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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - July 1, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Ero Wood news be cold a weekly newspaper published by the news record Public Linz co entered As mail matter of the second class in the Post office at Ironwood july 1 1911 Brief City news Fra at Pierce theater july 6 v c Wells Norrie Street is enjoy ing a visit from his father s j Kerr left this morning for a several Days visit with friends at min Neapolis for rent five Large rooms Down stairs in a two Story House apply at finnish printing office Mcleod Avenue miss Eva Nourse of the Ekholm millinery department left the fore part of the week for her Home at Lansing Temple 123 Aurora Street High class moving pictures and illustrated songs admission 5 and 10 cents some weather extremes this week 42 above Zero at wednesday morning 92 above at yesterday afternoon for Sale summer cottage 16x20 with frontage of 300 feet on Mercer Lake apply to Jos Baur Walker House Iron Wood Christian science service will be held at the Christian science Chapel on Aurora Street at a july 2 subject of lesson Sermon we solicit your patronage in dress making our work is firs class and prices consistent with s Pearl Lovelace Kearney Block Iron Wood phone 487 Hev or Poyser of Crystal Falls will conduct services in the episcopal Church in this City sunday july 2 at a m and p m holy communion will be administered at least at the morning service miss Kate Gribble of this City and Henry Pollard of Calumet were mar ried wednesday afternoon at the Resi Dence of the brides brother capt s j Gribble Yaughn Street they will reside at Kearsarge Mich Nels Clifton one of Ishpeming most prominent citizens and widely known throughout the de away last saturday morning at augustan Hospital Chicago from the effect of a surgical operation per formed for Gall stones w Ekquist returned monday morn ing from Calumet where he attended the conference of the finnish Luth eran evangelical Church delegates were present from Points save Mote As Finland and California next years meeting will be held in Iron Wood miss Emma of the late Emma Abbot celebrated in America As the Pioneer in English to Pierce theater on thursday july 0 with her own opera company presenting the company bears the Best of recommendations All reserved seats general admission 50 and 75 cents miss Florence Gray Niece of or and mrs j w Best of this City and who is Well known to Many people of Iron Wood and 0 Ross Hamilton of Palatka were United in marriage at the Home of the brides parents capt and mrs w w on june 27 by Rev Charles Frazer the Young people Lefton a honeymoon trip to or Hamiltons old Home a1 to Steward Ohio or Hamilton is a mining Engineer in the employ of the Spring Valley Iron co the Young people will reside at Palatka Alexander Callam fell from the skip at the Geneva exploration at Noor wednesday and was instantly killed the skip had reached a Point about six Hundred feet above the Bottom when Callam either lost his hold on the wire Cable or fainted Martin Canfield who was standing on the skip with Callam was unable to say just How the latter came to fall de ceased was employed As a pump Man at the Geneva deceased is survive by his wife and seven children who reside at the and by a sister and brother Isabella Callam and John Callam Sutherland Street he was forty one years old the funeral was held from the first m e Church under the auspices of the maccabees yesterday afternoon largely attended meetings of Iron Wood Grange were held at reids Hall monday afternoon and evening which were addressed by r 1st Seward 01 Stephenson and c h Bramble of Tecumseh president Hull of the state Grange who was advertised to be present was unable to attend the evening meeting was especially interesting or Seward making an address full of practical suggestions r l Vilas of Ishpeming entertained the audience with a number of tricks and or Bramble spoke on numerous subjects it May not be generally known that Ironwood Grange has the largest membership of any Grange in the upper Peninsula and that its members carry fire insurance in the Grange company to the amount of a larger sum than is carried in any other Grange in Michigan miss Mae Eplett and Albert Ander son Well and favourably known Young people of this City were United in marriage at the first m e Church at live Oclock thursday afternoon the ceremony being performed by the Rev w b Coombe in the presence of a Large gathering of relatives and friends miss Myrtle Eplett sister of the Bride who was the maid of Honor wore a gown of White embroidery and carried Pink roses the brides gown was Cream Messaline silk Over White taffeta and she carried a Shower Bou Quet of Bride roses and lilies of the Valley the Anderson and Edith Nicholls were in White and carried Pink and White car nations Joseph Gregory was Best Man Albert Eplett and Harold up Lett were the Ushers Mae Scott was Flower girl and Philip May ring bearer the bridal chorus from Lohengrin was played by mrs John it Speare the Bride was Given away by her father Richard j Eplett a Large number of friends attended a recep Tion at the residence of the brides parents at the Aurora mine in the evening the gifts were numerous and Beautiful attesting the popular Ity of the Young people with their Large Circle of friends the news record joins the latter in extending congratulations and Best wishes to or and mrs Anderson Oval Over shoe look at our windows 1 we Are proud of our windows just now they Are More than Ever Worth going out of your Way to see All the newest Spring and summer styles Are there and because a full run of sizes and widths on every style shown is on our shelves this Cut shows the extremely stylish limit Model Blucher pattern Radi calf leather Price other styles at and traction Deal closed e d Nelson Sells out local interests to at twelve Oclock last night Humphrey and Dean nelson1 acting for e d Nelson turned Over to a1 Ian t Pray and f d of Ashland acting for the so called Appleyard interests the plants franchises business and property of the twin City general electric Iron Wood water works and the new own ers Are now in Possession of the trac Tion lighting and water Supply sys tems of Ironwood and Hurley p c j Miller passes away f Peter c j Miller a Pioneer Resi Dent of Ironwood died of cancer o1 the stomach at his Home Cornero Ayer and Norfolk streets about four Oclock thursday been ailing longtime being confined to his Home for Many months de ceased was a native of Denmark in which country he was born june 7j 1851 he came to America when a Young Man settling in Marquette county nearly forty years ago forja number of years he was employed As Foreman of the old m h o Ore docks at Marcquette later residing at Negaunee arid Ishpeming he was married to miss Fia Smine Nelson at Ishpeming in 1882 and four years later came to Ironwood the widow and the following children survive miss Christiana Miller of Ironwood mrs Albert Peterson of Seattle mrs Sheffield Bailey of Ashland Peter and Marguerite Miller of Iron Wood the deceased was one of the few remaining Pioneer residents of Ironwood coming Here the Winter of 18856 he erected the building at the Corner of Ayer and Norfolk streets it one of the few buildings in the business Section that escaped destruction in the big fire of 1887 or Miller was prominently identified with the Public affairs of Ironwood in its Early Days in 1890 he sought the Republican nomination for sheriff but was Defeated by Joseph Cremens the latter in turn being Defeated by Andy Byrne in the subsequent elec Tion the sympathy of the Community goes out to the family in their bereavement the funeral will take place this afternoon with services at the residence at three Oclock twelve Given diplomas Rev h a Buchholtz delivered the baccalaureate presented the diplomas to the graduates of St Ambrose High school last sunday evening for Buchholtz made a Strong plea for Cliris Tian education holding that it was necessary to the preservation of the Home and the state the Sanctity of the oath preservation of Law and order and a citizenship that had respect for the rights of others were All indissolubly bound up in Christian education and Christian citizenship the Sermon was a Strong presentation of the Church stand on the question of combining religious and secular teach ing for Buch Hotte congratulated the members of the class on what they had accomplished and gave them some excellent advices to the future those upon whom for Buchholtz conferred the honors of graduation Fol Low academic Margaretg Harring ton Clotilda a Landers John f la forge Josie a Leahy Agnes e Mccarthy Samuel a bid Dennis d Shea Louise v Soraruf Ellen a Scott Catherine a Shea Thomas l Tolan music Isabel Barry first presbyterian Church George m Tourtellot minister Public worship in this Church next Sabbath at a m and p m a morning subject after Freedom evening theme every nans unrecognized miss Williams and miss Andrews wit i the quartet will sing the Bible school will meet at a in Myers has big Tumble according to the nearest estimate in is Able to give lie was about ten thousand feet above the Earth yet upon reaching the floor beside the bed found himself very much awake also unharmed ant was soon adjust ing the remnant of his Stock very ittle being left after the immense Rush of the past week however by telegraphing and writing for lots of new up Odate goods will very soon be in shipshape ready to Supply his Misi omers with clean merchandise at a Shade lower Price even than heretofore you will scarcely notice the Lack and Blue spots As they Are scarcely perceptible yours truly it m makes Iron with real Economy the Gas company has discovered a Gas Iron which furnishes the cheapest Way in existence for doing the family ironing it is the i m e Comfort Gas Iron this is not a toy or an expensive luxury it is an absolute practical very economical appliance we guarantee that it will give perfect satisfaction and that it will do ten hours ironing with five cents Worth of Gas Price 3o days9 trial Ironwood Bas co a satisfied customer is our Best advertisement notify us promptly of any detect in your service Michigan to fat the annual school meeting of the Public schools of the City of Iron Wood will beheld on Mon Day july 10 1911 at the Central school building Cor Ner of East Ayer and South Marquette streets in said City of Ironwood for the Pur p6feeof electing one school trustee for the term of three Aars and for the transaction of such business As May Law full come before the meet ing the polls of said election will be open at 10 Oclock a or As soon thereafter As May be and will be kept open Ontic piously until 9 Oclock and no longer the business session of the District will be held at the said Central school building at eight Oclock p m Geo n sleight Secretary of the Board of education dated Ironwood Michi Gan june 28th 1911 annual school meeting notice is hereby Given to the qualified electors of the Public schools of the City of Ironwood go Gebic county registration notice Public schools of the City of Ironwood notice is hereby Given to the qualified electors of the Public schools of the City of Ironwood that the Board of registration of said District will meet at the Central school building at the Corner of South Marquette and East Ayer streets on saturday july 8th 1911 books will be open for registration from 9 a m to s p m All qualified electors of the District who have not previously registered their names must do so at this meeting if they de sire to vote at the next an Nual school meeting Geo n sleight Secretary of the Board of education dated Ironwood Michi Gan june 28th a d 1911 George a curry1 insurance Agency d r Bundy manager Ironwood Michigan Springfield fire Marine insurance of Springfield mass Pennsylvania fire insurance of Philadelphia Western Reserve insurance of Cleveland Ohio i Hanover fire insurance of new York citizens fire insurance of mis Onri Svea fire insurance of Sweden Queen insurance co of now York Home insurance of new York i the officers of this Bank to Are successful business men men experienced in the hand Ling of financial affairs they give time and care to the Workings of the Bank safeguarding of All funds entrusted to its care fully realizing that each and every account on our books be it Large or Small has its influence in the up building of our town and Community they respectfully solicit your account Peoples banking company Ironwood Mich 4k 4k 4k j 4k 4k 4k 4k

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