News Colby, Wis. (30 June 1898)
Surnames: Sommer, Salter, Biell, Krepsky, LeSage, Biell, Phillipi, Hutchinson, Baer, Taplin, Brooks, Roth
----Sources: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 06/30/1898
Colby - Local Miscellany June 30, 1898
Attend the school meeting, Tuesday evening.
Pure Paris Green, 20 cents per pound, Sommer’s.
Remember the annual school meeting, next Tuesday evening.
At R. E. W. Sommer’s pure Paris Green, 20 cents per pound.
A ladies high grade bicycle, 28 inch wheels, for sale cheap, enquire at this office.
Farmers would do well to call on R. B. Salter and look over his fence proposition.
John Biell will have a picnic at Dill Creek Park, next Monday, and promises a good time.
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Krepsky drove to Medford, Sunday, and were guests of Dr. and Mrs. LeSage.
Peter Phillipi went to Dale, Sunday, to visit a day with friends and then went on to Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Miss Fern Hutchinson returned home, last week, from Madison, where she was attending the state university.
Wm. Baer, of Marshfield, came up on his wheel and visited last Thursday, with the family of his uncle, John Phillipi.
Miss Mae Taplin, of Neillsville, was in the city, yesterday, and made personal application for a position in our city schools.
H. J. Brooks, of Neillsville, representing Leo Roth, of Milwaukee, was *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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