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DENTISTS, Office over Perry’s Dry Grooms Store. _ .. i Office 158 Telephone Nos Residence 78 Bdgsrton ~ "Wisconsin DR. J. L. HOLTON, DENTIST. Office in the Ladd ‘Bind Holton Hloch. EDGERTON, WISCONSIN. DR. A. T. SHEARER Physician and Surgeon _ „ f 7toß a. m.; Ito3p. m. Office Hours f 7 io -€ p. m. OFFICE AT RESIDENCE 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 & Farinan Store HENRY C. PRICE. Carpenter & Builder, Bdgerton, Wis-;onoin. aSTIMATCRBSK FULLY 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 Postcffice Edgerton, - - Wisconsin. H. R. MAR I IN Attorney and Counselor-at Law All Papers Drawn* Prompt attention to collections Office over Ist National Bank. C. iVi* Lw/ijUiJ', Attorney and Couasellor-at-Law. REAL ESTATE FIRE INSURANCE IOdOKRTON. - WrsCOKSIK. C. E. SWEENEY, Dealer in Real Estate, JSdgrerton, Wisconsin, WISCONSIN and WESTERN LANDS for sale or exchange. 11. E. PETERS A SON DEALERS IN Fresh and Salted Meats, Fish, Game and Poultry. Butchering bone for Farmers at tne follow rates: Beeves, per head - - 500 Swine, per head - - - tiOc Sheep, per head - - lOe Calves per head - - - ICc GEORGE NICHOLS Dealers in all Kinds of Fresh and Salted Me Is OYSTERS AND FiSH Butchering on Reasonable Terms .ity Steam Laundry H.M. RAYMOND, Prop. Satisfaction Guaranteed TeleDaone 37. Edgerton, Wis Granite Monuments Of all Descriptions at Right Prices Fort Work Jos. F. Prop. 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We fi k are representing some of the 9 ■ best companies doing business & § •- in the United States. | Bi§| Risks I IOR I Small Ones I We are prepared to handle in surance of any amount you want. Do not place your insur ance without seeing j E. M. LADD 1 INSURANCE AGENCY I EDGERTON, WIS. PARKER’S 1 Hi HAIR BALSAM | W Helps to eradicate dandruC. | For Restoring Color and | - ir-i n -- ~.Trr - BRYAN TOLLS Charges Platform Plank Was Put in hy Subterfuge. PARTY NEVER FOR SUBSIDIES "Secretary Sustains President’s Posi tion in issue of Commoner—Says the United States Holds Proud Posi tion Among Nations —Tells About Great Brita'n. WASHINGTON. Secretary Bryan hus thrown himself in the canal tells fight and by doing so has raised another issue which will increase the bitterness in the Democratic party. He charges in effect that the tolls exemption plank in the Baltimore p.atform was inserted through subter fuge without the convention realizing the full meaning of the declaration. Occupies Proud Position. Secretary Bryan, in his statement, also gives for the first time his own appreciation of the standing of this nation under the present administra tion of the state department, in the eves of the world. ‘Wc occupy today,” says he, “a proud position among the nations. We are foremost advocates of peace and arbitration. We are becoming more and more a moral factor throughout the world.' What England Has to Do With It. “What has Great Britain done to justify the accusation that she is try ing to dictate to this country. She has simply called attention to the te”ms of the treaty and asked for ar bitration of the questio nof construc tion in case this government differs from the British government in the construction to be placed upon the. language. "‘ln th e controversy over the Wel land canal Canada withdrew a dis crimination which she had made in favor of Canadian ships in order that no cause for friction with the United States authorities in regard to the natter shall exist. “Why cannot the United States withdraw a discrimination for the same reason? Th e ‘Surrender to Eng land’ argument is being used now just as it has been used in the past and for the benefit of the same selfish in t wests, but now that the people have secured tariff reduction they can no onger be frightened by this subter fuge.” TOW IS Vilen IN FI6HT FOR LIBERTY Habeas Corpus Writ Granted by Federal Judge of Goner#’. CONCORD, N. H. Judge Aid rich in the United States district court here early in the day granted the writ of habeas corpus releasing Harry eKndall Thaw, the Matteawan asylum fugitive. This is the climax of a long fight for the liberty of the millionaire who killed Stanford White. After the escape of. Thaw from the New York state asylum he went to Canada, where he was arrested. After a lonb imprisonment there Thaw was deporced and was rear lested in New Hamphshire, where he has been fighting for his liberty ever since, opposed by his old time foe, 'William Travers Jerome. POLICE GRAFTER IN PRISON Fo r mer St. Paul Chief of Police Sent to Penitentiary. ST. PAUL, MINN. Martin Flanagan, former chief of the St. Paul police department, and Fred Turner, a former city detective, convicted sev eral weeks ago of participation in the collection of thousands of dollars of blackmail from women of the under world, were taken to Stillwater, Minn , to begin serving indeterminate sen tences of from .one to ten years in the •state penitentiary. “DRYS” GAIN IN MINNESOTA Town Never Without a Saffion Car. Hed by Liquor Foes. ST. PAUL. Temperance ad vocates are elated over their victories in a large majority of Minnesota cities of the fourth class. Madison. Marshall, Luverne and Canby, for a score of years leading saloon town3, and even historic St. Peter, where sa loons have operated continuously for more than sixty years, were swept in to the “dry” column. KILLS “WRECKER” OF HOME Texas Physician Murders Foreman of Arizona Ran c h. PHOENIX, ARIZ. T. E. P. Booth, foreman of a ranch near here, was shot and killed by Dr. L. E. Wig gins, a physician of Shelby county, lex. Dr. Wiggins surrendered to the Fheriff. The physician explained that Bcoth ; who arrived here a month ago frosa Texas, had wrecked his home. WILLIAM GASPAR Advance Agent of Queen; Ar ranges Eleonore’s Visit to U. S. Photo by American Press Association. Preparations for the arrival in New York 01 Queen Eleonore of Bulgaria began with the appearance of William Caspar, an American resident of Bul garia, and a visit to Washington made by Clayton Rockhill, just ap pointed honorary consul general in the United States for the Bulgarian government. Caspar, who arrived aboard the steamship Imperator and may be described at her advance agent, said the Bulgarian queen s plan to sail from Hamburg on the aiserin / iguste VictoriaK May 22 may be changed. She may leave on the Imperator May 27. Professor Ol iver Bainbridge, an English scholai and author of note, will be here next, week on the liner Amerika and will bring more information regarding her visit- : SHORT GUTS TO THE NEWS The dowager Empress of Japan is dead of heart iailure. Ten cities went Democratic, five in dependent and one Republican in the mayoralty elections in Missouri. John D. R°ckefeller has given S7 CD, 000 to help replace the facilities de stroyed in the fire at Wellesfey col lege. A fifteen-day period f°r public hear ing? on the canal tolls repeal bill Lua been decided upon by the senate canals committee. Billy Burke, the famous actress, and Florenz Ziegfeld, the musical comedy producer were quietly mar ried last Saturday, at Hoboken, N. Y. Frofesoc? r Henry H. Savage, former ly of Liberty, Mo., head of the Eamp- U n Woman’s college, near Newport News, Va., committed suicide by shooting. Four of the statues in the cele brated Avenue of Victory in the Tier garten, Berlin, were mutilated in the night. One cf them is that of Freder ick the Great. Socialists net a landslide in the Milwaukee mayoralty election, End ing, nonpartisan, winning by <5,000 majority. Ke carried with him the whole nonpartisan ticket. Governor G B orge H. Hodges of Kan sas has been sued by Mrs. Luella West of Wichita, Kan., who charges him with striking her during an alter cation in his office. She asks $2300 damages. Two bandits were killed in a battle beLveen a band of robbers and a large posse cf ew Hazelton, B. C., cit izens. The men had robbed the Un ion Bank cf C anada and escaped with $llOO cash. Cr.e of the rare rnimais which the Roosevelt expedition will bring back is a Cururo, a rare rodent, which the colonel shot recently. The expedition has collected 1500 specimens in its trip to America. Presid c nt Wilson is deeply concern ed over the health of Mrs. Wilscn and nas sought the strictest isolation at White Sulphur Springs, W. Ya. He hopes here, to give Mrs. Wilson the advantage of a complete rest. Rev. Louis R. Patmont, “dry” pas tor of Westville, near Danville, 111., disappeared cn the eve of election and it is feared he met with foul pi ay. Posses are scouring the coun try and church workers have hired detectives to unravel the mystery. • Twenty-five miilicn dollars is the amount the United States agrees to pay to Colombia for the partition of Panama and the acquisition ot the canal zone in the treaty signed in Bogota by American Minister Thomp son and the Colombian authorities. Acco r ding to District Attorney R. H. Jackson, of Pittsburg, Dorothy Ar nold the missing New York heiress, died in the Bellevue ‘house of mys tery.’ The place is notorious as a hospital where illegal operations are performed. A fashion plate youth in Philadel phia declared he was the son of H. H. Ford. th e millionaire motor car manufacturer. He got away with the impersonation for a few hours, but in consequence he will have to stay in jail at least a week. Maiystrate Renshaw held Hr- £SOO bail for a further hearir: ' 17. castor i A The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, in use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of >7 -and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy# /'otcc+U/y* Allow no one to deceive you in this# All Counterfeits, Imitations and f( Just-as-good” are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children —Experience against Experiment# What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare* goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. 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