Local People News Items
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (MN) Monday, October 7, 1907; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
NEW FLOUR MILL AT DASSEL.
(News Tribune Special.)
DASSEL, Minn., Oct. 6.-The Dassel Roller Mill company has been incorporated with a capital of $20,000. The company will build a three-story mill this fall. Arne Arneson, of Cyrus, Minn., will be manager.
SOURCE: [Source: "The Minneapolis Journal", June 12, 1905, Page 9 - KT - Sub by FoFG]
Glenwood, Minn, June 8 - Theo. Aune of this city is offering for sale a 560-acre farm, four miles from two markets. Good buildings, 400 acres cultivated, good timber, meadow and pasture. Good neighborhood and R.F.D. mail service. It is priced at $30 an acre.
S. E. Bowldy
Source: The Saint Paul Globe (MN) November 1, 1884.
S. E. Bowldy has been appointed agent of the Northern Pacific at Cyrus, Minn.
Source: Chicago Daily Tribune (IL) November 7, 1884; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
The Northern Pacific gives notice that an agency has been established at Cyrus, Minn., on the Little Falls & Dakota Railroad, seventy-eight miles west of the Little Falls, and S. E. Bowlby appointed agent.
Source: Duluth News-Tribune (Duluth, MN) Sunday, November 3, 1907; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
HOUNDS USED IN SEARCH OF CHILD.
Year-and-a-Half Old Boy Living Near Lowry, Minn., Missing Since Tuesday.
Alexandria, Minn., Nov. 2.-Hundreds of citizens of Lowry, with the aid of bloodhounds, are searching for a lost child, the year-and-a-half old son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown residing on the southern line of Douglas county. The little one has been missing since Tuesday noon and no clue has been discovered.
On Tuesday Mr. Brown took the child to the barn while he was harnessing his team for the afternoon's work. The little fellow was left outside. In a few minutes the father returned with his horses and outside met his wife who laughingly asked if he intended to take the child plowing.
Missing the boy, she asked where he had gone. The husband did not know. After searching the premises and not discovering him, neighbors were called. Every nook and corner was searched. That night 150 persons joined in the hunt.
The dogs used in the search yesterday followed the track to a trail of woodland east of the Brown home, where the scent was lost.
Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (Grand Forks, ND) Saturday, October 19, 1918; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
SOLDIERS KNOWN HERE NAMED ON CASUALTY LIST.
Private John A. Anderson, 28, who had been serving with the American Expeditionary forces in France since last spring, is reported to have died of disease on September 22. Knute Hegland, a well-known farmer of the Thompson district, for whom Anderson worked before going into service was notified of the latter's death, a few days ago.
Anderson's home was in Christiania, Norway, but he had been in this country for some years, and for three years was employed as a farm hand by Mr. Hegland. He left with selective service from this county, last March.
Mrs. C. Neros, 1620 International avenue has been notified that her cousin, Cleve Mortenson has been seriously wounded in action. Young Mortenson went abroad with the Pennsylvania National Guard and has been in active service since last spring.
The young man claims Lowry, Minn., as his home, but he has spent a good deal of time here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neros, and is known to a number of people here.
Source: New Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette (Concord, NH) March 18, 1886; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman
A combined hay rake and cocker has been patented by Mr. Samuel Olson of Cyrus, Minn. This invention covers a novel construction and combination of parts for a machine to gather hay from a meadow, form it into cocks, and deposit the cocks upon the ground automatically.
Ella and Sophia Thornton
Source: Grand Forks Daily Herald (ND) Friday, April 16, 1909; transcribed by Mary Kay Krogman TO ATTEND FUNERAL - Misses Ella and Sophia Thornton, connected with Benner, Berg & Garvin, were called to Cyrus, Minn., to attend the funeral of their grandmother.