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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - August 26, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Have you a have you friends if so you need Victor talking machine in the Home to provide genuine clean wholesome entertainment sell Victor talking machines on the easy payment plan have a full line of double faced records for your selection and also carry bed Seal records Vum our store today we d Triplett t jeweler and optometrist 204 Suffolk Street phone 358j terse tales of the town the latest books at m Beans miss Kathrine Tobin is visiting friends in Duluth residence for Sale apply at 120 North Marquette Street a Pertle has returned from the aviation meet see the fats and leans at the Ball Park saturday afternoon miss Olive Apps left for Duluth tuesday to spend a two weeks Vaca Tion mrs Thomas Clemens of Sparta the guest of friends and rela Tives Franklin car for demonstration or hire Call or phone r w Shand 100 South Curry Street phone 485 or John Gribble and his neice miss Ursula Gribble Are in Calumet visiting or Gribble sister mrs h Pollard w Ekquist 1 Ailor i carry one of the largest Ines of woolens in the county get your magazines of c m bean Cut Glass tumblers 10 cents each at naval is miss Lucile Norris is in ribbing for visit of ten Days Why those deep wrinkles bet us take them out at the French hair Shoppe Louis Mark went to Duluth last sunday on his motorcycle where he will spend a week or and mrs George w Deakin of Cambria Are visiting with or and mrs t c Thomas mrs b f Phinney has returned to her Home in Milwaukee after an extended visit at the Garver Home mrs p Harrington left thursday for Butte there by the serious illness of her brother the Public schools of the City will open september 5 we will publish the list of teachers in our next Issue a Benefit card party and social will be held by the brotherhood of Ameri can yeomen at the Odd Fellows Hall sept 7 tickets 25 cents All Wel come Cut Glass tumblers 10 cents each at Snavely typewriters for rent the Ironwood business College Fine watch and jewelry repairing at c m Beans All work guaranteed some one has to Lead others will follow Ardee is the Leader among flours mrs Nott is visiting at the Home of or and mrs Prout Mansfield Street for Sale or for rent a second hand motor Cycle Price apply to Walter a Lobb Frank Miller and family went to Clearwater Lake tuesday for an out ing of ten Days miss Cora bean of Caldwell Idaho has arrived for a visit with the family of her brother c m bean b t Nichols has been spending the week in St Paul and Duluth visiting his sons in the respective cities Ben Anderson who is employed with the Oliver company in Duluth spent sunday with Ironwood friends Rev Herbert Wilson of Kendall Ville Indiana conducted services in the episcopal Church both sunday morn ing and evening miss Genevieve Davis stenographer in h m Eric sons insurance Ollice has gone to Minneapolis for a two weeks vacation mrs William Ninnes Sand her sons Willie and Samuel left last week for their Home in Greenland after a three weeks visit Here among relatives improved farms Cut Over and Tim Ber lands terms to suit purchaser m it Mcmahon immigrant agent Soo line 216 West Aurora Street i Ironwood phone 3392 s w Frederickson has taken the local Agency for the Oliver typewriter and supplies also looks after the re pairing and rebuilding of old machines phone services will be held in the Luth eran Church Corner of Ayer and Curry streets sunday aug 20 at p in and p m Rev j Burwel from Hurley will preach in the even ing All Are cordially invited to come l n Hoagland pastor or and mrs Deforest Ross and daughters spent monday and tuesday of this week with mrs r m Abel o North Suffolk Street they left Ypsilanti aug 9 in their Ford car Mode t making South Bend Chicago Kenosha Oshkosh Medford Glidden Bayfield and Ironwood with a milage of 931 Start today you no doubt expect to own a Home or go into business for yourself some Day if you have any object in View that Money can buy now is the time to be Gin to save for it the object will make the saving easy and the saving will make the object secure i the Bank of Ironwood by f Karfe president All kinds of team work phone Joe Weber wanted someone to Board baby three months old phone 231r c m bean carries a full line of typewriter ribbons and papers mrs Peter Shea As visiting a week n eur Claire St Paul and Minneapolis miss Collie Gilbert of Superior is visiting mrs Thomas Williams Mcleod Avenue mrs gust Olson and mrs Herman Eterson Are spending the week at Mercer wis miss Margaret Moore returned Home rom Antigo tuesday where she has Een visiting wanted girl for general House work apply to mrs Frank Blackhurst Mcleod Avenue mrs William Markert is enjoying a Isit from her sister miss Hannah Winson of Ishpeming Young pigs for Sale Chester Whites will be sold at reasonable prices us Vander Haeghen mrs Wotherspoon and daughter Liss Susan Are visiting at the Home f mrs Frank Hadwick h Proctor is Here from Viroqua spending a few Days with his brother inlaw b e Jussen the families of John m Coombe and Frank Jones Are at the Bergquist cottage at Mercer for two weeks mrs o a Winter and son Otho of tort William Ontario Are visiting the formers sister mrs we Tolan Emil Nyberg and family formerly residents of Ironwood but now of do uth Are spending their vacation at Mercer for rent summer cottage 16x20 with frontage of 300 feet on Mercer Ake apply to Jos Bair Walker Louse Ironwood misses Jean Healy and Helen Heid Emann entertained a party of their girl friends at the Thom Shealy cot Page in Mercer thursday mrs Samuel Mccrossen and mrs Mary Smith returned last week from Battle Creek where they have been visiting their Brothers 1 dont think he is and do of Call him lean Are some of the remarks made by the ladies Reading the poster for the game saturday misses Gladys and Doris Speare Are Here from Milwaukee spending the week wit i their Uncle and aunt or my mrs j h Speare Day Street competent girl wanted for general housework one that can speak Good English Good wages to the right party mrs a Lieberthal 215 Day Street Christian science service will be held at the Christian science Chapel on Aurora Street at a 27 subject of lesson Sermon Christ t l Mckevitt assistant chief clerk in the Oliver mining to Duluth thursday to attend a meeting of clerks from the different local Ollices of the company the two years and seven months old daughter of or and mrs Frank Wacewiz 410 Kennedy Street died on wednesday from spinal meningitis the services being held yesterday or and mrs Phillip s Hasty of new Orleans were in i Ironwood tues Day inspecting our manual training and Domestic science buildings they Are spending the summer at keratin Camp Mercer prof a h Tuttle of the Ohio state University Law school is the guest of supt l l Wright at his go Gebic cottage prof Tuttle was principal of the Iron Wood High school about twelve years ago the daughters of St George went to Crown Point picnic grounds at Wakefield wednesday and held their annual picnic two bus loads left Here in the morning a very enjoyable time was spent by All who attended or and mrs Peter Wells mourn the loss of their infant son Joseph Thomas who died sunday aug 20 the funeral was held monday after noon at their Home Rev Prouse of Jessieville m e Church officiating the Floral gifts being Many and Beautiful a bridal dinner was Given by mrs e b Williams for her daughter Lucile on Friday evening August 18th the table decorations were Smilax and Pink and White Sweet peas ribbons and Smilas were Hung from the chandelier to the four Cor ners of the table and a great Basket of Sweet peas and ferns formed the Centrepiece the guests twelve in number were the members of the wedding party George a Curry is deriving any amount of enjoyment from taking pictures with his Bosch and Lamb graphics camera he received an a astigmatic Tesser Lens last week the speediest Lens made so if he Points the machine your Way dont Stop to pose but keep on going and the picture lie gets will give you an idea of How you Ordinary look to the rest of us i he took several snap shots of the buys Overland Auto for Sale 1911 live passenger Over land Auto original Price without top wind shield or freight will throw these in and a speedometer that Cost never used clock costing wholesale and an extra new in Ner tube machine and extras Cost has not run Over 300 Miles season for Selling car want to sign up for the Agency for the e m f car Gree go Bouse Ironwood Mich Cut Glass tumblers 10 cents each at Snavely Telephone 392 for anything electrical the Julius Bentzen electric co miss Luella Trebilcock from Ishpeming is visiting with miss Dora Walters City attorney Chester Rogers is at tending to Legal business in Duluth this week wanted seventy five men to work in the Woods at Athens Copper River land co or and mrs Samuel Dodge of Cambria Are guests at the Charles Healy Home miss Gladys Speare is Here from Milwaukee spending the week among relatives and friends wanted competent girl for general housework apply to mrs Geo a Curry Mcleod Avenue or and mrs Alvin Durham and daughter Leona spent a few Days at Madeline Island last week mrs William Bubolt has gone to St Paul Minneapolis and Chicago to do her fall buying in millinery j t Grennan and Harry link of Chicago Are guests of or and mrs boat Tobin at Mercer this week mrs c c Jones of has been visiting her Mother mrs e a Darrow a has returned to her Home Temple theater 123 Aurora Street High class moving pictures and illustrated songs admission 5 and 10 cents dressmaking and tailoring also garments repaired Call on mrs Frank Marble 624 Pabst Street Tele phone 455 miss Julia Sullivan will go to Chis Holm in september to take charge of the kindergarten depart ment of the schools there mrs t m Abbott and children of Milwaukee left thursday for Esca Naba and Green Bay after a few weeks visit at the Lesselyong Home Henry Scherer and sons Harry and Charles of fond do Lac former Resi 1 Oliver Tennis teams in action that Are remarkable Harry Bryne is serving and the Ball is clearly seen in midair dents of Ironwood Are visiting att s j Kerr Home be Wabick Street improved farms Cut Over and Tom Ber lands terms to suit purchaser m h Mcmahon immigrant Agen Soo line 210 West Aurora Street Ironwood phone 3392 lost an amethyst necklace be tween Post Ollice and the Oliver min ing Ollice finder please return to Bijou theatre and receive Reward mrs John Thompsonjr mrs Frances Sitkoski aged 2 years died at her Home 221 East Aye Street on thursday from pneumonia besides the husband deceased leave a baby seven weeks old who is in precarious condition the barn dance and Lawn soda Given at the residence of we Tolan wednesday evening was a compleat Success in every Way the Ball room was artistically decorated wit com shocks and sunflowers while tin promenade and conservatory were also appropriately decorated the Lawn which was brightly ilium rated was arranged with Small table at which the guests were served wit refreshments the Large number o people who were assembled danced t the tune of Mornin is played on concertina and All seemed to Enjo the occasion immensely or and h Urquhart an daughter Dorothy and or and or George Moore returned sunday Noo from their Long Auto trip of to weeks duration they left Ironwood the ctr of August going to Medfor where they spent the night then on t Wausau which proved to be the mos difficult part of the whole journey the roads being so Muddy that the whee were covered to the hubs from there the party went to Stevens poin and on to Portage the two families separated there or Moore going Oconomowoc where he was joined or Urquhart two Days later continuing the journey by Way of Mil Waukee they spent three Days on the shores of Lake Michigan near port Washington they had a Complete camping outfit with them even hav ing storage batteries which provided the convenience of electric lights for the tents the journey Home included a visit to fund do Lac Oshkosh Menasha Appleton where they spent the London Elan Junction Wausau the cities along the Soo line As far As Mellen and from there Home they made no attempts to cover any great distance in a Day and yet they rave led 1150 Miles during the trip August Clearing Sale of All ladies misses and childrens by suits Coats skirts and petticoats at on half Price and less f millinery f All ladies trimmed hats shapes Willow plumes Flowers childrens hats at 12 Price and less i w remnant Sale 5000 Yards of remnants from All departments of the store at about on half Price Humours i wanted any kind of work by Clay engage now phone 231r or and mis Thos to Rebitt Are relatives in Stevens Point and Lar shield wis misses Ethel Whitmore and Ruth Verwey of Menasha who have been guests of miss Ella re turned to their Home this morning a consignment of Brook Trout Finger Ings was received monday and planted in the several streams about Lere by Frank stable and Harry Barr mrs Samuel Perkins and daughter Gertrude concluded a visit Here and returned to their Home ii Ironwood wednesday morning mrs Al Kent accompanied them to Ironwood to spend a few Iron Herald the Board of education of Iron Mountain has decided to Purchase a moving picture machine it will be employed in teaching history geography and for other purposes picture machines Are employed successfully in a number of the Eastern schools but Iron Mountain will enjoy the distinction of being the first City in Mich Igan to establish the innovation Iron Wood fans were not the Only ones a Norun game sunday Ashland was the scene of a Battle Royal Between Hay Ward and Iron River the game being played there on Neutral grounds for nine innings neither Side scored at the end of that period the game was called to allow Hayward to catch a train batteries Iron River Connors and James Haywood Felix and Savage Iron River has played 21 games this season and lost Only eight two of which were bagged by Ironwood improved farms Cut Over and Tim Jer lands terms to suit purchaser m ii Mcmahon immigrant agent Soo line 210 West Aurora Street Iron Wood phone 3302 to Talent you bothered Long enough with collars to limit crack after a few trips to the laundry try dictum made the new patented Way from Bias it cloth it gives extra Wear dictum is Cut Low hut has nil the style of n Lii Jih Collar Sec your dealers latest styles today with Slipcover Button Liolis and space in St Brand 2 for 25c America Quarter the Model opposite Post Ollice 1 special prices for Cash sales grimms Market 215 East Aurora Street

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