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CHICAGO AND KOBTBWIfITIBK RAILWAY. Leave Arrive Waaean Waneaa 1 2:42a.in. 1:30a.m. Oahkoah,Fonddal*e. ',7:16a.m. 3:10a.m Milwaukeeand Chicago, "1'2:30 p.m. 12.-04p.ci' j 11:15p.m. 9:56p.m' . .. .... . -i 10:00a.m. 9:06a.m. Artljro.Bhinelander, V 7:60 p. m. 2:38p.m Harley and Ashland, -.10a.®; 1 l:80a.m. 2:42a.m. Marshfield,St. Paul, f 906a.m. 10:00a.m. MinneapoUsand west |T2:O4p. m. 4:00 p.m.. tßnndays only. j 9:56 p. m. 11:15 p.m. Parloroaron day trains. Train p. m.has sleeper for Milwaukee and Chicago. Trainleaving at 1:80 a. m. has sleeper and re dining chair car for Bt. Paul and Minneapolis. Tloketssold and baggage checked to all impor tant points in the United States, Car nd Mexico, D.MoNauohtoh 0.. M. * st. r. RAILWAY. For Chicago, Miiwankeeand west, daily 7 :46 For Chicago, Milwaukee and west, daily exceptßonday....~——• " For the north, daily, except SntuW 9:10 a. . For the north, Bnndays only •• 1:1° P- . For Tomahawk, daily, except Sunday- • 7:45 p. . Cloee connections are made With 10:40 a. : .. train for all points in Southern Wisconsin ui a Northern Illinois. Tickets on sale and baggage checked to desti nation. M. F. Golden, Agent. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. Wausau Laundry Cos. cleans carpets The Third Reg’t., to which Cos. G of this city belongs, will go into camp this year on July 11. Dr. Turbin, the en.lna. German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, March 12. A bill for anew SIOO,OOO post office building in the city of Appleton, has been favorably reported in the Senate. W. G. Witter, who has been confined to his home for a month with the grip is now able to be up and is improving. Wanted— A neat girl to do second work. Apply at N. Heinemann’s, 604 Franklin street. f 25-tf. Gen. King, of Milwaukee, is expected in tho city before long, to make an in spection of Cos. G. The company is drilling twice a week at present. If you are in need of shingles call and see our large assortment and get prices before buying elsewhere, tf. Barker & Stewart Lumber Cos. The south bound passenger train on the St. Paul road Thursday morning was delayed in reaching here, owing to a wreck at Irma. Several box cars ran into the ditch and turned turtle. Mrs. Jlulda Sauerhering, a former resident of Wausau, died recently at the home of her brother in Arizona. The funeral was held Thursday in May ville, Wis. She left this city several years ago. The Wisconsin State Press associa tion meets in Menomonie on Tuesday and Wednesday, March 10 and 11th. The citizens cf that place have offered a prize of 5150.00S 1 50.00 to the paper that writes the best ‘article about the city. How’s that for enterprise. Jos. Vawickro3ki, arrested two weeks ago'upon suspicion of being the party who brutally assaulted Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald of the town of Emmet on the night of July 4, 1906, was brought into court Saturday. Mrs. Fitzgerald not being able to identify him he was discharged. Chas. Hoffman, a resident of t' r n of Easton, died Wednesday. 1 s sixty-one years of age, and had j and in tuis couuty for the past tweni.. e years. He is survived by six chiidi i. The funeral was held yesterday aftt •- noon, lu-v. F. Buerger.conducting st •- vices. An IrUh-American club has been or ganized i* . Wausau with officers as fol lows : President, P. F. Curran ; vice president, Dr. P. J. Taugher; treasurer, Jas. Brown ; secretary, W. C. Brawley. A committee has been appointed to secure some good speaker for St. Pat rick’s day. A dispatch in the Milwaukee Free Press on Thursday states: “The resig nation of the Rev. Paul J. Gehm as pastor of the Evangelical Friedeus church has been formally accepted by his congregation. Mr. Gehm has ac cepted a call to the Salem church of Chiliicothe, O.” Mr. Gehm is married to a daughter of Rev. and Mrs. F. Schaer ind was born and reared in this city. Mrs. Jos. Gusman, residing in the town of Weston near Kelly, died last Tuesday afternoon from comriications following child birth. The fuueral was he J from the Polish church in this city Friday morning. She is survived by her husband, two children and her par ents. She was twenty-eight years of age. The casket in which she was buried was made by her father, accord ing to a Polish custom. The Lenten season begins tomorrow, March i and continues until Easter Sunday, April 19. The season of Lent is perhaps more generally observed by people of all dominations than any other holiday or period of the Catholic or Episcopal churches, the religious rules of which, advise strict observance of the season by meditation and fasting. There will be nothing doing in a social way in Wausau during the two months of the Lenten period. An examination will be conducted b.v the local board of the civil service com mission on Mrrch 14 in the court house It will be for the benefit of those who desire to accept an appointment as dep uty oil inspector for this district. No. •‘it vice the present incumbent, Geo. A. Haider, who was appointed last Tues day to succeed the late Aug. F. Kroeu ing. Applicants must be twenty-one years of age or over and must be a resident of this district. The district includes all of Marathon county except thd villages of Athens and Milan. The duties of the oil inspector are to test every shipment of oil received at the ic-cal warehouse. m SEEDSH If SPECIAL OFFER:Ik ■VWsJr to bIU Hew BLe*. A trial will^B V make you oar psrmausnt customer. V V PflK ££&S3?S2!£tl I UCUUKTIU T* PUASt ( Write tty-day; Mention this Paper. I I I ft ? SEND 10 CENTS M V •xrrm P— ml poet in* ud ncn tkU rslMkle 1 E mOmUm* Bw4> pootfaM. tar*hr *■!> r J Kyill. hctttt, Attend the Wausau Business college, Wausau, Wis. a 6-tf The Carroll College Glee club will give a concert in Wausau, on Tuesday, April 7th. L. E. Spencer. M. D., office in the McKinley block, corner of Third and McClellan streets. tf Dr. F. C. Nichols, we understand, will build a house on the Schofield road near the Means bill in the spring. Miss Jennie Madden, who has beeD ill nearly all winter, has so far recovered that she was able to leave for Minocqua Wednesday, where she will visit at the home of her uncle for a time. Robert A. McDonald has been recom menced by Congressman Morse as post master of Grand Rapids to succeed A. L. Fontaine. Mr. Fontaine has been postmaster for eight years or more. The Irish-American club has prevailed upon Rev, Fr. Ambrose Murphy of North LaCrosse, to deliver the St. Pat rick’s day address in this city. The club will also prepare a musical pro gram to enliven the evening. Henry McCrossen purchased a new launch last week to place on Plum lake, at his summer cottage. It is a very fine boat and will hold a dozen people. It has a six-horse power motor which will give it all ihe speed necessary. Fred M. Logr.n of this city, has pur chased the stock of C. Althen & Cos. at Wausau and will engage in the general merchandise business there. He ex pects to move bis family up there in the near future.—Grand Rapids Tribune. Geo. Haider was last week appointed oil inspector for this district, vice Aug. Kroening, who committed suicide on the Saturday previous. His terri tory comprises all of Marathon county, except thevillages of Milan and Athens. The Alexander Stewart Lumber Co.’s mill was started iu operation Wednes day morning and will cut hardwood until the ice in the river breaks up, when hemlock and pine will be sawed. The Jacob Mortenson Lbr. Co.’s mill started Thursday and will run day and night on a stock of hardwood. Present prospects point to a building boom next summer between this city and Schofield. Two new houses went up last fall below the Means hill as a starter. A number o' Wausau people who are now paying rent will build homes of their own in that sec tion next summer, and are having plans drawn for the same now. Rev. T. B. T. Fisher will preach on the following subjects during the month of March and first week in April: How Much Can We* Bel.eve of The Trinity March 8 The Atonement “ 15 Conversion “ 22 Salvation “ 29 Prayer April 5 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Witter were married just 40 years on Thursday, February 27th. The day was a quiet one because of Mr. Witter havirg been sick for some time and only near rela tives and a few friends stepped in to extend their congratulations. May they live to celebrate their diamond weddiDg anniversary, is the sincere wish of the Pilot. Ladies’ Assembly No. 321, E. F. U , gave a card party in Elks’ hall on Thursday afternoon which was largely attended, more than five hundred be ing present. Mesdames G. W. Mills and Carl Haase respectively won first and second prizes, while Mrs. L. Ed wards scored the lowest number of points and was honored accordingly. “Dr.” John Till, the Somerset healer, was recently found guilty of pricticing medicine without a license and was fined by a Glenwood justice the maxi mum fine of SIOO and costs. He will take an appeal and fight the case. The prosecution was secured through the testimony of a man who said Till had treated him for rheumatism and cured him. More advertising for Till. Dr. (Jhas. E. Balassa, with whom the anthorities have had more or less trouble in the past few months, was ar rested again Wednesday evening. He will be started on a journey to his native country, Hungary, tonight. This is compliance with an order is sued at the time he was last released from the state hospital for insane. When under the influence of stimu lents he assumes an ugly mood. Ed. Farley, arrested a week ago, charged with pointing a revolver at Ed. Smith, a resident of Kelly, was up for examination Saturday and entered a plea of not guilty. He was sent back to jail to await trial. At the time of his arrest Farley, who is evidently a tramp or a crook, carried a murderous looking revolver, with a barrel six inches long, every chamber of the cylinder loaded. The authorities have been unable* to learn anything about his pasc life. Anna Borchardt, aged thirty-eight, wile of Fred Borchardt, a resident ® the town of Texas, died Friday after a five days’ illness following childbirth. She was married at the age of twenty years, and had been a resident of the county all her life. She is survived by her husband and four children. The funeral was held this afternoon at ’Ut o’clock from the home with servicer, at St. Peter's church at two o’clock, Rev. F. Buerger, officiating. Her husband was serving on the jury at the time the sad news came to him. Marshfield News: Charles Forrestal, the Dancy drainage contractor, while in the city last week, said everything was in readiness to begin work and that the big dredger would be started this week. All the machinery is on the grounds except one car load which was lost on tho way. Considerable help will be needed to carry ou the work, the kind most needed at present being men handy with tools. The boarding bouse and sleeping quarters are on the dredge boat. Mr. Forrestal will move his family here as soon as he cau find a suitable house. A party was given at the home of E. M. James on Wednesday evening to those who accepted the hospitality of the James Music Cos. last summer when a party visited Pine lake in Shawano county for an outing. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Gill, Jr., and daughters, Merl and Evelyn, Mrs. C. F. Woodward and daughters Dorothy and Prudentia, Mrs. M. T. Reeves, the Misses Flora Braeger, Clata Roach, Nettie Garett, Mabel Parcher, Edith Hughes, Mabel Benson, Gertrude Boi ler, Gertrude James and Ruby Smith. Games were played, refreshments were served and a very pleasant time was had by all CAN’T BE SEPARATED. Some Wausau People Have Learned How to Get Rid of Both. Backache and kidney ache are twin brothers. You can’t separate them. And you can’t get rid of the backache until you cure the kidney ache. If the kidneys are well and strong, the rest of the system is pretty sure to be in vigorous health. Doan’s Kidney Pills make strong, healthy kidneys. Louis Huff, of 200 Brewery St., Stevens Point, Wis., says: “For a number of years I was troubled wita pain in the loins and weakness in the back, and often times I have worked in misery and distress. Many a day I could hardly wait until time to go home and then I'would be so tired out, but only to find that I could not rest as I was unable to find comfort in any position. If I fell asleep I would wake again and again, suffering with pain Ibat would make me feel as if my back was breaking, and in the morning would be utterly exhausted. I tried various remedies without benefit, but at last began using Doan’s Kidney Pills. The third night I slept until morning without a break and since that day 1 have never had a backache nor any return of my old trouble. That was eighteen months ago and the cure has been permanent.” Plenty more proof like this from Wausau people. Call at W. W. Albers’ drug store and ask what customers report. For sale by all oealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mill urn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan’s— and take no other. NOTICE. To the General Puolic: Be it hereby known that the Wilsou & Hurd Mfg. Cos , of Wausau, Wis.. has changed its firm name to Wilson Hurd company. f25 w3. Dr. W. T. Lawrence, dentist. Over Dunbar’s jewelry store. Telephone No. 1782. nl2-tf Progressive whist, bridge whist and cinch cards, for sale at the Pilot office Prices nominal. tf Be careful about that little cough. Get something right away; some good, reliable remedy that will move the bowels. Kennedy’s Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently yet promptly on the bowels and allays inffamation at the same time. It is pleasant to take and is especially recommended for children, as it tastes nearly as good as maple sugar. Sold by W. W. Albers. If Your Eyes Are Sound It would be a pleasure to you to be told so after a search ing’ examination, wouldn’t it ? But in case there should be some trouble it would be worth a good deal to know that, top, wouldn’t it ? Our Services are at Your Command We can give you an exam ination according to science of optics and for all ailments of vision relief is certain and quick by the aid of right glasses. Ingraham Jeweler and Optician 16 years’ experience For Weak Kidneys Inflammatio.l of the blad der, urinary troubles and backache use DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pilla A Week’s Treatment 25c X. C. DWXTT * CO.. ClUcaco, XIX. Sold by W. W. Albers why MATHIE BEER 13 ALWAYS PURE We Manufacture Our Own Malt. We Use Nothing But Choice Hops. We Have Our Own Pipe-Driven Well - Producing Water As dear As The Morning Sun. If You Have Never Seen Aay Glass L.iameled Ste and Tanks CaU and We Will Show You Some. Red Ribbon and Weisensteioer " OTr ““ Regustereti V. S. Potent Office 1906. Try a Case and be Convinced .... Mathie Brewing Cos. into the food and the doctors tell y° u what results there- from. —can’t chip into food —no fear Will Last for 25 Years Light and convenient to han- Hiljl Montgomery Hardware Cos. Thu Largest anil Most Modem Bravery in Norton 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. fllagk Pooks Special Ffliliiyg Magazine agd Library pigdigg Pagtphlets Pooklefcs Elfec.g Etc. This is what Hon. Jake Moore, State Warden of Georgia, says of Kodol for Dyspepsia: “E C. DeWitt & Cos.. Chi cago, lll.—Dear Sirs—l have suffered more than twenty years from indiges tion About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that, I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything on my stomach. I lost 25 lbs,;in fact I made up my mind that I could not live but a short time, when a friend of mine recommeneded Kodol. 1 consented to try it to please him and I was better in one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and aiu in better health than for many years. Kodol did it. I keep a bottle constantly, and write this hoping that humanity will be benetitted. Yours very truly, Jake C. Moore, Atlanta, Aug. 10, 1904.” Sold by W. W. Albers. wn. zinnEß Decorating, If you are 0 Paper in want 6 Hanging, of any 0 Hardwood Finishing, CALL ON wn. zmncß, P. O. box, 2t5; telephony. No. 1540. Estimates given on short notice. PIMSBI Wfcat a Sttl.r CanS*curo In WESTERN CANADA 160 Actm Land FBKP. 20 to 40 Bushel* Wheat to the Acre. 40 to 90 Budiak Osts to the Acre. 35 to 50 Buahets Barter to the Arre. Timber for Fencing end Building. FREE. Good Lew. with Low Taxation. Splendid Railroad Facilities and Low Rate*. School, and Churche. Convenient. Satiaf.ctory Market, for all ProdnctioiM. Good Climate and Perfect Health. Chances for Profitable Investment.. Some of thelchoicest grain-producing lands In Saskatchewan and Alberta may now be acquired In these most healthful and prosperous sections under the Revised Homestead Regulations by which entry may be made by proxy (on certain conditions), by the father, mother, son. daughter, brother or sister of intending homesteader. Entry fee in each case is SIO.OO. Por pamphlet, "Last Best West." particulars asto rates, routes, best time to go and where to locate, apply to Tt O. CURRIE Room 12 B. Callahan B’k.. Milwaukee, Wis. Canadian Government Agent DeWitt’s Little Early Risers, small, safe, sure little liver pills. Sold by W. W. Albers. J. J. Lohijiar Printer, Boot Binder aid Blank Boot Manufacturer 216 Third St. Wausau MORGAN BROS. Elegant Bigefarnished on short notice, boarding by the day nr week. Prices the Tory lowest. Corner Second and Jefferson streets. PkosslOSft. Needles, Parts and Supplies foe both Wheeler £c Wilson and Singer Machine! SOLD ONLY BY SINGER 6EWIMC MACHINE CO. LOCAL STORE 209 Washington Street O. B. K.AROSS, Manager. (ret DeVVitt’B Carooiized Witch Hazel Salve —it is healing, sootuing and cool ing. It is good for piles. Sold by W. W. Albers. philip dean, ~ ~ Architect id Sepeiteott, McKinley Block, WaiMlfil PERSONAL MENTION. —H. M. Thompson, of Milwaukee, was in the city on Thursday. —l)r. A. B. Rosenberry, of Arbor Vitae, was in the city Friday. —Judge R. B. Salter, of Colby was in the city, Saturday, cn business. —Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Partridge left for Waupaca county, Friday, on a brief visit. —Miss Nina Kickbusch departed for Chicago on Thursday night, for a stay of several weeks. —Chas. Turner returned home Satur day from Cleveland, Ohio, where he had been to attend a meeting of the box makers. —Mrs. |A. L. Kreutzer will depart for Hot Springs, Ark., tomorrow to join her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Knox, of Duluth. Mrs. Kreutzer will be ab sent several weeks. —Rev. T. B. T. Fisher departed today for Milwaukee to attend the meeting of the State Fellowship Ordination com mittee, of the Ur'versalist church, of which he is a member, to examine a candidate for ordination to the ministry. —Mrs. C. C. Parlin and little daughter who have been visiting in Terre Haute, Ind.; Chatanooga, Tenn.; Greenwood, and Gulfport, Miss., and New Orleans, La., are expected to return to Wausau next Saturday. They are in New Orleans today at the Mardi Gras car nival. A train crew on an extra freight, pull ing out of the city over the St. Paul tracks, discovered what was apparently an attempt to wreck a train, Saturday morniug. In passing over the crossing of the C. &. N. W. at Wausau Jet., the crew noticed that every wheel on one side of the train struck some obstruction and the train was stopped and an in vestigation made. It was found that a piece of iron had been wedged in be tween one of the rails and the guard rail. It was removed and detectives of the company notified. The cars of the freight train were all heavily loaded, otherwise one or more of them might have left the track and a serious wreck resulted. PROVED STRENGTH OF HABIT. New York Business Man Had Poor Idea of Economy. “Some people have queer ideas of economy, don’t they?” said a Wall street man. “The other day I was waiting with a man on an ‘L’ station to go down town. He saw a friend on the opposite platform and called over to him to come across and go down with him to his office on a matter of business. The man said he would, and after asking the ticket chonper to pass the word over that his faro was paid handed out a cigar to the chop per and came over to our side. He was greeted with a laugh by the man who had called to him, and naturally asked what it was for. ‘Didn’t you give that ticket chopper a 15-cent cigar?’ asked the friend. The man admitted that he gave the kind he usually smoked. ‘Well,’ said the other, ‘why didn’t you just oome across with out saying anything about it, pay ycfiir fare and save a dime?’ The man rubbed his chin and looked serious. He had become so accustomed to tip ping everybody for any sort of favor that he never thought ol' the other plan.—N. Y. Press. NOW TALK OF OVER-EDUCATION. Complaint in Germany That it is Made Too Accessible. In Germany there is a strong move ment against over-education of the masses. The complaint is that too many schools of various kinds exist and that education is made too accessv ble. The result is an “intellectual proletariat”—a largo and growing class of educated men for whom there are no places in the professions and the various services of the state. The salaries or earnings of engineers, phy sicians, lawyers, teachers, architects, and so on, have steadily decreased by reason of excessive competition or overshpply of the market. The teach ing profession, in particular, is so con gested that men have to wait years and years for permanent positions, with the benefits connected with them. And it is a fact that this “intellectual proletariat” furnishes thousands of recruits to the social democracy, the party of discontent and radical ideas about Bocial reorganization.—Los An geles Times. Walked Fourteen Miles to Preach. When Rev. Samuel Unsworth of the Trinity Episcopal church found him self at Verdi with a wreck at Calvada, which would prevent his reaching Reno by train in time to occupy his pulpit for the services, he took off his long black coat and putting it un der his arm counted ties for 14 miles to this city. He entered the church tired and dusty, slipped on his coat and walked from the vestry door just in time to meet his congregation, who did not hear about his journey on foot until after his sermon had been deliv ered, one of the best sermons of the day in Reno.—Reno Letter to San Francisco Chronicle. Sailor and Author Compared. Mark Twain was talking about a play that had failed. "No wonder it failed,” he said. “Its author was a greenhorn. He knew no more of stagecraft than young Tom Bowling of Harvard knew of sailoring when he shipped before the mast. “Greenhorn Tom, you know, being told to go aloft one dark, wet night, started up the rigging with a lantern and tin umbrella.” The Passing of the Double Eagle. According to the Columbia State a nice, fat hen would look better on the new gold coins than the eagle with the feathered legs. But only think of calling a S2O gold piece a double hen! —Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Czar’s Heir. The Russian imperial children lead a healthful outdoor life, for tho most part at Tsarskoe-Seio, always with a powerful guard of soldiers and secret police agents just beyond their range of vision. It is a wonder that the poor little grand duke, who is the heir to the dignity of czar, is not already overwhelmed by his title. Hia greatest joy in life at present (he is nearly three-and-a-half) is a gollv-wog dressed in blue and red, for possession of which he occasionally lights with his youngest sister, Princess Anastasia, who is six years old. n R. TURBIN of Berlin, Germany, tlie Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past seventeen years, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Thursday, March 12 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 try 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. VTUT £ATI H you are troubled with stupidness or are oibrwise JL UUlig HivLl unfitted for business or study, you should consult 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, ignorant of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. YvVl w *iich poisons the breath, stomach and lungs and paves the vulilii way for Consumption, also Throat, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder, and all constitutional and internal troubles; alsc Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea and all diseases of the stomach and bowels treated far in advance of any institution in the country. onH QTrifl diseases, Sores, Spots, Pimples, Scrofula, DIUUU dUU till ALL Tumors, Tetter and Eczema thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. TANARUS" _ J Z if you are suffering from persistent Headache, Pains in Back, XjHivimS aa d feel as if it 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 Suecialist, and ne can refer you to those who liavu been cured by him. ■m • i your troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at home AA/ T**|TO 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 Feb 11, last Feb. 26. Notice of Final Settlement and Assign ment. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County —In Probate. Notice is hereby siren that at a special terra of the county court to be help in and for said conp ty. a* the court house, in the city of Wausau, in anid coontv- ou the said 2nd Tuesday, (beina tho 10th day) of March, A. D. 1908. at 10 oclock a. m.. the following matters will be heard and con- The application of Thomas Malone, executor of the will of Wei dl Stark, late of the town of Know'ton. in said county, deceased, for the examination and allowance of hie final account of hie administration, and for the aasignment of the residue of the estate of \\ endl Stark, de ceased, to ench other persona ae are by law en lit led to the same. Dated February 7th, 1908. Bv order of the court, ilknby Miller, County Judge. Brown, Phadt, Gknrioh & Anderson, • Attorneys. First publication Feb. 11, last March 3. Notice to Creditors Slate of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County :—ln Probat*. Notics is hereby given that the time op to, and inclnding the first Tuesday of 1908, is hereby allowed to creditors or August Springer, deceased, to present their claims for examination and allowance. Also that all claims so presented, will be examined and ad justed at a regular term of said ooun< ty court to be held at the coort house in the city of V\ ansan, on the first Tuesday of October, 1908. Dated February Bth, 1908. By the court, „ ... Henry Miller, County Judge. Regner & Binglk, Attorneys. _ First publication Feb. 11, last March 3. Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin. Conroy Court for Marathon Connty In Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time up to, and including the first Tuesday of September, 1908. is hereby allowed to creditors of Emelie ilaase. rlAoaased, to pre*f claims for examma ,ton sented, will be examined and adjusted at a regu lar term of said connty court to be held at the coort house in the city of iV ansau, on the first Tuesday of September, 1908, and the first Ines day of October, 1908, Dated February Bth, 1906. By the court, ... Henry Miller, County Judge. Regner & Ringle, Attorneys. First publication F'eb. 11, last Feb. 26. Probate Notice- State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon Connty.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the special term of the oonnty court to be held in and for said connty, at the court house in the city of Wao sau. in said connty, on the aecond Tneedajr, (being the 10th day) of March, A. D. 1908, at 10 o’clock a. m., the following matter wtll be heard and considered: ... The application of Alice Dinwoodie to admit to probate the last will and tsatament of D. L Dinwoodie, late of the town of Bergen, in said connty, deceased, and for letters testamentary to sole legatee thereon to be issued to Alice Dinwoodie, of said town. Dated February 10,1906. By order of the court, Hen by Miller, Connty Judge. Bbcwn, Pbadt, Denbigh & Andrbbon, Attorneys. First publication Jan. 21, last Fab. 25, Summons. Municipal Court, Marathon County. Martena Hunt, Plaintiff, VB. Charles Hunt, „ Defendant, The State of Wisconsin, :-To the Hid Defend ant: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty dayß after service _of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and defeod the above entitled action in the court aforesaid: and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you acoording to the demand of the complaint, B. A. Cadt, Plaintiff's Attorney. P. O. Address— Bimamwood, ohawano Cos., Wis. First publication Feb. 25, last March 31 • Sheriff's Sale- Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an execution, duly issued out of the circuit court of Marathon county, Wisconsin, to the Sheriff of Marathon county, upon a judgment rendered and docketed in said Court on the 27th day of March, 1905, wherein the Northwest Thresher company is plaintiff and James Hendricks and William Kennedy are defendants. Not being able to satisfy said judgment out of the personal property of the Hia defendants, I have levied on the following described premises, to-wit: The south west quarter (%) of the south west quarter (Vi), and the south west quarter 04) of the south east quarter 04). of section twenty-six (26), town twenty-seven (27, north, of range five (5) east; also the north west quarter of the south east quarter ()4>. *nd the south west quarter (4). of south esst quarter 04), of section thirty-five [35 J, town twenty-seven |27J north, of range five 1 5J east; also the north west quarter 14 J of the south west quarter [*4], and the north east quarter-!!4J of the south east quarter [%). and the north west quarter 04) ot the south east quarter 1%) all of section twenty-eix, town twency-esven north, of range five (6) esst, of Hid Marathon county, Wisconsin, containing two hundred and eighty acres (280) more or lees according to the government survey, juid will sell at public auction to the higheet bidder on the 14th day of April, 1908, at the boor of ten o’clock in the forenoon of said day at the Sheriff's office, in the ooart bouse, in the city of Wausau, Marathon county. Wisconsin, all the right, title and interest of the said William Kennedy and James Hendricks in and to the above described lands and premises, on the day when said judgment was docketed in Marathon county, or any time thereafter, or so much there of as shall be neeeeeao to satisfy said judgment end costs of said sale Dated at Waueau, Wis.. tbia 15th day of Feb ruary, A. D. IRA. Franz O’Coxkor, Sheriff of Marathon county, Wisconsin. Gkrrit Thorn, Plaintiff’s Attorney, 81 Main street. Oshkosh, Wie. Kodol is today the beat known and most reliable remedy (or ail disorders of the stomach, such as dyspepsia, heart burn, sour stomach and L'elcbing of gas. Kodol contains the same jnices found in a healthy stomach. Kodol is pleasant to take. It is guaranteed to give relief and is sold here by W. W. Albers. First publication Jan. 21, last Feb. 26,1908. Sheriff’s Sale- State of Wisconsin in Mnnicipal Court Marathon County. August Anderson, Plaintiff, v. Deokok 8. Johnston and Oli.ie Johns ton his wife, Henry French, William Hktt and Ben J. Hktt, Defendants. Notice is hereby given that pnrsnant to and by virtue of|a judgment of foreclosure and sale, dnlv rendered in the above entitled action on the 27th day of November, lHOfi, and docketed in the office of the clerk of the above named court on said day, 1, Frank O’Oo.inor, sheriff in and for Mara them connty, will offer for sale and sell at public auotion to the highest hiduer on the 6th day of March, A. D. 1908, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of that day, at the west door of the conrt house in the city of Wanted, in said connty and state aforesaid, the following described premises named in said jndgment, or so inuch thereof as may be sufficient to raise the amount dne to the plaintiff for principal, interest and costs, inclnd ing the cost of the sale, towit : Lot one (1) in block fourteen (14) of Stewart, Munson aud Parcher’s first addition to the rit.y of Wausan. Dated at Wausau, Wisconsin, this 16th day of January, A. D. 19(8. Frank O’Connor, Sheriff of Marathon Connty. Brown, Pradt. (1 enrich and Anderson, Attorneys for Plaintiff. FTrst publication Feb. 4, last Feb. 25. Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Marathon County:—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time np to, anti Inclnding the first Tuesday of Augoet, 1908 is hereby allowed to creditors of'Angnet F. Benz, deceased, to present their claims for exsmiua tion and allowance. Also that all claims so presented, will be examined and adjnsted at, a regular term of said oonnty conrt to be held at. the oonrt house in the city of Wansan on the first Tuesday of September, 1908. Dated February 4, 1908. By the Conrt, Henry Hiller, Connty Judge. Brown, Pbadt, Denbigh <Jfc Andkrkon, Attorneys. F'irst publication Feb 18, last March 10. Notice of Final Settlement and As signment. State of Wisconsin, Connty Conrt for Marathon Connty.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that st ft special term of the connty conrt to be held iu and for said oonnty, at the conrt h use in the city of Whq san. in said connty, on the said third Tnesday, (being the 17th day) of March, A. D. 1908, at 10 o’clock a. m., the following mntters will be heard and considered: The application of William L. Fitzgerald, executor of the will of Nancy Fitzgerald, late of the city of Wansan. in said connty, deceased, for the examination and allowance of his final account of his administration, and for the as signment of the residue of the estate of Nancy Fitzgerald, aforesaid, deceased, to snch other persons as are by law entitled to theeame. Dated February 14, 1908. By order of the court, Henry Miller, County Judge. Brayton FI. Smith, Attorney. First publication Feb. 25, last March 17. Notice of Final Settlement and Assign ment- State of Wisconsin, Connty Court for Marathon County:—lu Probate. Notioe is hereby given that at special term of the county court to be held in and for said connty, at the court house, in the city of Wau sau, iu said connty, on the said fourth Tnesday, (being the 24th day) of Maroh, A 1). 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m., the following matters will be beard and considered : The application of Mary K. Fritsch, adminis tratrix of the estate of Fr.-derich W. Fritsch, late of the town of Norrie, in said county, deceased, for the examination and allowance of the final account of her administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of said Frederich W. Fritsch, deceased, to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated February 18, 1906. By order of the court, HEN It V MILLER, Connty Judge. B. A. Cady, Attorney for Estate. First publication March 3, last March 17. Probate Notice State of Wisconsin, Connty Court for Marathon Connty.—ln Probate. Notioe is hereby given that at the regnlar term of the county court to be held in and for said connty at the court house in the city of Wansan, in said county, on the tir*t Tnesday, (being the 7th day) of April, A. D. 1908, at ten o’clock a. m., the following matter will be heard aud con sidered : .... The application of Henry Margelowsky for the appointment of Gustav MargeJowaky. of the town of Hewitt, Wood county, Wiaconsin, aa ad ministrator of the estate of Herman Margelow sky, late of the town of Spencer, in said connty, Dated February 29th, 1908. By order of the Oonrt, Henry Miller, Connty Judge. Begneb A Ringle. Attorneys. Ewry Woman Avivow is latereuicil ii<l should know 1 'Nv I'DI shout the wonderful MARVEL Whirling Spray wKsmc' *''lbs Dew Vaelnel syringe. bM^estmotqfiJw7 t IAITIL, *-'> pt no ’W YK / / other, but send stamp for I m Illustrated book— sealed. It gives K / M full particulars aad directions in valuable to ladies. HAUVKI. CO. 44 Cast M 4 Street, NEW iukk. 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