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E. B. THAYER, Editor and Prop.—VOL,. XXXVII.
/V A |A/| ■A■■ O Is the name sometimes given to what W ll9l|HllSllal% i s generally known as the BAD DIS- EASE. It is not confined to dens of vice or the lower classes. The purest n|AA Jk Ffc ABA An and ,>est PP le are sometimes vC Va £ S ■ 9 81111 ■a la infected with this awful malady UkV vU M VlvVll through handling the clothing, drinking fr m the same vessels, using the same toilet articles, or otherwise coming in c aitact with persons who have contracted it. It begins usually with a little blister or sore, th<m swelling in the groins, a red eruption breaks out on Ten yearß a(fG ;t contracted a bad caa® the body, sores and ulcers appear of Blood Poison. I vas under treatment in the mouth, the throat becomes of a physician, until I found that he -jouid ulcerated, the hair, eye brows and . . _ ’ .111 i 0.0.5. X commence'! to improve at oacc lashes fall out \ the blooci becoming and in a very short time all evidence o£ more contaminated, copper colored the disease disappeared. I took 6ix bot splotches and pustular eruptions and ties and and weil sores appear upon different parts of K ’ M ’ WaU ’ “‘"“town, Tena * the body, and the poison even destroys the bones. S. S. S. is a Specific for this loathsome disease, and cares it even in the worst forms. It is a perfect antidote for the powerful virus that pollutes S___ the blood and penetrates to all parts of the system. Unless you get this poison out of your blood it will ruin you, and bring disgrace and disease upon kyj your children, for it can be transmitted from parent to child. S. S. S. contains no mercury or potash, but is guaranteed a stnctly vegetable compound. Write for our free home treatment book and learn all about Contagious Blood Poison. If you want medical advice give us a history of your case, and our physicians will furnish all the information you wish without any charge whatever. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, 6A. i Brioa-Brac IN ! i _ LOUWELSA ! mm WELLAR | WARE. FOR SALE BY 2\2> Street. Our Prescription P\ a 0\ v rthilisst* our responsibility ueparimem iM this lvspwJt au) i are Bt:ra . puously particular in every detail, using only the best and purest drugs ami chemicals with guaranteed accuracy. It matters not what physician writes your prescription, it will be compounded in tin* strictest accordance b} 7 competent, reliable pharmacists it’ brought to us, and at reasonable charges. Drug Cos. The Economical Drug Store, next to Post Office. Albert L. Felling, Manufacturer of LIGHT mj and HEAVY rl3ri)6SS And dealer in Whips, Robes, Blankets, and everything per taining to the harness and sad dlery business. Give me a call. 208 Washington St. MORGAN BROS. Livery Elegant KissfaTniahact on short notice. hwriUng by the ilnjr or week. Price* the eery b*wt. ¥e(’lellr, 8t 'Phan* fifi. BEST ON EARTH! t Can’t be beat for the money. ff. L Douglas $3.00 $3.50 and $4.00 SHOES FOR MEN. All the latest shapes. All the latest leather. All tlw latest styles. Remember they are sold ext i naivety b mayfr thb IVIn, f Lefij SHOE MAN. Largest exclusive shoe house in the ROBBED AQAiN! I . ! is what the man or woman says who has purchased unreliable footwear i of an unreliable merchant. To get a boot or shoe that is wearable you should purchase only of an old es tablished tirni with a record for fair dealing. Such are we. fUJELLER & QtlflNbT, SIS THIRD ST. wDRAY LilNE^ C. H. VVECNSF, Prop ; AH kinds of light ant! heavy draying, Household goods moved, freight de livered. etc Rates the lowest and j service prompt. Wi usa uMjgk Pilot. IDENTITY UNKNOWN. Chief of police, Tho*. Malone, is in receipt of a letter of inquiry and a pic ture of a man who is supposed to have been a resident of Wausau at one time The man was found murdered in Pros pect park, Minneapolis, on the morn ing of Oct. 13th and for a time his iden tity was unknown. Near the body was also found a match safe bearing the words: “August Zastro, German Beer, Tomahawk, Wis. ’ The police of that city after diligent investigation learned that the man was known in Minneapo lis by iue name of Jos. Wolff, or “Black Jack” Wolff. They gained the further information that his parents lost their lives in the Peshtigo fire of 1871 and that deceased had been a resident of Wausau At the time of his death he was apparently about 45 years of age, and is described as 5 feet, 8 inches in heighth, stout built, dark hair and bald on fore part of head. He was clothed as a laboring man. Two men, Andrew Haakenson and Levi Nystedt, are held for the murder. They were first arrested for highway robbery made a written confession of their acts although they were un aware that this victim had died. In au unguarded moment they led the police to the very spot who.e Wolff's body was found and told the officers of hav ing robbed a man there recently. Haakensou claimed that be had struck the man a blow with his fist, which rendered him unconscious and an au topsy and revealed the fact that Wolff hail died from a ruptured blood vessel caused by a Plow' on the side c,2 the head. Although an inquiry has been made here there appears to be no one whore members of such a man ever living here. We have learned that match boxes, similar to the one found near the dead r nau, were given as souvenirs by Aug. Zastrow at Christmas time last year. Later— Siuce the above was put in type we have learned that a fellow worked for P. O. Means in this city a year ago by the name of John Nelson who tallied exactly with the description furnished by the Minneapolis police of the murdered man. Nelson’s where abouts are at present unknown and an effort is being made to establish his present place of abode, if he is with the living. We have also learned that at one time there was a “Black Jack” Wolff in *Lt city but he was seen not over four eeks ago at Woodboro. MUSICAL FANTASY. The engagement of the latest musical fantasy triumph, “The Storks,” at the Grand Opera House, Monday, Dec. 1, promises to a really important occasion, inasmuch as the original mammoth production and company of seventy-live people, headed by Richard Carle, will be seen with the same elaborate detail that the fastidious Chicagoans saw it for five consecutive months, and endorsed it a. l , being a veritable operatic rage, thoroughly emblazoned with all the happy medi ums appertaining to gaiety, music, girls and laughter. This latest merry musical fantasy is presented in two acts and three scenes, the book is by Richard Carle and Guy F. Steely, the lyrics are by F. Steely, and the music was composed by Fre deric Chapin, and although the piece fairly efferveses with novelties, border ing on opera, extravaganza and spec tacular nevertheless it does not admit of a single interpolated number, a most praiseworthy factor, that should, receive the endorsement and encouragement of all admirers of originality, mirth, beauty and melody. The sale of seats opens Sat. morning at SI o’clock at Frost-Pbilbrick’s drug store. Fr ees, parquette $1.50, dress circle, SI.OO, balcony SI.OO and 75c. DR. SEGRIST. Pay for Services When Cured. It gives me pleasure to certify my w’ouderful cure by you. I have beou afflicted a quarter of a century with catarrh and constipation and nervous debility. A month of your treatment has given mo complete relief. J. D. Callahan. Dr. Seerist will beat Wausau—North ern Hotel, Friday, November 28th. THE YOUTH : S COMPANION CALENDAR FREE The publishers of The Youth's Com i pani ( >n are sending free to new sub scribers to the paper for 15)03 a very ! handsome calendar, lithographed in | twelve colors, with a border embossed iu gold. The exquisite home scene which forms the principal feature of the calendar is suitable for framing The calendar is sold to non-subscribers fur fifty cents, but to new subscribers for it is sent free, with all the issues of The Companion for the remaining weeks of 1902, the papei then being sent for a full year, to January, 1934. THE YOUTH S COMPAN ION. 144 Berkeley Street, Boston - , Mass. BIDS WANTED. Notice is hereby given that bids are wanted for wood for Marathon county of the following description: 400 cords maple, body wood. 150 " birch. This wood must be sound and of a merchantable character, and to be de livered on or before April Ist, 1902. Bids are to be tiled with the county clerk on or before Dec. 6th, 1602, when they will be subjected to examination aud passed upon by the committee. The committee reserves the right to reject any and all bio*. Any inform ation desired on the matter can be secured at the office of the county clerk. W. J. Kjbeueu, 2t. County clerk. OASTORZA. Bmaib* WaUsaU, Wis., tilespay, NoVeMper 25, 1902. HELD UP. Wausau for the past few months has gained a reputation for hold-ups and appears to making an effort to omulate the example set by Hurley in iff notori oi s days. The latest is that of Fra*L' Carroll who was slugged and relieved of his money on Friday evening. Car roll is a resident of the town of Cleve land and came to town that day to transact a little business. According to his story he spent the afternoon in company with Joe Noiseaux, part of the time in Al. Cook’s saloon. He carried a roll of money and this he ex hibited to Noiseaux. Parting company from the latter later on he wandered around town until nearly train time and then started for the Northwestern depot to catch a train tor * | ome. This was at about 9.30 He went down Washington street and while passing au alley beside the shoe shop of Carl Proeher someone struck him a heavy blo’r over the head, which for the time being put him put of business When he came to again his roll was missing, but his watch remained in his pocket unmolested. Carroll immediately in formed the police of what had happened and a search was instituted for the footpad. Later when he could give a coherent account of his actions preced ing the robbery the finger of suspicion pointed .o Noiseaux and he was ar rested, though none of the money was found on his person. Saturday morn ing Carroll swore out a complaint against Noiseaux and claimed that he recognized him as his assailant. When the latter appeared in court next morn ing his examination was postponed for oue week and he was placed under bonds of $1,500 for his appearance which he was unable to furnish and is tow confined ir. the county jail. COUNTY ORGANIZATION. Beginning with last Sunday evening the Rev. J. T. Chynovveth, Field Sec retary of the Wisconsin State Sunday School Association, has been meeting the Sunday school workers of the city with a view to perfecting a county S. S. organization, auxilliary to the State Association. This latter is an inter denominational affair and works in the interests of all creeds and sects. Its work is wholly inspirational and educational. Its employs trained workers who respond to any calls that may be made upon them by the county. The aim of the local organization is to plan for conventions both in the county and in the townships aud in general to have supervision over this educational line of work. Mr. C'hynoweth spoke on Sunday evening at the Presbyterian church on “The Divine Call to Service.” The subsequent meetings were at tbe Bap test church and were given over to the consideration of . the following themes: Monda, —“The Model Sun day School.” Tuesday—“ Normal Training.” Wednesday—“ Primary Work.” Thursday—“ The Boy Prob lem” and Decision Day. Friday even ing was devoted to matter of organ ization. It was deemed best to appoint a temporary executive committee who should issue a care to the Sunday schools of the county, prepare a pro gram and hold r convention in the fu ture. Then at that time the matter of organization could be discussed. The committee consisted of Messrs. Pease, Fawcett and Stone, who reported recom mending as the provisional executive committee, Messrs. L. Sexmith, M.J. Colby, W r . R. Johnson, F. P. Stone and P. F. Stone. After this business was transacted Mr. Chynoweth gave a bibte reading on “Our Birthright of Knowledge,” and the series of the meeting came to a close. The Milwaukee Free Press is author ity for the statement that the Federated Trades council and health department of that city have joined forces in a crusade on rummage sales by church societies and at the next session of the legislature will present a bill asking that all second hand goods sold at such sales or by auction shall be subjected to a fumigation process. The bill is aimed principally against church rum mage sales but will apply with equal force against auction sales as conducted by express companies, postal author ities. police departments or public auctions. The passage of such a bill will give health departments the power to enforce a fumigation nk such articles and will attach a penalty for any viola tion of the law and will be designed as a measure for the protection of the health of a community and to prevent the spread of contageous and infectious diseases. Wanted— A girl to do general house work. Apply to Mrs. W. B. Scholfield, corner of Fifth and Grant streets. Wanted—An experienced book keeper and stenographer. Enquire of the Wisconsin Box company. ROUGH HMDS Have you ** eas * er to * j prevent rough L-eamSCIvSC hands and red skin than it is to cure them ? li you re alize that this is so, you very likely have a bottle of ROSE CREAM on you. toilet table. We have a number of customers who buy Rose Cream as soon as the air gets snap py and they use it regularly day by day. Rose Cream keeps the skia soft, smooth and white. It is just as good for cracked lips as for rorrh skin. It is not greasy or sticky. W. W. ALBERS, 361 Third Street. 312 First Are. OVERWORK, MENTAL COLLAPSE, SUICIDE. these days of business difficulties the drain upon the nervous forces is unusually great. It takes intense thought and much overwork to prevent business failure, and these unrelieved, are sure to produce nervous collapse, mental and physical exhaustion, insomnia and frequently suicide. Sometimes extreme nervousness and loss of vital force is brought on not by overwork, but by eircumstanr *s hap pening before reaching an age when men are supposed to know what they are doing and are able to measure the consequences of their actions. Some times, again, it conies f-o.n indiscre tions of youth, on the part of those who should know better. Such cases, too, t!*> doctor can cure. then whether you are a victim of overwork, whether you suffer from pres ent or past follies, even if you have tx °n given up as being in the last and incurable stages, -do not despair, if others have robbed you do not be dis heartened. Dr Turbin stands ready to show you what medical science and business honesty combined can do .for you. Through him you cau bauish ill health and regain your lost powers. Pure rich blood, firm muscles rugged strength, steady nerves and a clear brain are what you need in place of failing memory, impotence and sleep lessness. Dr. Turbin cau give you all of these. He will stop forever the daDgerous drain upon the system, give back to you a healthy digestion, aud all the rest will be but natural and inevit able results, You will be practically a new man, —fitted anew for study, busi ness and social life. The doctor is widely known as a most successful specialist in nervous and chronic diseases. His treatment will be personally made to tit your particu lar case, and will not be at ail like using the preparations put up by irresponsi ble. or unprofessional people. It is plaiuly evident why he never fails to cure—his treatment of each case is especially adapted to that case and not to any other. Do not fail to note wliat day in each mouth he spends in your town. Here is one of the testimonials which follows him from place to place as he goes about doing good to his fellow men. It is from Mr. A. Glausmau, a prominent young man moving in the best social circles of Oshkosh, Wis. “I had come to believe that no power on earth could make me feel as I do uow. The doctors all agreed—and there are host of them—that I was suf fering from nervous prostration, but their remedies seemed useless. The more of their medicines I took, the less I wanted to eat, the less I wanted to sleep Sleep grew to be a mere name, a vague memory as one after the other, the doctors pronounced me incurable. I wanted nothing worse or better than death. Now, lam glad to live. Learning that you were coming to town, a friend urged me to show myself to you and tell you my woes; I did and I shall always be glad I did, in spite of l ,he unpleasant truths you told me. Only a few months treatment and lam practically anew man, lam well, a man strong in body and mind. Impotence and nervousness and sleep lessness have gone, I hope forever. This is but a poor expression of my gratitude, but such ts it is, I give it gladly.” Dr. Turbin will b° in Wausau Tues day, December 2d, at the Beilis Hotel. ANOTHER RAILWAY PHOJECT. It has been some time since the sub ject has been discussed of building a street railway in Wausau but it appears that the matter is to be again agitated and it may be that something may be brought forth this time to lead people to look forward to the building of such a line, for responsible business men of the city are at the head of the present movement. Unless the council puts a damper on the proposition we may sec a move toward the completion of plans at some time early in the future. A pe tition has been tiled with the city clerk asking for a franchise and the petition <s signed by Walter Alexander, A. L. Kreutzer, Dr. A. W. Trevitt and Neal Brown. They asK for a franchise which shall give them power to operate a street car line in ttir* city for an in definite period without limitation. For this right they agree t> build a line which shall be up to the standard in equipment, and also agree to run ears from 6a.m.to 10 p. lj. They further agree to commence the work of con struction within eighteen months after the petition has been granted and to have at least one mile of road com pleted within two years. In case of failure to fulfill these agreements they shall forfeit all rights and the franchise shall be annulled. In their petition they make the stipu lation that they shall be allowed to con nect with any and all lines of railway they may see; fit to, and it is street talk that should the eouneil grant the peti tion other Wausau parties will become associated in the matter and the out come will be that men of experience in street railway construction will be se cured and that in time the long looked for inter-orban line will be budt which shall connect the city with other towns of the county and possibly with MemlL It is quite probable that action will be taken on the application at the next meeting of the council, which will be held in & week and should it be granted it is not likely that snch a farce will be made of the matter as was done to ward build ieg the lote for which the last franchise was granted. STRAYED. About seven weeks ago. two colts strayed from tbe farm of the under signed, in the town of Mosinee. One was a female, dark brown with a white spot os tbe forehead, the other a male, brown, with white on legs and fore bead. Colts were born about May Ist. Information that will lead to tbeir recovery will be thankfully received. Joseph Bests, Mosinee. Win. Hoi Gamss In each pound package of Lisn Coffee from now until Christmas will be found a free game, amusing and instructive—so different kinds. Get Lion Coffee and n Free Genie at Your Grocers. . ,A>:. -V-' aV mm l i MORRIS <* The Peddlers Claim At the Grand Opera House next Sat urday afternoon and evening, Nov. 29 CINDERS. What’s the matter with Wisconsin ? In a list of state appropriations for buildings and exhibits at the St. Louis exposition we note the following: Illiuois, $250,000, lowa, 125,000, Minnesota, 50,000, Arizona, 30,000, Arkansas, 30,000, Wisconsin, 25,000! When did Wisconsin fail back into the seventh or eighth division of states? What has happened that the half baked sections of the country like Arkansas and Arizona can make us look like thirty cents ? •*' It’s bad enough to be buried out of sight by the wealth of the appropria tions of our neighbors, Illinois, lowa, Minnesota, but when the “razor backs” of the languid South and the wild cac tus of the woolly West put it all over us its a twist too many. This state has passed its salad days—we have devel oped the country and we have been prosperous, and we like to think of our selves as, at least, in the class with such states as Michigan, Minnesota and South Dakota. Our industries are varied and far reaching. Think of the beer we make—think of the lumber we manufacture-think of the hunters we kill—think of the iron miues, lead mines, da.rying interests aud the pro duct of the larms, which is greatest of all; aud then think of that noble little band of statesmen down at Madison ! there’s foresight for you ! there’s pub lic sp ! rit in a plethoric condition ! they want to see Old Wisconsin well repre sented at the greatest of World's Fair’s, even if it is going to cost a quarter as much as Indian Territory is willing to pay! One of the churches in Chicago has engaged a full brass band to help out in the “service” and attract the people. As soon as cold weather sets in we would advise that they rip out the seats and flood the floor. There’s money* in the skating riuk business if its run right. * - * • Mr. Andrew Carnegie has been pret'y sick—and he is getting old. In that little matter of a request for a library building for Wausau wouldn't it be well to expedite matters t • • • A New York man who is seventy-two years old has inherited $ 15,000,000. We wonder, if he could knock off fifteen years, if he would be willing to let the *15,000,000 go. * • * General Corbin thinks the American soldier should have some singing les sons. We guess the General has never been out with the boys. * * * . The papers report that a Milwaukee girl is “probably” heiress to *10,000.000. She is described as “slender and quiet. | dark hair and dark eyes and wears j glasses.” Nothing is said about spavin | and ring bone and she is probably sound in wind and limb. If sht can find a nice young fellow who wants to help her save money it will m*-aD en : other brewery for Milwaukee-and they need it. * i * That owl. Scraps, may have been a night hawk. * * * Work on the new Government build ing is progrf-ociig rapidly. - week j a catch basin wa* pa* la on the corner. Miles A.xoi ish. OASTORXA. Stand* yylfr lad fag fett Ahpg Baaft No. 62—TERMS, SI.BO per Annum The H. B, Huntington Co.,|HJ Law, Real Estate and Fire Insurance. Third St., Opp. Court House, Wausau. Wit Over 40,000 Acres of Fino Faming and Hardwood Landr for Qalt in Maratkon, Lifiooli and Taylor Counties, Wia. Fin* ftoaldpnc* Propertyßusiness Building Lota and Aoro Property for sal* In th olty. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. far (ala, the nw\* ef the hU *m. IS, In ton'll N, tang* Y, exceptAg U mas la MW BWMSBMM the 40; good hotuo thereon; Is clooo Yy Ws olty; great V-argain. Cor Boro, *Vg mo. S, end svg of a*M, * •!* mo. t, end m3* of *M> ■* *H of m3*, end WS* m3* mo. 7, end nvg end no!* of nr]* and a* of nr]* and A of Ml* mo. *, nit la town A nap I* In town of Flavor. For Sale, w* of swV* mo, 1, ton SR. rfcngo 7; end at-V* mo. A an* •■!( MO. 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Far Bala, mV* af awV* aa* eVg af rwV* ita. t, town A naga 8, town of Fnakfacl Far Sala, lots is, 14 aa* IS an* awVg af aaVg aa*. B, town A nags t, a situs* Sal* an* *WSBMS basM thereon, tows af Kaston. Far Bala, awl* ms. A tows A nags , In town af MaUny. Far Sala, nal* af rsV* an* s>g af eV* Mn. A town A A town af Plavao. Far Bala, neV* sf mV* aa* *Vg af mV* mo. A town A nags S, town af lakiun. Far Sala, wVg of n*V* and nwV* af owlg ear. it, town A rang* S, In town *t loan oar; aa* nW aa* aaV* of ewVg eoo. It, town 87, range s, is town of Brigbtoti; an* mV* mo. A town at, rangoß, A town of Hull; and sVg of swV* an* svg of V* a**. It, town A range S, la town sf Holton; an* nwV* ef mV* eea. A town A, rango g, in town of lan Plain#; and njv; of nwV* sso. t, tosrn A. range 4. In town of ClOTaiand; and nig of osU an* etg of nwVg aad tVg of nwl* aoo. t, an* nwV* oi ■w \ and (jg of nw‘4 an* iVg af mV* seo. IS, town A raega 4, In town of Woin; an* nVg of noV* and twV* of neVg an* wU an* aVg of eeV* mo. It, tows U, ansa 6, an* o-g nf HoVg an* neV* of twU eoe. 18, town 88, range S, in town of Bergen; aad neV* af nejg eeo. A town A, range 8, in town of Mooinoe ; and mV* of ntVg ms. S, town ft, rang# t, In town of If aratbon ; an* asVg of M!* mo. A town A, rango 7, in town of aroatnwatiar: and i>g mo. It, town A mugs 10, and nwU of awV* eec. IS. towa A range It, In town of Kaaloa; aa* aVg af neV* and nVg of awV* and ewlg of • wV* aa* Vg of w!g an* naV* of mV* aad *of oV* mo. It, towa SO, rango I, an* wVg o. soo. A towa A rang* I, nnd swV* soo. A an* iVi of nwt* an* awV* so* A town A reutfH a A town af Tana*. For Sala, swV* soo. 10, tosns <O, rango A town af HarrlMa Far tola, awV* af nwV* saa. 1, towa A rang* A towa of barrio. Far tala, swV* of swV* soo. A town M, rente It, town nf novor. For Salo, nwV* and aVg of mV* aoo. It, town A range t, torn of Bib PMA For Salo, nw frVg soo. IS, tows A, naga I, lawn of Kronor wottor. For Salo, awV* aoo. A town A, rango 5, tews of Bauaot. . For Sale, aVg of mV* mo. 1, an* neV* of noV* aoo. A town A rango 10, town of Harrison. Fm- Salo, #Vg of mV* mo. A an* *Vg of nsV* soo. S, an* *H af aw)* so*. A town A rang* TANARUS, town of Taxaa. For Salo, wVg of soV* mo. A towa SO, rango , towa of HovHa For Bala, rw]* aa* w>g af mV* mo. M, towa A range S, toWa sf OsnAn, LLiosA SSSaIT. For tola, oVg ef aoV*, soo. IS, towa A rango S, town of HsivllL For prices and terras, or any information relating to the above described lands, apply at our office, H. B. Huntington Cos. Women's and Girls Trimmed Hats. SEAL BROWS. L. A. PRADT. C. 8. GILBERT ABSTRACTS. We have the only abstract of M arv thon county. Wo have a thorough’y qualified abstractor and make abstracts it reasonable prices. We are respons ible for all abstracts made by usland guarantee that they show the condition of the title properly as it appears on record. 1 An abstract of title is useful if you desire to sell or mortgage your prop erty, and is very valuable in ascertain ing defects id your title that can be easily remedied and yet might be suf ficient to spoil a sale. If you desire at abstract of the title to your property, call and see us. usau Law & Land Associat'd Offices over First National Bank. TOILET PREPARATIONS. After the spring winds of March and the rains of April, the skin will be left rough and chances for beauty and comfort will be limited. Soaps that (Jean but don’t injure; Talcum Powders, pure and cheap; Toilet Cream, removes rough ness ; Perfumes delicate and sweet. Wausau Pharmacy Cor. Zd an d Washington Sts. *i>Vve SVVte... A hat is a. part of your outfit that needs selecting with great care. Styles which suit one face are far from being becoming to others, but fashion has provided a large choice at reasonable prices at ot .* THE ELITE * * I ! 520 Third Street. WMTCWilson HU UVMTAHES CWTAIKOII 10 OTHER SEWING MACHINE. It combine* greet spend with light ramlng end silen *. sewing three rturd* oi geede while other ma.hioee sew two. It melee a etitch on htmrf geode that le elastic a-'id etrobg and -UH not packer the liehest material. It hat a practical eet of iteel ettacbmante covering a large range of work. Mot “ hew cheap/* rut ,r how good” ahoald be font guide in baring a eewing mic bine. Do not be satisfied without first giving the — -rr: •• no. *• - a trial. I? roar deelat does not handle them tend (or i-staiogae, WHEELER & WH.SIN MF6. CO. 72 and 74 Wabuh Aver. CHICAOO. ILL. For Sat- bj JAaMF> ML SIC CO Wausau, Wie. Every Woman £■ \ is snuwwT: <*vt Vl4 t now at" J* “ \ i.nooi the wonderful | * .fee "srjxstrtjat , V -- i--“ s-aoveeWl Ask fm* *nm** lA* It. AL yfr Jf h- . anet *> ih 'T Use MSHt KL. npptno Nw W . other, fcm send stem. tor i! m '^T7 tar.rsred k.<>a M.!i r >a " / Jf fail vrto-at*reajd in U, / M :*>.! u, ,* ic atRUi ( e>, / m ■Ums naw*niir.,aerw ¥ea*l. - W For sale by The Front-Phil brick Drug Company, .seat to post office.