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Cough Remedy IS UNKQUALKO FOR Coughs, Colds and Croat- A. M. Peterson Undertaker and Embalmer Prompt attention given to all calls, day or night. 'PHONE NUMBERS Esch & Peterson’s Store - - 72 A. M. Peterson’s Residence 545 Don’t Eat Drugs Better Take the Food Cure. Most diseases arise from defective blood or from a disordered or ex hausted nc’-vous system. Dr. Chase’s Bloc and and N >rve Pood is the most ef fect'~e blood ouilder and nerve vital izes It restores blood integrity and nerve strength. All forms of nervous debility, exhaustion or prostration are cured by this greatest of all restora tives. Even 1 jng-standing cases an I advanced stages of physical relaxation and vital decline, the various results of over-taxation, excesses or viola tions of the laws of health, are quick ly cured by this best of all strength ened and vitalizers. It is the surest known preventive and curative of mental-fag, brain-break, spine ail, nerve-wreck, and all manner of gen eral or special debility. It enriches the blood, feeds, fortifies and vitalizes the nerves; regulates, sustains and strengthens all natura' functions. It is the hope and prop of the weak and discouraged, the restoration of the chronically ill. Under its influence, hope and ambition revive, courage comes, energy and strength develop. Price 50 cents. Book free. Sold and guaranteed by G. Naffz. i \ft ’*~i |sjj fill * *>: xl .V HI ** ' °*** ***'•* < y v * j# Sold only by James Montgomery Hardware Cos. Strictly Genuine. Most of the patent medicine testimo nials are probably genuine. The follow ing notice recently appeared in the Atchison (Kan.) Globe: “Joe Tack, a well known engineer, running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa, lately appeared in a big one, with a picture, and when he was in this oilice to-day, we asked him about it. He says he had a terrific pains in his stomach, and thought he had cancer. His druggist recommended Kodol and Jie says it cured him. He recommended it to others, who were also cured.” Kodal Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles. Sold by W. W\ Albers. NEAL BROWN. L. A. PHADT, 0. 8. GILBERT ABSTRACTS. We have the only abstract of Mara thon county. We have a thoroughly qualified abstractor and make abstracts at reasonable prices. We are respons ible for all abstracts made by us and guarantee that they show the condition of the title properly as it appears on record. An abstract 01 title is useful if you desire to sell or mortgage your prop erty, and is very valuable in ascertain ing defects in your title that can be easily remedied and yet might be suf ficient to spoil a sale. If you desire an abstract of the title to your property, call and see us. Wausau Law & Land Associate Time Tried and Merit Proven. One Minute Cough Cure is right on time when it comes to curing Coughs, Croup, Whooping Cough, etc. It is perfectly harmless, pleasant to take and is the children’s favorite Cough Syrup. Sold by W. W. Albers. Long Distance Telephone No. 6*). WAUSAU Employment Bureau, Livingston Block , Wausau, Wis. We furnish positions of all kinds for those lookiug for work, also furnish those with help that are in need of same. This includes both male and female. Male help furnished free. Office ooen dav and evenings. In order to prove to you n ■ | that Dr. A. W. Chad’s K 0 I I O Ointment is a certain and 11 al solute cun> for any form of itching, bleeding,' or protruding piles, the manufacturers guaran tee a cun*. You can use it and if not cured get your money hack. Mr. Casper li'iilfon, laborer, Michigan City, hid., says: “I work hard and lift a treat deal. The strain brought or. an attack of piles. They itoned and they protruded and bleL Nothing helped them until I used Dr. A. W. Chase’s Ointment. That cured them.” 50c. a box at all dealers, or Db..> W. Chase Medicine Cos., Bulla’ a, NY. Dr. A. W. Chase's Ointment. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets. To Rent —A fiat, GOl 3d St. Apply to M. M. Partridge. □ Rev. S. N. Wilson conducted services at Aniwa Friday evening. The Forepaugh-Sells Bros.’ circus advertising car No. 1 was in the city on Saturday. The club house will be repainted this spring. The work will be done by Wm. Zimmer. H. J. \V r ood has purchased the 10c store of J. H. Mullen, located in the Spencer buildirg. Mr. and Mrs. J. P Briggs have issued invitations for a whist party at their borne this evening. Dr. lurbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, June 6th. A cement walk has been laid on the west and south sides of the new M. E. church, the past week. Jhe sale of “Blue Ribbon’’ flour ex ceeds that of any other brands at the stores of Max E. Boehm. il6-tf Mrs. Alexander Stewart and daugh ters, Misses Margaret and Mary, have arrived home from their trip abroad. Members of Cos. G had their first out door rifle practice last Sunday on the rarge south of the city near the Eau Claire river bridge. Positions for all who excel. More ..nan S,(XK) graduates now employed. Beautiful catalogue free. Address W. B. U., LaCrosse, VV is. Otto Mueller, the Third street jeweler, has been liberal with cigars the past few days, all on account of the arrival of a girl baby at his home, Friday. Cards have been received in this city, from Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Day, of Los Angeles, Cal., announcing the marriage of their daughter, Virginia, to Mr. J. R. Powers. Master David Winton celebrated his Bth birthday on Saturday afternoon. Quite a number of his young friends helped him make it a memorable occasion. At the last meeting of the local lodge of Eagles, Richard Reinhard, Roy Cheliis and Henry Schulze were elected delegates to attend the convention at Green Bay. For Sale. A few boars, Chester White, registered. Enquire of H. S. Wright, 1030 S. Third Ave. ml4-tf Mrs. Geo. LaMere of DePere, died on Friday. She was a stster of John Donnelley, of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Donnelley attended the funeral, which was held on Monday. Milo Crawford aud Miss Agnes Op perman, bo'll of the village of Mosinee, were united in marriage in this city Thursday, the ceremony being per formed by Judge Henry Miller. The new bridge crossing the river in the southern section of town has been re-painted by the contractors and was on Friday accepted by the board of public works in behalf of the city. Purley A. Baker, Supt. of National Anti-Saloon League, will address a union meeting in the Presbyterian church next Friday evening at 7:45. He is a very able speaker and all should hear him. In a letter to one of the employes of this office, llobt. McConkey states that he is now juggling Indian clubs at the Grand theatre, Portland, Ore., the city where the Lewis and Clark exposition is to be held. Sunday was about the most dismal day in Wausau, of any known here for years. A heavy rain fell during the entire dav, and most of the time it was so dark that our citizens had to resort to artificial light. Last Friday evening a social was held at the Kelly Presbyterian chapel and quite a number from this city attended. A well-filled ’bus load left the corner of Fourth and Franklin streets at 7:30 o’clock. A most delightful time is re ported. If you are going to build or make any change in your residence, have your heating plant put in right and your gas work and plumbing done up in a mod ern way. We do all kinds of repairing m these lines. A. B. Wheeler & Son. 616 Third Street. tf. Gus. Baesman, of Rib Falls, last week sold to the Wausau Lumber Cos. of Edgar 1,100 acres o f timber land situated in the town of Rib Falls and received for the same the sum of $30,000. The company will log the lands and haul the logs to its mill at Edgar. Geo. Meesbrugger, employed as a typo in the office of the Deutsche l’io nier, will be married the latter part of the month to Miss Anna Ludtke, of Green Bay Mr. Meesbrugger lately came into possession of a fortune, left him by the death of a relative in Ger many. Wausau Ladies’ Assembly No. 321, E. F. U., will celebrate the first anniver sary of its organization by giving a dancing party on the evening of May 26th. The lodge started out a year ago with twenty charter members anti now has a membership of one hundred. The bread that mother used to bake was not one bit better than the bread you can hake if you use Blue Ribbon Flour. It makes light, white bread and fluffy pies and cakes. All good grocery stores sell it. Order a sack and wive it a fair trial. Made ..y F. W. Kickbusch & Son. tf. There was an exciting time on one of our principal resdenee streets one day last week within half a dozen blocks. One person, by mistake took a dose of iodine; one little fellow got hold of a bottle of carbolic acid anil took a dose and another tried to fill up on benzine. No serious results have followed in any of the cases. G. L. Smith, builder of the M. E. church and who operates a plant in the northern section of the city for the manufacture of cement building blocks, has decided to put on a night force and run the plant night and day. He has been awarded contracts for the con struction of a number of large build ings, which causes him to take this step. A deed was filed last week w r ith the register of deeds by which Henry M. Thompson and his wife, Stella, of Mil waukee, conveyed to the Holway Land Cos. about 20,000 acres of land in the towns of Knowlton, Ringle, Kronen wetter and l’ike Lake. The considera tion named in the deed was $50,000. These lands were formerly owned by the Joseph Dessert lumber Cos. Have your watches and clocks re paired by Otto Mueller, jeweler, corner Third and Washington streets. All work guaranteed. tf Dan Bear, one of the old residents of Wausau and who for a number of years past has been employed by the Barker & Stewart Lbr. Cos. as a mill wright was married on April 23d to Mrs. Whitetield, of Minneapolis. The ceremony was performed in the latter city and they are now visiting friends in Canada. The bride was at one time a resident of Wausau. Mr. and Mrs. Bear will probably take up their resi dence in Minneapolis. A committee of the Liederkranr society appointed to solicit a guarantee fuDd for the Saengerfest, has been suc cessful in having signatures fixed to a guarantee of #6,000. Jacob Reuter has been engaged to p’ay at the concerts end it is possible that a noted soloist will be present. The society is in receipt of a letter from A, Von der Ane, a member of the operatic company which presented Parsifal ip Milwaukee a few weeks since. He desires to spend his summer vacation in this northern section and will try to arrange it so that he can be here on Saengerfest dates. R. ILyon. Dentist, will make Cold Fiat es . GET INSIDE. Your Friends and Neighbors in Wausau Will Show You How. Rubbing the back won’t cure back ache. A liniment may relieve, but can’t cure. Backache comes from the inside — from the kidneys. Doan’s Kidney Pills get inside — They cure sick kidneys. Here is Wausau proof that this is so: Adolph Anderes, brick layer, of 1208 Third Ave., Wausau, Wis., says: “A couple of years ago my back bothered me for two months. I suppose I must have caught cold that settled on my kidneys. I had a constant pain across the loins and my back was terribly weak. I had to be careful how I moved about for sharp twinges of pain would often catch me very suddenly. When working my back tired rapidly and I have plasters and liniments and various kidney remedies but nothing did me a particle of good until I got Doan’s Kidney Pills at Albers’ drug store. This remedy acted quickly and effectually aud the cure it made was a lasting one, for I have not had a sign of this trouble since using Doan’s Kid ney Pills.” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan’s—and take no other. LOOK AT THIS NOW. We have bought a large stock of shin gles which we can now sell at these low prices: Best Washington Ex. Clear $2.70 2nd grade or Choice A 1.80 Best Michigan Ex. *A* 2 40 2nd grade Michigan or 5 in. Clear.. 2.00 3rd “ “ or Culls 90 Best Wisconsin Ex. *A* 2.25 2nd grade or 5 inch 1.80 3rd “ Culls 80 And the place to save money on lum ber aud lath at Barker & Stewart Lum ber Co.’s island mill. A NEWS SERVICE WITHOUT PARALLEL. There is ample justification for the claim made by The Chicago Record- Herald that its readers enjoy every day in the week, Saturday included, a news service that is without parallel in range and completeness. In addition to the independant news facilities of The Record-Herald, that paper receives the complete news service of the New York Herald, the New York World and the Associated Press, and when it is eon sidered that its news columns are sup plemented by all the special features so popular with its thousand of readers, it will be seen that The Record-Herald holds a unique place among the great newspapers of the United States. Weak, Nervous, Worn Out Women Bloodless, Irritable, Despondent, Wo men, Subject to all Sorts and Va rieties of Nervous Troubles, Find a Positive Cure in DR. A. W. CHASE’S NERVE PILLS The world is full of women whose daily life is one long struggle against diseases peculiar to their sex—whose days and nights are full of quiet, patient suffering. The head the seat of pain and pressure—the result of nerve depression and physical weakness brought on by uterine or ovarian trouble—the nerve on edge—inclined to laugh or cry at anything—an ever present dragging in the back, hips and limbs —a feeling of utter weariness lassitude and despondency. To these people Dr. A. W. Chase’s Nerve Pills are of incomparable value, having as they do the power to rebuild, to reinvigorate and resupply every organ, every nerve, every muscle with the lost energy, aud to insure a complete return to health, strength and vigor again. Mbs. John Bailey of Jackson St., Penn Yan, N. Y., says: “I was told that Dr. A. W. Chase’s Nerve Pills were a great nerve medi cine, and as 1 needed one badly, I got a box. My nerves were very weak—l lacked ambition and strength and my heart action was very weak. I used the pills as directed and they made my nerves quiet and steady—the heart ac tion strong and regular and the appetite good, my sleep became restful and I feel altogether like another per son. I think as a remedy in female complaints as well, they are grand, curing the headaches and heavy, drag ging feeling rapidly and easily—this I know from experience, and I am glad to recommend them.” 50c a box at deal ers orDr. A. W. Chase Medicine Cos. Buffalo, N. Y. Portrait and signature of A. W. Chase, M. D., on every pack age. For sale by W.W. Albers, drug gist, Wausau, Wis. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. ELDEKON. M. S. Smith is making extensive im provements on his farm in the line of pulling and burning stumps. It is a pleasure to watch developments that have a tendency to take land from its wild state and convert it into farm homes. Mr. Danielson, of the town of Witten berg, had a cow killed by the falling of a tree last Friday. Carpenters ami masons are now at work on the new baru of A J. Plow mau. The barn is no small affair being 40x100 feet. When completed it will be the largest barn in the county east of the Wisconsin river. Joe Taylor is doing considerable clear ing up of land on his south 40. Mr. Tay lor evidently believes in doing away with tire traps as fast as possible, and converting slashings into farm lands at once. Frank Cottral, of the town of Fran zen, lost a number of dollars’ worth of mists, pedes and eordwood by the fire last week. Another section crew has been placed on the Elaml-Rosbolt branch, with head quart- rs at Elderon. Chairman Frank Cottral is suffering from the effects of a sore foot. Henry Matteson, of Franzen, raised a bam oue day last week. The band boys are planning to build a band stand which will lie very nice when finished. On May 27th they give a ball in Gosh's hall. Next Sunday the Wittenberg and Clintonville ball teams will play a game of ball at Wittenberg. A gmxi game is looked forward to. A delegation from Elderon will doubtless go out to see the game. O. E. Palmer Piano Tuner “aES*. orders at S. N. Bridge & Son’s Music Store. ..Healthful, Pleasurable.. Cycling for sport and rec treation presents the strong est claims on popular favor. The bicycle emancipates its ever-changing scenes, and such eye delights nature change of scene so necessa founded on their expedience with the old time bicycle, the modern, high grade safety is a revelation far in advance of tbeir fondest dreams. We deal only in standard wheels and carry in stock such a complete assortment that you cannot help making a selection that will suit you. We also have a bicycle repair shop that is second to none in this section. C. F. DUNBAR & CO. AUCTION OF Shorthorn Cattle ... To be lield at . . . Wausau, Wis., ... at the . . . Marathon County Fair Grounds ON . JUNF: j Under the auspices of the Wisconsin Shorthorn Breeders’ Ass’n. At which time 42 Females and 20 Bulls will be disposed 0f.... It will be a good opportunity for fanners to improve their herds. Farmers are earnestly requested to be present at this great sale of Registered Shorthorn Cattle. They will be as surred of fair treatment in every instance. Owners will be always ready and pleased to answer all questions in regard to the cattle they consign. Write for a catalogue to E. E. JONES, Rockland, Wis. BREITKREUUZ IN M. A. C. A rumor that Emil Breitkreutz, mid dle distance runner who has represented the Milwaukee Athletic club for the last three years with considerable success would never compete again for the local club was denied by W. H. Liginger, “I had heard that he was to be coach of the Ripon college team,” said Mr Lig inger, “but have since been told that Purify Your Blood Sc as to prevent and cure disease by using the old reliable BLOOD AND RHEUMATISM CURE MATT J. ZAOO JOHNSON’S ytlOO Will cure Rheumatism, Kidney Troubles, Backache, Catarrh or any other blood trouble, but nothing in this life is absolutely sure and I don't want your money unless I earn it. So I say Your Money Refunded If you are not satisfied after taking the first bottle. NOTICE ! We do not ask you to take fire or six bottles before deciding. Take half a bottle, then if you don't feei bet ter, return the bottle and get your money back. Ilf r TAI/C TUF nIC L ; IT'S MY* MONEY—NOT YOURS that you experi )} L lAIIL IFI L Kl jIV ! ment on. Could we make a stronger offer to show ■ our confidence ? Remember we make you an abso lute guarantee. W. W, ALBERS, WAUSAU, WIS. Ripon will claim that he is not to be paid for his services as coach, but en gaged at the college to teach certain classes and will coach for love of the game. How they may all be I can not say, as 1 have nothing to do with it un til someone makes charges. So far as 1 know Breitkreutz is still a member of our team, and would be expected to rep resent us whenever we might call on him.”—Milwaukee Sentinel. PERSONAL MENTION. . C. E. Guenther, of Knowlton, was in the city Saturday. —George A. Kreutzer, of Athens, spent Tuesday in Wausau. ~G. G. Knoller, of Dancy, transacted business in Wausau Saturday. —E. M. Smart, of Merrill, transacted legal business in Wausau, Saturday. —Miss Belle Heinemann was in Mer rill Friday, visiting the day with rela tives. ~Alr. and Mrs. Frank l’ond, of lomah, visited with their son, Frank Bond, the past week. —J. D. Ross, of Oak Park, 111., spent several days last week iu tne city look ing after his business. —Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bissell and Mrs* Wm. Gamble spent several days in Chicago the past week. —Misses Nellie Silverthorn, Minnie Smith, Anna and Antoinette Hoeflinger spent Thursday in Merrill. —Bat Dowling, was over in the viciuty of Antigo, several days last week looking over timber land. —Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnum, of Cliutonville, were guests of Mr. aud Mrs. A. V. Gearheart over Sunday, —Mrs. G. M. Goodriek and Mrs. G. B. O’Connell, of Clintonville, were guests of Mrs. G. W. Bishop, over Sun day. —Mr. and Mrs. 11. C. Stewart, who have been spending the winter in Arizona, are again at their home in Wausau. —Miss Alice Bell went to Chicago Saturday, to attend several large millinery openings and look over new styles iu millinery. —Mrs. Geo. F. Beilis, who has been visiting in Minneapolis returned home on Tuesday. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. R. P. Pradt. —Miss Garry, who has been spending the winter with her sister, Mrs. B. H. Conlin and family, returned to her home in fond du Lac, Saturday. —Dr. B. J. Taugher was called to Milwaukee Friday evening in response to a telegram announcing the death of his uncle, Patrick Taugher, aged 85 years. —Hem-v Etter and children, of Wim belton, N. D., arrived in the city Satur day to attend the funeral of Louis Rens. They will visit in the city and county for some time. —Mark Guenther, the leading mer chant of Knowlton, spent Friday in the city on business and pleasure. While here he witnessed the ball game be tween Wausau and Beloit. —Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Yawkey, re turned from the East on Thursday. They went to Philadelphia, where they met their daughter, and from there went to Washington, and other places in the East. —Jas. O’Brien, formerly located a 1 Manitowoc as the Northwestern Ry. Co.’s agent, has been spending the past few days in the city visiting his parents. He hits been taking a vacation for several weeks. —C. A. H. Kopplin and niece, Miss Minnie Willmert, of Blue Earth City, Minn., were in attendance at the fun eral of Mrs. R. Paul,which took place in Wausau Thursday. They returned home last evening. Henry Bopf and wife departed Saturday noon for Athens and yesterday took charge of the Athens House, which Mr. Bopf lately purchased. Henry in vites all his Wausau friends to visit him when in that village. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Gappa, living at 1703 Third street, are mourning the loss of a daughter, aged thirteen months, who died Wednesday of pneumonia. Funeral was held Friday front St. Michael’s church. —Merritt Martin, who for the past seven years has been employed as a teamster by the H. E. McEachron Cos., departed last Tuesday evening for Milwaukee to accept a position in the freight department of the Northwestern li’y. Cos. —Jack Whalen departed last week for Duluth, Minn., where he will be employed in a large grocery house, and will move his family to that city in a few weeks. For several years he has been employed as a teamster by the H. E. McEachron Cos. —W. N. Allen departed a week ago for Chicago where he met representa tives of Eastern capitalists and together they journeyed south for Mexico. Mr. Allen will survey a large tract of land south of Mexico City—a tract of about the size of Marathon county—which work will take him a long time to com plete. —M. T. Milroy and W. 11. Bissell at tended the meeting of the lumbermen’s associations of the Mississippi Valley, the Wisconsin Valley and the North western Hemlock, held last week in Milwaukee. It was decided to advance the prices of lumber on account of a shortage of 300,000,000 in the states of Wisconsin and Minnesota. —P. H. Sperry, of M arinette, was in the city Wednesday and Thursday, re newing old acquaintances. Mr. Sperry was a resident of Wausau from 1873 to 1876 and during the latter year went to Neenah where he entered into business; later, he started in the jewelry business in Marinette, and where he has since remained. He found only a few old land marks to remind him of his early life here and was greatly surprised at the wonderful growth of Wausau and vicinity. It goes without saying that his many old friends were delighted to see him. TURBIN Of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past TEN YEARS, will again be In Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, June 6 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M., AND EVERY FOURTH TUESDAY THEREAFTER. Merrill, Monday, June 5, at Badger Hotel £ ;■ qffh DOCTOR TURBIN, 103RandolphJJt., Chicago^Hl. YOUNG. MFN 11 y° u are troubled with IWUIXVJ UIUIX n „ rvous debility. stupid ness, or are otherwise unfitted Tor business or study, caused from youthful errors or excesses, you should consult this specialist at once. Don’t delav until too late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD MANKINin There are thousands of you irini v l\ll x u troubled with weak, aching hacks and kidneys aud other unmistakable signs of nervous debility. Many die of this diffi culty, ignorant of thecause. The most obstinate cases of this oharaoter treated with unfailing success. A I I HKF delicate nature—in pijLnjLj flammations and kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain or incon venience. f AT\RRH poisons the breath, V/r*\ i, i stomach and lungs and paves the j y for Consumption, also Throat, Liver. Heari Kidney, Bladder and all constitutional and internal troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea and all diseases of the stomach ar.d bowels treated far iu ad vance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKIN Scrofula, Tumors, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thoroughly eradicated, leaving the sys tem in a strong, pure and healthful state. WRITF y° ur troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspondence IIUIIU and medicine sent as directed. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send 2-ceut stamp for list of questions and pamphlet. Geo. Ruder Brewing Company, Brewers, Malsters and Bottlers. The Finest Brewery jjjj| All orders for Keg and . = 10) Bottled Beer will receive in Northern ■. ■ g, prompt am . ntkm . Wisconsin. | No . 3 LEGAL NOTICES. [First publication April 25, last May 16.] Notice to Creditors. Btate of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time up to and including the first Tuesday of November. 1905, in hereby allowed to creditors of Stephen H. Schooley, deceased, to present their claims for examination and allowance. Also that all claims so presented, will be examined and ad justed at a regular term of said county court, to be h°ld at the court court in the city of Wausau, on the first Tuesday of November. 1905, and on the first Tuesday of December, 1905. Dated April 25th. 1905. By the court, Hbnbv Miller, County Judge. First publication May 2, last May 2.1. Marathon County )„„ . ... _ - City of Wausau f BB ' ln Justice Court. To Fred Hoene: You are hereby notified that a summons and garnishee has been issued agauist von, and your property garnished to satisfy the dematui of Alfred Luebner and Oscar l.nebner. amounting to thirty dollars (530.0 U) Now, unless you shall appear before J. A. Jones, a justice of the peace in and for said county, at his office in said city of Wansao on the 24th day of May, A. D. 19 >6, at 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon, judgment will be rendered against you and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 28th day of April, A. D. 1905. Alfred Lukbnkk, > Oscar Ldeb.nlr, f Vlaintine. Brown, Pradt & Gbnrich and Oblaf Anderson, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. First publication May 9, last June 13. ln Circnit Conrt—Marathon County. H. H. Man son and Charles Weinfeld, Plaintiffs. vs. Joseph Baskin and the unknown owners of the North-West quarter (nwj<) of Section thirty-six (36) in Township twenty-eight (28) North, of Bange eight ,8) East in Marathon county. Wiscon sin, Defendants. The btite of Wisconsin, To the said defendants and each of them : You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons, ex clusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the conrt aforesaid; and in case- of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the de mand of the complaint, of which a copy is here with served npon yon. Brown, Pradt & Denbigh, Plaintiffs’ Attorneys. P. O. address. Wausau. Marathon County, Wis. The land affected by this action is described as North-West quarter (nw'/Dof section thirty six (36) in Township twenty-eight (28) North, of Range eight (8) East, in Marathon county, Wis consin. First publication May ’6, last May 30. State of Wisconsin— Marathon County—ln Coun ty Conrt. In the matter of the estate of Stephen H. Schooley, deceased: Arthur Neitzel, of Marathon county, Wiscon sin. having this day presented to this conrt his petition setting forth the facts entitling him to a conveyance from the estate of Stephen H. Schroley, deceased, of the following described real estate, situated in Marathon canty, Wis consin, to-w it: The east one-half of the norih e=t quarter of section eleven (11), township twenty-eight (24), range three (3) east. It is ordered that snch petition b heard at the regular term of this conrt to be held at the conrt honse. in the city of Wanean, on the 6th day of Jane, A. D. 1905, at 10 00 o'clock a. m . and that notice of said hearing be given by poblication of this order in the Wag ".to Pilot, a weekly news paper, published in the city of Wanaan. Mara thon connty, at least three weeks before the same fixed for snch hearing, and that the last poblication be not more than ten days before the time so fixed. Dated this 25th day of April, 1905 Henry Miller. County Judge Weak Hearts Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember when it was simple indiges tion. It is a scientific fact that ail cases of heart disease, not organic, are not only i traceable to, but are the direct result of indi gestion. All food taken into the stomach I which fails of perfect digestion ferments and ! swells the stomach, puffing ii up against the heart. This interferes with the action of I the heart, and in the course of time that , delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. Mr. D. Kaubie. of Nevada. 0., says: 1 had stomach 1 trouble and was in a bad state aa I had heart trouble i with it. I took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four I months and It cored me. Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of ali pressure. BotLesoolr. S 1.00 Size boldine 2H time* the trial size, which aeila for 50c, Prepared by E. C. OeWITT AOO.. OHIOAOO. Sold by W. W. Albers. I Cure Nervoib, Debility, Blood Poison, Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and Other Rectal Diseases, Kidney, Blad der and Lingering Ailments. I MAKE NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTA TION, whether you take treatment or not. VARICOCELE. Varicocele Impairs Vitality and De stroys the Elements of Manhood. I want every man afflicted with Vari cocele, Blood Poison, Nervo-Vital De bility, or allied troubles to come to my office, where I will explain t* him my method of curing these diseases. I in vite in particular all men who have be come dissatisfied with treatment else where. I will explain to you why you have not been cured, and will demon strate to your entire satisfaction why I can cure you safely, quickly, and per manently. MY COUNSEL WIL L COST YOU NOTHING, BUT MY CHARGES FOR A PERFECT CURE WILL BE REASONABLE ANI) NOT MORE THAN YOU WILL BE WILL ING TO PAY FOR THE BENEFITS CONFERRED. I WILL IX> BY YOU AS I WOULD WANT YOU TO Do BY ME IF OUR CASES WERE REVERSED. I L,rtL/ *Headache, Painful M. ngtruatiou. Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still be obliged’ to attend to your household and social obligations, give the Doctor a call. He will oure you if you trust your self to his care. A great many have taken treat ment of this Specialist, and he can refer you to those who have been cured by him. ••YOUR MONEY IS - NO GOOD” and will be refunded to you if after u ing half a bottle of THE FAMOUS RHEUMATISM and BLOOD CURE you are not satisfied with results. This is our guarantee which goes with every bottle. For Sale and Guaranteed Only by W. W. ALBERS, Druggist. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Wausau, Wisconsin. Capital $150,000 Surplus and Profits. $40,000 Respectfully solicits the accounts of cor porations, mercantile firms and individuals. GET YOUR EARNINGS into onr savings department. If yon spend all, somebody else deposits yonr money. It is bet ter to do yonr own banking. 3 per cent, on sav ing accounts or on certificates of deposit. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. D. L. Plnmer, President; 11. K. Parcher, John Kingle, Vice-Presidents; A. H. Groat, Cashier; H. E. Smith, Ass’t Cashier- C,. H. Curtis, Jacob Gensmao. C. F. Dnnbar, G. D. Jones. There Is a Difference. The difference between Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar and all other Cough Syrups is that it moves the bowels, thus expelling a cold from the system. This relaxes the nerve-tissues and by its healing effect on the throat anti lungs the cough is relieved—cored entirely. Kennedy’s is the original Laxative Honey and Tar and contains no opiates. Good alike for young or old. Tastes good Sold by W. \V Albers. Palmo Tablets transform weak, broken-down, nerv ous wrecks into magnificent types of physical perfection. They restore the nerves and kidneys to their normal conditions and make you look and feel years younger. Guaranteed. 50 cents. Book Free. The S. R. Fell Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale by W. W. Albers, druggist.