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NOTICE of REMOVAL!
FRANK E. PETTRIC, DISTRICT AGENT, TRAVELERS INSURANCE CO., OF
Hartford, Conn., has removed his offices to the Dunbar Block, 3 II= 3 I 3 Third St.
This block has been remodeled with up=to=date offices, affording the necessary
additional space and conveniences so that he may continue to “TAKE CARE OF
YOU,” and give to the rapidly increasing number of policyholders the same per=
sonal and careful attention at all times, and especially at the time of disaster or
death, that he has in the past.
I take this opportunity to impress upon you the importance of not
only placing your Life, Accident and Health Insurance in a company
like “THE TRAVELERS,” the oldest and largest Life, Accident
and Health Company in the world, but also the importance of writing the application
through an agent who has a thorough training and knowledge of the business. This may
seem of little importance to you, but when the unforseen happens, it is too late to rectify
mistakes. “THE TRAVELERS” do not appoint agents by mail nor do they appoint agents
unless they have had the proper training. “THE TRAVELERS” maintains a continuous
school for the training of their agents. This means service to you.
With the above facts and the additional assurance that I sell guaranteed lowest cost Life Insurance, also all
forms of Accident and Health Insurance in the oldest and largest company in the world ; and that I have
over 1,000 satisfied policy holders on my books, should be sufficient evidence to compel you to consult me
Office 311-313 Third st., Dunbar Bik. before buying elsewhere, in justice to I Local and Long Distance
Office Hours 8:30 a. M. to 6:00 p. m. yourself and as a strictly business prop- PVi on p
Open Saturday Evening 7toloP. M. osition. Carelessness in placing your insurance is as | HUllv
Other Evenings by Appointment. dangerous as smoking a pipe over a tub of gasoline. [Always Some One There to Answer
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Travelers Guide.
CHICAGO A NORTaWBSTItKN RAILWAY.
Arrive Leave
W ausau Wausau
2:05&.m.1 Appleton f 2:15a.m.
3:15 a.m. I Oshkosh. 7:05a.m.
12:22p.m.!' Fond du Lac.. -,12:10p.m.
2:45p.m. I Milwaukee, I 5:20p.m.
t>:43p.m.J Chicago n:isp.m.
1 Antlgo 10;05a-m.
3:15a.m. > Rhinelander -(U:lsp.m.
2:39 p.m. 1 Hurley (
I Rhinelander t 7:45p. m.
9:05 a. m. f Antlgo I
7:20p. m > Antigo •< 12:10 p.m.
2:15a.m.') Marshfield, | 2:05a.m.
10:05a.m.1 St. Paul I 9:osam.
4:15p.m. J Minneapolis ]2:39> p.m.
11:00p.m.J Duluth and west 1 9:43.p.m.
Parlor car on tram leaving at 7:05 a.m.
Train leaving at 11:15 p. m. has daily sleeper
for Milwaukee and Chicago. Train leaving at
2:05 a. m. has sleeper and reclining chair car
for St. Paul and Minneapolis. Tickets sold
and baggage checked to all important points
In the United States. Canada and Mexico.
D. McNapuhton. Agent.
C. M. * ST. PAUL RAILWAY.
Pass, train No. I. N.. daily, except
Sunday 7:00 a.m.
Pass, train No- 6. S.. dally, except
Sunday 10:30 a.m.
Pass, train No. 2, S.. daily, except
Sunday 7:50 pm..
Pass, train No. 5. N., daily, except
Sunday 8:26 p.m.
Pass, train No. 25. N.. Sundays only 1:08 p. in.
Pass, train No. 26. S.. S’ln lays only 7:50 p. m.
Close connections are made with 10:30 a. m.
train for all points In Southern Wisconsin and
Northern Illinois. ... ,
Ticketsonsale and baggage checked to des
tination. R. (iOOORICH. Agent.
C. F. Woodward
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WAUSAU, WIS.
hocks i o a. at. to h m.
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PERSONALS.
—Miss Hallie Ilaskin visited in
Merrill last week.
—Miss Bertha Miller visited in
Marshfield, on Wednesday.
—Mrs. It. J. Collie was a Merrill
visitor the early part of the week.
—Carl Kronenwetter of Mosinee,
was a business visitor in the city
Saturday.
parents and other friends in Chilton
over Easter.
—Ben Heinemann and daughter,
Miss Beile, came home from Chicago
Friday morning.
—Frank Lueschen of the Marathon
Times was a business and social visi
tor in the city Saturday.
—Lester Lange left for his home in
Irma Saturday morning, where lie
will visit for several days.
—Loyd Kotli returned Sunday even
ing from Tomahawk, where he visited
a few days with his parents.
—P. T. Stone went to Tomahawk
Saturdav, to enjoy Easter at the
home of his relatives and friends.
—R. C. Deutsch left for Chicago
and Grand Rapids, Mich., Friday on
a social and business visit for a few
days.
- Miss Cora Drengler of M&ratnon,
spent Thursday in this city, visiting
her sister, Mrs. Frank Wiesner and
family.
_Wm. Tyrell of the town of Wes
ton, and wiio is assessor of his local-,
ity. made this office a business visit
Thursday.
—Yern Ilibbard left for his home
in Medford, last Thursday evening,
to spend his vacation with his parents
and friends.
—Ed. Braun left for Athens Thurs
day, to spend a few day’s vacation
at the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. John Braun.
—Miss Helen Gebhart arrived home
Friday morning from Milwaukee to
enjov Easter with her parents, Mr.
and ’Mrs. J. C. Gebhart.
—J. S. Alexander returned home
Thursday morning from a short stay
in Hot Springs, Ark., Chicago and
other points in Illinois.
S. B. Tobey was in Madison dur
ing the past week, in attendance at
an educational i*.eet;ing, returning
home Saturday morning.
—Miss Ruth Rosenberrv returned
home Friday morning from a trip to
Milwaukee and Chicago, where she
had been visiting friends.
G. D. Jones came home from
Madison Friday evening, where he
had been engaged as one of the regents
in the state university muddle.
—George Blecha returned to his
home in Athens Saturday morning,
after a few day’s visit with his broth
er. Frank Blecha and family in this
city.
—Miss Edna Molter, a teacher in
the town of Pike Lake, arrived in '.he
citv Thursday evening to spend a few
day’s vacation at the home of her
parents.
—Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cone visited
Milwaukee and Waterloo during the
past week, the place being the former
home of Mr. Cone, returning to the
city Saturday.
—Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Alexander
and daughter, Miss Ruth, returned
home Friday from Little Rock and
Hot Sorlngi Ark.. Chicago. Aurora
and Elburn. HI., Friday morning.
—Mrs. S. J. Huntley of Spring Val
ley. Minn., arrived in the city Satur
day morning to visit her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Vaughan. She
was accompanied by her daughter.
—Leonard Wahl came in from Strat
ford the past week and will remain
with his parents in Wausau until next
fall when he will continue his studies
in the state University.
—Mrs. G. A. Foster and daughters
of Mellen, arrived in the city Satur
day morning to visit at the homes of
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Smith and Dr.
and Mrs. R. Lyon. Mr. Foster joined
them Saturday evening.
—Hon. Neal Brown returned home
Friday from Madison where lie had
been interested in educational bills
before the legislature, particularly on
the bill of the central board of educa
tion which should have control of the
educational interests of the state.
—Mrs. Wm. Cowling arrived in the
city Wednesday morning from Tampa,
Fla., and Chicago, on a visit to her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Merklein.
She will soon depart for St. Paul
where Mr. Cowling is already at work
and where they will probably reside
for several years.
_J. E. Giessel, who is running to
day for County Superintendent of
Schools, visited during the months of
January, February and March, the
schools* of 1(17 teachers, inspecting
their work. He has conducted one
school board convention and six
teachers’ institutes.
PROPOSALS FOR FIRE TRUCK.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the undersigned at his otlice in the
City Hall, Wausau, Wis., until 2
o’clock p. m. of April 17th, 1915, for
furnishing the City of Wausau with
one Motor Driven Combination
Chemical Engine and Hose Fire
Truck.
The essential features of the truck
to be as follows:
Motor to be 6 cylinder of not less
than 60 11. P. by A. L. A M rating.
To carry not less than 1500 ft. of 21
inch Fire Hose-
To have 40 gallon chemical tank
with 200 ft. of chemical hose.
One 30’ extension ladder in three
sections.
One 14’ wall ladder.
One I4‘ roof ladder.
Electric starter and lighting system.
And such other miscellaneous equip
ment as is usually furnished
Bidders shall state allowance that
will be made for chemical equipment
now in service.
Proposals must be accompanied by
complete specifications, diagrams and
other data necessary for full under
standing of the construction and op
eration of the truck.
Proposals must be accompanied by
a certified check on a National Bank
for 10 per cent, of the bid.
The right is reserved to reject any
I and all bids. ,
Carl C. Adams, City Clerk.
Wausau. Wis.. March 29, 1915.
m 30-3 t
BIDS OF SIDEWALK CONSTRUC
TION.
Notice is hereby given that Bids
will be received at the office of the
City Clerk. City Hall. Wausu. Wis
consin for the construction of side
walks. curbs and gutters in the City
of Wausau according to standard
specifications adopted by the City,
until April 15th. 1915, 10 o’clock a.
m. Said bids to apply to ail such
work which may be ordered to le
constructed by the City during the
season of 1915.
Bv order of the Board of Public
Works. John Rinole.
H. E. MAHQUABDCf.
B. C. Gowkn.
TAUSA.U PILOT.
FUNERAL OF M. C. HYMAN.
The funeral of M. C. Hyman, May
or of Tomahawk, who died in that
city on Sunday March 28th, was held
in Wausau on Wednesday at Mt.
Saina Temple, and was conductd by
Dr. Gerechter of Appleton. Mr. Hy
man was unmarried and 56 years of
age. The active pall bearers were
Andrew Oelhafen, R. C. Theilman,
Edward Houlehan, P H. Paul, Fred
McWithey and Matt Nick. The hon
orary pall bearers were: Edward
Evenson, William Drever, F. A. Lar
sen, E. E. Searl, John Lambert and
H. A. Atcherson. The flower bearers
were: J. R. Pfiffner. C. A. Gesell,
Robert Kopplin, V. E. Extrom, Leo
Martz and Gust Engleman. There
were about seventy-five old friends
and neighbors of Tomahawk accom
panied the remains to this city.
Those from Merrill who came down
to be present at the last sad rites
were: E. S. King, Geo. A. Foster,
Clifford Livingston, Aug. Braun, John
Elsen, R. B. Runke, Harry Krorri,
Joe Fisher, F. J. Smith, Gus. Kraft,
Albert Anderson, Louis Fried, S.
Geiss, M. McLaughlin, Henry Klug,
L. W. Kaiser, John Brandt, H. H.
Heineman, John O’Dav.
TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL
HAIR-NO DANDRUFF
If your hair is losing color, too dry,
brittle, thin, or the scalp itci.as, im
mediately begin the use of Parisian
Sage. The first application stops
itching head, removes all dandruff,
invigorates the scalp, and beautifies
your hair until it is soft, Hu Ty and
gloriously radiant.
Parisian Sage supplies all hair needs
and contains the exact elements need
ed to make it grow long, thick and
beautiful. It is delicately perfumed
and not expensive at W. W. Albers
You w ill be delighted with this in
vigorating toilet necessity for nothing
else is so beneficial as Parisian Sage
or so quickly gives the hair that envi
able charm and fascination.
BIDS FOR STREET SPRINKLING.
Notice is hereby given that bids
will be received at the office of the
City Clerk, at the City Hall. Wausau,
Wis., until April 15th, 1915, for man
and team per day for street sprink
ling during the season of 1915 under
the directions of the Board of Public
Works. The City to provide the
Sprinklers.
By order of the Board of Public]
Works. John Rinole,
IL E. Marquardt,
B. C. Gowkn.
NOTICE.
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Board of Public Works of the city
of Wausau until 2 o'clock p. m., April
15th, for the cleaning of catch basins
and sewers within the limits of the
City for the season of 1915.
Dated Wausau. Wis.. March 9, 1915.
John Rinole.
B. C. Gowkn ,
H. E. Marquardt.
m 9-5 t Board of Public Works.
First Insertion March 30. last April 20.
Notice to Creditor*.
State of Wisconsin. County Court f<xr Mara
thon County.—ln Probate
Notice is hereby given that the time up to.
and including the first Tuesday of October
1915. is hereby allowed to creditors of .John C.
Kuhlnann. deceased, to present taeii claim!,
for examination and allowance. Also that all
claims so presented, will be examined and ad
justed at a special term of of slid County
Court to be held at the Court House in the
City oi Wi'isau on the second Tueoday of
October. 1915.
Dated Mart* 23. 1915.
By the Court.
F. E. Be**.
H. NiLUUi. County J udge
First publication April 6, last May 4.
Department of the Interior.
U. S. Land Office at Wausau. Wisconsin.
March 30th. 1915.
Notice is hereby given that rulix Wanta, of
Bevent. Wisconsin, who, on February 10th,
1912, made Homestead Application. No. 03490,
for Ni NWi, Section 4, Township 26 N., Range
9 Fast. 4th P„ Meridian, has filed notice of
intention to make three year proof, to estab
lish claim to the land at>ove described, before
Register and Receiver, at Wausau, Wisconsin,
on the 12th day of May. 1915.
Claimant names as witnesses: Charles
Wanta, John Ferck, Anton Boudnek and Leo
Gusman, all of Hatley. Wisconsin.
Hilmar Schmidt, Register.
First publication April 6, last April 27.
Notice to Creditors.
State 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,
1915. is hereby allowed to creditors of John
Beck, deceased, to present their claims for
examination and allowance. Also that all
claims so presented, will be examined and ad
justed at a regular term of said county court
to be held at the court house, in the city of
Wausau, on the second Tuesday of September,
1915.
Dated March 30. 1915.
By the court, _ ,
F. E. Bump, County Judge.
First Insertion March 30, last April 20.
Notice to Creditors.
St?te 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 October,
1915. is hereby allowed to creditors of Ernst
Nass, deceased, to present their claims for
examination and allowance. Also, that all
claims so presented, will be examined and ad
justed at a special term of said County Court
to be held at the Court House in the City of
Wausau on the second Tuesday of October,
1915.
Dated March 24th. 1915
By the Court,
p Bump
Henry Miller. County Judge.
First Insertion April 6. last April 20.
Notice of Final Settlement and Assign
ment.
State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mara
thon County.- In Probate.
Notice is hereby given that a Special Term
of the County Court to be ueld in and for said
county, at the court houw in the city of Wau
sau, in said county, on '.he third Tuesday
(lteing tne 18th day) of M iy. A. D. 1915. at 10
o'clock a. m.. the follow.rg matters will be
heard and considered:
The application of Iteigh Bugbee, adminis
trator of the estate of Geo. R. Bugbee. late of
the city of Wausau. In said county, deceased,
for the examination and allowance of his final
account cJ his administration, and for the
assignment of the residue of the estate of Geo.
R. Rugl>ee, deceased, to such other persons as
are by law entitled to the same.
Dated April 1.1915.
By order of the Court.
F. E. Bump.
Henry Midler. County Judge.
First publication March J 9, 'ast April 13.
Notice of Final Settlement and Assign
ment.
State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mara
thon County.—ln Probate.
Notice is hereby given that at a regular
term of the county court to be held in and
for said county, at the court house in the city
of Wausau. in said county, ou the first Tues
day (being the 4th day) of May. A. D. 1915. at
10 o'clock a. m.. the following matters will be
heard and considered:
The application of Johanna Bengtson. exec
utrix of the will of Augast Bengtson. late of
the city of Wausau, in said county, deceased,
for the examination and allowance of her flnaL
account of her administration. inti for the
assignment of the residue ot *he estate of
August Bengtson. deceased, to suen other per
sons as are by law entitled to the same.
Dated March 29.1915.
By order of the court.
F. E. Bump.
Orl af Anderson. County Judge.
Attorney for Executrix.
First Insertion April 6. last April 20.
Notice of Final Account and to Deter
mine Inheritance Tax.
County Court, Marathon County. Wisconsin—
In Probate-
In the Matter of the Estate of <
E. C. Zimmerman. Deceased, f
Notice is hereby given, that at a regular
term of the county court to be held in and for
said county at the court bouse in the city of
Wausau in said county on the Ist Tuesday.
< ieing the 4Lb day) of May. A. D. 1915. at the
opening of court on that day. the following
matter will be heard and considered:
The application of Alfred H. Zimmerman,
adm.m.strstor of the estate of E. C. Zimmer
man. deceased, late of Waiuau in said county,
for the exam: cation and allowance of his final
account. id for the assignment of the residue
of the estate of said deceased to such
persons as are by law entitled thereto: and
for the determination and adjudication of the
inheritance tax. if any. payable in said estate.
Dated April 3. A. D. 1915.
Bv the Court.
F. E Bump
Hknry Miller. county Judge.
First publication March 9, last April 13.
Notice of Sheriff's Sale.
State of Wisconsin, Circuit Court for Mara
thon County.
First National Bank of Wausau.)
a corporation. Plaintiff.j
vs. i.
Andrew R. Basen and Blanch*!
Bakun, his wife, and W. J. Z.!
Defend ants. J
By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and
sale duly made in 'he above entitled action on
the 28th day of February, 1914 duly docketed
in the office of the Oierk of the Circuit Court
of Marathon county, on the 28th df y of Febru
ary, If 14. and duly recorded on page 20 of
volume (4) of the judgment record in the
office of the said circuit court of Marathon
county. . ,
I, F E. Schroeder, the undersigned sheriff
for Marathon county, will sell at the west
front door of the court house, in the city of
Wausau, in said Marathon county, on the 30th
day of April, 1915, at ten o’clock in the fore
noon o J 'hat day. the real estate and mort
gaged premises directed hy said judgment to
be sold and therein described as follows:
The northeast Quarter of section thirty-six
(36), township number twenty-six (26), north
of range number ten (10) east. Marathon
county, Wisconsin.
The northwest Quarter of the northeast
quarter and the south one-half of the north
east quarter of section number twenty-five
(25), in township number twenty-seven (27),
north of range number ten (10) east. Mara
thon county. Wisconsin.
The south one-half of the southeast quarter
of section number twenty-seven (27). in town
ship number twenty-eight (28). north of range
eleven (11) east, in Shawano county. Wiscon
sin.
Dated this 4th day of March. 1915.
F. E. SCHROKDER.
Sheriff of Marathon County, Wis.
Regner & Ringle.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
First publication Feb. 23, last March 30.
Sheriff’s Sale.
State of Wisconsin, in Circuit Court Marathon
County.
The Salt Lake Hardware Company. J
Plaintiff, I
vs. f
J. F. Weaver. I
Defendant. J
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of an
execution issued out of and under the seal of
the Circuit Court for Marathon County, in the
above entitled action, judgment having been
rendered in favor of the plaintiff and against
the defendant on the 22nd day of January,
1915. In the above a named Court, and said
judgment having been duly docketed in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on the
22nd diy of January. 1915. and for want or
sufficient goods and chatteU of the defendant
whereon to levy the same. 1 have levied upon
and sht.ll expose for sale, at public auction, to
the highest bidder for cash, at the west front
door of the Court House, in the City of Wausau
in said County and State on the 15th day of
April, 1915. at ten o'clock in the forenoon of
said day. all of the right, title and Interest
which the above named defendant. .1 r.
Weaver, had on the 7th day of December.
1914. at 5:15 o'clock P. M. of said da.-, or has
since acquired in and to the real estate situ
ated in the County of Marathon and State of
Wisconsin, to-wit:
All of Section Thirty-two (32) in Township
Twentj-slx (26) North, of Range Six (6) East.
That 1 shall sell all of said real estate here
inbefore deso' jed. or so much thereof as may
lie suffleier. to raise the amoant due to the
plaintiff fur principal, interest and costs, in
cluding the costs of sale.
Dated at Wausau, February lith. 19b>.
Khed E. Schroedkk.
Sheriff of Marathon Cos.
Brown, Pradt k Gen rich,
Plaintiff's Attorneys.
First Insertion March 30. last April 20.
Notice to Creditors.
State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mara
thon County: In Probate.
Notice is hereby given that the time up to.
and including the first Tuesday of O^o***-
1915. is hereby allowed to creditor- of Emil e
i’lonr Kickbusch. deceased, to present their
claims for examination and allowance. Also
that all claims so presented, will be examined
and adjusted at a special term of said County
Court Ui be held at the Court House in the City
of Wausau on the second Tuesday of October,
1915.
Dated March 23. 1915.
By the Court.
F. F.. Bump. County Judge.
Hr butter. Bird. Kosenbkrkt & okoneski
& R. Buchner, Atty's for Executor.
Firwt Insertion March 30. last April 20.
Notice to Creditors
State ot Wisconsin. County Coort for Mara
thon County: In Probate.
Notice is heresy given that the time up to.
and including the firs! Tuesday of October,
i *ls. is hereby allowed to creditors of Christoph
I.iefke. deceased, to present their claims for
ex am in at‘on and allowance. AJso that all
claims so presented, will be examined andad
iisted at a regular term of said County Court
to beheld aVtoe Court House in the City of
Wausau on the first Tuesday of November.
1915.
Dated March 24.1915.
By the Court,
F. E. Bump. County Judge.
Patrick T. Stone, Attorney for Executrix.
A Record That Speaks
For Itself
Printed below is a copy ol a letter which is evidence
ol the personal and carelul consideration I give to each
and every one ol my policy holders in the selection ol
the right form ol contract and the proper adjustment ol
claims, etc. The slogan: “PETTRIC WILL TAKE
CARE OF YOU" means more to you than a mere
statement. Why not investigate belore buying insur
ance ?
The Travelers Insurance Company
HARTFORD, CONN.
Accident, Health and Lite insurance
Office o' the Vice-President
My Dear Mr. Pettric :
It gives me pleasure to announce that
you stand FOURTH among the 8,000
agents of the company in respect to new busi
ness in 1914—personal business only con
sidered.
In due time a medal will be sent you in
recognition of your splendid record.
The officers of the Company extend you
most cordial congratulations and best wishes
for your continued success.
Very truly yours,
( Signed) JOHN L. WAY,
Vice-President.
MR. F. E. PETTRIC,
Wausau, Wis.
February third,
Nineteen hundred and fifteen
A, L. MONAHAN I. A. ANOERES
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS
= AND AUDITORS-^
WAUSAU. WIS. X
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Auditing Law and Mercantile Shorthand
Books Opened Conventions Reported
Books Balanced Dictation Taken hy the Horn
Balance Sheets Circularizing
Financial Statements Envelopes Addressed
Systematizing Manifolding
Multigraphing
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU \
We have more demand for high grade stenographers
than we can supply.
FOR PROPERTY
DdRQdINS
SEE
ED. C. KRETLOW
Small Farms, 40 to 80 acres.
Acre lots east of St. Mary’s Hospital.
A 1 1-2 story Frame Dwelling with
one acre of land in Bock’s addition
Grand avenue.
A House and two lots, corner of
Maple street and Eighth avenue.
Splendid Lots in Burnett’s addition.
Get a Lot proposition in Beilis add.
A 15-room dwelling on Third street,
with all modern conveniences, for sale
cheap. Also a 5-roorn dwelling will be
included in the bargain.
All this and other desirable property
to be sold cheap and on reasonable
terms. Come and see me.
Edward C. Kretlow
Real Estate and Fire Insurance
First National Bank Building Wausau, Wisconsin

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