News: Colby Phonograph (9 Dec 1885)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Bowden, Butler, Cook, Danham, Flood, Harvey, Iverson, Kaudy, Moeller, Nucsse, Ransom, Salter, Shafer, Shean, Wilde, Willms

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 12/10/2014

Matt Kaudy went to Marshfield yesterday.

J. P. Harvey was up from Unity yesterday.

J. C. Bowden transacted business here Monday.

Gus. Nucsse was in town Saturday and registered at Brehm’s Hotel.

S. S. Iverson, of Stevens Point was in town Friday. He called on the printers.

Billy Willms returned home Saturday by team. Tom Danham accompanied him.

Deputy Sheriff A. Cook and Henry Butler of Unity were monkeying around this office Saturday.

Mike Shean came down from Westboro Thursday and visited until Saturday with his family.

B. Moeller of Milwaukee had his dry goods samples on exhibition at the Colby House parlors, yesterday.

A. Cook, N. C. Ransom, Wm. Salter, J. P. Harvey, Chas. Flood and several others, were up from Unity last night.

Billy Wilde returned to Colby last Wednesday, after spending a year in the Wilde West. Bill will wilde away the winter here.

Mrs. J. J. Shafer, accompanied by Lula, went out to Wein Saturday, to visit her parents and to attend dedication services.



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