Tripp County, South Dakota
News

* * * * * Accidents / Deaths * * * * *

Linford W. Barnhart - Former Tripp County Man Killed At Rail Crossing Dave Colombe Stewart C. Geddes
Mrs. Wm. Haggard
(Red Cross Organization)
Hamill School Pupils Meet With An Accident Hammond Memorial Poem
Walter Horn, Falls Off Elevator Koenig Children Drowned Jimmie Scissions
Chris Sindo - Alone With Corpse Gus Truxes Johnny Williams




* * * * * Celebrations & Events * * * * *

Lamro Band July 04, 1908 Linden Pioneer Cemetery Remembered "Lone Ranger" Visits Winner
McNeely To Celebrate Memorial Day, 1929 Mortensen and Horner
Owens Tripp County 50th Anniversary Story

* * * * * Crime * * * * *

A Plot Revealed Booth & Bowen Bowersox & Shepard
Dr. W. E. Bridgeman Caught in Land Cases Mrs. Collins
Judd Darnell Thomas Daves Duel On Reservation
Eisenbraum Son Frank Fallon Dick Fool Bull
Lloyd & Leon Gransinger Wes Good - Bad Man is Shot John Gregory
Happy & Jordan Father Kelly Carl Henning
Coat, Short, Waller, Edwards, Ness, Dunkel Horse Rustlers Arrested Robert Jiroux
Irvin Lee Thomas Kutis Murder Gus Loch
Lee McNeely (December 25, 1908) W. Merritt Owens & Jones
George W. Pence Prison For Piper Reward for Stock Thieves
A. A. Short Bryan Short Some people are finicky
Jacob Standing Bull - Indian Turns Forger Jack Sully - Cattle Rustler Shot Dead Suemnicht (Soumnicht) & Kawer
Jack Sully - Died With His Boots On James Vyskeial - Robs Homestead Neighbors Woman Defends Husband
Leonard & Elmer West Ollie Worrell

* * * * * Disasters * * * * *

An Old-Fashioned Blizzard In South Dakota D. Boxley Fire Nearly Wipes Out Witten Business District
Fire Sweeps Tripp County Lamro, S. D. Loss Of $75,000 Caused By Blaze At Winner
Miniska Church Burns Plumhoff House Collapsed Prairie Fires 1898
Prairie Fire 1904 Prairie Fire 1909 John Rames Ranch House
South Dakota Prairies Afire Terrific Fire in Tripp County Violent Tornado Rips Across Eastern Tripp County
Winner Burns Fire Guard Wewela Store Building & Stock Destroyed

* * * * * General News * * * * *

Kate Bamable Beals Mrs. F. O. Beaulieu
Mrs. Lester Bellander Birtwistle, Midbow & McMillan Callendar
Lee Camis Cawthorne Chambers & Foster
Charlson John Chleboun, Jr. Cornell, Hazlegrove & Cornell
Margaret Crenis Julia Cronin Guy Covell
Crowd Attended Dance Rev. U. S. Crowder Dearinger
Mrs. Frank Goes To Meet Her Sister Gold In Tripp County
Steve Hamilton & Bride Rachel Hannet Hatfield
J. W. Hendren Florence Hickey C. O. Hilliard
Hockenbery Fred Hoffman & Family Roy Ihire
Mr. & Mrs. Geo. Jensen Kares William Kenaston - Exhibiting a bird
Fred C. Kirch Kirkwood, Huggins, Blakey & Hudson Jos. Kodelka
W. F. Korab Leo Leigerot Mrs. Lewis Lorenson
Martin & Steele John McGhee James O. Meare
Mrs. C. S. Meyers Guy Miller's Monoplane Harry Milliard
Mullins & Willcuts Moffett P. P. Perrin
Petrified Bird Found M. O. Potter, Family John Ramis
Russell Reed Robertson, Peer & Newcom Santee, Maulding & Davis
J. W. Shevlin Peter Schook D. A. Sinclair
Sjoblom & Keller H. Slaughter Smook & Fulwider
B. T. Stevenson Alice Taylor Alice Taylor & sons, Walter & Daniel
Tripp County Journal News - Jan 10, 1924 Tripp County Men V. J. Ulmer
Dan Vogel Watson Wedean & Westling
Joe & Oscar Week Margaret Wolfe Verna Wolfe
Woman's Club Party John Wortman

* * * * * Government * * * * *

Tom Ayres & Earl Gray W. F. Burns Appointed County Justice of the Peace Dog Ear Township Supervisers Named
Windsor Doherty Girl Homesteader Gets Mail Carrying Contract Mrs. Gooby, Postmistress, Gooby, South Dakota
J. H. Jennings Lee McNeely (November 22, 1912) Lee McNeely, Postmaster
Newton Splawn Tripp County To Organize Witten Incorporation
Working on Tripp County Report


* * * * * Hobbies * * * * *

Hockenbary & Rice Remarkable Garden In Dakota

* * * * * Indians * * * * *

The Indian As A Trader Luke Stands By Him The Red Man and His Names
Rosebud Sioux Are Left Stranded Witten, Indian Program

* * * * * Legal * * * * *

Iams' Will Provides Statue of Self to Cost Half Million Lots at Witten Tripp County Official Papers




* * * * * Railroads * * * * *

Bridge Across the White River Celebrate the Advent of the Railroad Chicago Northwestern Railroad, The Dallas Extension.
Electric Line Project Extending Northwestern Railroad Extension of the Railway Mail Service
The "Jack Rabbit Special" Latest Railroad Rumor New Lamro Wants Depot
Railroad Yards Taking Shape "Toot-Toot" at Colome

* * * * * Recreation * * * * *

200 Lombardies For Playground Harley Schaefer Playground Head

* * * * * Town & Village News * * * * *

Carter News, January 10, 1917 Carter News, May 16, 1918 Carter News, October 12, 1944
Carter News, February 16, 1956 Clearfield Area Headlines From the Winner Advocate Danton News
Hamill News, July 13, 1916 Ideal News - August 7, 1919 Ideal News - May 30, 1929
Jordan News, August 12, 1910 Keyapaha News - July 26, 1934 Komer News - August 11, 1911
Lakeview News, October 24, 1918 Lakeview News, August 7, 1919 Lone Star Township, October 10, 1918
Lone Star Township, October 24, 1918 Millboro News - Jan 10, 1924 Pahapesto Twp News - Jan 10, 1924
Plainview News - May 30, 1929 Pleasant Valley News - Jan 10, 1924 Vobr News - February 16, 1956
Wewela News March 07, 1940 Winner Brief News Items June 16, 1911 Witten News - August 12, 1910




* * * * * Weather * * * * *

Deep Snow in Tripp Hail Storm At McNeely John Remus - Struck by lightning





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