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Cough Remedy IS UN EQUALED FOR Coughs, Colds and Croup. Hots Me. CHICAGO AITD NORTHWESTERN B AIL WAT • Leave Arrive Wansae Wans in 1 2:42 a.m. 1:30a.m. Oshkosh, Fond da Lac t 7:20a m. 3:10a.m. Milwaukee and Chicago, f 12:30 p. m. 12:04p.m. j 11:15 p.m 9:05 p.m. > Du , . 1 10:00 a. m. 9:34a.m. Antigo Rhinelander, / 7:50p . m . 2:38p.m. Harley and Ashland J J,. m, 8:10a m. 1 l :30 a.m. 2:42 a.m. Marshfield,St. Paul, i 10:00a.m. Mianeapolisand weet (12:04 p. m. 4:45p.m- J 9:56 p. m 11:15 p.m Parlorcaron day tiains. Train leavingll:lo p. m.has sleeper for Milwaakee and Chicago. Train leaving at 1:30 a. m. has sleeper and re clining chair car for St. l’aol and Minneapolis. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all impor tant points in the United States. Canada and Mexico, D. MoNacohtom .Agent. 0., M. * ST. P. RAILWAY. For Chicago, Milwankeeand west, daily 6:25 p.m. For Chicago, Milwaukee and west, daily except Sunday...—. —10:40 a m For the north, daily, except Sunday 9:10 a.m. For the north. Sundays only 1:16 p.m. For Tomahawk, daily, except Sunday.. 7:30 p.m. Close connections are made with 10:40 a. ft. train for all points in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Tickets on sale and baggnge checked to desti nation. 61. F. Golden, Agent. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. O'-—-■■■■ o Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets. Upholstery of all kinds done by John Vogt. tf. W anted—Hemlock lath bolts. En quire of Marker & Stewart Lbr. Cos. J. W. Coppy, of Merrill, has pur chased the F. Levenhagen bowling al ley on Scott street. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and sdrgeon, will be at the Beilis House, February 12. Neil Campbell, secretary of the Y. M. C. A., occupied the pulpit in the Pres byterian church Sunday morning. R. E. Bush, of the town of Knowlton brought a wolf scalp to the city Thurs day and collected s2(l b rnnty on the same. Every family has some chair or a sofa that needs only new upholstering, to be better than new. Call on John Vogt to have it done. tf. A number of the city’s factories are closed down at present. Repairs are being made and an inventory of stock taken. They will resume operations early in January. The passenger traffic on railroads has een rather light the past week, as is usual during holiday week, and the business of local hotels has not been of the best in consequence. The Misses Addie and Sadie Damon entertained the Autumn Leaf club at the county jail on Thursday evening. Dancing was one of the features of the evening’s entertainment. Have you seep the Mound City Kitchen Safe or Cabinet we are show ing here in Wausau? If you haven’t you should, for no one can explain it to you. Call at room 2, over Rohde’s book store. Oii-s. Bentley, of the town of Pike La' o brought the scalp of a wolf and the pelts of two wild cats to the city Wednesday and collected bounties amounting to &>2 on them. He says he killed the three on Christmas day. Worry kills more men than work. The same will apply to ladies; why not relieve the worry about the mice, rats and bugs getting into the material you cook by keeping it in a Mound City Kitchen Safe. Call at room 2 over Rohde’s book store. The saw mill of the Alexander Stew art Lumber Cos. is receiving its annual overhauling, preparatory to the open ing of next year’s cutting season. The planing mill is closed down for a week to allow the crew time to spent the holi days as its members see tit. Frauk Pionek of the town of Lin wood, Portage county, was sent to jail Christmas day to await the outcome of injuries sustained by Thos. Lepinski of Stevens Point. The latter was stabbed in the head and left lung and it is claimed that Pionek was his assailant. John Ferguson, an employe of the Westinghouse Electrical Cos. of Pitts burg. Pa., who has been engaged the past several weeks in rebuilding the city’s arc lights, completed his work Friday. On Saturday lie departed for Denver, Col., to complete another job for his company. Bleaching wheat flower is being prac ticed by a good many mills. It whit ens it but certainly does not improve its wholesomeness. ‘’Pure Quality Patent” flour is not bleached, its use will assure the most wholesome bread, rich creamy in color and unsurpassed in flavor. tf. Northern Milling Cos. The Modern Woodman Hall associa tion of Schofield has tiled articles of incorporation with the register of deeds. The capital stock is $2,500 and the incorporators arc J. A. Durkee, L. H. Jones and Frank Pelrshek. The purpose of the association is to build a lodge hall for the Schofield camp of Woodmen, shares of stock being sold to the members. Arguments for anew trial were made Friday in the case of Otto Brass vs. J. L. Rood. At the last term of municpal court Mr. Bruss secured a judgment of about #175 against the defendant and the latter moved for anew trial, which was granted Friday. The suit was brought to recover mouey alleged to be due on a business deal. The two bought and disposed of a stock of hard ware. agreeing to share equally the profits and expenses. The goods w ere sold at a loss and Rood refused to stand a share, claiming the goods were sold below cost. A well known gentleman of ausau left the city six weeks ago and provided for his family's wants during his ab sence by placing a sum of money to his wife's credit in one of the banks and giving her a cheek book. It was the first experience the lady ever had with banks. Recently she received a notice from the bank that her account was overdrawn. She visited the bank next day and asked the meaning of the notice and was again informed that ‘he account was overdrawn. She ex claimed, “You must be mistaken; there are still a number of blank leaves in my check book.” HOLIDAY ONTHE FRONTIER. George Ely Ran Forward. <f IIE times were flush; there had been good crops, and an abundant harvest had been gathered and stored away. The people on old Lick creek, in Ralls coun ty, Mo., were happy and eager to enjoy themselves. The coun try was sparsely settled, and there was little to be had that was good to eat or drink nearer than the town of Florida, on Salt river, where Squire Clemens, the father of Mark Twain, kept a store. They danced all night under the hospitable roof where sat old Uncle Rhuebin Reddish, Aunt Lou extend ing them a warm welcome; then they went home with Rube Purvis to eat bear meat, and from there to Uncle Harry's and Aunt Edv’s, where veni son was broiling and bee gums had | been robbed. Christmas eve day was bright and pretty. The sun broke through a rift of clouds and the revelers were fairly intoxicated with joy. They intended to spend the night and Christmas day at the Widow Mackelroy’s, where there was plenty of room and an abun dance of good things to eat and drink The Widow Mackelroy was with the crowd. She had left Uncle Ned and Aunt Polly to look after her house, telling them that if they went away to close the doors. The faithful old servants were not liable to go farther than some cabins occupied by colored people, and the widow knew that they would answer the summons of the ranch bell. Though it was Christmas time she never dreamed that the negroes would leave the place. Old Ned and Aunt Polly did leave the house, and a big black bear must have been watching them when they walked away. He had doubtless scent ed the odor of a Christmas fee t It was easy for bruin to smash one of the kitchen windows and enter the apartment unmolested. After feasting upon such things as had not been se curely hidden away, the bear probably prowled through the house until his curiosity was satisfied, and then, find ing a dark corner under the stairway in the hall, he laid down and closed his eyes to pleasant dreams. This audacity was the result cf careless training on the part of one James Irvin, an old bachelor of the vicinity, who had made a pet of this same bear, Bolivar, as the bear was called, frequently answered the call of the wild. In his youth Bolivar was an interesting pet. He was capable of performing many tricks, and he we an accomplished wrestler. The crowd of Christmas ramblers reached the Widow Mackelroy’s house about dark on Christmas eve. The lively young widow led the way to unlock doors, and the boys and girls followed, snowballing and singing Christmas carols. The widow was in the act of making some interesting discoveries in the kitchen, and a dozen couples of dancers were moving over the parlor floor in harmony with music that was loud and fast, when shrieks and screams echoed through the rooms, Hud those who w©r© able to command their senses saw a monster black bear entering the parlor on his hind feet and swinging his forelegs invitingly, as if seeking a partner for a waltz. The ballroom instantly presented a scene of the wildest excitement. Boys and girls who were near windows lost no time in making their escape. T 1 e bear cut off the retreat of a consider able crowd and hemmed them in a cor ner of the room. Bolivar pranced in front of these, licking froth from his red lips and glaring into the faces of the screaming girls as if he were try ing to select a dainty one for his Christmas supper. George Ely, a young man who was proud of his strength and his ability to hit hard blows, ran forward and struck the bear on the side of the head. Bolivar shook his ear as if he were tickled, and, turning about, he seized the | amazed young man with his powerful j For Rent— House, modern conven iences, ceutrally located; can be had now. Enquire at this office. tf. The street commisioner has caused a course of cinders to be laid on oue side of the centre of the roads leading up J over the different hills near the city. | This is for the benefit of those who haul j heavy loads into town. Where a chain ; or other device is placed under the ran- j ner of a sleigh to keep the sleigh from 1 shying down hill too freely, rats are i soon cut in the road bed, leaving the road in miserable shape in the spring, j Adolph Seholz, a resident of this city, died on Christmas day in St. Luke’s hospital, Chicago, of Bright's disease, j He went to that institution some weeks I before in hope of getting relief, j but the disease had made such \ inroads on his constitution that there ] was little hope of recover}'. He was twenty-nine years of age and previous to his last illuess was a powerful, robust man. His father. Jerome Schoiz, and sister, Mrs. J os. Hamerla, also reside here. The funeral was held in this city Saturday morning at nine o'clock. FIRE INSURANCE, Kretlow & Lament wish to announce that they are prepared to write fire insurance in approved stock companies at reasonable rates. They also place plate glass and boiler insurance and surety bonds. First National Bank building. ’Phone 1033. f2Q-tf R. Lyon, Dentist, -will make Cold, Aluminum or Rubber Pintos. paws and drew him to his breast. The bear was becoming angry, and he would soon have crushed every rib in George’s body if the youth’s sweet heart had not come to his rescue. Mary Goodwin had been dancing with George Ely and when the, bear entered the room the thoughtful girl ran to the fireplace and seized an iron poker. It proved a good weapon. It was an iron bar about four feet in length, and it had been in use so long that one end had worn to a sharp point, Its effectiveness had been im proved by a young man who had stuck the sharp end in the fire for the pur pose of using it to take the chill from a pitcher of hard cider. When Mary Goodwin saw her lov er’s face distorted with pain as he struggled to get loose from the mad bear's powerful arms she ran to hi3 assistance. “Help! For God’s sake, help me, boys!” shouted George. • The bear was trying to fasten his teeth in his victim’s throat, when the brave girl thrust the red-hot point of the iron bar behind the monster’s fore shoulder and threw her whole weight upon it. The sharp point slipped be tween the bear's ribs and entered his heart. With an angry growl Bolivar sank in a heap upon the ballroom floor, and George Ely staggered away, to fall, gasping for breath, in the arms of his quick-witted, fearless sweetheart. Bolivar was barbecued on Christ mas day, 1854. During those same holidays George and Mary were mar ried. ‘I Bits from the Trees f Hence the Mistletoe. Florence —Don’t you remember that last Christmas you broke your en gagement? Geraldine —Yes; but I’m a year older now. * • * SORROW OF IT. Mildred—Oh, dear! I wish I knew what to give Mr. Slowboy for a Christ mas present. Helen —Why don’t you give him your heart, dear? Mildred —The big goose has it al ready. but he doesn’t know it. * * * The Sum. Knicker Christmas mathematic* are puzzling. Bocker —Yes, you put dowti tens and carry everything. • * * • An Explanation. “Women are naturally more artistic than men.” “Yes,” answered the matter of fact person, ‘‘that's why so many of us look funny when we wear our Christ mas neckties and smoking jackets. Our wives want us to look artistic.” j Will Wake ; You Up The alarm clocks sold by us i never fail to get you out of i bed in the morning. This 1 week we have made a dis count in price and are sell l in? SI.OO ALARM CLOCKS I AT 60c. in. S. WRIQHT , Granite Block wn. zinnEß Decorating, If you are a Paper in want o Hanging, of any ; Hardwood Finishing, CALL ON* wn. zmncß, P. O. box, 215; telephone. No. 1540. Estimates given on short notice. Lisks Seamless Self= Basting Roaster Roasts Meat, Game and Poultry them the more Montgomery Hardware Go. You can always be sure of pleasing a lady 11 in niakiDg her a present of choice perfume. We are exhibiting the finest line of exquisite r odors in beautifuL holiday packages ever V vtV j uLiWviO shown in this viciuity. These goods are from the laboratories of the world’s most r famous perfumers. We also have the same perfumes in bulk and can show you just what you are getting when you select any of the package goods. Prices vary according to size and style of package, so uo matter what you desire to pay for your present, we can r _ meet your requirements. Wiechmann's Pharmacy A Drag Store—That’s All 310 Scott St. SELF PRAISE IS £s& fOX 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 ran Verify: WE HAVE A fipnppr'ipo AT ROCK CHOICE LINE OF 111 UlrCI ICb BOTTOM PRICES WHICH WE ARE ANXIOUS TO SELL YOU. Call and Give us a Trial. TELEPHONE ‘TTTwua NO. 312 no. 1142 vv uia uaerwaia scott street Tin Largest and Most Modern Brewery in Borin Wisconsin Where the good, old “RUDER BEER” is made. The “STAR” of all beers. Known for its purity and health giving qualities. Why drink in ferior grades when you may obtain this beer for the same money. A trial order will convince you. Telephone No. 1003. WE LEAD ON PRESCRIPTIONS 6 Good Reasons Why 1 , D j Your prescription is entrusted only to skilled and ISt. DecaUSe j licensed graduates. , OJ D • jlt is the important part of our business and at all times uQ.. DecaUSe \ receives our most careful attention. q 1 D iWe till so many of them our stock is always fresh and OQ. DeCdUSe ] pure, besides being comprehension and complete. 4,1 D j Our system of compounding and rechecking from the 4lrl. DecaUSe ( doctors original order insures absolute accuracy. / i Physicians know we use Merck’s and Squibh’s chcmi -sth. Because j ea * g Parke-Davis Co.’e pharmaceuticals, the ( world’s best. 6th. Because J Our charges are always right and reasonable The Physicians trust ns. you can D . -.J . - ______ safely do the same. Hardee Urug Company WHEN LOOKING AROUND For something suitable for a present for a frierd — something useful as well as ornamental, and which is bound to be appreciated, you can make no better selection than A HANDSOME PIECE OF FURNITURE You will not find another place in Wausau where you can secure such bargains—where you get the best for so little money—as at the store of CHAS. HELKE, 311-313 Fourth St. < CHAS. H. WEGNER > Largest General Store in Wausau GROCERIES, CLOTHING, I LOUR, FEED, ■ PRODUCE , NOTIONS, CROCKERY. A supply of Fresh Butter and Eggs and all Farm Produce always on ban and PERSONAL MENTION. n ■ > —B. F. McMillan was over from McMillan Thursday. —Miss Mamie Bernard, of Necedah, is visitiug Miss Agnes Dowling. —Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Chartier visited friends in Merrill last week. —Miss Mabel Weik is visiting her cousin, Mrs. F. J. Blood, in Stevens Point. —Miss Bessie Vaughan came down from Star Lake last week to visit her parents. —Robt. Freeman, of the town of Emmet, spent Friday in the city ou business. —Arthur Lamotte went up to Minocqua to spent the holidays with his parents. —Mr. ani Mrs. L P. Gilman, of Osh kosh spent part of last week in the city visitiug fviends. —Bentley Vaughan, who had been visitiDg his parents, returned to Star Lake Thursday morning. —Jacob Steltz and family of Milbauk, N. D., are vistiDg the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Steltz, Sr. —Miss Pearl Bentley, who had been visiting her parents iu this city, ve turned Wednesday evening to Chicago. —Oscar Wenuberg departed Thurs day for Merrill, where he will scale lumber for the Jacob Mortenson Lbr. Cos. —Webster E. Brown, of Rhinelander, former representative of this district in congress, was ic Wausau Thursday on business. —Jos. and Moses Chartier, of Grand Rapids, made a short visit with their cousin, F. E. Chartier, the iatter part of the week. —Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Kolloek and daughters, Ruth aud Florence, and sou Frank, spent Christmas with relatives in the town of Almond, Portage coun ty- —Mrs. Frank Tucker, of Madison, ar rived in the city Wednesday evening for a visit with her sisters, the Mes dames H. Yost, Geo. Rick and E. M. James. —Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Gearhart were visited the past week by Mrs. Nathaniel Gearhart aud daughter, Goldie, of Mellen, and Miss Lou Gearhart, of Stevens Point. —Dr. Archie Mclndoe is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alex ander. Archie lived in this city up to about fifteen years agj, but now resides in Norway, Mich. —Thos. Cawley, of Stevens Point, spent Friday in the city with his cousins, Wm. and Mike Cawley. Mr. Cawley has for twelve years past been street commissioner of his city. John Wente returned to Kaukauna Thursday morning, after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wente. He has charge of the Western Uuion Telegraph Co.’s business in Kaukauna. —Rev. B. B. Gibbs departed Friday evening for Chicago and points in Illi nois. He will be absent until about the middle of January. The Rev. R. D. Van Tassel, of Oshkosh, will supply the pulpit in the Universalist church next Sunday. —Rev. Geo. Carmichael, former pas tor of the local M. E. church, now pre siding elder of the Fond du Lac district, spent part of Thursday in the city While here he was a gue.H of Rev. F. H. Brigham, but found time to visit many of his old flock. He departed Friday morning for his home in Fox Lake. BACK GIVES OUT. Plenty of Wausau Readers Have This Experience. You tax the kidneys—overwork them. They cant keep up the constant strain. The back gives out—it aches and pains; Urinary trouble sets in. Don’t wait longer—take Doan’s Kid ney Pills. Wausau people tell you how they act. Joseph Wagner, blacksmith, at 107 Fourth St., Wausau, Wis., says: “I can speak a good word for Doan’s Kidney Pills every time. 1 used them for Kid ney trouble and backache. Shoeing horses is always bard on the back. Perhaps I caught cold or strained my self; at aDy rate, my back gave out and I could not stoop to lift a horse’s foot if there was a fortune in it for me. My back was so weak that 1 could scarcely get my clothing on, and pains,-why sir sharp twings whuld strike me and go clear through me and for the moment I would think I was being torn apart. When these darting pains were not catching me it was a dull heavy grinding ache. I kept tryiog different medicines and consulted doctors, but found no relief until I got Doan’s Kidney Pills at Albers’ drug store and began using them. Weil, I could actually feel those pills helping me. They got to the cause of the trouble and cured me so that I have not had a backache since, and I am as strong as I ever was. My work does not hurt me at all.” 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. 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 1900, 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 ball of said city of Wausau Ali “personal property” taxes not paid on or before the 31st day of 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 1 to 4 o’clock p. iu. Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 to 9 o'clock p. m. dll-w4 Henry Jcers, City Treasurer. ’’V~H.’ wTBARKiiK w g* Will Knock t. at M COUGH. GATARRM. Sore Throat, j And La Grippe. So that they will stay knoc *> a/AARUrAGTVRED AT SPARTA. WIS. • POP SALE AT YOUR DRUGS - . For sale by the Pardee Drag Cos. n R 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, Feb. 12 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. NL, AND EVERY FOURTH TUESDAY THEREAFTER. Merrill, Monday, Feb. 11th, at Badger Hotel DOCTOR TURBIN, 103 Randolph St., Chicago, 111. YOI !Nfi MFN 11 you are troubled with IWUINVJ HILIX ~,'rvoua debility, stupid ness or are otherwise unfitted for business or study, cau-ed 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 you troubled with weak, aching backs and kidneys and other unmistakable signs of nervous debility. Many die of this diffi culty. ignorant of theca’use. The most obstinate ca-ios of this character treated with unfailing success. A| | HKFAtFt of delicate nature—in- DiJLrtJLJ flarmuations and kindred troubles—quickly cured without pain or incon venience. r/T\RRH poisons the breath. V./- I . ■si\l\l I stomach and lungs and paves the y for Consumption, also Throat, Liver. Hear. 1 ;, Kidney, Bladder and all constitu*'onal and internal troubles; also Rupture dies. Fistula, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea and all diseases of the stomach and bowels treated far iu ad vance of any institution in the country. BLOOD AND SKIN siVtVViKE: 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 ’iving away from city. Thousands cured at home by correspondence II It 11 u and medicine sent as directed. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Add-ess all letters, giving street and number plainly. Send 2-cent stamp for list of questions aud pamphlet. First pnblication Dec. 4, lust Jan. 8. Summons- State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court, Marathon County. The Grand Rapids Lumber Cos., Plaintiff, vs. W. F Wilcox, Mrs. W. F. Wilcox his 1 wife, Eliz-ibeth Wilcox, sole heir at law of Thomas C. Wilcox, de ceased, Darius W. Adams, Martinos Nelson, Duncan McGregor, A. 11. Hutchinson, Goodrich J. Brown, Aaron Young Rhode E. Y<-nng, hi 9 wife, James Bonnell, E. 6. ( lark, Bernhard Lanth, R. B. Whitehouse, D. S. liullick, Lafayette Fitch, Daniel L. Bn lock, H. D. Mc<'ul logh, Thomas Petty, Thos. Wm. Hinton, Benj. Lombard, lleory .1. Abbott, Peter E. Marion, Louis O. Dill, Geo. W. Hnngerford, Heelye llangerfnrd, Owen ( lark, L. Bieese, C. W. Robbins, 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, to wit: The south half of the south - west quarter of section twemy suvon (27) township twenty-six (26) north, of range four (4) east; the south-weßt quarter of the north- | east quarter and the north-east q larter of the south-east quar er of section twenty-four (24), the south-east quarter of the sonth weit quarter, the south-west quarter of the south-east quarter and the ! south-east quarter of the north- r ea-t quarter of section thirty-five (85), the south-west quarter of the north-west quarter hdJ the west half of the south-west quarter of section thirty-six (30), all in town ship twenty-six north, of range (5) east; the south-east quarter of the south-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 souih-east quarter of section nineteen (.19), the south-west quar er of the eonth-west qnarterand the north half of the south-east j quarter of section twenty (zO), the s .uvh-west quarter of the sontu west quarter and tLj south-east quarter of the sonth-west qnaiter of section twenty-one (21). the South-east quarter of the north-west quarter of section twenty-two (22), the north half of the north-east quarter, the south-east quarter of ihe north-east quarter, the south west quarter of the north-west quart r and the south-east quarter of the uorth-wosf quai cer of section twenty-eight (28). all in township twenty-Bix (26) Lorth, of range six (6) east. Defendants. The 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 coart aforesaid : and in case of your fai nre so todo, judgment will be rendered against yon according to the demand of the Complaint, of which a copy is herewith served upon you. Bbown, Pbadt, Genbich & Andebhon, Plaintiff's Attorneys. P. O. Address, Wausau, Marathon Cos., ’Vis. The land affected by this action is described as the south half of the south-west quarter of sec tion twenty-seven  township twenty-six (26J north, or range foar  east; the south-west quarter of the north-east quarter and the north east quarter of the south-east quarter of section twenty-four [24J. the south-east quarter of the south-west quarter, the sonth-west qnarter of the south-east quarter and the south-east qnar ter of the north-east quarter of section thirty five [3SJ, the sonth-west quarter of the north west qnarter and the west half of the south-west quarter of section thirty-six [BB], h!1 in township twenty-six  north, of range five [s] east; the soutli-east quarter of the south-east quarter of section thirteen [lß], the north-east quarter, the ; north half of the south-east quarter and the j south-east qnarter of the south-east, qnarter of section nineteen [l9], the south-west quarter of I the sonth-west qnarter and the north half of the , sooth-east quarter of section twenty [2OJ, the south-west quarter of the s nth-west quarter and the south-east quarter of ths south west, qnarter of section twenty-one [2IJ the south-east, quarter of the north-west quarter of section twenty-two , the north half of the north-east quarter, the south-east qnarter of the north-east quarter, the south-west qnarter of the north west quarter and the south-east quarter of the north-west quarter of section twenty-eight [2B J all in township twenty-six  north, of range six [CI east, all in Marathon c mnty, Wisconsin. First publication Dec. 18, last Jan. 30. Sheriff s Sale- State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court, Marathon County. C. S. Gilbert, Plaintiff,') 'B. I Mabti'l Pabok and Edith Paboe, his [ wiV Defendants. J No ice is hereby given that pursuant to and by virtue of a jndgment of forechamre and sale duly rendered in the above entitled action on the 15th day of December, A, D. 1905, and docketed in he office of the clerk of the circuit court above named on enid date, I, Fred F. Damon, sheriff for Marathon county, will offer foreale aod sell at pabli ■ auction, to the highest bidder, on the day of January, 19j7. at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the west door of the court honse in the city of Wausau, in said county and state aforesaid, the following prem ises named in said judgment, or as much thereof as may be sufficient to raise the amount, doe to the plaintiff for principal, interest end costs, tnclnding the costs of sale, to-wit: The north one-half of the northwest quarter; i also commencing a' a point eighty (Bt>) rods south of the northwest qnarter OA) corner of said northwest quarter 0/i)'. thence east one hundred five (105) rods; thence south nineteen and three-tenths (16 3-10) rids: thence west one bund ed five (10a) rods; thence north uineteei and three-tenths <l6 3-10) rode, to place of be ginning. said to contain abont 66 acres more or less- according to government survey thereof. All in section number thirty (30), township 'lum ber twenty-niDe (26) north, of range number two t 2) east. Marathon county, Wisconsin. Dated at Wausau, Wis., Decern Iter 17, 1906. FRED F. DAMON, Sheriff of Marathon County. Bbown, Pbadt, Genbich <Ss Ardebson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication Dec. 4. last Dec. 25. Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time up to and including the first Tuesday of June, 1007. is hereby allowed to creditors of John Behnke, deceased, to present their claims for examina tion and allowance. Also that all claims so presented, will be examined and adjusted at a regular term of said county court to be held at the court bouse in the city of Wausau, on the first Tuesday of June, 1607. Dated Nov. 27. 1606. By the court. Hen by Miller. County Judge. Kbeutzer. Bibd & Rosenbebby, 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 FORCONSULTA TION, whether you take treatment or not VARICOCELE. Varicocele Impairs Vitality I want every man afflicted with Vari cocele, Blood Poison, Nervo-Vital De bility, or allied troubles to come to my office, where 1 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 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 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 Tp oUR CASES WERE REVERSED. | Headache. Painful Menstruation. Uterine Displacements, Pains in Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure your troubles and stiil be obliged to attend to your household and social obligations, give the Doctor a, call. He will cure 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 i those who have been cured by him. First pub. Dec. 18th, last Jan. let. NOTICE, Please take notice that the articles of incorporation of The Gilham-Rick Meat, and Grocery company were, on the sth day of December, A. I). 1 DOG. amended at a meeting of the stockholders of said corporation, so as to change the name of said corporation to that of The Wm. Gilham Meat and Grocery company, and that hereafter the business of said corporation will be conducted under the name of The Wm. Gilham Meat and Grocery company. J. Harry Yost, Secretary of The Wm. Gilham Meat and Grocery company. First publication Dec. 18th, 'ast Jan. Ist. Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the special term of the county court to be held in and for said county, at the court house in the ity of Wausau, iusaid county, on the second Tuesday, [being the Bth dayj of January, A. D. 1907, at 10 o'clock a. in., the following matter will be heard aud considered: The applicu'ion of Fred Fenhans for the appointment of Fred Fenhans, of the town of iSteitin, Marathon county, Wis , as administrator of the estate of John Steffen, late of the town of titettin. in said county, deceased. Dated Decern be. 1906. By order of the court, Henry Miller, County Judge. Carl 11. Mueller, Attorney for Petitioner. First publication Dec. 18. last Jan. I. 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 coonty, r, the court house i city of Wau sau, in ssid couDty, on the said t urth Tuesday, (being the22nd day) of January, A 1). 1W 7, at 10 ’nock a. m., the following matters will be t, aid and considered: The application of Kmil Hohm, administrator of the estate of Martin Bobm, late of the town of Texas, in said county, deceased, for the examina tion and allowance of his linal account, of his administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of Martin Lohm, deceas*d, to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated IK cmber 17, 1806. By order of the court, Henry Miller. County .Judge. Kreutzeb, Birp A Rosknbkbky, Attorneys. First publication Dec. 18th, last Jan. 30th. Notice of Sheriff’s Sale on Execution. Htato of Wisconsin, Circuit Court. Marathon Connty. Philip Menzir, Plaintiff) ve. >- Isidore Eggla, Defendant) Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an ex edition issued out of and under seal of said cir cuit cour( above named in the above entitl'd action, iu which judgment was rendered on the 10th day of January, A. 1). 1905, iu the municipal court in and for Marathon coonty and transcript | thereof was duly docketed on the 27th day of May, A. D. 1905, in the office of the above , named court and for WHDt of sufficient goods and chattels whereon to levy same, 1 tiave levied upon and shall expose lor sale and sell a 1 public auction to the highest bidoer lor cash at the west front door of the court house, in the city of Wausau, in said connty and state, on the 31st day of Jaaua.y, A. D. 1907, at the hour of ten o’clock in the forenoon of said day, all the right, title and interest which the above named defendant had on the loth day of Jauniov. A. I>. 1905, or has since ajqnlred in and to the follow log described real estate or S" much thereof as will be sntficient to raise the amount due to the plaintiff for principal, interest and costs ioetud ing the cost of sale, to-wii: The 8, nth half of the north-eas' qnarter [a '/% of ne )41 °f section tweut:-two [22J ami the north half of south-west quarter of section twenty three  township twenty-eight [2B] north of raegesix (6]eastiu Marathon connty, Wisconsin. Dat and at waiisan, W loop sin, December 17th, 19( 6 Ebkd F. Damon. Htienft of Marathon c uiuty. Kbeutzer, Bird & Korknbekuy, Plaintiff's Attorneys. First publication Dec. 25, last Jan. 29. Summons. Municipal Court, Marathon Connty. ,/ Andrew Kulns, Plaintiff,) vs. I John Boczloiki, Mr , John S-Kzloskf, ihsir j unknown heirs, if lb -y or either b" Good. I and the nnknown owners of the west half i [wjL of the seif Least quarter [ >4] )- of section three [B], town-hip twenty nine  north, range four [4| east, dar-1 athon connty, Wisconsin, lying south of Black Creek, except raiiioad right of way 1 thereon. Detention's. J The State of Wisconsin, to the ssid defendants, and each of them: Yon are hereby eommoned to appear, within twenty dayt* after service of this sammoDfl. exclnsiveof the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid; and in case of roar failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against yon according to the demand of the complaint. Khkutzkb, Bird A Rosenbebby, Plaintiff's Attorneys. P. O. Address, Wausau, Marathon County, W isconsin. Note; —The original complaint is on file with the clerk of said court and this action affects the title to the'premises described in the above caption. $5.00 per Day iff’sEjSS for The Northwestern Farmer. Ih-ad by 100.000 people monthly. 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