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SOCIETY WAIiENO CAMP. No. 0113.1’. \V. A Meets on the first and third Friday evening of each-month, at the M. W. of A. Hall, at 7:3(1 p. m. Visiting neigh bor:'. are cordially invited. >l. 11. Joxrcs. Coxralhx Jki ki.ix. V. C. Clerk. C. &N. W. R’y. Locai. Time Card. North Bound. ♦'Passenger 7:58 a. in. train. 2:55 p. m. South BotrND. ♦Passenger 9:06 a. m. Mixed train 4:50 p m. tWednesday and Friday only. V. H. Johns, Agent. Post-Office. Mail arrives at....... 2:55 p. w. Mail closes at .4:80 p. m. Office hours from 7:o> a. m. to 9:00 p. m. Sundays from 9!00 a m. to £: 00 noon. V. H. .1 oh ns, Postmaster, C. G. Himley, Deputy. TOWN OFFICERS. John McGuire Chairman F. O. Rusch .... Supervisor Ernest Martin.. .. “ C. G. Himley. Clerk M. J. Dickinson Treasurer A. J. Johnson ;.Assessor A,-L. Burgan Justice P. Mielke. .... “ M. Boland. “ O. E. Lutz. “ \. G. Russell. ..... .Constable Win. Griffin...... “ Chris. Gantner. “ Frank Farrell ........ “ C. G. HIMLEY, Notary Public WABENO, WISCONSIN. FOR SALE! FOR SALE—The Palmer House at Luoua. Good two story tiotel building with modern im provements. well located, includ ing two lots, for sale cheap. For terms apply to Lew’is Palmer, Laona, Wis. Notice. , 1 hereby give notice that 1 jiave the agency for selling the Chicago & North-Western Rail way Company lands for Crandon and 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. Tli*? 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 von are looking for anew location where good land is cheap, this your op portunity and now is the time to buy. Markets near arc: Minneapolis,. St. Paul, Duluth. Superior, Milwaukee. Chicago. The land is well timbered with a mixed hardwood growth, the soil fertile and easy of cultivation, and there is a great abundance of pure cold water. . ' Remember fhe above points when you are looking for* land. For Illustrated Folder and father free infol matron address Geo. W. Bell, I>anct Commissioner. Hudson. Wis.. or - 11. Macßae. As sistant General Passenger Agent, St. Paul. Minn. If You Are Going to California Apply io agents Chicago & North-West ernllrv.. r v. about the through Tourist Bleeping Car serrle to Los Angeles and *i> Francisco. Round trip tourist tlck on sale daily. M. J. DICKINSON WaRENO, wis. -DEALER IN- Dry Goods, Groceries, Clothing, Footwear, Hardware, Lumbermen’s Supplies. Hay, Flour and Feed. Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT of the interior, I.AXh OFrie.i at Watsai*, Wis.. December !). 1901. Notice is hereby given t hut the fol lowing mmed settler has filed hotice 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 Crandon. Wisconsin, on January 83, 1903. viz: Katlirine Hughes, who tnade H. E. No. iisiOl. for the N. ,L SE. ?-4 SW. >4 SE. >4 and SE. U SW. hi See. 26. T. 38 N.. i>. .14 East. He names the following witnesses to prove liis continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz: Archie Me Isaac. Frank Hrown. Charles Ross, and Spence Stoclceweather. all of fa vour. Wisconsin. John W. Miller, Register. Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, Lanp Office at Wavsac, Whs.. December 0, 1901. 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 Circuit Court at Crandon. Wisconsin, on .lunu ury 22, 1902. vis: John Hughes, who made H. E. No. 9850. for the W. V, N. E. ‘4. See. 14. T. 38 N.. R. 11 East. He names the following witnessess to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said lacd. viz: Archie .Me I-sac. Frar’- Drown. Charles It , , and Spence Stockeweather all of favour. Wisconsin. John W. Mii.i.kk. Register, Notice for Publication. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR. Lamp Office at Wauhav. Wi-.. December 24. 1901. Jce 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 Oconto. Wisconsin, on Feb ruary 19, 1902, viz: Ant in Ciiamc.v nk of Mountain, Wisconsin, who made H. ]E. No. 8170. for the S. : , S. W. 1 4 ' and S. W. uS. E. u Sec, 34. Tp. 32. N.. R. ie fc. He names the following witnesses to i prove his continuous residence upon and I cultivation of 6aid land, viz: Adulf I Elke.y. Thomas Orimmer. Henry Rams dell and Arthur Kramer, all of Moun i tain. Wisconsin. John Wi MiU.em, Register. Notice. Jos. Troinpczynski will be at the Palmer House at Laonu every Wednesday with a , full line of d’mgs. J. Ts. twenty years ex perience in the drug lint empow ers him to treat any ktbdofsiek ness with good, suet os*. WABEND, FOREST COUNTY. WISCONSIN. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2<>. 1901. LOCAL LOGIC. A happy and prosperous New Year to all. Oranges and lemons at the Post-office store. Dock Bennett spent Christmas at his home in Chntouville. Chas. Townsend went to Mil waukee Monday. John Brenner departed for Fond du Lac Wednesday. Col. Pike of Chicago is in the village looking after timber land. H. B. McNab is busy hauling cord wood. A. L. Burgan shipped two car loads of cordwood this week. Supervisor Martin of Carter did business in town Tuesday. August Mielke of Carter is do ing blacksmith work for the Wa oeno Lumber & Mfg. Cos. < Jeorge Boehm visited relatives ai Mountain during the forepart of the week. Geobge F. Stroll iff purchased a horse of L. J. Newald of Gil lett last week. Chas. Rietz is doing carpenter work for H. F. Priebe, on the new mill. Joseph Boehm called on rela tives knd friends at Suring tills week, return iff to-day. Remember the dance at Wood man Hall Tuesday night. A good lime is insured all who at. tend. Mrs. Paul Neuman returned from Gillelt to-day, where she had been to spend Christmas with relatives. Cht s. Forestal went up the lino to-day to write insurance for the boys in camp. Ho represents the National Protective Society of Detroit. C. Jecklin, the house furnisher has sold another cook stove of the famous R( and Oak make to Mr. Kenuard, tv ho is well pleased with his purchase. Ed. Baseley and family of Janesville, this state arrived here to-day to make Northern Wis consin their future home. Mr. Baseley has taken a job of cut ting eordword for H. W. Swun. Puts gray matter in your head. Brings a rosy glow to faded cheeks. Restores vim, vigor, mental and physical happiness. That’s what Rocky Mountain Tea will du. 55c. Ask your druggist. The members of the Lutheran congregation held Christinas ex ercises at their church Sunday evening. A well selected pro gram was rendered and presents distributed among the children. Station Agent John informs Us that a change in the train service on the Klonkyke branch will take effect Sunday next. The north bound train will ar rive here at 11 ;15 a, in., and the south bound train at 2:15 p. m. This will also change the time of arrival and departure of the mail. The morning passenger hereto fore gunning every Wednesday and Friday wiji be discontinued. The citizens of Wabeno regret to see this chknge in the fi-ain serv ice or* this branch. Remember the dance at the M. W. A. Hall Tuesday night, Decem= ber 31,1901. Notice of Teachers' Examinations. Ai. examination for Teachers’ County Certificates will be held at Crandon, Wisconsin, on Janu ary 17 and IH, 1902. k. A. Edgar, Cos. Supt. AdverCse in the Advertise#. Rolla Dickinson is visiting in Chicago: A. G. Russell transacted busi ness at Crandon Wednesday. H. W. Swan went to Gillett to day to purchase a horse Rev. Fredrich hold services herb Sunday. • School closed Friday for a two weeks vacation. FOR SALE—Good House and Lot in village of Wabeno. For terms apply at Advertiser ©flice. Ikie wentCatupbellspot t Tues day to spfend Iho holidays with his parents. Susan-The pimples sores and blackheads are danger signals. Take Rocky Mountain Tea, you'll give a reception to your troubles. 35c. Ask your druggist. Used by the ladies of fashion all Over the world. It's without doubt the greatest beautitier ever ottered the American women. 85c. Made only by the Madison Medicine Cos. Ask your druggist. George Johnson had the mis fortune of fructini.ig his ankle to-day, while walking behind his deigh driving the team. He is under the care of Dr. Lackner of Laona. The ladies in charge of the Christinas exercises desires to thank, through tHe columns of the Advertiser, the merchants and others in this village who donated for the Christmas tree. Subscribe f or the AdVektusiSF and you will have a complete record of the proceedings of the County Hoard, Town Board and the Board of School Directors, which alone is worth the sub pscrition jeice of $1.50 per year, besides all the other items of local and general interest. Tb<- Christmas exercises ut the School House on Chris mas mght under the supervision of Mrs. T. A. Richardson and Miss Susie Richards was most enjoyable and successful in every Way. All the Sunday School children took part in the programme, and all did very well. One the most amusing features of the even ing was a recitation by Ml>s Erne gene Dickinson, /vhich was com ical and well delivered. After the exercised Bantu Claus ap jieared, und presents were dis tributed among the children, who Went to their homes wishing that Christmas would come every month. Correspondence: ■— i Laona. ' ' )•' "A. Len. Sargent was seen on otlr streets to-day. Jolly old Len, An empty house i> better than a bad ten int, John, Dr, Loekner made a Hying trip to Wabeno and Carter Friday, Lentiie Sargent returned from college Saturday. J. K Dekunater and E. F. Hutchins transacted business at the bounty seat Thursday. John El key of Mountain was in town this week writing insur- Mrs. Watefmet, visited her son Norman Johnson at Wabeno this week. Dock Bennett and Chas. Town send lmidb a plearant, call upon Chairman McGuire Thursday. Mrs. Castorson left on the ev ening train Tuesday for Given Bay for medical aid. District Yttorh'W Hooper ol Crandon was a business visitoi in town last week. C. G. Himley and Supervisor Martin visited the schools in this village whilein town Wednesday. It is report'd that John Clark of Gillett has purchased the Pal mer House. Miss Maud Delamater lias been absent from school during tin past week on account of a seven cold. . Guy Delamater who Has been suffering with rheumatism foi some rime is much better, but h not jet aole to lie out The Town Board held a spe cial meeting here for thepnrpo.s of viewing and acting upon lad ing a road. Win. Tray nor who has becnoi the sick list during the past fev weeks we are pleased to note is able to bo around again. S. Jung was in town lustweel taking orders for wines and liquors. Jung is the whitest a g’ent on this line. George Hull closed his scho< 1 Friday for a two weeks vacation. He left for his home itt Eagle River to spend the holidays. Abel Lundgreen of Marinetti was in the village Thursday de livering pictures which he had enlarged. The citizens of Laona regret the death of the child of Mr, and Mrs. Levi Starks, the remains of which were taken to Polo, this state, on Thursday for burial. The bereaved parents have the heartfelt sympathy of the entire village. Notice, Notice is hereby given by the Undersigned town treasurer of the town 0$ Wabeno that the tax roll for said town for the year 1901 is in bay hands for collection and that the taxeschargedthere in are subject to payment at my office, at any time prior to the thirty-first day of January, 1902. Dated this lOth day of Decem ber, 1901. M. J. DicKiNhon, Town Treasurer. VOL. 4, NO. 20. Stop At Hotel Wabeno T. F. MOORE, Proprietor, Sample Room In Connection. VVAHKNO,..,, WIN. First-Class. A. L. Bunran, -Dealer in V Groceries, Confectionery, Fresh, Salt and Smoked Meats. WABENO. wis J. W. PINCH, Physician and Surgeon. HI LiLETT. WIS. Special attention paid to calls along tlie KJondyke Division of the C. A N. W. 11 y 11he. S. 0. FRENCH* Physician and Surgeon Mountain* Wis Emil Birkle, Tonsorial Artist. Workmanship First-Class, Jail-cutting, shaving and shatri (•ooing done in the best manner (Shop in Hotel Wabeno J .Mtronize- * Vlanitowoc House W. L. Boehm, Prop. ALSO DEALER IN WINES, LIGUORS and CIGARS. (iooil Acconiadatlons Reasonable Rates. AISKNO WIS. 11. G. DUELER, Attorney at Law Fire and Life Insurance. Money to Loan on Real Estate Shawano, Wis. FRANK 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 TrcsspasSinz looked after and estl mates made promptly and at reasonable rates. REFERENCE if desired. .. - , ■ H bi#' fAON/t. ”<f