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NVim-omh.n Advkktwkk. Wabeno. Wis..
and such as are for publication should
bear the real as well as the assumed
name. No anonymous communications I
will he printed in this paper, unless ae-
corn pan icd by the real name, which
\ may or may not be printed according to
the wish of the writer.
All communications for publication
should reach us by Tuesday evening to
insure a plaea in the currant issue.
Communications received after that will
have to go over until the following
WABENO C.VJIP. No. (1113. M. W. A.
Meets vn the first, and third Saturday
evening- of each month, at the Utigan <$
. It*Donald Hall, at 7:3 I p. m. Visiting
neighbors are cordially invited.
V. H. Johns. C. G. Himi.ky.
v. C. Clerk.
c. & n. w. try.
Local' Time Cahd.
rrive'mixed train.. .. 1:50 p. pi.
i 'dve mixed train.. . .5:15 p in.
i Arrive pASSf-ngor.... 7:45 p. m.
jeave passenger.. . .8:15 p. m.
V. H. Johns, Agent.
E. 0. Woodbury, Sheriff.
P. Shay, Clerk.
A. 3. llimt.ey, Treasurer.
B. McGinley, Clerk of Court.
J. P. Hooper, District Att’y.
W. W. Waite. Register of Deeds.
JR, A. Edgar, Sup't of Schools.
M. S. Barker, Judge.
F. E. Cook, Surveyor.
W.M. Vanzile, Coroner.
W. E. Webb, Town of Crandon,
W. Mel n nis, Town of Cuvour,
i P. Sha /, Clerk.
OFFICERS OF THE TOWN OF
W, Me Inn is .'. .Chairman
B. McGinley Supervisor
E. F. Carter “
H. W. Stewart Cl<*rL
<J.vs. Stevenson .... .Treasurer
: P. Hoffman* Assessor
|if. J. Dickinson .Justice
f4pG. RUSCH “
HrW. Stewart “ .
i RsCriOOL OFFICERS.
. TOWN O ~ FAVOUR.
iK F. Carter Pres.
Mi Lai iii: Viee-Pres.
sk. W. Stewart Sec.
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KMttil arrives at USO p. m.
'Siail closes at S:UO p. m.
Bpfilce houJs front VP' 1 a. m. to
8:feo p. in.
% from hs.o a, m. to 10:
■fit) a. in.
MBh, - V. H. .Fokns, P. M.
i M. J. Dickinson, Deputy.
S ll—n—HiWPr '~ir~i mmm scsr r ~w* 11 ■■■
| (k H. HARDY.
k Physician and Surgeon,
Fails by Viire given prompt
k - MINORCA.
VILAS CO WIS.
i'R 7 SUBSCRIBE
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r Advertiser. ,
Office of County Clerk, Crandon, Wis., March go, him.
TO THE ELECTORS OF FOREST COUNTY:-
Notice is hereby given that a judicial election is to bo held in the several towns and election precincts in the county of Forest,
on the 4th day of April, IK>9, at which the officers named below are to be chosen. The names of the candidat es for each office to be
voted lor, whose nominations have been certified to the office, are given opposite the title of the office and under the appropriate par
ty or other designation, each in its proper column, and the questions submitted to a vote are stated below:
INFORMATION TO VOTERS.
The following instructions are given for the information and guidance of voters: A voter, upon entering the polling place and
giving his name and residence, will receive a ballot from the ballot clerk, which must have endorsed thereon tin* names or initials uf
both ballot clerks, and no other ballot can be used. Upon receiving his ballot the voter must retire alone to a booth or compartment
and prepare the same for voting. A ballot clerk may inform the voter as to the proper manner of marking a ballot, but he must not
advise or indicate in any manner, whom to vote for. The voter if he wishes to vote for all the candidates nominated by any party
should *- ake a cross mark, X, under the party designation printed at the top of the ballot in the square made for that purpose. A
ballot so mark.-d, and having no other mark, will be counted for all the candidates of that party in the column underneath, unless the
names of some of the candidates have been erased, or a cross-mark be placed opposite the name or names of candidates in another
column, and will be counted for all names written in lieu of one erased. If the voter wishes to vote for some of the candidates of
different political parties, he should make a cross-mark, X, after the name of each candidate he desires to vote for. If lit* wishes to
vote for a person for a certain office whose name is not on the ballot, he must write the name in the blank space under the printed
name of the candidate for the Office. The ballot should not be marked in any other manner. If the ballot be spoiled, it must be re
turned to the ballot clerk, who must issue another in its stead, but not more than throe in all to any one voter. Five minutes’ time
is allowed in booth to mark ballot. Unofficial ballots or memorandum to assist tin* voter in marking his ballot can be taken into the
booth, and may be u4*£Jo..eopy from. The ballot must not be shown so that any person can see how it has been marked by the vot
er. After it is markedfTt should be folded so that the inside cannot be seen, but so that the printed indorsements and signatures of
the ballot clerks on the outside may be seen. Then the voter should prtss out of the booth or compartment, give his name to the in
spector in charge of the ballot box, hand his ballot to be placed in the box, an pass out of the voting place. A voter who declares to
the presiding officer that he is unable to read, or that by reason of physical disability lie is unable to mark his ballot can have assist
ance of one or two .election officers in marking the same, to be chosen by the voter: and if he declares that he is totally blind lie may
be assisted by any person chosen by him from among the legal voters of the county. The presiding officer may administer the oath,
in his discretion, as to such per. on’s disability. The party designations and candidates for the different offices, are as follows: *
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT.
For the term commencing on the first Monday in Junuary A. D. 1900.
Name of Candidate. Business or Vocation. Residence. Party or Political Prin >imt Rep re sen? afl.
JOHN B. CASSODAY, Justice of Supreme Court, No. 1.-19 E. Oilman St., Madison, Wis. A Non-Partisan Judiciary.
FOR JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT.
For the term ending On the first Monday in January A. D. 190:2.
Name of Candidate. Business or Vocation. - Residence. Party or Political Principle Represented.
JOSHUE ERIC DODGE, Justice of Supreme Court, No. 4Hi Jefferson St., Milwaukee, Wis.. A Non-Partisan Judiciary.
I W w ■* - $
Ci!£ HORSE far:i wagon,
LIGHT SPRING WAGONS.
If you wish the . . .
for the . . .
write for descriptive circular
F:i:sn & McDonald's Hall.
j Adults 25 Ots. Children 15 ht*.
t Naylor & JoHnaoa. Props.
WABENO. FOREST COUNTY. WISCONSIN. THURSDAY. MARCH, it. 1899.
P. SHAY, County Clerk, Forest County, Wis.
Formerly jjhii House.
WM. CHILSON. PROP,
(liilett - Wisconsin.
C >od Acooui modations,
Sample Room In Connection.
HOFFMAN A KHIEFK,
Contrcctcrs ard Builders.'
Arehitectur.-d D signs And Esti
mates Made On All Kinds Of
Buildings, with or without
Lathing And Shingling A
Mrs. Naylor is working at the
Andrew Weber is working in
Emil Bifkle is again working
for Rukclj Bros.
C'has. Townsend was in the
village Thursday, Leturuing to
G'dli tt Oil the eV(*nin<;^Ain.
M. J. Dickinson is visiting Pel
Stives at Eagle River this Week.
1 will be at tin* Exchange
Hotel, at Wabeno, Wis., on Tues
day, April 4th, I 99, prepared
to do all kinds of denal work.
Dr. Fred W. Briggs,
Oconto Fails, Wis.
At M nitowoc, Manit )w<x* C 1 ~
this stall*, on Wednesday at the
Luther, n church at :;:.‘i() p. m.,
Mr. 0. H. Songlaub 1o M's,s Mar
garet Meyer. The bride is tl e
daugher of one of the prominent
families of that place and lead r
in society’ and the groom is the
well-known and oblging hook
keeker for the Uuseli Bros. Lum
ber Company at this place. They
arrived here on the evening train
Saturday und met tit the depot
by the local band, of which Mr.
Kenghiub is leader, escorted to
the Hotel Wabeno. The Advor
tis *r joins their many friends in
wishing t hem a Jong and happy
Circuit Coturt lasted only two
days this term, blit tl special term
is called for May :2nd, at whim
time the HtoJlker murder cas *
and other CiSos that are not dis
i>o(*d of will be tried.
See notice of judical election
in this jwpe**!
Ruscli Bros, lost a valuable
horse last week.
Attend the Show next K stur- i
Clerk of Court M’Ginloy re
turned from Crandon Saturday
The Rat Lumber Company has
bought considerable land up near
tht* Rat River and are going t >
put in a mill at once. The mill
outfit has already arrived here,
Last week Mr. Manning a
Laud Agent for thd C. &N. W.
R’y. Cos., sold nearly 4,iwm icrc
of land to Miner Br >s., of Or.-: w
ford couunly. This land is n-J
bout a (juarter of a mile from ti e
siding below here and Mimo*
Bros, are going to put in a large
Miss BoWen spent Sunday nt|
V. H. Johns and family are
moving into the Swan dwelling
In another column see Hoffman
A* Kri tfek's "ad." If you ha'-e
any carpenter work to he done it
will pay you to call on them.
Ti W. Wade returned from
down the line today.
Dr. Briggs dentist will be
the Exchange April 4th. The
Doctor is first -cuss.
VOL 1. NO. 32.
ITu ifie Express Hatfi j>. nt.
Mixed Train t: 1A tn
I’aci‘te Express u. in.
Mixed Train t:ao p. nt.
\\. .1,,.b >N Ks. Ve-ent.
Officers of the Town of
W . E. Web!> . Ch : andr’n; u
H. Ke.mior t* u erviuoi
0. F. Johns*-’m “
T. .1 Kane Clerk
Henry Poppy Tr easiii-i v
John Waite :..Aa or
G. H. Bailey ‘- X
F. E. Cook Justice
|W. A. Wessott “
C. T. H. Riggs “
i9. Masbauin ,** PHS
School Office *s.
TOWN Of OliANl>t>N
L. S. Wilcox !
Jos. Houle Vic.- bcs.
F. W. Alarquar l Soi'l
lMlMm..J..iii. H " s TS.-WW- -v-irnr .^.s
C. 0. HIM£.EV| \
T. T. MOCR 2, I’rcp.'iMor.
Sa nple Room In ContteL'n.
J . W . ! 'IIS CH ,
Physician an.; 3
G Hi LETT, W:-\
S[> i'i! jiU 'uii'tn paid to eiiis
along t!ie Kioadyko Division
of tho C. & N. W. E'y line.
When in njcd a> *
Farm, Dra t or
L. J. NEWALD
Tie JtJfiole iarse iftbSr.
T. W. WADE & SON. Procs.
At/Sn DBA! 4M U s IV-' ;
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