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0. U. HIMLEY. PUBLISHER.
‘ * SOCIETY WABENO CAMP. No. 'ill,'!. M. AY. A. Meets on the first and third Friday evening of each month, at the M. V. of V. Ilall, at 7:30 p. m. Visiting a. gh -Ikh-s are cordially invited: . M. D. Joses, ConhAdis Jbckmx. V. C. Clerk. C. &N. W. R’y, Local Time Card. North Bound. f Passenger 7:58 a, in. Mixed train ...2:55 p. im South Bound. tPassenger 9:08 a. in. Mixed train 4:50 p. in. f Wednesday and Friday only. V. H. Johns, Agent. Post-Office. Mail arrives at 2:55 p. m. Mail c-loses at 4:30 p. m. Office hours from 7:00 a. tn. to 5:00 p. m. Sundays from 9:00 a m. to 2: 00 noon. V. H. Johns, Postmaster, C. G. Himley, Deputy. TOWN OFFICERS. John McGuire Chairman F. O. Rusch Supervisor Ernest Martin “ C. G. Himley Clerk M. J. Dickinson Treasui-er A. J. Johnson ........ Assessor A. L. Burg an... Justice P. Mielke “ M, Boland “ 0. E. Lutz A. G. Russell Constable Wm. Griffin “ Chris. Gantner “ Frank Farrell “ C. G. HIMLEY, Notary Public W ABEND. WISCONSIN. FOR SALE! FOR SALE—The Palmer House at Laona. Good two story hotel building witli modern im provements, well located, includ ing two lots, for sale cheap. For terms apply to Lewis Palmer, Laona, Wis. Notice. I hereby give notice that I have the agency for selling the Chicago & North-Western Rail way Company lands for Crandon und vicinity. For further par ticular.-: and terms call on or ad dress. A. E. Himley. Crandon, Wis. Home Seekers. It Will Pay You to Look Up Lands in Northern Wis consin. The North-Western Line has large tracts of land for sale along its lines in Northern Wisconsin at low prices and easy terms of payment. If you are looking for anew location where good land is.cheap, this your op portunity and now is the time to buy. Markets near are: Minneapolis, St. Paul, Duluth. Superior. Milwaukee, Chicago. The ldnd is well timbered -vith a mixed hardwood growth, the soil fertile and easy of cultivation, and there is a great abundance of pure cold water. Remember the above points when you are looking for land. For Illustrated Folder and fur her free information address Geo. W. Bell, Land Commissioner, Hudson. Wis.. or G. 11. Macllae. As sistant General Passenger Agent. St. Paul. Minn. If You Are Goto? to California Apply to agents Chicago & North-West ern By, about the through Tourist Sleeping Car service to Los Angeles and Vin Francisco, hoard trip tourist tick ets on sale daily. M. J. DICKINSON WABENO, wts. -DEALER IN- Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Footwear, Hardware, Lumbermen’s Supplies. Hay, Flour and Feed. Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT OF INTERIOR. Land Office at Wacsac, ,Vis., November 1. 1001, Notice is hereby given that the fol lowing-named settler lias 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 Oconto. Wisconsin, on De cember 13, 1901, viz: (leoboe Cbawfokii of Lakewood. Wisconsin, who made 11. E. No. -1, for the X. E. li N. Eli, Sec. 3, Tp. 33. N., 11. 1 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Oustav Hagen, Fredrick Marks, Carl Ihlenfeldt and George Langley all of Lakewood, Wisconsin. Jqhn W. MII.J.EH, * Regis' er. Notice. JoS. Trompczynski will be at the Palmer House at Lao ia every Wednesday with a fu’l line of drugs. J. TV. twenty years ex perience in the drug line empow ers him to treat any kind of sick ness with good success. Home Seekers' Excursions to the Northwest, west and southwest Via the North-Western Line. Horae Seekers' Excursion Tickets at greatly reduced rates will be ;sold on the first and third Tuesdays of each month through the year 1901 to the territory indicated above. Standard and Tour ist Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining Chair Cars and ‘ The Best of Everything.,,' For full particulars apply to agents Chicago A- 1 th-Western R'y. Very Lov, Rate'i to International Live Stock Exposition at Chicago. 111., Via the North-Western Line. Tickets will be sold, at one fare, plus $2.00, for round trip December 2,3 and 4. limited to return until December 8, inclusive. Apply to agents Chicago & North-West era Ry. I’d leave my happy home and cross the dark blue sea, Rather than be without Charley and my Rocky Moun tain Tea. Ask your druggist, Brings attractiveness to list less, unlovable girls making them haudsome, marriageable women. That’s what Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 85c. Ask your drug gist. t A thousand things by it are done fjr better than most tlhngs do one. We refer to Rocky Moun tain Tea made bj Madison Medi cine Cos. 35c. Ask your drug gist. !■ OR SALE——A row boat, in good condition, dirt cheap for cash; cause for selling, dead and need money. Apply to Himley at the Advertiser Of fice, WABENO. FOREST COUNTY. WISCONSIN. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28: 1901. LOCAL LOOIC. Dr. Lackuer of Laoua was seen in town Friday. Fred Blume returned to his home at Mountain Tuesday. Mrs. H. B. McNab is able to be around ugain. ‘Attorney Ebel 6f Gillett did business'in totvn today. Mrs. Paul Newman visited her relatives at Gillett last week. Dock Bennett returned from his home at Clintonville Friday. ► C. S. Pierce of Milwaukee said How! to the Advertiser man Friday. Miss Florence McDonald of Laona is visiting her sh ier Mrs. Dickinsou. Mrs. V H. Johns is spending the week with her parents in O eonto. Albert Rusch did business down the line the forepart of the week. Conradin Jeeklin tranSaeU'd business at Gillett and Green Bay this week. * Justice Burgan was called to Laona on official business Tues day. Charley Hanson and mother of Suring visited relatives at the Manitowoc Housb this week. Paul McDonald, Geo. Hall of Laona and Rolla Dickinson uf Pad us spent Thanksgiving with the Dickinson family. Dan McDonald of Gillett has contracted to put in two million feet of logs for the Indiana Lum ber Cos. of Padus. Wm. John of Gillett spent tlie week with his o: other Victor, our Postmaster, and incidentally taking in the hunting season. John Gees and William Smith of Washington county visited their brother-in-law Wm. Rum rnell this week. I Frank Kopecky, one of our prosperous farmers has sold his logs to the Wabeno Lumber and & Mfg. Cos. Misses Anna Boehm and Emma Frost came up from Mountain Tuesday, the former to visit her brothers and the latter to assist jit the Manitowoc House. The Advertiser force con sisting of the editor, compositors and “devil*’ are busy making out \ t the tax roll, and by the assist ance of the “angels” expect to get it in shape to turn over to Treasurer Dickinson in duo time. An interesting Thanksgiving entertainment was given 2t, the school house Wednesday after noon by the pupils of the village school under the supervision of their teacher Miss Emdgene Dick inson. The recitations, songs, etc. indicated that the pupils are in the bun > of a capable and painstaking teacher, in short they I all did well. Que of the most pleasant balls of the season was given at the Woodman Hall by Conradin Jeck lin, the proprietor last Thursday night. The music was furnished by the Kunaschk S’ring Band. A. jolly aggregation was present and consequently all had a g.*od time. An oyster supper was served at the Hotel Wabeno at 12 o'clock. Correspondence: Carter Did you give Thanks? Henry Marlin transacted busi ness at Lena Wednesday. Mrs. A. B. Carter has been on the sick list the past few days. Martin Brothers have secured the services of a blacksmith who is be'mg kept'busy these days. The entertainment to be given by the school has been postpon ed for a week. Farrell & Bugbeo are busy get ting ready to commence logging operations. Joe Lareau of Clintonville struck town Thursday and is working for Farrell. Larson Bros, are busy putting in a stock of good in their new store. John, the mason is now duly installed as janitor at the Mielke Hotel, and talks of going fishing soon. S. F. Hammon and his brother in-law returned from Roekton and have begun work for Marlin Bros. Another Mill to Locate. H. F. Priebe, of Leland, Sauk County, was in the village again Wednesday and while here closed the deal with C. S. Pierce, Gen’l Land Agent of the O. & N. W. Ry. Cos. for Out Lot D. and one half of Block 5, to be used as a mid site and lumber yard. He has also purchased some timber land in 35-35-14 of the North Western Company. Mr. Priebe intends putting up a mill that will be up to date in every re- J spect, with planer and matcher complete. He will pay special attention to custom work, and later on contemplates adding a shingle mill to his plant. W. A. Powers and sons who arrived here from Sauk county son:,* weeks ago will engage a crew of men and commence the erection of the mill at once. We are glad to welcome an industry of this kind to our village, and wish them abundant success in their undertaking Special Sale. Here is a bargain for you: Men's fine Wool undershirts at ilOcts. each. M. J. Dickinson. Look Here! For the next 80 days wo Will sell Hour at the following prices: Pat-White Lily sl.lß persoto sk. “ Gold Leaf sl.lO “ .** Str’t Best ’Money .9< “ “ “ M. J. Dickinson. Services by liev. Frwdrich at the Lutheran Chbrch Sunday. Fitzpatrick & Buuta have leas ed the Palmer House at Laorta, and will also put in a bar. Phil. Bruns and John Lopas have sold their interests in flie Hat River Lbr. Cos. to Fred Luc* kow, their partner in business, who n >w assumes full control of the entire plant. Papers being drawn up to *hat effect today. j County Board Proceedings. Special Mooting. Crandon, Wis.. Sept. 12, 1901. ll> a. m. Board met pursuant to call and called to order by T. J. Kane, chairman. All members present. The clerk then read the following call for a special meeting. To P Shay, Cos. Clerk of For est Cos., Wis., Crandon, Wis. Dear Sir:— We respectfully request you to call a meeting of the County Board for September 12, 1901 fot the purpose of allowing bills on road work and such other busi ness as tuay legally come holme the board A." said mooting, T. J. Kane, Ohas. Ross, W. E. Webh. Pursuant to said call the clerk sent not ice to each member of tin * board. Bills tiled with the clerk were referred to the finance com mittee. On motion board ad journed until 1 p. in. (To be continued.) Rev. Irl R. Hicks Is Not Dead Notwithstanding a widely cur rent rumor that the Rev. Irl R, Hicks was dead, he never was in better health, and never did a harder and more successful year's work than that just closing. 11; has just completed his large and splendid Almanac fot 1902 and, with his “faff of able helpers, has brought his journal, Word and Works, justly forward into in ter* national reputation. For a quar ter of a century Mr Hicks ha - grown in reputation and useful ness as the people’s astronomer, and forecaster of storms and the character of coming seasons. Never were his weather forecast so Sought after as now, his time ly warning of a serious drouth this year having saved the peo p o from loss and suffering. Mil lions of bushels of wheat were Harvested through his advice to plant crops tint would mature early. The American jieoplo will certainly stand by Prof. Hicks, when it costs them so little and the benefits are so great. His fine Almanac of 200 pages is only 25c, and his splendid family jour nal is only one dollar a y< ur in cluding the Almanac. Send to Word and Works Pub. Cos., 2201 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo. Adverl so in the Advertiser. IT For a hunting license call on Himiey at the Pont-oh ice. The Town Board will meet on Tuesday next. , FOR SALK- Good House and Lot in village of Wabeno. For terms apply to Advertiser Office. Henry Rummell and Fred Rum mell, both of Washington county visited with the Rummell family the forepart of tho week. The former is a brother and the latter an uncle of Mr. Rummell. Subscribe <br the Ahvi.rtfiSEU and you will 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 pscritiott pice of $1.50 per year, besides all the other items of local and general int<>rnt VOL. 4. NO. l(i. Stop At— Hotel Wabeno T. F. MOORE. Proprietor. Sample Room In Connection. WAIiENO, WIS. First-Class. A. L. Burgan, —Dealer in— Groceries, Confectionery. Fresh, Sait and Smoked Meats. WABENO. wis J. W. PINCH, Physician and Surgeon. GILLETT, WIS. Special attention paid lo calls along the Kloudyke Division of the &N. W. R'y line. B. C. FRENCH, Physician and Surgeon, t Mountain, Wis Emil Birkle, Tonsorial Artist. Workmanship First-Class; Haircutting, shaving and sham pooing done in the best manner (Shop in Manitowoc House.) Patronize- ' Manitowoc House W. L. Boehm, Prop. ALSO DEALER IN— Y/iNES, LIQUORS and CIGARS. Good Aecomadations. Reasonable Rates. WABENO Wifi. H. I)RE]KB, Attorney at Law Fire and Life Insurance. Money to Loan on Real Estate. • Shawano, Whs. FI ANK LACKNER M. D. Physician and Surgeon. LAONA, WIS. Will be at the Hotel Wabeno at -Wabeno. every Wednes day and Friday. - CHET STARKS, Cruiser and Estimates . ) . , $ Tresspassing looked after and esti mates made promptly and at reasonable rates. REFERENCE IF DESIREE. > • Wriljjrt JAONA ,v >