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Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
Edgerton - Wisconsin
Subscription - $1.50 Per Year
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1920.
Entered as Second-class Mail Matter at
the Postoffice in Edgerton, Wisconsin.
CORRESPONDENCE
ALBION
I. D. Humphrey and wife were en
tertained at the D. D. Emerson home
Saturday.
A number from here attended the
funeral of Mis. Mary Maxon at Milton
Thursday.
J. J. Pacheco went to Monroe Satur
day and Mrs. Pacheco returned home
with him Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pacheco went to
Janesville Tuesday where they met
Mrs. E. A. Drake who has been visit
ing in Monroe.
Chas. Williams, who is quite ill at
the Janesville hospital, is reported as
doing as well as possible after his sec
ond operation.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Loofbrough of
Chicago visited her brother, Pastor C.
S. Sayre, and family Wednesday night
and Thursday.
The Home Benefit and Willing Work
ers societies met with Mrs. O. L. Coon
and Mrs. C. A. Emerson at the latter’s
home Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thomas and
daughter Eloise of Milton and Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Whitford from near Milton
Junction were callers here Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Aaby accompan
ied Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Drake to
Rockford Sunday where they visited
the latter’s brother, Will Drake, and
family.
While playing at school one day last
week, Walter Sayre fell from a tree,
breaking both wrists and cutting his
face so that he had to have stitches
taken, breaking two teeth and loosen
ing some others. He is doing nicely.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Monroe of Battle
Creek, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Baker and Mrs. C. D. Gray of Milton
Junction, Mr. Harry Broughton and
family of Albany were Sunday guests
at I. D. Humphrey’s. Mrs. C. D. Gray
fell and broke her arm while here.
Some of those from here who attend
ed S. D. B. quarterly meeting at Wal
worth were M. J. Babcock and family,
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Babcock, Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Noble, Mr. and Mrs. O. J.
Palmiter, F. E. Palmiter and family,
Pastor Sayre and son Maurice.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Crandall enter
tained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
K. Logan, Mr. and Mrs. T. Gunderson
and son Clarence of Orfordville, Torval
Nording of Cambridge, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Christianson from near Fulton and
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Voigt.
Stop! Look! Listen!
The play, “A Southern Cinderella,”
will be given by home talent in the
town hall at Albion, Thursday evening,
Oct. 28th. Admission 35 and 20 cents.
Remember the date and come.
SOUTHWEST OAKLAND
Mrs. T. L. Erickson was a Madison
visitor Saturday.
Mrs. Isaac Abrahamson spent Friday
afternoon at Nettum’s.
Carl Schmidt spent a couple days last
week at Jefferson.
Adolph Christirnson and wife spent
Sunday with Lias Saunders and wife.
Arthur Nettum and wife spent Sun
day with T. L. Erickson and wife.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson of Mil
waukee spent Saturday and Sunday at
Kravick’s.
Mrs. Lena Kump is visiting her
granddaughter, Mrs. Carl Smithback,
this week.
Mrs. Carl Smithback and Mrs. Lena
Kump spent Sunday afternoon with
Carl Johnson and wife.
John Nettum and wife, Gust Gunnel
son and wife and Miss Peterson spent
Sunday afternoon at Fort Atkinson.
Mr. and Mrs. John Nettum and Mrs.
Christ Pederson attended the meeting
in the church at Deerfield one day last
week.
T. L. Erickson returned home from
Minnesota Friday, where he has been
instructor in religion for the past six
months.
Oscar Lee and wife, A. F. Kump and
wife and George Bowes and wife at
tended the shower for Miss Jessie Jac
obson at the Tellefson hall at Rockdale
iast Thursday evening.
GRAVEL STORE
Mr. George Fox of Platteville, Wis.,
spent the week end at the home of H.
C. Marsden.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Noble attended
quarterly meeting at Walworth Satur
day and Sunday.
Clirence Singer left Wednesday for
his home in Pennsylvania for a visit of
several weeks.
Max Wilbur’s family from Edgerton
and Mr. and Mrs. W. Learn visited at
the home of Frank Schmeling Sunday.
Several from this corner attended
the shower for Miss Anna Gumble and
George Coots at Ed Gumble’s Tuesday
night.
Geo. H. Silverwood, Lyman Strouse
and Will Barber attended the Guernsey
sales at Janesville Thursday and Fri
day. Mr. Barber purchased a valuable
cow.
Fred A. North has sold his farm of
160 acres with all equipment to Louis
Wileman, consideration $50,000. Mr.
Wileman will take possession about
Nov. Ist. ,
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hanson of Fall
River and Bobby of Milwaukee visited
Mrs. Hanson’s cousin, Mrs. Silverwood,
last Thursday. The Hansons were on
their way to Stoughton to visit Mrs.
Hanson’s parents.
Auto for Sale.
I am offering my 1920 Overland 5-
I an: offering my 1920 Overland 5-
passenger touring ca? for sale. To be
sold at sacrifice. Phone 157 F 21. tf
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PEARSON & JAGODITCH CO.
SPECIAL.
October Sale
Ends Saturday, Oct 21
Reduced prices on all men’s and boys’ Suits, men’s
and boys’ Dress and Work Shoes, Overalls and
Work Shirts.
special
Men’s Work Shirts, gray only, sizes from 0\ IQ
I4 l /z to 17. Special at OlilU
Blue, chambray and fancy work shirts QO
Special at OIhJO
Men’s Dress Hats, all colors, all sizes, $4 00 QR
values. Special at v£d
Men’s Overalls at $1.85 to $3.00
Boys’ Overalls, age 4 to 10, at SI.OO
Youths’ Overalls, ages 27 to 31 7. . .$1.65
Men’s and Boys’ Jersey Sweaters —Closing Out
Our Stock Below Cost.
PEARSON & JAGODITCH GO.
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EAST PORTER
E. Fox and family motored to Janes
ville Saturday evening.
Messrs. Stafford and Slawson were
callers in this vicinity a day last week.
Miss Frances Condon, Willowdale,
spent the week end at her parental
home.
Henry Kealey, Fulton, has gone to
Rochester, Minn. His brother Frank
went with him.
Mrs. James Sweeney, Sheldon, lowa,
passed peacefully away Sunday night
after a long illness. She leaves to
mourn her loss a husband, three sons,
two daughters and several brothers and
sisters. The funeral was held Wednes
day morning from Shgldon, lowa.
Theodore Mulligan died Sunday morn
ing after a long illness. He leaves to
mourn a father and mother, five sisters
and four brothers. The funeral was held
Tuesday morning at 9 from St. Mary’s
chureh, Father Newman officiating.
The remains Were laid to rest in Mt.
Olivet cemetery.
EAST KOSHKONONG
Clara and Nora Lien are visiting rel
atives in Minneapolis.
M iss Hattie Lien of Madison spent
Sunday at her home.
Dorothy and Emma Veum and Emma
Moen visited at the Veum home at Ed
gerton Sunday.
Mrs. Arthur Smithback of Hillside
spent several days last week visiting
friends at Madison.
Theo. Torgerson has bought the
Michael farm near Cambridge; the
price was $15,000.
Several ladies spent Tuesday after
noon of last week with Mrs. G. G.
Moen in honor of her birthday.
Bert Haight of Miller, S. D., sold a
carload of horses at the Haight farm
last Saturday. He left for Rockford
Sunday evening to visit his brother be
fore returning home.
INDIAN FORD
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Alyerson expect
to occupy their own home next week.
Rollo Addie and Bert Cox picked ap
ples for Alf Addie over near Lima last
week.
Mr. and Mrs. Coxbead have been vis
iting among her friends around White
water.
Mr. and Mrs. Seth Pope entertained
company from Beloit and Janesville
last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Baldwin are en
joying a visit with a granddaughter
from Milwaukee.
A small gathering of relatives and
neighbors took tea with W. H. Price
last Friday, it being his birthday.
The box social at the school house
last Friday evening was a decided suc
cess. The program was well delivered
and the costumes both beautiful and
clever. Vocal music was volunteered
by the Misses Nella St. John, Marian
Cox, Cleo Herrick and Mable Horton
with Mrs. Anna Cox at the organ and
Edward Kealey with the violin.
UTICA
Rolf Tellefson attended the football
game at Madison last Saturday.
Mrs. Ole Klongland entertained her
brother and sister for dinner last Sat
urday.
Mrs. C. J. Smithback was called to
Des Moines, lowa, to care for her
daughter Ovidia.
M. 0. Bjornstad had an uncle of his
from Minnesota visiting a few days.
They had not seen each other for fifty
years.
Adolph Johnson visited his wife at a
sanitarium near Oconomowoc last Sun
day. He reports she is not gaining as
fast as was expected.
Rev. Krostu had confirmation in the
West Koshkonong church last Sunday.
There was a class of 21. The offering
amounted to $574.
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Halverson’s son
Sophus was confimed last Sunday. They
gave a party to their friends and rela
tives on the occasion.
Miss Lydia Klongland, Bencine Fig
gestad, who are employed at Madison,
and Ingabor Fosdal, who is teaching
near Oregon, were over Sunday visitors
at their homes.
The mission festival held at the Rock
dale church last Sunday was poorly at
tended. Rev. Halverson preached in
Norwegian in the forenoon and Rev.
Grefthen of Edgerton preached in Eng
lish in the afternoon. The ladies serv
ed lunch in the church basement. The
offering amounted to $75.
Many from here attended the funeral
of John H. Bjoin at Stoughton last
Saturday. He was born on the Bjoin
farm about two miles north of here on
June 27, 1856, so he was a little over
64 years old. He leaves besides the
widow five children, three brothers and
three sisters and a host of friends to
mourn his loss. He was laid to rest in
the cemetery just east of the city.
Rey. Reigstad officiated at the church
and at the grave.
Your correspondent attended the
meeting of the Madison circuit of the
Lutheran church, held at Deerfield,
Oct. 12, 13, 14, as a delegate from the
Rockdale congregation. The meeting
was well attended and very interesting.
Seventeen ministers were present.
An offering was taken up the second
day which amounted to $121.82. The
Ladies society served dinner in the
church basement the three days. The
next meeting will be held at Edgerton
next spring.
Stop! Look! Listen!
The “A Southern Cinderella,”
will be given by home talent in the
town hall at Albion, Thursday evening,
Oct. 28th. Admission 35 and 20 cents.
Remember the date and come.
Methodist Episcopal Church
BOYD W. KRAMER, PASTOR.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching and worship, 11 a. m.
Junior Epworth League, 2:30 p. m.
Evening worship and sermon, 7:30.
Young People’s Christian Endeavor,
6:45 p. m.
Stock Removal
Sale
We Have Purchased the entire stock of
*
Jewelry, Silverware,
Watches, Clocks, etc.
of May Spencer, Edgerton’s oldest reliable jewelry
firm, who will retire from the business. These two stocks
will now be combined and in order to help us move we are offering the people
of this community a rare opportunity to purchase their needs in this line.
Prices will be Cut and Slashed
Accordingly
Money will go farther now than it will go again perhaps for
years. Christmas is coming fast. If you can anticipate your needs, you
are bound to make big savings.
Sale Closes Saturday, Oct 23rd
Christenson & Aalseth Cos.
Strieker Bros.
2 Phones 213
10 lb. Blue Karo Syrup 75c
3 pkg. Uneeda Biscuit 25c
1 lb. Yuban*Coffee 55c now 50c
1 lb. A. B. Coffee 50c now 45c
1 lb. Old Towne Coffee 40c
1 lb. Amio Coffee 45c now 40c
3 Macaroni for ;... 25c
3 Spaghetti for 25c
o lb. pail Peanut Butter.. .70c
1 pkg. Puff Wheat 12c
6 bars Swift Pride Soap 25c
6 bars Lenox Soap 25c
2 Jiffy Jell for 25c
4 lb. £ack Aunt Jemma small
Pancake Flour
4 lb. sack Timme Buckwheat
Flour
Carload of good Potatoes
Utica Creamery Butter
Strieker Bros.
Norwegian Lutheran Church
E. A. GREETHEN, PASTOR.
Sunday school at 10:00.
The congregation will have its mis
sion festival next Sunday, with serv
ices forenoon and afternoon. In the
morning beginning at 11:00, Rev. M.
Borge of Madison will preach a mission
sermon in Norwegian. i n the after
noon beginning at 2:30, Rev. John Hal
vorson of Rockdale will preach a mis
sion sermon in English. At each serv
ice a free will offering will be taken for
the benefit of the missionary work of
our church. The Ladies Aid society
will serve coffee at noon, but each fam
ily will provide its own lunch. Rev.
Mr. Borge will, in the near future, so
licit contributions and subscriptions
from our members for the benefit of
the Luther College Library Building
fund and the Academy Endowment
fund. It is hoped that he will meet
with a liberal response.
Congregational Church Notes,
October 24, 1920.
Church school at 10:00. Mrs. George
Farman will meet those desirous of
forming a woman’s Bible class and Mr.
Atkins those who wish a men’s class.
Morning woaship at 11:00. Music by
the adult choir, sermon by the pastor.
Christian Endeavor at 7:00. Leader,
Elizabeth Towne.
Telephone Operators Wanted. .
Two operators are wanted at the Ed
gerton Telephone Cos. station. Steady
job. 49t2
ACT NOW!
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American Magazine djo fA
Woman’s Home Companion 1 y°L
Pictorial Review Both djo P 7C
Modem Priscilla 1 year / J3
Special 2 Year Offer
American Magazine $4.00
Century Magazine 7.00
Colliers Weekly 4.00
McCall’s Magazine 2.50
Woman’s Home Companion 3.00
Let us handle your subscriptions and save
you money and trouble.
FRANK ASH “Si
BOOK STORE
We have secured the agency of the
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SWEEPER
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As it Cleans.
Ask for Demonstration
Janesville Electric Cos.
Edgerton, Wisconsin.

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