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lSpr RESTOa “ VITALITY
FXUDffOB XI WMBPT
prodKXH th bore wroHi lo to) jy. It seta
powerfully and quickly. Cures when all others fail.
Young men will return their lot men hood, end old
men wM mcoeer their youthful vigor by using
BEVIVO. It quickly end su-ely restores Nerrou*-
nees. Lost Vitality, Impotsocy. Nightly Emissions,
Lost Power, Palling Memory, Westing Diseases, and
ell effects of self-abuse or exeees and Indiscretion,
which unfits one for study, business or marriage. It
not only cures by starting at the seat of dlseaee, but
Usgreat nerve tonic and blood builder, bring
ing back the pink glow to pale cheeks and re
storing the fire of youth. It wards off Insanity
and Consumption. Insist ea hawing REVIVO. no
other. It can be carried tu vest pocket. By mall
SLOO per package, or sir for •6.00, with a pool
ttve written guarantee to ear* or refund
the money. Book and advise free. Address
EOYAL MEDICINE Ch*3tJßSSss'I L -
For sale in Wausau, Wis., by Wilter
ding & Stephany.
Meta Me,
0., M. * ST. J*. RAILWAY.
Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway pas
senger trains leave Wausau as follows:
NORTH.
Daily, except Sundays 9:00 a. m.
Dally, except Sundays. 7:16 p. m.
Sundays ....12:45 p. m.
Accommodation—
SOOTH.
Daily, except Sundays- 7:15 p. m.
Daily, except Sundays 10 35 a. m.
Close connections are made with 10:35 a. m.
train for all points in Southern Wisconsin and
Northern Illinois.
Through tickets on sale and baggage oh.eked
to destination.
R. Goodrich . Agent.
CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTER* RAILWAY.
Leave Arrive
Wausau Wausau
"1 2:45 a.m. 1:29 a.m.
Oshkosh, Pond da Lac. I 7:35 a. m. 3:10 a.m.
Milwaukee and Chicago, | 12:30 p. m. 1204 p.m.
j 11:15 p. m. 9*7 p.m.
Antigo, Rhinelander. ) ?/ “• *• “•
ifurley and Ashland, sfo^.m.
1 1:29 a. m, 2:45 a.m.
Marshfield. St. Paul, [ 10:00 a.m.
Minneapolis and west 11204 p. m. 4:80 p.m.
J 9:57 p. m. 10:40p.m.
Parlor car on day trains. Train leevinsr 11:15
p. m. has sleeper for Milwaukee and Chicago.
Train leaving at 1:29 a. m. has sleeper and re
clining chair car for St. Paul and Minneapolis.
Tickets sold and baggage checked to all impor
tant points in the United States, Canada and
Mexico.
D. MoNaeohton .Agent.
ATTORNEYS.
\Kreutzer, Bird <fc Rosenberry.
A TTOHNEYS AT MW, W s tin. Wis.. corner
**■ of Third and Jeffeison streets—Heinemann
building. Money to loan in large or small
amounts. Collection a specialty.
BUMP, MARCHBTTI & BUMP.
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS 4T LAW
** Offices, 312 Second Street. Telephone No.
178.
FRED GENRICH.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office in First National
Bank Building, Wausau, Wis.
W. H. MYLREA.
A TTOR.NEY" AT LAW, Aansaa. Wis. Office
** over Maratkea County Hank
H. B. HUP TING TOM.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on Thirdatmet,
O opposite the Court Hemse.
NEAL BROWN. L. A. PRADT
FRED GENRICH. District Attorney.
BROWN. PRADT & GENRICH.
A TTOBNEYS AT LAW, Practice in all courts.
Offices over First National Bank.
PHYSICIANS.
DR. G. R BUGBEE.
Office at residence, 526 Jackson Street.
Office hours, 2 to 6 p in.
DR. A. L. BROWN.
pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office over
1 Mneller A Quandt’s shoe store. Residence
over E. V. Speer’s jewelry store. Telephone con
nection. Special attention given to diseases of
women and children.
DR. KANO USE,
IJOMtEPATHETIC Physician ami Surreon.
1 * Office and residence 517 Grant street.
Telephone 6a.
DR. JOHN HUND
(Dedtschbr Arzt)
PHYSICIAN ANI) SURGEON. Office hours.
1 9to 12 a.m.; 2to 5 p.m. 216 Third street,
Wausau, Wis.
L. M. WILLARD, M. D.
EYE, EAR, NOSE & THROAT
Mn Hewn—* ta It a. m.
I Is ip. n.
7 t (p m.
ffiihn t to U a. m.
A. W. Berch,
Dsleopi ill Chiropractic.
No. 313 Third St.,
Over Dunbar’s store.
Lady Attendant Present.
B. H. CONLIN. PJ^m £3
Teeth lneerted
without platee.
All kind# of
Crown
1 .... jM ßridge wotli
2- Br done.
If Office In
okra ataei
P. A. RIEBB,
|******
DENTIST.
PafTs Block—2l6 Third St
AU YMt LATENT METHODS.
H. JL. WHEELER.
General Insurance
Agent, Wausau, Wis.
®*P r ***®t th# but acd most reliable &mpanit
Hat# M low m the oatare of the nek allow
OAm In Marathon Coont? Baak haildin*
PHILIP DEAN, 1
MM aid
Sonerintendent,
Block. Wausac, Wis,
Call on Thos. Delaney if you have |
anything iu the line of plumbing or gas
fitting. All work will be promptly at- j
tended to. ~tf.
CITY NOTES.
Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets.
Go to John Young’s for. your Christ
mas candies.
Smoking and plug tobaccos, cigars
and pipes at lowest prices at Bardeen’s.
Louis Larsen, of Racine, has accepted
a position at the jewelery store of E.
V. Speer.
L. E. Spencer, M. D., office in the
McKinley block, corner Third and
McClellan streets.
uc. Turbin, the eminent German
Specialist and surgeon, will be at the
Beilis House Dec. 31.
We will wager money that Bardeen
is selling the finest line of pipes for the
least money of any dealer in town.
Sam Winch, of Marshfield, has com
pleted his course at the Wausau Busi
ness college and has returned home.
J. P. Briggs was confined to his home
nearly all of last week with an attack
of pleurisy. He is now much improved.
The tailoring firm of M. Borowitz
and Son has been dissolved by mutual
consent, the elder Borowitz reliring
from business.
Have your watches and clocks re
paired by Otto Mueller, jeweler, corner
Third and Washington streets. All
work guaranteed.
Frank Ross has been at Marathon
City the past week, arranging to plas
ter the Modern Woodmen Hall and ’Le
Opera House of-that town.
Anew issue ol postage stamps is ex
pected this month, bearing the picture
of the late President William McKinley.
This is a we’i merited tribute.—Ex.
The ladies society of St. Paul’s church
realized about S2OO on a sale of needle
work held in the basement of the church
Wednesday afternoon. They also
served refreshments.
Wanted. —Bookkeepers who are not
stenographers to study with The Inter
national Correspondence Schools.
(d!0-4w) 1. J. Weeks,
Local Rep., Wausau.
Rev. W. F. Cordick attended an
anuual meeting of the Stevens Point
Archdeaconary held at Merrill Thurs
day and read a paper before the con
vention on the subject of “The State of
the Soul After Death.”
The. Business Men’s association held
a meeting at the court house Thursday
evening and decided that from last
night up to and including Dec. 24th, all
stores will remain open every night in
the week except Sunday.
Used by th'i ladies of fashion all over
the world. It’s without doubt the great
est beautifier ever offered the American
women. 35c. Made only by Madison
Medicine Cos. W. W. Albers.
Thomas Nash’s residence, in course
of erection at Grand Rapids, was badlv
damaged by fire last Tuesday. The
residence is valued at $50,000 and the
damage was $15,000, with a builder’s
risk of $6,000 on same.
Drs. A. W. and MargaretTrevitt, who
for several years have occupied offices
over Weinfeld’s store, will soon be set
tled in their new quarters over Heine
mann’s store in the offices just vacated
by Drs. Willard and Spencer.
A crew of civil engineers of the
Northwestern R’y Cos. has surveyed a
line to the Rib Valley Quartz mill at
the Kolter place, three miles west of
town. This is an intimation that a
spur track is to be built in that direc
tion.
A book case, couch, dining table or
fancy rocker makes a nice Christmas
present, and can be found in endless
variety at the store of Ritter & Deutsch.
They also have other articles too
numerous to mention that can be had
at exceptionally low prices.
Congressman Webster E. Brown, of
the Ninth district, has made a recom
mendation that postmasters A. W.
Trevitt, of Wausau, and Chris. John
son, of Merrill, be reappointed for
another term of four years. The rec
ommendation is equivalent to re-ap
pointment.
The office of the Marathon Granite
Cos. has been completed and new furni
ture will be placed therein in a few
days. It is quite probable that the
works will be started before January
Ist, though a small force will be em
ployed until the buildings have all
been completed.
The night course at the W ausau Busi
ness college presents the means.for the
young working man to acquire an edu
cation that will be invaluable to him
throughout life. Call at office for par
ticulars.
Wm. Fehlhaber, of the town of Ham
burg, died at his home Saturday after a
long illness, aged 54 years. He leaves a
wife, two sons and a daughter to mourn
his loss. Funeral was held fionday
afternoon from the Lutheran <&urch of
that town. Rev. F. Schaer, oPWausau.
conducting services.
Articles of incorporation have been
tiled at Madison for the Marathon Land
and Mortgage Cos., with a capital stock
of $25,000. A. L. Kreutzer, C. B. Bird
and M. B. Rosenberry are the incor
porators and principal stockholders,
and the busiuess of the company will
be of such a nature as the name im
plies.
To the Ladies.— With every dollar
purchase at my store from now until
Christmas I will give away free a bottle
or package of toilet preparation. I
have a large line to select from, such as
Milk of Almonds, Eleysian Powder,
Quinine Hair Tonic, Cream of Crushed
Roses, Mile. Du Pay’s Bloom of Youth
and many others. These goods retail
at 25c and st)e, but I am giving them as
presents. E. V. Sdeek.
A representative of the Wisconsin
Telephone Cos. has during the past week
been visiting the different towns in the !
Wisconsin river valley that have inde- !
pendent telephone systems His object !
is. as last week stated, to sound the feel- j
ing of the people in regard to placing j
toll line service of the Wisconsin com- |
pany in the hands of the independent
companies. Wb.it ’he outcome of the
matter will be we are . yet not iu a
position to jiaie.
Stevens Point wai visited by another
disastrous tire Thursday morning at an
early hour. The d.-v goods store of I.
Brill V Son was completely destroyed,
and damage was done to the First Na
tional and the Citizens’National bank
blocks. The Brill store contained a full j
stock of goods in anticipation of a large
holiday trade and nothing in the build
ing was saved but an augora cat. The
origin of the fire is not known. Loss
is figured at $40,000.
R. Lvon, Dantiat, will make Cold. Aluminum or Rubbor Plata*.
A FATAL MISTAKE
Is Often Made by the Wisest of Wau
sau People.
It’s a fatal mistake to neglect back
ache.
Backache is the first symptom of kid
ney ills.
Serious complications follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them
promptly.
Don’t delay until too late.
Until it becomes Diabetes —Bright’s
Disease.
Read what a Wausau citizen says :
Mr. J. F. Hoene of IJ3 S. 7th street,
pattern maker at the D. J. Murray Mfg.
Cos., says: “After a man retires for the
night expecting rest, if he is compelled
to roll and toss, first trying to sleep on
one side then on the other, then on his
back, then on his stomach, then if he is
unable to sleep has to rise, walk about
the floor, try his bed for a second time
and perhaps the third time, and all this
is due to either overexcited or inactive
kidneys, he knows what kidney com
plaint really is. For several years I
had attacks of it and despite the use of
medical preparations, and the treat
ment of skillful physicians, I was un
able to check the attacks much less cure
them. Noticing an announcement
about Doan’s Kidney Pills it struck me
if they performed half what they prom
ised they might bring me the assistance!
was anxiously waiting for, so I procured
a box at Albers’ drug store and com
menced treatment. Much to my sur
prise and considerably more to my sat
isfaction, the backache left and the other
complications of kidney trouble which
existed. 1 thought they would re
turn. I was up on Lake Superior iu a
saw mill for the company during the
rough weather and I did not notice a
symptom of my old complaint."
For sale by all dealers; price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, N. Y.,
sole agents for the U. S.
Remember the name—Doans--and
take no substitute.
Ebony goods in great variety are be
ingsold atspecial prices at E. V. Speer’s.
Louis A Pradt of Wausau, who holds
the position of assistant attorney gener
al in the department of justice at Wash
ington, and 11. W. Lee, of Thief River
Falls, Minn., were iu the city today.
Mr. Lee is still gathering testimony to
sustain his claim in the Winnebago
Indian matter and Mr. Pradt is repre
senting the government side of the case.
—Stevens Point Journal.
CROSS OF THE
V award
CONFERRED ON A
SEWING MAttllNf MANUfACIURfR
THIS WAS PRESENTED TO
HON. NATHANIEL WHEELER
LATE PRESIDENT OF THE
WHEELER & WILSON MEG. CO..
AS INVENTOR OF THE
PARIS GRAND PRIZE MACHINE
THE NEW NO. 9.
THIS MACHINE IS 20 YEARS
IN ADVANCE OF ALL OTHERS.
TRY ONE AND BE CONVINCED.
WHEELER WILSON MFG.CO.
72-74 WABASH AVE..CHICAGO.
For sale by E. M. James, Wausau, Wis
Sheriff’s Sale.
The State of Wipe >nsin, Marathon County—in
Circuit Court:
Daniel Beach. 1
Plaintiff. I
vs. D ®.
Wm. Bonnell-et. a).. I
Defendants J
By virtne and in pnrpnance of a jadement of
foreclosure and sale rendered in the above en
titled action by said i'ircnit Coart for Marathon
County, on the 30th day of November, A. P. 1900.
and bearing data on that day. I shall offer for
sale and sell at Doblic auction to the highest
bidder for cash, i tot he hall of the Court Honse,
near the front door, being the west door thereof,
in the City of Wausau, in raid Marathon C< nnty.
on the 23d day of January, A. D. 1902, at the hnnr
of two (2) o’clock in the afternoon of that day.
the real estate and mortgaged premises in said
jndgment adjudged and directed to be sold and
therein described as follows: The following
described real estate sitnat. and in the Connty c*
Marathon and State of Wisconsin, to-wit: The
north half . f the northwest fractional quarter of
section thirty-one (31), in township twenty-eight
(28), norto. and range two (2). east, containing
fifty-fonr (54) acres more or less, according to
government survey. Said land will be sold to
satisfy s*.id judgment and the costa of said sale.
Dated it Wansao. Wisconsin this 10th day of
December, A. D. 1901.
A F. MABQUARDT,
Sheriff of Marathon County, Wisconsin.
Ryan. Hurley & Jonfs.
Plaintiff's attorneys, Wausau, Wis.
First publication Oct. '29th. last Not. 19th.
Notice to Creditors/
State of Wisconsin, ConntT Court for Marathon
County.—ln Probata.
Notice is hereby given that the time np to and
including the first Tuesday of May, 19V2, is here
by allowed to creditors of August Lettan. de
ceased, to pn sent their claims for examination
and allowance. Also that all claims so piesented
will be examined and adjnsted at. a regular term
of said connty conrt to be held at the conrt
boose in the city of Wansan. on the first Tuesday
of J uae, 1902.
By the court.
Husky Millie, County Judge.
Dated October 22. 1901.
Mukllke A Keo.vkb.
Attorneys for Administrator.
[First Publication Not. 21, last Dec. 29. J
Summons.
State of Wisconsin. Circuit Court. Marathon
County.
Theodobk Gardsib. Plaintiff, )
ts V
Aousta Gardner. Defendant.)
State of Wiaconsin. to the said defei.dant
Von are hereby -nmmoDerf to api ear within
twenty days after the service of this summons,
esclnsive of t-e day of service ami defend the
above entitled action in the cert aforesaid: and
in case * your fai'nre so to do, judgment will
be renders,! against yon according to the de
mand of the complaint, which *e n tile with the
clerk of this c m.t H. H '< anson.
Plaintiff’s Attorney.
r. O. address. Wausan. Marathon* oonty. Wis
es* 'in
The defendant will take notice that the origin
al complaint in this action is on file with the
clerk, of said eoort at Wicwiei u .
H. H. M AKSOIt, Plaintiff’s Attorney.
[First publication Nov. 36 last Dec. 10.]
FTobate Notice.
State of Wisconsin. Conttv C* art for Marathon
C.-noty:—ln Probate.
Notice is hereby given that at the 8; ecial term
of the eoonty court to be h'ld in a'd for eard
•oonty, at the court house in the city of *’aoaQ
in said connty.on the fourth Tuesday, (being the
2tth day) f December A. D l!k)l at ten o’clock
1.8.. the following matter will be heard and
considered -
The application of Lnella D Coie Weseott for
the appointasent of John A'eecot.f the town ri
•so Pietae. as administrator of the eetate of
Thus M. Wassort. iot* of the town of Man Pleine
in said connty. deceased.
Dated Nov. '& A D I*l
By order of the erart:
Hksby Miller, t onnty Judge. j
tßy getting $lO-00 worth
of goods at our store you
will save enough to buy
, TWo..
, TUrkeiJs
GOLDEN EAGLE.
FOREST CITY DRUG STORE.
East Side Store —Cor. ot Third
and Washington Sts.
PUREST J| FRESHEST
.DRUGS.
Prescriptions Filled at hours—
day or night.
W. W. ALBERS, PROP.
George Ruder Brewing Company,
Brewers, Malsters and Bottlers.
Ir*— *j ' ~r- ~ ' T
■ %.:r -
The Finest Brewery
in Northern . . .
Wisconsin.
Look at this “Ad”
and then make a trial purchase
at the store of
HERMAN LEMKE
for anything in the line of
Groceries, Provisions. Dry
Goods, Etc., Etc.
Hb tock is always fresh and prices the lowest.
Jackson SL, between Third aml Fourth.
STOVES! STOVES!!
Sheet Iron—Cook and Heating.
Oast Iron— “ “
* Sheet Steel — “ A “
ALL KINDS AT ALL PRICES.
Montgomery Hardware Co*
There are
H4^
very sensible reasons why you
should wear our clothes :
They are moderately priced.
They are made in the very
best style and manner.
They will give unequalled
service.
They greatly improve your
appearance. ,
M. Wawrzyniak,
One Door East of J. E. Leahy’s
Residence.
-A. Tu.rk.isti
Batti a.t Home.
■f ;
i yV*
ROBINSON’S BATH CABINET
CORES DISEASE WITHOUT MEDICINE.
A positive corrf. r Kheomatism, Rl.wid, Liver.
Kidie-y and Skin diseases. No disease can resist
the power of heat
A Turkish Bath at Home for 2 Cts.
Thirty Days’ Trial Free.
If not fonod as represented money refnede
#2.00 Book Fbi* to Patioxs. contains ful
iMtrwti<iDf for caring disease, written by 'ram
ineot physicians.
Samples at ALBERS’ DRD3 STORE, i
WEST SIDE FHdRn/KY
South First Avenue
Purest Medicines always on hand.
Toilet Articles, Per
fumery, Etc.~~^
Prescriptions compounded at all
hours of day or night.
All orders for Keg and
Bottled Beer will receive
prompt attention.
Telephone No. 3
ire Tu Hii
to pr,rchase your footwear
of us, if you can buy cheap
er than at any other place
in the city ? You can, if
you will,
Answer this
Slifiple Qhesiioi)
“yes” and then call on
Mueller & Quandt,
low is MmL Third Bt
CHAS. DURKE,
Contractor li House
MOVEPt.
All wwrk rnaptl; sad carsfally lUniol ta
•A satisfaction gaaran'nad Also team work
at nwaoMkla prices. ( All oa ar addrsas ss
>l lesddawoa oa gautt street f>r noon a
4ii
DRAT LINE
C. H. WEGNER, Prop.
1* a>>wt**varad %• do all kinds af draytag. sac*
a* haeashatd fanutar*. 'mii
ftaaaa rsasneshlt aad saxisfacdoa gear us
m-4. All asdasa praaptb attaa dad to A *•-
50 YEARS’
EXPERIENCE
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Trade Marks
Designs
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone sending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether an
Intention is probably patentable. Communtca.
tiona strictly confidential. Handbook on Patents
sent free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Mann A CoTrecelve
special notice, without charge. In the
Scientific American.
A handsomely illustrated weekly. largest etc
eolation of any scientific journal. Terms. $3 a
i2?. : .12? r f K 2 thß, * ! - Bc “ d brail newsdealers.
MUNN & Cos. 36 ’ B ™*"* New York j
Branch Office. <35 F 3t_ Washington. D.C. 1
PERSONALS.
—J. Ohmsted was down from Merrill
on Friday.
—C. C. Barrett was over from Edgar
on Saturday.
—C. E. Turner has gone to Columbus,
Ohio, on business.
—Leon Morisette returned to Har
shaw on Wednesday.
—W. D. Martin, of Merrill, was in the
city on business Thursday.
—A. M. Fox, of Stevens Point, visited
his Wausau friends the first of the week.
—F. B. Lamoreux, of Stevens Point,
was in the city on legal business on
Friday.
—Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Huntington ar
rived home Thursday from a visit to
-Chicago.
—C. S. Blair, the Mosinee postmaster,
was transacting business in the city on
Weduesda3‘.
—Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Slimmer and
son, lelix, have returned from a brief
stay in Chicago.
—Sheriff Wm. J. Neef, of Price Cos.,
was in the city Thursday subpoening
witnesses on a case.
—G. D. Jones was in Duluth several
days last week ou business. He re
turned home Frklay.
—W. W. Gam ole came in from Edgar
and attended the Masonic meeting
on Wednesday evening.
—Miss* Emily Chubbuck, who had
been in Chicago visiting schools, re
turned home on Saturday night.
—Frank Lillie, a former Wausau boy,
now living on the liue of the Central,
was in the city the fore part of the week.
—Miss Delia Thayer returned to Chi
cago on Wednesday evening to resume
her studies in the Chicago Musical Col
lege.
—Mrs. C. S. Ashmun, of llural, ar
rived in the city last Wednesday and is
a guest at the home of her father, Dr.
T. Smith.
—G. A. Bishop and family, who have
been at Glidden for the past two years,
have returned to Wausau and are now
living at 1113 Cleveland avenue.
—Miss Ida Jackson, state factory in
spector, and formerly society editor of
the Milwaukee Sentinel, was in the city
the past week a guest of friends.
—Miss Sarah Trou, of Stettin, has
gone to Duluth, Minn., to visit for a
time. She wiU stop at Arbor Vitae for
a few days to visit with relatives.
—Mrs. D. D. Jones, who has been
visiting at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. G. D. Jones, and family, has re
turned to her home in Fond du Lac.
—John Baker, who has been out in
Montana for the past two years, has
returned to Wausau for the winter. He
expects to go back West next spring.
—Otto Dahlman, who has spent the
past summer at Horsehead lake taking
the world easy, came down Tuesday
evening for a stay of jg, couple of days.
—Among the Merrillites in town
Wednesday we noted the following: D.
M. Kercher, H. J. Collie, O. Braun, Max
Berlowitz, C. H. and H. R. Allen, Alex.
Burns, Dr. Raven and Fred Wright.
—S. H. Alban spent a couple of days
in Wausau # last week, a guest of Mr.
and Mrs. R. H. Johnson. He was here
on business before the U. S. Land Office
and attending the meeting of the
Masons on Wednesday evening.
—Bert Goodrich, who has been in the
West since last spring arrived in this
city Friday morning from Hamilton,
Mont., where he is engaged with a lum
ber firm. • He will stay here but a few
days visiting with his parents and hosts
of friends.
—F. P. Crocker, who for a time prior
to 1897 was manager of the Wausau Tel
ephone Cos., was in the city for a short
time last week. Frank is installing in
dependent systems throughout thecoun
try. and recently started an exchange of
600’phones at Appleton.
Gold watches, silverware, musical in
struments and numerous other articles
—all things of beauty and a joy for
ever—can be found at lowest prices at
E. V. Speer’s jewelry store, 315 Third
street.
FALSE MUNICIPAL ECONOMY.
I his paper is in receipt of a proposi
tion for bids for printing and furnishing
a list of county blanks, stationery and
numerous other items in a lengthy
schedule, for Marathon county. The
proposition is issued by the committee
on prinliug and stationery of the Mara
thon county board of supervisors, the
members of which have decided to ac
cept the lowest bid on the county work
regardless of the location of the concern
making the bid. Inasmuch as we are
not paying taxes in Marathon county
nor devoting our time and money to ad
vertising that particular part of the
country, we must decline to enter into
competion with our brethern of the
Marathon county press who have been
chiefly instrumental in building up the
county institutions and are now denied
the small privilege of supplying the
necessary printed matter for public use
at a living profit. If this “Cheap John”
policy is carried much further it will
have the effect of holding up to general
ridicule not onJy its promoters but the
entire county.—Marshfield Times.
REV. IRL R. HICKS IS NOT DEAD.
Notwithstanding a widely enrreDt
rumor that the. Rev. Irl R. Hick was
dead, he never was in better health,
and never did a harder and more success
ful year’swork than that just closing.
He has just completed his large aud
splendid Almanac for 1902and, with his
staff of able helpers, has brought his jour
nal, Word And Works, justly forward
into international reputation. For a
quarter of a century >r. flicks has grown
in reputation and usefulness as the peo
ple’s astronomer, and foreaster of storms
and the character of coming seasons.
Never were his weather forecasts so
sought after as now, his timely warning
of a serious drouth this year having saved
the people from loss and suffering.
Millions of bushels of wheat were har
vested though his advice to plant crops
that would mature early. The Amer
ican people will certainly stand by Prof.
Hicks, when it cost them so little and
the benetis eso great. His tine Al
manac of 2.v pages isjonly 2rx\ and his
splendid family journal is only one dol
lar a year including the Almanac.
Send to Word and Works Pub. Cos.,
2 201 Locust St., St. Louis, Mo.
Have your piano tuned by Leonard
L. Fraser. Leave orders at James’
Music Store.
DR TURBIN
OF BERLIN, GERMANY.
THL EXPERT SPECIALIST and SURGEON
Las visited Wausau for the past SIX YEARS,
Once a Month, will again be in
Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Dec. 31.
and Every Fourth Tuesday Thereafter.
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE
OHE MOUTH ONLY.
TIP TTTPRTW JR BUSINESS MEN
illli JLUilDiil, REALIZE THE FACT THAT
Tie specialist
OTJBES | PROMISE S IN EVERY
ALL j ‘ | respect, and the
OHBONIO ' 00CT0R has among his
OASES. patrons SOME OF
W ■y’ cp IHE MOST eminent
HIS ENTIRE ATTENTION WHO * RE HIS
TO THESE CASES. BEST FRIENDS.
ALL CASES HE UNDERTAKES GUARANTEED
VriTTNn Ml7V lf yo' arct ' o,lb,edwith
I UUiTUr luLIl nervous debility.stupid
uess, or are otherwise unfitted for business or
•tody, caused f rora youthful errors orexcesses,
you 6hould consult this specialist at once.
Don’t delay until too late.
MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD
AT A Wlf TWFI - There are thousands of
•I*l Ai'l IVI if LI you tronbled with weak,
aching- backs and kidneys and other unmis
takable Rig ns of nervous debility. Many die of
this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. The most
obstinate cases of this' character treated with
unfailing success.
ATT mcr A OFC Of delicatenatuie—
ALL inflammations and
kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain
or inconvenience.
PfiTiPRH which poisons the' breath,
b/1 1 AIXIt 11 stomach and lungs and
paves the way for Consumption, also Throat,
A FflW Pnlntt ! Ist— I The doctor gives his personal attention to *ach Individual
" ** ■ WlilX® a casc- ?ad —All business conducted on a professional basis and
strictly confidential. 3rd—Names --nd pictures never published unless requested to do so.
4th—The doctor’s patrons are k!. friends.
Utf ml a a your troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspond
™ ence and medicine sent asdlrected. Absolute secrecy iu all professional dealings.
Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send stamps, for list of questions.
DOCTOR TURBIN, 6049 Madison Ave., Chicago, 111.
0
SCOTT 11 STREET
Stock New I Fresh. Prices the Cheapest.
’PHfUSIF AA.O Goods delivered to any
TL/MtL, part of the city> free .
CH/iS. H. WEQNER,
siAtn m
U the
host IL Dry Goods, Groceries,
Geaenj Provisions, Canned
st ° r * In Goods, Crockery, Flour,
Feed,
City of
Wausau. rrweb Egg* mad Exeellewt T HWlPCffi DDTPPO
ISattsr slwsyi oa kaad. LUnuUl 111 IlifiU.
Seeds delivered t* aay pert ef the etty free W chary*.
No matter how fast
you
you ncver b* a ble to
gain any unless you seek
reliable places when out
trading. If you are out
FURNITURE
yon gain by baying it of
CHAS. HELKE,
1 — 1 • 11—81? Fourth St.
XP E RIE NC E
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Trade Maras
Designs
r rrm Copyrights Ac.
Anyone (ending a (ketch and description may
quickly mcertain our opinion free whether an
Invention la probably patentable. Communlca
tlonn itrlctly confidential. Handbook on Patent*
•ant free. Oldest agency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Mcnn A Cos. receive
(p trial notice, without charge. In the
Scientific American.
A handsomely Illustrated weekly. largest cir
culation of any scientific journal. Terms, $3 a
year: four months. * L Sold by all newsdealers.
MUNN&Co™’ 8 New York
Branch Office, S6 T St, Washtngtou. D. C.
MORGAN BROS.
Elagant Riga furnished on short notice.
Boarding by the day or week. Price* the very
weet. Mcl lellsn bt. 'Pkeae £6.
Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all con
stitutional and internal troubles; also Rupture,
Piles, Fistula, Dispcpsia, Diarrhea and all dis
eases of the stomach and bowels treated faritt
advance of any institution iu thecouutry.
BLOOD AND SKIN s£.“*S”:
Scrof jla, Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood
Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the
system in a strong, pure and healthful state.
T A TTT T7C —lf you are suffering from per.
LAI/ILO sistent Headache,Painful Men
struation, Uterine Displacements, Pains in
Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you
to endure your troubles and still be obliged to
attend your household and social obligations.
There are many women doing this to-day.
However, a great many have taken treatment
of thlsspccialist,and he can refer you to those
who have been cured by him. Give the doctor
a call. He can give all the encouragement in
the world and will cure you If you trust your
self to his care.
SiLMILLINERY
Call iu and look over the
elegant New line.
We are leaders and are
always up-to-date.
Anna W. Magnussen.
204 Third Street.
100 NOT BUY
A Range, Cooking or
Heating Stove of Any Kind
...Until You Examine
They Are The Most Durable,
Convenient and Economical.
Eoery One Guaranteed Perfect
Full line of HEATERS.
Full line of RANCES.
GENERAL HARDWAR
R. BAUMANN
Third Street.

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