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Trust Cos. WE MAKE DRAWING WILLS A SPECIALTY. You employ a specialist in other matters. Why not employ a Specialist to draw your Will? CONSULTATIONS FREE OFFICERS: A. L. Kkeutzeii, Pres. M. B. Eosesbeeky, Vice-Pres. C. R. Bird, Treas. Otto G. Fehlhaber, Sec. and Cashier. Corner Fourth and Scott Sts. BARGAINS IN Lands and City Property Crocker-Thayer Land Cos. 312 Scott St., Up Stairs We have for sale a lot 0:1 the corner of Third Ave. and Clark street where the street car turns. This is a fine location for a store, being on the corner and near a couple of Wausau stopping places. Come In and see us we will sell It cheap. Here Is another good business place, two lots on corner of Sixth.street and Wausau Ave. These must be sold at once. Come in now if you want one. For sale two lots on Sturgeon Eddy road, one-half block from Grand Ave. Prices low and terms easy. 3 acres near street car track; good land; will be sold cheap; east side. Inside the city. 40 acres three miles from city, 20 acres clear, near river. $1,700. 80 acres of land six miles from city. Big Sandy river runs through this land, and the land is covered with cord wood and pulpwood. Price on this land is SI,OOO, one-half down, bal ance on time to suit the buyer. 40 acres of timber land within one mile of railroad, near Kelly station. 75,000 feet of white pine timber. 30,000 feet of hemlock, 5.000 feet of hardwood, besides pulp and cord wood. Price $1,300. Come in quick if you want this. Another snap. 40 acres of timber land near Rhinelander, with 200.000 feet of hemlock saw log timber, within two miles of Wisconsin river; settlers near land. Price SBOO. House and lot, 505 Gallon street, west side, 9-room house, all modern conveniences. Barn 14x28. This is situated in a good neighborhood. It will be sold for $2,500 if taken at once. Two hundred acres of timber land near Crandon. three miles from R. R. track; 800,000 feet of saw log timber. Price $2,000. City ,ots in Maple Hill adltion and acre lots In Forest Park addition. This will be the best residence district in the city where there are paries and springs, beautiful trees and the river view, and the best of neigbors, A 10-room house supplied with ail modern conveni rices, furnace, electric lights, bath, etc. Located on Harrison Blvd., overlooking the Wisconsin river, and from it can be had a splendid dew of Big Bull falls. Price $4,500; one-half down, balance on easy payments. House and lot on Stuben street. The house was built last summer and is modern in every way. Twelve-room house on Maine street, with all modern improvements, two blocks from street car track. Will be sold cheap. Four hundred acres three miles west of city on Little Rib. will be sold in piecesof five acres up; good running water. This will be sold cheap with terms to suit the buyer. Every laboring man should own a piece of land, where he can put in his time to good advant age when he is out of employment. Come early and pick out a good piece. Fifty; five acres of cut-over land within one mile north of city limits on Merrill road, about five acres clear, a good creek through the land. Price SI,BOO, one-tliird down, balance on easy terms. This is a bargain! located on the Street R. 1,, right-of-way to Brokaw. Two hundred and nine acres in town of Hewitt, t lirteen miles from city of Wausau; 05 acres clear; 100,000 feet of standing timber; good watt r; large house with furnace, and also large barns with other buildings necessary for up-to-date frrm. 55 acres in the village of Aniwa, all cleared, on which are several buildings, one of them being a store and dwelling house combined, also a building formerly used for a saw mill, Running water on the farm. Price $2,200. Thirty-five acres of land one-half mile from city limits. Price $2,200. A 9-room house on Steuben street, with all modern conveniences, bath, electric lights, heating, etc.; up to date in every respect, in a good neighborhood. Price $3,800. Forty acres at Trappe City on Merrill road, 30 acres clear; a rood, big house. Price $2,100; house alone costs $2,000 to build; better look t his up at once. Five acres of land inside of city limits on main road. Price SI,OOO. Six hundred and forty acres of land in Oneida county, within one mile of Monico Junction. The C. &N. W. It. R. runs through this land. There Is 600,000 feet of saw log timber on this land, besides the cedar, pulp wood and cord wood. There is a gou<l roail on south and one on the east of this land; a large lake and saw mill within one mile of this land. Price $3,000. Here is a noon bargain for someone. A 10 room house on the corner of tit h street and Lincoln Ave., street car runs by the door. A fine business corner and a good investment for someone who looks ahead. Come in and see us. Do you want 80 acres of land near the city where the land is half cleared, with a barn 48x84 feet, and good basement under the whole barn for stock farm, lies near Rib river, price is low, and owner will take part down and will give plenty of time to pay balance. We have an 80 acre farm opposite the Mara thon paper mill at Rothschild. The farm is on the bank of the Wisconsin river, 70 acres clear, good buildings with silo. Come in and we will give you easy terms. is THIS FOR TOO? A 10-room house with two acres of land, on east end of Franklin street; 80 large apple trees that are over 12 years old; two years ago there was over SIOO worth of apples * aken from these trees. If you want this place come in at once; the price is low and terms very easy. We have 'two acres of land on Sherman street, west side. Will be sold for SIOOO. The laud is all planted now with corn, potatoes and oats. The price is a bargain. M. J. KLIMEK Proprietor of M Street Liyery sin TELEPHONE 1497 Rigs furnished for funerals, wed dings and parties, also ’busses to picnics, etc. Drivers furnished. Everything; First Class Terms Reasonable GOING TO STEVENS POINT? WELL, DON’T MISS THE SELLERS The only hotel in the city with baths. Tel ephones in rooms, rope lire escapes, indi vidual towels and writing desks: music at dinner. Kale $2.00. with Hath M.ISO and SB.OO WANTED - Scholars lor Instruction on the Piano Lawren'cf Bernhardt 511 Second Ave., Wausau, Wis. Falmo Tablets tru-isform weak, broken-down, nerv ous wrecks into magnificent types of physical perfection. They restore ihe nerves nnd kidneys to their normal conditions and make you look and feel years younger. Guaranteed. 60 cents. Book Free. The S- R. FeU Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale by W. W. Albers, druggist. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. Wanted —A boy to learn the trade, at the Pilot office. Dr. Turbin, the eminent German specialist and surgeon, will be at the Beilis Honse, Friday, July 28th. Charles Kittel of the town of Texas, arrested a few days ago for netting trout, was discharged on Wednesday. William Ahrens was on Wednesday committed to the state hospital for insane. lie resides in the northern part of this city. If you want a light running, ser viceable and lasting sewing machine the White is the one you want. L. Wiechmann, the hardware dealer sells them. jlB-2t The Tomahawk Chautauqua was a financial loser for its conductors, to the extent of about S7OO. It could hardly be expected that it would be a financial success the first year. Do you want shingles? If you do call and look over our large assort ment and get prices before purchasing elsewhere. tf. Barker & Stewart Lumber Cos. Sidney A. Clark has been appointed postmaster for the village of Mara thon. Mr. Clark, during the past two years, has made the assessment of lumber stocks in the county. Phil ip Menzner held the office for fifteen years and was ousted for political reasons, it is said. The state supreme court has re fused to grant anew trial to Ferdi nand Zingler, sentenced last winter to a term of twenty years’ imprison ment for manslaughter. He was con victed of killing Mrs. Mary Nilclie. The supreme court has affirmed the judgment of the lower court. Mrs. Mary Paul was discharged from the county nnme and hospital on Friday, where she had been held for observance for several weeks. She was brought into the city at the same time that her husband was arrested several weeks ago, when he was com mitted to the Northern state hospi tal. Several people have been arrested of late for violating the ordinance, which compels drivers of vehicles to drive up to the curb stones with the right hubs of their vehicles next to the curb. In no case have fines been imposed. Several bicycle riders have been brought into court, for riding on the sidewalks. The Wausau Canning company was made a defendant through complaint of Game Warden John Foster on Thursday. The company operates viners at Marathon City, and refuse matter from these viners, it is alleged, are dumped into Rib river. The na ture of it was such that fish life was in danger. The game laws prohibit the dumping of any deleterous mat ter into fish streams. Ciias. Weinfeld of Wausau, wrote $1,001,500 on 247 lives for the North western Mutual Insurance company the past year, or more certificates than any other agent of that com pany. Dr. Chas. E. Albright of Mil waukee, wrote more insurance than Mr. Weinfeld, his fifty-five policies averaging $3T,250 each. However Mr. Albright has a larger territory to work in. Theodore J. Werle, nephew of Jake Werle of this city, is out through the state with an exhibit and is giving lectures on how to fight consumption. He is a son of Theodore Werle, who lived here twenty some odd years ago, and was born in this city. He de livers lectures in connection with the exhibit. His work is under the aus pices of the Wisconsin Anti-Tuber culosis association. A letter from A r an Ryn & De- Gelicke of Milwaukee, state that the plans for the new city hall will be completed about the first of August. They will probably arrive in time so that the council can accept or reject them at the first meeting. The build ing will be two stories in height, with offices for the city officials, council room and jail. It will be of pressed brick and terracotta construction. An effort is being made by repre sentatives of the city to have the Canal street bridge twisted around, so that it will be in alignment with the street. As the bridge now stands it is practically useless. The North western railroad company, which built the bridge, has agreed to any change, providing it does not inter fere with the running of trains on the tracks beneath. The expense of such change, however, is to be borne by the city. A suit has been instituted against the C. & N. W. railroad company by the Marathon Taper Mills company, and will be tried in circuit court. The suit is brought to recover SI,OOO damages for loss by fire. The plain tive owns property in the town of Stettin. A barn and chicken coop on this property were burned June 28, 1910. It is alleged that the tire started from sparks from a locomo tive belonging to the defendan! .om pany. The city treasury will he somewhat enriched next winter by the opera tion of the new law which compels automobile owners to pay into the local treasury a tax of $5 on each machine. Tax will be collected on 115 autos in Wausau, besides a tax of $3 on motorcyles. Some owners of the latter have already paid. Under the old law the tax went to the state treasurer. Autos must hereafter carry two number plates, one in front and one at- the rear. There are 22,000 autos in the state, valued at $20,000,- 000, whi'e the value of motorcycles is $4000,000. W. 11. Koehler on Thursday enter tained Nicola Kaumanus, a represen tative of the German government— an envoy of the agricultural depart ment. Mr. Kaumanus’ office is termed “imperial German special commissioner for agriculture to the United States.” He was here princi pally to investigate the ginseng in dustry, with a view of introducing the industry into Germany and Ger man possessions in South Africa. Mr. Koehler took him around and showed him several gardens, and ex plained every feature of the business. He was greatly pleased with what he saw. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE A positive clean-up to convert good summer merchandise into cash. You will have months ahead to use these goods. TAILORED AND LINGE RIE WAISTS The $2.00 Auto Waist... $1.48 The $1.85 Auto Waist 1.25 The $1.50 Auto Waist... 1.13 The $1.50 Lingerie Waist 1.10 The $1.25 Lingerie Waist 89c SI.OO Lingerie Waist 68c One lot of lace and embroidery trimmed Waists, good styles, each 50c LADIES’ AND MEN’S COLORED HOSIERY Ladies’ fine silk finish Hose, colors Alice blue, light blue, tan, pink, lavender, gray, bor deaux, cur regular 50c quality, OQn now uJJU Ladies’ colored Hose, all shades as above, Qjn Geneva silk 4 lb Ladies’ colored Hose, seam less, jOl p special 142 u Men’s fancy colored Hose, reem lar 25c goods IQn for Idli Large line of fancy Half Hose, snecial, QCa Two pair for tJu MEN’S AND WOMEN’S UNDERWEAR Women’s ribbec cnit Ca Vests, each.. Jb Extra taped neck and arms IQa each I Ub All 25c 1o w neck, sleeveless Vests, IQa to close lull Ladies’ Union Suits reduced. Men’s Shirts and Drawers, regu lar balbriggan, perfect IQa goods, each lub We believe our best advertisement is a pleased customer. Can we count you as one ? F. L. HUDSON 509 THIRD ST. Why Does a Physician Write a Prescription The best answer to this of course can be given by the physician who writes the prescription, but it is principally done for two reasons: First—lt enables the physician to concentrate his entire thought on the best medicine needed for your particular ailment. As there are some 7,000 excellent drugs and preparations, this effort on the part of the physician is worth everything to you as a patient. The medicine is made to tit your particular case instead of you fitting the medicine. Second—lt enables him to fix exact doses of greatest importance to him, to you and also to the druggist who puts up the medicine, so that there may be no possibility of a mistake. Therefore bring your prescrip tions to us—we can fill them right—that’s our business. PARPEE PRUG CO. EX PER T PRESCRIPTIONS TS YEL LOW FRONT ]/knuU ''/AUTOMATIC^ — V tS^GLASSEs No \ y oC NEEL' GLASSE^^^ f JDor/us- nR M Get your eye glasses fitted W I with people of forty-two ■ % years’ experience. M V EYES y TESTED FREE f y HOLDS \A / y ALWAYS \ SECURELY C. F. DUNBAR CO. Mathie Brewing Company j j We Store Our Beer in Glass Tanks, Insuring Absolute Purity RED RIBBON AND WEISENSTEINER IN BOTTLES WOMEN’S LAWN HOUSE DRESSES Only a few CQa to close dull Women’s Percale CQn Wrappers UOb Women’s fine Gingham House Dresses, Mendel make, CO |C 1.58 to OL IJ Perfect Fitting Garments. BARGAINS IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Look for the RED PENCIL MARK. A straight cut of 33 1-3 per cent. $2.00 Gowns C | Q C or Skirts 01 dd SI.OO Gowns, Corset Covers, Skirts 07 p Women’s short skirts with cam bric ruffle, QCa Clearance sale of Ladies’ Hand kerchiefs, Belts, Fans, Para sols, at tempting prices. SILKS, SILKS DON’T MISS THIS CHANCE 27 inch printed Foulards, value 40c IQa per yard lub 27. inch Tussah Dots, an adver tised 50c quality, to close QQ 30 inch striped Silk Aeolian, worth 75c, OQa 19 inch Foulards, sold all the season for 50c, to close, QQft Handsome Jacquard Foulards, all colors, Q7 l P special, per yard 0 12b 30 inch Wool Challie in dainty designs for this sale, but good all the year, ROp per yard Jub Tie BEST Clois ARE MADE |BY S.C.O. HANSON TAILOR 211 Jefferson Street Suits from $20.00 and up Trousers from $5.00 and up Overcoats from $15.00 and up. PERFECT FITS GUARANTEED Repairing, Pressing and Clean ing a Specialty A full line of suitings for Fall and , Winter include the latest weaves and fabrics. Give me a call and be con vinced. S. C. O. Hanson, 211 Jefferson St 9 promptly obtained in all countries onwnrr^a ■ J ra , d E‘MARKS and Copyrights registered. H ■ o'* o * l Sketch. Model or Photo, for FREE RE* 9 ■ PORT on patentability. Patent practice ex- 9 ■ clusively. BANK REFERENCED. I Bend 2 cents In stamps for invaluable book H ■ on HOW TO OBTAIN and SELL PATENTS. ■ ■ Which om;s will pay. How to get a partner! 9 ■ patent law and oilier valuable information. Pf D. SWIFT & CO. I PATENT LAWYERS Money to Loan on Farm Mortgages. J. W. COATES. Office over Heinemann’s store Every Woman i* interested and should know AK‘vS’vs'Jki,kim about the wonderful • MARVEL Whirling Spray Ask tout drugjrist If he cannot supply the - M A R V E L, accept other, bet send stamp for # JUhatrated book—sealed. It Fives 7CT! / ( V full particulars and directions In- m valuable to ladiea. MARVEL CO. 44 Earn lid Mreet.SEWVOKK. For sale at PHILBRICK’S PHARMACY Mail orders solicited For Sale— A six-room house on Krembs street. A bargain, if taken at once. Inquire of Crodker & Thay- Land company. i SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS IN WHITE GOODS 50 inch finest French Lawns at one-fourth off. 75c quality 56c 65c quality 49c 50c quality 371 c 40c quality 30c 40 inch Victoria Lawn 15c 36 inch Isis Percale 21c 27 inch Dotted Swiss reduced to 16c WASH GOODS SPECIAL 32 inch Linette advertised at 20c per yard, we show a good line of panterns in-j . per yard IZ2II Flaxon Weave in light pretty patterns, jr per yard lub 20 pieces light Organdies and Lawns from a recent clean-up sale, value 18e per yard, marked down to, m per yard lUb One lot of odds and ends and remnants of all kinds, light or dark, r per yard Jb 20c Serpentine Crepe, plain and Staple Prints, good styles, c* per yard ub Dress Ginghams, Qn per yard Ob 35c, 40c and 50c Dress Ging hams, |Qn per yard lub 25c and 20c Dress Ging- jyift hams, per yard iH-b Reduced prices on fine Linens, Damask Lunch Cloths, Center Pieces, Dresser Scarfs and Doilies. PERSONALS. —Frank Mcßeynolds, of Mosinee, did business in this city Saturday. —Laurence Johnson came home Monday from his visit in Rhinelander. —Miss Elizabeth von Berg, of Mos inee, was a visitor in this city Satur day. —Miss Irma Schmidt went up to Hazelhurst Saturday morning to visit friends. —Judge R. B. Salter, of Colby, transacted legal business in this city Saturday. —Mrs. F. 11. Pardoe and daughter went to Plum lake Satu’ lay morning for a few days’ outing. —W. B. Scholfield came down from Plum lake Thursday evening, return ing there Saturday morning. —Miss Marie Johnson went up to Plum lake Saturday morning to enjoy a few days’ outing with E B. Thayer and family. —Mrs. M. E. Dunning, who lias been the guest of her brother, A. H. Grout, for several days, left for her home in Stoughton Friday. —Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Stoddard, who have been visiting the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stoddard, for a few days, have returned to their home in Deer Lodge, Mont. —Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Buswell, ac companied by their guests, F. C. and J. G. Bush, cousins of the latter, of Dover, Minn., left for Buswell Satur day morning for an outingY>f a few days. —Rev. James M. Duer and family departed yesterday for points in Michigan and Illinois, on a vacation, and to visit relatives and friends. They expect to be absent from home for about a month. —Ed. Gorman, Don Morrison, Dr. Stockwell, Dr. Hickey, It. C. Deutsch, Ralph Gorman, P. McNeil and H. Nolan returned home from their va cation at Rest lake last week. They report an enjoyable time, barring all insects. —R. B. Ellis, of Madsscn, state bank examiner, was in Wausau Wednesday, looking over the two state banks. Mr. Ellis had the pleasure of meeting one of his es teemed friends, Dr. Friend, lately located here. —David Harlow, a member of the state railroad commission, was in Wausau last Tuesday evening. He had been over to Marathon City to hear complaints made in reference to two crossings of the C. & N. W. rail road company. —Mrs. J. C. Gebhart and daughter. Miss Helen, and Miss Margaret Dun bar, accompanied by Mrs. Gebhart’s guests, Henry Merriam and Albert Isaacs of Fond du Lac, went to Dud ley Saturday morning for an outing of several days. Mr. Gebhart joined the party Sunday. —Mr. and Mrs. Justin Means of Merrill, were in the city Wednesday on tlieir way to Edgar, where they have decided to make their home. Mr. Means lately returned from an extensive trip East. He will have charge of a manufacturing business in Edgar. —Chas. A. Doran, of the Badger Turpentine company, was in Toma hawk during the week, to inspect the work of stumn-pulling for turpentine manufacturii g purposes. He was ac companied by J. A. Kadonsky, an expert in handling dyamite, to in struct the employes of the above named film in the sane and effective handling of this explosive. —Miss May B. oi LaCrosse is visiting friends in the city. —C. C. Yawkey transacted business in Chicago during the past week. —Harry Yost was up from Mosinee Friday on a business and social visit. —M. B. Rosenberry was in Antigo Thursday and Friday on business matters. —F. R. McCullough and family are enjoying their annual outing on Tomahawk lake. —Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hurley re turned home last week, from "their trip to Duluth. —Miss Mabel Miller of Waupaca, is a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sturtevant. —F. L. Hudson left for Oshkosh Tuesday evening, called there by the death of a relative. —Mr. and Mrs. F. M. McCullough of Rhinelander, are in the city guests of Dr. S. M. B. Smith. —Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bird and chil dren left for Plum lake on Thursday for about a month’s stay. —W. C. Curtis departed for Madi son Monday on business matters for the Curtis & Yale company. —Mrs. E. A. Goodrich of Antigo, was in the city for a few days last week on a visit to her parents. —M. J. Slattery was in Rhinelander Wednesday on business matters, and where he was formerly located. —Mrs. W. W. DeVoe went to Rhinelander Wednesday to visit Mrs. Kate Mclndoe and other friends. —Dr. and Mrs. Tlios. McTndoe of Rhinelander, arrived in the city Fri day on a visit to relatives and friends. —Miss Jeanette Wilson of Reeds burg, arrived in the city yesterday and is the guest of Miss Beulah Mumm. —D. P. Bentley and daughter, Miss Kate, returned home Tuesday from a week’s visit with relatives and friends in Amherst. —Miss Nora Slattery of Rhinelan der, who has been visiting her broth er, M. J. Slattery, departed for Grand Rapids Thursday. —Hamilton Hooker arrived home Saturday from Onalaska, where he had been on business for the North ern Milling company. —Mrs. Porter Scharer and daughter Mrs. Gorman, of Two Rivers, Mich., are visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Rosenberry. —Geo. Songer of Blackwell, Wis., was in the city on Thursday. He in forms us that he will make his home in Mosinee in the future. —L. A. Pradt and J. W. Coates went to Ilazelliurst Thursday to en joy a few days’ vacation with Judge Reid at his summer cottage. —Mr. and Mrs. C. Grenier of Aurora, 111., arrived in the city Tues day and are the guests of the ladies’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones. —The Misses Kittiebelle and Gene vieve Frawley of Chilton, arrived in the city Friday on a ten days visit to their brother, Dr. R. M. Frawley. —Mr. and Mrs. Fiank Chartier de parted for Rudolph Wednesday to visit the former’s sister, Mrs. M. Char tier, and nephew, Edward Chartier. —Mr. and Mrs. 11. S. Clark and two sons of Milwaukee are in the city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Albers. Mr. Clark is a brother of Mrs. Albers. —John Van Ilecke of Merrill, was in the city Wednesday on his way to Rhinelander on legal business, return ing here Saturday, on his may home. —Alex. Wilson returned home Thursday morning from Merrill where he spent several days visiting his parents, Rev. and Mrs. J. S. Wilson. —Mr. and Mrs. John King arrived home Thursday morning from the town of Cassel, called there on ac count of the death of the former’s father. —Ben Stone and sister, Miss Helen, left for Virginia City, Minn., Wednes day where the former holds a position. Miss Helen will visit Miss Emma Stewart. —Mrs. Morris Schweenger and brother, J. A. Leeliy of Indianapolis are in the city visiting the Misses Leehy. Mrs. Schweenger and the latter are sisters. —Mrs. 11. M. Dunfield and family will move to Madison the first of September, where the children will enter the state university. They may decide to remain there several years. —Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Walters and party of Stevens Point spent Thurs day in the city, guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. Walters were former residents of the city. BURDENS LIFTED From Wausau Backs—Relief Proved by Lapse of Time. Backache is a heavy burden; Nervousness wears one out: Rheumatic pain; urinary ills; All are kidney burdens— Daily effect of kidney weakness. No use to cure the symptoms, Relief is but temporary if the cause remains. Cure the kidneys and you cure the cause. Relief comes quickly—comes to stay. Doan’s Kidney Pills cure kidney ills; Prove it by your neighbor’s ca^e. Here’s Wausau testimony. The story of a permanent cure. Mrs. Ella Weisenfeldt, 938 Harrison Blvd., Wausau, Wis., says: “When I had occasion to use a kidney medicine, I procured Doan’s Kidney Pills at the Pardee Drug Cos., and they relieved me of backache and other symptoms of kidney complaint. In 1908, I publicly expressed my gratitude for the beneiit this remedy has brought me and at the present time, I am glad to confirm that statement.” For sale by all dealeis. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Cos., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and ake no other. PR. TURBIN of Berlin, Germany, the Expert Specialist and Surgeon who has visited our city for the past twenty years, will again be in Wausau, at Hotel Beilis, Friday, July 28 HOURS, 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M., and every fourth Friday thereafter, ' DOCTOR TURBIN 103 Randolph St., Chicago Young Men, Are You Nervous, Despondent, Weak, Debilitated, Tired Mornings, No Ambition, Lifeless, Dizziness, Poor Memory, EasPy 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, Bashtul, Restless at Night, Despondent. Consult me. QTHMAPU TDn!*RS r^- Pa,n ,n Stomach, Loss of OlUmßun IKULDLLO Appetite, Dyspepsia, Indiges tion, Bad Taste or Breath, Sick Headache, Bloated, Heartburn, Sour Belching, Spitting Up, Catarrh, Gas, Gnawing, Nervousness. Consult me. HEART WEAKNESS TS’ £Bs*; Shoulder Blade, Short Breath, Weak, Sinking, Cold or Dizzy Spells, Swelling, Rheumatism, Throbbing in Ex citement or Exertion. Consult me. P4TARQU Hawking. Spitting, Nose Running Watery UHlHnnn or Yellowish Matter or Stopped Up, Sneez ing, Dull Headache, Coughing, Deafness, Pains in Kid neys, Bladder, Lungs, Stomach or Bowels may be Ca tarrh. Consult me. BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES-*? e Tsfe p 4”: mors, Goitre, Tetter, Eczema and Blood Poison thor oughly eradicated, leaving the system in a strong, pure and healthful state. iirn ITTp 1 y° ur trou bles if living away from the city. Thousands cured at home VV ILi by correspondence and medicines sent as directed. Absolute secrecy ir. all professional dealings. Address all letters plainly, giving street and number. Send 2-cent Stamp for list of questions. The Greatest Motorcycle Of Endurance in the World National Road Champion ol America and holder o( the Worid’s En durance Contest Record, 15,000 miles, with an absolute perfect score THE honor of being the greatest Endurance Mo torcycle in the world is the highest which can he conferred upon any Motorcycle. That the THOR has earned this title is beyo i dispute. The merit and reliability of a Motorcycle is judged by its per formance on the road under such conditions as the stock machine is subjected to in the daily service. Not only on the road does the THOR IV rule— it also holds many track records and club champion ships made on absolutely stock machines, the kind you buy. Proving again its title the Greatest Motor cycle of Endurance in the World. SPECIAL NOTICE —The Thor Free Engine Clutch is now perfected and will he equipped on all chain drive models in the future. J. L. NUTTER, Agent, 306 Washington St. FOR Property Basins SEE ss— E. C. KRETLOW Small Farms, 40 to 80 acres. Acre lots east of St. Mary’s hospital. A 1 1-2 story Frame Dwelling with one acre of land in Bock’s addition, Grand avenue. A House and two lots, corner of Maple street and Eighth avenue. A two story building, can be used for boarding house, on Main street. Splendid Lots in Burnett’s addition. Great Lot proposition in Beilis add. Eight Room Dwellingfon Grantstreet with all modern improvements, $4,500 All this and other desirable property to be sold cheap and on reasonable terms. Come and see me. EDWARD C. KRETLOW Real Estate and Fire Insurance First National Bank Building Wausau, Wisconsin TWO-THIRDS vacation shoes sSfl I 118 We’ve had this letting out of school H ifl f? I! f i IwM event in our minds fcr some lime, fj Hll 11111 m'-WMm and have prepared our stock Rffo B&fl 1H * PI" ga for a big demand of Shoes for Vaca jiii liVfiL tion Wear—the kind that costs |Hr little and wear long. Mueller & Quandt Subscribe fair the Wausau Pilot Expert Medical examination: AND CONSULTATION FREE I want to talk to every sufferer. The fact that you have been treated elsewhere without benefit and are skeptical does not discourage me in the least; nearly all of my patients teil of this same experience. lam curing men and women every day and feel sure I can do the same for you. I 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 I give, come to me for free consultation. I will then explain how different, better and more curative are my methods of treatment than those possessed by others. My special training and long years of experience in treating all Chronic, Net vous. Blood, Pelvic and Special Diseases give me man) advantages over the average physician. 1 treat Rheumatism, Enlarged Veins, Fistula, Piles, Constipa tion, All Rectal Diseases, Weak and Unhealthy Kidneys, and Lingering Ailments. I personally attend everyone who applies for treatment at my office, as I have no incompetent hired doctors to unskilifully treat my patients, and every man who en gages my services gets the benefit of the efficiency that has marked my success in the past, 1 have cured thousands, many of whom had been given up for lost. If your physical aystem has been impaired, if your vitality is assailed from overwork or worry, if you are tainted by disease in any form, you owe it to yourself to seek and obtain a restorative power at once. MY COUNSEL WILL COST YOU NOTHING, BUT MY CHANGES FOR A PERFECT CURE WILL BE REA SONABLE AND NOT MORE THAN YOU WILL BE WILLING TO PAY FOR THE BENEFITS CONFERRED. LADIES CONSULT A SPECIALIST ” rhV; from persistent Headache, Pains in the Back, and feel as if it were impossible for you to endure your troubles and still be obliged to attend to your household and social obligations, I will cure you if you trust yourself to my care. I have treated and cured a great many.