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Comfort for your Horses and Cattle means health and healthy stock
is resultful. If your stock is not comfortable they are not at their best. For real comfort from flies, insects and vermin treat them with Willson’s FLY-OLO. Annoying insects will not go where it is used and the torments of the creeping, crawling, flying pests will be gone. FLY-OLO is easily and quickly applied, costs but little but big in re sults. Use it now. Sold by Stappenbeck’s Pharmacy WILLSON BLOCK CORRESPONDENCE Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter Edgerton, - Wisconsin. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912. Deerfield T. G. Thompson arrived here on Fri day of last week from his trip to Nor way, having sailed there in May. A balloon was seen by a number of our town people passing over the vil lage at about 10 o’clock Sunday morn ing. Klein Bros, sold their stock of hard ware to N. J. Berge on Saturday of last week. Mr. Berge will move the stock into the building he is now in. Editor and Mrs. N. Holman left on Thursday evening of last week for Minneapolis, Minn. The former also transacted business in St. Paul, return ing home Wednesday morning. Mrs. John Ollis of Madison came down Monday to spend the day at the Ben Auby home. Mrs. Auby, who was operated on for tuberculosis about six weeks ago, is gradually failing in strength. Atty. Wm. Nelson of this village put his petitions for nomination for mem ber of the assembly into circulation first of the week. Mr. Nelson was can didate two years ago and made a cred ible: showing considering the political conditions. Mr. Nelson runs wholly in dependent of any political machine or political bosses. If nominated and elected he will not be in the legislature as a representative of a political ma chine but of the people. Milton and Miltou Junction During the week most of the gas patrons have had their meters nut in and are now using gas from the new plant. F. H. Campbell of Milton has been employed by Mr. Eller as manager of the plant. D. B. Coon is having his residence on College street thoroughly remodeled and when complete will be equipped with electric lights, furnace and bath. W. H. Whittet is in charge of the work. The Lowell Cos. has disposed of the Henderson general store to Edward Einerson of Edgerton, and the latter took possession Saturday. Mr. Einer son is no novice, having been in the business both at Browntown and Ed ton. Mary F. Maxson was born November 14, 1822, at Rome, Oneida county, N. Y., and died at Milton Junction, Wis., July 26, 1912, lacking not quite four months of being ninety years of age. Her parents were Silas Holcomb and Freelove Remington Holcomb. She was married Sept. 29, 1846, that is 66 years ago, to Sylvanus C. Maxson. Soon after their marriage they removed to Allegany county, N. Y., where they lived for eight years, removing in 1854 to Milton, Wis. Their first home in this new country was on a farm two miles east of Milton at what is known as Vickerman’s Corners. Here for the second time they cleared anew farm and founded a home. Cambridfie Cambridge will have a two days’ Harvest Festival, August 28 and 29, and it is expected will be the best event of the kind yet undertaken. Married, July 23, at the home of N. J. Blanchard, of Dickinson, N. D., at 4:30 p. m., Miss Ida O. Wahl of Cam bridge to Mr. Clarence E. Strong of Belfield, the Rev. Augustus C. Hacke officiating. Sunday morning people in Cambridge and vicinity got a good view of one of the big gas ballons of the National Elimination Balloon race which started from Kansas City Saturday afternoon. The balloon was so low that the occu pants held communication with several residents in the neighborhood of Geo. Holverson’s and Utica. It passed al most over over village and is supposed to have been the “Drifter” represent ing the Cincinnati Aero Club, ft landed near New Berlin, Wis., covering 425 miles. ' —S. A. Granzow will deliver Spring Brook dairy milk and cream to any part of the city, 18 quarts for SI.OO. Leave orders with Ratzlaff Bros. —Anyone desiring a good 40, 60, 80 or 120 acre farm in Rock or Dane coun ties would do well to call on E. M. Ladd, Edgerton. 24tf For Sale A safe, free driving mare, nearly new top buggy and good harness for sale cheap. Must be sold at once. Inquire at this office. 28? Stoughton Alderman Hans Peterson, who was instrumental in getting permission to put on a street carnival in this city, is having some trouble in getting a desir able troupe. Miss Minnie Gunderson is enjoying a month’s vacation from her duties as head nurse in a St. Paul hospital, and will divide her time between here and Edgerton. A. B. Batty, chief clerk at the St. Paul depot in Madison, has been as signed as station agent to relieve D. J. Connor at the local depot, and has en tered upon his duties. Mr. Connor will be around here for some days to famil iarize Mr. Batty with the work, and the latter part of the week he and Mrs. Connor and daughter Pearl go to Madi son to visit relatives before starting on an extended vacation trip. From Madison came word Sunday morning of the death during the night of Miss Ruth Zwicker, the 13 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zwicker, formerly residents of Stough ton. She had long been a sufferer with heart trouble and her condition for some weeks had been precarious. The fun eral services, which were conducted Monday afternoon, were attended by Miss Mamie Zwicker of this city. Miss Olga Johnson, youngest daugh ter of Jokum Johnson, the automobile dealer, and Mr. Benjamin Logan, eld est son of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Logan residing five miles west of town, were united in marriage by Rev. M. Fr. Wiese at the West Koshkonong church Wednesday evening at 7:30 o’clock. The bridal couple were attended by the four married sisters of the bride and their husbands, namely, Messrs, and Meddames Eugene Sorenson and Rich ard Holton of Whitehall and Adolph Johnson and Oscar Johnson of Utica. After the ceremony the wedding party returned here for a wedding dinner at Hotel Dellmeyer, at which about 25 guests were present. The newlyweds left Friday morning in the bridn's De- Tamble roadster on a ten days’ auto trip to Whitehall and other points in the northern part of the state and upon their return they will make their home with the bride’s father in the flat above the garage. STATE OF OHIO, CITY OF TOLEDO ? LUCAS COUNTY. ) Frank J. Cheney makes oath that be is the senior partner of the firm of F.. J Cheney & Cos., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall’s Catarrh Cure. Frank J. Cheney, Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence, this 6th day of December, A. D., 1896. , , A. W. Gleason, j seal ( * —’ Notary Public. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly on the blood and muc ous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. Cheney <fc Cos, by druggists, 75c. Norway Developing Peat Fields. Norway’s government maintains a' society engaged in the reclaiming of marshes and swamp lands and devel oping the manufacture and use of peat. Farm for Sale. A 240 acre farm, 2 miles from Arl ington, one of the choicest farms in Columbia county, must be sold to settle an estate. For particulars ad dress Wm. Hadden, 3414 Lodi, Wis. In These Strenuous Times. The man who thinks before he speaks has to think fast to keep his ideas from being back numbers. WANTED SALESMEN! To sell Home Comfort Ranges to farmers. Pay salary, commission and expense. Age 25 to 40. Must be sober man and able to give reference. Address J. A. Latimer, 34w4 Waukesha, WisJ The “Progressive” Party Is the individual, man or woman, who uses Foley Kidney Pills for backache, rheumatism, weak back and other kid ney and bladder irregularities. Foley Kidney Pills are healing, strengthen ing, tonic, and quick to produce bene ficial results. Contain no harmful drugs. Never sold in bulk. Put up in two in sealed bottles. The genu ine in a yellow package.—W. G. Atwell. WISCONSIN PARAGRAPHS MILWAUKEE— About the weirdest fish story in years, coming from Three Lakes, Wis., was verified when Val Raethe, of this city, deputy game war den, “O. K.’d” for shipment from Wis consin to Mrs. V. W. Renne, Chicago, a big muskellunge weighing 68 pounds. The fish was caught, according to reports from the north, on a line In tended for bass and it was fought for nearly two hours before it was broi ght to the side of Mrs. Renne’s boat. MILWAUKEE —Peter Neuman, nine years old, 341 Unknown street, dove off a springboard in a pond at the Chase brick yards on Linciln avenue and became imbedded in the mud. He was unable to extricate himself and was drowned. Several of his compan ions tried to save him, but failed. Stanley Martynski, 1050 Fourth ave nue, recovered the body an hour later. SPOONER —Angered by the alleged tormenting of Tory Maggison, A. C. Stone, a civil war veteran, stabbed Maggison through the right lung in a saloon. Stone was playing cards with friends and it is said became angered at the continued abuse Maggison is charged with inflicting upon him. Stone is seventy-nine years old. Mag gison’s wound is serious. MADlSON —Nomination papers were filed by Congressman H. A. Cooper, Racine, Republican candidate for con gress from the First district; Dr. Rob ert W. Lonk of Neillsville, Republican candidate for state senator from the Twenty-fourth district; Charles A. Grayham, Fond du Lac, Republican candidate for state senator from the Eighteenth district. KENOSHA —Mayor Head of Keno sha won a victory in his fight to stop the trains of the Northwestern rail way at the Kenosha station. He noti fied the company that if train No. 11l was not stopped in Kenosha the crews of other trains would be arrested for running faster than six miles an hour in the city limits. The railroad offi cials then complied. FOND DU LAC —Elfie, aged six years, daughter of Mrs. Jennie Young of Kalamazoo, Mich., was run down by an automobile driven by Mrs. W. R. Loescher. The child ran in front of the car, which was making the turn slowly, and was struck down by the fender, the wheels passing over her. An examination showed the child’s col lar bone was broken. BELOIT —Plans have been perfected whereby the United States Linen com pany will build a factory in this city to cost $75,000 soon. The company has headquarters in the east and this* is the first of the manufacturing enter prises where they will prepare the fi ber from flax straw and make a prod uct not now produced in the United States. WAUSAU —Agitation for a $50,000 packing house for Wausau has been started. The promoters have done a little preliminary canvassing and have found the attitude of the people favor able. It is said that local meat men are in favor of the proposition and that they are willing to subscribe for stock in the new company. GRAND RAPIDS— Otto Erdman, a Wood county farmer, when his wife was to be operated upon for tubercu losis and her condition was such that the doctor feared she 'would be unable to survive, insisted that the surgeon transfuse strong blood from him to his wife. This was done and she passed through the operation. SHEBOYGAN Charles W. Krep ski, aged forty-five, strolled over to a school yard across from his home, piled up a considerable quantity of dy namite, attached a fuse to it, laid upon the dynamite and lighted the fuse and closed his eyes. Parts of his body w T ere found a block away. BELOIT — Marshall, colored, was fined SSO and costs, amounting to $25, for operating a gambling room. A white man complained that he had lost money at Marshall’s place. The complaining witness was sent to jail for three months for gambling and Marshall was fined. ASHLAND W r hat is here be lieved to be the largest raft of eight foot pulpwood ever successfully brought across any of the great lakes arrived here from Port Arthur. It comprised about 4,000 cords, and is valued at about $30,000. DODGEVILLE —August Kopps of the town of Wyoming brought the rat tles of forty-one rattlesnakes to the county clerk’s office and received a bounty of 50 cents each. He also se cured $2 each for two fox scalps. NEW RICHMOND— Edward Wettre, connected with government schools in the Philippines since the occupation of the islands by the United States, is dead in Manila. He had relatives in this city and in Owen, Wis. -- % MAIDEN ROCK —Grant Campbell, aged thirty-five years, a farmer near here, was killed by being thrown un der the reaper which he was driving, when his team became frightened and ran away. BELOIT —A team or horses hitched to a heavy wagon ran away in the cemetery, and numerous gravestones were torn down or b:c...n. Insurance Why run the risk of loss of prop erty by fire when a few dollars ""’ll insure you against total cash loss by having a policy in a good insuiance company. We are representing some of the best companies doing business in the United States. Big Risks O R Small Ones We are prepared to handle in surance of any amount you want. Do not place your insur ance without seeing E. M. LADD INSURANCE AGENCY EDGEKTON, WIS. Protect Your Hands Keep your hands soft, smooth, and white even though you have to do house work that is trying and hard on the skin. Get a pair of Rubber Gloves. Easy to slip on —easy to slip off. Absolutely impervious to water and made of such fine high quality rubber that you can handle any aricle easily. WWsk 65c value For 35 cents Stappenbeck’s Pharmacy. DR. J. L. HOLTON, DENTIST. Office in the Ladd and Holton Block. EDGERTON, WISCONSIN. City Steam Laundry H. M. RAYMOND, Prop. Satisfaction Guaranteed Telephone 37. Edgerton, Wis. GEO. W. BLANCHARD Attorney - at- Law Office over Post Office Edgerton, - - Wisconsin C. E. SWEENEY, Dealer in Real Estate. Edgerton, Wisconsin, WISCONSIN and WESTERN LANDS for sale or exchange. FRED W. JENSEN Insurance & Collections Office over First National Bank Edgerton, - Wisconsin A.. P. Nicholson F. C. Meyers, D.D.S. DENTISTS, Office over Perry’s Dry Goods Store. Telephone Nos. } gulden®. 78 Edgerton - Wisconsin BROWN BROTHERS Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh and Salted Heats OYSTERS AND FISH Butchering on Reasonable Terms E6e Main’s Jewelry may not be so costly or so varied as that of my lady, but he is—or ought to be— particular about having it of the best quality, exclusive in design and neat in appearance. We cater to the dressy man’s jewelry needs and can please him in variety, quality and prices. We solicit a call of in spection to post you on our offerings in rings, fobs, scarf pins, tie clips. If It Comes From Stewart’s It’s Good. AF jeweler and Jk-i# iJ JB. JLj W W xaL Em. A 9 OF*TIdA,N PAINT Paint your House And Other Buildings And keep the wood well protected from sun wind and rain. We have skilled workmen and use only the best and most durable material. Let us show you various populor color combi nations. For furthsr facts about Paint, call on L. N. POMEROY & CO. Telephone 257. EDGERTON, WIS. BE sure; to call for High Test Oil Co.’s Pure Pennsylvania Oil and Gasolene FOR SALE BY All Edgerton Dealer and Garages. Murwin Bros., Fulton. Caspar Bagley at Hillside J. E. White and C. C. Reuterskiold at Albion and Chas. Tellefson & Sons at Utica. Cheap Photographer means cheap work. We do HIGH CLASS WORK Satisfaction Guaranteed. Studio Open Saturday, Sunday and Monday W. W. McNAIR PHOTOGRAPHER Secong door North of Carlton Hotel. The New Paint Firm Lyon, Scheffelbein & Thurston. WE are ready to do your PAINTING and PAPERING Give us us a chance to estimate your work. We use nc.ie but the best of material and do the best of work. We carry full line Henry Bosch Co.’s Wali Paper Samples. A phone to Ellingson’s Hardware Store will bring them to your home.