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of Children They may not cough today, but what about tomor ow? Better be prepared for it when it comes. Ask your doctor about keeping Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral in the house. Then when the hard cold )r cough first appears you have a doctor’s medicine at hand. This cough medicine is especially good for children. No anodynes. No alcohol^ Many a child is called dull and stupid when the whole trouble is due to a lazy liver. We firmly believe your own doc tor will tell you that an occasional dose of Ayer’s Pills, sugar-coated, will do such children a great deal of good. Ask him. Made by the J. C. AYEB CO . Lowell. J7ss A NEW Plumbing and Repair Shop Started on North Main Street, Edgerton, Wis. L. T. DEHLIN, - Proprietor CORYDON G. DWIGHT, M. D Practice Limited to the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat. Glasses Fitted. Office Hours J9t012 a. m.; 2to 6 p. m. Jrf e 1 i And by appointment. Excellent hospital accommodations for pa tients needing operation. Pioneer Block Madison, Wis. 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Ke liad just left the plant for a confectionery store across the street, where his daughter is employed. He stepped from in •front cf a street car in the path of the motor truck. One of the wheels passed over his head. His daughter, attracted ty the crowd, rushed from the store to find her father’s body. CROCKER, IND. —Being despond ent because his wife refused to live with him, William Meltz, fifty-five years old, a farmer, committed sui cide by taking a quantity of rat paste. Meltz took the poison after begging his wife, who had brought suit for divorce two weeks ago, to re turn home. He died, after great suf fering. BUENA VISTA, COLO.— Ptomaine poisoning, the consequence of having eaten wiener wurst and sauer kraut at the Murphy mine, twenty-two miles from here, resulted in the death of John R. Gardner and Peter Johnson, and William Canning, superintendent of the mine, is dying. EASTON, PA.—Two large automo biles loaded with merry Philadel phians on their way to the Delaware Water Gap were plunged into the Delaware river at Meyers’ Ferry be tween Delaware and Portland, and four of the party were drowned. COLUMBUS, OHlO.— William W. Barnegraff, who was returned a week ago after escaping from the peniten tiary by crawling through a sewer, was shot and killed, while trying to escape over the wall. He was serv ing a life sentence for murder. HOUGHTON, MICH. The first fatal hunting accident of the present season in northern Michigan oc curred when Jerry Coffey, a logging train brakeman, was shot and fatally wounded, presumably by a deer hunter. PAONA, COLO. —Charles G. Fox, age forty-two years, a rancher, living three miles northwest of here, shot and killed his six-year-old daughter, four-year-old son and fourteen months’-old baby, then committed sui cide. MINNEAPOLIS, MlNN.— Struck by a train near Rockport, Minn., James Flood of St. Louis, Mo., died at a lo cal hospital. Efforts are being made to get in touch with relatives. WORDEN, ILL. —A railway fireman and a brakeman were killed and five men injured in a collision between a Wabash railway work train and an engine and caboose. SPORTING AFFAIRS. STUTTGART, GER.—Just before the time set for the international race for the Gordon Bennett cup, the American balloon Kansas City 11. ex ploded while being filled for the race. No one was injured, although the pilot, John Watts, was standing near by. The cause of the explosion has not been learned. ST. LOUIS, MO.—Reger Bresna han, the manager for the last two seasons of the St. Louis National league team, has been discharged. He has been having trouble fer seme time with Mrs. Helen Britton, owner of a majority cf the club’s stock. GEH:fUL LEWS. SORENTG, ITALY— The Princess Marie Theresa, Archduchess of Aus tria-Este, is dead here. She was the wife of Prince Ludwig, eldest son of the prince regent of Bavaria, who is also heir presumptive to the throne of his nephew, the afficted King Otto. The princess, as senior descendant of Charles 1., was by hereditary right the undoubted head of the line of the royal house of Stuarts. She was niece and heiress of the last Duke of Modena and was half-sister of the queen regent of Spain. Princess Marie was born in 1849, was married in 1868, at the age of eighteen, and was the mother of eleven children. She is the last of the English house of Stuarts. VERA CRUZ, MEX.—After thirty four hours’ deliberation the court martial which has been considering the cases of the leaders of the re cent uprising here rendered sen tences of death against General Felix Diaz, Major Zarate, Concnel Mieoni and Lieutenant Lima and pronounced sentences of ten years’ imprisonment against three other officers. Two civilians were sentenced to two years’ imprisonment and the others were set free. HAMMOND, IND. Judge Harry B. Tuttle knocked out racing in Indi ana by upholding Governor Marshall in closing the track at Mineral Springs by force of arms. The decisionwas in the case of Peter Crumbacker et al. vs. Governor Thomas E. Marshall. Judge Tuthill, in his opinion, said that Governor Marshall’s decision is final, as well as his discretion, and that he may order out troops to en force the law. WASHINGTON— Mrs. Ella Merri wether Post, the divorced wife of C. W. Post of Battle Creek, Mich., was found dead in bed here and a coro ner’s examination developed that she had died of acute Bright’s disease. Mrs. Post arrived here several days ago as the guest of Mrs. Joseph Breckons, wife of Joseph Breckons, private secretary to Senator Warren of Wyoming. NEW YORK —The big steamship Asiatic Prince, arriving here from Brazalian ports, reported the rescue of thirteen men from the burning steamship Fagundes Vareila, sighted off the Brazilian coast on the morn ing of Oct. 7. The ship caught fire from chemicals in her hold. There were forty-one aboard, eighteen of whom were picked up by another ves sel. WASHINGTON The spectacular feats by the submarine boats of the navy hereafter are prohibited as the result of an order just issued by Sec retary of the Navy Meyer. Under no circumstances will any little craft be permitted to dive more than 100 feet below the surface, although on the Pacific coast submarines have de scended to the 200 foot level. WASHINGTON —The official dis patches from the Turkish minister of foreign affairs received here by the Turkish ambassador are interpreted at the embassy as news that the Bul garians have been repulsed from Kirk-Kilisseh with heavy loss and that the city has been retaken by the Turks. A Bulgarian defeat at Mar asch also is reported. INDIANAPOLIS, IND. —The govern ment made progress in the dyna miting cases when it introduced rec ords of the Iron Workers' to show that the money paid for dynamiting, evidenced by checks to Hockin and others, was not included in reports made to members of the organization in the financial statements. KANSAS CITY, MO.— William H. Wolf, eighty-nine years old, one of the founders of Kansas City, and his wife, aged eighty-three were ordered sent to the county poor farm. They have been married sixty-five years. A grandson who has supported the couple nine years, says he is no long er able to do so. HAVANA, CUBA —A battle between conservatives and liberals, during which several hundred shots w*ere fired and a number of people killed or wounded, broke out after midnight in Central park, in the heart of the city. Of the forty persons wounded, two were women. Several were fatal ly hurt. NEWPORT NEWS, VA. Joseph J. Zara, a clerk of the Cuban vice-consulate at this port, was fined SSOO and sentenced to three months’ imprisonment by Acting Police Jus tice Clements for annoying Mrs. Charles Brown, wife of a shipyard draftsman. WASHINGTON —Hugh Cook, who is seaman of the revenue cutter Mack inac at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich., w T as commended by Assistant Secretary of the Treasury Allen for heroism in rescuing a drowning man in Little Rapids Cut of St. Mary’s river. Sept. 25. VIENNA, AUSTRIA The num ber of w r ounded being transported from Adrianople and Kirk-Kilisseh to Constantinople is so great that the military and government hospitals cannot contain them, according to dispatches from Constantinople. Farm and Garden ! HOME CHEESEMAKING. Producx Helps to Lower Living Cost by Taking Place of Meat. In these times of high prices it be hooves us to manage in every way to reduce the cost of living, and yet be well supplied with plenty of whole some and nutritious food. Now. cheese will in a measure supply the place of meat, and if made in the home on the farm will cost but little in comparison with meat. Any one having sufficient cows to obtain five or six gallons of milk in the morning, or part evening’s milk can be used providing it is per fectly sweet, can make delicious cheese, and if a part of eveniug’s milk is used it may as well be skimmed, as that cream is likely to be lost. The uten sils needed can be found in any farm home. i Take six gallons of milk, heat to 85 degrees in a clean wash boiler, remove from the stove and add one-half of a rennet tablet, previously dissolved in half a cupful of warm water. Also add a little cheese coloring. Avery little will answer, for one does not want cheese too highly colored. Stir well and cover first with a tablecloth and over that several thicknesses of com forter or carpet. Let stand forty or fif ty minutes, or until it becomes like | S * >.- nr PS Photograph by University of Wisconsin agricultural experiment station. CHEFS EM AKER AT WORK. thick clabbered milk. Then cut clear to the bottom into small squares. Cov er and let stand a while longer. Then dip off what whey you can. With a skimmer chop and stir the curd from the bottom tip until it is all fine. Place a clean half bushel basket over a tub. spread a cheesecloth in it. dip in the curd, let whey drain off. salt to taste and work gently with the hand until well mixed. It is now ready to put into the press Use a small wooden bucket, with the bottom out. for a hoop. Set this on a clean board, place a clean, wet cheese cloth in the hoop, put in your mixed curd and fold cloth over smoothly as possible, put on a round board or a tin lid that will fit in the hoop and place your weights on. not too heavy at first. Add more after a time. Press as dry as possible. Leave in press until evening. Take out. trim off all uneven edges. Put back into the press on a clean, wet cheesecloth other side up and put all the weights on. Leave until next morning. Take out and bandage or not, as preferred. Place in a warm, airy room to ripen. Keep w T ell covered with a dry cheese cloth to prevent flies from gettiug at it. Turn it and rub with a little fresh butter every day. It will be ready for use in four weeks, but will be better if left until six weeks old. —American Agriculturist. FOOD FOR THOUGHT. In .'ceding crops do you con sider the influence of manurial constituents on plants Having differing range or root action, differing periods and durations of growth and differing final products to build up? Food for thought here and the right kind of thought, followed by the right kind of fertilization, may save you money in fertilizer bills.— American Agriculturist. Training Farm For Boys. South Australia is to have a training farm for boys who wish to go ou the farm. Boys from fourteen to sixteen years of age will he eligible, and they may stay two years or til! they are seventeen years of age. They will re ceive an elementary training in all branches of farm work, and a small al lowance in addition to board and lodg ing. I _ _ _ " ' " ■ • '■.: ■■ ■'i ■■ !:■, ~ i■ ■" ' •' ■[■■■ ■i-ii:i-iifi-.:- '■ ■.• f■■ Vegetable Pr eparationfor As - ting the Food andßeg ala- |i ting the Stomachs and Bowe ls of Promotes Digestion.CheerfuF nessandßest.Contains neither Opium,Morphine nor>lineral. I Tv'ot^Narcotic. Jiuxpe ofOUDr SAMUEL PITCHER Pumpkin Seed'' . Hlx.Senna- * 1 KothelU Salts— J sinisf Seed. *■ I 1 yibrrpSeed Ctanhed Sugar hfntaymen ttaivK / A perfect Remedy for Constipa- i Hon, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea Worms;Convulsions .Feverish ness and Loss OF SLEEP. Facsimile Signature of NEW YORK. jjj F --^1 I EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. j|i A Special Sale! Received from New York 25 new fall suits. Prices from $lO to S2O. 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