News: Colby (30 May 1889)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Bredemeyer, Butler, Judy, Kaudy, Perkins, Salter, Setter, Speers, Swan, Taylor, Thompson, von Jeupert, Wallbridge, Wicker
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 5/28/2014
Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, May 30, 1889
Wallbrdige still has a cow to sell.
Miss Anna Kaudy left, Monday for Mauston.
John July has been on the sick list the past week.
Ben Thompson is painting R. B. Salter’s house.
Bredemeyer has erected hitching posts in front of his store.
Henry Speers, of Unity was up yesterday, and made us a pleasant call.
Conrad Setter is building a house on his lots, corner of Clark and 3rd Street.
A. J. Perkins, Mayor of Medford, was in town a few minutes, Monday evening.
Cad Wicker visited with friends in Spencer, Friday night, and returned Saturday morning.
Old papers in packages at 5 cents or 10 cents each, according to size of package, at this office.
Pack you butter in stone jars - Wallbridge has plenty to sell, also stone pans, churns.
Perry Swan started his mill in the town of Wien, Monday morning, on a here weeks shingle run.
C. B. Taylor has been doing some find work in the way of decorating the hall for today’s services.
Dr. von Neupert informs us that he has tendered his resignation as president of the German society.
Wm. Salter and Wm. Butler drove up from Unity, Tuesday evening, and stopped an hour in the village.
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