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© 1 Local Personal. © Seeds at the 99c store. Bring in your milk and cream to the 'Washburn creamery. Lot of sheet music at bar gins, at Meehan’s. Have you seen the new arch crown diamond mounting? Nelson. 20 acres within 2 miles of city, fenced and in grass for sale or rent. D. M. Maxcy. Miss Agnes Runkle visited at Ashland last Friday. Mr. and Mas. Charles Nelson visited at Mason Sunday. L. D. Goodnough is visiting in Cumberland for a few days. The steamer Panther loaded grain at the elevator last Saturday. A1 Egan and wife spent Sunday at Mason visiting with friends. Read over the ad of Peterson & Hanson on page 4 of this paper. Miss Stella Morey, of Cable, visit ed in the city a few days during the week. The Helvetia loaded lumber at the Omaha dock the first of the week. It is expected that a meeting of the county board will be called about June 20th. Miss Ginder, of Lake Nebagamon, is visiting with her cousin Miss Etta Huffy. F. E. Weiland of the Washburn Quarry Company was in the city yesterday, County Treasarer C. M. Archi bald of Ashland County died Tues day evening. Freida Zeidler, is here from Wis., and is visiting at the Runkle home. Leonard Murray and sister left yesterday lor Orient, S. D. tD visit with relatives. A dancing party was given at the Masonic Hall Monday evening by the youDg people. Rem son Bell left yesterday for Dakota where he will visit for some tune with relatives. Oscar Runkle is here from Fort William. Canada, visiting with re latives and friends. Miss Mary Redmond of Drummor.d was in the city visiting a couple of days during the week. John Kearns was here from Superior Saturday and Sunday visiting with relatives. Factory inspector Peterson, of Superior, transacted business in the city the first of the week. A. Pierce Tomkins, Chairman of the county board transacted busi ness in the city yesterday. J. P. Granner, the manual train ing teacher, left during the week for Milwaukee and other points. Miss Lottie Billings returned to her home at Bav City, Mich., after visiting in the city 7 for a week or so. Fresh butter milk can oe had at the creamery at any time now. You should call and get some. Supt. S. A. Oscar went to Super ior last Tuesday. He is after sev eral teachers for our schools next year. \ The base ball club went to Mason last Sunday and defeated the club from that town. The score being 10 to 8' Mr. LeaQuee, who is working out from Bayfield, was here Friday evening to attend the graduation exercises. Have your eyes tested free by Meehan s first class optieian. Land within walking distance of the dynamite plant which you can buy for what your rent and fuel cost you. Loveland Company. fP ay field County tPlat Stfoofs, Comp tied by Seorye jf. Calder. by jf, *Doenitz and jff* ZPitlenhouse . This Book shows the ownership of every piece of land in the county. Also shows railroads, wagon roads, school houses, government land, state land, etc. You can get this information from no other source for the same amount of money. Address County Clerk, Washburn, Wis. Money to loan on long terms. At the Washburn Loan & Building As sociation. , Watch stopped and clock won’t run. Nelson will correct them both promptly and correcty. F. L. Corey of Grandview was in the being a witness in a shooting affair which occured some days ago. An addition is being built to the store building occupied by L. Bates. Mr. Bares intends to put in a larger stock of goods. Mrs. Tim Kearns expects to leave the latter part of the week for Manitowoc where she will visit with her daughter for a month. E. E. Welty, representing the Mc- Clellan Paper Company of Minne opolis, transacted business in the city the first of the week. Big Dissolution of Partnership sale is now on at Peterson & Han son’s. The regular meeting of the com mon council was held at the office of the eity clerk Tuesdu} 7 evening. It came nearly being an all night ses sion . Treaty Hall on Madeline Island, the well known summer resort, will open for business about June 15th, T. J. Hooper of Ashland will have charge. Frank Irish of Ashland has accep ted a position in the office of Attor ney A. W. McLeod, He was for merly employed in the office of L. N. Clausen. Martin Jacobr-on and wife and Miss Anna Sonju left last evening fot a trip to Norway. They will be gone for the greater part of the summer. The big celebration of the Sons of Norway will be held at the Opera House in this city tonight. A fine program has been prepared for the occasion. Dr. H. G. Mertens has moved his offices from the bank building to the rooms in the rear of Sweets Drug Store which have been fitted up in elegant shape. Ben Severson left the first of the week for Duluth and the iron range where he expects to work. Ben says hejnay take a trip to Norway before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Gesell and two children, of Drummond, were here a couple of days during the week, having come to attend the Com mencement exerc’ses. Ed Emerson, of Chippewa Falls, who is the Northwestern represen tative of the “Vor Tid” magazine, has been in the city during the week in the interest of his paper. The Times was in error last week in stating that the death of Frank Dunn was caused from an accident received while playing with his brother and playmates, as death was due to appendicitis and not as was stated. The proceedings of the town board of the town of Washburn will be published in this paper during this year. The town board has decided to publish all proceedings in both city papers. The Northern Pacific Railway Company has just issued a small book called Wonderland, illustrating scenes along the line of that road. It is well gotten up, both editorially and mechanically. Bring your repairing to Meehan’s, satisfaction guar anteed. Don’t miss the great musical comedy at the Opera House Friday night June Bth. Get your tickets at Sweet’s. Our stock of talking ma chines, mandolines, accord ians, violins, etc, at a big sac rifice. The F.‘J. Meehan Cos. Mrs. Fred Terrell shipped her household goods to Virginia, Minn, yesterday, She intends going next week. Terrel] & Stevens are getting their store in shape for business. We wish them success. Charles Heiderman went to Ash land the first of the week to do switching in the Omaha yards at that point during the summer and fail months. Charles Wolff is taking hi s place in this city. A Special meeting of the Com mercial Club has been called fer this evening. Plans or the or ganization of the new shoe com pany will be discussed. A large attendance is desired, An excursion will be run from Ashland this evening, under the auspices of the Ashland lodge Sons of Norway. The excursionists will attend the entertainment at the Opera House this evening. The Times issues a supplement this week, for the reason that we have a great deal of advertising. The Times is a splendid advertising medium, and we can handle much j more. We shall issue a supplementi every week if necessary. At the last meeting cf the school I board tne following teachers we"e J hired for the ensuing year: Miss j Brown. River Falls; Miss Mihler, j Hudson; Cora Cruthers, Washburn; Agnes Marion, Sparta, and J. P. Granner was re-hired for the manual j training department. Lester E Gesell left Tuesday ! morning for Drummond after spend ing four years in the High School of which he was a graduate last week, Lester is the first boy from the Drummond schools to finish the course. He is a bright and active boy and will certainly make a success in this world if hustling will do it. If you want anything in the line }f job printing call at The Times office. Best of work at reasonable prices. I Dynamite men! W e have 320 acres of land close to the plant in which we can sell you in 40 acre tracts on small monthly payments. Office open evenings from 7to 8 o’clock. Love-Land Company. There is no need worrying along in discomfort because of a disordered digestion. Get a bottle jf Kodol For Dyspepsia, and see what it will do for you. Kodol not odlv digests what you eat and gives that tired stomach a needed rest, but is a cor rective of the greatest efficiency. Kodol relieves indigestion, dispep sia, palpitation of rhe heart, flatu lence, aod a sour stomach. Kcdol will make your stomach young aud healthy again. You will worry just in the proportion that your stomach worries you. Worry means the loss of ability to do your best. Worry is to be avoided at all times Kodol will take the worry out of your stomach. Soldfby M. M. Sweet. 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. Don’t be fooled and made to be lieve that rheumatism can be cured with local appliances. Hollister's Rocky Mountain Tea is.the only pos itive cure for rheumatism. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets. Fox Bros. Pharma cy. The sworn statement of the man ufacturers protects you from opiates in Kennedy’s Laxative Honey and Tar- the cough syrup that driues the cold out of your svstem. Sold by M. M. Sweet. We will Deliver 16 inch DRY CEDAR STOVE WOOD For $1.50 per Load Get Your Orders In. JACOBS-HcDONNELL CO. ~~ NOT THE =====. Fountain of Youth But a fountain nevertheless. The most delicious Ice Cream Soda, and Sundaes In the City, served in the best possible way. Try a “CHOP SUEY” Without ‘Chop Sticks.’ Just “HOP TO IT” at SWEET’S DRUG STORE. Ralph Griggs’ Musical Comedy At the Opera House Friday Night, June Eighth. MUSIC! SINGING! DANCING! A Play for the People. PRICES 25, 35 AND 50 CENTS. Tickets for Sale at SWEE’TS. PEOPLE OF WASHBURN AND VTfITNITY BE QUICK —Get In Line and Follow the Crowds !— to Peterson & Hanson’s DISSOLUTION OF.. . ■ ■ PARTNERSHIP SALE HANSON wishing to retire, we are compelled to throw oujt immense stock upon the market at a time of the year when peoples are in need of the goods, and we have Slashed the Prices Right and Left in order to make it an object to buy at this time. Our Goods were all bought before the raise in the prices of cloth ing and we are now selling them at less than they can be maun factured for which means big money saved to all buyers. We quote no prices here but we want you to come to the store so that you will be afefc to see and better appreciate what values we give for the money;. YOURS VERY TRULY, Peterson & Hanson.