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C*uc aoo CURES YOUR HORSE OF LAME SHOtiLOER ftft-cilvr means of curing /‘‘•it ~ \ jf your h -rse of Jftitin / J arfi. should 't. It 1 tt** ‘mJ. ‘ ■' 4 V/,k V 1 'Of y. sJNt I - /><. A kind id Isknown %\i*fcd-£ ‘ ‘ m WL si fI \7 over m country a* W' > ;/ bsksj \L y P*e at r on your hors* *nd h* * '/justly for rk tomorrow. My-who!*t outfit, hi fl eluding mod Jin? *nd syrlbf*. *Ti* f"> t- l! V 7 order* filled same d*y a received. I’twtsge i>r*|MW. j Avery Interesting fMMßfi&U't on this subject will ■ be metied to every own*r of horse upon request. IK DR. F. 8 UOTT. >93 Lincoln PHc, iroofclyn W. f. Wall Paper for 1910 fjj There are more ways ■" than one of selling Wall Paper, but only two things for the purchaser to consid er: First, the quality and style of the paper; Second, the price you pay. In both instances, we can save you money. We do not buy job goods of ancient patterns from jobbers. We deal di rect with the manufacturers whose goods are up-to-date, fresh, standard in quality and style. Our prices range from 3ic to 15c per single roll. Remnants we sell at 2Jc regardless of c< >st. Our stock of 5c and 7£c papers is the pleasant surprise in store for you, when you see our line. 11 Being the cor rect measure of your rooms and we will give you defi nite figures and save your time and money. Dahl’s Drug Store 111 l sLitas? stable A clean stable floor is a big help to animal health. A Marquette Con crete stable floor is easily kept clean —no filth to contaminate contents of the milk pails— every ounce of manure on the fields where it will do good y not on the stable floor where it will breed disease and do harm . Floor-making is the simplest kind of concrete work. Do it yourself. We'll gladly send you details for making a stable floor with MARQUETTF JL T X PORTLAND CEMENTJW The Farmer’s Cement Handbook free for the asking. Writt us today. Marquette Cement Mfg Cos, Gtttitl Office and Works: La Salle, 111. Otan Qomi hi, r|M Bid,.. Ckic f., 10. J. W. Thayer, Viroque Distributor. Marvelous Discoveries mark the wonderful progress of the age. Air flights on heavy machines, telegrams wit! out wires, terrible war inventions to k 11 men, and that won der of wonders—Dr. King’s New Dis covery—to save life when threatened by coughs, colds, la grippe, asthma, croup, bronchitis, hemorrhages, hay fever and whooping cough or. lung trouble, for all bronchial affections it has no equal. It relieves instantly. Its the surest cure. James M. Black of Asheville, N. C., R. R. No. 4, writes it cured him of an obstinate cough after all other remedies failed. 50c. and SI.OO. A trial bottle free. Guar anteed by A. J. Johnson. A Woman's Great Idea is how to make herself attractive. But, without health, it is hard for her to be lovely in face, form or temper. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous ar,d irritable. Constipation and Kid ney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched com plexion, But Electric Bitters always prove a godsend to women who want health, beauty and friends. They reg ulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood; give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, vel vety skin, lovely complexion, good health. Try them. 50c at A. J. John son’s. MONEY LOANED CITY LOTS and HOMES For Sale Cheap Now See DR. w. El. butt #&/// EXCELLO PATENT FLOUR - - -j tsn vet LEWIS S. THOMPSON. Prop. VIROQUA, wis Vkbnon County CUNsob OLIVER G. MUNSON. Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTION RATES On* Year within Vernon County *}- Oim* Y<*r <ratßid of Vrnon Coantj L*p Wednesday, June 22, 1910 TUBERCULOSIS AND ITS CURE Will M. Roes, a Wisconsin man, has written a little book on his experience with tuberculosis and says that the sooner people who are afflicted with the disease learn that they cannot con tinue to live the same as before the disease saddled itself apon them but must undergo a sane and systematic change of life, the sooner will tuber culosis cease to be a national scourge. Mr. Ross ia no believer in the climate cure —because he has tried it. “In my sojourn in the southwest,” he says, “I made it a point to discußS with as many health seekers as I could the methods they were employing in pursuit of health. The results were amazing. Where getting well was their only business, they had generally neglected to learn even the essentials of that business, but were following a hit or miss road to health —or destruction. ” He says that it requires from two to five years to be cured and advises all who have the disease to consult the family physicians and follow his direc tions. He is convinced that fresh air, rest and proper food is the only cure, j He says that precautions must be taken to prevent set-back and that qua-ks should be avoided. A SENSIBLE WORD OP ADVICE A neighboring exchange give,! ex pression to sentiment that the Censor desires to emphatically endorse and commend to the consideration of the numerous gentlemen who are seeking nomination on the county republican ticket. “With the campaign for county office just opening up the candidates for various offices should bear in mind that but one can be nominated for each office, and they should so conduct their campaign that when the winner is named the rest of the candidates should fall in line and give him their best support. This is the true principle of polities and there is nothing to be gained by not supporting the candidate which has the most votes at the pri maries. Another thing that the candi dates should remember and that is “play the game square” do not “knock” your opponent; more votes are lost to the “knockers” than they think. Con duct your canvass clean and honorable and you need have no fear of the out come for if you lose you will know that you were defeated by honorable means and if yon win you were able to secure the nomination by the same manner.” GOVERNOR GILLETTE TO THE FORE When he was in Viroqua two weeks ago Governor James N. Gillette of California, gave it out that he would make no interference to the prize fight slated for San Francisco between the bruisers Johnson and JefFries on July 4th. After arriving home the governor changed hia mind *n<! now gives official notice that he will resist the pugilistic encounter. This has tossed the sport ing element of the United States into a fever of o ,citement and it is declared that the big event will be pulled off in Nevada. * Madison Democrat: To the exiesßive use ef alcohol was charged one-third of the insane dependents, between 30 and 40 per cent of all epileptic cases and from 40 to 50 per cent of all cases of imbecility in the United States by Bailey B. Burritt, assistant secretary of the State Charities Aid association of New York, in an address before the National Conference of Charities and Correction. Mr. Burritt also stated that 00 per cent of the total number of arrests in Massachusetts for the year 1903 were due to public intoxica tion. Sucl. startling statistics as these naturally have caused more than half ot this nation to be dry. It is predicted that congress will pd- I journ.about the last days of June. The j country will have cause for rejoicing. The jealousies, bickerings and noisy i a.claim of mouthy politicians, seeking their own aggrandizement, has thrown j the country into an unsettled state. I No man or company of men is willing j to make investments in industrial en ! terprises while this unrest is at its ! high stage of ferment. Conductors on passenger trains in i this state received notice that the j gambling on any of their cars must be i stopped. Playing cards for money will • not be allowed under any circumstances, i The company of course does not object | to passengers plajing cards, if they de sire to, but cannot permit gambling, | according to instructions from the Wis consin Railroad Commission.—Ex. By call nmde at the head of this ’ column it wili be ascertained that the local democracy have arranged for a I couoty convention to be held in Viro qua on Saturday, Jul> 9th, which in turn ! will choose delegates to represent the ! county at the state convention. Basing his estimate on recent reports i from the wheat belt of the slate. Charles Harris, director of the state j free employment bureau, states that Kansas will need about 40,000 harvest | hands this year. __ Just a little “warming up” in state i political matters has commenced. There will doubtless be sufficient to make i things merry all along the line. Last year twentv-one people were killed by motor cars in the streets of , London. Kodol ESyspepsia Cure Digests what you eat. WEAK AND NERVOUS, CONSTANT HEADACHE , SLEEPLESSNESS. HjJßt'-IL.-AllttE 11 IB BEl' ■■**’ 1 " , Ipljf ’ - \ MB. CHARLES BCDLONO, PPOEVEKAL years ago I found my- O self all run down. I could eat but Utile, and I was weak and nervous. My head ached nearly all the time, my sleep went from me, and I used to have to resort to opiates ia oeder to get any rest. “I saw Terana advertised extensively In all t..'t papers and drug stores, and thought 1 would give tt a trial. I bought six buttles and started in. “I was most agreeably surprised at the outset by the way the medicine seemed to act on my entire physical system. I rested well at night right from the first, and before I had taken the six bottles I was entirely cured. ” —Mr. Charles Budlong, Anthony, Rhode Island. When the stomach is stimulated to do tta work vigorously, nervousness and weakness, headache and sleepless- U ss, frequently disappear as the result. A great many people are slowly starv ing from indigestion. They eat food nougb. They select their food cor rectly. But tho food is not digested and assimilated as it should be. in many eases Peruna has furnished exactly the assistance necessary, and ail the bad symptoms disappear. “I have been troubled a great deal with catarrh and nervousness, and Pa runa has cured me.”—Mr. George 8. Chandler, 64 Pleasant Bt., Portsmouth N, H. V.an-a-lln an Idea' laxative.. THE ASPIRING ONES announcement I wish to announce to the voters of Vernon county that I will be a candi date for sheriff at the September pri maries. Your vote, or any service which you may render me, will be highly appreciated. Martin Root. Jefferson town. OUT FOR SHERIFF I hereby announce to the voters of Vernon county that I am a candidate for sheriff, subject to the fall primar ies. Thanking you in advance for any support I may receive, I am, Respectfully yours, De Soto, May 3rd. O. G. Lewis. Announcement Am candidate for republican nomina tion for member of assembly. Trust you will consider me worthy of your support. Respectfully, A. T. Jordan. Announcement The undersigned hereby makes an nouncement that he will be a candidate for the nomination to the office of mem ber of assembly for Vernon county on the republican ticket at the primary election to be held in September, 1910. At a latter date 1 shall make a more detailed statement touching the various questions of public concern in this state. Respectfully, Lawrence Grimsrud. Westby, May 3rd. VIROQUA AUCTION Men’s and Boys’ Suits, Overcoats,Fui nish ing Goods, Hats, Caps and Shoes price’ In addition to continuing daily the GREATEST Price Saving Closing Out Sale Ever Known in this part of the State there will be added THE AUCTION FEATURE Saturday,June 25 and Wednesday,June 29 between 1:30 o’clock and 3 o’clock in the afternoon and 6:30 and 8 o’clock in the evening you will be able to buy at AUCTION the most up-to-date goods to be found —Highest Grades of Most Stylish Suits, Overcoats, Furnishings, Shoes, Etc. The Entire Stock Must Go! Remember these Auction periods will not iuterfere with your getting everyday the great bargains that have brought so many eager purchasers day by day for the past 10 days. Not a Suit above size 36 in the large and complete line still on hand that has been in stock six months. The very best of this season’s make. Furnishing Goods and Shoes still complete. Do not miss the place. See sign in front of the store. THE BLUE FRONT STORE COFFLAND & ELLEFSON Are You Going to Business College? This is a time of preparation and training for business. Much depends —upon the selection of a college. Meets the demands of the Best in Commercial Education and Training. By reason thereof it has gained an enviable reputation as a leader in this work. It maintains such position because of Superior Facilities, Splendid Location and Equipment, Progressive Management, Extensive Commercial Courses, Up-to-date Systems and Methods, Faculty of Expert Teachers, Thorough Instruction and Best Gass of Students. Write for Catalogue and Information. Spencerian Business College, - Milwaukee, Wisconsin R. C. Spencer, President-E. R. Otis, Manager Announcement I wish to announce to the voters of ! Vernon county that I will be a Repub- : lican candidate for clerk of circuit court at the September primaries. Any support which I utiy receive, will be highly appreciated. Respectfully yours, Robert J. Solberg. Viroqua, May 9th. Announcement Upon the request of my friends, I hereby announce myself as candidate for sheriff, subject to the republican primary election. Very respectfully, Scott Curtis. Viroqua, May 10th. Announcement To the voters of Vernon county: I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of district attorney, sub ject to the decision of the electors at the September primaries. H. P. Proctor, Jr. Viroqua, May 10th. Announcement Announcement is hereby made that I will be a candidate for renomination as a republican at the approaching pri mary for clerk of circuit court. Henry C. Gosling. Viroqua, May 11th. Announcement I hereby announce that I shall be candidate for renomination for the office of register of deeds, subject to the voters at the coming primaries. Am very thankful for past favors and if re-elected shall endeavor to give best service of which I am capable. Sincerely yours, T. O. More. Announcement . My candidacy is hereby announced for the Republican nomination for clerk of circuit court at the September pri mary. John Jacobson. Town of Coon, May 25. announcement To THE Pusuo: Tho county of Vernon now haa pending in the aupreme court a moat important case ajrainat the county of Monroe, another about to be appealed, and a third more than likely to be determined by the highest court In 1911. The first case Will de termine the liability for the support of an incura bly insane person for life and involves an amount of money equal to the district attorney's salary for many years. These cases have been won by me in the lower courts and I have pride enough to deeire to win them in the supreme court. The work incident to their preparation and trial de volves exclusively upor teas district attorney. I fully realize that the tblic does not owe me anything, and. upon the contrary, that I am great ly indebted to the people at large, but if it is de sired to have me finish the work as to these cases, thus well begun, I shall be pleased to serve you another term, and for such reasons announce my self a candidate for district attorney. Thanking you, 1 am. Very truly, J. Henry Bennett. Announcement I hereby announce that I will seek n-nomination as county clerk at the September primaries. Berlie Moore. Viroqua, May 11th. Announcement Am a candidate for the republican nomination for county clerk. Your support is respecifully solicited. Edward A. Schmidt. • Feel Solid and MLxWELL armed maM WITH MONEY THE BANK. (r V %Lr\ IT IS YOUR M i!t m ! BEST FRIEND ‘ and • 7 IT IS SA7E pi Ft IN THE BANK YOU CANNOT successfully fight the business battles of life without money. Gold makes the best armor for these business battles. Have you ever said to yourself: “If I only had $5,000 NOW.” Bank of Viroqua VIROQUA, - - WISCONSIN Capital and Surplus - $75,000.00 H. Lindemann, Pres. - - - Wm. F. Lindemann, Jr.,Cash. Announcement I hereby announce that I am a can didate for renomination as county trea surer. Henry Rentz. Town of Jefferson, May 18. Announcement I hereby announce that I will seek re-nomination as county surveyor at the September primary. E. J. Older. Jefferson town, May 26.