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206 S Second St
Watertown Daily Times, 03 19 1908
Some miscreant or miscreants Tuesday night stole and carried away the large gum slot machine that hung in front of the store of H. & M. Iffland, Second Street. The machine was well filled with gum and pennies. It is thought that it was either stolen by hoodlums in the city or by hoboes, who needed the pennies more than the gum.
This is the second gum slot machine that has been stolen the past few days and the police should get busy and if possible ferret out the rascal or rascals and see that justice is meted out to them.
Later, the machine was found during the forenoon in the lot on First Street, occupied by Fred Ullrich for piling concrete blocks. The machine was wrecked and the gum and money taken by the thieves.
Helena and Marie Iffland, grocers, 206 Second St, 1913-14 Watertown City Dir
Iffland Grocery, August Iffland, 207 Second, 1949, Watertown City Dir
Mrs. Peter Iffland
1848 - 1909
Watertown Gazette, 02 19 1909
Iffland, Louisa, b. Mar 21, 1848, d. Feb 16, 1909
Mrs. Peter Iffland, 205 North Eighth Street, died of dropsy on Tuesday, February 16, 1909. Deceased was born in Salsburg, Saxony, Germany, March 21, 1848, and she has resided in Watertown for nearly half a century. Her husband, three daughters and two sons survive her, being Herman Iffland of this city, August Iffland of Milwaukee; Mrs. W. W. Owen of St. Paul and the Misses Marie and Helen Iffland of this city. Her funeral will be held Friday afternoon from her late home and interment will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
August Iffland, retired Watertown grocer, died
Mr. Iffland was born
Mr. Iffland was a member of St. Henry's. The Rev. A. H. Foltz officiated and interment was in Calvary Cemetery, Milwaukee.
Daughter Mrs. William McManus, Milwaukee
Son Eugene E. Iffland, Watertown
Sister Miss Mary Iffland, Watertown
Sister Mrs. Elizabeth Owen, Watertown
Brother Herman Iffland, Watertown