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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - January 21, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood news record volume 25 number 47 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday january 21 1911 per year in Advance decoys groceries t m have been the Standard for purity and excellence for years the same High duality is continually maintained throughout our entire Stock James Devoy co wholesale and retail grocers j vie state Capitol notes items of interest from the legislative Halls at Lansing collector of customs c j Byrne has tendered his recognition As a member of the Board of trustees Lor the upper Peninsula Hospital for the insane at Dewberry to gov Osborn and the governor has appointed John o Max by of to fill the vacancy the House Friday went on record 67 to 1 As opposed to the customary junket to visit state institutions tit it ii Vic to a to to to it Jit to to to ii to about prescriptions 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 let us fill your prescriptions m f Mccabe co i druggists or experience Hep Thomas h Mcnaughton of Kent county has introduced a Bill in the House which it is believed will solve the great question of a More just distribution of the primary school Money some school districts have enough Money on hand to keep them running for 22 years if they never receive another Penny but under the present arrangements these same districts Are receiving More Money every year and All the while the pile is grow ing while in counties like Wayne Kent Saginaw Kalamazoo and one or two others not enough is received to make it much of an object Vari Ous Means have been under discussion relative to this matter or Mcnaughton scheme provides that in any District which on july i finds it has a sufficient sum to pay the salaries of the teachers on the basis of the year last past for two years in Advance shall not be counted when the App or Jon ment of primary Money is made Chat is the children of school age Are of to be counted and As the Money is distributed on a per capita basis Nat rally the District would not share lius the other larger districts would it an additional portion of the Mon y rep Oppenborn of Alpena has in produced one of the most drastic amendments to the primary Law imaginable or Oppenborn goes to the extent of cutting out the enrolment nature of the primary entirely rep Graves of Adrian has Intro Lucid a Bill providing Cor the collect Ion of specific taxes from All mining companies operating in the state of Michigan and which Are engaged it producing Copper and Iron Ore noting is said about raining companies engaged in the production of Coal and Salt important lower Peninsula Indus tries governor Osborn is on record opposed to the tonnage tax and such a Bill will probably encounter Lis veto if it passes the houses of the legislature Many legislators believe the Bill will not be reported out of the committee it provides for Spe civic taxes of on half cent a Pound on Copper and fifteen cents on each rounds of Iron Ore All property pay no specific taxes under the act is to be placed on the general assessment Rolls and to be subject to local state and county taxes with the amount of the state taxes deducted from the specific sex is a Wise Man who profits by his experience but his Wisdom is greater if he also profits by the experience of others every Day you will read in about somebody who has lost the savings of years through fire or robbery profit by these experiences of other and Deposit your Money in this Bank where it is absolutely Safe available whenever you want it and gives you business standing among business men pm Gebic National Bank Ironwood 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 Ollice lir of doors from 1osloflico obituary mrs Arthur Mccarthy of Foster Ville a former resident of Ironwood died of hip joint disease at St Jos ephs Hospital Ashland on Jan 18 after a protracted illness deceased was 31 years old and besides the Hus band leaves three children her Naiden name was Hose j Niver the remains were brought to Iron Wood wednesday night and taken to the Home of James Trudgeon mans Field Street mrs Trudgeon being a sister of or Mccarthy the funeral took place yesterday afternoon the service being conducted at the Resi Dence by the Rev or busier of the Hurley or e Church the friends of the family extend their sympathy in the bereavement that has befallen them mrs Frank Chervenka died of Neu Juvonia about five Oclock thursday morning at the Home of ber parents or and mrs Charles Garland 315 South Lowell Street she was sick less than one week Olga Garland Chervenka was the eldest child of or and mrs Garland and was born at the Windsor mine location near Hurley on Jan is 1891 she was married to or Chervenka about one year ago the funeral will take place this afternoon with services at the episcopal Church at two Oclock a distressing circumstance of the ally action that has befallen the family is the fact that mrs Garland Mother of the Youn woman was stricken with pneumonia yesterday much sorrow is expressed for the family in their hour of sorrow and Bereave ment i your Spring sewing v we nip rpm irk to a pop inn Liavine taken advantage of a recent we Are ready to Seive you having taken advantage of a recent heavy Sale of Cotton piece goods has Given us an Opportunity of placing on Sale one of the Best and largest lines of suiting mus Lins Cambric Nain Sook Long cloth Percale and Gingham of which we ask your inspection 30 Inch Tower Mills unbleached Cotton per Yard 36 Inch Harding us bleached Cotton per cd 3g Inch Lockhart unbleached Cotton per cd 30 Inch Michigan unbleached Cotton per cd 30 Inch Sterling unbleached Cotton per cd 30 Inch product bleached Cotton per 36 Inch toilers bleached Cotton per 36 in our own bleached Cotton per 30 Inch Peerless Cambric per 30 Inch Fine spun Long cloth per 6k 8k 9k he 8k 9k Loc 12c 15c Wash goods Everett classic zephyrs per bed Seal Gingham per 32 Inch Glen cover zephyrs 1 per Short per Short per 32 Inch Percale per Bonday Flannelette per Short flan Nels per full Standard Outing flannels per 1uw Loc 7c c 9k wide sheeting and Wash dress goods at equally Low Davis feb the Bill to put fraternal insurance companies on a better basis which has been agreed on by the National association of insurance commission ers the National fraternal Congress and the association of fraternities of America has been introduced by Liep Ashley of Detroit essential mat ters which it provides for Are an an Nual valuation of All certificates out standing so that adequate rates can be mathematically determined for the investment and distribution of funds to regulate mergers and trans fers of one society with another and for the Lodge initiation system there is however nothing in the Bill which would Force any society to increase its rates senator tames of Houghton has introduced a Bill advocating a repeal in the mortgage tax Law he advocates a Complete repeal of the Law and of fers no substitute automobiles Are now required l carry lights and a Bill has been introduced providing for an amendment to the act whereby All carriages will have to be equipped there seems to be every indication that the proposed amendment will carry both houses and the state vehicle Law will in consequence be changed to this extent senator Foster introduced a Bill proposing an amendment to the con new dog Ulcher Means business Ironwood has a new dog and he intends to Sally Forth in a few clays on a vigorous crusade against the unlicensed canine the old clog Warden appointed last summer re signed because he get enough business to make it Emil Johnson the new incumbent of the Ollice will adopt scientific methods in rounding up the i tagged pups of which he believes there Are several thousand in the City the tilings that will be doing when or Johnson invades the mining locations will be More easily photographed than writ ten about or our recollection fails us of the happenings of the Days when the Pound master first started on the Trail of the marauding Bovine or Johnson is fixing up Nice warm nests at the Pound for the dogs that he expects to Lasso and is having Stout crates made in which to take the animals to the the dog License year is from july 15 to july 15 and every canine that Doest Wear tag will be treated As a suspicious character just As soon As air Johnson gets his Lizins in shape up to yesterday the City clerk had issued 8s dog licenses for the year end Ngi next july Bon Fields Bond was approved the surety Bond of Michard Han meld county treasurer elect was approved and accepted by the supervisors at an adjourned meeting of the Board held at the court House last monday and or ban held was placed in charge of the Ollice the Bond was written by the Maryland casualty company and is in the sum of on tuesday morning or Banfield appointed Oscar Ketola As Deputy county treasurer and the gentlemen named will transact the of siness of the Tolice during the next two years the attorney general of the state instructed the Board that or Banfield was entitled to the Ollice when the super visors accepted the Bond required though he had failed to furnish it by Ian 1st the acting treasurer go received the treasurers salary for the first sixteen Days of the pres nt1 month 477 births in Ironwood in 1910 there were 177 births in Ironwood in a gain of 20 Over the parents of forty per cent of the Chil Dren born Here last year were finns the number recorded at the City clerks Ollice As being of that nationality being 188 other nationalities Are represented As follows Ameri can 5 swedish 37 polish 34 Austri an 32 italian 28 English 24 galician 17 russian 14 Hungary 10 Germany syrian 8 norwegian 6 miscellaneous 14 f not let us Supply you with one we Hancile the celebrated Taylor instrument with either the spirit or Mercury column we have them graduated in both fahrenheit and centigrade systems prices ranging from 25 cents to each City drug store Mcleod ave 16 16 Stit ution so that the terms of the governors appointees made during the recess of the Senate shall terminate at the reconvening of the succeeding Senate it follows a provision of the United states Constitution when the House convened monday night four More proposals were submitted to provide ways for gov Osborn to make the investigations into affairs of state institutions depart ments and boards which in Liis inaugural he declared should be made Many members feel the governor continued on 16 16 16 16 16 j6 16 while Down town these cold Days 91 91 9c 91 9f 91 9f 9f 91 beef Tea Cocoa Tomato Bouillion and Vigoro served with cookies i Anton Michaels 36 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank wrestling Malch tonight Carl Lehto who Lias Many admirers Here and Carl Mattson of Minneapolis will engage in a wrestling match at Palace Hall this evening the match is for Best two out of three Falls and a Good contest is promised k j Virtanen and Gunnard Gron Lund will furnish the preliminary to the main event tickets so and 75 cents stage seats first bout called at framed Copley prints at larsons wallpaper store at 20 per cent off ats 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 Hast Albod ave honk 23
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