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11. G. DREIER, Attorney at Law Fire and Life Insurance. Money to Loan on Real Estate. .Shawano, Wis. J. H. Delamater, —Dealer in— * General Merchandise, Goods Sold Cheap. us a trial and bo convinced. \ laona, - ‘ Wis. FOR SALE! FOR SALE— The Palmer House at Laona. Good two story j hotel building with modern im provements, well located, hu Jud in g two lots, for sale cheap. For terms apply to John Palmer, Laona, Wis. Notice. I wish to call the attention of the public to the fact that the stream running through Section 14; N. E. } of Section 28; W. £of Section 24; W of Section 2." and the N. E. iof Section 30, in Town 84, Range 15 East, is Private Pishing Property and the vraolie, is kindly asked not to tresspass on the same. N. W. Johnson, Keeper. If it is trout you wish to catch my sporty little man, The Oconto, of course, is the proper place, to fill your fry ing pan. There are private fishing grounds along this speckled beauty stream, And you are kindly asked not to tresspass on the same. Thersis good fishing above and there’ is a boat below, This private fishing ground. ■Which you can have by calling on the keeper, Of this private fishing Ranch. It was below this private fish ing. ground, iVhjSre Ij, in companv with a m Landed a 2f pound speckled * beauty, last July. above, and fish below, ‘TSail do not tresspass on these t private fishing grounds. You don’t have to be ft woods maXtir a surveyor, To know when you are tress- these grounds, For there are sign boards all along. Ashing you not to tresspaSs on these private fisWng grounds. Norman W. Jdhnson, Keeper. ■ifc ry Low Pate Excusion Tlckes to the Pan-American Exposition. Buffalo. N. Y.. Via the North-Western Line are sold daily with favorable return limits. Di rect connections at Chicago. with fast trains of all lines to Buffalo. For fur ther particulars, apply to agents. An * illustrated booklet will be mailed on ■ receipt of two cents postage by W. B. Kniskern. General Passenger and Tick et Agent. Chicago. M •• , V r Gold Mining and Prospects In the J Bladk Hills Js the title of a most interesting pam phlet setting forth the opportunities for "\xrokl mining in this very wonder.'ul sec tion >n the North-W estern Line. This publication will be mailed free on re ceipt of two cents In postage by W. 15. Kniskern. G. I*. A T. A.. 52 Fifth ave nue, Chicago. 111. i Subscribe for the Advertiser. M. J. DICKINSON wabeno, wis. -DEALER m- Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Footwear, Hardware, Lumbermen’s Supplies. Hay, Flour and F&€rd. Notice for Publication. Land Office at Wausau. Wis., July 30, 1003. Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof in sup port of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the Clerk of Cir cuit Court at Ornndon, Wisconsin, on September 3 1901. viz: Aof.i.bkrt John son' of Lakewood. Wisconsin, who made 11. E. No. 0770, for the N. W. X N. W. X, Sec. 34. T. 34 N., 15. If. E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Thomas Pemma. Skie Shawano, Jac Dewyer, all of Carter, Wisconsin, and Henry Joranek. of Lakewood, Wisconsin. John W. Miixer, Register. of Institute and Examination- Teacher’s Institute will be held at Crandon, Aug. 26-80 inclusive. The state department expects all teachers to be present. No cer tificate will be granted to any teacher not present unless a valid excuse for non-attendance is giv en to the County Superintendent . Some of the questions at the ex amination will be based on work done at the institute. Examina tions will be held at Crandon be ginning Aug. 31. Text books should be brought to the insti tute. The institute will bofcon ducted by.Wm, of Milwaukee assisted by R. W. Whitford. R. A. Edgar, Ocunty Superintendent. Notice. Jos. Trompczynski will be at the Palmer House at Laona every Wednesday with a full line of drugs, J. T’s. twenty years ex perience in the drug line empow ers him to treat any kind of sick ness with good success. Notice. I hereby give notice that I have the agency for selling the Chicago & North-Western Rail way Company lands for Crandon and vicinity. For further par ticulars and terms call on or ad dress, A. E. Himley. Crandon, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Johnson re turned to Laona Frida}. Helps young ladies to with stand the shock of sudden pro posals, that’s what Rocky Moun tain Tea has done. 35c Ask your druggist. , Thebe-tutythief has come to stay Unless you drive the pimples and blackheads awaf; Do this; don’t look like a fright; Take Rocky Mountain Tea to night. Ask your druggist. WABENO. FOREST COUNTY, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, AUGUST . 1901. LOCAL LOGIC. With this issue the Advertis er becomes three years old. Mr, Hanson of Suring came up to visit his sister Mrs. Joe Boehm, A. G. Russell returned from Iron River Sunday. Wm. Edick ancl family moved into the rear of the Advertiser building. Jos, Trompczynski of Rat River was in the village’ on business Friday. Mrs. V. H. Johns assisted in the Post-office during the fore part of the week. Mrs. Geo. Covell of San Fran cisco, Cal. is visiting at the Swan home. —Jecklin & Cos. have just re ceived a sewing machine and fine organ. Call and see them. Postmaster John of Gillett is in town visiting his son Victor, our genial Postmaster. Mrs. Waterman and daughter Mrs. Myrtle Manning of Laona visited relatives and friends here Wednesday and Thursday. We are under obligation to Miss Madge Moore for her kind assistance on the Advertiser this week. Miss Agnes Walsh, who has been visiting her friend Mrs. M. J. Dickinson for some weeks de parted for Gillett Tuesday. County Treasurer McGinloy who is shipping his lumber at the Rat River mill was here Sun day. D. D. Bathriek of Chicago and J. A. Van Cleve of Marinette were here Monday to attend the meeting of the board of review. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Boehm moved to Mountain Friday, where they intend making their future home. Land Agent Phil brick of Bar aboo accompanied by some men from that city were here Friday and intend investing in a mill site above Laona Gen'l land agent Pierce of Mil waukee and Wm. J. Wagstaff of Oshkosh transacted business in town Wednesday. Mr. Pierce was accompanied by a number of land seekers. The Avertiser acknowledges tlie usual pleasant call. A raffle and dance was given at the Hotel Wabeno Saturday night by Mr. and Mrs Edick, and judging from the quoitness and peace that reigned supreme the following day all must have had a good time. Ticket No. 20 held by a sistei of Mrs. Edick drew the silver set. Mr. and Mrs. Senglaub moved to Manitowoc Monday, where Mr. Senglaub has accepted the position of book-keeper for one of the leading Breweries of that city. A farewell party was given in their honor at the M. W. A. hall Sunday evening, which was well attended. Success. Subscribe for the Advf.rtxser and you will be have a complete record of the proceedings of the County Board, Town Board and the Board of School Directors, which alone is worth the sub scription pnee of $1.50 per year, besides all the other items of local and general interest. The Silver Lake Outing As. sociation have recently sold their property and resort on Silver Lake near Laona to R. R. Mc- Collough, A. F. Banks, G. F. j Bidwell and Bartlett & Fraser, i whom we understand intend re | building and otherwise imprnv* j ing the property in the near fu ture. County Board Proceedings. Special Meeting of the Cos Board. Crandon, Wis., July 2. luOl. The following repoYt was pre sented and on in tion ; dopted: To the Hon. rlic C mty Board of Forest county, Wis Gentlemen: Pursuant to a resoluti on adopted ou tbo 22nd day of May, 1901, I beg leave to report that I did let the work of repairing the court house to Clark Walratli, for the sum of $156.00, his bid being the lowest bid for doing said work and furnishing all material except paper; and said work is now finished, and I recommend that the board do ex amine the work and if satisfactory that an order be drawn fo" said $156.00 to Clark Walrath. Respectfully submitted, P. Shay, Cos. Clerk. Or motion the bills referred finance committee were recalled, the rules suspended and bills allowed: Amt. Amt. No. Name. ’Nature. Cl'md. Ail'd! 34 John McGuire rook work 351.00 35 Connor L. &L. Cos, • • 31.30 30 Chet Starks “ “ 55.00 37 Jno. Stark' “ “ 10.75 33Levi Storks <- 31.50 39 Geo. Venters •• 21.50 40 Robt. I’almer “ “ 17.50 41 Geo. E. Truscott " “ 5.00 42 ('has. Ryan “ “ J 10.25 43 Frank Gifford “ “ 14.00 44 Crandon Hdw. Cos. “ “ 27.50 45 David'Ford “ “ . 71.00 4(1 L. D. Grimmer “ ‘ 3.75 47 Ohas. Ackley “ “ 14.00 48 Robert Walker *• “ 3.50 49 Wm. Ackley “ •* 20.25 50 Gene Wilcox “ “ 8.75 51 H. L. Andrews “ 14.00 52 Andrew May “ “ 12.25 53 Henry Potter “ 14.00 54 Phil. Lolimer “ “ 12.25 5,5 YV. E. Webb “ “ 27.70 50 YVarren Webb '• 5.25 57 John YVaite “ “ 13.50 58 11. Masbaum “ “ #10.50 50 A. Pelow “ *• f 28.00 00 Fence R. L. Cos. “ '• 72.00 61 Harvey Anderson “ “ 17.50 02 T. J. Kane “ “ 54.00 63 F. Hill “ “ 28.00 04 Jo. Houle “ “ 28.00 05 Peter I'.irper “ “ 10.25 00 Geo. Krueger “ • 10.50 67 Chus. Berkman “ “ 19.25 63 A. Gable “ “ 3.50 60 Tliok. Lord “ “ 17.50 70 John Kruse “ ‘ 19.25 71 H. Koch •' 17.50 On motion board adjourned sine die. P. Sha\ , Cos. Clerk. yV* Town Board Proceedings. Adjourned Meeting. Wabeno, Wis., July 17, 1901. Board of Superv' ors met at the clerk’s office pursuant to ad journment and was called to or der by John McGuire, chairman, at 10 o’clock a. m. Present, John McGuire, chair man; Ernest Martin, supervisor and C. G. Himley, clerk. Ab sent, F O. Rusch, supervisor. Minutes of previous meeting read and approved. Application for license of Wrn. Traynor, Philip Modke T. F. Moore and Peter Fagan were pre sented to the board, and having produced a receipt from the town treasurer showing that each had paid into uch treasury the sum of One Hundred Dollars, and their respective bonds duly ap- j proved of Doth as to the form 1 and suffiieeney of .sureties thqre jof On motion the board in structed the clerk to issue to each of the above named appli cants a retail liquor dealer’s li cence for the ensuing year. On motion board adjourned sine die. C. G. Himley, Town Clerk, j Armsirofig Creek. To piy personal knowledge can’t say we have any saloons in the Town of Caswell and f under stand it is against the interests and policy of the large tax pay ers to licence them. The board* so far have acted a long such lines. A great many complaints have come to my ears, but have declined to bo interest ed one way or the other. There are no Lodges, Religious societies, Political or otherwise, to my knowledge, and I have come to believe as a consequence we have comparatively speaking rtt very quiet, peaceable, law-a diding c<femunity. These of courSe are vvry strong or pointed conclusions and probably do not apply to all other people and circumstances- probably mly fit a minority of cases—y v one’s observation and impresions usu ally point out the merit or prin ciple of things, and it at least ap plies here. Wo all lay claim to some share of common sense—or horse sence. Wo avoid all ques tions of difference if possible. We arbitrate dispassionately al /juesttons whether social, church state or otherwise. Wo avoid liti gation, we agree to disagree when all expedients seem to fail. We pay cash. We are contented therefore, we r ; happy. This is a little more informa tion than you asked for and some what digresses from the usual order of things, but we want to get better acquainted with our neighbors, and you newspaper follows have the means if sodes posed.—El. W 8. in North Cran don Leaves. Republicans can afford to watch the conflict in the Democratic party with resignation. They know that not until the Demo cracy gets rid of the incubus of free silver does it stand a chance of having its other heresies for gotten by the voters and of win ing a return to power. So when Mr. Bryan, in answer to the o raission of the silver plank from the Ohio platform, calls aloud that he will not permit this ex ample to bo followed without a fight, he insures a battle royal between the two wings of the party that will keep the past mistakes of the Democracy from being forgotten and will assured ly prevent the Democrats from meddling emotively wth the great colonial problems whose solution is now being worked out by the Republicans. Truly, there seems something tial in this. If a dealer asks you to take something said lobe ‘justas good as Rocky Mountain Tea made by the Madison Medicine Co.,’ ask him if he make more money. Ask } our druggist. VOL. 3, NO. 52. Stop At=- * Hotel Wabeno T. F. tyOORE, Proermtoi', ! Sample Room In Connection. WAIfENO, ...... WIS- First-Class. J. W. PINCH. - Physician and Surgeon. GILLETT, Wig. Special attention paid to calls * along the Klondyke Division of the 0. <Sr N. W. R’y line. Chilson Hotel Formerly John House, WM. CHILSON. PROP.- Gillett • Wisconsin, j Building Re-modeled, Good Accommodations, Sample Room In Connection. Emil Birkle, Tonsorial Artist. Workmanship First-Class, Haircutting shaving and sham pooing done in the best manner (Shop in Hotel Wabeno.) Patronize- Hotel Laona JOHN MCDONALD. Prop. Sample room in connection. Good Accomadalions. LAONA - WIS. Patronize- Manitowoc House W. L.Boehm,Prop. —ALSO DEALER IN— WINES, LIGUORS and CIGARS, Good Accomadations. Reasonable Rates. WABENO wis. CHET STARKS, Cruiser and Estlmater, Tresspassing looked ifter and estl mates made promptly and at reasonable rates. REFERENCE IP DESIRED. LAONA. WISC. Low Rates West ar*.J Northwest this Summer, Via tiie North-Western Line. Excursion tickets will be sold to Snn Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle. Salt' Lake, Denver and other Colorado, Utah and Pueific Coast Points, as well us St, Paul, Minneapolis. Duluth, Dakota Hot Springs, etc., at great]y reduced rates,’ with favorable return limits, on vari ous dates during the summer -'a.-sja, j Frequent Fast Trains. Through Sleep-1 ipg * ars. Chair Cars. Dining Cars. r I, best of Everything. For dates of „ale and full particulars, inquire of ticket agents Chicago <fe North-Western It’y. Advertise in the Advertises. f‘OR SALE—-Good House ijod Lot in village of Wubeno. For terms apply to Advertiser Office. $