News: Colby (25 Jul 1889)

Contact: Robert Lipprandt 

Surnames: Borden, Bracht, Burton, Chambers, Greseke, Jorres, Kleinfeldt, Page, Parkhill, Perkins, Ritz, Shaffer, Struthers, Taylor, Wallbridge, White

----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, WI) 7/23/2014

Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, 25 Jul 1889

Richard Bracht is confined to his house by sickness.

Father Ritz, Medford, was a guest of Father Jorres last night.

Robert Struthers came home from up the line Sunday morning, sick.

Mrs. Sam J. Shaffer and Callie returned from Thorp Saturday evening.

G. J. Wallbridge and J. N. White have been on the sick list this past week.

One week from today, the festive partridge and other game will be ripe for the harvest.

Miss Fanny Burton of Unity was in town Monday, a guest of Mrs. G. R. Chambers.

J. J. Shafer went to Wien Sunday and returned Monday afternoon with Mrs. Joe and Lula.

Mrs. E. T. Parkhill went to Thorp yesterday morning to visit a short time with her son George.

C. R. Taylor went to Dorchester Saturday and returned Sunday accompanied by Mrs. Taylor.

Mrs. Albert Kleinfeldt of Oshkosh is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Greseke, in the town.

Warren Page, high sheriff of Clark County was in town Monday night looking after the lumber of A. J. Perkins.

An excellent quality of Tea Dust. Can’t be beat for the price. Five pounds for one dollar at J. E. Borden & Co.’s



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