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   Daily Globe (Newspaper) - July 13, 1937, Ironwood, Michigan                                TUESDAY, JULY IS, 1937. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia i COPF. NCA SWVIW. INC. T. M. Mfc MT. OFF, City Treasurer Gets in I Fines and Costs Dur- ing Month. Seven reckless driving cases were among the 40 misdemeanor cases disposed of in municipal court dur- ing the month of June, according to the monthly report submitted by Judge Robert R. Wright to the city commission yesterday. Seventeen cases of parking viola- tions and other offenses against traffic laws also were disposed of by the court. Thirteen cases of drunk- enness and disorderly conduct also brought before the court, to- gether with one case of assault and battery, in -which the defendant was found not guilty, and one case of transferring license plates. In the state law cases, two de- fendants received suspended sent- ences when they left town, four were sent to jail for a total of 50 days, one was put on probation for six months, another was put on probation for a year, two com- plaints were withdrawn, and two paid fines and costs amounting to In city ordinance cases was collected in fines and in court costs. In 14 civil cases in fees was collected. The sum of was turned over to the county treasurer as fines in state cases and was turned ov- er to the city treasurer as fines, court costs, and fees in criminal and civil actions. The county also was billed for in costs in state law cases. IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICH. he does not intend to check any bets in building a case for himself against Joe Louis "It's history that the world's first Negro heavy- weight champion took the title from a British says Farr "It's logical now that an Eng- lishman takes the title from the second Negro to hold it." The Welsh coal miner banks on the law of averages Well, that's as good as any other to a bloke tossed In there with the Brown Bomber Lou Ambers ineists that Pedro Mon- tanez post a forfeit guar- anteeing him another match at weight within 90 days in the event that the Puerto Bican wins the lightweight leadership in one of four championship contests which Mike Jacobs will promote as one card at the Yankee Stadium Reward by County For Arrest of Blasters the week of Aug. 23 Ken Lun- day, Percy Sanders, and Jim How- ell of the 1933 Arkansas line will play with the New York profession- al Giants this fall It is expec- ted that Roosevelt Raceway again will be revised for a Pan-Ameri- can race, involving drivers from North and South America, Sept. 4 The cry is for sustained speed, which means an oval. "Next time you say This one's on the just remember it was my lemon that set us up in business." PENINSULA NEWS Lives With Ranger Harold S. Vanderbilt lives with NEARING 104 TEARS Tucker, who THE SPORTS ROUNDUP BY EDDIE BRIETZ New York, July it on the heat A radio editor said: "Sailing enthusiasts will be interested in listening to the Vand- erbilt Cup race tomorrow." Haw! (He is still blushing) Another expert: "DIMaggio has yet to prove he was not just a flash in the pan last year." Joe answered the next day by belt- ing two homers, a triple, a double and a single Western scribe reported: "Van Lingle Mungo, Carl Hubbell and Dizzy Dean will work in three inning shifts for the senior league (in the all-star game) and that means the American leaguers are in for a rough afternoon" DiJ he say rough? ears burning? Are his four years ago suggested that John D. Rockefeller take up jigging as a means of acquiring his desired one-hundredth birthday, will be 104 years old next October 30. Mr. Tucker, who once worked with Thomas A. Edison in Edison's experiments with the telephone, has lived 74 years in Michigan, the last nine in Munising. Recently a type of paralysis has affected his legs and he spends most of his time in bed or in chairs. He lives with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tucker, and his grand- son, Leon Tucker. He was born in East Gillinsberg, Ont., in 1833. On coming t6 the United his first stop was in Port Huron, where he met Edison. WILLIAM STREHL DIES Escanaba William Strehl, 57, well-known local resident for more than 30 years, passed away at the St. Francis hospital in Escanaba early Saturday evening following an illness of less than a week. Death was due to pneumonia. Strehl was born in January 57 years ago at Buffalo. New York, and came to Manistique more than 30 years ago from Mancelona, Mich. There will be a dinner Thursday evening, August 19, at the Doug- lass and a dance later in the even- ing at the Onigaming Yacht club. Musical numbers will be presented by the "Singing Violins" and the Harmony quartet. A golf tourney will be held Friday afternoon on the Portage lake course. ADDIE CONNORS DIES Addie Connors, 62, died at Friday morning at her home, 311 South Lake street, after an illness of three weeks. Miss Connors was born May 27, 1875, in Ishpeming, and had resided here all her life. She was active in the St. John's parish, was a member of the Royal Neighbors and the ladies' auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. She leaves the following brothers and sisters: John, of Ishpeming; Mrs. Dennis Hickey, of Negaunee; Julia, of Ishpeming; Gertrude Crabb, of Ishpeming; and Richard Crabb, of Negaunee. Ranger, which he will sail against Endeavour II in defense of the America's Cup in the international match off Newport, starting July 31 Vanderbilt's quarters are on the Vara, his Diesel yacht, an- chored just alongside Ranger in Brenton Cove Ranger practic- ally has monopolized the commo- dore's attention this year, just as the Enterprise did in 1930 and the Rainbow in '34 Bill Fleming at 24 is the youngest trainer and dri- ver on the Grand Circuit this sum- mer He is a son of Vic Flem- ing, as daring and expert a reins- man as ever wore silks bel Vinson, women's national ure skating champion, and Bobby McLean, speed skater, head an ice carnival troupe that will United States next winter Meade, great lightweight ruled off the track by the Flonda commission two years ago, been denied reinstatement the last decade only one man who had rowed previously to matricu- lating there tried out for a Wash- Bessemer, July conserv- ation committee decided yesterday to recommend to the county board that a reward be offered for in- formation leading to arrest and conviction of persons blasting or netting fish in lakes and streams of Gogebic county. Signs will be post- ed to that effect on county streams and lakes. As the territory is too 'large for enforcement officers to adequately mtrol, this effort to secure the co- operation of the public was decid- ed to be made. Dan Raess, district conservation supervisor, reported a foot net had been found at Clark lake. The committee will also recom- mend that an effort be made to ad- vance the date of the dfuck season 15 days to avoid the unfavorable weather of the present shooting period. The season now opens No- vember 1. The change would make October 15 the opening date. Copies of the resolution, if adopted by the board, will be sent to all county boards of the Upper Peninsula, to fre department of biological survey, Congressman Frank E. Hook and Mari- Don jockey has In ington crew the varsity. He couldn't make He was assistant keeper of th Eleven Foot Shoal for 11 years and has been assistant keeper of the Gabby Hartnett, big. good-natur- lighthouse oh the Minneapolis ed catcher of the Cubs, said a shoal since it was built. He was mouthful: "Joe Medwick's only bat- ting weakness is a base on balls" Coast writers say Big Boy Bray, Los Angeles Negro welter- weight, looks like Joe Louis, but didn't say whether in the face or how The White Sox collect- ed for renting their park for the Braddock-Louis brawl Don Budge's performance abroad indicates he ought to take two Dav- is Cup singles matches and help Gene Mako win the doubles. taken ill at the lighthouse Sunday and was taken to the Escanaba hospital Wednesday. cits CAMP WORKER DIES Anderson, 57, Ho hum, they are trying to get Jimmy Johnston out of the Garden, again The Cubs seem to have just the type of ball team the fans go for It was 12 years ago to- day that Dazzy Vance of the Dodg- ers h'.mg up his National league strike-out record by whiffing 17 St. Louis Cardinals in a 10-inning game Tommy Bridges, of the Tigers, who toiled in the all-star game says "National league hit- ters aren't as tough as our fellows." People all over recognize real class That AP picture of Dick Bartell, hustling, scrappy Giant shortstop, receiving a loving cup from admirers, was printed in pa- pers all over the country Just for the records. Max Schmeling has squared himself with Mike Jacobs Did it out of that tax refund the government gave him Carl Hubbell will be on the faculty when Terry Tech (Bill Ter- ry's baseball school) is revived next spring. Frank Demaree of the fast-step- ping Cubs, gives you a tip on how years old, an unmarried man em- ployed in the Alfred Oja lumber camp about six miles southwest of Gwmn, died at Friday after- noon in the Ishpeming hospital where he was taken early Friday morning after he had been run over by an empty pulpwood truck owned and driven by Clifford Dugas, of the New Swanzey location, near Gwinn. tour. This to improve your hitting he said "Spike "I did. I cut a gash in the middle of my right hand (by mistake of course) Ever since I have been hitting around .350" either He wasn't fooling One day last week he collected eight hits in 11 times at bat. TO DEDICATE AIRPORT Ishpeming Marquette county's new airport on US-41 between Ne- gaunee and Marquette will be dedi- cated with the arrival in the coun- ty. July 29, of the Michigan air decision was reached at a meeting of the Marquette county branch of the National Aeronautic association, held in the Mather Inn and attended by 27 members and guests. Details of the dedication services will be placed in the hands of a committee to be named by Car! Tauch, of Marquette, president of the Aeronautical unit. Yesterday's Stars (By The Associated Press) Joe Medwick and Si Johnson, got three hits, one a double, and batted in three runs in 6-5 defeat of Pirates; latter fanned pinch-hitter in ninth with tying run on base. Wayne LaMaster, Giants to six hits and two runs be- fore he was lifted for pinch-hitter aiKi earned credit for 6-3 victory. CHARLES JANSON RETIRES Menominee Charles G. Janson 25 years a Ford dealer in Menom- inee and one of the oldest Fore dealers in Michigan, has announced his retirement from business anc purchase of the garage and auto sales businesses of his company in Menominee and Marinette by Her- bert J. Norton of Escanaba. The change is effective immediately. Mr. Janson retains ownership ,of the Janson garage building at Og- den avenue and Carpenter streets which he will lease to Mr. Norton New cars of the Janson company will be taken over by Mr. Norton under terms of the transaction, to- gether with garage equipment, bu' Mr. Janson will dispose of his used car stock himself. Yankee Family- Detroit Waits- Farr vs ____BY HARRY GRAYSON New York, July as has The New York Yankees' Newark farm club already has an 18-game lead in the International League and Atley Donald, an unbeaten freshman pitcher who has bagged 13 enagagements The Giants are finding that it takes time to build in the minors, :oo Props are required to hold their Jersey City branch in the standings Washington asked for it and Detroit did not, which is why the All-Star game was played at Griffith Stadium the oth- The effort to get a pike hatchery at Lake Gogebic as a WPA project has not materialized, so it was de- cided to draw up new and less elab- orate plans. An effort will be made to have it erected with CCC labor. The county would use it has set aside for the hatchery project to pay for materials. In drawing up the plans the committee will seek the co-opera- tion of the road commission, Ot- tawa forest, officials and Ralph Marks, superintendent of the fish hatchery at Watersmeet. The committee decided to re- commend to the county board that the crib he extended at the mouth of Black .River and not more than be expended. Cribs were con- structed at the mouth last year to keep drifting sand from closing the channel. golf championships for boys and girls. The boys competed at Cherry Hill Golf club, with the girls matching shots at Hinsdale. Sid Richardson, winner of the boy's crown in 1936, has-vacated his title because of the 20-year age limit and a close battle for the title was expected. Three favorites will be Joe Franco, runner-up last season, Joe Fall, 1936 han medalist, and Tommy Shee- Jr., No 1 man on the Notre Dame golf team. Miss Edith Estabrooks of Dubu- que, la., will defend her junior title, which she won last year at De- troit. MR. BEAR VISITS FARM HOME AND CLIMBS TREE Juniors Qualify For Meet Today conservation commis- i hole qualifying rounds opened com- sion. petition today in the western junior Mellen, July Jensen, a farmer from the Mineral lake dis- trict, west of Mellen, reported in the city Monday that in all the 40 years he has been a resident in the territory he has never seen bear as> tame as this year. He said that Sunday night a black bear came into his farm yard and made him- self at home. Mr. Jensen's ne- phew, Adolph Jensen Jr., of De- troit, who is spending the summer there had just gone into a field near-by to shoot gophers and soon saw the bear between himself and the house. He began yelling "bear" which brought his uncle into the yard with his heavy rifle NINE The bear climbed a tree when a car from Everett's cottage at Lake 18 arrived and was entertained by ihe bear's antics. Later the bear returned to the ground and stood with his back to the tree while Mr. Jensen advanced and 'touched him with his gun. When Mr. Bear got ready he sauntered into the woods and disappeared. Jerry Sullivan, of Dublin, Ire- land, is in the city visiting his uncle, John O'Donahue Sr., and his family. Captain Walter Manning of the U. S. medical corps, is in the city visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Manning. He is on his way to New York City from the Twin Cities. He expects to be located in the east. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ainard Nyberg on July 6 at their home in this city. Miss Helen Stankovich is in Chi- cago where she will visit relatives and friends for a short time. A. G. Meredith of Oshkosh was a visitor in the city at the home of his parents last week. Mrs. Bernard Michel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gilligan, who was critically ill in an Ashland hospital last week, is reported re- covering. Mrs. C. C. Christie, son Alvin and daughter Janet, have returned from a motor trip that included Minne- apolis, where they visited rela- tives. Classified Advertising PHONE 1100 Ask for an Ad-Taker Read the Ads Today? Announcements Monuments and Cemetery Lots 6 IP YOU ARE purchase of a memorial we urge that you sec our line. Price comparisons Invited. PENINSULA MEMORIALS Ironwood. Mich. ptione 1330-W Announcements passengers. Leaving for De- troit Saturday morning. Inquire Roy Hayval, Bessemer, Mich. er afternoon After the 1936 edition was presented at the Bos- ton National League park it was expected that this year's produc- tion would go to an American League orchard in the west, and the right location was Navin Field Now Detroit appears out un- til 1940 The 1938 show is slated for Cincinnati, and Yankee Sta- dium and the New York World's Fair get the tilt in '39 Cletus Elwood Poffenberger's curve doesn't remind you of Ginger Rogers, but his fast one doesn't waste any time, and he showed so much pitching instinct, determination, and nerve as an emergency relief worker that Detroit is starting him The young man from Mary- land via Beaumont has been pitch- ing for less than three seasons. Law of Averages Tommy Parr makes it plain that Ztetfrs Sam Francis Signed Chicago, July Chi- cago Bears lineup contained an- other great fullback Francis, former University of Neb- raska ace. Francis, a practically unanimous choice for honors in 1936, signed with the National Pro fessional Football League club yes- terday for one season. He joins a croup of stars which includes two of the best fullbacks in pro ranks, Bronko Nagurski and Jack Man- ders former Minnesota greats. Francis will report to the Bears in August and will pass up a trip to Japan as a shot putter on' an American track team. He hopes to play with the collegiate all-stars in a charity game here Sept 1 against the professional champion- ship Green Bay Packers. Results of Fights (BY Tho Associated Press' Chicago Sammy Angott. 131, Louisville, Ky., outpointed Jimmy Christy, 131, Chicago, Georgie Feist, 124, Grand Forks, N. D., stop- ped Pat O'Brien, 122, Milwaukee, (Kid> Cocoa, New Haven, knocked out Werther Arcelli, Boston, weights un- available. Des Schaft, 148, Minneapolis, outpointed Les Morris, Rock Island, 111., Louisville, Payne, 135 1-2, Louisville, outpointed Lloyd Pine, 131, Akron, WOULD YOU BE In a convenient summer home, with mil screened sides, also heavy duck canvas all around? This house has tour single beds table, stove, and two chairs, and the wonderful part is. this house is built on a high-grade trailer with S.25X 18" tires, also a spare. This house when folded up is nothing but a box, but can be all set up in six minutes. Will be sold lor only 00. On display HANSON BROS. Wakefifld's Chevrolet Dealer at Societies and Leases IEONWOOD 389 F. A. M. Regular communication Thursday, Aug- ust 12 1937 nt 7 30 p. m. F. Q. Bap- plnKton. W. M.: C. W. Holt. Strayed, Lost, Found 10 DOG fox terrier 1 year olrt. White with 2 brown spots. 156 Francis St. Reward.______________ Sioux Eddie Wenstob, MEDICS WILL MEET large delegation of members of the Marquette-Alger County Medical association will at- tend the Upper Peninsula Medical society convention in Houghton, August 19 and 20, officers said. Reg- istration will be at the Douglass House and the program will be given in the Houghton high school. WARM WEATHER and perspiration wear clothes and quickly ruin the appearance. Dry Cleaning and frequent Pressing are certain means of retaining the newness and durability of them. DYE WORKS Next to GOt HOB IroiHMOd, Mkh. 178, Winnipeg, Canada, outpointed Henry Jones, 178, Fort Dodge, la., Philadelphia Eddie Cool, 136 1-2 Philadelphia, drew with Al Casimini, 136 1-2, Few York, In England, at Bishop's Palace Mere, Wells, there is a group of swans which ring a bell for service whenever they want food. See Us For Expert Arc Welding By Welding Technician Portable Welding Equipment HURLEY STEAM BOILER WORKS Lambrix Son 107 5th Ave. N. Ph. 167-M DUMP BODIES Made To Standard Or Individual Specifications Get Our Prices Standard Damp Bodies In Stock! Antomotive Automobiles for Sale U ON Dodge open panel Va Terraplane DC luxe 2 ton door Brougham 1937 d'emonstrator. A real buy! OTTO BROTHERS, Bessemer THE EA3IS8T shop around {or a good used car buy is to read these ads every day until you see the one you are looking for. _______ ALL ROADS LEAD TO THE ARMORY Where quality used cars and trucks are bought, sold and traded. Special July prices now in effect. Easy terms. Your present car will serve down payment on a better used car Armory Used Car Exchange E. McLeod' Ave. Ironuood Phone 1612 1936 PLYMOUTH DELUXE COACH Runs and looks like new. A guaranteed used car. neat car insid< 1834 Chevrolet Coach- and out. Both at the Milavetz USED CAR AND TRUCK MARKET Ante Tracks for Sale 12 TWO WHEEL license Inquire at Store. Phone 585. the Johnson Musi 1936 FORD V-8 TON WITH DUMP BOX. CALL 942-J._________ Auto Tires, Parts all makes of cars. Larges stock of new and used parts on ft ranee. Glass. Machine shop service. O. K. ADTO PARTS W. Aurora St. Ironwood Phone 71' TRUCK TIRE 8 pi 1.00x20 8 ply S24.45, 32.00x6 1 S'y Battery special, 13 plat rant Battery (exch.) 50. HUHLE1 TIRE Sc REPAIR CO. Phone 1298. Motorcycles and Bicycles 1 HENDERSON 4 CYLINDER For sale. One new tire. New battery Runs very good. Paint like new. Chea BESSEMER AUTO CO. Pord Dealer on U. S. 2.________Phone 1 Business Service Business Services Offered 1 FOR paper hanging ca an Lloyd Hovseth. 1044 Douglas Blvd., phone 1038. THE MATTRESS here again Have your mattresses renovated an recovered. Phone 478. Emtl Skubal. LONOBR LIFE you furs when they are cleaned at O'DON NELL'3 STYLS SHOP FUR DEPT 60. CLASSIFIED ADVlRTieirJO INFORMATION All are restricted to their proper classification and to the regular style of type. The publisher reserves the right to edit or reject classified adver- tising copy. Errors In advertising should be re- ported Immediately. The Ironwood Dally Globe will not be responsible for more than one Incorrect Insertion. Charged ads from responsible parties will be received by telephone and If paid within ten days after day of flrst Insertion cash rates will be allowed. Advertising ordered for Irregular Inser- tions takes the one time rate. No ad 1.1 taken for lesa than a basis of three lines. Count flve average words to the line. An average word contains let- ters. Ads ordered for three or six times stopped before expiration will be charged for only the number of times the ad appeared and adjustments made at the rate earned. Five, thirteen, Hfty- two week rates quoted upon request. Carefnl attention riven mall or- ders. Cash must accompany all out-of- town ads. The Dally Globe makes on earnest effort to keep its advertising columns free from deceptive and dishonest announcements. Readers are ro- quested to report unsatisfactory dealings with any advertiser. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING HATES Daily rate per line for consecutive In- sertions: Charge Cash .12 .10 .08 One Time .................15 Three Times 3ix Times Minimum Cash Balea For Clasilfled Advertising One Three Six Time Timea Tiraei Number ol 12c 100 80 Words Lines line line I to 15 I 8 .36 .90 I 1.44 II! to .48 I l.ZO 1.95 .fiO 1.50 I to 30 I g I .TC I I 31 lo 35 171 M I 1.10 3.30 K I .98 I 2.40 I 41 lo 45 I 1-lia I t.-.Q I 4.32 The above costs apply on all ads paid within 10 from the date of flrsl insertion. __ WHEN AND WHERE TO PLACS YOUR ADS The Classified Advertising Department is situated at The Ironwood Daily Globe building, 118 McLeod Ave. This onice is open to receive adver- tisements from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. dally. Saturday evening until 8 o'clock. All ads received up until 11 a. m. will ap- pear in editions tbe same day. Ads re- ceived after 11 a. m. may be published under "Too Late to Classify" U tbe advertiser wishes. Phone Your Classified 1100. The Ad Taker will gladly assist you 1! desired so that the copy for your md Is prepared In such a manner as to bring the greatest results to you.___________ Business Service Live Stock Building and Contracting 19 Horses. Cattle. Other Stock 18 Merchandise Jewelry. Watches. Diamonds 60 WRIST handsome wrist watch with a sturdy John Albert Jeweler______Bus Machinery and Tools 81 ONE 5 H. P. volt, 19 2 phafie, 60 cycles. Reconditioned. Good as new. Arvey Ahonen, phone 1306 or 691. DRILL Walker Turner Drill Press complete with motor for IRONWOOD HARDWARE. Phone 52 Musical Merchandise 62 f. T. tuning and servic- ing. Representative lor new and UKd pianos. Residence Johnson Music 565. 62B volt farm Late model. 5 tubes. Magic eye. Price S19.00. Radio Ken at Schneider's. ENJOY MOTORING THIS SUMMERI 1938 Crosley Auto Radios and up. WILLIAMS RADIO APPLIANCE CO. 312 Silver St. Hurley Phone 756 Specials at the Stores 64 Ladies and Gents. Overnight cases. Wardrobe cases. City Leather Goods Store in Bessemer. FOR POSITIVE Re-roof with copper-bound shingles. Thicker Heavier Better. NTER3TATE FLOOR ROOFING CO. Phone 214S 1268 T A. Porter______________ P. B. Jerow Signs "WE SIGN ANYTHING" In Neon. In Bold or stiver lettering. UNITED SIGN CO. 214 W. Aurora St. Phone 1324 a local at all IT'S GOOD To buy your Neon sign from to service it tinAcme Outdoor Displays D. S. Elsemore Phones 270 and 1632 Employment Help 32 girl for house- work. Apply at Apt. P, Morgan Manor after p. m. ior general housework. Good wages. Apply in person at 174 Michigan Ave. ____ OFFICE by local retail store. Must be experienced bookkeeper. Apply by letter to Box L. Globe.______ Help 33 GOOD BODY at the Bes- semer Auto Company on U. S. 2. Phone Financial Business Opportunities MEAT MARKET AND GROCERY STORE sale. Located in Ironwood. Com- plete with modern equipment and stock will handle. Inquire Box Globe. ___________________ Money to 40 WE LOAN ON PERSONAL You repay on convenient monthly basis. Bring your financial problem to FINANCE co. 224V'a E. Aurora St. Phone 1718 L-0-A-N-S ON YOXJB OWN SIGNATURE QUICK CONFIDENTIAL CIERVICEI We make casb loans on cars. Liberty Loan Corporation 321 E. McLeod Ave. 1701. Ironwood. Michigan. (Successors to Great Northern Acceptance Corp.) USE DAILY GLOBE CLASS IFIED ADS FOR RESULTS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS A Boomerang By Blower AMD AWOTHER THING.' BETTER LET ME CHECK THOSE BRAkES...-THSY LOOK CAPA- BLE or STOPPING THIS CAR IW THE REQUIRED TTHENCLEAWTHE MUD OFF THE LICEWSE AMD THAT TAIL LIGHT WIRE OF SH..H-H WE HAVE A TRAMP 1W OUR TRAILER HE HAS A RE THE TRAMP THESE WDS CALLED UP ABOUT, EH? BEEW? GEE, IT'S GOOD SEE -jtXJ AGA1W HEY: WE CALL. UP ABOUT HIM, OR DID HE I PHONEO I POLICE i HEAB- YOURS IS BROKEM: BETTER SKiEAK T. M. MG. U. S. FAT. 1M7 UST A trucklosd of big cheap horses. Call and see them before they are ail gone. PRANK MILES Junction ol 51 and Wis. !RAND NEW BUNCH OP Sunday. All broke and nice bunch of horses. Terms if desired. Will take cows in trade. At Michela's barn in Bessemer. HORSES FOR SALE ome good heavy farm horses and a few cheap horses for haying. Also some Guernsey milch cows to freshen soon. We pay highest prices for cattle. Phone 917 or write Rovelsky Co., Ironwood. BEEP For sale. At House No. 101, Bonnie location. Louis Tibaldo. ONE sale, just freshened One milk cow to freshen in August. Powers Road, Little Girl's Point or in- quire 444 E. Tamarack St. ARMER'3 find it easy to sell livestock, farm and dairy products through ttiese ads.___________ Poultry and Supplies 49 White Wyandot laying hens for saTe. Mrs. C. O. Anderson by Coop. Creamery.______________________ NOTICE! BUY NOW! All stove prices will be advanced on August 1st. BUY NOW! KALAMAZOO STOVE FURNACE CO. S. Suffolk St. Phone 1118 REX-EME Medicated Greaseless Skin cream for relief from discomforts of itchy, irritated skin, of sunburn, burns, sralas, chaflng. Also an aid to shaving. It's soothing, cooling! Just at HAMACHEK'S REX ALL DRUG STORE Real Estate for Rent Apartments and Flats 14 FURNISHED rent. Two rooms, bath, electric range and refrig- erator. 102 E. Aurora St. rooms and bath for rent. Phone 2271. Houses for Rent 17 5 ROOM Ave. N., Hurley, Wis 3 blocks from depot. Or will sell on small payments like rent. Inquire at Moose Tavern. 15 Silver St.___________ Beat M or apartment in Phone 2173. 3 room unfurnished Hurley or Ironwood. Merchandise Building Materials 53 LUMBER FOB pine and spruce. We sell for cash, and therefore, our prices are low. A. AHONEN LUMBER CO. Phone Pine St.. Ironwood. Business and Office Equipment 54 Real Estate for Sale Houses for 7 ROOM 2 Corner lo- cation. In the heart of town. Furnace. 2 A real buy if taken at once. OTTO BROTHERS, Bessemer 'OR SALE: Complete equipment for modern meat and grocery store, a bar- gain for someone starting a new mar- ket. Our 10x10 walk-in bbx. electric re- frigeration unit, 12 foot Drykold coun- ter, scales, slicer, new meat chopper, adding machine, cash register, counter, safe. etc. OLIN OLIN, Iron Mountain, Mich. ______________________ A HOME AND INCOME! Modern duplex close in on the North- side. Excellent investment proposition. A. LIEBERTHAL SON Farm Equipment TWO McCORMICK team and one 1 horse. Also several hay ted- ders to be closed out at bargain prices. Come and look them over. R. A. HEIDEMANN CO. Phone 168.______ Fuel, Feed, Fertilizer! Dry split hardwood, t ft. softwood mostly cedar. 15.00 per load. Phone 1371. A. Kentta. GREEN a load. Dry Hardwood Slabs, phone 897. MARATHON PAPER MILLS 12" GREEN 12" green (Oftwood, 12" green mixed wood. 14.2J. A. Ahonen Lbr. Co.. phone 1306 sale, cheap on farm N. of BMsemer. 9 acres of A-l quality. Write A. BuMll, Ramiay or phone UO-F3. STANDING lor Srnest Hogberg, R. F. D., Box 3. Two N. at Creamery. Ironwood._________ Household Goods 19 BABY crib. Practieallr ruw. Rtasonable 1C taken at once. 140 W. Oogeblc St. Pbone 194S-W. Itove for tale cheap. fire at Nlcholion residence, Irrm St.. Hurley. ROOMS OP practi- cally new. For sale at rtMODable prices It interested, write Box O, new and fur- niture. We have what you need and will buy, tell or trade. RAY'S U6KD FURNITURE STOHE fl. Suflollt St. Phone 1793 IS IT to you to sell the furniture or appliances you no longer use? Then call an Adtaker at 1100. conditioned refrigera- tor that requires Icing only every 4 or 1' Inquire at INTERSTATE ICE CO. 496, Hurley. John Blno. USB DAILY GLOBE CLASS- IFIED ADS FOR RESULTS Lots for Sale 85 BELIEVE IT OR lot Is In an ideal location for a filling station! It'l of a good size and close in in Iron- wood. Talk It over with D. D. Reid, SULLIVAN AGENCY, phone 1970. Lake Property for Sale 86 BUY REAL ESTATE watch these ads for a "birds-eye view" of the best current offerings. now! Bargains in lake properties! Your selection! prices the lowest ever! Large or small parcels! In- stallment payments if you desire. No Interest, no this year. E. S. HAGEN Hurley, WIs. Paul Bldf. Phones 1788 and 534. legal Notices 91 July 11 and 20. DISTRICT COtJBT OF THE fcfUTED STATES Wettcrn District el Mlchlfan Northern DMtteo In the Matter of WILLIAM PATRICK ItOBEROE Voluntary Bankrupt. No. 1177 In Bankruptcy. On this 17th day of June. A. D. 1937, on reading the petition bj uld Bankrupt for discharge. It a Ordered by the Court, That a hearing be had tipon the same on the 23d daj of August, A. D. 1997. before said Court at Marquette, In said district, at it o'clock In the forenoon, and that (hereof be published In the Ironwood Globe, a newspaper printed In iai4 dis- trict, and that all knewn creditors and other persona In Interest may appear at the same time and place and show cauie. if they here, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be (ranted. And It Is Further Ordered by Court. That the Clerk shall send by mall, to all known creditors, copies of this order, addressed to them at their placet of residence as stated. Witness, The Honorsble Fred M. mond. Judge of the said Court and teal thereof, at Marquette. in said on the 17th day of June, A. Ok trict, (Seal ef Court) Attest: ORRIB J. CLU1TER, Clerfc By FRED J. SCHULTHEI8, Deputy Cleik. lEWSPAPERr   

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