August 1914 Wheatland Gazette

Wednesday August 5, 1914

Mrs. W. C. Wright, Palo 7 2 children visits mother Mrs. M. Rehder

Druggist Wilmoth & Teddy McGill, Massillion camping

Ida & Maud Lillie, Clinton, cousins of Mrs. Enwright & Mrs. Flipman to town(neeMattie & Emma Tucker) old home Lost Nation

Death-Bart McConoughey (Lost Nation Press July 30) former station agent C. M & St. P Ry-Wheatland-died last Tues funeral M. E. Church-Lost Nation Cem.

Mary Burns Murmph vs Mrs. Kate Shannon, widow- & many other Bero, Murphy, Phillips, Cahill, Enwright, Gurtson, Rohr -re-land

Mrs. Christine Frost-July 28, Kewanee Daily Star Courier honored Home Telephone Co.

O. J. Felton sued C. M. & St. P Ry injuries at Cedar Rapids

Henry Mente vs Samuel & Margaret Henry-land

Toronto Tidings

Miss burke, DeWitt, visited Goodall’s

Mr. W. V. McGarry visited in Davenport

Wednesday August 12, 1914

Mr. & Mrs. John Brennan, Lillian & Roy-trip

Mr. & Mrs. W. Banks & children, Leslie & Gertrude, visiting

Married-Earl Taylor Housh, Prof to Euphemia Reeves-Aug 15-East Liverpool, Ohio-at Carroll, Ia after Sept 1

Wednesday August 12,1914

Toronto Tidings

Mrs. Wm. Reed of DeWitt visiting mother, Mrs. Goodall

Wednesday August 19, 1914

Fred W. Witte & Fred Renningroth ret. -Racine, Wis (latter car left at factory)

Witt Bros. sold Ford to Mike O’Connell, Lost Nation

Toronto Tidings

Mr. Jessen resigned as buttermaker at creamery -to farm

Wednesday August 26, 1914

Obit-Carl Brinkman

Winn Fifield-Colorado, vacationed at Crede, Colo

Toronto tidings

Mrs. Goodall shipped a car of cattle

Mrs. Goodall & Ida (dau) to Davenport shopping

Birth-boy-Friday-Walter Acherman

Birth-DeWitt-Sat-boy-Manford-grandson of Mrs. A. Welcj

 

 

 

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