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New President of the
Republic of Switzerland That the Swiss government should be the first to officially indorse Presi dent Wilson’s peace note was to be expected, surrounded as she is on all oides by belligerents and sometimes fearful that her neutrality might be violated. When the new president of Switzer land, Edmund Schultliess, took his seat '■■■ ■ 'tif y;.-> W: , : •' • ■■ g :s£?? 'V/3 EDMUND SCHULTHESS. a few weeks ago he expressed the in tentions and the fears of the republic. “The policy of Switzerland,” said President Schultliess, “dictated by our traditions, is strict neutrality toward all belligerents and an unmovable res olution to defend our integrity and in dependence against all comers.” The president of Switzerland for the year 1917 is a native of Aargau can ton and is forty years old. Last year he served as vice president of the fed eral council and was the head of the national department of federal econ omy. * Vaccination For Typhoid Persons living in a community in which cases of typhoid fever have de veloped should be vaccinated at their earliest opportunity, according to L. D. Bushnell, professor of bacteriology in the Kansas State Agricultural college. There is no law compelling persons to be vaccinated. If any one desires to be vaccinated for typhoid fever he must apply to his physician. Vaccination is a reasonably sure method to avoid ty phoid, but its effectiveness depends to some extent on the organism used for making the vaccine. Vaccination against typhoid fever consists of the injection of several drops of vaccine under the skin of the arm. Three injections, given at ten day intervals, are sufficient for immuni zation. Slight local pain may follow the injection. In a few cases head ache may result. Mother’s Doll Story The Candy Box There was once a big wax doll who had beautiful clothes and long golden curls. To tell the truth, she was a spoiled doll, for her mamma paid her a great deal of attention, and she had a doll house to live in almost as grand as the one her mamma lived in herself. One day when her mamma had gone to schooi this wax doll, whose name was Margaret, left her own house to go to walk in the playroom. Almost the first thing she saw was a big white box that she thought would make a lovely trunk. “Just what I need to pack my new hat with the blue plume in,” thought Margaret, tucking the box under her arm and going back into her doll house. So she sat down in her small rocking chair and took the lid off the box. And what do you think was inside? A boxful of candy that her mamma had got from Santa Claus. Now, Margaret liked candy so much that she ate and ate. She, forgot that her mamma had taught her that candy makes stomach aches. She forgot she was eating somebody else's candy. She just ate till the box was almost empty, and then she threw the rest out of the window and packed her new hat with the blue plume in the box. But soon she began to feel sick, and when her mamma got back from school she gave Margaret a big pill and put her to bed till her stomach ache got all better. Pussy Wants a Corner. One player is chosen to be puss. The others choose their goals, which may be chairs in a row or trees out of doors. Puss walks from one to an other, saying “Poor pussy wants a cor ner.” She is told. “Go to my next door neighbor.” Meanwhile the other play ers are constantly changing place-. Puss may try to get any vacant goa! which she can reach before the other players take it. The player left with out a goal becomes pussy. Water Jewels. Many little diamonds Sparkled on the trees, And all the little girls said, “A jewel, if'you please.” But when they held their hands o’;t To catch the diamonds gay A lot of little sunbeams came And stole them all away! —Old Rime Cut The Coupon out of the next, February 4th, Sunday Tribune, and and save 11 cents on 6 packages of Sunshine Bis cuits. The assortment — 1 package of Graham Crackers 10c 1 package of Takhoma Biscuit 5c 1 package of Cheese Sandwich 10c 1 package of Yum Yums 5c 1 package of Perfetto 10c 1 package of Vanilla Wafers 10c COUPON GOOD FOR He 39c COLVINS—The best and most complete line of Bakery Goods in town. Eleven different kinds of bread—Potato, Shaker, Daisy Split, Dairy Milk, Rye, Bohemian Rye, Whole Wheat, Graham, Vienna, Bran and Raisin. Cup Cakes, Puffs, Cookies, Rolls, Pies, Cakes, Fried Cakes and Raised Doughnuts, THE CITY GROCERY Phone 93 Pyre & Wanamaker, Props. (THE GOOD JUDGE FINOS THE OFFICERS KNOW Tt YOU MARK MY WORDS J [YOU’RE RIGHT SIR! j [LEAVE IT TO Th"E"L, ANY MAN TAKING A BIGGER SEVERAL OF OUR MEN L POLICE OFFICERS CHEW OF W*B CUT TOBACCO USE W-B BECAUSE IT’S l TO FIND OUT THAN THAT, IS A TOBACCO RICH TOBACCO AND A l ABOUT QUALITY GLUTTON AND WE DON’T | SMALL CHEW SATISFIES.] TOBACCO. | WANT GLUTTONS ON THE f V “ T 5 * YOU notice a fine regard for appearance among the officers from Roundsmen to Captain—that’s one reason they are so keen for W-B CUT Chewing. The pass-word among these gentlemanly fellows is “If you won’t take a little chew don’t take any.” No need to disfigure the face, when a nibble of rich tobacco gives more satisfaction than a wad of ordinary stuff—also less grinding and spitting. Take a tip from the officer on W-B. Made by WEYMAN-BRUTON COMPANY, 50 Union Square, New York City [First Publication Jan. 12—6 weeks.] Notice of Foreclosure Sale. STATE OF WISCONSIN, In Circuit Court for Rock County. Margaret McChesney, Plaintiff, vs. Fred P. Carrier, Catherine W. Carrier, L. A. Lumm and Henry Ebbott, Defendants. Notice is hereby given that by virtue and in pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale rendered and en tered in the above entitled action at a regular term of the Circuit Court for Rock County, Wisconsin, on the 3rd day of January, 1916, in favor of the above named plaintiff, and against the above named defendants, I will offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the westerly front door of the Rock County Court House in the City of J anesville, Rock County, Wisconsin, on the 17th day of Febru ary, 1917, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon of that day, the following real estate lying and being in the City of Edger ton, in the County of Rock and State of Wisconsin, to-wit: The North four (4) rods of Lot Four (4) in Block One (1) of the original plat of the village, now city, of Edger ton, Rock County, Wisconsin, as per the recorded plat thereof in the office of the Register of Deeds of Rock County, Wisconsin, said piece or parcel being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the Northeast corner of said Lot Four (4); thence Northwest erly along the South margin of Lawton Street four (4) rods; thence South westerly at right angles and parallel along the West line of said Lot Four (4), four (4) rods; thence Southeaster ly at right angles and parallel with the North line of said Lot Four (4), four (4) rods; thence at right angles North easterly along the East margin of said Lot Four (4) and to the place of be ginning; Also the South four (4) rods of said Lot Four (4); the East one-half of the South one-half (E£-S£) of Lot Three (3); and the North three (3) rods of Lot Five (5) in said Block, being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point in the East line of said Lot Four (4), four (4) rods Southwest of the Northeast corner tehreof; thence Northwesterly along a line parallel with the North boundary line of said Lot Four (4) and distant four (4) rods South therefrom six (6) rods; thence at right angles South westerly along a line parallel with the West line of said Lot Four (4) and dis tant two (2) rods West therefrom four (4) rods; thence Southeasterly along the north margin of Lot Five (5) six (6) rods to the margin of Main Street; thence Northeasterly along the East margin of said Lot Four (4) four C 4) reds and to the place of beginning; and the North three (3) rods of Lot Five (5), being the part of Lot Five (5) North of a line running Northwesterly Dy Southeasterly parallel with the South line of said Lot Five (5) and distant one (1) rod North therefrom. Together with the privileges and ap purtenances to the same belonging, or so much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy said judgment with interest and costs of sale and as may be sold separately without material injury to the parties interested. Dated January 4, 1917. Robert 0. Whipple, Sheriff of Rock County, Wisconsin. Paul N. Grubb. Attorney for Plain tiff. No Time to Smile. At one of the “tryout” vaudeville houses a young lady had just made her appearance as a “single” dancing act. There was a good deal of genuine applause for her efforts. She made her exit and stood in the wings recov ering her breath. The manager of the theater approached her. “Very good,” said he. “You went very well, indeed. But why don’t you smile? You never smiled once.” “If I smiled,” she answered gasping ly, “I’d forget my routine. I’ll smile tomorrow night.”—Cincinnati Times- Star. Various Customs. “In China a fine is imposed when a train is late. Queer custom, eh?” “Oh, I don’t know. Ever notice what happens when a boat comes in late in this country?” “No. What happens?” “She is promptly docked.”—Washing ton Herald Retrogression. “Your nephew, the horse doctor, who once distinguished himself by eloping with the two-headed girl at the fair, is a candidate for the legislature, is he not?” “Eh-yah!” replied the venerable Missourian. “When a feller once gets well started down the hill he just nacher’ly goes from bad to worse, and there ain’t no stopping him.” —Kansas City Star. [First publication Feb. 2, 1917] Notice of Hearing. STATE OF WISCONSIN, County Court for Rock County. —ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a reg ular 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 March, 1917, at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Frances Mawhin*. ney to admit to probate the last will and testament of John Mawhinney, late of the city of Edgerton, in said county, HpppflQpn Dated January 26th, 1917. By the Court, Charles L. Fifield, County Judge. E. M. Ladd, Atty. [First publication Jan. 26, 1917.] Notice to creditors. STATE OF WISCONSIN, County Court for Rock County In Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a reg ular 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 June, A. D. 1917. being June 5, 1917, at 9 o’clock a. m., the following matters will be heard, considered and adjusted: All claims against Edward C. Hop kins, iate of the city of Edgerton, in said county, deceased. All claims must be presented for al lowance to said court, at the court house, in the city of Janesville, on or before the 20th day of May, A. D. 1917, or be harred. By the Court. Charles L. Fifeld, County Judge. G. W. Blanchard, Attorney. Washing Machines Of Quality Voss, equipped with pulley for power $13.00 Voss, vacuum - 12.00 National Vacuum - 8.50 Revonac - 8.50 American Wringer, complete with stand $5.00 Wringers - - $3.50 to $5.00 Wash Boards - -30 c to 50c HAIN, LIVICK & ARTHUR The Progressive Hardware Store. The Yard With The Service We have Coal to Burn Lumber to Build Tile for Drain or Sewer Feed of All Kinds Quality and Prices Right. J V SCHALLER - YOUNG LUMBER COMPANY Phone No. 6 A Bracelet Watch is the only dependable and useful watch for a lady to carry. Examine our line of solid gold and gold filled, of which we carry a large stock. MAY SPENCER. The Lady Jeweler Don't Lie Awake Coughing IS! J^EXALL !MPRon~M| I •| 1 j Cherry Bark irall Cough Syrup i3 cherry eapk M!!?! I r~----7-r- Pr j| will make your throat comfortable by loos j : i| fe : j ening the phlegm and healing the irritation, fid SL j The flavor of Wild Cherry makes it pleasant to take and its effect is almost im mediately felt. Prices: -25 c, 50c and SI.OO DEAN SWIFT Phone 204 The Rexall Store Edgerton, Wis, In the Arena of Sports Latest Fistic Star. Notable among the newcomers in pu gilistic circles is Billy Miske of St. Faul, who classes as a heavyweight. In his few trials he has shown well against such good men as Jack Dillon, Bob Moha and Battling Levinsky, hav ing little trouble in demonstrating his Jv * Photo by American Press Association. BILLY MISKE. superiority. Miske is a tall, rangy fel low, six feet high and weighing about 175 pounds. Experts say that he com bines the three requisites of a boxer — speed, strength and force. With a little more poundage and added experience it looks as though Miske should be able to cope with the best of the heavy weight division. Hartzell to Play In Toledo. Roger Bresnahan, manager of the Toledo (O.) American Association Base ball club, has signed Roy Hartzell, for mer captain of the New York Ameri cans, to play third base for Toledo. Hartzell now is in Dehver. He was declared a free agent last fall by the New York club, having served ten years on the team. Bresnahan said his object in signing Hartzell was to have an experienced man at the third corner. Bransfield to Umpire. William (“Kitty”) Bransfield, former first baseman of the Pirates and Phil lies, has been appointed an umpire in the National league. Eating Raw Pork Often Results In Trichinosis Eat no pork or pork products unless they are cooked if you would be cer tain of avoiding trichinosis. This is a warning issued by the bureau of ani mal industry of the United States de partment of agriculture. To avoid trichinosis no form of pork in the raw state, including dried or smoked sausages and hams, should be eaten. All pork used as food should be cooked thoroughly, as trichinae, the minute organisms which cause this deadly disease, die and therefore be come harmless when subjected to a temperature of 140 degrees F. or high er. The fact that these organisms may remain alive and active in un cooked pork makes the latter, say de partment meat specialists, a menace to life and health wherever it is eaten. Every one should remember this sim ple rule of food hygiene: Cook pork well. A practical rule is to cook pork until it has lost its red color through out all portions or, if a trace of this color is still present, at least until the fluids of the meat have become more or less jellied. Homely Wrinkles When spoons are egg stained they may be easily cleaned by rubbing with salt. When knitting drop your ball into a cup or jar and it will not roll out of reach. When the stove becomes heavily coat ed with blacking, sandpaper it off be fore applying fresh polish. Wash lamp chimneys in warm suds, then polish them easily and quickly with soft, crumpled newspaper. Almond meal is a good substitute for soap and will tend to whiten the skin. Do not clean the baby’s tender finger nails with scissors; use the corner of a piece of writing paper folded into a square. Sunshine. The world is full of sunshine When the heart’s inclined that way. There’s never any shadow If you whistle through the day. The master of the sunshine uses some to paint the hills, But always leaves a little as a poultice for our ills. The way is full of brightness If the soul is bright in turn With the hope that leads the promise To the lessons it must learn. The master of the sunshine uses some to make the rose, But always leaves us plenty as a plaster for our woes. The careless flowers are happy, And we should be happy, too. If we help to scatter sunshine As we know we ought to do. The master of the sunshine uses some to deck the day, But always leaves us plenty to keep wor riment away.