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Fox Lake Representative (Newspaper) - January 19, 1912, Fox Lake, WisconsinWhich will last for just two weeks including saturday january twentieth some r a r e b a r g Ain s in o v e r o ats this is just the season of the year when y Era Are in need of a Good heavy outside covering to keep you warm and now the Advent of this Sale a fees it a very opportune time for you to buy and save Money tomorrow v january 6th, win begin our or v Sale fur Collar and hush lined goats a Good warm or viable lined and with a Nice Waim fur Collar. To close Coats during Sale Coats during Sale stylish military Collar bargains in Odd sized overcoats we few of these Dandy Coats and they Are certainly Jarga ios. Formerly now going at we have a few Odd Abed boats in various styles and and you can get a bargain in these Coats formerly sold at to to 12.95 boy s have a vow Odd Coats that will be Money for you if you buy now boy s suits one lot of suits for the Little fellow that formerly sold for and go at shirts Good heavy Winter weight flannel shirts that formerly sold at and Tjaden fear Small Lota of broken sizes in fleece lined underwear formerly it close out 89c. 39c. Sweaters warm in both Turtle neck and sweater Vest styles formerly to and 89c. Duck boats Good warm Servio Able Coats just thing for Winter were 25 but during Sale Are tvs Sale lasts Only two works so come Early while tie selection is Fox Lake Lake representative j. Kutok. Friday january 8, ton a Muni new year reception Given it the while washing a one of the most Brilliant l Alfurs of that nature held for a viral y Over j too people Shook uni Iii with president Taft during the unite Wirs in which he stood in line Usiri i Iii a ecu. Ausili r drove of suckers Lias been Flat feel ii an eyeglass Puhler up i image county where in went around taking orders for or decl pay in no came Back h is so much Ali tji Ert is a ii m b in Elfry Oil they , Uip Posa it be a Uther crop ready when tin in is Crock Coli Ink along. Or. Blia Aon of Omro has been a Poi Ltd state veterinarian to succeed 3 r. Hartwig resigned. Lac Rosse county Farmers Are going to about Koo per acre from their Oba oco raised last year. Bib Evans the famous lighting Adrai Al of the Navy died suddenly at Waal in ton wednesday of acute indigestion. He was one of the most prom nent characters in american Hestoy of later years and stood High in to e estimation and of his Couo Tumeo. An i tangle has developed i to the new apportionment us of i nit As it Aile cts the Selec of Italy it Delej Fau h to the National onion rating conventions next crier the of idea poor Troini Iii act u does not go into effect until 1. The primary Eleo ton to is to be held on Hie Tii Clay of april but Candy Mimi Lilc their no i nations at ii i . In the districts As Tii v Imp an1, Vuk Lilic election will take after the districts Are change by the new apportionment. Tuo wik Cousin income tas Law Etc chive january 1, i with incomes Tai gift ii tired Itol Urs a year u ural Vii persons with incomes twelve Hundred Tii Llars. For ill in the family under eight Vimol age. Or Oiler dependent fat Clit of two it it Luis tier hire for th6 the Tat May be said to bin i 4t an inc Uuie of Suteu or Tiu Prtrt in do Lara. Tie us is it want no die Torst thousand Del i to Orni Plout toe mar. On. Kurtli of Otto per of Ems up to i Dou and then i writ lung a main had about acres of it in i to and the stand hat. Largely in Ere sed since that Wisconsin pea crops also the most valuable per Aoi rating at 921.08, with an average Yie d of a few Points under 15 acre. Michigan and Colorado peas Are rated at and bushels per act with a corresponding decrease in Vai Ift a compared to who Onslo. Wis coi in is a pretty Good old state taken in one Side and Down the other. In Wisconsin Farmes who have Heird us much about the proud ouse of the irrigated will to to hear that an each of con wheat Rye and a u of greater value in Wisconsin us n in the irrigated states and the does not have to by oar Lead it anxin4 in Hutto on of hta Faros Ith Hoe and a boots act a bs4 own a Momia s with tit a of and Taclof to of Stew by the o. 8 prop Tom wifi of erupt wis Tootla Tumtum Stokl of tic is Sasto Wilt Haw my Fri Oral mention. Willie went to cd str Satur Day. B. To Baker was Home from Belott this week. O. R. Schramme went to wednesday. Elliott had business at Mih Vau Kee tuesday. Miss Alice Smith visited Waupun relatives new years. Mrs. Ada Grube of Sparta was Here Between trains saturday. Miss Stella Farnsworth visited rela Tives at Waupun the past week. Csc Farley Azpell of Milwaukee was out for the Dette Grebe wedding. Miss Eliza Oettli ohly went to Chica go Friday for a visit with friends. Misses Lizzie Madden and Joule Bisarek went to Milwaukee tuesday. 3. Gould went to Somers Satur Day to spend new tears witty his son. Miss Margaret Davis of Cambria has been a guest of miss Jessie megs this week. George Madden of wan Bay k. D., has been visiting the. Old Home this week. Kenneth Thomas of Milwaukee has been visiting tils grandmother this week. Pm. Hobkirk was Over Frodo bran Don to Greet the new year it tha old Home. Herman pet Tach and family have Immi visit tag relatives at Baraboo Mew Loude Krave Fea of Milwaukee guest of mrs. J. Clinski new years. William Whittingham of Ville spent sunday Here Witt his brother Tom. Or. Elmerson and miss Hazel megs wern guests of prof and mrs. Nash Waupun new years. B f red Haast and wife spent new years with their daughter mrs. Wilkle Coll ids at Portage a. A eld Soave and wife of Laurieat spent new years herewith mrs. Bids Moe s sister mrs. Patterson. Don Kutel was Hartford w spend new year with his grand Mother mrs. Bel re Pyle ii. H Par Ems accompanied him. Mrs. Margaret Berigan ant Henry Berogan of Malsor cart Zytt spend new years with Belr Ter and Stater mrs. Mow i. J. Clark went to hoi Alcoa Day to veet his son if who by log out As ret. A Tatum we Wendt to Home from Mielke was Home from Holu ays. Vat Ina Are Tonii Bilpoo for the holidays. Jip Onugu hew Bette Fald for better is spending a Tew Days with relatives Waupun. Or. Harom blow Ifor tews with a latins at Waupun. St my Oil Mons was called to Mil m has brother j. Was brought to Matt att Barlett Kelley graveyard Tea boy make Diplomat mum by which rid of an Vett tic Oess scalded by a can of Stone food Law the Flom the w Paul Mcgregor loves to Mother toll my slow is. Also likes to its Young friends come astr share the stories. To tap pens that a we i is grata with Pant win drop a Tor a sit in Ami then the to it knows the stories he stoutly Tofts his Mother Are for him and by friends Only. The of Ottra the vital. It was of a recent evenly to the of a Farr he for whom Paul entertains to the Adahl. Dropped in with the others and Ira met later Pool raft a. Then he. Spoke up t tale Saemg. Bloke Wylke Eja t to sore of Tea. Be has Rej toed the a Eleonie boy. I seen Only to Don t Sak Paul. Billy Wollke Ain t c x to Eon of we Comfort rockers i and easy chairs the Back of this Rocker is scientifically upholstered so As to give rest and relaxation to the spinal lives that tired nervous feeling the most restful Rocker made guaranteed upholstered furniture again other Lor denied it. Int kept re vat 01 Reue Erdlac the Ete tement. Til to Ltd Osur Seld the other boy. 1 urn today sad just to prove Billy Wylke has a sore to Bra h after he had Paul to he Rattler. 1 Buist to Lio on with the Stem w i j. F. Schlitzberg whirr w on state kiss will tune your plasm or amorese mrs. Ida h. Nourse Lorre Tolj and at reason if
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