News: Dorchester, Wis. (5 Sept. 1883)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Foster, Neef, Jones, Rubin

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 09/05/1883

Dorchester, Wis. - Sept. 5, 1883

Buy your candy and perfumery at Homsted’s.

"Camphor" is being hawked about the streets of Dorchester, Wis.

School begins Monday with Mr. E. Foster as principal, Mrs. Foster as primary teacher, and Miss Della Neef in the southern district.

We would say to Joe, whose wife has deserted him for a time, to take good care of the cucumbers and all other valuables entrusted in his care.

John R. Jones keeps himself tied together with a white - square - piece of cloth so if he flies in different directions some day he may be able to recover the pieces.

R. P. Rubin has the finest one ounce baby you ever saw, it is a quadraped, unfortunately, and should judge from appearances that its great-grandfather’s wife’s sister’s aunts was a "mice."



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