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DENTISTS, Office over Perry's Dry Goods Store. VT i Office 158 Telephone Nos. Residence 78 Edgerton - "Wisconsin DR. J. L. HOLTON, DENTIST. Office in the Ladd and Holton Block. EDGERTON, WISCONSIN. DR. A. T. SHEARER Physician and Surgeon __ .. i 7toß a. m.; Ito 3 p.m. Office Hours. 7to ßp. m. OFFICE AT KESIDESCE PHONE 20 Edgerton, - Wisconsin. DR. S. F. SMITH Practice Limited To Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat, and Fitting of Glasses OFFICE OVER Shelley, Anderson & Farman Store HENHY C. PRICE. Carpenter & Builder, Edgerton, Wisconsin. SSTIMATCHEER rUt.LV GIVEN . GEO. W. BLANCHARD Attorney - at- Law Office over First National Bank Edgerton, - - Wisconsin PAUL N. GRUBB Attorney and Counselor telephone: no. 12 Office 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 - -50 c Swine, per head -50 c Sheep, per head - -10 c Oalves per head - - -10 c GEORGE NICHOLS Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh and Salted Meats OYSTERS AND FISH Butchering on Reasonable Terms ity Steam Laundry H.M, RAYMOND, Prop. Satisfaction Guaranteed Telephone 37. Edgerton, Wis Granite Monuments Of all Descriptions at Right Prices Fort AtkinsonJJGranite Work Jos. F. Kaunzner, Prop. its Real Luxury of shaving is realized only with the / Electric J HOT WATER < VJ 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 *2O hot water Clean jpOKINC APPLIANCES} Safe Durable EdgertonfElectric Light KtSfeCti Company and 1 GAMAGE 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. G. Schmeling’s Restaurant Spring Roosters.... 11c to ll%c lb. Old Hens to 11 lb. Old Roosters 8c lb. Stags 10c lb. Highest Price Paid for Furs. Veal priced according to quality. Lambs wanted also H. G. Schmeling 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. ■ PARKER’S HAIR BALSAM A toilet preparation of merit. Helps to eradicate dandruff. For Restoring Color and _ Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair. ii andJl ; 00jatDruggist&^^ MSHBdHN COUNTY PROTESTS HIGH TAX Economy Is Hots cf Mealing Held in Spocnsr, Wis. SPOONER, WIS. A conven tion for the -r.unty of Washburn was Fell here when resolutions denounc ing the high taxes and demanding more economical administration of state aifairs were unanimoislv adopt ed Peter Brown, chairman of the town of Evergreen, was chosen chair man of the convention and W. A. Porter of the town of Trego was made secretary. „ The discussion of the existing con ditions and the resultant high taxes was warm at times, the state admin istration coming in for some severe criticism. A committee on resolu tions consisting of T. H. Hillman Frank Hammill and G. H. Ross wac appointed and reported in resolutions stating that the convention was ab solutely nonpartisan, its object be ; ng to nominate delegates to a state con vention, if one is called, who will vote for men for all state offices who will pledge themselves to practice econ omy in the operation of all state in stitutions. KILLED BY REJECTED SUITOR Chicagoan Slays Widow of Saloon Owner and Ends His Own Life. MILWAUKEE. George Shields of Chicago early in the evening shot and killed Mrs. Celia Schmidt Lynch, widow" of John Lynch, former owner of three saloons in the loop district of Chicago, at her home, 407 Cedar street, because she refused to marry him, and then killed himself. The bodise were discovered by Joseph Scully, a former Chicagoan, whose wife was Lynch’s sister, when he called at the house an hour after the tragedy. Shields, according to Milwaukee relatives of Mrs. Lynch, had been one ,f her suitors before she was mar ried, and after the death of her hus band renewed his attentions until she moved here to escape them. He is said to have threatened to kill her and to kidnap her child. Mrs. Lynch's budy will be sent to Chicago for bur ial, and it is probable Shields’ body also will be buried there. PAVLOWA AGAIN HURTS FOOT Russian Dancer Calls Doctors After Milwaukee Performance. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Al though her managers declare that the injury is not serious, Anna Pavlowa, Russian dancer, had four doctors in consultation after her performance here. She injured her foot during the afternoon performance and for a time there was danger of calling o.T the performance. Mme. Pavlowa went on with her part of the program, but confined her self to dances which imposed little strain on her foot, which was the one injured recently. After the perform ance she limped. The managers said none of her engagements would be canceled, but the dancer did not add her assurance. BOXING NETS STATE SIO,OOO Wisconsin Gets Big Sum From Five Per Cent Tax on Fights. MILWAUKEE. The state of Wisconsin has been enriched to the extent of SIO,OOO by the 5 per cent tax levied on the receipts of th§ va rious licensed boxing clubs in the state since the new law governing boxing contests has been in force. With the boxing season but half over, Walter H. Liginger, chairman of the boxing commission, says that the total return to the state from this source will amount to almost $20,000 at the end of the season. The total expense to the state for the commis sion will not exceed $3,000. There are now twenty-two boxing clubs in the state licensed under the law. MISSING MAN’S BODY FOUND GeorSe Earl, Who Disappeared Last November, Believed a Suicide. KENOSHA, WIS. The body of George Earl, a former Kenosha business man, who disappeared las: November, was found in the lake just north of Winthrop Harbor. Earl has been in ill health and de spondent for some time prior to his disappearance and it is believed that he committed suicide. RETURNS S6OO EMBEZZLED Ex-Employe, After 15 Years, Sends Wisconsin Firm a Che^k. MARIENETTE, WIS. A local lumber company received a generous contribution as a conscience fund. A former employe who left the ser vice of the concern fifteen years ago without a suspicion of wrongdoing sent a check for S6OO, saying it is the return of money which he embezzled while an employe. Children Join in Contest. SUPERIOR, WIS. Several thousand Superior school children are preparing to enter a gardening contest whi 'h will be held under the auspices of the city board of educa tion. WISCONSIN GRIEFS Mrs. Timme Quits Baseball. MILWAUKEE, WIS. Happy and glad to get back to Mrs. Agnes Havenor-Timfire has re turned after a six-month visit m Pari* Mrs. Timme disavowed an? partner ship in the management of the base ball team of which she was manager during the last successful season. She says that when she married Mr. Tim me in New- York on her way across, she decided to let him attend to base ball matters. She is very much U terested in the team, and she is s, re it will have another successful sea son, but she will not interfere with the plans in any way. Hugh W. Jones Is Dead. DODGEVILLE, WIS. Hugh W. Jones, one of oDdgeville’s oldest cit izens, was buried in the new family mausoleum here, the Masonic lodge having charge of the ceremonies. Mr. Jones was born in Wales in 1835, and came to Wisconsin in 1855. He came io Dodgeville in 1857. In 1863 he. ivfth R. G. Owens, established the mercantile firm of Jones & Owens, which did the leading business in this section for many years. He is sur vived by five children —Jane, Mary. Ethel an dArtliur R. of Dodgeville and Alice L. of Milwaukee. Athletes Are Evangelists. MADI SO N, WI S.— Three of the university’s star athletes have ■temporarily turned evangelists. A deputation team consisting of ‘Tubby” Keeler, all-American guard: Walter D. Powell, football center, and J. F. Macholka, diamond artist, together with Lester Rogers, presi dent of the Y. M. C. A. and Elmer Joyd is spending Sundays at Par deeville talking to high school boys on the meaning of college and the necessity of leading clean Christian ives. Wants Reassessment Cut. RACINNE, WIS. John Owen who brought about the reassessment of city property by the state rate commission, has asked the council for a rebate of SIO,OOO on his assess ment. Owen’s valuation was raised SIO,OOO by the reassessment. The re assessment doubled the city valuation. Shot in Front of Target. SUPERIOR, WIS. unning directly in front of a target, just as a watchman on a boat wintering m the harbor was about to fire at it Al b<-'"t Papineau, 13 years old, received in his body practically the whole load from a shotgun. Because of the air tnuce it is believed he will recover. Fire Loss $295,790 In Month. MADISON, WIS. The month ly statement of State Fire Marsha s Host shews that during March tho-e vere 190 fires in Wisconsin, causing a less of $295,790. Fire originating in chimneys were the most common, numbering 76 and causing a loss of 871,430. Two-Cent Fare for A|[ Wisconsin. MADISON, WIS. T:i c rail roads have filed with the railroad commission of Wisconsin amendments to their passengers tariffs to become effective May 1, 1914, which provide that hereafter they will have straight two-cent-a-mile fare for all distances traveled. Kick Saves Life. GREEN BAY, WIS. Edward Gerchock, Glenmore, owes his life to his presence of mind. His coat was caught in a wood sawing machine and the saw was slowly cutting into his flesh when he stopped the saw by kicking the drive belt from the pulley. Woman Dies at 91. MAIDEN ROCK, WIS. Mrs. Castor Taylor, ninety-one, for fifty two years a resident of Maiden Rock, is dead. She is survived by her hus band, who is ninety-three years old. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor had been mar ried seventy-three years. 300 Attend Cattle Sale. WAUKESHA, WIS. Three hundred short horn breeders from all section of this county and Canada at tended the Anoka farm cattle salt here One bull, Royal Silver, brought $1,665. Forty-five head of ca'ves ana yearlings average $466. Three Girls Near Death. BELOIT, WIS. Unda Kem fer, Nora Matson and Sara Darby, three young girls, were playing on a raft in Turtle Creek and the raft cap tized. Had it not been for the pres ence of some railroad men the girls would have drowned. Postoffice Is Robbed. COUDERAY, WIS. The post office here was robbed. An entrance was forced through a window. Seme mall change and a book of money or ders was taken. All signs indicate ork of professionals. No trace was left. To Close Postal Banks. MANITOWOC, WIS. The pos tal savings banks at St. Nanianz and Yalders, this county, will be closed, he banks were established nearly a year ago, but no deposits have been u ade at either place. Child Boils to Death. CHIPPEWA FALLS, WIS.— John Yorke, four years old, of the town of Ruby, was found, after a search of several hours, in *he hot lond of the mill. Death had occurred some time previously. PE mm ;; A\cgetabl?PreparationforAs-! sgS= 8 similating the Foocf andßcgula ting tite Stomachs andßowjlsof llw Promotes DigestionJCheerful-1 P> ness and Rest.Contalnsneither i Opium.Morphint norMiueral! KSo Not Narcotic. 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