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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1919. Bntered a# Second-class Mall Matter at the Poetofflce in Edgerton. Wisconsin. CORRESPONDENCE ALBION Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Humphrey spent Sunday afternoon at L. J. Green’s. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Humphrey were entertained Saturday at C. C. Atwood’s. Miss Edna Emerson took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Krueger Monday. G. F. Walters, who is at the Madison sanitarium, is not gaining as his friends wish he might. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Pal miter attend ed a surprise party at Milton last Mon day, given for Mrs. Palmiter’s sister. Mrs. Robert Gaines and daughter and Mrs. E. W. Whitford and children were entertained at the H. E. Whit ford home Monday afternoon. K. D. Whitford and sons Robert and Charles spent Wednesday with Mr. Whitford's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Whitford, at Milton Junction. James Herrington and family have moved into their new home purchased from August Eklund. Mr. Eklund and family have moved to Rockford, 111. The Home Benefit society will serve a chicken pie dinner at the church basement Tuesday, election day. Ev erybody cordially invited. Dinner 25c. The Campus Club met with Mrs. E. A. Drake Thursday, March 13th. The subject for the afternoon was “Ha waii, Its Labor and Language Prob lems.” Mrs. C. M. Williams was lead er and a very interesting afternoon was spent. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Weyland Green, March 20. INDIAN FORD Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Addie visited his folks at Whitewater a short time ago. The Misses Clara and Elizabeth Fox were home from the asylum over Sun day. The Fulton Center Red Cross ladies are once more supplied with work after Josing only one meeting. Mrs. Minnie Hurd and Miss Wilma and Mrs. Kittie Chamberlain were re cent callers in Janesville. Two of Dave A1 verson’s horses had a disagreement last Sunpay and as a re sult one had to be killed with a broken leg. Mr. and Mrs. George Whaley have moved back here to their own home after spending the winter in Janesville keeping house for their son John. Mr. Louie St. John is spending a few days in Chicago. His wife had planned to accompany him but received word she had better wait awhile on account of the flu. Five of the Fulton Center Red Cross ladies are wearing the official service pin. They are Mrs. Peter Anderson, Mrs. Harry Langworthy, Mrs. Bert Page, Mrs. Frank Kealey, and Mrs. Geo. Goxhead. We have been wondering if the peo ple who are framing up this so-called “League of Nations” have forgotten their United States history which tells us of a certain man named George Washington or a little experience our army had at Valley Forge? This community is still invaded with an army of germs. Henry Cox has been quite ill the past two weeks. Mrs. Carl Schieldt is suffering with leakage of the heart. Little Donald Pope had a serious and painful time with earache a few days ago. Harold Becker is back in school and Carl Fox is back at work in the warehouse, both being obliged to call a physician last week. The little Shuman baby and lit tle Bump boy have had bronchial pneu monia. WEST PORTER Miss Jennie Daniels is visiting at the home of Wallace Miller. Archie Mabie and Clifford Brant de parted Saturday for Virginia. Miss Hazel Casey is spending a few weeks at the home of L. Viney. Messrs. Will Ely and Frank Pease were callers at the home of Mr. Chas. White. Mr. Thomas Frusher of Evansville spent Wednesday at the home of C. W. McCarthy. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Earle and daugh ter Lucile spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stearns. Mr. and Mrs. James McCarthy of Evansville are spending a few weeks at the home of Mrs. M. McCarthy. FULTON Oscar Ellefson was home from Chi cago over Sunday. Mrs. A. P. Murwin has been ill the past week and confined to her bed. Misses Edith and Lou Raymond were Janesville visitors last Tuesday. County Supt. of Schools O. D. Antis del visited our school one day last week. Charles Neslund, youngest son of Peter Neslund, has been ill with pneu monia the past week. John Thomson and family have gone to Janesville for a few days’ visit be fore sailing for New Zealand. Attend the supper given at the hall Friday night, March 21st. The men will see that you get enough to eat. The youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Lee is seriously ill with pneu monia and a trained nurse is in attend ance. John Berg and friend from Duluth are visiting his home here. They have just returned from overseas and were discharged from service. John Ellefson has just returned from France and has received his discharge. He is visiting his mother for a short time before taking up his work at Rio, Wis. Study up on the concrete road prop osition and see if it isn’t for your inter est to vote for permant road building. The condition of the gravel roads this week ought to have some weight in making a decision. NORTHWEST FULTON Wedding bells! Earl Herrick is reported as being on the gain. Willard Bublitz, who has been under the care of Dr. Morrison, is reported better. Mrs. James Arthur spent from Tues day until Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herrick. Mr. Joe Attlesey spent last week with his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Larson. Fred Wachlin returned home Tues day after a nine day visit with rela tives and friends in Janesville and Clintonville. Mr. James Hain of California and his twin sister, Mrs. Lawrence Whittet, spent one afternoon last week with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hain and family. PORTER Mrs. Thos. Ford is visiting friends in Janesville this week. Mrs. Ella Ludden, Janesville, was a visitor in Porter last week. Wm. Bradley, Indian Ford, was a caller in this vicinity Wednesday. S. Dooley, Janesville, was a Porter visitor a couple of days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Brown announce the arrival of a baby daughter, born Saturday, March 15. Miss Josephine Brown of Milton Jet. is caring for E. Wheeler who has been very ill with the flu. Mrs. Lavina Jenks of lowa is visit ing at the home of her brother, J. Wheeler, and family. Bennie Otto of Edgerton was an over Sunday visitor at the home of his sis ter, Mrs. Phil Ullius Jr. Lawrence Barrett spent the week end at the home of his grandmether, Mrs. Collins, Evansville. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Byrnes, Janes ville, attended the funeral of M. Mc- Carrol which was held last Wednesday. Congregational Notes for Sunday, March 23rd Church School 10:00 a. m. De partment for all ages. Professor Holt’s Adult Bible Class is now tak ing up the life and work of Ezekiel, and connecting them up with the. life problem of today. Men and women both are cordially invited. Morning Worship at 11:00. Ser mon by the pastor. Subject, “The Wages of Sin.” Christian Endeavor at 6:45. Leader, Margaret Nelson. Be sure to note the change in the hour of meeting. Evening Service at 7:30. Ad dress by Mr. V. G. Bames, Principal of the Madison High School. Mr. Barnes has been Y. M. C. A. Secre tary at the front line trenches in France and will tell some of his ex periences and impressions. He will answer any questions that may be asked. All are cordially invited to be present at this Forum. Charles L. Atkins, Pastor Rock County War History An attempt is being made by the county to secure the war record of every county man who entered the service during the war. Some blanks have been sent to homes thru the pupils of the public schools but not nearly all men have been reported upon. Inasmuch as these reports will be used as a basis for a war record to be located in the County Court House as a reference for future citi zens of the county it is very highly to be desired that every man’s re cord be in. Photographs of every soldier are also asked for and in each case families or friends’ are urged to supply the photo. Mr. Holt has the blanks and will very gladly send them to be filled out when notified by any family, relative or friend that no record has been filed. ATTENTION All discharged Soldiers and Sail ors in Edgerton or vicinity, are in vited to be the quests of the local G. A. R. Post at a Smoker and Lunch eon, to be held Wednesday evening. March 26, 1919, at Academy Hall, Edgerton, Wis. Signed by the Entire Post Com. Make Life Worth Living. The question, Is life worth living? implies a species of blasphemy. The right question to ask is: Arn I worthy of living? If I am not, I can make myself -so. This is always in my pow er. —Felix Adler. —Adolph Rheineck of this city,, who has been traveling for the Standard Oil Cos. for over a year, has just been ap pointed manager of the High Test Oil I Cos. of Edgerton. Mr. Rheineck is a ! man of much experience in the oil bus- I iness and there is no doubt that he will make a cracking good manager for the ; Edgerton concern. He will not move ; his family to the Tobacco City for the present.—Fort Atkinsou Union. FOR SALE. 200 acre stock farm—9s acres tillable, about 35 acres oak timber, balance low but elegant pasture land with running water; good tobacco shed, good six room house 5 years old, small horse barn; 4\ miles from Brodhead on county road. This farm can be bought for S6O per acre and is one of the best oppor tunities in the world for someone to go on, build up and sell at a big profit at the price offered. Write or see Oscar N. Nelson, 17t2 Janesville, Wis. —I have a 3 room, a 5 room and a 7 room house for rent,—D. W. North. WISCONSIN TOBACCO MARKETS (Continued From Page /.) county for the purpose of packing and disposing of their own tobacco. This movement has spread to a considerable extent and growers look to a stiffening in price. There apparently has been no change m the price at which the to bacco is changing hands, the average being from sixteen to eighteen cents for the best tobacco. There is very little tobacco remain ing in the hands of the growers to strip. Weather conditions were more than ordinarily good for handling the crop this winter. Deliveries are keep ing well up with the sales. If 40 per cent of the new tobacco has been pur chased, about 30 per cent of it has been delivered. —Special weiners lb. 18c.—Pringle Bros. Cos. Wanted at Once— Competent lady typist.—Highway Trailer Cos. 18tf Lost Sunday, a male Collie dog with four white feet. The owner will call for it. Telephone 301 F 21, H. C. Schmeling farm. Lost— A grey hand purse, contain ing Royal Neighbor receipts, post cards and silver overseas service locket with picture of Willard Schmidt Reward. —Trailer with solid tires for S3O cash or will trade for 2 h. p. gas engine. See Indian Ford Vulcanizer, Phone 307 F 24. 16tf Archie Lackner Is now prepared to do all kinds of Electric Wiring Estimates on Work Freely Given Telephone Orders to 248 Pearson & Jagoditch Co* Successors to Babcock & Keller Cos. Specials in Men’s Shoes FOR ONE WEEK Commencing Saturday, March 22nd And Ending Saturday, March 29th Lot I—3o1 —30 pr. men’s dress shoes, button OO QQ and lace. $4 value..V^ivO Lot 2 —36 pr. men’s black dress shoes, 03 OQ English toe, $4.50 val.^^ l^^ Lot 3—27 pr. black and tan button and P 0 dQ lace. *5.00 value.... V i43 Lot 4 —50 pr. black and tan lace shoes 03 7Q $5.00 values 1 " ® Lot 5—25 pr. black and dark brown A English toe. $6 value V ■ EXTRA SPECIAL Men’s blue and gray chambray work shirts. $1.25 values 1 lot men’s blue striped over- d* * *FQ alls, Janesville make. $2.25 value *** *■ " v PEARSON & JAGODITCH CO. Successors to Babcock Sc Keller Cos. 3 Deliveries a Day Phone to 213 SOAP SALE 25 bars Swift Pride SI.OO 20 bars Galvanic SI.OO 18 bars Kirk Flake SI.OO 18 bars American Family SI.OO 18 bars Sunny Monday . SLOO 16 bars Fels Naptha SI.OO 16 bars White Naptha... SI.OO 1 Broom 65c, 75c, 90c 1 lb Salt Pork 23c Smoked Salmon, Mackerel, Salt White Fish, Smoked White Fish. Strieker Bros. PHONE 213 EDGERTON Home Bakery A trial will convince you that we make the 'best line of bakery goods to be had, at lowest prices. 2 large 15c bread 25c Three 10c loaves 25c All cookies per doz 15c Fried Cakes and Doughnuts per dozen 20c Saturday is Coffee Cake Day We make a nice large cake at ONLY 15c We Deliver Call up 372 Lot 1 —36 pr. men’s black outing work 01 QO shoe. $3 00 value... Lot 2—25 pr. men’s tan outing work 00 7Q shoe. $3.50 value... ® " 1 # ® Lot 3—24 pr. black and brown heavy 00 70 work shoe, $3.50 value 1 * ® Lot 4—20 pr. men's brown heavy work OO "7Q shoe, $4.50 value Owl# u Lot 5—30 pr. men's black and brown, 00 OQ plain toe, $4 value... dv wo stylish mmverij stylish Ladies’, Misses’ and Children’s Shoes Styles that please and shoes that satisfy Ladies’ Shoes $4.00 and up to SIO.OO Misses’ Shoes $2.50 and up to $4.50 Children’s Shoes • * SI.OO and up to $3.00 J. F. KELLER Mrs. M. B. Fletcher % DEALER IN China, Crockery, Glassware, Groceries, Staple Dry Goods and Notions If you need anything call and look over our goods. If you don’t need anything, come anyway, we are always glad to meet good people. OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT OUR QUALITY THE BEST MRS. M. B. FLETCHER NOW % is the logical time to make your Building Plans FOR 1919 Authorities agree that prices will not be lower. Come in and talk over your Building Needs. / Heddles Lumber Cos. Edgerton, Wisconsin.