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Daily Beauty Treatment.
FIRST, use cold water abundantly on arising. Then apply WILLSON’s Monarch Cream and wipe the face dry with a piece of soft cloth. Always after exposure to dust or wind cleanse the face thor oughly with this cream. By no means use water. At night, just before retiring, use WILLSON’S Rose Transparant Soap and luke warm water and then follow with an abundant application of this superlative WILL SON’S Monarch Cream, rubbing it in thoroughly. Follow these directions and you will have as near a perfect skin as nature intended. WILLSON’S Monarch Cream and Soot For Sale By Stappenbeck’s Pharmacy WILLSON BLOCK Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter Edgerton, - Wisconsin. F. W. COOIN, - Editor and Publisher. FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1913 CORRESPONDENCE Albion Academy [Too late for last week.] Mrs. Theo. Ringoen was in Stough ton on Saturday. Bertha Peterson spent Sunday with her parents in Orforaville. Lloyd Kravick accompanied Alexan der Onsgard to the latter’s home near Madison to visit over Sunday. Oscar Christianson, Alvin Kaupang er, Elmer Dixon and Nels Lee visited at their respective homes over Sunday. The tennis court has been put into condition, and increased interest in the sport is already manifest on the cam pus. Misses Ella Lein, Mathea Halverson and Gladys Olson spent the week end at the homes of Misses Gaea Rein and Theresa Felland near Stoughton. A baseball game to be played on the local diamond has been scheduled for Friday, May 9, with the team from the Cambridge high school. Two weeks of hard practice has put the men in good fighting trim and a fast game is ex pected. A basket and ice cream social was given on the campus Wednesday night. The excellent weather conditions drew a large attendance. The committee in charge reports that a goodly sum was realized. The money taken in is to be used for expenses connected with grad uation week. Milton Junction J. C. Bartholf has rented and will occupy the J. C. Anderson place on Janesville street. Frank Miles was "taken to Madison where he will undergo an operation at the Madison sanitarium. The Milton Co-operative creamery is undergoing extensive repairs. New cement floors are being put in through out the' building and anew refrigerator has been ordered. The repairs are be ing made without interrupting the reg ular work of making and packing about 1,000 pounds of butter daily. Milton college can easily boast the greatest college pitcher in the state or in the middle west, for in two succes sive games with St. John’s Military academy and Carroll college, respec tively, on Thursday and Friday, Pitcher George Crandall struck out 40 men —24 in the St. John’s game and 16 in the Carroll game. The members of the Fortnightly club of Milton Junction had the members of the Milton Women’s Village Improve ment club as their guests Tuesday af ternoon at the home of Mrs. G. W. Coon, the rooms of which were tastily decorated with apple blossoms, lilacs and pussy willows. About 70 ladies were present to enjoy the interesting program. Cambridge The streets were oiled this week. A mile of the new Fort Atkinson road was also oiled by the county. Mr. H. C. Carlile of Mount Vernon, Ohio, was in Rockdale last Saturday looking over the sand deposits in that place, and by his talk, Rockdale may have a glass factory before long. Mr. P. C. Onstad is spending a few weeks in South Dakota, taking a much needed rest from his work in the store. In company with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Berge he will visit relatives in several parts of the state. Cards are out announcing the mar riage of Miss Grace Lohmaier and Mr. Clarke Porter at Lewistown, Montana, Wednesday, May 7th. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Loh maier. She is a young lady of many graces who is capable of filling the home she will adorn with happiness. She will be missed greatly in social cir cles here. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Porter. He has grown up in our midst to be known as a young man of sterling character and no one doubts he will succeed in his chosen line of work. The young couple will make their home at Winifred, Mont., where the groom has gone into the drug business with Mr. Roy Lohmaier. —Joseph Kimball, professional piano tuner and repairer. Inquire at M. E. parsonage. Stoughton One hundred and thirty shares of $5 each have been sold for organization of the Stoughton Baseball association and a meeting was held at the Union club rooms for the purpose of incorporation. Miss Iva Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Evans, South Page street, was the winner of the $25 prize at the Whitewater school, presenting the best essay on the subject of Commodore Perry’s victory on Lake Erie. She will be in line for more prizes as they reach S3OO in all. Knud Olson, one of Stoughton’s pioneer residents, passed away Thurs day afternoon at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A. H. Sime, with whom he had lived since the death of his wife six years ago. Death was due to heart trouble with which he had doubtless been afflicted for some time. Charles Bacon, _who has been a pharmacist with F. N. Falk on West Main street for a considerable time, will leave this week on a trip to Mon tana to investigate a business proposi tion in connection with the purchase of a drug store in that state. Mr. Bacon was employed in Edgerton for a time but returned to his former position with Mr. Falk. Should he conclude to make the purchase he and Mrs. Bacon will remove to Montana during the summer or fall. A special car arrived from Moline Thursday containing the head officers of the Moline Plow company, who came to visit the Mandt Wagon company plant. The concern has recently ap plied in Illinois for permission to in crease the capital stock from $9,000,000 to $30,000,000. Some other plants have been acquired and more are being sought. The Stoughton establishment has been making good profit for a num ber of years and about ten carloads of vehicles per day are being sent to vari ous points in the west, north and south. Evahtvllie A. S. Baker and daughter, Mrs. R. D. Hartley, returned Friday evening from Los Angeles, Cal., where they had been spending the past six weeks. Friends of Rollo Ross, a former em ploye of Baker’s, will be -pained to learn he has had the misfortune to lose a foot, while breaking on the Northwest ern near Galena. J. C. Deveraux has received word of the death of his brother-in-law, Curt Farman, on April 26, at Belmond, lowa. Mr. Farman was a resident of Evans ville for a number of years. He was 80 years old at the time of his death. Word has been received of the sud den death of Mrs. George Meacham at her home at North Freedom last Fri day. The day before her death her right limb was amputated just above the knee. The immediate cause of her death is given as heart failure. Mr. and Mrs. Meacham moved to Evans ville several years ago and conducted the “Enterprise” which they after wards disposed of and moved onto the Sunny Slope farm, west of town, where they resided until recently when they moved to North Freedom. ——— ♦ m Catarrh Cannot Be Cured with L ical Applications, as they cannot reach the seat of the disease. Catarrh is a blood or constitutional disease, and in order to cure it you must take inter nal remedies. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally and ac s directly on the blood and mucous surfaces, Hall’s Ca tarrh Curn is not a quack medicine. It was prescribed by one of the best physi cians in this country for years, and is a regular prescription. It is composed of the best tonics known, combined with the best blood purifiers, acting directly on the mncoux surfaces. The perfect combination of the two ingredients is wha' produces 6uch wonderful results in curing Catarrh. Send for testimonials free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all price 75 cents. Interesting Local Hints —A full line of Colvin’s bakery goods received daily. The best there is.— City Grocery 20tf —We are now prepared to take in buggies and wagons for repainting. We have skilled painters and can promise good work at reasonable prices. We also have an expert sign painter. You may need a sign or buggy painted, in either case we solicit the business. — Edgerton Wagon Cos. 17 —Your choice of any pattern of wall paper 10c per double roll. Others at 3c to sc. Every roll must be closed out. Frank Ash. 23t2 —Two Paige Detroit cars, slightly used, for sale cheap. Inquire of Chas. L. Culton. 23 —An 8-room houco for rent, Inquire of Mrs. J, F. Kizer. S3 Notice of Hearing on Vacation of Part of Mechanic Street. Notice is hereby given that the Com mon Council of the City of Edgerton will, on the 2nd day of June, 1913, at 7:30 o’clock in the afternoon of said day, at the council chamber in the Woodman hall of said city, take up for consideration and act upon the petition of the United Cigar Manufacturers Company, Amelia Tointon, T. B. Earle, C. F. Mabbett, Agnete Hollo, James Pollard, Sophia Carlson, Harry Hutson, W. J. Schumacher, D. W. North, Chi cago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company, Ava Carlson, Will H. Houfe, F. Biesaman, Addie Hutson, H. Ehlen feldt, for the vacation of that part of Mechanic street of said City of Edger ton, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the east line of said street where the same inter sects the north line of the right-of-way of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway Company; thence north along the east line of said street one hundred forty-seven and eighty-four one-hun dredths feet to the northwest corner of block sixteen of the original plat of the City of Edgerton; thence in a south westerly direction to a point on the north line of said railway company’s right-of-way thirty-six feet west of the place of beginning; thence east along the north line of said railway com pany’s right-of-way to beginning. At which time and place all who are opposed to said petition may appear and be heard. Given pursuant to the directions of the Common Council of the City of Ed gerton this 7th day of May, 1913. 24t3 H. B. Knapp, City Clerk. Notice to Property Owners. The Common Council of the City of Edgerton having on the 6th day of May, 1913, passed a resolution ordering that sanitary sewer drains and water service pipes of lead be laid at the expense of the property owners from the main sewer and main water pipes to the curb line opposite each lot or part of a lot on such portions of Albion and Rollin streets mentioned in said resolution, and ordering that notice thereof be given by publication in the official paper of the City of Edgerton; Now, therefore, in pursuance of such resolution, the owners and occupants of the following property are hereby served with notice that such work be done within the time limited by the Re vised Statutes of Wisconsin, according to the plans and specifications on file in the office of the City Clerk: ALBION STREET IMPROVEMENT. Swift’s Addition. Mary A. Attlesey—That part lots 1 and 2, block 14, described in Vol. 140. page 379 of deeds as recorded in office of register of deeds for Rock county. Clayton Spike—The N. 40.375 feet and one half of the S. 10 feet of that part of lots 2, 3 and 4, block 14 described in Vol. 167, page 141 of deeds as recorded in office of register of deeds for Rock county. Isaac Spike—Tbe S. 40.375 feet of the N. 80.75 feet of the W. 122 feet and one half of the S. 10 feet of that part of lots 2. 3 and 4, block 14 described in Vol. 167, page 141 of deeds as re corded in office of register of deeds for Rock county. E. M. Crandall—Lot 5 of block 14. Harry Ash—Lot 6 of block 14. May Spencer—Lot 8 of block 14. Ann D. and J. D. Snike—South % of lot 9, block 14. D. W. North—S. 1-6 of W. %of lot 10 and N. % of W. % and S. X of N. }4 of E. % of lot 9, all in block 14. Elizabeth Humphrey—North 5-6 of W. X of lot 10, block 14. Florence Child—Lot 3, block 27. Florence Child—South H lot 4, block 27. T. A Ellingson—North y 2 lot 4, block 27. Henry Price —Lot 5, block 27. John Madden—Lots 1 and 2 block 26. Original Plat of Edgerton. A. P. Nicholson—That part of lots l, 2 and 3, block 15 described in Vol. 148, page 432 of deeds as recorded in office of register of deeds for Rock county. H. H. Dickinson—Lots 4 and 5 and that part of lot 6, block 15 described in Vol. 126, page 402 of deeds as recorded in office of register of deeds for Rock county. T. A. Ellingson—Lot 7, block 15. S. M. Maltpress—Lot 8. block 15. W. H. Clarke-Lot 9. block 15. James Lay—Lot 10, block 15. L. J. Dickinson-Lot 12, block 15. C. F. Mabbett—Lots 13 and 14, block 15. John Henderson—Lot 16, block 15. Trustees of M. E. Church—Lot 18, block 15. Jessie J. Shepard—Lot 3. block 25. C. G. Biederman—N. 4 rods of S. 8 rods of E. 8 rods of that part of S. E. X, Section 4-4-12, lying N. of Washington street and W. of Albion street. C. W. Birkenmeyer—N. 4 rods of S. 12 rods of E. 10 rods of that part of S. E. X of Section 4-4-12. lying N. of Washington street and W. of Albion street. W. D. Doty—N. 6 rods of S. 18 rods of E. 8 rods of that parf of S. E. X of Section 4-4-12, lying N. of Washington street and W. of Al bion street. ROLLIN STREET IMPROVEMENT. Original Plat of Edgerton. Thomas North—W. 5 rods of E. 15 rods of N. 8 rods of block 15. M. E. Conway—W. 4 rods of E. 19 rods of N. 8 rods of block 15. C. F. Mabbett—W. 97.48 feet of lots 19 and 20, block 15. T. A. Clarke—E. V% lots 7 and 8, block 25. Andrew Hoen—W. V 2 lots 7 and 8, block 25. A. P. Nicholson—E. l A lots 1 and 2, block 24. Fred C. Meyers—W. *4 lots l and 2, block 24. Common Council City of Edgerton, H. B. Knapp, City Clerk. Published May 9, 1913. . ***. Awake. “That man talks a great deal, but you must admjt that he’s wide awake.’ 1 “Well,” replied Farmer Corntossel, re flectively, “you couldn’t expect a man to fall asleep during one of his own speeches.” Seed Corn. We offer the farmers of this locality high grade Wisconsin No. 7-Silver King seed corn grown near Stoughton by M. M. J. Vea. Place your order early. Heddles Lumber Cos., 23t3 Edgerton, Wis. ♦♦♦ Farm for Sale. Eighty acres good land for sale—46 acres broke, 9 cleared for pasture and 25 thrifty timber. Tobacco, cabbage, potatoes and berries raised on this land; 8-room house and a 3-room house, barns, sheds and tobacco shed 30x98 feet, 18 ft. posts, basement full size with elevator. Cost S3IOO. There are Bor 9 buildings on the place; fine soil; easy payments. Write H. G. Randles & Son, 23t10 Alma Center, Wis. +++ Upholstering and Repairing. S. Fingal of Rockford, 111., will do your work at Andrew Berry’s shop (up stairs). Box, springs and repairing. Will be ready April 28th. Leave orders at Andrew Berry’s or W. H. Clarke’s furniture store. 28t3 —The City Grocery handles Pillsbury’s Best and GoM Cnnd bik ing always comes from these flours. 20tf Proud as You Are Of tlie Daughter and proud as she is of the graduation honors—there is soon but a memory of such events unless a portrait keeps the record of &ach milestone of youth. Our styles of school pict ures are appropriate to the occasion. The Photographer of Our Town. Will Bardeen Developing Printing Cameras Films A L>. S* Fig Syrup and Renna Makes Children Happy Calomel and salts are hard and griping—bad for adults worse for children. They rob the stomach of tone. But A. D. S. Fig Syrup con tains real figs. It is combined with Syrup of Senna, that excellent laxative. It gently stimulates and helps nature. It contains no habit-forming drugs—you don’t have to continue its use. A. D. S. Fig Syrup at this drug store, 25c and 50c. i * Stappenbeck’s Pharmacy. GARAGE We Have a Full Stock of Tires, Tubes, Tanks, Oils, Auto Supplies J. J. CULTON. 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 EDCrEPvTCN’, "IS. Are You a Good Looker? If not, let us test your eyes. We guarantee our work. OUR STOCK OF' Watches, Clocks, Jewelry was never more complete. The prices will be made right. Come in and see if this statement is correct. AF QTFWART jeweler and • *-*• Mlllj OPTICIAN L. N. POMEROY & CO.’S Wall Papers Have a real decorative value, and means more than something to merely cover the walls. They have character and inviduality that is worth having. The only satisfaction in buying common wall paper is that it looks clean. Why not get a paper that has also a refined and decorative appearance, when it cost no more? It is merely a matter of coming here to get them. L. N. POMEROY & CO. Telephone 257. EDGERTON, WIS. Wisconsin Grown Seed. Corn Highest Purity and Germination. At Present we Have the Following Varieties: # Badger Yellow Bent Early Prince Wisconsin No. 8 Minnesota No. 13 King of the Earliest Reids Yellow Dent Lonfellow’s Yellow Flint Mammoth White Cory Darling’s Fertilizer for Corn. Tobacco, General Crop. L. C. WHITTET This is the Time to Boy Deere Corn Planter I have sold six and have 14 more to sell at $38.00. THE BEMIS TRANSPLANTER at $50,00. Or der early if you need one as I can not get any more this season. I have 10 Corn King MANURE SPREADERS that must be sold as I need the room. Everything will be priced as low as possi ble and one price to all. I> will give lO per Cent Off On Cream Separators for two weeks to reduce the stock. I have the Blue Bell and Dairy Maid. The Fuller & Johnson pumping engine is reduced from S7O to S6O. Call and see me and I will sell you anything you need . at the right price. JAY B, SHAW, edgerto j lSCoN sin. Ba dger White Dent W sconsin No. 7 M,nnesota King V/hite Cap Yellow Dent Pride of the North Angel of Midnight King Phillip Red Cob Fodder Corn