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E B. THAYER, Editor and Prop.—VOE. XL.
Honesty Accuracy Intelligence Machine Oils * \i h ?i INCLUDING OTLS EXPRESSLY FOR Cream Separators Automobiles Electric Montors Gas Engines Electric Dynamos Gasoline Engines Sewing Machines Treat Cutting Lubricators Drills FARM MACHINERY OF ALL KINDS. We also carry in stock at all times the best Cyclimler Oils, Cup Grease and Lard Oils and High Test Gasoline. Pardee Drug 1 Cos., j “Yellow Front”~| The public demand a Pure Beer. We brew it Weisensteiner and Red Ribbon by the case. 2 dozen quarts, $2.00. 3 dozen pints, $1.75. TELEPHONE 93. -A. Jealous Ivlein S:iid to his friend who showed him a parlor suite he had bought of me for S3O, “Well that’s a bait to catch you on something else?” He visited our store to get what he considered a rare bargain in parlor suites and before he left purchased goods for three times the above amount. Well, if you had Shot His Wife the man would not have been more surprised than he was at the prices for which I am offering furniture at present, and he will come again. The fellow who was caught stealing horses An_ci Was I-jyrioliecl did not feel any worse thau did this man who made the above re mark to his friend. He will do all his trading with me in the future and induce others to do the same. CHARLES HELKE, •and CHAS. H. WEGNER > Largest General Store in Wausau GROCERIES, CLOTHING,, FLOUR, FEED, PRODUCE, NOTIONS, CROCKERY. A supply of Fresh Butter and Eggs and all Farm Produce always on hand. Soda Crackers are becoming more and more the food Oi the People It remains for the national biscuit company to bake more and more Uneeda Biscuit For the People Who desire more and more Soda Crackers of known purity, cleanliness and unchanging quality. Uneeda Biscuit have long been recognized By the People As the best of all Soda Crackers, combining as they do, a union of all that is nutritive and healthful at the lowest possible cost—s^. g Don't forget \ / Graham Crackers \ f Butter Thin Biscuit I V Social Tea Biscuit I \ Lemon Snaps I NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY HV EVERY PRESCRIPTION we dispense we put these ingredients. It’s because we adhere so firmly to this high standard in selecting and caring for all our drugs and chemicals, as well as in dispensing, that our prescription trade has grown so steadily. GIVE US A TRIAL. FROST-PHILBRICK DRUG CO. Wausau Pilot. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Jos. W. Powell, of Rochester, N. Y., spoke to us Tuesday afternoon. * * * beginning with next year the posi tions of monitor are to have privileges connected with them. These privileges are to leave the room and speak with out permission and will be awarded up on the past conduct of applicants. * * * Thursday morning, while the geology class was enjoying a test, the advanced algebra also was delighted with what is called a quiz. * * * The members of the music B class are taking their examinations individually this year. * * * A collection of ten new poems ap peared upon the chemical labratory Friday morning, three of which were as follows: * * * ‘•Wee experimental Nina, Dropped her mother’s Dresden china, From the seventh story casement, Smashing, crashing to basement. Nil.a then grew apprehensive, Said ‘This china is expensive. But it proves by demonstration, Newton’s law of gravatation.’ ” * * * “Little Willie with a taper. Touched it to grand-pa’s paper; Grand pa jumped a foot or higher, Dropped the thing and shouted ‘fire.’ Willie wrapped in meditation. Views the scene of conflagration; ‘This,’ he said, ‘confines my notion. Heat creates both light and' motion. ” * Willie killed his little sister. She was dead before they missedjlier. Willie is always up to tricks, Ain't he cute r he’s only six, * * * At. lyceum Friday the most interest ing program of the year was rendered. There were ten declamations on, so the lyceum was turned into a declamatory contest, the school being the judges. lua Martin was given first place; Margaret Murray, second, and Gertrude Coleman, third. The program was as follows: Declamation—The Baron's Last Banquet.... Arnold Wegner Declamation—Barton Edward Hunger Declamation —The Devil and the Lawyers... Mark Gearhart Essay—Petroleum Henry Koppa Declamation—llow Tom Saved the Express. Louis Waitowski Declamation—Tom Jake Yosburg Declamation—A Violin Fantasy Ina Martin Declamation—The Twins’ First Day at Sunday School Margaret Murray Music Caroline Merklein Declamation—Our Hired Girl. Gertrude Coleman Declamation—The White Rose.. ..Fertile Marsh Declamation—What Vacation is Will Taege Elsie Smithies presided. Mr. Mathie acted as critic. As this was next to the last meeting of the lyceutn during this school year, an election of officers was held which resulted as follows: Frank Okoneski, president; Harvey S.cholfield, vice president, and Helen Winton, secretary. These new officers will be installed next Friday. George McNaughton will give the historian’s report next week. 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 Slichigan 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 and lath at Barker & Stewart Lum ber Co.’s island mill. WAtJSAtJ, WIS., TIiESPAY, MAY 30, 1903. ONLY ONE WAY To Purify the Blood, Increase Fles h and Stren th. t,o Cure Indigestion. The rapid increase of heart and nerv ous troubles among our countrymen is alarming, and lead many to believe our race is growing weaker through the strife of the average man for position and wealth, in this strenuous age; but that these conditions are more often the result of weak stomachs, or poor digestion, is stated by Dr. L. M. Turbin, the well-known specialist of Chicago. Why? Because perfect digestion con verts the food eaten into pure blood, strong nerves, muscles, and all the flesh a person needs for health, thus equip" ping him for the battle. A person blessed with a healthy vigorous stomach and digestion, does not have impure blood, a muddy, sallow complexion, is not troubled with weak nerves, sleep less nights, and the thousand and one pains and aches arising from poor digestion. The doctor’s vast experience and the success which has attended his treat ment of such cases, warrant the decla ration that there is only one way to purify the blood, increase flesh, and restore the delicate mechanism of the entire system to perfect harmony, and that is a thorough course of treatment for the digestive organs. Dr. Turbin’s acknowledged skill and established reputation for fair treatment towards his patients preclude all doubt of his ability to restore to health, those afflicted with any affections of the stomach. For the past fourteen years Dr. Tur bin has visited our town every four weeks, and may be consulted free of charge at the Beilis hotel, when he visits Wausau, Tuesday, June 6th. SCHOOL EXHIBIT. A general exhibit of the manual train ing work, drawing, etc., of the high school will be held Friday. June 2d, to which all citizens of Wausau are invited to attend. The building will be open from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. and from 7 to 9 p. m. Work will be shown in manual training in classes above the sixth grade and of industrial work in classes below the sixth and of drawing in all classes from the kindergarten up. Manual training being practically anew fea ture in the high school, the citizens as a whole know very little of the work being accomplished and they, there fore, should accept this invitation of the school board to visit the high school on the above date and learn something of the merits of this department. It is a matter everyone should take an interest in. There will be a corps of teachers on hand to show people through the building and answer any questions or make any explanations. On the same day the Lincoln school will be open to the public for the inspection of work in its departments and the manual training room will furnish much of interest to those who visit it. CEMENT WALKS. George Clark wishes to announce that he is ready to figure with any one who desires to lay cement walks the coming season, or with any one who has cement work they want done. Ad dress Geo. W. Clark, 137 S. 7th Ave. tf TWENTY-THIRD COMMENCEMENT OF THE WAUSAU HIGH SCHOOL At the Auditorium of the High School, Wednesday a.id Thursday, June 7th and Bth. SENIOR ADDRESS ... AT THE . . . M. E. CHURCH, SUNDAY EVENING JUNE 4TH, 1905 Organ Prelude, Larghetto, .... W hiting Mk. Cha.s. Hoyt Doxology, ......... Congregation Music. Spring Song. .... Pubenstein Doddle Quartette Mrs. George Hart F. W. Kickruscii, Jh. F. W. Kiokbdsoh, Jr. Karl Mathie 1). T. Jones Walter Fliktii Matie Mitchell. Everet Smith Reading from the Scriptures. ...... Rev. S. N. Wilson Music, Soprano Solo, The New Born King. - Lespoir Mrs. F. W. Kickhusch, Jr. Prayer, - - . Rev, Albert E. Patch Music, Oh, for the Wings of a Dove, - Mendelssohn Dodiile Quartette America, ......... Congregation Address to Senior Class, The Mission of the School, Ur. John Faville, Peoria, iu.. Benedict/on, - Rev, G. C. Carmichael Organ Postlude, Festal March, ... Teilman Mr. Chass. Hoyt THURSDAY EVENING JUNE 8T H, 1905 Dumb Bell Chorus, Sixteen High School Girls Oration, Prehistoric America, Edwin Karl Schuetz Demonstration, Power Transmission by 7 Electrical Cur y rents, Fred E. Wartman Oration, The Shaping- of States Rights, Donald Stewart Montgomery Music, Pilgrim’s Chorus, - Wagner Double Octette Oration, Immigration, Its Problems and Perils, John McVey Montgomery Essay, A Conception of Music, Winifred M. E. Ryan Essay, Folk Songs, (Illustrated) Hattie Frieda Mehl Essay, Wausau Pioneer Spirit, Franklin H. Morman Essay, Religious Art During the Renaissance (Illus’d) Laura M. Gritzmaciier Tambourine Drill, - Sixteen High School Girls Declamation, The Absent Guest, Rose M. Sullivan Valedictory, The Entrance of the United States Into World Politics, Elsie M. Smithies Presentation of Diplomas, President G. D. Jones WEDNESDAY EVENING JUNE 7 T rl, 1905 Music. Wausau High School March, - Jacob Reuter High School Orchestra Invocation, -------- Rev. B. B. Gibbs Salutatory, Explosives, ....... George C. McNadghton Essay, The Fairies in “A Mid-summer Night’s Dream,” laOUlse H. Neuman Oration. Value of a Commercial Education, - - - Joseph P. Duskey Exercise with Wands, (Sixteen High School Girls Music, Viola Waltzes, ------- High School Orchestra Class Play, What’s Next ? - - - - Cast of Characters Polly Poke )__ M „ .. Moses Madder.... Paul C. Zielsdorf Mary Ann FogaHy C Mary A ’ Mc;Neu phineas Poke.... Will H. Boles, Jr. Rose Madder Margaret A. Young Zeph Somers.. .Stanislaus L. Burek Gertie Gush Elizabeth Bronson Timothy Trenwith.. Edgar P. Viele Mrs. Wallace Ednia R. Shatto Willie Ni11y.... Henry M. D. Boehm Dr. C. Chintzer (Chub).. A. R. Craven Michael McGilp.Alfred G. Glassow Music between the three acts by High School Orchestra. Folk Songs Double Octette Orchestra GERMAN FIRST TENOR J BT VIOLIN Marie Brehmer Roy Boyles , . , . * Selma Paff X Brands Arthur Lamotte, Leader Paul Koepke Stanislaus L. Burek Walter Lemke Newton Martin * ND violin Irish Ben Stone .James Ryan Gwendoline Curran second tenor Walter Beck * Rose Sullivan Abel R. Bugbee Abel R. Bugbee Harry Christiansen cornet Philip Dean Walter J. Kiefer Merritt Jones scotch Frank Osen Lena Nickerson first bass trombone Roy Johnson Alden Remfrey * George McNaughton s>"* pianist polish Robert Sipes n u , Stanislaus L. Burek ®°y D°y* es Frank O’Koneski second bass Wallace Shymanski Waiter Beck Walter Winetski Robert Hunger NORWEGIAN ?, aul „ . Ernest Tilgner Clarice Olsen Mabel Weik accompanist Koy Johnson Beulah Mumm Orne Peterson Exercises with Wands Dumb-Bell Chorus Tambourine Drill Florence Thomas Blanche Lampert Leora Vosburg Ethel Thomas Katherine Bissel Blanch Duntield Marie Brands Madge Young Leta Covey Lydia Stork Gertrude Wawrzyniak Orpha Jones Ida James Eleanor Benson Margaret Bissell Artia Smith Margaret Murray Beulah Mumm Edith Weeks Margaret Ohls Helen Single Erna Manecka Sadie Rosenberry Gertrude Corwitb Phoebe Jones Clarice Olsen Jeannette Wilson Mattie Petersen Mabel Weik Helen Winton Florence Dietl Lena Kamrath Clara Weik Florence Kollock Katherine Manson Hedwig Forster Jane VanAdestine Alice Ashmun Elizabeth Plantz Hazel Marsh . Alice Hudson Lena Young Sarah Ostring Olga Tietz Della Kurth Viola Tilgner Clara Momburg Vivian Thom MUST ANSWER ALL QUESTIONS. In a few days the county clerk will receive blanks from the secretary of state for use in taking the census, which work will begin on June 20th and must be completed by Aug. 15th. The county clerk appoints the clerks of the various towns, villages and city to do the work, unless they refuse, in which case he appoints someone else. City Clerk Cbas. Beck of course cannot get out and do the work, but will in turn appoint assistants, perhaps one for every ward of the city. For the city census required by the state, each canvasser must secure the name of every person in his district living on June 1. In addition to this, he must till out the blanks for each one, giving the relationship to head of fam ily, color or race, sex, age, whether single, married, widowed or divorced, nativity, nationality of parents, occu pation and number of months employed per year, whether home is owned or rented, and if mortgaged. In addition to this be must make up an enrollment of all persons eligible for militia service and of all ex-soldiers. Statistics of farms, truck gardens, manu factures and mines will be compiled. The question of age of course is a “sticker” for old maids and women in general, but they must answer never theless. Anyone refusing to answer questions will, according to the law, be guilty of a misdemeanor and subject to a tine of $25, so when the census taker comes to your home give him all the in formation he desires. Every ten years the census is taken by the state, coming midway between the ten year census taken by the gov ernment. Very Low Rates to Toronto. Ont.. Via the North- Western Line. Excur sion tickets will be sold on June 18, 19, 21, and 22, with favorable return limits, on account of triennial convention, International Sunday School associa tion. Apply to agents Chicago & North- Western K’y. The sale of “Blue Ribbon” flour ex ceeds that of any other brands at the stores of Max E. Boehm. jl6-tf No. 27—TERMS, $1.50 Per Annum Henry B. Huntington, Law, Real Estate and Fire Insurance. Scott St., Opp. Court House, Wausau, Wis. Over 11,000 Acres of Fine Farming and Hardwood Lands for Sale in Marathon, Lincoln and Taylor Counties, Wis. The lands described below are among the choicest and are located in Marathon County. Fine Residence Property, Business Property, Building Lots, and Acre Property for sale in the city. MONEY TO LOAN ON VEAL ESTATE SECURITY. FOK SALE—set* of nwt* and e l * of swt*, section 3, town 28. ranee 3, and nt* of sw l *, section 8, town 28 range 8, anil w}* of bw' /4 . section 1, town 29, range 7, and net* of se 1 * and of set*, section 81. town 29, range 10, and net*, section 6, town SO, ranee,?, and e}* of set*, section 26, town 30, range 7, and at* of net*, section 85, town'SO, range 7, and of nwt*, section 86, town 80, range 7, and set* of set*, section 4, town 80, range 8, and nt* of swt* and wt* of set*, section 10, town 30, range 8, aud set* of swt* and swt* of set*, section 12. town 80. range 8, and net* of nwt* section 13, town 30, range 8. and nt£ of net*, section 15. town 80, range 8, and s'* of nwt*. section 23, town 80, range 8. and n}* of nw>*, section 24, town 80, range 8. and et* of net*, section 16, town 80, range 9, and set*, section 18, town 80. range 9. and wt* of set*, section 19, town 80, range 9, and et* of swt*. section 20, (own 80, range 9, and si* of ne' 4 andse 1 4 . section 21, town 80. range 9, and ne 1 * of nwt* and wi* of iw** and ej* of swt*, section 22, town 30, range 9, m nd set*, section 27, town 30, range 9, and nwt* of ne 1 * ami nwt*, section 28, town 80, range 9, and ej* of net* and se 1 *, section 33, town 30, range 9, and swta, section 10, town 30, range 10. • < j K - -m >-r y-r. -r^t I *} 4 mmm srm*r J I -> , 1 a ? ’ i I $ '• j *u>cj : / | • j / i • |• ! l* i s3 j I t srmrrr * , I — B ——B —r-y —s — *r—i —E — | I I / • JUs, * ,3 4 , j(* i * • ! .1.1 J.. ■I J j ii. 1. LLLD \ * t nrntna* srHtrrr t j i | t> j i- u I~ U —r— n ——u ——b— i i v\ I, J I ! \h " " m • r r j • i "i ‘ : .1.1 itH <r li >1 M h, l—r —i • i “ i 1 n ‘■jj i■ i “ 1 n I s s? n ’5. $ | *"*' /mcn//v*£ 7TO \ ■/ \ * m „ , C ,? " Qn I I r- C? For prices anti terms, or any information relating to the above described lots and lands, apply at my office, Henry B. Huntington. * > OUR LINE OF TANS IS COMPLETE j* * /\ Tan l/ici f ikTf "" Colored Russia Calf \> an< J Champagne Leather \\ \ Largest selection ever shown in \ \ V this city. Come and let us show | tv you the latest novelties in this sea -1 \ son’s footwear. \j MAYER, X. Largest Exclusive Shoe House in the Northwest. For the Languor of T"'\ y Uoryor’c Early Spring take 1 ■ IldgCl O Syrup Sarsaparilla Compound. It braces you up. It’s good for the peevish, weakly child ; good for the tired, overworked mother ; good for old people in whom the flame of life burns but feebly. Another good Spring Tonic is Beef, Iron and Wine. W. W. ALBERS, DRUGGIST. 301 Third Street, East Side. 312 First Avenue, West Side. Greatest Sale of the year now in progress W. A. BAEKWAIO Scott Street Grocer, STORE IN PILOT BLOCK. 7ou Will Always Find our Stock Fresh. 'PUOWr 1.4.0 Goods delivered to any miMC-, part of the city, free Positive sacrifice on Wall Paper, Books, Pictures, and Novelties of all kinds. Wall Paper 2c per double roll and up. SALE LASTS 10 DAYS •M' jfi G. W. WILSON 508 Third Street.