Lac qui Parle County, Minnesota

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A. D. Brown
Source: Kalamazoo Gazette (Kalamazoo, MI) Friday, July 15, 1892; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

Washington, July 14.-The president sent to the senate Thursday the nomination of . . . the following postmasters: A. D. Brown, Madison, Minn. . .

Ashley Ellickson
Source: Aberdeen Daily News (Aberdeen, SD) Friday, March 13, 1891; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

Charles F. Spencer has sold the Montevideo (Minn.) Commercial to Ashley Ellickson, of Madison, Minn., and the new owner takes possession immediately.

Fremont Ellickson
Source: Freeborn County Standard (Albert Lea, MN) May 29, 1890; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
Fremont Ellickson, of Madison, Minn., accompanied his brother Ashley on a visit to Albert Lea last week. Their sister, Mrs. Nelson, returned with them, hoping by the change of residence to find relief from her ill health.

S. E. Farnum
Source: Freeborn County Standard (Albert Lea, MN) Nov. 5, 1890; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
S. E. Farnum of the Madison, Minn., Press has received an appointment in the government service, the nature of which we have not yet learned, and offers his paper for sale.

Martin Holtan
Source: Aberdeen Weekly News (Aberdeen, SD) Thursday, January 11, 1894; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

Madison, Minn., Jan. 11.-Martin Holtan, a farm laborer, who for some time has not been considered to be in his right mind, came up to this place from Dawson Saturday evening and took out a license to wed one of the pretty and respectable girls of that town, who never had consented to any such action. The next morning it was discovered that the man was a maniac and before night he was placed in the jail while in a raving condition.

P. G. Jacobson
Source: Aberdeen Daily News (Aberdeen, SD) Tuesday, June 9, 1891; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman

P. G. Jacobson will leave tomorrow for Madison, Minn., where he has recently organized the Farmers State Bank with a capital of $25,000. He is well and of course favorably known in that community and beyond question, will succeed in building up a lucrative business. Mrs. Jacobson will not go until the last of the week. It is unfortunate that Aberdeen is called upon to lose these excellent people and it will be with great regret that citizens see them depart. They will always be remembered kindly by hundreds of friends here.

Source: Aberdeen Daily News (Aberdeen, SD) Friday, June 12, 1891; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
Mrs. P. G. Jacobson has gone to Madison, Minn., to join her husband.

John W. Johnson
Source: Norwich Morning Bulletin (Norwich, CT) Friday, April 7, 1876; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
The Hon. John W. Johnson of Madison, Minn., has given $5,000 to the State university, the income of which is to be used in aiding students who speak the Scandinavian language.

H. A. Larson
Source: The Dawson Sentinel, Friday, June 19, 1959. 75th Anniversary of Dawson Edition. Transcribed by the Alberti's.
From the Sentinel Files
While in Palestine last year, H. A. Larson visited the tomb of Abraham and as a memento of the visit, plucked a few heads of wheat from a small field a few feet from the tomb, and shelling out the kernels, brought them home with him. Last spring he planted those few kernels of wheat and a few days since, as harvested his crop, something like fifteen or twenty heads. These heads grew on stocks from 18-20 inches in height and are well filled with large kernels. The crop this year will be about a teacup full of wheat, which Mr. Larson will plant next your and in all probability will get a sufficient yield to afford a test of the quality of the grain.
Dawson Sentinel, July, 1898

Mrs. Dr. J. M. Todd
Source: Freeborn County Standard (Albert Lea, MN) May 2, 1888; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
The following from the Madison, Minn. Press refers to the first-born of Mrs. Dr. J. M. TOdd, formerly Miss Nora Abbott, daughter of President Abbott of the College: "Master Russel Webster Todd was recently the recipient of the class of '86 cup from the ladies' seminary at Mt. Holyoke. It seems that the young ladies of that class, of which Mrs. Todd was a member, were inclined to encourage matrimony and offered a prize of a silver cup for the first child born to the class and Master Todd has captured it."

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