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FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1919. filtered as Second-class Mail Matter at the 3 ostofflce in Edgerton. Wisconsin. CORRESPONDENCE CAMBRIDGE The high tension electric line around Lake Ripley is practically complete and is working on the west side. The past week has seen the post of fice moved to the new location in the Slagg building next to Slagg & Co.’s store. Several from this village attended the opening of the new restaurant at Fort Atkinson, Fred Lohmaier Jr. be-, ing the proprietor. Rev. John Halvorson went to De corah, lowa, last Monday to attend the alumni meeting and commencement at Luther college and opening of the lowa district synod meeting on June 11th. Evan Norgord arrived home on Wed nesday on a 30 day furlough. Evan was wounded in the hip overseas and is still under the direction of a military hospital in New Jersey. He is now able to walk with the use of a cane only. EVANSVILLE H. A. Knapp & Sons recently pur chased four well bred registered Hol stein heifer calves from F. B. Green & Son, among them being a daughter of Finderene Pride Johanna Korndyke, the son of. the world’s champion year ling record cow, who is one of the very few daughters of this great bull in the State. At a recent meeting of the Rock County Shorthern Breeders’ Associa tion it was decided to hold a sale of blooded Shorthorns some time in Octo ber. Fifty head of pure bred stuff will be offered. A deal was Tuesday consummated whereby the business and good will of the Hyne garage of this city becomes the property of A. D. Shreve and V. C. Kegley of Viroqua. The firm name will be Shreve & Kegley and they will continue the business in all the lines handled by Frank Hyne & Son. The city of Evansville, through its mayor and council, this week officially accepted the gift left them by ex- Mayor Byron Campbell and at their meeting Tuestay evening made provis ions for purchasing the proper cases for their preservation. This collection of Indian relics is considered one of the finest in the state, being the work of many years on the part of Mr. Camp bell in collecting them. STOUGHTON Funeral services for the late Tobias Lunde, who succumbed at his farm home north of the city Wednesday fol lowing an attack of apoplexy, were conducted at the West Koshkonong church at 2 p. m. Monday by Rev. G. G. Krostu and interment made in the cemetery adjoining the church. De ceased was about 60 years old and un married. He had a shareman on his place and occupied part of the dwell ing. Mrs. Christine Brastad and daughter Marie, Messrs. Bernt Sandsmark, Art Fosdahl, Stole Fosdahl, Chris Rutlin, Olaus Stolen, Anton Lee and Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Holm have departed for New York, where they will take pass age for Norway. Several of the party will make Norway their future home. Miss Athalia Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Olson, Milwaukee St., and Frank Jasensky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jasensky, were married in Chicago Monday. Both are well known Stoughton young people, the groom be ing associated with his father and brother in the shoe business. Mr. and Mr. Jasensky will be at home at 115 North Madison street in a few days, the new home having been furnished and put in “ship shape” some time ago. Percy Solbraa of Stoughton, aged 21, brother of Burney A. Solbraa, a mem ber of last year’s university football squad, and a nephew of the recently murdered Green county sheriff, who was rescued from Lake Waubesa by a woman companion Saturday afternoon, died Sunday morning from injuries re ceived to his skull when he dove from Edward’s pier into the lake. Following a long dive from the pier, Solbraa failed to appear, and after a few moments his companion dove to the spot where she had seen him dis appear. Finding Solbraa she brought him to the surface and with the help of others succeeded in getting him to dock from where Solbraa was taken to the Hill cottage and doctors summoned. Solbraa was a member of the Stough ton company of the 128th infantry, 32d division, and had only recently return ed from the service. How’s Tills. We offer One Hundred Dollars Re ward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall’s Catarrh Cure. F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo, O. We the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligation made by their firm. Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimon ials sent free. Price 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists. Take Hall’s Family Pills for constipation Booze Is not a Good Cure (From the Ames lowa Intelligencer.) When a man comes to you all doubled up with pain and declares he will die in your presence unless you procure him a drink of whiskey, send him to a doctor or else give him a dose of Chamber lain’s Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. There is a mistaken notion among a whole lot of people that booze is the best remedy for colic and stomach ache HOW DIAMOND CUTTERS WORK Three Distinct Processes Before the Rough Stone is Considered Fit for Personal Adornment. Few people who wear diamonds know the story that lies behind them. To most of them the diamond is an agreeable means of personal decora tion —something that attracts the eye in a jeweler’s window and is pur chased an hour or so later in its com fortable setting of platinum or gold. But let us see what lies beyond. Let us glimpse the long road that stretches between the miner and the wearer. There are three processes in the con version of the rough stone into flash ing brilliance. The first one consists in cleaning the course stone of defec tive parts and splitting off the flaws. The second is the cutting, which gives the stone its form and, in a rough way, determines the number of faces it phnii have. Finally, there is the pol ishing, which gives to these faces their clearness and brilliancy. The sawyer, when he finds a flaw, inserts the diamond into a sort of a cup filled with a fusible cement. Then, by means of an instrument fur nished with a recently cut diamond, the edge of which projects sharply, he rubs on one of the stones the pointed end of the other, after which he strikes lightly in order to separate the two pieces. The cutter uses somewhat similar in struments to the sawyer. He forms only about one-half of the faces, leav ing it to the polisher to form the re mainder. The diamond is then polished on an Iron plate rotating rapidly and impreg nated with diamond dust and oil. It is set in an alloy of lead and tin in the form of a cone, of which the stone oc cupies the summit. The operation, as described in the Modern Hospital, takes a long time and requires the ex ercise of extreme patience, but the re sult is certainly in every sense of the word a “brilliant” one. A Unique Record. Home testimony for Doan’s Kidney Pills, published in every locality, is of itself convincing evidence of merit. Confirmed testimony forms still strong er evidence. Years ago, a citizen of Edgerton gratefully acknowledged the benefit derived from Doan’s Kidney Pills. The statement is now confirm ed—the proof more convincing. Cases of this kind are plentiful in the work of Doan’s Kidney Pills —the record is unique. J. M. Ogden, E. Fulton St., Edger ton, says: “For more than a year I was annoyed by pains in the small of my back. The attacks came on sud denly, lasting for several hours and then disappeared, only to return again in a few weeks. I sometimes had headaches and the kidney secretions were unnatural. A few boxes of Doan’s Kidney Pills drove every symp tom of kidney complaint from my sys tem and I am now enjoying much bet ter health.” HASN’T SUFFERED SINCE. More than three years later Mr. Og den said: “I haven’t had occasion to use any kidney medicine since I took Doan’s Kidney Pills. The benefit they gave me has been permanent.” Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t sim ply ask for a kidney remedy—get Doan’s Kidney Pills —the same that Mr. Ogden had. Foster-Milburn Cos., Mfgrs., Buffalo. N. Y. Interpreted. When an obituary states that the lead man had the courage of his con viction that means he was a stubborn is a goat. —Atchinson Globe. • An Old Remedy for Children. Mother Gray’s Sweet Powders for Children have been used by Mothers for over 30 years for feverishness, bad stomach, teething disordeers and head ache. They break up colds in 24 hours, move and regulate the bowels and de stroy worms. Get a package at your druggist to use when needed. 28t4 Do Rijht Things Rightly. We must take care to do right things ghtly; for a just sentence may be mjustly executed. —William Penn. ♦ Mr Wisler Cured of Indigestion “Some time in 1909 when I had an attack of indigestion and everything looked gloomy to me, I received a free sample of Chamberlain’s Tablets by mail. I gave them a trial and they were such a help to me that I bought a package, and I can truthfully say that I have not had a similar attack since,” writes Wm. B. Wisler, Douglassville, Pa. Militant Orbs. From a story: “Her unyielding glance went fiercely over the top and grappled mortal combat with his domineering sneer.”—Boston Tran script. Cut This Out and Take It With You A man often forgets the exact name of the article he wishes to purchase, and as a last resort takes something else instead. That is always disap pointing and unsatisfactory. The safe way is to cut this out and take it with you so as to make sure of getting Chamberlain’s Tablets. You will find nothing quite so satisfactory for con stipation and indigestion. Shoes Wear Longer When you walk in comfort; so do the stockings. A package of Allen Foot- Ease, the antiseptic powder to shake into the shees, gives you that “old shoe” comfort Allen’s Foot-Ease stops the pain of bunions, corns and callouseß, and makes tight or new shoes feel easy. ~ 28t4 i Vi (.ontoiV ISFliriil Hnnto Hi “aLGC^L^G h .a l iVi !| AVe£ef able Preparation for As-i p. r-- %, 1 by j Di^cStM p*2* Cheerfulness and Rest Contains 1 \ neither Opium, Morphine nor j $ l Mineral. NotNahcotic jj'or: fiecipeafoidDrSAMU^P^ i Jhimpkin Seed \ inr- I j/xSinna \ s'o,o—l - JhtcheUe Salts I j MiseSeed ' B$!/SateScia. / If Warm Seed 1 HP C'cc -if Clarified Sugar 1 C flu !■; MnitcnrreenFlanr ’ f: j L of Constipation and Diarrt a | ft?2s i and Feverishness and j LossofSeeep | PS g I resulting merefroirrfrowy-1 iji Exact Copy of Wrapper, TimeMuild! •AnW . i ...■—... j, / J k \ yT Jr A \ #== 1 / if H | Building Time! Time to Build! |j Never Was a Better Time! == 1 Everybody Build! | H Houses, Stores, Garages, Barns, H Silos, Sheds, Poultry Houses, etc. =H jS Build Anything Needful or Useful ===== 1 Get Busyfand Build! j : 1 CE Applications for Liquor License. Edgerton, June 10, 1919. To the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Edgerton i The undersigned, of the City of Ed gerton, Wis., makes this written ap plication to your Honorable Body for a license for the sale of strong, spirit uous, malt, ardent, or intoxicating liquors, for the year ending June 30th, 1920, on premises described as follows: No. 6 West Fulton street, in the Wm. Schrub building in said city. Herman J. Bublitz. The above applicant offers a bond signed by himself as principal and The Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York as sureties. I hereby certify that the foregoing application was filed in the office of the city clerk, city of Edgerton, on the 10th day of June, 1919. , H. B. Knapp, City Clerk. Edgerton, Wis., June 10, 1919. To the Mayor and Common Council of the City of Edgerton: The undersigned, of the City of Ed gerton, Wis., makes this written appli cation to your Honorable Body for a license for the sale of strong, spiritu ous, malt, ardent, or intoxicating liquors, for the year ending June 30, 1920, on premises described as follows: In the building owned by F. J. Hartz heim, No. 19 Henry street, in said city. Burns Anderson. The above applicant offers a bond signed by himself as principal and The Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York as sureties. I hereby certify that the foregoing application was filed in the office of the city clerk, city of Edgertbn, on 'the 10th day of June, 1919. H. B. Knapp, City Clerk. Items of Interest Ping—“ Does the comedian strike you as funny?” Pong—“Nary a bit He struck me for a ten yesterday and I couldn’t see the joke.” CASIORIA For Infants and Children, Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria Always / . Bears the / Signature / XuT (\ Jr * n ntjf> se vJ> for Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THE CENTAUR COMPANY NEW YORK CITY Edgerton, Wis., June 10, 1919 To the Mayor and Common Council of the City "of Edgerton: The undersigned, of the city of Ed gerton, Wis., makes this written appli cation to your Honorable Body for a li cense for the sale of strong, spirituous, malt, ardent, or intoxicating liquors, for the year ending June 30, 1920, on premises described as follows: At No. 2, corner West Fujton and North Main streets in said city. George E. Lynts. The above applicant offers a bond signed by himself as principal and The Fidelity and Casualty Company of New York as sureties. I hereby certify that the foregoing application was filed in the office of the city clerk, city of Edgerton, on the lOt h day of June, 1919. H. B. Knapp, City Clerk. Life Bughouse for Him. A Stockholm man relates the follow ing: “I married a widow with a grown daughter. My father, who often visited us, fell in love with my stepdaughter and married her. Because of that marriage my father became my son-in law and my stepdaughter my mother in-law. Some time after my wife gave birth to a son, who became my father’s brother-in-law and my uncle. Then my father’s wife, that is, my stepdaughter, also gave birth to a son. I therefore had a brother and also a nephew. Summed up, my wife is my grand mother, as she is the mother of my mother. I am the husband of my wife and at the same time I am her step nephew—in other words I am my own grandfather. Really, it is too much for one man to bear.” For the Relief of Rheumatic Pains When you have stiffness and soreness of the muscles, aching joints and find it difficult to move without pain, try massaging the affected parts with Chamberlain’s Liniment. It will re lieve the pain and make rest and sleep possible. .white OWL „ The Dependable Cigars Say it With Flowers Send Your Greetings with Flowers Mail Orders Promptly Filled Owing to a Scarcity of Flowers we Suggest That You Place Your Order Early. Willson’s Flower Shop PHONE 50 EDGERTON, WISCONSIN We have just received another lot of New, Snappy, Beautiful Georgette Dresses for ■* Graduation and Class Time The girl or lady who desires something different, something new and classy for class and graduation exercises, cannot go far wrong in select ing one of the beautiful dresses just unpacked at our store.DThe light shades prevail —white, flesh and grey. The styles are exceptionally pretty and some thing you will immediately like. They are moder ately priced. \ Simpson Garment Store JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN. Fly Dope SI.OO per gallon. DEAN SWIFT The Rexall Store. - - Edgerton, Wis.