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Wood County Tribune, The (Newspaper) - July 7, 1921, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin PAGE TWO THE WOOD COUNTY TKIIHJNE THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1921 The Wood County Tribune Published By THE GRANI) RAPIDS PUBLISHING COMPANY Eotouid u second claes mutter March 1st, 1920, the postofflee at Oraacl RapMi, Wisconsin, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. WHJJAM F. HUFFMAN. President and Manager PAUfc A. PKA'CT, Advertising Manager A weekly newspaper, published Thursdays at the Tribuno Building, Tlrat Aveuue South, Grand Rapids, Wisconsin.' SUBSCRIPTION KATES. Deliyered by mail anywhere within the first zone, J2.00 per year, payable in advance. Anywhere outside of the first zone, per year. Telephone No. 324. MAGNAPHONE MAKES KELLNERNEWS WITH FIGHT FANS OF CITY Many pressed Agnes and Gastav Hjerstedt and Gladys aad Ruth Monroe returned on Monday from Neenah and. Menusha I where they attended the Christian Tribune readers have ex- j Endeavor convention. their appreciation of 'the-i ijieth Eberhardt has purchased a new Ford touring Ear. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Jitis and dioghter, Louise, and Mr. and'Mrs. Fred Klug spent Wcdnesay evening at the Frank Eberhardt home. VESPER NEWS of that place tlie fid.' Mr. awl Mrs, Allen, tyi. Alien's! mother and sister of Flint, motored to Tigerton-Thursday "ftci'-i noon. t Martin Prentice of Wausau is sell-; ing insurance in Vesper tlii.s week. j Win. Tessor of West. Saratoga lias liecn on.tfiG sick list a few days, but is now mueh unproved. Frank Taylor has Diirvhtifud "u l-'ortlsiwi Tractor v.-itli disc attachments ami clod cruslicr, it being delivered from Hancock laj-t. wuk. fei a A Tribune -Want Ail llmi one for you.- Call No. 10; A Mr. Fiich of Nckoota cnteraira.1 Ibf oni'ployes of the Motor A Ma chine Company at u at Uie Camp Fire house on Sunday. A'number from tore attended Hie to ,my grttnhohlioiio- dance at -Monroe Center Tribune Want Ad will soil your old evening. ione- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Zeritner are the; proud paryntsc of twins, a boy andj girl, born June 28. i Wm. Ziehr and wife returned home! Wednesday from-a trip through the! southern part of the state. Clara Ziehr is'working at the Yes-! per telephone office. Mr. Conrad of Chicago ie here de-; livering the pictures taken by the Chi- cago Portrait Company a few ago. j T. J. VahMatre and son motored to Wisconsin Eapids Thursday afternoon. Louis Treutel of Wausau was ii iitor in Vesper and vicinity .Q also visited with1 rela- home of her son, G. H. Muuroe last of at .reasonable prices. w a S: week there she went on to Ar-; Ml.s jfampe of Chicago is here visit- ocalf fans. Announce-, in Nekoosa where she visited ic-1- her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Witzig. prtferess-of the lev. PieUer is visiting his wife Miss Kuth Schultz of Arpin spent a here who is staying at the Dasson few days last "week with Gladys Mun-, home, roel i M.rs. E. Bennct spent Thursday af- Mr. and Mrs. Hegadorn are enter-! ernooji in Wisconsin fiapids. taining relatives from Illinois Several of the Catholic ladies spent j drove through in a Ford. j Thursday afternoon in Arpin. manner in which the news of the Dempscy-Carpenticr fight brought; to local; fans. Announce-j ment of the through the plione, or Magnavox, is same mflthbd employed by of the largest. newspapers in the notably the Hearst papers, and by the official announcer at the ringr sied to the people gathered at tlic Jersey Gity Arena. The Magna: vox used by the Tribune is the pro- erty of John Daly, whose courtesy made possible the novel and efficient method of disseminating the tidings of the battle. 'The Magnavox is a comparatively new discovery, having been -invented W 1910 and perfected only a years ago. Its operation is quite simple. The instrument may be at- tached to any electric circuit, and the tone is transmitted through a speaking tube similar to that on a telephone. The voice is greately magnified in volume and intensified through the medium of a control, box, and coming out, of a large horn plac- ed iii an advantageous position, it is carried for a considerable distance. The instrument may be used to omplify the music from a grapha- as is fresuently, done in large concert halls, and speakers address- ing large audiences have found that the best_ way to have the voice carry So that every one may hear it to use the Magnavox. Election returns have frequently been in this way, and both candidates frfund its use most effective in the last presidential campaign. The lot sale at Vesper on Wednesday brought a large number of people to Mrs. Fay. of Wautoma visited at the; town jj0gt of the lots were disposed EASTJEKpOSA Mrs. Fred Burhite spent Wednesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Lewis of Armenia. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Winker ami fam- ily spent Sunday at the home of former's sister, Mr. and Jlrs. Win. Pikammer of Tomah. Miss Eunice Topping spent Wednes- day afternoon at the Waller Teaser hcme. James Roach is building a porch for Henry Knippitith tins week. Miss Jennie Topping returned Sim- day from Stevens Point where she has been visiting with relatives friends. "In Every Respect" says the Good Judge "You get more genuine chew- ing satisfaction from the Real Tobacco Ghevv than you ever got from the ordinary kind. The good tobacco taste lasts so small drew of this class of tobacco lasts much longer than a big chew of the old kind. That's why it costs less to iise. Any pan who has used both kinds will tell you that. Put up in two styles W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco RIGHT GUT is a short-cut tobacco '831 Yo NOTE the DIFFERENCES between the Flat and Torie Lens shown above. The Torie Lens is "curved" and the edges come nearer the face, .the result is more, free-' :lom and greater comfort to .the wearer. Let me make your glasses "To_ric." U.S.BRIGGS Grand Avc. AT THE Ready-to-Wear Parlors We have made big preparations to make this Dollar Day one that you will remember. We have chosen a large assortment of Waists, Petticoats, Blouses, Porch Dresses, Aprons, Skirts and Silk Camisoles; Each These garments are all arranged on separate rack s for easy selection. Come Are Remarkable Bargains READY-TO-WEAR PARLORS 201 4THAVE. SOUTH I.-E. WILCOX I! 6 u I 11 0 1 II Btiy a some P.A. that's doe you! Prince Albert fs sold in toppy red. bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and finli pound tin humidors cndfntlis pound crystal li u mid o r tintb sponge nioistener top. We print it right here that if you don't know the "feel" and the friendship a jdy'us jimmy pipe GO GET ONE! And some Prince Albert and bang a howdy-do on the big smoke-gong! For, Prince Albert's in a class of its qwn! You never tasted such tobacco! out what it'alone means to your tongue and temper when we tell you that Prince Albert can't bite, can't parch! Our exclusive patented process fixes that! t Prince Albert is a revelation.in a makin's cigarette! how that delightful flavor makes a dent! And, how it does answer that hankering! Prince Albert rolls easy and stays put because it is crimped cut. And, go on and get the papers or a pipe! Do it right now! richt 1921 by R. J. Reynolds Tobscco Co. Winston-Salsm, N.C. "the national joy smoke 1 The Sellers is generally regarded by women as the most highly perfected .kitchen cabinet because it has im- portant improvements and refine- ments combined in no other cabinet. For 28 years the great Sellers fac- tories have worked to make the Sel- lers "the world's most convenient kitchen cabinet." Come in and judge 'for yourself whether they have suc- ceeded. KITCHEN CABINETS "The Best Servant in Your Let us shbw you the "1.5 Famous Features' so much talked Automatic. Lowering Flour IJin, the Automatic Base Shelf Extender, and other Sellers conveniences which save time and effort. You'll be interested in seeing just how this, rn.'iotorpitce of kitchen cabi- net design anil construction would fit into'your daily work. And we'll be to show you, whether you are thinking of buying just now or not. The Largest Furniture Store in Wood County." I! 1 1 1 I i a a a i c B a a i I l l I i a a a
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