News: Chili, Wis. (28 Jan 1910)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Fulwiler, Bosselman, Harriman, Hutt, McNaul, Schoengarth, Ross, Eunson, Kaddatz
----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) January 28, 1910
Chili (28 January 1910)
There was quite a lively real estate and personal property business going on Tuesday of this week. Wm. Fulwiler sold the house and lot which he bought of Emil Bosselman for a consideration of $350, including a wagon and top buggy, to Thode Harriman. Thode Harriman sold a team of light horses to John Hutt, and the best of it is that all parties seem to be satisfied with their deals.
After quite a few nice winter days we had a rain and snow storm Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. McNaul were both taken to Mendota for treatment as they were found to be suffering with illusions. Judge Oscar Schoengarth and Dr. Ross of Granton were here to hold the examination. Rob Eunson took the unfortunates to Mendota the same day.
Gustav Kaddatz returned from Park Falls where he worked in the woods for the Roddis Co. He says snow has a depth of 3 feet in the woods.
Everybody watch the comet, it is visible when the sky is clear.
When will we get the news of Heathville again? We all enjoy the breezy lively writings of the correspondent of that city.
I held this next one, but now in July 6 issue there is no further obit, so we will post this short one.
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