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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - April 22, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Wood news record volume 26 number 8 Iron Wood go Gebic county Michigan saturday april 22 1911 Northern grown be t suitable for our soil and x climate y fresh fruits and received daily James Devoy co i wholesale and retail grocers of 4444444444444444444444444 it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it of Good news is Law a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Linen Lawn carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct form with the message it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for All people there is none better made we have All the latest Crane novelties and Many of the Crane Pic Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists 9 9 is simply a process of growth if you form the habit financial Independence will grow out of your Small beginning just As sure As the giant tree grows from the sapling nobody saves much at a time everybody can save a Little at a time financial Success is simply a matter of sticking to your saving plan your character stronger than any temptation to spend try the Bank account plan of How fast the Small change grows into dollars and How the Dol Lars will grow into tens and hundreds a Orebic National Bank Ironwood Mich Tornado insurance before the storm occurs this form of insurance is generally considered a joke the Chance of loss is of course Small but the rates Are surprisingly Low the leading fire companies write Tornado insurance h m Erickson Ironwood Mich per year in Advance two cent fare Bill passes u p railroads placed on same footing As those of lower the Michigan legislature on tues Day passed a Bill putting the rat ways of the upper Peninsula on the same basis As those of the lower pen insula and ninety Days after govern or Osborn signs the measure which he has indicated his intention to do fares will go into effect on All railroads of the upper Peninsula when their passenger earn Ings amount to or More be mile each year the Duluth South Shore Atlan tic and the Copper Range Are the Only upper Peninsula railways wit yearly earnings of or More per mile at the present time and unless the Chicago Northwestern Soo line and tie Chicago Milwaukee St Paul reduce the rate voluntarily the three cent rate will prevail in Many sections of the upper Peninsula including go Gebic county the new Bill simply removes the bar Rier that has always existed in rail Road rates Between the upper and lower Peninsulas and gives this Sec Tion of the state the same treatment As that portion below the Straits o1 Mackinac mrs Howes father is dead the following dispatch relating to he death of mrs George t Howe Ather appeared in the Saginaw gout Ier Herald on april 18 under ast Charles Date George a Wallace a resident Here for Over half a Century passed away at his Home last evening after a Brief illness deceased was born in new York state july and came to this place with his parents when but a Young lad he was United in marriage with miss Nancy Rose in 1850 she died in 1875 later be was married to mrs Cynthia Dorman who survives is feeble in health or Wallace was a Man of Strong mental Power which he retained to the end he was one of the most widely known persons in this Community was an ardent Democrat and held Many important offices among which was that of postmaster under Cleveland last administration he held the Ollice of councilman and Justice of the peace and was repeat edly elected to the Ollice of supervisor three children beside his wife survive him t b Wallace and mrs w a Earle of this place and mrs Geo Howe of Tacoma allot whom were at his Side when the end came interment will take place on wednes Day afternoon 300th anniversary of King James Bible tomorrow sunday is the Date elected by the american Bible society for celebrating the tercentenary of the King James or authorized trans lation of the Bible it will be observed at the methodist Church in the evening music will be conducted by the sunday school choir and Orche Stra Frank Blackwell superintend ent of the sunday school will have charge of the service the following program will be Given chorus when Jovo shines choir prayer Soprano Solo the mrs Joe it Lackwell a Der the Al Iii James translation of Trio Bible a r Fred Diorus holy Bible Book choir 1anor the influence of Uio enl Ash Bible on Stikl ish Arthur Lobb Aper Bible souks and the influence of Tho Bible on modern miss Eva lot Benr 3horus guard the Bible choir influence of the Bible on Ino scare paper great mens opinions of Tho w o Trezise male Quartetti Sweet Sabbath May Brothers Auer the Bible a deathless Kev w b Coombe Sonc True hearted whole choir and Concre Cotlon on sunday morning George Washngton Lodge no 266 order sons of St George will attend the service in a body and the pastor will deliver a Sermon appropriate to the occasion subject the larger the service will begin at Oclock in the evening the tercentenary of the translation of the English Bible will be observed and papers will be read by various persons the about two months ago the senior class of the Ironwood High school started to plan for the publishing of an annual at the close of the year since that time work has been rapidly advancing and within a month or month and a half the Book will in All probabilities be delivered to sub scribers the Hematite is to con Tain pictures of the members of the senior class group picture of each of the other three classes pictures of the faculty school Board glee clubs or Chestra teams in athletics alumni officers and a photo of l l Wright to whom the Book will be dedicated besides the pictures it will Cental interesting Reading matter on athletics Glass writeup editorials humor Ous Section alumni notes Etc beside a Section for advertisers owing t the fact that this will be the firs Book of its kind published in Thi Vicinity and As it will contain new of the Ironwood High school it Ough to have a wide Field for sales the Book will sell at 75 cents per copy a Price that is very reasonable for a Book Worth three times the amount we urge the people of Kirori Wood to encourage the Sale of this Book Anc on application to any High schoo student subscription Blanks can be secured president Hutchins visits Ironwood president Harry of the University of Michigan was greeted by an audience that filled the Audi Tolu to of the Luther l Welgh school when he arose to make an address on the resources Aims Anc needs of the great University on thursday evening he was greeted with the u of m Hurrah u o m Rah Liura Rah Michigan Michi Gan Rah Rah Rah and the glee clubs Sang the Maize and blue1 with spirit worthy the Best the University itself could offer during his address or Hutchins gave an inter Esting resume of the University work in recent years and dwelt upon Michigan contribution to the cause of education in the United states the University he said to carry on and extend the work it is doing must look More and More to be quests As its income in View of the a creasing expenses will not leave a surplus for new equipment and bulldogs a reception followed after which the senior girls served a Light luncheon to the alumni and president at the Domestic science school or a Utchins left yesterday forthe cop Jer country brings suit for heavy damages Ike Revoyr through his attorneys d a Walker of Rhinelander and Smirthwaite Belcher of Manistee Las begun suit in the go Gebic county i cult court against Timothy a Licelly of Watersmeet claiming 00 damages for alleged false impels a Ament Revoyr was placed under arrest in june of last year on a War ant sworn out by Kelly charging Revoyr with placing dynamite in a Highway with intent to have the ame explode when Kellys team Rove Over it pending the prelim a Ary examination Revoyr failed to in Nash Bonds and was confined in he county jail for ten Days when he examination was held in Justice Haggerson court at Bessemer in August Revoyr woe uncharged for ick of evidence notice of the suit Vas filed with clerk of the court ii More on monday Ball was a big Success the ninth annual Ball of Iron Lange Lodge brotherhood of Rall oud trainmen held at the armory n monday evening was a splendid us Cess socially and financially Early four Hundred people attended lie affair which was generally con eded to be one of the Best in the list f similar events held under the aus ices of Iron Range Lodge the dec rations were exceedingly attractive and the arrangements throughout 10 very Best the Norrie band played the music for the dancing and gave a Brief concert program Hole the guests were assembling he playing of the band was de ared to be the Best it has done in to history and was much enjoyed y everyone the members of Iron Lange worked hard to make the Ball Success their efforts being Reward d in the satisfaction of those in at enhance boy scout news this morning the scouts under the leadership of scoutmaster Wyman and adjutant Garland will go on a Ike to obtain Trees tomorrow at they will assemble to Plant the Rees each scout planting a tree and eing responsible for its proper care vol the scouts Are looking Forward to Day when their descendants will Point to the Trees their great grand athers planted the Ironwood troop of scouts will Tarch with the g a r veterans on decoration Day All who wish suits hould see scoutmaster Wyman and order them at the fashion immedi swedish m e Church service tomorrow will be held at a m subject the Good sunday school at 12 m Epworth league prayer meeting at 45 p m Sermon at on the Heep of the Good thurs a at 2 p in ladles Aid social at he residence of or and mrs Adolph Onenson Sutherland Street Strong is Are especially invited i Davis Fehr have bought it Minneapolis Ateon on the Dollar attend this Sale and secure some of the rare bargains Davis feb m 4k it it it it it it it it it it it it it i your chaps disappear like magic when you use b d 5 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 doing 234 Mcleod ave t k it it t base Ball goods 3 we carry the largest and Best line of 3 base Ball goods in the City Jug beaches official base balls the famous j and Wagner bats the much talked of j Duck fort Glove and All others of the Best goods for the lowest Price of is our motto Anton Michael 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank 2 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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