Received Car Goods ~ March 21, 1885

Mrs. Van Dyke Postmaster ~ April 25, 1885

Grissinger's Horses Under Quarantine ~ April 25, 1885

A Hail Storm Lays Waste The Crops ~ June 20, 1885

Nathaniel Crank Candidate for Sheriff ~ October 10, 1885

H.J. Harwi Going to Pennsylvania ~ November 21, 1885

Graham County Millbrook Times Feb. 26 ~ March 6, 1886

Claim Jumpers - They Wake up A Neighbor ~ March 20, 1886

Mrs. H. C. Moseley Has Been Ill ~ March 20, 1886

Happy Hollow Happeings - South Graham County May 4 ~ May 8, 1886

Annie Schwendener Headed Back Home ~ May 8, 1886

Mort Boy Thrown from Buggy ~ July 10, 1886

Graham County Notes ~ July 24, 1886

Help Them (Mr. & Mrs. Franklin) ~ April 2, 1887

Mrs. T. Lawliss & Babe Visiting Mrs. M. J. Smith ~ April 2, 1887

Furious Fire ~ April 16, 1887

Mrs. M. J. Smith & Son Moving Near Hill City ~ August 27, 1887

N. B. Miller and Family Coming to Graham County ~ September 10, 1887

Milt Singrey's Wife Ill ~ October 22, 1887

W.S. McGinnis Stayed ~ December 3, 1887

C. L. Vaughan Goes to Graham County ~ December 3, 1887

A White Bummer Kills A Black Peace Disturber ~ March 10, 1888

F. G. Bower Visits Brother ~ May 26, 1888

Second Baptist Church Dedication ~ May 26, 1888

A Young Man Killed (Homer Jobes) ~ June 9, 1888

Messrs. Phillips, Smith, Shranyer & Temp Smith Grading on New Railroad ~ July 14, 1888

W. H. Sommerville Goes Calling ~ July 14, 1888

Killed by LIghtning - Jesse Beecher ~ July 14, 1888

Wm. Stout Arrested ~ October 20, 1888

C. H. Moseley in Wa-Keeney ~ November 3, 1888

Son of Jno. Wilson Bitten by Rattle Snake ~ February 23, 1889

Peter Moran Accident ~ February 23, 1889

Willie Walton is Shot and Instantly Killed by Harry Wheeler ~ April 13, 1889

School District No. 7 Runs Nicely ~ November 8, 1890

George Jones Asking to be Presidental Elector ~ March 4, 1892

Alleged Conspiracy Against the Life & Property of a Graham Co. Man (Eugene P. Bancroft, Mrs. E. Parish) - July 7, 1892

Sid Goff Captured - July 7, 1892

Wants Soldiers All Buried Together ~ September 24, 1896

Found it was Loaded (Jimmie Mowery) - May 8, 1900

Graham County Republicans September 17 ~ September 18, 1900

Olive Kackley Only Feminine Register in Kansas ~ December 11, 1902

Great Joy of Kansas ~ August 16, 1903

Honors For Miss P. E. Jones ~ June 10, 1905

Second Wolf Hunt - March 12, 1908

Morlan Township News - March 12, 1908

Nicodemus Items - March 12, 1908

Pleasant Hill Items - March 12, 1908

Local News, People's Reveille - March 12, 1908

Pleasant Hill Items - December 24, 1908

Bow Creek - December 24, 1908

Baptist Church Notes - December 24, 1908

Presbyterian Church Notes - December 24, 1908

New State Bank for Bogue ~ June 3, 1909

Local News, People's Reveille - July 17, 1909

Pleasant Hill Items - July 17, 1909

Nicodemus Has a Farmers' Institute ~ January 26, 1910

Bogue Hotel Is Sold ~ May 18, 1911

Chicken Bone Causes Rex Rubison To Lose Eye ~ December 14, 1911

Found Burglar Tools ~ May 13, 1916

Talk of Disorganizing Rural High School ~ December 8, 1922

Lonetta Alexander Christmas vacation ~ January 5, 1923

Morland Monitor - May 24, 1923

Richardon's Entertain ~ August 22, 1924

Nesbitt's Greeting Friends - October 24, 1929

Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Stober were Visitors - November 7, 1929

Hazel Franklin & Daughter Visiting - November 7, 1929

Dinner at Hall's - November 7, 1929

Ernest Kobler Falls - November 14, 1929

Wm. Kobler having 15 x 24 Foot Metal Building Erected - November 14, 1929

Mrs. Gilbert Griffith & Sons Here - November 21, 1929

Earl Woods Family Moves - November 28,1 929

Mrs. Ivan Parker & Mother Enjoy Visit - December 12, 1929

W. T. McAmis & Wife Travel to Wichita - December 12, 1929

Huntington's Combine Shopping & Business - December 19, 1929

Mr. & Mrs. Frank Brown Spent Several days with Mr. & Mrs. John Custine ~ January 2, 1930

Penokee Items - January 9, 1930

Penokee Items ~ January 16, 1930

Chas. McGuire Made Semi-Annual Trip ~ January 30, 1930

J. R. & Arthur Nicholson Looking After Interests in City ~ January 30, 1930

Griffith's Visiting at Fayetteville ~ February 20, 1930

Mrs. J. J. Goad Purchased The Radio Inn ~ February 20, 1930

Floyd Mowry Accompanied Mrs. Belle Mowry ~ February 27, 1930

Leo Kobler & Wife Spent Week with C. L. Koblers ~ February 27, 1930

Frank Brown Barber Shop Moves - March 20, 1930

Sarah White Burnt - March 27, 1930

Dr. Willard Brown Drove to Manka to Sunday - March 27, 1930

F. T. Naylor & A. R. Spurrier Greeting Friends - March 27, 1930

Guests at Minor Young Home ~ April 3, 1930

Hatchers Have Old Fashion Home Coming ~ April 3, 1930

Phila Nicholson Helping to Entertain ~ April 3, 1930

County Attorney J. S. Parker Accepts Invitation ~ April 10,1930

Otto Kobler Keeping House ~ April 10,1 930

Mrs. Mowry Spectacles Disappeared ~ April 10,1930

Mr. & Mrs. Earl Humes & Imogene Arrive ~ April 10, 1930

Thirteen Enumerators Counting Noses in Graham County - April 10, 1930

Mrs. Ruth Brown Returned Home ~ April 17, 1930

Theron Smith Makes Bi-Monthly Business Trip ~ April 17, 1930

Hit & Run Driver (Dolores Hatcher) - April 17, 1930

H. C. Smith Still Sick - April 24, 1930

Willis L. Mowry is Ill ~ April 24, 1930

Several Young Folks Attending College ~ April 24, 1930

Kobler's Meredith and Pratt Drive to Colorado ~ April 24, 1930

Ray Butler Leased Hotel ~ April 24, 1930

John Rutherford's Visitors Sunday Afternoon ~ April 24, 1930

Mrs. Frank Brown Takes Over Dew Drop Inn Cafe - May 8, 1930

Clint Nicholson Greets Friends - May 8, 1930

Gilbert Brown & Family Visit the Mowry's - May 8, 1930

George Butler "Hello" ~ May 15, 1930

Mr. and Mrs. Minor Young Company ~ May 15, 1930

Mrs. Belle Mowry Surprised ~ May 22, 1930

Leo Kobler Is at Home ~ May 29,1 930

Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Huntington Spent Hours with Friends ~ June 5, 1930

Mrs. Minor Young Goes to Beloit ~ June 26, 1930

Nicodemus Township News ~ June 26, 1930

G. M. Nicholson Announces Candidancy ~ June 26, 1930

A. J. Mowry Has Piece of Culvert in Eye ~ July 3, 1930

Dr. W. E. Mowery, Sr., Suffers Broken Bone in Wreck ~ July 3, 1930

Chester Baird & Wife Assisted Relatives Through Harvest ~ July 17, 1930

Mrs. Belle Mowry Visitors ~ July 17, 1930

Mrs. Belle Mowry Surprised ~ July 17, 1930

Ross Smith Came From Salina ~ July 17, 1930

Trexler Sells Bogue Store ~ July 17, 1930

Lodema Young went to Beloit ~ July 24, 1930

Young Annual Reunion Held - July 31, 1930

Mrs. A. J. Mowry, J. Theodore Kiggins & Lloyd Mowry Visit Hill City Relatives - July 31, 1930

W. L. Mowry Ill - August 7, 1930

Delia Bell Accompanies Dr. Lottie Law & Findley Home - August 14, 1930

Adolphus Parker Family Arrived Monday - August 14, 1930

Anna Lee Stites Birthday Celebration - August 14, 1930

Alvin Young Joins the Marines - August 14, 1930

For Shooting Sheriff Joyce Blackman ~ August 14, 1930

Albert Kobler Transacting Business ~ August 21, 1930

Mr. & Mrs. Len Hall Host Dinner ~ August 21, 1930

A Farewell Picnic (W. R. Wililams & Eva & Bernice Stites - August 21, 1930

Miss Ella Bell Spends Vacation with Relatives ~ August 28, 1930

J. R. Niholson Looking After Business Interests ~ August 28, 1930

Kobler, Goad & Hardman Spent Vacation Period in Kansas City ~ August 28, 1930

Partial List of Jurors ~ August 28, 1930

Mrs. Eva Stites & Family Left for West Virginia ~ August 28, 1930

Smith Grocery Store ~ August 28, 1930

Youngs Left Sunday Morning ~ September 4, 1930

Mrs. C. A. Brown & Henrietta Girley Returned Home ~ September 11, 1930)

Wm. Kobler & Chas. Hildebrand Drove to Salina ~ September 11, 1930

Parker's Left for Lincoln, Nebraska ~ September 11, 1930

A Card from Mr. & Mrs. Neil Smith ~ September 11, 1930

Otto Kobler Leaving for Boulder, Colorado ~ September 18, 1930

Berdeen Pearce Falls ~ September 18, 1930

W. L. Mowry has Visitors ~ September 25, 1930

Lightning Does Damage ~ September 25, 1930

Arlene & Leona Kobler ~ September 25, 1930

Mrs. Carl Kobler Called to Home of Daughter ~ Setpember 25, 1930

Students in Wreck ~ October 2, 1930

Mrs. Ernest Bangle III ~ October 2, 1930

Mrs. Nesbitt & Daughter Went to Oakley ~ October 2, 1930

Miss Fanny McGuire Visiting Morland High School ~ October 2, 1930

Mr. & Mrs. Lester J. Smith & Daughter Spent week at C. A. Force & W. H. Smith Homes ~ October 2, 1930

Ira McGuire Made Trip to Center ~ October 2, 1930

Clyde Smith & Family Spent Weekend at Mr. & Mrs. W. A. Brand ~ October 2, 1930

Pleasant Home School News ~ October 9, 1930

Dist. 79 News Items ~ October 16, 1930

Shiloh News Items ~ October 16, 1930

Mr. & Mrs. Tony Hobson had Visitors ~ October 16, 1930

The Penokee W. F. M. S. Met ~ October 16, 1930

Round Springs Items - October 23, 1930

Brownville News; By English Class of Grade Eight - October 23, 1930

Harry Brown has A Party - October 30, 1930

Shiloh News Items ~ October 30, 1930

I. X. L. News by Rosalie Stites, Teacher ~ October 30, 1930

Brown Family in Colorado This Week ~ October 30, 1930

He's An Expert ~ November 6, 1930

Columbia School Items by Bertha Avery ~ November 6, 1930

Joe Nicholson Fixing up Ed Clark House ~ November 6, 1930

Butler's Attend Girl Reserve Convention ~ November 6, 1930

Swaney Produce Moves ~ November 13, 1930

District 37 Items ~ November 20, 1930

I. X. L. Notes by Rosalie Stites ~ November 27, 1930

Glenn Mowry & Wife Visitors of W. L. Mowry ~ December 11, 1930

Lee Holmes Sells ~ December 18, 1930

Arden Wallace Comes Home ~ December 25, 1930

Mary Parker Left Saturday ~ December 25, 1930

Parker's Home from Kansas City ~ December 25, 1930

Parker's Arrived in Hill City ~ December 25, 1930

Guy Brown & Wife Making Holiday Purchases ~ December 25, 1930

F. R. Parker Drove to Norton ~ December 25, 1930

Wallace's Enjoy Christmas Vacation ~ December 25, 1930

McCoys in Trouble - January 1, 1931

The Cherrylot Club ~ January 1, 1931

Mr. & Mrs. Lester Griffrith Spent Sunday with Mr. Ira Bell & Family ~ January 1, 1931

Miss Parker Spends Weekend with Father, F. R. Parker ~ January 1, 1931

Mary Smith Visits School ~ January 8, 1931

Guests at Roy Hinkhouse Home ~ January 8, 1931

Phila Nicholson Called to Hill City ~ January 22, 1931

Cleo Eagon Visited Mr. & Mrs. B. D. Brown Family ~ January 22, 1931

Brown's Have Been Ill ~ January 22, 1931

Ted Brown Working ~ January 22, 1931

Mrs. White & Russell Back from Shenandoah, Iowa ~ January 29, 1931

Miss Wheeler Working at Butler Hotel ~ January 29, 1931

J. W. Brown Grinding ~ January 29, 1931

Lavina Bell Spends Sunday with Amy Clark ~ January 29, 1931

Rutherford's Have Guests ~ January 29, 1931

Leota Bell out with Cold ~ January 29, 1931

W. L. Bell out with Cold ~ January 29, 1931

Frankie Nicholson Car Stolen ~ January 29, 1931

Murray Wallace Makes Business Trip ~ January 29, 1931

Helen Rome Has Visitors ~ February 12, 1931

Snows Family Reunion ~ February 19, 1931

Mrs. Smith Recovering ~ February 26, 1931

John Bell & Wife Moved ~ February 26, 1931

Charley Swank & Family Moved ~ February 26, 1931

Mr. & Mrs. Charley Swank Guests of Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Jackson ~ February 26, 1931

Mr. & Mrs. Charley Swank Moving ~ February 26, 1931

Wm. Smith Ran Over ~ February 26, 1931

Mrs. F. A. Switzer Is Ill ~ February 26, 1931

Mr. & Mrs. Ray Butler Spends Weekend with Relatives ~ February 26, 1931

Mrs. Glen Mowry Makes Drive ~ March 5, 1931

New Case Dealer ~ April 2, 1931

Cupid Defeated ~ April 2, 1931

Otto Kobler & John Ferris Spend Mid-Semester Vacation with C. L. Kobler & Wire ~ April 2, 1931

Merle Stites & Family Moved ~ April 9, 1931

Hunsicker is Defeated ~ April 9, 1931

Dr. & Mrs. Brown & Sons Drive to Mankato ~ April 16, 1931

Select Jury Panel ~ April 16, 1931

Smith Family Reunion ~ August 18, 1932

Elsie Smith Family Reunion - August 18, 1932

William Fulkerson Sentenced To Six Months ~ July 5, 1933

Mr. Gilbert Alexander Called Home ~ February 28, 1937

Jay S. Parker 1st Ass't Atty. Gen'l Asks Promotion ~ May 20, 1938

Attack Will of Hill City Man ~ November 30, 1948

Mikie Walts Seriously Ill ~ September 22, 1955

Flames Fatal to Two at Hill City ~ July 8, 1956

Alleged School Burglars Appear At Hill City ~ (Lawrence & Wilber Gates) ~ March 24, 1961

Harlie Mitchem Resigns ~ October 13, 1962

'Rustler' Freed on $1,500 Bond (James Thomas) ~ March 27, 1964

Bob Edgett Is Electrocute ~ July 27, 1968

Search for Father in Hill City Deaths ~ November 21, 1974

 

 

 

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