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Gives nicer, better food than baker’s. I fm , There is no baking powder like it |F for hot biscuit, hot breads and cake. Made from Pure Grape Cream of Tartar, The sound Sleep of Cood Health Can not be over estimated and any ailmenr that prevents it is a menace to health. J. L Southers. Eau Claire, Wis., says: “I have bten unable tc sleep soundly nights, because of pains across my back and soreness of my kid neys, and my general condition was much run down. I have been taking Foley Kidney Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rock. I know that Foley Kidney Pills have cured me.’' A. J. Johnson Somehow we always envy the man who looks comfortable in a flannel shirt. Do not try the , stance of the good wife by giving her green wood to burn. TTOU-HS Yours lor uni- formiiy. 1 Yours for great- 1 e?t leavening 1 power. 1 Yours for never I failing results. I Yours for purity. 1 (I Yours for economy. 1 I Yours for every- 1 I thing that goes to 1 I make up a strictly 1 I high grade, ever- 1 I dependable baking * [ powder. 1 That is Cxilumet. Try 1 it once and njM the irn- 1 provement in your bak- 1 ing. See how rnuih mors ■ economical over the biah- 1 priced trust brands, h vv B much better than the c.,eap 1 and big-can kinds. 1 Calumet is highest in quality 1 —moderate in co:t. B Received Highest Award— I World’s Pure Food Exposition. Jg. FULLER & JOHNSON TOBACCO PLANTERS A. H. DAHL ®> CO., Westby Write for Catalogue and Prices 1911 Wall Paper There are two things for the purchaser to consider in buying WALL PAPER: First, the quality and style: Sec ond, the price. We can save you money in both instances. We are now exhibiting the largest and most complete assortment of the latest and nicest patterns at prices rang ing from 3|c to 20c per single roll. Our sc, Tic, 10c ane 12|c lines are simply marvelous. There is a pleasant surprise in store for you when you call to look through our line. DAHL’S DRUG STORE C. F. DAHL, Druggist mm I3DNIY PILLS I for backache, rheumatism, kidney or bladder trouble, and urinary irregularities. Foley's Kidney Pills purify the blood, restore lost vitality and vigor. Refuse substitute* For sals I vj A. J. Johnson, Vlro qua, Wit.., Make This Test How to Tell If Your Hair is Diseased. Even if you have a luxuriant bead of 1 hair you may want to know whether it j is in a healthy condition or not. 95% I of the people heed a hair tonic. Full a hair out of your head; if the; i bulb at the end of the root is white aid shrunken, it proves that the hair is ! i iliseased, and requires prompt treat- ; m nt if its loss would be avoided. If ! t e b ilb is pink and full, the hair is ; | healthy. We want every one whose hair re- 1 quires treatment to try Rexall ‘ 93” ! Hair Tonic. We promise that it shall not cost anything if it docs not give satisfactory results. It is designed to j overcon e dandruff, relieve scalp irri- j | tation, to stimulate the hair roots. ; j tighten the hair already in the head, ' grow hair and cure baldness, j It is because of what Rexall ”93” | Hair Tonic has done and our sincere j faith in its goodness that we want you jty try it at our risk. Two sizes, 50c. ; and $1 00. Sold only at our store—The ; Rexall Store. A. J. Johnson, Druggist. ISaved His Mothers life “Four doctors had given me up,” writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, La , ” and my children and all my ! friends were looking for me to die, when my son insisted that l use Electric Bitters. I did so, and they have done ;me a world of good. I will always j praise them.” Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing to women troubled with fainting and dizzy spells, back ache, weakness, debility, constipation or kidney disorders. LDe them and j gain new health, strength and vigor. J ThP'y’re guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. Only 50c at A. J. Johnson’s. ! WHY SO WEAK Kidney Troubles May be Sapping Your Life Away. Viroqua People Have Learned This Fact When a healthy man or woman be gins to run down without apparent cau-e, becomes weak, languid, de pressed, suffers backache, headache, dizzy spells and urinary disorders, look to the kidneys for the eau-,e of it all. Keep the kidneys well and they will .. ,ep you well. Doan’s Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys and keep them well. Here is Viroqua testimony to prove it. Mrs. Martha Mason, of Viroqua, Wis , j says: “I suffered from a dull, nagging i backache and I also had sharp pains ; through my loins. I always felt tired and languid and I was subject to dizzy spells, during which it was hard for me to attend to my work. Doan’■ Kidney Pills which I procured at Johnson's Drug Store, did me a world of good. They relieved my aches and pains, re stored my strength and energy and corrected all the other troubles caused by my kidneys. I gave a public ac count of my experience in 1907 and at this time I take pleasure in verifying that statement ” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the L nited States. Remember the nue-Doan*s and take no other. Kicked By a Mad Horse Samue' Birch, of Beetown, Wis., had a most narrow escape from losing his leg, as no doctor could heal the fright ful sore that, developed, but at last Bucklen’s Arnica. Salve cured it com pletely. Its the greatest healer of ul cers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, cuts, corns, cold-sores, bruises and piles on earth. Try it 25'. at A J. Johnson’s. The fastest flying machine is gossip. One Conductor Helped Back to Work Mr. Wilford Adams is his name, and he writes: ”1 was confined to my bed with chronic rheumatism ard used two bottles of Foley’s Kidney Remedy with good effect, and the third bottle put me on my feet.” It clears the blood o£ uric acid. A. J. Johnson. Scott’s Emulsion is the original —has been the standard for thi rty-fi ve years. There are thousands of ;-o-called “just as good” Emulsions, but they are not —they are simply imi tations which are never as good as the original. They are like thin milk — SCOTT’S is thick like a heavy cream. If you want it thin, do it yourself —with water — but dont buy it thin. FOB SALE BY ALL DUUGGIBT9 fiend 10c., name of paper and thin ad. for our beautiful Saving* Bank and Child’ll Sketch-Book. Each bank contain* a Good Luck P' uny. SCOTT & BOWNE. 409 Pearl St, New York , Date Muffins A New Way of L’sing Dates Fy Mrs. Janet McKenzie llill , Editor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine The value of dates as a food is hardly appreciated. They are wholesome, nutritious, and when used in K C Date Muffins, rr.a’.t a recipe that is ap preciated by the entire family. K C Date Muffins One-third cup butter; V cup sugar; l egg; cup milk; 2 cups flour; 3 level teaspoonfuls K C Faking Powder; % teaspoonful salt; scant % pound dates. Cream the butter, add the sugar and the egg, beaten light. Sift together three times, the flour, baking powder and salt; add these to the first mixture, alternately with the milk; beat thoroughly and add the dates, stoned and cut in pieces. To bake, have a slow oven until the muffins double in bulk, then increase heat to bake and brown quickly. Muffins baked this way will be light, appetizing and more easily digested. This is only one of the many appetiz ing recipes found in the K C Cook's Book. The wonderful K C Cook’s Book is substantially bound and printed in nine colors, contains ninety tested and easily made recipes by Mrs. Janet McKenzie Hill, of the v-orld famous Boston Cook ing School Magazine. You can secure a copy FREE by send ing the colored certificate packed in 25- cent cans of K C Baking Powder to “the Jaque-, Mfg Cos., Chicago. Be sure to write name and address plainly. 30 Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else tills. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the sup. erne remedy, as thousands have testified. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. RURAL NEWS JOTTINGS Contributed by the Censor’s Live Correspondents JEFFERSON. North Springvili t April 17—Miss Nellie Graham and H.,zel Mills visited | at Arie Favor’s Thursdav evening Miss Edna Groves vis,ted" at home Sat urday and Sunday. Her father drove with her to her schw Sunday after noon ...Will Harris visited his sisters, Mrs. F. A. Reed and Miss Harris Sat urday. Will is going west next Tues day Mr. ano Mrs. C. V. Gorman passed through our burg enroute to Chaseburg... Willie Scholas met with accident Sunday morning. When out driving his team became frightened at a dog and ran away, throwing the un fortunate boy inioa wire fence, hurting him badly. He was immediatelv taken to Westby to adoctor Mr. Alden and Miss Doerr drove through here Sunday. Leva and Theodore Thompson spent Wednesday evening at H. L. Reed's. Arie Favor and family were out driving Sunday Claude Gorman and wife spent Easter at T. K Gronning's. Mrs. J. E. Reed of Montana, who has been visiting relatives here, will leave in a few days for her home Mrs. 1. N. Groves went to see her sis ter, Mrs. Dixon of Bloomingdaie, Sun day ... Casper Hooverson came home from Minnesota, where he had employ ment for the summer . .Miss Anna Hooverson has been staying with Miss Anna Gronnnig for a few days... .Louis Skrede has been troubled with his back. ... .Teacher and puuils have been pre paring for the examinations this week. ...Mrs. Albert Peterson visited her daughter, Mrs. Jos. Christianson one day the past week.... Mrs. F. A. Reed anil Miss Lillian Harris Sundayed at the hi m' of their father, Elias Harris.. . C. W. White called on some of the neighb s'unta.. afternoon.... Mrs. C. W. White called on her sister, Mrs. H. L. Reed, who hes been sick The teacher and pupils were all remembered with fine Easter postals from the Dan ielson children, who n eently moved out of our district Emma Peterson visit ed school Friday. Robin. Springvillk, April 17-Mrs. Will Mills had Mrs. Ruth Derr sewing for her the past week... Mrs C. A. Gia ham is visiting relatives at Rockton... J. M. Bennett of Bennett’s Corners was in the village .. .George Tomkins came down from Viroqua to spend Easter with his former playmate, Roland Older. . Mrs Ada Abbott came from La Crosse and was the guest of relatives here the past week....E. J. Older was at Coon Valley on the 10th ...Oscar Peterson was a Cashton visitor Mi s Hannah Hanson of Viroqua was the guest of her sister. Mrs. Blaine Wheeler Florence Reed was the guest of Leva Thompson on the 11th... Joe Olson has moved onto the Ole Hagen place near the Mills j school house .Luther Rumsev and Claud Gorman made a trip to Chase- ; burg Oscar Peterson has moved to ] the Mark Hanson farm in town of Web- j stei Denver and Mrs. McDonald i came down from Viroqua and spent ■ Easter herewith his mother... Bert j Leonard has been helpi; g Virgil Buchan j an put in his crop. Leva Thompson] returned to her duties :,t 'he La Crosse normal.... Hans C. Olson now occupies ] the A. J. Favor farm, formerly the B. O. Dahl farm... Mr. and Mrs Andrew ilovland, Mr and Mrs. Walter Gilman ] and Rhoda Lieurance were here from Viroqua the guests of relatives on Easter Sunday.... Mr and John Sidie and son Stanley came down from Viro qua for a short vi-it with relatives Easter Sunday... .Mrs. 11 M. Hanson of Mills Ridge was the guest of h r daughter, Mrs. Blaine Wheeler, on Easter Sunday ... Mrs. T. M. Buchanan visited her daughter, Mrs. Joe Olson on Mills Ridge..Mr. aid Martin Anderson were down from Viroqua on Easter Sunday. J. STERLING Retreat, April 17 - Again we have been called to mourn. This time the lc's of one of the strongest, sweetest ai '• most faithful Christians characters, Grandma Battles, lighty years old, a pioneer resident, and w ith her departed husband a founder of the first Metho dist church in Lansing, also in Lansing county, lowa. She was on last Friday laid in our cemetery beside her last daughter Elia. Rev. Luke delivered h fitting eulogy on her life, ana we each felt that we had been blessed, to have had so noble a person among us. Two nephews came from New Albon, to pay the last honors, the Messrs. Fravis, also E. B. Hyde and J. W. Thayer and wife of Viroqua The casket was beau tifully decorated with flowers supplied by loving friends and relatives. We regret that Rev. Luke has been bitten by a dog, which wound wag treated by Dr. Evart. and we hope he will recover from its effects. . Rev. James delivered one of the most profound, sublime and practical Easter sermons last evening that we ever heard . Mrs. Abbie Green is recovering from her illness... .Toleph Brudos’ children have been having the measles.... M rs. Gomoline mourns the loss of her only daughter, Mary Rhine hart Phillips, who was married only a few months ago and made her home at Red Mound. Dropsy was the cause of For Aged People Old Folks Should be Careful in Their Selection of Reg ulative Medicine We have a safe, d-pendable and al together ideal remedy that is particu larly adapted to the requirements of aged people and persons of weak cor etitution who suffer from constipations or other bowel disorders. We are so certain that it will relieve these com plaints and give ai>-olute satisfaction in every particular that we offer it with our personal guarantee that it shall cost the user nothing if it fails to substan tiate our claims. This remedy is called Rexall Orderlies. Rexall Orderlies have a soothiog, healing, strenthenir.g, tonic and regu lative action upon trie bowels. They remove all irritation, dryness, soreness and weakness. They restore the bowels and associate organ? to more vigorous and healthy activity. They are eaten like candy, may be taken at any time without inconvenience, do ‘not cause any rriping, nau • diarreoea, exces sive looseness, flat' nee or other dis agreeable effect, i'rice 25c. ai d Ken Sold only at our tore—The Rexall Store. A. J. John o, Druggist. A lie travels by a* r plane, while truth trudges along with lagging step, and yet it finally arrive-. never Out of work The busiest little things ever made are Dr. King’s New Life Fills. Every pill i* a sugar-coated globule of health that changes weakness into strength, languor into energy, brain-fag into mental power; curing Constipation, Headache, Chills, Dyspepsia, Malaria. Only 25c at A. J. Jonnoon'a. her early demise. She was lovingly laid to rest in the presence of friends and relatives last Thursday in Retreat cemetery. We sympathize with the mother and young husband in their be reavement.... Robert Hayden just re covered from small pox. He is in South Dakota. Ole Johnson has purchased alarm near Victory The removal of those large trees in our cemetery, im proves its looks Mrs. Foster of Vi roqua a few days ago, was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Melvin Steenberg. Good Will. WHEATLAND. Central, April 17— Mrs. C. H. Wake field has just recovered fiom the meas les and it is quite likely Charley will be a “measly fellow”... Tuesday of last week Tom Foster returned to his home in Canada. Louis Axlen accom panied him as far as Minneapolis Our Sunday school was reorganized ano expects to have supplies on hand for the first Sunday in May .. .The aid so ciety sewed carnet rags for Mrs. Percy Fowler. Wednesday of last week Audrey ilaverlev and Lona Wolfe spent Easter at home. Audrey was accom panied by a school 'friend Delbert Neely is improving his lot by grading it up and fencing it On April 11th Mrs. Elmer Phillips died after a linger ing illness from a complication of dis eases. The funeral occurred at our church and was largely attended, and cas followed by burial nt Retreat ceme ' tety. . .The aid society will meet with i Mrs. L. O. Cole on .May 3... .Charley , Wakefield's team broke loose while he i was in the store and ran, overturning i the buggy and ran into L. O. Cole’s ] yard, where they were stopped with j but little damage to the rig. Good Will’s Successor. CLINTON. Sugar Grove, April 15—Everybody is busy getting ready to seed... .Chas. Adams had a sale Wednesday A good many from our ridge attended the sale at Seward Calhoun's on Weister Creek Tuesday Emmett Hall and family have moved on Will Adams' farm. Adam Mossholder visited his mother, Mrs. Sam McDaniel, yesterday. . Mrs. Milt Welch and Mrs. Marion Allen of Salem Ridge attended the sale at Chas. Adams’ Mr. and Mrs. Willie Calhoun spent Easter at Silas Calhoun’s. Flossie Mossholder and Blanche Clark visited at Emmett Hall’s Wed nesday night . Alfred Appleman and famil. vere at John Hall's yesterday. ... .Ca. rie Calhoun and Mable Peterson attended the surprise party for Anna Myers on Lower Weister Wednesday evening. .. .Blanche Clark visited Nima Donovan and Mamie Van Duzee..Golda Maxwell visited Zola Appleman Sunday. . Mrs. Frank Dewitt was with Mrs. Shell McDaniel one day last week ... School begins today aftbr three weeks vacation... .Jesse Perkins and family were guests at Walter Hugh's for Easter.... Blanche Clark and Charlie Richardson visited at Willie Calhoun’s last Saturday evening. A good many from our ridg” attended Easter services at Dell last night ... Mrs. Dollie Harm*., came Saturday from Wyoming to visit her father, David Calhoun. She will make her future home at Tunnel City. Carrie Calhoun visited at Elias Stokes’ Wednesday Mrs. Deranda Clark has been staying with her son Link Clark for the past week.... Mrs. John Appleman is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Win. Donovan... .Jennie Hughes worked at Chas. Adams’ a few days, helping to get ready for the sale. Mrs. Rome Perkins visited Mrs. Link Clark Tuesday. SPRING GENOA. Romance, April 17— Ben and Matt ! Pederson hive been hauling hay from Albert Adams’.... Mrs. A. Adams and ] Mr. and Mrs. Shui Suiter attended the j L A. S. at Frank Knowers’, Wednes ! day last... Mias Violet Fox is working ! for L. Schoenberger on West Prairie. | Mr. and Mrs. John Shesler are nicely S settled in their new home .Clarence I Shesler is running a butcher shop in I Genoa .. .Thus. Tollookson drove to Viroqua on Friday returning Saturday. ' Percy Powell drove to Chaseburg one i day re-ently... Celestra Shesler has | been staying with her brother John and : family Allen Woodhouse has been very ill, but is slowly recovering, Mrs. j Thos Tollockson spent one day with Mrs. Chas. Prindle . Miss Oriell Ad : ami is home on a vacation from her j school duties Miss Goldie Powell has been very ill with measles ..Al bert Adams and Percy Powell spent Sunday on Chaseburg ridge Chas. Shumway spent part of last week in LaCrosse . Earnest Wolfe, who has been doctoring in Prairie du Chien for rheumatism, haa returned home.. Miss Mary Suiter and Mrs. A. O. Hanaon spent several days with Allen Wood house .. Theodore Tollackson and sis ter Ella, spent ore Sunday recently with their brother 1 nomas..Thomas Suiter has purchased a farm in the valley The L. A. S. meets with Mrs. John Hallenbeck Wednesday, April 26. Goon Luck. CONSERVATION The conservation of our nat ural resources Is clearly neces sary for our welfare ns a nation now and hereafter Conserva tion Implies bo!h the develop ment and the protection of re sources, the one as much as the other. The Idea whi< b underlies it is in harmony with the true spirit of this nation. It express es a deep seated national con viction, latent until it came, that we bat e inherited from our fore fathers both an opportunity for ourselves and a duty to those who come after us Conserva tion demands the use of com mon prudence and common fore sight in dealing with that upon which our present and future welfare depends The essence of conservation is the applica tion of common sense to the common problems for the com mon good.—Gifford rinebot These Thing* Are For You! In Taylor county. Wisconsin, farms and farmland for sale or trade; cash ot easy terms. Land wonderfully pro ductive, good climate, good roads, good schools, good soil. Price pi. 00 an acre and up. Investigate this proposition. It is a real opportunity, especially for the man of moderate means who wants a home of his own. Drop us a postal or ’phone; we will send you interesting literature. Round trip rate 110. This is re funded to buyers. VIG & Sol verson, Viroqtia. DO YOU RAISE \ CHICK W— W£fJ CIUCO r or are they being killed by Rats, Storms, Mites, etc? Anyway, we want you to knnw about the All Metal Sanitary Brood Coop Automatic Drinking Fountains 25 cents \ PHONE 107 A HOUSE FREE, WHY work for wages all your life? (Jive your children a better chance than you had. Make your rent payments buy a home. (Jet one-hundred cents out of every dollar you earn. Don’t divide with employer or landlord. We will sell you 80 acres of highly productive, well located, cut over, hardwood timber land, near to railroad and town, in TAYLOR COUNTY, WIS CONSIN,“The Grassland of America,’’for ssodown and $lO a month. Price of land S2O per acre. And when you have paid in S4OO, we will build you a house FIIEEon your land Ask us for particulars regarding this offer. It is an exceptional opportunity—don’t let it slip by— ACT TODAY. Call, write or phone. Take the first step towards INDEPENDENCE. $lO round trip rate —all expenses. This is refunded to buyers. JWe have also 50 IMPROVED Taylor County farms for sale. Vig & Solverson, Viroqua AFinishWrestlingMatch The OPERA HOUSE yo- >■ " r ‘T?T"r T ‘ - % „ IT*' f- JeffTAw*." ’ 5 ■, i *-V * ' >-*<y % I V‘ Sf fm "4 ■* -•>.. pHof ■■ - , Ff 1,-a | ” ji Between YOUNG SAMPSON of La Crosse, and MATSU DA, Jap wonder. ADMISSION 50 GENTS THURSDAY,MARCH 20 Housework Drudgery Housework is drudgery lor the weak woman. She brush es, dusts and scrubs, or is on her feet all day attending te the many details of the household, her back aching, her temples throbbing, nerves quivering under the stress ot pain, possibly dizzy feelings. Sometimes rest in bed is not refreshing, because the poor t : red nerves do not per mit of refreshing sleep. The real need of weak, nervous women is satisfied by Dr. Pierce’s Favorite Prescription. it Makes Weak Women Strong ick Women Well. ia '•Prescription" remor a the cause women’s weaknesses, h.-als inflam• •i atiun and ulceration, and cures those weaknesses so peculiar to women. It trantiiillizcs the nerves. er. courages the appetite and induces restful sleep. Dr. Pierce is perfectly willing to let every one know what his “ Favorite Prescription” contains, a complete list ol ingredients on the bottle-wrapper. Do not let any unscrup ulous druggist persuade you that his substitute of unknown composition is "just as good" in order that he may make a bigger profit. Just smile and shake your head ! Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets cures liver ilis