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CHICAGO ft NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY. Leave Arrive Wausau Wausau Going East f 2:42a.m. 1:45a.m. Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, I 7:05a.m. 3:ioa.m. Milwaukee and Chicago ! 12:10p.m. 12:22 p.m. 11l :15p.m. 9:55 p.m. Golri East 110:09 &.m. 9:05 a.m. Antlgo, Rhinelander, ■< 7:50p.m. 2:10p.m. Hurley and Ashiand 111:15p.m. 2:10a.m. Going West f 1:46 a.m 2:42 a.m. Marshfield, St. Paul, j 9:05 a.m. 10:09 a.m. Minneapolis and west 1 12:04p.m. 4:00p.m. I 9:55p.m. 11:15p.m. Parlor car on day trains. Train leaving 1115 jj. m. has sleeper for Milwaukee and Chi cago. Train leaving at 146 a. m. has sleeper and reclining chair car for St. Paul and Min neapolis. Tickets sold and baggage checked to all Important points in the United States, Canada and Mexico. D. McNaughton, Agent. C. M. ft ST. PAUL RAILWAY. For Chicago, Milwaukee and west, dally 7:50 p.m. For Chicago, Milwaukee and west, daily, except Sunday 10:05 a. m For the north, dally S :20 a. m. For the north. Sundays only 12 -.45 p. m. For Star Lake, dally, except Sun day 7:50 p.m. Close connect’ons are made wilh 10:05 a. m. train for all points in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Tickets on sale and baggage checked to des tination. H. S. Lutz. Agent. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. Wanted—A boy to pump pipe or gan. Enquire at Pilot office. Fok Sale—l will sell my entire stock of plumbing goods for $6000.00, cash. D. C. Daniels. The first wild cat of the season was brought in Thursday by Dell Hick man of the town of Bergen, who col lected $6 bounty. Frank Tighe will stand trial in municipal court on a charge of having abandoned his family. He furnished bail for liis appearance. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, Monday, Oct. 24th. A civil service examination for railway mail clerk will be held at the various named places on Nov. 12, Milwaukee, Madison, LaCrosse and Wausau. For information apply to Secretary, room 55, 428 Grand Ave., Milwaukee, Wis. Farmers in this county have started digging their late potatoes. The late rains are reported to have increased the crop nearly fifty per cent, over what it promised during the drought. Down in Waupaca county many of the vines are just beginning to blos som. Down in Grand Rapids the board of education has ordered one of the schools closed on account of a number of the students having scarlet fever. All of the books in the building have been ordered burned. The disease is getting a good foothold in Merrill and Tomahawk. Frank Klade, who filed upon Indian reservation lands in North Dakota eighteen months ago, departed for that state the past week, taking with him his family possessions. He is satisfied that lie is going to get rich on this prairie land, but lie may come back to Wausau some day—wiser. The Livingstons is the name of the firm which in the future will conduct the business of tire Livingston Mer cantile Cos., in this city. Incorpora tion papers were filed last week. The incorporators are Sam Livingston, Fannie K. Livingston and Sidney L. Stein. The capital stock is $70,000. A boy with a fine Waltham appear ance, but with Waterbury lungs, ar rived Friday morning to grace the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orin Liljeqvist. In writing jewelry adds Orin lias in serted, “The English, German and Scandinavian languages spoken.” He will now add “baby language” to his list. A carrier pigeon was found last Thursday in a barn on the Aug. Tegge farm ihvvest of the city. Fastened to neck was a small thin brass tag on which was stamped “U. S. 11,639.” It evidently belonged to the government, but what it was doing up here is a question. When liberated it started south, at the same pace at which it is said the election went for Gov. Kent in Maine years ago. Word reached tills city that Emil Breitkreutz, who resides at Los Angel es, Is the father of a bouncing baby boy. Emil was raised in Wausau, and was graduated from our high school and the state university. He is a civil engineer oa the Los Angeles ac queduet. In his letter he says: “It lias been from 108 to 114 degrees in the office all summer, but now it lias gotten down to 92.” A suit has been started in the cir cuit court of Marat lion county en titled A. G. White vs. The G & N. W. Railway Cos. The plaintiff asks SIO,OOO, claiming that lie received personal injuries which have left him unable to earn a livelihood by manual labor. His home is in Osh kosh. Wliile repairing a bridge be longing to the defendant company he was struck by a train Sept. 23, 1909, and severely injured. The board of public works on Wednesday last awarded two sewer contracts to Lutz & Haase. They will construct the E. Washington street sewer, (one block) at eighty-six cents per lineal foot, unless solid rock is encountered. In that event there will be a charge of $4 per cubic yard of rock removed. The Harrison boule vard sewer, 1.300 feet in length will be constructed for sixty cents per foot, #42 extra for catch basins and S3B for man holes. Each sewer will be completed this fall. Miller 9c oLrause also bid on these two jobs. Father Against Son. might have been the title of a case tried in court Wednesday, but it wasn't. It was Aug. Siebert Sr., vs. Aug. Siebert, Jr. The elder ‘•debert claimed that sons, like republics, are ungrateful. He was, he said, employed by ids son for 67 months at a wage scale of $lO per month, making $670. He also loaned Ids son, he says. S4O, making $7lO. In the five years and seven mouths he worked for his son he claims he re ceived but SIOO, leaving a net balance of s6lc due him. He sued to recover this amount. A jury of “twelve men good and true," evidently didn’t think well of the elder Siebert's system of bookkeeping, and returned a verdict granting him a judgment of but S2O. The Sieberts are farmers. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis House, Monday, Oct. 24th. Jos. Chevrier is building an im proved road from N. Sixth street to the hospital. It will he covered with a layer of fine rock. Jakie, trow der cow ofer der fence some hay, tie der dog loose, carry der house in some wood und ton’t forget to take dose proken windows by Pier down. He does glazing. Gewiss. Tlie Wausau Street Railroad Cos. which lias agreed to do the work of laying conduits on Third street, lias started on the job. The start was made at tlie corner of Third and Grant streets. Yesterday was the beginning of the year 5671 of the Hebrew calendar. This is tlie big day of all holidays in tlie Jewish calendar, except Yom Kippur or the day of atonement. The festivities of New Years last until Oct. 5. The last issue of government bonds bear two per cent, interest. Your savings account with this bank will pay you three per cent, interest. You can start an account at the National German American bank with as little as one dollar, and it w ill be a step taken in tlie right direction. The two recruits picked up by tlie big league from the Eau Claire team are furnishing tlie goods. Fading is playing first base regularly on the Pittsburg team, while Callahan ap pears to be a fixture in centre field on the Cleveland team. Both are hitting the ball and playing a faultless field ing game. Gee, but this Minny league of ours is some pumpkins. Tlie C. M. & St. P. Ry. Cos. lias changed the running time of its northbound morning train. The train now pulls in here, or at least tries to, at 8:20 instead of 6:35. Tlie time was changed to 6:35 early in tlie season to accommodate tlie Chicago fishermen, but there are many along tlie line who would be pleased to see the train continue to run at tlie early morning hour. It was a great convenience for traveling and business men. MEMBERS OF THE DIETZ FAM ILY WOUNDFD. Clarence, Leslie and Myra Dietz, sons and daughter of John Dietz the Cameron dam outlaw, were shot and seriously wounded by Sheriff Mike Madden of Sawyer county and two deputies, in a fight on Saturday last. The Dietzes were on their way to Winter when the officers attempted to capture them. They did not in tend to be captured and a fight en sued, resulting in each of the three being shot and the girl and Clarence being captured. Clarence lias been locked up in the county jail and the girl is under the care of a surgeon. Sheriff Madden says lie is planning a raid on the Dietz homestead. When attempting to capture Dietz’ sons Sat urday he had warrants to take them dead or alive, for aiding and abetting their father in defying the law'. This will be none of your French “affairs of honor” and someone is going to have his epidermis opened before tlie affair is ended. DANDRUFF CURED IN TWO WEEKS OR MONEY BACK. The above is the guarantee W. W. Albers, tlie druggist, is offering for Parisian Sage, the greatest of all hair restorers. If you have dandruff take advantage of tiiis offer and kill the little dandruff germs that will surely steal your hair if allowed to continue to persistently burrow into the hair roots. Parisian Sage is a ! so guaranteed to stop falling hair and itching of the scalp. Don’t accept any substitute from any druggist. Parisian Sage is the original prescription of one of the world's greatest scientists, and is manufactured only in this country by Giroux Mfg. Cos., Buffalo, N. X. Parisian Sage is an exhilarating and pleasant hair dressing; it is not sticky or greasy and it makes the hair soft, beautiful and luxuriant. First publication Oct. 4. last Oct. 25. Notice to Creditors. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Mara thon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby trlven that the time up to, find including the first Tuesday of April. 1911. is hereby allowed to creditors of Otto Hallen stein, deceased, to present their claims for examination and allowance. Also that all claims so presented, will he examined and adjusted at a regular term of said county court to he held at the court house, in the city of Wausau, on the first Tuesday of April, 1911, and on the first Tuesday of May, 1911. Dated Sept. 27, 1910. By the court, Ci.ydr L. Warren. County Judge. Reuser & Ringls, Attorneys. First publication Sept. last Oct. 11. Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mara thon County,—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the special term of the county court to be held in and for said county, at the court house in the city of Wausau, in said county, on the third Tuesday. (Iteiut: the ISth day) of October. A. I>. 1910. at lOo’clock a. m„ the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Albert Peter to admit to probate the last will and testament of Caroline Peter, late of the city of Wausau, in said county, deceased, ana for letters testamentary thereon to lie issued to Albert Peter, of Wau sau. Marathon county. Wisconsin. Dated Sept. 24. 1910. By order of the court, Clyde L. Warren, County Judge. Henry Miller. First publication Sept. 27. last Oct. U. Notice o( Final Settlement and Assign ment. State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mara thon Countyln Probate. Notes' is hereby given that at a special term of the county court to be held in and for said county, at the court house, in the city of Wau sau. in said county, on the said fourth Tues day. (being the 25th day) of October, A. D. 1910. at 10 o'clock a. m., the following matters will tie heard and considered: I .ie application of Anna Knippel. executrix of the will of Andrew K>'ippel. late of the city of Wausau in said county, deceased, for the examination and allowance of her fiual account of her administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of said Andrew Knippel, deceased, to such other per sons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated September 24th. 1910. By order of the court. Ci.vdk L. Warren. County Judge Regneh A Ringle. Attorneys. First publication Sept. 27, last Oct. 11. Notlc* of Final Settlement and Assign ment. State of Wisconsin, county court for Mara thon Comityln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a special term of the county court to be held in and for -aid county, at the court house, in the city of W au sau, in said county, on th* said fourth Tues day. ibeiugthe 25th day) of October. A. D. 191 c, at W* o'clock a. m.. the following matters will hs neard aud considered: The application of Augnst Rilger. executor of the will of John Lemmer. Sr., late of the vil lage of Marathon City, in said county, de ceased. for the examination and allowance of his fiual account of bis administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of said John Lemmer. Sr., deceased, to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated September 24th. 1910. By order of the court. Clyde L. Warren. County Judge. Rigner A Ringle. Attorneys. PEOPLE’S PULPIT... jfjT \ Blood Atonement ft JSL \ Sermon by IT Q* mm#) CHARLES T. TOr Sin . russell. is a Necessity Ak*. j Pa T° r k Br °° ldyn “The life of the fleth is in the blood; and I jMHkjfJt, ! abemacle have given it lo you upon the altar, to make jgß an atonement for your souls; for it is the WR blood that maketh an atonement for the soul" (Leviticus xvii, I I). Brooklyn, N. Y., October 2.—Pastor Russell of the Brooklyn Tabernacle addressed a large and very attentive audience today at the Academy of Mu sic from the above text. He said:— Ours Is a day in which, more than ever before, the statement of our text is disputed—disbelieved—by Jews. Gen tiles and Christians. The great Chris tian author. SL Paul, agrees exactly with the words of Moses in our text, saying. "Without the shedding of blood there is no remission of sins" (Hebrews ix, 22>. The orthodox Jew and the orthodox Christian, therefore, are in substantial agreement as to the foundation of things and the unortho dox are in agreement of opposition. The latter agree that there is no neces sity for Sin Atonement—that the later thought of all the wise men of the earth, the greatest ministers and rab bis, is that there is no such thing as Original Sin; hence could be no such thing as necessity for cancelling it—of making an atonement or satisfaction to Justice on behalf of It. Two things have contributed to these unorthodox, unscrlptural views. (1) The agnostic Jew not only dis putes the Bible as an authority on the subject, but. In addition, admits to himself that if the shedding of blood, if the sacrifices commanded by the Levltical code for Sin Atonement be admitted to be right and necessary, it would involve the thought that the Jewish people have had no Sin Atone ment In any sense of the word for more than eighteen centuries, because Sin Atonement must be made accord ing to certain specified conditions or else it could not be made at all. The loss of the Ark of the Covenant con taining the Law, and covered by the mercy-seat, was one of these disasters. The destruction of Jerusalem, the City of the great King, was another, and, above all, the Law required that the sacrifices should be killed, and the presentations sacrificially made to God, only by a priest who could show his lineage as a son of Aaron. (2) Since the destruction of Jerusalem A. D. 70, the Jewish nation has been scattered and devastated by their foes —some of these, alas, claiming to be Christians and dishonoring the name of Jesus! Asa result all official rec ords and genealogies of the Jewish people are broken, vitiated, destroyed Undoubtedly there are numerous de scendants from Aaron living today; but. since they cannot prove their descent, they are absolutely forbidden to at tempt to make a Sin Atonement on the Atonement Day. Viewing the matter from this standpoint the unorthodox Jew feels all the more inclined to re pudiate the necessity for any Sin Atonement. Alas, indeed, many of them seem not only to have lost con fidence in the Mosaic arrangement, but to have lost faith entirely in a personal God. We hope and believe that many of these are sincere and will be blessed and assisted back to faith shortly and to a better understanding of the holy Scriptures and of God’s dealings with their nation. Jewish Atonement a Farce. In view of wliat we have said, all must see that It would be impossible for the Jews properly to observe the Atouemeut Day, Laving uo priest nor other facility necessary to the require ments of the Law. Nevertheless, an out ward show of ceremony Is kept up. On the proper Atonement Day of their year, the Tenth Day of the Seventh Month, the Jew figuratively ackuowledges that the merit of the previous sacrifice has expired. He fasts. He prays, accord lug to the original program. But he has no priest. No bullock Is slain for the sins of the tribe of Levi. No goat is slain for the sins of the other tribes. And no blood is .taken into the Most Holy to make an Atonement. Not only have they no priest to officiate, but they have no mercy-seat. Some of them wring the neck of a rooster, swinging It over the head three times. But this was not the sacrifice of the Day of Atonement aud could not take Its place. We should not be misunderstood as holding up the Jew to ridicule. Quite to the contrary, we sympathize with him. We appreciate his reverence for the Divine Law and his desire for fel lowship with God in the cleansing of his sins. We would, however, suggest to them that nothing Is to be ga'ined by deceiving themselves aud each oth er into the supposition that their Atonement Day brings them any relief or harmonizes them in any sense of the word with the Almighty. What they do is a mere farce. The sooner this be acknowledged the sooner will their honesty in the matter bring them Into the proper condition of heart to recognize that tlie sins of more than eighteen centuries rest upon them un cancelled and that this is tlie expinna tion of the calamities that have be fallen them When Israelites come properly to un derstand the situation, they will see that all their hopes center in Mes siah’s Kingdom Messiah is not only the great King typified by David and Solomon, but he Is also the great Priest typified by Aaron and more par ticularly by Melchisedec. who was a M. J. KLIMEK Proprietor of Siili Street Liyery Stable TELEPHONE 1497 Rigs furnished for funerals, wed dings and parties, also ’busses to picnics, etc. Drivers furnished. Everything First Class Terms Reasonable Palmo Tablets transform weak, broken-down, nerv ous wrecks into magnificent types of physical perfection. They restore the nerves and kidneys to their normal conditions and make you look and feel years younger. Guaranteed. 60 cents. Book Free. The S. R red Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale by W. W. Albers, druggist. priest upon his kingly throne. So Mes siah will not only be the great King over Israel and the world, but he will be the great Priest whose application of his own merit will effect the can cellation of sins forever. He will not re-introduce to them sacrifices of bulls and goats, but will make known to them that those sacrifices were mere foreshadowings of better sacrifices— so much better that they will not need repeating yearly, but work a perpet ual cancellation of the sins of Israel and of all the children of Adam. Higher Critics Repudiate the Blood. All the worldly-wise of Christendom have reached the point of repudiating the testimony of the Old Testament and the New respecting the need of a sacrificial death for the satisfaction of Divine Justice, the cancellation of sin and the restitution of the sinner to Di vine favor. The claim of the so-called New Theologists repudiates the fall, repudiates the ransom and repudiates a restitution to all that was lost claiming that nothing was lost and that all we have Is gain. Thus the world and its wisdom know not God and appreciate not his arrangement that, as death came upon mankind through the sin of oue man (Adam), even so a restitution to life should come to all men through Christ—that “as all in' Adam die. even so all In Christ shall be made alive.” These worldly-wise cannot deny the fact that there is sin in the world and that there is death in the world and that the tendency of all sin Is towards death. They cannot deny that death is gaining a greater hold than ever be fore upon our race. Insane asylums, prisons and reform schools show that, notwithstanding our educational facil ities and wonderful achievements under the enlightening Influences of the New Dispensation uow da wniug—neverthe less, the insanity statistics and the prison statistics and the physical sta tistics show that, in spite of every thing. our race is becoming mentally, morally and physically weaker day by day. It is for them to explain how these facts fit to their theory of Evolu tion The Christian’s View of Sin Atonement. By tlie term Christian we refer to those who intelligently believe the ex planation of the Bible resis ting sin, that It is a violation of the Divine Law and carries with it a penalty— that Father Adam was created as sin less as are the angels and as perfect as they, only on a little lower plane of being. Obedience was required of him as the price of Divine favor and everlasting life. Disobedience thrust him from Paradise into the unpre pared earth to wrestle with the thorns and thistles, where the decree. “Dying thou slialt die.” accomplished his exe cution. His race was in his loins and naturally shared by heredity his weaknesses and death penalty, so that the entire race is a dying race. But the Creator was unwilling that Adam and his children should die as brutes. God did not revoke his decree of death nor give any Intimation that he had done unjustly in condemning his creature. lie did, however, provide a way for their relief. lie provided that, as the first man alone had sin ned actually, so one Redeemer alone would be necessary for the race. And to him he offered a great reward, so that his sacrifice for sins would work out to his own advantage, as well as to the sinner’s. A part of the reward was the high exaltation to the heaven ly nature—far above angels, and the gift of the Kingdom of earth neces sary for the overruling and subduing of the spirit of rebellion in the world and for the exaltation aud uplifting from sin and death conditions of all the willing aud obedient of Adam’s entire race. “The Better Sacrifices." From the Divite standpoint “the man Christ Jesus gave himself a ran som for all.” for Adam’s* entire race, to be testified in due time. He anti typed tlie bullock of Israel’s Atone ment Day, as well as antityped the priest who slew the bullock—because he offered up himself. Rewarded by the Almighty, he was raised from death to tlie spirit plane, higher than the angels. Applying his merit to the antitypical Levites. “the household of faith,” "the Church of the First borns.” he then began a work little understood by either Jews or Chris tians, but nevertheless clearly outlined in the Word of God. His work throughout this age has been the gath ering of the elect class—which Is cho sen because of faithfulness to him and obedience In walking In his steps in the narrow way. These, composed both of Jews and of I Gentiles, have for centuries been in course of development—their sacri fices being typified by that of th* Lord’s goat on the Atonement Day Their sacrifices are small and lean like that of the goat, in comparison to th. bullock. But they are accepted by the Great High Priest, aud the offering j of their sacrifice is counted as his sac- j riflee. Thus eventually the High j Priest will complete bis work of sin- 1 atonement *we believe very soon) an. then bis second application of the blood upon the Mercy Seat will be The Hunting Season Shot Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Am munition of ah kinds, Cartridge Belts, Game Sacks, Hunters’ Knives and Axes, etc., at R. Bauman's, third sr. 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There will come In Israel's share In the great work of recovering the world to God. They are still beloved for the fathers' sakes and the gifts and calling of God to them are things he will not repent of. At that time the great anti typical Prophet, Priest and King will begin his work as a Mediator. At that time he will mediate by bringing into operation the New Covenant which God promised he would make with Is rael and Judah, “after those days”— after the days of their humiliation and being cast off; they shall be reclaimed and uplifted and blessed and used of the Lord. This is God’s Covenant with them when he will take away their sins—when by virtue of the “better sacrifices" their sins shall be abso lutely and forever cancelled by the antitypical Priest, of whom the Proph et David wrote, "The Lord hath sworn, and will not repent, Thou art a priest for the age after the order of Mel chizedek”—a kingly priest on the spirit plane (Psalm cx, 4). What Atonement Signifies. The word Atonement or At-one-ment signifies the bringing of persons alien ated or estranged back into harmony, sympathy, union. Many are perplexed at the doctrine of blood-atonement so prominently set forth in the Bible. The shedding of blood is naturally revolt ing and properly so. It seems strange, therefore, to those who do not under stand the philosophy of the Divine Plan of Salvation, why God should have required a blood-atonement for sin. Sometimes the very people who object to blood-atonement believe some thing much more awful—that an atone ment for sin can be effected by hun dreds or thousands of years of most terrible torture. Some believe even worse than this—that an everlasting torment penalty for sin will be exacted of all except the saintly few of hu manity. How inconsistent and illogi cal we have all been in our reasoning upon religious subjects! In Scriptural usage blood stands for, or represents, the life. In harmony with this is our ordii; vy use of the word. We read, "The blood of Jesus Christ our Lord cleai r~j hus from all sin." Here the word blood stands for death, or rather, fur the merit of the sacrificial death of Jesus. His death would have been equally efficacious as man's liansom-Price if his side had not been pierced. It would have been equally meritorious if he had died in any other manner, except that he was to take the place of the sinner to the very last degree—as the Mosaic Law declares, "Cursed is everyone that bangeth upon a tree,’’ thus branding crucifixion as the most ignominious form of death. But why should God require the death of a victim ns a basis for the forgiveness of the sins of Adam and his race? We reply that God’s Law was intended to be an illustration of the exactness of Divine Justice. Jus tice could not punish Adam nor his children with everlasting torture or any other of the horrible things we once Imagined. The severest penalty of the Divine Law is represented in our common law, w |ch. as an extreme penalty, requires . >e death of the transgressor. AdaiV Having been sen tenced to death, would have had no future opportunity for life—neither by resurrection nor otherwise. Adam's children, sharing his weaknesses, would have had no opportunity to regain life, because justice is unchangeable. If it was just to condemn sin, it would be injustice to rescind the penalty and set the culprit free. * Diviue Love has provided a way by which Adam and his childreu are all to be freed from death and have an opportunity of eter nal life—not by violating the require ments of Divine Justice, but by fulfill-, ing them. Hence iu due time, the man Christ Jesus died for the man Adam, to caueel his sin, to satisfy his penalty. And since his sin and pen alty have been Inherited by his chil dreu, the one sacrifice for sin is suffi cient for all. The work or atonement is not com pleted. The first half of atonement is the satisfaction of Justice. But even this part is not yet completed. The Redeemer presents his sacrifice in two parts, according to the type. The first effusion of his blood spoke peace to believers who now have the ears to hear and the heart to obey; the second effusion, as shown by the Law (Leviticus xvi, 15), will make reconciliation for the sins of all the people—the whole world of mankind.; Then the other part of Atonement be-i gins. After the Divine reconciliation comes human reconciliation. The great Mes siah will not require sacrifices of hu manity, but, on the contrary, will open the blind eyes and cause the knowledge of the grace of God to; reach Adam and every member of his race. Then all willing for reconcilia tion will be helped by the great Medi ator of the New Covenant and by Israel, his Chosen People and earthly representatives. The object to be ac complished during Messiah’s reign Is the bringing to all the willing ami • obedient the restitution which God has promised—restitution to all that was lost Ultimately Messiah will transfer the allegiance of the whole world (perfected by himt to Jehovah God. that be may he all in all (I Corinthians xv. 2S). HIS DISAPPOINTMENT. Last Saturday morning a business man who lias an office in a building on Third street came down town and entered his office for the day's grind. To the young man who does clerical work in the office, the “old man" ap peared to be feeling good about some thing, he was more pleasant than usual. He had not been in the office long until he turned to the young man and said, "James (a name we have adopted) take a month off.” Ttie young man's face lit up. He had slaved through the past hot sea son and was beginning to fear that winter would come ere he could take his vacation. But iiere was the op portunity. He was so tickled that he began to dance a Salome dance. The “old man” said, “Here, what yer doin'?” The stenographer, who is also janitor of the office rooms, re plied by saying, “Didn’t you tell me I could take a month off?” "Yes,” said his employer "today is October Ist. Yesterday was the last of Sep tember. You will notice that the wall calendar still shows September. Take a month off and throw it in the waste basket.” An expression which no words in the English lan guage can describe, settled o’er the young man’s face. Reader, you know both parties, if we were to mention them. This is a true story and will stand comparison, so far as truthfulness is concerned, with that other one which is to the effect that Third street is to be paved this fall. It's the World's Best. No one has ever made a salve, oint ment or balm to compare with Buck len’s Arnica Salve. It’s the one per fect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands, or Sprains, it’s supreme. Infallible for Piles. Only 25c at W. W. Albers. NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION. STATE OF WISCONSIN. I Department of Stale, f ' TO THE COUNTY CLERK; Notice is hereby given that at a general election to he held in the several towns, wards, villages andelectlon districts of the State of Wisconsin on the first Tuesday succeeding the first Monday, being the Sth day of Novem ber, 1910, the following officers are to be elected: A governor in place of James O. David son. whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, A. D. 1911. A Lieutenant Governor in place of John Strange, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A Secretary of State iu place of James A. Frear. whose term of office will expire on the first-Monday of January. 1911. A State Treasurer in place of Andrew 11. Dahl, whose term of office will expire on tiie first Monday of January. 1911. An Attorney General in place of Frank L. Gilbert, whose term of office will expire on the first. Monday of January. 1911. A commissioner of Insurance In place of G. E Heedle. whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A Kepresentative iu Congress, for the Tenth Congressional District, consisting of tiie coun ties of Iron. Vilas. Oneida. Forest. Florence. I.auglade, Lincoln. Shawano. Marathon. Tay lor Price. Ashland and W ood, in place of Hon. E. A. Morse, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A State Senator for tiie Twenty-fifth Senate District, consisting of the couqties of Clark and Marathon, in place of Hon. S. M. Marsh, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1911. A Member of Assembly for the First Assem bly District of Marathon County, consisting of the towns of Bergen, Berlin. Bern. Brighton, Cassel, Cleveland. Day. Eau Pleine, Emmet. Frankfort, Halsey. Hamburg. Holton, Hull. Johnson. Maine, McMillan, Marathon. Moslnee. Rib Falls, Rietbrock, Spencer, Stettin and Wien, and tiie villages of Fenwood. Marathon City, McMillan, Mosinee and the east ward of Colby and tile villages of Athens. Edgar. Spencer. Stratford and Unity, in piaeeof Hon. Nick Schmidt, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A Member of Assembly for the Second As sembly District for Marathon County, con sisting of tiie towns of Easton. Eldron. Fran zen. Harrison. Hewitt, Knowlton, Kronenwet ter. Norrie, Pike Lake, Plover, Texas, Wausau. Weston, Flieth and Ringle, the villages of Brokaw, Schofield and the city of Wausau, in place of Hon. August F. Marquardt. whose term of office will expire outlie first Monday of January, 1911. Also all candidates for county offices re quired by law to be chosen at such election. In accordance with Section 1, of Article XII, of the constitution of the State of Wiscon sin, and Chapters 478, 508 and 514 of the Laws of 1909, the following Joint Resolu tions adopted by the legislature of the state of Wisconsin at the regular sessions of 1907 and 1909, are made a part of the foregoing notice and are to be voted upon at said election, to-wit: (No. 35, S.) JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 5. Providing an amendment to section 3 of article IV of the Constitution of the stateof Wisconsin, relating to apportionment. Whereas. At tiie biennial session of the legis lature for the year 1907 an amendment to the Constitution of this State was proposed and agreed to by a majority of tiie members elected to each of the two houses, which pro posed amendment was in the following language: “Resolved by tiie Senate, the Assembly con curring, That Section 3 of article IV of the Constitution of the State of Wisconsin be amended to read as follows: “Section 3. At their first session after each, enumeration made by the authority of the United States, the Legislature shall apportion and district anew the members of the Senate and Assembly, according to the number of in habitants, excluding Indians not taxed, sol diers. and officers of the United States Army and Navy.” Resolved by the Senate, the Assembly con curring. That the foregoing proposed amend ment to the Constitution of the Stateof Wis consin be and the same is agreed to by this legislature. (No. 'S3. A.) JOINT RESOLUTION NO. 7. To amend section 21 of article 4 of the con stitution. relating to the compensation of members of the legislature. Whereas. At the biennial session of the legislature for the year 1907. an amendment to the constitution was proposed and agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two houses, which proposed amendment is as follows: Resolved by the assembly, the senate con curring, That section 21 of article IV of the constitution be amended by striking out the word "five," being the twentieth word in the Isxly thereof, and by inserting in lieu thereof the word "ten" so that the same when amend ed shall read as follows: section 21. Each member of the legislature shall receive for his services for and during a regular session the sum of ten hundred dol lars. and ten cents for every mile he shall travel in going to and returning from the place of meeting of the legislature on the most usual route. In a case of an extra ses sion of the legislature no additional compen sation shall be allowed to any member thereof, either directly or indirectly, except for mileage, to l>e computed at the same rate as for a regular session. No stationery, newspapers, postage or other perquisites, except the salary and mileage above provided, shall lie received from the state by any member of the legisla ture for his services or in any other manner as such memtier: now. therefore. Resolved by the assembly, the senate con curring, That the foregoing proposed amend ment to the Constitution of the state of Wis consin, tie and the same Is hereby agreed to by this legislature. (No. 38 A.) JOINT RESOLUTION. To amend section lo of article VIII of the constitution relating to internal improve ments. W hereas. at the biennial session of the legis lature of 1807. an amendment to the constitu tion was proposed and agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two houses, which proposed amendment is as follows: Resolved by the senate, the Assembly con curring, that section 10 of article VIII of the constitution be amended by adding at the end of said section the followiug: "Provided that the state may appropriate moneys for the purpose of acquiring, preserving and develop ing the water power aud the forests of the state; but there shall not be ai*iropriated un der the authority of this section in any one year an amonrit to exceed two-tenths of one mill of the taxable property of the state as determined by the last preceding state assess ment. w Resolved by the assembly, the senate con curring. That the foregoing proposed amend ment to the constitution of the state of Wis consin be and the same is agreed to by this legislature IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my seal. Done at the Capitol in the city of M adison this 28lhday of August. A D.. (SEAL) 1810 J. A 1-REAR. .secretary of State. STATE OF WISCONSIN. County of Marathon -ss. County Clerk’s Office. Notice is hereby given that at a general election to be held In the several towns, wards, villages and election district* of the state of Wisconsin, on the first Tuesday succeeding the first Monday, being the ;th day of Novem ber. 1910. the following officers for Marathon county are to be elected; n R. TURBIN of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past twenty years, will agaiu be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Monday, Oct. 24 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M., and every fourth Monday thereafter. 1 DOCTOR TURBIN 103 Randolph St., Chicago Young Men, Are You Nervous, Despondent, Weak, Debilitated, Tired Mornings. No Ambition, Lifeless, Dizziness, Poor Memory, Easily Fa tigued. Excitable, Irritable, Weak Back. Hollow-eyed, Sunken Cheeks, Haggard Looking. Foul Breath, Heart Flutter, Sleeplessness, Catarrh, Lack of Energy and Confidence? Consult me. Weak and Diseased Nerves, Weakness, Twitching. Jerking, Easily Excited, Wornout Feeling. Weak. Aching Back. Lack of Strength. Energy or Ambition, Poor Memory, Bashful, Restless at Night, Despondent. Consult me. STOMACH TROUBLES Appetite* Dyspepsia, Images* tion. Bad Taste or Breath. Sick Headache, Bloated, Heartburn, Sour Belching. Spitting Up, Catarrh, Gas, Gnawing, Nervousness. Consult me. uriDT U/rAKMFQC Fluttering. Skipping. Palplta ntfUll TVLftnnLOO *tion. Pun in Heart, Side or Shoulder Blade, Short Breath, Weak, Sinking, Cold or Dizzy Spells, Swelliug, Rheumatism, Throb Li ng in Ex citement or Exertion. Consult me. PATARDU Hawking. Spitting. Nose Running Watery uft I Rnlxli or Yellowish Matter or Stopped t’p. Sneez ing, Dull Headache, Coughing. Deafness. Paius in Kid neys, Bladder, Lungs. Stomach or Bowels may be Ca tarrh. Consult me BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES tT mors. Goitre, Tetter, Eczema and Elood Poison thor oughly eradicated, leaviug the systeii in a strong, pure and healthful state. ii rn ITT y° ,,r troubles i? living away from the city. Thousands cured at home W Ixl IC. by correspondence and medicines sent as directed. Absolute secrecy in all professional dealings. Addrtst all letters plainly, giving street ?nd number. Send 2-cent Stamp for list of questions. Tie Largest aid Most Modern Brewery ia Nertlen Wisconsin Where the good, old “RUDER BEER" m 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 tiie same money. A trial order will convince you. Telephone No. 1003. A county clerk in place of John King. whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A county treasurer in place of Herman Vet ter. whose term of office wilt expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A sheriff in place of John Sell, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A Coroner In placeof Willard C. Dickens whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1911. A Clerk of the circuit court in place of Alfred A. Bock, whose term of office will ex pire on tiie first Monday of January. 1911. A district attorney in place of Frank P. Keyner. whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. 1911. A register of deeds in place of William K. Cliellis, wtiose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1911. A surveyor in place of Ransom 11. Brown, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January, 1911. Given under my hand and official sen! at the court house in the city of Wausau this 14th day of September, A. D., 1910. JOHN KING, (SEAL) County Clerk. First publication Sept. 13. last Sept. 27. Probate Notice. Stateof Wisconsin. County Court for Mara thon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the special term of the county court to be held in and for said county, at the court house In the city of Wausau, in said county, on the second Tues day, (being the 11th day) Of October. A. D. 1910. at 10 o’clock a. m.. the following matter will l>e heard and considered: The application of Henry H. Schneider to admit to prolmte the last will and testament of John Schneider, late of the city of Wausau. In said county, deceased, and for letters testa mentary thereon to tie Issued to Henry 11. Schneider of the city of Wausau, Wisconsin. Dated September 10, 1910. By order of the court. Clyde L. Warren. Henry Miller. County Judge. First publication Sept. 201. ast Oct. 23. Sheriff's Sale. State of Wisconsin, in the Circuit Court of Marathon County. William Schoenebeku. Plaintiff./ Minnie Baumann, Defendant. l Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an execution issued out of ami under the seal of said circuit court for Marathon county and si ate of Wisconsin, in the above entitled action in which judgment was rendered In municipal court for Marathon county on the 2xtli day of May. A. I). 1810. and a t ranscriptlori of said judgment was duly docketed In the office of the clerk of the circuit court of said Marathon county on the 2sth day of May. A. 1). I9l<>. against the personal and real property of the above named defendant, and for want of suf ficient goods and chattels, whereon to levy the same. I have levied upon and shall expose for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash, at the west door of the court house In the city of Wausau, in said county, and state aforesaid, on the Bth day of Novem ber, A. D. 19)0. at the hour of HI o’clock In the forenoon of aid day, all of the right, title and Interest which the aliove named defendant. Minnie Baumann, had on the 2sth day of May. I9lu or lias since acquired in and to the follow ing real estate, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to raise the amount due the plaintiff and the principal, interest and costs. Includ ing the costs of selling, to-wit: Government lots fifteen (15) and twenty-two (22). in section thirty-one (31). township thirty (30), range nine (9) east. Dated Septeinlier 13. 1910. John L. Sell. Sheriff of Marathon County. M isconsln. First publication Sept- 20 last Nov, 1. Notice of Foreclosure and Sale. State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court. Mara thon County. John Platta and Eland State Bank Plaintiffs. Henry LaPorte and Susan LaPorte, lie fend ants. J Notice is hereby given that pursuant to and by virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly rendered in the above entitled act mu on the 17th day of September. 1808. and dock eted in the office of the clerk of the above named court on said day. I. John L. Sell, sheriff in and for Marathon county, will offer for sale and sell, at public auction, to the highest r.pi.iel on the ;,ft; <l;,i of November. A. I). 1810. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day. at the west door of the court house in the city of Wausau, in said County and state aforesaid, the followiug described premises named in said judgment, or so much thereof as may be sufficient to raise the amount due to the plaintiffs for principal. Interests and costs. Including the costs of sale., to-wit Lot ten < H) of block ten (1U). of the Fen wood Lumber company's plat of the village of Hatley, in Maratjton county, Wisconsin. Dated at Wausau. Wisconsin, this 19th day of septeicher, A. D. 1910. JOHN L SELL. Sheriff of Marathon County. Brows. Pradt & Gesrjch. Attorneys for Plaintiffs. Expert Medical EXAMINATION AND CONSULTATION FREh I want lo talk lo every lurttret. The fact that you have been treated elsewhere without benefit and are xkepiUal does not discourage me in the least; nearly all ot sa> patients tell of this same experience. lam cut ing men nd women every day and feel sure 1 can do the aam: for you. 1 especially solicit the stubborn, chronic, seem ingly incurable cases. Persons who realize the serious ness and gravity of their condition, and will appreciate benefits conferred and the cure 1 give, come to me for free consultation. 1 will then explain how different, better and mute curative are my methods of treatment than those possessed by others. My special training and long years of experience in treating all Chronic, Net vou>. Blood. Pelvic and Special Diseases give me manv advantages over the average physician. I treat Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles, Constipa* tion, All Rectal Diseases, Weak and Unhealthy Kidneys, and Lingering Ailments. 1 personally attend everyone who applies tor ucatment at my office, as I have no incompetent hited doctors to unskillful I v ■ t , and every man who ea gages my services gets the bepe&f ot the efficiency that has marked my success in the past. w up for lost. If your physical system has been impaired, if your vitality is assailed from overwork or worry, it yoj are tainted by disease in any form, you owe if to yourselr to seek and obtain a restorative power at oncr._ MY COUNSEL WILL COST YOU NOTHING. BUT MV CHARGES FOR A PERFECT ( URE WILL BE REA SON ABLE AND NOT MORE THAN YOU WILL BE WILLING TO PAY FOR THE BENEFITS CONFERRED LADIES CONSULT A SPECIALIST from prrsiitent Hr.darhr, Pains in [hr Rack, and reel as it it were impossible lot you to endure your truublet and still he obliged to attend to your household and social obligations, t will cure you it you trust youtaell to my care. I have treated and cured a great many. IL is in time of sudden mishap or accident that Chamberlain’s Lini ment can be relied upon to take the place of tiie family doctor, who can not always be found at the moment. Then it is that Chamberlain’s Lini ment is never found wanting. In cases of sprains, cuts, wounds, and bruises Chamberlain's Liniment takes out tiie soreness and drives away the pain. Sold by all dealers. First publics!ion Aug. 23, last Sept. 27. Sheriff'* Sale. Stateof Wisconsin in Circuit Court Marathon County. International Harvester Company of America, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. James Stefi and Francis Stetl, tits wife. John SI eye and Owosso Car riage and Sleigh company, a cor iMiiratiou, Defendants. By virtue of the judgment of foreclosure and sale made in the above entitled action on the Itth day of August. 19(>9, the undersigned Sheriff of Marat lion County State of Wlflcon 'sin. will sell at the West door of the Court ; House in the City of Wausau, in said County, on the 12th day of Octolter. 1910, at ten o'clock, I of the forenoon of that day, tiie real estate and mortgaged premises directed by said judgment to lie sold and therein described as follows: I Alt Three (.'!) of Block Two (2). In the recorded plat of Hatley, Marathon County, Wisconsin. Terms of sale cash. Dated August 15th, 1910. John L. Sell. Sheriff of Marathon County. Bump A Masson, Plaintiff's Attys First publication Sept. 20. last Nov. 1. Sheriff's Sale. State of Wisconsin. Circuit Court, Marathon County. Caroline Schmidt, Plaintiff,! vs. I Anna Kkitteb. Fred lajbb, Frank Ritter and Fred M. Dectsch. Defendants, j By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sale, duly made in the aitove entitled action on the 9th day of September, 1909. duly dock eted in the office of the clerk of the circuit court of said Marathon county and duly re corded on page 508. volume 2. of the Judgment record in the office of the said clerk of the said circuit court of said Marathon county, I John i.. Sell the undersigned sheriff of said Mara thon county. will sell at the we-U front door of the court, house in the city of Wausau, in -.aid Marathon county, on Hie third day of November, Mfl at ffl o’clock Ip the forenoon of tlt at da; the e :tl estate and mortgaged premises directed by said judgment to be sold and therein described as follows, to-wlt: lx>ts eight (8), nine (91, ten (|0). eleven (11). twelve (12), thirteen (13) and fourteen <l4/. of block fift-eii (15). of the Edgar Land company’s first addition to Edgar Marathon county, Wiscon siu. * Dated this 20th day of September. 1910. JOHN L SELL, Sheriff of Marathon County. Wisconsin. M. W. Sweet. Attorney for Plaintiff. Every Woman talattfcMed anil tiiul<l know so. Urn about the wonderful t Xtpm MARVEL Whirling Spray BRvVj*- (esnl The new t scinsi sjrln*< V' I Best—Mott con ven -1 c *** iJlN; * Alt your drngirltt for GGUMtt&'s' . 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