Garden City Social Notes

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Year-page Title  
1867-1 Bill, D.K.  
1867-1 Notice-Wm. Walker Lindsley sold business to sons  
1867-2 Festival at Frazer's Hall  
1867-2 Notice-Wm. Walker Lindsley sold business to sons  
1867-2 D.K.Bill opens Flour and Feed Store in Garden City  
1867-3 Geo. W. Marsh of Shelbyville breaks ribs from fall  
1868-1 New Blacksmith Shop! Van Loan & Miles  
1870-1 Wm. Jones seriously injured  
1870-1 City resolves to build Second St. Bridge  
1870-1 Son of Jacob Bierbauer breaks right arm  
1870-2 Wm. Nettleton & Sam Dunning purchase cattle  
1873-1 Outrage upon teacher, David Kirk  
1879-1 John Griswold, Mkto. Bought the farm of C.E. Thurston  
1879-1 H.C. Slack hired to teach at Butterfield's Mill  
1879-1 R.K.Wilson appointed Justice of the Peace-Garden City  
1880-1 E.Smith, President of B.E. Cty. Ag. Society  
1881-1 Garden City Bridge destroyed by storm to be replaced  
1880-1 Garden City opened bids for new iron bridge  
1880-3 Blue Earth Co. Agricultural Society opened its gates  
1880-3 1870 Garden City census eronously published  
1880-3 D.D. Foster died at 70 years old  
1880-3 J.Hoozier of Rapidan, died June 13th after a long illness  
1880-3 Tuman Doud married Georgie Goodall July 3rd  
1881-1 C.B.Fraser erects new warehouse  
1881-1 Where's our bridge? Contract has been let.  
1881-1 Approaches to bridge washed away  
1881-1 Sever Goodall's barn washed away  
1881-1 Friend's warehouse and 5,000 bushels wheat gone  
1883-1 Barlow to issue the first Garden City Messenger Thurs.  
1881-1 Bountiful crop predicted; severe winter to follow  
1883-2 Haye's District to have new school; old one burned  
1883-2 Mrs. Nathaniel York, past resident, died last week  
1883-2 Small grain looks great, corn is backward & improving  
1882-2 Harvest is underway  
1883-2 Early wheat blighted & oats lodged  
1883-2 Wm.King building new copper shop, 17 X 32  
1883-2 School District No. 21 will have 9 month school year  
1883-2 B.W.Sower & Addie M. Silver hired interm./primary edu  
1883-1 St.Peter Tribun comments on T.N Boyton's stock farm  
1883-1 T.N. Boynton, Breeder Short-Horn Durham Cattle/Swine  
1883-1 Andrew Friend completes new Capwell Mill-Garden City  
1885-1 Frank Thurston is building a new home in Garden City  
1885-1 Wm. Schultz, completed a large barn on his farm  
1885-2 Fire on the large railroad bridge across Watonwan Rv.  
1885-2 C.A. Gales fitting up poultry buildings east of depot  
1885-2 Frank Evans sells house to sister of Deacon Parker  
1885-2 Frank Kimm's entire wheat crop burns  
1885-2 T.F.Mills & A.Redfield appt'd deputy weigh-masters  
1885-2 Wm.Mason has moved into Kimm bldg.  
1885-2 Potato crop is good; 100 bushels per acre  
1885-2 E.S.Warner moved to Mankato  
1885-2 Wm.Skinner sold land east of town to Wm.Mason  
1885-2 Mr.Mason bought lot No. of E.B.Evans store of J.Dilly  
1885-2 A Watchman (G.W.Goodman) is in place at the bridge  
1885-2 Amos Warner traded his old homestead w/Frank Loring  
1885-2 Frank Loring moved into house owned by A.Warner  
1885-2 Maggie Norton died at her father's home, 10-21-85  
1885-2 Mr. Wellcome saves Annie Wakeman from drowning  
1885-3 Mr. John Walker died at Woonsocket, S.D.  
1885-3 C.A.Gale moved into Mrs. M.E.Booth's home  
1885-3 A.W.Garret, station agent, summoned as witness  
1885-3 Geo.Goodall, Chas.Chamberlain & C.A.Gale rec'd carload of of coal  
1885-3 C.A.Gale, poultryman, started Mon. to attend the Wisc. St. Poultry Assoc.  
1885-3 A. Friend is in full occupancy of his elegant new home, just completed  
1885-3 C.H.Piper & Dr. Curryer are out East to purchase a horse  
1885-3 Wm.Capin, respected farmer, died suddenly at his home  
1885-3 14 yr. old, Jenny Prindle, drowns in nearby pond in icey conditions  
1885-3 Charles boynton narrowly escaped death in a serious horse accident  
1885-3 Men have been building snowfences, loaded on flat cars, distributed on cuts  
1885-3 There is a fine for driving pff a walk on the bridge; a sign says so.  
1886-1 Lottie V. Masters marries Otto M. Scott of St. Paul in Garden City  
1886-1 The farmers are near in answering"What will the harvest be?"  
1886-1 James Seawright & wife celebrated their 15th anniversary with friends  
1886-1 Prof. Eastman delivered a ;ecture pm phrenology at the school house  
1886-1 Saturday's snow storm moved Young People's Lit. Society to Tuesday  
1886-1 Friend's Mill is running steadily & products are selling  
1886-1 Mr. Dustin's Mill, old Folsom is running and doing good business  
1886-1 Prof. Parker having excellent success as H.S. Principal.Maybe next Cty.Sup
1886-1 I.O.G.T. lodge is flourishing condition  
1886-1 Progressive euchre is having a run in our village.  
1886-2 Corn needs rain  
1886-2 Ed Cornidh serves injunction on Mankato's P.M. Cannon;should be "country"  
1886-2 Fair Assoc.putting new buildings, stalls, etc.for big time this fall.  
1886-2 Schooling mtg. Sat.District 106, new directors elected;Warner, Evans,Bruce  
1886-2 D.M.Maston's grain threshed:60 barley bu./acre,50 oats bu/acre,wheat 26/ac  
1886-2 Mr. & Mrs.Bryson decided to adopt a small dark eyed stranger who arrived  
1886-2 Mr. & Mrs. H. Fleming celebrated a wedding anniversary with friends  
1886-2 Garden City is in the Wheat Market now; St.Paul Mill rented the elevator  
1886-2 St.Paul Mill has rented the elevator, put in a buyer with intent to buy wheat  
1886-2 Dick Fairchildreturned from up North bringing 6 or 8 cattle  
1886-2 A.I.Redfield from Mpls.is here for a short hunt.  
1886-2 F.Thurston & Dr.Curryer each have a half mile track on their farms  
1886-2 A.Friend is putting in a new flume at lower mill. E. Bisler is in charge of mill.  
1886-2 H.E.Gerry of Chicago,visited the old "Gerry" farm before moving to Florida  
1887-1 John Clausick hit by falling timber while working on bridge in Garden City  
1889-1 L.L.Lovelett sold 3/4 blood Norman Stallion to Charley Center for $250.  
1889-1 E.Terry & Harvey Rew have left for Dakota.  
1889-1 C.Bruce has gone into the wire business  
1889-1 J. & C.Nelson &S.B.Thompson have bought horse from C.H.Piper, $1,800.  
1889-1 S.B.Thompson sports a pair of trotting horses  
1889-1 T.S.Hayes of Vernon will build a $3,000. house  
1889-1 The Christian minister has 37 converts thus far.  
1889-1 Young people's amateur dramatic clubgives play at Torry school house 3/23  
1889-1 Mr. Gilmore will run the old Folsom farm  
1889-1 Ernest Norton sold out to Chas.Boynton & go back to farming.  
1889-1 D.Williams dry goods store burned to the ground but was insured.  
1889-1 Seeding done; some grain is up  
1889-1 L.T.Shaw is new postmaster  
1889-1 Clara Tyler, of Amboy was buried her last Friday  
1889-1 Mr. Bestel bouoght the Butterfield Mill;take possession about June 15  
1889-1 Mrs. L.S.Close narrowly escaped an accident while driving to town w/horses  
1889-1 Supt. Parker got hand caught in coggs of reaper;badly bruised but not broken
1889-1 After being sick for 2 yrs., Jimmie Norton dies  
1889-1 Farmers w/threshing are rejoicing over good yield  
1889-1 Young people have formed a dramatic club  
1889-1 E.B.Evans & family have moved to Northfield  
1889-1 Mr. Grant died last Thursday. Burial in Kasota.  
1889-2 Perry Close moved to Henning, Otter Tail Cty, to work in Elevator  
1889-2 Teachers and scholars began school on Monday  
1889-2 The Methodist Church will be dedicated Sunday, Septrmber 15  
1889-2 Mrs. Josie Ray will be bookkeeper for Mankato Mercantile Company  
1889-2 Miss Mellie Ray to school in Mankato  
1889-2 George Dilley died Monday; funeral Tuesday  
1889-2 Miss Clara Boynton will teach in Winnebago this fall  
1889-2 Carl Greenwood of Blaine attends school in DesMoines, Iowa  
1889-2 Miss Jessie Rector & Van Slyck were married last Thursday at her parents  
1889-2 Dedicatory service paid $160. debt for the M.E.Church  
1889-2 Methodist Church furnishes meals on fairgrounds during fair  
1889-2 Mr. Truax of Fair Haven is preaching services this weekend and the next  
1889-2 Charlie Thurston & family moved to St. Paul  
1889-2 C.H.Piper,delegate of St.Peter,attended Christian State Meeting in St.Paul  
1889-2 The Christians will have a harvest supper at the Hall on Thursday  
1889-2 Burglars broke into Postoffice, Boyntons, Piper & Jones, and the Depot  
1889-2 Miss Mellie Ray has returned and will attend school here  
1889-2 B.E. Co. Ag. Societymet Sat. elected Officers. Pres.-R.Honk,Sec.-J.Thomp.
1889-2 Infant son of M/M Geo. Goodall was buried Sunday  
1889-2 $286. was correct amt. raised by M.E.Church tp pay off debt.(not $160.)  
1889-2 The successful proceeds made by the Methodists goes towards an organ  
1889-2 Elder Truax receives postorate at Spokane Falls, Washington  
1889-2 Harvest supper made over $43.00  
1889-2 Elder Lane preaches, State Evangelist, preaches Sunday and week nights  
1889-2 Frank Thurston's barn burned w/60 tons of hay and oats last Sun.  
1889-2 Florence Roberts marries Nels Swenson Wednesday at her Uncle's home  
1889-2 Fire several times along the bluff, east of town  
1889-2 Charlie Marvin will attend State Agr. College & Exp. Station this fall, Mpls.  
1889-2 Weather is crisp  
1889-2 The box social was successful  
1889-2 Baptist church is getting a new roof  
1889-2 The bridge is undergoing repairs  
1889-2 Effie Warner is attending Normal School in Mankato  
1889-2 Grace & Nellie Alware had buggy accident. Grace severely injured.  
1889-2 Sarah Smith & James Thompson were married  
1889-2 James Thompson and Nellie Cook were married Thursday evening  
1889-2 The Christian ladies Industrial society met w/Mrs.Oliver to sew Mrs. Campbell
1889-2 Rev. Mitchell, Duluth, lecturing at Boynton's Hall on India  
1889-2 Prof.Reed has a new son  
1889-2 J.B.Pierce died in Vernon Center last week  
1889-2 Methodist Sunday School Held a concert Sunday eve.  
1889-2 Seven Day Advents are building sheds for their horses  
1889-2 Blue Earth Co. Agri. Society Annual Mtg. next Sat. for electing officers  
1889-2 Dr. Murphy enlarging his barn  
1889-2 Will Mason sold meat market to Wm. Bush  
1889-2 Dec.18, 1889 Farmers are plowing and dragging  
1889-2 Geo. Nelson has gone west to teach school  
1889-2 Station agent Mr. Reid married Amanda Dilley.  
1889-2 Baby son of Dr. Murphy died Monday night  
1889-2 Fair is held at Boynton's;ladies serving lunch  
1889-2 Christian Sunday School holding a Christmas Cantata  
1889-2 Methodists and Baptists will unite for their scholars  
1890-1 Ms.Friend & Ms.Norton hurt in double rig accident  
1890-1 Funeral of Mrs.John Rew was held last Tues.at the Baptist Church  
1890-1 Due to an epidemic, two departments of the schools closed down  
1890-1 G.Ward has disappeared  
1890-1 Fred Lamberton is attending school in Mankato  
1890-1 Grace Nelson & Lulu Terry are attending Normal School in Mankato  
1890-1 Joe Tyson sold his house to J.S.Church  
1890-1 Joe Tyson sold his farm to Chas. Boynton  
1890-1 Christian society finished paying for their organ  
1890-1 Prohibition lectures held all week  
1890-1 Grace Nelson attending Normal School in Mankato  
1890-1 Frank Durand going to work for $75./mo. In Montana for an uncle  
1890-1 Mr. Blake will build a house on property recently purchased  
1890-1 Supt. Parker attending State Institute in Mapleton this week  
1890-1 William Over has rented H.C.Howard's farm  
1890-1 Louis LaFavor died in Mankato on April 3, 1890  
1890-1 Robert Pringle has returned from England after 2 years