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Notice of General Election
State of Wisconsin ) County of Bayfield \ b IS'otice is hereby given that it a general election to be held in the several towns, wards, villages and election iistricts of the county of Bayfield, state of Wisconsin, the first Tuesday succeed ing the first Monday, being Ihe 6th day of November, £905, the following officers ire to be elected: A governor in place of James O. Davidson, who by virtue of holding the office of Lieutenant Governor, suc ceeded to the office of Gover nor upon the resignation of Robert M. LaFollette, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January. A. D. 1907, A Lieutenant governor in place of James O. Davidson, whose term of office will ex pire on the first Monday in January, 1907. A Secretary of State in place of Walter L. Houser, whose term of office will ex pire on the first Monday in January, 1907. A State Treasurer in place of John J. Kempf, whose term of office wiil expire on the first Monday in January, 1907. An Attorney General in in place of Lafayette M. Sturdevant, whose term of office will expire on the Monday in January, 1907. A Commissioner of Insur ance in place of Zeno M. Host, whose term of office will expire on the first Mon day in January, 1907. A Representative in Con gress for the Eleventh Con gressional district, consisting of the counties of Douglas, Rusk, Sawyer, Pierce, Bay field, Barron, Dunn, Burnett, Polk, Chippewa, Washburn and St. Croix, in place of John J, Jenkins, A member of Assembly, for the Assembly district consist ing of the counties of Bayfield Sawyer and Washburn in place of Lorenzo N. Clausen. A county Clerk in place of Nels M. Oscar, whose term of office will expire on the first MondajMn January, 1907 A county Treasurer in place of John Prosetli, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January, 1907 A Sheriff in place of Henry J. Conlin, whose term of of fice will expire on the first Monday in January, 1907. A Coroner in place of Her man G. Mertens, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January, 1907 A Clerk of Court in place of Frederick A. Bell, whose terra of office will expire on the first Monday in January. 1907. A District Attorney in place of Charles P. Morris whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January 1907. A Register of Deeds in place of Nels Myhre, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January, 1907. A County Surveyor in place of Hugo C. Nelson, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January, 1907. Such election to be held, votes canvassed, and returns made in accordonce with law. Given under my hand; and official seal at Wash \seal) burn, Wisconsin, this' 22nd dav of August, A. • D. 1906.* Nels IST. Oscar, County Clerk IftL AH li To Connect the Atlantic and the Mediterranean. ROUTE ALREADY USED Gigantic Engineering Feat Will Re quire Eight Years to Build—When Coniolete Warships and Merchant men Can Cut Through in Two Days—French Hope for Trade. The French are going to revenge themselves on Panama at home. By a gigantic engineering work entirely within their own borders they are getting ready to lift up their ship ping to the first rank, double the force of their navy, and cause the Mediterranean to cease to be “an English lake” —by nullifying Gib raltar, says the Pittsburg Gazette. In a way they propose to copy England’s natural advantage by transforming part of France (with Spain) into an island, more than doubling their sea coast and creating ocean ports for languishing inland cities. This is to be accomplished by con structing a vast ship canal across the lower end of France from the Atlan tic to the Mediterranean. By its means the French fleet will be capa ble of operating, one day on the At lantic, and then two days later show itself In Mediterranean ports, with out subjecting itself to the guns of Gibraltar. One of the queerest things about it Is that the canal exists already for canalboats and small coasters. To enlarge it for warships and mer chantment is no mere dream. Since 1878 “the Canal of the Two Seas” has been fully planned by engineers Three Parliamentary commissions have made estimates upon it; and now M. Gauthier, Minister of Public Works, has sent his own commission to make final studies of the scheme. The present estimates foresee 300,000 workmen, guided by thirty chief engineers and 200 overseers, with digging and tunneling machines driven by 60,000 horse power. One of the chief surprises is the abandonment of Bordeaux. The ca nal being a great patriotic work, as well as a commercial revolutionizer, the first thought has been the secur ity and convenience of warships in Its Atlantic entrance. Bordeaux is too high up in the mouth of the Ga ronne. They have therefore chosen the extraordinary natural basin of Arcachion, really nearer, as the crow flies, to Bordeaux Itself, and the ca nal will strike the Garonne just be yond that ancient port. The route is straight from Arca chon to Agen, on the Garonne, 86 miles of easy cutting, without a sin gle lock. The waters of the Garonne are to be reinforced from many a torrent of the Pyrenees, which will save Tou louse and other towns from the pe riodic inundations that now trouble them. Between Agen and Toulouse the Garonne, strongly banked and become at last the safe drain of these mountain torrents, will take the fleets of war and commerce to Toulouse, which will become the cen tral maritime arsenal of France. French commerce waits upon the janal for its restoration. While the French coasting trade is reduced to 3,000,000 tons a year, that of Great Britain is over 120,000,000 tons. The French deep-sea carrying is less than that of Italy or Norway. Ger man boats touch at Cherbourg to '.ake American freight, and English iines to the Orient calmly make Mar seilles their Western stopping place. Over 80 per cent, of French exports are carried in foreign bottoms, mak ing a gift of $80,000,000 annually to the English, Germans and Italians. When this 'sanal is built England herself will either have to pay toll to the French or lose a lot of her own trade, and so on for the commercial peoples to-day passing their stuff through the Straits of Gibraltar. From Malta to Ushant, for example, there will be an economy of more than 800 miles by the canal; from Genoa to Ushant, an economy of 1,160 miles. Bordeaux and Nantes, on the Atlantic, will become almost Mediterranean ports. From Bor deaux to Malta by Gibraltar is now 2,308 miles. By the canal it will be Duly 1,000 miles. In case of war, it is promised that the Canal of the two Seas will be able to transfer the French fleet from the Atlantic to the Mediterranean in two days and a half. France will give passage to her allies’ fleets at pleas ure; and the European combination that shall possess this extraordinary deep sea short cut will become the mistress of the Mediterranean, ig noring Gibraltar. Who are the possible allies, en couraged by the new promise of pow er? They are Spain and Italy. The German Emperor knows it and is frightened—hence his temptation to fall on the French. The Latin unicn promises to be the first fruit of the Canal of the Two Seas. Japanese Hero Worship. There is ardent rivalry in Tokio among the parents and relatives of soldiers who fought and fell under General Nogi to secure he latter’s autograph inscr ptions for their tombstones. The general is wilingly replying to these -equests, frequently sitting up the whole night in his de termination not to refuse a request from the most humble applicant. He is idolized as the manifestation cf the spirit of Bushido in the flesh. A snowbank six feet through will stop a rifle hall fired at fifty-five yards. LEGAL NOTICES. TSept 13 > October 18) State of Wisconsin :-ln Circuit Court for Bayfield bounty International Harvester t oinpany of America, Plaintiff * vs Hans P. Swanby, Defendant Notice is hereby given that by virtue of an execution issued out of and under the seal of the circuit court of Bayfield count y. Wisconsin, on the stli -v pteim er. 1906, upon a judgment rendered in the above entitled action, I have levied upon the following described premises, situated in Bayfield county, Wisconsin, to-wit:-The Southeast quarter of the Northeast, of sec tion thirty five (35), in township forty nine (49). north of range five (■>), west; also the Southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section twenty four (24), in township forty nine (49) north of range six (0) west, which premises I will offer for sale and sell at pub lic sale, at the front door oft Lie court house in the city of Washburn, in Bayfield county, Wisconsin, on the 27th day of October, 1906, at ten o’clock in i e forenoon. Dated September 5Gi. 1906, H. J, Conlin, Sheriff, Bayfield County, Wis. (Oct 4 to Oct 18) STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT BAYFIELD • 'OIJNTY In the matter of the vol- i NOTICE OF THE untary assignment of- MAKING OF Jacobs-Me Donnell Cos. ) ASSIGNMENT Notice is hereby given that on the 23rd day of August, A. D, 1906, the above named Jacobs McDonnell company made a volun tary assignment for the benefit of, and in trust for, their creditors to the undersigned; that my postofr.ee address is Washburn, Bayfield County, Wisconsin; and that every creditor of such assignor is required to file, within three months, with me as such assig nee, or with F. A. Bell, Esq., the Clerk of the said Circuit Court, whose postofiice ad dress is Washburn, Bayfield County, Wiscon sin, on pain of being debarrd, a dividend, an affidavit setting forth his name, residence and postofiice-address, and the nature, con sideration and amount of his debt claimed by him, over and above all offsets, Dated August 29, A. D. 1996. D. M, Maxct Assignee. (Oct 4 to Oct 25) Probale Notice. STATE OF WISCONSIN—COUNTY COURT FOR BAYFIELD BOUNTY--IN PROBATE Notice is hereby given that at a special term of the county court to bo held in and for said county at the court house in the city of Washburn in said county, on the 4th Tuesday (being the 23rd day) of Oct, A. D. 19C6. at 10 o’clock a, m., the following matters wiil be heird and considered: The application of Ole M. Axness, admin istrator of the estate of Anna Axness, late of the town of Mason in said county, de ceased, for the examination and allowance of his final account, of his administration, and for the assignment of the residue of the estate of Anna Axness. deceased to such other persons as are by law entitled to the same. Dated Sept 25th, 1906. By order of the Court. Wm. 11. Irish, County Judge. (Oct 11 to Nov 1) STATE OF WISCONSIN—COUNTY COURT FOR BAYFIELD COUNTY. In Probate. Notice is hereby given that at a regular term of the County Court to be held in and for said county at the court house in the city of Washburn in said county, on the first Tuesday (beingthe 6th day) of Nov.. A. D, 1906, at 10o’clock a. in., the following matter will be heard and considered; The application of Mary E. Wooddisse for the appointment of herself as administratrix of the estate of George F. Wooddisse late of the city of Washburn in said county, de ceased. Dated October 4th, 1906. ,* By order of the Court, Wm. H. Irish, County Judge. From Culican, Mexico, it is re ported that, because a woman en tered the Jesus Maria y Anexae mines, several hundred miners went on strike and refused to return to work until the parish priest went in to the mines and sprinkled all shafts and tunnels with consecrated water. It is an old superstition among Mexican miners that if a wo man enters a mine a catastrophe will follow.—Exchange. While a blacksmith may have many virtues, he must at least hare one vise. FOLEYS HONEY™>TAR Cures Colds: Prevents Pneumonia Sold b.y Q. W. Frost, STEAMER MARY SGOTT WEEK DAYS Leaves Ashland Commercial Dock 6.C0 a m 8-30 a m 9.45 a m 11.30 a m 1.15 p m 2.30 p m 4.00 p m 5.25 p m 7.15 p in SUNDAYS 8.80 a m 9.45 a m 11.30 a m 1.15 p m 2.30 p m 4.15 p m 7.15 p m CAPT. JOHN E. DOHERTY, Manager. Ashland - - Wisconsin. Leaves Washburn City Dock 7.15 a m 9.00 a m 10.20 a m 12.15 p m 2:00 p m 3.15 p m 4.40 p m 6.00 p m 8.00 p m 9.00a in 10.30 a m 12.15 p m 2.00 p m 3.15 p m 5.15 p ru 8.00 p m Does Your Stomach Bother You? Dr. Shoop’s Restorative Cures All Distressing Stomach Troubles Through the Inside Nerves. As you value your health and happiness don’t letrloct to care for the slightest stomach pain ion’t let it go. At the first sign of distress use Or. Shoop’s Restorative and end all these iroubles. These aches are signals—they are jymptoms of corning disease—is it wise to ignore ;hein? You who never eat a hearty meal with* >ut a sense of fullness A. followed by a period )f lassitude odrowsiness beware. Neglect these and you surely nvite distressing AjpflsiMlA indigestion—von’ll oecome a sallow,miserable dys peptic. Do you > 4jjpPJs™^ v eiperience any these toms ? -- dis tress after /MiXsik eating, return* ng of food t,n mouth, ynawing at tfiWWiPy Pit of stora* £ as * belch ing of win loss of appe tite. heartburn, xjjfigs ja gjngHW’headache, clig zlness? If yo in any of these ways, your>SHUR | SR r and ut y is clear there is but open to you— strengthen the insidevU^nerves —these special stomach nerves off forever this evidence of disease. Put''the digestive nerves in condition to act as nature intended they sbov a*. Don’t drug, don’t force—just give the insidh nerves natural force, gentle tonic, nature’s helpv Dr. Shoop’s Restorative (Tablets or Liquid) should be taken to do this—it is the only pre scription which builds up, or even attempts is restore the inside stomach nerr * Sold by M. M. SWEET Indigestion Causes Catarrh of tlie Stomach. For many years it has been supposed that Catarrh of the Stomach caused indigestion and dyspepsia, but the truth is exactly the opposite. Indigestion causes catarrh. Re oeated attacks of Indigestion inflames the mucous membranes lining the stomach and exposes the nerves of the stomach, thus caus ing the glands to secrete mucin instead of the juices of natural digestion. This is called Catarrh of the Stomach. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure relieves all inflammation of the mucous membranes lining the stomach, protects the nerves, and cures bad breath, sour risings, a sense of fullness after eating, indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach troubles. Kodol Digests What You Eat Make the Stomach Sweet. Bottles only. Regular size, $ 1.00, holding 2Vi time* the trial size, which sells for 50 cents, prepared by E. C. DeWITT & CO., Chicago, IIL M. M. SWEET A Card W*, the undersign* and, on herein agr e t > refund t’.e money on a 50- ceni bottle of Green’s Warranted Svi up of Tar if it fails to cure your com hor cold. We also guarantiee a 25-c* j nt bottle to prove .satisfact ory or money refunded. Fox Bros, PATENTS i V / " '.i'/ : and TRADE-MARKS promptly obtained in all countries, or no fee. We obtain PATENTS THAT PAY. advertise them thoroughly, at ou? expense, and nelp you to success. Send model, photo or sketch for FREE report on patentability. 20 years’ practice. SUR PASSING REFERENCES. Forfree Guide Book on Profitable Patents write to 503-303 Seventh Street. WASHINGTON, P. C. D SWIFT*® When you want anything in the line of job printing The Times can supply vour wants in first-class shape. Presidential Election will make no chatifte. No matter which candidate is Foley’s Honey and Tar will remain the people’s favorite remedy for coughs, colds and incipient con sumption. It cures colds quickly and prevents pneumonia, A. J. Nusbaum, Batesville, Ind., writes: “I suffered for three months with a severe cold. A druggist prepared me some medicine, and a physician prescribed for me. yet I did not im prove. I then tried Foisy’s Honey and Tar and eight doses cured me.” Sold by Q. W. Frost. The new Pure Food and Drug Law will mark it on the label of every Cough Cure containing Opium, Chloroform, or any other stupitying or poisonous drug. But it passes Dr. Shoop’s Cough Cure as made for 20 years, entirely free, Dr. Shoop ail along has bitterly opposed the use of all opiates or narcotics. Dr. Shoop’s Cough Cure is absolutely safe even for the youngest babe — and it cures, it does not simply sup press. Get a safe and reliable Cough Cure, by simply insisting on having Dr. Shoop’s. 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Incipient consumption is cured by Foley’s Honey and Tar, but we do not hold out false hopes to consump tives by claiming that it w ll cure this dread disease in the advanced stages; but if the lungs are not too far gone Foley’s Honey and Tar will effect a cure, as it stops the racking coughs and soothes the inflamed air passages living them a chance to heal, and even in the advanced stages it always gives comfort and relief. A. A. Herren, of Finch. Ark., writes: “Foley’s Honey and Tar is the best preparation for coughs and lung trouble. I know that it has cured consumption in the first stages.” Sold by Q. W. Frost, A A Prominent Trainman. The many friends of G. H. Hau san. Engineer L. D. & W. R R. t at present living in Lima, 0., will be pleased to krow of his recovery from threatened kidney disease. He says: “I was cured by using Foley’s Kidney Cure, which I recom mend to all, especially to trainmen, who are usually similarly afficted.’’ Sold by Q. W. Frost. 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