Aberdeen Weekly News, Aberdeen, South Dakota
Friday, April 15, 1887, p. 1
Clark, Dak., April 14 -- Special to the Pioneer Press: J. M. Adair has sent out a warrant charging Allen M. Chaney, real estate and loan agent here, with embezzling $1,000. Chaney has left for parts unknown.
Minister and Merchant Drowned
Big Stone City, N. D., June 29 – The Rev. James Williams, pastor of the Methodist Episcopal church at Bristol and Bradley, S. D., and Abraham Jones, a hardware merchant of Butler, S. D., were drowned near the Simpson Park camp grounds this morning, a bad leak in their boat causing it to sink under them. [The Langston City Herald, Langston City, O. T., July 11, 1896 - Submitted by Dale Donlon]
Aberdeen (SD) Weekly News, Thursday, April 27, 1916
The explosion of a gas stove caused the destruction by fire of a house on a farm near Lily in which Adolph Grandsberg and his family resided. Mrs. Gransberg was home alone at the time and was badly burned about the face and arms while trying to save some of their household effects.
11 May 1903
Aberdeen Daily News
Clark – The members of R. Ackerman’s family, living north of town, were poisoned by eating ice cream. Mrs. Ackerman is seriously sick.