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Scott’s Emulsion and is on every bottle of i t sold in the world —which amounts to several millions yearly. W&y-Because it has made so many sickly children strong and well—given health and rosy cheeks to so many pale, anaemic girls and restored to health so many thousands in the first stages of Consumption. Send this advertisement, together with name of paper in which it appears, your address and four cents to cover Hostage, and we will send you a Complete Handy Atlas of the World.” SCOTT & BOWNE, 409 Pearl St., N.Y. Largest British Land Owner. An Australian cattle king, Sidney Kidman, is said to own more of the British empire than any other individ ual. He is the proprietor of 49,216 square miles of land and has 100,000 cattle and 10,000 horses. He is entire ly self-made. When 14 years old he was earning only $2.50 a week. Hexamethylentetrnmlne The above is the name of a German chemical, which is one of the valuble in gredients of Foley’s Kidney Remedy. Hexamentheylenetetramine is recogniz ed by medical text books and authorities as a uric acid solvent and antiseptic for the urine. Take Foley’s Kidney Rem edy as soon as you notice any irregulari ties, and avoid a serious malady.—W. G. Atwell. Aescp’s Fables. It appears to be the custom nowa- Javr; of certain and sundry self-pro nounced literary folk to deride Aesop's fables as childish. Let these -marties f ry to produce some as good. The difficulty of table writing is proved by the few' who have tried it, tn.l the still fewer who have suc ceed and. Seveu Years of Proof “I have had seven years of proof that Dr. King’s New Disbovery is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition of throat, chest or lungs,” says W. V. Hen ry of Panama, Mo. The world has had thirty-eight years of proof that Dr. King’s New Discovery is the best rem edy for coughs and colds, la grippe, asthma, hay fever, bronchitis, hemor ruage of the lungs, and the early stages of consumption. Its timely use always prevents the development of pheumonia. Sold under guarantee at W. G. Atwell drug store. 50c and SI.OO. Trial bottle free. .. Fish with Voices. The squirrel fish has acquired its name owing to the sound made by the fish when taken from the water, which resembles the bark of a squirrel. The sea horse, which is quite common along the Atlantic coast, emits a very faint clicking sound at intervals. —Sun- day Magazine. If you suffer from constipation and liver trouble, Foley’s Orino Laxative will cure you permanently by stimulating the digestive organs so they will act nat urally. Foley’s Orino Laxative does not gripe, is plaasant to take and you do not have to take laxatives continually after taking Orino. Why continue to be a slave of pills and tablets?—W. G. Atwell Real Meaning of “Aftermath.” “Aftermath” is a persistently ill used word. Early July is the time of the “math;” that is, the first mowing of the meadows. The short grass— with a sufficiency of rain—will grow again, and later will come the “second mow” or “aftermath.” How Is Your Digestion Mrs. Mary Dowling of No. 228 Bth Ave., San Francisco, recommends a rem edy for stomach trouble. She sa> “Gratitude for the wonderfui effect of Electric Bitters in case of acute indigt s tion prompts this testimonial. lam fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters is the best remedy on the market today.” This great tonic and alterative medicine in vigorates the system, purifies the blood and is especially helpful in all forms of female weakness. 50c at W. G. Atwell drug store. Probability. The theory of probability has for its object “the determination of the number of ways in which an event may happen or fail, in order that we may judge whether the chances of its happening or failing are the greater.” If You are Over Fifty Head This Most people past middle-age suffer from kidney and bladder disorders which Foley’s Kidney Remedy would cure. Stop the drain on the vitality and re store needed strength and vigor. Com mence taking Foley’s Kidney Remedy today.—W. G. Atwell. No Marks as Proofs. Even though a man claims his wife drove him to drink, there are never any marks on him to show that it was .necessary for her to use a whip. ropeka Slate Journal. Most Northern Canada. Of the possibilities of extreme north ern Canada a traveler writes: “The country that one passes through from Athabasca Landing down to the Arctic Red river is full of vegetation and will, in my opinion, one day be settled. In all the mission gardens at the different posts that I passed I saw wheat and barley growing, potatoes, lettuces, tur nips, carrots and every kind of vegeta ble that one grows in one’s own garden at home. The country is thickly tim bered near the banks of the river, and there are few places in which you do not find large patches of prairie. You pass by a great outrush of natural gas, and oil is oozing out for miles along the river bank.” ♦ Won Every Time. “Have you ever loved and lost?” sighed the swain. “Nope,” responded the maideD promptly. “I’ve won every breach of promise suit I ever brought.”—Cleve land Leader. Soda and Water. For sheer simplicity of phrase anu conception few T have surpassed that delightful old lady who, with a shrewd twinkle in her eye. Inquired whet he” “soda w r ater” should be written as two separa+e words or if there should be a siphon between them. The Wrong Heart. “Mr. Bubkins,” said the proud father, shaking the young man warmly by the hand, “let me tell you that you arc a man after my own heart.” “Oh. no, sir,” protested the blushing suitor; “I’m after your daughter’s!”- London Answers. DO IT NOW! Ldgerton People Should Not Walt Until It is Too Late. The appalling death-rate from kidney disease is due in most cases to the fact that the little kidney troubles are usual ly neglected until they become serious. The slight symptoms give place tochron ic disorders and the sufferer goes gradu ally into the grasp of diabetes, dropsy, Bright’s disease, gravel or some other serious form of kidney complaint. If you suffer from backache, head aches, dizzy spells; if the kidney secre tions are irregular of passage and un natural in appearance, do not delay. Help the kidneys at once. Doan’s Kidney Pills are especially for kidney disorders—they cure where oth ers fail. Over hundred thousaud peop'e have recommended them. Here’s a case at home: J. M. OgdeD, E. Fulton St., Edgerton, Wis., says, “I suffered from severe pains in the small of my back for more than a year, before I began using Doan’s Kid ney Pills. The pains would come on suddenly, last for hours, disappear and hot return again for weeks. I was also bothered by severe headaches, the paiDS beiDg confined to the top and back part of my head. My kidneys did not do their work properly, the secretions being unnatural in appearance and generally containing a sediment. Doan’s Kidney Pills were finally brought to my atten tion. I procured a box at W. G. Atwell’s drug store, and began their use. The results were so satisfactory that I con tinued with the remedy until cured. I have had no return of the trouble since and give Doan’s Kidney Pills the credit for effecting this change in my condi tion.” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York sole agents for the United States. Remember the name —Doan’s —and take no other. The Difficult Japanese Alphabet. Japanese is not an easy language even for the native-born subject of the mikado, but it is very difficult of ac quirement by the westerner. It takes a Japanese child seven years, it is said, to learn the essential parts of the Japanese alphabet. Here’s Relief For Women. If you have pain in the back, Uniary, Bladder or Kidney trouble and want a certain pleasant herb cure for woman’s ill’s, try Mother Gray’s Australian Leaf. It is a safe and never-failing monthly regulator. At druggists or by mail 50 cents. Sample package FREE. Address the Mother Gray Cos Leßoy, N. Y. Little. Whalebone Now Taken. The amount of whalebone taken an nually does not now much exceed 25,- 000 pounds. The largest part of this is taken by the whales sailing out of ports on the Pacific coast. A few years ago the amount taken was as much as 500,000 pounds annually. Raw Lungs When the lungs are sore and inflamed, the germs of pueumonia and consump tion find lodgment and multiply. Fole>’s Honey and Tar kills the cough germs, cures the most obstinate racking cough, heals the lungs, and prevents serious re sults. The genuine is in the yellow package.—W. G. Atwell. + Traveling Men, Attention! When you are through reading this rro'er on the train, throw it out to the f.rst gang of section men you pass so ; hey can read it and enjoy it. They will appreciate it. Watched Fifteeu Y'ears “For fifteen years I have watched the working of Bucklen’s Arnica Salve; and it has never failed to cure any sore, boil, ulcer or burn to which it was applied. It has saved many a doctor bill,” says A. F. Hardy, of East Wilton, Maine. 25c at W. G. Atwell drug store. CASTOR 1A For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the SI? Signature of NEWS OF THE STATE Happenings in Wisconsin Which Are of Interest to Our Own People. OBORN TRIAL IS* SENSATIONAL Defense Closely Follows That of Thaw in New York. Dr. Walter Kempster, as Insanity Ex pert, Swears Oborn Is Insane — Hypothetical Question of 2,100 Words. Marinette, Wis., Nov. 16. —The case of Dell Oborn on trial on a charge of murder, is the most sensational of its kind ever developed in Marinette coun ty and closely follows the lines of the Thaw case. Oborn is charged with the murder of a man by the name of Tobolz who it is alleged had had criminal relations with the wife of the defendant. The defense has endeavored to show that the defendant was Insane at the time of the murder because of these al leged relations, superinduced by cere bral epilepsy and that insanity has run in his family for years back. Several medical experts were put on the stand to prove this point. Mrs. Oborn who was placed on the stand gave testi mony damaging to the defendant and averred that her husband was sane at the time of the murder. The climax in the trial was reached when Dr. Kempster, -of Milwaukee, testifying for the defense, in answer to a hypothetical question of 2,100 words, declared that the defendant was insane when he shot Tobolz, In sane now and further that be ought now to be confined in an asylum for treatment. The reading of the question came after Dr. Kempster had testified for some time in regard to insanity and especially epilepsy and the resuit of his examination of Oborn. The ques tion was read by Attorney Grady and took fifteen minutes in its reading. It covered six typewritten pages of legal cap and recited practically the entire case of the defense on the insanity question. District Attorney Miller objected on the ground that the question assumed many things which had not been prov en in tlie case in any direct testimony, especially that part relating to the al leged intimacy of Tobolz and Oborn’s wife. The court overruled the objec tion on the ground that the defense had a right to assume all the things which they felt had been a part of their case as shown by the testimony. After being out ten hours the jury found Oborn sane. He will now be tried for murder. There is no evidence in the case of the relations of Tobolz and Mrs. Oborn, except the testimony of Mrs. Davies, a sister of Oborn, who testi fied that Oborn had told her of those alleged relations. MAY HOLD STATE FAIR LATER lowa and Minnesota Indicate Desire to Have Dates Changed—Wiscon sin May Follow'. Madison. Wis., Nov. 16.—The Wis consin state fair may be held during the second, instead of the first week of September next year. Secretary John M. True, of the Wisconsin state board of agriculture has received in formation from the secretaries of the lowa and Minnesota state fair associa tions. indicating that they will prob ably desire to hold their fairs one week later than this year. lowa usually holds its fair the week before Minne sota and Minnesota a week before Wisconsin. The matter will be discussed at the annual meeting of the American As sociation of Fairs and Expositions to be held at the Auditorium Hotel in Chicago Dec. 3. Secretary True is a member of the committee on arrange ment of fair dates. Unless lowa and Minnesota insist on a change, the next Wisconsin fair will be held from Sept. 6 to 10. If the tw'o states secure a change the dates will be Sept. 13 to 17. The Wisconsin state board of ag riculture has elected the following to represent it at the Chicago meeting: President George McKerrow, o,f Po waukee; C. L. Hill, of Rosendale; George Wylie, Morrisonville: L. E. Scott, Stanley, and O. F. Roessler of Jefferson. Michigan Game Wardens Missing. Whitehall, Mich., Nov. 17. —Michi- gan’s war on illegal fishing may have resulted in the death of Deputy State Game Warden Julius Salmonson. his brother. Martin Salmonson, and Deputy Sheriff J. C. Hazletine. The men have been missing since they went out in search of nets in White lake. The coat and pipe of Julius Sal monson, the cap of Hazletine, and the false bottom of their boat have been found. Threats had been made against the state officers, who*had interfered with the trade of the illegal fisher men. Dowager Empress of China Dead, Pekin, Nov. 17. —The Dowager Em press of China died within twenty four hours of the announcement of the death of the emperor. The new em peror has been given the throne and Prince Chun has assumed bis duties as regent. Court mouring for three years has been proclaimed. COMMISSION IS SUED BY CITY Superior Claims Telephone Order Cut ting Off Free Service Violates Contract Obligations. v Madison, Wis., Nov. IT. —An inter esting legal point has teen raised by the city of Superior in a suit against the railroad commission resulting from the commission's order that the Dou glas County Telephone company cease to supply telephone service free charge to the city officers. The city granted the company a franchise, among the conditions of which was an obligation on the part of the company to furnish the city tele phone service free of charge. The railroad commission has held that free service is contrary to the public utili ties law, and the city makes the claim that the franchise constituted a valid contract which the new statute would impair if enforced; This the city claims would be unconstitutional, and an injunction is sought restraining the commission from enforcing its order. Cutter Carries Prisoners in Irons. Manitowoc, Wis., Nov. 14.—When the revenue cutter Tuscarora cleared from this port for Superior it took along twelve prisoners, all in irons and double irons. The men all are deserters and have been picked up here and there on the cutter’s cruise, to be court-martialed soon. Two of the manacled prisoners escaped from the boat only to be retaken after a hunt of two days. Some of the al leged desertions were committed as long as two years ago. Wardens Seize Deer Hound. Rhinelander, Wis., Nov. 14.—Game Wardens Martin Berg, of Rhinelander, and Michael Kliest, of Kenosha, made the first capture of the season, seizing the banner deer hound of Vilas and Oneida counties belonging to Paul Reliant, a trapper on Muskalonge lake, in Vilas county. The wardens saw the dog running deer and traced it to Reliant’s shack. The dog has been shipped to Kenosha. Three Hurt When Scaffold Fails. Manawa, Wis., Nov. 14. —By the giv ing way of a scaffolding on anew building three workmen were hurled fifteen feet to the ground and serious ly hurt. Ernest Frank sustained a fractured skull and other injuries and will probably die. Edward and Frank Prill were badly hurt, o-ne suffering from a broken shoulder and the other a fractured leg. His back was also injured. Custer Heroes To Be Honored. LaCrosse, Wis., Nov. 13.—A train containing the bodies of seventy-four soldiers kille.: in the Custer battle in Big Horn valley passed through Grand Crossing. The bodies were exhumed recently and are now on the way to the National cemetery' at Gettysburg, where another burial will take place. Seventy-four tombstones from the Cus ter battlefield graves accompanied the bodies. Seeks SIOO,OOO Damages. Kenosha, Wis., Nova 17. — Walter M. Cowell has instituted suit against the Chicago City Railway company of Chi cago for SIOO,OOO damages. Cowell, who is a wealthy attorney and real es tate man, was thrown under the wheels of a street car and his legs were so badly crushed as to make necessary amputation of the right leg just below the knee. Wisconsin Postmaster Dead. Nashotah, Wis., Nov. 17. —Henry T Brinker, postmaster of this place for the last ten years, and one of the best known men in this vicinity, is dead. His death was comparatively unex pected. as he was ill but three days. Case Against Labor Leaders. Washington, Nov. 17. —After several postponements arguments were begun in equity court No. 2 of the district supreme court in the contempt pro ceedings against Samuel Gompers, Frank Morrison and John Mitchell of the American Federation of Labor, brought by Bucks Stove and Range company. It is alleged in the petition that the defendants violated the or der of the court enjoining them from interfering ip any way with the busi ness of tlie company through boycotts or the publication of their names in a “We Don’t Patronize” list. Wife Says She’ll Stop Wedding. New York, Nov. 17. —Mrs. Baker E. Edwards has left for Asheville, N. C, declaring that she will prevent the marriage of her husband to Mrs. Sophie Eastman. This new complica tion in the Edwards-Eastman affair has caused a sensation. Edwards, ac cording to friends in this city, claims to have been divorced from his wife a month ago, and to have the right to marry again at any time after Nov. 16. The wife says she has no knowl edge of any r divorce proceedings, and she believes her union with Edwards as binding as ever. Tragedy Postpones Conference. Berlin, Nov. 17. —Because of the tragic death of General Count Huel sen-Haeseler, chief of the German military cabinet, the emperor has tele graphed Chancellor von Buelow that the audience arranged to take place at Kiel aboard the battleship Deutsch land must be deferred. Count Huel sen-Haeseler was laughing and talk ing after dinner at Donaueschingen, when he suddenly fell, stricken with apoplexy, in the emperor’s presence, and died almost immediately. CASTOR IA The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 30 years* has borne the signature of— and has been made under his per- sonal supervision since its infancy. All Counterfeits, Imitations and “ Just-as-good’’ are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment* What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep* The Children’s Panacea —The Mother’s Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS sj Bears the Signature of The Kind You Hare Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years. TMC CENTAUR COMPANY. TT MURRAY STREET. NEW YORK CITY. New Arrivals! 39 samples cloth and velour suits and 64 sample coats from “The Wooltex" and “Prince Wolf Cos." Shirt Waist Samples! The above are all at a saving of one-third. A large percentage are in misses and junior sizes. When in Janesville come and see them. ARCHIE RE10&CO JaneSYille ’ A%MRQiNQMia¥ Wisconsin. REAL ESTATE SECURITY! Every man and woman who reads this advertisement knows that there i.s no better security than real estate —that land is something real, substantial and permanent. Do you know that this real estate security enters into the soundness of this big financial institution? The SIOO,OOO Guaranty Fund which the law requires us to maintain with the State Treasurer for the protection of our depositors is made up of Cash and A INo. 1 Real Estate Mortgages? As to the matter of investments, we can make no loans unless they are secured either — By mortgages on property otherwise unincumbered and worth twice the sum to be loaned; or By high grade collateral like railroad bonds, which are in turn secured by mortgages on the real estate and equipment of the road. This is merely one illustration of many showing how carefully the interests of the customers and depositors of this $1,200,000 insti tution are safeguarded. The fact that you do not live in Madison need not prevent your doing business with us. All the advantages of this strong compauy are brought right to your door by the United States mail. Send today for the interesting free book, “The Reasonableness of Depositing by Mail,” which tells you how your money can safe ly earn 4 per cent and always be available for your use. CENTRAL WISCONSIN TRUST CO. MADISON, WIS. WM. F. VILAS, Pres. MAGNUS SWENSON, Ist Vice Pres. L. M. HANKS, Sec. JOHN BARNES, 2d Vice Ares. JOSEPH M. BOYD, Treas Prudery. Prudery is the senatorial courtesy -v’es. —Newark News. • KILL the COUCH and CURE THE LUNGS w<th Dr. King’s New Discovery FOB csss?* .sffis. AND ALL THROAT AMP LUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OR MONET REFUNDED. Patents Anyone sending a sketch and description may quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an invention is probably patentable. Communica tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK onPatento sent free. Oldest agency for securingrpatents. Patents taken through Munn & Cos. receive special notice, without charge. In the Scientific American. A handsomely Illustrated weekly. Largest Cir culation of any scientific Journal. 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