News: Colby (23 Sep 1886)


Contact: Robert Lipprandt




Surnames: Borden, Bredemeyer, Driese, Eggebrecht


----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wisconsin) Wednesday, September 21, 2011, page 15


Originally published in the Colby Phonograph, September 23, 1886


A full blooded Holstein bull, two years old, will be sold cheap.  J. E. Borden


The new stock of boots and shoes just received at Fred Bredemeyer’s is the best in town.


C. A Driese will, commencing Friday, keep a fresh rye bread constantly on hand, direct from the Medford bakery. 


Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engebrecht, of the town of Wein, presented their daughter, the junior’s guardian, with about on half bushel of ripe tomatoes Saturday. Many thanks.


The district school has got into good running shape now, and both teachers have their hands full. In the primary department, there are over 70 scholars enrolled and between 50 and 60 in the upper department. 



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