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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - April 1, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood news record volume 26 number 5 1ronwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday april 1 1911 per year in Advance for for Why f take chances it when you can get the it Best pure food pro ducts produced in the the Standard of the go Gebic Range for years s James Devoy co i it wholesale and retail grocers j64444444444444444444444444 to to to to to to to to to of Good news is always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Linen Lawn carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct i t form with the message w jul Al j 2 it is the Correct writing Jujj paper at All times and for All people there is pm none better made we have All the latest Crane novelties and Many of the Taton Crane fhe i Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite g your inspection w m f Mccabe co i druggists s x would you be one of the employers or one of the servants it is a question for you to decide without Money you Are forced to sell your time and efforts to others in order to secure your daily bread with a growing Bank account you will soon be Able to command not Only your time and labor but that of others also Small Sav Ings persistently deposited in this Bank will eventually raise you above the average and enable you to become one of the rulers dont wait for Fortune to hand you a prize but Start a Bank account and build to Success you can do it go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich k fire departments Are Neces sary and save much but they cannot be relied upon always although they May put out the fire water May do As much damage As the fire fire insurance protects you against the loss by fire As Well As tie loss by water damage a fire insurance policy in a reliable company with a reputation for fair dealing and promptness is your Best Protection we rep resent Only such companies h m Erickson successor to pc Rohert Erickson three doors from Postof acc election on monday electors will be called upon to vote five ballots on monday while there int a single contest for Ward or City offices in Iron Wood considerable importance attaches to mondays election nevertheless in Ironwood the elector will be handed five ballots when he goes to the polls on state elec Trie lighting Street railway canst if Tut ional amendment i l l Wright of Ironwood is a candidate on the state ticket for superintendent of Public instruction he1 has Lively opposition in a candidate from Muskegon and he deserves the support of All parties in go Gebie county Samuel s Cooper for circuit judge and miss Laura Bawden for county school commissioner have no opposition the electric franchises were voted on last summer and the will of the electors As expressed at that time was practically unanimous in their Favorel the reasons for their resubmission Are Well known to the voters of the City and favourable action is anticipated every elector should vote yes on the constitutional amendment be cause its adoption will mean More Money from the state for every school District in the i the following is a list of the Nomi nees for City and Ward offices in Iron Wood citizens ticket Erwin Sutherland City d Snyder Nelson first Ward m Bush Tolan Kopka second Ward Douglas dear Munch third Ward Drazkowski Peterson Soderlund fourth Ward a Coe w May p Anderson filth Ward c Brewer t Alexander Apps sixth Ward j Gribble Tacquaro Jacquart seventh Ward r Slade Alderman full Rich Ards Alderman to fill b Mcnamara Lilja eighth Ward or j Stevens Anderson City of Bessemer while there were three or four candidates for the mayoralty nominations at Bessemer the caucuses and conventions of monday and tuesday resulted in Only two tickets being placed in the Field the tickets Nom rated Are As follows Andy Byrne City clerk Gustav l Ziebur treasurer Edward c Lobb first Ward super visor k s Markstrum Alderman Alex s Johns second supervisor John Thors Alderman Frank c Davis third supervisor Daniel p Green Alderman we r Kulaszewicz fourth supervisor we c Rowe Alderman Martin pesto i fifth supervisor Mike Nyman Ald Erman Matt Kevari or Walter j Pinkerton City clerk we l Guyer treasurer Ludovico Biasi first Ward supervisor Frank b Jones Ald Erman Philip j Lablond second supervisor Gus Swedberg Alderman we a Obrien third Alderman Joseph Jaskalski fourth supervisor Andrew Forslund Alderman John d Shea Ironwood township three caucuses were held in Iron Wood township the last one being held saturday night the tickets in farm ers John a Erick son clerk John b Nelson treasurer Sakri Riutta Highway commissioner John Kangas overseer of highways Peter Juntunen Justice of the peace Henry Eskola member of Board review l a Lindsay constables Peter Vanderhagen John Sampson Matt Martilla Peoples Erv isor Charles Chailquist clerk John b Nelson endorsed treasurer Emil Mickelson High Way commissioner John Johnson overseer of High ways John Brown Justice of the peace Nels Blora Sist member Board of review Martin Nelson constables John Sulin John Vanderhagen Emil Hill citizens Charles Chail quist endorsed clerk John b Nelson endorsed treasurer John Morrison overseer of highways Frank continued on Farmers Institute Well known state experts will conduct an Institute in Ironwood on april 6 a Farmers Institute will be held at Pierce theater Ironwood on thurs Day april 6 sessions will be held in the morning afternoon and evening and the Farmers of the Range should embrace the Opportunity to hear things in which they Are vitally interested discussed by persons who have made a life study of the subjects n i Moore of Hanover will be the conductor find he will be assisted by supt l m Geismar of the u p experimental station at Chat Ham and mrs Louise Patterson of Stephenson c e Johnson and earner Gunder son of Ironwood township Are presi Dent and Secretary respectively of the go Gebic Courty Farmers Institute society and they Are being ably assisted by the Farmers and others in bringing the Institute to the attention of the agriculturists of this Section the attendance of every Farmer on the Range is urged at All of the ses Sions and the people of Ironwood Are cordially invited their presence be ing especially desired at the evening session the following program shows that the Institute will afford instruction and entertainment for All classes of people Forenoon introductory e Johnson president county Farmers Institute society tillage and crop n i Moore Hanover discussion poultry and its care on the Louise Patterson Stephenson discussion afternoon question i Moore the Home maker and her Louise Patterson discussion Good j w Johnson growing and handling the Corn i Moore discussion theatre orchestra fodder and Root crops for Northern Geismar discussion evening glee club essentials for Success with m Geismar y Brennan the Ideal Louise Patterson glee club Success and its achievement i Moore postal Bank for Ironwood Washington dispatch states second p 0 Bank in Michigan will be Here dispatches from Washington in wednesdays papers state that Post master general Hitchcock has Selec Ted a list of fort five cities in which additional postal savings Banks Are to be established at once they Are to be distributed among the various states and territories of the Union Michigan first postal savings Bank was established at Houghton on Tan 1 and the second one in the state is to be opened in Ironwood at an Early Date Ashland was chosen in wis Consin that states first postal Bank being established at Manitowoc Ironwood does a larger foreign Exchange business than any City of any size in Michigan and it is believed that some of the Money now sent abroad will remain Here when the people become familiar with the work Ings of the postal savings Bank easter monday Ball Iron Range Lodge brotherhood of railway trainmen will hold its ninth annual Ball at the armory Ironwood on easter monday april 17 the big Hall will be specially decorated for the occasion and the arrangement committee plans to make the event the peer of any of its predecessors music for the concert that will pre cede the grand March and for the dancing will be furnished by the nor Rie band and orchestra of Twentyfive pieces a special supper will be served at the Eagle cafe the commit tee providing free buses to run be tween the armory and restaurant the committees that have the affair in hand Are f j Mcminn Robert Tobin John Hampston r j Dixon Robt Hampston arrangements c b Ryan d Nolan Robt Winn a j Houle j c Sauer w Kellett Fred Smith m m Hein f j Humble e Dixon h j Carter j Sullivan floor the spendthrift on april 7 the attraction at the Pierce theatre Friday april 7 will be Frederic Thompsons production of Porter Emerson Brownes Domestic drama the with a cast of notable players those who recall or Thompsons production of Polly of the Brewster and or Brownes other great Success a fool there will have Good reason for anticipating another dram Atic treat the play ran nearly All Winter in new York and was voted one of the real metropolitan Succes ses seats on Sale at Mccabe prices 75 and open Iii 9 f riday saturday 30 31 and Ftp Ril 1st i new arrivals every Day of French and English models and american adaptions a showing of the latest types from French and English designers and some of our own creations by development from their most accepted models our own productions Are splendid examples of style and skilful selection of the Best and most practical ideas of foreign makers in these we show unusual values at moderate prices we will greatly appreciate your visit to this department Iii respectfully Davis feb your chaps disappear like magic when you use d s incr oxide Cream Good for your hands Good for your face Good for your lips Good for shavers Good for chaps Good for girls Good for ladies Good for men Good for 25 cents City drug store 234 Mcleod ave s dont forget i that we carry the Best line of it fresh fruits confectionery tobaccos cigars and stationery or also everything in hot and cold drinks 5 is it the Best goods for the lowest prices is our motto Fig Anton Michaels i it 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank of Tig Best in meats there is a lot of satisfaction in knowing that when you place an order for meats you Are going to receive the very Best skilfully Cut and promptly delivered a trial order will convince you that we furnish you this Gus Swanson 1o Oast a boo phone 23
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