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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - August 19, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Ironwood news record volume 26 number 25 Ironwood g06ebic county Michigan saturday August 19 1911 per year in Advance fancy transcendent arid crab apples for Jelly and pickles California peaches pears and plums Pink meat and Rocky Ford melons Sullivan w of Good news is always a w Welcome visitor even so 2 is the letter or note writer ten on Jug cranes Linen Lawn it carrying the essentials of it Good taste and Correct w form with the message Ujj it is the Correct writing 2 paper at All times and for All people Ujj none better made we have All the latest Crane w novelties and Many of the Eaton Crane fihe Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists Idle Money is As useless As an Idle Man the Community has respect Only for the Man who to increase his present resources Money deposited at our savings department at 3 per cent interest is working night and Day and each year sees an increase that Marks the differ ence Between Idie and working dollars your dollars working Tadry go Gebic National Bank 9 Ironwood Mich in arc always to the front in the Field of danger How exciting is lire and what a crowd it attracts exists each Day you delay protecting your property with one of our guaranteed Safe insurance policies ring us up or Call its the Only h m Erickson Ironwood Inion giants the Chicago Union giants prove very Ball players winning both games the Chicago Union giants were Here saturday and sunday playing two games with the Home team in the first Battle both teams played steady Ball evidently taking each others measure the giants seemed to have a Shade on our boys but no1 enough to take Many chances Man Ager Hedlund had selected Sundell to do the heaving and he did himself proud throughout the contest he was As steady As grandfathers clock once in the first inning it looked like a Slaughter one Gordon some giant to state it mildly gently pressed his Willow against a Sundell slant and the sphere dropped near the Newport stockpile but it counted for us and Sundell dished up two More so that Mistach Gordon had to postpone his tour until the next Day Richards showed what a hitting Catcher can do by bruising the North Fence in the eighth the longest slam of the after noon Joe Baillies also stung one along third for two sacks after mis Tah Harvey had two on him Ken Hedy distinguished himself by Spectra ular base running Tony and Gilker son starred for the Dusky boys the following is the summary of the game k h a b Mildren 0 100 Stevens 0020 Baillies 1 4 0 1 Schaefer 1130 Jacquart 0 1 0 0 Richards 2 93 i Kennedy 1100 Mills 0 10 0 1 Sundell 0010 total 1 27 Union b h a k Tony 2500 Lee 1200 Gordon 0 93 0 Jackson 1100 Rose 0 022 Gilkerson 2320 Ramsey 0 0 00 Motley 0000 Harvey 0121 total 4 0 27 9 3 000 000 0 Union 0010300 base on balls by Sundell 2 by har vey 1 struck put by Sundell 7 by Harvey 8 stolen bases Gilkerson Rose Stevens two base hit Lee sundays game was a More interest ing exhibition All the Way the giants started in to show what they could do but soon found the Ironwood mainstays had not reached their limit the Day previous John son was the White mans Hope with the exception of one round when he took the count of four he had All Comers guessing for fair Alexander was assaulted viciously but he Man aged to keep the dangerous boys from getting together in the fourth act Gordon lie with the Moose like pro portions got aboard of a Johnson layer and took the trip around our Scenic Railroad that he had planned to take saturday Lee had been Given free transportation to the first station a moment before and to prevent a rear end collision he had to Deadhead the whole journey Gilkerson Ramsey and Harvey got in on the excursion rates but Harvey didst sing the National fireside Ballad until the seventh in our sixth Jacquart earned his Way to Gilkerson and then Kennedy single enabled him to see his boyhood friends once More coming Home on the South Shore via Jacksonville prominent citizens assembled in Masse gave him the glad hand of Welcome and the band played weve waited Honey Wai Ted Long for Kennedy was stranded until the Mills Relief train arrived in the ninth in the ninth Kennedy single paid his fare As far As first then he stole a ride to second what he had in vain to do saturday then came Mills Relief train which you May have heard mentioned the giants must be credited with being a Fine lot of Fellows they play a fast clean game and behave them selves like gentlemen on and of the Diamond they were generous in their Praise of the Ironwood team saying that it was the hardest proposition that they have met during their tour of this Region the score by innings 0000100 Union 0040020 two base hits Mildren Jacquart Harvey Lee Home run Gordon struck out by Johnson 2 by Alex Ander 4 double plays Jackson to Gordon Toney unassisted president Taft has vetoed the Bills providing statehood for Arizona and new Mexico his principal objection being the recall of the judiciary clause in the Arizona Constitution weddings of the week Cara Luxmore on wednesday morning at nine Oclock miss Mary Luxmore was United in marriage to or George h Carah of Houghton at the Home of her parents Captain and mrs John this City miss Leila Luxmore Niece of the Bride artistic ally rendered Lohengrin wedding March and after the Bride had been Given away by her father Rev George m Tourtellot pastor of first Presby Terian Church read the impressive wedding ceremony and pronounced them husband and wife the Bride was beautifully gowned in embroidered White silk voile the scheme of House decoration of Semi tax and Sweet peas was simple yet the arrangement was at once so artistic that the effect was most charming after the wedding breakfast which was served very graciously by misses Doris or and mrs Carah left on the train for Minneapolis and Lake Minnetonka where they will spend a few weeks they will then go to Hough ton where they will be at Home after october 1st the Bride is one of Ironwood most talented Young la Dies she is possessed of exceptional musical ability and As an instructor on the piano and accompanist for choruses and Solo work she has done As much to raise the musical stand Ard of Iron As any other per son last year she was elected pres ident of the High school alumni association and to her Active and untiring leadership the remarkable Suc Cess of the organization was due in great measure the social life of Ironwood suffers a distinct loss by her departure the Groom is a successful business Man in Houghton and is held in High regard by the it Lens of that City during his Sev eral visits to Ironwood he has made Many friends the out town guests were or and mrs Walter Truettner or and mrs John Lux More or and daughter Leila of bes Semer and or w h Blackwell of Silver City new Mexico May Ellery the Home of mrs Thomas Jeffery was the scene of a very pretty wed Ding wednesday afternoon August 16th when her daughter miss Clara was married to Frederick j May son of or and mrs f w May at miss Bertha Lofberg played the Ever Beautiful wedding March of Lohen n arid the bridal party marched in to thetas tily decorated living room where the guests band assembled and appeared before Rev w b Coombe pastor of the Ironwood m b Church who performed the marriage ceremony the Bride was dressed in White with baby Irish embroidery and carried a Shower Boque of brides roses and Illies of the Valley her brides maid miss Emily Jeffery wore White French Lawn and carried Boquet of Pink roses the groomsman was Harold g May brother of the Groom the living room embellished wit i alms ferns nasturtiums Sweet peas and sir Ilax and the dining room wit i a pretty arrangement of similar and Sweet peas presented a scene that was Beautiful to behold wedding super was served immediately after the ceremony the Young couple left on the evening train for Milwaukee and Chicago to remain a few Days after which they will return to Ironwood and will be at Home to their friends at 619 Sutherland Street after october 1st the Bride is one of Ironwood accomplished Young ladies and is a general favorite among a wide Circle of friends her father the late Thom As Jeffery was sheriff of go Gebic coun y the Groom is a Young Man of character and ability deservedly pop ular with his associates he is employed in the Supply department of he Oliver mining company Maso Brewer miss Mable Mason of Gladstone and Carl Brewer of Ironwood both Well Cnown in this City where they form Erly resided were United in marriage tuesday afternoon at the summer Lime of the brides parents which is situated across the Bay from Gladstone the wedding service was read by Rev g Ziegler Rector of the Grace Epis Copal Church in this City the ceremony taking place under the Trees the ride was attended by her sister miss Hazel Mason and or Henry Brewer of new Haven brother of the Groom was the Best Man following the ceremony or and mrs Brewer departed on a wedding journey in the East and they will be at Home to their friends at Ironwood after october 1 the Bride was instructor in French n the is penning High school for two years tendering her resignation at the lose of the last school year or Frewer was formerly a member of the Clevelan Cliffs engineering corps in this City and is now stationed at the Ashland mine on the go Gebic Range Iron Ore to we Are reducing our coloured fancy pattern hats less thin 12 pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern hats we extend your friends a very cordial invitation to visit our millinery department during this Sale dollars Worth of hosiery underwear and linens bought from the failed wholesale dry goods House of Tibbs Hutch Ings Minneapolis at 33 13 per cent less than wholesale Price now on Sale at great reductions our motto Quality counts and is far More important than the f a pipe feb k Iga asm my mum for floors furniture Woodwork use i Rogers stain floor finish i i As it makes old floors look like new it makes Pine floors look like Hardwood it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not affected by water it can be applied by anybody it is made in ail natural Wood shades for Sale at the City drug store 234 Mcleod ave Oscar Noroline Iling base Ball goods 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 foot Glove and All others the Best goods for the lowest Price is our motto Anton Michael 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 Gus Swanson Hast ave phone 23

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