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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
Sidney Green of Milton visited at his
parental home over Sunday.
Mr. George Barber took dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Aaby Sunday.
Miss Eleanor Whitford and Master
Bernard Kelly are ill with pneumonia.
The Home Benefit society met with
Mrs. D. D. Emerson Tuesday after
F. B. Lawton is clerking at Stewart
& Schroeder’s in Miss Nellie Babcock’s
A. L. Whitford of Milton Junction
visited relatives here Sunday and Mon
H. E. Thomas and daughter Eunice
visited Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Palmiter
Miss Hazel Emerson and Miss Eloise
Thomas took dinner with Miss Adaline
Green Saturday.
Mrs. Anna Ford and daughter Bessie
visited in Madison from Friday until
the first of the week.
Mrs. Anna McCarthy and children,
Kathryn and Malcolm, of Stoughton
are visiting her mother, Mrs. A. M.
Ford, and children.
Some of those among the sick are
Mrs. C. S. Sayre, Mr. C. M. Sheldon
and Master Roy Whitford.
Floyd Vincent and family of Milton
Junction visited Mrs. Vincent’s sister,
Mrs. H. E. Thomas, and family Sun
day. t
All of the academy students and fac
ulty visited at their parental homes or
with friends from Friday until Monday
Mrs. Glenn Williams and children are
all quite ill with colds. Mr. and Mrs.
Peter Roskar are helping them with
their work.
FJoyd Cook has rented part of Mrs.
E, CfandftiPs residence anjl will move
his family and household goods there
the first of March.
Mr. H. D. Clarke filled the pulpit last
Sabbath day in the absence of Rev. C.
S- Sayre who was ill with the grip.
A very Interesting basketball game
was played here Monday afternoon by
the Miltoii graded school team and the
Albioh graded school teatth the home
team wihning by a score of 26 to 9.
There was no school in Fulton Mon
day it being Washington’s birthday.
Miss Brokumyer spent from Satur
day until Monday at her home in
Miss Artie Attlesey of Janesville
spent from Saturday until Monday at
her home here.
Large crowds attended the Y. M. C.
A. meetings in the hall Saturday after
noon and in the church Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Bentley arrived
home from Chicago Thursday morning
for a few weeks’ visit with her parents
Mr. and Mrs. James Drown.
Miss Stella M. Attlesey wishes to an
nounce that she will give a musical en
tertainment and box social at the Stev
ens school house, four miles south-west
of the village, next Saturday evening.
Everybody cordially invited to attend.
Ladies bring full boxes and gentlemen
full pocketbooks.
The last number of the season's lect
ure course was held in the dhurch Sat
urday evening, February 20th. A
large crowd was in attendance and a
committee appointed to act on the
course for next season. The 1915-1916
committee are J. E. Wallin, Wm. Ely
and John Schofield.
Social Centre and Y. M. C. A. meet
ing was held Feb. 19, promptly at 8:15.
Meeting called to order by the presi
dent and a committee appointed for
next year’s lecture course, after which
Mr. Barney of Madison rendered a solo.
After the solo. Mr. Elliot of Madison
spoke on “Alfalfa,” after which we
listened to an interesting talk on
“Dairy Cows,” given by Mr. Hanson
of Madison. Following this Mr. Bar
ney sang another solo, “I Should Liked
to Have Been with them Then.” Mr.
Foss then g~ve a very interesting talk
on the Short Course in Agriculture.
The last speaker of the evening was
Mr. Markham, his talk being chiefly
on the work being carried on by sur
rounding organizations. The next
of the social centre will be held in the
ladies hall on March sth.
Maurice Cooper is confined to the
house with an attack of the grip.
Mildred Wileman of Milton Junction
spent the week end here.
Gus Wentler’s little daughter is quite
sick. Dr. Shearer is in attendance.
Mrs. G. L. Richardson spent a couple
of days with her sister in Milton Junc
tion last week.
Plans to. organize a Social Center
here have been arranged. The first
meeting will be held Friday evening in
the school house, to which the public is
cordially invited. D. R. McGraw and
wife of the Whitewater normal will en
tertain with musical selections, also a
program of miscellaneous readings.
Plan to be there if you can convenient
ly come; if not convenient, why, come
Chas. Goodrich of Fort Atkinson was
through here Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Kirby were in
Edgerton Saturday night.
Mrs Mat Hammas and son Edwin
spent Sunday with her daughter at
A box social will be given at school
district No. 1 on Friday; Feb. 26th.
Everybody invited.
Misses Helen and Harriet Punzel vis
ited Sunday with Mrs. Cooper who is
very ill.
Mrs. Thomas Andrews sold her farm
to Morten Pierce for $l9O an acre. The
Andrews family will move to Montana
in the near future.
! J. W. Bates and C. C. Hoague de
, livered their tobacco in Edgerton on
Mrs. D. E. McCarthy, Howard and
; Alice of Janesville, spent Sunday at
' Frank Boss’.
Mr. Taylor and bride of Stoughton
called on the latter’s sister, Mrs. E.
M. Nalan on Thursday.
Frank Boss is able to be at his work
again after a two week’s illness with
abscess in the throat.
E. G. Fessenden and family have
moved their household goods onto the
A. B. Fessenden homestead.
Mr. D. Casey Sr. spent a few days
in Janesville last week visiting his
mother and other relatives.
Quite a number of crops of tobacco
have been sold in this vicinity the past
week, prices ranging from 5 to Bc.
The Larkin Club was royally enter
tained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E.
M. Nalan on Thursday, Feb. 11th. De
licious refreshments were served and a
pleasant afternoon spent.
East Porter
Miss Susie Nelson is visiting friends
in Janesville.
Miss Jennie Oleson spent the week
end with her parents in Evansville.
Miss Irene Boothroyd is spending the
week with Grandma Haylock in Edger
Mesdames Moen and Chas. Saxby
called on Mrs. Chas. Zieman Jr. Mon
day p. m. .
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boothroyd spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Viney
in Edgerton.
Mr. and Mrs. Alec Jenson have re
turned from their honeymoon trip and
are now living on the Jenson farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christian and
Miss Susie Nelson were Sunday visit
ors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
The little son of Hans Osteberg and
the two children of Rienholdt Maas,
who have been under the care of Dr.
Morrison, are all improving,
Rev. Leighton of Edgerton and Mr.
Markham, secretary of the county Y.
M. C. A., were entertained Sunday at
the home of Mrs. Ella Peach.
Mrs. Ed. Jenson is so far recovered
that she has been able to go to her sis
ter in Stoughton from the hospital in
Madison and is expected home soon.
Farmers and dealers war
Milk Is Delivered Direct to Consumers
and Prices Are Cut.
OSHKOSH, WIS. A milk war is
being waged at Oshkosh with farmers
on one side and dealers on the other.
Ncncombatants are the principal gain
ers as the price to the consumer has
been lowered from 6 to 5 cents a
Last fall Oshkosh milk men raised
the price. Farmers put. their heads
together and figured that during the
winter about all their horses did was
stand in their stalls and eat. In some
cases they “chipped in” and bought
a wagon, one peddling the product for
his neighbors.
Creameries paid the farmer only
about 3 cents a quart and they got 5
cents from their city customers. They
ar e working up good routes and are
well satisfied with the venture, claim
ing they are getting more money for
their milk, besides “showing up” the
city dealers.
Gray Haired Kenosha Woman Is Then
Granted Divorce.
KENOSHA, WIS. After wait
ing twenty years for the return of her
husband, Mrs. Julia Hastings, 51 years
old, appeared in municipal court here
an c i asked for a divorce. Tt was as
serted the couple had been married
thirty years ago, at McHenry, 111.,
and their home life had been most
happy until a night in March, 1886,
when Hastings left the house. He
never returned. Mrs. Hastings has
sought him all over the country. She
waited twenty years for his return.
“Clifford wa sa good husband and
my only complaint was that he de
serted me,” was the only evidence
given by the aged woman. The decree
was granted without argument. It is
though possible Hastings is dead.
Heme of Girl Who Rejected Italian
Burned After Threat.
KENOSHA. WIS. —After a prelim
inary hearing, Emanuelle Oappello and
Vincenzo Cimino, charged with arson,
were held for trial on bail of $2,500.
Oappello sought to marry Mary Cer
minara, belle of the Kenosha Italian
colony. When he was refused the
hand of the young woman, testimony
showed he had made threats to burn
her mother’s house.
The fire occured on the night before
the marriage of Miss Cerminara and
IHzzo. Many threatening letters were
introduced. Cimino is wanted at
Pittsburg on a charge of attempting to
kill Police Officer Henry Porter of
Pitcairn, Pa.
Original Scotch Capital.
For many generations Perth, and
not Edinburgh, was the capital of

Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys, Belting
for Sale.
Several lines of shafting with hang
ers, different siz°d pulleys, cones and a
quantity of belting for sale at this of
fice very cheap.
Road to Join Green Bay and Depere.
GGREEN BAY, WlS.—With eighty
two out of eighty-nine property owners
voting in favor of a $5,200 bond issue
for construction of a concrete high
way, the long agitated proposition will
no doubt come to a head this spring
It is proposed to construct a concrete
r<*ad from Depere to Green Bay, the
e/ds of the highway to connect with
the pavements in the two cities. Citi
zens of Depere and Green Bay raised
$7,000 for the proposition a year ago.
The Supreme court declared the com
pulsory clause in the highway act un
constitutional, which put a stop to the
work for the time being. It is figured
the highway will cost $45,000.
Rural Phone Company Organized.
MERRILL, WIS. Another ru
ral telephone line has been organized
southwest of Merrill. The new com
pany is known as the Snow Hill Tele
phone company. Officers are: Presi
dent, Louis Kleinschmidt; secretary,
William Yaeger; treasurer, Will Su,
kcw. The construction of the new
line will begin as soon as the weather
Family Is Saved by Parrot.
GREEN BAY, WIS., “What’s
the matter? What’s the matter?”
screamed the parrot in Mrs. Lillian
Kelsch’s home rousing Mrs. Kelsch,
while smoke in the house thickened
almost to the point of suffocation.
Waste oakum set fire when water
pipes were being thawed was the
source of the smoke.
Two Women New P. M.s.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Katherine
Bui lhas been appointed postmaster
at Cavour and Grace Skinner at En
dea\or. Reappointments announced
are: Eliza Phelps, Briggsville; Frank
Briggs, Eden; Home Morris, Green
Lakp; Thomas Money, Larsen; James
Wall, Oxford; Lars Ottoson, Washing
ton Harfior,
Green Bay Hospital to Cost $65,006.
GREEN BAY, WIS. Plang foi*
a,new hospital to cost approximately
$65,000 will be submitted to the di
rectors of the Deaconess sanatorium
here at the annual meeting March 20,
according to announcement. This will
make the third modern hospital built
lierp within three years.
P n eumonia Fatal to S. S. Fifield.
fiela, former lieutenant governor of
Wisconsin and former state senator
and speaker of the assembly, died here
of pneumonia. He was acting gov
ernor for a time, during the Rusk ad
ministration. He' was a thirty-third
degree Mason.
Plan Much Road Building.
RACINE, WlS—County road com
missioners are planning great amount
of road construction for the coming
spring. Numerous new bridges and
concrete roads are under considera
tion. New substances for the crown
ing of highways may be introduced.
Get Free Mail Delivery.
tief has been received by Postmaster
Frank Maas to the effect that the free
mail delivery service in this city will
begin on April 1. Two carriers will be
employed and the mail delivered
twice each day except
Beioiters Rake In Fish.
BELOIT, WIS. Thousands of fish
brought down with high water in Rock
river floundered helplessly about, ap
parently stunned by striking the dam
here Hundreds of carp were raked
by fishermen and hauled away in wag
ons, tubs and boxes.
Kills Wolf in Town.
WAUSAU, WIS. Fred March
of the town of Cleveland, killed a wolf
in his town. He reports that the ani
mals are fairly plentiful in some sec
tions but that it is not possible to hunt
them wih dogs as poison has been put
out in many places.
Chippewa Falls Gets Big Concern.
$30,000 corporation is moving its ma
chinery from Minneapolis to this city
to make its permanent home. It is the
Chi ppewn-Willard Manufacturing com
pany, makers of electrical articles.
Kane County Plans Sanatorium.
KENOSHA. WIS. The Kenosha
county board closed plans for building
a sanitorium for tubercular patients,
giving a committee $25,000 with power
to build. The institution completed
will cost $40,000.
Teachers’ Pension Safe.
MADISON, WIS. The senate
killed the bill repealing the law pro
viding pension for teachers. It also
killed the Ackley bill prohibiting col
lection of telephone fees in advance
of the time due.
Mayor Wants City Hall.
MANITOWOC, WlS—Mayor Stolze
is advocating the 'ouilding of a city
hall, theater and natatorium combined.
The plan may be one of his campaign
Issues this spring.
Shawano School Head Resigns.
SHAWANO, WIS.—L. F. Smith has
resigned as superintendent of the pub
lic school and has accepted a like po
sition at Waupun,
Auction Sale.
I Having decided to rent his farm in
) Porter, 4| miles southwest of Edger
i ton, A. K. W allin will sell at public
| auction on Monday, March Ist, at 1
• o’clock p. m., four head of horses, four
head of cattle, one full blood Short
Horn, one Jersey milch cow. two brood
sows, 50 chickens and a full line of
farm implements, mostly new. The
usual terms. W. T. Dooley will cry
the sale. ~ 2
Martin Olson and Wm. Schrub will
hold a joint sale on the D. Condon farm
one mile north of Newville at 1 o’clock
on Monday, March 8, at which 4 horses,
10 Durham cows, 5 head of young stock
and a full line of implements, hay, feed
etc., will be sold. W. T. Dooley, auct.
H. C. Anderson will hold a sale of
surplus registered Short Horns at auc
tion at the stock yards in Edgerton on
Saturday, March 13 at one o’clock. See
bills for particulars. Dooley, auct.
The Edgerton Wagon Cos. has added
a repair department to their business
in order to take care of the demand
made for this class of work. The fac
tory is equipped in the best possible
manner to turn out the work satisfac
torily and in the least possible time.
A good stock will be kept on hand at
all times for all kinds of repairs. stf
Bulls for Sale— One yearling and
one 18 months old Short Horn bull for
sale. Inquire of Geo. Haylock, Phone
306 F 3. 13t2
For Sale— Two houses on Randolph
street —one new, 7-room, up-to-date
house. Sold cheap to the right party.
Will sell one or both. —B. Harrison.
—Becker’s Electric Weld Soldering
Wire mends graniteware. 14t2
—Becker’s Electric Weld Soldering
Wire mends graniteware. 14t2.
For Sale— About 30 fall pigs and a
few brood sows, by J. M. Sweeney.
Phone 321 F 11. * 14t2
For sale at a sacrifice if taken at
once, warehouse No. 2 in DeForest,
Wisconsin. Write for particulars.—
Mrs. Eggum, 3570 Belden Ave., Chi
cago, 111. 13t4
We do all kinds of
Iff i l*
Cast Iron
Call on
F. F. Burgy
The Chinese Varnish Made to
Walk Upon
Cherry. Mahogany. Oak. Natural. Etc
For Floors, Bar Tops,
Furniture and General
Household Use.
Come tc our store and get a sam
ple of Chi-Namel applied to
wood. Take it home and test it
First. Strike the wood sample a heavy
blow with a hammer, and note that while
the wood may be indented a quarter of
an inch, the varnish has not marred or
cracked. This proves that Chi-Namel
is very elastic.
Second. Place the wood sample in a
tea kettle, and note that boiling water
does cot turn it white. This proves that
Chi-namel contains no rosin.
Third. Apply whiskey. This proves
that Chi-Name! will stand upon bar tops.
Fourth. Allow a can of the varnish
to stand open over night, and note that
there is no evaporation. This proves
that Chi-Namel contains no benzine.
Fifth. Spread varnish over flat sur
face, and brush in every direction, and
note “self levelling” effect. This proves
that all brush marks disappear, and the
result will be pleasing no matter how
inexperienced the applier may be.
Old floors can be made to look like new bard
No need to buy new furniture.
Cbi-Namel will make old furniture look
BETTER than new furniture.
TaL-e no substitute. We invite you to prove
to yourself there is NOTHING just as
good as Cbi-Namel. ’ ’
Coin exclusively by
Phone 257 Edgerton/Wis.
A toilet preparation of merit.
Helps to eradicate dandruff.
For Restoring Color and __
Beauty to Gray or Faded Hair.
60c. and SI.OO at Druffgiats.
Clothing Store ij
Do You Wear Made to
Measure Gothes?
If so we urge you not to place your or
der till you have investigated our lines.
■urtlWliik HL ' ii Y, J i *
The Royal Tailors
Irkanb: mis ri nv o
Exclusive Agency For
75he RoyaJ Tailors
In addition to our regular lines of tailoring we
have taken the agency for The Royal. It is one of
the largest and best known lines in the country and
we intend to feature it. Prices range from
$16.00 to $40.00
Also the L System
Strictly a young men’s high grade line and ranging
from $25.00 up. Call now and make your selec
tion while the assortment is complete. Delivery
can be made later at any time desired.
Notice the display of woolens and prices in
our show window.
Now Is The Time To
Have Your
House Wired
Any Kind of Wiring
Estimates Cheerfully Furnished
All Kinds Electric Fixtures
No Doubt you Failed to Can
Much Fruit Last Summer
owing to the high cost of sugar. If so, we have canned and
preserved fruits of unusual merit and price to meet your needs.
Challenge Preserves per jar 25c
Savoy Preserves, per jar 15 and 25c
Beechnut Jellies, per glass 15
Fig Marmalade per glass 10, 15, 25c
Tempter Preserves, per glass 10c
Also, we have nice Maple Sugar, put up in slightly
damaged gallon pails, reduced from $1.50 to 90c
Serve this with your pancakes and see how much better
they taste.
Remember That while they last we are selling
Largest and Best Oranges in Town for the Least Money
35c per dozen
Phone 93 Pyre St Wanamaker, Props.

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