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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1916 CORRESPONDENCE % i ♦ Albion Miss Eloise Thomas went to Milton Thursday for a short visit. Dr. Crosley and wife of Milton vis ited relatives here Saturday. Mrs. Stephen Saunders of Milton vis ited Mrs. Sarah Lilly Saturday. Sidney Green of Milton college spent the week end with his parents. Lewis Emerson of Madison visited his parents Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Teft of Rock ton, 111., are visiting at F. B. Lawton’s. W. A. McCarthy and family called on Floyd Cook and family at Fulton Sat urday. The Home Benefit society met with Mrs. Elmer Whitford Tuesday after noon. Eslie Jeffrey and family of Milton called on friends here Saturday after noon. Mrs. A. C. Burdick visited Mrs. Mah lon Bolser at Madison Friday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Crandall of Ed gerton were visitors at E. C. Main’s Wednesday. Mrs. A. C. Burdick, Mrs. H. E. Whitford and son Roy were Janesville visitors Thursday. The Missionary and Benevolent so ciety met with Mrs. John Slagg Wed nesday afternoon. Harry Lawton returned to Waterloo, lowa, last Wednesday, where he will resume his work. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and daughter Eunice took dinner at O. J. Palmiter s Saturday. Mrs. Halderson of Trempeleau, Wis., visited her son, Raymond Halderson, and wife over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Boss of Milton Junction attended the funeral of Mrs. Ella Green Sunday. O. J. Palmiter and wife and H. E Thomas and family were Milton visit ors Saturday afternoon. Mrs. O. A. Kreuger and son Earl visited at Lake Mills from Thursday until the first of the week. Henry Babcock and family of Merri field’s corners visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Babcock, Saturday. Misses Svea • Adolphson and Lucile Torgerson visited at Lars Lien’s at Hillside Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Mahlon Bolser recently under went an operation at the Madison sani tarium and is reported doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson, Mrs. Geo. Babcock and daughter Nellie were Stoughton visitors Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Whitford of Mil ton Junction visited friends and rela tives here Friday night and Saturday. William Allen returned last Tuesday night from his trip to Indiana and will help M. J. Babcock with his work this summer. Mrs. Anson Bliven of Edgerton and daughter, Mrs. Ethel McCullock of Mil ton, visited Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith Saturday. Wilmer Saunders, Jesse Saunders, Mrs. Helen Kelly and Miss Gladys Saunders of Milton attended church here Saturday and visited relatives and friends. A host of relatives and friends were grieved by the death of Miss Florence Thomas at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Thomas, at Milton Sunday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Green died at her home Friday afternoon, April 28, 1916, after an illness of several months. Funeral services were held at the home Sunday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock, Rev. C. S. Sayre officiating. Interment was made in Evergreen cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Palmiter cele brated their sixtieth wedding anniver sary April 27th. They were married in Edgerton in 1856 and have resided in this vicinity ever since. Mr. Palmiter is 88 years old and was born in New York state and moved to Wisconsin with the early pioneers. Mrs. Palmiter, whose maiden name was Jane Furse, and who is 84 years old, was born in England and with her parents moved to Edgerton when she was a young girl. This union was blessed with two children, only one of whom is living, W. F. Palmiter of Edgerton. Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Palmiter gathered at their home and helped them celebrate this event of their life in a very appropriate manner. IN MEMORIAM. Eleanor F. Locke was born May 22, 1842. She was one of the children born to William and Rachel Locke. She was born in New York state, coming to Wisconsin with her parents when about two years old, most of her early life being spent in or near Janesville. She was married to J. L. Green April 15, 1876, who with two step-children, Mrs. DeForest Emerson and Mr. Lewis Green of Albion, one sister, Adaline Jackson of Janesville, two brothers, Martin Locke of Janesville and True Locke of California, and eight grand children are left to mourn her loss. She was a devoted mother to the two step-children who can remember no other mother and who did all in their power to make her last long illness as comfortable as possible. The funeral was held at the home Sunday after noon at 1:30. Rev. S. H. Babcock and Pastor C. S. Sayre officiated. Inter ment was made in Evergreen cemetery. The nephews acted as pall bearers John Horne, Chas. Locke, R. C. Green, F. B. Lawton, M. J. Babcock and D. B. Coon. Those from out of town in attendance at the funeral were Martin Locke aud son Charles, Mr. and Mrs. John Horn, Janesville; Mr. and Mrs. D. B. .Coon, Milton; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boss, Rock River. How would you like to buy a $375 piano for the balance on the mortgage? The balance is small and owner will give terms if desired. Answer care of this paper. 1 Albion Prairie Jas. Cfaig is on the sick list. Miss Emma Thompson spent Sunday at her home in Deerfield. Violet Clark is spending a few days with her sister, Mrs. Gordon Isaacs. Leonard Marsden is taking lessons on “How to drive the new Overland.” Pupils of district No. 5 went to Stoughton Saturday to write for credits. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Marsden called on Mr. and Mrs. Abel Amundson Tues day. Mr. Henry Marsden recently pur chased an Overland car from Mabbett & Stark. John Craig, Russell Vickers aud Sam Clark transacted business in Stoughton Saturday. Mr and Mrs. Geo. Vickers of Edger ton were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. Hall Thursday. Mrs. M. O. Flom and son Russell of Stoughton spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Naset and daugh ter and Mr. Geo. Silverwood Sr., who spent the winter months in Alabama, returned to Albion Prairie Thursday. West Porter Mrs. D. Casey spent Friday in Ed gerton. Miss Maria Knight spent Saturday in Stoughton. Miss Marie Lay spent Saturday in Edgerton. Miss Anna Ford spent the week end at her home here. Mr. Chas. White was an Evansville visitor on Friday. Miss Mary J. Earle of Evansville is spending a few days here. Miss Marion Earle spent the week end at Edgerton with friends. Miss Katherine Joyce is visiting at the home of Mrs. Julia Moore. Miss Nellie Keefe spent Saturday and Sunday with Mary Ludden. Mrs. A. V. Johnson entertained a few friends Thursday afternoon. Miss Marion Earle spent Thursday afternoon with Marjorie McCarthy. Messrs. Jesse Earle, W. Mason and Judge Fifield of Janesville were callers here on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ludden and son Paul, Miss Nora Emmons and Mr. Downey of Stoughton spent Sunday af ternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Claude Watson. East Porter Miss Susie Nelson visited our school Friday afternoon. Frank Sayre and son Baxter were Milton visitors Tuesday. Louis Jenson spent Sunday evening at the Sommerwald home. Mrs. Osteberg spent Sunday after noon with Mrs. Martin Sommerwald. Mrs. Chas. Nelson and daughter Susie spent Monday with Mrs. Chas. Adolphson. Mrs. Peter Skaar and children of Albion are spending a few days with Mrs. Martin Sommerwald. Mrs. Alex Jensen and son, Master Ralph Norman, and Miss Eleanor Jen sen spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Wm. Gardiner Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sayre and Mr. and Mrs. James Sayre and families at tended the oratorical contest at the high school in Edgerton Monday eve. Dr. and Mrs. Harry Oleson and two children and Ernest Bantner of Sulli van were over Sunday guests at the home of her sister, Mrs. Alex Jensen. Mrs. Oleson will be remembered as Miss Nora Larson. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Wallin are in Canton, Mo., having been called there by the serious illness and death of Mrs. Wallin’s sister. Mrs. Wallin had just returned from Canton where she had attended the wedding of a niece, Miss Mary Sayre, and visited old friends and relatives there. Fulton Samuel Bentley was at Janesville last Friday. Alexander Ely was up from Chicago for Sunday. Miss Emma Berg spent Saturday in Jariesville. Ernest Attlesey lost a valuable work horse last week. Mrs. Andrew Ellefson and son. Fred spent last week at Chicago. Mrs. Sam White is visiting her daugh ter, Mrs. Forrest Fessenden. Mrs. Wm. Bush of Chicago, who has been visiting her parents, returned home Thursday. Lawrence Kramer returned from a business trip in the northern part of the state last week. Three of the essential parts of a cir cus—the ticket wagon, the elephant and pony —went through the village Wednesday morning. A good many admirers of M. G. Jef fris of Janesville were pleased to have him chosen as a candidate for the U. S. senate and we expect the town of Fulton will give him good liberal sup port at the coming primaries. Wanted. 15 young men 16 to 20 years old as apprentices in the largest and finest sweater mill in the U. S. Excellent opportunity to learn clean good paying trade. Write or come direct to Bradley Knitting Cos., 24w2 Delavan, Wis. ■■*■ Wanted. 100 girls at once for clean, pleasant permanent work in the largest and fin est sweater mill in the U. S. No ex perience required; starting wage not less than $1.25 per day. Saturday half holiday. Good room and board at rea sonable rates. Write or come direct to mill. Bradley Knitting Cos., 24w2 Delavan, Wis. —New carrots and beets at Conn’s. —New potatoes and asparagus at Conn’s. CLUB NOTES Monday evening May Ist the Mar quette club met with Mrs. Frank Kel logg, Mrs. Mclntosh acting as leader. Meeting called to order by president. After a short business session the evening was devoted to a miscellane ous program as follows: Dr. Munstergurg on the great art of the movies Mrs. Sherman God’s Providence as seen in the war Mrs. Kellogg Do reform schools reform—if not, why? Mrs. Sweeney Some Christian legends of the flow ers Mrs. Mooney On account of illness in the fami lies of so many members the social evening was postponed indefinitely. Next regular meeting in two weeks at the home of Mrs. C. E. Sweeney. * * * The Education Club met with Mrs. Ratzlaff this week, and was called to order by the president. Roll call was responded to by short statements by those present on “What I have gained from the Club.” Mrs. Marsden the del egate to the District Federation, at Delevan, gave an outline of the Feder ation program which was very inter esting. Refreshments were then serv ed, and then the Club adjourned until May 29th., to meet on that date with Mrs. Hemphill. * * * Monday Club met this week with an attendance of 21 members. There be ing no business to come before the Club,there was plenty of time for the program. The work for the afternoon as presented by Mrs. Gile the leader, was full of life and interest. The va rious topics “Woman and the family” in Latin America, Labor, Class and Caste, Character and Education, was very ably handled. Those assisting in the program were Mrs. Hooton, Mrs. J. J. Culton, andMrs. Earle.. Charac ter and Education being given by Mrs. Hooton, and in an exceptionally pleas ing manner. The Club will meet next week May 9th. at the home of Mrs. Morrison. * * * The meeting of the New Century Club, Monday evening at the home of the President, Mrs. Frank Ash, was a bit unique as regards the method of conducting the program of study. Each member had prepared something of particular interest to herself, and the contributions proved both enjoy able and instructive. Variety was by no means lacking since the program included readings of poetry and prose musical numbers on the Victrola, facts PARK VIEW LOTS Swift and Albion Road $1 Down $1 a Week No Interest. No Taxes for Three Years. Come Out Today—or—be Sure and Come Tomorrow Sunday Is the Last ChanGe GEORGE P. GARIN & CO. Office on the Grounds. Open Every Day Till Dark the store oe good taste Our Sketch SUGGESTS An Appropriate Motto FOR Your Dining Room Good Groceries Are Our Hobby We Buy and Sell Nothing Else. TRY THESE: Bulk Olives Heinz Bilk Sweet Mixed Pickles Bulk Dill Pickles Bulk Midget Sweet Pickles Also Fancy Bottled Pickles Willson’s Cash Grocery; Phone No. 147 ROBT. F. WILLSON, Prop. Edgerton of interest concerning—proposed na tional legislation in regard to motion picture films, our public schools, the boys’ industrial school at Dousman things we do not know about Shakes peare, 14th century prophesy realized in present war, and bird lore. In compliance with the wish of the meeting, a letter will be sent to the Woman’s Home Companion express ing the concurrence of the club with its recent editorial concerning the raising of the standard of motion pictures. [First Publication May 5. 1916] NOTICE OF HEARING. STATE OF WISCONSIN, County Court for Rock County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a regular term of the County Court to be held in and for said County at the Court House, in the City of Janesville, in said County, on the first Tuesday, being the 6th day of June, 1916, at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Flora A. Gilley for the ap pointment of an administrator of the estate of Shapley P. Stebbins, late of the town of Porter, in said county, deceased. Dated May 2. 1916. By the Court, Charges L. Fifield. County Judge. Paul N. Grubb. Edgerton, Wis., Attorney for Petitioner. [First publication May 5, 1916.] Notice to Creditors. STATE OF WISCONSIN, •' Corn ty Court for Rock County ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a regular term of the County Court to be held in and for said County, at the court house, in the City of Janesville, in said County, on the first Tuesday of November A. D. 1916. being Nov. 7th, 1916, at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matters will be heard, considered and adjusted: All claims against Adolph La Fave, late of the city of Edgerton, in said County, deceased. All claims must be presented for allowance to said Court at the court house, in the City of Janesville, in said county, on or before the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1916, or be barred. Dated May 3rd, 1916. By the Court, Charles L. Fifield, County Judge. E. M. Ladd, Attorney. / WALK I, OVER A Very Neat Pump All Kid $3.50 Babcock k Keller \ V,, * If WHATSIS ! WITHOUT GOOD EATS? j T||j fj[ ||j OUR WEEKLY RECIPE Shrimp Salad— l can shrimp, salt to taste, celery or cucumbers sliced in small pieces, wash and break shrimp. Mix with celery or cucumbers. Serve on lettuce leaf with mayonnaise or boiled salad dressing. BOYS (8p BOYS Spring and Summer Wants Hats— New shapes and colors 50c Caps— ln a variety of siyles 50c Shirts— Made to fit and wear 35c anti 50c Waists— ln the K, &E. line 50c Rompers— All styles and colors 50c Underwear — Munsing made 50c Hosiery— For hard service 15c and 25c. Pants— Dutchess for wear SI.OO Boys' Norfolk Suits In all wool fabrics, a fine line to select from. Priced at $2.50 to $8.50 BABCOCK & KELLER THE STORE OF SERVICE If lt 5 s Groceries you want Call Phone 93 Fresh Vegetables Leaf Lettuce Head Lettuce t Radishes Shallots Beets Carrots Cucumbers, Celery Tomatoes Green Apples Oranges California Navals —25c, 30c, 35c, and 40c per dozen Apples Russetts -40 c peck Tallman Sweets 40c peck Greenings 35c peck Baldwins -40 c peck We pay cash for fresh eggs THE CITY GROCERY i : ft *. * . . Phone 93 ; Pyre & Wanamaker, Props. Tobacco Growers Nitrate of Soda IN ANY QUANTITY Use Nitrate of Soda to promote the growth of plants and have them strong and healthy when ready to plant. Bordeau Mixture and Sprayers Let your fruit trees give a good yield by spraying with Bordeaux Mixture. Dallmann Drug Cos. GEORGE DALLMANN, Mgr.