One reason for paying attention to these is that some of the more serious crimes resulted in prison time, which often makes it more difficult to find the person in the next census.
The Kenefic Dispatch
January 9, 1914
Criminal Cases, County Court
The following criminal cases have been filed the past week in the county court:
Amos Smith and Pat Moore, violating prohibition law, two cases.
Jim Dugan, W. N. Hines, and Will Ellis, violating prohibition law, two cases.
Joe Key, disposing of mortgaged property.
C. N. Goodman, violating prohibition law, two cases.
A. Medina, assault to kill.
A. Medina, carrying concealed weapon.
Gus Tutton, Tal Tutton, and Gales Christian, murder.
Dock Hall, Gus Stringer, assault and battery.
Clem LeFlore and Harve Hull, burglary.
Harve Hull and Gus Stringer, disturbing religious worship.
Howell Gray, Jr. Gray, and R. N. Jones, public drunkenness.
Jack Estes, violating prohibition law.