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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - January 14, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan News record volume 25 number 46 Iron Wood g06ebic county Michigan saturday january 14 1911 per year in Advance i f a 11 m m a s have been the Standard for purity and excellence for years the same High Quality is continually maintained throughout our entire Stock James Devoy Coj wholesale and retail grocers it i about prescriptions ill filling prescriptions is not merely mixing child can do 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 we have both Ujj let us fill your prescriptions f i m f Mccabe co 1 druggists an appropriate Tihe to turn Over a new to break off extravagant habits and begin to save Money is right now while the pres ent prosperous times an easy matter to earn Money history tells us that some Clay a change May come and it is Best to be prepared for hard times a few dollars saved each week or Mont hand deposited in Bank will accumulate in a most surprising manner arid will soon place one in an Independent position begin today to curtail the careless spending of your earnings Lay by a Little As you go along and make this month one to be remembered As the starting Point of your Fortune we will help you by guarding your savings carefully and protecting you from loss go Gebic National Bank 9 Iron Wood Mich the fire risk your risk of loss by fire can be reduced to a minimum by obtaining a policy in a company that in More than a Hundred years has never failed to pay a loss we do not represent any company of doubtful financial responsibility h m Erickson agent office three doors from Oslo fico state Capitol notes items of interest from the legislative Halls at Lansing Bep c d Symonds of Menominee states that an Effort will be made by upper Peninsula legislators to pass a two cent fare Law applicable to upper Peninsula roads regardless of the suggestion of governor Osborn in his message that the reduction be to a rate of two and on half cents a mile in discussing this matter Friday however Bep Symonds called Atten Tion to an even More important condition As regards Railroad operations in the upper Peninsula he pointed out that Michigan is the Only state in the Union in which there is a line dividing the state into two territories where different freight and passenger rates prevail he asserted that freight rates in the upper Peninsula Are abominable and As an instance asserted that a Well known wholesale House in his Home town can ship goods at a lower rate to Points in Michigan by carting them across the River to Marinette and shipping them into Michigan than to ship them direct from Menominee rep Symonds says that All except one or two upper Peninsula legislators Are pledged to fight for lower rates and adds that at present there seems to be no Way to obtain Relief from freight rates which Are seriously hampering his Section of the country on its business activities it is stated there is a concerted plan on foot by the cities of Lansing port Huron Jackson and of therm Nici parities in the state which Are interested in the commission form of government for the presentation of several amendments to the Home Rule act for cities this Effort is made it is understood that the Best Type of the commission form of government will be obtained chief among the changes proposed will be the Initia Tive and recall senator Collins of Bay City will introduce a Bill providing for an amendment to the primary Law which will include the nominating of judges of the supreme court by primary gov Osborn has another innovation for the administration of state affairs he proposes to have the other state elective Ollices and the Heads of appointive departments join in a Cabinet for the consideration of important state policies these officials will be invited to meet the governor in the executive Parlours for consultation the Republican majority of the Senate has done what the democratic minority of three regard As a genuinely White act that is they have agreed to allow each of the democrats to name one of the 40 Senate employees As each of the three will name a Democrat this will he the first session since 1891 that there have been democratic employees in the Senate Bep Dusenbury who is chairman of the House judiciary committee will open proceedings in the House to repeal the mortgage tax Law he will offer As a substitute the new York Law which imposes a recording fee of on half of one per cent on mortgages but no other tax governor Osborn will remove to Lansing during his term of office he has rented his suite at the Downey House for that period and it is stated his private business will be transacted with Lansing As his Headquarters representatives from nearly All of the railroads operating in Michigan were in Lansing tuesday in attend Ance at a hearing before the state Railroad commission relative to in stalling the Block signal system on the various railroads of the state much interest is being manifested in the hearing for a Large number of those in attendance Are general superintendents of the railroads who have taken it on themselves to be on the ground the hearing is to deter mine what kind of an order the com Mission will Issue after the discus Sion the commission will get together and Issue an order owing to the Large number of wrecks on account of rear end Colli Sions of late the commission feels that no train should be dispatched from any station while another train on the same track is reported As not having reached the station ahead the Railroad men appear to be will ing to install such a system As they Are As eager to prevent wrecks As is the commission rep Stevenson has reintroduced his tonnage tax Bill of 1909 which was not pressed to passage in that session because gov Warner said he did not approve of specific taxes so would veto it gov Osborn in his continued on next ski club elects officers the meeting of the Ironwood ski club at scandinavian Hall last sunday largely attended in spite of the snowstorm and proved a Success in every particular officers for the Eil skiing year were elected As follows president Carl e Erickson treasurer w g Peterson Secretary de financial Secretary Oscar Ekholm captains Chris Johnson and Jens Eggen arrangements for two tournaments were made the first one to be a local affair and is to be help on sunday feb 5 the big tournament of the Ironwood ski club which is to be open to All riders in the country will be held on feb 19 the club is arranging for a num ber of delegates to go to Chippewa Falls where the National ski tournament is be held this month to boost for Ironwood As the place of holding the 1912 tournament it seems As though Ironwood should stand a show of winning next years As the local clubs slide and Hill Are comparatively As Good As any in the country even if the scaffold int made of steel the Mem Bers of the club feel that if a City like clip pkwy Falls or Coleraine can take care of such an event Ironwood certainly carpenters Are now making a few changes in the slide which will enable the riders to make longer jumps the local riders Are All getting new heavy Skees made As the club intends to Send at least two riders to the larger tournaments seeing is a june clean sport very daring and yet not dangerous by taxpayers pay up monday a Husy Day at theoflice of City treasurer win d Snyder Many taxpayers having delayed pay ing their taxes unti the last moment and still the three per cent penalty required by Law on All taxes remaining unpaid on Jaru Jlon Days receipts constituted nearly one half of the amount spread on the tax Roll the tax contributions of the mining companies Banks and larger corporation of the City follow Oliver Iron mining co Newport co Iron co Goobic Natrona twin City Yeii elec co Bank of Scott lumber Peoples co Ironwood brewing co the total amount spread on the tax Roll of for City school spec Ial sidewalk c0unty county Road and state purposes is the con Cerns named above paying of it favors jul Ijac Coopers reelection it is the general opinion of those versed in tin political affairs of the county and District that our present circuit judge will have no opposition forthe Ollice there seems to be a general for 0mce in Houghton nearly All the attorneys in Tlle county Are after the election in Ontonagon and go Gebic counties none of the attorneys seem to feel that there is any need of changing feel thai judge Cooper is a competent and capable Man for the position As he has demonstrated Dilaj Rwjr the time that to has held the Honor of the Ontonagon Herald Clancy Dies in West of the death of j w Clancy of Spokane was received Here by his daughter mrs John Bogue on thursday Clancy was very Well known All Coyer the Copper country having lived in Greenland for some time and at 3ne time was in business at Bessemer with the firm of Bond Clancy or Clancy was 01 years of age besides the aged Mother mrs Bond of this Village he leaves two sons and one daughter to mourn his loss the children Are mrs John Bogue of Thiis Village James Clancy of Mohawk Anco co Clancy who was with his Tatlier be Ontonagon gov Osborh makes appointments governor to reborn has sent to the state Senate i several appointments for confirmation including the following Perry f Powers of Cadillac to succeed Richard Fletcher of Bay City As state labor commissioner and Lawton t Hemans the unsuccessful Democrat candidate for governor and James Bice of marquee for members of the state commission to succeed respectively James Scully of Ionia and ge0 w Dickenson of Pon Tiac according t0 the Michigan bulletin of vital statistics just issued there were 33 deaths go births in go Gebic county the month of novem ber report for the month was 17 and 33 births Besse mers 7 death arum 13 births your Spring sewing 2j we Are ready to serve you having taken advantage of a recent 2j heavy Sale of Cotton piece goods has Given us an Opportunity of w placing on Sale one of the Best and largest lines of suiting Lins Cambric Nain Sook Long cloth Percale and Gingham of Ryfa which we ask your inspection 36 Inch Tower Mills unbleached Cotton per Yard 36 Inch Harding us bleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch Lockhart unbleached Cotton per cd 36 Inch Michigan unbleached Cotton per cd 30 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 he 8k 9k Loc i2c 15c Wash goods Everett classic zephyrs per bed Seal Gingham per 32 Inch Glen cover zephyrs per Short per Short Brays per 32 Inch Percale per Bonday Flannelette per Short flan Nels per full Standard Outing flannels per wide sheeting and Wash dress goods at equally Low prices if not let us Supply you with one we handle the 1 1 celebrated Taylor instrument with either the spirit or Mercury column we have them graduated in both fahrenheit and centigrade systems be prices ranging from 25 cents to each 1 us City drug store Jug 234 Mcleod ave is it while Down town it these cold Days beef Tea Cocoa Tomato Bouillion and Vigoro served with cookies it it it it it 109 Suffolk Street it Anton m 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 us Swanson Bast ave phone 23

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