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o Local & Personal. ° fiboat the Qity. For strickly fresh eggs go to Cartons. When you want good fresh dairy butter go to Carsons. Gus, Broman, of Grandview, was in the city the first of the week. , The roof of the old town hall build- j ing is being fixed up in good shape. The steamer Neptune is at the seal docks with a cargo of sofi coal. Julius Forsberg of Bayfield trans acted business in the city yesterday. Lester Gaseli was in the city over Sunday. Lester is teaching at Fish Creek. Thomas Devine, of Iron River, transacted business in the city Monday. Mrs. Stephen Musolf ofNashwalk, Minn., is visiting with relatives in the city. The steamer Chili discharged a cargo of coal at the fuel docks dur ing the week, The steamer Majestic loaded prain at the elevator Tuesday, clearing for down the l^kes. Mrs. Gilbert Olson has returned from a two weeks trip to St. Paul and Minneapolis. Miss Minnie Kinney left Tuesday for Iron River, where she will teach during the school year, Clara Conlin returned Saturday night from Chicago where she has been visiting for some time. , LOST —1 stick pin between caudy kitchen and city dock. Finder leave at this office and receive reward. We believe that the people of this county will elect the straight re publican ticket from top to bottom. Anew cement walk is being laid in front of the Dalziel house. The work is being done by Lindsay and Baxter. Mrs. Charles Nelson and children returned Monday from Eau Claire where they have been visiting for a short time. Enoch Rockstead, of Minneapolis, arrived in the city today and is visiting with friends and relatives in the city. Mrs. Albert Erickson and son left the first of the week for British Columbia where they will reside permanently. Mrs. John Franks and family left the first of the week for Tacoma, Washington, where Mr. Franks is now located. Judge Sauve and W. S. McDonald of Iron River attended the meeting of the County Board of canvass Friday afternoon. Herbert Mertz left the first of the week for Hines where he has a good position as clerk in one of '’the Hines camps. Mr. and Mrs. H. Waehsmuth, of Bayfield, were here Wednesday to attend the wedding of Miss Selma Tetzner and John Dohm. Old maids would be scarce and hard to find, Could thev be made to see, How grace and beauty is combined By using Rocky Mountain Tea. —Fcx Bros. Pharmacy, WANTED — Girl for general housework. Wages sls per month. Apply to Mrs. E. E. Ken field. 23c for August butter fat at Washburn Creamery. P. M. OLSON, FLOUR FEED HAY & GRAIN Wholesale and Retail. Distributors of PILLSBURY’S BEST flour. Remember when you order flour that it pays to have the best. Ask your groceryman for PILLSBURY’S BEST, and if he wants to give you something just as good, don’t accept it, but call up THE FEED STORE, West Bayfield Street, ~ Both Phones. Money to loan on long terms. At the Washburn Loan & Building As sociation. Farm loans. Apply to L. N. Clau sen.' Sec. A special meeting of the Commer cial Cluo will be held at the Club rooms on Saturday evening. A full attendance is desired. James Cavanaugh is home again from the hospital at Ashland where he has been for the past few weeks suffering from an attack of typhoid fevc r, Mrs. William J. Maitland and S3n Pat and Mable Summerfiald return ed Saturday evening from a two weeks visit with relatives at Nye, Wis. Rev. J, E. Cooke left yesterday for Dodgeville. Wis. where he will attend the annual conference. Mr. Cooke will not return to the pastor ate here. George Talbot, of St. Paul; John Talbot, of Duluth, and Arthur Tal bot of Chippewa Falls were here Sunday to attend the funeral of their father. J. E. Jones has written an illus trated article for the September Number of the National magazine, describing the scenes in and about Norfolk, Verginia. Miss Eva McCurdy left the latter part of last week for Duluth where she will visit for a few days before going to California to spend the winter with a sister. From twenty to forty-five cars of grain is being received daily at the elevator and this amount will be increased to ever double that amount within a week or so. Mrs. William Flynn entertained a number of lady friends at her home Tuesday afternoon, the event being her birthday. The ladies surprised her and showered her with aprons. George Tracy returned the first of the week from Eau Claire Avhere he took a railway examination. He expects to goto work within a short time on a road running out of Al toona. The Washburn elevator expects to handle about three million bush els of wheat this fall. This will be the first time that wheat has been sent here in large quantities for ten yea rs. A good game of ball was played | at the grounds in this city last Sun j day afternoon between the Ashland I Brewers and the home team. The 1 visitors were defeated by a score of 10 to 9. Win. Irish has just finished build a large barn on his farm on the Houghton road and he has also started the erection of a fine house which he will have completed by the last of the month. Pete Raarup has purchased an eighty acre tract of land just at the turn of the Houghton road from George Morgan and Peterson & Hanson. Mr. Raarup intends to have the same cleared up in a short time and he will begin the erection of a fine house and barn at once. It is a desirable piece of land. LOST —A diamond brooch be tween Fox’s jewelery store and the City Dock, finder leave it at above store and receive reward Money to loan on easy terms. Call on L. N. Clausen See’y. The passenger train due here at 10 o,clock Tuesday night did not arrive until some time after two in the morning on account of a break down of the engine just below Cable. • >, •q'W • Mrs. Nellie Nelson was adjudged insane on Monday, and was commit ted to tne asylum. Sheriff Conlin took the patient to Oshkosh Mon day evening. Mrs. Nelson has lived in this city a number of years. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Downer and family of Greenbush, Mich, arrived in the city the latter part of last week. They have rented the Edger ly house on fourth street and will make their future home in this city. Judge Sauve of Iron River was in the city Monday. He has asked the court for a recount of the ballots cast for sheriff. Mr. Sauve is act ing in the interest of W. S. McDon ald of Iron River, who was defeated by two votes. It is not known whether the court will grant an or der for a recount. Chairman Connor }f the Republi can state central committee has issued a call for a platform conven tion to be held at the Capitol at Madison, September 25th. The con vention will be made up of all suc cessful condidates for the legisla ture, all hold over senators, and all successful candidates for state offices. Mrs. Gilbert Olson has returned from St. Paul and Minneapolis, where she has selected a fine line of j hats for the fall trade. Mrs. Olson ; has employed an experienced trim- j mer, who will be employed during the season. Ladies will do to watch for the opening sale at this popu.ar store, it will occur some time next week. Clerk of court F. A. Bell us that Judge Parish will probably j L */ j arrange for another special term of court, in this county to be held j some time before the new naturali-j zation law takes effect. An evening! session of the court mav be held, be-! cause there are still a large number who want to secure their second papers. When two strong men come to blows, even if they are well matched, it is not a pleasing sight, but it the j man who gets the worst of it will j use Dewitt’s Avitch Hazel Salve, he will look better in short order. Be sure you get DeAvitt’s. Good for everything a salve is used tor, in-i eluding piles. Sold by M. M. Sweet. WANTED —By Chicago whole sale and mail order house, assistant manager (man or woman) for this county and adjoining territory. Salary S2O and expenses paid week ly; expense money advanced. Work pleasant, position permanent. No ! i investment or experience required, j Spare time valuable. Write at once i for full particulars and enclose self— | addressed envelope, Address GEN IERAL MANAGER, 134 E. Lake j St., Chicago. ELECTRIC SPARKS It would appear that Hearst is having no better success skidooing Murphy in N. Y., than Bryan has tin-canning Sullivan in Illinois. Voters of the country are waving the danger signal in front of the Bryan government ownership ex press. A British lordling declares he will marry the chorus girl of his choice if Pa cuts eff his allowance. Would not oet anything on this, though, without consulting tne lady in the case. Most chorus girls are from Missouri when it comes to matri mony. Public ownership is next thing to political boll weevil in the South. South Dakota is a long way from Chicago, but not, as Prof. Frye has discovered, if a man has a wife in both places. Mr. Bryan has as much trouble getting rid of the support of Illinois, as Mr. Yates has getting it. If you see a poor little girl sitting lonely in a corner, and sobbing, as Bryan passes by. her name is free silver. In these days of rush and hurrv courtesy is often forgotten, In the mad, pell mell rush of our life little things are done to offend that we rather remained undone. A hastily eaten meal and its resultant head ache may cause us social or financial loss. The wise man or woman is the one who relieves little ills of this sort by a little dose of Kodol For Dyspepsia, It digests what you eat and put your stomach back into shape. Sold by M, M. Sweet. Complete your Home Persons intending to purchase a piano, should not fail to look into the MERITS THE METZOVV, unsurpassed tone quality, ele gance of finish and durability are the watchwords. Come into our store and examine the Metzow. SWEET’S DRUG STORE. 2h J. %a%onbe CIIIR OPO I) IST A M> EXPERT SHOE FITTER LaLonde’s Cash Shoe House ASHLAND. WISCONSIN $5.00 per Day for The Northwestern Farmer. Read by 100,000 people monthly. Send quick for free agent’s outfit, samples and terms. Very lib eral offer to agents. Canvassers can easily clear from $5 to $lO per day by lntroduciuc this great farm and home journal at all fallfe conventions and gatherings of farmers. Crop reporter wanted in your county. Addrett C. D.BABCOCK, Editor The NorthwMtPfS Farmer, Menominee, Mich. AV. G. Maxcv, D. M. Maxcy. c. o. Powder President. Vice President. Cashier. Bayfield County Bank, Washburn, Wisconsin. ORGANIZED 1889. Japital fully Paid 520,000 Transacts a, general banking business, pays interest on time deposits, loans on farm mort gages. Has a savings department, Bank Opposite Hotel Washburn. We will Deliver 16 inch DRY CEDAR STOVE WOOD For $1.50 per Lc~~. Get ' Your Orders In, Jacobs-mcdohnell co. Ps Your Bathroom Modern If it is not, don’t you think it is worth your while to examine Knj into conditions, and remodel or rebuild it if necessary ? j&Mlj In r jra rp You cannot have too many safeguards for the health of your- M self and family, especially the growing children. Bad or antique Jfjl •jji plumbing is as dangerous to the health as good or modern plumbing ||| * | is beneficial. Better by far to pay out money for good plumbing ji 1 ] than for doctor bills resulting from defective sanitary equipment. I Unquestionably the best bathroom equipment made is the famous Porcelain Enameled Ware, every piece of which is unconditionally guaranteed by the makers. We have samples in 1 our showrooms. A conference with us will give you much helpful || information. || | WASHBURN PLUMBING & HEATING CO. f. Sd/ff Saie now on Ladies’ High and Low Cut Tan Shoes Button and Lace. About 300 Pairs worth $3.50. (Q)0 to be closed out at pl*7o 0 DAVIDSON.