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Stable for rent. Inquire at The Times office. Wanted—A. light second hand single wagon. A. Rock. sTad, Mrs. John Walsh has returned from a visit to Saxon, C. W. Layton spent Sunday in Chicago, visiting with friends. The steamer Ferdinand Schlet # singer loaded at the elevator yester day. The Commercial Club held a meet ing in i.heir new quarters Tuesday night Mrs. D. M. Mu xey is home from her visit to French Lick Springs, and C hicago. Bran new standard make sewing machine at a genuine bargain. In quire at The Times office. Melven Ramstad of Rhinelander, visited in the city during the week with relatives and friends. See the unnv country boy in *‘My Fr ends From Arkansaw” at the Op era House, Tuesday nignt, May 9 1 h• Arthur Anderson gave an Easter Monday dance at the Opera House Monday night. There was a large attendance. ‘‘Saleslady for Dry Goods wanted. State experience and wages expect ed. Reserences required. Address Iv. care this office. ” Mrs. Chris. Pederson returned from Chieago Monday n orning, were ’ e has been visiting her daughter ivlab *1 for the past two weeks. Wanted —Competent girl for gen eral housework, Mrs. C. N. Whiting, Ashlnnd, Wis. Attorney A. W. McLeod is in Madison, making an effort to get the obi creating the new towns through the senate, where it seems to be tied up. Friday is arbor and bird day. Governor LaFoilettee has issued the customary proclamation, and schools andciiizens willobesrve the occasion to some extent in planting tree and shrubbery. District Attorney Charles F. Morris was here from Iron River Nonday attending the meeting of the county board. From here he went to Madison. The street sprinkler is again and Ting busiress on the streets, with O. J. Olson occupying his accustomed seat on the top. The dry weather has caused a good deal of dust. John A. Packard left Tuesday morning tor Sand Point, Idaho, where he expects to work this sum mer. John has been employed at the dynamite plant for some time, but recently gave up his position. Tim Kearns, the newly appointed policeman, will begin wearing the star of authority next Monday. Af ter that date law breakers will llke -1 v give Washburn a very wide go by. Deputy United States Marshal ' T illiam Pugh as in the city last T\y and took charge of Harley Johnson, who was under arrest for the robbery o? the Cable post office. Easter services' were held in all of the churches Sunday, and the con gregations were exceptionally large. Many of the churches had very de lightful arrangements for the ser vice, Mrs. Oldenberg and daughter Margaret, of Carlton, Minnesota, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. La me son for a few days during the week. Mrs. Oldenberg and Dr. Larapson are brother and sister. The members of the T. O. O. F. and the Forester Rebekah lodges are requested to meet at the lodge room Sunday, April 30th, at 10 a. m. for the purpose of attending Divine services at the Congregational church. The funeral of Frank M. Sweet, held last Friday afternoon, was largely attended. The sermon was preached by the Reverend J. E. Cooke, while the Knights of Pythias attended in a body and escorted the remains to the grave. The red lights to be used for police purposes have been placed at both sides of Bayfield street on Washing ton avenue. So any time an officer }.. , v ’ \t night all or? needs to do i to call the Bayfield County Telephone company “central, 1 ' and get a cop quick, D?s Moines. Ia , Leader and Reg ister says “My Friends From Arkan drew a good house and pleased people, 11 You can be pleased by it at the Opera House, Tuesday night, May 9th. iJuv your dry goods at* Paulson’s affiere you have all new goods to select from in the latest styles, A good wholesome play instructs ai web as entertains, “My Friends From Arkansaw” is such a play. It will be at the Opera House, Tues day night May 9th. Mrs. D. ’Mcßeath and sons John and Ewing left Tuesday morning for their new home in Spokane, Wash ington. Mr. Mcßeath went a few weeks ago, and the family expect to remain permantly in Spokano= The Mcßeath family were among the earliest settlers in Washburn, and have been prominent people here for a great many years. Mr. Mcßeath formerly conducted a livery stable here, and for two years was chair man of the town. But Dan. was not satisfied until he got back again into wo ds work, and he has wfollowed this for the last two or three ycara, and 1 expects £o continue in this line of work in the west. The best wishes of the many friends of the family will go with them to their new horn?. Why pay $3.50 for a ladies shoe when you can get a better one, at Ptuison’s in a Queen Quality at $3.00. The high school division contest for the Lake Superior district was held in the Opera House in this city last Fi ida}' nigh*. The high school of this city and the two high schools of Superior were the only ones to compete. There was not a very large attendance, but the quality of the declamations and orations was exceptionally good, while the music al part, of the program was especial ly commended. The mandolin club gave some good numbers, while. Miss Evans, of the Washburn high school force, sang two solos and Miss | Stickle of Bayfield rendered a violin solo. Botti of those were well ap preciated by the audience. Henry Christie of Superior won first place ia oration'", his subject being “the Throne of the Czar ” Harry Chris topher, of Superior, won second place. Miss Monica Rockstad, of Washburn, excelled in the recita tions, and won first place with tout delightful old selection, ‘‘the Polish Boy.” “Pauline Pavlovna” was the title of the selection by Miss Hallie Sutherland, of Superior, and won her second place. Mr. Christie and Miss Rockstad are entitled to participate in the state contest, through the success of their work in the divisiou contest. We have several hundred cull ce dar posts for sale at 4c each. These posts are first class for farm fencing Also a lot of stove wood at 50c per load. Fowler j acobs Cos. Uncle Tom’s Cabin Cos., at the. Opera House, Beginning Wednesday, May 3rd. Thursday Night-Different Play. Big Band and Orchestra. ‘llfatch for the Street \ Washburn Opera House M. M. SWEET, Manager, Sepcial Engagement .of the ( Charlesworth Company Tuesday Night, May 2nd. MISS GRACE CHARLESWORTH, prime donna contralto and a Company of Artists In Recital Presenting a program embodying Operatic, Claasic and Modern Selections, by Celebrated Composers. The Musical Event of the Season. THE BOATS ARE HERE Ice Leaves the Bay and Boats are Running. NAVIGATION IS NOW OPEN. Mary Scott Starts Running Sunday.-Steam er Elphieke Reaches the Elevator on Monday, and Now Plenty of Boats are on the Bay The clear blue waters of Lake Su perior, with no ice *o retard the procession of steamers, is now with us. Navigation is open, and the springtime with all its gladdening influences is here. A ftug came through the ice as early as last Thursday, but it was not until Sun day that the steamer Mary Scott started running, and its welcome whistle was music to the ears of our people, who have been waiting for the boats to come. Between one and two o'clock Monday afternoon the steamer El pluck, came into port and tied up at the elevator, where she took on a cargo of grain, and started down the lakes. Following the Elphick other steamers began to appear in the bay, some of them go ing to Ashland. The Lueile will commence running next Sunday. The entire bay is now free from any thing like ice, and business along the shore front will be lively from this time on. Teachers’ Examinations At Bayfield, Lincoln High School April 3rd and 4th. At Iron River, Columbia High School April 6th and 7th. At Washburn, Court House, June 12th. 13th and 14th , Work will begin each day at 8:30 a. m. Applicants should bring pens, paper and ink will be provided. Jessie N. Smith, County Superintendent. The New Trade M ark Law. A copy of the New Law of Trade Marks will be sent free to anyone in terested in Trade Mark Protection, by C. A. Snow & Cos., opposite Patent Office, Washington. D. C. A strength tonic that brings rich, red blood. Makes you strong, healthy and That’s what Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea will do. 35 cents. Tea or tablets. Fox Bros. KNIGHT E3 I^OGK. SPECIALS FOR THE WEII AFTER EASTER. 4*Q QO No More, For the week after Easter Suits that are - PO.7J No Less worth from $lB to $25, and have been cn sale this week at $9.98. These suits will drop a dollar a week until sold—next week they will be $7.98, but the best wi ! ! probao y be sold at $8.98. Get first pick—the skirt alone is worth more than that .Double Fold Percales 2,500 yds. another case of that double fold percale that is worth 8c a yard. For this week, 5c the yai and. Ladies Wrappers Ladies’ Percale and Fleeced Wrappers — new line to select from. There will be a sav ing of 20 per cent on every dollar spent in wrapper stock during this week. 89c wrappers for 72c SI.OO wrapers 80c $1.25 wrappers for SI.OO $1.50 wrappers for SI.OO i Misses’and Chi.dren’s hats, a rew lot just re ceived —Buv your new hat here —all are being sold at Money Saving prices. Premium Tickets with every purchase of 25c or over. Your premiums you may select from any piece of China or Bric-a-Brac in the house. George TV. BSjz>etxHi xcigg, Knight Block. - - ssTsllerincl, Wis,, German Syrup We want to impress on our readers that Boscliee’s German Syrup is positively the only preparation on the market today that does relieve and cure consumption. It contains the specifiee. such as pure tar, ex tracts of gum, etc, etc., which have been so highly endorsed for the cure of coughs, colds and consumption by the great medical congresses. The consumptive, whether his disease is iu the throat or lungs, must have rest at night, and be free from the spasm of dry and racking cough in the morning. The diseased parts want rest, healing and soothing tseatment, and the patient needs fresh air, good food, etc, German Syrup will give free and easy ex pectoration in the mornijg with sppedy and permanent relief. Smal bottles 25 cents; regular size, con taining nearly four times as much, 75 cents. At Frost & Spiej. A Woman's Complexion. It is rank foolishness to attempt to remove sallowness or grea,sines> of the skin b.y the use of cosmetics, or “local” treatment, as advocated by the “beauty doctors.” The only safe and sure way that a woman can improve her complexion is l>3 r purify ing and enriching the blood, which cun only be accomplished by keeping the liver healthy and active. The liver is the seat of disease and blood pollution. Green’s August Flower acts "directly on the liver, cleanses and enriches the blosd, purifies the complexion. It also cures consti pation, biliousness, nervousness, and induces refreshing sleep. A single bottle of August Flower has been hnown to cure ihe most pronounced and distressing case of dyspepsia and digestion. New trial size bottle 25 cents; regular size 75 cents. At Frost & Spies. AN ENEMY OF DIRT s> Dirt will quickly vanish from any clothing or laundry brought to our place and will be delivered to you CLEAN. We have one of the best equiped steam laundries in Northern Wisconsin and can do your w T ork right. Tbe Steam NEW ENGLAND STONE. THE DAYLIGHT STORE. Do You Fish? BxsjfThv The Trout Season Opens BRISTOL' Apnnsth, lHHg nee< f to complete your assort of tackle. Split Bamboo Rods Two Joint Japanese Bamboo " Rods $4.50 to jilfdwafa Qompdny. 28,000 ACMES 28,000 In all Parts of Bayfield County- Owner, Not Agent- Easy Payment and Interest at 6 cent:- Cal) on or write, D. M. MAXCY, Washburn, Wis-. 28,000 ACRES 28,000 Lace and Tapestry Curtains.—House cleaning time is here We want your business. As an inducement, we will give for the balance of the week, a discount of 10 per cent on all lace and tapes try curtains. Only a Few Pairs Left of those Silk Plated Hose—that are actually worth 89c and $1 a pair. To clean np stock we are selling them at 500 the pair. School Rain Coats.. $1.39 and 1.89 for Misses’ School Rain Conts that are worth 2.50 and 3.35 Five Thousand yards of 18 inch Brown Crash, a good 7c value—while it lasts the price will be 4c a v'd for this week. F. Tetzner, Dealer in Fresh and Salt Meats, Fish and Game in Sea son. Always reliable. The Pioneer in the Business. We Can Satisfy Our Customers — That’s why we hold, their trade. ASHLAND, WISCONSIN..