News: Abbotsford, Wis. (19 Mar. 1891)
Contact: Stan

Surnames: Sundbery, Brownell, Baker, Kromer, Mordt, Roter, Partridge, Tennant, Pelon, Hughes, Whitcomb

----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 03/19/1891

Abbotsford, Wis. - Mar. 19, 1891

D. Sundbery, we understand, starts up his saw mill today.

Mrs. N. Brownell has been seriously ill but is some what better.

Mr. and Mrs. Baker have returned from a two months visit, at Chicago, Illinois.

Mrs. All Kromer left, Tuesday, for Mondovi, called there by the serious illness of her father.

Miss Lilly Mordt left last week, for Spokane Falls, Washington, where she will make it her future home.

Messrs. Roter, Partridge, Tennant, Pelon and Hughes returned safe and sound from Madison, Wisconsin, the last of the week.

We are pleased to see Mr. Whitcomb with a conductor’s cap on. Tim is one of the Boys and we are glad to see him in the position.

The American House is running quietly and nicely under the excellent management of R. Tennant and wife. Richard says he is doing full as well as he expected.



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