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and get a Webster’s New Standard Dictionary. Only $2.48, cash in advance. 3y mail 22c extra for postage E. B. THAYER, Editor and Prop.-VOL. XLVII. ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made fro m Roy aIG rape C ream of Ta rtar NO ALUM, NO LIME PHOSPHATE TACK-MUELLER. Avery pretty wedding took place at the parsonage or St. Mary’s church last Wednesday morning when Miss Otillie Celina Tack of Stevens Point was united in marriage to George A. Mueller of this city, the Rev. Father P. L. Gasper officiating. The young couple was attended by Mrs. George Gemberling of Stevens Point, as bridesmaid, and Leon Smith of Merrill as groomsman, while little Miss Rose mary Dexter of this £tty acted as ringbearer. After the ceremony the bridal party repaired to the home of Mrs. John Dexter, 211 East Kickbusch street, a cousin of the bride, w here luncheon was served to about forty relatives of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Mueller will make their home here at 211 Forest street, Mr. Mueller being manager of the shoe department in Winkleman’s depart ment store. Mrs. Mueller is a daugh ter of Eugene Tack of Stevens Point, where she has many friends and among whom she is very popular. She is also a niece of Mrs. E. C. Stod dard of this city*. Those from Stevens Point who attended the wedding were Mrs. Gemberling, Mrs. N. Kalachin ski, Mrs. L. 1). Kitowski, Miss Mayme Podach and Miss Mary Tack. Miss Rose Gromme and Walter Tack of Fond du Lac, also attended. Then* is more Catarrh in this section of the country than ail other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to l>e incurable. For a yreat many years doc tors pronounced it a local disease and pm scribed local remedies, and hy constantly fail- Inif to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Science has proven catarrh to tie a constitutional disease and therefore re quires constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney <fc Cos., Toledo, Ohio, is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken Internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any ease It fails to cure. Send for circu lars and testimonials. Address: l\ J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. t Sold by and rutorlats, 730. Take Hall’s Family l’ills for constipation. ISTHEAUTO A Luxury or Necessity ? It May Be Both or Either. If you have use for a horse, a LIBERTY BRUSH is a neces sity because it is cheaper and better. Costs less than a cent a mile to operate. No expensive garage bills. Simple, strong, durable and serviceable. It lias no frills, being’ built for service. Still it is a neat and attractive looking car with lots of room. The Liberty Urns! Will travel any road or climb any hill that any other machine wih. The lirst cost is slight, only $350, S4OO with top, windshieid, lamps, F. O. B. Detroit. Get your order in early. DUNN & WEHRLEY Sole Agents for Marathon Cos. Phone 3126 for demonstration. 410 Third St., opposite Court House, Wausau. A MIGHTY GOOD RECIPE FOR MAKING BREAD USE PURE QUALITY FLOUR COMMON SENSE NORTHERN MILLING CO. WAUSAU. WiS. BUSINESS CHANGES HANDS. Northern Filling Cos. Purch ascs Ware house Business From Arden Paronto. A deal was closed today whereby the warehouse and flour and feed business tieretofore conducted by Ar den'Paronto lias been purchased by the Northern Milling Cos. of Wausau, who have assumed charge of the same. Mr. Hooper of that company, coming iiere yesterday for that purpose. The business w ill be conducted as hereto fore, catering to the wants of the farmer and affording him a market for all of his produce right here at home. One difference, however, will prevail. The comnany will make this a distributing l 'Oint for its wholesale business in this section, which will give the local merchants an opportunity to buy their flour, feed, etc., in as small or as large quan tities as they see lit and save both time and expense in ordering of the same. The company will purchase hay, grain, wool, etc., from the farmers and will carry a full line of grain, feed, hay, seeds, etc. We understand that they have a number of plans in prospect that will afford the farmer better facilities for the disposition and handling of iiis grain than lias heretofore prevailed here and when these are consummated Mosinee will he provided with all of the iacilities of the larger farming centers.—Mosi nee Times. MAY MOVE TO WAUSAU. The Armour Cos., is again consider ing the matter of moving its meat headquarters from this city to Wau sau. This lias been considered annu ally for the past two or three years. We understand their business to tiie northward lias decreased heavily be cause of the decrease in logging oper ations, while their business to the southward lias been increasing. No definite conclusion lias been arrived at by the Armour Cos., but it is not unlikely that the transfer will he made within a year or two, if not this year Merrill Star Advocate. SOME CHEAP CLEARING. The Wisconsin Farmer says that to clear 40 acres of underbrush w ithout the stroke of an ax or the cost of a penny, was the ambition of F. D. Fulton of Pierce county when lie bought his flock of fifty Angora goats and turned them into his brush pasture, and the goats have made good. In two years they have de stroyed all weeds and underbrush in the pasture and have paid for their board while doing so. Nor would the $250 that he paid for them have hired men to do what they have done Superior Telegram. PAPER RAISE. The stationery houses throughout the West have sent out the following notice to all printing houses : •‘The necessity for an advance in prices of practically all papers has been apparent for some time, due to the increased cost of labor and raw materials. These conditions compel an immediate revision of prices on all w riting papers, including bonds, fiats, linens and ledgers. Orders received for these papers on and after Monday, May 13, w ill be hilled at an average advance of about ten per cent over prices in our net price list.’ 7 Waits a rWfe Pilot. TO BUILD TO ATHENS. People of Merrill to Vote On Question of Building Railroad. Declaring that transportation facili ties have long been inadequate, and that the progress of Merrill and Lincoln county has been greatly re tarded by the lack of proper service, the officials of the city of Merrill in a resolution have proposed a special election to submit the project of a municipal railroad to a vote of the people. It is planned to construct a line of standard guage from Merrill west to the vicinity of Athens, a distance of 23 miles, where connection will he afforded witli the Soo. Of the total cost, which has been estimated at $200,000, Merrill w ill issue bonds for $05,000 and the county for $135,000. On the east, an extension 17 miles in length is proposed to the Langlade county line, where connection with the Nortiiwestern road will he estab lished. The promoters are confident that tiie line will be purchased by in terested companies. A BUSY PLACE. The old Werheim manufacturing plant, that for so long a time has stood idle, is now of our busy institutions. The J. M. Kuebler company, the new proprietors, com menced operations last week and are very active in getting out orders and in making up a stock of doors, sasli and other building necessities, which will be constantly kept on hand. The company is buying up all the lumber that farmers are bringing in and are paying good prices there for. When in need of anything in the building line, the company will be pleased to furnish you estimates and will give your work prompt at tention. Custom work for farmers will receive the personal attention of tiie management and will be promptly executed. ADVERTISING WAUSAU. The Wausau Advancement associa tion is now distributing the booklets, “Wausau a Good Place to Come,” among its members and those of our citizens, who take interest in letting their friends and acquaintances know in what a beautiful and enterprising city they are living. The booklet is of a very neat appearance; it contains information about the location, cli mate, industries, churches, homes, etc., as also some very attractive half tones of public buildings and places of our hustling and beautiful city. It certainly ought to help consider ably to boost Wausau and to increase the number of our manufacturing industries, as well as the population. The booklets can he obtained from the secretary of the association, It. S. Kellogg, who has his office over the National German-American bank. DEPART FOR EUROPE THE 28TH Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Stange expect to depart Sunday evening, May 2t3th, for New York, sailing on the 29th for Europe to be absent some time. They will be accompanied by their daughter-in-law. Mrs. C. 11. Stange, and their grandson, Leslie Kinzel. Leslie’s birthday occurs on the 25th, and his grandpa is going to make him a birthday present of a trip to Europe—Merrill Star Advocate. PROBATE COURT CALENDAR. The following cases are to be heard or disposed of at next. Tuesday’s ses sion of the county court: In re-estate of Fred Heinz, hearing of petition. In re-will of George M. Koenig, hearing of proof of will. In re-estate of John Mohr, hearing of sale of real estate. In re-estate of John July, hearing of petition. In re-will of Fred Schubring, hear ing of proof will. In re-guardianship of George Kol beck, hearing of petition. In re-will of Herman Zunker, hear ing of final account. A REQUEST. The Marathon County Medical society at its meeting on Thursday evening voted to make the following request. That the public refrain from calling city physicians between the hours of 9:30 a. m. and 12 m. and between 1:30 p. Mi. and 4:00 p. m. and evenings on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday May 22d. 23d, and 24th. On account of the meeting of the state medical convention being in progress on those days in this city. TELLS WOMEN HOW TO HAVE CHARMING HAIR. Rough, coarse hair is unnecessary; so is faded, dull looking hair. l>andruff and scalp itch are both caused by an accumulation of scurfy tilth and can easily be gotten rid of. Dandruff germs cause falling hair | and diseases of the scalp, and should be destroyed. If you have any of the hair troubles mentioned above W. W. Albers will guarantee PARISIAN SAGE to end everyone of them or will refund your money. PARISIAN SAGE is a delightful hair dressing that is being used today by many tliousands of lovely Ameri cans who detest uncleanliness. Large bottle 50 cents. FOR SALE. ! Complete boarding house equipment. | consisting of beds, bedding, dishes, eookiMf uteasilo, and stoves for sale. ! Inquire of B. Heinemann Lumber iCo. either at Antigo or Wausau, i Wisconsin. a9-tf WAtJSAVJ, WIS.. TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1912. INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION. “Industrial Education” was the subject that was masterly discussed by Supt. Tobey of the Wausau high school Wednesday evening, under the auspices of the Woman’s Alliance in the presence of members of the school board, city council and the member ship of the Alliance. The speaker urged strongly the in troduction o'L manual training into the city schools. Tiie cost of the in troduction of would approximate $1,500 or *3 cents on every SI,OOO of assessed valuation. The cost of main tenance would be the same. The system as used in tha Wausau schools was taken as an example as to what could be accomplished here. The benefits of indus rial education are many. It has a tendency to con vert tiie students’ minds into problems more practical than could he secured from other channels. He urged strongly that it should he taken up by the educators of the city. Ice cream and cake were served Merrill News. A COMPLAINT BOOK. The new city council of Oshkosh, has arranged to have a “complaint hook,’’ and why not adopt the same plan in Wausau ? In this book which w ill be kept at the city clerk’s office, citizens of Osh kosh will have the privilege of regis tering any complaint they may have to make in regard to anything over which the council has jurisdiction, and eacli day these complaints will be considered and action taken where it is considered necessary. For instance complaints in regard to defective sidewalks, unsanitary conditions, had streets, can be recorded in this book and thus called to the immediate at tention of the council, which will en deavor to have the cause for com plaint removed. At the end of a year the hook will doubtless furnish an interesting record of what has been complained of and of what steps have been taken to remedy the troubles reported. GASOLINE. In an effort to reduce the loss of life and the fin waste due to gasoline fires and explosions, the fire depart ment acting under authority of the state fire marshal law, requires all gaso line in excess of five gallons to be kept “either in an approved underground tank; buried not less than two feet, ten feet or more from any building, equipped with standard pump, or in a substantial, metal storage tank, housed in a separate building of fire proof material and construction, ven tilated at top and bottom, and lo cated at least twenty-live feet from any other building.” STREET RAILWAY EXTENSION. The Wausau Mreet liailroad Cos. will petition the city council for a franchise to extend its line from Sixth street west on Wausau Ave. to Third street, thence south on Third street to connect with the street railway already constructed by that company. This will give the com pany a very desirable loop, one which is necessary to accommodate those going to and coming from the base ball grounds and to enable better service being given that part of our city. See notice of application in t his week’s Pilot. / ANNUAL SALE. The annual spring sale to be given by the Ladies’ Aid Society of the Universalist church will be held in the basement of the church Tuesday afternoon. May 28th Sale opens at 3 o’clock. A cafeteria lunch will he served. An especially fine line of in fants’ wearing apparel will he shown, as will also gifts suitable for com mencement and aprons. Wausau has a cracker-jack of a ball team—it also has a store that sells the only wall paper. That’s Col. Pier’s and wall paper store on Scott street. PILOT WANT AND FOR SALE ADS. Wanted Young girl to assist with housework. Call at 611 Kickhusch street. To Exchange —We have two differ ent parties in Wausau who desire to trade their homes in the city for farm property. Each home is val ued at $3,000. In good neighbor hood. Farmers wishing to move to the city will find it to their ad vantage to call on us at once. Crocker Thayer Land Cos. Fok Sale—A seven room cottage on . W arren street, at a bargain. For particulars enquire at 512 Franklin street. tf I or Sale —Lot in Johnson's addition will be sold cheap. Enquire of Crocker-Thayer Land Cos. tf lor Sale —Lot in Johnson’s addi tion will be sold cheap. Enquire of Crocker-Thayer Land Cos. tf For Sale Several improved farms from $15.00 to $30.00 per acre. Unimproved land from $3.00 to £12.50 per acre. Write for terms on what you want. THOS. T. CHAVE, Tomahawk, Wis. OCCURRENCES OF LONG AGO. ITEMS OF NEWS BOILED DOWN FROM THE PILOT THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO SATURDAY, FEB. 20, 1875. Asa matter of very important tele graph news, it is reported that Mr. Beecher, his w ife and friends “laughed out loud” while Tilton was giving his closing testimony. Those who think that mother earth is gradually nearing the sun must have had their confidence consider ably shaken the past week when ther mometers showed 45 below zero. The large building of Ely Wright to be used as a foundry and machine shop is being rapidly pushed forward He has a large force of men at work. Sixty-two of our citizens chartered a ear on tiie W. V. R. R. last Thurs day and went to Knowlton to cele brate the opening of L. Guenther’s new hall. They took down Wausau’s full brass hand and music was had clear to Knowlton. A few from Stev ens Point were present to join the merry party. Too much praise can not be paid Mr. Guenther for the courtesy and attention paid tiie visi tors, he is and always will be the most attentive of hosts. A compli ment is also due to the courteous officials of tiie valley road. It is said that Dr. I. E. Thayer is about to start a newspaper in Canon City, Col. The doctor is an able writer. Hon. G. L. Park of Stevens Point has been tendered tiie position of Judge of the Seventh Judicial circuit in place of Judge G. W. Cate, mem ber of congress elect. J. M. Smith, Esq. who built the Wis. A'alley R. It. from Knowlton is in the city at the Paradi’s Hotel with his family. Mr. Smith is the owner of some 200,000 acres of land in Mara thon county and is iiere looking after his interests. He expects to locate here. The annual meeting of the Mara thon County Bible society was held at the court house last Sunday evening. The following officers were elected : President—J. A. Cowan. Yice-Pres Orson Phelps. Secretary—Dr. W. 11. Searles. Treasurer—J. A. Cowan. Directors—Rev. Thos. Walker, Dr. T. Smith and Geo. Silverthorn. Addresses were made by Rev. Walk er, and ltev. James Lawson, state agent. A canvass of the city and county was ordered. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. DANCY. The farmers are busy hustling in their crops between rains, the ground on heavy clay soil being still very wet in places. Henry Leitz who spent the past two years in Kansas City, is home visiting his mother, Mrs. Antonia Leitz and brothers and sisters in Eaupleine. Mrs. B. Coniff went to Dorchester Saturday to see her daughter, Mrs. D. Laughlin, who is quite ill. F. 11. Wilson who recently purchased the old Wheaton homestead near this village left for his home in lowa Saturday, and expects to return here in a few days, with other prospective purchasers. The Marion farm in the town of Eaupleine was sold a few days ago to S. M. Cornelius a real estate dealer at Stevens Point for SIO,OOO. Mr. Cornelius recently disposed of two farms adjoining the Marion farm at very high prices. A family at Tomahawk is moving here to work the Wheaton farm. George Soik and family of Polonia, have moved on their land near Dancy and another family has also moved on the Brazer place in Eaupleine, which was recently sold by E. W. Sellers of Stevens Point. N. J. Leary a hustling real estate dealer from Weyauwega. Waupaca Cos., was in Dancy on business Thursday, as were also real estate dealers from Lake Mills and Milwaukee. To say that this part of the country is ex periencing a real estate boom would be putting it mild. With so much land talk going on, social affairs have entirely escaped the writer’s attention for the past few days. KNOWLTON. Mrs. A. H. Mason of Mosinee. was the guest of Knowlton friends Thurs- 1 day. Miss Martha Severs went to Wausau Tuesday to have some dental work done. Mrs. R. C. Guenther and daughter Nellie did shopping at Wausau Fri day. Mrs. Ed. Morrill and Miss Orletta Breitenstein can*- 1 up from Grand Rapids Saturday to spend Sunday with the latter’s parents. Chas. Guenther has been on the sick list the past week but is now on the road to recovery. Mr. and Mr*. Al. Levenhagen drove down from Wausau Saturday in their new touring car. W. J. Ilaynerof Grand Rapids was a guest at the Breitenstein home Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hayner did shop ping at Stevens Point Thursday. L. B>eitenstein. our popular potato merchant is erecting an up-to-dt potato warehouse. The dimensions are 80x60 solid stone and concrete. Thei warehouse is to be steam heated and electric lighted by its own power plant. The warehouse will be equipped C. W. Farger, cashier of tiie Mara thon County hank, has been below on business. SATURDAY, FEB. 27, 1875. Henry Martini has purchased the stock of goods from Strobridge & Scriver. William Henry Harrison Cross has become a charge upon tiie county, he having been placed in the poor house by order of C. A. Single. Poor old Bill, tills is a sad ending of a once promising future, endowed by nature with a fine intellect and the possessor of an extraordinary retentive memory; all that remains of him today is a mere wreck of his former self. Poor Lo it seems is destined to al ways be the loser in any little or big bargain, trade or game lie may have with tiie whites. Three of them en gaged in a game of marbles with some small boys yesterday on Washington street, in front of the Pilot office; it only took a few moments to win all tiie marbles the lndiar-s had. Playing marbles, sliding down till on a barrei stave and begging ?.re about the only pleasures the few half starved “nit ches’’ have who loaf around our streets. * COLD WEATHER, 1875. Kept by J. X. Brands. JAN. FEB. 1, 8 below 1, 18 below 2, 10 “ 2, 4 “ 3, 15 “ 3, 18 “ 4, 9 “ 4, 20 “ 5, 12 “ 5,40 “ 6, 0 “ 6,40 “ 7, 18 “ 7,40 “ 8, 30 “ 8,40 “ 9,40 “ 9, 0 “ 10, 12 “ 10, 44 “ 11, 24 “ 11, 36 “ 12, 5 “ 12, 26 “ 13, 13 “ 13, 28 “ 14, 22 “ 14, 28 “ 15, 18 “ 15, 28 “ 16, 20 “ 16, 30 “ 17, 18 “ 17, 22 “ 18, 14 “ 18, 25 “ 19, 28 “ 19, 0 “ 20, 28 “ 20, 8 above 21, 8 “ 21, 0 “ 22, 5 “ 22, 5 below 23, 18 “ 23, 8 “ 24, 12 “ 24, 2 “ 25, 7 “ 25, 9 “ 26, 13 “ 26, 23 “ 27, 19 “ 27, 6 “ 28, 0 “ 28, 18 “ 29, 13 “ 30, 21 “ 31, 20 “ J. X. has been on this river for many years and says the warm weath er is getting too thin and lie is going to quit. with every convenience in order to handle the fall trade. The Ladies’ Aid society meet at the home of Mrs. J. Hibbard Saturday. Dr. Daniels of Mosinee was a pro fessional caller here Saturday. Mrs. F. Lausha and Myrtle Row land of Mosinee enjoyed an auto ride down here Satur day. SHORT NEWS ITEMS. Nathan Heinemann is now the own er of an electric runabout. Printers throughout the state have made an advance in all kinds of print ing on account of the advance in all kinds of paper. The J. M. Kuebler company will buy all the lumber that farmers will bring in to the plant, and pay satis factory prices therefor. 21-2 t A hen’s egg of large dimensions was brought into the Pilot office last Thursday by John Whitmore. The long way it measured 9J inches and the short way, 71 Inches. This is another reason why farmers should come to Marathon county. Mr. Whitmore has one of the best farms in the town of Wausau. A remonstrance has been filed with City Clerk Carl Adams, against the granting of the privilege to the Wau sau Street Railway company to lay a temporary track on Wausau avenue, leading to the baseball grounds. The remonstrance is signed by ten proper ty owners, living along Wausau avenue and Sixth street. A large number of base ball enthusi asts from the surrounding towns, vil lages and cities were in Wausau on Sunday to witness the game of ball between the Rockfords and the local Lumberjacks, but were greatly disap pointed, owing to the flood gates of heaven being opened on that day, and all day, saturating the grounds most effectually. Jews of the world will celebrate Shavnoth, the Feast of Weeks, begin ning at sundown, May 21st. Orthodox Jews will observe two days and re formed Jews one day only. Shavnoth is the confirmation day for boys and girls in the reform temples. They ob serve the giving of the ten command ments, which the day commemorates. The services are elaborate and homes and synagogues are made beautiful with flowers and branches of trees. The past week has been a cold one, clouds have covered the sky most of the time and heavy rains have fallen. There has been frost so heavy in parts of the county that ice formed on standing water. Last Sunday eten ingaheavy thunder storm was among the diversions handed us by th- 1 * weather man. We would all be tick led to death to get a little sunshine and a breath of air tliat does not come right off from icebergs. Poor appetite is a sure sign of im paired digestion. A few doses of Chamberlain’s Stomach and Liver Tablets will strengthen your digestion and improve your appetite. Thousands have been benefited by taking these Tablets. Sold by all dealers. No. 27—TERMS $1.50 Per Annum HENRY B. HUNTINGTON LAW AND REAL ESTATE Scott St., Opp. Court House, Wausau, Wis. Over 5,000 Acres of Fin 9 Farming and Hardwood Lands for Sa/e in Marathon, Lincoln and Taylor Counties, Wit. Fine Residence Property, Business Property, Building and Acre Property for sale in the city. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. k , -it <’"■ 5 trmrwr * - r —p — " i. — v | ■ w — w--ft —f. —y— rr. .v.j ADDITION 1 LI.I. ,J . 1 •***— m • ncMM mmrntr , F 1 " r "f—l*l I••• • • J 5 *—^**i Immm 0 0 0 I t 1 fc ■ i ■ ; 9 t* • • 0 Si j * l m • 0 0 I i * ! —J - ■ i* m i..ii.. ■ ' —" — '* Tf 1 '** ’ • ■ |<p* —j h U'' l-i'l r ~1 J mm! IK' —-I t—* f T > £ a mm*/ Twnw 00*0010*0" N j 1 _f~~j * p 3JD For prices and verms, or any information relating to tiie above described otsandlands, apply at my office, Henry B. Huntington- OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE And we make a centre shot every time. There is’nt <% a store in the country that takes better care of you, JAV or pays closer attention to your wants. M a We do a volume of business that enables us to W give you the right price, so instead of shopping W '<around to find out where you can get drugs cheapest ■a just come here. We guarantee that you will find hi our prices as low and perhaps a little lower than W elsewhere. Come here first find you’ll make no mistake—you’ll come again. v SCHWA,NBERG’S PHARMACY THE REXALL STORE PHONE NO. 11015 412 THIRD STREET A Cooling Effect Is quickly accomplished, when suffering from the summer’s heat, by tak ing a drink of good old Mathie Beer. This popular brew con tains the qualities that invigorate, give strength and build up the tissues. Red Ribbon and Weisensteiner Are special brands bott led for home use and are truly called the “house wife’s friends.” A trial will convince you. j* All our beer is stored in glass-enameled tanks. Mathie Br’g. Cos. Money to Loan on Farm Mortgages. J. W. COATES. Office over Hf'inemann’B store A $4.00 Webster’s New Standard (Dictionary and the Pilot for one year for $2.48. cash in advance. By mail 22c extra for postage. If You Are Sick, Take CHIROPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS and Get Well. I use no medicine, no surgery, no osteopathy, and no massage. WM. J. LAPIN, Chiropractor Consultation Free Phone 1718 LADY ATTENDANT Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. OPPOSITE Y. M. C. A BUILDING GOING TO STEVENS POINT WELL, DON’T MIHH THE SELLERS The only hotel In the olty with baths Tel ephones In rooms, rope Are escapes. Indi vidual towels and writing desks: music at dinner. Kate $2.00. with Hath $2,110 and Sfl.OO The Razor That Can’t Open Until You Want It To The new idea that makes the best I razor better —Torrey Razors now have a safety lock they can’t open till you want them to, then it is easy. ic locks there If if drops on the floor— if the children get at it —if you threw*/ it loose in the bottom of the grip —it cannot be harmed or do harm, for the blad. is locked closed. Torrey Razors have always been good razors. Men like them because they take such a good edge and hold it so well. Now they are better than ever, be cause the new lock will appeal at once to nine men out of ten. Me Drug Cos. Yellow Front Phone Hfiy. MO Third st.