MISCELLANEOUS NEWSPAPER ARTICLES

HODGEMAN COUNTY, KANSAS

 

Wm. McNabney's farm house, east of Jetmore, was torn to pieces, with all its contents, by the wind.
(The Chanute Times ~ May 18, 1900)

REBUILD  JETMORE  H. S.  AT  ONCE

Jetmore, Kan. --- The contract for the new Hodgeman county high school building to replace the one burned some weeks ago, has been let.  The same plans will be used and part of the old material will probably be available.  The school hopes to be in the new building the first of the year.
(The Chanute Times ~ September 27, 1912)

ALLEGED  COUNTERFEITER  HELD

Jetmore, Kan. --- Philip Ross, who was arrested here for passing counterfeit money, was given a preliminary hearing before the United States court at Wichita and was bound over to the United States district court.  ross admitted having a die among his possessions at Hanston where he was arrested.
(The Chanute Times ~ April 5, 1912)

MARBURG - YERKES

Mrs. A. B. Jetmore, Mrs. Albrecht Marburg and Mrs. Hulburt Yerkes have returned from Jetmore, Kan., where they attended the fall festival. Mrs. Jetmore presented to the town of Jetmore a portrait of her husband, the late A. B. Jetmore for whom the place was named. The picture was painted by Mr. George M. Stone. The portrait will hang in the court house at Jetmore.
(The Topeka State Journal ~ October 13, 1916 ~ Page 9 ~ Submitted by Peggy Thompson)


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