News: Colby (23 May 1889)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Bullock, Cole, Holeton, Jarvis, Lamere, Orth, Salter, Steinwand, Todd, von Neupert, Wallbridge, White

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 5/21/2014

Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, May 23, 1889

Wallbridge has wool to sell.

Mrs. J. N. White visited friend in Unity, yesterday.

Frank Jarvis was home from Withee, Sunday, with his family.

Timothy, Clover, Millett and Rutabaga seed at Walbridges.

G. J. Orth, a Milwaukee traveling man, was in town last night.

Miss Belle Bullock is visiting, this week, with friends in Spencer.

Louis Lamere has been in town this week looking over his camp kit.

H. M. Todd represented a Milwaukee grocery house here, last night.

Mrs. G. W. Holeton, and Miss Gertie were guests of Mrs. I. K. Cole, yesterday.

The Potter mill, now owned by R. B. Salter & Co., will complete the season’s cut, today.

A. Steinwand and son Joe went to Spencer, Monday, where Mr. S. purchased two cows.

A heavy rain storm accompanied by heavy thunder and lightning, visited this section last night.

Dr. C. von Neupert has been on the sick since last Saturday. We are not pleased to see him out again.

Cold and wet, was the prevailing weather during the past week, with a hail storm Tuesday afternoon.

We have heard someone talk of adding a milk shake apparatus to the village enterprises, Will it be done?



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