News: Colby (15 Aug 1889)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Bredemeyer, McCarthy, Shafer, Stoller, Taylor, Wagner, Walbridge, Welsch, Wescott, Wicker

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 8/13/2014

Note: Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, August 15, 1889

Farmers should now order their South Down Lambs at G. J. Walbridge.

Miss Della Wescott of Unity spent Saturday with Cora McCarthy.

C. A. Stoller, representing the cigar manufactory of Oshkosh, was in town Monday evening.

Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Welsch went to the town of Beaver, Saturday, and stopped over Sunday.

Mrs. Katie Wagner of Thorp and two children are guests of Mrs. Sam J. Shafer this week.

Miss Annie Wicker came up from Chicago last week and is now keeping house for her father.

Bredemeyer has a few of those ladies fine trimmed hat left and will sell them at cost.

Miss Cad Wicker returned from her Stevens Point visit yesterday. She says she did not get lost.

A pound of good tea in a nice tin pail for fifty cents and a nice find present thrown in at Bredemeyer’s.

Jurors for the October term of the Circuit Court, Marathon County, will be drawn on the send day in September.

A number of young people surprised Roy Taylor last Saturday evening and had a very pleasant time until 10 o’clock.



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