News: Colby (1 May 1890)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Brady, Bredemeyer, Clark, Graham, July, Mordt, Pierce, Roth, Salter, Siegrist, Sundberry, Taylor, Wagner, Wolf, Woodard
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 4/23/2014
Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, May 1, 1890
Graham’s Mill is now running on full time.
Editor Wagner of Thorp is in town today.
Masks for children on sale at Bredemeyer’s.
Ed. Mordt, of Abbotsford, was down, Tuesday.
C. R. Taylor is repapering the saloon for July and Wolf.
The Catholic church, at this place, is being enlarged.
John July made a business trip to Marshfield Tuesday.
Barney Brady, of the town of Hoard, was in town Tuesday.
Fred Roth has moved his barn a few feet farther from the house.
F. J. Salter purchased a cow at Unity which he says is boss.
J. O. Pierce and wife drive down from Abbotsford, quite frequently.
D. M. Woodard of Watertown, visited Colby Merchants Tuesday.
D. F. Clark of Marshfield was looking over lumber matters here Monday.
Henry Siegrist was up from Spencer Friday evening and returned Saturday.
A S of V Camp will be organized here in the near future, we are informed.
A sort of a school maam scrubbing bee scrubbed the post office, Friday evening.
Emil Sundberry has been down from Abbotsford a couple of times the past week.
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