November 8, 1889
KINGSLEY: (Special Correspondence)
Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Cathcart are visiting relatives in Knoxville this state.
Election passed off quietly with but little drinking. The democrats are
happy over their victory on the state ticket. They think it means an advent
of open saloons and free whisky.
Miss Lizzie Metcalf is on the sick list, as is also Mrs. J. L. Conrady.
Rev. (?) D. W. Wood, the celebrated prohibition attorney, lectured on
matters prohibitary at the rink Monday evening.
Lawyer McDuffie and Sheriff Boyle spent election day in our town.
Farmers are very busy in their corn field. The yield and quality are good,
but the price is too low to make corn raising profitable.
Rev. Mr. Patterson, pastor of the U. B. church has left town and taken a
charge in Audubon county.
Dentist Reed has returned and is again ready for business.
Rev. Dav, of Marcus, preached in the M. E. church Sunday evening. He came
here to attend quarterly meeting in the place of the presiding officer.
CISNE—ADLER: In LeMars on Wednesday, Nov. 6, Will W. Cisne, of Sioux City,
and Miss Carrie L. Adler, of LeMars.
Will was once foreman of the Sentinel office and is now employed on the
Sioux City Journal. They will go to Sioux City to live, followed by the good
wishes of many LeMars friends.
GOEBEL-HAERLING: At the residence of the bride’s parents in LeMars, on
Wednesday evening, Nov. 6, John C. Goebel and Miss Anna Haerling.
Mr. Goebel is well known and popular salesman and his wife is the eldest’s
daughter of Gus Haerling.
PLYMOUTH COUNTY STATISTICS
Reported to the County Clerk During October.
April 16, To Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Edwards, Kingsley, girl.
April 20, Do John K. Welch, Westfield twp, boy.
April 28, Do Christian Klemmer, Preston twp, boy.
July 07, Do John O. Mullaney, Akron, boy
July 25, Do wm. H. Burnham, Kingsley, boy.
Aug. 08, do Henry Bucher, Johnson twp, boy.
Aug. 30, Do David Mudgett, Portland twp, twin boys.
Aug. 31, Do August Haser, --- boy.
Sept. 02, do A. P. Bowman, LeMars, girl.
Sept. 04, Do James H. Struble, LeMars, girl.
Sept. 06, Do Milton Coolbaugh, Fredonia twp, girl.
Sept. 12, Do Wm. Frost, LeMars, boy.
Sept. 16, Do James Pritchard, Washington twp, boy.
Sept. 24, Do Geo. Spurrell, Meadow twp, girl.
Sept. 28, Do C. W. Wilson, Kingsley, boy.
Sept. 29, Do S. C. Douglass, Kingsley, ---
Sept. 29, Do J. U. Sammis, LeMars, boy.
Sept. 29, Do James McCarter, America twp, twin girls.
Oct. 04, Do Peter Teulinger, Marion twp, girl.
Oct. 04, Do T. A. Bray, LeMars, boy.
Oct. 08, Do Frank McCurdy, Plymouth twp, boy.
Oct. 09, Do e. Van de Braak, Washington twp, girl.
Oct. 25, Do R. J. Chester, LeMars, boy.
Oct. 01, Milton R. Narr/Susie E. Stewart
Oct. 07, J. H. Brehm/Kate E. Koenig
Oct. 12, William Van Dalfson/Gertie DeJong
Oct. 16, Henry Neinen/Lina Naunen
Oct. 16, William F. Petrie/Frances Anderson
Oct. 19, Grant S. Troxell/Laura E. Doty
Oct. 19, Thos. F. Dugan/Mary E. Murray
Oct. 21, Albert Ford/Annie Schweppe
Oct. 21, Fred A. Klingbeil/Mary A. Nagel
Oct. 23, James T. Harper/Clara L. Willey
Oct. 26, Herman Martin/O. C. Dewall
Oct. 26, W. H. Mullaney/Christina Willmes
Oct. 26, Henry Wynia/Dora VanDyke
Oct. 28, L. A. Gerhart/Louisa Schafer
Sept. 30, Susanna B. Finch, LeMars, age 52 years.
Oct. 19, H. Brown, Washington twp, age 56 years, 10 months, of chronic
Oct. 20, P. Gallagher, LeMars, age 62 years, of general decline.