Wisconsin Tobacco Reporter
Edgerton - Wisconsin
FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922.
Mrs. A. H. Palmiter, who broke her
arm last week, is doing nicely.
Mr. Lyman Strouse and family have
moved into the Myra Collins residence.
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Crandall spent
Friday at the Carl Christianson home.
Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Aabv spent Sun
day at W. W. Drake’s in Edgerton.
Mrs. E. A. Drake from near Indian
Ford spent Sunday at her home here.
Fred Campbell of Milton visited his
mother, Mrs. Susan Campbell, Satur
Miss Edna Emerson, who has been on
the sick list, is again at the E. G. Wil
Mrs. Emil Dyreson returned home
from Lockwood hospital Friday. She
is doing nicely.
Ronald Whitford entertained a few
young men at dinner Saturday in honor
of his birthday.
Mrs. Clara Morgan of New York
came Thursday to help care for her
mother and brother.
Mrs. Sarah Lilly is critically ill here
at the home of her son Herbert. Mr.
Lilly is also quite ill.
Mr. Fred Crandall, who had his ton
sils removed at the Lockwood hospital
last week, is about again.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Roskar went to
Rockford, 111., Saturday where they
expect oo make their home.
A. L. Whitford of Milton Junction
visited relatives here Tuesday and at
tended the L. J. Green auction.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gaines and
children were entertained at supper at
the H. E. Whitford home Sunday.
The Home Benefit society was enter
tained by Mrs. L. 0. Palmiter at the
Fred Palmiter home Tuesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Green are dispos
ing of their household goods prepara
tory to going home with their daugh
ter, Mrs. Allen.
Mrs. Midlon, who has been staying
at the Dyreson home during Mrs. Dyre
son’s absence, returned to her home
near Utica Sunday.
Mr. Weston and family have moved
from the Henry Anderson farm near
Utica onto the Anderson farm here va
cated by Nick Stark and family.
No school since Tuesday—Miss Moore
The Herman Teubert family are now
at home on the Atkinson farm.
Will Price went to Elkhorn Saturday
with some of the Edgerton band boys.
Red Robinson has a jaw on him like
a crippled pugilist, caused by an in
Chickenpox has reached the village
after getting in its work in nearly all
of the county.
Louie Ormsby and the Fudors were
out from Janesville Sunday visiting at
Miss Mamie Cutts went to Janesville
Monday to care for a niece, Mrs. Helen
Thompson, who is quite poorly.
Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Addie were re
cent callers on his sister, Mrs. Bab
cock, a patient at Mercy hospital in
The grippe took hold of our school
children pretty hard, but the two worst
cases, Lillis St. John and Archie Bickle,
started in school again Monday.
Miss May Call of Edgerton is waiting
on her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Coxhead. Mrs. Coxhead has been
under the doctor’s care but is much
better at time of writing.
If we may be pardoned for a little
self-praise, let us say that the compli
ments from the spectators at the play,
“An Old Fashioned Mother,” given in
the Masonic Temple at Edgerton, were
The community gatherings organized
under the head of a Parent-Teacher’s
association have been socially success
ful, but the photos shown by Mrs.
Mabel Wood with her enlarging ma
chine was the most decided hit.
There are still a number of people
living here who remember William
Thomas, and will be interested to learn
of his death. He was living in Ne
braska. Harvey Thomas of this place
and Charles at Lynn Haven, Fla., are
the surviving brothers.
Loy Krostu returned home Saturday
Louis Sorum will have his auction
this week Thursday at 1 o’clock sharp.
Henry Smithback and Tunnis, Tim
merly were Madison visitors Saturday.
A number from here attended the
dance at Rockdale Friday and all had a
Carl Bjornstad, Paul Berg and Tor
kel Knutson purchased each a team at
Deerfield last week.
Stella Klongland, who is attending
high school at Stoughton, spent the
week end at her home.
Mrs. and her son
Emmet have been confined to their
beds with severe colds.
Clarence Feggestad has the White
Leghorn eggs for hatching which he
will sell for 35c per dozen.
Louis Koehn, Julian Eide, Melvin
Klongland and Roy Cornell drove to
Madison Saturday on business.
Only a few of the mothers of Utica
met at the school house Friday, so next
Saturday afternoon the teacher would
like to see every one of you out to this
Just received at Cornell & Klong
land’s store, anew assortment of ging
hams, sheeting, quilting and cotton,
percales, outing flannels and curtaining
from 10 to 50c per yard. Also a few
good patterns in batiste and Buddy
linens. We give 5 per cent off for cash
for over SI.OO sales.
Mr. and Mrs. Torval Smithback en
tertained the 500 club Saturday even
ing at their home. Most of the folks
were dressed up in different costumes
which caused continuous laughter from
early evening until they were ready to
go home. Everybody enjoyed the even
Miss Elsie Hencben visited friends in
Janesville Saturday and Sunday.
Royal Ellefson has been sick and con
fined to the house the past week.
Mrs. J. C. Drown visited Mrs. A. P.
Murwin at the latter’s home Sunday.
Miss Ellen Jessup, who was recently
very ill, visited at the home of her
grandmother, Mrs. Harry Green, Sun
Frank Sayre was kicked on the knee
by a cow Saturday which temporarily
lays him up.
Wood Learn moved from the Wm.
Post farm to the Zacharias farm for
the coming year.
Horace Pease bought a fine span of
4 year old horses at the auction in Ed
L. A. Kramer, wife and daughters
and George Moore motored up from
T. S. Biggar, who has been visiting
at his old home here, has returned to
his home in Walkerville, Ont.
Frank Schmeling moved his family
and household goods from the village
onto the Louie Granzow farm.
Misses Ella and Evelyn and Oliver
Mnrwin were entertained by Mrs. Hor
ace Pease at her home Sunday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Green expect to
move from the Allen farm to their new
home south of Gibbs lake the last of
Mrs. Frank Pease Jr. visited at the
home of her brother, County Surveyor
Alex Ely, in Janesville the latter part
of the week.
Charles Raymond and family moved
from the village Friday onto the Ray
mond farm in Porter where they will
make their home.
Owing to the warm weather and
thaw the bottoms have entirely dropped
out of the dirt and gravel roads around
here, making travel very bad.
Ole Johnson and wife moved their
household goods from the village to the
Christ Phillips farm in Albion on the
Edgerton and Stoughton road.
Calvin West and family, who have
returned from Rhinelander where he
has held the position of county agent,
will run the Post farm the coming year.
Rev. and Mrs. Corpe, Mrs. S. H.
Bentley, Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Murwin
were entertained at tea Saturday even
ing by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green at
L. E. Thurston, an old time resident
of Fulton, who has been living in Ed
gerton the past few years, has moved
his family back to Fulton into the O.
P. Murwin house on State street, re
cently vacated by Charles Raymond.
A full house greeted the play, “Kin
dling the Hearth Fire,” given by the
young people in the church Thursday
evening. The play was good and ren
dered in fine shape, and all were well
pleased with the receipts amounting to
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Pease, Mrs.
Nora Pease and Mr. and Mrs. O. P.
Murwin attended the play, “The Old
Fashioned Mother,” given at the Ma
sonic Temple at Edgerton Friday even
ing. and all were well pleased with
The famous domino games that have
been played at Murwin Bros.’ store
during the winter have been interrupt
ed quite frequently by the many auc
tions in this vicinity recently. The
dominos used are made of ivory and
ebony and are nearly 100 years old.
Everyone welcome, everything free.
Father McDermit of Evansville will
give his famous lecture on the Irish
question at the Social Center meeting
in the hall Friday evening, March 10th.
Father McDermit is a very good speak
er and especially on this subject that is
interesting the world at present. Ev
erything is free and everyone is invited
to come and bring their friends.
Several crops of tobacco from this
locality were delivered at Deerfield on
Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jones went to
Beloit last Sunday afternoon where the
former will be employed.
On Thursday evening, March 16th,
there will be a social at the Hillside
school house. There will be an apron
sale, a cafeteria lunch and a good pro
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Johnson, Dr. A.
L. Fosse, Herman Olson, Mrs. G. G.
Moen and Herman Moen were enter
tained at George Benson’s last Sunday.
On Tuesday evening of last week a
farewell party was given at the J. R.
Lien home in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Smithback who moved to their
new home at Madison the latter part
of the week. A social time was en
joyed, refreshments were served, and a
token of remembrance was presented
with best wishes from their East Kosh
Mr. Dewey of Deerfield spent Sunday
at the Turnbull home.
Theo. Tellefson has been confined to
the house for a week with the grippe.
The Rockdale congregation have their
yearly meeting March 13th at 10 a. m.
Mrs. J. B. and Frances Turnbull
called on Mrs. O. Guterud last Satur
Mr. and Mrs. Teddie Anderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Anderson were at Mad
ison last Thursday. ,
Mr. and Mrs. Hans J. Tellefson vis
with their daughter, Mrs. Theo. Sahr,
at Fort Atkinson last Saturday.
Mrs. Emil Herried gave a Saturday
afternoon coffee to a few of her neigh
bors and friends last Saturday.
Mrs O. Guterud and Mrs. C. O. Tel
lefson helped Mrs. John Venaas cele
brate her birthday last Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson at
tended church here last Sunday and
spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. O.
The warehouse will open here Wed
nesday. If you want your tobacco put
up, bring it down; plenty of help now,
and a good job guaranteed.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Carpenter’s
daughter Florence, who has had two
operations at a hospital in Madison, is;
reported to be in a serious condition.
The Ladies society will give a parcel
post sale and supper in the church par
lors St. Patrick’s day, March 17th. The
bill of fare will consist of flode grd,
lefse. waffles, pie and coffee. A gen
eral invitation extended to all.
SAVE YOUR SOLE
Men's Leather Soles 10c, 15c, 25c
Women’s Leather Soles 10c, 15c
Boys' Leather Soles 10c, 15c
Cedar Oil Polish
SI.OO Size 50c
50c Size 25c
25c Size 10c
None Better Made. Money Refunded if not Satisfactory
Fresh Peanut Brittle % j
Luscious Gum Drops IOC pOUIIO
BORGNIS - Edgerton
THE HOME OF NEW THINGS
PRINGLE BROS. CO.
Thurs. Fri. Sat.
Walnuts Meats lb. 65^
Pecan Meats lb. 85^
Almond Meats lb. 65^
Fresh Smoked Wieners 15c
Boneless Codfish I lb. box 25c
Spice cat lunch Herring 15c
Pare Frait Jam, large jar 25c
Good can Pink salmon 15c
Med. Red Salmon, can 25c
Red Alaska Salmon, can 40 c
Chinook Salmon, can 40c
Ideal Malt Syrup, can 95c
Sweet Corn, tan 10=15=18=22c
Peas can 10=12=17=20=25=30c
Pork & Beans Tomatoe sauce 10=15=20
Wax Beans, can 15c 2 for 25c
Kidney Beans, can 15c-1 Oc
Lima Beans, 15c 2 for 25c
Large can Sunbeam Milk 8c
Fresh Pork cuts
Large can Sweet Potatoes 20c
One can is equal to 5 pounds
Fresh Sweet Potatoes
Genuine Tycoon Tea lb. 75c Signet Coffee, lb. 25c
The greatest values in coffee and teas in Edgerton
Free delivery to all parts of city
PRINGLE BROS. CO.
Chas. Bates is on the sick list.
Blue birds have arrived in this local
Verne Boss spent the week end in
Mr. O. Sorenson of Albion has leased
the T. Peach farm.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Doty of Edgerton
spent Sunday at the T. Ford home.
D. Casey, wife and son Edward spent
the week end in Janesville.
Mr. Stephen Dooley of Janesville
spent a few days here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. S. Norby rejoice over
the arrival of a baby daughter on Tues
A number from here attended the
funeral |of Melvin McCarthy in Janes
ville on Monday. The deceased was
born and reared here and had many
friends. He was a nephew of Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Boss.
Mrs. Ernest Peach entertained the
Help-a-Bit club on Thursday. Delicious
refreshments were served. Mrs. D.
Wheeler drew the quilt. Next Thurs
day evening the ladies will hanon®*-
their husbands at the home of v riS
Fred Peach at a 7 o’clock dinner.
Albion Creamery Butter
Fresh Salted Peanuts lb.
Blanched Jumbo Peanuts
Fresh Roasted Peanuts lb. 15^
Fat Salt Herring
Salt Bay Fish
Mustard Sardines 15c-1 Oc
Oil Sardines 5c
Fancy Oil Sardines 1 Oc-15c
Norwegian Smoked Oil Sardines 15c
Peaches, can 25c
Apricots, can 25c
Black Raspberries 25c
Blaeberries, can 25c
Strawberries, can 25c
Fiseapple, can 25c
16 bars White soap 25c
10 bars P & G soap 53c
10 bars Electric Spark soap 55c
American Loaf Cheese, lb. 35c
Full Cream Am. Cheese 27c
Brick Cheese, lb. 25c
E. Wheeler entertained the wood
John Lay, Janesville, was a caller in
this vicinity Saturday.
Miss Marie Fox spent the week end
at her parental home here.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Manthei were
Edgerton shoppers Wednesday.
Mrs. E. Fox and daughter Marie were
callers on Mrs. T. Condon Sunday.
Mr. Floyd Brown is visiting with his
relatives in Richland Center a few days.
Mrs. T. Condon and son Robert re
turned to their farm in Porter last
Mrs. Viola Phillips and children spent
the week end at the Hilton home in
Mr. and Mrs. L. Bienash and family
and Mrs. Chas. Harnack were Janes
ville shoppers Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs, Chas. Harnack and
family, Center, spent Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. H. Harnack, Evansville.
LOST —A pair of rimless nose glasses
with chain and ear loop attached. Find
er please leave at this office and receive
-Consult your postmaster or banker
before you invest. 17?4
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Stock Tonic, 60c package now 50c
The $1.25 package now SI.OO
Panacea, 30c package now 25c
The 5 pound package now : 75c
Louse Killer, 30c package now- 25c
The 60c package now 50c
You can always buy the Dr. Hess goods
at an Honest Price _
The Rexall Store.- - - Edgerton, Wis.
Stewart Jewelry Cos.
If it comes from Stewarts
Thursday, Friday and
Cream of Wheat 20c
Pillsbury Bran 15c
3 Jap Rose Soap 25c
Small Quaker Oats :.. 10c
Y üban Coffee 43c
3 lb. Yuban Coffee $1.25
Morning Cup Coffee 45c
Brownie Coffee 34c
Anona Cofiee 30c
Our Good Bulk Coffee 25c
Fresh Head Lettuce
Fresh Spinach Rutabagas
B Cheese A Cheese
Long Horn Cheese
Occident Flour Urma Flour
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