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Wfscoasin Tobacco Reporter
FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8. 1916 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY j CORRESPONDENCE 'Albion Jacob Maakestad of Lee, 111., was a ! caller here Thursday. Mrs. Robbins of Sumner visited Mrs. John Slagg last Monday. Otto Palmiter wa3 buried here in Ev ergreen cemetery last Friday. W. E. Slagg of Oshkosh visited at his parental home the last of the week. The Willing Workers met with Mrs. Martin Gunderson Wednesday after noon. The Misses Marjorie Bliven and Hazel Emerson were Janesville visitors Friday. The annual S. D. B. chinch business meeting and dinner was held Sunday, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Jeffrey, son Eslie and family of Milton were visitors here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Campbell spent Thanksgiving day with relatives at Walworth. Mr. and Mrs. George Babcock took Thanksgiving dinner with relatives at Janesville. The Academy boys gave an oyster stew to the students and faculty last Thursday night. C. M. Sheldon and family took din ner with his sisters, Clara and Phoebe, last Wednesday. Sylvia Herrington and Marion Bliven of Janesville spent Thanksgiving day at their homes here. Harley Saunders and family of Ed gerton spent Thanksgiving day with Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Atwood. Miss Florence Wool worth of Milton Junction visited at K. D. Whitford’s Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. I. D. Humphrey went to Wau kesha Monday where she will receive treatment at the sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dates spent the week end with her brother, George Herrington, and family at Janesville. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Williams and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Drake of Monroe, Wis., were Sunday callers at E. A. Drake’s. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Crandall and lit tle son of Walworth visited relatives here from Thursday until Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Stewart and daughter Hattie spent Thanksgiving day with their son Howard and lamily at Milton. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Coon, Mr. and Mrs. Date Coon and daughter Rachael of Milton attended the annual dinner here Sunday. Misses Gladys Drake and Ole son visited Misses Svea and Signa Adolphscn at Stebbinsville Friday night and Saturday. Mrs. Robert Gaines returned to her home at Rockford Friday. Mrs. H. E. Whitford and son Roy went with her for a few days’ visit. H. H. Babcock, who has been hunt ing up north, and Mrs. Babcock, who has been visiting in Chicago, returned home Saturday night. K. B. Coon and family of Chicago and Roy Coon and family of Stoughton visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Coon, Thanksgiving day. Fulton Miss Florence White, Misses Stella and Alzada Attlesey were Janesville visitors Saturday. Alex Ely of Chicago was up to spend Thanksgiving day with his grandfath er, returning on Sunday. Mrs. Charles Raymond and children spent Thanksgiving day at Beloit with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Sayre. William Gower of Madison, attending the university, was at Horace Pease’s for a Thanksgiving vacation. Mr3. Alice Meade and family were the guests of Mrs. Meade’s parents at Janesville over Thanksgiving. Miss Christiansen, after spending the Thanksgiving vacation at Janesville and Darien, returned Sunday p. m. While working with a hay baling out fit on the Stephen Dooley farm, John Berg had his ankle seriously injured. Andrew Ellefson expects to return home from Mercy hospital this week, where he underwent a serious opera tion. Miss Carrie Berg, Janesville, Miss Nellie Berg, Fort Atkinson, and Miss Emma Berg, Whitewater, were home over Sunday. It is reported that turkeys were stolen on the Zacharias, Kjernis and Witte farms last week. The losses run up to about SIOO. Miss Nettie Ellefson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ellefson, was married Thanksgiving eve at Chicago to Mr. Harry Hummerdinger. Mrs. Ellefson and * son Fred attended the wedding. The bride and groom accom panied them home for a few days. James Sayre and family, while in Edgerton Thanksgiving evening to help celebrate the victory of the E. H. S., had* two robes removed from their automobile. This is the s eond robbery of this kind to happen ou. people with in a year. A banquet will be held at the hall in Fulton on the evening of Dec. 15. As this date is the regular date of our Social Center meeting, it will take the place of the Social Center meeting. The banquet will, however, be under the auspices of the church and not of the Social Center. We are preparing a big time and extending the invitation to everybody in the county. Rev. Birg ham of Janesville will be the principal speaker. Music will be furnished by a deputation team of young men from the University of Wisconsin. We hope to make this one of the big events of the winter. A charge of 25 cents for the supper. Every man and woman in the county is invited. Porter S. Dooley of Janesville was a Porter I visitor last Tuesday. Clayton Cox of Cambridge spent the \ week end in Porter. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Nalan spent the j latter part of last week with relatives i in Portage. i Mrs. Mullowney of Edgerton spent last week at the E. M. Nalan home. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Moore are re joicing over the arrival of a baby daughter, borrr-Sunday, Dec. 3. Mr. and Mrs. J. Wheeler and son Ernie, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green spent Thanksgiving at the H. Green home in Fulton. Mrs, B. Peach and daughter Nellie returned to their home in Evansville on Saturday after spending the week at the home of W. B. Towns and family. The following were entertained at the E. M. Nalan home Sunday evening: Ella Moore, Bessie Cunningham, John Barrett, Robert Wichner, Joe Mullow ney and Mack Ford. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Marsh of Colum bus, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ford of Janes ville, Mr. and iMrs. Robert Ford and children ate Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Thos. Ford and family. While baling hay at H. Becker’s, John Berg had the misfortune to get his foot caught in the baler, crushing it quite badly. Luckily no bones were broken and he returned to his home in Fulton on Sunday. The teacher, Miss Marie Fox, and pupils of the Eagle district gave a pro gram and box social on Thanksgiving eve which was a very enjoyable affair. A large crowd attended and thought the program fine. Mr. C. D. McCar thy, after making a few appropriate remarks, auctioned the boxes in a very pleasing manner, from which $21.10 was realized. The money is to be ex pended for a clock and other useful ar ticles for the school room. Albion Prairie Mrs. Wm. Tomhave spent Thursday in Chicago. Samuel Madden spent Sunday with Mrs. Samuel Tall. Ethel Morrison spent the week end with Lois Slagg. Miss Lois Slagg was home during the Thanksgiving holiday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Julius Jacobson Nov. 30. Eric Quam and family spent Sunday with his brother, Chris Quam. Mr. and Mrs. Christianson spent Sun day with E. Quam and family. Mr. and Mr3. Wm. Slagg spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. John Craig. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ripon spent Thanks giving with Mr. and Mrs. Christianson. Emma Thompson spent the Thanks giving holidays at her home in Deer field. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Flom and son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Craig. Rosamond Vickers and Venice Bus sey received their prizes from the State fair. Mr. and Mrs. Krieger and son of Al bion spent Sunday evening with H. Marsden and family. Miss Hazel Abbot and her cousin, Ted Bussey, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. E. Bussey. Mrs. Jas. Craig, Mrs. Hannah Croft, Mrs. Stark and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Isaacs and family spent Thanksgiving with S. Clarke and family. Mrs. Chas. Barber, Wm. Bussey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barber ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. E. Bussey Saturday. Newville Chas. Bates of Porter was a caller in our vicinity Sunday. Miss Ruth Richardson returned home Tuesday from Waukesha. The Newville Social Center meets again Friday evening, Dec. 8. Lex Brown and George Husen were Janesville callers on Thanksgiving. The Misses Myrtle and Bernice Husen spent Thanksgiving at their parental home. George Husen and Lee Alder attend ed the box social at Indian Ford on Thanksgiving eve. Mrs. B. Pierce and son Will were callers at the G. H. Kothlow home on Friday evening. Mrs. G. H. Kothlow returned home after an extended visit with friends and relatives at Jefferson and Milford. Mrs. J. W. Bates returned home Monday afternoon after a several days’ visit with her daughter, Mrs. G. H. Kothlow. Bumnr Fred Punzel was a Racine visitor Saturday. Mr. Edward Loga and family spent Thanksgiving with Thos. Marsden and family. W'ill Messmer and family spent the Thanksgiving day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Messmer. The Ladies Aid of the Sumner church will give an endertainmerlt and supper Friday evening, Dec. 8. All welcome. Mr. and Mrs. George Goldthorp and Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wentler and family ate Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goldthorp. Mr. and Mrs. John Robbins and fam ily spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Rob bins’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Loga Sr., at Fort Atkinson. Newville Howard Richardson is visiting in Mil waukee. Lillian Cooper was home from Ev ansville for the week end. Lillian Somerfeldt spent Thanksgiv ing with her parents in Janesville. Miss Violet Park of Edgerton spent Thanksgiving with her sister. Mrs. H. Pierce. Miss Minnie Walsh of Madison was a Thanksgiving visitor at Fred Sher man’s. Mrs. Herman Kreuger is suffering from a very sore finger, caused by a needle some months ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Cooper entertained at Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. B. Mess mer of Sumner and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sherman. LOUIS XIV The New Parisian Ivory For Christmas Gifts Latest designs in genuine French Ivory. Mirrors^-Trays, Combs, Military Brushes, Clothes Brushes, Hat Brushes, Hair Receivers, Puff Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Pin Cushions, Buffers, Talcum Box Holders, Shaving Stick Holders, Manicure Files, Cuticle Knives, Scissors, Shoe Horns, etc. Early Shopping Insures a First Choice. DEAN SWIFT Phone 204 The Rexall Store Edgerton, Wis, The Christmas Stock has arrived and is now on display. We have a nice variety of moderate priced gifts suitable for children or grown-ups* Books, Games, Dolls, Toys, Mittens, Hose, etc., for the children. Fine Gifts For the Older People Fancy white aprons, plain and embroidered handker chiefs in fancy gilt boxee. beautiful hand painted china, bonbon dishes, cake plates, salads, relish [dishes, celery trays, cheese sets, vases, single cups and saucers, plates, sugar and cream sets, berry sets and many other articles also in the lower priced decorations* Cut glass tumblers JOc each. Also cut glass vases, olives, bowls, salad dishes, etc* Any one of these will make fine gifts. By making your purchases early you will enjoy the advantage of a larger variety to choose from and avoid the Christmas rush. M. B. FLETCHER. Scholl’s Foot-Euzer For Tired, Aching Feet, Cramped Toes, etc, ScboU Tfi-Sprinfr Arch Support Pot Weak Ankles And Broken Arch. 3b tiln. Crooked Toes end Banishes Painful Bunions Scholl’s Bunion Reducer For Bunions and Enlarged Joints Scholl’s Absorbo Pads Remove Corns and Callouses —Prevents Shoe Pressure —One for Every Corn Schotl’sFixo Corn Plastersßelievo Pain Instantly—Removes Oldest Corn in 48 Hoars Anderson & Farman Cos. FEET SORE? Here's a Chance For Relief. Friday Dee. 8 We -will have At Our Store A Foot Specialist Who Will Give FREE CONSULTATION If you have tired, aching feet, there’s a reason and there’s a remedy. Come here Friday of this w eek and consult the Foot Slpecia list FREE. This invitation is lor ladies as well as gentle men. ONE of the big things to keep in mind when buying clothes is—how long will they wear? lllPllln Clothcraft is a safe bet. Our $15.00 \|| Suits are beauties. Call and 1 ||§| look ' them over. npHERE are two kinds fcyiMpy JL of Overcoats. One is jilpliWy just an overcoat. The other is fl|l Clothcraft |lpt I Come in and learn the |p I difference. Priced at 'ly $15.00 BABCOCK & KELLER THE STORE OF SERVICE Your Christmas Solved! CSip What Shall I Oive? A gift of Jewelry will not disappoint for it is something every one likes to have. You can express in your gift all that the joyous Christmas season meejis fo you. Excellent Values Are Are Offered In the Following Articles Diamond Ring, Set and Plain Band Ring, Umbrellas, Lavallieres, Jewel Cases, Watch both Elgin and Waltham and La dies’ Wrist Watch, Cuff Buttons and all popular patterns in Sterling Silver. CIIAS. H. HITCHCOCK The Jewelry Gift Center Now located in Postoffice block, Henry St.