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~Monona County -- Newspapers Reported the Community Happenings

~Just in case you were wondering what your Monona County ANCESTORS were doing in 1900.
~Researched & typed by Mike Swenson.
January 1900
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Alphabetical Index of Names -- News Excerpts January 1900

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Gabriel
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Moorhead George L. Gabriel's sister-in-law of Lake City is visiting in town this week.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Moorhead Attorney Ivins, G.L. Gabriel, Fred Ford and George L. Conlin are attending court at Onawa this week.

Gamet
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 East Sioux Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gamet spent last Monday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Peck.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Miss Sadie Beaman arrived home Sunday after a month's visit with her sister Mrs. R. Gamet of Mondamin.

Gantz
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print William Reideman, Fred Hyer, and Herman Gantz were in town Monday deliverying some barley.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News Will Rederman and Herman Gantz of Franklin, hauled their barley to Blencoe this week and sold it to Cook and Son.

Garrison
The Mapleton Press 20Jan1900 Sheriff Monona County to Jasper Garrison; w se 2-85-43 $639.25

Gaynor
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Local News Court will convene next Monday with Judge Gaynor on the bench.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Kindall entertained at a six o'clock ? Tuesday, Messrs. Judge Gaynor, ?orter Charles Hamilton, County Attorney W.L. Smith and W.D. Loomis, ? Blencoe.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News A case was brought by certain citizens of Moorhead before Judge Gaynor to set aside the election held for the purpose of incorporating the town on alleged irregularies. The decision of the court is that owing to said irregularities the proceedings were illegal. Brown and Anderson were the attorneys on the part of the citizens. This leaves the people of Moorhead ready for a new move in the matter of municipal incorporation.

Gid
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Ticonic Fred Reese of Turin and Frank Gid and Miss Jennie Wells spent New Years at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. McDonald of Rodney.

Giddings
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Bert Ellis is clerking at Giddings.
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 C.S. Snyder has severed his connection with J.D. Giddings and will leave the first of next week with his family for Sioux City where hs has secured a clerkship. It is with regret that we see Mr. and Mr.s The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Snyder leave Mapleton but hope for their future happiness and prosperity.
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 The members of Trinity Episcopal church will meet at the home of Mrs. J.D. Giddings on Saturday 27Jan1915 at 3PM.

Gilbert
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Porter VanDusen has sold his restaurant to F.O. Gilbert who will take possession at once. VanDusen will ship his household goods to Salix for the present.

Gilbertson
Onawa Weekly Democrat
11Jan1900 Soldier Oscar Gilbertson who has been clerking of O.H. Foss started last week for a few weeks visit with his parents in Wisconsin.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Wednesday at the residence of E.E. Bakke and wife a pleasant home wedding occurred when their oldest daughter, Louise A., was married to Rev. Aaron S. Johnson of Sioux Rapids IA. At 6PM the sweet strains of the wedding march played by Jennie Ballard announced the approach of the bride and groom with Agnes Bakke, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Godfrey Johnson, brother of the groom as best man, took their places in front of the double windows in the west parlor. Rev. C.H. Hjortholm performed the ceremony which was witnessed by 65 of the immediate relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties. Supper was served by Mrs. Oscar Bakke, assisted by Mrs. Nessle, Emma Andrews, Annie Peterson and Molly Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left Thursday night for Elbow Lake MN where Mr. Johnson is pastor of the Norwegian church at that place. The following were the out of town guests: A. Gilbertson of Mapleton, Miss Aggie Bakke of Albaton, Mrs. Durman and Mollie Kelly of Whiting, Godfrey and Miss Anna Johnson, H.A. Johnson and wife, Mrs. Amon Johnson, Mrs. J.S. Barstadt and daughter of Sioux Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. B.R. Mickelson of Linn Grove, Mr. and Mrs. M. Christofferson, Thor, A. cyrpeanson of Eau Claire WI, P.A. Fione of Sloan.

Gilkerson
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 Mrs. Mae Gilkerson has recently purchased a lot from T.B. Lutz in the new addition and is already getting the material on the ground for a comfortable dwelling house. F.W. Fox has the contract.

Gillespie
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Miss Verne Gillespie, who has spent the past three weeks with her aunt Mrs. R.B. Harper, returned to her home at Nevada IA Tuesday.
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 The following visitors were reported, Mesdames Harper, Hahn, Carhart, Brooks, and Miss Gillespie.

Gingles
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Mrs. W.W. Gingles of Castana was in town Monday, the guest of Mrs. J.H. Jones.

Glamon
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 The tract of land near Onawa known as the "Weare Ranch" and owned by Charles A. Weare of Chicago as trustee, was sold by Messrs. Bird and Searle of Onawa to David Hamin of Eltaso IL for $38 per acre. The farm contained 640 acres and the consideration footed up the comfortable sum of $24,320.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Mr. Glamon who is the manager of the Weare interests in this part of Iowa was in town over Sunday. The Weare ranch which originally consisted of between two and three thousant acres, has all been sold in parts to Illinois parties, until there remains now only about 600 acres, and Mr. Glamon thinks he will be able to dispose of the remainder by spring.

Glassy
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News The Congregational Sunday school last Sunday elected officers and teachers for the new year as follows: Secretary--James McIntyre; Assistant Secretary--Gertrude Mosher; Treasurer--Joe White; Organist--Mamie Carmody; Teachers--Mesdames Doty, Hogue, Carmody, Glassy, and McIntyre and the Misses Jennie Tees and Mannie McIntyre.

Glenn
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Blencoe in Print John Glenn Sr., one of the pioneer settlers of Sherman suffered with a light stroke of paralysis last Tuesday. Dr. Wheeler was called out to the farm and last accounts report Mr. Glenn as getting along nicely.

Godsey
Onawa Weekly Democrat 04Jan1900 Edna Godsey was a passenger to Castana Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting W.T. Godsey of Kearney NE came Monday for a visit with the Godsey boys.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News Edna Godsey, who is attending school at Castana, came home Friday and visited with the home folks until Sunday evening.

Golden
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Local News Mrs. Dan Cheney and little girl were down from Sioux City this week visiting her sister Mrs. M.J. Golden.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Friday night of last week Rebekah ? installed the following officers for the ensuing year: N.G., Mrs. Golden; V. Mrs. Henry Jones; Sec., Flora Burgess; Treas., Huldah Olson.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Mrs. M.J. Golden is enjoying a visit from her sister Miss Malm.

Good
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News The past week has been taken up in the district court with the cases of Good vs Cook and Durst vs Crow & McLaughlin. The former was decided in favor of plaintiff and the latter in favor of defendants. In the case of C.R. Blackman vs L. Kessler and John Eads the supreme court reversed the decision which had been in favor of defendants.

Goodwin
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 Charles Goodwin left Tuesday morning for Chester NE where he expects to take up his permanent residence. Mr. Goodwin has been a resident of this vicinity for the past five years, having given his attention to farming in Cooper township. In 1898 he was married to a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Beechler, but whose untimely death followed last August. He is a member in good standing of Iowa camp #230. Woodmen of the World and at the regular meeting of the camp Monday evening bade his brother Woodmen farewell, providing each with a choice cigar. We hope to hear of Mr. Goodwin's prosperity in his new home.

Gordon
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Arthur Gordon of Chicago was the guest of his brother-in-law, George Wonder, on Monday and Tuesday.

Graff
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 The marriage of Mr. Charles A. Lamb and Miss Josephine Graff occurred at the home of A. Lamb Monday evening, 1Jan1900, Justice T.F. Wooster officiating. There ceremony was performed at 9 o'clock, after which the relatives of the bride and groom of whom only were present, were ushered into the dining room where they partook of a sumptuous supper. These are two of Maple township's best young people and it gives us pleasure to congratulate them on their union and wish for them the best a long and happy life affords.

Grant
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Local News The suit that was begun last week against Samuel Grant by Miss Blanch Searls, it is rumored, has been settle by the marriage of the two young people in Sioux City early this week.

Graves
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Whiting W.L. Graves was in Onawa on business Monday.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Whiting News Frank Bigelow, W.T. Graves, and Charles Scholes were at Onawa Monday where they met with the assessors.

Gray
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana There was a pleasant surprise party at the home of Ed Gray in Center township Wednesday eve of last week. It was in honor of Ed's twenty-first birthday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Blencoe in Print John A. Gray and wife ate New Years dinner at the home of Rev. A.G. Washington.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Blencoe News Angus Gray is out again attending to business after a short illness.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Blencoe News Sam Gray visited with his uncle Fred Winegar and family of Kennebec last week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Mrs. John Gray of Onawa is here spending a week with her sons, A.O. and Daniel Gray.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Hugh McCowan who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Dan Gray, left for his home in Winnipeg MT Saturday night.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News Mrs. Mary Gray came down from Onawa for a visit of a few days at the good homes of her three sons and their families.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News The Gray Brothers will soon begin the erection of an addition the full length of their large hardware store building for their greater convenience.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News With money of the society the Ladies Aid women have purchased material and induced Jim Carmody, Sam Cunningham, L. Doty and William Johnson to do the work of building a new and good six-foot sidewalk from Gray Brothers' hardware store to the Congregational church.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 17Jan1900 Blencoe in Print On Tuesday this week, Samuel Cunningham of the firm of Cunningham and Gray sold his interest in the lumber yard to Munger and Wilkinson of Eagle NE.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 17Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Gray and Whyte shipped a car of hogs to Omaha Tuesday night.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 17Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Gray Brothers are building an addition on the west side of their hardware store 12x40, and intend using it as a warehouse.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Mesdames Mosher and John Gray drove to Onawa Tuesday.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Mrs. Carmicheal and her grandson Neville Gray spent Wednesday with friends at Onawa.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Gray Brothers began building an addition 12x40 on the west of their hardware store the first of the week.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Gray and Whyte shipped a car of hogs to Chicago Tuesday night. Sherman Naden went through with them.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Reverend Washington and wife, John Gray and wife, Jim Tees, Mr. Heller, Amelia Washington and Miss Conway drove to Onawa Monday evening to attend the concert.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News For 17 long years the firm of Cunningham and Gray have been in the lumber business and have made a success of the same. The first of this week Mr. Cunningham sold his interest to Wilkinson and Munger of Eagle NE. They will be associated with A.O. Gray the junior member of the former firm.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Dan Gray and family of Blenoce visited with Mrs. Jno. Gray Tuesday.
Dan Gray was in Onawa Friday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print A.F. Gray is visiting in Nebraska for a few days.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Gray Brother's ware room is now being enclosed.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Dan Gray and family were visiting in Onawa Tuesday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Mrs. John Gray of Onawa was the guest several days last week with her sons in this community.
Onawa Weekly Democrat Blencoe in Print 25Jan1900 Gray and Whyte are building a large corn crib. Mosher and Son are doing the work.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Blencoe News Alex Gray visited with friends at Norfolk NE the first of the week.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Blencoe News Gray and White are building a new corn crib 160 feet in length near James Cook and Son's office west of the track.

Greek
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News Born 5Jan1900 to Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Greek, a daughter.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News The voluntary petitions in bankruptcy now on file with Referee W.D. Brown pending final discharge are as follows: Seba I. Greek of Onawa, liabilities $5,897, assets, none; Silvan B. Greek of Blencoe, liabilities $3,107, assets, none; George G. Smith of Castana, liabilities $3,833.92, assets, $120, exempt; Hugh C. Brown of Kennebec, liabilities $690.41, assets, $140, exempt; Duke W. Wilsey of Mapleton, liabilities $9,968.06, assets $250, exempt.

Greene
Onawa Weekly Democrat 04Jan1900 Miss Mabel Greene was the guest of the Misses Mary and Edith Whittier a few days last week.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News Miss Mabel Greene who has been attending Normal school at Cedar Falls is spending her vacation with her friends Miss Edith Kenyon and Miss Althea Sawyer.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Whiting News Miss Mabel Greene who has been visiting at the Whittier home for several days left for Onawa and Smithland Saturday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 W.A. Greene has sold his Smithland Sun to A.A. Christie, a young man of that community. It is said that as soon as Mr. and Mrs. Greene can adjust matters they will return to Onawa.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Miss McMurry, who was a successful teacher in our schools two years ago, was married the middle of December to Rev. W.R. Smith. They are now located at Udall KS.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Whiting News Miss Edith Whittier and Mabel Greene left Monday morning for Cedar Falls to resume their studies after a two week's visit here.

Greenlee
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Blencoe News T.W. Greenlee and Ed Butcher and family spent last Sunday with their friend Frank Hanscom.

Greenstreet
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Ticonic Martha Greenstreet visited her sister near Castana Tuesday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Ticonic Miss Anna Peterson was the guest of Miss Marian Greenstreet Saturday and Sunday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Ticonic C.H. Powers and A.W. Greenstreet are running a butcher shop and barber shop and hereafter one can get a clean shave and a good hair cut at the new store building.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Ticonic D. Greenstreet was sick the last of the week but is now better.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Ticonic A.W. Greenstreet drove to the Oto mill Saturday after a load of flour for their new store.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Ticonic A.W. Greenstreet transacted business in Castana Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Ticonic Miss Martha Greenstreet visited with relatives at Turin Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Ticonic Greestreet and Richards sale was largely attended Saturday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Ticonic Mr. Skinner who recently moved to Mapleton visited with his daughter Mrs. Loyal Greenstreet Friday and Saturday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Castana News Mr. Greenstreet of Ticonic visited with his daughter, Mrs. Bud Payne Thursday.

Griffin
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 The Week In Whiting E.M. Harrison and Fred Griffin, who were on the petit jury at the district court, returned home from Onawa Saturday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Rev. Griffin, pastor of the Catholic church at Salix, is here visiting Rev. Hurley.

Grimsley
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Nimrod Grimsley, one of the best farmers of this community, sold his farm northwest of town two miles to Illinois parties last week for $46.00 per acre. It is stated that Mr. Grimsley will locate in Missouri.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 The Week In Whiting John Grimsley, who has been living on A.J. Weem's farm west of town, has moved on his farm near Ticonic.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News John Grimsley and family left this week for their new home near Grant Center.

Gullicksen
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Albaton News The Little Girls Sewing society auction was held 22Dec1899 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gullicksen.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Albaton News George Gullicksen made a trip to Onawa Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Albaton News Miss Cora Gullickson was shopping in Sioux City Friday.

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Hadley
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Turin Leon Hadley shipped two cars of cattle to Chicago last Saturday.

Hagerman
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Grant Centre G. Hagerman and Mr. Ischmal are building a blacksmith shop here this week. Mr. Ischmal and his son from near Chicago will make this their future home and run the shop.

Hahn
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 The following visitors were reported, Mesdames Harper, Hahn, Carhart, Brooks, and Miss Gillespie.

Hamilton
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Kindall entertained at a six o'clock ? Tuesday, Messrs. Judge Gaynor, ?orter Charles Hamilton, County Attorney W.L. Smith and W.D. Loomis, ? Blencoe.

Hand
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News Herman Hand made a business trip to Woodbine Monday.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 High School Notes In the trial last Friday the school lost the case and the defendants were found not guilty. Mr. Hand is to be complimented on the way he handled the case for the defendants. He was assisted by Mr. Will Maughlin.

Handel
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News Fritz, the 13-year-old son of Dr. Handel, received a severe, though not serious injury to the left eye some two weeks ago while mixing in a game of 'shinney' with a number of playmates, and has not recovered as rapidly as expected, though he is getting along better now and will undoubtedly fully recover before long. It was feared the sight had been impaired but it is found to be only a slight hurt.

Hanscom
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Mrs. George Hanscom of Sioux township spent New Years with the family of Frank Hanscom.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Blencoe News Mrs. George Hanscom visited friends in town the first of the week.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Blencoe News Mrs. George Hanscom visited with Frank Hanscom the first of the week.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Blencoe News T.W. Greenlee and Ed Butcher and family spent last Sunday with their friend Frank Hanscom.

Hansen
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana C.D. Hansen was doing business in the country Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News Report of school taught in District #5, Belvidere township, for the month beginning 27Nov1899 and ending 22Dec1899: names of those not absent: Annie and Agnes Hansen, Katie Nickolaisen, Axel and Fredrick Hansen -- Henrietta Henriksen, Teacher.
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Charles T. Hansen to Henry T. Maxwell et al; nw nw and part ne nw and sw part nw ne and w part sw ne ans nw and se nw 5-83-43 783 acres $5000

Hanson
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Albaton News The Ladies Aid society held their annual sale and dinner last Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Hanson.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Soldier Mr. and Mrs. Sever Berg of Spring Valley visited with Mr. and Mrs. Anthon Hanson Sunday.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Castana News Charlie Hanson has sold the Fred Rounds farm to T.A. Maxwell of Blencoe.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Albaton News Ole Hansen was taken to the poor farm at Castana last Friday.

Hantsbarger
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Albaton News Mr. Hantsbarger and wife were in Sioux City the first of the week.

Hardy
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News Frank Hardy of Lincoln returned Wednesday from a brief run down into Kansas on a business errand.

Harkness
Onawa Weekly Democrat 04Jan1900 Mrs. George Harkness will leave this Wednesday for Precatonica IL, where she will visit her mother.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Whiting News George Harkness was in Sioux City on business Friday.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Whiting News Mrs. George Harkness left for Pecatonia IL Friday morning. At Ackley IA she was take sick and removed from the train to the hotel where she remained until Sunday evening when she again resumed her journey, arriving at her destination Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Albaton News George Harkness was in town last Wednesday.

Harlow
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Lincoln News Jessie Harlow of Onawa spent Saturday with Gladys Buckley.

Harmon
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News Elton, son of James Cook, has been ill and Dr. Harmon has been down to see him. He is getting along nicely.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Monday morning early Dr. Harmon, not knowing it was slippery, started for the barn to feed his team preparatory to making a professional call, slipped and fell down the back steps hurting his wrist very badly and otherwise bruising himself.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Mrs. R. Harmon entertained the Ladies Aid society of the Christian church yesterday afternoon.

Harper
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Miss Verne Gillespie, who has spent the past three weeks with her aunt Mrs. R.B. Harper, returned to her home at Nevada IA Tuesday.
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 The following visitors were reported, Mesdames Harper, Hahn, Carhart, Brooks, and Miss Gillespie.

Harrigan
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Miss Mary Harrigan of Danbury has spent this week with friends in town.

Harrington
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Ticonic Report of Good Hope school, district No. 6, Grant township for the month ending 9Jan1900: Names of those not absent during the month were Elma and Maud Smith, Elmer and Addie Olson and Ray Carroll. -- Edith M. Harrington, Teacher.

Harris
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Rodney Perry Harris who was bound over to the grand jury a short time ago for assault and battery was again arrested and brought to trial on complaint made by Cy Town who alleges that Harris attempted to rob him one night last week while he was returning home from Rodney. As a result of the trial Harris was placed under $500 bonds in default of which he was taken to Onawa to await the action of the grand gury.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 P.A. Harris of Castana and Miss Josie Myers of Onawa were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Myers, 2Jan1900. The marriage was conducted by Rev. E.L. Stevens of the M.E. church.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Rodney Several of the citizens of Rodney were attending court in Onawa Saturday, called there as witnesses on the case against Perry Harris.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Rodney A son of Mr. Harris was severely hurt one day last week while skating by falling and striking his head on the point of his companion's skate.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News Perry Harris of Grant is in the county jail in default of a good $300 bond to keep the peace. He had threatened great bodily injury or something to Mr. E.A. Towne who lives near Rodney, and because he was unable to secure a bondsman for his appearance at the next term of court, which convenes 23Apr1900 next, Justice W.D. Brown requires him to take his regular meals in the public bastile at the county's expense.

Harrison
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting Ed M. Harrison is serving on the petit jury.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 The Week In Whiting George Harrison, son of Louis Harrison, who was been visiting here the past two weeks, returned home Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 The Week In Whiting E.M. Harrison and Fred Griffin, who were on the petit jury at the district court, returned home from Onawa Saturday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Mr. and Mrs. Ed. M. Harrison were guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. S.T. Burns.

Hasbrouck
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 To the kind friends and neighbors who so willingly gave us their aid and sympathy during the sickness and death of our beloved child, we deserve to express our thanks. -- Jesse Hasbrouck and Family.

Hathaway
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Turin News Miss Stella Hathaway was in Onawa Saturday and Sunday visiting friends.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Al Hathaway of River Sioux was in town Sunday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print I.T. Hathaway will have a public sale at his farm 8Jan1900 to dispose of some of his surplus stock. He has made a specialty of raising Poland China Hogs.

Hawkins
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News District Deputy Grand Master H.W. Cunningham, Walt Burgess, William Hawkins and Simon Levich went to Moorhead Thursday of this week to install the officers of Oddfellows lodge at that place.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News The following newly elected officers of Queen Esther Chapter No. 222. O.E.S. were installed Wednesday evening by Dr. C.W. Cope: W.M., Mrs. L.C. Sears; W.P., W.D. Brown; A.M., Mrs. J.W. Huff; Con, Mrs. J.G. Smaltz; A.N., Mrs. C.W. Cope; Sec., Mrs. R.L. Hawkins; Treas., Mrs. C.H. Huntington; Marshall, Mrs. C.S. Pike; Chaplain, Mrs. John Brandin; Organist, Mrs. G.W. Buckley, Warden, Mrs. D.A. Pember; Sentinel, F.W. Snow; Star Officers, Adah, Minnie Kramer, Ruth, Mrs. Egli; Esther, Mrs. John Oliver; Martha, Mrs. Lark, Elecia, Mrs. Boyd.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Tuesday evening the Modern Woodmen of America with their wives and lady friends congregated in the Masonic hall for the purpose of installing the officers of the lodge publicly. The following officers were duly installed: Venerable Counsel, G.A. Oliver; Worthy Advisor, R.L. Hawkins; Banker M.T. Pember; Clerk, S.A. Howard; Watchman, C.S. Butler; Sentry, L. Messing; Physician, Dr. Battin; Manager, L.C. Sears; Escort, L.E. Paine.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News R.L. Hawkins was in Blencoe Monday on business.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print R.S. Hawkins of Onawa was in town Monday.

Hawley
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Marshall Hawley returned Wednesday from a few days visit at Salix
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 A fire broke out in a barn in the rear end of R.G. Fritz's second hand establishment in Main St yesterday morning about 2 o'clock, burning the bar and one horse belonging to Mr. Fritz; also one cow belonging to Mrs. Kadell. A small barn adjacent belonging to Mr. C.C. Hawley also burned.

Hawthorn
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Mr. and Mrs. J.F. Putzier spent Sunday with D.H. Hawthorn and wife at Anthon.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Miss Arta Willey visited over Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Hawthorne at Anthon.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Local News Mrs. Dave Hawthorne was down from Anthon last week having some dental work done. She returned home Friday accompanied by Miss Arta Willey who made an over Sunday visit.
Onawa Weekly Democrat
18Jan1900 Castana News Henry Cunningham was over Monday night 8Jan1900 and installed the following officers in the I.O.O.F. lodge here: N.G., W.F. Hawthorn; V.G., P.T. Waples; R. Sec., J.P. Payne; P. Sec., C.W. Norcross; Tres., W.W. Bouslaugh.
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Mrs. D.H. Hawthorn of Anthon is visiting with Mapleton friends.

Hazen
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 A.H. Hazen of Sioux City, representing a cigar jobbing house in which he owns an interest, was in town Wednesday.

Hegwood
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Last Friday afternoon Hanscom Post held a public installation of the newly elected officers. The Sons of Veterans camp and the G.A. Ladies Aid were invited to be present. Members of the post from Turin, Blencoe, and Whiting were in attendance. The following officers were installed: Commander, C.G. Perkins; Sr. Vice Commander, James Carmody; Jr. Vice Commander, W.S. Wade; Surgeon, W. Collins; Chaplain, E.L. Stevens; Quarter Master, J.K. McCaskey; Officer of the Day, John Murphy; Officer of the Guard, William Hegwood.

Heller
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print The Woodmen will install the following officers on Wednesday evening the 17th: W.P., A. Mesecher; W.A., E. Naden, banker, Willis Wymer; escort, Frank Skinner; clerk, W.D. Loomis; watchman, Ray Heller; secretary, Charles Tryon; manager for three years, John Brown.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Reverend Washington and wife, John Gray and wife, Jim Tees, Mr. Heller, Amelia Washington and Miss Conway drove to Onawa Monday evening to attend the concert.

Henderson
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Rodney Bert Henderson was transacting business in Hornick Thursday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Albaton News Charles Henderson and wife have moved to Sioux Falls.

Hennum
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 E. Hennum of Fairview township was doing business in town Saturday.

Henriksen
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News Report of school taught in District #5, Belvidere township, for the month beginning 27Nov1899 and ending 22Dec1899: names of those not absent: Annie and Agnes Hansen, Katie Nickolaisen, Axel and Fredrick Hansen -- Henrietta Henriksen, Teacher.

Henry
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Albaton News A merry part was given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry last Saturday evening.

Herring
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Lincoln News County Superintendant Lark visited with the Cook and Herring schools in Lincoln Friday.

Herrington
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News Mrs. R.B. Ransom, well known years ago over in the Soldier valley part of this county and whose health has been poorly for some time, is considered as greatly improving the past few days at the home of her son Henry Herrington of Onawa, where she has been for some time.
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 Miss Ione Herrington of Grand De Tour IL is here making a visit to her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. E.B. Chamberlin and other relatives.

Hilton
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News District Court Clerk Bradbury went in to Chicago Friday last week and returned Thursday last. During his absence his deputy, Miss S.M. Hilton, who writes such a smooth hand in the big records, was in charge of the office.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hilton on 28Dec1899. It is their 14th child, ten of whom are living.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Turin News F. A. Hilton of Onawa, who is traveling in the interest of the American Woolen Mills Company, was in town Saturday.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Selleck and S? Hilton were over ?ay visitors at Sioux City.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Turin News Fred A. Hilton of Onawa was in town Saturday on business.

Himmelman
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dolly were called to Humboldt IA Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Dolly's brother, Charles Himellman, who was a resident here for some time, having made his home with Mr. Dolly's family. Death was caused from consumption of the throat, he having passed peacefully away while asleep. Mr. Dolly returned the first of the week, but Mrs. Dolly and the children will remain the rest of the week.

Hitchcock
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News H.S. Howes shipped a fine male hog to Wesley Hitchcock at Mondamin Tuesday night.

Hite
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Whiting Miss Hite returned home Tuesday from Sergeants Bluff where she has been visiting.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Whiting Miss Belle McIntosh of Avoca IA was visiting with Mrs. W.G. Brown last week.

Hittle
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana Charles Covert of Loville IA visited with Mr. Hittle last week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Ticonic There was a social dance given at Dave Hittle's Monday night.

Hjortholm
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Wednesday at the residence of E.E. Bakke and wife a pleasant home wedding occurred when their oldest daughter, Louise A., was married to Rev. Aaron S. Johnson of Sioux Rapids IA. At 6PM the sweet strains of the wedding march played by Jennie Ballard announced the approach of the bride and groom with Agnes Bakke, sister of the bride, as maid of honor and Godfrey Johnson, brother of the groom as best man, took their places in front of the double windows in the west parlor. Rev. C.H. Hjortholm performed the ceremony which was witnessed by 65 of the immediate relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties. Supper was served by Mrs. Oscar Bakke, assisted by Mrs. Nessle, Emma Andrews, Annie Peterson and Molly Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson left Thursday night for Elbow Lake MN where Mr. Johnson is pastor of the Norwegian church at that place. The following were the out of town guests: A. Gilbertson of Mapleton, Miss Aggie Bakke of Albaton, Mrs. Durman and Mollie Kelly of Whiting, Godfrey and Miss Anna Johnson, H.A. Johnson and wife, Mrs. Amon Johnson, Mrs. J.S. Barstadt and daughter of Sioux Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. B.R. Mickelson of Linn Grove, Mr. and Mrs. M. Christofferson, Thor, A. cyrpeanson of Eau Claire WI, P.A. Fione of Sloan.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Soldier A child of Rev. Hjortholm is quite sick, said by Dr. Cook to be scarlet fever.

Hoadley
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana On Monday morning Mrs. L.C. Hoadley and family were shocked by receiving a telegram from Mr. and Mrs. Will Sears of Tekamah announcing the sudden death of their oldest son, Johnnie. Miss Bernice and Mrs Dudley took the first train and Mrs. Hoadley went Tuesday morning to attend the funeral on Wednesday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana Albert Hoadley drove to Onawa on Monday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana Leon Hoadley went to Tekamah on Wednesday morning to attend the funeral of his nephew Johnnie Sears who died very suddenly it is supposed on sunday night.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hoadley gave a family dinner Sunday which was greatly enjoyed by the family of C.W. Dudley, C.L. Watkins, Pres Waples, Mrs. L.C. Hoadley and Miss Bernice.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Whiting News Mrs. S.C. Hoadley and Charles Watkins drove over to Tekamah Tuesday to attend the funeral of her little grandchild.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Castana News The old folks met with Mrs. Lizzie Cutter last week and report a splendid afternoon. Mesdames S.C. Hoadley, Craik, Edie Hoadley and S.T. Day were the visitors and they begin to think that their Tea Social is a good thing to draw to.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News L.E. Hoadley of Castana shipped from this place on Saturday two cars of cattle to Chicago.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Castana News Mrs. E.C. Hoadley and daughter Bernice returned Friday night from Tekamah NE.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Castana News Albert Hoadley returned Saturday from Tekamah NE where he went to attend the funeral of little Johnnie Drais.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Castana News Miss Bernice Hoadley is suffering from la grippe this week.

Hoagland
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Local News J.L. Foster of Pontiac IL, who is the owner of the farm east of town occupied by the Hoagland boys, was here this week looking after his interests. He will move on the place in March.

Hoar
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 G.D. Hoar has this week sold his Delmonico Lunch Room to Charles McCleerey and a gentleman by the name of Lillie from Danbury, who we understand will take possession about the first of next month. We have not learned of Mr. Hoar's future intentions.

Hogue
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Blencoe News E.L. Hogue and Tom Brown and wife returned from Des Moines Sunday afternoon.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 E.L. Hogue of Blencoe passed through town Tuesday on his way home from Des Moines, where he had watched the senatorial battle for several days. He is pleased with the outcome.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News T.E. Brown and E.L. Hogue of this place, with S.B. Martin of Onawa, attended the recent Senatorial caucus at Des Moines. Elijah Roake, of this place also went along.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News The Congregational Sunday school last Sunday elected officers and teachers for the new year as follows: Secretary--James McIntyre; Assistant Secretary--Gertrude Mosher; Treasurer--Joe White; Organist--Mamie Carmody; Teachers--Mesdames Doty, Hogue, Carmody, Glassy, and McIntyre and the Misses Jennie Tees and Mannie McIntyre.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 17Jan1900 Blencoe in Print E.L. Hogue was in Onawa Tuesday.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Mesdames M.C. and E.L. Hogue were at Onawa shopping Tuesday.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News William MacFarland and E.L. Hogue were at Onawa Tuesday attending a meeting of the ditch commissioners.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News E.L. Hogue of Blencoe was in Onawa Tuesday shaking hands with friends and attending to business affairs.

Holbrook
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Local News E.W. Holbrook spent New Years day with Mr. and Mrs. Will Loomis near Blencoe. Mr. and Mrs. Hotchkiss were also guests at the Loomis house.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News F.W. Snow and wife ate New Year's dinner at the C.H. Holbrook home.
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 C. Nixon and family will soon remove from Castana to Onawa where Mr. Nixon has made a business arrangement by which he is to become a member of the agricultural implement firm of Freeland and Holbrook.
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Lon Holbrook has this week purchased the interests of J.B. Liens in the meat market conducted for the past year by Hostetler and Liens and the style of the firm will here after be Hostetler and Holbrook. We have not learned of Mr. Liens' intentions for the future.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Local News ?eo Holbrook shipped a car of hogs to South Omaha Tuesday.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 High School Notes The Shakespeare Circle met with Olga Olson this week Wednesday. Bruce Holbrook was leader. They are reading "Merchant of Venice."
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News P.K. Holbrook has been housed up several days this week with a severe sore throat.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News George Holbrook and Thomas Flowers went over to the reservation on Wednesday last week for the purpose of buying corn for doing summer feeding. They found no trouble in buying what they needed.
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 The partnership existing between L. Holbrook and A.A. Sunde in the blacksmith business has been dissolved, Mr. Holbrook succeeding as sole proprietor. The change took place Monday. Mr. Sunde will locate in Sioux City where he is arranging for the purchase of a shop of his own.

Holden
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Moorhead Bert Holden returned from Chicago Tuesday.

Holdgrafer
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News At the Onawa House this week there were the following out of town guests, among others: J.H. Cork of Moorhead; Thomas Peabody of Lincoln; E.H. Williams of Sioux City; John Willmer and William Holdgrafer of Charter Oak; Jasper Bouslaugh of Castana; H.M. Briener and C.A. Smith of Lyons NE; and A.H. Morley of Decatur NE.

Hollingsworth
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 T.C. Hollingsworth of Ticonic was doing business in town yesterday.

Holloway
Onawa Weekly Democrat 04Jan1900 Reily Holloway was in Council Bluffs Saturday.

Holmes
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News Charles Holmes of Whiting was in town Tuesday afternoon.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 High School Notes R* Holmes was absent from school Monday morning.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 High School Notes R? Holmes and Nina Myers went skating Tuesday afternoon. They report a nice time with the exception of one thing. They had to recite their Caesar lesson before school took up Wednesday.

Homan
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Miss Carrie Wolfe and Fred Homan spent Christmas with Turin relatives.
Onawa Weekly Democrat Turin News 25Jan1900 O.J. Homan was doing business in Onawa last week.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Mapleton J.R. Homan will go to South Dakota tomorrow to purchase sheep and cattle.

Hopkins
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Joe Hopkins of Bruce SD is here for a visit with friends.

Hornill
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Turin News John Hornill and John Oldaker of Woodbine were in town Saturday buying wood.

Hostetler
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Lon Holbrook has this week purchased the interests of J.B. Liens in the meat market conducted for the past year by Hostetler and Liens and the style of the firm will here after be Hostetler and Holbrook. We have not learned of Mr. Liens' intentions for the future.

Hotchkiss
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Local News E.W. Holbrook spent New Years day with Mr. and Mrs. Will Loomis near Blencoe. Mr. and Mrs. Hotchkiss were also guests at the Loomis house.

Howard
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 High School Notes George Howard and Charles Cowan Reporters.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Tuesday evening the Modern Woodmen of America with their wives and lady friends congregated in the Masonic hall for the purpose of installing the officers of the lodge publicly. The following officers were duly installed: Venerable Counsel, G.A. Oliver; Worthy Advisor, R.L. Hawkins; Banker M.T. Pember; Clerk, S.A. Howard; Watchman, C.S. Butler; Sentry, L. Messing; Physician, Dr. Battin; Manager, L.C. Sears; Escort, L.E. Paine.

Howe
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Castana News Lawrence Howe has the framework of his house up -- it is 26x26, two stories.

Howes
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News H.S. Howes shipped a fine male hog to Wesley Hitchcock at Mondamin Tuesday night.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News The fireman's ball at the courthouse Wednesday evening was a pleasant affair. Toce, the harpist, gave his finest selections. The sudden change in the weather with a cold wave from the north probably prevented a larger attendance. Those present enjoyed an evening of delightful pleasure. Mr. H.S. Howes manages such affairs smoothly enough indeed and Louis Payne comes in handy as a good assistant.

Hudgel
Monona County Gazette Whiting News 4Jan1900 Misses Myrtle and Leola Polley of Albaton and Miss Hudgel of Sloan are making a farewell visit to their uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Curt Polly. Mr. and Mrs. Polly expect to leave Whiting soon but a location is not yet decided upon.
Monona County Gazette Whiting News 4Jan1900 The Misses Hudgel of Sloan visited with C.C. Polly and wife the latter part of last week.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News Mrs. W.J. Hudgel of Sloan came down Sunday evening for a few days visit with her brother C.C. Polly and family before they leave Whiting for their new home in Shenandoah.

Hudson
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Local News Cora and Francis Morris and Fred Hudson celebrated their birthdays all in one Monday evening by inviting forty of their young friends to help them. Miss Ashton assisted in entertaining the company.
The Mapleton Press 12Jan1900 Henry Hudson has spent the past week with his mother. He left for his home at Buffalo Center Wednesday.

Huff
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Lincoln News Dr. Huff called Friday to see Mr. George Zortman who is quite sick.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News The following newly elected officers of Queen Esther Chapter No. 222. O.E.S. were installed Wednesday evening by Dr. C.W. Cope: W.M., Mrs. L.C. Sears; W.P., W.D. Brown; A.M., Mrs. J.W. Huff; Con, Mrs. J.G. Smaltz; A.N., Mrs. C.W. Cope; Sec., Mrs. R.L. Hawkins; Treas., Mrs. C.H. Huntington; Marshall, Mrs. C.S. Pike; Chaplain, Mrs. John Brandin; Organist, Mrs. G.W. Buckley, Warden, Mrs. D.A. Pember; Sentinel, F.W. Snow; Star Officers, Adah, Minnie Kramer, Ruth, Mrs. Egli; Esther, Mrs. John Oliver; Martha, Mrs. Lark, Elecia, Mrs. Boyd.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Whiting News Saturday of last week Charley Huff's little girl fell and put her elbow out of place. Dr. Robbins put it back and she is getting along nicely.

Huffman
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Whiting R.H. Huffman while returning home from Nebraska on Thursday last week in a buggy in company with his uncle, the single tree broke loose and the horses became frightend and overturned the buggy breaking Mr. Huffman's collar bone and dislocating his shoulder. He was brought on home and is doing well.

Hughs
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Castana News John Hughs, who has been working in Missouri Valley for the past two months, returned Friday. He will work in the harness shop for W.S. Barton and Co. for a few weeks.

Hull
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Whiting News Elder J.W. Hull drove over to Holly Springs Monday to conduct a revival meeting for a couple of weeks.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting On Sunday Rev. Hull united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents in Lincoln township, T.H. Compte of Omaha and Miss Ida Fetterly. The groom is the head of the musical department in Hayden's department store in Omaha and is said to be a very excellent young man.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting Rev. Hull returned Saturday from Holly Springs where he had been in a week's meeting which resulted in five additions to the church. On Monday evening he began a meeting in Lossing and will continue it through the week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 The Week In Whiting The meeting at Lossing being conducted by Rev. Hull is being well attended and will continue this week.

Hunt
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Turin News A.L. Davis and wife spent Christmas with E.W. Hunt's family.

Hunter
The Mapleton Press 5Jan1900 Mrs. J.M. Hunter and son arrived here Tuesday from Boone and are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Chapman.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Castana News Hunter and Bowers shipped a car of sheep to Chicago Wednesday of last week.
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 Mrs. Mae Hunter left yesterday for her home at Boone after a three weeks' visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. L.L. Chapman. She will return in a few weeks and take up her home permanently, we understand.

Huntington
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Moorhead Ode Huntington's baby who has been seriously ill for some time is improving rapidly.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News The following newly elected officers of Queen Esther Chapter No. 222. O.E.S. were installed Wednesday evening by Dr. C.W. Cope: W.M., Mrs. L.C. Sears; W.P., W.D. Brown; A.M., Mrs. J.W. Huff; Con, Mrs. J.G. Smaltz; A.N., Mrs. C.W. Cope; Sec., Mrs. R.L. Hawkins; Treas., Mrs. C.H. Huntington; Marshall, Mrs. C.S. Pike; Chaplain, Mrs. John Brandin; Organist, Mrs. G.W. Buckley, Warden, Mrs. D.A. Pember; Sentinel, F.W. Snow; Star Officers, Adah, Minnie Kramer, Ruth, Mrs. Egli; Esther, Mrs. John Oliver; Martha, Mrs. Lark, Elecia, Mrs. Boyd.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Huntington left Tuesday for Rock Rapids and Sioux Falls on a visit.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News Mr. and Mrs. Huntington are in Sioux Falls this week visiting relatives.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News Mrs. C.H. Huntington is spending the week with her parents at Sioux Falls SD.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News C.H. Huntington went to Rock Rapids on a business trip Monday returning home Thursday.

Hurley
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Rev. Father Hurley held services in the Catholic church Sunday. By a change Father Hurley takes Father Weinhold's place over here having Onawa, Blencoe and Whiting. He will make his headquarters at Onawa.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Rev. Hurley will hold services in the Catholic church next Sunday at 9 o'clock.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan190 Local News Rev. Griffin, pastor of the Catholic church at Salix, is here visiting Rev. Hurley.

Hurst
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News At the trial of W.T. Popejoy and Frank Hurst Friday of last week the jury returned a verdict of guilty as charged -- the charge being in effect extortion. Both defendants were tried together and upon the return of the verdict by the jury were given until 12Feb1900 to file motion for new trial and 2 o'clock that day fixed for passing upon the motion or pronouncing judgment and sentence by the court. Ex-county Attorney B.F. Ross, by appointment of the court, defended Popejoy and Ed. L. Conlin by the same authority defended Hurst. County Attorney W.L. Smith prosecuted the case with energy while the defendant's attorneys stoutly contested every inch of the ground. It is stated by many who were present that Ed Conlin made an unusually able and touching address to the jury on behalf of defendant Hurst and that his remarks made a deep impression upon all who where privileged to hear him.

Huscroft
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting Samuel Atwood, E.M. Cassady, William Huscroft and Capt. Parker attended the G.A.R. installation at Onawa on Friday.

Hutchinson
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News Andrew Hutchinson of Missouri who left here about three years ago is visiting friends in Jordan.

Hyer
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print William Reideman, Fred Hyer, and Herman Gantz were in town Monday deliverying some barley.

 

 

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