Shelby County Indiana
The Indianapolis Star
SHELBYVILLE -- Paul Durham
of Indianapolis was fined $1 in the mayor's court here for speeding a big
touring car. Durham was on his way from Indianapolis to St. Paul to
deliver the car to George Hess, a saloon keeper.
May 5, 1915
Page 6 Column 4
Contributed by Virginia Latta Curulla
Miss Minnie, daughter of George Hess, of St. Paul, and Elmer Shortridge, son of James Shortridge, also of St. Paul, were married in this city one week ago this evening at the home of and by the Rev. H. O. Pritchard. The young couple went to Indianapolis, where the groom is employed as a machinist and where they will make their future home. The marriage was kept a secret and was not publicly known until late Tuesday evening.
Wednesday May 15, 1907
Page 1 column 4
Contributed by Barb Huff
The Shelby Democrat
Dr. M. M. Hess, of Morristown, who was arrested here yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Andrews, on a grand jury warrant, charging him with having performed a criminal operation on a daughter of Oliver Sexton, a farmer living in the northern part of the county [the article continues].
May 31, 1894
Page 3 column 3
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
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