Lyman County, South Dakota  Genealogy

 Miscellaneous Newspaper Extractions

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Items indexed  01 Mar 2010


Information taken from the following newspapers:      Adv= Advocate Leader, Kennebec, Lyman County        Arg= Lyman County Argus,  Oacoma, Lyman County   

Dak Dem= Dakota Democrat, Chamberlain                    SD Dem= South Dakota Democrat, Chamberlain            Reg= Chamberlain Register, Brule County


Items taken from area newspapers 1881 to around 1974. Not necessarily genealogical data such as births, deaths, marriages, etc., maybe just some tidbit mentioned in passing. As long as I have all of the data available from researching the archives at my place of employment, the Chamberlain-Oacoma Register, I might as well share and maybe, just maybe, one of the entries might be who you are looking for. 

Name

Description

Issue Date

Paper

Pg

1902 Roundup

Reunion in Hot Springs June 2

May 28 1948

Reg

41

Abernathy, Bill

Ft Thompson home burned

Sep 4 1947

Reg

20

Albert, Otto

Raised 17# potatoes

Oct 11 1917

Arg

21

Albert, Otto

Failed to respond to Uncle Sam

June 6 1918

Arg

44

Andera, Francis

8th grade grad from Bijou Hills

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. Carl

Moved to Mitchell from Pukwan

Oct 16 1947

Reg

26

Ash, Agent

Found body on prairie, bur'd

Oct 9 1947

Reg

26

Ash, Harry

$100,000 in Klondike gold

Sept 2 1897

SD Dem

15

Atterpohl, John

Breaking land this year

June 15 1922

Reg

9

Austin, Mr. & Mrs. A.

Sold Iona farm to Mrs. Valentine

July 25 1918

Arg

75

Bailey, Dan

In Japan, Co. D Army of Occup,

Oct 16 1947

Reg

26

Banks, Mrs. W.J.

Poem published

May 17 1917

Arg

7

Barnes, Floyd

Moved family to Vivian

Sep 13 1923

Reg

54

Bartine, Judge

His Ford hit another Ford

Aug 3 1922

Reg

12

Beach, Lawson

Has 1500 chicks for sale

May 16 1947

Reg

5

Bean boys

Back from Yankton & the law

Nov 30 1883

Dak Dem

91

Behrs, Fred C.

dragged several rods, ok

June 9 1898

Sd Dem

46

Belle, Mrs. Anna

Final proof/homestead

Apr. 19, 1917

Argus

1

Bely, Lottie & Vivian

8th grade grad from Bijou Hills

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Bergner, Louis

New home a farm mansion

Nov 29 1923

Reg

91

Bice, Joseph

Packed & ready to go to France

Aug 8 1918

Arg

82

Biskeborn, Mr. & Mrs. Wm.

New house burned to ground

Nov 2 1922

Reg

30

Black, Dick

Left for Boys State /Aberdeen

June 3 1948

Reg

45

Bode, Louis

Guilty of selling liq. to Indians

Sep 30 1897

Sd Dem

18

Bowar, John

Wiring new Indian school

Oct 7 1897

Sd Dem

25

Bowie, John of Iona

Assault against Feltons

July 12 1917

Arg

10

Bradley, Indian trader

Down from Crow Creek

Dec 30 1897

Sd Dem

88

Brakke, A.T.

July 4th celebration at his place

June 30 1898

Reg

67

Brakke, Faye

8th grade grad from Bijou Hills

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Brow, Mrs. James

Improving, recovery hopeful

Nov 18 1897

Sd Dem

31

Brown, Mrs James (Atty)

Wife to insane asylum

Oct 21 1897

Sd Dem

29

Bukacek, Marie

Thrown from horse

Aug 30 1917

Arg

13

Burns, Bob

Wanted for forgery, left town

Jan 10 1924

Reg

104

Callanan, Charles

Not guilty of embezzlement

Oct 21 1897

Sd Dem

29

Campbell, Charlie

Went over embankment, ok

Nov 22 1923

Reg

90

Carr, Mrs. Of Yankton

Former Iona hmstdr & tchr

Aug 30 1917

Arg

13

Casey, J.F. of Vivian

Bought Scott Drug Store

Aug 3 1922

Reg

12

Chamberlain Register

1st issue launched June 23 1881

June 24 1948

Reg

77

Chopski, John & Joe

Breaking land this year

June 15 1922

Reg

9

Christopherson, child

Ran away from Oacoma home

Sep 16 1897

Sd Dem

19

Chubbuck, A.B.

Forlorn, dejected & mtg'd to hell

Oct 12 1922

Reg

27

Cooley, J.F. of Baltic

Bought Presho Herald

June 1 1922

Reg

3

Cote, Louis

Purchased Herman place, Vivian

Nov 21 1918

Arg

89

Cote, Louis

Bought Mr. Lutjen's farm, Vivia

Dec 5 1918

Arg

93

Criddle, Samuel

Deserter from Ft Hale, returned

Aug 3 1883

Dak Dem

83

Crown, O.A.

Broom maker from Bijou Hills

Dec 8 1898

Sd Dem

93

Cullen, Corrine

Rheumatic fever

May 13 1948

Reg

39

Custer Battlefield Highway

Best marked hwy in nation

Apr 26 1923

Reg

72

Dieterman, Vincent

8th grade graduate, Cooper Sch

May 17 1928

Adv

42

Dingman, Mr. & Mrs. S.B

Lost horses, cows, grain, etc/fire

Jan 10 1924

Reg

107

Dobbin, Gerald

1st to return, war is really over

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Dozark, Anton

Gen merchandise store burned

Nov 30 1922

Reg

14

Dye, E.E.

Our next state senator

Nov 16 1922

Reg

32

Dyson, Andy

Tractor rolled over him

Aug 14 1947

Reg

12

Eatherton, Everett

8th grade grad at Kimball

June 10 1948

Reg

47

Egan, Leo of Kennebec

Accid. Shot in arm

Oct 12 1922

Reg

26

Ehlers, C.H.

Filed on claim, Union Twp.

Sep 8 1898

Reg

54

Elshire, J. W.

Boss farmer /Lower Brule

Oct 5 1922

Reg

24

England, Wilbur

Soldier's letter from Virginia

June 29 1918

Arg

65

Engle, Henry

Rec. cert. of naturalization

June 22 1922

Reg

8

Engman, Miss Rosella

Tchr in Wiedemann Grove

May 24 1923

Reg

40

Ernest, Talitha

8th grade grad from Red Lake

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Felton, Henry

Will move family to Iona claim

Jan 19 1899

Reg

104

Felton, M.M.

Soldier's letter, Camp Grant, Ill

Sep 18 1918

Reg

54

Ferguson, Margaret

New "hello girl", Chamberlain

Nov 9 1922

Reg

31

Finn, Albert

Broom maker from Bijou Hills

Dec 8 1898

Sd Dem

93

Fletcher, Everett

8th grade graduate, Cooper Sch

May 17 1928

Adv

42

Fletcher, Evert

Hit with bat @ Cooper Sch

May 16 1947

Reg

5

Fogg, Louis C.

Amer leg post at Ft Thompson

May 6 1948

Reg

64

Foley, Jack (Presho)

Eng. With aviation corps, France

June 6 1918

Arg

44

Ford, Chad

Home burned to ground

Oct 28 1917

Arg

22

Foster, Capt. Jack

In chg. Of Trp. B - Rough Riders

May 19 1898

Sd Dem

38

Foster, Jack

On warpath, for horse thieves

Dec 21 1883

Dak Dem

95

Frame, Ronald

Run over by truck, ok

Oct. 2 1947

Reg

24

Frank, Mabel

8th grade grad from Bijou Hills

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Frederickson, Rev. C.E.

Rec. cert. of naturalization

June 22 1922

Reg

8

Freeland D

Consid. Damage/prairie fire

Dec 7 1883

Dak Dem

93

Fuegen, Mr. & Mrs. Norman

Leased C. Lindley ranch, Lym.co

Mar 25 1948

Reg

73

Fuller, Neil

Bought LeBlond Drug Store

Aug 3 1922

Reg

12

Gabrielson, Alfred

Confine to bed/neuralgia

Dec 22 1898

Sd Dem

95

Gammon George E

Soldier's letter from France

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Gammon, Carl

Killed spotted adder

Feb 21 1918

Arg

36

Gammon, George E

Soldier's letter from France

Dec 5 1918

Arg

93

Gammon, Miss Mabel

Returned to homestead

Aug 2 1917

Arg

11

Gangard, Miss Emma

"Hello Girl" at Oacoma

July 19 1917

Arg

10

Geppert, A.A.

Ola postmaster

June 16 1898

Reg

65

Gleeson, Helen

Teacher in Schervin Dist

May 17 1917

Arg

3

Glomsos, Jess

Rec. cert. of naturalization

June 22 1922

Reg

8

Gray, William

Found not guilty of murder

June 10 1948

Reg

47

Greene, Edwin

Needs complete bed rest,yankton

Apr 28 1898

Sd Dem

61

Griffin, Dick

Proved up his claim, came 1880

Feb 24 1898

Sd Dem

34

Gunderson, Mrs & son Nells

Burned in gasoline fire, be ok

Dec 22 1898

Sd Dem

95

Gust, Terry

Accid. cut eye w/scissors

Feb 19 1948

Reg

37

Hahn, Marie

Teacher at Cooper School

Jan 13 1949

Reg

105

Hamilton Lowell

Car/train accident, Kimball, OK

Apr 22 1948

Reg

62

Hanno, Lena

8th grade grad from Red Lake

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Hanno, Little Henry

Broke arm

Jun 1 1922

Reg

3

Hanno, Little Miss Edba

10th birthday Monday

June 1 1922

Reg

3

Hanson, Howard

Arrived home with disch./ Navy

July 26 1923

Reg

78

Hanson, John

Has brand new Dort car

Oct 11 1917

Arg

28

Harmon, Charles E.

Grad. from Naval training, calif

Mar 6 1958

Adv

50

Harmon, H.F.

Moved onto his place at Presho

May 9 1918

Arg

63

Harry Moore

Struck by auto

Oct. 11 1917

Arg

21

Hawk, Winnie (Mrs. Little Eagle)

Murdered husband w/axe

Apr 19 1923

Reg

62

Hemmingway, Fred

Seen in town this week

Apr 27 1882

Dak Reg

2

Henegar, Mr. & Mrs. Ernest

Her mother's birthday

May 25 1922

Reg

6

Henegar, Mrs. Hattie

Feel down steps to basement,ok

Jan 22 1948

Reg

60

Herrick, Roy

Revived Reliance Record

Apr 19 1923

Reg

62

Hickey, F.E,

Run over gy gas section car

June 21 1917

Arg

9

Hickey, Mr. & Mrs. Raymon

Moved house to Oacoma

Aug 14 1947

Reg

12

Hickey, Mrs. Sadie

Tried for bribery continued

June 7 1923

Reg

46

Hildebrand, Harvey

Wins prizes for his cattle

Jan 24 1918

Arg

59

Himes, Ellsworth

Dischg'd from Uncle Sam's serv

Jan 16 1919

Arg

104

Himes, Sgt. Fred

Leg amputated/Amer Exp Force

June 13 1918

Arg

46

Hintze, Charles

Graduates from SDSM&T

May 18 1972

Reg

5

Hintze, Harold

8th grade grad from Bijou Hills

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Hloucha, Frank

Too tall for service - 6'7"

Feb 28 1918

Arg

34

Hodgin, Chas.

Resigned as tch @ Murray Sch

Mar 21 1918

Arg

49

Hodgin, Francis

Soldier's letter / Camp Funston

July 25 1918

Arg

75

Hollow Horn Bear, Chief

New 14c stamp bears his likeness

June 7 1923

Reg

46

Holmes, C.H.

Soldier's letter from France

Nov 21 1918

Arg

89

Holmes, Calvin

Arrived in England for training

July 18 1918

Arg

76

Holms, H.A.

Rec'd German helmet & souvs

Jan 9 1919

Arg

104

Hoobler, W.A.

Is fugitive from justice

Aug 19 1897

Sd Dem

16

Hoover, John T.

Had cancer removed from back

Nov 11 1897

Sd Dem

31

Hotham, Cpl. Warren S.

Soldier's letter/France

Aug 1 1918

Arg

75

Houska, Leo

Installed barbering outfit, Ola

Dec 6 1923

Reg

93

Houska, Tommy

Fell off roof, ok

June 24 1948

Reg

77

Houska, Willard

8th grade grad from Bijou Hills

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Howard, Miss Carol

Victim of anthrax, will be ok

July 19 1923

Reg

70

Hrabe, Mr. & Mrs. J.C.

Progressive Puk farmer

June 1 1922

Reg

3

Hubbard, Mayor C.S. (Presho)

Down with the mumps

Apr 25 1918

Arg

61

Hulce, Albert

In hosp/France, was gassed

Nov 28 1918

Arg

91

Hutmacher, Iris

Won 1st in spelling/ achiev. days

May 13 1948

Reg

39

Iseminger, Gordon

Letter to par. from service, NY

June 13 1918

Arg

46

Iseminger, Gordon

Soldier's letter/France

Sep 18 1918

Reg

54

Iseminger, Gordon

Soldier's letter from France

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Jackson, George

Deserter from Ft. Hale

Aug 3 1883

Dak Dem

83

Jackson, Harold

On battleship, Alabama,

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Johnson, Cpl. Elmer (Presho)

Soldier's letter from France

Jan 23 1919

Arg

107

Johnson, Gunnar

Soldier's letter from Calif

June 20 1918

Arg

65

Johnson, Henry (colored)

Arrested, stealing cattle

May 26 1898

Sd Dem

55

Johnson, James surveyor

Boat sank, died of exposure

Mar 17 1898

Sd Dem

52

Johnston, G.J.

Auto accident near Presho

May 25 1922

Reg

6

Jorgenson, Al family

New residents in Kennebec

Mar 4 1948

Adv

50

Juelf, Henry

BoughtJ.C. Williams' farm/Relia

Jan 13 1918

Arg

99

Kahoe, Thomas

Insane, wandering in prairie

Dec 30 1897

Sd Dem

88

Kellam, Major

Plants 80 acres asparagus

May 18 1882

Dak Reg

4

Kelly, Mrs. Katie

Sold Iona farm to E. Valentine

Aug 30 1917

Arg

13

Kempter, Otto

Builder at Poor Farm

June 1 1922

Reg

3

Kennedy, J.H Family

Moving to Ariz, for his health

June 28 1923

Reg

67

Kennedy, Mr. J.H.

Traded car for building

June 28 1917

Arg

8

Kentch, George

New mail carrier at Reliance

June 10 1948

Reg

47

Kiefer, Rev. Richard

Installed in monestary

May 16 1947

Reg

5

King, H.J.

Filed on claimnorth of town

Sep 30 1897

Sd Dem

18

King, Jackson I.

Soldier's letter, Wash, D.C.

Sep 18 1918

Reg

54

King, Jackson I.

Enlisted /Reliance, left for MO

Aug 1 1918

Arg

75

Kinney,

Escaped from jail

May 11 1882

Dak Reg

4

Kistler

Trying to raise tobacco here

Mar 17 1898

Sd Dem

52

Klassy, Harry

"Lizzie" rolled. No excuse

June 22 1922

Reg

8

Knox, Louie

Strange way of getting a goose

Nov 18 1948

Reg

88

Korzan, Gertrude

8th grade grad from Red Lake

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Kramer, N.M.

Growing peaches from pit

Aug 17 1922

Reg

15

Krantz, Max

Arrested for selling beer

Aug 1 1918

Arg

75

Kreinbuhl, Fred

Donated $5,000 to Red Cross

Aug 8 1918

Arg

82

Kroupa, Diane Lynn

Leaves for Europe/Russia

May 18 1972

Reg

5

Kubik, Mr. & Mrs. John

50th anniv. May 21

May 18 1972

Reg

4

LaCroix, Chas.

Merchant at Ft Thompson

May 8 1947

Reg

2

Larson, A.J.

80x56x40 barn built

July 26 1917

Arg

10

Lauerman, Tony

Leaves for Camp Lewis

May 29 1918

Sd Dem

40

Lawless, J.W.

Buying SD Democrat

Apr 29 1897

Dem

2

Lawson, Josephine

8th grade grad from Red Lake

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Leiferman, Beatrice

8th grade grad from Red Lake

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Levison, Mr. & Mrs. Dave

Moved to Joplin, Mont to live

May 17 1928

Adv

42

Lien, Iver

Expects to go "over there" soon

Apr 16 1918

Arg

53

Lillie, Mr. Eri

Arrived from Canada

June 28 1917

Arg

7

Lillie, Mrs. Alice of Vivian

Sis, Mrs. Van Hess , Stickney

Aug 2 1917

Arg

11

Lillie, R.D. Bijou Hills

waiting arriv. of family & goods

Aug 7 1883

Dak Dem

54

Little Eagle (Winnie Hawk)

Murdered husband w/axe

Apr 19 1923

Reg

62

Little, W.W.

Running gambling house

June 21 1917

Arg

9

Long, A.P.

Put 1500 hd/cattle on place

May 31 1917

Arg

6

Lorenz, Adolph

Soldier's letter from France

June 20 1918

Arg

65

Lundin, Mr. J.

Build'g 3 schoolhouses/Red Lake

Aug 7 1883

Dak Dem

54

Lyman C. Courthouse

May go to Kennebec

Nov 16 1922

Reg

32

Lytle, John

Assessor

Apr 29 1897

Dem

2

Mackay, Alexander C.

Arrived in France

May 29 1918

SD Dem

40

Manchester, Mrs.

Burned by gun powder

Sept 2 1897

Sd Dem

15

Manholder, Jake

Released from service, ill

July 3 1918

Arg

67

Marshall, William

Narrowly escaped drowning

Jan 26 1899

Reg

107

Maves, Raymond

Runaway truckdown Chmb hill

Dec 28 1948

Reg

101

May, Mr. & Mrs. James

From Puk to Pittsburgh in 1 wk

May 13 1923

Reg

63

McAndrews, Mart

Began his ice harvest Monday

Dec 30 1897

Sd Dem

88

McColley, Mr.

Furn. Store grand opening

May 11 1922

Reg

7

McKenzie Post #34

Bijou Hills, members listed

Jan 25 1923

Reg

60

McKenzie, Lyman Co Hwy Supt.

Lost sight of eyeby a nail

Apr 5 1923

Reg

73

McLain, John, Phillip & Hamilton

See each other 1st time in 27 yrs

Oct 4 1917

Arg

17

McLaughlin, Major

US Indian Inspector arrived

Feb 24 1898

Sd Dem

34

Meier, Fred F.

Rec. cert. of naturalization

June 22 1922

Reg

8

Miller, Fred of Kimball

Escaped death

Apr 20 1922

Reg

1

Miller, John

Home completely burned out

Nov 29 1923

Reg

91

Missouri John

Bringing 500 hd of cattle to ship

Oct 7 1897

Sd Dem

25

Monson, Nels

Story in this issue

Feb 28 1918

Arg

34

Moore, Harry

Departed for serv with Army

May 29 1918

Sd Dem

40

Moore, Harry M.

Soldier's letter from France

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Moore, Mr.

Barns, shed, machine burned

Aug 30 1917

Arg

13

Morgan, Mr. K.M.

Arriv'd / Presho w/immig. goods

May 29 1918

Sd Dem

40

Morris, Arthur

New chef at Derby Café

Apr 15 1948

Reg

97

Morris, Mr.

Making first class bricks`

Aug 17 1922

Reg

15

Mortenson, Keith (PFC)

Returns from Korea

May 16 1947

Reg

4

Mullen, Joseph (presho)

Struck in eye by golf ball

May 13 1923

Reg

63

Mussman family

Escaped death / asphyxiation

Mar 17 1898

Sd Dem

52

Mussman, "Grandma" H.C.

Celebrated 90th. Story

Mar 18 1948

Reg

48

Nelson, Eda

8th grade grad from Bijou Hills

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Nelson, Loyal

Soldier's letter, Camp Grant, Ill

Sep 18 1918

Reg

54

Neugabauer, Walt

Opened rollerskating rink

Sep 18 1947

Reg

20

Newman, Elmer

Last two letters from France

Dec 26 1918

Arg

101

Newman, Elmer L Vivian

Report for duty on 26th

Apr 16 1918

Arg

53

Neyt, Sermenia

8th grade graduate, Cooper Sch

May 17 1928

Adv

42

Olson, Mrs.

Thrown to groub\nd by whirlwin

Dec 22 1898

Sd Dem

95

Opera House

Will be finished soon

Aug 7 1883

Dak Dem

54

Ostling, Jack

Auto accident near Presho

May 25 1922

Reg

6

O'Toole, Leo

Released from service, bad arm

July 3 1918

Arg

67

Overacker

Team ran away with dray

Nov 16 1883

Dak Dem

87

Packard, Ernest

Discharged from Army

Jan 9 1919

Arg

104

Panos, Peter (Wess. Sprgs)

Booze & money cause insanity

Nov 2 1922

Reg

30

Peck, W.J.

New member of Odd Fellows

Nov 2 1922

Reg

30

Peterson, Miss Lucille

Teaching @ Cody, Neb has ret.

May 17 1928

Adv

57

Petra, John

Consid. Damage/prairie fire

Dec 7 1883

Dak Dem

93

Place, W.H.

Bringing 500 hd of cattle to ship

Oct 7 1897

Sd Dem

25

Ployhart, James

House burned to ground

Aug 7 1883

Dak Dem

54

Potter, Dale

Auto accident near Presho

May 25 1922

Reg

6

Potter, Harry

Obit in this issue

Dec 28 1948

Reg

101

Powers, C.B & Lawless

Buying SD Democrat

Apr 29 1897

Dem

2

Powers, Chas.

Sold Pukwana Press

May 13 1897

Dem

4

Pretty Sounding Flute

Home from pen. 1 yr / drinking

Feb 24 1898

Sd Dem

34

Quarnberg, H. of Jasper, Minn

Here to take charge of the mill

Apr 21 1898

Sd Dem

97

Rainbow Café

Ground broken for new café

Mar 25 1948

Reg

73

Reliance auditorium

Const. Begins

May 13 1948

Reg

39

Reliance Catholic church

Burned down, furniture saved

Apr 11 1918

Arg

53

Reliance record

Roy Herrick revived the paper

Apr 19 1923

Reg

62

Rencountre, Albert

Serving Unc. Sam, to France

Mar 21 1918

Arg

49

Reynolds, Mrs. Elizabeth B

To make final proof, homestead

Mar 17 1898

Sd Dem

52

Rigney, Will quit school

Going w/volunteers for Cuba

Apr 28 1898

Sd Dem

70

Ritzman, Martin

8th grade grad from Red Lake

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Romanek, Joesph

Adjudged insane, to Yankton

Nov 2 1922

Reg

30

Rose, Mr. J.D.

Sold Iona farm to Ben Snow

Aug 16 1717

Arg

13

Rutan, Carl

Apple trees in full bloom

May 16 1947

Reg

4

Salisbury, Mrs.

Letter from son, James,/France

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Scales, Frank

Farmer now - sold Ford garage

May 10 1923

Reg

38

Scales, J. C.

Stricken stone deaf.

Apr 19 1923

Reg

61

Scott, Roy

All done with soldiering

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Selland, Charlie

One of finest ranches in Lym Co

Dec 19 1918

Arg

95

Sheffer, Pvt Ambrose

Dischg'd from Camp Lee

Jan 23 1919

Arg

107

Shoemaker, Dale

Leaves for Camp Lewis

May 29 1918

Sd Dem

40

Shrake, Mrs. Eva

Human interest, 78 yrs old

June 3 1948

Reg

44

Shutz

Trying to raise tobacco here

Mar 17 1898

Sd Dem

52

Siddons, Fred

Consid. Damage/prairie fire

Dec 7 1883

Dak Dem

93

Simpson, Miss

Opened cream station, Reliance

Apr 11 1918

Arg

53

Slaght, Mr

Making first class bricks

Aug 17 1922

Reg

15

Sloan, Willie

Narrowly escaped drowning

July 20 1883

Dak Dem

79

Smith, A.M.

3 mos. for selling liq. to Indians

Apr 28 1898

Sd Dem

61

Smith, O.C.

Shipped 12,120 hen fruit, Chicag

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Somer, Lafayette

Horse run-away

Aug 26 1897

Sd Dem

15

Spalding, Frank

Bags large eagle

Aug 26 1897

Sd Dem

15

Stallman, Clem

Home caught fire, but saved

Sep 11, 1947

Reg

20

Stallman, Henry

Farm featured in this issue

May 18 1972

Reg

5

Stallman, Raymond

8th grade graduate, Cooper Sch

May 17 1928

Adv

42

Stambaugh, Elmer

Enrolled at Milw. Sch. of Eng.

May 13, 1948

Reg

38

Stambaugh, Glen

Saves two boys on river

May 28 1948

Reg

41

Stevens, E.C.

Filling large house w/ice harvest

Jan 10 1894

Dak Dem

106

Stevens, J.H.

To build St. Joe's

May 13 1897

Dem

4

Stickles, Mrs. Mary

Made final proof on homestead

June 30 1898

Reg

67

Stille, Mr.

Losy everything/prairie fire

Dec 7 1883

Dak Dem

93

Stolte boys

Local cigar makers

Aug 17 1922

Reg

15

Stolte, F

Arrived from Waterloo, Ia

May 11 1882

Dak Reg

4

Sullivan, Mr. & Mrs.

Arrived from Mass.

May 17 1917

Arg

3

Swanson, Robert

8th grade graduate, Cooper Sch

May 17 1928

Adv

42

Swenson, Mrs. Knute

Bitten by 700 pound hog

Sep 19 1918

Arg

84

Talich, George

8th grade grad from Red Lake

May 24 1923

Reg

44

Thorndyke, L.

Pub. @ Denver arrested/libel

May 24 1898

Sd Dem

49

Tinan, C.R.

Taxed for dog he doesn't have

May 13 1923

Reg

63

Train back in service

G7 Eng #2409 out of shop

Mar 22 1923

Reg

49

Train removed from river

Toppled 7 months ago

Oct 26 1922

Reg

29

Train wreck

Engine & 8 cars toppled

June 22 1922

Reg

8

Van Schaack, Frank

Proud owner of new deliv wagon

Oct 7 1897

Sd Dem

25

Venekamp, Mrs. Roger

Former Rosemary Card

May 18, 1972

Reg

5

Viereck Bros.

Breaking land this year

June 15 1922

Reg

9

Vojalinski and sons

Visited John Talich

June 1 1922

Reg

3

Wagner, Gilbert

8th grade graduate, Cooper Sch

May 17 1928

Adv

42

Waldron, Billy

Auto accident near Presho

May 25 1922

Reg

6

Walker, Miss Eliza

Lasooed wolf, has trophy

Jan 19 1899

Reg

104

Washington, George

Obit 1/4/1800 in this issue

Mar 8 1928

Adv

50

Watts, Jack

Open grocery store, Chamberlai

Nov 15 1923

Reg

87

Wattson, Bert

Photo and history in this issue

Apr 29 1948

Reg

70

Welch, Mr. & Mrs. Roman

Back from Ohio to start farming

Mar 8 1928

Adv

50

Wells, Wallace

Found fossil resembling alligator

June 16 1898

Reg

65

Wentz, Harry

Buys Pukwana Press

May 13 1897

Dem

4

White Ghost

Gave 108 ponies to issue house

Aug 26 1897

Sd Dem

15

Whitney, Bob

Induction into army. Sioux Falls

Mar 6 1958

Adv

50

Wilson, Truman

Guilty of fencing govt land

July 15 1897

Dem

12

Winchell, Roy

Soldier's letter from France

Nov 14 1918

Arg

87

Winey, J. R. of Highmore

Guilty of "blind pig" op

July 5 1917

Arg

10

Wolf, John H. (Kimball merch)

Guilty of espionage, Leavenwort

May 9 1918

Arg

63

Wright, Ray

Bought the Orson Cook home

Sep 15 1898

Reg

84

Yellow Hawk

Guilty of stealing horses

Apr 7 1898

Sd Dem

73

Yontz, Jonas

Ret to Reliance from Mont

June 28 1917

Arg

8

Zebrosky, Frank

Pants caught fire, then prairie

Sep 19 1918

Arg

84

Ziebach, Miles

Accid shot himself in leg

Dec 6 1923

Reg

93

 

 

 

 

 

 


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