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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - April 29, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood news record volume 26 number 9 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday april 29 1911 per year h Advance fail it it it it it it it j it it it i it it it it Northern grown suitable for our soil and climate fresh fruits and vegetables received daily of James Devoy co3 wholesale and retail grocers Jovi if 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 form with the message it is the Correct writing i 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 Al mice Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists county prisoners to work w w w t Al 0 m accounts can be opened and con ducted by mail As conveniently safely and satisfactorily As Over our counters our out town business has grown to be an important and distinct feature of this Bank and we give particular attention to the interests of our correspond ent patrons i i t l go Gebic National Bank 9 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 Board of supervisors organized on tues Day with Robt a Douglas As chairman the go Gebie county Board of super visors was organized at the court House at Bessemer on tuesday Robt a Douglas of the second Ward of Ironwood being reelected chairman by acclamation Bills that had accumulated since the last meeting of the old Board were ordered paid the Board of county Road commissioners now serving was reappointed and the sheriff was authorized to put All Avail Able prisoners in his charge to work at the Rock Crusher or on the infirm Ary grounds the following is a list of the super visors All of whom with the exception of or Brewer were in attend Ance at the meeting m Bush Robt a Douglas John Drazkowski will a Cole Luther c Brewer s j Gribble Samuel Slade Frank Blackwell or Swedberg George Knobloch we c Rowe Andrew Forslund Fred Fahler Carlson we bonifas Erwin Axel Holmgren Ironwood John a Erick son Marenisco b a Ormes Wake Field John Simonson Watersmeet t a Kelly after the Bills had been acted on the county Road commissioners g s Barber of Bessemer Henry Rowe of Ironwood c e Avalon of Wakefield were reappointed for a term of one year sheriff Rowett appeared before the Board and stated that since january 1st the number of prisoners confined in the county jail had ranged in num Ber from fifteen to Twenty two at present it is sixteen the sheriff said that eleven of these prisoners were Able bodied Fellows and Able to work and if directed by the Board of supervisors he would place them in charge of a Deputy and put them at Uch work As the Board might pro vide for them after consideration of the matter it was decided to have the prisoners put at work either at the county Rock Crusher located about a mile and a half West of Bessemer or on the county infirmary grounds there is much work to be done of the latter and it is Likely that the sheriffs Star boarders will be sent there in View of the fact that equalization of tax Rolls must be made in j Une instead of october this year on account of the meeting of the state Hoard of equalization next August tax matters were discussed by the supervisors and a special committee consisting of j m Bush of Ironwood we bonifas of Carlson township and w c Rowe of Bessemer was appointed to formulate a plan to have the necessary statistics collected for presentation to the state Board when it meets next summer the next meeting of the Board of supervisors will be held on May 31 Ball team reorganized be More Liberal in their patronage if is to remain on the base All map much repair work on hands Fence screens and grounds is necessary to put the Park in proper condition and in order to meet this expense and Start the team out right Eason tickets Are to be sold at five dollars every Lover of the game in the City ought to buy at least one of he season tickets Brogan gets contract prospects of a Strong team the Best in several years the regular baseball season in Iron Wood will open on May 14 when the old time warriors Hurley and Iron Wood will meet an the local grounds the regulars will play a practice game with the fashions on May 7 and As no admission fee will be charged for this game there will undoubtedly be a Large turnout of fans to see the Ironwood team in action against the Junior nine with the exception of the Pitcher de Van Wye who hails from Racine and did some work for fond do Lac of the Wisconsin state league last year they Are All Home boys As they say Over in Hurley and the lineup announced on thursday looks very Strong the personnel of the nine in sures better Fielding and much harder batting than last year the lineup follows Catcher Harold Richards Pitcher de Van Wye first base Frank Lac quart second base toe bail lies third base de Stevens shortstop Glen re Schaefer left Field Robt Johnson Center held Bernard Kennedy right Field lefty Sundell games with Hurley and Ashland have been scheduled and negotiations for the season running into july Are being carried on on May 14 Hurley plays Here and May 21 Iron Wood plays at Hurley Ironwood will play a Ashland on May 28 and Ashland Wil come Here june4 the practice game with the fashions will be pulled of on May 7 the support Given the Ironwood team last season fell far Short of what i the Quality of Ball it played deserved Many of the games were close and exciting the boys on practically All occasions giving a Fine exhibition of the great National game the team is stronger this year and the fans should instruction of new trunk Highway from Wakefield to Dunham awarded John Brogan the Green Bay rail Vay contractor was the successful bidder for the Section of the new Bounty trunk Road to be built this Eason Between Wakefi eld and Dun Lam and was awarded the contract or the work by the go Gebic county Road commissioners on saturday afternoon or brogans bid which Cov ered the Clearing of a for the entire distance Between the two towns named and the ditching and making of a Twenty oot Turnpike footed up to the Cost of the Bridges is not included As these Are to be constructed under a separate contract while a number of persons submit Ted bids for Short sections of the new Highway Only four concerns offered tenders for the entire work their bids being As follows of Brogan Green Gus Fredeen Oxnam Sutherland Ironwood Alquist a seventy foot Bridge across the Little Black River North of Jacksons siding is the Only Bridge of any size Between Wakefield and Dunham and county Road commissioners will probably construct these Bridges of reinforced Concrete the completion if this Section of the county trunk Road will close up the Gap Between Wakefield and Marenisco the of Licals if the latter township having con trusted a Highway Between Marenisa o and Dunham last fall Marenisco township is showing the most Energy of any of the townships of the county in the matter of High Way building this year the town toll vials have planned for the con Mitru Colon of a Road from Marenisco to Jake go Gebic the distance is eight Miles and about six Miles of it is on the surveyed line of the county trunk Load supervisor Ormes tells the news record that for half the Dis Tance the Grade int Over two per cent at any place Watersmeet township is also going to do some work along the line of the county trunk Road this year so we Icar it being planned to build about three Miles of new Highway Westward from Camp no 14 to which Point there is an excellent dirt Road run Ning out from Watersmeet chairman g s Barber of the county Road commission and supervisor Ormes of Marenisco township seem to think that by fall one can drive rom Ironwood to Lake go Gebic on the new trunk Road but whether their predictions come True or riot it s a certainty that the thing can be done next year drowned in a Well Peter Krowl a Young polish labourer who had been in this country about to months was drowned in a Well adjoining the residence of Frank Kropka who lives near the Soo Coal Sheds saturday night Krowl Board id with Kropka he spent the even ing up town with some of the other boarders and shortly after they re turned Home Krowl went outside As he failed to return within a reasonable time the others went to look for him but he could not be found sunday morning when or Kropka went to the Well to get a pail of water he discovered a mans fee sticking out of the water and after getting assistance the body was taken from the Well and found to be that of Krowl the depth of the Well is about eight feet in which the water was four feet deep no additional facts were brought out at an inquest held by Coroner Houle on tuesday the jury returning a verdict that de ceased came to his death by drown ing he was Nineteen years old and unmarried the new primary Law the general primary Law has been amended so As to change the Day of primaries for the fall election to the last monday in August All Spring election nominations must be made on the first wednesday in March there must be a general nex Spring candidates for circuit judge in All districts must be nominated a primaries no candidate shall b deemed to be nominated at a primary unless he receives 15 per cent of i party vote there is a provision in the Bill for women to enrol for schoo elections on the same Day men enrol f Davis Fehr Minneapolis Minn at 60c on the Dollar attend this Sale and secure some of the rare bargains extraordinary bargains in hosiery during it it it i it it it 1 Davis this Sale fibr for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain floor finish to it makes old moors look like new it makes Pine moors look like Hardwood it produces an artistic finish on All Woods 11 is not affected by water it can be applied by anybody it is made in All natural Wood shades for Sale at the City drug store 234 Mcleod ave it it it it base Ball goods it it it it it we carry the largest and Best line of base Ball goods in the City reach official base balls the famous and Wagner bats the much talked of Duck fort Glove and All others the Best goods for the lowest Price is our motto Anton Michael 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank x x x x x x 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 Bast it Hod ave phone 23
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