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LOOK YOUNG. PREIIY Old-Time Receipe of Sage Tea and Sulpur Colors It Naturally. Don’t star prraYL Try SulpTio Sage today and you'll be delighted with the way your hair looks, so dark and glossy. No one can possibly tell that you darkened your hair, as it does it so naturally and evenly and quickly. You dampen a sponge with it and draw this through your hair, taking one strand at a time; by morning the gray hair disappears and after an other application or two your hair becomes beautifully dark. Prove that you can have dark, nat •ural-colored hair just as you want it. Be sure, though, to ask for a 50c bot tle of 'Sulpho Sage, the kind that everyone uses, at your druggist’s. W. W. ALBERS P. P. P. P. P. stands for jrlss, Precious, Perfect Poole Pianos For Sale by C. H. INGRAHAM. Jeweler (&r. 3£e n ry S. Wahl Office I 411 Sturgeon Eddp Road Residence ( Wausau, Wis. Telephone No. 3397 Dr. C. E.Geisse Osteopathic Physician Office hours— 9 to 12 a. m., 2tosp. m. or by Appointment Phone 3632 Rohde Bldg., 521 Third Dr. H. F. Delmore DENTIST Telephone 3379 No. 6, Livingston Building THE “BEST FRIEND” OF DRINK OR DRUG USERS Every high-class man or woman who “stimulates” by using drink or drugs should spend a few days taking the Neal treatment in the privacy of the home or at any Neal Institute. Money paid re funded unless you say it is your “best friend” at end of treatment. For full information call or ad dress the head Neal Institute, 308 Scott Street, Wausau, Wisconsin. DANCING CORNELIA E. McCROSSEN All of the Latest Dances Children’s and Adult Classes Fox Trot One-Step Billie Binke Waltz Opera Tango Double Broadway PHONE 3658 PIANO TUNING NOVEMBER and DECEMBER Are two of the best months for piano tuning that will last. Telephone your order to C.F. WOODWARD THE PIANO TUNER PHONE 1647 uath on Ccuntii of Wausau, Wisconsin CAPITAL $100,000,00 SURPLUS $50,000,00 The facilities of this bank are unsurpassed for handling promptly, carefully and safely all of your banking busi ness. Marathon County Bank Wai.tsr Auuiandir, President Chas. W. Hahgehl Vi „ . R. F. Wilson , \ iee-1 residents H. C. Bkkgek, Cashier GHIGHESTbh SPILLS N DIAMOND BRAND ' INDIES I -r Aak yam r Dnnlri for CHT-CHKS TER S A DIAMOND BRAND PILLS in Red and /A Cold metallic boxes, sealed witu Blue\o> Ribbon. Till Jo other. Ky rf j •mr\/ DnnUl ul ask far Cltl-OHES-Ti.il S V .DIAMOND BRAND P 11.1.5. for tw<-nty-sv Rear* regarded a* Best, S.Ttest. A’wavs Reliable. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS lgSS> EVERYWHERE Nested Palrao Table is transform weak, broken-down, nerv ous wrecks into magnificent types of physical perfection. Thev restore the nerves and kidneys to their normal conditions and make vou look and feel years younger. Guaranteed. 50 cents. Book Free. The S. R. Feil Cos., Cleveland, O. for sals bj W W. Aibsrs. druggist SHORT ITEMS. A case of small'pox is reported in Minocqua. The county board convenes in this city tomorrow. Jan. 12. Miss Nina Kickbusch, who has been quite ill for several days, is now convalescing. Train loads of hardwood logs are arriving almost daily in this city over the North Western road for the differ ent mills here. The large saw mill of the Crocker ciiair Cos. lias been put in operation with a full force and will continue to run for the next six months. The Wausau Iron Works have a crew of workmen at work at Nekoosa, erecting anew bridge across the Wisconsin river at that point. Miss Blanche Armstrong, Special Magazine Representative. Subscrip tions taken for all magazines at low est clubbing rates. 516 McClellan St. Phone 1671. n‘24-tf The weather has been intersely cold for a week past and the ice and coal men have resumed their cheerful looks. The ice crop will be good, which will make us all smile next July. Kentucky Best Pure Sorghum Molasses, 6 gal. buckets per crate, $4.00 per crate, freight prepaid. Special prices on large quantities. Write for sample. S. Rosenblatt, Hawesville, Ky. advJllwT The Chicago and Northwestern road has sold a big tract of timber at Crandon to the Flanner-Steger Lum ber Cos., of Blackwell. The contract contains 5,864 acres. The purchase price was $123,000. The jurors who have been attending circuit court were excused Thursday morning from further attendance and each immediately left for his respect ive fireside, liable, however, to be recalled for a session next month. Mrs. J. C. Smith has been seriously ill for several days, but is much im proved, having been able to sit up and take nourishment. Mr. Smith has been home from Milwaukee since before Christmas with her to assist in caring for her. The cold wave flag was run up on Wednesday morning and from then until night it grew cold until Thurs day morning, the temperature was down in the zeros. The cold spell lasted until Saturday and that day was one of the finest of winter. The funeral of Dennis Donohue was held at St. James’ church on Wednesday morning, Rev. Fr. J. J. Brennan officiating. It was attended by many old friends of deceased. The pall bearers were J. Leahy, James Barden. Albert Johnson, David Glea son, Geo. Worden and James Worden. The sickness known as the “grip” was never so prevalent as at the present. There is, perhaps, not a home in Wausau hut what lias been more or les" - afflicted and some have been very serious cases. Many cases would have been much lighter had a physician been called in the early stages. The sidewalks of our city have been almost impassable the past week and our citizens have taken to the middle of the street. It seems as if this might be remedied. In most cities hot sand and ashes have been put on. Much sand has been sprin kld on here, but this in cold weather is absolutely no good. If the condi tion keeps up our authorities should find some way to mitigate this dangerous condition and get busy. Notice is Hereby Given, That the corporate name of the Wausau Street Railroad company was changed by amendment to the Articles of In corporation, adopted at a lega'ly called stockholders’ meeting of the corporation, held in the city of Wau sau at the offices of the company on the 18th day of December, 1915; that such amendment provided that the name of the corporation should be Wisconsin Valley Electric Cos. d2B-3t M. C. Ewing, Secretary. ANTI-SALOON TALKS. Last Sunday, speakers from the State Anti-Saloon League occupied the pulpits of some of the churches, viz.: At the First Presbyterian church at 10:30 o’clock a. m., Rev. J. S. Lean, I). D.; at the First M. E. church, at 10:30 o'clock a. m., Rev. J. C. Bartholf: at the First Universalist church at 10:30 o'clock a. m., J. J. McDonald of Milwaukee; at the First Baptist church at 7:30 o’clock p. m., Rev. J. S. Lean. Subscriptions for carrying on the anti-saloon work in Wisconsin were taken up and the whole amounted to nearly $500.00. MESSAGE OF JOY TO CATARRH SUFFERERS Hyomei Guaranteed by W W. Albars to Relieve or Money Refunded The popularity and increase in sales of Hyomei here in Wausau are unique in the annals of medicine. Such as tonishing successes have been made by this remarkable remedy that the proprietors have authorized W. W. Albers, to sell every package of Hyomei under an absolute guarantee that it will knock out catarrh for good. If it does not, the purchaser can have his money refunded by W. W. Albers. Hyomei is no ordinary remedy. It is pronounced the only method o f treatment that sends by direct inhala tion to the most remote part of the air passages, a balsamic air that des troys all catarrhal germs in the breathing organs, enriches and purties the biood with additional ozone, and gives permanent and complete relief from catarrh. The complete Hyomei outfit is inex pensive and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket, a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hyomei. The inhaler lasts a life time, and if one bottle does not cure, an extra bottle can be obtained for a trifling sum. It is more economical than any remedy advertised for the cure of catarrh, and is the only treat ment known to us tnat follows nature in her methods of treating diseases of tha respiratory orgaas. Tmelers Guide, CHICAGO A NORTHWESTERN RAILWAY Arrive Leave Wausau Wausau 2:05a.m.l Appleton ■ 2:lsam. 3:15 a.m.! Oshkosh. 1 7:05 am. 12:2.'? p.m. }■ Fond du Lac. j 12:10p.m. 2:39p.m.; Milwaukee. i 5:20p m. 9:43p.m. j Chicago 111 :15pm. i Aiitiuo 1 10:05 a-m --3:15a.m. > Rhinelander \ 11:15p.m 2:39 p.m. l Hurley ( i Rhinelander 1 7:45p. m. 9:05 a. m. ( Antitfo I 7:20p.m r Antijro -112:10p.m. 2:15 a.m.') Marshfield. 2:05 a.m. 10:05a.m. v St. Paul 9:05a.m. 4:15p.m. ’ Minneapolis '2:39 p.m. 10:551p.m.j Duluth and west l 9:43ip.m. Parlor car on train 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 Cnited States, Canada and Mexico. D. McNaughton. Agent. C. M. A ST. PAUL RAILWAY. Pass, train north 7:00 a. m. Pass, train north 8:30 p- m- Pass, train south .... 10:30 a. m. Pass, train south 7:50 p. m. Close connections are made with 10:30 a. m. train for all points in Southern Wisconsin and Northern Illinois. Tlcketson sale and baggage checked to des tination A. I. Lathrop. Agent. First publication Dec. 7, last Jan- 11. Summons. State of Wisconsin: Circuit Court—Marathon County. Fanny Kohl, Plaintiff. vs. George P. Kohl. Defendant. The State of Wisconsin to the said defendant; You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the court afore said. and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, of which a copy is herewith served upon you. Regner & Ringle. Attorneys for Plaintiff. Post office Address: Wausau, Marathon Coun ty. Wisconsin. Take notice that the complaint in the above entitled action, was filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit Court for Marathon Coun ty. on the 4th day of December, 1915. Regner & Ringle. Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication Dec. 28, last Feb. 1. Summons State of Wisconsin—ln Circuit Court: Mara thon County. The Marathon Land Company, Plaintiff. vs. Charles R. Beckwith, the unknown wife if any. of said defendant, if he be married, the unknown heirs and devisees of any of said de fendants who may be dead, and the unknown owners of the West half of the Southwest quarter of Section Thirty-three (33), in Township Twenty - seven (27) North. Range Eight (8) East, Marathon County, Wisconsin. Defendants. The State of Wisconsin, to the said defend ants, and each of them : You are hereby summoned to ”.ppear within twenty days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, land defend the above entitled action in the court afore said; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you ac cording to the demand of the complaint, of which a copy is herewith served upon you. Brown, Pradt & Genrich. Plaintiff’s Attorneys. P. O. Address: Wausau. Marathon County. Wisconsin. Note: Take notice that this action affects the title to the premises described in the above caption and that the duly verified complaint is on tile in the office of the clerk of said eourt. First publication Dec. 28, last Feb. 8. Summons. State of Wisconsin—ln Circuit Court: Mara thon County. Jacob Matti, vs. Plaintiff Julia 11. Wheeler, Harrison Griswold, and all persons WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Defendants The State of Wisconsin, to the said Defend ants : You are hereby summoned to appear w'thin twenty days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the court aforesaid: and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, of which a copy is herewith served upon you. And said defendants take notice that this action is brought to establish in the plain tiff the title to the following described real estate situated in the County of MaiLthon and State of Wisconsin, described as folio - - s : The North half of the South East quarter. Section Twenty-four (24). in Township Twenty-six (26), North of Range Four (4) East. E. C. Pors. Plaintiff’s Attorney. P. O. Address:—Marshfield, Wood county. Wisconsin. Take notice that the Summons and verified Complaint in the above entitled action was filed in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Marathon County on the 20th day or December. 1915. E. C. Pors, Plaintiff’s Attorney. First publication Dec. 28, last Jan. 8. Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mar athon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby (riven that at the special 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, on the third Tues day. (beintr the 18th day) of January. A. D. 1916, at ten o’clock a. m . the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of John Ringle, Jr., of the city of Wausau, for the appointment of John Ringle. Jr., of the city of Wausau, as adminis trator of the estate of John Kruse, late of the city of Wausau, in said county, deceased. Dated December 27. 1915. By order of the court, F. E. Bump, County Judge. Regner & Ringle. Attorneys. First publication Dec. 14. last Jan. 18. Sheriff’s Sale State of Wisconsin—Circuit Court: Marathon County. Frank Gusman, Plaintiff. VS: Katie Suchomski, Frances Suchomski, Nick Suchomski, Barbara Suchomski. Steven Suchomski. Heirs of Apolonia Suchomski, and Johann Suchomski, Defendants. By virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sale duly made in the above entitled action, on the 30th day of November 1914. duly dock eted in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit. Court of Marathon County, on the 4th day of December, 1914. and duly recorded on page 399 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 Mar at lion County, will sell at the west front door of the court house in the city of Wausau, in said Marathon County, on the 15th day of February, 1916. at ten o’clock in the forenoon of that day, the real estate and mortgage premises directed by said judgment to be sold and therein described as follows. All that part of the West half of the North west quarter of the Northwest quarter of Sec tion Twenty-three (23) in Township Twenty eight (28) North of Range Eight (8) East, lying south of the right of way of the Milwau kee Lake Shore now the Chicago North Western Railway Company. Hated this 11th day of December. 1915. F. E. Schroeder. Sheriff of Marathon County. Kegkfr & Ringle. Attorneys for Plaintiff. First publication Jan. 4. last Jan. 18. Probate Notice State of Wisconsin. County Court, Marathon County—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at the 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 comity, on the Ist Tuesday, (being the Ist day) of February. A. D. 1916. at 10 o'clock a. m.. the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of Emtlie Buth to admit to probate the last will and testament of Carl Buth. late of the d.ty of Wausau, in said coun ty. deceased, ana for letters testamentary thereon to be issued to Emilie Buth at Wau sau. Wisconsin. Also notice is hereby given that the time up to and including the first Tuesday of May. 1916, is hereby allowed to creditors of Carl Buth. deceased, to present their claims for examination and allowance. Also that all claims so presented vrill be exam ined and adjusted at a special term of sand county court to be held at the court house in the city of Wausau, on the second Tuesday of Slay. 1916. Dated December 30. 1915. By order of the Court, Henry Miller. F. E. Bump. County Judge OH SAY MOTHER Do you fully realize what a constant care it is to keep baby sweet and clean? How hard it is to keep the skin from chaffing and irritation. Barker's Ar ticeptic used in the bath will cure all chaffing irritation and soreness. It will relieve that intense burning and itching sensation almost instantly. Try it, mother, and b convinced. For tale by W a. Taege, druggist. WAUSAU PILOT. First publication Jan. 4, last Jan. 18. Notice of Final Settlement and As signment. State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mar athon County.—ln Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a special term of the county court to be held in and for said county, at the court house in the city of Wau sau, in said county, on the second Tuesday, (beinir the Bth day) of February. A. D. 1916. at 10 o’clock a. m.. the following matters will be heard and considered: The application of Mary Damrow. executrix of the will of Albert Damrow. late of the vil lage of Schofield, In said county, deceased, for the examination and allowance of her final account of her administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of Albert Damrow. deceased to such other per sons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated December 29, 1915. By order of the court. Henry Miller F. E. Bump, County Judge. First publication Dec. 28, last Jan. 8. Probate Notice. State of Wisconsin. County Court for Mar athon County -In Probate. Notice Is hereby given that at the special 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, on the third Tuesday, (being the 18th day) of January. A. D. 1916. at ten o’clock a. m.. the following matter will be heard and considered: The application of August Mattis, of the town of Spencer, for the appointment of August Mattis. of the town of Spencer, as administrator of the estate of John Mattis. late of the town of Spencer, in said county, deceased- Dated December 27, 1915. By order of the court. F. E. Bump, County Judge. Regner & Ringle, Attorneys. First Insertion Dec. 21, last Jan. 4. 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 Special 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, on the 3rd Tues day, (being the 18th day) of January. A. D. 1916. at 10 o’clock a. m.. the following matters will be heard and considered: The application of Wilhelmine Neitzel, Exe cutrix of the Will of August Neitzel late of the Town of Stettin In said county, deceased, for the examination and allowance of her final account of her administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of August Neitzel, deceased, to such other per sons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated December 16, 1915. By order of the Court, P. £. Bump, Henry Miller. County Judge. First publication Dec. 21, last Jan. 25. Summons. State of Wisconsin, Circuit Court, Marathon County. Ada Murphy, Plaintiff. / vs. • > John Murphy, Defendant.) The State of Wisconsin to the said defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear within twenty days after service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service, and defend the above entitled action in the court afore said; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accord ing to the demand of the complaint, of which a copy is herewith served upon you. Martin, Martin & Martin, Plaintiff’s Attorneys. P. O. Address, Greeji Bay, Brown Cos., Wis consin. RHEUMATISM Is probably the most common and the most discouraging ailment known to mankind, from the fact that, being pro duced by seeming trivial imprudences, it gradually obtains so firm a hold upon the system as to try the patience of a saint aqd to defy all ordinary methods of treatment. The average person does not understand that rheumatism results directly from impurities—such as excess of uric acids, etc., in the blood. Usually the persons whose occupations force them to lead inactive or indoor lives, or are so situated that the obtaining of proper exercise or proper food is extremely difficult are the victims of rheumatism. Under such conditions the liver and kid neys become clogged with waste mate rials and lack the strength to throw off the waste, that becomes poison and is communicated to the blood, and through the blood to the other organs and mus cles. In order to conquer the disease, it is necessary not only to alleviate the pain for the time being, but treatment that will drive the poisons from the blood and restore the organs to a health ful condition so that they will perform their functions naturally, must be used. The symptoms of rheumatism are: dull aching of joints or muscles—in creasing to severe, and sometimes al most unbearable pains—usually follow ing exposure to cold and wet; muscles tender upon pressure—this being more frequently observed in those muscles of shoulders, chest, forehead and temples; pains and “aches” in loin and back (sometimes called lumbago)—also, fre quently the condition known as “wry neck” —where the head and neck are twisted and cannot be brought back into a natural position. Sharp, shooting pains are experienced in the afflicted members, whenever a sudden and in cautious movement is indulged in. As the disease progresses, feverishness, swelling, stiffness and sub-acute pains may become more and more pro nounced. Complications of eye, throat and other organs follow logically, and in many neglected cases the rheumatic trouble goes to the heart—causing organic disease and ultimate death of the sufferer. The natural progress of the disease depends largely upon hab its of eating and condition of bowels, and it is hastened by any undue ex posure to the elements. The above symptoms can all be avoided and cured if you will only secure the proper treat ment, which can be obtained by con sulting Dr. L. M. t wonderful suc cess in treating and curing DR. TURBIN Who has visited AVausau for the past twenty-one years, will again be in ffaosau, Friday, Jan. 14th, 1916 At the HOTEL BELLIS Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. and every fourth Friday tnereafter. FREE CONSULTATION Are You Nervous, Tired Mornings. Lifeless. Easily Fatigued. Excitable. Irritable. Hollow Eyed. Haggard Looking. Sleepless Y Have you Poor Memory. Weak Back. Sunken Cheeks. Foul Breath Heart Hutter. Catarrh, Lack of Energy and Confidence or A in bit Jon ? Urinary, kidney and Bladder Diseases Obstructions, Strainings. Pain in Back, Blad der and Kidneys. Enlarged Gland, Nervous ness. Swelling. # Blood Poison, Skin Diseases, Mouth, or Throat, Swollen Glands. Mucous Patches, Copper-Colored Spots. Rheumatic i ains. Eczema. Itcinnsr, Burning, Nervousness. LADIES u yo , u are suffering from persistent r? rHeadache. Painful Menstruation. I terine DisplacemnU. Pains in the Back, and feel as it were impossible for you to endure your trubles and sUtl be obliged to attend to your household and social obligations. I will cure you if your case is curable. I treat Dropsy, Rheumatism, Fistula. Piles, Constipation and all Rectai Diseases Stomach Troubles, Indigestion. Bad Taste or Breath. Sick Head ache. Bloated. Heartburn. Sour Belching, >pittui£ Ip, Catarrh. Gas. Gnawing', Nervous ness. heart Weakness, Ei3SS&. st^M”s Heart, side or Shoulder Blade. Short Breath. Weak, sinking. Cold or Dizzy Spells. Swelling, Kneumatisin. Throbbing in Excitement or Exertion. Catarrh Hawking. Spitting. Nose Running WIOIIH, Qr VeUotrish Malter or stopped Up. Sneezing, Dull Headache, Cough ing. Deafness. Pains in Kidneys, Bladder. Lungs, stomach or Bowels may be Catarrh. UOCTOR TURBIN * Schiller Building CHICAGO M. M. CORNER. (Edited by Aunt Hannah.) Who is more of a shut-in than the mother of little children, who are at home, and in the house these days ? If in the country, in addition to the house-work, there may be men-folks to cook for, the team always at work, and no near neighbors. Blessed is the one who lias learned to simplify her work, adapting herself tc circum stances and how to change the “daily grind,” into a merry-go-round! Happy the little ones who are privileged to live and grow in such a home ! One of these, who says she has “nothing but wishes” to send, enclos es this little verse: (apparently cut from a magazine cover.) She should know that heartfelt wishes are real, and we had almost said, always come true. This little verse has a nugget of gold hidden in it. Not only one, but many. All of them free to all who will dig for them. THE SCRIBE’S PRAYER. “Help me to keep the Vision undeflled ! Of Love. And tautrht by Love, to Lnderstand. Like as a father, with a backward child. Guide thou the Pen, within my faltnnif hand. Who can compute the treasures of the mind ? We have been reading “The World I Live In” by Helen Keller. Her name or> the tly leaf states that she herself presents the book to Edith Myers, on Christmas day, 1912. Our members all remember Edith, who was the first shut-in to claim our attention. A year ago or more she passed to the world beyond, and her sister sends the book in loving remembrance. Jan 3 was a cold morning, with an icy crust on the snow. Those who could look toward the rising sun, over a level space might have seen a rare display of Dame Nature’s diamonds. But there are “eyes that see not.” One educated woman had never ob served that these gems emit any but a white light. Helen would have seen a perfect rainbow on the snow. We may sometimes see it on the grass if we look closely. She would have felt sorry that with each step her foot must crush thousands of gem crystals of wondrous form and beauty, no two alike; ever have been, or ever will be found. The blind and deaf have at least one advantage, they miss some dis tressing sights,—and sounds. Here is a large boy, being drawn by a not very large dog. No harm, if he isn’t kept going too long, but we know there is apt to be lack of judg ment, and the boys may be cruel thru thoughtlessness. Here is a short haired dog waiting at the door, a fore foot lifted in a way that looks as tho he may have been stepping on “salt ed” steps. Here is an unblanketed horse; a glance shows that the check rein is too short also the bridle, drawing up the bit, lacerating the corners of the mouth; he is working the bit too, which looks as tho it had been frosty this morning,—maybe on previous mornings. A thotless housekeeper has detained the driver, but here he comes; the horse gets an ugly jerk by way of a starter, when he is only too glad to go. We see that lie goes lame. What if he has corns, and never a chance to take off his shoes ? But we will shut our eyes now and look at a pleasanter picture: One of the coldest days last winter, three little boys, not too warmly dressed, about 8 or 10 years of age, and a dog, stopped in front of a store. Two of them were drawing the express wagon which held a younger boy. One of the boys entered the store. The other carefully watched the wagon also the little roly-poly dog, which he held by a chain. The little dog showed plainly that he considered himself the caretaker for the bunch. Ignoring his chain, he sprang toward an auto that was nearing the curb, barking savagely. Then a woman spoke: “What a cute little dog!—and how fat he is- What do you feed him? “Bread and milk.” “Where does he sleep these cold nights?” “In my bed.” “Lucky dog indeed! I hope he doesn’t ever have to pull the wagon!” “No indeed, responded the boy! He rides when he wants to.” Then came the other boy, and they all moved on. We know of a woman who would send her young son here to the high school if she knew of some good moth erly woman who would board him. If you know of such a one please ad dress Aunt Hannah. Always, names are in order, of those who would take a school-girl to board. Our Friday meeting was not as well attended as would have been if there were not so much sickness. Mrs. Herman Marquardt, Mrs. Matthews, Henrietta street, Mrs. Mulligan and children of Mrs. Hermanson are on the list. Mr. Chas. Mathey’s house is quarantined on account of measles. We meet with Mrs. Elizabeth Le blanc, north Seventh street, on Fri day, Jan. 21st. WHY DO YOU SUFFER PAINFUL TWINGES ? No person alive is stronger than his kidneys. The minute the kidneys be come disarranged or clogged with waste the warning is flashed through out the entire system. The greater part of all sickness today can be avoi ded by keeping the kidneys working properly. W. W. Albers, the popular druggist, can tell you of many well-known peo ple in this city whom Solvax, the standard kidney remedy, has restored to health, often after they have tried many other methods of treatment with little or no benefit. This remarkable kidney remedy is guaranteed to help the worst case of lazy, sluggish, or clogged-up kidneys, or the general headachy, kinkybacked, played-out condition that afflicts peo ple suffering with kidney trouble. Solvax does not simply relieve. It aims to cure. other kidney remedy has made such a large percentage of cures as Solvax. It is so large that W. W. Albers is perfectly safe in standing ready to refund the price to any custo mer w hom it does not help. PERSONALS. _J. W. Scott of the Athens Record came to the city on Saturday. Frank Lueschen of the Marathon Times was in the city on Saturday. —L. W. Thayer of Ripon, came up Saturday and spent the day in the city. _c. E. Turner is in Chicago on business pertaining to the box busi ness. —Miss Rose Johnson returned to Wausau from her home in lola, Wisq on Friday. —A. H. Stange of Merrill, was in the city Saturday, in attendance at the funeral of C. S. Curtis. _Leander Swope went to Antigo Thursday to visit his daughter, Mr°. E. J. Goodrick for a few weeks. —Ralph E. Smith and William Wendt of Merrill, were business and social visitors in Wausau Thursday. _W. R. Johnson, the electrician, was in Rhinelander and Chicago dur ing the past week on business mat ters. George Foster of Mellen was in the city Sunday, visiting his sisters, Mrs. Henry E. Smith and Mrs. Russell Lyon. Edward Nicolls and daughter, Miss Mary, attended the funeral of Miss Josephine Bradford in Appleton, Thursday. —E. A. Dunne departed Thursday for Port Huron, Mich., to visit his brother, C. W. Dunne, who lives in that city. —Mr. and Mrs. Richard Powers of Mosinee arrived in the city Saturday evening and spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dessert. Herbert Warner came down from Plum lake and spent Wednesday in the city. Mr. Warner is interested in building a church in his town and was raising money. —Mrs. John Manser left for St. Cloud, Fla., Tuesday, to spend the winter for the recuperation of her health, her husband accompanying her as far as Chicago. —Mrs. L. R. Spencer of Middletown, Ohio, arrived in Wausau Saturday morning for a short visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Heine mann. She returned home last eve ning. —Miss Anna Kuhlman, the efficient money order clerk at the post office, will depart the first of February for a visit, to different points in California. Miss Kuhlman’s vacation will extend over several weeks. —Friends welcomed home, Friday, the arrival of C. T. Edgar from Essex Falls, N. J., where he had been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edgar, during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays. —Rev. Richard Evans returned home Wednesday from a trip to Appleton, where he was called to con duct special religious services for Rev. W. D. Marsh and where he addressed the students of Lawrence college. The stockholders of Wausau’s new packing plant, living in the neighbor hood towns of Colby, held a meeting in the latter place Wednesday and or ganized a shipping association and have commenced shipping here. A number of lynx and wolf scalps have been brought into the city dur ing the past two weeks, on which bounty lias been dispensed by County Clerk Cook according to the Wiscon sin statutes. DANCING STUDIO. Miss McCrossen announces the opening of her dancing studio at 510$ Third street, Suite No. 3. Private and class work. Phone 3633. adv d2l-tf NOTICE. The annual meeting of the Mara thon County Agricultural society will be held in the Supervisors’ room in the Court House on Thursday, January the 13, 1916, at 7:30 p. m., for the election of a Board of Directors and such other business as may come before the meeting. Dated Dec. 30, 1915. j 4-2 w J. D. Christie, Sec’y. GOOD TREATMENT FOR OILY SCALPS Makes Hair Fluffy and Easy to Manage. Men and women whose hair and scalp are excessively oily have hard work keeping their hair in good con dition. Dust and dirt mingle with dandruff, cling to the oily hair and scalp, clog the scalp pores, stifle the hair roots and make proper cleansing almost impossible. Parisian Sage is an ideal treatment for this trouble. Wash the hair not oftner than once a week, but use Parisian Saee twice daily, pouring a little into the parted hair and rubbing briskly light into the scalp with the finger tips. It drives out dandruff, dissolves the excess oil and stimulates the scalp into healthy normal action. This simple remedy can be obtained from W. W. Albers o- any drug coun ter and is very inex(pensive. WANTS SSff-THESE BIG RETURN BRINGER 9 cost you only Five Cents per line. Five or Seven words make a line- Wanted—A woman, with the best of references, would like work by the hour, cleaning silver, cut glass or simi lar work. Enquire at this office. tf Wood Wanted— Would like to ex change Dental work for dry 4 foot or 2 foot hard wood. Dr. F. L. Joslin. room 2 and 3 Livingston building, Wausau, Wis. 026-tf. For Rent— Offices and desk room over the 5 and 10 cent store. Inquire of N. Heinemann. ol2tf- For Rent— A good ten room resi dence, with all modern improvements. Located on Warren street. Inquire of N. Heinemann. 012-tf For Sale —Well established meat market for sale. Lots of cattle for butchering in country. For further particulars, write to H. Kenman, Independent Meat Market, Belling ham, WJs. j4-4t GOOD PUDGE AND THE OLD-TIMERS UNDERSTAND.^ THAT'S RIQKT. BUT THEY WILL r JUDGE LOTS OFMEnI THAT A LITTLE CHEW AND VERT LITTLE TAKE ABIG CHEW OF GRINDING GIVES FULL TOBACCO W-B CUT AND GRIND SATISFACTION, j j ii I on ixgust as the* \ ( Uy doordinary j —vJX ' rjm tobacco-- <l M /tm THEN THEY SAY / /[K X, [V..C , A SMALL chew of W-B CUT Chewing —the Real Tobacco Chew, new cut, long shred—satisfies, because it is rich tobacco. Just tor that reason you need only a small chew; that’s whv it lasts so much lomjer than the ordinary kind. Many men are now free from the bij* buh;v wild of ordinary tobacco. “Notics how the salt brings oiit ll.e rich toh.icco s.xste” Made hr WEYWAN-BS’.IITON COMPANY, 5 6 .W-i. New York City CHECK THAT COUGH! Coughs often go from bad to worse. No matter how slight it may seem, it is folly to (jj> s neglect it. Keep a bottle of I oitm aw Compound Cherry Bark Cough Syrup j in the house. Commence taking it when the • first symptoms come. A scientific remedy because carefully prepared from known curative agents. The best remedy because it cures safely, thoroughly and permanently. We refund the money if it doesn’t. Prices 25c, 50c and SI.OO a bottle. BERT SCHWANBERG PHONE 1105 Druggist and Optician OPP. COURT HOUSE REXALL STORE Is Still “On Deck” ■v At .f J 1 And Furnishing P r CHOICE ICE CREAM A OF ALL FLAVORS It is “the store that unites quality with service.” All orders promptly filled and satisfaction guaranteed. Phones 1365—1765—3386 ["OR 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-room 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, Wisconsir pay sick and accident vv benefits together with life rt f | insurance. Send your name, ll ll \ address and date of birth. We U ► ’ will submit a proposition by |L§ gl W | ■ * ** mail. |W W 1 a | B. F. WILSON, Pres. 1 |*l I M a nav J efJfo E m,-offI NT A^ OMERY INSURANCE COMPANY Manager Home Office Agency. “-WAUSAU WJSfON*l* ORDER YOUR MONUMENTS AND MARKERS from me. My work and material are the best. Prices and Terms Sarisfactory W.W. Walker Opposite Cemetery Entrance WAUSAU WISCONSIN K ;-.oj Mmßa .