News: Colby (19 Sep 1889)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Booth, Borden, Chambers, Firnstahl, Hertz, Hinkes, Kaustky, Neumeister, Salter, Siegrist, White

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 9/17/2014

Originally published in the Colby Phonograph

Heavy frost last night.

It’s goodbye garden truck.

The weather is getting very fall like.

Farmers Institute in Colby, Nov. 19 and 20.

Mrs. Mat Hinkes went to Marshfield on Monday.

N. J. White transacted business down the line Friday night.

Mrs. G. R. Chambers visited friends in Unity last Friday.

Henry Siegrist was up Monday and returned Tuesday morning.

Eleven pounds of granulated sugar for $1.00 at J. E. Borden & Co.’s.

Carl Hertz and wife of the town went to Milwaukee Monday morning.

A. H. Booth transacted business to Stevens Point, the latter part of last week.

Do not ask for school books on time. They will be refused you under order of the board.

Cashmeres and other dress goods some of the very latest styles at J. E. Borden & Co.’s.

W. M. and Mrs. and Mrs. J. W. Salter were guests of R. B. and F. J. Salter on Sunday.

Mrs. Neumeister, with her children, went to Bessemer yesterday to visit with her parents.

Mrs. A. H. Booth and daughter Claudie went to Marshfield, Saturday to see dentist Kaustky.

Frank Firnstahl and Henry Siegrist drove to Dorchester Monday.



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