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National German American Bank.
Report of the condition of the National German American Rank, at Wausau, in the state of Wisconsin, at the close of business, October 31st, 1914: RRtOtTRCES. Loans and discounts fi.9ti2.581.96 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 1.711.47 11. s. bonds toseculd circulation. ■. 200.000.00 U. S. bonds deposited to secure C. S. deposits 1.000.00 Other bonds to secu e postal savings 5.000.00 Bonds, securities, etc. (other than Stocks) 35.867.67 Stock in federal reserve bank 4.300.00 Banking house, furniture and fix tures 61.416.18 Due from National banks (not re serve atrents) 11.536.52 Due from state and private banks and bankers, trust companies and savings y ' 7.801.19 Due from approved reserve agents in central cities 149.461.90 in other reserve cities f 107.515.96 . 156.977.86 Checks and other cash items 3.935.54 Notes of other national banks 5.380.00 Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 301.37 —Lawful money reserve in hank, viz: Specie tl 10.747.10 Legal tender notes 16.630 00 127.377.10 Jiedemption fund with U. S. treas urer sst of circulation 10.000.00 Total '..*2.595. 186.86 LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in f 3<X>.000.00 Surplus fund 130.000.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid A 31.(81.31 Reserved for taxes ' 10.560.00 National Bank Notes outstanding. • 200.000.00 Due toother national banks .04 Due to state and private banks and bankers 23.336.16 Due to trust companies and savings banks 19.061.12 Dividends unpaid , U 59.00 Individual deposits subject to check 736.418.22 Demand certiflc tes of deposit 25,195.64 Time certificates of depos'ts pay able within 30 days 32,008.22 Time certificates of deposit payable after 30 days or after notice o! 30 days or longer 944.891.82 Certified checks U 1.12 United States deposits 1.000-00 l’ostal Savings deposits 1,094.21 Biils payable. Including obligations representing money lorrowed.... 140,000.00 Total f2.595.186.86 State of Wisconsin, county of Marathon, ss: I. H. G. Flieth. cashier of the aiiove named hank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the best of my knowledge and tielief. H. G. Flieth. Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of Nov., 1914. Hkkmas 11. Boehmer. Notary Public. My commission expires Feb. 17. 1918. Correct—A ttest: C. C. Yawkky, I C. S. Gilbert. r Directors. B Heisemann. i Office 'Phone 1507 Res.'Phone 1195 Dr. Forrest H. Frey Physician and Surgeon Associated with 308 Scott St. DR. EMILY ROY. WAUSAU, WIS. Chromaster, Speer & Harvey Swarthout ASSOCIATE ARCHITECTS WAUSAU. WISCONSIN New Spencer b-'llding Phone 1836 THE SUCCESS OF A SPECIALIST IN Chronic Diseases MEANS SOMETHING TO YOU MY 25 YEARS O r FAITHFUL SERVICE In your community have brought me recognition as a SUCCESSFUL SPECIALIST due to Ability, Honesty and Effic iency in the Diagnosis and Treat ment of Diseases in their chronic for n.s. Tie determining factors in the success of a Specialist are Correct Diagnosis and Absolute Accuracy of prescriptions, combined with Experi ence and Ability, backed by a thor ough Medical Education. I enjoy the confidence of the people and have earned their support where critical cure and skillful medicinal aid are needed. 1 make no charge for consultation whether you take treatment or not. Young Men Who Are Nervous Despondent, Dizzy. Weak. Debilitated Tired Mornings. Lifeless. Easily Fatigued, Excitable. Irritable, Hollow Eyed. Haggard Looking. Sleepless? Have you Poor Memory. Weak Back. Sunken Cheeks, Foul Breath. Heart Flutter. Catarrh. Lack of Energy and Confidence or no Ambition ? Consult me. Men and Women Who Have Stomach troubles, Indigestion. Bad Taste or Breath. Sick Head ache. Bloated. Heartburn. Sour Belching, ."pitting Up, Catarrh. Gas. Gnawing. Nervous ness. Heart Weakness Fluttering. Skipping, IlCdll nCdMlt, PnlpPation. Pain in Heart. Side or Shoulder B.ede. Short Breath. Weak. Sinking. Gold or Dizzy Si>ells. Swelling. Rheumatism, Throbbing in Excitement or Exertion. fatarrh Hawking. Spitting. Nose Running Lilian 11, tystory or Yellowish Matter or Moppet! t'p. Sneezing. Dull Headache, Cough ing. Deafness. Pains in Kidneys. Bladder. Lungs, Stomach or Bowels may tie Catarrh. LET ME HELP YOU I imp’s If you are suffering from persistent lap 11._ Headache. Gainful Menstruation. Uterine Dispiacenmts, Pains in the Hack, and feel as it were impossible for you toeudure your trubies and still l>e obligeu to attend to your household and social obligations. I wilt cure you if your case is curable. Those of You Who Have Urinary, kidney and Bladder Diseases Obstructions. Strainings. Pain in Back. Blad der and ixtdneys. Enlarged Gland. Nervous ness, Swelling. Blood Poison, Skin Diseases, Mouth, or Throat, Swolleu Glands. Mucous Patches. Copper-Colored spots. Rheumatic Pains, Eczema. Itching. Burning. Nervousness- Come and talk over your symp toms with me. 1 will soon convince you of my ability to help you get rid of those aches ami pains. i have many cures to my credit in cases of Dropsy. Rheumatism. Fistula. Piles. Constipation and all Rectal Dis eases. 1 ha e visited Wausau for the past twenty-one years, will again be in Waasaa, Friday, Nov. 20, 1914 At the HOTEL BELLIS Hours 9 a. m. to 9 p. in. and every fourth Friday thereafter. FREE CONSULTATION DOCTOR TURBIN Schiller Building CHICAGO CHICHESTER SPILLS N DIAMOND BRAND 4 LAMES I A* rmm* BtmxM for cm-CHES TEH'S A DIAMOND BRAND PILLS ta Rkd ih4/A Gold metallic boxes, sealed with BluetO) Ribbon. Till NO otsil. lnrfnwW •noM **4 Mh IW Cll.rnfe.TfS V MIAMOSD IK A X D PILLS, for twenty-CwH wears regarded aa Best, Safest. Always Reliable, SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS iS** EVERYWHERE TESTED SHORT ITEMS. Frank Bissell has just completed a new home in Marshtield. Anson Campbell has sold his inter est in the Marshfield Times to his partner, Mr. Barr, who will continue its publication. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Woodson are now occupying their new home on Mclndoe street, having moved there to yesterday. ' Louis Rutzkyof Wausau hasiocated in Marshtield and has opened a groc ery store at 521 South Central avenue. —Marshfield Times. The annual Past Master’s night of Forest Lodge No. 130 F. & A. M., has been arranged to take place on the first Wednesday in December. Nos. 2 and 3 of the tire department were summoned to the home of Anton Hirsch, Wednesday evening to care for a chimney fire. No damage caused. Thomas Welch, an old citizen of Stevens Point, died on Wednesday, Nov. 4th. Mr. Welch was 81 years of age and had lived in Stevens Point since 1855. He was well known in the valley. Mrs. Dan MacDonald slipi>ed and fell at her home, corner Fifth and McClellan streets, last Friday, sus taining injuries which have since kept her confined to her room. Don’t try to heat y.mr homes by neglecting to repair your storm doors and windows. If so you are only wasting fuel in the attempt. Guard against the cold leaks around doors and windows by consulting Pier, adv Poole Pianoe— Some people say they don’t know the difference between the good or the poor piano. That may be true so long us a Poole has not been inspected. Every part of the Poole is so apparent that a- further explanation is not necessary. For sale by C. 11. Ingraham, jeweler, adv Otto M. Geibe has sold tiis 80-acre farm near Rlngle to John Jensema, a young man of this county, and his cheese business to Otto Massholder of Appleton, a well known cheese maker, who intends to make this fac tory one of the best in the country. Mr. Greibe will go to Elkhart lake to reside. Try This for Your Cough. Thousands of people ktsp coughing because unable to get the right remedy. Coughs are caused by In flam mat ibn of Throat and Bronchial Tubes. What you need is to soothe this Inflammation. Tave Dr. King’s New Discovery, it penetrates the delicate mucous lining, raises the Phlegm and quickly relieves the con gested membranes. Get a 50c. bottle from your druggist. “Dr. King’s New Discovery quickly and complete ly stopped my cough” writes J. R. Walts, Floydale, Texas. Money back if not satisfied, but it nearly always helps. COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. ATHENS ITEMS. Athens Record. The Ladies’ Auxiliary will meef with Mrs. McLaughlin. Thursday November 12. The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church will give their annual bazaar in the Bruss building Saturday, Nov. 14th. A. C. Schmidt, candidate for con gress and A. J. Plowman the Guern. sey breeder of Elderon, Wisconsin, were in Athens last Sunday. Herbert Fromm of Hamburg was in the village Monday in the interest of a violin recital to be given by Joseph Reuter in the near future. Jos. Chesak drove to Wausau Wednesday morning, that being the day set for the final settlement in probate court in the matter of the deceased Josephine Blecha. SPENCER ITEMS. Six?ncer Record. Will Bradford of Neillsville, a former Spencer boy, greeted Spencer friends Saturday. Msss Eva Reas went to Wausau Friday to spend a few days w ith iter sister Hattie who is attending the county teachers' training school there. A. L. Block, formerly cashier of the Spencer State bank, left for New I'lm, Minn., Tuesday, in which place he has a position as cashier in anew bank. A1 Trumbull and Ilenry Reas went to Park Falls Wednesday to hunt during the deer season. They also expect to be employed there during the winter. Saturday was a red (letter day for the Henry O. Watrus Relief corps of Spencer. The ladies had the honor and pleasure of entertaining the 12th annual district convention of the W. R. C. that afternoon. FROM STRATFORD. Stratford Journal. I>an Mahony was in Wausau Wednes day on business. Mrs. Win. Have- visited friends at Marshtield on Wednesday. Frank J. Curtin left Friday morn ing for Wausau where he will act as one of the members of the county -canvassing board. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Malone of Wausau visited Stratford friends Sat urday. Mr. Malone is the -chief of police of the metropolis. S. S. Seibert, the packing house urometer, is meeting with fairly good success in soliciting subscriptions for stock In the proposed packing house which is to be located at Wausau. MOSINEE ITEMS. Mostne* Times. James Veault passed away Friday after an illness of six weeks He had been a resident here since 1815. The funeral was held Sunday afternoon. Work or, Karl Mathie's residence on Water street is well under way. Carl Kronen wetter is in Wausau this week in attendance at a meeting of the board of equalization. Mrs. F. 11. Merman of Wausau, was a visitor front Monday to Wednes day at the home of Iter brother, C. S. Blair. The ladies of tlie St. J-mes' Guild will itold their annual sale Dec. 2nd. Blair s Pharmacy was closed the forepart of the week while invoice REPORT TO THE COMMISSIONER OF BANKING (CONDENSED) v SHOWING THE CONDITION OF CITIZENS STATE BANK WAUSAU, WIS. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON OCT. 31, 1914 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and Discounts $374,532.06 Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Overdraft.; 1 4<i9 o? Surplus 10,000.00 Overdraft* _ Undivided Profits , 6,257.07 Banking House and Fixtures... 17,365.18 Reserve for Taxes 1,925.41 Cash and due from Banks 64,769.83 $458,126.29 5458,126729 Busy men. with no time to spare, can have their real and personal property managed by ns. This assures positive safety and absolute fidelity. This Bank wants your business, no matter how small. STATE, COUNTY AND CITY DEPOSITARY Why 2,750,000 People Read the Chicago Sunday Tribune The Sunday Tribune has 550,000 subscribers. There are five read erS, it is estimated, to every subscriber of a news paper. The Sunday Tribune, therefore, has 2,750,000 readers. It ought to, and WILL HAVE 5,000,000. Here are some of the reasons: The Sunday Tribune is the world’s greatest newspaper. The Sunday Tribune is a greater magazine than any monthly. The Sunday Tribune has* the best national capital news. • The Sunday Tribune has the ablest editorial writers. The Sunday Tribune’s comic section is unsurpassed. The Sunday Tribune’s color printing process has no superior and few equals. The Sunday Tribune’s society news embraces New York, New pert and Washington as well as Chicago. The Sunday Tribune has the two best dramatic critics—Percy Hammond in Chicago, Burns Mantle in New York. The Sunday Tribune has the best household department, includ ing Lillian Russell, Marion Harland, Bessie Ascough, and other authorities. The Sunoay Tribune leads in war news and features, pictures and maps. It has three famous newspaper men—Joseph Medill Patterson, John T. McCutcheon and James O’Donnell Ben nett —on the the battleground of Europe. Edwin F. Weigle, the Tribune staff photographer who scooped the world on war pictures at Vera Cruz, is with Mr. Patterson. These are only a few of The Sun day Tribune s features. Limit of space forbids enumeration of more. The Only Ad. That Can Tell The Sun day Tribune’s Story Adequately Is The Sunday Tribune Itself was being taken preparatory to the transfer by Mr. Blair of the business to the Citizens Drug company this week. The annual meeting of the county board of supervisors wlil be Held in Wausau commencing Tuesday, No vember 10. MARATHON ITEMS. Marathon Timfs. Mr. Ziegenhagen's barn was de stroyed by tire Sunday morning. The building is a total loss except the foundation. The loss amounts to perhaps about SI,OOO, which was about half covered by insurance. Mrs. Jacob Sonnent&g and Mrs. M. Baur were Wausau callers Wednes day. F. X. Schilling transacted business at Wausau Wednesday as did alsoJ. L. Keller. Mr. and Mrs. S. Winkelman of Wausau, visited with Mr. and Mrs. A. Silverman Sunday afternoon. Mrs. John Deininger and Mrs. Peter Focbs of Wausau, visited with Marathon friends and old neighbors yesterday. John Kirstein returned from Inter wald Wednesday night, where he had been engaged during the oast month as chef for an outing part; composed of members of the Wausau Lumber com pany. • SCHOFIELD ITEMS. Miss Elfriede Reetz of Wausau, has been spending t lie vast week with Iter grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mattke. Aug. Lenz of Wausau visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Zank also at the home of Fred Htntz. Mr. and Mrs. Joe West and Mrs. Gustave Goetzke of Merrill, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Chas. Prahl. Mrs. A. A. Pagel is very ill at her home. We ail hope a speedy recovery will be hers. The West family from Merrill spent Sunday with Mrs. Chas. Prahl. The trip was made in thefr auto. A. C. Huebner left Thursday for Milwaukee to attend the teachers' convention. Rev. E. C. Boerger left Saturday for Oshkosh to preach at a Mission Fest. Miss Stella Finch has been home from school the past week suffering with neuralgia. Mrs. Emma Means and children Hazel and Earl spent last Sunday at WAUBAI) PILOT. ALWAYS •• RELIABLE WEAR CLOTHES THAT ARE ALWAYS CAREFULLY TAILORED This means by an experienced tailor and where you can get the best for the money. The test of good clothes making lies not only in the proper fitting quality and in the design of the material, but also in the detail of putting the garments together by use of the scissors, thread and needle. The garments made in my establishment are always rel'3ble — correct in every detail and you are sure of getting ten stitches to every one stitch found in the ready-made or special order garment. FALL ANp WINTER SUITS ANp OVERCOATS Cor. First and Scott Sts. ] s. Hanson the home of their uncle, John Klien out in the country. A kttclten shower was given on Mrs. Chas Quade at Wausau, Wednes day evening. Those that attended from Schofield were Mrs. Ida Hart wig, Miss Theresa Mattke and Elsie Goetzke from Wausau, Misses Edna and Celia Meurel and the Misses Ida Kasten and Viola Beilke. Many use ful gifts for the kitchen were received and games were played and a fine luncli was served. All had an excel lent time. EDGAR ITEMS Fxlz’zr News. Arthur Wagner made a trip to the county seat Wednesday afternoon. Frank Bowe and Harry Kandler were callers at Wausau Wednesday. Miss Bertha Zepp spent several days last week visiting with friends at Wausau. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Means and daughter. Evelyn visited at the county seat Wednesday afternoon. Albert Wagner is adding on an addition to his garage which will make it twenty-six feet longer than the old one. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hart, who] have been spending their honeymoon ! the past two weeks visiting in Chica go. Mi’waukee and other cities, re turned home last night. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS. | \ Notice is hereby given that the assessments for the cleaning of all permanent paved streets, also the assessment for the street sprinkling on all streets sprinkled in tlie ..ear ! 1914. are now due and in my hands for collection, tlie same are to be paid on or before Dec. Ist. 1914. after that date it will be put in the tax roll of this year. Rate for cleaning fO.OWi 100 per foot frontage. Rate forsorinkling 90.02 100 per foot frontage on macadamized st reets. Rate for sprinkling *0.03 100 per foot frontage on permanent paved streets. Hexbt Jcers. n3-2w City Treasurer. An Active Liver Keens Heelth. If you want good health, a clear complexion and freedom from Dizzi ness. Constipation, Biliousness. II tad - aches and Indigestion, take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They drive out fer menting and undigested foods, clear Lie Blood and cure Constipation. Only 25c. at your druggist. PERSONALS. * —Mrs. J. D. Ross is visiting friends in Chicago. —Mr. and Mis. Walter Evers were in Merrill on Thursday. —Mrs. Chas. Greiner of Athens, was in the city on Wednesday. —J. I). Mylrea departed’ Tuesday for Miss., on business. —Miss Hallie Naglee arrived home Wednesday from a visit in Chicago. —Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ingraham vis ited over Sunday in Menomonie, Wis. —Geo. Sutter of At liens, transacted business in Wausau last Wednesday. —Mrs. Briggs, of Appleton, mother of Mrs. Karl Mathie is in the city on a visit. —Mrs. T. 11. Ryan arrived home Friday morning from a trip to Mil waukee. —Dr. A. W. Trevitt returned home Wednesday from a trip to points in Michigan. Miss Mary Corwith attended the teachers’ meeting in Milwaukee the past week. —Mrs. D. C. Everest arrived home Saturday morning from a short stay in Chicago. —Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Ringle left for Chicago Wednesday evening for a few days’ visit. —Miss Beatrice Zimmerman at tended the Teachers’ convention at Milwaukee the past week. —Dr. Joseph Smith went to Chicago Thursday evening on business, lie arrived bogie Saturday noon. —Mrs. Richard Healy of Antigo, arrived in the city Friday for a short visit. She returned to her home Saturday.*"" Miss Josephine Sturtevant spent Sunday at her home in Wausau. She is attending tin* state normal school in Milwaukee. —Mrs. Jos. E. Davies of Washing ton, I). C.. arrived in the city last Friday on a visit to her sister. M rs. G. K. Gooding. —Norton Kelly, who is attending school at Racine college and who was at home for a visit, returned to his studies Thursday. —E(J. C. Kretlow went up to Toma hawk .Wednesday on business alTairs ”.nd to bag a few partridges along the line on bis way home. —Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Radant and Mrs. Emma Mohr returned Thursday evening from a trip to Kilbourn, Reedsburg and Baralioo in the form er’s auto. —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bissell and Mr. and Mrs Thomas D. Spalding, of Marshlield visited in Wausau on Tuesday. The trip was made in the Bissell car. —Miss Inez habean, a teacher in the Longfellow seoooT, went to Mil waukee Wednesday evening and at tended the Teachers’ convention in that city. —M. B. Rosenberry and son went up to Star Lake and vicinity Thursday to secure a few partridges for their Sunday dinner and were remarkably successful. —Mrs. Elvira R. Dickens returned to her home in Wausau last Tuesday; after an absence of three rnenths vis Iting with her daughter and family in Menomonie, Wis. —Mrs. Carl Merklein, Mrs. Carl Adams, Mrs. Win. Eugfer and Misses Bertha Miller and Helen Miller visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of Marsh tie Id last Wednesday. —Mr. and Mrs. Vi'alter Alexander, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Scriver and Miss Liberty Strobridge left Friday morn ing in the former’s auto for a trip to Reedsburg and Baraboo, returning home Sunday evening. —David Finn, one of the old time pioneers of Marathon and Lincoln counties and who now is a resident of Merrill, was in the city Wednesday night and Thursday morning on a business and social visit. —Melville Barwig arrived home Tuesday from Madison, where he was present at a Wisconsin-Illinois game: also from a visit with his brother, Charles, who is attending St. John’s Military Academy at Delatield. —Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ross went to Chicago Tuesday night, the former going south from there on business. Mrs. Ross was joined by her daughter who is attending school at Beloit and they visited old friends in Chicago. —Mrs. S. M. Quaw, one of the dele gates of the Ladies’ Literary club of this city, in attendance at tiie annual convention of the Wisconsin State Federation of Womens clubs at Racine last week, returned home Fri day morning and reports a very in teresting meeting. - -Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bird, who had been on a trip to New York and Washington, D. C., for two weeks, re turned to the city on Wednesday noon. In tiie former city they visited with Hobart Bird (a brother of Mr. Bird,) and family. When on their way from the depot to the home, in an auto, tiie machine for some un accountable reason stopped, on tiie track of the street car, and before it could be started the party was run into by a street car. The auto was w recked but not one of the occupants was seriously injured. In Washing ton Mr. Bird wa> admitted to prac tice in U. S. Supreme court. GOING TO CALIFORNIA. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mylrea will de part for California next Friday and will spend the winter on the coast. Chas. 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