MARSHALL  COUNTY,  KANSAS

NEWSPAPER  ITEMS  INDEX


Saloons Increased City Revenue

R. M. Stillwell, of the Poor Farm, Inherits $275,000 ~ August 17, 1875

William Helms Injured Keeper of Poor Farm ~ February 29, 1876

Wm. Mayhar Has 5 Wives ~ December 1, 1892

First Probate Judge William P. Hadden Dies - December 5, 1895

A Mother's Awful Deed ~ January 15, 1896

Kansas Farmer Kills His Wife ~ June 1, 1896

Fire at Beattie ~ April 23, 1897

Officer Murdered ~ April 8, 1898

Deputy Sheriff Killed at Marysville and Prisoners Liberated ~ April 9, 1898

Murderous Marshall County Prisoner Quickly Retaken ~ April 12, 1898

Folks Welcome Herman Heyers Home ~ November 4, 1898

Estelle Caught ~ May 15, 1900

Nearly 100 Persons in Marysville Poisoned By a Lunch ~ Maarch 3, 1906

Robert Vance Killed By An Automobile ~ October 12, 1906

Held for Father's Murder ~ January 25, 1908

Didn't Tell Assessor All; Feared Trouble; Suicided ~ April 19, 1909

Blue Rapids Will Build New Church ~ January 18, 1910

Marysville Unveils Soldiers' Monument ~ May 27, 1910

St. Gregory's School Will Open Monday ~ September 3, 1910

Five Want To Become Citizens ~ March 7, 1912

Catch A Bank Robber? ~ January 19, 1913

Marysville's Orchard, Old Landmark, Passes ~ January 22, 1914

Pastor L. Reinert Moves After 14 Years ~ April 16, 1914

Marysville Drafts Professor Smith ~ April 16, 1914

Four Drown While Swimming in River (Daniel, Kenneth, Thomas Landoll & Victor Meier)~ July 24, 1967

A Youthful "Chef" - Alvin Lord
 


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