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and get a Webster’s New 1 Standard Dictionary. Only | $2.48, cash in advance. By gj mail 22c extra for postage I E. B. THAYER, Editor and Prop.—VOL. XLVIII. HOT BISCUIT, hot eakjs, mat/e with ROYAL Baking Powder are delicious, health ful and easily made . LEGISLATURE. The failure of the Supreme court to hand down a decision in the Ekern- McGovern case on Tuesday was a dis appointment to the crowd of attor neys, politicians and legislators who had gathered in the court room, ex pecting a decision. The Linley bill regarding insurance on houses of 111 shape was ordered en grossed by the senate. The bill pro vides. that all insurance policies on houses which are knowingly used for red liglit purposes for the period of i sixty days shall be void. < The Senate received and adopted the resolution passed by the lower house on the death of Judge William Penn Lyons. The resolution was adopted unanimously by arising vote. A joint resolution requesting the state tax committee to furnish data on the income tax law and its admin istration to both iiouses on April 18 was adopted in the assembly on Tues day. The statement is to contain a detailed account of the expenses in curred for collecting the tax arid the total amount received during 1913 from the different counties in the state. The bill regarding the disqualifica tion of a judge from acting in a case where he is related to either party of the action or to eit her attorney with in he fourth degree was discussed. The senate Wednesday night under suspension of the. rules passed the Linley bill empowering municipal ities to buy street car railways within their boundaries at any time they de sire. The senate passed the Hurke bill permitting the shooting of buck deer only and allowing only one to each hunter. An attempt was made to reconsider the vote by which the bill was passed, but it was unsuccess* jl The senate passed the bill prepared by District Attorney v ockey of Mil waukee prohibiting anv one but drug gists and practitioners of medicine, dentistry ami*veterinary science from having am considerable quantity of cocaine in his possession. The bill now goes to the assembly. The senate concurred in the Hurl hut joint resolution for a constitution al amendment to permit the state to engage in the business of insurance and not simply act as a trustee for the policy holders of the life insur ance fund as under the present law. The Teasdale lull increasing the minimum saloon license fee from *2OO to SSOO was re-referred to the com mittee on slate affairs. The joint committee of finance de cided to recommend for passage the bosshard bill increasing state aid for county tuberculosis sanitaria from $20,000 to $75,000 annually and aid for indigent patients from $3 to $5 a week. Lieut. Gov. Thomas Morris urged the mem tiers of the senate to expe dite business if they didn’t want to remain in Madison until midsummer. E. W. Hrandenberg, Hoys’ Secretary of the V. M. C. A., spoke at tins Men’s V meeting on Sunday afternoon. Mis topic was “Dynamos.” DRV COOPS SALE Blacks, Browns, Greys, Navys, etc., all at a r%A(ttL reduction of Ov//^ All dollar goods ft A/- Ber at OUC Yd. Ail fifty cent goods Ber at Yd. Wm. Schoeneberg, 11?? Sixth St. y Qn ]p Q V n 1 n Strictlv fancy. Just a lim lVlaJpiv L ited quantity. Now going fast. Come and get some while it lasts. Wm. Schoeneberg, Phone 1284 No 32 Why do you test your seed JSSjSIIjjBHF corn before you plant it? To know it will grow—On the Stick flpy outside igniter you can see the spark before you start — and you know it will go. Cmmmmmmmm exclusive agent ■■■■■ml Northen^lillingCo^^^^^^^WEusau^Vi^l NERVOUS WRECKS. Nearly all of the telephone systems are complaining just now about the various questions asked the operators ! each day. Some of the central offices are asked hundreds of times “what time is it V” and similar questions I until the girls are becoming nervous | wrecks. These telephone companies are appeal ing to the public to desist and give the operators a rest. The Pilot would suggest that these va rious companies follow the example of Wausau and install the automatic telephone system, then this annoy ance will all be done away with. Be sides the automatic will take care of all the vork that can be piled upon it without the wear and tear which usually follows to individuals. It is the only system, gentlemen. WILL HAVE AN ELECTION. The program of the literary society of the training school Friday, will be an attempt to exemplify the entire process of nominating candidates for president and vice-president of the Fnited States. Since the procedure of a primary election was fully ex emplified in the general election last fall the process Friday, after the calls of the various committees, w ill be by the caucus to the successive conven tions, notwithstanding Wisconsin has abandoned that, method. The exer cise last fall proved both interesting and instructive. Last year the school exemplified the process of electing a member of the senate of the United States. Such exercises put life and meaning into the constitution for pupils who sometimes find the study irksome. The public is invited. L. 0. T. M. RALLY. On Friday next there will be a L. O. T. M. rally in this city at Elks’ hall. Mrs. Jessie Klevine, of Merrill, district deputy, was in the city Sat urday to make final arrangements. The lieputv Supreme Commander, Mrs. Jessie K. Fager, of Ohio, will also be present. Two Hives from Merrill take part in the work and there will be delegates present from Tomahawk, Merrill, Stevens Point, Marshfield, Grand Rapids, New Lisbon and Loyal. There is to lie a public program in the evening, followed by a dancing party. Pains in the Stomach. If you continually complain of pains in the stomach, your liver or your kidneys are out of order. Neglect may lead to dropsy, kidney trouble, diabetes or Bright's disease. Thou sands recommend Electric Bitters as the very best stomach and kidney medicine made. 11. T. Alston, of Raleigh, X. C., who suffered with pain in the stomach and hack, writes: “My kidneys were deranged and my liver did not work right. 1 suffered much, hut Electric Bitters was rec ommended and 1 improved from the first dose. 1 now feel like anew man.” It will improve you, too. Only 50c and SI.OO. Recommended by W. W. Albers. adv Ha usa uWfe Pilot. FORMER RESIDENT INSANE AT SPOKANE George J. G xxlhue Thought Ho Built a Spokane, Washington, Hoepital. The following is taken from a Spokane, Washington, newspaper of a recent date: “George G. Goodhue, aged 77 years, who was picked up last Wednesday morning by officers in the police pa trol auto at 02220 Cincinnati street and later taken as a patient to the Sacred Heart hospital, went raving mad and after attacking his young women nurses was conquered by police officers and taken to the station. Goodhue declared he owned the hospital and had expended 125,000,000 in its erection so that he had a right to tear it down and lie was engaged in the task when the patrol wagon, carrying three officers, arrived at the hospital. With difficulty tiie trio overcame him and tied him in the wagon. He was strapped securely in the padded cell after a struggle.” The above no doubt refers ho George J. Goodhue, a former well known res ident of this city. The Goodhues were among the pioneers in the Wis consin river pinery and about forty years ago operated a saw mill on the Big Eau Claire river.—Stevens Point Jouanal. In early day the name of Goodhue was as well known as any other name in the pinery. Since the aaove was written Mr. Goodhue has passed away. FLOODS AT GLENDIVE. Floods are being had in Montana as well as in other parts of the country, and former citizens of Wausau have suffered. The losses of E.J. Berry and the experiences of Paul Able, all formerly of this city, is told in the Glendive, Mont, paper, as follows : Property valued at approximately $14,000, belonging to E. J. Berry, pro prietor of the Hotel Jordan, was swept, away by the raging waters of the Yellowstone river early Monday morning when the icy wateis Hooded his farm which is located alrout one and one-hii’f miles southwest of the city. The loss included horsis, cattle hogs and other personal property, not to speak ot the damage caused to buildings, machinery and farm equip ment. Persons residing on the place had a narrow escape with their lives and fortunately were not harmed. Throughout the night, Paul Able, w ho had charge of the place, had been on the lookout, for lie had heard that a flood was likely to come. When it did put in appearance, however, it came with a rusli and roar, and within 15 minutes the fertile area was a seething mass of water, from whict it was impossible to rescue the MvestocK kt.pt on the pla;e. It is reported that at about 3o’clock in the morning, Mr. Able heard an unusual iic ise. and looking out at the window saw the water surrounding the house. It was plainly visible in the glare of the electric headlight of a freight t ain which was pu ling into the city. Calling his wife and children, the two men who are employed on the •arm, Able hitched a horse to a cart and started to drive to a place of safety. lie was able to go hut a few feet when his progress was cut off by the swift water, the current of the river having shifted so that it ran near the dwelling. The horse was driven back to the house and un hitched. it started for the barn but was caught in the angry Hood, swept into a w ire fence and drowned. A boat was secured and Mrs. Able and the children taken to the rail road track where they weie out of danger. The boat was pulled back to the house and the two men started to the barn to release the stock. The current was incredibly swift and the craft was capsized hurling the occupants into deep w ater. Their escape from drowning was little short of miraculous. Meanwhile the water rose rapidly, reaching i height of five feet in a few minutes, and eventually passing up to the eaves of the house. ANDREWS’ PROPERTY SOLD. A deal 1 as just been closed whereby W. 11. Chellis has come into the pos session of w hat is known as the Gus. Andrew ?,' estate on theeurnerof Third and Franklin streets. The property is 120 feet square and includes a large building, also a large eleven room house, west of the corner building and a small store building and dwell ing on the south. The property is centrally located, suitable for busi ness, roomers, etc. BASE BALL IN THE BIBLE. Bert Watson Hailey sends the fol lowing Bible proof that bate ball is a recognized and an approved game: Eve stole first and Adam stole second: $ St. Peter umpired the game. Rebecca went to the well with the pitcher and Ruth in the field won fame: Goliath was struck out by David; A base hit made on Abel by Cain. | The Prodigal Son made one home I run and Noah gave out checks for I rain. Straight at It. j There .s no use of our "beating | around tie bush.” We might as well jout with it first as last. We want | you to try Chamberlain's Cough Rem -1 edy the next time you have a cough or cold. There is no reason so far as we can see why you should not do so. j This preparation by its remarkable j cures has gained a world wide reputa tion. and people everywhere speak of 1 it in the highest terms of praise, j is for salt by all dealers. adv WAIJraD, Will., TIIBiPAY, APRIL IS, 1913. FARMER SUICIDES BY RANG ING. Ernst G. Hoecke was found Tues day evening by a neighbor, hanging qy the neck in his barn in the town of Pine River. A half-inch rope at tached to a rafter, were the success ful suicidal preparations. Domestic infelicity is assumed as tlie cause, his family being in this city at the time, whither they had come follow ing a disagreement. The authorities were notified and yesterday morning Sheriff Knorr, Dist. Att’y. Smith, Coroner O’Roilley and Deputy Wendt went out to view the body and the evidence indicating plainly i suicide, no inquest was considered necessary. . 'eceased was 47 years oi age, and is survived by his wife and four chil dren. Interment took place this af ternoon from theSchram undertaking rooms—Merrill Advocate. NEARDIG THE CLOSE. There will only be about three more meetings of the Boys’ club of the Y. M. C. A. this season. The club has been very successful in all its under takings the past year. The study over the life of the high school boy lias been indeed very beneficial to all. The suppers which have been given in connection with the regular study evenings have been equally success ful, having an average attendance of thirty-five boys of high sciool age. The club lias undertaken several en-f tertainments for the financial part of the work and these, as well, have been well patronized. New officers and directors will soon be elected for next year. The Junior members of trae Y. M. C. A. have also had their Bible classes which have met every Monday and Wednesday afternoons with an aver age attendance of 40 per wee c. They also enjoyed a supper once every four weeks. FROM CALIFORNIA. The Pilot is indebted to H. E. Smith, who is in California with his family, for various handsome pamph lets descriptive of that lieautiful country. Mr. Smith reports on the whole all have had a most delightful winter. He says: “We spent Satur day and Sunday at Catalina Islands. It is the ‘lsle of Delight’ ind then some ! Our delightful visit there has helped to iron out many of the rough spots we have bumped intj on the mainland. Tomorrow we sail for San Diego and expect to say ‘liowdy’ to our old friends Nell Campbell and Fred Rieraers. Then back here again to prepare for the ‘long haul’ back home. We may be back in time to help you be ‘Queen of Mav.’ ” First National Bank Report of the condition of Tie First National Bank, at Wausau, in the state of Wisconsin, at the close of business, April 4, 1913: RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $1,844,705.91 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 2,442.57 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation. 200.000.00 Other bonds to secure Postal S.vlnir ( 6,000.00 Bonds. Securities, etc .'14.000.00 liaukinif-house. furniture, and fix tures 80.000.00 Other real estate owned 2.070.00 Due from national banks (not re serve agents) 1.951.47 Due from state and private banks, and bankers, trust companies, and savings banks 2,789.70 Due from approved reserve agents 146.883.96 Checks and other cash Items 3.429419 Notes of other N atlonal Banks 2,225.00 Nickels and cents 510.09 Lawful money teservein bank, viz: Specie I 94,895.4 > Legal-tender notes 9.560.01 101.305.45 Redemption fund with U. S. Trea> - tirer 5 per cent of circulation 7,900.00 Total *2.435,920.14 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in $ 350.000.00 Surplus fund 150,000.00 Undivided profits, lessexpenses ami taxes paid 3.353.46 National bank notes outstanding... 197,600.00 Due to state and private banks ani bankers 21.712.02 Due to trust companies and savings banks.. 5,704.99 Individual deposits subject tocheci 888.509.31 Demand certificates of deposit 16,000.00 Time certificates of deposit 738,366.57 Certified checks 420.90 Cashier’s chocks outstanding 546.00 Postal Savings Deposits 647.99 Bills payable 50.000 00 He .erve 1 for Interest and taxes 15,000.00 Total *2,435.920.14 State of W tsconsin. county of Marathon, ss: 1, A. 11. Grout, Cashier of the a'xive named bank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. A. H. Gitocr, Cashier. Subscrilied and sworn to before me this 9th day of April. 1913. Jobs Kmnt.i. Jr. Notary Public. Correct—Attest : D. L. Plcmßr. 1 E. B. Thayer. / Directors. J. N. Masson. 1 Are You Going to Build This Spring If so call on the Kavanaugh Putzbach Hardware Cos. FOR BUILDERS SUPPLIES Equal to the Best in Quality or quantity which you prob ably know by this tlm<?. If You Want Mechanic* Tools You will find a large supply here to select from at rea sonable prices. If you want anything in our line that we haven't got. we can soon get it for you 409 Jackson Street OCCURRENCES OF LONG AGO. ITEMS OF NEWS BOILED DOWN FROM THE CENTRAL THIRTY-SEVEN YEARS AGO WEDNESDAY, MAY 9tll, 1877. Notwithstanding the low stage of water in the Wisconsin river Lawrence & Peters have run their fleet of lum ber safely over the falls at Mosinee. Services will be held in the new first Presbyterian church on McClellan street next Sunday. This church is nearly completed and when it is it will be an ornament to our city. John Mercer is its architect and J. M. Smith lias had ciiargo. On the evening of May 11th there will be a Universalist sociable at the Grace House. J. & A. Stewart have made con tracts with St. Louis pa-ties lor sev eral million leet of lumber and the same is being shipped by rail. All our 3aw mills are ready to com mence sawing. The city council lias passed an or dinance compelling saloons to lie closed from Saturday night until Monday morning. A daughter was born unto Mr. and Mrs. C. Y. Bardeen ora Sunday night. Weight 7 lbs.; complexion, mahogany; shape of a peanut; mouth when shut, no bigger than a worm hole in a hick ory nut. There is going to be a christ ening just as soon as she will make a bundle big enough to carry out and a drop of water wont drown her. Char lie has been hunting over all the (/aUlic, sadc3-on, sell- tic and gr&isyann names, but has concluded to wait un til his better half and himself dream one name the same night- wants something ideal. No logs are coming down, no water in the river and we might as well look the conditions squarely in the face and commence to curtail in our expenses, for desperately hard times are upon us. Men are out of employ ment and none to be had. Mrs. Ely Wright and children have gone East on a visit. James McCrosseu has gone Blast to purctiase goods for his large stor s. Rev. T. Richards was called to Mosinee Monday to attend a dying man. The man lived near Kronen wetter’s mill and B’r. Richards asked COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. MARATHON ITEMS. Marathon Times. ML a Nell Curran of Berlin, sister of Principal Robt. Curran, attended the play here Monday night. Mrs. fvF. Curran, Mrs. T. Callahan, Miss Mae Callahan s.nd Miss Eliza beth Roloffe of Wausau, attended the home talent play at the village hall Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. N. Yeeter moved to Wausau the forepart of the week where Mr. Veeser is interested in the new brewery company. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Kirstein, Mr. and Mrs. F. Leuschen, Prof. Robt. Curran and Erwin Prehn attended Bohemian Girl at the Grand Opera at Wausau Tuesday night. H. G. Tank of the town of Stettin, former well-known secretary, organiz er and manager of the A. S. E. left for Brady, Montana, last Wednesday where he will be engaged in the machinery business. ATHENS ITEMS. Athens Record, The Christian Endeavor social at Mr. Kernighan’s was a big success. The Lutheran school play Sunday night was a very enjoyable affair. Julius Habeck sajs he wants them “to quit kicking his dog around” and bring it home. The Chesak mill finished its winter cut Friday, after % very successful season’s run. The week-old baby of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trwitz,ki died last Saturday and was buried Monday. Mrs. Leo Plata was sent to the Marshfield hospital, Tuesday to be vaccinated against typhoid fever. Miss Braatz left Monday for Teresa. She will visit her sister, Mrs. Crassin, on Marshfield enroute. Miss Martha Gronewald who has been home for a few days returned to her place at the Wausau business college. Monday. MOSINEE ITEMS. Mosinee Times. Dave Burnett was at Wausau on business today. Mrs. John Spatz and son were Wausau callers Monday. Eugene Wirth of Donald has been renewing old acquaintances here this week. H. M. Kronen wetter and sons, Ralph and Johnnie, were Wausau call ers yesterday. Dick Powers came down from Black well Saturday night and has been spending the week l ere with relatives and old friends. Mrs. C. A. Bernier returned home last Saturday from Rochester, Minn., where she had been for the past two weeks with her daeghter, Miss Eva, who recently underwent an operation at the Mayo Bros. Hospital for goitre. We are glad to announce the opera tion was a successful one and that Miss Bernier will soon be able to re turn home. KDOAB HUMS. Edtfar Nev Mr. and Mrs. A. J Cherney were at Wausau. Tuesday. Those from here who attended the “Bohemian Girl” at Wausaa opera honse last Tuesday ovenlng s ere Mr. Ito be.let off at the mill, and when the I train slacked up and the whistle blew, he jumped off, tailing and badly ; cutting Ills face and head and receiv ing severe injuries. It will be some time oefore he will he able to get out again. He attaches no blame to any one but himself. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 1877. The count. 3 is as dry as tinder and as we go to press a heavy forest tire is raging sonth of tne city. Win. Homrig is the father of a 14 pound boy. The whole lumber country in Wis consin is in the same condition that we are. No rain, no logs. We have lots of company in our misery. Our streets are dusty and we have no street sprinkler. Let some enter prising man, with nothing to do and a good pair of horses, start a machine and lie will be fully remunerated by what has come to he legal tender here—prayers. The Fire Cos., has elected officers as follows for the ensuing year : Foreman—F. W. Kiekbusch. Ist Asst. Foreman—D. W. C. Mitch ell. 2nd “ “ —Aug. Bradel. Hose Capt:.- Aug. Lemke. Ass’t.—John Egler. Sec’y Phillip Ringle. Treas Fred Neu. Collector—Herman Lemke. Fin. Com—C. H. Mueller, John Ringle, C. Wcessner. Mrs. L. E. Ths.yer is visiting in Rural. W. P. Kelly has returned from the j South. Mrs. P. B. Champagne Is visiting in the East. Lawjer Eldred is out of town on professional business. L. S. Cohn is making arrangements to erect a saw mill on the west side of the river. There was a large fire at Stevens Point on Monday—4,ooo,ooo feet of lumber burned. Some of the heavy losers were: Knox Bros., Easley & Thomas, Sanford & Rowell and E. M. Copps. and Mrs. Albert Wagner and son Ed gar, Mrs. A. W. Puchner, Misses Bal lard, Roseth, Thompson, Nelson, Klein and Genneqean Kress. Miss Edna DeLong entertained about thirty young ladies Saturday evening. Misses Grace and Beatrice Kane of Wausau visited here with their sister, Mrs. E. R. Greenman, last Friday. John Socha, Jr., who is employed at the basket factory, slipped and fell into a tank of hot water, Friday morn ing. The water in the tank is used to boil the logs before putting them on the veneer machine for cutting. As he felt himself falling, he made a quick grab and caught hold of the edge of the tank, which no doubt saved his life. His limbs up to the knees were badly scalded, but he is able to be around again and has re turned to work. PARENTS RESPONSIBLE. “I do not fear for the morals of our girls if they are let alone,” said Dis trict Attorney Yockey in an address Thursday night in Perservance Pres byterian church, Milwaukee. Mr. Yockey flayed the men whose moral code permits them to encourage girls in lives of vice on Saturday night and then pose as respectable men before good women on Sunday. “No girl at first will hold her honor lightly,” he said. “It is always some man who starts her on the wrong path, and society shuts its eyes to these offenses.” Mr. Yockey declared that the re. sponsibility of righting social wrongs rests with the parents. If fathers and mothers would insist upon know ing where and with whom theii daughters spend their evenings, the sense of responsibility would be suffic iently developed in girls to ensure their safety, he says. NOVICE. This is the tine to paint your houses and do your building, carpen ting, painting, oil finish and stone mason work. I will do it so reason able that the poor laboring class can get a home of their own and will give satisfaction. I am not at this t rade one year, but fifteen years. Call at 515 Washington street. adv. 4wks. COLD IN HEAD GOES OVER NIGHT. Don’t try to break up that bad cold with dangerous stomach disturbing drugs. Get directly to the inflamed membrane by breathing Booth’s HYO MEI (pronounce it High-o-me). Get a bottle for 50 cents at W. W. Albers and try the safe treatment that thou sands are using. Into a bcwl of boiling water pour a scant teaspoonful of H.YOMEI, cover head and bowl with a towel, and breathe deep into the lungs the heal ing vapor that arises. Breathe thia vapor for five or ten minutes until the head feels fine and clear, then go to bed and sleep soundly until morning. No cocaine or opium or harmful drugs in Booth’s HYO MEI. It is made of Australian Eucalyptus and other antiseptics It is guaranteed to end Colds and Catarrh, or money back. Just breathe it—no stomach dosing. adv. No. 22-TERMS $1.50 Per Annum HENRY B. HUNTINGTON LAW AND REAL ESTATE Scott St., Opp. Court House. Wausau, Wis Over 5,000 Acres of Fine Farming and Hardwood Lands for Saio in Marathon, Lincoln and Taylor Counties, Wis. Fine Residence Property, Business Property, Building Lots and Acre Property for sale in the city. MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY. u . - mlliTil m * m, ■aa.hj i ' nrr t 1 —I L**iiTigro,. ! AUDITION Ll . . 1 . 1 . . 1 1^ —" ——** *■ t l ' * r •' * | I m m mm 0 mi • • r ———■ — ■ I•\0• m 0 a | i'\ r iH : b. - - . -- - -**- ~ * —" **" i ■" | ) IrR-f ! .J * r i \[ n J ’ ; 1 8 ' * mvanimmnm* —-■■‘lf I *' \ Hi 1 p For prices and verms, or anv Information relating to the abovedescribed lots and lands, apply at my office, Henry B. Huntington. ®he Style Shnp'B LADIES’ TAILORS Spring Suits fashionably Tailored to Your Individual Measure The latest patterns in worsteds, mixtures, tweeds, cheviots and serges, best of ©O R A A and satin linings up We guarantee every garment that leaves our establishment to be perfect in work manship, material and fit. M. 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