News: Colby (11 Apr 1889)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Baird, Bullock, Eber, Hanson, Hutchinson, Kaudy, Kesting, Reitz, Sanford, Sill, Sims, Tessmer, Tierbach, Walbridge, White, Whitehouse

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 4/09/2014

Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, April 11, 1889

Lots of traveling men in town.

Walbridge has cows to sell. Call and see them.

M. Kaudy was n Marshfield on business, Monday.

George Whitehouse is visiting with his niece, Belle Bullock.

J. N. White is in Wausau attending court as a witness this week.

O. H. Baird and family made a short visit to Greenwood Sunday.

Etta Hutchinson closes her term of school in the Feind district this week.

Paul Tessmer of Sturgeon Bay, has purchased the Kesting place for $1,125.

F. Sill, our worthy section foreman is building an addition to this residence.

Sam C. Sanford has moved into the house lately occupied by N. P. Hanson.

Bills are out for an Easter Monday dance to be given by the Sons of Herman.

Fred Reitz, the Neillsville Tailor visited Colby on Monday, soliciting orders.

Frank Eber has purchased the Tierbach place, consideration eight hundred dollars.

It is currently rumored about our city that Put White has sold one of his trotters.

Paul Sims left for Dixon, Ill., Tuesday morning. Paul goes to learn stenography.



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