News: Colby (5 Sep 1889)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Borden, Breehter, Bruneau, Cass, Cole, Dix, Kecker, Olson, Pierce, Rollman, Salter, Shafer, Thygessen

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 9/03/2014

Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Thursday, September 5, 1889

Sunday school concert next Monday evening at 8. Everyone should go, only 10 cents.

Albert Kecker has a new road cart.

R. B. Salter returned home last night.

The High School building begins to loom up.

Andrew Olson was among visitors in Colby Saturday.

J. R. Bruneau is over, looking after his lumber business.

Rev. J. Dix of Abbotsford transacted business in Colby on Saturday.

Mrs. Sam J. Shafer went to Thorp Saturday and returned in the evening.

The sister of Mrs. M. Thygessen returned to her home in Racine Monday.

Mrs. Henry Rollman and children returned to their home at Chilton on Friday.

J. O. Pierce and wife of the American House, Abbotsford, were down Monday.

T. E. Cass was in town Monday, taking usual orders for candy and crackers.

J. E. Borden & Co. will sell their new and immense stock of boy’s clothing at bed rock prices.

Frances Breehter, a former prominent businessman of Beaver Dam, was in town Monday.

Miss Jessie Cole commenced a term of school in the Holton district, town of Holton, last Monday.



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