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Matter of Care and any woman knows that complexion is a most important factor in charm and beauty. Monarch COLD CREAM a cents Consistently used will give any woman an attractive complexion. It is a protection against wind and weather and an efficient skin cleanser. Best for Tan and Sunburn LOETZ’S DRUG STORE WILLSON BLOCK EDGERTON, WIS. Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1914 CORRESPONDENCE Milton Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Driver have issued invitations for the marriage of their daughter, Miss Emma Marie, to Mr. Chester Arthur Cline of North Yakima, Wash., which will take place Wednesday, Sept. 2. O. W. Babcock of Nortonville, Kas., departed for his home Tuesday morn ing after spending a short time visiting friends here. Mr. Babcock came from Battle Creek, Mich., where he had been to attend a family reunion. A cablegram received from Miss Alberta Crandall, Friday, sent off at 4 o’clock in the morning from Zurich, Switzerland, stated that they had just escaped from Germany after a two weeks’ detention there. They were well and hoped to be safely back home in about two weeks. After many weeks of intense suffer ing, Mrs. S. A. Miller, who was a vic tim of cancer of the face, passed away at her farm jhome in northeast Milton Monday, August 17, 1914, soon after neon. The funeral services were held from the home Thursday afternoon and the remains were laid to rest in the family lot in the Milton cemetery. The peace of several Milton Junction residences was threatened by burglars Monday night. Henry Williams and R. W. Kelly both discovered Tuesday morning that their cellars had been en tered. Mrs. Williams is not certain that her canned fruit supply is intact and Mr3. Kelly is certain that a batch of cookies and a quarter’s worth of sugar are missing. Late in the even ing Bert Button heard someone prowl ing about his house and got up. A per son was seen crawling into E. C. Mc- Gowan’s yard toward the house. Officer G. W. Maltpress was notified and with other help rounded up two bad looking characters. They were placed in the Milton lockup till morning, and having no tangible evidence against them, they were released. Cambridge Social Lodge, No. 245, F. & A. M., held a special communication Tuesday evening, August 4th, called by J. A. Scobie, W. M., for the purpose of be stowing the past master’s jewel upon ten worthy members who have hereto fore served this lodge in that capacity. On Tuesday afternoon a very severe lightning storm raged over Cambridge, lasting well into the night. No build ings were struck here but many elec tric light bulbs and fuses were burned out. At the lake a bolt struck Atty. H. L. Wilson’s house, doing only slight damage to porch and shingles. Mr. J. H. Townsend is in a precari ous condition at the Stoughton hos pital. Last Wednesday he underwent the second operation, the surgeons am putating his left leg above the knee, with the hope of checking the spread of gangrene which had set in. Mr. Townsend’s advanced age is a serious handicap in the efforts to check the disease. Last Monday morning about 2 o’clock as some young men from Whitewater were going through town', they noticed a light flashing in Hanson & Onstad’s store. /They reported to Andrew Kamp estad and Joe Jenson who discovered a burglar prowling around inside. Joe rattled the front door just as the man was tampering with the cash register and caused him to make a hurried exit through the window’ he had removed in the rear. EvansvlU* Harvey P. Main, an old resident of Brooklyn, was found dead in bed Tues day morning, probably from a second stroke of paralysis. Miss Josephine Dumphy and Edward Moore were married at Brodhead on Tuesday, August 18. They left imme diately "on a wedding trip to milwaukee and other cities. Romance short and sweet culminated Saturday in the marriage of Anna Berg of this city and Charles Winkle man, a prosperous farmer who lives with his aged mother on a farm two miles north of Footville. The bride is 60, while the man of her choice is 20 years her junior. A bit of excitement was furnished Tuesday when one of the men on the paving job became angry and hit his nearest neighbor on the head with a shovel. Order was quickly restored, however, and the affair closed with the summary dismissal of the man who started the trouble. Deerfield Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Anderson and lit tle daughter of Edgerton spent several days of the week here with relatives. Mrs. E. D. Nelson spent several days last week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Otto Smithback, in Christiana. . Mrs. Myron Monson and little son of Chicago, who have been spending the past two months at the T. G. Thomp son home, returned to their home on Saturday last. Burr Armstrong last week sold his farm of 20 acres, lying southeast of the village, to Mrs. Edna Leland. The consideration was $175 per acre. The farm is well improved. Edward Jargo died at the home of his uncle, Martin Jargo, on Saturday morning, Aug. 15. He came here to the home of his uncle about three weeks ago, and did not feel very well at the time, having been overheated while working in a blacksmith shop at Jefferson. He became steadily worse and brain fever set in which was the cause of his death. Stoughton Nels Quale’s star is setting as a long distance pedestrian. Friday night at the armory William H. Brown, a young Englishman from Oregon, beat him by only ten feet in a ten mile walk. Quale led until the final four laps when Brown walked the veteran down. The town sports wavered a lot of coin on the match. Lydia Larson, the 13 year old girl who of late has achieved undesirable notoriety, was Thursday brought be fore Justice Gilbert by Chief of Police Hanson who charged her with being in corrigible. Justice Gilbert decided that she should be given another chance, and placed her on probation to the chief of police to whom she must re port either in person or in writing ev ery two weeks. She is to go to the home of an aunt residing near Brook lyn, and it is hoped being thus removed from her present associations will have a beneficial effect on her character. Mr. and Mrs. George Hedemark and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Olson and little son Everett and Earl Davenport motored over to Evansville Thursday to attend the fair. While enjoying a ride on the merry-go-round at the fair grounds, one of the large steam pipe braces of the merry-go-round fell and struck Mrs. Hedemark on the shoulder and arm, and Mrs. Olson on top of the head. Her hair served as a buffer so she escaped injury, but Mrs. Hede mark’s dress was torn and her arm scratched by the pipe. The proprietor lost no time" in settling for the damage by the payment of a five*dollar bill. The two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson, who are camping at Camp Dewey, Friday afternoon man aged to get hold of a milk bottle in which there was a small quantity of gasoline, and presumably under the im pression that it was water, he drank a few drops. He was immediately taken ill, but fortunately the quantity that he had drank was so small that he soon recovered from the effects. Mrs. Twickembury. “We went to the cathedral last Sunday,” said Mrs. Twickembury, “and we heard the ‘Magna Charta’ beautifully sung.”—Punch. How’s This. We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney fe Cos., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimon ials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation Public Notice All I ask is to have you step into my Studio and hear the Edison Diamond Disc. One listen will convince the most skeptical. It has been adopted by the Musical Conservatories through out the Nation. Bardeen’s Studio. * • Interesting Local Hints —An SIBOO real estate mortgage for sale by Atwell & Blanchard. A nearly new surrey and a light single buggy for sale by Harry Ash. Too Many Books In 1600. In bewailing- the fact that too many books are published Mr. Heinemami re echoes a complaint made over three centuries ago. Barnaby Rich, in his preface to “A New Description of Ire land.” published in 1000. writes: “One of the diseases of this age is the multi tude of books that doth so overcharge the world that it is not able to digest the abundance of idle matter that is every day hatched and brought into the world, that are as divers in their forms as their authors be in their faces. It is but a thriftless and thankless occupa tion, this writing of books. A man were certainly better to sit singing in a cobbler’s shop, for his pay is certainly a penny a patch! But a book writer, if he get sometimes a few commenda tions of the judicious, he shall be sure to reap a thousand reproaches of the malicious.”—London Chronicle. PAID ADVERTISEMENT Written and authorized by R. G. Scheibe!, 340 Locust St., Beloit, Wis. Price $2.50 per insertion. •"' ' - 11 Jl W? : -W iwPSIIF jjgg; Who Made Good While in Office Eight years as Police Officer, six as Chief of Police of Beloit, two as Sheriff. I have pride in the fact that the County Board of Supervisors recognized my services as the most economical sheriff the county has had. If again honored with the office, I will perform all the duties faithfully and to the best of my ability. Protect Yo\ir Fruits Agadnst Tadnt Much of the trouble with fruits, berries, etc., canned at home is due to the kettles in which they are heated. In using Lisk 4-Coated Granite Ware this trouble is entirely eliminated. It is built honestly and guar anteed two years. It stands absolutely perfect under the acid test and if a piece goes wrong the article will be replaced without charge. We carry these goods in Stew Kettles Sauce Pans Berlin Kettles Large Coffee Boilers For threshers, picnics, etc. Double Boilers Insets for Tea Kettles P. M. ELUNGSON, Wisconsin. SCHALLER - YOUNG LUMBER COMPANY We Have a Complete Stock of Everything in Lumber Good Grades. Prices Right. Lumber, Cement and Plaster. Cedar Posts and Poles. What Saved the Home. In the American Magazine a man who has had twenty-five years’ matri monial experience says that he and his wife were growing farther apart and constantly quarreling. The family would have been wrecked had it not been for two things, which he describes as follows: “First was the baby—a healthy, charming child—to whom we were in tensely devoted. For months the baby was about the only subject we could agree upon. The other safeguard was our sense of humor. 1 have since thought that no two persons should marry unless one or the other has a sense of humor. With us the sense of humor usually came to the rescue at the most trying times. One or the oth er of us would be struck \v r ith the lu dicrous feature of our quarrel and laugh, and pretty soon we made up.” VOTE FOR R. G SCHEIBEL I Republican Candidate For Sherilf OF ROCK COUNTY At the Primaries Tuesday, Sept. 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