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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR Wood Stoves and Ranges At Reduced Prices n WABENO HARDWARE CO. . WABENO. WISCONSIN Wintry Blasts and Cold Weather w 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 W ltchhazel Cream DR. 0. S. TENLEY I TENLEY’S Physician and Sukgeon Telephone 56 HR IIP STORF Office at Tenley's Drug Store l/I\UU iJ 1 V/IVI-i 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. and Used Cars always on Motor Car Company WABENO, wis. WABENO. WISCONSIN. Fll Deciding Where to Buy The success of a business depends on its ability to the mental opera te ns of the public, and to determine i how people decide as to where they shall buy goods The merchants who read the public mind most accurately get the business. When one finds that he needs some thing, the question comes up where that article should bi bought. From some source back in the mind the suggestion comes that such and such a plaee would be a good store to visit for that purpose. Whence comes the suggestion? In the majority of cases, it is created by the store that has made the most effort to impress its reputation on the public mind Peopleremember the things they hear about constantly, and they forget other things ihat are rarely called to their attention The advertised store conforms to the laws of psychol ogy, by constantly calling public atten tion to its enterprises its goods, its methods, its prices, Consequently the inner consciousness, when asked what or where a person should buy is apt to respond by suggesting certain adver tised goods It is of course true that while a store by advertising can always draw in a lot of new trade, it cannot keep it un less it really does give good values But advertising helps a store to do that, notably in these two ways 1. Advertising encourages merch ants to handle big lots when such are offered to them at low figures They know that by appealing to the public by advertising, they can swing lhe-e big lots and turn t hem into money in a 1 short time. 'J hus buying in a large way 3rd taking advantage of special oppcr-j tunities, they are abletoofler special values. 2 Advertising increases volume of trade, thus reducing the operating and overhead expense per article, making it possible to reduce prices to the pub lic. The adverthud store buys and oper ates at low figures, and can thus make low prices. Pretty Soft for a Few Somebody is always bobbing up with the suggestion that we make a, presi nt of the ten billions we havn in war loans over there. It is worth while to recall that the great private financial interests of this country have much money invest ed in E iropean war loans Presumably these private loans are seeuicd, but. whatever their supporting is, probably much of it is of and predated value and dependent for its rehabilitation in worth on the general fiscal rehabilitation of the debtor natio s With tht public loans cancelled, this recovery would be speeded up as a matter of course, nd the serenity of our great private finan cial interests at the same pace. Every thing would then be hunkydory for ev erybody but the American taxpayer, and what’s ten billions more or less to him? lust the same, it would l>e t oliti cal suicide for the party in power in this government which gives consent to the cancellation of our public foreign loans—Potosi (Mo ) Journal Wabeno-Antigo Road to Be Completed This Year- Fred J. Rogers, Forest county high way commissioner, informs us that the road from Wabeno to the Langlade county line will be built this vear. There are three miles to finish and the surveys and clearing are done. The BU m of $14,- 000 has been appropriated for he work and contracts will be le next month. The completed part of the road from Wabeno west is about seven and a half miles. Mr. Rogers and Oas Olson, Langlade countv highway commis'ior er, have agreed to call this road “C>un ty Trunk Line E,” running through both counties Langlade county’s part of the road, extending from Lily to the county line, was completed last. fall. Mr. Rogers states that the new State Trunk Highway No. 98. from Argonne to Alvin, connects up No 73, anew gravel road to I-on Kiver, Michigan.— Antigo Journal. 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 Somethng new in AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE-- “The Popular Prem ium Policy"—iusures for the FULL VALUE of the car. Applications by mail receive immediate attention. RAT RIVER ITEMS^^ Madison McCollum ill this week. Pearl a Wabeno call er Friday. Albert Alloway was a Lakewood call ei^Thursday. B. L. King has finished the cow barn at John Andersons. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hartman are working for El King this winter. Ed. King was a business caller at Wausaukce a lew days this week. Alex Linden and son James visited at the home of Madison McCollum Tues day. Ltev. Dokken g ive a very interesting sermon all he achoolhouse. Many attend ed the sermon. blacK. WELL ' ik. !\ el • errah and son, Donald are guests at the Kufner home for a few uays. Leroy Grant, Mr. Fait and Walter Johnson were visitors at their homes in Wabeno Sunday. Mrs. Fred hraunof Vabenois a guest of her father here lor a few days. Mj. Braun ts taring rmdical treatment at a hos itat iu cshkosh. Joseph Krieshie of Los Angeles Calif, is taking the position as foreman in the Flouting plant while H. Newman is con fined to the hospital. Glen and r imer Newman visited their fath i unday who is confined to the hospital witti a scalded toot. Their moth er is qme ill at their home here. Helen Guenther, Pniiemina Guenther, Ivy Kymer and Etmer Newman, who aie attending high school at Laona, spent, ihc week end at their parental homes here. Frank Matelski, who recently under went an operation for appendiciius at a Green Bay hospital, returning Mon day. He is suffering a.great deal from a jar he received when the gasoline mo tor c<r jumped the track coming here from Blackwell Jet. No Territory from Wabeno for New Town of Blackwell \ Chairman Hubbard, supervisors Ma llow and Hainmes, Atiy. J. T. Sims and Crank ivopecay were at Oconto Tuesday iu connection with the pro posed new town of Blackwell and the tax suit of the Connor Lumber & Land Cos vs the town of Wabeno which came up for hearings before Circuit J udge Quinlan. The ci cation of the new town of Blackwell was aliowe.d tp stand but the twelve sections taken from the town of Wabeno were ordered returned to the town of Wabeno Tne hearing of the tax suit of the Connor Company was adjourned to the April term of Circuit Court. WABENO DRUG STQRF lFee in r#bßlr Quality otjjrKUHBER PRODUCTS a a< * C 7 Ve> B enu * ne Para Rubber— Gunaj&eed for Two Years OUR RUBBEFCAND HOSPITAL DEPARTMENTS ARE STOCKED WITH M. that Kill Pam— Colton Clean and White— Tape that stays stuck— Clinical Thermometers Gov’t tested— Gauze Bandage Aseptic and Sterile. Complete Line of Sick Room Sundries M. 0. BOEHM The Rexall Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN . ■ i ,/A \ / \ . S, '> * ** * *■' .''V. •• MLp'w !?v ■ r *; ■ c A wV/ iift M* Chassis * - - $285 Runabout - - $319 Touring Car - - $348 Truck Chassis - $430 Coupe * S3BO Sedan - - - SG4S These are the lowest prices of Ford Cars in the history of the Ford Motor Company. Orders are coming in fast, so place yours promptly to insure early delivery. Above Price* are F. O. B. t elroit, Mich. C. F. RIETZ MOTOR COMPANY WABENO WISCONSIN BIG SALE OF U. S. Army Goods At Me Donalds Store, Wabeno Commencing week of Feb. 20th 1922 we are going to sell without any reserve or limit, SIO,COO worth of United States Army Goods at Me Donalds Store for One Week Only. Remember the place, remember the town, Wabeno, Wis, at F. A. Me Donalds Store. - ONE WEEK ONLY OF ARMY GOODS COL. MAX ZIMMERMAN, Auctioneer Hay for Sale Marsh feeding, timotny, clover mixed and alfalfa in ear load's. G*o. L Frederick, Beaver Dam, Wia. Dr. O. 8. Toitloj was to Laona Mon day. NO 28 $1.50 A YEAR Catarrhal Conditions Catarrh is a local disease greatly Influ enced by constitutional conditions. It therefore requires constitutional treat ment. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINB is taken internally and acts through the Blood upon the Mucous Surfaces of the System. HALL’S CATARRH MEDICINB gives the patient strength by improving the general nealth and assists Nature is doing its work. All Druggists. Circulars free. F. J. Cheney St Cos., Toledo, OM*.