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M. A. Sprague is in lowa this week on business. Notice the large page ad of David son’s in this issue. S. Perlmrn is visiting relatives at St. Paul this week. Money to loan on easy terms. Call on L. N. Clausen Sec’y. Bert McMaughlin visited with friends at Ashland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stock visited friends at Ashland Sunday. Abe Taraldson, who is employed at Grandview, came home Saturday. Dr. Hannum, of Bayfield, was in the city Sunday visiting with friends. Born: —To Mr. and Mrs. John demure Thursday morning, a bay . Ed. Williams went to Superior last Friday to remain over Sunday. F. H. Hu gene of Duluth, was in the city Tuesday, transacting busi ness, Charles Root and wife, of Iron Ri ves, visted in the city during the week. - C. A. Shoresman made a business trip to Rhinelander, the first cf the week. D. M. Maxcv visited Duluth and Eau Claire the first of the week on business. Money to loan on long terms. At the Washburn Loan & Bunding As sociation. Phil Perlman was to Iron River and vicinity the first of the week on business. Rip Van Winkle at the Opera House Tuesday, Feb. 27. Band and orchestra. Alex Perro came down from Simpson’s camp on Wilson Island, last Friday. Miss MaudPicott transacted busi ness at Milwaukee and Chicago dur ing the week. L. C. Miller, of Chippewa Falls, visited in the city several days dur ing the week. High quality and low prices is Davidson’s motto. See the page ad in this issue. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ungrodt visited friends at Ashland last Sun day afternoon. Mac Doyle is managing the Gro gin pool rooms during the absence of the proprietor. Mrs. M. H. and Mrs. William Robinson visited with friends at Ashland yesterday. Ed. Lee and wife, of Ashland, vis ited in the city at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Lee. Attorney A. W. McLeod was at Drummond Tuesday looking after matters of business. r Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Simmons are her from Superior and will visit in the city for a few days. Henry Kenfield, of Ashland, visit ed in this city Suuday at the Ken home on east third street. Mrs. J. T. Spears visited with her daughter Mrs. T. W. Ellison at Ash land during the past week. Watch for the parade Tuesday. Hear the out door concert at 7.15 by the Rip Van Winkle Band. Ken field & Lamoreaux are now buying all kinds of bolts cut 4or 8 ft. in lengths, in the round, A party of Good Templars from Ashland,canoe over Monday evening and visited with the local lodge. Several ladv friends surprised Mrs. Ncis M. Oscar last Thursday afternoon, it being her birthday. Laird Lampson who has been very dangerously sick with peneumonia is reported as somewhat improved. M rs. E. E. Kenfield and the Miss es Florence and Winnifred Short visited friends at Ashland Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Laird, of Minneapo lis, visited at the Lampson residence a number of days during the week. Vagabond of the Catskill, loved bv all the children and dogs of the village, at the Opera House Feb. 27. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. N, Kurschner, formerly of this city, but now of Dallas, Wis., last week. The dancing party given at the Masonic hall last Friday evening vas well attended. All enjoyed the yening. Local & Personal. About tbe Qity. Farm loans. Apply to L. N. Clausen, Sec’y. A meeting of the Washburn Brick company was held in the rooms of the Commercial club on Tuesday evening. Rip Van Winkle at the opera house Tuesday evening Eeb. 27th. Band and orchestra. Seats for sale at Sweet’s. Mrs. Charles Stevens left yester day for Iron wood, Michigan, where she will visit with her husband for a few days. L. N. Clauseu, who has bean con fined to his home with a severe cold, is improving and expects lo be out again soon. Mrs. C. B. Simpson returned home from Duluth Sunday where she has been visiting for the past three weeks. Mrs. E. E. Kenfield entertained a number of friends Monday evening at her home. The occasion being her birthday. When Clearing your laud get the prices paid by Kenfield & Lam oreux for round bolts cut 4or 8 ft. in lengths by the cord. We pay cash for pine, ceder, tama rack, spruce, or most any kind of stock, cut 4 or 8 ft, long, in the round. Kenfield & Lamoreaux. All persons having Scandinavian books belonging to the Public libra ry traveling library, are requested to return them at once, as the libra ry is to be changed, Mrs. C. B. Simpson and Mrs. B. L. Simmons visited at the camps of C. B. Simpson on Wilson Island Monday morning. Mrs.' Philip Lillie entertained a number of her lady friends at a thimble party at her home last Thursday afternoon. Miss Ethel Bean, who is teaching near Bibon, came home Fridav and was unaole to return. She is suffer ing. with a severe cold. Frank Yates, who is practicing law at Amerv, has been in the city a few days visiting his people. He will return tomorrow. The ladies aid society of the Con gregational church will meet at the home of Mrs. Wm. Flynn, next Wednesday afternoon. The pupils in Miss Boehm’s room at the High School drove to Ashland in a carry-all last Saturday after noon and spent the day. You don’t want to miss the free band concert in front of Sweet’s drug store Tuesday noon, Feb. 27. Seats for sale at Sw T eet’s. A. T. Johnson, representing Wright, Barrett & Stillwell of St. Paul, was iu the city the first of the week calling on the trade. Miss Cora Dickey is in the city visiting with her many friends, she is now living with her mother at Grand Rapids, Minnesota. Deputy Sheriff Andrew Johnson went to Iron River Friday, to bring Ben Glassup over to serye a ten day term in the county jail. u Art” Anderson who has been spending a month or more at the Simpson camps on Wilson Island, returned home last Friday. For sale:—l4,ooo brick at the American Express office. L. L. Birdsey. Spring Announcement We wish to announce that our Spring and Summer Suitings and Overcoatings are arriving daily from different foreign and domestic looms and we extend a cordial invitation to the smart dressers of Washburn when in Minneapolis to call in and see us. Our Mr. Levinson is in Washburn every six weeks to look after your wants. Yours Respectfully, jCevinson <sc ffi/cc, TJailors, West Motel SSuildiny. Tffinneapotis, 9??,nn. W. J. Maitland went to Hines and Cussons the first of the week where he will check up the camp books for the Edward Hines Lumber Cos. Reverend Weiss, of the Congrega tional church, will leave today for a visit with relatives and friends at Milwaukee, Rockford and Beloit. The Ladies’ Aid society of the Congregational church met at the home of Mrs. Bergmann yesterday afternoon, A large number were present, George F. Morgan lfeft Tuesday for Madison, where he will attend theannual meetingof the Supervisors of Assessments. He will be away about a week. Miss Susie Lincoln entertained a number of her young friends at a dancing party last Tuesday evening. Avery pleasant evening was had by those present. A number of ladies of the Mission ary society went to Ashland this afternoon to attend a union meeting of societies to be held at t,he Presby terian church. Thomas Grogan left Tuesday for an extended trip to the Pacific coast He was joined at St. Paul by Attorney John Walsh, who will ac company him. Attorneys Walsh, of this citv, and Tomkins of Ashland went to St, Paul. Sunday afternoon, for the purpose of making final settlement of the bond issue. J. C. Millard, of Chippewa, manu facturer of Millard’s famous family remedies, was in the city a couple of days the fbst of the week calling upon his large number of customers. Manager O’Sullivar’ of the Wash burn Ice company has been at Bay field during the week where he is engaged in putting up ice for the several men haying ice houses in that place. The warm weather of the past week has brought out a number of candidates for the spring election and if the weather keeps up there will soon be enough to fill ail the offices. Miss Winnifred Short who has been visiting at the Gibson resi dence during the past week as the guest of her sister Miss Florence, returned to her home at Superior, Sunday, Chas. W. Odgen’s Rip Van Win kle, big show of 16 people with the hayseed quartette band and orches tra at the opera house Tuesday night Feb. 27th. Seats for sale at Sweet’s. Robert Walsh, of Drummond, was committed to the Northern Hospital for the Insane last Monday, by Judge Irish. Deputy Sheriff An drew Johnson took him down Mon day evening. Olaus Davidson, the enterprising shoe and clothing merchant has a page ad in this issue which will in terest the close buyers. Look it over and see if there is riot some thing that you want. Mrs. Con Kelley of Superior, has been in the city during the past week, visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Dibbel, of west Bayfield street. Mr. and Mrs. Ke I ley formerly lived here. Attorney G. N. Risjord of Ash land has been appointed Referee in Bankruptcy for this district. The appointment of a referee in this sec tion of the state will greatly facilit ate bankrupt proceadings. Members of the Commercial club should not forget the special meet ing to be held tomorrow evening. Arrangements will be completed for the meeting of the Norih Wis consin Farmers’ Association. Saker Kur The Great Blood Medicine. Just the Thing for A Spring Tonic. Cures Catarrah, Indigestion, Boiles and all Skin Diseases RIF VAN WINKLE WAS A LUCKY MAN. 1C P E (Tp l E 1C 1U BUD AID ORCHESTRA MU AT THE WASHBURN OPERA HOUSE, IWIMI TUESDAY EVENING, FEB. / 1 fli See the Hayseed Quartette. TinFITI Band Concert in Front of Sweet’s West M MILiiD End Pharmacy at noon. • Tickets on Sale Saturday at Sweet’s West End Pharmacy. Sign of the Best — —the best sign. vv. G. Maxcy, D. M. Maxcy. O, O. Sow Der President. Vice President. Cashier. Bayfield County Bank, Washburn, Wisconsin. ORGANIZED 1889. Capital fully Paid $20,000 Transacts a general banking business, pays interest on time deposits, loans on farm mort gages. Has a savings department. Bank Opposite Hotel V ashburn. Trains ‘Three 1 ' and ‘Four’ “Number Three,” (Pacific Express) and “Number Pour” (Twin City Express), are equipped with superior Pullman Standard and Tourist Sleeping Cars. Roomy berths and ample toilet accomodations make them attractive to all who travel. Time of these trains is convenient for business or pleasure; service is unexcelled. Ask for in formation. < Northern Pacific Railway A. M. Cleland. Gen. Pass. Agt, St. Paul, Minn. W. B. Duffy, Agent. Washburn, Wis. 28,000 ACRES 28,000 LANDS. In all Parts of Bayfield County. Owner, Not Agent, Easy Payment and Interest at 6 per cent* Cal) on or write, D. M MAXCY y Washburn, Wis. 28,000 ACRES 28, 000 Make the Home More Cheerful. The addition of anew piece of Furniture now and then will help to brighten up the dark corners in one’s home and make it more cheerful. It can be done at a very small cost. Our Stock of Furniture is large and a selection is easily made. We have new goods arriving daily and prices are right. FINSTffD & AUNE.