Shelby County Indiana
The Kokomo Tribune
Shelbyville, Ind., Oct 7----A masked bandit held up Henry Booher, 65,
former Shelby county treasurer obtaining Booher's gold watch, $23, a $98
bank deposit certificate and his new automobile. The man stepped from
the county jail yard and on to the running board of the automobile and
forced Booher to drive two miles into the country. Booher was forced to
walk back to the city but his car was recovered later.
October 7, 1935
HOLDUP AT SHELBYVILLE
Contributed by Janet McColley Franklin
The Shelbyville Democrat
Trustee Henry Booher, of Marion township, transacted business in this city today.
November 28, 1914
Copied by Phyllis Miller Fleming
The Shelby Democrat
Dr. F. E. Ray, who has been touring in Utah for some time, has returned. He met some Shelbyville people while away, among them Joseph Chez, in Ogden, and Dr. Daniel Booher. The latter's health is much improved, according to Dr. Ray's statement.
July 27, 1905
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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