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||/lfS§j BEST —Bath Soap and have your morning bath at the right temper ature. It’s a luxurious bath at a little cost and it makes baby healthier. Willson s Best Bath Soap Sells at 10 cents. For Sale By Stappenbeck’s Pharmacy WILLSON BLOCK Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter Edgerton, - Wisconsin. FRIDAY, NOVEMBR 8, 1912. CORRESPONDENCE Milton D. B. Coon is nursing his foot as a result of having run a rusty nail into it. John Foreman of Johnstown lost ten turkeys recently out of a flock of one hundred, the fowls having been shot by some unknown person or persons. In honor of the twenty-fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Owen, a delightful surprise was planned and carried out at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Paul on Saturday evening. A letter to Mrs. W. H. Holmes tells of the safe arrival of her son Guy and wife at Las Menas, Cuba. They left for their Cuban home about two weeks ago after spending the summer here with relatives and friends. Cambridge There have been two political rallies the past week and these have compris ed the sum total of all the political ex citement for this campaign. Both meetings were poorly attended. Hon. T. G. Thompson returned Sun day night from Chicago, where with K. Henderson of Christiana he went to attend a banquet of the Norwegian- American Steamship Cos. The first boat of the company will leave Norway for New York in April on its maiden trip. Last Friday afternoon the little son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Cargen was badly bitten on the face and head by a dog belonging to Mr. Harry Goodrich. Mrs. Cargen and the baby had gone to Goodrich’s for the afternoon and had been out getting soil for house plants. Upon their return to the house the baby slipped through the room and out upon the front porch where he was at tacked by the dog apparently without provocation. Mrs. I. E. Bendickson, whose maiden name was Miss Ellen Stevens, was born in Norway, July 3, 1847, and came to this country at the age of 11 years, in the year of 1858. On October 25, 1872, she was united in marriage to Mr. I. E. Bendickson. Their union was blessed with eleven children, four of whom have gone before to await her coming. After all that kind and loving hands could do for her, she was called to her reward on Oct. 24, 1912, after an ill ness of several months which she bore patiently until the end. Stoughton The reassessment conducted under the supervision of Mr. Victor Kronk, assistant assessor of incomes for the county, is progressing rapidly and the new roll has already been turned out. Mrs. Paul Krekling, wife of Hans Krekling, passed away at about 5 o’clock Wednesday afternoon. Her age was 40 years, 9 months and 5 days. She came from Norway to Rushford, Minn., 27 years ago and remained in that place three years, then came to Wisconsin and for the past six years the family has lived on the present farm. Sur viving her are the husband, three sons and three daughters, the youngest child aged four and the oldest, a daughter, 20 years. All are at home. Two carloads of carp have been ship ped from this station, the first of the new 7 effort to rid the lake of this kind of rough fish. Mr. Wiedner, who oper ates at Kegonsa, had not a sufficient amount to fill tw T o cars, so the man at Lake Waubesa supplied about 15,000 pounds. The latter came from La Crosse about the time that Mr. Wied ner started at Kegonsa. A. F. Herald of Maiden Rock had contracted both consignments for his firm, the Bay Fish Cos, wholesale fish dealers, New York. Mr, Herald was here during the loading. The aged George Bostrak, who is •making his home with his son Martin in Pleasant Springs, came near being burned to death Tuesday afternoon as the result of overturning a small gaso line stove. The accident occurred at about 2 o’clock, and the conjecture is that the old gentleman, who is 91 years of age, and Consequently quite feeble, had stumbled against the stove and overturned it. Mr. Bostrak was burn ed about his hands and face, but man aged to make his way to the door and call for help. His son heard him, and hurrying to the house, managed to nu+ out the blaze which soon would have assumed serious proportions. Fort AtKlnson, A two days’ sale of blooded Holstein cattle closed at Lake Mills, Wednes day. The highest price paid was SI,OOO for a cow able to give thirty pounds of milk a day. The lowest was $75. Nearly 200 animals were sold. Invitations have been issued by Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Caswell Jr. for the marriage of their daughter, Justine May, to Arthur G. McGraw of White water. The ceremony occurred at the Caswell home at 6 o’clock Monday ev ening, Nov. 4, James Olderman, Severt Huder and Leroy Hauthorn, all residents of the township of Koshkonong, were arrested last Sunday by Deputy Warden Mason, charged with shooting ducks on Lake Koshkonong in open water. When brought before a justice the three plead guilty and were given the minimum fine of $25 and costs. On motion of the district attorney the fine of Hau thorn, who is a young boy, ignorant of the law and assisting in the support of his mother, was remitted on payment of costs. The guns of the party were confiscated. Two large wolves were killed by Walter Mode and Clarence Eckhart of this city. They undoubtedly belonged to the pack which has been giving the farmers west of town considerable trouble by attacking young stock. The carcasses were taken to Jefferson, the county seat, to obtain the bounty of S2O paid in this state and county. DealuessCannot be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an inflamed con dition of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube gets in flamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing, and when it is en tirely closed deafness is the result, and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its normal con dition, hearing will be destroyed forever, nine cases out of ten are caused by ca tarrh, which is nothing but an inflamed condition of the mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that caunot be cured by Rail’s Catarrh Cure. Send fro circular, free. F. J. CheeDey <fc Cos.. Toledo, O. by druggists, 75c. Take Hall’s Family Pills for Constipation How Soap Cleanses. A Belgian chemist who has studied the action of soap on various soiling substances of different colors has ar rived at the conclusion that the cleans ing of an object consists in a process of substitution. There is brought about a colloidal combination of the soap and the soiling substance, which, by reason of its constitution, no longer has the power of fixing itself by ab sorption on to the solid bodj\ with the result that it is easily carried away by the water. Thus in washing with soap one puts it in contact with one's soil ing substances, these latter having a greater affinity for the former than for one's skin. Soap has even a greater affinity for one’s skin than for the sub stances. wbieb it proceeds to replace and to set free to be taken up by the water and removed. She Paid the Duty. An English traveler, leaving Alex andria, received a parting present of a large cake, and received it with what enthusiasm she could, but landed at Venice with the cake entire. The eyes iof the dogana spied it. “Duty is due for the design on white sugar that dec orates the top of that cake." The trav eler answered that as the duty seemed quite heavy she would prefer to sink the cake into the waters of the Adri ! atic. “But." said the official, “you can not do that inasmuch as the design in sugar aforesaid ou the top of the cake is the property of the king of Italy." i The traveler then courageously of- I fered to consume the sugar and drown the cake; but not so might she escape : nor did she. raßßEte*** The Worst Yet. Johnny handed the following note from his mother to the teacher one ! morning: "Dere Teecher—You keep tellin’ my | boy to brethe with his diafram. May- I be rich children has got diaframs. but i how about when there father only makes $1.50 a day and has got .five children to keep? First it's one thing then it's another, and now it'c <Va 'Hvs:'* >.0.->t . I Home Juuru:; . Odt Tips Lett:ry. Stranger tips for < housing lottery numbers have been given than eve:; communications from a tie -eased aunt Grant Duff had from Lord Houghton the following in connection with the death of Sir William Stirling-MaxweM in 187S; “When he arrived at Venice ou his last journey the hotel keeper, seeing his arrive alone, gave him an in different room. No Id When he tie came ill he was transferred to a better one. No. S. and. when he became very ill. to tlie best the man had at his dis posal, No. 4. After he died the serv ants took the numbers Id. S. 4, added 50. the number which stands, as it ap pears. for death in the lottery lan guage. anfl playing on them won 30.000 francs.”—London Standard. An Explanation. The steamboat came splashing along her course at full speed, and the first thing the passengers knew had crashed head ou into the pier. “Mercy!” cried a passenger as the bow crashed and the splinters flew. “1 wonder what is the matter?" “Nothin’." said Pat. one of the deck hands—“nothin*, ma’am. It looks to me as if. the captain just forgot that we shtop here."—Harper's. Old English Elections. As an illustration of the violence that was one** common during political campaigns in England is a quaint bill from a lawyer after an election at An dover in 17G8: “To being thrown out of the George inn. Andover, to my legs being thereby broken, to surgeon’s bill and loss of time and business. £500." Knew His Business. Willie —Say. pa. you ought to see the men across the street raise a building on jacks. Pa (absentiyi—lmpossible, Willie, you can open on jacks, but a man is a fool to try to raise ou the— er—l mean it must have been quite a sight.—Exchange. Mrs. Clara Falk Murphy Recently returned from a course in the Jean De Reszki School in Paris, will receive pupils in VOICE AND VIOLIN At STOUGHTON, Phone 231 Y Before going abroad Mrs. Murphy was located in Duluth and her pupils have been endorsed and accepted by Herr Blass of the Metropolitan Opera C0.,-Herr Mickwitz and other eminent musicians. In Madison on Thursdays 207 N. Hamilton St. GARAGE Tires, Tubes AND Gas Tanks. Automobile Supplies. REPAIR WORK Done Promptly. f; Oils, Grease and Gasoline. AIR FREE. J. J. CULTON. COMFORT To have comfort in foot wear they must fit correctly Walkover Shoes for women are made correct ly, insuring you a perfect fit and comfort. We are show ing a complete line of all the popular fall styles and fash ionable leathers. FRANK BROWN GO. With Sheffild & Voltz. MRS. VAN NESS GREEN Teacher of Voice and Piano. Chorister, Cargill M. E. Church, Janesville Marchesi Voice Method. Lescbelizky Piano Method. TERMS REASONABLE Residence: Studio Phone (Chas. Bently house Swift St.) 209 Red Fall Term Commences Sept. Ist. MISS LUCILE CULTON TEACHER OF Violin and Harmony. GRADUATE OF American Conservatory of Music Chicago. Phone No. 294. P. 0. Box No. 23 Edgerton, Wis. Insurance Why run the risk of loss of prop erty by fire when a few dollars will insure you against total cash loss by having a policy in a good insurance company. We are representing some of the best companies doing business in the United States. Big Risks OR 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 EDGERTON, WIS. ' ' Jta ii Is the Largest Roll of the Best Toilet Paper selling at 5c (,6 Roils for 25c) C]j “ Waldorf ” is a soft, smooth and non-irri tating paper —different from others. Cj It contains no dirt, grit or Other impurities —therefore is sanitary. Each roll is tightly wound so as to keep cut the dust. €| Get “ Waldorf” and you get your money's worth. kc. 103 For sale by Stappenbeck’s Pharmacy. The drug store that serves you right. TIME was when a pict ure was a luxury for a favored few—modem pho tography has changed con ditions. Our children are grow ing up, but we can keep them as they are —can fol low them through school— can always be with them and have them with us in picture. We have new and attractive styles for young and old. See our Floren tine Window and Fireplace Pictures —they’re new. “Anco Films.”; BARDEEN’S STUDIO Jshe Meal’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 STFWART ueweler and • Li* JIL VV fill 1 9 OPTICIAN Make Your Home Pleasing and Inviting For The Winter % The most important factor in rendering the home restful and pleasing is the back ground of the interior—the walls. If you have been reading of the newest wall cover ings and ideas in decorating you will be pleased to see how well we keep up with the times. If you hoven’t you should come in and see them. L. N. POMEROY & CO. Telephone 257. EDGERTON, WIS. L, E. CETTLE, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Office over Shelley’s Store. EGDERTON, - - WISCONSIN HENRY C. PRICE. Carpenter & Builder, Edgerton, Wisconsin. ESTIMAT CHEERFULLY GIVEN . E. M. LADD, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Edgerton, - Wisconsin. City Steam Laundry H. M. RAYMOND, Prop. Satisfaction Guaranteed Telephone 37, Edgerton, Wis. Wanted Ideas! Our four books sent free with list of inventions wanted by manufacturers and promoters, also prizes for inven tions. Patents secured or fee RE TURNED. 40w4 VICTOR J. EYAMS & CO., WffiSSS&c DR. J. L. HOLTON, DENTIST. Office in the Ladd and Holton Bloch. EDGERTON, WISCONSIN. 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. A Sewing Machine Motor Will sew 100 yards of cloth for ONE CENT. The outfit is the essence of simplicity and durability —may be at tached in a few moments— can be run by a child. Ends drudgery of foot ped aling. Turn the switch - guide your work—that’s all. Price SIB.OO. Edgerton Electric Light Cos. 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 ">ry Goods Store. Telephone Nos. \ Edgerton - Wisconsin BROWN BROTHERS Dealers ’’a all Kinds of Fresh and Salted Meats OYSTERS AND FISH Butchering on Reasonable Terms DR. A. T. SHEARER Physician and Surgeon tt I 7toß a. m.; Ito 3 p.m. Offee Honrs v 7to S'", m. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 20 Edgerton, - Wisconsin.