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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - July 1, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Record volume 26 number 18 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday july 1 1911 per year in Advance our Stock of 8 of it we assure you perfect satisfaction when using Devoy Quality All the fresh fruits and vegetables the it Market a Farric 1james Devoy co 9t wholesale and retail grocers u Al to to to to to to to to to to to to to Osgood news is always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Wincn Lawn carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct i t form with the message w it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for All people there is none better made we have All the latest Crane novelties and Many of the Baton Crane if inc Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists a Camel has sense enough when crossing the dessert to Lay in a Supply of water to last several Days a Wise Man accumulates Money when Money is plenty and saves enough to tide him Over hard times and Rainy Days if the Camel Only drank enough one Day he would die in the Des Sert if you dont save while you have a Chance you May die in the poor House we Are Here to help the Avise Man take care of his Money to insure it against loss and to assist him with our advice and influence go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich when the engine comes it is too Lute to think of insure and Lioy be called to your place any Day any hour insure before the fire inst id of regretting after it that you did not take our advice Stop in and order a pol by enough to cover the loss a ire would entail on you h m Erickson successor to Schobert Ertckson program for the fourth splendid list of attractions for next tues Days Celebration in Ironwood line of procession i form on Suffolk Street and East an West Mcleod Avenue and the rout of the Parade will be As follows South on Suffolk to Vaughn East o Vaughn to Curry North on Curry Ayer West on Ayer to Suffolk North on Suffolk to Pew Abic West on pea Bic to Lawrence South on la Rem to Norrie East on Norrie to Lowell South on Lowell to Ayer Ayer to Lawrence South on Lawrenc to Aurora East on Aurora to Suffolk South on Suffolk to the speakers Stan at the Corner of Vaughn and Suffolk streets the Parade will Start from the City Hall at Oclock All automobiles Are requested by Specia invitation to decorate their cars Aid take part in the Parade All children Are requested to meet at the cite Hall at 9 Oclock All children taking part in the Parade will be Given Alaj and will be treated to Candy at Ity Hall after the Parade business floats in prize second prize prize conical turnouts on wheels first prize second prize third prize prize second prize third prize fourth prize free rus Sian Cossack rough rider will give an exhibition on horse Back of trick and rough Riding during the horse races and horse races and sports to take place at the fair grounds starting at Oclock everything free free admission to the fair grounds and grandstand horse races in half mile heats Best three in five free Orall race divided in three prizes class Farmer race divided in live prizes miners drilling at Oclock at the fair first prize prize third prize fourth prize All men taking part in the drilling contest must bring their own drills and hammers All drills must be 1j Inch v sports and Yard dash 1st prize second prize third prize 100yard dash men first prize second prize third prize Tugo War ten men first prize second prize 100yard dash boys under 10 first prize second prize third boys race Loo Yards first Prisc second prize third prize running Broad jump first prize second prize third prize standing Broad jump first prize second prize third prize Flop Saipan jump first prize Sec Ond prize third prize sack race first prize second prize third prize Pota to race first prize second prize third prize three legged race first prize second prize third prize special automobile the evening starting at Oclock at the Ity Hall All owners of automobiles ire requested to decorate their cars and take part in the Parade first prize for the Best decorated Automo bile second prize third prize fourth prize More arrests of game violators Deputy game Warden Claud Lar son is continuing the Good work of Landing violators of the fish and Laws in go Gebic and Iron coun ties on tune 17th he arrested John 3arland of Uno for Selling Brook Trout and Justice de Scott of Iron River imposed a line of ten dollars and costs when Garland plead guilty to the charge a few Days later he arrested Frank Peterson and tames Drew for killing Deer near the United logging Camps in Watersmeet township and Justice a c Brownell assessed Peterson thirty five dollars and costs and Drew Twenty dollars and costs Deputy Larson also placed Emil Negri and Frank Zucca of bes Semer under arrest on the charge of blasting fish near no 2 dam in Black River they plead not guilty and were bound Over to the circuit court Paula Haire wrote the Ivy song word has been received in Hancock to the effect that miss Paula Haire daughter of judge and mrs Norman w Haire of Ripley wrote the Ivy song which was Sung by the girl sat Smiths College at Boston during their commencement festivities the singing of the Ivy song is one of the great feat ires of the commencement pro Gram of this school As every student i news j c m bean carries a full line of typewriter ribbons and papers Ashland trimmed us tight game of baseball last sunday Goe to the Fellows at the Bay fellow fans Ashland had the in Dian sign on Wens last sunday after noon and won the game by copping two runs in the sixth inning while the Best we could do was to Geta single tally in the fourth it was a tight wad game the entire distance and it was largely a pitchers Battle the opposing fingers being Johnson for Ironwood and Snow for Ashland Ironwood Only got two hits off Snow Ashland Only three off Johnson the latter striking out 7 Snow 5 the game was played in an hour and fort minutes so you see there was no unnecessary rag the game being the fastest Ever played on the Ashland Ball Yard there want a thing doing until the fourth inning in which stanza Schaefer banged the Ball Over the right Field Fence for two bases Schaefer scored on a hot grounder by Jacquart Anc that was every single thing we got in the Way of tallies aah land came through with its two runs in the sixth inning Asplunq was Safe on a grounder to Baillies Pufallt attempted bunt went just High enough Over Stevens head for a hit Stevens playing in close for the bunt Nord went up to Bat but was jerked out to let Holiday Bat in his place just then mister Upthegrove the manager walked to the Home plate to hand mister Holiday a few instructions when Asplind ran for third Johnson threw High to Stev is and Asplund scored pretty Sharp practice that in the face of the Rule hat a base runner cannot Advance while a batsman is being changed however never mind Fellows this used things for a time and before the miners got Back to their Pace fall stole third and scored on a or to Mills Richards dropping Mills throw old by Marks is Back in the game for and has Puta lot of Ginger nto Ash lands infield he is pulling Jit something All the time to keep the boys working Snow pitched the Best of his life Johnson also pitch 2d in excellent form and any of the teams in this Section will have to go ome to beat Johnson with that fast Bunch of Young miners behind him joing right about two Hundred fellow fans a pm pained the boys to Ashland and he Norrie band went along the Jand played a concert before the game which was listened to by hundreds of people the band made a bigger lit than Ever with the citizens of Ashland Many of whom declared it Vas the Best music they had heard in Ashland in years a great crowd attended the Ball Urne and although we lost the game and had to take the Small end of the ate receipts in consequence the local manager returned with Money to he Good after All expenses had been Aid Ashland plays in Ironwood again n August 20 tomorrow Mellen comes to Iron Ood for its third game with the local earn each has a game to its credit Liis season and each will do its Best o win the game this will be the ast time that Mellen will be seen in Ironwood this season and they have signed up a new Pitcher for the ocasion but our lefty Sundell who handed it to pm before will try o put it Over them some mor Tomor of on the fourth of july Ironwood plays at Mellen for a purse of iut up by the Mellen fourth of july Ommittee the following is the summary of ast sundays game at Ashland it h k Kennedy 010 Baillies 041 Schaefer 130 ichards 0 7 1 f Jacquart 110 Tevens 000 Ohnson 000 tills 071 Ohnson Oil total 1 2 24 4 k it k 0 10 Ohnson 0 14 0 Roarx 010 Weiss 210 Winsfield 010 Idle now 020 Esplund 000 Zufall 102 0 i 0 total 2 3 27 2 batted for Nord in 6th 0010000 0000200 earned runs Ironwood 1 Ashland left on bases Ashland 3 Ironwood base on balls off Johnson 1 two ase hit Schaefer struck out by Ohnson 7 by Snow 5 i we Are reducing our coloured fancy pattern hats less than 12 pattern hats pattern hats pattern hats pattern hats pattern we extend to you and your friends a very cordial invitation visit our millinery department during this Sale ii pfc to if dollars Worth of hosiery underwear and linens bought from the failed wholesale dry goods House of Tibbs Hutch c 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 of Davis a feb i for floors furniture Woodwork use i Rogers stain floor finish As i it makes old floors look like new it makes Pine floors look like Hardwood f it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not affected by water a it can he applied by anybody h it is made in All natural Wood shades for Sale at the fat City drug store 234 Mcleod ave base Ball goods t we carry the largest and Best line of 2 base Ball goods in the City reach official base balls the famous and Wagner bats 5 the much talked of Duck foot Glove and All others the Best goods for the lowest Price is our motto it Anton Michael i 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank in meats there is a lot of satisfaction in knowing that Nyhen you place an order for meals 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 41o Bast phone 23

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