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Attend the Wausau Business college, Wna™ Wig, a 6-tf Up to date six ladies of this county have applied for hunting licenses. A daughter was born Thursday even ing to Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Arensee. President Roosevelt has officially proclaimed Nov. 28 as Thanksgiving day. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. St. Clair Saturday morning. This is their first chilu. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, Nov. 16. The old Morgan livery stable at the corner of Second and Jefferson streets, is being fitted up for a roller skating rink. I If you are in need of shingles call and see our large assortment and get prices before buying elsewhere, tf. Barker & Stewart Lumber Cos. Two young fellows settled "u 3lec tion bet Wednesday evening by one wheeling the other up Third street in a wheelbarrow and back to the starting point. A room Laa been fitted up in the agricultural school for the use of the janitor, who will hereafter be in the building at all times when a fire is re quired. Hsnry Boiler and Miss Anna Graebel were married Wednesday evening in the German Reformed church on the west side, Rev. E. A. Euenfstueck officiating. They will live on a farm in the town of Stettin. The first real snow of the season fell last Saturday. The attempts hereto fore have been cheap affairs and the quality an imitation of the real goods. Enough fell Saturday to whiten the ground. Mrs. W. H. Mylrea entertaineddadies at whist, Tuesday evening, in honor of her mother, Mrs. Ostrander and sister, Mrs. Theodore Starrett, of N. Y. City. The head prize was won by Mrs. E. A. Gooding. The county clerk appointed Otto Mueller of the city; L. H. Cook of Unity and A. J. Cherney of Edgar as a bourd to canvas election returns. They commenced their work Friday and finished Saturday. Mrs. Floyd Barney was granted a divorce from her husband Friday on the grounds of cruelty. Both are minors and their marrieu life was of short duration. She was given the custody of their chiM and granted sl2 50 per month alimony. The Domestic Economy and Agri cultural clubs oi the county school met Friday. The former discussed silks, cottons and breadstuffs. The latter discussed dairy breeds of cattle. These clubs were organized at this term of school and they meet once each month. The Donnerstag brothers, who es caped a short time ago from the Dane county jail, have all been recaptured at their old homo near Rhinelander. Two gave themstives up while the third offered resistance and was shot through the right thigh. They claimed that the reason they returned to their old home was to get about $4,000 they had hidden in the woods near their home, before leaving for the West. The third annual county school con vention was held in Elks’ hall, L.is city, last Wednesday. About every school district in the county was represented by one or more of its board. L. H. Wood, a rural school inspector, was present and his knowledge of school affairs and school legislation was very helpful to those present. S. B. Toby, superintendent of our city schools, addressed the convention on the necessity of paying higher salaries to secure more efficient work. Taken all in all it was a very profitable meeting. Dr. W. T. Lawrence, dentist. Over Dunbar’s jewelry store. Telephone No. 1782. nl2-tf From present indications the people of East hill will not get the tpuch wished for water from the reservoir for several weeks and perhaps not this winter. First, the pump balked and now the trouble lies in the reservoir. The lat ter ws tilled last week and everything appealed lovely until it was noticed that the pressure of the water had cracked the tank and there was danger of the citizens living at tho foot of the hill experiencing a Johnstown flood. The water was drawn off and an ex amination made of the reservoir, with the result that it was decided by the city officials not to fill it again until it has been strengthened. When it was built it was supposed that it was of such substantial construction that it would withstand any pressure of water. The officials are undecided what to do with it. REACHINGJHE SPOT, It Can Be Done, So Scores o f Wausau Citizens Say. To cure an aching back, The pains of rheumatism. The tired-out feelings, You must reach the spot—get at the cause. in most cases tis the kidneys. Doan’s Kidney Pills are for the kid neys. Mrs. P. H. O’Brein, Mosinee, Wis., says: “I am publicly endorsing Doan’s Kidney Pills in the hopes that other persons who sutler from kidney trouble, will be led to try this remedy. I had backache for quite a period of time and also attacks of rheumatism. I tried remedies of various kinds, but never found much relief until I commenced using Doan’s Kidney Pills, procured from the Pardee Drug Cos. I had taken them but three days when my backache began to lessen and before long disap- j pea red entirely. I have felt better in 1 every way since and Doan’s Kidney Piila are alone responsible for this great change in my condition.” For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan s—and take ao other. In Preparation for this Great Sale we have Secured the Choicest Merchandise shown in the Eastern Markets and can offer the most Complete Stock of DRY GOODS in the City SALE STARTS NOVEMBER 2nd ANDICLOSES NOVEMBER 14,1908 Prices are Lower than You Have Known for Years FAIL STYLES 1908 “La Vogue’’ Coats for Ladies, Misses and Children No. i. Ladies’ Black Heavy Broadcloth Coat, Satin Lined, trimmed with Fancy Silk Braid, Velvet inset r ftZ collar, value $13.00, sale price vf>£/. / O No. 2. Black Kersey Coat, 50 inches long, lined throughout with Satin, nicely trimmed, especially priced to Qf\ sell at yOtOi/ No. 3. Black Broadcloth long coat, elaborately braided,d*o £+[* half lined, a surprise for you so*o%) No. 4. Ladies long coats in plain and Fancies, $5.75, 5.00, 4.48 and 3.89 No. 5. Misses’ new Empire Cut Coat, Heavy S'.riped Cheviot trimming with fancy Velvet and 7C Handsome Buttons c / O No. 6. Same style coats in Fancy Scotch Mixtures, wear guaranteed *p t *Ovf No. 7. Special Values selected from regular $7.00 AA SB.OO and $9.00 Coats, sale prices Children’s warm winter coats specially priced at $3.00, $4.00 and $4.75 Ladies’ Fancy Stripes Feather Silk Taffeta Skirts, dIQ AA hemstitched rufflles, a bargain One lot of colored Skirts, worth up to $3.00 to close QQr Black and colored Silk Waists, values, $5.00 do Sir <|JO to $7.50, to close at Womens’ Percale wrappers 4 Qr to close at each Ov Knit Wool Facinators, Shawls, Etc. Knit wool Facinators, each 19, 25 and 39c Large square fancy knit Shawls, value $1.25. our price 89c ladies’ Knit Golf Vests now , _ $1.45 Ladies’ Knit Golf Jackets, all the go now, prices.. . .~s3 and $3.50 We can-name only a few of the many bargains. Hundreds of other items have been reduced. If you need anything for the house, if you need anything to wear, take advantage of this GREAT CASH SALE COMMENCING NOV, 2nd 509 Third St., T ¥ I—IT TT'V CT*so9|Third St., Wausau,-Wis. _ | >. 1 £U i Jl Wausau,'-“Wis. Sheuerman’s Stylish Ready-to-wear Skirts Four styles*of Dress Skirts all colors and Fancy with Silk and Satin Bands, large Buttons made of Chiffon, Pa ama and Fancy weaves, Great d* AA Q i'VV \ values yTTit/O llM'w'' Ladies, Fancy wool Dress Skirts choice |(f \m\'\Yu\ styles, worth $5.00 to $7.00 (j 0 gA ft I sale price spO*Ov/ Ul\'tOvK\ Ladies’ Dark Wool Dress Skirts only a Ml\. 'i \ \ few on hand we will close A Q //m i : |'IUVV V'* %\\ at •• • m glf@l\ Ladies wide Black Petticoats same A Q Cm O/J; | IHh|\ \ % \ rustle & appearance as taffeta silk^OC Great Sacrifice in Wool Dress Goods 48 inch all Wool Suitings, per ng yard ODC 50 inch all Wool Homespuns, per * q yard 4oC 36 inch Wool Dress Goods, all 50c and 60c goods, per -QQ yard UjC 50 inch all Wool Cheviot Black and Colors, per yard _/.. UOC 36 inch Chiffon Panama and Taffeta very newest goods, A £ per yard TrOC 36 inch Voilles all Wool per 39c Lots of odd pieces marked per 1 A Irj Inl fv yard down to JL/$ 1 fc*2 and %/C 1 1 m New Fancy stripe Silks 27 inches wide, Browns, Blues 071 and the new Taupe shade per yard O / 2C 27 inch Fjncy Silks, per 7f)c 19 inch Fancy-Silks, per Job Lot Value 75c to SI.OO, odd lengths to close at, per 071 yard O I 2 C 36 inch Black Taffeta Silk, per QQ yard *... OOC 36 inch Black Taffeta Silk, our $1.25 quality per 98c Domestics 36 inch L. L. Unbleached Sheeting, per • r* yard OC 36 inch Bleached Sheeting, per £* yard DC 2% yard wide Unbleached Sheeting per “l yard * 4 C Best Standard Prints per r* yard OC Best Apron Gingham per A yard OC Good Colored Outings per 4 yard Good Shaker Flannel, per 0 C . yard OC Wyandotte Mottled Flannel per /* yard * - OC Bleached Table Cloth per OO n : yard 4iOC Turkey Red Table Cloth, Fast Color, per J Linen Homespun Bath Towels, Very Absorbent 2 25c Bargains in Towels, Napkins, Centerpieces, Doilies, etc. Hand made Battenberg and Florentine Lace pieces at 20 per cent, discount New Novelties in Fur Scarfs aud Muffs Black Coney Scarfs at each Isabella Oppossum Scarf at Blended River Mink Scarf, each Isabella Fox Scarfs ' Grey Squirrel Scarfs $3.75, $4.95 and $6.50 Muffs to match above in the new slnpes. Children’s White Sets of Furs $1.49 to $2.00 Ladies’ Knit Golf Gloves, per pair 19c Ladies’ Wool Mittens i7c Mens’ Black Jersey Gloves 10 c Ladies’ full size, good quality Outing Flannel Night Gowns, each 480 Ladies’ Heavy Outing Flannel Gowns, all sizes 68c Ladies’ Outing Flannel Gowns, made from the best Flannel, each 89c Children’s Outing Flannel Gowns, all sizes, each. . 45c Underwear and Hosiery Women’s Heavy Fleeced Pants and oO^ Women’s extra Heavy Pants and QQr* Women’s Wool non-shrinking Ribbed Vests and HQr* Pants OOC Women’s Fine Cashmere Vests and Pants, our SI.OO DQ quality 02/w Women’s Fleeced Union Suits, AC. ± AO/ each 40 tO OOC The Celebrated Munsing Union Suits, special for this QQa* sale Children’s Underwear at Saving Prices Infants Natural Color Shirts, O 1 n each Children’s Natural Color Shirts and Drawers, 1 each A Children’s Fine Elastic Shirts and Pants 1 Os) each Men’s Heavy Merino Shirts Worth 75c, now 37j^c Men’s Naturaf Wool Shirts and Drawers special 89c Men’s Outing Flannel Night Gowns, each Men’s heavy Wool Half Hose, per pair l9c Men’s Fine Cashmere Hose, per pair /4 • h Women’s Fleeced Fast Black Hose, per P air 9cr and 15c \:f Children’s Ribbed Fleeced Hose, per pair 10c to 15c Boys’ “Century” Elastic Hose, per pair SI.OO quality 5 Hook Kid Gloves - - - 59 c $1.25 quality Mocha Street Gloves 89c Ladies 50c Silk and Leather Belts, now each —25 c Ladies 35 and 25c Belts, each 19c All Silk, Taffeta Ribbon 2 inches wide, per yard 12j^c Pure Linen Torchon 1 to 2 inches wide, per yard 5c