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Hamburg, Iowa - 1914-1915
  • The Hamburg Reporter, Hamburg, Iowa, Friday, January 2, 1914
    • ITEMS FROM LAST WEEK

      At the home of Mr and Mrs W.E. Dodds in south Hamburg accurred the marriage of their daughter Miss Lillian to Wm Mock. Only members of the family and Mr and Mrs Frank Kerner were present. They will honeymoon and visit his parents at Dallas, Tex., and then to Waterloo [Iowa] where Mr Mock has a position as foreman with the Bryant Paving Company.

    • Mrs Lola McCracken received a card from her son Everett of Omaha...
    • The body of John Samples was brought in from Omaha on Wednesday of last week for burial in the High Creek cemetery [Atchison co, Mo]. He committed suicide by drinking carbolic acid. Funeral services were held at the home of his brother-in-law Wm Petrie in South Hamburg.
    • Frank Hydinger arrived with his bride last Tuesday morning from Chicago where they were married. The bride was Miss Martha Lenz, and is a native of Luebeck, Germany. Mr Hydinger met his bride in Dresden, Germany while studying music there. They will make their home in Albion, Michigan where the groom holds the position of head of the piano department of the conservatory of Albion College.
    • LAND SALES Geo Garst bought the old Arnold Garst place near Watson [Atchison co, Mo], 120 acres at $120 per. Les Bricker sold eighty acres to John Griffin for $150 per acre and 160 more to Gus Rolfe at $160, after which he purchased 240 acres from Geo Moran at Farragut, the purchase price being $175 per acre.
    • Fred Wolf of the Island [Atchison co, Mo] purchased the Ed Doll residence this week and will move his family to town in the near future. He has rented his farm for the coming year.
    • M.S. Huyett, brother-in-law of Joe Baldwin died at his home in St Joe [Missouri] on Tuesday, December the 23. Death was caused by paralysis. Mr Huyett will be remembered by a good many residents of Hamburg.
    • Miss Anna Bell and Claude St Claire were married Monday evening of Christmas week by Justice of the Peace Williams at his residence. They will make their home in Hamburg.
    • C.W. Hill to be assistant cashier of Merchant's National Bank of Glendive, Montana as of June 1. Charley has been in the Villisca bank 5 years. -- Villisca Review
    • Chas Hayward has disposed of the Elkhorn meat market last week to E.W. Root of Pawnee City, Ne. Hayward probably going to Nebraska to start a new business.
    • J.E. Scott of Napier will be new Burlington freight agent here.
    • Ellen May Pierce was born in Onawa, Iowa 45 years ago the 22nd of September and died at the home of her brother W.C. Pierce, at Hamburg, Iowa, December 21, at 12:15 a.m. At age 9 she moved to Reinbeck, Ia ...2 years ago moved to Hamburg to make her home with her brother. ...leaves mother Mrs S.B. Knapp of Grundy Center, brother T.S. Pierce of Los Angeles, Calif., half-brother W.C. Pierce of Hamburg...burial in the Hamburg cemetery.
    • Sidney Fowler of Leavenworth, Kan., visiting old home.
    • Mr and Mrs E.A. Copeland of Lenox [Taylor co, Ia] visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs W.E. Long.

    • ISLAND RUMORS [Atchison co, Mo] Mr and Mrs R. McElvain had a son, born Dec 22.
    • Sam Meade and wife of Payne Junction spent Xmas at the home of Fred Grassmier, Mrs Mead's father.
    • Otis "Oat" Holland's daughter born, 8 #.
    • Thomas Million family had smallox and have been quarantined for six weeks.
    • WATSON [Atchison co, Mo] Mr and Mrs Guy Patton of near Rockford, Ia been visiting...
    • Mrs C.W. Hymes of Glenwood [Mills co, Ia] visiting parents, M.S. Herren.
    • Mrs B. Cunningham and Miss Rachel Brown of St Joe [Missouri] visiting parents, Jake Brown's.
    • Mr and Mrs Floyd Adams visiting relatives in Glenwood, Iowa.
    • Mr and Mrs L.K. Tobler visiting his mother in Peru, Neb.
    • Mrs W.E. Hays and daughter, Fae, visiting her son June and family at Clearmont, Iowa [sic, Missouri].
    • Mrs Jake Lipps and Miss Lula York going to Council Bluffs [Iowa] to Mrs Lipps' brother, Luther York.
    • Mrs Joe Peebles and daughter Esther of Pacific Junction [Mills co, Ia] visiting friends and relatives.
    • Mr and Mrs Tom Payne visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs John Mowrey in Shenandoah [Page co, Ia]
    • Mrs Lula West and children going to Bonner Springs, Kan., to visit her sister Mrs Benn--[paper torn] Adams.
    • Henry Martin and Mrs C.A. Hays visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Isaac Martin of Hamburg.
    • ..Sister of Mrs Will Gard died.... Mrs Gard visiting brother near Logan, Ia who is ill. Mr Gard received a letter from Scotland anouncing death "of a sister and brother of his wife.".....
    • Will Guttsche and wife of Rock Springs, Wyo., visiting friends and relatives...to visit her sister in eastern part of state also...
    • Mr and Mrs George McClory and daughters, Mr and Mrs Joe Weisenberger, Mr and Mrs Mike Weisenberger, Homer McClory, Mr and Mrs James Gambrel, Mrs Burgner and Mrs McClory spent New Year's Day with Mr and Mrs J.H. Thompson.
    • Mr and Mrs Chas Cummings had a daughter born Dec 26...
    • Mr and Mrs Henry Steinkamp of St Edwards, Neb., visiting his brother Ernest east of town.
    • Joe Jennings left the latter part of last week for an extended visit in Bourbon, Ind., with his sister, whom he had not seen for 40 years.
    • Helen Roe has been visiting grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry Brumback... now to college in Sioux City...
    • Frank Copeland of Neola, Ia., visiting parents.
    • Mrs George Colon of Allerton, Ia, visiting...
    • Neiman sisters of Johnson, Ne visiting their sister, Mrs Emil Jaekel...
    • David Crumley of Cameron, Mo visiting daughter Mrs Pullum...
    • Mr and Mrs Chas Harris visiting daughter Mrs Art Smith in Schuyler, Ne.
    • Ben Long and son Ote to Council Bluffs [Iowa] because of illness of their daughter and sister, Mrs Al Moore.
    • Mr and Mrs Chas Polk of Cawker City, Kan., visiting parents Mr and Mrs C.E. Ackley.
    • Mrs Everett Bronson of Fredonia, Kan., visiting...
    • Mr and Mrs J.A. Henney visiting home of folks in Charter Oak, Ia.
    • Evyline Sturgeon to college in Laramie, Wyo...
    • Mr and Mrs Jas Gambrel are home from an extended visit in Galesburg, Ill.
  • JANUARY 9, 1915
    • Case against J.J. Cardwell, Frank Anshutz, and Charles Randall who bought a farm from W.F. Porter. Porter was of unsound mind and not capable of doing business..They were to return the land...
    • Abe Travis, 86, died at the home of his son, A.L. in Sidney. Uncle Abe as he was generally called has been a resident of this county for many years and has seen the prairie when there were few houses on it and when there were few towns in this part of the state. In company with H.F. Brumback he laid out the town of Hamburg and Mr Travis owned one or two lots in Hamburg at the time of his death...The funeral services were conducted at Sidney Wednesday. He leaves several children among them Mrs H. Hayes of this city...
    • George Martin died at soldier's home in Leavenworth, Kansas on January 1...for many years was engaged in buying stock here....his daughter who lives in New york and a niece Mrs Wm Watson of Sidney....intention was to bury him in Hamburg cemetery but for some reason did not...
    • The Good farm of 66 acres sold to Dick Brown for $300 per acre...few years ago land was $50 per acre...
    • On Wednesday of last week at country home of Mr and Mrs J.P. Martin their daughter Minnie Ida was married to Charles R. Carpenter son of W.P. Carpenter....
    • Etta Marie daughter of Mrs Mae Kelsey died at home of grandparents Mr and Mrs S.H. Engleman. She was born Jun 7, 1910 at Midland, S.Dak...
    • G.E. Omens of Lamoni and Miss Lela Claiborn of Thurman were wed at the home of the bride's parents Mr and Mrs J.E. Claiborn, Jan 3...grandparents are Mr and Mrs James Claiborn...
    • Sheriff Ryan and Deputy Tate searched and found a keg of 22 gallons of alcohol at Julien Drug and a couple quarts of whiskey at Stoner Drug....
    • Bert Butler sold place in south Hamburg to Mrs Jennie Trudeau of Coin. Her parents Mr and Mrs A.C. Mann will live with her....
    • Mrs Mary Hurst and Tom Payne married in Sidney New Year's Day...will live in St Joe [Missouri] where groom is a section boss....
    • Mr and Mrs T.F. Trosper of Bethany, Neb., visiting his brother Allen and family....
    • I.D. Mohler visiting cousin Thos Hurst in Corning, Mo.
    • Samuel Mitchell and sister of Brentford, S.Dak., visiting relatives and friends....
    • Mr and Mrs Homer Black of Plattsmouth [Ne] visiting relatives and friends at Riverton.
    • Mrs John Elrod of Omaha attended funeral of granddaughter....
    • Mont Callahan and family moved to Coin....
    • Mr and Mrs Will Smith of St Paul, Ne visiting....
    • WATSON [ Atchison co, Missouri] Wilbur Peebles of Denver, Colo visiting Watson friends....
    • Tom Wilson an old settler of Fremont County died at his home in Sidney Monday morning after a lingering illness of several months. Mesdames Frank Kerner and James Bogan attended the funeral.
    • Born to Mr and Mrs Chas Zanker, a daughter, January 5....
    • I.B. Dow of Denmark, Ia., visiting son Mr and Mrs H.E. Dow.
    • Mrs John Werner returned to home in Brock, Ne....
    • Mrs W.D. Zimmerman visiting parents in Lexington, Neb....
    • Mrs C.E. Hayward visiting sister Mrs Biffins at Marine, Colo....
    • Mr and Mrs Smith Bogan of Fredonia, Ks visiting....
    • Emma and Katherine Coffey of Nebraska City [Ne] visiting aunt and uncle Dr and Mrs D.W. Swiggart....
    • Mr and Mrs John Wright moving to farm near Waubalue, Mo....
    • Mrs D.H. High of Canada visiting daughter, Mrs Ervil Warnstaff....
  • JANUARY 16, 1914
    TEN YEARS AGO COLUMN
    • Robert Conner wed Mabel Rodda in Hamburg....
    • Guy West wed Queen Goldsberry at St Louis, Mo....
    • Ralph Hollister of Sebetha, Ks wed Maud Goldsberry of Clarinda in Clarinda.... Thomas Lusby wed Isa Carriker at Sidney....
    • Charles Graham of McKissick's Island and Miss Hiatt of Sidney wed....
    • Chas Berkley of Hamburg and Miss Williams wed at home of bride in Missouri Valley [probably means Missouri Valley, Iowa]....
    • Wm Frazier of Hamburg and Miss Elsie Kellison of Sidney wed at Hamburg....
    • Mrs M.H. Borchers to visit ill mother Mrs Samuel Jacobs at St Joe [Missouri]....
    • Mrs A.F. Shuey and daughter visiting brother Frank Reynolds at Syracuse, Neb....
    • Last week, A.L. Switzer received a visit from his brother, George Switzer of Perry, Mich. This is the first time these brothers "have ever met although the latter is a young" [that's what it says!] Mr Switzer left for his home last Friday.
    • Francis Evelyn London eldest daughter of Wm H. London and wife arrived in town Wednesday evening of last week.
    • Earl Hatch of Durango, Colo visiting his father....
    • Lawrence Mann's daughter, born Dec 28....
    • Miss Emma Pease of Omaha visiting sister Mrs James Bailor in Hamburg....
    • John Reed committed suicide...drank carbolic acid on train from Sidney to Hamburg...wife lives at Iola, Kan.,...daughter Mrs Orris Thornton of Council Bluffs...other children....
    • Mrs Pearl Roach died of stroke of paralysis...Ethel Fay Clayton was born June 29, 1887 and died Jan 8, 1914 at age 26 y 6 m 9 d...leaves husband Pearl, mother, 3 sisters and 2 brothers....
    • Mr and Mrs John Mathews of Inman, Neb., visiting his sister Mrs John Crane...Mathews to locate in Montana....
    • Mr and Mrs Weikhart of Leavenworth, Kan., visiting friends...she was Nondas Fowler....
    • Fred, son of J.L. Miller wed Vera daughter of Frank McBride..Jan 10 at Catholic parsonage....
    • Chas Crowell and his father, of Riverton, passed through town Monday on their way south in search of a horse which was stolen from the hitch racks in Farragut last week. No trace has been found as yet of the horse but suspicion rest heavy on a certain young man.
    • The stealing of horses seems to be coming in again and it may be necessary to follow the plan used in this country years ago to successfully put a stop to the practice.
    • O.J. McNall commenced to harvest ice on Monday afternoon and has a large gang of men at work. The ice is very good considering the weather and is about eight inches in thickness.
    • After Chas Garst sold his 66 acre farm, he purchased the residence of his brother George Garst in Hamburg who in turn moved to the C.G. Hicks farm north of Watson where Dan McCray has been living. Dan McCray will move to Watson [Missouri] and occupy his property there.
    • Mrs Hettie Coolbaugh and 2 little sons of New London, Ia., visiting parents Rev and Mrs W.L. Collins....
    • Mr and Mrs I.B. Hudson moved from farm near Independence, Mo to Watson [Missouri] looking for a farm....
    • Ed Hall of Farnum, Neb., visiting parents Mr and Mrs Sylvester Hall....
    • James Dyke accompanied his sister, Mrs Josie Davis to Faith, S.D., last Saturday to look after farm interests....
    • Mrs Harry Brown of Hamburg visiting brother Jack Raleigh of Watson....
    • Mr and Mrs James Morgan of Hamburg moved to Watson [Missouri]....
    • Mrs Arthur Sonner to California....
    • Mrs D.D. Darby called to Sidney where mother, Mrs Lot Brown is ill....
    • Gene Heaston has job in Toledo, Ohio....
    • Mrs M.A. Travis had been visiting and got under the smallpox quarantine at her daughter's, Mrs Chas Edgerton....
    • Richard Bounds now of Albany, Mo orders the Hamburg Reporter....
    • Born, to Mr and Mrs Jess Powers, a son, January 8....
    • Mrs Viola Clayton of Excelsior Springs, Mo visiting....
    • Mrs Bertha Pullem of Cameron, Mo., visiting parents D.D. Crumley's....
    • Harold Hill of College Springs visiting brother Fred W. Hill....
  • JANUARY 23, 1914
    TEN YEARS AGO COLUMN
    • J.W. Chandler died....
    • Crockett, son of W.P. Brown wed Dorothy, daughter of John G. Brown at country home of Rev M.F. Brower....
    • Myrtle daughter of Geo Wynn wed John son of Nate Roberts at Riverton....
    • C.A. Thompson purchased butcher shop and expects to move back to Anita, Iowa....
    • Press Townsend born in Brock, Neb., 40 years ago 31st December last, moved with parents to Hamburg at age 6, died Jan 16, 1914 after taking carbolic acid....wed Maggie Bohlken at Omaha Nov 7, 1907....leaves wife, 3 sisters Mrs Gay Harris, Mrs Bertha Hunter, Mrs Grace Evinger of Thurman and 2 brothers Doll and Frank Townsend, all of Hamburg....
    • Charles Burkholder born Nov 17, 1833 near Toronto, Canada, married Mary Jane Degraw when 21 years old...In 1866 to Hamburg with his family...4 years ago to Loveland, Colo., where he died Jan 13, 1914...6 children: Mrs T.C. Cole of Thurman, Ia., Alfred Burkholder of St Joe, Mo., Stafford Burkholder of Dallas, S.D., Mrs Frank Loveland of Monte Vista, Colo., Edgar Burkholder of Marshalltown, Ia., Belle Burkholder of Loveland, Colo...1 daughter, Mrs Herman Gratz of S.Dak died 8 years ago....
    • C.E. Clanton from Parkville is new freight agent....
    • Independent and Bell phone systems consolidating....
    • Henry Clay now of Denver, Colo visiting wife and 4 kids...doing well....
    • Mr and Mrs M.L. Barrett of Logan [Iowa] visiting brother M.J. Barrett....
    • Mrs Jim Jones returned to her home at Barney, Ia., accompanied by her mother Mrs Wm Slusher who will live with her.
    • Georgia Craft recuperating from recent operation at her grandmother's Mrs Asa Mann....
    • WATSON [Atchison co, Mo] ..born to Mr and Mrs Terrill, a daughter...
    • Iva Crockett wed (not named)...Dec 27..
    • Sully Morgan returned from South Dakota with a bride Saturday evening....
    • Tommy Frede went to Parnell, Neb., to be in wedding of cousin Miss Anna Frede....
    • Mr and Mrs George Morgan of Council Bluffs visiting her sister Mrs E.E. Hoyt....
    • This office received a letter this week from A.J. Kaiser of Edgecomb, Wash. Mr Kaiser is one of the pioneers in this section, coming to Hamburg in 1856. In 1894, he left for the black hills where he lived for about eighteen years and from there moved to his present home in Washington. He lived for many years in Atchison county and on September 22, 1867 was married to Frances E. English.
    • Mr Kaiser says that he still has a warm spot in his heart for Hamburg and her people, although many that he knew have gone over the river to the undiscovered country from which no traveler returns. We are always pleased to hear from former Hamburgers and it is a kind of news that many of our readers thoroughly enjoy.
    • ...Mrs Hattie Riffie of Maysville, Mo., frightened to death by a couple of drunken men. Her parents Mr and Mrs Wm Watson and brother Wallace Watson left for Maysville Tuesday....
    • E.G. Tiller mayor running for state representative....
    • ...article about city of Shenandoah took possession of Western Normal College....
    • ..born to Mr and Mrs Dick Foster, a daughter, Jan 17....
    • Mrs C.E. Doyle visiting parents at San Antonio, Tx....
    • Arthur Aldrich came over from Nebraska City in a car Sunday to visit at the Fred Aldrich home. When he arrived he was covered with mud....
    • Mr and Mrs Porter Stewart of Uhling, Neb., returning to make home northwest of Hamburg on farm....
    • Lyman Tarpenning of Fordyce, Ark visiting brother James... first time brothers have me in 9 years....
    • Mrs Jack Hunter of the Nicholas Senn hospital of Omaha, at brother Press Townsend's funeral....
    • Wayne Shaver of Shenandoah visiting grandparents J.F. Shaver and wife....
    • Mrs George Blunk and children of Excelsior Springs visiting parents George Lackenbee....
    • Mrs Mark Copeland, 62, is suffering from whooping cough. Mark Jr the grandson is also having whooping cough....
    • Mose Landrith of Guide Rock, Neb., is here on a visit to his mother and sister....
    • Mrs Nora Zach-Clemens moving to Ft Dodge [Iowa]....
    • Mr and Mrs Edd Mitchell of Knox visiting his sister, Mrs Will Clemens....
    • Mrs Julia Brown visiting her daughter Mrs John Duff in Anderson ....
    • Mrs D.S. High of Canada visiting daughter Mrs Ervel Warnstaff....
    • Roy Duncan of Needles, Calif., visiting parents....
    • Mrs Iler Evinger of Thurman attended funeral of brother Press Townsend....
    • Mrs D.A. Lister to Clarinda to visit Mrs Ben Welch and Miss Luella Mead....
    • Zed McNew received news of death of sister....
    • Mrs Sarah Hill at London Mill, Ill on January 3...He had not seen his sister in thirty-seven years....
  • JANUARY 30, 1914
    TEN YEARS AGO COLUMN
    • Geo Hoppe of David City, Neb., visiting old friends....
    • Mr and Mrs Chas Conner of Odessa, Mo visiting their brother....
    • Mrs Gerry Notson of Piere, SD, visiting R.P.S. Notson family....
    • Mrs Tucker of southern Kansas is visiting her sister, Mrs Wright and her nephews H.R. Gene and John Wright and other relatives and friends....
    • Miss Villa Van visiting sister at Berlin, Neb....
    • Howard Dennis and family of Guide Rock, Neb., have returned to live here (the Island)....
    • Mrs Claud Brown who was daughter of Matt Wisenberger had babe about 6 weeks old ....became deranged and taken to hospital in St Joe [Missouri] and died...she was born Feb 25, 1886 28y 11m 8d, and wed Claud Brown about 8 years ago, 3 children...she leaves 3 sister, 4 brother, father and mother....
    • Mr and Mrs S.H. Stinson moving to Lewellen, Neb., to homestead. Their daughter Miss Elsie already holding down a claim....
    • Al Weber of near Sidney hunting near Neeley Hollow...got a wolf $20 bounty, hide worth $2.50...2 possums @$1.00 and 2 skunk hides at $4.50....
    • J.E. James died Sidney of blood poisoning....is father of W.S. James of Hamburg....
    • Josiah Allen Harvey known as the "father of Iowa prohibition," was buried last Wednesday in the Sidney cemetery. He died at his home in Perry, and in accordance with his last request was laid to rest beside his old friend and law partner, Ben Rector. He was 87 years of age.
    • Judge Harvey was connected with the early history of Hamburg, in fact is said to have been one of the original owners of the town site. He was for many years a resident of Sidney and his political activities are well known, most of the older residents of this section of the state can recall many instances of the Cornish, Anderson and Hepburn fights to say nothing of many lesser political battles. Dr S.T. Mitchell of the city is a nephew of the judge.
    • Milt Butler to make home at Fleming, Colo....his brother Bert and family will also locate there....
    • Mrs Eliza Speakman-Parkhurst died at the home of her daughter Mrs Ida B. Wise-Smith at Cedar Rapids, Iowa. She was aunt of C.G. Wingate and burial was in Hamburg (?)....
    • WATSON [Missouri] Roy Dew injured at Langdon [Missouri] while hauling willows. His team became frightened and ran away throwing him under the wheels. The wagon passed over his body..no bones were broken....
    • Joe Leisman and Miss Amelia Herman daughter of Theodore Herman were wed at Nebraska City [Nebraska] by Catholic priest.
    • Ed Gorman ill at Los Angeles, Ca., formerly of Watson.
    • ...born to Mr and Mrs Truell Brown, a daughter, Jan 24....
    • Mrs W.J. McKinley and babe of Upton, Wyo visiting her cousin Mrs F.S. Weir....
    • Mrs Gray of Odessa and Mrs Pilser of Warrnesburg, Mo., visiitng at home of her sister Mrs Terrel....
    • Vernon Kline of Conway [Iowa] visiting Watson [Missouri] friends....
    • Mrs Geo Schafer of Riverton visiting relatives and friends....brother Jake Brown....she lived in Hamburg years ago....
    • John Vanderslice of Pawnee City, Neb., visiting Watson friends....
    • Miss Christina Davis, 69, died....buried Mt Olive cemetery beside sister....one brother of Mason City [Iowa]....
    • Mrs Maggie Townsend visiting mother at Talmage, Neb....
    • Mr and Mrs Edd Workman and family to make home on a ranch near Gillette, Wyo....
    • Cecil Bartholomew and family of Clifton Hill, MO., visiting his sister Mrs Don McBride....
    • Mrs Elmer Massey of Kansas City visiting mother Mrs J.M. Stauffer....
    • Doris Hurst departed for new home in St Joe [Missouri] with parents Mr and Mrs Tom Payne....
    • Mrs Edgar Clayton of Nebraska City [Nebraska] guest of her daughter Mrs C.M. Garst....
    • Mrs Lee Wright died St Joe [Missouri]...brother Fred Arnold....
    • George Lusby accompanied daughter Mrs Glen Golden and children to Council Bluffs [Iowa] ...on their way to home at Fire Steele, SD....
    • Mike Sullivan of Atlanta, Ga visiting friends and relatives and ill brother in Omaha [Nebraska]...
    • Mrs H.R. Shultz died at Marble Rock, Iowa...sister is Mrs Ed Shuey of Hamburg....
    • Mr and Mrs Tom Catlett visiting relatives at Barady, Nebraska....
    • Mrs Ora Reynolds and baby of Farley, Mo., visiting relatives....
    • Bert Dennis of Elmer, Mo., visiting niece Miss Luella Batdorff and father....
Source:transcribed by Pat O'Dell: genpat@netins.net
Glenn Beall of Logan, Iowa (gbeall@loganet.net) bought this newspaper on E-Bay, and ask me if I could use data out of it on the website.
I certainly could. Many thanks to Glenn for the loan of the newspaper. ~ Pat O'Dell.


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