News: Colby (8 May 1890)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Bryant, Butler, Horr, Hutchinson, Irvine, Lamont, Leichtnam, Prentice, Rosin, Salter, Scott, Sims, Umhoefer, Vandercook, Wagner, Woodbury

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 4/30/2014

Originally published by the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, May 8, 1890

Bring your stock in Saturday.

Cyrus Hutchinson was home over Sunday.

J. H. Bryant and Willie were home over Sunday.

John F. Lamont was up from Marshfield, Sunday.

Remember the horse and cattle fair, next Saturday.

Martin Leichtnam lost a valuable mare, last week.

Miss Josie Scott is teaching a school west of Dorchester.

W. S. Irvine of the town of Beaver was in town today.

Four wedding this past week and yet a frost every night.

W. H. Butler of Unity called on the printers this afternoon.

Minnie Rosen has just completed a term of school in a Taylor County district.

R. J. Horr was a guest of Levi Woodbury, Sunday accompanied by his son.

G. E. Vandercook and wife were up Friday and took in the children’s mask reception.

Judge R. B. Salter went to Neillsville Monday, to hold the May term of the county court.

Mrs. Wm. Wagner of Thorp, accompanied by her two children, is a guest of the senior’s family.

A new engine and boiler arrived here the past week, for Paul Umhoefer and had been taken out to his mill.

Jos. Sims commenced a short term of school in the A. W. Prentice district, town of Frankfort, last Monday.



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