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Catarrh of the Stomach A re you satisfied with your stomach? Have you experimented all you care to? Would you really like Relief ? It is safe to say that, in an assem- j blage of one hundred people, seventy- j live per cent of them have some stem- j ach trouble. Of course, the individual j is to blame, generally speaking. The i stomach is one of the mo-t abused I c rgans in the human body, not be cause the average individual desires to injure himself, but because, in ignor ance of the laws of health, he commits errors in diet that promote acidity and inflammation of the stomach. The common and easily recognized symptoms of stomach trouble are loss of appetite, food is distasteful, later vomiting and pain, pressure on the surface over the region of the stomach is unbearable on account of the ex treme soreness resulting from the in flammation. There is apt to be a bad taste in the mouth, with dryness of tongue and more or less fever. In some ca>es dizziness and headache are noted, and there is a burning thirst not easily satisfied by drinking cold water. It is only a step from these described conditions to the chronic stages, when the fever grows less but me mucus accumulates rapidly and the digestive fluid is diminished so that the food lies for hours in the stomach, undi gested. and decomposes into gas and certain other irritating and poisonous bodies. Constipation generally follows, with swelling of the stomach and abdomen, and the victim becomes weak, nervous, depressed and exceedingly miserable. At times there are attacks of pain, nausea or sickness at the stomach. The attacks may occur frequently or weeks may elapse between them. The constipation may be interrupted by spells of looseness of the bowels and the discharge of gas. Oftentimes when the accumulation of gas is pronounced, the pressure is so great as to cause pains in the heart and the victim immediately fears some organic heart trouble. As a climax to the difficulty that originates in the digestive organs, the victim is poorly nourished, loses flesh, grows weak and pallid, becomes listless, in different and low-spirited: in short, he becomes a “chronic old dyspeptic’’ as the commor saying goes. If you have pain in the stomach, loss of appetite, what you think is dyspepsia or indigestion, bad taste in the mouth or foul breath, sick headache, catarrh, gas. gnawing sensation, nervous ness, heartburn, bloated feeling, then your stomach trouble has be come a chronic fact and the need a necessity. I hat |nvl ■ ** -• I-- abk ; c- cues public l”" t"!\ That is why people coin e to Dr. nHk Turbin and give hands. DR. TURBIN Who has visited Wausau for the past twenty-one years, will again be in Wausau, Satmday, April 11,1914 At the HOTEL BELLIS Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. and every fourth Saturday thereafter. FREE CONSULTATION Are You Nervous, , we s a D k°. n4 'iUiii l tius; Tired Mornings. Lifeless. Easily Fatigued. Excitable, Irritable. Hollow Eyed, Haggard Looking. Sleepless? Have you Pool Memory. Weak Hack. Sunken Cheeks. Foul Breath, Heart Flutter, Catarrh. Lack of Energy and Confidence or Ambition ? Urinary, kidney and Bladder Diseases Obstructions. Strainings. Fain in Hack, Blad der and Kidneys. Enlarged (Hand. Nervous ness, Swelling. Blood Poison, Skin Diseases, Mouth, or Throat. Swollen (Hands. Mucous Patches, Copper-Colored Spots. Uheumatie Fair .. Eczema, Itching. Burning, Nervousness. I AMP's If you are suffering from persistent L/tIMLb Headache. Painful Menstruation. Uterine DisplaeemnU*. l’ains in the Back, and feel as 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 your case is curable, t > I treat Dropsy, Rheumatism, fistula, Piles, Constipation and all Rectal Dis eases. Stomach Troubles, Indigestion. Had Taste or Breath. Sick Head ache. Bloated. Heartburn. Sour Belching, Spitting Up. Catarrh. Has, Unawing, Nervous Hpart WpaL'flPCC fluttering. Skipping, IlCdtl WCdMICNN, palpitation. Fain in Hert, Side or Shoulder Blade. Short Breath. Weak. Sinking. Cold or Di/./y Siells. Swelling. Rheumatism, Throbbing in Excitement or Exertion. fatarrh Hawking. Spitting. Nose Running vdldllll, Watery or Yellowish Matter or Stopped Up. Sneezing, Hull Headache. Cough ing. Deafness. Pains in Kidneys, Bladder. Lungs, Stomach or Bowels may be Catarrh. DOCTOR TURBIN Schiller Building CHICAGO C. F. Bismarck THE OLD RELIABLE Sline Repairer Cement sidewalks are ruinous to the soles and heels of shoes. When worn down fetch them to niv shop and 1 will repair them as pood as new at prices that are right. / handle the WALES-GOOD YEAR Lumbermen's Rubbers. 518 Scott St. C. F. Woodward PIANO TUNER Phone 1647 CHICHESTER SPILLS DIAMOND BRAND S "“*'XCL * LADIES! JUk y..r DnoM for CHT-CHES TRR'S A DIAMOND brand PILLS in Rkd • ad/AS Cold metallic boxes, sealed with Bluet/ Ribbon. Tin so other. Bay •* 7 V tllUllt u 4 Ml fce CHI-f Hp-t™ • DIAMOND BRAND PILLS, for twentT-Bae Wars regarded aa Best. Safest. Al wsts Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE JESS Best Family Laxative. Beware of constipation. Fse Dr. King’s New Life Pills and keep well. Mrs. Charles E. Smith of West Frank lin. Me., calls them “Our family laxa tive.” Nothing better for adults or aged. Get them today. 25c. All druggists or by mail. 11. E. Bucklen & Cos., Philadelphia or St. Louis, abv Fresh Fish FOR LENT Fresh and Salt Water Fish, Live, Dried and Smoked Always on Hand and to be had at the Hotel Beilis" Store BLUE POINT OYSTERS on the Shell or in Bulk Prompt Attention Given to All Orders 203 SCOTT STREET PHONE 1964 A Case In Point Having suffered for 20 years with a severe pain in the side, a lady patient was entirely re lieved after three Chiropractic Adj list merits. A gentleman sufferin’g with Rneumatism for .’SO years, the past few years so severe that rest was well nigh impossible was relieved from this condi tion alter one month’s adjust ments of the spinal vertebrae. It makes no difference as to the ailment, Chiropractic Spin al Adjustments will bring re lief. the length of time re quired varying in different con ditions. YOUR CASE will respond equally well under our adjust ment if it is not beyond hu man aid. “ The displaced vertebrae Is what stands between the dis eased condition of your body and perfect healt. G. M. OTTO THE CHIROPRACTOR Phone 1977. Jefferson St., opp. Court House, Wausau, Wis. Lady Chiropractor In Attendance. tinw can j,ou make gour rooms beautiful? Exercise good taste madame —that s ah! IT is not necessary to spend a lot of money to make a room look nice. Well matched, well chosen furniture that suits the decorations will go a longer way towards making a room look really beautiful than all the expensive furniture you can buy. Let us aid you. We have a long and exten sive experience of just what is most suitable under given conditions. We have helped thousands of others and we can help jou. Come in today and look over our well select ed stock. All our experience) (is at your dts posal. U: ~~. - fcMl 202-204 Scott Street SHORT MEWS ITEMS. i Miss Ella Gould has bee l confined to her home bv illness the past few j days. Balm of Figs, can now be obtained | from Mrs. Anna Marquardt, til2 Jef- I ferson St. 2t-adv At the coming spring election in Waupaca county Mrs. C. $. Ashmun of Rural is a candidate for member of the board of education, with chances greatly in her favor for election. Tomorrow is the Ist day of April. There are many of the Pilot’s read ers who should lie apprised of this otherwise they may he sent on a “fool’s errand.’ Look out for saw dust pies and cotton doughnuts. The Beilis house has removed all vestige of the winter season, and it looks very slick with storm shed re moved. etc. This really beats robins, traveling bands and wild geese, as a harbinger of spring. We can already feel the warm southern zephyrs. | Spring is here and witli it always comes the yellow' gross-beak. They | came down in large numbers from i the north and spend a few days with us and especially haunt a few places on Warren street. They are a rare bird and attract a good deal of atten tion. I>r. Joseph F. Smith and Dr. Rus isell Lyon have moved their offices jfrom the Wisconsin Trust Building : to the new Spencer building, tilkH Third street , over Lund’s flower store, j Telephone 1722. adv-.T3-tf | The splendid spring opening at | Winkelman’s store Wednesday even j ing was a decided success. Special attention had been gi\en to each department and the display was com plete in every detail. The store had been decorated beautifully for the oc casion. The windows aiso attracted much attention by their spring ap pearance. Music was furnished dur ing the evening by Cone’s orchestra. Glasses That Save Mistakes.— Many an error in business is caused by poor eyesight. Many an error could be avoided by the w earing of proper glasses. You may be a sales man. shipping clerk. Ixiokkeeper, manager or proprietor . no matter which, it is necessary that you see clearly. You will lind that you have rested nerves, fewer headaches and make fewer errors by wearing glasses prescribed and fitted by our opticians. C. F. Dunbar Cos., Wausau, adv THE OUTLOOK. You are missing half of your life Mr. Reader, if you do no* have the Outlook in your home to read during your spare moments and to keep you w ell informed as to weekly happenings of noteworthiness. This publication, which has a reputation all over the world, is gotten out once a week and contains a number of editorials on in teresting occurences besides other articles on topics especially interest ing at the time. Ex-President Roosevelt is one of the contributing editors of the Outlook and last week an article written by him related part of his South American trip. This was accompanied by photographs and was very interesting. Simla - articles ap pear weekly. This is one of tiie most up-to-date magazines in America and if one reads nothing else but the < Uitlook every week he is well informed in every phase of the progress of current happenings and of his gover ment. So, if you are not a subscriber for the Outlook you had better send in your subscription now to The Out look Company, New York. The Mothers' Favorite. A cough medicine for children should be harmless, it should be pleasant to take. It should be effect ual. Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is all of this and is the mothers’ favor ite everywhere. For sale by all dealers. WAUSAU PILOT. RATHER STARTLING Mrs Louis Ringle, Jr , Goes Through a Sidewalk Into an Old Well. A most peculiar and unusual acci dent occurred on Grant street Thurs day morning, causing quite an excite ment. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ringle, Jr., were going to the St. Paul sta tion to meet the train and when in front of Dr. D. T. Jones’ residence the cement sidewalk suddenly gate way, precipitating Mrs. Ringle to the bottom of an old well, the earth cav ing in and holding her in its grasp. The prompt action of her husband and neighbors undoubtedly saved her life. Ladders aud ropes were quickly gotten and she was soon extricated, somewhat bruised and dazed but otherwise unhurt. She was taken in to Dr. Jones’ home where she was revived by friendly hands and restor atives and later taken to her own home in hr. R. VV. Jones' auto, w here she undoubtedly rejoices that she is alive and well. The well seems to have been the source of water supply for domestic purposes in early years, a few r days before the accident the doctor noticed a depression in the walk, and on Wednesday hyd some workmen repair it: but rain on Wednesday night caused a secoi and depression which led to the accidei t. The place has now been fully repaired and is perfectly safe. KILLED BY THE CARS. Lloyd Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen, former residents of this city, but now of Blackwell, Wis., w as accidentally killed in the St. Paul switching yards in this city Friday afternoon. It appears that, the boy tried to pass between the coal car and a box car and when the train moved he was thrown onto the track and evidently two wheels passed over the body just above the waist line. The accident was not witnessed by any one. A lady passing along the road near the tracks noticed the body lying beneath one of the coal cars across the rails, and notified one of the men who was working in the yards. Coroner R. M. Frawiey and district attorney Gorman were sum moned. but decided an inquest was not necessary, as there was no doubt but that death was due to an acci dent. Lloyd was born in this city, January 21, 19(M5, and waseight years, two months and six days old. Mrs. Allen and two little sons came to Wausau several days ago from Blackwell for a visit with relatives and friends. The funeral was held yesterday af ternoon from the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Eckraan, 227 East For est street, the Rev. O. T. Boe, pastor of the Immanuei Norwegian Lutheran church, officiating. Interment was made in Pine Grove cemetery. WAY OUT IN IDAHO. A letter from Conrad Steltz, form erly of this city, of Genesee, Idaho, says: “Our winter has been very mild this year. The coldest we had was 18 to 20 below and that only for one night. Only had five or six days’ sleighing. March has been an ideal month, the weather quite warm and now everybody has a part of their garden made and we will soon be through with spring work. If the weather continues, in about two or three weeks all will be done. 1 have been at work putting in my ground for the past two weeks. Fall sown grain looks very good. Do you think Wausau can beat this climate ? Re gards to all old friends.” BELOIT CLUB HERE. Last Saturday evening the Beloit Glee and Mandolin clubs gave a de lightful recital at the high school before a good sized audience. The combined clubs numbered some forty five or fifty young men and some splendid numbers were presented by them. The mandolin club which was composed of clarinet, two guitars, flute, drums and a trombone besides the ten mandolin playevs. was espec ially tine. No club that could come up to the latter has ever been in this city. They were called back severa times after each number and cheer fully responded. The glee club, although its program was excellent was the best that has been here in the last two years. They were all good singers and of their number, three sang very beautiful solos. Asa whole the Glee and Man dolin clubs were excellent and far superior to the Wisconsin club which was here very early in the season. The Beloit clubs were entertained in the homes of the people of this city during their stop of one day. Satur day evening they were all entertained at. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kelly at a dinner. The Iligii School Athletic club secured the Beloit singers and players here and as a re sult the club has been able to make some extra money which will come handy in the endeavor that will lie made to send the track team to some meets that will come off some time in the near future. A finer lot of young men would be hard to find any where and certainly they did honor to Beloit college. FOR SALE OR TRADE. My saloon property, dance hail and grocery store, combined, located in Lincoln County, six miles east of Merrill and 12 miles north of Wau i sau, in a well-set Med locality, will be ' sold at a bargain, or I will trade it 1 for a farm. For particulars enquire of Ed. Grob. at Louis Wiechman's hardware store. adv tf. f IT MARRIAGE LICENSES Aug. Kibbei. T. Ashford tFonddu Lac Cos.) to Elsa Karan. T. Spencer. Edward Burgner. T. Wolf River, to Ella Pugmier, Gadoway. Wm. Kurth T. Farmington Wash ington Cos. to Stella Schuster. T. Marathon. Ervin Winters. T. Spencer, to Ella Schunk, Stratford. August Falk to Elizabeth Geese, both of Wausau. Fret! Leffel to Irma Schroeder. both of T. Eau Pleine. PERSONALS. Mrs;. 11. .1. liagge was in Morrill on Wednesday visiting friends. —Karl Mathie departed last evening ior Minneapolis on a business visit. —II. J. Ilagge returned from a business trip to Madison on Wednes day. —Lamar Sexmith is in Hobson, Montana, visiting bis son. George and family —Major and Mrs. John Ringle spent several days in Milwaukee the past week. —Charles Helkeand Barney Guenth er were in Marshfield on business the p ist week. —W. 11. Thorn who had been in Chicago on business returned home on Thursday. —Wells Turner and Norton Kelly will return to Beloit college the lat ter part; of this week. —Mr. and Mrs. James Brown of Merril , were in the city visiting friends on Wednesday. —Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Turner went to West Baden on Thursday for a stay of several weeks. —E. M. Smart of Milwaukee, was in the city Sunday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Landfair. —Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Yawkey and Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Woodson returned home from Chicago last Friday. —Miss Gale Boss, a student at Kemper Hall, Kenosha, will spend Piaster at her home in Schofield. —Pi. D. Widmer spent Wednesday in Stevens Point on business pertain ing to the Wausau Business College. —Miss P'lorence Andersen of Shaw ano was the guest of her cousin, Mrs. A. W Prehn, during the past week. —Miss Genevieve Edmonds departed fo r Chicago Sunday evening to reseme Per studies at the Chicago university. —A. C. Winnie departed for his home in Racine Wednesday after a visit with his daughter, Mrs. S. 11. Kolter. —Lawrence Johnson arrived home from Carroll College Friday evening for a week’s visit at tlie home of his parents. —Mrs. 1). F. Gorman and daughter, Miss Alice Gorman, left yesterday for a two month’s visit to points in California. —Mrs. S. 11. Alban of Rhinelander, arrived in the city yesterday and is a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LI. 11. Johnson. —Mrs. 11. G. McCrossen was called to Cornucopia the past week on ac count of the illness of her mother, Mrs. Thompson. -Mr. and Mrs. Karl Mathie and daughters, Misses Elizabeth and Cornelia, will depart tomorrow even ing ior Chicago. —Miss Margaret Clark, who is at tending Carroll college at Waukesha, arrived in the city Friday for a week's vacation. —Miss Mary Gorwith, who is teach ing at Sheboygan, will arrive in the city the latter part of next week for the Easter vacation. —Miss Edith Boyce will arrive home Friday evening from Toma hawk, where she is teaching, to spend the spring vacation. Miss Ruth Winkley, who is at tending the university of Wisconsin, is expected in the city a week from Thursday to spend Easter. —Miss Ruth Ingraham, who has been visiting her parents during the spring vacation, returned to her school in Appleton yesterday. Miss Irene Shekey, who had been visiting friends in this city for the past two weeks, returned to her home in Johnson Creek on Monday last. Mrs. M. 11. Barnum of Lake Shishebogema, arrived in the city Friday evening and is the guest of tier daughter, Mrs. A. V. Gearhart. —E. C. Kretlow returned home : Saturday evening from a trip to points in Louisiana, on land business and a short sojourn at Hot Springs, Ark. Mrs. Cora J. Wylie of Los Angeles and daughter, Miss Edith, arrived in Wausau Sunday and are the guests of the former’s sister, Mrs. R. 11. John son. —Misses Jeannette Held and Mary Anderson, students at Downer col lege, Milwaukee, will arrive in the city next week for the Easter vaca tion. —Miss Rutli and Knox Kreutzer. who were to have returned to their sc.i ools this week, will remain longer, having been detained by illness in the family. —C. S. Gilbert and party who have been visiting points in parts of Europe, sailed for home Friday and expect to arrive in the city the fore part of next week. —Joseph Webber of the town of Wausau departed for Bismarck, N. D., ast evening where he has accepted a position with the Bismarck Com mission company. —Carl Schmidt. George Ruder, Os car Eggebrecht, John McNeil and Ervin Leu be how are expected home a week from Thursday from the uni versity at Madison to spend Easier. —Mrs. Ely Sterling of Rhinelander arrived in the city on Friday for a visit with relatives. She is a guest at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. I>. Mylrea and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Thom. —Mrs. C. F. Dunbar went to Chica go Wednesday (evening to meet her daughter. Miss Margaret, who was returning from a sojourn in the south. They lxith returned home Sunday. Chronic Stomach Trouble Cured. laere is nothing more discouraging than a chronic disorder of the stom ach. Is it not surprising that many suffer for years with such a.n ailment when a permanent cure is within their reach arid may be had for a trifle? •* About one year Ago,” says P. H. Beck, of Wake lee. Mich., “I bought a package of Chamberlain's Tablets, and since using them I have felt perfectly vreli. 1 had previously used any number of different medi cines. but none of them were of any lasting benefit. For sale by ill dealers. We quote the follow ing low prices on all our footwear, worths in high and low shoes $2.50 $3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 5.00 Y. M. C. A. EXHIBITION Last Tuesday afternoon and even ing the annual Y. M. C. A. gymnasium exhibition took place at the Y. In the afternoon the younger boys took part in tlie drills and after an open ing march, there were games and mat work by the Junior A’s and B’s. Following this fancy steps were per formed by the Junior leaders, com pleted the gym. program. The swim ming pool proved the next attraction and there were a number of contests here. In the grand march a large number participated. This consisted of all classes. The Junior A class did a very pretty folk dance which was fol lowed by “Thirty Minutes of Fun” by the business men. There was combination apparatus work by the Junior working boys. Then calis thenics by the Wausau Business col lege drill team took place and this was very pretty with the red. white and blue wands which were used. These were follot ed by other things among them being the pyramids by the Senior gym. team. The exhibi tion proved a great success. PLENTY OF RAIN. Last Tuesday night rain came down in torrents and cleaned up our city, generally. It was a cold, disagree able experience to go through with, but it carried off lots of accumulated dirt. We had a repetition Saturday and Sunday and on these days much rain fell and our streets were flooded. SERIOUS CATARRH YIELDS TO mom, You Breathe It. Be wise in time and use Hyomei at the lirst symptom of catarrh, such as frequent head constant sniffling, raising of mucus, or droppings in the throat. Do not let the disea.- e become deep-seated and you are in danger of a serious if not fatal ailment. There is no other treatment for catarrh, head colds, etc., like the Hyo mei method, none just as good, so easy and pleasant to use, or that gives sucli quick, sure, and lasting relief. You breathe it—no stomach dosing. W. W. Albers will refnnd your money if jou are not benefited. Try Ilyomei at once and see how quickly it clears the head, stops the sniffling, and banishes catarrh. Hyo mei helps you to enjoy good health. All druggists sell it. Ask for the complete outfit—sl.oo. First publication March 31, last April 14. Notice ol Final Settlement and Assign ment. State of Wisconsin, County Court for Mara thon—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that i sjieeial Term of tlie 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, (being the 2lst day) of April, A I)., 1914. at 10 o'clock A. M.. the following matters will he heard and considered: The application of Frank Bublitz, adminis trator of the estate. Helen Bublitz. late of the city of Wausau In said county, deceased, for tlie examination and aliowai ce Of his final account of his administration, and for the assignment of the residue ol the estate of Helen Bublitz, deceased, to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated March 27. 1914. By order of the Court. F. E. Bump. County Judge. Henry Miller. First publication March 3, last March 24. Notice tc> Creditors. slate of Wisconsin. County Court for Mara thon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time up to. and including the first Tuesday of September. 1914. is hereby allowed to creditors of Peter Bury, deceased, to present their claims for examination and allowance. Also that all claims so presented, will lie examined and adjusted at a regular term of said county court to i>e held at the court house in the city of Wausau on the first Tuesday of October, 1914. Dated February 28. 1914. By the court. Henry Miller. F F.. Bump, County Judge. First publication Feb. 17. last March 24. Sheriff Sale. state of Wisconsin. Circuit Ccurt. County of Marathon. • Georue Stchi.faut*. Plaintiff vs. Frances shei.br aih and Joseph shelbrach. her h ishand Defendants. Notice Ls hereby given that pursuant to a judgment of forecloiure and sale rendered in the above entitled action, in said court, on the Htbday of February. A. D., ’913. no turt of which has been redexmed. I. H- J. Abraham. Sheriff ir, and for Mara thon county. Wlscon-dn. will offer for sale and sell at public auction, for cas j to the highesi bidder, at the wes. dxyrof the ccurt house, in the city of Wausau. Marathon county. Wiscon sin. on the 14th day of April. A D . 1914. at ten o'clock in the foreox>n of sai l day. the fol lowing described premises, to-idt : The Southeast Qt arter of tlie Southeast Quarter Section twenty-three (23). and the >outhest. Quarter tf the Southwest Quarter of Section twenty-feur (24). all in Township twenty-seven (27). North of Bange nine (9) East. Marathon com ty. Wisconsin. Dated a2 Wausau. Wisconsin, this 16th day of February. A. D., 1414. H. J. Abraham, Sheriffof Marathon County. Wis. Krectzes. Bird. Kosenberrv4; Okoneski. f laintlff’s Attorneys. EASTER Footwear Novelties In all the new styles, such as the new Colonial Pump, Bulgarian Pump, Tango Tie, etc. In all the new heels, such as the Kidney Heel, Spool Heel and new Rex Heel. In all the latest colors, such as White Bronze, Swede. Dull Kid Brrwn Patents, etc. Our Display Windows are the talk of the town Don’t Fail to See Them 310 THIRD ST. Every member of the family enjoys the Victor-Victrola No one complains about things being “slow” around the house where there’s a Yictrola. It provides the best music in large enough variety to please every one. and any one can play it. Stop in and hear the \ ietrola the next time vouTe passim? our store and let us explain how ynti nn casilv have :• A ietrola in your home right away. Victrolas sls to S2OO. Victors $lO to SIOO. WRIGHT MUSIC & JEWELRY CO. The Store of Quality WAUSAU, WISCONSIN How’s Your Liver? If vour liver is not doing its work properly, waste products — poisons—that should have been eliminated, are remaining in the system. Or Ihe liver is not secreting enough bile, thus hindering that part of the digestion that takes place in the bowels. REXALL LIVER SALTS contain certain salts commonly found in the celebrated mineral waters at Baden-Baden and other famous resorts to which invalids travel thousands of miles to partake of the waters. Rexall Liver Salts are agreeable, pleasant, effervescent, gently laxative—cleans ing the intestinal tract without any but the most beneficial and grateful effect. 28c, 50c AND SI.OO Bert Schwanberg Druggist and Optician THE REXALL DRUG STORE OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE. PHONE 1105 emw^Co. BREWERS AND BOTTLERS U/ THE PUBLIC DEMANDS A :rES Pure Beer ' PhMt suring Absolute == I 1093 Purity. WE [IREW IT WX TRY A CASE OF AOevseTisXdxvftv or BvWdot\ Bottled Fxpressly for Family and Table Use First publication March 3. last March 24. Notice to Creditors State of Wisconsin. County Court fo: Mara thon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that the time unto, and including the first Tuesday of September. 1914. is hereby allowtd to creditors of cnris toph Schwartz, deceased, to present their claims foi examination and allowance. AUt> that all claims so presented, will 1* examined and adjusted at a regular term of said c"uut.v court to be held at the court house in the citi of W ausau on the first Tuesday of Oclioer. 1914. Dated February 24.1914- *Jfta By the court. , . Henri Miller F. K Brwp. County Judge f bilzio 'ziiozuta ir.-.nalorm weak, broken-down, nerv w, > *.s wrecks into magnificent type* of | physical perfection. They restore is and kidneys to their normal I conditions and make you h>ok arul p leel years younger. Guaranteed, fit) cents Book Fret The S. R. r*eil Cos., Cleveland, O. For sale hv W. W. Albers, druggist.