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Cough Remedy IS UNEQUALED FOR Coughs, Colds and Croup. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets. Wanted— Hemlock lath bolts. En quire of Barker & Stewart Lbr. Cos. Dr. Harriet A. Whitehead, O sto pathic physician. Spencer building, tf D. M. Maxson writes from Madison, on the 12th and says, “No snow and dust flying.” Safety razors from 31.00 to 35 00 for Xmas gifts at Philbrick’s pharmacy east and west side. dll-2w Dr. Turbin, the eminent (?erman specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, December 18th. Jacob Slimmer disposed of ten Red Poll cattle at the International Stock show in Chicago for 31,771.50. Profs. Allen and Showers who have business colleges in Stevens Point and Eau Claire, are also starting one in Neillsville. The Electric Theatre, conducted in the Partridge building for several weeks, was closed last week, owing to lack of patronage. P. L. Goerling, who has been seriously ill for several weeks, has so far recov ered that he is now able to sit up and converse with friends. Toilet sets, military brushes, travel ing sets, manicure sets, infant sets, and a variety of useful holiday gifts at Philbrick’s pharmacy. dll-2w The annual sale and supper of the M. E. church was held on Saturday after noon and evening, and was, as usual, a very successful affair in every way. The directors of the National German American bank will meet on the even ing of Jan. Bth, for the election of offic ers and for the transaction of other business. The heaviest snow storm for many years was had up in the Northwest last Friday. In places the snow is 20 feet deep, and all trains from the West are snow bound. No snow fell in this part of Wisconsin. Signs reading, “No more coasting on this hill. By order of the chief of po lice,” were placed on the streets leading up hills within the city limits, Thursday. This was done as a precaution against possible accidents. A civil service examination was con ducted in the post office building Wednesday for applicants for the posi tion of veterinary inspector. Dr. Frank Briggs, of this city, was the only one who appeared for the examination. Owing to delay in getting some of the machinery repaired, the Brooks & Ross mill in Schofield was not put in opera tion until Saturday of last week. It will be operated steadily for the next year, with possibly a short rest in the spring. Ignatz Zapiewski was fatally injured recently while at work cutting timber for the Rietbrock company near Ath ens. The falling limb of a tree struck him and crushed his skull. He arrived here from Poland a few weeks prior to his death, and leaves a wife and two small children in that country. At a dance in the town of Scott, Lin coln county, on Saturday, Dec. 8, John Zimmerman (21 years of age) Struck George Pynn (22 years old) on the head with a bottle, from the effects of which the latter died last Thursday evening. Both young men reside in Merrill. Zim merman has been arrested charged with murder. For Sale—A 40 acre farm, four miles west of the eity, on the main road, next to brick yard. Roomy buildings, of good material. House 28x30. Seven acres cleared and under good cultiva tion, 25 acre pasture, fenced. Will be sold cheap if taken before spring. Call on or address Wm. Wilkens, 2w. R. F. D., No. 1. Mrs. Ottilie Faloski, of the town of Ringle, was arrested Wednesday on complaint of a neighbor, Mrs. Brakseda Dujich. The complainant alleges that the tirst mentioned woman called her names and addressed her in language of a character not found in a book on etiquette. The case will be tried in Justice Larner’s court next Saturday. Air. and Mrs. J. A. Johnson are now occupying their new home on Grand avenue. The building of the same was commenced hist summer and in charge of the carpenter and builder, Chas. Nutter. It is a very pleasaut, commodi ous residence and has all the modern conveniences. The old home has been leased by Mr. McWilliams of the N. W. R R. Yeksa Sunbeam, ♦he world’s cham pion cow of the Heieudale herd of Guernseys at Athens, is liable to lose her championship honors Peach O. K., another cow of the same herd which eutered the advanced registry test four and one-half months ago has during that time produced 146.4 pounds more butter fat than did Yeksa Sunbeam for the same length of time. A committee of the county board met Friday for the purpose of tixing the salary of the sheriff-elect for the coming year. It was decided to let the salary remain as it now is and has been for years—s2,ooo yearly with SI,BOO allow ance for board of prisoners. The com mittee is composed of Supervisors Hedrich, of Holton. Edmonds, of Bro kaw; Hoff of the city; Strebe, of John son ;Schilliug, of Cassell. The horse of D:. W. C. Dickens ran away Wednesday morning. In turning too short at the corner of-Ciintou street and First Ave., the cutter struck the catch basin and the whiffle tree was broken. Mr. Dickens was pulled out of the cutter and Mrs. Dickens was thrown out. Neither sustained any injuries of consequence. The horse then ran over to the east side and was stopped ou Third street. The Y. M. G. A. basket ball team de feated the Go. L team ia Rhinelander Friday night by a score 34-3s. The Wausau line up was as follows: Weik, c; Morisette and Ross, f; Larson and McGormick, g. The latter two are of last year's team and acted as substi tutes for the regular players in those positions, who were unable to get away. Ii was Morisette's tirst appearance in a game, but he done remarkably well, scoring 16 points. Upholstery of all kinds done by John Vogt. tf. L. E. Spencer. M. D., office in the McKinley block, corner of Third am’ AlcGlellan streets. tf The Y. Al. C. A. will keep open house New Year’s day. A line program of athletics is being prepared. Jos. Hollis, C. Kreuger and J. A. Johnson are putting in 5,000,000 of hem lock and hardwood at Parish this win ter. Phillip Hollis, dentist, will make metal and rubber plates and porcelain inlays. Office over the Gontinental clothing store. nov2l-tf A pound social was held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. B. Stoddard, by the ladies of the F. R. A. It was a very pleasant event. T. M. Smith and J. A. Johnson have a camp on Pine river at Slimmer’s mill where they will put in about 1,000,000, of hemlock and hardwood this winter. The local civil service board held a i civil service examination Saturday for the benefit of stenographers desiring state positions. There were two appli cants. The Senior C. E. society of the Pres byterian church has set Friday evening, Dec. 28, as the date for its annual ban quet, which will be served in the church. Andrew Tollerson, of Rosholt, was brought down from Star Lake Wednes day evening and placed in St. Mary’s hospital. He had his right foot crushed by a falling tree. Wanted— Scaler, man with experi ence to scale at Mercer-DeLaittre camp north of Watersmeet, Mich. Address 309 Lumber Exchange Minneapolis, Minn., giving references. 2w. Dr. 1). Sauerhering attended a meet-, of the Shawano County Medical society last Tuesday and read a paper on “ Acute Dilation of the Stomach.” Dr. Eicher, of Bonduel, a former resident of Wausau, is president of the society. A banquet will be served in the Y. M. G. A. buildingon the eveningof Wednes day, Dec. 26, under the auspices of the Senior and Intermediate basket ball leagues. All students attending outside schools and colleges, who are home for the holidays, are invited to attend. The social committee met last night to make final arrangements The Eagle River News, after a com pilation of figures, states that daring the open season for hunting deer there was shipped from Eagle River, Conover, State Line and Three Lakes a total of 528 deer. In further estimates that 1,500 deer w r ere killed in Vilas county. The News favors changing the game laws so as to limit hunters to one deer during the season. A son of L. A. HynAn, the fruit 'dealer, in turning a corner Saturday noon had a spill. He had a load of fruit and in the term of a printer his load got “pied.” The sleigh swung around and struck the iron cap of a man hole in the center of the street with the result that there was a great scattering of apples, oranges, etc. The Rhinelander Herald says: “William Eible has been granted a patent on an appliapee to be used in connection with paper machines which is attracting a good deal of attention among paper-mill men and which is considered to be very valuable. A com pany is now forming in the East to put this device on the market. Mr. Eible’s friends and those acquainted with the subject believe that he will make a large amount of money out of this invention.” Mr. Eible is well known here, where he formerly resided. He was a player on Wausau’s star base ball aggregation in 1892 and years succeeding. It is said that after Jan. Ist there will be a disappearance from the market of cheap cigars and cheaper whiskey. A barrel labeled “pure rye” must be rye whiskey and nothing else. It cannot be squirrel, forty rod, Injun, barb wire or oil of vitrol. Cigar boxes labeled “Havana” must contain Havana cigars, for the cabbage leaf can no longer mas querade as the genuine article. If bottled beer contains preservatives a label on the bottle must so state. The law also hits candy manufacturers. As glucose and sugar can no longer be colored, candy will necessarily be of darker color. Granulated sugar will be of a yellowish tint hereafter for the law says that the (flue vitrol used in bleach iug it must be eliminated hereafter The highly colored maraschino cherry, colored with analine or coal tar dyes, is also doomed. DANGER IN DtLAY. Kidney Diseases Are Too Dangerous for Wausau People to Neglect. The great dauger of kidney trouble is that they get a firm hold before the suf ferer recognizes them. Health is grad ually undermined. Backache, headache nervousness, lameness, soreness, lum bago, urinary troubles, dropsy, diabetes and Bright's disease follow in merciless succession. Don’t neglect your kidneys. Cure the kidneys with the certain and safe remedy, Doan’s Kidney Pills, which has cured people right here in Wausau Nathaniel Garske, cigar maker, of 733 Jefferson St., Wausau, Wis., says: “Some years ago while working at my trade iu Williamsport, l’a., my back got so weak and pained me so that I had to quit work. J had been suffering for quite a while with a heavy dull pain and this peculiar weakness but had p aid lit tle attention to it until sharp shooting j pain begau to strike me in various parts j of the body and with such severity as to I leave me helpless. I doctored and doc -1 tored and tried many different remedies j and while some of them gave me tem porary relief the pains always came l back worse than ever. Hearing Doan’s | Kidney Pills highly spoken of 1 began i using them. They went right to the weak spot and cured me of my trouble : and for three or four years I had uo re ! turn of it. I always recommend Doan’s j Kidney Pills when I hear anybody com- I plaining of the backache and have sent ! many people here in Wausau to Albers' j drug store for this remedy."’ For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents. ! Foster-MilburnGo., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's —and take no other. Excursion Rate for the Holidays. Via the North-Western Line. Excur i sion tickets will be sold at reduced rates !on nine dates: December 29. 21, 22. 23, 24, 2*5, 30, 31, 1906, and January l, 1907, : good returning until ard including Jan j uary 7, 1907, to stations on the North | Western Liue, (including C. >t P. M a (4. R’y.), and to points ou certain other j lines, for full details of which apply to I agents Chicago & North-Western "R'y. R. lyop.. Demist, will make Cold, Aluminum or Rubber Platen. \ v. ~ _ ( days from today is Christmas. \ \ ■\v The Rush has begun and each day will be , V 'V* 1 • x greater. Shop in the morning, \\ v if you can. sSH® HOLIDAY '■'PiWfW ST#CK J is still complete in every de ‘ | P ar^ but w iM soon be Toys, SHOP NOW Dolls, V’Vyx \\, Any ol the following items Toilet \ make very acceptable gilts. Articles China, Bric-a-Brac, Lamps, Fancy Bags, Holiday Fans, Leather Goods, Fancy Baskets, Celluloid Goods, Silver Novelties, Albums, Hand Em broidered Linens, Pillow Tops, Doilies, Gold Frames and Mirrors. Practical Gifts for Everybody. Handkerchiels, Fur Trimmed Slippers, Mufflers, Gloves, Childrens Fur Sets, Fur Rohes, Linens, Neckwear, Suit Cases, Leggins, Shoes, Rubber Footwear, Table Linen, Napkins and other lines COMPLETE and UNBROKEN. Goods purchased now HPI T I ' 210-212 1 he Leader, &■* & HOLIDAY EXCURSION. For the Christmas and New Year holidays, excursion tickets will be sold by the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Re atone and one-third f ire for round tv on Dec. 20, 21. 22, 23, 24, 25, 30 and 31, and Jan. 1, 1937, good for return on Jan. 7, 1907. M. F. Golden, Agt. I I Y&unde & Zlpmeyer C/>. | Christmas Presents ffl No order will be so large that we cannot satisfactorily fill it; no order will be so little that we shall not I“" ] thoroughly appreci- SEND iff “• W fine TOR OUR ■ Holiday Stock Christmas I OF Booklet. I JEWELRY IT is ■ J ' FREE T and Silverware, of ——J Watches, Clocks, Glassware and Novelties, is the big gest ; variety the wideff; qualities the highest; prices the lowest. <]J Will you call at the ffore, or write to us? Bunde & Upmeyer Cos. 69 TO 73 WISCONSIN STREET VIILWAUKEE. WISCONSIN DR. L M. WILLARD DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT OFFICE. MCKINLEY BLOCK WAUSAU, WIS. HOURS i O A. M. TO ia M. 1 130 TO 5 P. M. *TI\IXGBI TUESDAYS IXD SATUR DAYS, 7 TO 8. SUNDAYS i 0 TO lO A. M SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. A Sure Care For St. Vitas Dance. “Clark's Nerve Tonic” has been in use 50 years and it has not failed to rare a case where the directions were faithfully followed. It is equally effective in re lieving nervous prostration and extreme nervousness, etc. For sale by Frost- Phi ibrick Drug Cos. also by G. W Clark. Send all communications and mailorders direct to G. W. Clark. 204 Jackson St Wausau, Wis m22-tf wn . zln nE R Decorating. If you are Paper in want o Hanging, of any Q Hardwood Finishing. CALL OX wn. zinncK, P. O. box, 215: telephone. No. 1540, Estimates siren on short notice. Lisks Seamless Self= Basting Roaster Roasts Meat, Game and Poultry Without loss V of any nutri ”* . J? tious qualities, and makes ■ ■■■ ■_ easily digested Montgomery Hardware Cos, You can always be sure of pleasing a lady I ——— j n nia ki D g her a present of choice perfume. We are exhibiting the finest line of exquisite ■n r odors in beautiful holiday packages ever XTCv jAWiWiO shown in this vicinity. These goods are from the laboratories of the world's most £ famous perfumers. We also have the same TOY perfumes in bulk and can show you just what you are getting wheu you select any of the package goods. Prices vary according to size and style of package, so no matter what you desire to pay for your present, we can gm _ meet your requirements. Wiechmann’s Pharmacy A Drug Store-That’s All 310 Scott St. SELF PRAISE IS HALF SCANDAL. W w SOMETIMES when in a meditative mood we build castles in the air like other fellows. But never have we reached the point which prompted a ridiculous statement to the effect that we sell the ONLY PERFECT GOODS ON EARTH. But Here is a Statement we can Verify:. we have a (irnnormc AT ROCK CHOICE LINE OF UIUuCfICO BOTTOM PRICES WHICH WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SELL YOU. Call and Give us a Trial. TELEPHONE TTT~ 1 J NO 112 SO.ua V V 32L Awi ViTfitid SCOTT STREET o o PERSONAL MENTION. A —Mrs. Fred Genrich is visiting in Grand Rapids. —Walter Curtis returned home from Milwaukee on Friday. —Miss Dorothy Heinemann visited in Appleton over Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. P V. O Van Vecbten spent Sunday in Milwaukee. —Henry E. Smith, spent a few days of the past week iu Chicago. —Miss Belle Heinemann went to Mil waukee and Chicago on Friday. —E. J. Benson, supervisor of the town of Elderon. was a Wausau visitor on Friday. —Fred Genrich, who spent a few days in Madison last week, returned home Saturday eveniug. —W.H. Mylrea was in Milwaukee the latter part ot the week. He arrived home on Saturday. —Neil Campbell was called to Arbor Vitae Sunday to fi'l the pulpit in the presbyterian church. —Mrs. Edward Ringle is visiting, relatives in Milwaukee and Chicago. She will he absent about four weeks. —Miss Lyda 1\ heeler, who had been in Mt. Clemens, Mich , for some time, returned home Wednesday morning. —C. B Bird, who had been attending a meeting of the Wisconsin Consistory in Milwaukee, returned home Saturday —Mrs. Anna M. Colby and daughter, Marie, who were visiting in the south ern part of the state, have returned home. —W. W. Albers returned home Satur day from Milwaukee where he had been attending a meeting of Wisconsin con sistory. —Mitchell Stewart will come home from Northern Minnesota, to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. W. C Stewan, and other relatives. —Dan Fellows went to Antigo Satur day morning, where he spent Sunday with the family of J B Thomkins, who is now a resident of that eity. —Mr. and Mrs. E. 1). Underwood de parted Saturday morning for Union ville. Mo., where they will spend Christ mas with the former’s parents. —Mrs. Walter .Heinemann spent a couple of days in Wausau last week. She was on her way to her hotno in Langlade county, from a visit in Ohio. —Elmer Young and Arthur Textor, who are attending Carroll college. Waukesha, are expected home the latter part of the week, to spend the holidays. —W R Seholfield will arrive home from Prince Albert. Can., on Monday Heeomes to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Seholfield —M ij.J.L Womer arrived in Wau sau Wednesday evening from New York. He will remain here for a short time and will then go south to spend the winter. —Miss Leigh Yawkey will arrive home from Philadelphia to spend the holidays, on Friday next. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Yawkey will meet their daughter in Chicago tomorrow. —Mrs Adolph Salzm&nn and family, of Marshfield, and Otto Schaefer and family, of Minneapolis, will arrivein the city the latter part of the week to spend Christmas at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Beck. —Mayor Duncan returned home Wednesday night from West Baden, Ind. Mrs. Duncan, her mother and sister, Mrs. Aurora Ringle and Geo. Haider, will remain there for a few days longer. —Rev. Peterson, of Green Bay, was in the city most of the past week, soli citing funds for The American Home- Finding association of Wisconsin. He reports having been very successful in securing financial aid. —The Misses Orpha Jones. Katherine Manson and Katherine Bissell, will arrive home from Vassal’ college next Saturday, for their holiday vacation. The fathers of the young ladies, Messers. W. H. Bissell, J. N. Manson and G. D. Jones, will meet them in Chicago. —Judge Jas. O’Neill, of Neillsville, passed through the city Thursday on his ivay to Eagle River, where he is holding court for Judge Silverthorn. One of the ea e es to be tried before him is the one in which a man named Stove is accused of killing Wm. Bierbrauer, a former resident of Wausau. Stove’s attorneys made an effort to have the case tried in Wood countv, before Judge Webb, but Judge Silverthorn saved the county additional expense by getting Judge O’Neill. In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. There is no other medicine manufac tured that has received so much praise and so many expressions of gratitude as Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. It is affective, and prompt relief follows its use. Grateful parents everywhere do not hesitate to testify to its merits for the benefit of others. It is a certain cure for croup and will prevent the at tack if given at the first appearance of the disease. It is especially adapted to children as it is pleasent to take and contains nothing injurious. Mr. E A. Humphreys, a well known resident and clerk in the store of Mr. E Lock, of Alice, Cape Colony, South Africa, siys: 1 have used Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy to ward off croup and colds in my family. 1 found it to be very satis factory and it gives me pleasure to re commend it.” For sale by W. W. Albers. NOTICE, Tb. ii .i ll meeting of- the stock hold i> of the First National bank, of Waman, Wis , will be held in the hall of the First National bank building, on Tuesday evening, Jan. Bth, 1907, at 7 o’clock for the election of directors and such other business as may come before the meeting. All stockholders are requested to be present. Dated Dec. 4th, 1906. f. A H. Grout, Cashier. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. Notice is hereby given, that the tax roll of real estate and personal property in the city of V\ ausau for the year 1906, and the warrants for the collection of taxes, will be in my hands on the 17th day of December, 1906, and that all taxes on said tax roll are due and pay able on the said 17th day of December, 1906, and until the 31st day of January, 1907, at the city treasurer's office in the city hall of said city of Wausau Ali “personal property” taxes not paid on or before the 3lst day t f January, 1907, will be collected by distress. All payments made through the U. S. mail must be accompanied by postage stamps to insure return of receipt by | mail. Office hours 9 to 12 o’clock a. m. from ! I to 4 o’clock p. m. Tuesdays and I Satnrdays from 7 to 9 o'clock p. m. dll-w4 Henry Juers. City Treasurer. FIRTifTsURANCE. Kretlow & Lament wish to announce that they are prepared to write fire insurance in approved stock companies at reasonable rates. They also piace plate glass and boiler insurance and surety bonds. First National Bank building. ’Rhone 1033. ftiCKf Of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Sp:cialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past TEN YEARS, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Tuesday, Dee 18 AND EVERY FOURTH TUESDAY THEREAFTER. Merrill, Monday, Dec. 17th, at Badger HoU 1 * .V-, t; <■ ■ DOCTOR TURBIN, 103 Randolph StMlhicago. HI. Yl'illNfi IMFN 11 you are troubled with IwUltU ITILr* nervous debility, stupid oess Tare otherwise unfitted for busiuess or -tud>. cau-ed from youthful errors or excesses, you should consult this specialist at once. Don't Idauntil oo late. MIDDLE-AGED AND OLD VIAMKIMfY There are thousands of you trlf-Tltl VlltlLf troubled with weak, Behind nicks iini kidneys and other unmistakable signs of nervous debility. Many di" of this diffi culty ignorant of theoause. The niostohstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. A! I ot delicate nature—in rALL. DIjLMJLj flammations and kindred tr ul>les—quickly cured without pain or incon venience. . f' AT \PPH which poisons the breath. Vsr t.Al\\ll stomach and lungs and paves the y for Consumption, also Throat, Liver 'Heart, Kidney, Bladder and all constilu M onal and internal troubles; also Rupture ties, Fistula, Dyspepsia, Diarthoea and all diseases of the stomach and bowels treated far in ad vance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKIN iSS: 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 liniiu and medicine sent as directed. Absolut- secrecy in all professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send 2-ceut stamp fur list of questions and pamphlet. First publication Dec. 4, last Jan. S. Summons. State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court, Marathon County. The Grand Rapids Lumber Cos., Plaintiff, vs. W. F Wilcox, Mrs. W. F. Wilcox his ] wife, Elizabeth Wilcox, sole heir at | law of Thomas C. Wilcox, de ceased, Darios W. Adams, Martinos j Nelson. Duncan McGregor, A. LI. Hutchinson, Goodrich .1. Brow i, Aaron Young Rhode F. Young, his j wife, James Bonnell, E. H. Clark, , Bernhard Lanth, It. B. Whitehouse, D. 8. Bullick, Lafayette Fitch, Daniel L. Bn lock, H. D. Mc'ul iogh, Thomas Pet'y, Thos. Win. liiuton, Benj. Lomh.rd, Henry .1. Abbott, Peter E. Marion, Louis O. • 'ill, Geo. W. Hnogerford, Neelye Hnngerf ird, Owen < ’lark, L. Bi eese, O. W. Bobbins, and the unknown heirs of any of the above named persons who may now be deceased, and the unknown owners of the . following described premises, La wit: The south half of the south west quarter of section twenty seven (27) township twenty-ix (26) north, of range four (4) east; the south-west quarter of the north east quarter and the north-east q Tarter of the sonth-east quar er of section twenty-four (24), the south-edst quarter of the south west quarter, the south-west quarter of the sonth-east quarter and the south-east quarter of the north ea t quarter of section thirty-live (85), me sonth-weot quartei of the north-west quarter aud the west half of the sooth-west quarter of section thirty-six (36), all in town ship twenty-six north, of range (5) east; the south-east quarter of the sonth-east quarter of section thir teen 'l3t, the north-east quarter, the north half of the south-east quarter and the south-east quarter of the south-east quarter of section nineteen (19), the sonth-west quar ter of the soigh-woat, quarter and the north half of the sonth-east quarter of section twenty (zO), the s.mill-west quarter of the sontn west quarter and the south-east quarter of the south-west quaiter of section twenty-one (21), the sonth-east quarter of the north-west quarter of section twenty-two (22) trie north half of the north-east quarter, the south-east quarter of tne north-east quarter, the south west quarter of the north-west quart 1 r aud the south-east quarter of the north-west qnarter of section twenty-eight (2.8 1 . all in township twenty-six (26) north, of range six (6) east. Defendants. Tub State of Wisconsin, to the said defend ants 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 court aforesaid ; and in case of your fai ure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to ttie demand of the complaint, of which a copy is herewith served npon yon. Bhown, Pradt, Genrich A Andf.bson, Plaintiff s Attorneys. P. O. Address, Wansau, Marathon Cos., Wis. The land affected by this action is described hh the south half of the sonth-west quarter of sec tion twenty-seven T27] township twenty-six  north, or range four  east; the sonth-west quarter of the north-east qnarter and the north east quarter of the south-east quarter of section twenty-four [24J. the sonth-east quarter of the sonth-west qnarter, the south-west quarter of the sonth-east quarter and the sonth-east quar ter of the north-east, quarter of section thirty five |BSJ, the s onth-west qnarter of the north west quarter and the west half of the sooth west quarter of section thirty-six [88). all in township twenty-six  north, of range five [s] east; the sonth-east quarter of the south-east quarter of section thirteen! 18 J, the north-east qnarter. the north half of win sonde east quarter and the sonth-east quarter of the sonth-east qnarter of | section nineteen [l9], the south-west quarter of j the sonth-west qnarter and the north half of the j south-east quarter of section twenty C2OJ, the i sonth-west quarter of the s nth-west quarter 1 and the south-east quarter of th > sooth west qnarter of section twenty-one [2l j the south-east quarter of the north-west quarter of section twenty-two , the north half of the north east qtlart r, the a mth-east quarter of the north-east quarter, the sonth-west quarter of the north west quarter and the sonth east quarter of the north-west quarter of section fwenty-eight [26 J all in townsriip twenty-six '6] north, of range six  east, all in Marathon c maty, Wisconsin. First publication Dec. 18. last Jan. 30. Sheriff's Sale- State of Wisconsin, in Cirenit Coon, Marathon County. C. 8. Oilbsbt, Plaintiff, I ▼B. Martin - Paroi and Kdith Pabof.. his wife. Defendants. J No'ice is hereby Riven that pursuant to and by virtue of a jndßinent of foreclosure and sale duly rendered in the above smith and action on the 15th day of December, A. D. lit's, and docketed in the office of the clerk of the circuit coori above named on s-id date, 1, Fred F. Damon, sheriff for Marathon connty, will offer for sale and sell at public anctior, to the bichest bidder, on the thirty-first day of Jannary, lit 7. at ten o'clock in the foremen of that day, at the west door of the conrt house in the city of Wausau, in said connty and state aforesaid, the following prem ises named in said judgment, or as much thereof a may be so file ient to raise the amount doe to the plaintiff for principal, interest aDd cos's, lnclndioß the costa of sale, to-wit: The north one-half of the northwest quarter also commencing a' a joint eighty (B<>) rods south of the northwest quarter (14> corner of said northwest quarter <!4) thence east one hundred five (lift; rods; thence sooth nineteen and three-tenths ilt* 5-10; rid*,; thence west one , hundred five (105) rods; thence north nineteen and three-tenths (19 3-10) rods, to piece of be- | ginning, said to contaia about 66 acres more or j less, according to government snrvey thereof S All in section number thirty (30). township nnm- I ber twen*y-niDe(29) north, of range namber two j til; east. Marathon connty, Wisconsin. Da’ed at Waosan. Wis., Decern tier 17, 1906 FfiFD F. DAMON. Hheriff of Marathon Connty. Baows. Pbapt, OtMUCH Sl Ardeesoh. Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication Dec. 4. last Dec. S3. Notice to Creditors- State of Wisconsin. Connty Court for Marathon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time np to and ( Including the first Tuesday of June, 1907. it j hereby allowed to cr. (liters of John Bebrike. j deceased, to present their claims for examina-l tiou and allowance. Also that all claims to presented, will be examined and adjusted at a 1 regular term of said county court to Ire held at the court bouse in the city of Wausau, on the first Tuesday of June, 1907. Dated Nov. 27. 1906. By tbe court, Henkt Mili.ch. County Judge. Kt.ei TZEh. Bird A Rosenberry. Attorneys. I Cure Nervous 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 Impair* Vitality I want every man aftLcied with Vari cocele, Blood Poison, Nervo-Yital De bility, or allied troubles to come to my office, where I will explain to him my method of curing these diseases. I in vite in particular all men who have be come dissatisfied with treatment else where. I wil’. 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 WILL COST YOU NOTHING, BUT MY CHARGES FOR A PERFECT CURE WILL BE REASONABLE AND NOT MORE THAN YOU WILL BE WILL ING TO PAY FOR THE BENEFITS CONFERRED. I WILL'DO BY YOU AS I WOULD WANT YOU TO DO BY ME IF OUR CASES WERE REYERSED. I A INIfC If you are suffering from persistent LnDILJ Headache, Painful Menstruation, > Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it were impossible fur you to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend to your household and social obligations, give the Doctor a call. He tvill cure you if you trust your self to his care. A great many have taken treat- I nientof this Speoialist, and lie can refer you to t those who have been cured by him. First pnb. Den. 16th, last Jan. Ist. NOTICE. Please take notice that the articles of incorporation of The Gilliam-Kick Meat and Grocery company were, on the sth day of December, A. D. liMMJ, amended at a meeting of the stock holders of said corporation, so as to change the name of said corporation to that of The Wm. Gilliam Meat and iroeery company, and that hereafter the business of said corporation will be conducted under the name of The Wm. Gilliam Meat and Grocery company ,1 Harry Yost, Secretary of The Wm. Gilliam Meat and Grocery company. Firs' publication Nov. 18, last Deo. 16. Summons. State of Wisconsin, in 'irouit Court, Marathon County. George H. Reynolds, Plaintiff,'] John Kalastiinski, Mrs. John Kular.h'nski, ( and \V. W. Noll, Defendants.J The state of Wisconsin, to the said defendants, Bnd each of them: Yon are hereby snmmond to appear within twenty and y after service , , this enmnions, ex clusive 0* the day of service, and defend Hie above enttll and action in the conrt aforesaid; aud in case of yonr failure so to do jadgiuent will be rendered against yon according to the demand of the complaint; of which a copy is herewith erved upon yon. Brown, Pradt, Genrich & Andehhon, Plaintiff’s Attorneys. P. (). Address, Wansau. Marathon Go., Wisconsin. First publication llcc. 4. last Dec. 16. Notice of Final Settlement and As signment. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a special term of the county court to be held in and for said county at court bouse In the city of Wauaaa, in said county, on the said second Tuesday, [being the 6th day] of January, A. 1). J 907, at 10 o'clock a. in., the following matters will he heard and considered: Tne application of Henry Kggebrcoht, execu tor of the will of Fred Kggebrcoht, late of the town of Wcin, In said county, deceased, for the examination and allowance of Ida final account, of his administration, and for the assignment of the res'Jue of the estate of Fred tiggebrecht, deceased, to such other persona aa are by law entitled to the same. Dated Dec. 4, 1908. By order of the court, llknry Mii.lbr, County Judge. Kkkitzkk, Hutu A Rohkniskkry, aud J. .1. Okoskski, Attorneys for Petitioner. first publication Dec. 16. last Jan. 1. Notice of Final Settlement and As signment. Btate of Wisconsin, Connty Court for Marathon Connty.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby giveD that at a special term of the connty conrt to bo held in and for said county, at the conrt house if the city of Wr san. ip said county, on the aaid f. nrth Tued,.y, (being the 22nd day) of January, A D. 1917, at 10 o’clock m. t the following matters will bo heard and considered: The application of Emil Bobm, administrator of the estate of Martin Hot.m, late of t Lie town of Texas, in said connty, deceased, for theexainina ion and allowance of hia final account, of Ida administration, anil for the assignment of the residue of the estate of Martin Bohm, deceaa-d, to such other persons as are by law entit'ed to the same. Dated Di o mbr 17, 1906. Hy order of the court, Henry Miller. County Judge. Kreutzkr, Bird A Kmheniikuhv, Attorneys. First publication Dec. 18th, last Jan. 80th. Notice of Sheriff’s Sale on Execution. State of Wisconsin, Circuit t oort, Marathon Connty. Philip Menzer, Plaintiff | vs. k Isidore Fggle, Defendant) Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an ex ecution issued out of and under seal of said cir cuit conr above named iu the starve entitl'd action, in which judgment was render, and on die loth day of Jarioary, A. D. It*©, in the ri)i>ni>'i|>ai court in and for .Marathon county and transcript thereof waadoly docketed on the 2ith (la* of May, A. D. 1905, in the office of the above named court and for want of sufficient goods and chattels whereon to levy same, 1 have iavi <1 upon and shall expose i r sale and sell a public HQCtion to the highoeL bin er lor cash at (he west front door of the court h use, in the city of V\au. n, in said couutyariO slate, n the 31st day of January, A. D. 19M, at the hear of ten o'clock in the foreniron of said day, ail the right, title and interest which the above uamed defendant had on the loth day of January. A. u. 1905, or has since a quired in and Ur the follow ing described real estate or so much thereof as will be sufficient to raise the amount due to the plaintiff for principal, interest and costs includ ing the cost of sale, to-Wif: 1 lie s nth half of the north east quarter (s V% of naf-iJ of section twent! -two [22J and the uoph ball of smth-west quarter ot section twenty three [23; township twenty-eight [2BJ north of range six [6) egst iu Marathon coonty, Wisconsin. Dattd at vVaurs... Wisconsin, December 17th, 1906 tnv.ii F. Damon. Bhentt of Marathon county. Kkectzeb, Bird A ito henii sub y. Plaintiff 's Attorneys. j H. W- 'BARKER - v Wiu. KffObK that aw ion a COUGK, CATARRH, %oNsDM^2i^?^5 ORE 0 RE Throat, And La Grippe. So THAT THEY WILL STAY KNOCK■•>. VM4HUrACT!)ED AT SPAJfTA. WIS. • For sale by the Pardee Drug Cos. Falmo Tablets transform weak, broken-down, nerr. 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. Feil Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale 4 W. W. Albers,druggist.