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TWENTY-FOURTH YEAR T ackle Time IS HERE SO IS Our New Stock OF HOOKS, LINES, POLES, BAIT SPINNERS, REELS, BASKETS, EVERYTHING TO MAKE THE FISHERMAN HAPPY. GIVE US A CALL WABENO HARDWARE CO. WABENO. WISCONSIN [SPRING IS DRAWING NEAR ! and the pleasures of motoring will soon commence. Your car should be in first class condition to start in i with in order to evade the many lit , tie inconveniences caused from in | cessant wear on various parts. We j already have a number on our wait ing list whose cars will be gone over at our earliest convenience. Your \ car as well as theirs will need a little I work in order for it to perform and I operate right. Our Motto of Fixing S not Faking guarantees you efficient | workmanship with right prices. Wabeno Motor Car Company WABENO, WIS. I H HOT sho i jb!S K / \ * II BATTERY CM3 D&l w ra. mot. low wow Columbia Dry Bat teries work better and last longer —for bells and buzzer* —for thermostats —for gas engines —for ignition on the Ford while starting —for dry battery light ing in closet, cellar, garret, barn, etc. The world’s most famous dry battery. Used where group of individual colls is needed. Fahnestock Spring Clip Binding Posts at no extra charge I t-Oiv.'.'*' Fix that bell today! Get one Columbia "Bell Ringer” Bat tery, or two Columbia "No. 6” Batteries, and make the old bell happy. Columbia Dry Batteries are better for every purpose. More power and longer life at little cost. Used everywhere for doorbells, buzzers, heat regulators, alarms, etc., for gas engine and tractor ignition, and for quick starting ignition on non-self-starting Fords. Columbias are for sale all around you —electricians, hardware stores, general stores, auto supply shops, garages, im plement dealers. Insist upon Columbia. '~r Yv.- V $ && *j£ W JSisfS? L' iaV they hit .octyar WABENO. WISCONSIN. FRIDAY. APRIL 21. 1922 You’ll Be Interested In The TASTE 'OF YOUR Home Bakers Bread For there will be no other bread with a flavor so fascinating as your Home Baker. You’ll like it’s crisp buttery crust and you’ll like the way the snow white mouth fuls melt. It’s indescribably delicious. Schlafke & Berndt Bakery WABENO, WIS. OPEN FOR BUSINESS SATURDAY APR. 22 Forest County Beekeepers Meet at Wabeno Apr. 24 George Gnenther, president of the Fores tcdlinty’s Beekeepers’ Association has called an important meeting of the beemen of the county at Wabeno, Apr. 24. Two sessions of the county's apiarists will be held, one at 10 o'clock in the forenoon and the other at 1:3') in the afternoon. The sponsors of the meet ing believe that the conference will be one of unusual importance to the bee keeping industry of the country. The committee in charge of the meeting has invited L. P. Whitehead, extension apiculturist of the University of Wisconsin, to te present and discuss topics of outstanding interest to the lo caL beekeepers. C. D. Adsms, repre senting the Department of Markets and the State Department of Agricui ure will talk on honey grading and bee diseases. The officials of the local club believe that never before have the beekeepers been confronted with the same necess ity for cooperation Wisconsin apiarists are being forced to place the superior product of their colonies in competi tion with cheaper grades ftom other sections selling at less than it costs Wisconsin beekeepers to produce their honey. H. F. Wilson, secreta \ of the Wis consin Beekeepers’ Association who estimates the value of Wisconsin’s crop at about one and one-half million dollars annually, believes it possible to increase this to twenty million dollars a year. The amount of this increase a ceordiug to Mr. Wilson will depend directly upou the nruiber of beekeep ers who work for the betterment of their industry. A. W. Schmeltzer, secretary of the association is operating with president Guenther in arranging for the forth coming conference. Death of Mrs- Lee Marion Mrs. Lee Marion died at her home out on the Bay Shore road last Tues day from heart disease from which she had suffered for several weeks. The re mains were taken to Clinton, Ind. Wednesday for burial. Deceased was - Z years of sge and .is survived by her husband and six grown children. The family moved here from Clinton, lnd. a few years ago and purchased a farm from the Bay Shore company. They have made many friends during their residence here who join in extending sympathy. County Road Jobs Awarded The following contracts were award ed by the county last week: Windfall cement bridge and cement culverts on Bartline-nhoa'e road $1996. 77 to Hoffman & Burden, of Laona. Bartline-Choate road, Town o£ Nash ville, §2012.43 to George Bailey, city. Town of Freedom road, §6337.44 to George Bailey, city. Mud Creek bridge, Town of Crandon $1022.14 to A. A. Sprogis, of Gleason, Wis. Wait bridge, 81904.14 to A. A. Sprogis ofGleason. Keep Up With the Times Time is fleeting and everything on earth moves with it. What was good enough yesterday is out of date today. If we fail to keep step with the for ward movement we soon become mere creatures of the past.—Exchange. SCHOOL NOTES The pupils of the seventh grade are drawing some excellent maps of the continents of the old world. Prospects for club work this year are very favorable. Mr. Nilson expects about 75 people in the vahous contests. Our local declamatory and oratorical contest will be held Friday, April 28th and the league contest will be held here Friday, May sth. Mazomanie has issued bonds for a 875,000 school. The new school will in clude gymnasium, auditorium, a vent ilating system, and all modern im provements. The high fchool orchestra made it's maiden appearance Wednesday noon during general exercises. They made a fine-showing which indicated careful preparation. Mr. Brazier, who was Snpt. of schools at Crandon, two years ago has been engaged as Supt. of the schools at Rhinelander for the ensuing year. Mr. Br*zier gave our commencement add ress in 1920. Monday morning the first trays of bottled milk were delivered to the Lin coln and Washington schools for the pupils- Judging from reports the lad ies w ho initiated this movement render ed a service much appreciated by the pupils. The school teachers of America— o’v.r 600,000 of them, would form a line 300 miles long. If we can imagine ourselves walking seventy-five miles a long this line, we should not have pass ed a single teacher over twenty-one years old, and tens of thousands are under nineteen. An essay contest is being held in the United States. The subject being writ ten on is ‘‘How Good Roads are devel ing My Community ” This contest closes May Ist, 1922. The prize is the H S'. Firestone University Scholarship which provides for all reasonable ex penses and tuition in ny college or university 7 in the United States. All students of high school grade are ele gi ble. BLACKWELL G. C. Plainer is on the sick list this week. Fred Mouldenhour left Monday on a business trip. H* Neuman went to Green Bay Sat urday. returning Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Simonis spent Sunday at Laona at the Louis Prue home. Mrs. H. Clough entertained the birth day club Wednesday; it being her birthday. Carl Eslinger left for Green Bay Tuesdav where he expects to be for some time. Ida La Peine, Fern Thompson and Elmer Neum:m walked to Laona to school Sunday afternoon. P. Shellhamer and family of Laona spent Sunday at the home of his par ents, L. W. Shellhamer. Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Oconto left for the oompany’s camp 15 on Wednes day where he is employed as cook. While on his way home from here last evening Dr. Ovitts met with an accidedt when the gasoline car he was riding tipped over. WABENO DRUG STORE Given Away FOR A SHORT TIME ONLY Regular 25c bottle of refreshing, cleansing and healing KLENZO MOUTH WASH given away with every purchase of the big economical 50c tube of KLENZO DENTAL CREME. Klenzo Mouth Wash is beneficial for pyorrhea, faulty gums, mouth acidity, canker, sore mouth, and offensive breath. Two daily toilet necessities at two-thirds the usual cost. We make this exceptional offer to introduce this big value package of Klenzo Dental Creme— the common sense tientrifrice--- and to acquaint you with the unusal merit of Klenzo Mouth Wash. Klenzo Mouth Wash is also very helpful in treating simple sore throat or tonsilitis, hoarse ness, nasal catarrh, cold in the head and hay fev er. Aids in preventing influenza. Very pleasant to use. Can be employed as mouth wash, gargle or spray. M. O. BOEHM The Rexall Druggist WABENO, ::: ::: ::: WISCONSIN hi®? ♦j* ,N 3£~ •> \j‘~- f? L Hi ii ionsimcilm -"k E4 a *G , riM* , * er d M|, G*fc j|f# # ) ¥ & \• at Less than Cord Prices HYMO-TOROM Guaranteed 10,000 Miles Against Stone-Bruise, Rim-Cut and Blow-Out Note these absolute values. They are exclusive to Hydro- Toron tires. The Internal Hydraulic Expan sion Process prevents the hid c.en defects that show in itone- Lruise, rim-cut and blow-out. foron ( no-rot ) chemical treatment of fabric insures greater tensile strength, great er holding power, increased affinity for rubber, and resist fe ■' ~" ~ ' "TljW mi iniihibi. , ■ J Fred Hebert, Wabeno, Wis. 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. —WWW lira Size ' SFPlantybr f Every Farm New Reduced Easy Payment Plan PTy Everything Electrical, alto Modern Water Systems L. J LONDO, WABENO NO. 37 51.50 A YEAR ance against the damaging ef fects of water and weather. 1 hese absolute values aro pledged to you in the hereto fore unheard-of guarantee of 10,000 miles against stone bruise, rim-cut and blow-out. Besides, Hydro-Toron' tires are oversize as big as cord fires. Yet they sell at less than cord prices. Lot your next tires be Hydro- Torons. We have them. GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY TRINITY EV. LUTHERAN: Trinity Ev. Lutheran: Morning 1 ser vices (English) st 10 Sunday, April 23rd. Sunday School at 11. Rev Wm. R. Hutu, Pastor. ST. AMBROSE. Mass every Sun* lay at 8 and 10:15 'clock. Baptism at 1:30. Sunday school at 2. Benediction st 8. /ather A. L. Buytaert, Paster. PRESBYTERIAN. Regular services every Sunday 10:30 a. m. and 7:30. p. m. Sunday Sebool at 9:80 a. m. The public is invited. L. B. Shfrwin, B. D., Pastor. Arbor and Bird Day fail on the same day this year.