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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - October 9, 1915, Ironwood, Michigan Votes Counted and Polled Anxious Candidates are Work ing Hard to win the Prizes WE are well pleased to see the amount of energy that is being put forward in the contest for this Standard Piano by trie can didates Everything is lively and the piano seems to be on the brink of a precipice with deep holes at the bottom You dont know which hole it will drop into or which candidates home it will be placed in Remember that there are five pianos to go one absolutely free and the other four at a small cost and three extra prizes for the most popular young ladies in Gogebic county and Iron county Wis Is your girl in the race Or your friend If so you can help her by getting votes and placing them to her credit Votes are issued with every purchase at The HALLMARK store and each candidate is equipped with coupon books that increase the number of votes three for one if you purchase them of her BOOST BOOST BOOST for your favorite candidate Only Seven Days More to Enter the Race As Nominations Close on Saturday October 16th The answer to the axiom printed here two weeks ago is Brag is a Good Dog but Hold Fast is Did you send in the cor rect answer and get the two thousand votes for it Vrtes Nomination flank 10M Mrs or Miss Date Address This Blank will count 25 votes if candidate has been previously nominated USE THE COUPON opposite to put YOUR favorite into the race TRIPLET JEWELRY MUSIC THE HALLMARK STORE Phone 35SJ Ironwood Mich I I g TERSE TALES OF I I THE CITY 1 s ft fr Fine stationery at C M Beans Harry Barr is visiting relatives in Alberta Canada Furnished flat for rent Mrs H A Haact Avon hotel 4x Some special values in bluewhite diamonds at Tripletts To rent fourroom house at Jessie ville Inquire at 315 Bonnie street Mrs Elizabeth Ross and Miss Ross McLeod avenue have returned from an extended visit at Duluth John Shand has returned to Ish peming after a visit with his brother R W Shand Curry street Mr and Mrs W A Cole Mrs J W Healy and Mrs F S Larson left for Chicago Thursday evening Mrs Messersmith of Dickinson 3 is here on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs M Holemo and friends Miss Zella Banfield has started a class in piano instruction Lessons given at pupils home or at 123 south Curry street 26x The ladies of the local lodge of the Degree of Honor will give a coffee at the home of Mrs A G Wudtke on Saturday afternoon Oct 16 You are cordially invited Erie Korte manager of the local Finnish newspaper left Tuesday on a business trip to Port Arthur and Winnipeg Canada He expects to be away two weeks reliable man to rep resent us in Ironwood and vicinity Liberal commission paid good chance for advancement as branch manager The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea Minneapolis Minn 312 John sang at a home talent concert at Mellen last Friday proceeds of the entertain ment going into a fund for civic im provements It is safe to assume that the audience was pleased with Mr Watsons singing Mrs Capt Dan Sullivan of Gilbert is visiting her sisters Mrs Richard Francis and Mrs John Haw Jey as well as many friends in the village After spending about two weeks here she will go to Greenland where she will visit her brother John Welsh Mrs Sullivan was at one time a resident of Ontonagon and her many friends here are pleased to see Ontonagon Herald The new AddaPearl necklace at Tripletts Furnished front room to rent Ap ply at 656 McLeod avenue Miss Agnes Clement trained nurse 638 Sutherland street Ironwood 6x Girl wanted must be good cook Apply to Mrs E L Cullen 701 Aver street Did you notice our Alvin silver ware A chestfor the right guess C M Bean To rent new modern dwelling heat furnished Apply to John Basko 328 west Frederick street 303 To rent six large downstair rooms in desirable location water sewer and electric light Inquire of A W Patek at Jussen Triers Mr and Mrs Jerry Shea left Tues day for Milwaukee Mr Shea return ing yesterday Mrs Shea will visit in Milwaukee for several weeks Jos Sauter has returned from a business trip to Milwaukee and Minne apolis where he purchased a large stock of tobacco for his cigar factory Mr and Mrs George Nugentre turned to Watersmeet Tuesday Mrs Nugent having been here several days on account of the illness cf her moth er Mrs Donovan Mansfield street In this issue of the 2s ews Record the board of education of Ironwood township advertises for bids for the installation of a heating plant at Section 33 school Bids will be open ed Oct 25 The annual meeting of the board of supervisors of Gogebic county will convene at the court house in Besse mer Monday morning It is probable that the sessions will not be termi nated before Tuesday afternoon John G Helli and Magnus Olson were at Wakefield Saturday adjust ing the claim of Valentine Hakkala against the Finnish Mutual Insurance Co of Calumet Hakkalas property was damaged by fire on Sept 27 Everett Kearney a freshman at Be loit college has been honored by be ing pledged to join Phi Kappa Psi fra ternity during the fall rushing season just closed In all fiftysix new mem bers were pledged by the seven Beloit frats A banquet will be served at Reids hall next Tuesday evening in com memoration of Columbus Day under the direction of a committee of Iron wood council No 1396 Knights of Columbus The attendance will be limited to members of the order and their families A necessity not a luxury our foun tain pens C M Bean Scott Prime of Milwaukee visited Ironwood friends Saturday evening Dean JSTelson and Mrs Chester Shephard returned from Chicago Sun day morning Mrs Robert E Mullen and son have gone to Kalamazoo to visit Mrs Mullens mother Mrs Campbell Large front bedroom for rent suit able for one or two persons gentle man preferred 216 Marquette street See E L Appleton for monuments markers cemetery curbing Lowell streetnest door to Walker House 20x Mrs W J Williams has returned from a visit with her daughter Mrs Wm 2sancarrow at Ironwoode gaunee Herald B W Shove and Mrs Byron Shove and son left Wednesday for Rochester where they will consult the Mayo physicians regarding the con dition of Bobb Shove Let us make you that new suit Come into the shop see the tailors and be convinced that it will pay you to have your clothes made by A G Wudtke tailor 125 Ayer street Many Ironwood people will learn with regret of the death of Mrs George Heughens of Korelock Lake Gogebic which occurred at a hospital at Hancock Wednesday Mr Heugh ens is also critically ill at Hancock Hotel and boarding house keepers under a new law enacted at the last session of the legislature must begin proceedings within ten days after a boarder has failed to pay his bill if they are to find recourse in the courts Rev J B Morairty was in Mil waukee this week to see Ironwoods well known citizen John J Shea who has been at Sacred Heart sani tarium for some time Gradual but slow improvement in Mr Sheas con dition is reported The News Record has a card from the Rev A E Healey stating that he and Mrs Healey who have been visiting friends in Ontario Canada since the adjournment of the M E conference at Port Huron will return to Ircnwood Sunday morning Many people in Gogebic county learned with much regret of the death last week at Iron Mountain of August C Cook a pioneer resident of the Menominee range and one of the upper peninsulas leading lawyers Mr Cook was 58 years old and had been ill for a long time House for rentApply 131 west Ayer street 302 We are here The Social 221 E Ayer street Miss Mabel Stevens of Lake Linden is visiting friends at the Puritan mine Century and McKinley lOe editions of sheet music at Tripletts jewelry store Mrs Robert Tobin North side vis ited Mr and Mrs John Lightner at Ashland last week Two store buildings next to Curry j Hotel for rent Con Geary real es tate and insurance Miss Sarah Shycaanski teacher of voice and piano 128 W Aurora street phone 257J 2ox For Sale family driving horse and a two seat rubbertired surrey Walt er Singleton Norrie street20x Mrs J R Thompson ofllshperaing was the guest of Mr and Mrs F H Kearney returning home Monday Miss Loraine Barr who has been visiting in Minneapolis and St Paul for several weeks returned home Sunday Order your Modern Priscilla em broidery materials for gifts at the Womans Exchange 109 Norrie street Mrs George H Carah of Houghton visited her parents Capt and Mrs John Luxmore Ayer street during the past week Lost ladys cameo ring on Sept 25 Valuable because a keepsake A reward of will be paid for its re turn to the News Record office 313 The funeral of Tuni Henrietta one yearold daughter of Anton Maki of Hinkley was held here yester day services being conducted at the Finnish Lutheran National Church It cost Edward Rasmussen of Mar quette a fine of 620 for having a fish net hidden in the woods S15 more lor having partridge in his possession be fore the season opened and S10 more for hunting without a license Forty five dollars count em The registered attendance at the schools in Wakefield has increased from S46 in 1914 to 927 at the corres ponding date in 1915 Of the latter number 105 are enrolled in the High school a gain of 23 over last year The figures include all the schools in the township The Chicago Northwestern Rail way Co has ordered 500 ore cars from the American Car Foundry Co j Needs them too as the Northwesti ern is now using under lease 300 cars j belonging to the Northern Railway these cars being in ser vice on the Gogebic range Mr and Mrs F J Hager and Mrs Hadwick arrived home Sunday even ing from a visit with relatives at La Crosse making the trip by auto mobile They found the roads in ex cellent condition in Wisconsin Leav ing Marshfield at in the morning they arrived in Ironwood at in the evening The distance is about 175 miles The annual clambake of the Badger Club of Ashland was held at Madeline Island last Saturday Many outside people joined the members in the fes tivities Among those in attendance from Gogebic county were F H Les selyong T F Killeen Arthur Wash bum Dr R E Mullen J F Shea and Gabe Ullman of Ironwood and W E McRandle of Bessemer Says the Republic correspondent of theNegaunee Herald Rev T E Collister pastor of the Republic M E Church for the past year who has been transferred by the conference to the Newport Church at Ironwood left Wednesday with his family for his new scene of labor The change involves a loss of two pupils in the High school Fred and Edward hav ing been enrolled there The Iron county road commission ers last week decided to haul gravel during the coming winter on nine miles of the new Trunk Road start ing at the Gogebic county line and continuing the gravel to Cooks Run east of Basswood The Gogebic coun ty commissioners will gravel the sec tion between Watersmeet and Iron county during the coming winter The Trunk Road will be a genuine through highway early next summer and there will be no other continuous stretch of two hundred and twenty five miles in the northwest as good as the Trunk Road from Ironwood to Menominee And over seventy miles of it is in Gogebic county Dr and Mrs D C Pierpont and son arrived home at noon Wednesday making the journey from Chicago to Ironwood by automobile On the outward trip a month ago they motored over the roads by way of Melien Eau Claire and Menomonie to Chicago Returning they came through Milwaukee Oshkosh Antigo and Watersmeet and said that the best sixtymile piece of highway that they rode over anywhere was that between Watersmeet and Ironwood They recommend the Watersmeet Antigo route as the best between Milwaukee and Ironwood Dr and Mrs Pierpont were gnests of Mr and Mrs Pearson Wells at Detroit for some time while they were away Be Sure to Insure Your Property In Case of Fire Loss the Old Reliable Finnish Mutual Fire Insurance Company of Calumet gives you ample protection by paying small premiums and also share the profits by becoming a member in the FINN ISH MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COM PANY of Calumet JOHN Q HELLJ Agent Ironwood flichigan II jr ft ff II I I Thousands examined and ad mired my exhibit of furs and fur garments at the County Fair Order now for the holidays and win ter Prices and goods always right FRANK VARCA FURRIER 23O McLeod Avenue IRONWOOO MICH TWO ACRES OF LAMP inside city limits house barn and chick en house Small payment down and easy terms Phone 787 V V W W V V VWW V V VW Waste Today Means Want Tomorrow THE LAP OF TOHOR ROW lies everything that you fortune honor fame They are yours if you are willing1 to pay the price A little investment made regu in energy good habits or in rich div idends tomorrow To save and plant your dollars where they will open the doors of prosperity and independence To Start a Savings Account 44 GOGEBIC NATIONAL BANK OF IRONWOOD MICH I 1 FOR ALL UPTODATE JOB PRINTING THE NEWS RECORD OF COURSE V
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