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DENTISTS, Office over Perry’s Dry Goods Store. , . XT t Office 158 Telephone Nos. j- Residence 78 Edgerton - Wisconsin DR. J. L. HOITON, DENTIST. Oißee in the Ladd and Holton Block. EDQERTON, WISCONSIN. DR. A. T. SHEARER Physician and Surgeon I 7toß a. ra. ;1 to 3p.m. (mice Hours 7toß p. in. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE PHONE 20 Edgerton, - Wisconsin. DR. S. F. SMITH PHYSICIAN Special attention given to Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and Fitting of Glasses 4 OFFICE OVER Shelley, Anderson & Farman Store HENRY C. PRICE. rpenter & Builder, Edgerton, Wisconsin. EBTIM ATCH RER FULLY GIVEN. GEO. W. BLANCHARD Attorney - at- Law Office over First National Bank Edgerton, - - Wisconsin PAUL N. GRUBB Attorney and Counselor TELEPHONE NO. 12 Offiee over Postoffice Edgerton, - - Wisconsin. H. R. MARTIN Attorney and Counselor-at Law All Papers Drawn. Prompt attention to collections Office over Ist National Bank. E. M. LADD, Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE Edgerton, - Wisconsin. C. E. SWEENEY. Dealer in Real Estate* Edgerton, Wisconsin, WISCONSIN and WESTERN LANDS for sale or exchange. H. E. PETERS & SON DEALERS IN Fresh and Salted Meats, Fish. Game and Poultry. Butchering Done for Farmers at tne following rates: Beeves, per head - • 50c Swine, per head -50 c Sheep, per head - -10 c Calves per head -10 c BROWN & NICHOLS Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh and Salted Meats OYSTERS AND FISH Butchering on Reasonable Terms City Steam Laundry H. M. RAYMOND, Prop. Satisfaction Guaranteed Telephone 37. Edgerton, Wis Granite Monuments Of all Descriptions at Right Prices Fort Atkinson Granixe Works Jos. F. Kaunzner, Prop. Meal Luxury of shaving is realized only with the / X ic 4SL HOT WATER ' \J when you want it, where you want it, and at just the right temperature Connects to the electrolier like an incandescent lamp Especially convenient when the fire is low or out and there is hot water Simple kOjQ\ Gean ™iNGAPPIIkISI Safe Durable Edgerton Electric Light Company GARAGE We Have a Full Stock of Tires, Tubes, Tanks, Oils, Auto Supplies J. J. CULTON. Poultry Wanted Cash Prices Paid for Poultry Delivered at H. C. Schmeling’s Restaurant Spring Roosters 10c to 11c lb. Old Hens 9c to 10c lb. Ducks 12c lb. Turkeys 16c to 17c lb. Geese 10c lb. Guinea Hens $4.00 doz. Dressed Ducks 15c lb. Dressed Geese 13c lb. Highest Price Paid for Furs. Yeal priced according to quality. Lambs wanted also H. C. Schmeling & Go, 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. FERRIS WINDS UPJINE QUIZ Governor Says That Outsiders Prevent Settlement. PEACE IN REGION SEEMS AFAR Grand Jury's Report Pending—lt is Expected 23 Will Be Indicted—Strik ers Object to Attorney General Be ing Present with Grand Jury—Of ficial Defends Act. HOUGHTON, MICH. Governor Ferris has wound up his personal work in the copper strike district and gone to his home in Big Rapids. “I got what I came for, he said, as he stepped aboard the train. "This strike caai not be settled in a week or a fortnight. I think that if it were left to the miners and employers themselves it would be settled very quickly. It is the advice of the out sider —and this is a somewhat venture some thing to say—that is likely to do more than anything to prolong this strike.” The governor said he thought the present an inopportune time for ex ecutive action calling attention to the fact that the judicial machinery of the state is in full swing. Evictions Become Big Issue. Two additional eviction cases were related to the governor, and it became evident that this phase of the situa tion is likely to assume major propor tions soon. The men who told their stories were strikers from the Winona mine. Theodore Dessenette said that his furniture was thrown out Thursday, and was still in the snow. His wife and four children, ranging in age from ten to eighteen years, he said, were housed with neighbors. Josip Burcar, whose family consists of four children, the eldest less than five years old, said he was not sure his family had been evicted, but that this action had been threatened. He said he got a letter a month ago, but could not read, and therefore did not know its contents. He said one of his chil dren was sick, and that the doctor at Winona "wouldn't come for nothing.” This brought action from the gov ernor. Turning to Dan Sullivan, pres ident of the union’s district council, he told hmi to see that the strike relief provide a doctor at once. Sullivan ex plained that Durcar had made no re port of the illness to his union. Sullivan said that he recognized the union would have to meet the eviction situation soon. He thought that ar rangements could be made for shelter ing and feeding families in halls or commons. Twenty-three May Be Indicted. The Western Federation of Miners, through the attorneys representing them in the copper country, will at tack any indictments returned on grounds of illegality. The charge is made by them that Attorney General Grant Fellows was present in the grand jury room w'hen Charles H. Moyer, president of the Western Fed eration of Miners, testified regarding the deportation and assault charges made by him against the citizens of Hancock. Tw’enty-three names are said to be on the list of those to be indicted, but under the Michigan state law the pub lic announcement of an indictment be fore the return of the capias is con tempt of court, and the strictest se crecy is observed. PRESIDENT IN CAPITAL Mr. Wilson Appears to Be in Splendid Physical Condition. WASHINGTON President Wil son returned to Washington from Pass Christian, Miss. He and his party, in cluding Mrs. Wilson, the Misses Elea nor and Margaret Wilson, Miss Bones and Dr. Gray Grayson, President Wil son’s private physician, went at once to the White House for an early break fast. The chief executive plunged imme diately into the final draft of his mes sage on trust legislation. The presi dent appeared to be in splendid physi cal condition. IDA VON CLAUSSEN LUNATIC Enemy of Roosevelt is Adjudged In sane by New York Court. NEW ORK Mrs. Ida von Claussen, known as “Countess,” and enemy of former President Roosevelt, was adjudged insane by Judge Ma lone and ordered confined in the Mat teawan Criminal Insane asylum. Mrs. von ( laussen for many years declared government officals in a con spiracy against her. She once threat ened to sue Roosevelt for $1,000,000, because he would not let her be pre sented to the Swedish court. TWENTY ARE HURT IN BLAST Sewer Gas Explodes in Cleveland Telephone Conduit. CLE\ ELAND, OHlO—Twenty per sons were injured and fifteen buildings were badly damaged by an explosion ot sewer gas in a telephone conduit. A manhole cover was blown 100 feet into the air and the explosion knock ed down horses and felled people on the street and in offices and homes. Cue building was almost completely wrecked. WISCONSIN BRIEFS Espenhain Cos. Cleared. MILWAUKEE, WIS. —Judge Geiger, In the federal court here, reversed the finding of a commissioner who had urged the punishment of the Es penhain Dry Goods company for con tempt of court for alleged violation of an injunction forbidding the fur ther advertising of the sale of stock of the defunct Lefly department store. The commissioner had granted the injunction under the law which for bids misrepresentation in advertising. The judge held that the advertising had been truthful and dismissed the proceedings against the company. J. J. Harvey Dead. MILWAUKEE, WIS. —John J. Har vey, who rose from a “printer’s devil” of the old days in a newspaper shop to publisher of the Milwaukee Free Press, died following an attack of apoplexy. Mr. Harvey had been connected practically all his life with Milwaukee newspapers, and for several years past had been at the head of the business department .of the Free Press. Before that time he was head of the mechan cal departments of the Milwaukee Sen tinel. Robbers Shoot a Salesman. MADISON, WIS. ln a bold at tempt to rob Tony Colichia, salesman of the Merschi Brothers’ wholesale grocery firm, Chicago, four men fired seven shots at him. One bullet pene trated his side, and another entered his head. In spite of this he ran a half mile and escaped his assailants. Althought he has been conscious at all times, he has been unable to de scribe his assailants. His recovery is not expected. Colichia is twenty-four years old and married. Auto Leaps into Tree. RACINE, WIS. —Suddenly plunged down an embankment thirty feet, his auto going at breakneck speed, strik ing a stone and jumping through space ten feet more to the top of a bjg tree and there hanging with his car sus pended from the branches, was the experience of O. Jensen, auto tester for the Case company. Jensen dropped from the auto to the ground, leaving the machine hang ing to the treetop. He escaped without a scratch. Blast in College Laboratory. BELIOT, WIS. Miss Carrine Marshgan, a junior at Beloit college, narrowly escaped serious burns; Dr. Culver, head of the physics depart ment, had his face cut by flying glass, and James Tear, sophomore, had his hands burned in a small fire at col lege hall of science. It was caused by an explosion while a metal test was being made. Dies in Boiling Water. TOMAH, WlS.—William, the little two-year-old son of John Traman, re siding in the town of Clifton, was kill ed when he toddled against a pan of boiling water which his mother had left on the floor and fell into it. He was rescued almost instantly, but he lived only a few minutes. The acci dent occurred in the presence of the entire family, Trichinae Kills Two. MADISON, WlS.—The State Health Officer C. A. Harper received word from Medford saying that eleven per sons in one family are suffering from trichinae, caused from eating raw pork. Two are already dead and the report says that the others are crit ically ill. Harper warned the public to insist on well-cooked pork before eating it. Life Saver Has Jubilee. RACINE, WIS. Andrew Han son, surfman of the life saving crew, celebrated the thirty-third anniver sary of service with the federal sta tion at Racine. During the thirty, three years he has never been oft duty because of illness even a day. He is the oldest life saver in point of service on the great lakes. Sentenced for Eloping. WAUSAU, WIS. Thomas W. Westley, formerly of Antigo, arrested on Dec. 19 on a charge preferred by Clara Bett, the Norris, Wis., girl who is said to have eloped with him. plead ed guilty and was sentenced to two years in the Green Bay reformatory. Westley and the girl were arrested at Bimamwood. Wealthy Woman Dog Catcher. MILWAUKEE. WIS. —The city’s of. ficial chief dog catcher, Miss Leonore Cawker, a woman of great wealth, who for the city salary of SSO a month pays three men to act as dog catch ers, has ordered that gas and chloro form for the killing of unclaimed pet* be replaced by an injection of strych nine. Green Bay Still Open. MARINETTE, WIS. —Anew rec ord for navigation on Green Bay will be made this week when Ann Arbor will send a car ferry here to close the season's business. It will be the first time in a decade that a boat has been operated on the bay in January. There is no ice on the bay yet. Ask for Police Matron. OSHKOSH, WIS. Mrs. Norab Perkins Jackson is the prime mover in petitioning the city council for a police matron, the petition already having about 150 signers. She says that Chief Dowling is in favor of it, as is also C. F. 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