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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1915
CORRESPONDENCE
Albion
Miss Cleva Touton was a Madison
visitor Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook were Janes
ville visitors Monday.
Mrs. Hattie Spencer made a business
trip to Milton Friday.
Elton Ayers visited relatives at Mil
ton Junction last Monday.
Miss Hattie Stewart took dinner with
Miss Doris Green Saturday.
The Home Benefit society met with
Mrs. John Bliven Tuesday.
Mrs. Frank Burdick of Edgerton vis
ited W. A. McCarthy Tuesday.
Mrs. Cook of Milton Junction visited
relatives here the past week.
Mrs. Fred Crandall and children took
dinner with Mrs. H. E. Lilly Sunday.
Miss Maude Crandall visited Mrs. F.
E. Palmiter Sunday night and Monday.
K. D. Whitford sold his tobacco Mon
day to Grant Walrath of Janesville at
5 cents.
Mr. and Mrs. James Stebbins of Ed
gerton visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cook
Sunday.
Mrs. C. M. Williams, who was taken
sick Saturday night, is reported doing
nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stewart took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Lawton
Saturday.
Mrs. D. L. Babcock attended the
funeral of Mrs. Ella Campbell, Tues
day, at atoughton.
Mrs. Milo Bliven and son Eugene of
Edgerton visited her dranddaughter,
Miss Ruby McCarthy.
Mr. and Mrs. George Walters spent
Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. I.
D. Humphrey.
Master Earl Kreuger, who has been
quite ill with pneumonia and measles,
is convalescent.
Mrs. J. L. Green suffered a stroke of
paralysis Saturday night and is in a
critical condition.
Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Humphrey took
dinner with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hum
phrey Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Whitford of Mil
ton Junction visited relatives here from
Friday until Sunday.
K. D. Whitford’s children and Evelyn
Slagg have been ill with the chicken
pox but are reported better.
Mrs. A. C.. Burdick and daughter,
Mrs. H. E. Whitford and son Roy were
Janesville visitors Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Main, Mr. and
Mrs. A. C. Burdick took dinner with
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Lilly Saturday.
Miss Zada Palmiter returned to Janes
ville Wednesday morning after a week
of vacation spent with her mother and
sister.
Mr. Louis Babcock, son Lawrence
and daughter Margaret visited his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Babcock,
over Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxwell of Mil
ton Junction visited Mr. and Mrs. L.
L. Simpson and other relatives from
Thursday until Sunday.
The Home Benefit society and their
families gave Mrs. C. C. Atwood a
pleasant surprise Saturday night in
honor of her birthday.
Miss Nellie Babcock, who has been
visiting relatives in Janesville and Mrs.
Floyd Vincent at Milton Junction, re
turned home Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Winifred Green of
Pipestone, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Green of White, S. D., visited
relatives here a few days this week.
Mrs. Martin Gunderson and Mrs.
James Herrington visited Mr. and Mrs.
C. D. Lawton and other relatives at
Milton Junction Wednesday and Thurs
day.
Mr. Claude Townsend and family of
Kilbourn moved here Saturday and will
take possession of the 1. D. Rice store.
Mr. and Mrs. Rice will move to Kil
bourn this week.
Miss Ruby McCarthy visited Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Tierney at Beloit over Sunday
and took dinner with her cousin, Mrs.
Clarence Anderson, at Janesville on her
return home Monday.
The annual S. D. B. dinner and busi
ness meeting was held in the church
Sunday, Dec. 5. About 125 people were
in attendance. At the meeting Pastor
C. S. Sayre was called back by a unan
imous vote. Mrs. H. E. Thomas was
elected choister and Mrs. C. S. Sayre
organist.
Those who attended the fiftieth an
niversary of the wedding of Mr. and
Mrs. Jesse Green at Milton, Friday,
were: Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Lawton,
Mrs. C. R. Green, Mrs. R. C. Green,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Main, Mrs. Meta
Emerson, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Green
and Wm. Alien.
UP Fulton
A . night shift has been working on
the Fulton dam and it is expected the
work will be finished by Xmas.
T. S. Biggar of Walkerville, Ont.,
and 0. P. Murwin made a business trip
by auto to Oregon, 111., the first sf the
week. ",
Dean Otis, head of the Agricultural
School in Madison will speak before
the Social Center, Dec. 15, on farm
management.
'The Ladies’ Aid will give their annu
al fair and chicken pie supper Friday
evening, Dec. 10th. Everyone remem
ber the date and come.
Frank Sayre and J. E. Wallin were
were in Janesville Wednesday to attend
a meeting of the county committee and
corn contest banquet.
Saturday evening the Concert Favor
ites gave the second number on the
lecture course. It was one of the best
concerts ever given on any of the
courses held here.
—See our line of box candy, one-half
pound to five pounds.- —Frank Ash. 3-2
Sumner
J. Kreuger and family spent Sunday
with Wm. Messmer.
Quite a number of farmers around
here sold their tobacco last week.
Fred Punzel Jr. spent Sunday after
noon and evening with friends in Fort
Atkinson.
All those who attended the dance
last Friday evening at Henry Amund
son’s report a good time.
Rev. and Mrs. Messmer of Black
Hawk were Sunday afternoon visitors
with F. C. Punzel and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Beni. Cooper and fam
ily of Newville, Miss Gladys Messmer
and Roy Luderman of the Fort were
Sunday guests of Mr. B. Messmer and
family.
The Sumner church was destroyed by
fire last Sunday evening. It started in
the basement and had gained such
headway that it was impossible to save
it. The men worked hard to save the
other buildings near. It is said that it
will be rebuilt as soon as they can get
started.
East Porter
Glenn Gardiner was home from the
Madison university for the week end,
Ernest Haylock spent Sunday with
his mother, Mrs, Geo, Haylock, at Ed*
gerton
Mrs. Jacob Furseth of Cooksville is
spending a week with her sister, Mrs.
Ed Jensen.
Miss Alice Wright attended the fun
eral of Mrs. Geo. Campbell at Stough
ton last week.
Mrs. Chas. Nelson is spending the
week with her daughter, Mrs. Carl
Lein, on Albion Prairie.
Tom Hartzell has returned from his
trip to Eau Claire and other nearby
points and reports a very pleasant time.
Mrs. Lucy Shaw and daughter. Miss
Eleanor, spent Monday afternoon with
the former’s sister, Miss Emma Wright.
Archie and Johnnie Thomson of So.
Fulton spent Sunday afternoon and
evening at the Gardiner and Jensen
homes.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gardiner and fam
ily and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gardiner Jr.
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John
Thomson.
Mrs. Herbie Herried entertained her
mother, Mrs. Kaupanger, her cousin,
Larson Kaupanger, and Mr. and Mrs.
Bert Halverson, all of Stoughton, Sun
day.
News has been received here of the
birth of a little daughter to Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Lenerz of Sauk City on Dec.
2nd. Mrs. Lenerz’s sister, Miss Irene
Boothroyd, is there helping to care for
the little niece.
West Porter
Mr. Jim McCarthy is busy shredding
corn.
Floyd Mabie was an Edgerton caller
Sunday evening.
George Babcock was a Janesville vis
itor the last of the week.
Robert Fessenden attended the con
cert at Fulton Saturday evening.
Mrs. Mabie and daughters spent Sun
day at the home of Mrs. O. Peterson.
Mrs. Hans Osteberg and son visited
at the home of Mrs. Peterson on Sun
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Judd McCarthy and
children spent Sunday at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Casey.
Miss Kate Riley entertained the hay
balers last week and on Tuesday a
number of the neighbors delivered it to
Evansville.
A cordial invitation is extended to all
to attend the box social and Christmas
program to be given by the teacher,
Miss Nettie Armit, and pupils of the
Lienau district, on Friday evening,
Dec. 17. The ladies are to bring boxes
and the men please don’t forget a well
filled purse.
Porter
Mr. Ed Nalan is entertaining his sis
ter from Stoughton this week.
Miss Julia McCarthy of Janesville
was a week-end visitor at Frank Boss’.
Mrs. C. Whaley and son George of
Stoughton spent Sunday at the E. M.
Nalan home.
There will be a program and box so
cial given by the teacher, Mi3S Armit,
and pupils of the Lienau school, Friday
evening, Dec. 17. Ladies please bring
boxes and the boys bring good fat
pocketbooks.
—Pure Christmas candy in bulk at
the Book Store.—Frank Ash. 3t2
For Rent —Seven-room house. In
quire of Atwell & Blanchard. 2
—Get your Diary for 1916. Prices
10c_to sl.2s.—Frank Ash. 3t2
—Two pianos slightly used at your
own price if taken soon.—Theo. A.
Clarke. 3t3
For Sale— A Duroc boar and three
sows in fine condition. Registered,
cheap.—Dr. Meyers, Edgerton. Itf
MRS. HARRY ASH
Will Handle a Full Line of
Hand Decorated
China
AT
Harry Ash’s Harness Store
Goods, will be on display on
Monday, Dec. 6, 1915. Latest
shapes and designs. Prices
right. Call and look over the
stock. Remember it’s a pleas
ure to show the goods.
Holiday Gifts
Now on Display
We Make Your Christmas Shopping a
Pleasure For You
i
A superb showing of useful articles that
will make much appreciated Xmas gifts.
Goods are displayed so it will make se
lecting and buying an easy task to our
customers,
A Few Gift Suggestions
Handkerchiefs, plain, fancy,
and initial 5c up to 50c
Also a complete line of Toys,
Dolls, Games, China and
Glassware, Rugs, Carpet
Sweepers, Vacuum Cleaners,
Artificial Xmas Tree and
Tree Ornaments. Also inves
tigate our complete line of
Novelties.
Sweaters, Mufflers, Knit Caps
and Toques, Bed Blankets,
Quilts and Bed Spreads.
Buy Early and Make Shopping a Pleas
ure to Yourself.
RATZLAFF BROS.,
Dry Goods, Groceries, Shoes
Telephone No. 47 Edgerton, Wis.
Our Beautiful Display of
Holiday Gifts
THIS LOT 10c EACH
M. B. FLETCHER.
HOSIERY
Silk, Lisle and Cotton, in sin
gle pairs or fancy boxes of 2
pairs at 15c up to $1 pr.
FANCY GOODS
Table Linen .. 50c to $1.50 yd.
Napkins to match
Towels, plain and fancy
Turkish Towels put up 1 in a
box with wash cloth to match
at 25c to 50c set
is open and ready. The
newest ideas, the best
selections, the most ap
propriate and desirable
presents at the fairest
figures. Remember this
splendid assortment con
tains the right thing for
every person, old, mid
dle aged and young.
Come in and see the lat
est and best in
China,
Cut Glass,
Dinnerware
Toys, etc.
Fancy Brie a Brae
China Plates
Salads
Fruit Sets
Bon Bon Dishes
Cups and Saucers
Dinner Sets
Work Boxes
Dolls
Doll Buggies
Wheel Barrows
Chairs
Carts
Etc., etc*
Itoleproomosiery
FOB M EN WOMDT —
/'- |> Jj
Synthetic Silk Sox —made by the Hole-Proof Cos.,
at - - -25 c pair
(In black, white, tan, pearl and navy)
Thread Silk Sox in all colors at -50 c pair
Neckwear
Special Xmas collection of four-in-hands, wide and
narrow ends, at
50 cents
Others at 25c to 75c
BABCOCK’S
Christmas Gifts
This is the Jewelry store where absolute satisfaction
is assured, because we study personal needs and have
here at the price you pay that gift you desire
for that dear friend of yours.
Silverware
Choice selections in sterling silver are admirable
presents. Patterns —Mt. Vernon, Etruscan, Fair
fax, Georgian, Colonial, Madame Jumel and
others.
SUPERB
Table Ware
A magnificent array of
the most sumptuous
solid silver and plated
table ware in all the
popular patterns.
Elgin Watches
Positively the largest exhibit of American watches
in th i city. The famed Elgin make in prices
from $5.00 to $50.00, both ladies and gentlemen
THE STORE OF MERIT
CHAS. H. HITCHCOCK
JEWELER
Hole-Proof
sox
for Xmas.
Nothing would make a
better or more accept
able present for men
than a box of Hole-Proof
Sox. The giver is thought
of every time they put
them|on or take them off.
Price per box of
6 prs,, $1,50
Guaranteed for 6 mo.
wear.
Jewelry
Jewelry, both solid
and plated gold, in
cluding Rings, Chains,
Fobs, Cuff Buttons,
Lavallieres, Scarf Pins

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