News: Chili, Wis. (4 Feb 1910)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon



Surnames: Albrecht, Balke, Selk, Kleinschmidt, Neinas, Paulson, McNaul, Degener


----Source: The Granton News (Granton, Clark Co., WI.) February 4, 1910


Chili (4 February 1910)


Groundhog day with mist and dark sky.  Watch for the May flowers in March and snow showers in May. 


Louis Albrecht who was doubled up in the Balke sand pit by a falling mass of sand Monday morning seems to be better at present. It is a wonder that Fred Selk did not get caught under the sand as he stood only a few feet away from him.


Louis Kleinschmidt shipped a carload of hay Tuesday.


Ernst Neinas got himself a Paulson engine and also a feed mill.  He can do all of the wood cutting, feed cutting, feed grinding and every other thing for himself. The Paulson engine seems to be the climax of simplicity.


Mrs. McNaul who last week Monday was taken to Mendota, died last week Wednesday, having had another stroke of Apoplexy.


The basket social and concert given by the Chili Star Band was attended by a large crowd. Everybody was well pleased with the music. The band furnished free coffee at the lunch.


H. Degener sells the famous Easy-thread sewing machine needles.  Come and get them, they save your eyes.



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