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ELEGT/ON NOTICE.
STATE OF WISCONSIN, COUNTY OF BAYFIELD SS
I, Nels M, Oscar, county clerk of said county, do hereby certify that the following is a list of the names of all persons for whom nomination papers have been filed in the
office of t l e Secretary of State, and of all persons for whom nomination papers have been filed in my office and who are entitled to be voted for at the primary election to be held in
he several towns, villages and election precincts of said county on the 4th day of September. 1906.
State Officers
Governor—
Lieut Governor—
Secretary of State—
State Treasurer—
Attorney General—
Commissioner of Insurance—
For Representative in Congress
10th District—
■ i
Member of Assembly—
County Officers.
County Clerk—
County Treasurer—
Sheriff—
Coroner—
Clerk of Circuit Court—
District Attorney—
Register of Deeds—
Surveyor—
State of Wisconsin, bayfield county, ss.
I, Nels M. Oscar, county clerk of the county of Bayfield, state of Wisconsin, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct list, containing the names and post
office address of each person for whom nomination papers have been filed in my office, together with a designation of the office for which he is a candidate and the party or principle he
represents. • '
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal. Done at the county court house of Bayfield county, City of washburn, this 13th day of August,
A. D,, 1906.—Nels M. Oscar, county clerk (Seal.)
The said primary election will be held at the regular polling places in each precinct, and the polls will be open from 6 o’clock in the morning until 7 o’clock in the evening in cities
and from 9 o’clock in the morning until sundown in towns and villages.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal at Washburn this 13th day of August, A, B. 1906.—Nels M. Oscar, county clerk. (Seal)
In this state it is not necessary to
tc serve a five days’ notice for
eviction of a cold. Use the original
laxative eough syrup, Kennedy’s
Laxative Honey and Tar. No opia
tes, Sold by M. M. Sweet.
A woman worries until she gets
wrinkles, and then worries because
she has them. If she takes Hollis
ter’s Rocky Mountain Tea she would
have neither. Bright, smiling face
follows its use, 35 cents, Tea or
Tablets. —Fox Bros. Pharmacy.
There is nothing so pleasant as
that bright, cheerful, at-peace with
the world feeling when you sit down
to vour breakfast. There is noth
ing so conducive to good work and
good results. The healthy man
with a healthy mind and body, is a
better fellow, a better workman, a
better citizen than the man or
woman who is handicapped by some
disability, however slight. A slight
disorder of the stomach will derange
your body, your thoughts and your
disposition. Get away from the
morbidness and the blues. Keep
your stomach in tune and both your
brain and body will respond. Little
indiscretions of overeating can be
easily corrected and you will be sur
prised to see how much better man
you are. Try a little Kodol for dys
pepsia after your meals. Sold by
M. M. Sweet.
FOLEYSHONKMM MIYSIOHIMM
for children; safe, sure. No opiates Cures Colds; Prevents Pneumonia
Sold by Q. W. Frost. Sold by Q.[,W. Ficst.
Democratic.
4 Name and Address.
John A. Aylward, Madison, f Wis,
Ernest Merton, Waukesha, Wis.
Michael F. Blenski, Milwaukee,
Wis.
John O’Meara, Milwaukee, Wis.
Clarence J. Noel, Marinette, Wis.
Andrew Jenson, Edgerton, Wis.
Martin L. Lueck, Juneau, wis.
Henry J. Neuens, Sheboygan,
Wis.
Francis J, McGuire, Hudson, wis.
william Alexander, Hayward Wis
Scrub yourself daiiy. you’re no
clean inside. Clean insides
cleau stomach, bowels, blood, liver,
clean, tissue in every organ. Moral:
Take Hollister's Rocky Mountain
Tea. 35 cents, Tea or Tablets.
—Fox Bros, Pharmacj'.
Children like Kennedy’s Laxative
Honey and Tar. The pleasantest
and best cough syrup to take; be
cause it contains no opiates. Sold
by M. M. Sweet.
FOLEY’S
KIDNEY Gym
WILL CURE YOU
of any case of Kidney or
Bladder disease that is not
beyond the reach of medi
cine. Take it at once. Do
not risk having Bright’s Dis
ease or Diabetes. There is
nothing gained by delay.
50c, and SI.OO Bottles.
refuse substitutes.
Sold by Q. W. Frost.
Prohibition.
Ephriam L. Eaton, Madison, w is,
August F. Fehlandt, West Salem,
wis.
John E. Clayton, Milwaukee, Wis,
David W. Emerson, Emerson,
wis.
Byron E. VanKuren, Oshkosh,
wis.
Lincoln Abraham, Bloomington,
wis.
A Puzzle Worm Having
Dr. G. G. Green, of Woodbury,
New Jersey, whose advertisement
appears m our paper regularly, will
mail to any one sending a two cent
stamp to pay postage, one of his
new German Syrup and August
Flower Puzzles, made of wood and
glass. It amuses and perplexes
young and old. Although very diffi
cult, it can be mastered. Mention
this paper
Get in line and bring in your milk
and cream to the creamery. It can
handle all that can be brought in.
The Most Perfect
BLOOD
PURIFIER
That Can Be Found Is
MATT.JJOHNSONS
60 88
cures all kinds of blood trouble, Liver
and Kidney trouble, Catarrah and Rheu
matism, by acting on the blood, liver and
kidneys, by purifying the blood, and con
tains medicines that pass off the im
purities.
For Sale and Guaranteed Only By
M. M. Sweet, Washburn, Wis.
H. A. Robinson and G. Broman,
Pratt, "Wisconsin.
Republican.
James 0. Davidson, Soldiers
Grove, Wis,
Irvine L. Lenroot, Superior, Wis.
William D. Connor, Marshfield,
Wis.
John Strange, Oshkosh, Wis.
James A. Frear, Hudson, Wis.
William H. Froelich, Jackson,
Wis.
Walter L. Houser, Mondovi, Wis.
Andrew H. Dahl, Westby, Wis.
Julius Howland, Stanley, Wis.
Henry D. James, Dedgerille, Wis.
John J. Rempf, Milwaukee, Wis,
John W. Thomas, Chippewa Falls,
Wis.
Frank L. Gilbert, Madison, Wis,
Wallace Ingalls, Racine, Wis.
0. A. A, McGee, Milwaukee, Wis.
George E, Beedle, Embarrass,
Wis.
Thomas M. Purtell, Madison, is.
■ l . *
John J. Jenkins, 706 W. Grand
Ave, Chippewa Falls. Wis.
Ole G. Kinney, Colfax, Wis.
•Lorenzo N. Clausen, Seventh St.
and Washington Ave., Wash
burn. W3.
Nels M. Oscar, ashburn, Wis.
John Froset h, ashburn, Wis,
Joseph J, Arseneau, Washburn,
Wis.
Ole Johnson, Washburn, Wis,
William S. McDonald, Iron River,
Wis.
Eben Olson, Port Wing, W T is.
Williiyp H. Smith, Washburn,
Wis.
A. B. Severson, Washburn, Wis.
Jared B. Weltoo, Washburn, Wis,
H, G. Mertens, W T ashburn, Wis.
Frederick A. Bell, Washburn, W r is
Elias C. Alvord, Washburn, Wis.
Charles F. Morris, Iron River,
Wis.
Ernest Sauve, Iron River, Wis.
Nels Myhre, Washburn, Wis,
Hugo C. >els(D, Rajtjejd, W ;s.
use Our Columns
S'or Si dverti'sing.
28,000 AGBEB 28,000
LANDS.
In AH Parts of Bayfield County.
Owner Not Agent.
E i 3 Payment and
Interest at 6 per cent.
Call on or write,
D. M. MAXCY,
Washburn, Wis.
28,000 ACRES 28,000
Social Democratic.
Winfield R. Gaylord, Milwaukee,
Wis.
William Kaufman, Kenosha, wis ,
Charles V. Schmidt, Milwaukee,
Wis.
Joseph Am man n, Kiel, wis,
Richard Eisner, Milwaukee, wis,
/
.... i— *
Herman W. Bistorius, Milwaukee,
wis.
Emil Swanson, Bayfield, wis.
Frank Robillard, Cornucopia, wis.
John Fiege, Bayfield, Wis,
H. Marion Juel, Cornucopia, wis.
\
Matt Nielson, Washburn, Wis.
Frank Skuhra, washburn, wis.
Edwin Bryan, washburn, wis.
A Wni;*D'*Compleilon,
It is rank loolishness to attempt
to remove snilowness or greasings*
of the skm by the use of cosmetics*
or local’ ti eatment, as advocated
by the “beauty doctors.” The only
safe and sure way that, a woman cam
improve her complexion is by purify
ing and enriching the blood, which
can only be accomplished by keeping
the liver healthy and active. The
liver is the seat of disease at 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 sing]®
bottle of August Flower has been
hnown to cure the most pronounced
and distressing case of dyspepsia
and digestion. New trial size bottle
25 cents; regular size 75 cents. Ai
Frost & Spies.
DRT PINE
WOOD
Delivered to any part
of the city on short
4
notice.
Call up
THOMAS L. DDKELOW.
Both Phones.
OBDEB TOUR
next lot ofQ
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iety of papers to sel
ect from.
In Printing We Lead!
'TIMED
TABLES.
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TRAINS.
@T!ME CARD
TRAINS.
FOE WASHBBRIf
West Bound ; Arrive : Depart
No. 573 Washburn and Iron • : ~
River Express : > , ’ 7:lsam
Last. Hound : Arrive :Depart
No. 574 Washburn and*lron : :
River Express • 7;55 pm:
Through tickets to all points ip the United
States, Canada. Alaska, China and. Japan.
A. M. Cleland G. P. A., St. Paul. Minn.
W. I>. Duffy. Agent
C. Si,. P. M. & O. By.
PA PS ENG EE Tlt A INS :
SOUTH NORTH
*8:80 a. ro. daily 10:85 a. rn. daily
11:55 a.m. exSnnday 1:40 p.m. exSnndav *
73:00 p.m. daily 4:80 p.rn. exSunday
+6:30 p.m. daily 5:15 p-ro. Sunday oalf
< 9:47 n.tDv daily
♦Connect, at Ashland Junction with’south
bound trains. unnects at A- hland Junc
tion for St. Paul or Chicago.. tCunnect at
Ashland with Northwestern train for
Chicago.
WIS. CENTRAL TRAINS
PROM ASHLAND. ARIL DF.P’T
Through mail and Ex- **
press (daily 4:80 pm 8:40 am
Limited (daily) 7:45 am. 725 pm
Orders for t lekets can be procured of Q
W. Fiost, Druggist Washburn, Wis.

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