News: Colby (10 Jan 1889)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Borden, Bruneau, Cass, Clark, Fleckenstein, Freeman, Greske, Kaudy, Kleinfeldt, Kraus, Lamont, Neff, Sims, Tolford, von Neupert, Wicker, Zassenhaus
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 1/08/2014
Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, Wednesday, January 10, 1889
Charlie Wicker returned to Chicago Saturday afternoon.
Ernie Wicker and Gad Kaudy went to Spencer Saturday.
Dr. von Neupert made a professional visit to Longwood Sunday.
D. F. Clark, the Minneapolis Lumber buyer, was in town Monday.
Schools all commenced on time Monday morning with good enrollment.
Register of deeds Zassenhaus has appointed Ralph Tolford as his deputy.
Miss Addie Neff has accepted a position in the high school at Ashland.
Doctor Freeman made a professional visits to Colby on Saturday and Monday.
T. E. Cass wished his many customers here a Happy New Year Monday.
J. F. Sims assisted J. E. Borden & Co. in taking an inventory of stock last week.
Carl von Neupert returned to Minneapolis Sunday morning to resume his medical study.
Chris O will receive fresh fish every Thursday at his market, commencing next week.
Mrs. M. Kraus of Marshfield was a guest of her sister, Mrs. M. G. Gleckenstein, last Sunday.
Mary Greske went to Oshkosh last Saturday, where she will visit with her sister, Mrs. Kleinfeldt.
Lamont’s mill will startup Monday on the logs of Jr. R. Bruneau and will be kept busy until fall.
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