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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
FRIDAY, MACH 19, 1915 CORRESPONDENCE Albion Miss Cleva Touton was a Madison Saturday and Sunday. Mr. H. E. Schroeder of Milton Jet., was here on business Monday. Mrs J. J. Noble was sick with lum bago from Friday until Mon Jay. Mr. Lester Kelly is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Palmiter at present. Mr. and Mrs. James Herrington took supper with Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green Monday night. Sidney Green and Carrol Coon of Milton college visited Sidney’s parents from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lawton of Mil ton Junction, visited relatives and friends here from Tuesday until Fri day. Miss Ruby McCarthy visited her aunt, Mrs. Geo. Chatfield and family at Milton Junction a portion of the week. The Academy basket ball team went to Beloit Thursday night and played a very interesting game with the team there. Elmer Dixon, a graduate of the Academy in 1914, of Brodhead, visited friends and schoolmates here Wednes day and Thursday. Mrs. H. F. Stillman and daughter Kathryn visited Mrs. Stillman’s sister, Mrs. W. B. Maxon and family the first of the week. The concert which was given here last Wednesday night by the Chicago Concert Cos. was very interesting and enjoyed by every one present. The Misses Gaea Rein and Theresa Felland, ’l2, of Stoughton called on schoolmates and friends here Saturday and took some pictures of the ruins of Main hall, where they roomed for four years. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Drake were sur prised Thursday night when a nnmber of neighbors and friends came in with filled baskets and spent the evening with them in honor of their 25th wed ding anniversary. Rev. Halverson of Rockdale preached a very interesting sermon to the stu dents and faculty of the Academy Sun day. Mrs. Halverson came with the Rev. to see the ruins of the fire and visit their son Nestor who is teaching here. Hast Porter Sid Watson spent Monday night at Harry Boothroyd’s. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christian vis ited Mrs. Moen Thursday. Miss Jennie Oleson spent Friday night with Mrs. Ella Peach. Clifford Vickers of Albion Prairie spent Sunday with Rollin Ellison. Miss Lillian Viney of Edgerton spent Saturday night with Miss Irene Bootn royd. Prof. Vaughn of Appleton college supplied the Stebbinsville pulpit Sun day. Herbie Herried delivered a nice lot of steers to Carl Peters in Stoughton on Monday. Little Clare Viney is visiting at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Boothroyd. Miss Susie Nelson is spending the week visiting her sister, Mrs. Carl Lein on Albion Prairie. Sterel Hartzell and sons Tom and Lester attended the Y. M. C. A. meet ing in Edgerton Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Zieman Jr., baby and daughter and. August Zieman spent Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Nels Moen. Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. John Jenson, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Furseth spent Thursday with Ed. Jen son and wife. The auction sale held by Reinhold Maas last Thursday was well attended in spite of the bad roads and things in general sold for good prices. The Misses Alice and Emma Wright entertained Mesdames Wm. Gilley, Herbie Herried, Jas. Spike and Mrs. Viney at supper Thursday p. m. A farewell party was given Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Maas at their home on Saturday evening by about forty of their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Maas moved to their new home in Edgerton the first of the week. Porter Clem Ludden is sawing wood in this vicinity. Karl Becker spent Sunday with his parents here. Mr. M. Phillips and family are mov ing to Cooksville. Mr. M. -Smith of Northern Wisconsin is visiting relatives here. Edwin Ford has hired out to J. W. Bates for the coming season. Miss Loretta Boyle entertained a lady friend from Evansville over Sun day. W. Spear hauled his household goods to Leyden and shipped them to Adams county. Leslie Viney and Harold Peters were through here purchasing stock on Monday. Mr. Rowley and family have moved from Marshfield and are located on the Frank Sperry farm. The Larkin Club met wfith Mrs. Owen Boyle on Thursday, Mar. 11. Delicious refreshments were served and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. The teacher, Miss Emma Bates and pupils of Eagle school will give a pro gram and box social on Friday even ing, March 19. Every one invited. —Ward’s 10c cakes like home made at Conn’s. —Becker’s Electric Weld Soldering Wire mends graniteware. 14t2 Stoughton Carl Teisberg, son of 0. K. Teisberg, Stoughton, has gone from Spokane, Wash., to become cashier in the Re serve bank at Minneapolis, according !to a letter received by the father. For eight years he has been in a Spokane bank and the promotion comes as a recognition of his ability and careful I attention to business. t Supervisor Elmore Tusler was Satur | day pronounced to be suffering with ; smallpox and is quarantined at his home on Oak street. Three weeks ago ; last Friday, his daughter Grace,- who is i employed in Madison, came home, ! broken out with what Madison physi ! cians had diagnosed as chickenpox. 1 Two weeks ufterwards to a day, Mr. : Tusler became ill, but his ailment puz -1 zled the physician in attendance until ; Saturday when the eruption, which had j begun to break out the day before, had ! become pronounced. Wm. Gould is hobbling about on ' crutches as the result of an accident the other day in which he tore the liga ments and broke one of the bones of his left foot. Mr. Gould, who is af icted at times with sudden spells of dizziness, was standing on the top of a stepladder outside of the residence of his sister, Mrs. E. H. Johnson, and was taking measurements for window screens when he felt that he was be i coming dizzy, and rather than let him self fall, he made a hurried jump which landed him on a cement walk, with the resnlt that he was injured as above stated. A marriage license has been granted to Teno Alme and Marie Krekling, both of Dunkirk. Mr. Alme is a son of Mrs. Nels Alme, and the bride is the eldest daughter of Hans Keckling. The wed ding took place Wednesday afternoon at 4 o’clock at the home of the groom’s mother, in the presence of relatives and a few invited friends of the young couple, Rev. J. J. Lee officiating. The newly-weds will make their home with the bride’s father in Dunkirk. Fulton On Friday evening, March 19th, a county fair social will be given by the Fulton Social Center in ladies hall. General admission, 5 cents; and an ad mittance of 1 to 5 cents for various shows. A winter fair is unusual but be sure not to miss this for you will have a good time. Common Council Proceedings. Edgerton, Wis., March 15, 1915. Regular meeting of the common council, Mayor Skinner presiding. Al dermen present: Arthur, Cleary, Dall man, Stark. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Following bills were presented and allowed: Edgerton Telephone Cos., phone use $ 4 32 C. M. St. P. Ry. Cos., freight 32 44 A. E. Skinner, exp. in Millie trial 3 82 W. Fritzke, damage to garden in laying .sewer 10 00 Aid. Cleary moved that city clerk be instructed to draw an order in favor of Maryland Casualty Cos. for $608.65 in full settlement of paving contract on Albion and Rollin streets. Roll call on motion —Ayes 4. Aid. Arthur moved that and specifications for improvement of South Main street from city limits or at a point near thereto, north a distance of approximately 80 rods, drawn by City Engineer Jones, be and are hereby ac cepted,. and that the same be placed on file in the office of city clerk. Roll call on motion—Ayes 4. Aid. Stark offered the following res olution and moved its adoption: Whereas, It is deemed advisable, expedient and necessary to extend the alley in Block Twelve O. P. of the City of Edgerton, through all of said Block Twelve to Swift street by purchasing such property as is necessary for such extension, and Whereas, The title to the alleyway now in use in said Block as a public highway is in question, and Whereas, It is necessary to secure title to all of said alleyway by purchase or by gift: now, therefore, lie it Resolved by the Mayor and Common Coun cil. That the street committee be and is hereby instructed to secure by agreement title to all of said alley now in use as such, and to secure such options on property not now used as an alley and necessary for such extension, and make report at next meeting of the Common Council. Roll call on resolution—Ayes, 4 Following communication from May or Skinner was read: March 10, 1915. Mr. H. B. Knapp, City Clerk, Edger ton, Wis. Dear Sir: I herewith tender my res ignation as mayor, to take effect April 14th, 1915. I consider this is the proper course, considering the fact that I will be away from Edgerton so much of my time during the coming year. Please bring this before the council at their regular meeting of March 15th, 1915. Signed, A. E. Skinner, Mayor City of Edgerton, Wis. The council took no action on tender of resignation by the mayor. On motion council adjourned to meet Wednesday evening, March 17, at 7:30. H. B. Knapp, City Clerk. Twenty-five Y ears Ago. An incendiary fire which started in the bankrupt stock of a store in the Croft block, conducted by the Fox Bros., totally destroyed the building valued at $6,000, Tuesday evening, March 18. Warrants were issued for the arrest of the Fox Bros. James Croft occupied one of the stores m the block and lost nearly his entire stock. At the P. M. church in Albion on the 11th, Rev. F. J. Vivian united in mar riage Ben H. Cooper and Lucy C. Wil kinson. The supreme court has handed down a decision in the famous Edgerton Bible case which held that the reading of that book or sectarian instruction should not be permitted in the public schools. Ernest Drake and Miss Mable Schaf fer were united in marriage at Milton Junction on the 11th inst by Rev. Hick man. No sales of the 1889 crop above 8 cents. About two-thirds already dis posed of. Friday, March 21, 1890. — Stappenback’s lard, bacon and pic nic hams from Jefferson, Wis., at Conn’s grocery. For custom hatching see Howard Wentworth. Phone 308 Fl3 1 —Tobacco canvas 3£c a yd. at Pringle Bros. Real Estate Bargains. MORTGAGES. i I offer for sale this week the follow ing gilt-edge farm mortgages: SBOO on land worth $3200. Interest 6 per cent. i SISOO on J efferson county 40 acre farm worth $5,000. 6 per cent. $4850, town of Fulton farm worth SIO,OOO. 5 per cent. I $4,000 on well improved farm of 55 acres, town of Oakland. 5 per cent. $5500 on 80 acre farm, town of Oak ; land, valued at SII,OOO. 6 per cent. Also the following city mortgages: I SBOO on well located residence worth $2500. S4OO on residence worth SI,OOO. 6 per cent. I also have other both larger and smaller mortgages than these. RENT. I have a little three room cottage for rent. Also a five room residence. SALE. Well located 8 room house on Stough ton road, lot 4x12 rods, $2300. Fine little residence on Albion street with all modern conveniences, $3200. Residence with 4£ lots of land, $2250. Fine residence with acre of land, $2500. New residence in best residence part of city. Every modern convenience and with garage, $4350. I have the finest list of residence property. You cannot afford to buy without looking it over. I have a dozen or fifteen small tracts of land about the city, some with resi dences and buildings on them; others vacant and suited to farming, and a few suitable to cut up into lots. This is all valuable property and I would be pleased to have you go over it if in need of a small tract. D. W. North. Greased Torpedoes. It is not generally known that every torpedo is covered over with fine vase line so as to make it run easily in its tube as w r ell as to protect the valuable weapon from rust and sea water. Hard Luck. “Terrible predicament Jones was in.” “What was that?’’ “Got in hot water and couldn’t get anybody to bail him out.’’—Baltimore American. To lose money ill is indeed often a crime, but to get it ill is a w T orse one. and to spend it ill is worst of all— Ruskin. — —Fancy navel oranges 15c, 20c, 30c, 40c dozen at Conn’s. —Nice eating potatoes 50c per bu. at Conn’s. Wanted —Live agent to sell Becker’s Electric Weld Soldering Wire to farm ers. It mends tin and granite ware. Address R. H., this office. —Fancy evaporated apricots—Conn’s. -New r vegetables at Conn’s. —Six grape fruit for 25c at Conn’s. See the New Patterns in English Semi - Porcelain Dinner Sets One a very striking design in rich Oriental color orings and full coin gold handles, at $20.00 for 100 pieces Another one, a dainty Dresden border design of small pink roses on a brown background, at $16.50 Other decorated Sets from $9.00 up. M. B. FLETCHER. Sterling Flat Ware Knives Forks Spoons Salad Forks Butter Spreaders Bouillon Spoons We carry the newest patterns and can furnish you any you desire. See our stock before pur chasing as we welcome a comparison of prices. Yours to Please CHAS. H. HITCHCOCK JEWELER “For Wear and Tear an Extra Pair” WOOL WEAR “The National Two Pant Suit” •'lb* .Suil" A boys suit with the unqualified guarantee of the makers to have more wear and more useful and decorative features than any other suit made. Be sure your son gets the WOOL WEAR label in his next suit. Sizes 9to 18--$5.00 and upwards. We Carry a Complete Assortment of These Suits C. H. Babcock souvenir /*i I id rutton CUFF BUTTONS CLUB BUTT ° N leather PENCIL POCKET. 1 ; TfS WATCH FOB ALL p I t'Lj SUTrONS PANTS HANGER Eii¥^^^P^y ß£LT LOOPS CLOTHED LINENE LINED knickers “The National ..Boys Suit" WOOLWEAJR *! ■■■)■.ijl PATENT BUCKLE jX\VjfoLgr Beef® Wine and Iron I Jtgasattji, \ | and boito i:a:::s:::j. rairrawiuicco. ~~~" "T- ■ "4Lv ■CSTQ3JJUiI j'il£fo For Sale Only By DEAN SWIFT Phone 204 The Rexall Store Edgerton, Wis. TTiis Is The Season. when people find it had to find something that satisfies the taste. Let us solve that craving for you. Fresh and Old Vegetables Fancy head and leaf lettuce, green onions, beets, carrots, tur nips, celery, radishes, parsnips, Spanish onions, white and yel low onions, rutabagas and cabbage. Cheese Roquefort, Swiss, Brick, Pimost, Appetitor,. Limbarger, Pi mento, Cream in bricks and jars, mild and rich old American. 7 t Pickles and Relishes Fancy bulk and bottle Olives, stuffed Olives, ripe (Wives, sweet, sour and dill pickles, Catsup, Heinz India Relish, Jams, Jellies. Colvin’s Bakery Goods, Flag and Savoy Brand Canned Goods, Chase & Sanborn’s Teas and Coffees, and Jelke’s Good Luck Oleomargarine always give satisfaction. THE CITY GROCERY Phone 93 Pyre & Wanamaker, Props. WIHM recommended by us for use, particularly, in those cases where the blood is poor, as is evidenced by pale or sallow complexion; where there is listlessness, lack of energy; and in convalescence after fevers and wasting diseases.