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3Xortljern iDisconsin 21 b ucrt iscr.
TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR Wood Stoves and Ranges At Reduced Prices WABENO HARDWARE CO. WABENO, WISCONSIN Wintry Blasts and Cold Weather roughen and chap the unprotected skin of face and hands. To 8a /e the complexion and com fort of a soft smooth skin use Hess’ Witchhazel Cream To cure rough and chapped skin use Hess' ltchhazel Cream 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. FEBRUARY 3. 1922 SCHOOL NOTES The senior class hare received their ring* and are well satisfied with them The senior class is planning on giving a class play sometime near the close of the year. The seventn grade girls have finished their work in sewing and will now take up oooking. There has been two new tables and a sewing machine placed in the Dom estic Science room The members of the high school or chestra are showing their spirit by prac: icing three nights a week. Wp were sorry to have Elazel Tucker ami Gladys Marshall discontinue their work with us They were ernest weak er*. and we believe they woulc have mail.-* strong students \ number of the girls of the high school have begun playing games with in the school rather than inier school g tines They seem to he enjoying the game as well as developing good mat- H'l 1 I Someone e itered the Washington school building last Thursday night a id >t de pencils and scatterd material a round ihe desks 11 looks like the work o' ontieur people Some mother’s bo)s are evidently making preprara tions for a career of crime. This work wi~ done after five o'clock. Who are i > n-i'ile for these boys? Because of the cost of printing s-honl magazine and the delay in publishing it, the high school has de cided not to publish the ‘“Northern - ar" this year. Although the enter prise was not a success, all those who e operated in getting mater>a> end >• li* g advertisements felt that they were the better for theo . xperience The support offered by the local busi ness men was greatly appreciated Good Resolut ' t s ''to- new year is more than a month o n n • , but it is never too late to mil.*- good resolutions. One of the leading business houses of the c uni try, in a circular letter to its customers < n the first of January, suggested the following: ‘•t'< he so strong that nothing can pis' i-o vmr peace of mind. “To make all your friends feel there something in them ii i kof heaith, happiness aid prosperity to every person you meet. “To look on the sunny side of every thing and try to make your opinion Cou.e ti lie. •‘To think only of the best, to expect on y t e best. *‘xO be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about ji.u own. t o forget the mistakes of the past ad t i press on to greater things in the fit ire. “io wear a cheerful countenance ct all times and to h tve a smile ready f. r ev rv living creature you me i. “I’ooriveso much time tthe im pr ivement of yourself that you have n time to criticise others. “T<> be too large for worry, too noble for aiuer, too strong for fear, nd too happy to permit the presence of trouble, p -oclaim tins fact to the world- - not in loud words hut. in great deeds 44 lo live in the faith"* hat the world is on your side so long as you are true to the faith that is in yon.” This is a fine code, and we would all be better off and happier if we would live by it T* ere can be no better time I for making these resolutions than now, ; but the important thing vs to keep the resolutions after we make them. Notice to Dog Owners Owners oi dogs ar* required to have licenses for same. I will be at the town hall every Tuesday and Saturday to iss ue dog licenses as well as leceive taxes. Joseph P. Schaenzer. Town Treasurer. HIM LEY ABSTRACT COMPANY C. G. HIMLEY, ABSTRACTED (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”—iusurea for the FULL VALUE of the car. Applicaiions by mail receive immediate attention. Plan Now to Treat Your Seed Potatoes * ‘Treat your seed potatoes with cor rosive sublimate before planting this spring,” advises R E Vaughan, plant “doctor” at the College of Agriculture ‘‘The high temperature of last sum mer greatly increased scab in the po tato crop, and as a consequence seed will be too diseased to produce a good yield if not first treated. Corrosvie sub limate— bichloride of mercury— is the best treatment we know of for scab “We have tried out the inoculated sulphur treatment without success un der Wisconsin conditions It seems to work satisfactorily in the East, but so far no results have been obtained with it here Until more is learned about its action under our conditions of soil and climate we advise the use of corrosive sublimate, wnich has been found very satistaciory ” Rather Uncommon It has been said that common sense is, of all kinds, the most uncommon A 1 knowledge is useless if one does not p KBesS common sense enough to apply it to everydty life Many persons of exceptional intelligence are failures be cause th-y lack the common sense which would enable them louse good judgment, and Vcide matters for them selves. Common sens.-, like other facul ties, must l) a developed; and just as it gives us po ver to judge between right, and wrong, it also enables UK to judtje vhat is he-P f,> our ovn welfare We must us.- c mm *o sense in pros er ity as veil as i > u nrcriv; to health as in iliie-ss* and in p easor as in duly Dr. Cr m * sa, s ih v ill * possession of common .'■ease is oevon 1 la id and treas ure aid its vilueis n * -e than gold This is true, n .vir.no it •ommon sense uue c.o ill u -it a • icq lire nor retain “lands and t*v tsure” nor could he a pP'eciate and rnaise good use of thein.-- D"dgevilie Ct roric'e Grow Soybeans • tageinothe leg unit* hay crops coupled 'vith tin- !<>iv prices of soybean seed in the farmer p tints toward a large acreage for Mi' com'ng year,” is the statement of George B iffgs of the ag ricultural extension service of the Wis coii in Col I -ge of Agriculture I'heprop rtionot legume hay toother bay c 1 ops is smaller this season than it ha.s been for m niv \ea rs due to the drv summer I’his points to a shortage in the cent.iial Wisconsin good potato soil for 1922 because heretofore the clover and a faifasod has furnished the g*i eri manure Mr Briggs pointed out hat soy b -ans have been tried on ev e>\ type of Wisconsin nil with excell ent results, that lb** la) and silage l liave pi uvtd tqua. to that I other le ' gnmes, and that the crop makes a good green manure when turned under Unlike clover and -Haifa thesovbean |is an annual plant and will mature in the season in which it is planted. It Costs Nothing Be pleasant to the stranger within your gates. Lots of times that is one of the next investments you ever made. lust think of what a boom a town would take if everybody in it made it pleasant for every stranger appea*ing The trouble is that so many folk* grow careless in this as in lots of other things that ought to be looked after. This is a mighty good time to start a new policy in the town-building game by never saying anything about your town unless it is something good. This will work in neighborhoods just as well as in towns, and your neighbor will return the compliment. Besides that, you feel mean after you have done a mean trick, whether it is saying mean things about some body or otherwise So why not keep pleasant and do good all the time when it is so easy? Try the sunshine route a while, then The tax is off now and there is plenty of room aboard.-—Exchange. WABENO DRUG STORE LIFE IN RUBBER is Necessary to Lasting Quality OUR RUBBER PRODUCTS are made of pure, live, genuine Para Rubber— Guaranteed for Two Years OUR RUBBER A' D HOSPTALDEPARTMENTS ARE WELL STOCKED WITH Pi liters that Kill Pam- Absorbent oton Clean and White— A-lhesive Tape that stays stuck— Clinical Thermometers Gov’t tested— Gauze Ba -tag s Aseptic and Sterile. Complete Lin- of Sick Room Sundries M. O. BOEHM Kexall Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN ———————— - New Prices Chassis - $285 R i Hmt - $319 * out r.g Car - - $348 Truck Chassis - $430 C uoo - - SSBO becian - - $645 These are the lowest prices of Ford Cars in the history ** the Ford Motor Company. Orders are >■ Ming in fast, so place yours promptly to in are early delivery. Above Prices are F. O. B. Detroit, Mich. C. F. RIFT? motor COMPANY iBENO WISCONSIN Special Sale SATURDAY ONLY No 10 Syrup 50c Holland Herring SI.OO Raisins 24c Prunes ll*c Milk per can 12c Brooms 50c Corn “ 44 12c Peas 4 44 14c Lard 15c Roiled Oats per pkg. 24c Tomatoes 20c Coffee 2 lbs. 40c F. A. Me DONALD WABENO, WIS. Hay for Sale Marsh feeding, timotny, clover mixed and alfalfa in car loads. Geo. L Frederick, Beaver Dam, Wis. Tony Wettatein viaited at Tipler Monday and Tueaday. NO. 26 Si.so A YEAR Catarrhal Conditions Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influ* enced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treat ment HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINE is taken internally and acts through the Blood upon the Mucous Surfaces of ther System. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINES gives the patient strength by improving the general health ar?d assists Nature in doing its work. AU Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney ft Cos., Toledo, Ohio.