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GERMANS DRIVE
BAOK SERBIANS
Kaiser Opens Campaign to Aid
Moslem Allies.
SEEKS PATH INTO BULGARIA
Teutons Apparently Intend to .Cut
Passage Through King Peter’s
Realm —Action Is Likely to Bring
Greece and Roumania Into War —
British Troops There Also.
BERLIN (Via London). An
nouncement was made by tlie war of
fice here of an attack by German
forces on the Serbians. It was said
the Serbians were driven back. The
announcement says: “On the northern
bank of the Danube German artillery
engaged in battle Serbian positions
south of the river near Semendria
(twenty-four miles southeast of Bel
grade). The enemy was driven off. His
artillery fire was silenced.”
Opens Balkan Campaign.
LONDON, ENG—The official an
nouncement by Berlin of the attack
by German forces on the Serbians is
the first that Germans are on the Ser
bian front. It has been reported for
several weeks that the Germans and
Austrians were planning anew cam
paign in the Balkans, with the object
of going to the assistance of the
Turks.
Such a move would doubtless be di
rected first at Serbia in an attempt
to force a passage through that coun
try to the Bulgarian border. Turkey,
having made promises of territorial
concessions to Bulgaria, it has been
reported that the latM* nation would
not oppose the passage of German and
Austrian forces to the * tirkish fron
tier. The prediction has been made
that thiii move would bring Roumania
and Greece into the war. These na
tions, as well as Bulgaria, have called
out additional troops recently.
British Forces Sent.
Official announcement was made in
England in July that British forces,
the strength of which was not given,
had been sent to Serbia. A large Brit
ish force, under command of Rear Ad
miral Ernest Troubridge, according to
unofficial advices from Belgrade in
June, has been in Serbia since March.
It is also known that the Serbians
are being assisted in the field by the
French.
EVACUATION OF KIEV
BY RUSS HAS BEGUN
Germans Are Attempting to En
circle Foe at Viina.
PETROGRAD A dispatch
from Kiev to the Bourse Gazette
quotes the director of the Southwest
ern railways as saying that the evac
uation of that town was “proceeding
normally” and that there were on
hand enough cars for this purpose.
Military critics assume in the ab
sence of official information that the
Russian forces have abandoned Viina
and are retiring to the south.
London, Sept. 22. —The Russian
army menaced since the fall of Viina,
by the Germans encircling movement,
is estimated variously at 250,000 to
500,000 men. The conditions under
which the Russians are attempting to
extricate themselves furnish a strik
ing paralled to those which followed
the capture of Warsaw. They may pre
cipitate one of the greatest, if not the
greatest battle which has been fought
on the eastern front.
ASKS U. S. TO CHECK TURKS
Viscount Bryce Issues Appeal in Be
half of Armenia.
LONDON Viscount Bryce
formerly British ambassador to the
United States, issued an appeal to
America to try to stop the slaughter
of Armenians.
“If anything can stop the destroy
ing hand of the Turkish government
it will be an expression of the opinion
of neutral nations, chiefly the judg
ment of humane America,” he said.
“Accounts from different sources
agree that over the whole of eastern
and northern Asia Minor ana Armenia
the Christian population is being de
liberately exterminated, the men ol
military age being killed and the
younger women seized for Turkish
harems.”
Big Slides in Panama Canal.
WASHINGTON, D. C. The earth
slides in the Panama canal near Gold
Hill are much more extensive than
was at first reported, and probably
will tie up the waterway for at least
ten days.
Brings Bodies of F-4 Men.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. The
United States naval station ship Sup
ply arrived from Honolulu with the
bodies of thirteen men from the sub
marine F-4. Only four of the bodies
have been identified.
EXPLORER STEFANSSON
Man Believed Dead Sends
Message from Arctic Island.
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Photo by American Press Association.
M HILLIS DECLARES
HE DESERTED IDEALS
Thirst ier Wealth and Power
Brought on Troubles.
NEW YORK, N. Y. The Rev.
Newell Dwight Hillis, noted Brooklyn
preacher, successor to Henry Ward
Beecher and Lyman Abbott, in Ply
mouth church, one of the most famous
churches in America, an author whose
books on religious subjects have had
extraordinary sales, and Chautauqua
orator whose fame is second only to
that of JVm. J. Bryan, Sunday in his
pulpit told his congregation that his
life-long ambitions for wealth and
power had utterly crushed his life,
brought him to the brink of poverty
and humbled him so that he said lie
was not worthy to unloose the shoe
laces of a poor worker of the slums.
His lawyer, it is understood, strong
ly advised him to attempt no public
statements. Yet he changed the sub
ject of his sermon shortly before he
entered the pulpit and prefaced his
“public statement” with the announce
ment that he had written it but an
hour and a half before.
OBREGON CAPTURES BLANCO
Mexican Leader Finally Taken and
Held at Vera Cruz.
SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS General
Lncio Blanco has been captured and
is now held a prisoner in jail by Gen
eral Obregon, according to an official
Carranza dispatch from Vera Cruz, re
ceived here.
The same dispatch declared Eulalio
Gutierrez, once provisional president
of Mexico by election of the Aguas
Calientes convention, had “surrender
ed” to General Obregon at Saltillo.
LOSS OF GOAL FIELD
HARD BLOW TO VILLA
Moncloia, Last Supply Scarce,
Is Takes by Carranza.
BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS—General
Villa has been struck a death blow
as far as extensive future operations
are concerned by the capture of Mon
clova, in the state of Coahuila by
Fortunato Zuazua, which was an
nounced by General Jacinto B. Tre
vino. The city is the last of the coal
mining towns held by Villa, according
to the Carranza generals.
All the locomotives held by Villa
burn coal and he must now secure
fuel in the United States and pay
cash.
ADLER MAKES GUILTY PLEA
Noted Banker Forger Said to Have
Amassed Nearly $1,000,000.
WAUKESHA, WIS. George
Adler, alias John W. Barnhart, Forest
City, Ark., banker, pleaded guilty to
forgery. Judge Milo Muckleston defer
red sentence until Friday.
The defendant is alleged to have
amassed almost $1,000,000 by a forgery
scheme worked in almost every state
in the Union.
Party Hunting Explorers Safe.
LONDON, ENG. A dispatch to
Reuter’s Telegram company from
Christiania says the Norwegian foreign
office has received a dispatch from
Archangel that the arctic expedition
headed by Captain Otto Sverdrup,
which has been searching for the Rus
sian explorers, Rusanoff and Brusiloff,
has arrived there afely.
OUR PUBLIC FORUM
Hon- Elihu Root
On Woman’s Sphere
The question of Woman Suffrage is an issue before
j the American people. Twelve states have adopted it,
four more states vote upon it this fall and it is strongly
urged that it become a platform demand of the national
political parties. It is therefore the privilege and the duty
IlßKiplllll' of every voter to study carefully this subject. Hon. Elihu
Root, in discussing this question before the constitutional
convention of New York, recently said in part:
llilllk j| ||)jw “I am opposed to the granting of suffrage to women,
ililllllfe ikj|||| because I believe that it would be a loss to women, to all
women and to every woman; and because I believe it
Hlk would be an injury to the state, and to every man and
every woman in the state. It would be useless to argue
this if the right of suffrage were a natural right. If it were a natural right,
then women should have it though the heavens fall. But if there be any one
thing settled in the long discussion of this subject, it is that suffrage is not a
natural right, but is simply a means of government, and the sole question to
be discussed is whether government by the suffrage of men and women will
be better government than by the suffrage of men alone.
“Into my judgment, sir, there enters no element of the inferiority of
woman. It is not that woman is inferior to man, but it is that woman is
different from man; that in the distribution of powers, of capacities, of quali
ties, our Maker has created man adapted to the performance of certain func
tions in the economy of nature and society, and woman adapted to the
performance of other functions.
“Woman rules today by the sweet and noble influences of her character.
Put woman into the arena of conflict and she abandons these great weapons
which control the world, and she takes into her hands, feeble and nerveless
for strife, weapons with which she is unfamiliar and which she is unable to
wield. Woman in strife becomes hard, harsh, unlovable, repulsive; as far
removed from that gentle creature to whom we all owe allegiance and to
whom we confess submission, as the heaven is removed from the earth.
“The whole science of government is the science of protecting life and
liberty and the pursuit of happiness. In the divine distribution of powers,
the duty and the right of protection rests with the male. It is so throughout
nature. It is so with men, and I, for one, will never consent to part with
the divine right of protecting my wife, my daughter, the women whom I love,
and the women whom I respect, exercising the birthright of man, and place
that high duty in the weak and nerveless hands of those designed by God
to be protected rather than to engage in the stern warfare of government. In
my judgment, this whole movement arises from a false conception of the
duty and of the right of both men and women. .
“The time will never come when the line of demarcation between the
functions of the two sexes will be broken down. I believe it to be false phi
losophy; I believe that it is an attempt to turn backward upon the line of
social development, and that if the step ever be taken, we go centuries back
ward on the march towards a higher, nobler and purer civilization, which must
be found not in the confusion, but in the higher differentiation of the sexes.
It’s Eight Years Old.
But Mr. Dawe Says It’s Just as
Good Today as When It
Was First Made.
Eight years ago Mr. Dawe testified
to complete relief from kidney ills.
He now says that there has not been
the slightest return of the trouble.
Edgerton sufferers will take a deal
of comfort in Mr. Dawe’s statement.
Read what he says:
John Dawe, retired farmer, Broad
way and Fulton Sts, Edgerton, Wis.,
sa>s:—“l suffered from disordered kid
ney several years ago. The first
symptom was a dull pain in the small
of m> back. I sometimes had dull head
aches and felt languid and little like
getting around. I had frequent desires
to pas 9 the kidney secretions. Though
I to6k treatments for quite a while I
didn’t seem to improve I finally I used
Doan’s Kidney Pills and they strength
ened my kidneys and cured me.”
(Statement given July 22nd, 1907).
A PERMANET CURE
Over six years later Mr. Dawe said:
“Doan’s Kidney Pills made a perma
nent cure in my case and I, therefore,
can’t speak too highly of them.”
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don’t sim
ply aA: lor a k : <!ney remedy—get
Doan’s Kidney Pills—the same that
Mr. Dawe has twice publicly recom
mended. Foster-Milbuurn Cos., Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
Couldn’t Prove It by Him.
“It —er —seems,” said he, regarding
the unfortunate with scientific inter
est, “that the attacks ot fever and
chills appear on alternate days. Do
you think —is it your opinion—that
they have, so to speak, decreased in
violence, if I may use that word?”
The patient smiled feebly. “Doc,”
said he, “on fever days my head’s so
hot I can’t think, and on ague days
I shake so I can’t hold an opinion.”
Sudden Muscular Aches and Pains
—Need Not Be.
That is—if you use the right remedy.
Sloan’s Liniment is a real necessity in
every home —for young and old. Its
merit is praised in dozens of letters.. A
stiff neck from colds, children’s sprains
these aching muscles, that sharp neu
ralgia pain—these find guaranteed re
lief in Sloan’s Liniment. Every home
meets with sudden pains and accidents.
Your home needs a bottle. 25c, 50c
and SI.OO. 3
Real Lords of the Earth.
He only is advancing in life whose
heart is getting softer, whose blood
warmer, whose brain quicker, and
whose spirit is entering into living
places. And the men who have this
life in them are the true lords and
kings of the earth —they and they
only.—John Ruskin.
Complexion Blemish
Yes, that sluggish liver often causes
it. Dr. King’s New Life Pills clears
the complexion, throws off impurities
and releases bile naturally and easily.
Unless the bowels move freely and reg
ularly all the powder in the world will
not permanently cover “that muddy
complexion.” This laxative is mild
yet effective. It does not gripe or
sicken in its effects. You will not dis
pute the merits of Dr. King’s New
Life Pills. Start a taeatment today.
25c. 3
Usual Ratio.
Cityman —“How many servants do
you keep?” Suburbanite —“About
one out of twelve.” —Buffalo Express.
dyspepsia
JygSSSSm Tablets
will relieve your indigestion. Many
people in this town have used them
and we have yet to hear of a case where
they have failed. We know the for
mula. Sold only by us 25c a box.
Dean Swift.
The Thermometer.
A thermometer the bulb of which
contains mercury will not register un
der 28 degrees F. below zero —that is
to say, mercury will freeze at that
point. Of course in the temperate zones
little practical use is found for ther
mometers show T ing more than 28 de
grees below zero, but in the arctic and
antarctic they are essential. Such in
struments, however, contain spirits in
the bulbs instead of mercury, but even
this fluid becomes sluggish when -10
or 50 degrees below 7 zero is recorded,
and it will seldom show 00 degrees
below 7 .
Norway's Fourth of July.
The Norwegian Fourth of July is the
17th of May. the declaration of inde
pendence previous to that country’s
last union with Sw 7 eden having been
proclaimed on that date in 1814. Even
the Norwegians in this country keep
green the memory of that day.
Made Bill 111.
First Boy—Why are you sad. Bill?
Second Boy—Oh, I’m troubled with
dyspepsia. First Boy —How 7 can that
be? Second Boy—l got licked at school
’cause I couldn’t spell it.—Exchange.
Good Word fer the Mule.
“Some men,” said Uncle Eben, “put
in deir lives kickin’ at nothin’. Bar’s
dis much to be said foh de mule. If
he’s interested enough to kick, he’s
willin’ to go to de trouble of takin’
aim.”
Colds Do Not Leave Willingly
Because a cold is stubborn is no rea
son why you should be. Instead of
“wearing” it out, get sure relief by
taking Dr. King’s New Discovery.
Dangerous bronchial and lung troubles
often follow a cold which has been neg
lected at the beginning. As your body
faithfully battles these cold germs, no
better aid can be given than the use of
this remedy. Its merit has been tested
by old and young. Get a bottle today.
50c and SI.OO 3
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Toads.
There is nothing very attractive
looking about toads. If you should
find one of the homely little fellows
hopping about among your flowers and
plants do not allow anyone to disturb
him, as they are invaluable to farm
ers and gardeners. They destroy
many insects and bugs that would oth
erwise ruin plants.
Irritable Children Often Need
Kickapoo Worm Killer
There is a reason for the disagree
able and fretful nature of many chil
dren. Think of the unrest when the
child’s body is possessed by tiny worms
sapping its vitality and clogging its
functions. Whatever may be the cause
“that children have worms is a
fact.” Your child’s peevishness and
irritability has a cause. Give Kickapoo
Worm Killer a chance and if worms
there are this humanly harmless reme
dy will eliminate the annoying para
sites. 25c a box. 3
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Botanical Divisions.
A teacher in a Woodland avenue
school asked the other day: “How
many kinds of flowers are there?”
Three pupils held up their hands. She
chose one to reply. “Well, Isidore,
how many kinds of flowers are there?
“Three, teacher.” “Indeed? And what
are they?” “Wild, tame an’ collie.”—
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
There Is No Question
but that indigestion and the distressed
feeling which always goes with it can
be promptly relieved by taking a
before and after each meal. 25c a box.
Dean Swift.
She’ll Admire It!
And prize both the gift and giver if
the ring is bought here. We handle
only the better grades in every arti
cle. We make a specialty of Dia
monds. We are always glad to
show you the new things in Jemelry.
Moderate prices rule here.
A. E. STEWART
Jeweler and Optician.
Edgerton, - Wisconsin
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.
Have Your House
Wired
NOW!
Estimates Cheerfully Given
Write, Phone or Call
EDGERTON
Electric Light Cos.
CHARLES SWIFT
has secured the services
of a first-class
Carriage and Automobile
FINISHER
Mabbett’s Storage
Mechanic Street
has been leased and
painting of all kinds of
vehicles will be done in
first-class shape. Take
your work there or tele
phone 106 —1 long 1
short.
CHAS. SWIFT
Edgerton, Wis.
A. P. NICHOLSON
DENTIST
Office over Perry’s Dry Goods Store.
Telephone Nos. [ 7g
Edgerton - Wisconsin
DR. MEYERS
Dentist
Moved to new* office on Fulton St.
Opposite Pringle Dept. Store
Telephone 371
DR. J. L. HOLTON,
DENTIST.
Office lit the Ladd and Holton Block.
EDGERTON, WISCONSIN.
DR. A. T. SHEARER
Physician and Surgeon
( 7toß a. m.; Ito3p. m.
Office Hours J- 7togp . 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 & Farman Store
H. E. PETERS & SON
DEALERS IN
Fresh and Salted Meats,
Fish, Game and Poultry.
Butchering Done for Farmers
attne following rates:
Beeves, per head - 500
Swine, per head - 600
Sheep, per head - - 100
Calves per head - 100
GEORGE NICHOLS
Dealers in all Kinds of
Fresh and Salted Meats
OYSTERS AND FISH
Butchering on Reasonable Terms
GEO. W. BLANCHARD
Attorney - at- Law
Office 121 Fulton Street
Edgerton, - - Wisconsin
H. R. MARTIN
Attorney and Counselor-at Law
Office over Ist National Bank.
Phone 122 Edgerton, Wis.
PAUL N. GRUBB
Attorney and Counselor
TELEPHONE NO. 12
Tobacco Exchange Bank Building
Edgerton, - - Wisconsin.
E. M. LADD,
Attorney and Counsellor-at-Law.
REAL ESTATE
FIRE INSURANCE
Edgbrton, • Wisconsin.
W. H. BLAIR
Architect, of Janesville, has opened
a branch office in Brown & Prin
gle’s new building, where he will be
Tuesday and Friday of each week-
CHICHESTER SPILLS
DIAMOND BRAND
LADIES I "Ai — *~r
Ask your Druggist for CHI-CHES-TER’S A
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in Red andA\
Gold metallic boxes, sealed with Blu.e<A/>
Ribbon. Take no other. Bay oF yoar \/
Druggist and ask for CIII-CHEB-TFR S V
DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twenty-five
years regarded as Best, Safest, Always Reliable.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
■Sy„ E „ EVERYWHERE TESTED
Coughs
Kill If You Let Them.
Instead kill your Cough with DR. KING’S
NEW DISCOVERY. It heals irritated
Throat and Lungs. Thousands In last
40 years benefited by
Dr. King’s
New Discovery
Money Back If It Fails
All Drutfrists 50c. and sl.oO

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