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CHICAGO ARC MOITHWMTIAM BAIL WAT. Lht Arrive WIBUD WtDUD 1 2:42 a.m. 1:30a.m. *p' - wS:S: Milwaukee and Chicago, m . 9:55p.m. 110:00 a. m. 8:06 a.m. Antigo, Bhlnel&nder, ! 7jCp. m. 2:38p.m. Harley and Ashland, [11:16 p.m. 3:10a.m. j 712:10 p.m. f7:26 p.m. I 1:30a.m. 2:42a.m. Marshfield.Bt. Pfinl, 1 9:05 a. m. 10:00*.m. Minneapolis and weet 112:04 p- m. 4: p.m.. fSondayg only. j 9:55 p. m. 11:15 p,m. Parlorcaron day trains. Train leavingll:ls p. m.hae sleeper for Milwaukee and Chicago. Train leaving at 1:30 a. m. has sleeper and re clining chair car for St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all impor tant points in the United States, Canada and Mexico, D. McN auohtoh .Agent. 0., M. * ST. P. BAILWAT. For Chicago, Milwaukee and west, daily 8:06 p.m. For Chicago, Milwaukee and weet. daily except Sonday 10:40 a.m. For tlie north, daily, except Sunday 9:10 a.m. For the north, Sundays only .......... p,m - For Tomahawk, daily, except Sunday. ■ 7:80 p.m. Close connections are made with 10:40 a. m. train for all points in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. , ... Tickets on sale and baggage checked to desti nation. M. F. oolder, Agent. • SHORT NEWS ITEMS. ■ Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets. Farmers are beginning to haul rock to the city stone pile. Wausau Assembly No. 37, E. F. U., will elect officers next Thursday even ing- A fog, so heavy that one could hardly ee across a street, hung over the city all day Sunday. l>r. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, December 19. There is one good thing about the damp weather, it has laid the dust, which was the worst ever. The Underwood veneer factory, which had been closed down for a week, started up again yesterday. Mrs. Thomas Sullivan, of Ripon, died on Thursday December sth. She was well known to quite a number in Wau sau. Camp No. 1404, M. W. A., enjoyed a smoke at Iho hall last evening. A number of invited non-members were present. If you are in need of shingles call and see our large assortment and get prices before buying elsewhere, tf. Babkkk & Stewart Lumber Cos. At a meeting of the Liederkranz society, to be held next Thursday even ing, the date op which the next annual masquerade ball is to be given will (je decided. Phillip Hollis, dentist, will make metal and rubber plates and porcelain inlays. Office over the Continental clothin store. nov2l-tf P. J. O’Mqlley, of Minocqua, deputy sheriff of Oneida county, while at Rhinelander on Thursday, dropped de&d at the Hiiber house. He was well known in Wausau. When preparing for your Christmas dinner, don’t forget the ice cream, and remember that the best place in town to make your purchase is at J. P. Young’s, Third street. People in the waiting room of the St. Paul depot Tuesday evening last witnessed a pugilistic exhibition given by two Italians. The dagoes were separated by the ticket office force. Albert Loerke, a resident of the town of Day, was granted a divorce in one of the local courts Wednesday from his wife, Augusta. They were married four years ago and in 1905 the woman deserted him. The Royal Neighbors will meet next Thursday with Mrs. Wm. McCormick on Harrison Blvd. At a recent meet ing of the society it was decided to bold parties during the winter at the homes of members on the second Thurs day afternoon of each month. The one scheduled for next Thursday is the first of the series. The ladies of the Universalist church, evidently are not disturbed over the date set for its annual sale — Friday, Dec. 13’h. Anyway they pro pose to try their luck at that time. The sale will be opened in the afternoon and supper will be served from 5:30 o’clock. A feature of the sale will be a Japanese table. Robiliue 11, oue of the famous Helen dale farm’s herd of Guernseys recently completed a year’s test in the advanced registry, which places her at the head of her class. This herd has five leaders at present, a position held by no other herd in the United States. In the year’s test Robiline II producedß,ll3 35 pounds of milk yielding 003 59 pounds of butter fat. Wausau has seldom experienced a fall and up to the tenth of December, such mild weather, for years. The days have been more like early October aud in some instances positively warm. The cold wave flag, while run up once during the middle of the fall to indicate quite a drop of temperature, is in hiding, and it is hoped it will remain there most of the winter. Wausau is certainly the place in which to live, winter or summer. Danct, Wis , Oct. 10, 'O7 C. 11. INGRAHAM. l>ear Sir. Enclosed find 15 cents for which send me a case for my glasses. I am well satisfied with the glasses. You could not have done any thing better for me. Yours respectfully. Nrttik fitba u*. S HAVE YOUR EYES TESTED FREE Headaches and eye troubles cured by the proper ad justment of glasses. Ingraham Jeweler and Optician 601 Third St. Attend the Wausau Business college, Wausau, Wis. a6-tf 1908 Singer almanacs. Call at store, 209 Washington street, and get one, free. d3-2w F. A Si n n on has again been chosen as superintendent of the poor farm for another year. The ladies will appreciate one of J. P. Young’s boxes of fancy candies as a Christmas present. For Sale —l offer my residence and lot, 628 Fulton street, for sale at a bar gain, E. S. Clemence. a23-tf Karl Mathie, of St. Cloud, Minn., made a short address to the students at the Lincoln school on Friday. Remember the sale and supper by the ladies of the Universalist society on Friday next, afternoon and evening. H. J. Evans addressed the Men’s meeting at the Y. tyi. C. A., on Sunday afternoon. His theme was “The Two Standards.” The work of macadamizing N. Third street cost $1,718.44, divided as follows: Property owners, $734.44; city, $734.44; street railroad company, $249.52. Tbe residence of U. C. Yawkey, which has been undergoing extensive improvements since last spring, will be in readiness to occupy by Christmas. The annual sale and supper by the ladies of the M. E. church is being held this afternoon and evening. A chicken pie supper will be served from 5 o’clock. Beginning Monday, Dec. 16, the R Connor Cos., will operate its mill in Stratford day and night, and continue throughout the winter. At present tbe mill is running days on;y. Do you want shingles? If you do call and look over our large assort ment aod get prices before purchasing elsewhere. tf. Barker & Stewart Lumber Cos. Frank Herrick of Minoequa, and Miss Maude Marsh of this city, were mar ried Thursday afternoon. The cere mony was performed by the Rev. E. M. Thompson, at the home of the youDg lady’s sister, Mrs. M. Weeks. According to the numuer of tags re ceived at the office of the state game warden, it is estimated that 6,000 deer were killed in Wisconsin during the season which closed Dec. Ist. The stalking of these 6,000 deer cost thirty four human lives aud the maimi ig of as many more hunters. John Rose, sheriff of Juneau dounty, was in the city Friday for the purpose of subpoenaing witnesses in a case wherein the H. E. McEachron Cos., charges a former agent, Otto Guenther, of Mauston, with the embezzlement of SBOO of the company’s money. Chas. and Wm. Dodge and Chas. Hooker, will appear as witnes.4fes against the de fendant. The county clerk has made return to the secretary of state of hunting license stubs and money from the sale of licenses. During the season, from Sept. Ist, to Dec. 4, the latter date beiDg when business was closed, a total of 3,058 licenses were issued. This is an increase of 486 over a year ago. As the state receives 90c on each license and the clerk 10c, the amounts received this year by each is respectively $2,752.20 and $305.80. The special committee of the county board, appointed to determine what the salaries of county officers ought to be for the coming year, and make rec ommendations accordingly, concluded its business last Tuesday. A sealed re port was filed with the county clerk to be opened when the board next meets in January. The members of the com mittee were as mum as the proverbial oyster regarding what recommenda tions they decided upon. In the last issue, in its remarks upon the Grand avenue macadam, the Pilot published a hearsay, to the effect that there was friction on the city board of public works, and that for a long time its members had not been on speaking terms. This we are informed is not so;, that while its members have held hon est differences of opinion and these have been earnestly discussed at their meetings, there has been no bitterness engendered and, hence, no truth in the report. The Pilot gladly makes the correction. The coldest night of the fall was on Wednesday last, when the government thermometer on the court house grounds registered 3 degrees above zero. On Friday there was a decided change. The day was quite springlike, the same thermometer registering 41 above. Paul Habnheiser, the furrier, takes pride in telling that he has seldom failed to properly forecast a winter. He bases his deductions on the thickness of the fur on the hides and pelts brought to him. When they are thin a mild winter usually follows. If the fur is heavy, reverse conditions prevail. This fall, he says, every hide which has been brought to his shop has been unusually thin, and he therefore predicts an open winter. This will be sad news for the wood and coal dealers. ACT QUICKLY, Delay Has Been Dangerous in Wausau. l)o the right thing at the right time. Act quickly in litres of danger. Backache is kidney danger. Doan’s Kidney Pills act quickly. Cur all distressing, dangerous kid ney ills. Plenty of evidence to prove this. H. R. Bruce, 805 First St., Merrill, Wis., saj9: 1 have used Doan’s Kidney Pills with good results, and different members of my family have used them when suffering from kidney trouble with the most beneficial effects. They seemed to remove the impurities from the system, give one more strength and energy, in act, act as a general tonic. I shall not be without Doan’s Kidney Pills in the house, and will recommend them in every opportunity.” Plenty more proof like this from Wausau people. Call at W. W. Albers' drug store and ask what customers report. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doans—-and take no other. HOLIDAY SEASQN Is on Hand Do not forget the many different articles we have that is very useful as well as ornamental. Also bear in mind this being the best place to trade, is also the cheapest. You run no chances in buying at this store as satisfaction is guaran teed or money refunded. Come and look our stock over, get our prices , and save from /j to 2 j per cent. H. S. Wright, 512 Third St. Tbe Largest eM Most Modem Brewer? ii Nolen Wisconsin -y-f -j .. \\ -T| S j W 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. Needles, Parts and Supplies for bc4h Wheeler & Wilson and Singer Machine! SOLD ONLY BY SINGER BEWING MACHINE CO* LOCAL STORE 209 Washington Street O. B. KAROSS. Manager. THE NEWEST patterns, shapes and styles in ladies,’ gents’ and children’s footwear of every description can always be found in our stock We carry only the best lines at lowest prices and guar antee satisfac tion every time. Call and we will 1 convince you of these facts. S H O E S MUELLER & QUANDT Typical Farm Scene. Showing Stock Raising lr WESTERN CANADA Some of the choicest lands for grain growing stock raising and mixed farming in the new dis trictf of Saskatchewan and Alberta have re cently been Oin*ne<l for Settlement under the Revised Homestead Regulations Entry may now be made by proxy (on certain conditions).by the father, mother, son.daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader Thousands of homesteads of 160 acres each are thus now easily available in these great grain' growing, stock-raising and mixed farming sec tions. There yon will find healthful climate, good neighbors, churches for family wot ship, schools for your children, good laws, splendid crops and r 'roads convenient to market. Entry i,e in each case is fIO.OO. For pamphlet "Last Best West.” particulars as to rates, routes best time to go and where to locate, apply to T. O. CURRIE Room M B. Callahan Blk.. Milwaukee. Wis. Canadian Government Ageflt Whenever you feel that your stomach h&3 gone a little wrong, or when yon feel that it is not in good order aa is evidened by mean headaches, nervous ness, bad breath, and belching, take something at times and especally after yonr meals until relief is afforded. There is nothing better afforded the public today for stomach troubles, dyspepsia, indigestion, etc., than KO DOL. This is a scientific preparation of natural digestants combined with vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in every healthy stomach. KODOL is guaranteed to give relief. It is pleasant to take. It will make you feel fine by digesting what you eat. Sold by W. W. Albers. 1,000 Pages One Thousand Pages 25th ANNIVERSARY NUMBER 1908 World Almanac Will be the most unusual edi tion of a Reference Book since the printing press was invented by Benjamin Franklin. In addition to its regular Li brary of Universal Knowledge, embracing ten thousand facts and figures indispensable to man or woman, old or young, student, school boy or girl, the farmer or the merchant, the educator, or the professional man, it will also contain a 25- year resume of all important events, historical or otherwise. It will tell you, and tell you accurately, something about everything and everything about a great many things. 1,000 Bages—2sth Anniver sary Number —so per cent, in crease in size and value but no advance in price. Now on sale ever y where, price 25 cents. Mailed to any address for 35 cents. Address the Press Publishing Company, Pulitzer Building, New York City. Are you having trouble with your kidneys? There aje lots of people to. day who womler why they are tired and lacking in energy and ambition. Your kidneys are wroDg. They need relief without delay. Take DeWitt’s Kidney & Bladder Pills; they are for weak back, intlanmiation of the bladder, backache and weak kidneys. Sold by W. W. Albers. expe^eSle JM I V 1 I I1 I j | ■1 M Ik ■ J Trade Marks Designs 9 """"" Copyrights Slo. Anyon sending a sketch and description may qaiekly ascertain oar opinion free whether an invention is probably parent able, Commanim tions strictly confidential. HANDBOOK on Patenta sent free. Oldest asrency for securing patents. Patent* Uken through Munn a Cos. receive l penal notice, without charge, in the Scientific American. A handaomeiy illustrated weekly. Laraest cir culation of any scientific puna*). Terms, $3 a newsdealer*. M lilNE^w C. H. WEGNER. Prop. All kinds of light and heavy draying, Household goods moved, freight de livered, etc. Rates the lowest and service prompt. A San Can Far St. Vitas Daaea. “Clark’s Nerve Tonic’’has been in use 50 years and it has not failed to euro a case where the directions were faithfully followed. It is equally effective in re lieving nervous prostration and extreme nervousness, etc. Send all commun ications and mail orders direct to G. W. Clark, 304 Jackson street, Wausau Wis. m22-tf Marathon County Bank WAUSAU, WIS. Capital Stock, f75,000 Surplus, f32,000 Organized under tne General 3anking Law of the State of Wisconsin. Will receive deposits, discount notes, buy and sell drafts, make collections, and do ail other business connected with General Banking. Interest Paid on Time Deposits. Drafts Sold on all Points in the World. Has Safety Deposit Vault. Boxes for Rent at $2 Per Year. Savings Department in Connection. Alkx Stewart, Pres’t. B. C, Zimmerman, O. W . Haro bo, Vice-Pres’t. Cashier Directors—Alex Stewart, W. Alexander, C. W Harger, K. C. Zimmerman, W. B. Scholfield. DR. L M. WILLARD DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT OFFICE, MCKINLEY BLOCK WAUSAU, WIS. Homs 1 O A. M. TO 13 M. 1 1 SO TO Sf. M. ETXNiNOSI TCBSDAYS AKD SATDR DAYS, 7 TO 8. SUNDAYS , O TO lO A. SC, SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. Hiliif THE TAILOR BJ2 Third Street I am now prepared to turn out spring and summer suits, having received my goods for those seasons. I have on hand all the latest in goods and can give you the latest in fashions. Suits from SIB.OO ip SpriiiE Overcoats, $16.00 op Pantaloons, $6.00 ip Set my line of goods before ordering elsewhere. Work, fit, style and prices guaranteed. S. HANSEN, Tailor. P. S.—Repairing and Cleaning neatly attended to and all work delivered promptly when ordered. WHY MATHIE BEER IS ALWAYS PURE We Manufacture Our Own Malt. We Use Nothing But Choice Hops. We Have Our Own Pipe-Driven Well Producing Water As Clear As The Morning Sun. If You Have Never Seen Any Glass Enameled Steel Tanks Call and We Will Show You Some. Red Ribbon lIT and Weisensteiner Registered O. S. Patent Office 1906. Try a Case and be Convinced .... Mathie Brewing Cos. For Weak Kidneys Inflammation of the blad der, urinary troubles and backache use DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills A Week’s Treatment 25c S. C. DeWITT A CO.. Chicago, ZU. Sold by W. W. Albers wn. zmnER Decorating, If you are Paper in want o Hanging, of any Hardwood Finishing, CALL ON wn. zinncß, P. O. box, 215; telephone. No. 1540. Estimates given on abort notice. DeWitt’s Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve —don’t forget the name, and ac cept no substitute. Get DeWitt's. It’s good for pile* Sold by W. W. Albers. PERSONAL MENTION. I —R. B. Johns was in Antigo over Sun day. —Mrs. Fred W. Genrich went to Mer rill, on Friday. , —G. D. Jones was in Ohio, the past week on business. —C. B. Bird transacted business in Appleton last week. —Mrs. E. A. Gooding went to Ripon, Friday, on a brief visit. —Charles Weinfeld went to Oshkosh, Wednesday, on business. —H. M. Thompson, of Milwaukee, was in the city on business yesterday. —E. A Gooding went to Monico yes terday and from there to Chicago on business. —C. J. Winton has been in Montana the past week looking after his lumber interests. —W. F. -LaDu and C. S. Blair were up from Mosinee, Friday, attending the funeral of R. E. Parcher. —Jacob Gensman went to Schleissin gerville, last Thursday to be present at the funeral of his sister. —S. H. Alban came down from Rhinelander on Friday to attend the funeral of R. E. Parcher. —Mrs. Geo. F. Beilis departed Fri day night for Pasadena, Cal., where she will spend the winter. — : Chas. Pfeifer and Frank Mathie re turned Thursday from their trip to Si. Cloud, Minneapolis and Somerset. —Doctor Frank Kickbuscb arrived in the city Friday fora brief vacation. He is at present located in Milwaukee. —Mr. and Mrs. P C. Werie anu fam ily departed for Billings, Mont., on Fri day, where they will reside in the future. —Guy Gooding departed Wednesday for Wittenberg, where he will look after the interests of the Gooding-Myl rea Lumber Cos. —Robert Freeman, of the town of Emmet was among those who came to Wausau on Friday to attend the funeral of R. E. Parcher. —Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Single, Mr. and Mrs. Al. v uchac and G. J. Moses, all of Antigo, attemed the funeral of R. E Parcher on Friday. —jack Mylrea departed this morning for Monico, where he will look after the' logging interests of the Gooding- Mylrea Lumber Cos. —W. N. Allen departed Sunday even ing for Chicago. From there he ex pected to go to Missouri for a six weeks’ cruise in the woods. —Mrs. J. L Sturtevant, of Waupaca, joined her husband in this city last Fri day to make arrangements for coming to Wausau to reside permanently. —Jack Wall arrived in the city Fri day evening from Ballantine, Mich., where he has been employed for the past six months as a cook for a party of C. & N W. Ry. civil engineers. He reports that cruisers up in that country have been using snow shoes for severs! weeks and he was much surprised to find no snow in Wausau. MEETING OF DOCTORS. The annual meeting of the Marathon County Medical society will be held at the court house, on Friday, December 13th, 1907, at 8 o’clock p. m., for the purpose of electing officers for the ensu ing year, and listening to the various reports. At this meeting arrangements will be completed for the next meeting of the Councelor District society, which is to held in Wausau next month. CONFISCATED VENISON. Carl Boehm and son, William, of the town of Halsey, were brought to the city Thursday evening last by the undersheriff, John Sell, and on Friday appeared before Justice It N. Larner to answer to the charge of having vio lated the game laws. The father, it was charged, killed a deer on Nov. 20, without having procured a hunting license. The son killed a deer on Oct. 6, over a month before the season opened. The son entered a plea of guilty and was lined $25 and costs, amounting to s4l. The father pleaded not guilty and his trial was set for next Friday. The complaibt was made by J. R. DeLong of Chippewa Falls, a deputy game warden, who has been assisting the local deputy, John Foster. On Thursday the latter was called to the town of Kronenwetter to investi gate a report that a party of hunters were using dogs to hunt deer. He was piloted to the camp by the farmer who reported the offense. The hunters claimed they were hunting other game. Mr. Foster found the hind quarters of a large doe and a smaller one hanging in the woods, but as he had no proof that the party killed the deer he could not make any arrests. He made a diligent search for the balance of the carcases, but could not find them. He confiscat ed the vension and brought it to the city and sold it at the front door of the court house at auction sale. There were several bidders, among them two hotel proprietors and a restaurant man. Ti e bidding wan quite spirited for a time, one-quarter selling as high as $4 50. The four quarters brought •11.60. When Boehm is brought up Friday, it is said sufficient proof of his guilt will be offered to ensure bis conviction, un less he decides to plead guilty. Deputy Game Warden Foster expects to have some more parties hauled up before the week is over, for killing deer out of season. He expects to get evi dence this week against some parties who are dynamiting brook trout. WOOD WANTED. Sealed bids are wanted on maple body wood to be delivered in the quantities given below at the school buildings named herein, as follows : 370 cords 4 U. at High school 300 “ “ “ Franklin “ 200 “ “ “ Lincoln “ 85 ** “ “ Humboldt “ 85 “ 3 ft. “ Longfellow “ 85 “ “ “ Irving ” 15 “ 16 in. “ Grant “ 15 " •• “ Columbia “ Bids mast be filed with the city clerk before 12 o’clock m. Saturday, Dec. 14, and will be opened at 4 p. m. of that aay. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. n26-3t. Board of Education. Progressive whist, bridge whist and cinch cards, for sale at the Pilot office Prices nominal. tl. TURBIN of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for th past seventeen years, will again bo in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Thursday, Dec. 19 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M., and every fourth Thursday thereafter. I treat Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles and other Rectal Diseases, Kidney, Bladder and Lingering Ailments. I MAKE NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION, whether you take treatment or not. I want every one afflicted to come to my office where I will explain to him my method of curing these diseases. I invite in particular all those who have become dissatisfied with treatment elsewhere. I will explain to you why you have not been cured, and will demonstrate to your entire satisfaction why I can cure you safely, quickly and perma nently. My counsel will cost you nothing, but my charges for a perfect cure will be reasonable and not more than you will be willing to pay for the benefits conferred. I will do by you as I would want you to do by me if our cases were reversed. V AiiTiOP Tl/f prj If you are troubled with stupidness or are otherwise A kAAAg LULvll unfitted for business or study, you should consul! this specialist at once. Don’t delay until too late. Middle-Aged and Old Mankind There are thousands of you troubled with weak, aching backs and kidneys and other unmistakable signs. Many die of this difficulty, ignoraut of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success /"'J n 4-q which poisons the breath, stomach and lungs and paves the UduCtl A JJL WH y f or Consumption, also Throat, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder, aod all constitutional and internal troubles; also Rupture, Files, Fistula, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea and all diseases of the stomach and bowels treated far in advance of any institution in the country. *DI o T*l rl Diseases, Sores, Spots, Pimples, Scrofula, dl_lvi OxViLI. Tumors, Tetter and Eczema thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. T .oHipc If you are suffering from persistent Headache, Pains in Back, aud f ee | as if were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend to your household and social obligations, give the Doctor a call. He will cure you if you trust yourself to his care. A great many have taken treatment of this Specialist, and he can refer you to those who have been cured by him. your troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home Yy rITP by correspondence and medicine sent as directed. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Address all letters, giving street and number plainly. Address Doctor Turbin, 103 Randolph St., Chicago, 111. First publication Not. 12, last Dec. S. Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County.—in Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time op to, and including the first Tuesday of Jane, 1908 is hereby allowed to creditors of Herman Trittin, deceased, to present their claims for examina tion and allowance. Also that a'l claims so pre sented. will be examined and adjusted at a reg ular term of said connty oonrt to be held at the oonrt. house in the city of Wausau, on the first Tuesday of June, 1908, and on the first Tuesday of July, 1908. Dated November 12, 1907. By the court, Henry Miller, Connty Jndgo. M. W. Bwkkt, Attorney for Executors. First publication Dec. 8, last Jan. 7. Sheriff’s Sale- State of Wisconsin in Circuit Court Marathon Connty. August Anderson, Plaintiff, vs. Georgs 8. Johnston and Ollif Johns ton his wife, Hxnry French, William Hktt and Ben J . Uktt, Defendants. Notice is hereby given that pnrsnant to and by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and Bale, duly rendered in the above entitled action an the 27th day of November, 1906, and docketed in the office of the clerk of the above named court on said day, 1, Frank O’Connor, sheriff in and for Mara thon county, will offer for sale and sell at public miction to the highest bidder on the 16th day of January, A. D. 1918, at 10 o’clock iu the forenoon of that day. at the weet door of the court house in the city of Wansan, in said connty and state aforesaid, the following described premise, named in said judgment, or so mnch thereof as may be sufficient to raise the amount due to the plaintiff for principal, interest and costs, includ ing the cost of the salo, towit : Lot one ll) in block fourteen (14) of Stewart, Manson and Parcher’s first addition to the city of Wansan. Dated at Wansan, Wisconsin, this 30th day of November, A. D. 1907. Frank O’Connor, Sheriff of Marathon Connty. Brown, Pradt, Genrich and Anderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication Nov. 26, last Dec. 31. SherifTfi Sale. State of Wisconsin, Municipal Court of Mara thon County. M. P. Towle. Plaintiff, vs, Lydia Blum reich, Chari es Blumreich and Fred Loku, Defendants. In pursuance of a Judgment of foreclosure and sale made and entered In the above entitled action, bearing date the 221 day of November, 1906, and entered in the clerk or the Municipal Court’s office, on the 22d day of November, 1906,1, the Sheriff of the county of Marathon, will sell atpublie auction, at the front door of the Court House, in the city of Wauaau, countv of Marathon, and state of Wisconsin, on the 7th day of January, 1908, at 10 o'clock in tbe fore noon of that day, the following described prem iles The south-west quarter of the south-west quarter of section thirty-five (36.) in township thirty (80) north, of range ten (10) east, in the county of Marathon and state of Wisconsin. Dated the 23rd day of November. 1907. B. A. Cady. Frank O’Connor, Plaintiff’s Attorney. Sheriff. First publication Nov. 12, ast Dec. 8. Order of Hearing Petition to Sell Real Estate to Pay Debts. Etc. Btate of Wisconsin, Gounty Conrt for Marathon County. In the matter of the estate of I , Frederick W. Fritach, deceased. / lD Grooato. On readiDg and filing the petition of Mary K. Fritach, administratrix of the estate of Fred erick W. Fritsch, deceased, representing, among other things, that said deceased died seized of certain real estate therein deecribed. and that it is necea-ary to sell or incumber the same to pay the dehta of aaid deceaaed, and praying for licena- to sell the same, and it appearing to the court that the personal estate in the bauds of said administratrix is snfficient to pay the debts of the said deceased, and expenses of adminis tration, and that it is nscessaiy to sell or incum ber all of said real estate for that purpose: It ie ordered that aaid petition be heard at a special term of said county court to be held in and for s“id county, at the court house jo the city of WfliHtno, on the Mcond Tnwday, (befog the lOth Hay) of December A. T>. 1907, at ton o’clock a. m. It is farther ordered that this order be poo liehed at least four successive weeks before said day for the beams of said petition, in the Wausau Pilot, a weekly new*paper published at the city of Wartisan- in said county, and that a copy thereof be *er?d personally on M. B. Kosenberry. guardian ad litem, and on all per sons interested in the said estate and residing in this connty at least twenty days before snch day. Dated November 6, 1907. By the coart. Henby Miller, County Jnd,;T B. A. Cady, Attorney. (First publication Doc. 8, last Dec. 24.) Notice of Final Settlement and As signment- Slate of Wisconsin, County Court for MarathoD County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a regular term of the oonnty court to t held in and for said county, at The oonrt houae in the city of Wao sau, in said county, on the first Toeeday. (being the seventh day) of January. A. D. 1808, at 10 o’clock A. MI., the following matters will be heard and considered: The application of Aagnst Beckmann, admin istrator of the estate of Dora Beckmann, late of the town of Hamburg, in said county, deceased, for the examination and allowance of hi* final account of his administration, and for the as signment of the residue of the estate of Dora Beckmann, deceased, to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated Dec. X, 1907. By order of the court, Henry Miller, County Jndge. There is something about Kennedy’s Laxative Cough Syrup that makes it different from others, as it causes a free yet gentle action of the bowels through which the cold is forced out of the system. \t the same tide it heals irritation and allays inflammation of the throat and lungs. It is pleasant to take. Children like it. Contains no opiates nor narcotics. Sold by W. "W. Albers. First publication Not. 10, Inst Do. 24. Summons- Circuit Court, Marathon County. Nichols & Hhepard Company, Plaintiff, 1 TS. James Blackley, Mrs. James Blackley, hi* I wife, if there be each a persoc, John D. I Crowley, Mn*. John 1). Crowley, hi* wife, I if there be each a person, the unknown v heirs of any or either of the foregoing who may be dead, and the unknown | owners of the of the oe% of section I 29, township 26 north, range 4 east, Mar-1 athon county, Wisconsin, Defendants. J State of Wisconsin, to the said defendants, and each of them: Yon 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 aforeeaid; and in case of yonr failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against yon according to the demand of the complaint, of which a oopy is herewith served npon yon. KREUTZEiI, BIRD A ItoSRNBERRY, Plaintiff's Attorneys. P. O. Address, Wansan, Marathon county, Wis consin. Note: The above entitled action affects the title to the premises described in the caption and the complaint is on tile with the clerk of said conrt. First publication Nov. 19, last Dec. Kd. Notice of Final Settlement and Assign ment- State of Wisconsin, County Conn 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 the oonrt house in the city of Wansan in said county, on the said 3rd Tuesday, (being the 17th day) of December, A. D. 1907. at it) o’clock a. n>., the following matters will be heard and considered : The application of Kffie P. Gardner, admin istratis of the estate of ('harles A. Gardner, late of the village of Moeinee in said c only, de ceased, for the examination and allowance of her final aoconnt of her administration, and for the assignment of the reeidne of the estate of Charles A. Gardner, deceased, to such other persons as are by law entitled to the name. Dated November 14th, 1907. By order of the conrt, Hrnry Miller, County Jndge. Brown, Pbadt, Genriou and Andkrhon, Attorneys. First publication Nov. 19, laat, Den. 8. Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin, Conoty Conrt for Marathon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the special terra of the county court to be held in and for said county, at the conrt house in the city of Wan san, in said connty, an the third Toeeday, (being the 17th day) of December. A. D. 3907, at 10 o’olock a. m., the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Frederick Krdman to admit to probate the last will and testament of Fred erick Krdman. late of the town of Wansan. in said oonnty. deceased, and for letters testament ary thereon to be issned to Frederick Krdman, of town of Wansan. Dated November 18, 1907. By order of ' he col?*. Henry Miller, Count) Jndgrf. Kroner Si Kinole, Attorneys. NOTICE Is hereby given that the following application for an ordinance was filed In the office of the city clerk, In the city of Wausau, this 2nd day of November, A. D. 1907. To the Common Council of the City of Wau sau, Wisconsin: Gentlemen: Application is hereby made by the Chicaoo anp North Western Railway Company for the passage by your Honorable Body of such ordi nance as you may deem expedient to enact that shal! grant to said railway company the right to construct, maintain and operate a rail road track of standard gauge upon, over and across Third avenue In the city of Wausau, Wis consin, at a point about six hundred and eigbty two (682) feet south of the south line of Thomas street. Dated at Chicago, Illinois, November twen tieth, A. 1). 1907. Chicaoo and North Western Railway Company, d2-2t • By J. K. Cleveland, Land Commissioner. PHILIP DEAnT~ Architect id Spnltai, McKinley Block, WawD.fis. 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