News: Colby (13 Jun 1889)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Brehm, Bruneau, Cole, Eggebrecht, Hamann, Patridge, Provinske, Salter, Walbridge, Yengst
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 6/11/2014
Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, June 13, 1889
Two days that it did not rain. Today and tomorrow.
Charles Patridge was down from Abbotsford yesterday.
Herman Brehm has real London Porter n tap at his saloon.
We are better prepared than ever to print Fourth of July bangers.
F. J. Salter returned from Milwaukee and West Bend earlier, Monday morning.
Take in some of the ice cream and strawberries at Colby Hall next Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Frank Provinske and sister are down from Bessemer, visiting friends and relatives
Old papers n packages at 5 cents or 10 cents each, according to size of package at this office.
Andrew Yengst, clerk of the new town of Hoard, was in town yesterday and called at this office.
Eggebrecht and Hamann’s Mill in the town of Wein, shut down, last week, having completed the season’s cut.
Geo. Walbridge can sell any kind of cow a man wants, from a high grade Holstein to a quarter grade scrub.
J. K. Cole has been at work the past week, with a portion of a crew on the long bridge south of this place.
J. R. Bruneau came over Saturday morning and has been doing some hard sitting around down at the mill ever since.
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