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With a Cold Is good advice for men and women. I* may be vital in the case of a child. Long experience has proven that there is noth ing better for colds in children than CHamberJain’s CougH Remedy It is a favorite with many mothers and never disappoints them. It contains no opium or other narcotic and may be given with implicit confidence. ►— SHORT NEWS ITE.VIS. V—— • Attend the Wausau Business college, Wausau, Wis. a6-tf Geo. Hart, court reporter, has secured a leave of absence from his duties dur the winter. The county board of Forest county has voted to build anew court house at a cost of $5-5,000. Ur. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, Oct. 19. Moneyed men of Stratford have or ganized a state bank for that village. It will be capitalized at SIO,OOO. For Sale— Bo acres of fine farm land, containing much lumber timber. In quire of C. E. Arthur, Wausau, Wis., No. 11l Maple St. 529-w4. At the prohibition sta'e platform con vention held in Madison Wednesday, G. W. Wilson of this city was selected an elector for the Tenth district. If you are in need of shingles call and see our large assortment and get prices before buying elsewhere, tf. Barker & Stewart Lumber Cos. A number of Wausau republicans spent Thursday evening in Milwaukee, listening to the address of Injunction Bill Taft, the great “friend” of the laboring man. Walter C. Hintze, who spent the past several years in the West, has decided to locate in Wausau. He has opened an insurance office in the Wisconsin Valley Trust Co.’s building. Legare Potter died at his home in Neillsville, on Sept. 21st, aged 65 years. Mr. Potter used to reside at Colby and is well known to many in Wausau hav ing visited this city quite often. Mr. and Mrs. Amel Menard, who had charge of the Wausau Street Railroad Co.’s paviliop at Rothschilds park dur ing the summer, have departed for Portland, Ore., where they will assume charge of a park resort. The Men’s club of the Universalist church, will hold its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening. There will be a banquet as usual and all mem bers are requested to be present. Rev. John Faville, D. D., of Appleton, will address the club at the close of the banquet. Jos. Hauser of Unity was committed to the Northern Hospital for Insane on Thursday. Hauser was brought here early in the week, but before commit ting him it was thought best to send him to St. Mary’s hospital for a few days to watch his actions. On Wednesday night he ran away from the hospital, barefooted. At a meeting of the Hardwood Lum ber Manufacturers’ association held in Marshfield last week, F. D. Timlin of this city, and B. F. McMillan of the vil lage which bears his name,.were elected to the directorate. ‘ A. K. Beebee of McMillan, was elected secretary-treas urer. The principal matter discussed was freight rates. Additional arc lights have been hung at the following street corners: East Forest and Beilis Sts; Seventh Ave. and Oak St.: East Washington and Hoef inger Sts.; Second and Forest Sts.; Logan and Montana Sts.; First and McClellan Sts. The city is now lighted with 150 arc lights- more than is usual in a city of this size. Rev. Fisher, pastor of the Univer salist, church has issued the following card, giving his sermon subjects up to Nov. Ist as follows: Oct. 4. (Rally Day) “The Religion of Jesus.” Oct. 11. “Religion in the Home.” “ 18. “Religon at work.” “ 25. “Religion in Society. Nov. Ist. “Religion at the Ballot Box.” At a meeting of the W. C. T. U. held Friday, Mesdames H. R. McKinney and H. P. Maynard were chosen dele gates to attend to the state convention of the society, which will be held in Waupaca Oct. 2. They will perhaps be accompanied by Mesdames Emily C. Morgan, Walter Alexander, H. C. Stewart, J. A. Jones and C. C. Parlin. Henry McKay has composed a one verse poem for the ladies to sing in response to the roll call of counties. Wm. H. Ryan of Buffalo, N. Y., and James R. Maun of Chicago, 111., passed through the city Friday on their way to Brokaw. Both are members of congress either representing oi misrepresenting their state. They are on a congres sional committee appointed to investi gate conditions in the wood pulp busi ness, with a view of making recom mendations at the next session, with reference to tariff restrictions on the importation of the raw material. They visited the office of the Wausau Paper Mills Cos. Friday. They were accom panied by L. M. Nash, the Grand Rapids paper mill man. September Announcement We wish to call your attention to our lirst showing oi our Early Fall Hats We have secured the services ol Miss Crfssey Girdwood, a trimmer oi long | experience and ability, and we are inow fully prepared to guarantee to the Hadies ol Wausau perfect satisfaction. ITOWLE SISTERS 1 606 Third St. The city’s mail boxes are being re painted by Wm. Zimmer. Green is the color. Dr. W. T. Lawrence, dentist. Over Dunbar’s jewelry store. Telephone No. 1782. nl2-tf The Wausau school for the deaf has received $1,051.67 as aid from the state for its support. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, Oct. 19. Frank Bibby, of Dancy, recently found a pearl as large as a beau, in a clam taken out of the Wisconsin river. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ploss are now occupying their new home on Franklin street, they having moved in on Thurs day last. Herman Grotophorst of Baraboo, one of the members of the state board of control inspected the county asylum and poor house on Thursday. Wanted -Good responsible parties to 'take logging jobs near Manitowish and Hurley. Inquire of Scott & Howe Lum ber company, Ironwood, Mich. sls-4w Sec’y. M. H. Duncan of the Marathon County Agricultural association is kept busy at present issuing orders for premiums awarded for exhibits at the last county fair. The work was started last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bremer, 1011 S. Fourth Ave , lost their daughter, Lillian, hist Tuesday afternoon. The child was two years of age. The funeral services were conducted Friday afternoon by Rev. E A. Fuenfstueck. Anna, aged four months, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brandenmuehl of the town of Easton, died Thursday. Funeral services were conducted Thurs day afternoon, Rev. Buerger of the town of Wausau officiating. The postoffices at Moon and Haider will be discontinued about the first of next month. About that time a rural route will be established, leading out of Mosinee, which will cover the territory which is served by the two offices first mentioned. Messrs. S. B. Toby and Anton Mehl, local civil service commissioners, con ducted a state civil service examina" tion Saturday morning for positions as clerk. There were two applicants, Geo. Blanchard, of Colby, and Geo. Roach, of the city. Political organizations are being formed in the principal towns and villages of the county—Bryan and Kern and Taft and Sherman clubs. Up to the present the farmers for the most part have taken little interest in poli tics, owing to being so busily engaged fighting forest fires. The Curtis & Yale Cos. is building a concrete wall along the east side of it’s property at factory No. I. this will not only improve the looks of the property, but will stop the river bank from caving in and allow permanent improvements to be made on the bank which has here tofore been impossible. Peter Newton of Chicago, an ex aminer in the U. S. civil service de partment was in the city Thursday and conducted an examination for those desiring positions as stenogra phers in the government service. There were two who wrote for standings, Chas. McDonald and Sam Welland. Morris Stuth, a laborer, was taken to St. Mary’s hospital Wednesday, suffer ing from a broken leg and internal in juries. While at work that morning in a sewer trench on Fulton street, the wahs of the trench caved in, burying him up to his neck. When dug out it was found that he was badly injured. The Wausau Street Railroad Cos. has been making improvements along its Grand Ave. line the past week. Some weeks ago the company took out the old rail connections and put in new fish plates. In doing this the new macadam was torn up. Last week rock was hauled and the holes tilled up and rolled down. Chas. Baerwald, a paralytic base ball player residing on the wfcst side, disap peared from home Thursday night and because of his physical condition his absence caused his relatives great alarm. Early.next morning while Henry Schwister was traveling the river bank he saw someone lying in the bushes on an island south of the falls. He took off his shoes and waded over to the island and found the sleeper to be young Baerwald. The young man had slept on the island all night and gave ro reason for his peculiar action. That section of the Second ward burned over a few weeks ago has been a busy scene the past few weeks. As soon as a satisfactory adjustment of losses had been made with the insur ance companies, the losers set to work repairing and rebuilding property des troyed. All of the buildings wholly or partially destroyed, owned by Haesle & Willems, Carl Geisler, Mrs. Quandt, Mrs. Henry Berkholder, Ed. Lemke, Geo. Silberuagel and otters have beeu rebuilt or repaired and the sound of the saw and hammer has practically died. nobody’s PARED. Kidney Troubles Attack Wausau Men and Women, Old and Young Alike. Kidney ills seize young and old alike— Quickly come and little warning give. Children suffer in their early years— Can’t control the kidney secretions. Girls are languid, nervous, suffer pain. Women worry, can't do daily work. Robust men have lame and aching tacks. Old folks, weak, rheumatic, lame, Endure distressing urinary ills. The cure for man, for woman, or for child Is to cure the cause—the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick Sid neys— Cure all the varied forms of kidney suffering. 4 Mrs. .-ulolph Ostring, of 964 South Third St., Wausau. Wis., says: “Doan's Kidney Pills cured Mr. Ostring of a bad case of kidney trouble aud backache from which he had suffered for a long time without finding any relief. It was a dull miserable aching in the loins and though he never gave up, many a man would have gone to bed if suffering as he did. We got Doan's Kidney Pills at Albers’ drug store, and they cured him so thorough ly that he has never had an attack of the kind since.” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Alillburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole sgents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan’s—and take no other. The only baking powder made from -:§ H Royal Grape Cream of Tartar, the jj§! §| officially approved ingredient for f ■ a wholesome, high-class powder H Thcr- ::rsater deception In the se’s aS baking powders than ev*T C.jitly observe la?label and be certain oi g&tiias luyui. FAVORS GOOD ROADS AMEND MENT. The following statement from one of the most widely known and progressive farmers of the state shows, the senti ment of most farmers who have given the matter careful thought. This amendment is one which vitally con cerns not only the farmers but the prosperity of the stale as a whole, and every man should resolve that what ever else he votes for in November he will put a cross in the square marked “yes” after this amendment. This system of state aid is bringing about a great improvement in the roads of other progressive states and Wiscon sin should not be behiud. So don’t forget to vote “yes ” “I believe that the highway taxes in Wisconsin in many cases are well ex pended, but in other districts almost or entirely wasted. After carefully considering the system and methods of road building in the state and the use made of our roads under the changing conditions of travel, I have come to the conclusion that for myself I am a believer in state aid for our highways, principally because in this way alone a large volume of property that now does not assist in building country roads will be brought in to carry its share of the burden. The owners pf this proper ty in many cases are the users of the automobiles that are now wearing out our roads faster than any other class of vehicles. Asa farmer I shall vote for the constitutional amendment this fall, principally upon the above mentioned ground that all tax payers may alike do their share of maintaining the high ways of the state.” ADVERTISED.- List of letters remaining pncalled for in the Wausau P. O. for the weeK end ing Sept. 14, 1908. In calling for same please say “advertised.” Alisch, Mary Mynard, Mrs. F. J. Bamul, Robt. " Myshka, Luie Berch, Sarah M. Murnow, G. Cook, Mrs. Moran, Geo. Crocker, Chas. Overton, Dr. J. B. Clark, R. M. Overton, Mrs. J. B. Davenport, Helen Peax-son, Anna Davis, Nina Pinion, Angela Frohm, Henry Peterson, Mrs. Caroline Flood. Jennie Peck, Edd Goodman, F. K. Pondrier, Ovid J. (2) Gordon, George Reynolds. Wm. K. Hunt, Peter Robb, R. Jung, Anna Itosit, John Kostuck, Mrs. Leo Slosson, Chas Kelly, Mrs. Mary Sappenfield, Harry Kisner, Mrs. Irma Soper, J. H. Kranke, Mrs. Linna Schuster, John Kope, Mrs Jennie Winge, Fred Kuehl, Mrs. 11. C. Werliog, Henry Kuehling. Emma Wunsch, Fred Lord, E B. Zahrt, Fred Miehaelis, P. A. Ziebell, J. Foreign. Geo. C. Dempsey Mrs. Olga Rose John A. Aylward Candidate for Governor of Wisconsin, will speak at the OPERA HOUSE under the auspices of the Wau sau Bryan Club, on the evening of FRIDAY, OCT. 2d School Anything in the line ol hooks, tablets, pencils, pens, inks, in lad anything JJUUJV.O used j n (He school room or office can he found at ° ffice J. L. Rohde’s Supplies N O . 521 Third St. • # WAUSAU BUSINESS COLLEGE Offers, thoro practical courses in Bookkeeping. Shorthand. Pen manship. Typewriting, Commercial Correspondence and other branches Fhat fit you for a lucrative position. Our teachers are thoro and painstaking, giving the latest methods and practices in every instance. Our College is newly equipped. Increase your earning ability by taking a course. Correspondence given prompt attention. Write for free catalog. E. D. WIDMER. PROP., WAUSAU, WIS. Fisherman in this section ought to find fine sport in the Wisconsin river in a year or so, for at present the gov ernment is stocking this stream. The species is largely black bass and catfish from six to eight inches long. They are secui'ed along the Mississippi, dur | ing the present Jow water period in i pools along the shore. As the water recedes the fish are left helpless in these pools and soon die xxnless they again reach running water. The gov ernment’s employes put the large ones back into the river, but distribute the young ones in other waters. The gov ernment has moi'e fish than there are applications for, and here is a good opportunity for Wausau sportsmen a> stock some stream. The government employes deposited a large number of bass and catfish in the Wisconsin at Grand Rapids a few days ago, some of which ought to I'eaeh this point in due time. Why Druggists Recommend Cham berlain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Mr. Frank C. Hani'ahan, a prominent druggist of Portsmouth, Va., says: “For the past six yeais I have sold and x’ecommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It is a gi'eat remedy and one of the best patent medicines on the market. I handle some others for the same pur poses that pay me a large pi'ofit, but this remedy is so sure to effect a cure, and my customer so certain to appi'eciate my recommending it to him, that I give it the pi’efei'ence.” For sale by W. W. Albers. i ROSEBUD LANDS THROWN OPEN A million acres of government land in Tripp county, S. D., will be opened to homesteadei-s October sth to 17th. Dallas and Gregory, S. D., the only towns on the reservation border, ai'e reached by the Chicago & North West ern Ry., the only all-rail route to the reservation. Entry must be made in pei'son at one of these towns. (Or affidavit can be filed at O’Neill or Valentine, Neb., and forwarded.) Ask ticket agents of The North West ern Line for folders and maps, with full information about how to secure quar ter section of government lands. 522-2 w Reduced Colonist Rates. One-way tickets at special low rates on sale daily throughout September, and October, from all points on The North Western Line to San Fran cisco, Los Angeles, Portland and Puget Sound points. Daily and personally conducted toui*s in tourist sleeping cars via the Chicago, Union Pacific & North Western Line. Double berth only $7.00, through from Chicago. For full particulars write S. A. Hutchison, Manager, Tourist Dept., 212 Clark St. Chicago, 111., or address nearest ticket agent The North Western Line. 522-w4' How to Get Strong P. J. Daly, of 1247 W. Congress St., Chicago, tells of a way to become strong : He says : “My mother, who is old and was very feeble, is deriving so much benefit from Electric Bitters, that I feel it’s my duty to tell those who need a tonic and strengthening medi cine about it. In my mother’s case a marked gain in flesh has resulted, in somnia has been overcome, and she is steadily growing stronger.” Electric Bitters quickly remedy stomach, liver anti kidney complaints. Sold under guarantee at W. W. Albers’ drug store. 50c. FOR MOTOR SCARF ACCESSORY *MAY BE WORKED IN ANY WOOL. Individual Requirements Readily Adapted if Directions Are Fol — lowed—Proper Way to Fashion and Shape Fringe. This scarf may be worked in any wool, also any width and length pre ferred. These directions, which may be readily adapted to individual re quirements, are for a scarf about 16 inches wide and about three yards long, worked with a No. 8 bone hook and in white ivorine wool, about seven ounces of which would be required. *“ Work a chain of 16 inches, turn. Row 1: A double crochet in each stitch, turn, no chain, but puil the loop on the hook up a little. Row 2; Pass the hook through the two front threads of the last made double crochet, that is the thread that curves round and the nearest —or front —top one, draw the wool through both and finish the stitch like double crochet. Pass the hook through the two front threads of the next stitch and repeat to end of row; turn, no chain, and work six more rows like row 2. This completes a close stripe. Row 9: A double crochet in the last made stitch of the previous row, one chain, *, pass over one stitch, a double crochet in the next—the front top thread only to be used throughout the open stripes—one chain, and re peat from * to end of row, turn with one chain. Work five more rows like the last, but working a double crochet on each chain stitch, and a chain stitch over each double crochet, always com mencing and ending the rows with a double crochet. Repeat from row one and work al ternate close and open stripes, ending with a close one, of which there should be eighteen. For the fringe, cut the wool into 24-inch lengths. Pass the hook under both threads of the end stitch of the 0 last row, fold four strands of the wool exactly in half and draw them a short distance through, forming a small loop, draw the eight strands right through this loop and pull gently, drawing the knot close up to the work. Repeat this into every other stitch along the end of the jscarf, taking care, that all the knots are turned the same way. To knot the fringe, take four threads of the first tassel and four of the next one, and tie them together about an inch below the other knots, tie the remaining strands of the sec ond tassel to four of the .third one, and repeat to end of row, being care ful to keep the knots quite level. Tie another row of knots an inch below these, but this time taking the eight strands of each tassel and ty ing them together. Fring the other end of the scarf in the same way, and cut the ends level with a pair of sharp scissors. Along each side of the sctxrf work a double crochet into the end stitch of the first -row, a treble into the end stitch of the next row hut one, *, five chain back Into first (picot), an other treble in the same stitch as the’ same stitch as the last, repeat from * four times, a double crochet in the next stitch but one and repeat. . The Use of Face Cloths. Face cloths and sponges are often responsible for bad complexions. They are not in themselves harmful, but they are seldom kept perfectly clean. A face cloth should be used only once or twice and should then be carefully washed and thoroughly boiled before it is used again. A soiled wash cloth causes many cases of blackheads and 'pimples. . CLEVER SCHEME THAT FAILLD. Old Salesman’s Advice Left Firm Worse Off Than Before. Henry Clews is telling anew story which he says he got straight from the Canal street district, says the New York Times. A young jobbing firm, the tale tells, overbought for the fall trade. Their heaviest mistake had been in the line of overcoats, which it looked they would have to carry over a season. Efforts to get cash for the stock were frxiitless, ex cept at ruinous rates At last the firm went to an old-timer in the trade for advice. “Well,” said the man of ex perience, “you’ve got a pretty good list of customers. Just divide the coats ip into lots of thirteen each. Send a batch apiece to some of your sharpest customers, but make out the bills for twelve. They'll be so tickled to get one coat for nothing that they'll take ’em all.” The scheme had been tried before the men met again. The old-timer waited for his praise. “Well, didn’t they keep the coats?” he asked. “Yes,” returned the jobber, sadly. “One each. The one that wasn't billed.” PERSONAL MENTION. n <> —R. E. Hochtritt spent Sunday in Antigo on business. —Miss Margaret Scholfield went to Chicago on Thui'sday evening. —Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thom went to Madison, Thui'sday, on a visit. —Melville Barwig departed for St. John’s Military acadamy at Delafield on Wednesday. —The Misses Della and lxene Strupp attended the dedication of St. Anthony’s new school house at Athens, Sunday. —Mrs. J. A. Underwood and Miss Underwood arrived home from an ex tended visit in the East on Thui'sday. —Mrs. J. J. Lohmar departed tor Sauk City, Wis , on Tuesday, called there on account of the death of her mother. —Mr. and Mrs. Will Goodrich, who had been visiting in Wausau, x-eturned to their home in LaCrosse, on Friday morning. —Jos. Chevrier and family have gone to Doering, Wis., where Mr. Chevi'ier will log for Barker & Stewart the com ing winter. —Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Abercrom bie, who are now visiting in the city, are perparing to go to Texas to spend the winter. —Walter Flieth came down from Cornucopia, Wis , on Thursday even ing and visited until Friday noon with his pai'ents. —Mrs. C, F. Dunbar and daughtei', Miss Margaret, i-eturned on Thui'sday morning fi-om abi'ief visit in Waukesha and Milwaukee. —Mrs. George Keenan, of Madison, who had been visiting in the city the past week, returned to her home on Saturday noon. —Miss Emma Haseltine, of Ripon, who came up to attend the Harger- Diamond wedding, returned to her home on Wednesday noon. —Jos. Heinemann departed Wednes day morning for Lowden, la., where he will visit for a month with his daughter, Mrs. Aug. Meyer. —Mxs. Mary Strupp and daughter Viola, departed Saturday for Kaukauna and Manitowoc for a visit with rela tives. They will be absent about two weeks. —H. 11. Manson and W. C. Brawley, chairman and secretaiy of the demo cratic state central committee, have now established their headquarters in Milwaukee. —Mrs. Maggie Mai'son visited Athens on Sunday and attended the dedication of St. Anthony’s new school house. She was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mi’s. Geo. Sutter. Mi's. Marson re turned home Wednesday. —Miss Nell Dunbar is in Cleveland, Ohio, today attending the wedding of Miss Louise Brunner to Mr. Wm. Vorris which takes place this evening. Miss Brunner is well known in Wausau hav ing visited Miss Dunbar on several oc casions. —Neal Brown was in Laurel, Miss., the past week. He returned to Milwau waukee in time to attend the great Bryan meeting. Last evening he spoke before the Jefferson club in Milwaukee and returned to the city today. Mr. Brown will be a busy man during the campaign. —Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoefer and daughters, Miss Hoefer and Mary Louise, returned to their home in Kan sas City on Friday evening. All but Mr. Hoefer had been in Wausau and Plum lake for about six weeks. Mr. Hoefer to attend the Harger- Diamond wedding and to accompany his family home. —Mr. and Mrs. Henry MeCrosson have returned from Plum lake. The latter came home Saturday after it had commenced to rain. For several weeks, great fires had been raging near and on the shores of this lake, but now of course, all are out. No cottages were destroyed nor timber bordering on the lake, because of the good work per* formed by men who fought fire in that neighborhood. A Paying Investment. Mr. John White, of 38 Highland Ave., Houlton, Maine, says: “Have been troubled with a cough every winter and spring. Last winter I tried many ad vertised remedies, but the cough contin ued until I bought a 50c bottle of Dr. King’s New Discovery ; before that was half gone, the cough was all gone. This winter the same happy result has fol lowed ; a few doses oDce more banished the annual cough. I am now convinced that Dr. King’s New Discovery is the best of all cough and lung remedies.” Sold under guarantee at W. W. Albers’ drugstore. 50c. and SI.OO. Trial bot tle free. DRESSING THE SMALL PERSON. Flowered Delaines Most Suitable for Little Frocks. The flowered delaines are well suited for the little folks’ frocks, and some very neat patterns are shown in rich colors. The material is not very expensive and combines very nicely with one of the season's best trim mings, velvet. A lovely little dress seen was of white serge. It was fashioned in a Peter Thompson style with all of the outlines trimmed with en insertion of soft white material, dotted with coin dots of pale blue. A smpU blue silk tie was placed at the neck as a finish ing touch to the small cbllar. Another very hanusome little dress was made of rose-colored cloth. The jumper style was trimmed with many narrow bands of velvet ribbon, placed diagohally on the waist straps and diagonally on the folds around the bottom of the skirt. The ribbon was placed close together, showing alter- • nate rows of rose cloth and black vel vet of equal widths. ~ A Sprained Ankle. As usually-treated a sprained ankle will disable the injured person for a month or more, but by applying Cham berlain’s liniment and observing the directions with each bottle faithfully, a cure may, in most cases, be effected in less than one week’s time. This lini ment is a most remarkable preparation; try it for a sprain or a bruise, or when ; laid up with chronic or muscular rheu matism, and you are certain to be dt lighted with the prompt relief which it affords. For sale by W. W. Albers. n R TURBIN of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past seventeeKyears, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Monday, Oct. 19 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M., and every fourth Monday thereafter. I treat Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles ana other Rectal Diseases, Kidney, Bladder and Lingering Ailments. I MAKE NO CHARGE FOR CONSULTATION, whether you take treatment or not, 1 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% perfect cure will be reasonable and not more than you will be willing to pay for the benefits conteried. I will do by you as I would want you to do by me if our cases were reversed. YOUT!2T MPR you lire troubled with stupidnoss or are otherwise * .“O . 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 sigus. Many die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause. The most obstinate cases of this character treated with unfailing success. Q T'T’Ti which poisons the breath, stomach and lungs and paves the vuiuaiiu way for Consumption, also Throat, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bladder, and all constitutional and internal troubles; also Rupture, Piles, Fistula, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea and all diseases of the stomach and bowels treated far in advance of any institution in the country. RlnnH Qn.'i filrin Diseases, Sores, Spots, Pimples, Scrofula, UivULl CLLL U UAiLL Tumors, Tetter and Eczema thoroughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. fiJldlPS D you are suffering from persistent Headache, Pains in Back, juauiuo and f ee j as j t were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend to your household ami 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, aud he can refer you to’those who have been cured by him. TTTwia y° ur troubles if living away from city. Thousands cured at homo VV Xlww 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. Henry Fenner HOUSE MOVER, Has the latest and best outfit for moving buildings in Northern Wisconsin, aud a crew of exper ienced men. He will give estimates on moving buildings of all kinds Office and Ado. ess 621 Wausau Ave.. WAUSAU, WIS. DR. L M. WILLARD DISEASES OF THE EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT OFFICE, MCKINLEY BLOCK WAUSAU, WIS. HOURS i O A. M. TO 12 M. 1.30 TO B P. M. ETKN.NQB > TCESDAyS ,kd SATUR DAYS, V TO 8. SUNDAYS I O TO lO A. M. SPECTACLES AND EYE GLASSES SCIENTIFICALLY FITTED. Property Owners INSURE WITH Zimmerman & Rowley who represent Fire Insurance Companies that pay losses promptly. Basement Marallon Conntyißank ’Phone 1030 WHAT IS IT A watch, a chain, a phonograph or diamond ring, we have them, and can give yon easy terms. A small payment down and a litt.e each month. Try us on trade—we won’t bite you. H. S. WRIGHT Jeweler, Optician and Musical Merchandise, 512 Third street. H£AL BBOWH. L. A. FBADT. 0. 8. aiLBBBT ABSTRACTS We have the only abstract of Mara thon county. We have a thoroughly qualified abstractor and make abstracts at reasonable prices. We are respons ible for all abstracts made by us and guarantee that they show the condition of the title properly as it appears on record. An abstract of title is useful if you desire to sell or mortgage your prop erty, and is very valuable n ascertain ing defects in your title that can be easily remedied and yet might be suf ficient to spoU a sale. If you desire aD abstract of tne title to your property, call and see us. ftausau Law A Land Assooiat’n Kennedy’s Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves Coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. * “As pleasant to the taste as Maple Sugar” Children Like It For BACKACHE—WEAK KIDNEYS Try Baflffa Kidnaj asd Bladder PUls—Sure ud Safi Sold by W. W. 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J By virtue of and pursuant to a judgment of said conrt in the above entitled action, which was rendered and dated on the 13th day of Sep tember, 1907, and entered and docketed in said conrt on said 18th day of September, 1907, I will expose for sale and bell at public anction, to the highest bidder, on the 28th day of October, 1008, at ten o’clock a. m., at the west door of the conrt honse, in the city of Wausau, county of Marathon, and state of Wisconsin, the following described premises, or so much thereof as will bo sufficient to raise the amonut due the plain tiff for the principa l , interest and costs, includ ing the cost of sale, the following desctihcd real estate situated, lying and being in the county of Marathon ami state of Wisconsin, to-wit: The north half (i-) of the south half of the northeast quarter of section twenty eight (28), township thirty (311) north, of range number three (8) east. Dated at Wausau, Marathon county, this 16th day of September, 1908. Fit AN K O’CONNOB, Bhoriff. lIKfINKR A lIINOLK, Plaintiff's Attorneys, Wansan, Wis. First publication Hept. 22, last Oct. 13. Notice to Creditors- State of Wisconsin, Connty Conrt for Marathon County In Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time np to, and including the first Tuesday of April, 1909, is here by allowed to creditors of Marie Kiehl, deceased to present their claims for examination and allowance. Also that all claims an presented, will be examined and adjuster! at a tegular term of said connty coort to be held at the conrt house in the city of Wausau on the first Tuesday of May, 1909 Dated Sept. 15, 1908. By the Court. Hrnby Miller, County Judge. Khkdtzkk. Bird A Kohknrkrry, Attorneys. First publication Hept. 22, last Oct. 18. Notice to Creditors. Btate of Wisconsin, County Coort for Marathon Connty:— In Probate. 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