Newspaper Page Text
Jietos oF Interest
< Local & Personal. -o : /Lbont the Qity. j Miss Pearl Conlin visited with relatives at Bayfield last week. Ernest Edwards and E. Fuller, of Ashland, visiled in the city. Dr. Patterson and wife, of Iron River, visited in the city Monday. Don’t forget the Pumpkin Pie social at the Maecabee Hall tonight. Ail of the jurors for the circuit court have retuined to their homes. Charles A. Russel, of Duluth, vis ited friends in the city during the week. Mrs. Jared Wclton in visiting friends and relatives at Park Falis this weeks, N. DeMars. of Bayfield, transacted business in the city the latter part of the week. A benefit dance will be given at the Union Hall on Saturday evening Octboer 28th. Mr. and Mrs. Engen, of Eau Claire, are visiting with their daughter. Mrs. H. P. Axelberg. Conductor Cosgrove of the locai freight shot a wolf near the Barks dale station on Tuesday. The large steamer Wells took a c argo of grain at the Washburn ele vator the first of the week. Mrs. Charles Johnson h and the mis fortune to fall from the porch at her home and sprained her ankle - Mr. Joe. Steele and family left yesterday for the west where they expect to make their future home. Mrs. Thackster Shaw, of Hemlock. Wis., and Mrs. J. K. Parish, of Ash land, visited in the city Saturday. R. O. Shoen pharmacist at Q. W. Frost’s store was called to his home at Mayville. this state, on Tuesday. Loveland & Preston have moved their office from the Starr building to the basement of the city clerk’s office. Undersheriff Severson has pur chased a residence on West Third street. He moved his family into it today. J. P. Granner, teacher of manual training returned from his home at Utica, N. Y., Sunday. His father died iast week. The M. E. Scandinavian ladies aid society held a bazar at the Central House Thursday and Friday even ings of last week. O. J. Olson, of this city is now at Oberon, N. D., where he is looking over reservation lands with a view to buying a farm. J. A. Imris, of Milwaukee, repre senting the Inlaid Type Foundry, transacted business in the city the first of the week: Mrs. J. T. Spears and sor. Dr. T. R, Spears, were called to Stanley last Saturday. Mrs. Spears’ daugh ter is very ill. Bring in your subscription to The Times. We will enter your sub scription for one year for $1.50 if paid before Januar}' Ist. Assemblyman L. N, Clausen who has been ill during the last week or ten days, is on the mend, Mr. Clau sen has been a very sick man. Miss Helen McKernan will appear at the Opera House Wednesday night Nov. Ist. Tickets for sale at Sweet’s West End Pharmacy. A basket social will be given by the boys of the High School at the Masonic Hall on Friday evening. Proceeds to go to the basket ball team. Miss Florence Cardwell, formeriy of this city but now of Minneapolis, and Mr, Harry Walters, of Ashland, were married at the latter place last Thursday. J ust Received . . . A New Shipment of Beautiful Leather Couches, Reception Chairs and Sideboards. Come in and look them over. FINSTAD & AUNE. Leila M. Weeks, electro-skin sur geon. will be at Commercial House, Ashland, next week. Hair moles, etc. removed. Reference from,lead ing physicians. M. M. Sweet, Manager of the Opera House has a number of good plays booked for November, among them are Dora Thorn, Down by the Sea and Ole Olson, The home of Louis Flan ness was entered by burglars during the week and some little money was secured As yet tne guilty parties have not been apprehended. Don't forget to attend the social at the M. E. Church next Monday evening. There will be plenty of amusement and refreshments for all. 10 cents admission .will be charged. Mrs. Q. W. Frost left Monday for her old nome at Sidell, Illinois where she will visit for some time. She will also visit Mr. and Mrs. E. S, Owen at Danville in the same state. 1 will have a shipment of fresh oysters direct from Baltimore, Md., Saturday. Parties wishing oysters for Sunday should leave orders early. Fred Terrill. About thirty members of the lv, O. T. M. went to Ashland Friday evening, to visit with the lodge at that place. The evening was spent dancing, playing games, etc. All report a very enjoyable time. The members of the Sons of Nor way lodge held a social at the Cen tral House last Saturday evening at which a large number were in at tendance. Music for the occassion was furnished by the Washburn City Band. Work was commenced during the week in tearing up the main line of the Hines logging railroad which has been in operation in hauling logs to this city for the past twenty years. The landing is also being torn up. Wolves are very plentiful in this county. Since May Ist over SIOOO has been paid out in bounties by the county clerk. Several experienced trappers and hunters are making a business of getting them for the bounty which is $20.00 for each wolf. Don’t forget Dora Thorn at the Opera Hcuse Wednesday night Nov lst. a plan for the people. Tickets at Sweet’s West End Pharmacy. A Northern Pacific freight train was wrecked .at Moquah on Tuesday, blocking traffic about ten hours. Trains over that road between Ash land and the head of the lakes were run over the Omaha tracks to this city then to Iron River over the N. P. Ed. Stevens has brought to this office a mangel root or mangel-werzel measuring four inches in diameter, Mr. Stevens raised fourteen tons of these on one-half acre of ground. The tops while growing are used for fodder for cattle and the roots are also ground into cattle food. Mrs. Thomas Kelley, who was committed to the Asylum about a year ago, but who has been at home with her family in this city on parols was taken back to Oshkosh last Friday. It is hoped that Mrs. Kel ley’s condition will improve suffici ently to permit her soon to return to her home. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is certainly awonderful remedy for Indigestion dyspepsia and weak stomach. They it nevea fails to cure and that its strengthens the digestive organs and makes the stomach and breath as sweet as a rose. Sold bj Sweet’s West End Pharmacy. Linotype operators, linotype machinists, scale, compositors, $lB. 54 hours, open shop, Perman ent positions for competent men. Minneapolis Typothetae, 206 Fourth St, S,, Minneapolis. Minn. The ladies of the Rebekah lodge, I. O: O. F. are making arrangements for a big convention to be held in this city November 7th at which the lodges of Ashland, Bayfield and Mellen are expected to be present. Seme of the officers of the Grand Lodge will also be here and a big time will vary likely be had. The Trinity Nowergian Luthern choir and male chorus of Ashland, Alex A Zipperer, director, nave a concert Saturday evenit g at the Norwegian Lutheren Church in this city. The attendance was large and the program was above the ord nary Rev. Bordahl who had the matter in charge, feels very much gratified over the success of the concert. Honorable Guy M. Gould, assist ant superintendent of one of the de partments in Washington,.called at the Wssbburn post office on official business last Friday, and it was up on bis suggestion that the post office was re-arranged. Mr. Gould is one of the oldest men in the department, having been in the employ of the governmtnt since the early seven ties. A rummage sale will be conducted by the Ladies of the M. E. Church beginning tonight, and continuing during the rest of the week. The sale is held in the Spears building formerly occupied by K. Segal. Y< u can buy almost everything from a needle to a thrashing machine, at very reasonable prices. A cull on the ladies will convince you that they are certainly offering bargains. The steamer Oscoda, one of the Hines Lumber company’s boats, ar rived ii*. port Sunday badly damaged by the storm. Oscoda was in four storms during her last trip and was so badly damaged th;\t it was neces sary to have a diver come over from Ashland and plug up a numoer of holes in the bottom of the boat from which she was leaking badly. The boat took a cargo of lumber down the lakes where she will have to go | into dry dock to be repaired. An effort is being made by mem bers of the weather bureaus at the head of the lakes and other inter ested parties for the establishment of a weather station of Devils Is land, one of the Apo:tle groups. Devils Island is the most northerly of the Apostle groupe, and is thir teen miles from Bayfield and sixty seven miles from Duluth. It is proposed to have the station con nected with Bayfield by a wire cable and the passing of lake vessels can be reported from there to the head of the lakes. This will give the vessels a station between Duluth and the “Soo” where they can note the weather condition and give them a chance to go into shelter in case of an approaching storm. The mat matter is of much importance to the transportation interests of Lake Superior and every effort should te made to have the station established. /Northern State Bank of Washburn. Wisconsin. Incorporated Sept. sth, 1905. Capital paid up $25,000. Surplus - 5,000. Undivided profits 11,000. Issues drafts payable in all parts of the world. M. A. SPRAGUE, Pres. F. T. YATES, Vice-Pres. O. P. SWANBY, Cashier. fond qour Name We want to convince you that we know the business Of Candy Making and if you will send us your name we will send you a sample package by mail of our choice candy. After you have once tried our candies you will not buy elsewhere. When at Ashland come and inspect our plant. Address, NEEDHAM’S, Ashland. NEW ENGLAND STORE. JSSSSS,' THE DAYLIGHT STORE. Fall Stock now Complete We are done with Summer and its wearables-All our time, thought and energy is now directed toward the fresh Fall and winter Merchandise -we can mention a few of the new arrivals. As an Introductory Sale We will offer the following until Saturday Evening, October 28th. 140 pieces of tieeced fllanneletts, a good 8c to 10c quality £ J for per yard U2C Dress Goods. The new showing of gown stuffs is worthy of your attention. To encourage a look—we give for one week a discount of 10 per cent on every yard of Black and \ Colored dress goods in the house. - I | A percent discount on ‘Knit Top” 1 JL V and mercerized underskirts. 1 HUGS! RUGS! RUGS! Big and Little, we are not given to strong statements, but we do hesitate to say that we have the finest selection of Rugs in Northern Wisconsin. Beautiful designs and: colorings. Sizes 27 x 60. 36 x 72, 41x71, 6x9,81x101 and 9x 12. Velvets, Brussels. Axministers and Moquettes. Blankets and Comforts at 10 per cent discount. ft e wish to thank the Ladies of Washburn for the patronage given us in the past and' and hope for a share of this falls business. Best goods possible for the smallest amount of ' moneA is our motto. G E OaTsPAR LIN G, KN '6HT BLOCK. ASHLAND, WIS AN ENEMY OF DIET Dirt will quickly vanish from any clothing or faun dry 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 work right. Xhe ty&jhbutii Steam Laundry. GO TO Carson’s ' FOR Fresh Groceries, Fresh, Bread Staple and Canned Goods. Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. The Best Teas and Coffee in the City. I DIVIDE MY PROFITS. SAVING and INVESTMENT m JEWEL HEATER WASHBURN HARDWARE COMPANY. Wall Paper!. To Be Ciosed Out The largest and best selected stock of Wail Paper in Northern Wisconsin, to be closed out at FACTORY PRICES and less. A Great Money Saver For You! If you do not want to paper row, buy for your spring House Cleaning as you wkl never ayain have such an opportunity to get paper at these prices. A Few Prices Quoted Here* 12c papers new 5c per double roll 20c “ “ 7c 25c ‘' “ 9c “ “ ** ** 17c * j ** J. W. CLARKE, Estate, ASHLAND, - - - WISCONSIN If Seeking a Location: For Factories of Any Kind Address the Commercial Club, Washburn. Wis. 2000 yds Outing Flannels in short lengths and full pieces #■[ an 8c quality for, per yd C The new Coats and Furs are Here— -Ift * )eF Ceut cpscoull t on every Coat, JsL Skirt, Cravanette coat or Fur in the house for one week. 1 ftl per cent discount on HoiseryancM * Underwear we carry the famous j Munsing Union Suits for men, women j and children. 1 ft per eent ol iseoilri d | JL V and Napkins.