News Colby, Wis. (23 Mar. 1911)
Surnames: Vogt, Meyer, Parkhill, Lyons, Wicker, Haley, Bastow, Firnstahl, Christofferson, Nagel, Roth, Weidemann, Etscheid, Tuttle, Adams, Blanchard, Luis, White, Wicker, Selves, Ziegler, Kautsky, Allmann, Fessler, Kesler, Becherer, Eder, Lindner, Quackenboss, Frome, Oviatt, Wiedenhoeft, Henkel, Haslett, Neihoff, Zassenhaus, Carver
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 23 Mar 1911
Do your Easter shopping early.
If you wear clothes read the Tailor’s ad.
Christ Vogt of Unity, was a Colby visitor, yesterday.
The roads are fast drying up and we will soon be inhaling dust.
Richard Meyer, Soo operator at Owen, spent Tuesday here with his parents.
Postmaster Attorney Geo. Parkhill came over from Thorp, this morning, on business.
Order your summer wood now. Basswood spoilts at the Cheese Box & Silo factory.
It is easy to made good bread with U.S. flour sold by J. E. Lyons at $5.50 per barrel.
"Many a man in his reflective moods wonders why his wife loves him, and so do his neighbors."
Tom Wicker, who has been working on a big company farm at Duluth, returned home last week.
A carload of Pillsbury’s Best Flour just received at J. E. Lyons warehouse. $5.75 per barrel.
James K. Haley of Edgerton, was a guest at Postmaster Blanchard’s home Saturday and Sunday.
Rev. and Mrs. Bastow visited with Medford friends, Monday afternoon and Tuesday forenoon.
"The hen may not be well educated, but it doesn’t take her long to scratch off a few lines - in the garden."
City Treasurer Frank Firnstahl started this morning on his annual visit to Neillsville and Wausau.
Mrs. H. H. Christofferson went to Loyal, Tuesday, to spend a week with her former neighbors and friends.
Diedrich Nagel, who has been working for the Soo at Abbotsford, moved his family back to Colby, Tuesday.
Will Roth this week traded his pony team to Albert Weidemann of Abbotsford, for a single driver and a money consideration.
G. F. Etscheid, the Dorchester Veterinary Surgeon, and a young man named Mitchell, were in Colby a few hours Monday evening.
Yesterday F. M. Tuttle received two full-blood Brown Leghorn Roosters from his brother Sheldon Tuttle of Campbellsport.
If you want a team of work horses of any kind, or a driving team, write John Luis, Marshfield; he can supply you with anything in that line.
Miss Grace Adams, who is attending the Stevens Point Business College, spent a few days here with her relatives, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. White.
Frank Wicker came down from Medford, Tuesday, and purchased Tom Selves’ big black stallion, "Colonel." He will take him to Medford, Friday.
Dr. A. W. Ziegler, dentist, will be in Colby the first six days and the 11, 12, 13, 14th of each month. Dr. E. V. Kautsky’s office. Make appointments early.
Mrs. Wm. Allmann and child of Medford, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Allmann in this city, the past week, returned to their home, Monday afternoon.
Chas. A. Fessler, father of George Fessler, and several others from Dorchester, drove through the city, Tuesday, en route for Unity to attend the funeral of Mrs. George Fessler.
Matt Kesler went to Gordon, Wednesday, to try and sell his farm near that place. Louis Becherer went with him to look over the country. They will return Saturday.
Mrs. Geo. M. Eder of Fond du Lac, Miss Delia Lindner of Oshkosh, Wis., and August Lindner and Henry Feind of Tomahawk were here to attend the funeral of their grandfather, Carl Lindner.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. N. Quackenboss, old Colby residents, moved with their household goods to Clinton, Iowa, last week, which place will be their home hereafter. Their friends regret their departure.
Mrs. Chas. Frome went to Oshkosh, Monday morning, to receive treatment from Dr. Oviatt. She may have to have an operation performed. Charlie went down Tuesday to be with her a few days.
Albert Wiedenhoeft will sell some live stock, machinery and other personal property, at public auction, on his place in the town of Colby, on Thursday afternoon, March 30th. Phil Henkel, auctioneer.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Haslett of Loyal village, and Mr. and Mrs. Felix Neihoff of Loyal town, were over Sunday guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Christofferson. Mr. Haslett is the cashier of the Citizens State Bank of Loyal.
Wm. Zassenhaus, a member of the Jury Commission, went to Neillsville, Monday, to assist, in the drawing of jurors, for the April term of the circuit court, and transact other business. He returned home Tuesday evening.
Fred Carver of Colby has been spending the past few days in the city. Mr. Carver is a carpenter contractor and came down to figure on some new buildings.
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