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~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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Iddings
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 'Advocate 11Jan1900' Mr. and Mrs. Wyrich, who have made an extended visit with the Iddings and other relatives here, returned to their home in Elkhart IN Tuesday evening.

Imlay
The Mapleton Press 20Jan1900 National Building and Saving Association to Ida Imlay; lots 8 and 9 block 88 Onawa $400.00
The Mapleton Press 20Jan1900 O.J. Imlay to Ida Imlay; lots 8 and 9 block 88 Onawa $1.00
The Mapleton Press 20Jan1900 Ida Imlay to O.J. Imlay; lots 8 and 9 block 88 Onawa $1.00

Ingham
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News Mrs. L.C. Sears' sister Miss Ingham arrived from Republic KS last week and will make an extended visit with her.

Ingraham
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Turin James Baker, Fred Moore, O.M. Moorse and Perry Ingraham are in Chicago this week.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Turin F.S. Moore shipped two cars O.M. Moore one car and M. Ingraham one car of fat cattle Tuesday.

Ingram
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Local News Mrs. L.C. Sears expects her sister Miss Ethel Ingram of Republic City today. She will spend the winter here.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Turin News Mr. Ingram shipped a car of cattle to Chicago Tuesday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Miss Ethel Ingram of Republic City KS arrived Thursday evening to spend the remainder of the winter with her sister, Mrs. L.C. Sears.

Irish
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Whiting News Miss Dora Irish visited in Sloan over Sunday with relatives.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting Will Irish of Hornick is visiting relatives in Whiting this week.

Ischmal
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.

Isom
The Mapleton Press 20Jan1900 J.W. and Sarah Isom to Frank Andrews; undivided 1-11 e and nw sw 25-82-43 $100.00

Ivins
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Moorhead Attorney B.R. Ivins has moved into his new building.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Moorhead Attorney Ivins, G.L. Gabriel, Fred Ford and George L. Conlin are attending court at Onawa this week.

 
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Jacobson
Onawa Gazette 5Jan1900 Matilda Jacobson is spending the school vacation here with her sister Mrs. Elmer Morton and mother and at Mapleton with her sister Mrs. Proctor.

James
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Supervisor James is in Onawa this week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Supervisor Kerr was in town Monday and Tuesday doing his last duties as supervisor. He prepared an invoice of all the county material in his care and turned it over to his successor, G.H. James of Whiting. Mr. James goes to work with ease and will not dought make the county a good official.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Whiting News County Supervisor G.H. James went to Onawa Tuesday and took the oath of office as required by law.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News County Supervisor James returned home from Onawa Saturday evening.

Jeffrey
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Everett McQuillian and wife moved Tuesday into the Jeffrey house for the winter.

Jenness
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 M.J.P. Jenness of Smithland was in town a couple of days this week.

Jennewein
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Whiting News L. Jennewein and wife of Decatur are visiting with their son Frank and family for a few days.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News Oliver visited with Frank Jennewine in Lake township last week.

Jepson
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Whiting News Mrs. Charles Eggleston had a surgical operation performed at St. Joseph's hospital, Dr. Jepson assisted by Dr. Robbins doing his work.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Turin News List of farmers and the amount they are feeding: James Baker, O.E. Brown and John Potts head the list with 200 head each; Peter Peterson has 42 head; J.R. Jepson has 20 head, R.T. Reese goes near the top with 150 head; Mrs. Rhinehart, 15 head; Moore Brothers, 60 head; Nels Nickelson, 20 head, and George Cork 25 head.

Jerome
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 'Advocate 11Jan1900' Miss Mae Jerome returned to Dubuque Tuesday evening to resume her studies at the Visitation Academy.

Johannsen
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News Hans Johannsen put in a feed grinder the past week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News Hans Johannsen has lost 15 head of nice hogs since Thursday last week with the cholera.

Johnson
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana Cy Johnson's house on the Jordan was burned to the ground Friday morning. They saved most of their furniture but their fruit and vegetables were all destroyed.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Soldier Mr. and Mrs. John C. Johnson of Spring Valley were in town Sunday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print J.M. Johnson and Fred Bean of this section were called to Missouri Valley this morning to work for a few days.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Local News Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Louise Bakke and Rev. Johnson which will occur next week Wednesday.
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.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Turin Russell Johnson is in Onawa this week on the Jury.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Lincoln News Misses Hulda Johnson, Alyce Templeton and Messrs James Williams and Johnson of Onawa called on Minnie Fletcher Sunday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 East Sioux John Johnson is in Onawa this week on the jury.
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.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Whiting News Mrs. Lena Durman and Molly Kelly went to Onawa Wednesday to attend the Bakke-Johnson wedding.
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Noah T. Wood of Red Oak was in Sac City Tuesday, a guest of his friend and former townman at Mapleton, Rev. E.S. Johnson. Mr. Wood is thinking of changing his residence and is investigating the attractions of several Iowa cities.--Sac Sun.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Albaton News Miss Agness Bakke attended the Johnson-Bakke wedding in Onawa last Wednesday evening.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News Mrs. Edna McGee is helping Mrs. Oliver Johnson for a few weeks.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News Oliver Johnson paid $1.25 apiece to Andrew Samson for extra large geese recently.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Turin R.P. Johnson and family spent last Sunday with friends in Onawa.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Moorhead Russell Johnson of Turin was in town Tuesday.

Johnston
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Turin News Mrs. H.E. Colby and family are visiting with Mrs. R.P. Johnston this week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Turin News August Johnston of Onawa is visiting his friend Charley Roberg this week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News R.P. Johnston went to Moorhead Saturday to look after his lumberyard there.

Jones
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Lincoln News Gertrude Jones of Onawa is spending her vacation at her aunt, Mrs. H. Rhoades.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Mrs. W.W. Gingles of Castana was in town Monday, the guest of Mrs. J.H. Jones.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News William Forker and Fred Jones of Ticonic were in town Saturday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Turin News E. Jones was in Onawa Saturday on business.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Castana News Ed Jones was in Ute and Soldier on business Thursday.
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.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Monona Lodge No. 380, I.O.O.F. installed the following officers Monday evening with H.W. Cunningham as master of ceremonies: N.G., H.C. Jones; V.G., A.W. Burgess; Sec., H.W. Cunningham; Treasurer, C.F. Morris.
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Wes Jones and B.F. Boher were here from Ute Tuesday.
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Robert Jones of Kimball SD was in town a few hours Wednesday.
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News L.B. Munger, the former jolly grain buyer over at Castana and a pard of Ed Jones over there, was in Onawa one day early in the week on business. He got Corwin Overholt to show him the town.

Jordan
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News Died Julson Wednesday morning 3Jan1900 at 2 o'clock AM, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Julson, aged 38 years, 2 months, and 26 days. Sarah Elizabeth Jordan was born 7Oct1861 in Blue Earth County MN. A year later the family moved to Benton County IA. At 11 years of age her parents had both died and she grew to womanhood in the family of an older sister. In 1885 she came to Monona County and in that year was married to Mr. Julius E. Julson who died in Jun1898 after an illness of several years. Mrs. Julson had herself been an invalid during nearly all the years of her married life. Shortly before her husband's death he requested her to use his life insurance money $2000, in employing every effort and means to recover her health and lately she was telling some of her intimate friends that she had earnestly striven to do so, but that it could not be, and that the end could not be far distant. At the last she passed peacefully away. Though not a professor of religion she attended the Christian church and in life was a most agreeable person with large numbers of friends who feel keenly the sadness of her life and death. Funeral services will be held at the Christian church at 2 o'clock Friday 5Jan1900, J.E. Denton pastor, and her remains will be in the little lot beside those of her husband in the Onawa Cemetery.

Juleson
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Mrs. Sadie Juleson died at her home in Onawa on Tuesday morning at 2 o'clock of a long standing trouble dating from an injury received fourteen years ago. Since that time she has been an almost helpless invalid. Her husband died about eighteen months ago. Soon after his death Mrs. Juleson went to a hospital for treatment but received no permanent help. The funeral will be held at 2 o'clock Friday, conducted by Rev. J.E. Denton.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Local News Died Julson Wednesday morning 3Jan1900 at 2 o'clock AM, Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Julson, aged 38 years, 2 months, and 26 days. Sarah Elizabeth Jordon was born 7Oct1861 in Blue Earth County MN. A year later the family moved to Benton County IA. At 11 years of age her parents had both died and she grew to womanhood in the family of an older sister. In 1885 she came to Monona County and in that year was married to Mr. Julius E. Julson who died in Jun1898 after an illness of several years. Mrs. Julson had herself been an invalid during nearly all the years of her married life. Shortly before her husband's death he requested her to use his life insurance money $2000, in employing every effort and means to recover her health and lately she was telling some of her intimate friends that she had earnestly striven to do so, but that it could not be, and that the end could not be far distant. At the last she passed peacefully away. Though not a professor of religion she attended the Christian church and in life was a most agreeable person with large numbers of friends who feel keenly the sadness of her life and death. Funeral services will be held at the Christian church at 2 o'clock Friday 5Jan1900, J.E. Denton pastor, and her remains will be in the little lot beside those of her husband in the Onawa Cemetery.

 
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Kadell
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.

Kahn
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Local News At the Hotel Monona: J.A. Phillips of Dunlap; H.A. Bromleigh of Washington DC; M.A. Struble of Sioux City; C.R. Blackman and B.S. Noble of Ida Grove; J.E. Chubbuck of Carroll; L.B. Munger of Castana; M.J. Kahn of Des Moines; A.J. Ehlers of Chicago; and F.T. Rand of St. Louis.

Kearns
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Willie Kearns is doing 7th grade work on trial.

Kee
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 Matthew Kee has rented his farm southeast of town to Robert McMannamy for the ensuing year.
The Mapleton Press 26Jan1900 Tomorrow the Press will print sale bills for Matthew Kee residing six miles southeast of Mapleton who will dispose of his stock, machinery, and household goods at publich auction beginning at 10 o'clock AM.

Keiser
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Local News J. Keiser is on a business trip to Illinois.

Kellar
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Local News Mr. and Mrs. William Kellar of River Sioux were visiting with Mr. and Mrs. A.W. Rowe last week.

Kelley
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Blencoe in Print A merry skating party of about 25 of our young people went to Kelley's lake Saturday night for a two hours skate.
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.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Whiting News Mrs. Lena Durman and Molly Kelly went to Onawa Wednesday to attend the Bakke-Johnson wedding.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Ute Rolla Kelly gave a pleasant party to a number of his young friends at his home north of town last Friday evening.

Kelsey
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print There is not many cattle being fed in this community as there was a year ago. Among the feeders now are: Robert Kelsey, one car; Cook and Son, 100 head; C.A. Danforth, 200 head; Kerwin Brothers, 80 head; A.M. Noble, 60 head; Phil Naden, 20 head; Ed. Bryceson, two cars of cows.

Kenna
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Castana News Landlord Kenna of the Castana has decided to quit the hotel business 1Feb1900 and we can only hope that another landlord will succeed him who will keep up his pace as he has redeemed the house from its former indifferent reputation.

Kennedy
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Whiting D.W. Kennedy, father of George M. Kennedy, who has been here for several weeks, is very much improved in health and it is hoped that he will soon be able to be out.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Blencoe News Born 4Jan1900 to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Kennedy, a daughter.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting George Kennedy spent Sunday in Logan with a brother who is very sick. The elder Kennedy who has been here for some time returned to Logan Saturday.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 The Week In Whiting George Kennedy was called to Logan to see his brother who was hurt by falling from a telegraph pole. He was taken to the hospital at Omaha for treatment. George returned home Monday stating that his brother was resting fairly well.

Kenyon
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.

Kerr
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Supervisor Kerr was in town Monday and Tuesday doing his last duties as supervisor. He prepared an invoice of all the county material in his care and turned it over to his successor, G.H. James of Whiting. Mr. James goes to work with ease and will not dought make the county a good official.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Blencoe in Print F.J. Peebles of Nebraska is the new relief agent who assists H.W. Kerr now.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Blencoe News Mrs. Morgan of River Sioux was here for an over-Sunday visit with her daughter Mrs. Kerr.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print Messrs. Kerr, Dingman and the section foreman and their wives went to River Sioux Sunday on the hand car.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Albaton News Mrs. Kerr has returned home from an extended visit in Sioux City with her daughter.

Kersey
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting F.E. Smith of Hopedale IL who in December bought the Ordway farm occupied by S.A. Kersey, is expected here about the first of the month. He has rented a house in town and will not move on the farm.

Kerwin
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Blencoe in Print There is not many cattle being fed in this community as there was a year ago. Among the feeders now are: Robert Kelsey, one car; Cook and Son, 100 head; C.A. Danforth, 200 head; Kerwin Brothers, 80 head; A.M. Noble, 60 head; Phil Naden, 20 head; Ed. Bryceson, two cars of cows.

Kesler
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Soldier Thoreson and Kesler have built quite a nice ice house in the rear of the store.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Soldier Mrs. J.C. Kesler and daughter Blanche and Mrs. J. Lawrence were train passengers to Moorhead Friday to attend a series of meetings.
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.

Kesterson
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Turin News John Kesterson returned from Bancroft NE last Friday. He reports M.H. Davis able to be up now and is improving fast.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Turin News S.T. Kesterson returned from Whiting Friday. He has decided to make his home there with his son John and will go up this week.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News John Kesterson has gone up the Maple to visit with relatives and old friends for a time.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Turin News S.T. Kesterson moved his effects to Whiting last week and will make that place his future home.

Ketchum
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Lincoln News Garfield Todd of Onawa spent a few days with George Ketchum.
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Lincoln News Fred Ketchum of Missouri Valley is visiting home folks.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Lincoln News Artie Ketchum is on the sick list this week.

Kiena
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana Mr. and Mrs. Kiena gave another social hop Monday evening in honor of their boarders and a few outside friends which was much enjoyed by those present.

Kilburn
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 The Week In Whiting The Whiting Horse company held its meeting last week and were pleased with the manager, Jule Kilburn, and gave him control again this season.

Kimball
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 High School Notes Ed. Kimball, once a student of the Onawa High School, but now studying at Iowa City, visited school the Friday of the declamatory contest and is speaking of the declamations afterward, he said: "I think the declamations were fine and that before many years the Onawa High School will be represented in the State Declamatory Contest."

Kindall
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Local News Attorney Kindall gave a dinner at his home in Onawa Wednesday in honor of the 81st birthday of Elijah Peake. Mr. and Mrs. G.W. McMillan and family of Onawa and Mrs. D.J. Rockwell of Council Bluffs were participating guests.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Local News Attorney Kindall was in Sioux City Monday.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Kindall and W.L. Smith were Sioux City visitors Sunday.
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Local News Attorney Kindall Left Wednesday a? Logan to attend some court matters.
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.

King
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 We are pleased to receipt for a remittance of $4.00 from J.W. King of Schaller which pays his subscription in advance. Mr. King lived in Mapleton until moving to Schaller a few years ago and has been a reader of the Press for many years.

Kingsley
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Local News W.H. Kingsley and daughter will leave Saturday for a three weeks visit with his daughter at Elgin and Magnet NE.

Kinneman
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting Charles A. Kinneman and wife of Lincoln NE are visiting with Mrs. Kinneman's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. Fetterly.

Kinney
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Castana News J.D. Lyons who has been on the Reverend Wiley place the past year will move to the Kinney farm northwest of Rodney in March.

Kintigh
Onawa Weekly Democrat 11Jan1900 Castana News Kintigh and Cahalan are holding auction sale of all their goods this week and getting ready for the new year.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Castana News Mr. Kintigh's specialsman departed for his home in Chicago Saturday night. Mr. Kintigh reports his sales the last week as being very satisfactory.

Kirk
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Lincoln News Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Patterson and children and Mrs. Kirk, of Sheldon, are visiting at Carl Pembers this week.

Kisling
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 Castana News John Kisling was in Soldier on business last Tuesday.

Kline
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 J.H. Kline and wife of Great Falls NE are here visiting their daughter Mrs. Jas. Sawyer

Knudson
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Turin There is a nice new baby boy at the home of C.A. Knudson. The whole family is very proud of the little fellow.

Knutson
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 Ute M.L. Knudtson is sheeting his harness shop with iron pressed in imitation brick lined with asbestos which makes it practically fire proof and adds materially to its appearance.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Turin News Mr. and Mrs. Chris Knutson's home was made brighter by a baby boy Sunday night.

Koenig
The Mapleton Press 19Jan1900 Carhart Brothers put in a new Majestic steel range for Jno. Koenig Wednesday.

Konkel
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Whiting News The Local Advisory Board of the Iowa Children's Home Society at Des Moines met with Mrs. E.M. Cassady last week Thursday. The following officeers were elected: President, Mrs. McDowell; Vice-President, A.A. Konkle; Secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. E.M. Cassady. The executive committee: W.C. Whiting, J.E. Woods and Mrs. John Sundberg. The president of the board requests any information in regard to children left homeless or of anyone wishing to adopt a child. Mrs. E.M. Cassady, Secretary.

Koon
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting E.H. Koon spent Sunday with his family.
Onawa Weekly Democrat 18Jan1900 The Week in Whiting W.A. Koon was in Onawa Monday on some business connected with the old school house in east Whiting. He has become the owner of the lots.

Koontz
Onawa Weekly Democrat 25Jan1900 Soldier John Koontz of Onawa is stopping for the last few days with his sister Mrs. John Parish and family.

Kragle
Monona County Gazette 18Jan1900 'Advocate 11Jan1900' Henry Kragle departed the first of the week for Germany on a business transaction. He expects to return in about six weeks.

Kramer
Monona County Gazette 4Jan1900 Lincoln News Henry Kramer returned to Fremont NE Tuesday after spending Christmas at home.
Monona County Gazette 11Jan1900 Lincoln News Misses Mollie and Minnie Kramer spent Sunday with Mrs. G.W. Buckley.
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 Lincoln News Fred Norcross of Castana and Lewis Fischer of Arcola spent Sunday at the Kramer home.

Kratz
Monona County Gazette 25Jan1900 Moorhead Mr. Kratz, vice-president of the Northwestern Deposit and Investment Company of Holstein IA, was in town Tuesday on business.

Krotcher
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 Ticonic The families of Frank Krotcher and Jim Y... of Rodney visited with the family of Charles Powe.s Sunday.

Kuhns
Onawa Weekly Democrat 4Jan1900 News at Castana Charlie Kuhns was in Mapleton Satuday on business.

Kyvig
Onawa Weekly Democrat 04Jan1900 Oliver Kyvig was visiting in Onawa Monday.

 

 

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