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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR 10 per cent Discount -ON- Skis Sleds Skates i WABENO HARDWARE CO. (SUCCESSOR TO HARThR & ZIELKE) II A R I) \V A R K WABENO. W'SCONSIN Wintry Blasts and Cold Weather roughen and chap the unprotected skin of face and hands. To save the complexion and com fort of a soft smooth skin use Hess’ Witchhazel Cream To cure rough and chapped skin use Hess Witchhazel Cream DR. 0. S. TENLEY Physician and Surgeon Telephone 56 Office at Tenle/s Drug Store Tires, Tubes, Tire Repair Kits, Blow-out Patches, Chains, Tire Ce ment, Bulbr of AH 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. 0 Wabeno Motor Car Company WABENO, WIS. TENLEY’S DRUG STORE WABENO. WISCONSIN. FRIDAY. JANUARY 6. 1922 Wisconsin’s Revised Dog ! ; w Protects Both Man and Beast The licencing of dogs has been auth orized by law to protect man and ani mal* from ribies. to save domesticated animals and fowl from injury and death, and to prevent unrestricted, vagrant dug* from becoming a nuisance In 1919 the state- legislature enacted a law which would create a fund nut of which damages comd be paid to those suffer ing losses- of stock and fowl, so that stockmen ne and have less fear of loss through the ravages of vagrant and vicious dogs The dog law of 1919 was amended by the legislature of 1921 to eliminate t he objectionable features aid to facilitate its administration. The 1919 law imposed an annual license fee of #3.00 for each adult male dog and five dollars for an adult female dog. The 1921 law reduced the fee to $1 00 for eac i male do*.* or spayed female dog, and $2 00 for each female dog. These fees to apply to ail dogs over bix mon ths of age Owners of dogs over six months of age must apply for and ob tain a license before the first day of Feburary each year. Assessors, except in cities of the first, second and third class, shall annually list all dogs with in their districts at the time of rnakjng assessment, and submit a complete list of all dogs to the local clerk at the time the assessment rolls are delivered License fees shall be paid to the town, village or city treasurer or his deputy and nor. to tne local clerk. The treasur ei or his deputy shall issue licenses and furnish tags supplied by the depart ment of agriculture through the cou.ity clerks. Anyone may seize, impound or restrain any unlicensed dog, but any one may not kill such a dog unless the dog is killing or worrying any domestic animal. An i ffi<*er may kill an unlicen sed dog if the owner refuses to deliver it or if the officer can not with reason able effort catch it. --- Exchauge. Guests Connot Obtain barrages When Injured in Auto Accident Guests riding in an automobile cannot hold ihetr hot for damages in c ise of accident, according to recent decision of the Wisconsin supreme court. In the ease of Dennis O’Shea against John L Lavoy, the court held that the owner of an automobile is not liable to his guest Whom he invites for a ride if the latter is injured. O’Shea was taken for an automobile riiie by bis son-in-law, John L. Lavoy, on a trip fmm viarii.ette to Norway. ■1 ich The car broke down and tipped over an enbankment. Damages were a warded in the lower court and Lavoy appealed. •‘lt is an act of kindness and consid eration for the owner of a car to lend its comfort and pleasute through an in vitation extended to his less fortunate neigh b>r fora ride in the country, to join a picnic party, or to enjoy on eve ning at the theatre in the nearby city”, said Justice Owen in the opinion. “This is a species of hospitality which should be encouraged rather than discouraged, and the Jaw should not couple with the friendly act a duty which makes its ex ercise an unreasons le n z rd.” --Ue Fere Journal-Democrat. Presbyterian Church Notes The Brotherhood mee s Hondav eve ning, Jan. 9th at the home of Mr. Rich ards at 8:30. Discussion Wabeno—its past, present and future —Dr. Noer Motion Pictures, How the Church can use them—Mr. Lenthall The men of the congregation are cordially invited. The Lords upper will be observed next Sunday at 11 A. M Sunday School at 10 A. M. Junior Endeavour at 3:00 P. M. Senior “ “ “ 5:4.-, •* Preaching 7:00 “ •• Our Sunday evening services have been greatly helped I y he fine Violin playing of Mr. Pellant. a nephew of I Mr. and Mrs Burgess. 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. Applications by mail receive immediate attention. ARMY AND NAVY Any man who CBrae OUT of service in the late World War with a physical condition worse than when he went IN, is being sought out by the Unitad States Government with a request that you file a claim for compensation or for hospit al treatment. In order to help you perfect your claim the Government has sent a Clean- Up-Squad to Rhinelander, Wis on Jan. 9th, 10th, and 11th, 1922; this squad will be glad to hear your case and give you a medical examination. The sick ness or injury upon which you base your claim must of course be a result traceable to or affected by your service either in the States or Over-seas, and you have to file proof of tins by eworn affidavits of comrades, employers and physicaus. If you have a claim to pre sent to the.'squad or know of any exsol dier or sailor who was disabled in ser vice, send the nameor write for necess ary blanks and information to the iSec retary Home Service Section, American Red Cross, Crandon, Wis. TWO RECORD COWS (Reprinted from Milwaukee Journal) John Erickson, Waupaca, Wis ,should be known toeveiy 1 airner of W lscon stn aid every other state as well. It might be well tor city residents also to know' something of this fanner. Mr. Erickson recently completed a yearly record of a Lhree-year old pure bied ilolsleln heller, Wisconsin Piuie Second, who becomes the world champ ion in her class. Wisconsin Pi ide Second barely enter ed into tiie milking pioduced tne enormous amount ol 29,6u2 pounds ot nmk and 1, 327 93 pouuua ol butler in her thiee hundred sixty-five days’ lest. Even a I,UUU pound annual butter p-o --duetlun foi a cow is a wonderful rec ord. Only 42 Hoisleins nave passed that recoid, it is od.nl i ins i equal to more than iour pounds of ouitci per day lor the average milking , eri <u of a cuv\. This iecord is ail the more striking when set ue-iiuc the aveiage 15U, 2Uu, or even 3uU pound cows Auotuer Wisconsin larmer migut also be mentioned at Lins Lime, Otto E. 1m u inan ol Juneau who has- just completed a yeany lecord ol I.2bb poundspt butt er from an eight y tar-old pure bled Wisconsin lioisleih. Both these cows are on vv iscousin farms they ate led under usual condi tions, the testa aie luiiy supei vised and the records aie genuine. Probaoly 90 out of every fOO Wiscon sin faraieis nave noameis among their herds it they are not testing Yet many farineis .-till keep the Same otu cows year alter year, with an occasional eli mination ot single animals, which aie not ‘dug as Wen .<s loi in tly. ” Cows aie kept and t.otd bj cnance, guess work, when weighing and testirg of milk even lor sn ut periods would very clearly reveal vvhlcli cows are boaideis and vvtucu are ptuiilabie Just now, when farm prices are low, when p oills in farming aie missing in many instances Is pi ecisely tlie lltne to weed out uuprofi. aoie livestock. If John Erick Son of Waupaca can raise a Hoi stein which produces 1,327 pounds ot butter annually, and it tHlo E Erdroan ol Juneau can pioduce a cow with a 1,266 pound butler output every farmer might aim at 300. 40U oi 500 pound Cows and tiius add millions of additional wealth to the stale as well as to their own purses. Notice as to Payme t of Taxes Notice is hereby given by the under signed, town treasu er 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 Feburary 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 BARK THAT STOPS THE “BARK” REXALL CHERRY BARK COUGH SYRUP A PLEASANT AND EFFECTIVE MF DICANT WHICH RELIEVES THE HARSHEST COUGH IN A SHORT time good FOR OLD FOLKS SAFE FOR CHILDREN Use LAXATIVE ASPIRIN COLD TABLETS in Con junction With CHERRY BARK for BAD COLDS They allay the Fever and stop the aclie of Grippy Colds The Cough Syrup in Two Sizes, 50c and 85c Cold Tablets, 25c per Box M. O. BOEHM The Rexali Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN AUTQMGdiLISTS! SAVE MONEY Have Y our 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 go the work in an efficient manner and at reasonable prices. Expert repair work on ail makes BESSES2&T C. F. RIETZ MOTOR CO. Ford Cars and Accessories WABENO, WISCONSIN Special Grocery Sale Saturday Jan. 7 Only Hy-lo CcffV per pound, 28c FeacKei, per can, 35c Japan Tea Oust per pound 15c Pork & Beans per can 15c Jersey Corn Flakes 12c 10 pounds Honey for $2, Corn., 10c Peas 12c Prune* per pound 11c Milk per can 12c Puff Rice per pkg 15c Putf Wheat per pkg 15c Syrup No 10 per pail . . 5Gc All Laundry Soap per bar 5c Food of Wheat 2 lb. pkg. per pkg 20c Candy per pound 20s ANDM\NY OTHER THINGS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION F. A. Me DONALD WABENO, WIS. Hay for Sale Marsh feeding, tiraotny, clover mixed and alfalfa in car loads. Geo. L Frederick, Beaver Dam, Wis. Jee Schaenzer, town treasurer, com menced collecting taxes last Tuesday. NO. 22 $1.50 A YEAR CATARRH Catarrh Is a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE is a Tonic, taken Internally, and acts through the blood upon the mucous surfaces of the system. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE assists Nature in restoring normal conditions. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney & Cos., Toledo, Ohio.