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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - April 8, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
News record volume 26 number 6 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday april 8 1911 per year in Advance f is one of the first Laws of nature we can assist you in your Spring work i by furnishing All the Neces sary lab or saving articles co i wholesale and retail grocers i t4444444444444444444444444 Iff of Good news is always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writer ten on Jug cranes to Linen Lawn carrying the essentials of if Good taste and Correct form with the message it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for All people there is t none better made we have All the latest Crane up novelties and Many of the Iii Crane Ibe w Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite w your inspection m f Mccabe co to druggists or credit and Cash if you pay your Bills in Cash no one knows except the Inan with whom you have dealt if you pay your Bills by Check the Check May pass through Sev eral hands before it is paid by the Bank it serves As an advertisement of your personal Worth with every Man who sees it establishes your financial standing in your Community and forums a basis of credit which you can gain in no other Man tier place your Money in this Strong Bank where it will be absolutely Safe and where the Bank influence will work for you go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich fire departments Are Neces sary and save much property 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 the 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 successor to schol Xart Erickson three doors from Post office results of elections both franchises Are approved and Wrights plurality in county is 1154 about forty per cent of the electors of Ironwood went to the polls on monday the Lack of interest being due to the fact that there were no City or Ward contests the amended franchises of the go Gebic Iron counties railway Light co were approved by the elect ors by a vote of about four to one three Hundred and seventy seven people in go Gebic county voted against an amendment to the state Constitution the passage of which would bring to every school District in the county from the state eight per cent More Money than they Are now receiving from that source but fortunately 1611 people voted in favor of the proposition the county gave Luther l Wright the Republican candidate for state superintendent of Public instruction a plurality of 1154 judge Coopers vote in the county was 1502 and miss Laura Bowden for county commissioner of schools received 1490 the real upsets in the township elections were the defeat of de Neid hold for supervisor in Wakefield and John Hanousek for supervisor in bes Semer township vote in the county of supreme Ostrander Kinnane 298 Sanford of Public in Wright Cleveland Milligan Hovey Hitchcock soc 53 judge Cooper commissioner of Bowden 377 City of Ironwood for mayor d Erwin for City clerk we d for City for supervisor John m Bush for Alderman we for Alderman John w Mullen for Alderman r Tolan for Constable Frank Zrolka for Constable Johm Cvengross Korkas for sire visor Robt a Douglas for Alderman Ernest for Constable Antone for supervisor John Drazkowski for Aldor Mian Chas j Peterson for Constable we Soderlund for supervisor won a for Amermon Fred for Constable Nels p Anderson 121 for supervisor Luther c for 110 for Constable Joseph for supervisor Samuel 91 for 91 for Constable Augustine Jacquand 92 for supervisor Samuel 42 for Alderman full term John 43 for Alderman to fill vacancy Thos b for Constable Alfred 43 for supervisor Francis Blackwell 62 for Alderman tiros j Stevens 61 for Constable Nick 59 573 148 railway 161 new county Board n the membership of the Board of supervisors of go Gebic county chosen at mondays election is As follows m Bush Robt a Douglas John Razowski a Cole Luther c Brewer s j Gribble Samuel Slade Frank Blackwell or b Jones gust Swedberg Knoblock we c Lowe Andrew Forslund Fahler Carlson we bonifas Erwin Axel Holmgren Ironwood John a Erickson Marenisco e a Ormes Wakefield Simonson Waters meet t a Kelly members City of Bessemer or w j Pinkerton was elected mayor of Bessemer by a majority of 118 Over Andy Byrne we Guyer was reelected City clerk on the pin Kerton ticket by a majority of 157 Over g l Ziebur Edward c Lobb running for treasurer on the Byrne ticket Defeated Ludivico Biasi by 64 continued on Page 102 99 1 1 97 105 1 104 100 99 100 59 59 5s successful Institute Large attendance of Farmers and others at Farmers Institute on thursday the third annual Institute of the go Gebic county Farmers Institute society was held at Pierce theatre on thursday and it was successful both in attendance and interest beyond the fondest expectations of those who had the arrangements in charge n i Moore of Hanover the conductor declared yesterday that he was willing to predict that it would be the ban Ner Institute to be held in the upper Peninsula this Spring the one disappointment of the meeting was the no appearance of l m Geismar superintendent of the u p experimental station and the disappointment was intensified by the fact that no word had been received from him to the effect that he would not be Here and it was the second time that or Geismar had disappointed the go Gebic society or Moore talked on tillage and crop rotation and mrs Louise pet Erson of Stevenson on poultry and its care at the morning session in the afternoon mrs Peterson delivered a very interesting address on the Ideal and i the even ing spoke on the Home maker and her or Moores afternoon subject was the growing and hand Ling of the Corn and he went into seed Corn selection silo construction ens Ilage and fodder production in a manner that intensely interested everyone present the question Box brought out Lively discussion serving its purpose a pleasant feature of the afternoon session and one that was much appreciated was the play ing of several selections by the tem ple theater orchestra the opera House was Well filled for tie evening session the attendance of Farmers being Large and Many town folks turning out supt j v Bren Nan of the Ironwood schools delivered a very forceful address touching upon the Harmony that should exist Between the Farmer and the business Ryan advising the Young Man of the farm to stick to the soil and told of the Progress that had been made in far life in the last half Century the maintenance of a Market place in Ironwood where the Farmer the consumer and the business Man could get together for Exchange to the Mutal Benefit of each or Brennan declared to be one of the needs of the Early future or Moore talked on Success and its advancing the idea that the accumulation of dollars was not everything he spoke for a higher moral plane among the people and decried intemperance the boys and girls glee clubs of the High school under the direction of or Watson Sang several selections during the evening each organization acquitting itself in a manner that commanded the interest and enthusiasm of the Large audience these sections of each including the combination number of the two were heartily encoded As they deserved to be at the conclusion of the program an Osborn cultivator donated by Heideman Thompson was raffled the entrants being confined to the Farmers John Hanousek of Ramsey was the Winner of the implement president c e Johnson Secretary k Gunderson and the members of the arrangement committee who worked so hard to make the meeting a Success had the satisfaction of see ing their efforts crowned with Success beyond their most sanguine expectation died of pulmonary tuberculosis Alex Lenway died of pulmonary tuberculosis at the Home of his sister mrs John Parent 102 Frederick Street about nine Oclock last Friday night after an illness of less than four months the disease followed an at tack of pneumonia shortly before Christmas deceased was born in Ironwood in december 1886 and since the death of his Mother eighteen months ago made his Home with his sister until incapacitated by poor health he was employed As a switch Man in the local Yards of the Chicago Northwestern railway he was a number of the Catholic order of foresters brotherhood of Railroad trainmen and the eagles Lodge of Hurley these orders and Many friends of the family attending the funeral which was held monday morning services were at St Ambrose Church the Rev h a Buchholtz officiating he is survived by five Sisters and one brother mrs Parent of Ironwood mrs August Laha of Winchester mrs Joseph Burnell and mrs c sey Mour of Sandrock mrs Benjamin Berglund of Gile and Charles Len Way of Ironwood a Fine line of easter cards and nov Illies at c m Beans of Nina j brands w Hihi Hihi v p Yaj our own productions Are splendid examples y it of style and skilful selection of the Best and most j it practical ideas of foreign makers in these we it j show unusual values at moderate prices it it we greatly appreciate your visit it i to this department i it j respectfully Vij it i Davis Feyrl air it y to Tew arrivals every Day of French and y English models and american Adap showing of the latest types r from French and English designers and some of i our own creations by development from their j most accepted models Yaj our own productions Are splendid examples y of style and skilful selection of the Best and most j practical ideas of foreign makers in these we show unusual values at moderate prices we will greatly appreciate your visit to this department Al respectfully Vij Davis is feb your chaps disappear like magic when you use b d 5 peroxide 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 i dont forget i it that we carry the Best line of 16 fresh fruits confectionery t tobaccos cigars and stationery pfc also everything in hot and cold drinks the Best goods for the lowest prices is our motto of Anton Michaels it 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank 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 us Swanson Hast ave phone 23
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