1915 Wheatland Gazette

Wheatland Gazette

Wednesday August 4, 1915

Birth-girl-Sunday-John O’Neill

Obit-John Carl Reinhold Winkler at Wheatland

Wednesday August 11, 1915

Mrs. P. T. Buxton, daughter Miriam & Vicien visited Lost Nation, her parents John Stevens

Birth-boy-Sat=Barney Kamrar

Birth=daughter on Saturday-Walter Schneider

John Philips & family, Clinton, conductor C. & N Y-visited Wm. L. Steele

New paper-Grand Mound Tribune-???Jno R. Owen

Obit-John Guenther, Sr.=Freeport, Ill.

Toronto tidings

Mrs. O”Brien,daughter Elizabeth & margaret , Welton, visited A. Welch family

Mr. & Mrs. Laughlin, summer school, Chicago-visited mother Mr. M. Goodall-then school work in Missouri

Mrs. Goodall rented her farm to Albert Creger

Solie Pike -Caldwell, Chicago-also wore an historical crown

Jedd Fuller now pres. & mgr-Fuller Publishing Co., Seattle, Wash.

Wednesday August 19, 1915

J. Edw Witte & family visited-?????Sutherland-O’Brien Co

Birthday-Mrs. Gerhart-80th

Toronto Tidings

Nellie & Marie Mulhthill, Oxford Jct & Miss Scanlon, Lost Nation visited P. H. Cavey

Miss Lizzie McLauglin, Clinton, rode on Liverty Wagon, July 4, 1874

Bill Smith, blacksmith-auto mech

Wednesday August 25, 1915

Florence Beckmann-visited brother Alber & family at Laverboro

Durb Tinnan- drunk-forced wife out of rig-walked home

Eluza Sherman, Maquoketa, dau W. A. robbed of hair-in bedroom

Farmer Burns visited Wheatland-good shape-age 54 (wrestler)

Will-Reinhold Winkler

Toronto tidings

Mrs. Fey returned-get ready for school

Wm. McGarry & Ed Hart, Davenport-may move back to Lost Nation

L. B. Manwarring, Miami, Okla-was Marshall “Crown parade

Obit-Mrs. Alvina Henrichsen nee Hagen

 

 

 

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