News: Colby, Wis. (September 30, 1885)
Contact: R. Lipprandt
Surnames: Bredemeyer, Brehm, Darling, Francher, Groelle, Pinter, Salter, Shafer, Spaulding
----Source: The Tribune-Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wisconsin) Vol. 48, No. 39, Wednesday, September 24, 2008, page 2
The Postmaster General on Thursday last appointed Sam J. Shafer postmaster at this place and, on Monday, F. H. Darling was appointed postmaster at Unity.
Remember that B. J. Johnson’s Galvanie Soap, if for sale at stores or H. Brehm and F. Bredemeyer. Also for sale in Unity at the stores of D. J. Spaulding, J. W. Salter and G. Groelle.
The Royce Swiss Bell Ringers are billed for his place, next Tuesday. This company has visited Colby several times and has always given the very best satisfaction. Do not neglect to take it in.
The Colby base ball club are leveling up and fixing their grounds in good shape for their match game, with the Spencer nine next Saturday. The Colby boys admit that they will do up Spencer in style.
Peter Pinter has moved his wagon shop into the building in the rear of Charley Fancher’s blacksmith shop so as to be handy to the blacksmith. He will be please to meet all who want anything in his line there.
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