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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ' WABENO HARDWARE CO. (SUCCESSOR TO HARTER & ZIELKt) II ARDWAU 15 WABENO, WISCONSIN After Christmas Gifts Rather than carry any of this merchandise over to another year we will sell everything left from our Holiday line at greatly reduced prices. We thank you for your 1921 trade and wish you a Happy and Prosperous 1922. DR. 0. S. TENLEY Physician and Surgeon Telephone 66 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 30 1921 What Brings Greatest Gains? (A Isabelle Gibbons) Sitting 1 at Life’s fireside As the old vear wanes, ' Comes a puzzling question: I What brings greatest gains? | “Money*’ spys the miser, j ‘ Croesus wealth I crave, i The Midas touch in all things i My troubled thoughts to lave.*’ j “Trade”, savs the merchant, | ‘ Trade on land and sea Would soon make large my savings And bring prosperity.” ‘ Knowledge”, says the scholar, “Power to discern ; And delve deep into learning Are gifts for which I yearn.” “Nonsense”, savs the fool, “Jokes and laughter- -wit— And never any effort To worry me a, bit.” “Patience”, savs the mother. “To do each daily task. To share my children’s laughter, These are the gains I ask.” “Luck”, savs the gambler, ‘ln each play I make, A winning band at all times, These are the gains I’d take ” “C wage”, says the soldier, “To me tnv strength aright, And justice in the balance When I go forth to fight.” “Youth”, srvs the old man, That e fervescent, bubble, That has never felt the pressure I Of pain,care or trouble. ” ‘•Beauty”, says the maiden, “That artists seek to find, Fair face and lithesome figure And life inde-d were kind.” List! at life’s fireside As the old year wanes, 0 ones a soft, low answer, ‘‘Love brings greatest gains.” SOPERI ON Jerry Le Fleur £pent Christmas at his home here. Mi.**s Lillian Devener came home from Green M Ist Thursday. Miss Myrtle Howard left fora short visit at Mountain Monday. Miss Alwilda Kennedy came home from Oshkosh for the holidays. Miss Seigne Ellison is spending the holidays at her h**me in Peshtigo. Miss Margaret Kennedy came home from Berlin, Wis. for the holidays, last Saturday Miss G'adys Le Fieur came home from Marinette Saturday to spend 1 Christmas. R C. Alexander came home from 1 Crystal Falls to spend his vacation at tiis home here. Fred Giese of Menominee, Mich., a rrrved Monday to inspect some pine lumber for the MBSLCo. Francis Nolan, who is attending Mar quette University, Milwaukee is spend ing the holidays at his home here. Clifford Lindberg came home from Madison Saturday. Clifford expects to complete his course this semestes. Misses Denise and Helen Quinlan, who are teaching school at Washburn, Wis. are spending the Christmas vaca tion at the T J. Q linlan home. GO TO CHUKCd SUNDAY TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN: Come and celebrate the close of the year in the House of God The Sjlves ter Eve service begins a 7:30, and will be held in the English language. In the Sunday morning services (Ger man) Holy Communion will be celebrat ed. Confession*! service begins at 9:30. No Sunday School on New Year's Day. HIMLEY ABSTRACT COMPANY C. G. HIMLEY, ABSTRACTER (Successor to Walsh Abstract Company) Crandon, Forest County, Wisconsin ABSTRACTS OF TITLE Carefully and Promptly Compiled. FIRE I NSU RANCE—Strongest Companies Something new in AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE- “The Popular Prem ium Policy”— iusurcs for the FULL VALUE of the car. Applicaiions by mail receive immediate attention. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Fay Marsh was a Wabeno visitor this week. W H. Miller returned to Gillett last Thursday. Henry Me Allen spent the holidays at Green Bay. Miss Anne Hardwick spent her vaca tion at Milwaukee. Josephine Simonson spent the holiday vacation at -Laona. Mrs Al. Metska went to Suring Mon day for a few days. Mrs. John Checota was taken serious ly at her home here Monday. Albert Shlenfeld of Townsend was a caller in town Friday. Mrs Andrew Zado returned from Fond du Lac Wednesday. For Sale: House, barn and four lots. Inquire of Chas Wolfgram. G. W. Jones of Appleton was a busi ness caller in town Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Checota of Townsend was in town a couple of days this week. Miss Emma Hubbard arrived home from Shawano Fiiday for the holidays. Mike Shraw went to Laona Tuesday w here he is employed by the Jones Lbr. Cos. Joe Checota and Joe Dennis of Town set.d ere business callers in town Tues day. Siegfred Beck, who is attending Ihe university at Madison, came home Fri day. Miss Ruth Londo arrived home from Milwaukee Saturday to spend the holi days. Miss Julia Carlson of -Milwaukee spent Christmas at the parental home here. Andrew Rielz returned from Moun tain Thursday accompanied by Miss Saffron • On New Year’s day the Lutheran Church will hold its annual business meeting. Mrs. Hattie Willett will entertain the Ladies Aid of the Lutheran Church, Jan. sth. .Harold Symes left last Friday for Milwaukee on a few weeks visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neider and family visited with relatives heie a few days this week. Frank Neisuis, who is employed at Applet-on, came home for the holidays, Saturday. Chas. McAllen, who is employed at White Lake, spent Christmas with his family here. Miss Violet Kruse, who is attending a business college at Milwaukee, came home Friday. Mr. and Mrs Chas Zahn spent Chris m-os at Gillett at the home of the for mers parents. Miss Linda Bergener left for Under hill last Saturday to spend Christmas with her parents. Clerance Phillips, who has been em ployed at Appleton for the past few months, arrived home Saturday to spend Christmas. Notice as to Pay ment of Taxes Notice is hereby given by the under signed, town treasuter of the town of Wabeno, that the tax roll for said town, for the year 1921, is in my hands for collection, and that the taxes charged therein are subject to payment at my office, at any time prior to the first day of F< bur ary 1922. Commencing Jan. 3, I will be at the town hall, Wabeno, on Tuesday and Saturday of each week. Dated Dec. 22, 1921. Joseph P Schaenzer, Town Treasurer. WABENO DRUG STORE THE HOLIDAY SEASON affords an oppportunity to express again the pleas ure we derive from your business relations with us and on behalf of our entire organization, we wish you A MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY, PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR M. 0. BOEHM * The Rexall Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN AUTO MO BILISTS! 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 can 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 HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ONE AND ALL Watch this space next week 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 11500. Cash One mile on main road from the village ot Newaid, on the school bus route. Gerl Bros., Newaid, Wis NO. 21 $1.50 A YEAR spiritual Help Needed. "How did you like that last selec tion TANARUS” asked the jazz composer. “I am—er—afraid I didn’t like it,” said the Rev. Dr. Fourthly. “Why, I pat my soul into that piece.” “My good man, do you want me to pray for your soul?”