Ottawa  County, Kansas

Newspaper  Items

 
Six Horses Were Stolen ~ January 16, 1868

County Seat Question ~ July 19, 1871

Senatorial Convention ~ July 27, 1871

James Williams to Attend School In Topeka ~ February 29, 1872

Ottawa News ~ February 29, 1872

From The Smoky to the Solomon ~ October 10, 1872

A Fossil Saurian ~ May 13, 1884

R. M. Goucher First To Enroll ~ March 12, 1885

Freight Trains Now Run Regularly ~ June 17, 1886

R. S. See Has Opened A General Merchandise Store ~ June 17, 1886

Railroad To Build Road ~ June 24, 1886

A Drive To Tescott ~ July 8, 1886

Many Cattle Are Dying ~ December 23, 1886

Solomon News ~ August 4, 1887

Salina District M.E. Church Camp Meeting ~ August 11, 1887

Hon. M. B. Nicholson For Re-Election ~ October 20, 1887

Charles Rotrock Has Been Pardoned ~ May 24, 1888

Helen Eacker Read "Mental Arithmetic" ~ December 6, 1888

Suit Against A Telegraph Company ~ November 28, 1889

George Scott Moved His New Engine ~ February 27, 1890

Horse Thieves Bound Over ~ June 26, 1890

Soren Brown Was In The City ~ July 16, 1891

Death Comes to The Latest Company ~ July 30, 1891

Guy Adams Left Last Evening ~ January 21, 1892

E. P. Webster and W. N. Hagler Were In Town ~ June 9, 1892

Endorsement For The Office of State Senator ~ November 3, 1892

Big Gathering of Veterans ~ September 6, 1894

Tescott Bank Robbed ~ September 7, 1894

Estate of Morris Johnson Is Suing for $10,000 Damages ~ December 22, 1894

A Few Interesting Figures From Delphos ~ January 28, 1898

A Crook Escapes ~ October 25, 1898

Major Harvey Spoken Well Of ~ December 30, 1898

Mrs. Weeper Died While At Prayer ~ April 22, 1899

George Thouston Killed In Football Game ~ October 18, 1899

New Odd Fellows Hall At Delphos ~ November 30, 1899

John Blagg Commits Suicide ~ May 1, 1900

The Strange Story Of A Wronged Woman ~ April 12, 1901

Delphos Has A New $10,000 School House ~ October 24, 1901

Hurtig Daughter Drowned In A Steal Tank ~ July 1, 1904

Henry Derringer Pays For His Fun ~ September 7, 1905

Ottawa County Poor Farm For Sale ~ January 31, 1906

Floyd Skidmore Killed By Freight Train ~ October 4, 1907

New Ottawa County Poor Farm ~ June 24, 1911

Thomas Hally Spent The Weekend With Friends ~ July 21, 1913

Mrs. Cheney Returned Home ~ December 15, 1916

Find Slain Man Near Wichita ~ August 28, 1917

More Americans Made Prisoners ~ July 13, 1918

Price Carlis Is Guest Of His Mother ~ August 30, 1921 
 

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