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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - February 4, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood news record volume 25 number 49 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday february 4 1911 per year in Advance Superior Quality is the result obtained from the use of decoys Best flour a product of the Best selected wheat scientifically milled for of All kinds of baking 3 a fair trial will convince you of its merits co wholesale and retail grocers t it state Capitol notes i about prescriptions filling1 prescriptions is not merely mixing drugs a child can do that it involves a knowledge of the drug its physical and chemical properties doses and various other Points which can Only be obtained by study and practical experience have both Floi we let us fill your prescriptions Al i m f Mccabe co i druggists items of interest from the legislative Halls at Lansing senator White has introduced a Bill making it unlawful to have the carcass of a Deer in ones Possession 30 Days after the closing of the sea son the same conditions apply to game Birds with the exception of the time which is limited to five Days after the closing of the season an employers liability Bill drafted by senators Moriarty and James has been introduced by the former it covers More fully than other similar Bills the cases of the mine employees of the upper Peninsula senator Moriarty has also introduced a Bill to shorten partition of land proceed Ings senator Barnaby of grand rapids has introduced a Bill providing for the licensing purchasing owning and Selling of deadly weapons senator Lee of Detroit has introduced two Bills one to abolish the state Salt inspector ship the other was to do away with the state Oil in Specto ship Lee advocated both these measures during his Campaign senator Taylor introduced a Bill which provides that All cases of occupational diseases shall be reported to the labor commissioner with Statis tics regarding the length of time the patient has been endangered in the Rade responsible for his or her ill less Etc has a Bill ready which provides that All county offices shall be placed upon a salary and inno in stance shall any county official been titled to retain any fees whatever the Bill introduced by rep Amer son of Antrim county providing for the repeal of the Law which makes the Hunter shooting another guilty of manslaughter has passed the com Mittee of the whole in the House without amendment did you Ever Stop to think did you Ever Stop to think what makes a Good Bank it is not the Beauty of the building or the finish of the furniture but simply the character and ability of the men behind it this Bank invites the very closest investigation of its Board of directors we do not believe any combination of business men in town could serve you More reliably than the men behind this Bank we therefore claim that every one of our depositors owes it to himself to Stop and think seriously before severing his connection with this Bank go Gebic National Bank 9 Ironwood Mich v we write or place Bonds and fire and casualty insurance of All kinds in All parts of the world in largest and Best companies at lowest obtain Able rates i the companies we represent Are All numbered among the Best and strongest issuing the various forms of insurance referred to v we do not represent any companies of doubtful financial responsibility we solicit your orders h m Erickson successor to Schobert Ertckson office three doors from Posl Offlio electric people Wake Start g i c r l co opens office in Iron Wood and begins assembling materials the go Gebic Iron counties rail Light company the name selected by the Appleyar Sullivan interests for their proposed Street railway lighting and Power plants in go Gebic and Iron counties opened an office in the Bank of Iron Wood build ing this week filed the required sure to Bonds with City clerk Nelson yesterday and commenced assembling material for the construction work f d Sullivan of Ashland is in charge of the affairs of the company Engineer c son is engaged in Napkin preliminary surveys for the Ironwood Bessemer interurban line and the company transmission lines the company has an advertisement in this Issue of the news record for Cross ties and 2500 thirty foot Cedar poles for delivery before april 1 a consignment of steel rails has also been received Here for the com Pany or Hutchinson has been at work at the Falls on bad River in the Vicinity of Mellen for several months and has completed the surveys and staking of the company proposed canals pipe lines pole lines Power houses in that Vicinity the company intends to develop consider Able Power on bad River also at the two lower Falls on the Montreal River in addition to that it is now securing on White River and transmit it to the Range towns for lighting and Power purposes under the terms of the company franchises it is necessary that its lighting Plant be in operation by july 1 and cars running Between the cities of Ironwood and Bessemer by aug 15 or Sullivan told a reporter yesterday that work on the plants would be rushed from this time Forward rep stewarts Bill prohibiting the intermarriage of Whites with Blacks or members of the yellow race passed the committee of the whole without amendment the Hatchet has been buried and governor Osborn and the Senate Are now working in utmost Harmony to bring about constructive legislation in the big things before the Legisla Ture the governor invited into his Ollice last thursday senators White new Tori Watkins attorney general Kuhn and several others White and Newton Are leaders of the they were greeted in a most Friendly fashion and came out smiling Declar ing they were with the governor to pull through the big things he had in mind i want to say to you gentle said the governor that 1 re Spect each one of you i believe your difference of opinion was an honest one and 1 Admire the Man who can come to me and Tell me just where he stands and Why even if he be opposed to my views but i want him to stand there it is the Man upon whom you cant put your linger that i have no use the conference was a most import ant one and May result in an extra session of the legislature to be called a year hence the great topic or consideration was taxation the governor is anxious to see the Taxa Tion systems of Michigan gone in to in a scientific manner and revised according to the findings of a com Mission which shall be Given time and Money and Power to make a care Ful study of the taxation problems before the state the scheme was agreed to by the senators who were present the difference on the Point is that the governor Hopes to see the com Mission Complete its work and re port in time for the present Legisla Ture to act while senator White and others think it better to give the commission More time and perhaps Call a separate session for next year this the governor made Plain he is not for a tonnage tax on ores he wants to adhere to the principles of the and Volere tax but he wants the problem investigated with such care As to show How it will be possible for the state to get As much from the mines proportionately As from other property therefore he wants what the Republican platform Calls for on royalties the governor likes the idea of a specific tax but he told the Sena tors present that he admitted he was a Crank on some matters and did not wish to unduly influence them on this question the mortgage tax Law he also wants thoroughly overhauled and he wants Mineral reserves taxed the meeting was the utmost har Mony and the senators present Are in full Accord with the commission As soon As possible and let it get to work the question of when it shall report continued on local Skee tournament tomorrow the Ironwood ski club will hold a tournament at its slide North of the fair grounds sunday afternoon feb 5 the holding of the local tournament at this time has a twofold Pur pose to classify the riders for the big tournament on feb 1 and to assist in raising the fund necessary to carry on the tournament to be held two weeks later there will be classes for professionals amateurs and boys tomorrow the management of the club has announced that no rider will be permitted to take part in Tomor rows tournament unless proper Skees and bindings Are used and the suggestion is made that heavy shoes in Stead of rubbers be worn by All riders experience has shown that the rider has better control of his Skees when they Are bound to heavy sole shoes de Hedlund who attended the National tournament at Chippewa Falls says that no rider wore rubbers Fred Larson and Helmer ii Endrick son the fourteen Earold boys who out jumped the professionals at Chippewa Falls will be seen at the Iron Wood tournament on feb bar Ney Kiley of Coleraine who retains lie National Amateur championship will also come Here end it is the expectation of the club managers that it least sixty outside riders will be Here at that time a nominal admission fee of 25 cents will recharged for tomorrows tournament the needs the Money go out and get your moneys Worth tuesday february 7 1911 the Epworth league of the first m e Church will give an entertain ment and social on the above Date in the basement of the new Church the program consisting of Home Tal ent to be rendered follows Lar Board Hematite glee club oration Tousaint Sam patek contralto Solo the last miss Maude Slade Cornet Solo selected prof up Snavely Reading the drinking House Over the miss Jessica Bond Bass Solo when the winds Oer the sen blow a Esli May trombone Solo selected or Oscar Laugen loves old Sweet Hematite glee club after the program the Young ladies of the league will serve refreshments the members of the league Are earning 50 cents or More aside from their regular salary and it will vie interesting to see How they succeed the admission will by adults 25 cents children 15 cents smallpox at Saxon or e b Stebbins was at Saxon several Days the fore part of the week fumigating one of defers Camp against smallpox and vaccinating the men he vaccinated 118 John Send or one of the men at the Camp Wen to Ashland last saturday and after he got there developed a Case of Small pox he never had been vaccinated and was put in the pest House a Ashland there have been no Nev cases develop at the Saxon Camp since then but it was thought for a Tim that it would be necessary to quaran Tine the entire Miner your Spring sewing j we Are ready to serve you having taken advantage of a recent j heavy Sale of Cotton piece goods has Given us an Opportunity of m placing on Sale one of the Best and largest lines of suiting must fac Lins Cambric cloth Percale and Gingham of which we ask your inspection 3g Inch Tower Mills unbleached Cotton per Yard 36 Inch Harding us bleached Cotton per cd 30 Inch Lockhart unbleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch Michigan unbleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch Sterling unbleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch product bleached Cotton per 36 Inch toilers bleached Cotton per 36 in our own bleached Cotton per 36 Inch Peerless Cambric per 36 Inch Fine spun Long cloth per 6c 6k 8k 9k lie 8k 9k Loc 12c 15c Wash goods Everett classic zephyrs per red Seal Gingham per 32 Inch Glen cover zephyrs per Short per Short per 32 Inch Percale per Bonday Flannelette per Short flair Nels per full Standard Outing flannels per 9c Loc 15c Loc Loc Loc Loc 7c 9k wide sheeting and Wash dress goods at equally Low prices Davis of car your chaps disappear like magic when you use b d s peroxide Cream i Good for your hands i Good for your face i Good for your lips Good for shavers Good for chaps 1 Good for girls 1 Good for ladies g Good for men Good for 25 cents City drug store i 234 Mcleod ave f i dont forget i 16 is that carry the Best line of fresh fruits confectionery tobaccos cigars and stationery x also everything in hot and cold drinks 3 j of it Tetlie Best goods for the lowest prices is our motto x pfc 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank Anton Michaels 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 Bast ave phone 23
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