Lyman County, South Dakota  Genealogy

Lyman County Argus Leader and Oacoma Gazette Leader  
Both published at Oacoma, SD

 
1904 and 1909

 A through G   H-M   N-Z


"Down Memory Lane" - 100 years ago  articles are extracted (in five-year increments) from the old newspaper-bound books and transcribed for
republication
in the Chamberlain-Oacoma Sun . Transcribed and submitted by Mark Nesladek,   Thanks Mark!

These have been indexed by barbara stallman-speck and posted here  March 09, 2010.



    

NAME

CONTENT AND NEWSPAPER AND ITS ISSUE DATE

ABOURNECK

The death of Joseph ABOURNECK (Abouresk?) who drowned in the Bad river was the first death recorded in Lyman County under the new law.

ABRAHAMSON

Miss Rachael ABRAHAMSON and George MANGER, both of Kennebec, were married Tues in Oacoma.  June 17  1909  Arg

ALBERT

Three children of Mrs. Jennie ALBERT have come down with Scarlet fever. The family is under quarantine. Mar 9, 1905  Gaz

ALDERSON

D.E. ALDERSON is now in charge of the J.F. Anderson lumber yard.   Nov. 9, 1905

ALLEN

Nelson HARMAN and Miss Caroline ALLEN secured the services of the M.E. CHURCH pastor in Chamberlain to pronounce the words making them  husband
and wife.   Apr 27 1904  Gaz   

ALTIG

Four fellows from Reliance made five-year final proofs on their claims. To get to Reliance, due to the trains not running, F.H. LESTER, George MCMANUS, George L. ALTIG and Wm. C. CULLEN got hold of a hand car and pumped it to Oacoma and back.   June 17  1909  Arg

ANDERSON

J.F. ANDERSON Lumber Co has a supply of coal and hard coal. Oacoma Apr 8, 1909 Arg

ANDERSON

Neal ANDERSON and Carl S SPISSMAN of Plankinton are looking over Lyman county land as possible places to set up a homestead. Mar 30, 1905  Gaz        

ANDERSON

O.R. HESS from Bijou Hills was a witness in William Anderson’s proof  Apr 20, 1905  Gaz 

ANDERSON

Superintendent ANDERSON has upgraded to a large and powerful draft team from his ponies to work in his hayfield.  Aug  10 1905  Gaz  

ANDERSON

Mr. Orsen JOHNSON and Miss Clara ANDERSON were married in Plankinton. They will live in Lyman County where Mr. Johnson has located a claim. Sept. 14, 1905  Gaz

ANDERSON

Supt. ANDERSON shot over 12 ducks, a hawk, coyote and eagle white visiting schools in the northern and western part of the county.   Nov. 9, 1905

ARGO

Lyman County Judge C.S. ARGO has partnered with W.E. SWEENEY in the real estate business. Mr. Argo has. has experience in land transactions.    Mar 30, 1905   Gaz

ARLINGTON

Roy ARLINGTON of Draper and Miss Carie J. PESSLER, of Van Metre were married Wednesday at the home of Judge Greene.   Mar 25, 1909  Arg

ARMSTRONG

Mrs. Mary L.  ARMSTRONG, mother of L.L. Armstrong died Sunday. He accompanied her remains to Ridgeway, Ia.  Oct. 12, 1905  Gaz

ARTZ

Newlyweds Judge John G. BARTINE and Miss Elizabeth ARTZ arrived in Oacoma on Number 8 train and were greeted in true frontier hospitality by many of their friends.   Mar 18, 1909 Arg  

ARTZ

Miss ARTZ just received a new line of goods for the Fourth and other ladies’ furnishing goods.  June 29  1905 Gaz

AULD

H.A. HOLMES, LN. AULD, and W.G. KENASTON are the only original pioneers of the town of Sherman, then Gladstone, now Oacoma. Mr. Kenaston was here visiting family.  Apr 8, 1909 Arg

AULD

 Attorney I.N. AULD has been ill since Friday with erysipelas which has spread from the face and neck.  Oct. 12, 1905  Gaz

BAKER

The Oacoma Cement Plant is up and running now producing many thousands of building bricks. Mr. BAKER expects to hire at least 20 men in July.     May 11 1909   Arg  

BARKER

W. BARKER, who recently started the brick manufacturing business in Oacoma  says business is the best ever and 42 cars were unloaded in a half day last week.  May 27 1909  Arg

BARLOW

A  good cement walk on Lichtenstein Avenue to the railroad tracks is being poured by Frank MARTIN and W.G. KENASTON and their teams. E.A. BARLOW is also pouring a walk in front of his residence. June 10 1909 Arg     June 10 1909 Arg  

BARLOW

Mr. A.E. BARLOW has taken charge of the Pioneer Hotel in Oacoma . Aug 3 1905 Gaz

BARTHOLOW

D.H. BARTHOLOW of Dirkstown expects to have at least 10 wagon loads of melons to sell.   Sept. 21  1905  Gaz

BARTHOLOW

Miss Ruth BARTHOLOW and Mr. Allen T. FARRELL, both of Reliance were married Tuesday evening.  Nov. 11, 1909   Arg

BARTINE

The three Oacoma councilmen elect, Peter B. DIRKS, T.B. STRONG and J.G. BARTINE, hosted a banquet for the citizens of Oacoma on their behalf. One hundred suppers were furnished in the court room and speeches were made. Mar 18, 1909 Arg  

BARTINE

Newlyweds Judge John G. BARTINE and Miss Elizabeth ARTZ arrived in Oacoma on Number 8 train and were greeted in true frontier hospitality by many of their friends.   Mar 18, 1909 Arg  

BARTINE

Bartine and MCLAIN possess a complete set of Great Sioux Reservation land plats. Mar 30, 1905   Gaz

BATES

Sherman BATES visited in Lyman County last week for the intention to file on a claim.  Apr 20, 1905  Gaz 

BEAR DOCTOR

Miss Agnes CHASING WOLF and Moses BEAR DOCTOR were married Monday by A.E. BAILEY.This was A.E. Bailey’s first marriage performance as he was a former rancher, not a match maker.  May 25 1905  Gaz

BEESON

Mr. William MILLAR Jr. of Iona was united in holy matrimony to Miss Agnes BEESON of Armour in Armour.    Oct. 12, 1905  Gaz

BELL

Kennebec  residents, Orin L. CLARK and Mina BELL were married Friday afternoon at the Christian church. They will live in Nebraska where Mrs. Clark has a claim. Sept. 16 1909   Arg

BENEDICT

 Oacoma now has a jewelry store and is owned by Mr. BENEDICT. It’s located in Ed HEMPHILL’S barber shop. June 15 1905  Gaz

BENEDICT

Oacoma jeweler M.C. BENEDICT relocated to the drug store for the winter.  Dec. 7, 1905  Gaz

BENSON

Constable for the village of Oacoma , John BENSON, arrested four fellows for becoming too fresh after boozing. They were located in the cooler for awhile. June 22 1905   Gaz

BENSON

John R. BENSON was appointed Town Marshall for the year, starting at $30 a month.   July 6  1905  Gaz  

BENSON

Chief of Police Benson invited one of the hoboes to be his guest of honor in quarters at the hotel de Benson for the night.  Sept. 21  1905  Gaz

BENSON

W.E. ISEMINGER purchased the feed barn in Oacoma from J.B. BENSON. Iseminger intends to also sell feed and grain. Mr. Benson will continue his ice and water business.    Dec. 16, 1909   Arg

BERG

Ake BERG, 73, a resident of Lyman County since 1890, who settled at the mouth of the White river, died Sunday afternoon. He came to America from Sweden as a young boy.  Apr 8, 1909 Arg

BERG

Oliver BERG and Martha B. NELSON of  Houston  were married by Rev. MAY, pastor of the Congregational church Wednesday.  July 29 1909 Arg

BERG

Miss Mamie E. BERG of Edna, So. Dak., took the teacher’s examination in Oacoma . She will teach school this fall.  23  1909  Arg 

BICE

Ellwood KENTCH drove the East half of the Oacoma-Presho stage for Jim MCNEILL who was assisting Mr. BICE at the river. Mar 9, 1905  Gaz

BICE

The leading fisherman of the White river, Bob BICE, caught what was actually a rubber boot, not a whale, which was stuck in deeper water. Apr 29, 1909  Arg

BICE

Chas H. BICE received a new dray wagon last week and is now ready to open a dray line service in Oacoma.  July 6  1905  Gaz  

BICE

Three young boys took Charlie BICE’s boat and went down the river, but were apprehended by the Charles Mix County Sheriff. The boys were brought back to Oacoma where Judge GREENE gave them a sentence of 30 days of hard labor or $100 fine. The boys took the jail sentence as they did not have $100.  July 22 1909  Arg 

BICE

Chas. BICE was appointed by the Oacoma town trustees as Town Marshall and pound master.  July 29 1909 Arg

BILL

Chas. BILL was a county seat visitor Saturday. His smiling countenance was welcomed by all the girls in town. Mar 16, 1905 Gaz 

BINGHAM

Dr. IISHKANIAN was summoned to the bedside of Mrs. Ole BINGHAM who died very suddenly Sun evening following a brief illness of 24 hours. Feb 23, 1905  Gaz        

BOOMER

A. J. BOOMER, Chamberlain laundry manager, dropped off a laundry basket to SHEFFER’S home in hopes to gain future business. Apr 13, 1905   Gaz

BRADLEY

Mr. Henry BRADLEY from Chamberlain will soon relocate his real estate business in Oacoma.  He plans to build a fine office here.  June 22 1905   Gaz

BROWN

Rev. George E. BROWN, formerly of Oacoma, and Miss Mary E. LEWIS were married in Mapleton, Minn. on June 22. He is well known to all of Oacoma . June 29  1905 Gaz

BROWN

Vint HUMPHREYS and Mamie BROWN, both from Reliance were married at 12 o’clock midnight in Oacoma with a rather unexpected  chain of events.  July 22 1909  Arg 

BUCKLAND

The BUCKLAND Restaurant purchased by Mrs. Will GRIMSHAW. In the near future her son,  Thomas  MERRITT will assist her in the business. Feb. 25, 1909 Arg

BUNKER

R.E. Bunker of Dirkstown is freighting for the railroad camp. Oct. 5, 1905 Gaz

BUNKER

R.E. BUNKER of Dirkstown is freighting for the railroad camp.  Oct. 5, 1905 Gaz

BURNHAM

Last Saturday, Melville BURNHAM returned once again to continue his practice as foreman at this office.  Feb 23, 1905  Gaz        

BURNS

Mr. and Mrs.  Chas. BURNS, butter-makers from the Medicine Butte vicinity, brought some of their famous butter and sold it to W.H. Gammon at Oacoma. June 24 1909  Arg  

CALDWELL

A short, but impressive wedding joined Florence M. CALDWELL  and Archie L. CRICHTON on April 11 at the home of the bride’s parents northwest of Oacoma, Archie is one of Oacoma's young thrift farmers.  Apr 15 1909 Arg

CAREL

Mr. and Mrs. James CAREL of LeMars, Ia, bought the Herman HOEFER farm. Oct. 14, 1909  Argus  

CASEY

Mike CASEY went to Chamberlain Sunday to bring over some Nebraska parties who are looking for land this side of the Big Muddy. Mar 9, 1905  Gaz

CHAPMAN

Father O'FLAHERTY of Kimball held church services in Oacoma Sunday and christened a child for R.G. CHAPMAN and one for Frank MCMANUS. Apr 1, 1909  Arg  

CHAPMAN

R.G. CHAPMAN was appointed town clerk of Oacoma to succeed R.P. WHITFIELD who resigned.  Aug 31 1909  Gaz

CHASING WOLF

Miss Agnes CHASING WOLF and Moses BEAR DOCTOR were married Monday by A.E. BAILEY.This was A.E. Bailey’s first marriage performance as he was a former rancher, not a match maker.  May 25 1905  Gaz

CHRISTONSON

John W. JONES has resigned as Justice of the Peace. Ed CHRISTONSON was appointed to fill the vacancy.  Nov 2  1905  Gaz

CHUBBUCK

John KENOBBIE and CA.B. CHUBBUCK’s wheat fields may get 20-25 bushels an acre. Macaroni variety for Kenobbie and Blue Stem for Chubbuck.   Aug 5 1909  Arg

CHURCH

M. CHURCH made final proof on his claim with the assistance of John M. JOHNSON and Joseph MOORE.   Aug 17 1909  Gaz

CLARK

Kennebec  residents, Orin L. CLARK and Mina BELL were married Friday afternoon at the Christian church. They will live in Nebraska where Mrs. Clark has a claim. Sept. 16 1909   Arg

CLARKE

John Clarke threshed last week and his speltz yielded him 60 bushels per acre, wheat 26, and oats 50 bushels per acre.  Oct. 5, 1905   Gaz

CLARKE

John CLARKE threshed last week and his speltz yielded him 60 bushels per acre, wheat 26, and oats 50 bushels per acre.  Oct. 5, 1905 Gaz

CLEVENGER

Dr. CLEVENGER and Miss Grace L. TYLER were married.  Dr. Clevenger has a dental office in Chamberlain  Nov 2  1905  Gaz

CLOUD

J.N. CLOUD will soon open a post office in Imer, but was held up due to lack of supplies and keys.   Mar 16, 1905 Gaz 

CLOUD

I.N. CLOUD planted speltz this week  Apr 20, 1905  Gaz 

 CLOUD

Reliance Post Office opened the doors for business with Perry cloud, assistant postmaster in charge.   Nov. 16, 1905  Gaz   

CLOW

The Farmers State Bank opened its door for business in Reliance  today. Byron CLOW will manage the bank. Aug 31 1905 Gaz

COLLINS

Louis COLLINS has purchased the Olaf NELSON abstract company and will conduct in the future as Collins and Company.  July 29 1909 Arg

COLLINS

A marriage occurred at the sunrise hour Thursday morning at the bride’s parents’ home between Florence GAMMON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  W.H. Gammon, to Lewis E. COLLINS. Miss Gammon is Deputy Register of Deeds and Mr.  Collins is a member of the L.E. Collins Abstract Company.   Sept 30  1909   Arg

CONDON

The new school year began Tuesday in Oacoma with Mrs. Leone M. CONDON as the primary teacher. Miss Effie DEWOLF is the Principal. Aug 31 1905 Gaz

CORYELL

Word reached Oacoma of the marriage of Miss Ethel CORYELL to Prof. C.H. MOE of Minneapolis on April 25. Both young people are well known in Oacoma   May 6 1909 Arg

CRICHTON

 A short, but impressive wedding joined Florence M. CALDWELL  and Archie L. CRICHTON on April 11 at the home of the bride’s parents northwest of Oacoma, Archie is one of Oacoma's young thrift farmers.  Apr 15 1909 Arg

CROSS

Miss Harriet C. CROSS has started working as a compositor at the Argus Leader office. July 29 1909 Arg

CULLEN

Four fellows from Reliance made five-year final proofs on their claims. To get to Reliance, due to the trains not running, F.H. LESTER, George MCMANUS, George L. ALTIG and Wm. C. CULLEN got hold of a hand car and pumped it to Oacoma and back.   June 17  1909  Arg

DANFORTH

A cargo load of potatoes were well-washed upon receipt to T.B. STRONG in Oacoma. The launch, driven by Guy DANFORTH and his crew, sprung a leak and nearly three feet of water entered his craft.  BARKER

DAVIDSON

S.I. MILAN, George W. NOVINSKI and A.A. DAVIDSON are breaking ground preparing to plant crops soon.  Apr 20, 1905  Gaz 

DENT

A “Pope Toledo” touring car was bought by Mr. Wm. Dent. It has five cylinders and is a 30 horse power machine.  Oct 7 1909 Arg

DENT

A “Pope Toledo” touring car was bought by Mr. Wm. DENT. It has five cylinders and is a 30 horse power machine.  Oct. 7, 1909  Arg

DEVERE

C. DeVere resigned his position from the Argus Leader to accept a job in Shenandoah, Iowa. He was in charge of the mechanical department.

DEVERE

C. DeVere of Iowa  is a new practical printer addition to the Argus Leader. He will be in charge of the mechanical portion of the business and newspaper department.   July 1  1909  Arg  

DEVERE

C. DEVERE resigned his position from the Argus Leader to accept a job in Shenandoah, Iowa.    Oct. 7, 1909  Arg

DEWOLF

The new school year began Tuesday in Oacoma with Mrs. Leone M. CONDON as the primary teacher. Miss Effie DEWOLF is the Principal. Aug 31 1905 Gaz

DEWOLF

Miss Effie DEWOLF made final proof on her claim.   Nov. 23, 1905  Gaz

DINEHART

 Four Oacoma area ranchers, W.E. ISEMINGER, Fred PAULSON, V.A. SCHIRNA and Wm. DINEHART, are planning to p lace a telephone line from Oacoma to their ranches.   Mar 11 1909 Arg

DINEHART

Chamberlain residents Miss Mabel DINEHART and George RITCHIE were united in marriage Thursday in Mitchell.  Dec. 14, 1905  Gaz 

DIRKS

Peter B. DiIRKS enlisted up to 25 men to help in putting up an awning at the Citizen’s State Bank. May 11 1904 Gaz  

DIRKS

The three Oacoma councilmen elect, Peter B. DIRKS, T.B. STRONG and J.G. BARTINE, hosted a banquet for the citizens of Oacoma on their behalf. One hundred suppers were furnished in the court room and speeches were made. Mar 18, 1909 Arg  

DIRKS

The “Queen of Oacoma”, Peter B. DIRKS’ new Lapthal launch was in Oacoma and placed in the river by Captain BICE. The vessel maintained a speed of several knots more than expected. May 11 1904 Gaz  

DIRKS

An artesian well was struck on the DIRKS’ ranch by NICHOLSON and LAWLER at a depth of 1,174 feet. Lyman County  is above the great artesian basin. June 22 1905   Gaz

DIRKS

The salary for town clerk was $100 for the first year and was paid quarterly. The salary of the town treasurer was $25, paid quarterly. F.I. SHEFFER is the town treasurer. Each town board member’s salary is $25 per year. Board trustees are Eugene MARTIN, H.A. HOLMES and P.B. DIRKS;  Eugene Martin is President and R.P. WHITFIELD, Clerk. June 29  1905 Gaz

DIRKS

Oacoma residents, P.A. PEHRSSON, E.L. SENN, and F.B. DIRKS recently purchased town lots in Reliance .  Aug 17 1909  Gaz

DIRKS

Peter B. DIRKS was appointed by Gov. Vessey a delegate to the Deep Waterways Convention in New Orleans. Dirks  is one of six delegates from South Dakota.   Oct. 14, 1909  Argus  

DIRKS

Peter DIRKS gave away $300 in gold to patrons of Dirks Trust and Title Co. on Christmas Eve.  New resolutions start Saturday.   Dec. 30, 1909   Arg

DIRKSTOWN

Dirkstown post office will close on Nov. 15. All mail will now come to Oacoma.    Nov. 9, 1905 Gaz 

DONAHUE

Tom DONAHUE is building a cottage on the east end of Oacoma. Rumors say he is to be hooked up in a double harness by the Fourth.  June 22 1905   Gaz

DONAHUE

Tom DONAHUE and Rachel HANSON were married Monday at the M.E. Church in Chamberlain. The couple will make their home in the southeast part of Oacoma where Mr. Donahue has completed a little cottage.  July 13, 1905  Gaz

DONAHUE

 A baby girl was welcomed in the Mr. and Mrs.  Tom DONAHUE home Wednesday. Sept. 23  1909  Arg 

DOUGAN

Three Plankinton gentlemen, A.D. DOUGAN, Evan RAESLEY and Wm. LOWERY, arrived for the town lot sale. June 8 1905   Gaz

DRIVER

Dr. R.B. DRIVER opened a dental office in the City Hotel. He will be here in three days. Aug 31 1909  Gaz

DUFNER

Michael MORRIS and Miss Martha DUFNER, both of Lyman County,  were married   in Chamberlain yesterday morning at St. James Catholic Church.  Aug 31 1909  Gaz

DUNNING

E.H. DUNNING and Mrs. Dunning will be moving to Lemmon where their son lives. He sold his farm. Their roadhouse is located on the correction line and was one of the landmarks in pioneer days before the railroad came. May 6 1909 Arg

DURKIN

Lyman county residents  James Wiley MOTT and Miss Lydia DURKIN were married in Pierre Monday morning at the Northwestern hotel.  Dec. 14, 1905  Gaz 

EASTLEY

Miss Nellie ROESER and Arthur L.F. EASTLEY were united in marriage Sunday morning at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Roeser. Mr. Eastly manages the Dirkstown Record.   Mar 16, 1905 Gaz     Mar 16, 1905 Gaz 

EDGAR

Mrs. E.H. EDGAR will teach both vocal and instrumental music lessons, each at 50 cents per lesson for one half hour. Mar 30, 1905   Gaz

EDGAR

Mrs. EDGAR preached from the pulpit in Oacoma Sunday morning and evening. Apr 13, 1905 Gaz  

EDGAR

Rev. EDGAR was ordained as minister of the Congregational church.   June 29  1905 Gaz

EDGAR

Amos GILBERT of Sisseton and Lena ELK of  Rosebud  obtained a marriage license from Mr. MACKAY, clerk of courts and Rev. EDGAR married them the next morning.  July 20  1905  Gaz

EDGAR

E.H. EDGAR is the father of a handsome son who arrived Saturday.  Aug 31 1909  Gaz

EDGAR

Rev. E.H. and Mrs. EDGAR are forced to leave the area due to Mrs. Edgar’s health.     Dec. 21, 1905  Gaz

EDGAR

Rev. E.H. EDGAR left for Denver where he will begin his future duties due to his wife’s health declining.   Dec. 28, 1905   Gaz 

EDWARDS

 Miss Lena KOHLER and Mrs. Erwin EDWARDS participated in their wedding last Wednesday evening in Presho.  Dec. 9, 1909      Arg  

EDWIN

Rev. EDWIN of Oacoma will be ordained in the Congregational church June 27.  June 22 1905   Gaz

ELFES

The former Mrs. Mary ELFES of Lamro became the bride of Prof. F.C. LEGGETT, of Kennebec the first part of the week. Both newlyweds lived in Oacoma during the summer.   Oct. 12, 1905  Gaz

ELK

Amos GILBERT of Sisseton and Lena ELK of  Rosebud  obtained a marriage license from Mr. MACKAY, clerk of courts and Rev. EDGAR married them the next morning.  July 20  1905  Gaz

ELVING

John ELVING went to his homestead to establish residence in the proper frame of time.

EYMER

An unhitched team of horses belonging to Arthur EYMER were impatiently waiting for their owner and started for home.  Apr 27 1904  Gaz  

EYMER

Arthur EYMER is driving the east half of the Oacoma stage this week.   Aug  10 1905  Gaz  

FARRELL

Miss Ruth BARTHOLOW and Mr. Allen T. FARRELL, both of Reliance were married Tuesday evening.  Nov. 11, 1909   Arg

FELKER

Lyman county pioneer M.C. FELKER died of cancer Monday night in Chamberlain where he had lived for 10 years.   Nov. 11, 1909   Arg

FOUST

 Many residents are rushing to Oacoma to get supplies and stock up as the large boat has begun to run on the river.. F.D. HUBBEL and W.T. FOUST of  are among those after supplies.  Mar 23, 1905   Gaz

 FRANK

The City Restaurant was purchased recently by  Mr. and Mrs.  H.J. FRANK and son Howard, from K.O. WHITSON.  HOWARD will look after the culinary department.    June 8 1905 Gaz

FRANK

H.J. FRANK is the new restaurant manager. His building remodeling is not going well due to all the rains.  June 29  1905 Gaz

FRANK

H.J. FRANK is again in charge of the City Restaurant.   Nov. 9, 1905

FULFORD

Chas. JEWEL, I.N. FULFORD and John KENOBBIE are back from Pierre where they observed the state dads legislate in the capital city.  Mar 9, 1905  Gaz

FULFORD

Editor FULFORD has purchased a new stapler which will save time in making pamphlets.     May 25 1905  Gaz

FULFORD

Mrs. J.W. FULFORD and Otto HANSEN were the two candidates vying for clerk in Oacoma. Mrs. Fulford received 18 votes and Mrs. Hansen received 17. June 22 1905   Gaz

FULFORD

Mabel Emily FULFORD, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  J.N. Fulford, was married at noon Monday, Sept. 6, to Hamilton. Sheldon ISEMINGER. They will live 10 miles north of Oacoma .  Sep 9, 1909  Arg

FULWIDER

A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.  J.A. FULWIDER of Iona Nov. 2.    Nov. 4  1909   Arg

FURGESON

A.C. FURGESON was in town with a wagonload of garden produce He had onions, beets, lettuce and potatoes as well as grain and corn.  June 29  1905 Gaz

GAMBLE

Miss Maud Winfred YOUNG, daughter of District State Senator Warren Young, was married to Mr. Arthur Clement GAMBLE Sept. 11.  Sept. 21  1905  Gaz

GAMMON

Miss Florence Gammon started her first term teaching at the Medicine Buttes School.  Oct. 5, 1905  Gaz

GAMMON

A large ice box was placed in the store of W.H. GAMMON & Son to keep perishable goods cool for their  upcoming summer trading season. Feb. 25, 1909 Arg

GAMMON

Mr. GAMMON rented his farm for the coming year while visiting in Kennebec. Apr 29, 1909  Arg

GAMMON

Carl GAMMON will help his father this summer in the expected boom in the land sale business. Apr 27 1904  Gaz  

GAMMON

W.H. GAMMON planted 100 grape vines and expects to raise his own grapes next season. May 11 1904 Gaz  

GAMMON

A marriage occurred at the sunrise hour Thursday morning at the bride’s parents’ home between Florence GAMMON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.  W.H. Gammon, to Lewis E. COLLINS. Miss Gammon is Deputy Register of Deeds and Mr.  Collins is a member of the L.E. Collins Abstract Company.   Sept 30  1909   Arg

GAMMON

Miss Florence GAMMON started her first term teaching at the Medicine Buttes School.   Oct. 5, 1905 Gaz

GANNAWAY

 Earl ROGERS began working as a butcher in the E.B. Strong butcher shop in Oacoma . He was formerly the butcher for F.P. GANNAWAY in Chamberlain . June 15 1905  Gaz 

GIGER

A ten-pound boy arrived  on market day to Mr. and Mrs. Remig  GIGER  Apr 15 1909 Arg

GILBERT

Amos GILBERT of Sisseton and Lena ELK of  Rosebud  obtained a marriage license from Mr. MACKAY, clerk of courts and Rev. EDGAR married them the next morning.  July 20  1905  Gaz

GOOLD

Mr. Christian Pilker and Miss Ada GOOLD were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at the Congregational parsonage.   Dec. 7, 1905  Gaz

GREEN

The restaurant fixtures and first floor of the building known as the “City Restaurant” has been leased by Dutch GREEN.  Aug  10 1905  Gaz  

GREEN

Mrs. Adolph GREEN is down with typhoid fever.   Oct. 26 1905    Gaz

GREENE

A new stock of bonnets and hats have arrived at the Greene Millinery store.  Mar 25, 1909  Arg

GREENE

The Oacoma town board appointed H.P. GREENE street commissioner on a temporary basis.   July 22 1909  Arg 

GREENE

Three young boys took Charlie BICE’s boat and went down the river, but were apprehended by the Charles Mix County Sheriff. The boys were brought back to Oacoma where Judge GREENE gave them a sentence of 30 days of hard labor or $100 fine. The boys took the jail sentence as they did not have $100.  July 22 1909  Arg 

GREENE

Mr. and Mrs.  H.P. GREENE and family are the newest Oacoma residents. They arrived from Lancaster, Wisconsin. Sept. 14, 1905  Gaz

GRIFFITH

The Congregational church and the Christian church were both addressed Sunday by Prof. Elmer C. GRIFFITH. Aug 3 1905 Gaz

GRIMSHAW

The BUCKLAND Restaurant purchased by Mrs. Will GRIMSHAW. In the near future her son, Thomas  MERRITT will assist her in the business. Feb. 25, 1909 Arg

GUNDERSON

Carrie Louise GUNDERSON, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gunderson, died at her home on American Creek from complications of epilepsy.  Oct. 14, 1909  Argus  


 


 

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