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Dr. D. T. Jones has a handsome new five passenger automobile. It is a beauty. One of Tobe- i Hamrick’s drinking fountains ha. jeen installed in the court house. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will te at the Beilis House, Monday, July 4. The different Masonic bodies of our city have called off their meetings dur ing the months of July and August. The home of C. P. James, 520 Ham ilton street, was struck by lightning Thursday and slight damage resulted. Instead qf “The Good Old Summer Time’’ let us sing “In the Shade of the Old Apple Tree.” It’s more fit ting at this time. The electrical storm of Thursday afternoon put a number of telephones out of business. The impairment iO the service, however, was light. If you are in need ol shingles call and see our large assortment and get prices before buying elsewher tf. Baiikeh Si Stewart Lumbek Cos. Dan Danielson was examined Sat urday by physicians, and upon their recommendation he was committed to the county hospital temporarily. A fine line of shoes for hot weather —something which will give real com fort these torrid days—can be found at Kuhlman & Brach’s, Third Ave. and Clarke St. j2B-2t George Wilmot, one of the old settlers of Plover, committed suicide by shooting himself on Wednesday afternoon. He was an old veteran and 70 years of age. The Wausau Street Railroad com pany has been using steam the past week to run its generating plant, owing to the very low condition of the Wisconsin river. The sheriff of Brawn county came here Wednesday and placed under arrest Gottfred Paulus, a Northwest ern Ry. fireman. He is wanted fo jumping a board bill. Frank Gaetzman has announceo himself as a candidate for the repub lican nomination for sherifl. Robt. Juedes and Bernard Laabs have de cided to withdraw from the race. A special train will pass through the city Thursday morning, which will carry the Marshfield and Wau sau lodges of Eagles to the state con vention, which is to be held in She boygan. A house occupied by F. A. Huebner and owned by A1 Empey, situated on Logan street, was struck by lightning during the electrical storm of Thuis day afternoon. It caught fire in two places, but little damage resulted. Mrs. Henry Laut died Wednesday at her home in the town of Weston at the age of sixty-nine years. She is survived by nine children. The fun eral was held Friday afternoon, Rev. G. Belz of Schofield officiating. Two fellows laboring under the effects of heat prostration got into a fist fight down on Washington street one night last week. One made his escape, but the other was jugged by a copper and allowed to cool off over night. At a meeting of the board at the Marathon County Training School for Teachers, the present faculty was engaged for next year, viz: Principal, O. E. Wells; assistant, Miss Rosalia Bohrer; second assistant. Miss Edith Hamacker. Cos. G drills several times each week now in the street in front of the armory. More work will be put in as the time arrives for departure for the annual encampment. The com pany will leave for Camp Douglas on the morning of Saturday, July Id. While a train was being hauled out to Eland Jet. over the Rosholt branch of the Northwestern railroad Wednes day, a load of dry cedar poles on one of the cars caught fire. Trainmen detached the car and it and its load were burned to ashes. The poles be longed to Moore & Galloway Lumber Cos. of Fond du Lac. Upon complaint of a Fifth street resident—a woman—Maurice Regi nald Dalton was served with a war rant last Thursday, charging him with having sold liquor to a minor, a daughter of the woman. Mr. Dalton is the proprietor of the Cozy restau rant on Washington street and tlie offense is alleged to have been com mitted on June 10. The parties ap peared in court Friday and an ad journment was taken. “It cured me,” or “It saved the life of my child,” are the expressions you hear every day about Chamber lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. This is true the world over w here this valuable remedy has been introduced. No other medicine in use for diarrhoea or bowel complaint has received such general approval. The secret of the success of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is that it euies. Sold by all dealers. From later reports -we learn that the tiend who visited the pasture of Reinhold Plath in the town of Spenc er a week ago, and slashed four farm animals so that one died, also visited another farm lot. Herman Kempfert. living not far away from the Plath farm, reports tinding one of his cows tailless and another with a gash two feet long. The farmers of that sec tion are worked up to a frenzy, it is said, tnd should the guilty party be caught in that neighborhood he may be lynched It is thought to have been the work of a tramp or insane man. As soon as Judge Reid returns from Milwaukee, where he has been hold ing court for the past two weeks, he will try a case from Lincoln county, in which two judges are tlieoomplain ant and defendant. At the spring election in 1909, H. G. Bell was elected judge of the second municipal court of Lincoln county, which court is lo cated in Tomahawk. In the follow ing April he was elected city attorney of Tomahawk and qualified and at present is holding both offices. Ex- Judge G. M. Sheldon has brought an action to determine whether or not j Judge Bell can hold both offices. If the office of judge is declared vacant the governor will appoint a successor to Judge Bell. The MONEY-SAVING EVENT of the Season Has Opened and Will Continue For THIRTY DAYS The CLOSING OUT — ■■ OF THE Entire Stock of GEORGE W. BOROWITZ, 315 Third St. Known as the “Bee Hive” Our Intentions Are to open anew store this la 11 with the most complete and up-to-date stock ol Mens and Boys Wearing Apparel Wausau patrons have ever had the good lortune to select Irom, and we want YOU to help us make this money saving event a grand success. It means dollars and cents to you. We will make it worth your while. The Record Breaking Clean-Up Sale Entire Stock to Go.' It Must and Will Be Sold Men’s Dress Shirts In all the newest colored effects, also plain whiter-plain or pleated bosoms. 50c grade 44c SI.OO Elgin.. 84c $1.50 Cluet Peabody.... $| 29 Men’s Hosiery In plain or fancy Cassimeres, Cotton and Silk Lisles. ‘2sc grade |OC 15 and 20c grade ||q EVERWHERE HOSE While they last. Sold the world over at 25c now |9c Suspenders A large assortment in light or heavy webs—plain or embroid* ered 50c ‘‘The Bull Dog”. .. . 39C 25c Adjustable |OC 25c Police Sz Fireman ... 10C Work Shirts In plain, black, sateen, brown, Kahkni, blue skanibrei or in striped effects. .SO cent grade 44c Neckwear A beautiful assortment of men’s four in bands in both silk and washable —French fold end or reversible 50 cent grade at. . . 29c ‘25 cent grade at. . 19c Men s Garters 25 cent Boston. . . . I9c 25 cent Newport |9c Men’s Belts In all colei's and widths. 50c grade 39c 75c grade 59c THE WAUSAU CLOTHING CO. 315 Third Street, Wausau, Wis. JOHN ANDERES, SR. CHAS. W. ANDERES JOS. S. COEL THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW OF THE VALUES IN MEN’S CLOTHING: tA fine assortment of Spring Suits made j Never in the history of the retailing of of good quality Cassime.es, Cheviots, 1 c,o ‘ h . i ?K , 1, * ve the, ' e I*™ values offered 1 J ;as this lot represents. Masterly hand Worsteds, etc. In the Blacks, Fancy tailored shoulders—lapels—and all other yJh Grays and Taus. Splendidly trimmed;! " ,al P oiu,s in . a .? uit of c ' o,he S e, l. ual f° R# easily worth SIO.OO and __ sold for SIB.OO, $20.00, d? ¥ ~ fcA $12.50, at j and $22.00. Now at.. This is one of our strongest lines, one „™ S “ le , will ,est , tl,e m ? mor y of ( fA\\ ... . , . „ .. the clotliing buyers ot Wausau for many m 1 fv a \ npon whirl, we base our cla.m of giving a yeal . and this line we al . e offerin g to % , IV j bigger values during this sale, than the better dressed man—to the man who buys -A r lp } public has ever seen. They comprise all of the highest priced merchant tailors we TTM L \ | the newest and prettiest shades and guarantee them to be absolutely hand tail- jt l weaves shown this season—easily worth ored throughout and made in the known if 1 W *18.50 and *15.1*0 __ ready made merchant tailoring houses of fit W v nr 50-75? America. Formerly sold £ f jg V JO for $25.00 and S2B, now 51 7*75 If irl TAKE, NOTICE —The Wausau Clothing Company just recently J. J organized, purchased Irom Geo. W. Borowitz the entire Bee Hive Clothing Stock Uy I j and opened this Saturday, June 18, lor the purpose ol making a clean sweep Ilf 1 • sale ol the entire stock. The prices in every instance are Clean Sweep prices \] V* and the Quality is the very best in all particulars. This is the greatest bargain M 4 km opportunity ever presented to Wausau Clothing consumers and you are urged to in its advantages. The Following in Boys’ and Children’s Values We are showing a line of boys' and children’s All the latest and most acceptable styles in This is a line of strictly baud made suits, made suits in the Norfolks, Buster Browns, Blouses Boys’ Bloomer Pant Suits in Fancies and Blue nest wool fabrics in all the latest colorings and Double Breasted. Easily worth and , and materials. Single and double breasted. Skes°3to 7 SO, Now* J ' soan,i * 3 : $1.95 “^5.0,r m No.. . St . 5U $3*45 Worth *6.00 to *7.50. All sizes. $ 4>Q5 Men’s and Boys' Hats | . SPECIAL j New Summer Straws We are going to discontinue the 9elliug of A2O Per Cent. Discount A complete liue of spring models iu all the shoes after this clearance sale and everything Consisting of all the latest shapes, sailor, both newest shades and shapes, both soft aud stiff. i Q stock will lie sold at cost oi making. The an( ] stiff brims: The line includes the celebrated Bellmont, Floreheim shoe sold iu all the latest lasts for Formerly *I.OO now $ .80 ... .. .* a. . i- 4 * spring ot 1910 —sold the world over for $5.00, tYirmprlv *1 lon sold the world over tor *3.00, at a discount ot r 6 _ 0 a, O oc m, Lormerl) now 1.2 U ... , t cut to $3.65. $4.00 lor $2.95. The Formerly *2.00. now 1 fiO 20 per cent. Make yOUT own deduc- Beacon shoe, $3.50 kind, for $2.65. $3.00 Formerly $3.00 now’ 2.40 tion. make for $2.35. Genuine Panamas, $5.00 now 4.00 ATIONS have been aroused to an intense pitch by our prelimin- ary announcement concerning our extraordinary purchase ol the stock ol Geo. W. Bcrowitz, who lor the past lour years has had the exclusive reputation ol conducting the most up-to-date Mens Clothing and Furnishing Goods store in the city ol Wausau. This Stock Consists of $25,000 Worth of the Finest and most Up-to- Date Merchandise in Men f s Apparel in the city has been BOUGHT FOR CASH AT A GREAT SACRIFICE and is being placed on sale, and the most phenomenal values are being ohered in the best makes, highest grades, linest styles ol Men s, Boys’ and Children’s Suits, Hats, Caps, Shirts, Underwear, &c. The prices will absolutely astonish you; in many instances they are lower than the wholesale cost. Money Refunded This is something we wish to impress on your mind. II at any time your purchases are unsatis lactory, or if, when you find on getting home the article purchased is not as represented to you —we want you to BRING IT BACK and tell us about it. We want to do what is right with every body. The Sale ol All Sales! Stock Must Go. A Sale ol Everything in Mens Eurnishings Underwear Values Two pieces 5Uc and 60c Balbriggans. 44c 50c B. V. D. Nainsook.. 39c UNION SUITS All $ .75 grades now. . . . $ .44 All 1.00 giades now 89 All 1.25 grades now 98 All 1.50 grades n0w.. .. |-29 All 2.00 grades now.. .. (.09 Boy’s Underwear Ralbriggan and mesh. 25c Values for |OC Arrow Brand Collars Sold the world over at 15c, 2 for 25c, now 0C Boy’s Hose T he Pickaninny, regular values 25c now 19c Linen Handkerchiefs 15 cent values now. . 08c 10 cent values now. . 06c Handkerchiefs Red and Blue, 5c values. - 03 c Fancy Vests A complete line of dress vests in plain white and beautifully colored effects in all sizes at a discount of 20 per cent. Make your own deductions. Men's and Boys' Caps In all shapes and colors. $ .50 grade now. . J .39 1.00 grade now 79 1.50 grade now |-29