WICHITA COUNTY, KANSAS

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Mungo Park's Tooth-Drawing ~ February 25, 1864 

First White Child Born in Wichita County ~ January 10, 1886

Seven Men Shot ~ March 1, 1887

Leoti and Corondao Both Ready For A Conflict ~ March 4, 1887

The Coonado Men Released On Habeas Corpus And Admitted To The Ball ~ June 10, 1887

Jessie Hickmeyer Body Recovered From Well Tube ~ November 22, 1887

Mob Attempted To Take Thomas Allen ~ December 12, 1887

Lynchers Thwarted Fight Yesterday At Jail At Leoti ~ December 12, 1887

Wichita County War ~ February 14, 1888

Wichita County Makes Great Strides In Two Years ~ February 28, 1888

County Commissioner Travills Was Attacked ~ March 9, 1888

Sante Fe Leaves Wichita County ~ May 5, 1896

Railway Conductor Fatally Stabbed ~ October 29, 1898

Baptist Church At Leoti Will Lose Its Pastor ~ May 29, 1901

Boy Desperadoes ~ March 8, 1902

Religion Caused Anthony Nayer's Death ~ March 23, 1902

Kansas Snakes Are Busy ~ November 2, 1904

Possibilities of Oil For Fuel ~ November 1, 1907

John Rice Visiting His Father ~ April 24, 1909

Ola Johnson Electrocuted ~ July 11, 1913

Shumard Baby Died While On Way To Funeral ~ January 6, 1920

The Law Is After Mr. Goken, Of Leoti ~ May 29, 1923

Tornado Wrecks Towns, 35 Hurt ~ August 6, 1923

John Goerlitz ~ April 6, 1929

L. L. Wilson Visitin Brother Harry ~ November 25, 1932

Youth, Buddy Chapman, Drives  Car Into Crowd, Injuring Four ~ June 7, 1933

William McMillen Has A Freak Cafe'
 ~ August 9, 1933

Harry Trimble In New Trouble ~ December 12, 1936

Leoti Long Isolated ~ May 2, 1944

Mrs. John Meyer Fatally Shot By Grandson ~ August 19, 1944

Poor Farm Is Rich Farm ~ January 19, 1948

Marienthal Postmaster Retires After 35 Years ~ February 7, 1949

Rail Blast Jolts Selkirk ~ December 26, 1956

Wichita County Jail Escapee Captured Again ~ November 5, 1965

Dale Smith Back To Class ~ January 17, 1969

Leoti Police Chief Carl Simons' Murder and Richard McCowan's Trial ~ May 26, 1976

Optimism Runs Deep For Well's Future ~ January 31, 2002


One Doctor Has No Opposition

Banker Accidentally Killed - Robert J. Traver
 

 

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