Louis Theodore OUTHIER Senior
James Arthur OUTHIER


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James Arthur OUTHIER 668

  • Born: 14 May 1868, Illinois 668,1738
  • Marriage: Lora Viola WEBB on 18 Oct 1893 in Clarinda, Page County, Iowa 51632 1737
  • Died: 11 Nov 1950, Orange, California at age 82 1738

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

• Residence, 1880, Lincoln Township, Nodaway County, Missouri, USA. 668

• Residence, 23 Feb 1900, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, USA. 1739

• Newspaper Article, 23 Feb 1900, Elmo, Nodaway County, Missouri 64445. 685 The following are excerpts from the Elmo Register newspaper and are transcribed as printed in the paper:

23 FEB 1900: James Outhier of Colorado Springs, Colo. came on the train Thursday evening for a few days stay. James Outhier and R. Gates have rented the home belonging to the Outhier estate to David Monroe and the State Line farm to Ed and Joe Vanfossen.

16 MAR 1900: James Outhier is having an addition built to the kitchen on his farm.

2 NOV 1900: James Outhier was in these parts last week looking after his farm. Mr. Outhier will move onto his farm in the spring or before if he can get possession.

14 DEC 1900: Pg. 1: Real Estate Transfers: James A. Outhier to Rowdy Gates ne ˝ 31 67 37 (OCD) $3000. Rowdy Gates to James A. Outhier e ˝ se pt sw sc 32 67 31 $2000.

28 DEC 1900: Pg. 1: Real Estate Transfers: James A. Outhier to A. C. Watson w ˝ se 11 68 38 $2200.

31 MAY 1901: James Outhier is hauling milk for the Elmo Factory.
[Possibly Elmo's Cheese Factory? - RM]

5 JUL 1901: James Outhier intends going to Colorado in the near future. Ora Nichols is running the milk wagon now.

13 SEP 1901: James Outhier went to St. Joseph and brought back a load of cattle last Thursday to feed this winter.

21 FEB 1902: “North Lincoln” correspondent: James Outhier has rented his farm to the Williams boys and will leave for south Missouri soon.

14 MAR 1902: “Local Interest” column: James Outhier got back last Sunday night from his trip to south Missouri. While gone he saw Asa Idding and some others who formerly lived here. He talks some of going west.

6 JUN 1902: “North Lincoln” correspondent: Mrs. James Outhier conversed with her folks on a mutual line running out of New Market, Iowa through four centrals recently. That is not so bad for a beginner. We are looking forward to the time we can talk to our mother 300 miles away. We would like to have been so situated last week.

1 AUG 1902: “North Lincoln” correspondent: James Outhier is supplying the coit hungry people with full rations now days. James Outhier and partner shipped in 104 head of Colorado and Idaho horses recently and are finding a good sale for them.

12 SEP 1902: “Additional Locals” column: James Outhier came in last Monday morning with a car load of horses, composing Hamiltonians and Normans, nearly all of which are twos and threes. They can be seen at his place four miles north of town, where he has about fifty head. Come and see them and buy yourself a good young team well worth the money.

19 SEP 1902: Pg. 1: Mrs. James Outhier came home from Colorado Springs last week. Mr. Outhier came in ahead of the family with a car load of horses. Mr. Jeff Henley and family of Oskaloosa, Ia. is at James Outhier's this week visiting Mr. Henley is a yard master at Oskaloosa and is a brother-in-law of Mr. Outhier.

24 OCT 1902: “Local Interest”: James Outhier left Monday night for the Rocky Mountains. He will be gone four or five weeks and will bring back some western horses with him.

3 APR 1903: “Local Interest”: Theodore Outhier, a brother of James Outhier, of Pueblo, Colo., was in Elmo this eek on a visit to relatives and friends.

17 APR 1903: “Local Interest”: James Outhier is building a large barn on his farm in Mount Tabor school district. It is 28 by 36 feet, 18 feet high to the eaves and shedded on three sides. It is to be put up in a substantial manner and when completed, will be one of the best barns in the county.

26 JUN 1903: James Outhier talks of going to Colorado soon with a view of staying permanently. Mr. Outhier's health is not good here.

21 AUG 1903: Mr. Lukenbill has rented the James Outhier farm for two years.

11 SEP 1903: Mr. Outhier will move his family to Colorado in a week or two, he already there himself. Mr. Outher's health is not good in this climate and it is likely they will remain out west.

2 OCT 1903: Mrs. J. A. Outhier left Monday morning for Colorado where she goes to join her husband who is there for his health. They will make that their future home.

4 DEC 1903: H. P. Lukenbill is putting in an arch cave on the Outhier place.

8 JUL 1904: Letter to the Editor:
Loveland, Colo. June 27, 1904
Mr. John S. Wood: Please find enclosed $1.00. It is just about the time of year that I always try to pay for the Register so you will have some Fourth of July money. We are all in good health. I weigh 2 ˝ pounds more than I did when I left Elmo eleven months ago. Business is good with us for new beginners. The most of our driving this time of year is trips up in the mountains with sight seeing and trout fishing parties. The crops are good as there is lots of snow on the high mountains and that makes water to irrigate with. We are always glad to get the Register, for it tells the news from my childhood home. James A. Outhier

29 JUN 1906: Page 1: A letter from J. A. Outher, Lyons, Colo., says he wants to sell his farm and sent an ad which appears elsewhere. He is farming out there, and has a fine prospect. The first cutting of alfalfa is mostly in the shock, and sugar beets look as well as he ever saw them look at this time of year. A crop is from 15 to 20 tons per acre under irrigation and if no bad luck comes, will have a good crop.

29 JUN 1906: Farm For Sale - I have decided to sell my farm of 97 acres, four miles north of Elmo. Has good improvements, all hog tight, plenty of good water, has good title and no incumbrance. Will be in Elmo on or after July 1st. James A. Outhier.

20 JUL 1906: J. A. Outhier went to Maryville last Thursday and thinks of returning to Colorado this week. He reports that he is prospering and speaks highly of the outlook. He saw Mr. Bender and thinks he has a good position before him at Loveland as the bank he is with is having a good run of business.

27 JUL 1906: Page 1: James Outhier did not go home Saturday as reported, but is here yet and will remain a few days. He has contracted to sell his farm and will probably make the papers soon.

28 DEC 1906: Pg. 1: J. A. Outhier has changed his residence from Lyons to Berthond, Colo. near which they have bought a farm of 200 acres, all under irrigation. They sold their farm near Lyons to his brother W. H. Outher.

18 JAN 1907: We learn from a marked copy of the Berthond Bulletin that our old friend James A. Outhier is in the real estate and insurance business. Mr. Outhier thinks he has struck on of the best countries out of doors and seems elated accordingly.

• Residence, 1900, Precinct 26, El Paso County, Colorado, USA. 1740

• Occupation, 1900, Precinct 26, El Paso County, Colorado, USA. 1740 as a hack driver.

• Residence, May 1901, Elmo, Nodaway County, Missouri 64445. 35

• Residence, 11 Sep 1903, Colorado Springs, El Paso County, Colorado, USA. 35

• Residence, Jun 1906, Lyons, Colorado. 35

• Residence, Dec 1906, Berthoud, Larimer County, Colorado, USA. 35

• Occupation, Jan 1907, Berthoud, Larimer County, Colorado, USA. 35 in the real estate and insurance business.


James married Lora Viola WEBB on 18 Oct 1893 in Clarinda, Page County, Iowa 51632.1737 (Lora Viola WEBB was born on 10 Dec 1873 in Iowa 1741 and died on 31 Jul 1974 in Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA 1741.)

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