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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR PYREX Aluminum Skis Sleds Cutlery and Other Articles Suitable for Christmas gifts WABENO HARDWARE CO. (SUCCESSOR TO HARTER & ZIELKE) II A RDW A R E WABENO. WISCONSIN —rufraTiffan i ~r'i ir i' '"it ~m-r ” . -'j 2F*. Off Summer^,"; | Pastures As your animals come in off the V i pastures they’ll miss the tonics and laxatives \ g which nature supplied to keep them in condition. j? It’s a Lii change. You must supply what is | lacking in the dry feed hay, grain and fodder or they will get “off feed” and out of lix. L ! Dr. Hess Stock Tonic I Supplies the Tonics Laxatives Diuretics E It keeps animals frce from worms. It keeps their bowels open and regular. | It keeps the Lite and digestion good. It conditions cows for calving. It helps to keep up the milk flow. It keeps feeding -alile right up on their appetite. It keeps hogs healthy, thrifty, free from worms. It means health and thrift for all animals. Why Pay the Peddler Twice My Price? We are local dealers for the Dr. Hess Line. Call on as J Tel! as how much stock you have. We have a package to StdL DR. 0. S. TENLEY Physician and Surgeon Telephone 56 Office at Tenley’s Drug Store Tires, Tubes, Tire Repair Kits, Blow-out Patches, Chains, Tire Ce ment, Bulbs of All Kinds, Spark Plugs, Radiator Hoses, Speedee, the Great Hand Cleanser, Oils, Gasoline and Greases. Battery Charging, Automobile Repairing on All Makes. New and Used Cars always on hand. Wabeno Motor Car Company WABENO, WIS. TENLEY’S DRUG STORE WABENO. WISCONSIN. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9. 1921 LOCAL AND PERSONAL L I ___________ Frank Bayee went to Tipler yester day. * F J. Kopecky transacted business at Laona Friday. Mrs. Krake of Townsend was a Wab eno visitor Thursday. Henry Me Allan went to Mountain Friday returning Saturday. J. F. Hammes of Padus was a busi ness caller in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tallire returned from Green Bay yesterday. Ted Schlafke went down to Shawano Friday returning Saturday. Wm. Schraider Jr. went to Green Bay on business Wednesday. Albert Gillis of Oconto Falls was a business caller in town Friday. Mrs. H. M. Nelson and Mrs. Fessen becker were Laona visitors Monday. A. B. Fisher of Appleton was a busi ness caller in town one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mallow of Laona were business callers in town Wednes day. Many foreign countries are clamoring for Tanlac. Its fame i9 world-wide. M. 0. Boehm. Max Hoffman left yesterday on a business and pleasure trip to Menasha and Seymour. Mrs. Dennis Johnson was called to Oconto Falls Tuesday on account of the serious illness of her father. The Legion basket ball team went to Gillett yesterday where they played the Gillett Legion team last night. Mrs Christ Hussorg returned to Tip ler Thursday following a visit at the Walter Rierz and M. L. Henes homes. Rev. Hut.h was at Iron Raver, Mich., Sundav where he in installing anew paster in the Lutheran Church there. It is astonishing how quickly Tanlac will produce results. You usually feel better from the very first, dose. M. 0. Boehm. Mrs. Barney Haasch who went to Green Bay last week to consult a phy sician on account of her poor health re turned home this week. For sale or rent: House and 'nt in Soperton. Former Frank Colliers resi dence. Inquire of C. W Kinsman or Ben Slowe. Wabeno. “We have sold 97,000 bottles of Tan lac and have never had a single com plaint.” Jacobs’ Pharmacy, Atlanta, Ga. Sold by M. O. Boehm. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Casterton of La ona motored to Wabeno W ednesday evening and spent a f*w hou-s at the : home of Mrs. Ellen Toutloff. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Rietz and daugh ter, Adella, returned Monday from a visit at Shawano. They were accomp anied home by the Misses Edna and Lenora Rietz, who have just completed a course in dressmaking at the Snow school at Shawano. The young ladies sowing circle met at the home of Miss Verena Nellis last Thursday evening. Refreshments were served. The entertainers for the eveny ing were Miss Emily and Miss Ethel Johnson. All reported a very good time. John L. Meyers, a leading Milwaukee business man, recently told the mem bers of the Wisconsin Retail Dry Goods Association something about advertis ing. Said Mr. Meyers: *‘l have person ally supervised the expenditure of near ly eight million dollars in advertising and I want to tell you that you cannot beat local newspaper advertising for economy, flexibilty, efficiency and re sults. Most of the other advertising you do, could do and should do, will not earn iheir salt without a backgrou of newspaper advertising. HIMLEY ABSTRACT COMPANY C. G. HIMLEY, ABSTRACTER (Successor to Walsh Abstract Company) Crandon, Forest County, Wisconsin ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Carefully and Promptly Compiled. FIRE INSURANCE—Strongest Companies Someth’ng new in AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE— “The Popular Prem ium Policy"—iusures for the FULL VALUE of the car. Applicaiions by mail receive immediate attention. The County Board Meeting The F •rest County Board was in session three days last week and then adjourned to Feb. 10th. 1922. The budget this year is 8145,53'; five thousand dollars less than last year. The board voted $20,000 for maintain anceoi County highways. The Carter-Wabeno highway will re ceive 822,000 for next years work, the county’s share being $10,356 04. Memorial Park, Crandon, was given S2OO The clerk hire for the Highway Com mission was raised from S4OO 00 to 1,000 The hoard voted to abolish the office of County agriculture agent at once The board voted that a County public health nurse be employed and appro priated $900.00 for the salary and S3OO. 00 for expenses. The County purchased a Hoit Cater pillar tractor from the state for $2,0h0. for road work. F. J. Rogers, our efficient highway commissioner, was re-elected. The salary of the County Superinten dent of schools was cut from S2OOO a year to 1600 to take effect July 1923. The biMid voted H e following am ounts for the various fairs: State fair SBOO 00 State potato show 300 00 County ** “ 200 00 County fair , 270' 00 Wabeno fair 700 00 Laona fair 500 00 The board created a new.town. Black well, taking town 36 range 16; the east half of town 36 range 15; the north half of town 35 range 16; and sections 1 to 4 inclusive and 9 to 16 inclusive, o* town 35 range 15 off the town of Laona and sections 21 to 28 inclusive and sec tions 33 lo 36 inclusive, all in town 35, range 15, off the town of Wabeno. There is considerable opposition to the creation of the new town, both in Laona and V\ abeno, and it is probable that a s it will follow Tax Apportionment Alvin 7 $726,137 Argnnne 11 1,141,073 Crandon 8 75 907,671 Hiles 7 75 803,937 Laona 19.90 2,064,304 Nashville b ->0 67*1,270 Newald 7.50 778 004 Wabeno 18 75 1,945,010 City of Crandon 6.85 710,577 Told $10,373,386 PADUS J. H. "i • rr es was to Wabeno Mon day. f>. C Forrest was to Wabeno Satur day. Anna Hammes was to Wabeno Mon day J. R. Van Beek went to Green Bay Saturday. Glen Fosdick drove over from Cran don Saturday. Frank Hammes returned to Green Bay Saturday. Mr. and Mr*. J. F. Hammes were to Wabeno Wednesday. Peter La Rue of Wabeno was here on business Monday. Wm. Thurston of Green Bay held services in the school house Thursday evening. Royal Neighbor* Elect Officer* The Royal Neighbors held a meeting at, the home of Mrs. Frank Derrah Jr. Monday evening They elected officers for the coming year, as follows: Oracle Orpha Marsh V. Oracle Margaret Ken nedy Past Oracle Anna Carlson Chancellor Pearl Colburn Recording Sec. Ellen Toutloff Receiver Anna Carlson Marshall Nellie Flegal Asst Marshall Winnifred Dickinson In. Sentinel Mary Matler O. Sentinel Mary Hessee Physicians Dr. Noer Dr. Tenley WABENO DRUG STORE THE WISEST MAN TAKES HOME A Box of Liggett’s Chocolates % Because they always bring the sweetest smile of joy and the biggest welcome! LIGGETTS ALWAYS TASTE SO GOOD! MR. BUSINESS MAN: Liggett’s always make an added bond of good will. Why not give a pound to each of your employees this Christmas? Give us your order and we will deliver each package- M. 0. BOEHM The Rexall Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN AUTOMOBILISTS! SAVE MONEY Have Your Car Overhauled Now During the dull winter months is the time to have your car overhauled so as to have it ready for spring. We oan do the work in an efficient manner and at reasonable prices. Expert repair work on all makes C. F. RIETZ MOTOR CO. Ford Cars and Accessories WABENO, WISCONSIN Big Reduction Sale! Until Dec. 15th I will sell anything from my entire stock of merchandise Below Cost. Come in and look over the bargains in Shoes, Rubbers, Shirts, Mitts, Gloves, Socks, Pants, Overalls, Hats, Caps, Under wear, in fact everything in up-to-date merchandise. Just A Few of the Many Bargains SB. Shoes $5.29; $7. Shoes $4.79; $5. Shoes $3.89; $4 50 Shoes $2.89; sl6. Mackinaws $11.97; $14.50 Mackinaws $10.89; $24. Overcoats $13.79; sl9.Over coats $11.27; sl6. Overcoats $9.; Men’s wool socks 44c.; Army shirts $2.39; $1.25 Caps 79c.; $2. Caps $1.12; ALSO A FULL LINE OF GROCERIES. F. A. Me DONALD WABENO, WIS. A BARGAIN 80 acres of land’ 15 acres of under plow, 7 acres ready for plowing, 2 houses and garage plus well and plenty of wood.—lf taken at once SISOO. Cash One mile on main road from the village of Newald, on the school bus route. Gerl Bros., Newald, Wis. NO. 18 $1.50 A YEAS Two good wrestling matches will be pulled off at Mallows theatre, Laona, Sunday afternoon. Chas. 8. Leniski of Antigo meets James Graham of Oran don. The preliminary bout will be be tween “strong-arm’* Mueller of Cran don and Frank Davis, the “Kentucky wildcat”.