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Er- wnr \m j 7 ’ W -i^Bk WSBSKmmL It .4 WL < / 'Jm 3pjgj|g>jsg^kL l •:v*T 1 BBkgp?*jL.- W”" j.- 811 B&y| (gpr SBS&s#®^ ' 1 ii ■ i |IP I y p^%tag^eg<^Hr^jj^S^MlMßpifflpiga^gMJ^gjLpgßß^ gurgg Made by its inventor 7& NEW EDISON *’]*. Phonograph l *oi*h a Soul " Thomas a. edison fevw*ed the New Edison. And in the shacow of beautiful Llewelyn Park, Orange, N. J., he built and equipped die finest, most modern phonograph laboratories in the world. There he makes the New Edison and guards its quality with zealous attention. Think s moment! What other pho nograph or talking machine is made, protected and spcnswvd by its inventor — by an Edison? Mr. Edison spent three millions of dollars in research work to perfect the New Edison. Then, to prove its perfect realism, he stood the New E*lwmi side by side with die firing SLORY DESTROYED BY TIME Of the Once Mighty Cities of Babylon and Nineveh Hardly a Ves tige Remains. When the ancient kingdom of the Assyrians fell through effeminacy and negligence MOO years after the Trojan war, many petty states arose out of its ruins, two of which raised them selves to a high degree of power. The kings of Media subdued the mountain land of Persia, and established rela tions of amity with hordes that wandered on the eastern side of the Caspian sea; they conquered also a portion of the empire which had cen tered in Nineveh. At the same time the king of Babel, or Babylon, flour ished with still greater magnificence and power. In Babylon, ancient seat of learning and science, Nabopolassar, after a long period of anarchy and division, erected a most powerful monarchy, whose sceptre Nebuchadnezzar, his son, extended from the Caucasus mountains, where he defeated the Iberians, to the sandy deserts of Lybia. He burnt Jerusalem; defeated Ammon, Moab and Edom; conquered Tyre, the richest city of the Phoenicians; laid waste Egypt, and formed his empire on new boundaries. He adorned Baby lon, the city of his residence, with the noblest works of architecture, but of this city the ruins are scarcely dis cernible. It is still more difficult to trace the vestiges of Nineveh, which lie a three days' journey from it, and whose ruins have sunk in the marshy soil. * Whit-wasners. Representative Frear was talking about a committee with a notorious record for whitewashing. “That committee,” he said, “ought to go out to Los Angeles and start up in the moving picture business. They’d certainly have a grand suc cess.” “Why?” asked the puzzled report er. “Why do you say that, congress man?” “It stands to reason they’d have a grand success.” answered Mr. Frear. “Look how beautifully they screened Dash last month.” For Growth and Strength. Poor food it childhood means poor health in manhood and womanhood. There is but a single use for food; to furnish nutritive value to the hu man body—to stoke the human engine. A food is worth only as much as the nutritive value it supplies; its true value is measured by the amount of fuel It furnishes the body. WILL BARDEEN Phone 111 , Edgerton Testimony Home Proof, Here, There and v Everywhere. When you see Doans’s Kidney Pills recommended in this paper you most always find the recommender an Ed gerton resident. It’s the same every where —in 3,800 towns in the U. S. Fifty thousand people publicly thank Doan’s. What other kidney remedy can give this proof of merit, honesty and truth? Home testimony must be true or it could not be published here. Read this Edgerton recommendation. Then insist on having Doan’s. You will know what you are getting: Arthur Vickers, farmer, R. F. D. No. 6, says: “Three years ago I over worked on the farm and was pretty well run down. My kidneys troubled me; they were irregular in action and sometimes the secretions would pass too often and were scanty and painful. My back felt weak and lame, too. I saw Doan’s Kidney Pills * advertised and got a box at the Atwell-Dallman Drug Cos. I used them as directed and they fixed me •up in good shape. It gives me pleasure to endorse Doan’s.” Price 60c, at all dealers. Don’t sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan’s Kidney Pills— the same that Mr. Vickers had. Foster-Milburn Cos., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. “Cold in the Head” is an acute attack of Nasal Catarrh. Those subject to frequent “colds in the head” will find that the use of Hall’s Catarrh Medicine will build up the System, cleanse the Blood and ren der them less liable to colds. Repeated attacks of Acute Catarrh may lead to Chronic Catarrh. Hall’s Catarrh Medicine is taken in ternally and acts through the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System, thus reducing the inflammation and re storing normal conditions. All druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo,Ohio. Notice Beginning on May . 9th the Curfew Ordinance of the city of Edgerton will be enforced. This ordinance provides that all children under the age of 15 i years, unless accompanied by parent or guardian, will not be allowed on streets or any public place after the hour of nine (9) o’clock. The whistle at the pumping station will be blown each night at nine (9) o’clock to designate the hour when children under the age of 15 years must be off the city streets. B. J. Springer, Chief of Police. —Your mother made you take it every Spring—Hollister’s Rocky Moun tain Tea drives out Winter’s germs, impurities, cleans and purifies your sys ten—fills you with vim, hustle and en ergy. Especially good for women and children.—Atwell-Dallman Drug Cos. May adv. artist and matched its voice with the actual performance of the Irving artist. No one was able to detect any differ ence between the two. The New Edison has stood this amazing test over five thousand times before more than five million people. Again we ask you to think a moment What other phonograph or talking machine can sustain this test of direct comparison with living artists? A GENTLEMAN’S AGREEMENT If you love music your credit is good here. A gentleman’s agreement is all we a*k. Use our Budget Plan in buying your Mew Edison. Ancnor Yourself In a Home of Your Own You gain no more by drifting through life from one “house to-rent” to another than does the “rolling stone.” Whether you have been driftingjlong, or have just started, stop!| Cast The Anchor! =• ! WA " " = One Day Electric SHOE HOSPITAL 108 W. Rollln St. Opposite Grade School Lowest Prices in City Best of Service Henry L. Tiemann Proprietor gtimMg plililf IPI I lAlilialß S| *■— ~ P e I * m_.il COUPON Bring or send this coupon. Mark the items you want No charge or obligation. Name— Address Whose favorite tones would yon like to know? / l • - □ What Edison Likes in Music. □ Booth etching of Edison, 12x1% far framing. □ Edison and Masse the Story <f rise New Edison. □ What Did Edison Do Daring the War P (Bulletin) our Motto Cleanliness Nowhere on’earth does Clean liness count more than in a market. Realizing this we maintain a perfectly Sanitary Condition. QUALITY, ONLY THE FINEST If a clean market, clean mar ket products, choicest of qual ity and right prices appeal to you, then buy your meats at H. E. PETERS Get the Bhlous Battery- Bel that examination ttomlf yyRE your lights dim and yellow? Do you JCZ L get a lazy spark? Does the starter labor to throw the engine over? Your battery may show none of these symptoms, and still need looking over. Tuning up the motor and putting grease in the cups and transmission don’t constitute the Spring overhauling. What about the bat tery, the electric heart of the whole works?, It may be all right, but find out When you 'do need anew battery, you’ll be glad to know that Prest-O-Lite is back to pre-war prices and that an allowance will be made on youn old battery. Drive around to the Prest-O-Lite Service Station and get the correct dope on your bat tery’s condition. That’s the common-sense thing to do. A little attention now may save you the price of anew battery later. Edgerton Motor Cos. Edgerton, Wis. fiiedtOMte BATTERY SERVICE Pull up where you aoe this sign Starting Slighting Batteiy is a FIGHTING BATTERY During the war it was used as auxiliary power on Uncle Sam’s big battleships, for turret turning, for gun firing, for wireless and for many other vital purposes. It is a fighting battery, indeed, all the time , in peace as well as war. It is fighting the starting and light ing battles of motorists all over the country; fighting them and winning them. An 4 Battery in your car will put a sturdy, willing and dependable power supply behind your starting and lighting system. It will do for you exactly what it is doing for hundreds of thousands of other car owners, making “A Sure Start Assured** a proved fact. Let us show you why 15he AUTO INN L. E>. HYLAND DENTIST % A ’■ . New Pringle Building Telephone No. 186 Edgerton, Wisconsin Tk&dOMle Stoiage Ratt&uf Uses less than one four-hun~ dredih of its power •reserve foe a single start —ancf the genera • for quickly replaces that . PB-21-3DJ iw.;e a ; Permanently preserves the wood against decay Saves over one-balf rite cost of painting your bam Backed by a wr rten guarantee Hain , Livick & Arthur EDGERTON, WIS.