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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1919. Bntered as Second-class Mall Matter at the Pos to fflce in Edgerton, Wisconsin. CORRESPONDENCE ALBION The Whitford brothers have com menced steaming tobacco beds. Wm. Mills, who has been quite sick at the 0. L. Palmiter home, is improv ing. Mrs. Will Tointon and Mrs. Simpson spent Tuesday at the A. E. Slagg home. The dinner at the church Tuesday was well attended and netted the so ciety quite a nice sum. A vote was taken at the election on the daylight saving question and re sulted in a unanimous vote against it. Anyone having old clothing to donate to the war sufferers, please leave at the post office where they will be pack ed and shipped. Gr?ely Parks and family from Jack son 'Jenter, Ohio, moved into the Na than Kelley residence last week. Mr. Parks will work in the Emerson store. The result of the election was as fol lows: Justice of the Supreme Court— Julius Ditmar; County Supt. of Schools Sylvanus Ames; Supervisor—l. W. Bunting; Town Clerk —J. J. Noble; Town Treasurer—H. E. Lilly; Assessor —O. J. Palmiter; Justices of the Peace —J. J. Noble and M. Crosley; Consta ble—E. A. Drake. FULTON A few fish have been caught the past week. 0. P. Murwin was in Evansville on business last Friday. Mrs. Oscar Ellefson returned Sunday from a short visit in Chicago. Don’t forget the Clio Quartet concert next Saturday evening at the church. Curtis Jessup and family have moved up on the Chas. Raymond farm this week. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pease have taken a boy from Chicago for the sum mer. Claude Monnell of Chicago was here over Sunday visiting at the home of Mrs. Geo. Murwin. Charles Raymond and family have moved into the village, occupying the Curtis Jessup home. Miss Amanda Pergande of Madison spent Sunday and Monday with her sis ter, Mrs. R. S. Pease. August Handtke and family have moved to the Wm. Handtke farm on the Janesville road this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rhpad and son are spending the week with friends. This is vacation week at Beloit college. John Berg and Peter Dahl left for Duluth, Minn., last Monday after spending several days at the Berg home. A towel shower was given Mrs. D. F. Sayre Jr. by the ladies of the vicin ity at the home of Mrs. Horace Pease last Saturday afternoon. Fulton Congregational Church. The coming Sunday will be a special Lenten service. One of its special features will be a musical program by the Clio Concert Quartet of Beloit. This will be a real treat. Sunday school at 10 o’clock. Classes for all ages. There is a welcome for you.—Frank T. Rhoad, Pastor. Big Attraction at Fulton. Next Saturday evening the Clio La dies Concert Quarted will give an en tertainment under the auspices of the young people of the Sunday school. The young ladies are accomplished ar tists and a big treat is in store for the community. They have been very suc cessful in Chautauqua work and come to Fulton highlyv recommended. The program will consist of piano and vocal solos, quartet selections and dramatic readings. Come and laugh and forget your troubles! The price of admission is 35c for adults and 15c for children. Tickets on sale now at 0. P. Murwin’s store. INDIAN FORD , Miss Harriet Cox has been out from Racine for a few days. Art Maves has moved from the Stone farm to the Barrett farm over in Por ter. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cox and Marion were week end guests of the Hanks in Beloit. Will Price and Dave Alverson made a business trip to Janesville one day last week. Walt Becker was cutting things high, wide and handsome in Milwaukee Sat urday and Sunday Seldom are we favored with dry roads and sunshine on “town meetin’ day’’ a9 we were this year. Mrs. Louie St. John and Master Bill have been enjoying that postponed trip to Chicago, Wayne and Elgin. Miss Leora Sherman attended the teachers' convention and also did a bit of shopping in Janesville Saturday. Fulton Center Bed Cross ladies are still meeting in the hall Thursdays and doing refugee sewing and knitting. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Whaley drove to Janesville Sunday and got their house plants, it being too cold to bring them when they moved up. Our command of the English lan guage is too limited to express in clear and vivid terms the wonderful sight which one may behold here every night just the edge of ciark, as Longfellow puts it, “Between the dark and the daylight, when the night is beginning to lower," when the millions of ducks leave the Catfish bottoms and start for Lake Koshkonong. —A low down International Clover Leaf manure spreader, good as new, for sale by G. W. Coxhead. NORTHWEST FULTON Eleanor Bratland spent Sunday at the Bublitz home. Miss Bessie Dallman spent Sunday at the Bublitz home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wachlin Jr. spent Sunday in Fulton. Mrs. Morris Hain entertained her sister part of last week. George Kothlow transacted business in Kenosha Thursday. Hortense Page and girl friend spent Saturday in Janesville. Wilma Bublitz spent Sunday after noon with Marne Heried. The Bates family were entertained at the Kothlow farm Sunday. Mr. George Bublitz and lady friend spent Wednesday in Madison. Chas. Bates and lady friend spent Monday evening at Kothlows’. Mr. Fred Wachlin attended the show at the Apollo Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Cox spent Tuesday afternoon at Kothlows’. Mrs. Emil Schumacher and daughter spent Monday at the Bublitz home. Mrs. Chas. Learn spent Monday of last week with Mrs. Steril Hartzell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Learn and fam ily spent Thursday afternoon at Her ricks’. Miss Violet Clark of Albion Prairie spent the week end with the Ellison family. Miss Ella Nichols of Viroqua spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Henderson. Fred Wachlin spent Sunday after noon with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Attle sey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wachlin Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wachlin Jr. spent Satur day in Janesville. Miss Philma Phillips spent Saturday evening in Janesville and attended the Frank Wumigar show. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Herrick and son Earl spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Arthur of Janesville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wachlin Jr. spent part of last week with Mr and Mrs. Ernest Attlesey and family. Mr. and Mrs. S K. Lar3on stopped off at the Herrick home last week prior to their going to Bruce, S. D., to make their future home. Ella Nichols of Viroqua, Viola Wille and Stella Attlesey were entertained at a slumber party at the W. J. Hender son home Saturday night. PORTER Miss Agnes Mullowney is recovering from the mumps. Carl Simonson left on Wednesday for his home at Wautoma. Joe Mullowney spent part of the past week with Madison friends. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Ford and family were Janesville shoppers Saturday. Mi9S Marie Fox attended the teach ers’ meeting at Janesville Saturday. Mrs. Norby and children were over- Sunday visitors with friends at Beloit. J. F. Bauer of Minnesota began work as buttermaker at the Eagle creamery Tuesday. Harold Thompson, Edgerton, was an over Sunday visitor with his friend, Verne Boss. Miss Loretta Roeber of Janesville is spending a few weeks at the Ernest Peach home. Robt. Ford and Frank Boss have in stalled new Edison Diamond Disc ma chines in their homes. Miss Josephine Brown, who has spent the past few weeks at C. Wheel er’s, returned to her home at Milton Junction Sunday. *44, CLUB NOTES Educational Club The Educational Club held a com munity supper and election of offi cers at the Library Monday evening. ‘After the business meeting Mrs. Whittet read an article on, “The League of Nations.” The following officers were elect ed: Pres., Mrs. Chas. Spike Vice-Pres., Mrs. Lamoreaux Rec. Sec’y., Mrs. Jagoditch Cor. Sec’y., Mrs. S. F. Madden Treas., Mrs. Fred Ratzlaff Club adjourned to meet with Mrs. Madden Monday April 7th. Progressive Study Club The Progressive Study Club enter tained their husbands and friends at a banquet Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Hatch. The rooms were prettily decorated in pink, and green and pink carna tions. At six-thirty a three course dinner was served, covers laid for thirty. Mrs. Wm. Bussey, acting as toast mistress, introduced Mrs. Scott Hatch the president of the club, who gave the toast of welcome, Rev. Hooton responding in a fitting manner. Miss Larson rendered a solo “At Dawn ing” by Cadman, in her usual pleas ing way. Mrs. Hooton gave a Scot tish reading, finishing with “Mary, Queen of Scotts,” which was greatly enjoyed by all. Mrs. W. E. Newman followed with a piano selection en titled, “The Whirl-wind” by Schmid and a musical reading, “The Morning Call,” which were greatly appreciated Games and contests were held and prizes awarded. Avery enjoyable evening was the verdict of all. Wilson’s Certified Oleomargarine. Sold only at Peters’ Meat Market. Wilson’s guarantee: “If you are not satisfied that the oleomargarine in this package is of the highest possible quality, your dealer will refund the purchase price. Wilson & Cos., Chicago, 111. Congregational Church Congregational Church Notes For April 6, 1919 Church School at 10:00 a. m. Department for all ages. Morning Worship at 11:00. Ser mon by Dr. F. L. Hayes of Chicago, who will speak on the Pilgrim Ter centenary Memorial. Christian Endeavor at 6:45. Lead er, Lorene Schoenfeld. Community Evening at 7:30. Mr. Howell Randolph of Milton College wil ldeliver his prize address on “Theodore Rooseveldt: All-Amer ican.” Mr. Randolph is the son of Dr. Randolph who was until his re cent death, the pastor of the College Church in Milton, and who had a fame much more than local as a per suasive and eloquent orator. His son has inherited these qualities, and all in attendance are assured of an en joyable evening. This service, as all evening serveices, is quite non-sec tarian in every respect and the whole community is hartily invited. 4 ~ Wanted at Once y Competent lady typist. —Highway Trailer Cos. 18tf For Rent—4 or 8 room house; 2or 3 furnished rooms for light housekeep ing. Inquire at this office. Archie Lackner Is now prepared to do all kinds of Electric Wiring Estimates on Work Freely Given Telephone Orders to 248 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 % • NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE, HENRY ST. DIAMONDS • We offer the choicest selections at prices that materially discount actual values. 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Salt Pork 21c 2 Puff Corn 25c Cleaned Currants 22c 3 Oil Sardines for 25c Macaroni, Spaghetti, 3 packages 20c l lb. glass Eddy’s Baking Powder 20c Nice Potatoes, bu $1.15 100 Occident Bread Daily EDGERTON t 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 stylish ~\rerij stylish Ladies 9 , Misses 9 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. KE.LLER Pearson & Jagoditch Cos. Successors to Babcock & Keller Cos. 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