News: Colby (11 Jul 1889)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Blanchard, Booth, Bryant, Burton, Jordan, Kaudy, Pantke, Poetter, Schultz, Struthers, Wallbridge, Wicker
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 7/09/2014
Originally printed in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, July 11, 1889
Wallbridge has a cow yet to sell.
Remember, the Stock Fair, July 13th.
Cut your thistles, or pay a small boy to do it.
M. Kaudy celebrated at Marshfield on the Fourth.
The Good Templars of Unity will have a picnic next Saturday.
Mr. A. H. Booth and children returned home from Loyal on Tuesday.
The hardest rain of the season occurred on Tuesday. It just poured.
The Stock Fair to be held in this village, next Saturday, will be largely attended.
Miss Fannie Burton, of Unity, visited Colby, Tuesday and called on the Phonograph.
Charley Wicker, who has been sojourning in Chicago for sometime past, was home for the week.
J. H. Bryant and Robt. Struthers came down from Rhinelander to spend the Fourth with their families.
Mrs. Louis Poetter of Fix Lake and children are visiting the family of John Schultz, who are relatives.
H. J. Blanchard is having his store painted up in fine shape. Math. Kaudy Jr., is the artist that swings the brush.
The families of Jos. Jordan and Fr. Pantke were each increased by one Monday night. We did not learn the gender.
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