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THE HONEST ARTISAN FINDS A REWARD FOR WORK WELL DONE BETOND THE MEASURE OF ANY WAGE INDUCEMENT
Pfer ISURAHCE COMPANY l WAUSAU WISCONSIN # Frank Seefeldt CONTRACTOR *2* BUILDER allk.n ds Repairing Residence 612 Fulton Street Office—Telephone No. 1619 All Work Promptly Done ORDER Windows and Doors For Your New Home From I. M. KUEBLER CO. 1009 Third St. WAUSAU, WIS. When Building See Anderson Bros. & Johnson Cos. Manufacturers of Columns and Building Stone In Our Celebrated ' Ruby," Partridge and Deer Bluff Granites Quarries At Granite Heights Plant and Office at Wausau, Wis. HENRY DENFELD CHARLES WEISBROD DEBFELD & WEISBROD General Painters Paper Hangers and Decorators Dealers in Wall Paper OFFICE 308 FOREST ST. A New and Extensive Line of Wall Papers at Lowest Prices Read ike Wausau Pilot. Advertise in the Wausau Pilot. Order Your Job Printing at the Wausau Pilot. WE pay sick and acciden benefits together with life insurance. Send me your name, address and date of birth. We will submit a proposition by mail. B. F. WILSON, Pres. JAMES MONTGOMERY Manager Home Offiae Agency - —r . tL * ~i 1~1 r~*i*—*> /\ kA r— \ A / r*> \j( only the best and most thorcu r hiy seasoned | V/1 \ | I x/Arl and VVUrvrX lumber should be used. For if the frame shrinks the whole building sutlers. Get our lumber and there’ll be 10 shrinking- and no damage. You will find it pays far better in the end. ncTo67 Jacob Mortenson Lumber Cos., ' —ii ii n n [if Let Us Help You Build Your II || till Home Start Your Building Account With THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Small Amounts Accepted Wm. Zimmer Exclusive Decorations Phone No. 1540 1114 FIFTH STREET PERSONALS. _L. G. Guenther of Knowlton. uas in the city yesterday. Geo. Robicheau of Mosinee. was. in the city on Friday. —The Misses Hoeflinger spent Sun day in Stevens Point 1-Senator W. W. Albers spent Sun day at hts home in Wausau. 1-Miss Blanche Dunfield of Madi son. is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Osborne- \ssemblyman E. C. Kretlow came home from Madison Saturday and re mained over Sunday. J. C. Smith came up from Mil waukee on Saturday to spend Easter Sunday with his family. _C. S. Gilbert. Jr., returned to Madison Saturday, to resume his studies at the University. —Mrs. Richard Powers of Mosinee. visited over Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Louis Dessert. —Mrs. A. E. Anderson who lad l WAUSAU PILOT. Tie Minion Style of Foraitiirs is very popular for'dens, dining rooms and libraries. You’ll not ’ .under when you see our display of it. We don’t claim excessive beauty for it. but wc won’t have to expatiate on its com fort. That will be evident to you at a glance Let i show you how reason ably you can refurnish at least one room. CHAS. HELKE Phone 1101 311 Fourth St. Marathon County Granite Cos. will be pleased to lur nish you Foundation Rock at $3.00 a cord at the plant. Phone 1343 N. End Second St. RADUECHEL & LIETZ PROMPT SERVICE PLUMBERS Plumbing, Steam, Hot Water and Vapor Heating PNEUMATIC WATER SYSTEM Telephone No. 1515 522 Third Street been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bock, returned to LaCrosse on Sat urday. —Miss Isable Andress, who was the guest of her sister. Mrs. J. B. Hurley, returned to her home n Marshtield today. —Miss Margaret Dana and Miss Margaret Dunbar returned home Sunday from a week's visit in Mil waukee. —Mrs. IT. T Schlegel departed Sat urday for California, called there by Of Course You 11 Wire It Later You 11 Want the Lighting Fixtures *helpJyou plan it. You can always switches should be put in right. WM. SELL DEALER IN HARDWARE ~ STOVES. FURNACES Tin shop in Connection The largest and most com plete assortment of builders' hardware in the city. Also sell the best line of Furnaces made. 514 Third Street Telephone 1936 A, B. Wheeler & Son Cos. Plumbing. Vapor, Steam and Hot Water Plants Designed and Installed. Private Water Supply lor Coun try Homes. Largest Stock ol Pipe, Fittings and Valves in the City. Save Money by Letting us Esti mate on Your Work. ART. ROLLER WINNER OF THE $5.00 IN GOLD. Harvey Nelson Contractor AND Plasterer Special Interior and Exterior Work 619 Werle Avenue Phone 2330 ALL WORK PROMPTLY DONE AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED the Illness of her daughter, Miss Corinne. —Alfred Wilson who travels for ♦he lumber firm of Mason 4 lionald -*>n of Rhinelander, was in the city on Saturday. —Wells Turner, Edwin Lenz, Wells Nichols. Geo. >i!bernag'.e. Carl Schmidt, George Ruder, ArieSfcoize. H. Luedchow. Miss Ruth Albers, Mias Phoebe Jones and Miss Imogene Kris key arrived home Thursday to enjoy the Easter festivities In the city. —Mrs. Anne Andersor. of St. Paul, has been the guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. A. A. Bock during the past week. Miss Rose Johnson departed for lola. Whs., on Friday to attend the funeral of her uncle. She returned to the city yesterday. _Don Montgomery, whose head quarters is in Fond du Lac, was in t! e city Saturday and remained visitiL ; ihis p?ents until Sunday. SHORTTTEMS. The ice will be out of the river within a few days. It is now break ing up rapidly. The Westfield and Fall River Lum ber company of Mosinee lias increased its board of directors from three to five. The ice in the rive’- above the dam is about out and the entire stream will soon be loosed of its delayed winter fetters. Mrs. Sedate Pier was taker, very suddenly ill last Saturday night and has been confined to her * room since that time. Her condition is improv ing. Frank Chartier of Men.il, died on Friday, aged 81 years. Mr. Chartier was born in Canada and w hen a young man came to Wausau and later moved to Merrill. He was well known here. G. M. Winneof Chicago and J.C. Justesen of this city, have entered into partnership and will soon open an engineers and contractors office in the city. Roth are experienced and practical gentlemen in their lines and hope for later introduction dur ing the course of a ult!e time. Rev. W. A. Canfield of Carroll col lege was to have preached in the Presbyterian church last Sunday, but the death of his father, prevented. Dr. W. O. Carrier was then going to supply, but managed to secure Rev. Tainter of Ripon, who occupied the pulpit both morning and evening. The Paine Lumber Cos. of Oshkosh, one of the largest sash, door and blind manufactories in tin country, has asked for a temporary receivership while the work of reorganization is in progress. The concern is perfectly solvent and this is done to put the in stitution on the bast possible footing. The city council meets in session this evening for the transaction of its regular monthly business. Among other things to come before that body is a petition, presented by about 80 resident property owners of the first ward, protesting against the building of the new co-operative packing com pany's plant on the site already se lected and purchased. rr his action will evidently delay and complicate matters indetinitel v . MARRIAGE LICENSES. Fred Reckner and Louise Woldt, both of McMillan. Louis Schnelle of Cleveland, to Al ma Severen, Vil. of Fenwood. Arnold Langenhahn and Marie Kolbe, both of T. of Marathon. John P. Feierstein, Belgium, to Anna Gownering, T. of Cassel. George Jorgenson, Fairchild, Wis., to Rafealie Strebe, Fenwood. Jacob Soczka and Anna Sten/.el, both of T. Rietbrock. Herman Marth and Laura Tank, both of Wausau. Ernest W. Baurngardt and Alma 11. Rosembaum, both of Wausau. Albert Breitenfeldt, T. Berlin to Amanda Mueller, T. Hamburg. Henry Kolinhorst and Marie Zaho rik, both of Wausau. Frederick A. Wein, Marshfield, to Mary Buckheimer of T. of McMillan. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. Now that the basketball schedule has been completed, Coach Goodrich intends to begin track practice im mediately. Yesterday morning notice was given that all who desire to try out for any event in track atheletics should come prepared in the after noon and a good sized bunch went through the first tryout, merely a short run. The weather at present is especially favorable to track work and it should not take such a very long time to get the material trained and in the best of condition for the track meets. Interest is being taken by a large number of the high school boys and it is hoped to make this a most successful season in track work. Miss Hazel Hopkins, assistant music teacher in the public schools, is ill at present and will be unable to resume her work in school for several days. School began yesterday after a weeks of most pleasant vacation. The weather was sucii as to make it especially pleasant, A large number of the city teachers spent the week visiting either their relatives or friends, returning here during Satur day and Sunday. Miss Hoegh was unable to arrive here in time yester day morning and her classes were taught by those teachers who had vacant periods. Miss Edna Keuhn who lias been teaching in the Lincoln school was unable to resume her work on account of the death of a relative. Miss E. James of the Lincoln school was ill yesterday but has resumed her school work. Miss Roeser has practically decided upon the opera which is to be “Martha.” COUNTY CORRESPONDENCE. SCnOFIKLD ITKMS. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wendorf and family of Wausau, spent Friday here. Mrs. Ferdinand Reetz of Wausau, spent Friday at the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mattke. Miss Leona Zank who has been suffering with quinzy is on the road to health again. Robert Laut who is attending the Oshkosh normal came home to spend a few days with his parents. He re turned again on Sunday evening. Miss Ruth Glassow who is attend ing the University of Wisconsin, re turned home to spend a lew days with her parents. Mrs. L. 11. Jones left for Oshkosh Monday where she was called on ac count of the serious Ujness of her mother Mrs. Tuttle, and news was re ceived that she died last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Quade of Wau sau, spent Sunday at the home of the latter’s parents, Mr. and Mes. Lewis Goeteke. Miss Cassilda Wendorf, who Is em ployed at Antigo, spent a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wendorf. Hugo Klinghjil of Wausau, attended Easter services at St. Peter’s Evan. Lutheran church Sunday. Miss Alvina Wendorf, who has been ill, is able to be up and around again. FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLS. Friday morning, at 8:30, squad No. I was railed to Chas. McGuire's home on Scott street for a chimney lire. Squad No. 2 was called to the home of if G. Welk on S. Third avenue to look after the destruction by fire of a smoke house on bis premises and to check its spread. Squad No. 3 was summoned to the home of P. H. McFaul on Adams street on Wednesday on account of a chimney fire. Squad No. 1 was called out at about six o'clock Thursday evening to quench a grass tire on East hill, and at about the same time squad No. 3 was called to attend to a similar fire near St. Mary’s hospital.