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COLIC, CHOLERA AND Diarrhoea Remedy Every man of a family shoul-i keep this remedy in hi* home. Buy h now. It may save life. Prick, 25c. Largk Size, 50c. BAIIK, Organized under the General Banking Law of the State of Wisconsin. Will receive deposits, discount notes, buy and sell drafts, make collections, and do all other business connected with General Hanking. Alkx Stewart, Pres’t. E. C. Zimmerman, C. W. Haroer, Vice-Pres't. Casbiei Directors—Alex Stewart, W. Alexander, C. W. Harger, £. C. Zimmerman, A. Solliday. HAS SAFETY DEPOSIT VAULT. BOXES FOR RENT AT 82 PER YEAR. WELCOME TO Summer Footwear. Case upon case of new Spring Shoes are arriving daily. Handsome style revelations are in store for men’s, women’s and chil dren’s shoes at reasonable prices. You know you are welcome and we urge you to look over the spring styles in advance to buying. MUELLER Si QUANDT Shoe House. 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 you spend all, somebody else deposits your money. It is bet ter to do your own banking. 3 per cent, on sav ing accounts or on certificates of deposit. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS. D. L. Plumer, President: R. E. Parcher, John Mingle, Vice-Presidents; A. H. Grout, Cashier; H. E. Smith, Ass’t Cashier; C. 8. Curtis, Jacob Gensman. C. F. Dunbar, G. D. Jones. T ndigestion Cured. There is no case of Indigestion, Dyspep sia or Stomach Trouble that will not yield to the digestive and strengthening influence of Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. This remedy takes the strain ofl' the stomach by digesting what you eat and allowing it to rest until it grows strong again. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure affords quick and permanent relief from In digestion and all stomach troubles, builds up the system and so purities that disease can not attack and gain a foothold as when in a weakeneu con dition. Sold by W. VV. Albers. SAVES “GRUB” The housewife's beet friend is her Bow- ' en refrigerator. Yon cannot do yourself a kinder deed than to select one at once ■ from onr reliable assortment, and yon will find that the money invested is a gain, when yon consider the fact that many dollars' worth of foods are wasted ' during warm weather becanse the cook has no cool place to keep them. The < Bowen is economical in saving ice. and gnaran’eed by its high reputation to keep v all food fresh and sweet. Sold only by R. BAUMAN, 210-212 Third St. < Prices from $8.50 up to $22 / INTERESTING. *)B r INSTRUCTIVE. “Correct English- How to use it.” A MONTHLY MAGAZINE OEVOTEO TO THE USE OF ENGLISH. JOSEPHINE TI'RCK BAKER, Editor. Partial Contents for this Month. Course in English for the Beginner. Course in English for the Advanced Pupil. How to Increase One's Vocabulary. The Art of Conversation. Should nd Would: Ilcw to Vse Them. Pronunciations <v <. murr Dictionary.) Correct English in the Home. Correct English In the School. What to Say and What Not to Say Course In Letter-Writing and Pum.uation. Alphabetic list of Abbreviations. Business English for the Business Man. Compound Words: How to Write Them. Studies in English Literature. SI.OO a Year. Send 10c for Sample Copy. CORRECT ENGLISH, Evanston. 111. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. o o Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets. The board of review has been in ses sion since early last week. Albert Empey has opened a barber shop in the Trudeau building on Wash ington street. When in Wausau step in to the Mag net and get a line free lunch. Farmer’s trade solicited. tf. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, August Ist. Hon. Alexander Stewart has pur chased and received a Pope touring car. It is a very handsome machine The Women’s Christian Temperance Union will hold a picnic at the fair grounds on Friday afternoon next. Mrs. M. McCullough delightfully en tertained a number of her lady friends at an afternoon tea on Friday, at her home in Schofield. Rev. Biown, who was at one time pastor of the west side Presbyterian church at Merrill, died at his home in Lake Geneva last week. Mrs John Lerura and Miss Ruth Liljeqvest, of Wausau, are guests of Mrs. M. Berres, in the town of Rib Falls, this week.—Edgar Press. The dance given by Cos. G at the armory Friday evening was well at tended and it is perhaps the last dance that the boys will give, as an organiza tion. Prof. Tobey’s family will leave lor Wausau in a short time. Mr. Tobey will remain in this city until summer school closes in August.— Chippewa Falls Times. The Lake view hotel ami property near Merrill has been bought by Dr. P. E. Kabel who will put a good deal of money into the place and make it a summer resort. The crew that has for several weeks been at work repairing the old Leahy & Beebe bridge, has completed the job, and on Thursday the bridge was thrown open to public travel. The agent of a street carnival com pany was in the city the forepart of last week trying to interest our people in allowing his company to come here. Needless to say, he met with failure. A train ox ten coaches, carrying com panies of the Second Regt. W. N. G., passed through Wausau Friday after noon. They were on their way home after six days spent at Camp Douglas. The ladies of St. Elizabeth's Aid society are making arrangement to hold an ice cream sociable and apron sale at the Catholic school grounds, on Grand avenue next Thursday after noon. The Columbia band gave another of its popular concerts on the county square Friday evening, marching to the armory afterward where the orchestra furnished music for the dame given by Cos. G. Northern Wisconsin’s wild animals appear to be increasing in variety, as witness the following from the Rhine lander Herald: “Oscar Jacobson, liv ing on the outskirts of the city, captured a monkey Sunday morning.” Ben Fehl received quite a painful injury one day last week while he was at work on the Sexinith residence; a piece of tin fell and struck him on the back of the hand cutting it so badly that it required live stitches to close up the wound. Theo. Ludermann committed suicide by shooting himself in the head in An tigo last Wednesday. He lived in the town of Rolling, Langlade county, and was treasurer of his town. His ac counts were short and he became des pondent. In order to close out the stock we will sell all Wellsbach and Block gas lights at one-third the former price. These lights have no superior on the market and the reason we cut prices on them is that we do not desire to carry this class of goods in the future—A. B. Wheeler & Son. tf. Earl Chapman left for Wausau this evening, where he will play a field position with the Wausau baseball team in a game against Oshkosh to morrow. There is a possibility of his signing with Wausau for the season.— Stevens Point Journal. Through the agency of Kretlow ■& Lamont the old Carl Kickbusch farm in the town of Stettin was sold on Fri day to H. and Y. Timm, of Forest county, the consideration being $7,000. The farm consists of 120 acres, most cf which is under cultivation and has good buildings. Eugene MoAleavey, formerly of Stevens Point, has been appointed manager of the Wisconsin telephone exchanges for Wausau, Merrill, Toma hawk and Rhinelander, and will have his headquarters in Merrill. In most of the above Darned cities the Wisconsin Cos. lias only long distance toll lines. Minnie Anderson, aged twenty-nine years, died Wednesday evening at the county insane asylum of consumption. She was a Lincoln county charge and her remains were taken to Merrill for interment. Besides being insane Miss Anderson was otherwise a subject of pity, for she had been deaf, dumb and blind since early childhood. Jacob Wanta, of the town of Pike Lake, was arrested Thursday, charged with embezzlement. Jake is serving as treasurer of the school board and it is alleged has appropriated $195 80 of the school funds to his own personal use. He had a hearing Friday and was bound over for trial in municipal court Aug. 17th. He furnished a bail bond of S3OO for his appearance. Mrs. Augusta Preuss, on Friday, com menced action in circuit court to ob tain a divorce from her husband, Paul Preuss The latter owns a store and other property, which she says is worth SB,OOO, and his yearly profits from same is $2,000. Anticipating her action, it is alleged that Preuss recently made a trausfer of some of his property that she might not. lay claim to it. As cause for her action she alleges cruel and in human treatment. Frank Smith, John Williams and Jas Wallace were arrested on the streets Thursday. They carried umbrella re pairing kits, but instead of mending umbrellas, were begging from house to house. The former ou Friday plead guilty to the charge of vagrancy and was sentenced to ten days in the county jail. Williams and Wallace were brought up Saturday morning and were each given thirty day sentences. R. Lyon. Dentist, will make Cold Almaaia.™™ or Rubber Plates. ..Healthful, Pleasurable.. Cycling for sport and rec^ __ with the old time the modern, high grade safety is a revelation far in advance of their 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. ATTORNEYS. REGNER & RINGLE. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Loans and Collec tions a specialty. Office, 305 Third street. NEAL BROWN. L. A, PRADT. FRED GENRICH. BROWN, PRADT & GENRICH. A TTORNEYB AT LAW. Practice in all coarts. Offices over First National Bank. H. B. HUNTINGTON. A TTORNEY AT LAW, Office on Scott street, opposite the Court House. R. A. EDGAR. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW. Practice in all the conrts. Collections. Office in Lawrence block, 517 Third Bt., Wansan. Kreutzer, Bird & Rosenberry. A TTOUNEYB AT LAW, Wausau, Wis., corner of Scott and Third streets McCross ,n block. Money to loan in large or small amounts. Collection a specialty. E. L. & F. E. BUMP. A TTORNEYB AND CODNBELORB AT LAW. Money to loan. Offices over Marathon Cos. Bank. Telephone No. 178. FRED GENRICH. A TTORNEY AT LAW. Office in First National Bank Building, Wansan. Wis. PHYSICIANS. DR. F. C. NICHOLS. pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Livingston 1 block. Office hours, 9a. m. to 12, 2p. m. to 5. Evenings, 7p. m. to 8. DR. G. R. BUGBEF. Office at residence, 526 Jackson Street. Office hours, 2 to 6 p. m. DR. A. L. BROWN. pHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office one door south of the First National Bank. Special attention given to diseases of women and children. Telephone connection. DR. HARRIET A. WHITEHEAD, OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Graduate under Founder of Science. Diseases of Women and Children a Specialty. Honrs : 9:30 a. m. to 12 m.; 2tosp. m. Spencer Building, 606 Third St. MRS. CLARA BOETTCHER, OBSTETRIX. Night calls attended to. 201 Scott Street, Braatz block. Telephone No. 557. Wausau, Wis. B. H CONLIN, BENT PT , - ■ Teeth iuserted „ without plates. All kinds of i Crown and . . ..3m Bridge work yjfc /jr m. : J ,lo,u '- 11 opera block A Smooth Article. When you find it necessary to use salve use DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. It is the. purest, and best for Sores, Burns, Boils, Eczema, Blind, Bleeding, Itching or Protruding Piles. Get the genuine DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by W. W. Albers. -A. Jealous ZMletn. Said 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 SLiot His Wife the man would not have been more surprised than lie was at the prices for which I am offering furniture at present, and he will come again. The fellow who was caught stealing horses -A.n_d Was JLi-ynohedi did not feel any worse than 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, S*. W. A. BAERWAUJ Scott Street Grocer, store: in pilot block. You Will Always Find our Stock Fresh. ’PHONE, 142 | Dar ?° o ? d the d cti/.Tree 0 STRANKSKT QKfINITE WARE Ihe kind recommended by We have and have had the both the cooking schools exclusive handling of this now in operation in the city. ware in the city* WE HAVE A FULL LINE Lvery piece warranted for five years not to chip. If you have not used this, you have not used the best. MONTGOMERY HARDWARE COMPANY MB —i P. O. MEANS, “ICE KING” 114 McClellan Street, will furnish Private Families with Ice for the season of 1905 as follows : Residences, 15c per 1(K) lbs. if left out side, or 171 c if put in refrigerator. Saloons, Stores, Hotels and Restaurants 10c per 100 lbs. Markets, SI.OO per ton, and 25c extra per ton for filling refrigerators. Left at Residence or Sent by Mail will have Prompt Attention. Send in your orders early MORGAN BROS. Elegant Rigs famished on short notice, boarding by the day or week. Prices the very owest. McClellan St. ’Phone 66. The pills that act as a tonic, and not as a drastic purge, are DeWitt’s Little Early Risers. They cure Headache, Constipation, Billiousness, etc. Early Risers are small, easy to take and easy to act—a safe pill. Mack Hamilton, hotel cler.k at Valley City, N. D., says: “Two bottles of these Famous Little Pills cured me of chronic constipation.” Good for either children or adults. Sold by W. W. Albers. 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 PERSONAL MENTION. —H. G. Flieth spent Wednesday in Milwaukee. —Miss Louise Seacord went to Arbor Vitae, Saturday. —Miss Harriet Whitehead went to Merrill, Saturday. —Dave Burnett, of Mosinee, was in the city Thursday. —P. O. Means went to his cottage cn Plum lake, Saturday. —N. Heineiuann .vent to Chicago, Saturday, on business. • —Robert Freeman, of Haider, was a Wausau visitor Thursday. —Chas. E. Turner and son went to Chicago Tuesday evening. —Mrs. C S. Gilbert and daughter visited in Merrill Saturday. —M. Stapleton, mayor of Rhinelan der, spent Saturday in Wausau. —Mrs. Anson Young, visited with her mother in Edgar last week. —Hon. W. F. Lal)u, of Mosinee, was in the city Thursday on business. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Quaw departed Saturday on a visit to Watertown. —Mrs. Findley McDonald returned from a visit to Oshkosh on Thursday. —Fred Swope weDt to Eau Claire Thursday to visit his brother, Walter. —Mrs. Jacob Pall and daughter re turned home Thursday from their visit in Chicago. —Mrs. Geo. Kollock, of Merrill, visit ed with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alexander the past week. —VV. H. Nablo went to Plum lake Saturday to spend Sunday at the McCrossen cottage. —Robert Kickbusch went up to his cottage at Minocqua, Saturday, to spend Sunday with his family. —Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Winton and children departed, Saturday, for Plum lake for a weeks’ outing. —C. E. Dodge was in Milwaukee the past week in attendance at a met ing of Wisconsin grain dealers. —Ed. Gamble, who had been to Camp Douglas with the Second regiment band, returned home Saturday. —G. 1). Jones was in Milwaukee last week, in attendance at a meeting of the Northwestern Life Insurance Cos. —Mrs. W. L. Edmonds and children who have been at Clear lake, near Tomahawk returned home Wednesday. —James G. Goodwille, of Oak Park, 111., spent a few days in Wausau last week, looking after his business inter ests. —Mrs. W. M. Trude and children are visiting in Michigan. They will be absent during the balance of the sum mer. —Messrs, and Mesdames B. A. Ben son and J. H. Yost returned home from an outing at Plum lake on Thursday evening. —Mrs. A. W. Puchner and sons, of Edgar, were guests of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Panabaker the past week. —Mrs. Ray Hanover, of Sioux City, lowa, arrived in the city last Wednes day, on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gilham. —Paul Beilke, of Watertown, visited his brother, Ed., in this city last week. They went up to Minocqua, Saturday, returning Sunday evening. —Miss Belle Heinemann came over from the Heinemann cottage on the Eau Claire river, in Langlade county, Wednesday and spent the day in the city. —Harry Armstrong, of Top, Bar, S. D., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Armstrong last week. He is en gaged at present in conducting a sheep ranch. —Mr3. A. L. Kreutzer came down from Plum lake ou Thursday evening and on Saturday morning, with Mr. Kreutzer, returned to their cottage on Plum. —Mrs. H. G. Flieth and daughter, Miss Mabel, and Mrs. H. L. Rosenberry and daughters, the Misses Amy and Sadie went up to Plum lake, Thursday, for a short outing. —Chief of Police Mike Griffin, of Marshfield, spent a few hours in the city Wednesday night, enroute home from Rhinelander with two men who are charged with horse stealing. —H. H. Hadley, of Chicago, arrived in Wausau Saturday to join Mrs. Had ley, who has been in the city for the past two weeks visiting her parents. Judge and Mrs. W. C. Silverthorn. —Mrs. C. B. Bird came down from Plum lake on Thursday evening to meet her sister, Mrs. Chas. Bruun, of Kansas City. They both left for the Bird cottage ou Plum lane, Saturday morning. —Mrs. N. T. Kelly returned to the city last Friday from Morris, 111., where she had been visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Win. G. Norton. She will go to Plum lake the latter part of this week. —John Mohr and wife, of LaCrosse, arrived here last week for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Werle. Mr. Mohr departed later for other points in the interests of the company he represents, while Mrs. Mohr will remain for a longer visit. —Mr. and Mrs. Neil Campbell, Rev. Carmichael, Mrs. Johnson and son, Argyle, Emmer, Will and Blanche Lampert, who have been enjoying an outing at Big Tomahawk lake, broke camp on Friday and all came to their homes in Wausau the same evening, excepting Mrs. Campbell, who stopped for a visit in Hazelhurst. John Durkee, who has been fore man of the large saw mill of the Ross Lumber company at Arbor Vitae, has resigned the position and will take a similar position in tLe Brooks & Ross Lumber Co.’s saw mill at Schofield. Mr. Durkee was brought up at Scho field and when a boy commenced work for the Brooks & Ross Lumber Cos. He left Schofield seventeen years ago and went out West. The climate did not agree with him so he returned and went to Arbor Vitae. Asa saw mill man he cannot be excelled. Asa citi zen and a neighbor—well, Wausau wants all such as near as possible and Schofield will be a part of W'ausau be fore long. Mr. Durkee came down from Arbor Vitae last Wednesday and yesterday assumed his duties at Scho field, where he and his children will re side as soon as he can arrange for a home. —Mrs. Chas. Single, of Merrill, came to Wausau, Friday, on a brief visit. —Miss Louise Heath, of Appleton, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Pardoe. —E. A. Gooding returned from a business trip to Chicago Friday morn ing. —Geo. W. Clark was in Antigo, Wednesday, bidding on some cement work. —H. G. McCrossen went to Plum lake Friday morning to join his family and remain a short time at his cottage. —Mrs. J. B. Vaughn and daughter, Miss Bessie, and son, Carmie, returned from their visit to Wykoff, Minn., on Thursday. —Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Van Buskirk, who had been visiting in the city for some time, guests of the former’s broth er, E. O. Crocker, and family, have de parted for their home in Lodi, Cal. —F. E. Bump, John Andrews, Will Scholtield, Don Murray, Jay McCros sen and Harry Jackson went over to Birnamwood, Saturday, and from there continued their journey to Plover river, where they fished for trout. They re turned Monday having had very good success and a good time. - —Mesdames P. A. Kelly, Frank Menierand W. L. James went down to (xrantl Rapids Saturday morning where on Sunday afternoon they at tended the funeral of Mrs. Earl Weaver, who died at her home in Big Lake, Wash., early in the week. Mrs. Weaver was quite well known here, having visited in this city frequently. The Sharpshooters’ society has been issued a town and state license to sell liquors on its park groumis west of the city, in the town of Stettin. It is quite likely that at the next business meeting arrangements will be made for the annual picnic of the society which is usually held in August. One of the largest transfers of timber and milling property which has ever taken place in Northern Wisconsin has just been closed at Washburn, Wis. By it the Edward Hines Lumber com pany comes into possession of the hold ings of the White River Lumber com pany at Mason, including the mill property and between three and four hundred million feet of standing pine. The exact consideration can not be learned, but it is known to be close to $3,000,000. About 125,000,000 feet of the pine goes to Washburn to be sawed in Hines’ mill there and the balance will be sawed at the new mill at Mason. MAKES WORK EASIER Wausau People Are Pleased to Learn How it is Done. Its pretty hard to attend to duties. With a constantly aching back; With annoying urinary disordei's. Doan’s KidDey Pills make work easier. They cure backache. They cure every kidney ill. Oscar Timm, molder at the Murray Foundry, living at G3O Adams St., Wau sau, Wis., says: “The first time I tried Doan’s Kidney Pills 1 was off from work on account of my back. It was weak and pained dreadfully. Noth ing had done it any good and 1 was simply unfit for work. It was on the recommendation of a friend that I got Doan’s Kidney Pills at Albers’ drug store and in a few days after I be gan using them the trouble was gone and I was back to work in the foundry. I have had no backache nor kidney trouble since.” 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. ST. VITUS DANCE. Have you a child afflicted with St. Vitus Dance ? Clark’s Nerve Tonic cures every case. That is the record in Marathon county, Wis., for 48 years. Is equally effective in relieving nervous prostration, extreme nervousness and other forms of nerve derangement. Will promptly relieve, and, if used a suflicient length of time, effect a per manent cure of bed-wetting. Is also an excellent general restorative in all cases where the system is in a run-down condition. Sold in Wansan at the Frost-Pbilbrick drug store, 506 Third street, and at Chas. Helke’s furriture store, 311-313 Fourth street, in 8 ounce bottles, at $1.50 per bottle; 3 bottles securely Sacked in light wooden box, $4 <K), 6 ottles SB.OO. Recent cases of St. Vitus Dance are usually cured by 3to 5 bottles. Chil dren under ten years of age are much more promptly cured of bed-wetting than after they pass twelve years. Those living outside of Wausau can secure a prompt shipment by express to a desired locality, of a package of three or more bottles of the Nerve Tonic by sending to E. G. Clark, Wausau, Wis., a postal money order of the prop er amount. Any information about the Nerve Tonic or matters connected therewith promptly furnished. S. C. 0. HANSEN 816 Third Street. Maker of Men’s Clothes \ in the latest styles : and newest weaves > of cloth, and guar ; anteed satisfactory. • Also clothes cleaned : and pressed in an ’ acceptible manner. CALL AND BE ; CONVINCED. PRICES REASONABLE. s. c. o. mm SltVThird Street. n R. TURBIN Of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Snrgeot who has visited our city for the past TEN YEARS, will again be In Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Aug. 1 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M., AND EVERY FOURTH TUESDAY THEREAFTER. Merrill, Monday, July 31, at Badger Hote |H)f Imm DOCTOR TURBIN, 103 Randolph St., Chicago, HI. YOUNG MFM 11 you art! troubled with I tJ I,U ll Ll> nervous debility, stupid ness, or are otherwise unfitted for 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 MANKIND There are thousands of yon lV|/AIvI\HSIL/ troubled with weak, aching backs and kidneys and other unmistakable sitrns of nervous debility. Many die of this diffi culty, ignorant of thecause. The most obstinate case's of this character treated with unfailing success. A I I pjicp ACFC of delicate naturp—in- ML.L. 1/iJLrtJLJ flammations and kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain or incon venience. CATARRH wl, >eh poisons the breath, vri|,ll\l\ll stomach and lungs and paves the \ 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 and bowels treated far in 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. WfilTP y° ur troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspondent nUllEl n d medicine sent as directed. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Addre all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send 2-cent stamp for list of questions and pamphle JlWmoiizilS .. jßf HOME r ©BaINDVSTRYM, Order a case jpT Geo. Ruder Brewing Company's Finest Brewery in p— y All Orders Promptl Northern Wisconsin. C L, Attended ti TELEPHONE NO. 3 LEGAL NOTICES. MARATHON COUNTY > Town of Knowlton. JBB - Justice donrt. L. Breitenetein, Jiq„ J. P. Matilda Hibbard, Flaiotti?, ) against V George P. Hibbard, Defendant. ) To George P. Hibbard: Yon are hereby notified that a warrant of attachment has been issned against yon and your property attached to satisfy the demand of Matilda Hibbard, amounting to twenty-fonr ($24.(K)) dollars. Now unless you shall appear before Li. Breitenstsin, Ktq., a Justice of the Peace in and for said county, at his ndice in said town, on the 14th day of August, A. D, 1905, at two o’clock in the afternoon, judgment will be rendered auainst yon and your property sold to pay the debt. Dated this 20th day of July, A. D. 1905. Math da Hibbard, Plaintiff. C. L. Warrbn, Plaintiff’s Attorney. First publication July 4, last Jnly 25. Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time np to and inclnding the first Tuesday of Januarj, 1906, is hereby allowed to creditors of Peter O. Jarness, deceased, to present their claims for examina tion and allowance. Also that all claims so pre sented will be examined and adjusted at a regu lar term of said county court to be held at the courthouse in the city of Wausau, on the first Tuesday of January, 19U6, aDd on the first Tues day of February. 1906. Dated June 27th, 1905. By the court, Henry Miller, Regneb A Ringle, County Jndge. Attorneys. First Publication July 11, last 25. Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon Connty.— In Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the special term of the connty court to beheld in and for said county at the court house in the city of Wansau, in said county, on the First Tuesday, (beiDg the First day) of Augußt A. D. 1905, at ten o’clock a. m.. the following matter v/ill be heard and considered: The application of Stephen Hnrzynski to ad mit to probate the last will and tistament of Anna Hnrzynski, late of the Town of Weston in said connty, deceased, anil for letters testament ary thereon to be issned to Stephan HuiZynnki ef Town of Weston, Marathon Connty, Wiscon sin. Dated Jnly 8, 1905 By Ord >r of the Conrt, Leon C. Milder. Register in Probate. Krexjtzer, B'bd <t Rosenbebuy and J. J. Okonkxki, Attorneys for Petitioner. First publication Jnly 18. last Ang. 1. Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin, Connty Conrt for Marathon Connty:—ln Probate. Notice is hereby givec that at the special term of county conrt to bt held in ami for said connty, at the conrt house in the city of Wan ssn, in said connty on the second 1 neoday (bt*- inir *he Hth day) f Angnst, 1905, at 10 o’clock a. m.. the following matter will be heard anil considered: Toe petitio*’ of Nick Gorges, administrator lie bonis non of the estate of John Wolkowski, deceased, for the sale of real estate of said J ohn Wolkowski, deceased, late of the towD of Norrie, in said connty, for the purpose of paying debts of said John Wolkowski, deceased. Dated Jniy 11, 1905. By order of the conrt, Henry Mi.,i.ek, Connty Jndge. KBEUTZEB, BiBD it liOHKNBERKY, Attorneys for Petitions- - First publication Jnly 18, last Ang. 8. Probate Notice- State of Wisconsin, Connty Court for Marathon < onnty.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the regular term of the connty conrt to be held iu and for said county, Bt the court house in theeityof Wan sau, in said county, on the first Tuesday, (being i tie :,t)i day) of September, A. D. 19UO, at In o’clock a. m., the following matter will be heard and considered: The aop'ication of Albertina HaDsr n to admit to probate the labt will arid testament of Gustaf Paolson, late of the city of Wausau, in said county, deceased, and for letters testamentary thereou to be issned to Albertina Hansen, of Wansan. Wisconsin. Dated July 12th, 1905. By order of the conrt, LiEon C. Mi 1,7,hi. Register in Probate. Brown, Pridt A Genrich and Orlap Anderson, Attorneys for Petitioner. Three Good and Just Reasons. There are three r easons why mothers prefer One Minute Cough Cure: First, It is absoiutely harmless; Second, It tastes good—children love it; Third, It cures Coughs, Croup and Whooping Cough when other remedies fail. Sold by W. W. Albers. I Cure Nervous Debility, Bloo< Poison, Rheumatism, Enlarge* Veins, Fistula, Piles and Othe 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 I want every maai aflhcted with Vari cocele, Blood Poison, Nervo-Vital Dc bility, or alliod troubles to come to m office, where I will explain to him m method of curing these diseases. lin vite in particular all men who have be come dissatisfied with treatment else where. I will explain to you why yoi have not been cured, and will demor strate to yjur entire satisfaction why can cure you safely, quickly, and pel manentiy. MY COUNSEL WILI COST YOU NOTHING, BUT M' CHARGES FOR A PERFECT CUR! WILL BE REASONABLE AND NO' MORE THAN YOU WILL BE WILL IXG TO PAY FOR THE BENEFIT: CONFERRED. I WILL Do BY YOU AS I WOULD WANT YOU TO I)< BY ME IF OUR CASES WEB) REYERSED. I Headache, Painful M- -struatioij Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and fe,| as if it were impossible for you to endure yoil troubles and still be obliged to attend to yoil household and social obligations, give til Doctor a call. He will cure you if you trust you \ I self to his care. A great miiny have taken trea . tnent of this Specialist, and hie can refer you t | those who have been cured by him. First publication June 20, last Jnly 25. Summons. State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court, MurattnV County. lonatz Dedobek, Plaintiff, j vs. ! ' ’ Halve* H. Hanson and Nki.s Oi son, f Deft. idants.J The State of Wisconsin, to the said ilefendaD and each of them : You are hereby summoned to appear withi twenty days after service of this summons, ej elusive of the day of service, and defend tl above entitled action iu the court aforesaid; hii iu case of your failure so to do, judgment wi be render,*,! against yon according to the ill niand of the complaint, of which a copy is hen with served upon you. Brown, Pradt A Gknkioh, Plaintiff's Alton ays. P. O. address. Wansan, Marathon Connty, Wi N. B.—The defendants will „*ke notice tin , the summons and complaint iu the above et titled action are on file in the office of the clerk* the above named conrt. First publication Jnly 18, last Ang. 1. Notice of Final Settlement and Asm signment. State of Wisconsin, Connty Court for Maratho County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a special ten of the county conrt to be held in and for sai county, at tin conrt house in the city of V anH! in said connty, on the third Tuesday (boin the 15th day) of Angnst, A. D. 1905, at lOo’Clocl/: a. m., the following matter will be heard am considered The application of Michael Ryan, ad min is trator of the estate of Thomas Ilian, late o the ( it;, of Wansan, in said connty, dec -aseil, f the examination and allowance of his tina account, of his administration, and for th assignment of the residne of the estate of sail Thomas Ityan, deceased, to such other person as are by law entitled to the same. Dated July 12, 1905. By order of the court, Leon C. Miller, Register in Probati First publication Jnly 18. last Ang. 8. Probate Notice- State of Wisconsin, County Conrt for Marathot County.—ld Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the regnlar tern of the connty conrt to be hold in and for sail county, at the court house in the city of Wan san, in said connty, on the first Tuesday (tie ing the sth day) of September, A. I). 19(15, at H o’clock a. m„ the following matter will be bean and considered: The applica’ion of Jacob Fornnng, Jr., foil the appointment of Jacob Hornnng. Jr., of (in village of Marathon, connty of Marathon atn| state of Wisconsin, as administrator of <h . estate of Anna May Under, late of the village o( Marathon, in said county, deceased. Dated Jniy IS, 1905. By order of the conrt, Leon r. Mili eh. Register in Probate Hrown. Pradt A Genrich and Orlaf Anderson, Attorneys for Petitioner. 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. 60 cents. Book Free. The S. R. Feii Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale by W. W. Albers, druggist Weak Hearts Are due to indigestion. Ninety-nine of every one hundred people who have heart trouble can remember v'hen it was simple indiges tion. It is a scientific fact that ail cases cf heart disease, not organic, are not only traceable to, but are the direct result of indi gestion. All food taken into the stomach which fails of perfect digestion ferments and swells the stomach, puffing it up against the heart. This interferes with the action of the heart, and in the course of time that delicate but vital organ becomes diseased. Mr. D. Kauble. of Nevada, 0., says: I had stomach trouble and was in a bad state as I had heart trouble with it ! took Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for about four months and ft cured me. Kodol Digests What You Eat and relieves the stomach of all nervous strain and the heart of all pressure. Bottles only, $ 1.00 Size holding 2‘/4 times the trial size, which sells for 50c, Prepared by E. 0. DeWJTT AGO., CHICAGO Sold by W. W. Albers.