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The Washburn times. [volume] (Washburn, Wis.) 1896-1976, October 18, 1906, Image 5

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ftetos of Interest
o Local Personal.
Gold Fish and Canary birds at
99c store.
For strickly fresh eggs go to
Carsons.
Girl wanted— Good wages, easy
work, no washings, apply at Geo.
W.';Fox residence.
Miss Rose Ross is very sick with
typhoid fever.
The steamer Cranage is loading
grain at the elevator.
Joe LaPointe, spent Sunday in
the city visiting friends.
The Maurice Grover loaded grain
at the elevator Saturday,
Minnie Lindstrom is quite sick
with an attack of the typhoid.
The Akeley and Sprague planing
mill started up Monday for a short
run.
Chairman Hobbs of Iron River
was in the city a short time Tues
day.
A party was given at the home ot
Mrs. Jake Segal last Friday after
noon.
A baby boy was born to Mr. and
> Mrs. William Barnhardt Tuesday
morning.
Miss Annie Anderson returned
Saturday evening from a visit to
Hayward.
The Lozen, Street and Godfrey,
lumber carriers, were in port dur
ing the week.
Mrs. Irving Spaeth, of Spooner,
visited in the city a few days dur
ing the week.
Thomas Dukelow and fami'y left
Saturday for their new home in
Chippewa Falls,
Miss Olga Solberg, of Bayfield,
visited friends in the city last Satur
day and Sunday.
Miss Gena Stafnev, ot Bayfield,
visited friends and relatives iu tne
city Sunday last. *
A large number of teachers went
to Ashland last Saturday afternoon
to attend the matinee.
Mrs. E. J. Lamb has been in the
city a few days visiting friends.
She formerly lived here.
A party was given at the Kenfleld
home last Friday evening in honor
of Miss Ethel Dukelow.
Minnie Mellum is reported as be
ing very sick, suffering from an
attack of typhoid fever.
For Sale:—Cast Iron, base burner
wood stove for sale cheap. Call at
residence of M. C. Lincoln.
V. King and wife were here from
Odanah Sunday to spend the day
visiting friends and relatives.
Grace Swain was home Sunday
vlrom her school near Ashland and
spent the day with her parents.
Phil Lillev has been appointed
Alderman from the fifth ward in
place of Thos Dukelow, resigned.
Mrs. Alfred Marsh visited with
her daughter Mrs. H. J. Mooney, at
Odanah a few days during the week.
The young people gave a party at
the Masonic Hall last Friday even
ing in honor ef Miss Ethel Dukelow.
“Old Arkansaw” played at the
Opera House in this city last Fri
day evening to a fair sized audience.
May Graham who has been very
sick during the past few weeks with
typhoid lever is reported as improv
ing.
Philip Milier had the thumo on
his left hand cut quite badly last
Saturday while engaged in cutting
wood.
The Beausoliel property on the
corner of Washington avenue and
Bayfield street is being fixed up in
fine shape.
Conductor Charles Lee was up
from Spooner last Sunday in charge
of a friegbt train bringing in fifty
cars of grain.
Miss Helen Preston left last Sun
day for Minneapolis after visiting
with friends in this city for two or
three months.
Mrs, F. W. Jones, who has been
visiting her pai'ents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H, Irish, left Saturday for her
home in Chicago.
When you w r aut good fresh dairy
butter go to Carsons.
If you want dry mill wood or bard
wood Wm. Olson can supply your
wants. Both phones.
Get your ferns and bulbs at the
99c store.
Money to loan on long terms. At
the Washburn Loan & Building As
sociation.
Walter Duffy has been very sick
this week with typhoid fever.
Andrew Shields of Port Wing was
in the city Saturday on business.
Editor Currie G. Bell of the Bay
field Press was in the city Monday.
The schooner B. B. Buckhout is
loading lumber at the Thompson
docks.
A. Paulson left Tuesday for
Oberum, N. D. where he will look
over farm lands. He will be gone
three or four days,
Mrs. Mike Maher returned Satur
day evening from Milwaukee and
other points where she has been for
the past three weeks.
In a game of ball Sunday between
the Washburn base ball team and a
team of scrubs, the Washburn team
was defeated by a score of 15 to 3.
The ladies’ aid society of the M.
E. church met at the home of Mrs.
Harrv Wieman yesterday afternoon.
A large number were in attendance,
Mrs. H. J. Conlin has been very
sick during the week, her mother
Mrs. Boutin and her sister Mrs.
Laßonte have both been in the city.
The ladies of the Maccabbees will
hold a pumpkin pie social at their
hall next Thursday evening, Oct.
-sth. All are cordially invited to
attend.
The ladies aid seciety of the Con
gregational church will meet next
Wednesday afternoon Oct, 24th, in
the church parlors, Members are
requested to come.
Bernard Lee, who has been work
ing at Bessmer during the summer
has returned to the city. He ex
pects to work for the Stearns Lum
ber Cos. at Odanah during the winter
months.
at Bayfield last Sunday a
team driven by F. T. Yates run
away. While coming down the big
hill one of the straps broke and the
horses run away. Luckily no one
was injured,
V. T. Neander is acting as official
court reporter during this term of
court. Mr. Neander came here re
cently from North Dakota. He may
be appointed as the regular man in
this circuit.
Luther Bates was at Bayfield
Saturday afternoon to attend a
meeting of the G. A. R. at that
place. Of the eleven civil war vet
erans in attendance the average age
was sixty-five.
The Beaver Queens will meet in
social session next Tuesday evening
at 7.30 at the home of Mrs. w. B.
Dutiv, on Pine street. Members
will please take notice of change in
the hour 7.30 p. m.
WANTED—Men in each state to
travel, tack signs and distribute
samples and circulars of our goods.
Salary SBO per month. $3.00 per
day for expenses, Saunders Cos.,
Dept S, 46 50 Jackson Boulevard,
Chicago.
The steamer I. W. Nicholas dis
charged a cargo of coal at the fuel
docks the latter part of last week.
The large steel boat was out in the
storm the first of last week on Lake
Superior and was considerably da
maged about the cabins.
Chr. Christenson, of Gardiner
111., who has been called here by the
people of the Norwegian Lutheran
church to take the pastorship will
be here next Sunday at which time
he will deliver a sermon at 10:30 in
the morning. It is not vet known
whether he will accept the pastor
ship of the church.
Money to loan on easy terms.
Call on L. N. Clausen Sec’y.
We are in the market for from
one to ten thousand cords of 4 ft.
bolts any kind of sound wood goes,
Kenfield & Lamoreaux.
Piles quickly and positively dured
with Dr. Shoop’s Magic Ointment.
It’s made for Piles alone —and it
does the work surely and with sat
isfaction. Itching, painful, protru
ding or blind piles disappear like
magic by its use. Large, Nickel
Capped glass jars, 50 cents. Sold
and recommended by M. M. Sweet.
HEMLOCK CONTRACT
George Wilkinson to Log Hemlock on
Madeline Island.
10,000,000 Feet to be Cut. —
Sawing to be Done at the
Thompson Mill Here
During the past week George
Wilkinson, the well known North
Wisconsin contractor and logger
closed a contract with M, Hatha
way & company, of Chicago, for
the logging of ten million feet of
hemlock on Madeline island dur
ing the coming winter. Mr.
Wilkinson will operate a camp
with a crew of over a hundred
men and expects to start upon
the contract about the middle of
the coming month. The logs
will be rafted at the island and
towed to this city next summer
where they will be sawed in the
Thompson mill.
Last Friday a blind team owned
by the Hines Lumber company
were drowned by falling off the dock
near the old mill site. The team
was engaged in hauling a load of
coal to the pile driver and in some
manner become frightened and went
off the dock and drowned before tl e
harnesses could be cut away.
Mrs. W. J. Maitland entertained
about thirty gue&ts at her home
last Friday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. T. L. Dukelow who left Satur
day afternoon for Chippewa Falls.
Mrs. Dukelow was presented with
an elegant cut glass dish by the
ladies present. Refreshments were
served during the afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Radtke, of
Chicago, has been visiting in the
city during the past week as the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cyr. Mr.
Cadtke recently run a large prim
ing establishment in Chicago but
has disposed of his interests and
will cow go to New York city to en
gage in business. lie will also do
considerable traveling in the east
ern states in advertising anew
printing patent.
Farm loans. Apply to L. N. Clau
sen. Sec.
$250 buys a five room house with
two lots, well located. Inquire of
Loveland company.
The Orignal.
Foley & Cos., Chicago, originated
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
remedy, and on account of the great
merit and popularity of Foley’s
Honey and Tar many imitations are
offered for the genuine. Ask for
Foley’s Honey and Tar and refuse
any substitute offered as no other
preparation will give the same sat
isfaction. It is mildly laxative. It
contains no opiates and is safest for
children and delicate persons.
Sold by Q. W. Frost.
skilled plow experts whose equal
jm Wr cannot be found in any other plow fac
tory in the world. There are many different
JMr makes of plows, each claiming to be the best, yet
JgjmSr the fact remains that three John Deere plows are
JffiW in use to one of any other kind. The John Deere Fac
tory, the largest in the world, turns out every year more TOgt
JH f plows than any five other factories combined. mHf
m Standard of flic World ll
a For Over 60 Years a
flfl The Pioneer Plow Maker, John Deere, made his first steel plow by J||||
hand from the blade of a saw: n 1837. The first slab of steel rolled in j||||
aa the United States was rolled for the John Deere plows by William |J9a
Hft Woods, of Pittsburg, in 1846. And ever since those early days
■■a Deere Plows have shown the way and maintained the lead in this
great national industry. Is it any wonder that the farmers of the
WA world express their verdict in the familiar phrase,—“lf It’s a
We make over 1000 styles of plows, each as good as it jffljljr
adk can he made,—the best that brains and perfect equip- JjmW
ment can produce. No matter what your needs may jKßup
be, we Qua supply them from our line. Jwjr
UNGRODT^#^
For the Ladies:
SWEET’S DRUG STORE.
W. G. Maxcy, D. M. Maxcy. C. O. Sowdeh
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 Washburn.
$5.00 per Day SK? s SS&S£
for The N orth western Farmkr. 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 introducing
this great farm and home journal at all faint
conventions and gatherings of farmers. Crop
reporter wanted in your county. Addreflf
C.D.BABCOCK, Editor The Northweatefß
Farmer, Menominee, Mich.
We have on hand a supply of
Ladies’ Bath Caps
a good thing to wear when you are taking
your bath, keeps your hair dry, and does
away with that wet, snarling hair, so dis
agreeable after the bath. Then the price is
so reasonable that you cant afford to be
without one.
1 Modern Bath Rooms I
| Make Modern Homes I
s|When visitors come isn’t it gratifying to have your bath room
so equipped that it wins the approving glance of every critical
eye ? Porcelain Enameled Fixtures make your bath
room modern and a room to be admired. We sell and install
this famous ware and can quote you prices that will please you.
When you place your plumbing contract with us you are assured
of high -grade work and prompt service. Booklet illustrating many
neat bath rooms sent free.
WASHBURN PLUMBING & HEATING CO.•-
use have Just received
A fine iine of Men's
Heavy and Light
Underwear
For F~II and Winter.
The Prices are Righl.
0 DAVIDSON-

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