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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - July 15, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Council meeting official proceedings of last meeting of Ironwood Board of aldermen Ironwood july 11 1911 a regular meeting of the common Council of the City of Ironwood was held on the above Date mayor d b Sutherland presided the following aldermen being present Mullen Tolan Stevens dear Mueller Peter son 00 Swanson May Speare Junell Richards Bond and d 3 Stevens the minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved petition no 140 by w b shove agent relative to placing a fire hydrant at the North end of Mansfield Street was read and referred to the committee on fire and water 150 by j h Urquhart anal 21 others asking that the City offer a Reward for theatre stand conviction of any person who deliberately and wilfully throws or depos its in any Street or Alley or other place any broken Glass tacks nails and like obstructions whereby darn age will be done to horses hoofs automobile and bicycle tires Etc was read and on motion received and placed on file Ironwood july g 1911 City clerk City of Ironwood Mich sir i understand that according to your records and the rec ords in the City treasurers office there Are certain City orders still out standing that have been issued Wuthe name of m f Mccabe As these have never been accounted for May i ask that duplicate or Ders for like amounts be issued to his estate to cover same i will be glad to furnish an indemnity Bond in any amount require Edo protect the City against loss in Case the original orders Are presented for payment very truly yours Catherine Mccabe administer matrix the above communication was referred to the finance committee and the City attorney Ironwood july 1 911 to the honorable mayor and com Mon Council of the City of Ironwood gentlemen the undersigned the go Gebic Iron counties Hailway and lakh company a corporation organized and existing under the Laws of Michigan beg leave to advise your honorable body that said company has this Day acquired All of the property assets and franchises of the twin City general Klucz tric company a Michigan Corpora Tion which has heretofore operated the Street railway and electric Light plants in the City of Ironwood and Lias also acquired by assignment from the grantees therein named thu rights and franchises heretofore granted by body by virtue of ordinances passed by your honorable body on titled As foil own an ordinance relative to the sup plying of electricity to Tho City of Iron Wood and its inhabitants authorizing Albert 1 Loli Wihton Flor Ancu Sullivan Arthur k Apple Yard and Manuel m heirs successors or assigns to maintain and operate a Plant for the turkish Luif of electricity for Light Power heat and other purposes and to secure Protection to such Pas sed by said common Council and approved Juno 28 the a 0 1010 an ordinance relative to the sup plying of electricity to Tho City of Ironwood and its inhabitant authorizing the go Gebic and Iron coun ties hallway and tag lit company its successors and assigns to main Tain and operate a Plant for the furnishing of electricity for heat and other purposes and to secure Protection to Scicli Pas sed by tiie common Council ind approved and Blancd by Tho mayor and City clerk on Tho 11 Ali Day of March a 1911 the undersigned company hereby further beg leave to advise that from and including this data it is Roudy and will carry out the terms of said ordinances and furnish electric Light for municipal and commercial Light ing at the rates specified in thu said franchises and from and after thin Date to carry out the provisions of the ten years Street lighting con tract signed and executed on Tho sixteenth Day of May a be tween Tho undersigned company and the said City of Ironwood Goobic Iron counties Kail Vay Light co by d f Sullivan Secretary moved by Mullin supported by Mueller that the communication by received and placed on lilo carried Ironwood july 11 to the honorable mayor and com Mon your committee on finance to whom referred the monthly reports from Tho City mar Shal Ami the justices of the peace beg leave to report that we have exam ined the same and find them Toi Groc we also beg leave to report that we have had under consideration the following Bills and pay Roll and Woald recommend that the same lie allowed and orders drawn for the several amounts As follows c b 37 70 Sam bold washing powder and 4 00 Browns livery Rig by chief of 1 00 John Boss special 2 Peter Chichou special 2 42 Oliver Iron mining labor and materials for election 1070 Michigan state Telephone rent of Lyoo m f Mccaro 12 60 Paul Sauter Patching plastering in fire mens p j m Halley Leffall advise in charter 25 fax Stevens Paperin and men bed 20 to Chas Al inc moving House off from East Pine Saba National stamp printing door Miramm window ill rat and putting in Wiliam struck scavenger 80 00 soft Eric National Bank assignment of interest on p Mcdonnell 93738 Victor Fredri Ukoh steel ceiling in fire Mons bed o2 to fire department fund John Mcgrath son horse Thomas Healy and dust avoid 30 00 f h Kearney j a Tederstrom Oil 1 25 mrs j Malm and Jacobson scrubbing firemen 700 your representative by the commissioner of health or p m Hall and his with very few Modi Catious due to differing conditions the Minneapolis system May be made to apply in Ironwood after careful consideration i would respectfully recommend the following rules pertaining to the collection of garbage and ashes in Ironwood that collection be made under the direction of the health department and by the authority of the City Council As expressed in the ordinance adopted june 13th effective july 8th 1jll the owner or occupant of each Street commission june month is pay Roll for Ion Cral fund news record in Balshine printing 3645 Walter Winn Sec no Volunteer ser vice sat s000 we Moon Sec no 2 Volunteer services at 1700 Louis Foreman 680 fund cd Erickson Howe nails and Street r Haser lumber sewer 18 20 Scott Howe lumber Oscar e Olson City Engineer services for june Good electric Light fund twin City general electric june month 70440 cemetery fund Frank Mcclary team work in cemetery 67 50 t3 m Monroe team work in 57 50 Arthur Bellore team work in cemetery 6250 Geo German labor in 2925 William Derosia labor in 2g 33 Louis Wurzak labor in 50 00 Geo Mezanski labor in 27 30 Chas Jackson labor in 1c 58 respect fully submitted John h Speare Thomas 3 Stevens Ernest dear Mullen committee moved by Tolan supported by Mcnanara that the report be adopted and Liat orders be drawn for the several amounts As recommended motion carried All present voting therefor by a Yea and nay vote Ironwood july 11 1011 to the honorable mayor Anil com Mon committee on buildings to whom was referred the communication from the chief of police relative to fitting up the room now occupied by the janitor and dining tie office for a room in which to keep women and children prisoners beg leave to report that we have had the name under consid motion and would recommend that the recommendations of the chief of police be adopted and that a no n a proved steel lattice jail cell of the kind made by the e t barn urn Iron works of Detroit installed in said room William Tolan 1 Olin it Speare f May committee moved by Tolar supported by t j Stevens that thu report i adopted motion carried i application and a warehouse la Retior Bond of the Gettleman brew ing Pressi ital to the Council for approval moved by Mullen sup ported by Toljan that Tho Bond be referred to Tho License committee and that Tho Council Tolu u recess to in the committee to look the name Over carried after recess Roll called and the committee submitted the following report Ironwood Lucyll to the honorable mayor and com Mon committee on License to whom was referred the application and Bond of Frank re Titi wha As agent for the a get Loman Browing company for License to sell malt or brewed liquors at wholesale to regular retail dealers Only beg leave to report that we have had the same under consideration and would recommend us follows that the application and Bond be approved and accepted conditionally upon the opinion of the attorney general As to whether such application and Bond shall be filed with the common coun cil or with tie auditor general signed John Junell just Swanson Ernest dear committee moved by May supported by Ieter hopi Fiat Tho application and Bond together with the committees report he Hud on the table for two weeks until we can gel tie decision of the attorney general As to proper Wilace of filing Trio the application and Bond motion follows Yea May suture and t 1 Stevi is nay Mullen Stevens dear Mueller Swanson Junell Jac quark Mcnamara Kichak and Bond moved by Tolan supported by Mueller that Trio report of the License committee be adopted motion car ried As follows Stevens dear Mueller Swanson i Noil Jacquart Rich Ards and Bond nay pc Creon May Speare and t 1 Stevens report on garbage collection to the common Accord Ance instructions from Ali econ cil 1 wish to report that 1 visited the City of Minneapolis and made an investigation of tie Gar Bage system in use in that City Tkv Ery Courtesy possible was accorded House be required to provide a Metal Lic can or cans with close fitting Cov ers and handles upon the sides garbage cans should be of sufficient size to hold Twenty Gallons Aud in Case where they Are used for ashes the size should not be less than thirty Gallons cans should be placed in a position on the ground floor of the premises and where there is an Alley at the rear of the lot easily accessible to the collector where there Are no alleys cans should be placed conveniently inside the Yard when filthy leaking or in any Way defective cans should be put into the garbage can All refuse from the Kitchen that cannot be burned in the stove ashes tin cans broken crockery Etc garbage cans containing water slops or manure should not be Emp tied by the collector provide a sufficient number of cans two will do for the Ordinary family to hold a weeks accumulations All garbage should be drained of hoofs bicycle arid automobile tires and that the City clerk be instructed to advertise this Reward motion carried All present voting therefor no further business appearing on motion the Council adjourned w d synd my City clerk township Board proceedings june a regular meeting of the town Board of township was held on the above Date meeting was called to order by supervisor j a Erickson at Oclock p m All members of Board were present the minutes of the meetings of May 1st and May 20th were read and approved bids were received for the construction Ofa Highway Between Sec 32 and 33 t 46 As follows Theo Dore exp nil tamil Victor Saarikoski Victor Waurio Henry Oksa Matt Johnson John Brown bids were received for the construction of a Highway in 1 line of Sec t 47 b 47 As follows Emil Hill Sefa Mattson Andrew to Knutilla John Kujala moisture then wrapped in paper be fore putting it in the can and it will neither smell badly in hot weather nor freeze and stick to the can in cold weather when this is done the Householder will have a clean Gar Bage cans at All times until the Winter arrives one can will serve each Householder when stoves Are started it May be necessary to have two any system of waste Bestowal that does not take care of the Ash accumulations of Winter is unworthy the name if it does not take care of the ashes As Well As Gar Bage the City parts off the ashes now but it is done at the end of a Long Winter after the accumulations have filled alleys and been piled in streets and Yards creating a condition that is a menace to health and a Public nuisance an Ash Heap in 11 Back Yard or in an Alley or Street is first of All unsightly and is just an invitation for other dumping by tills system the Back Yard and Alley will look As Well As the front and be As presentable in March As in july the ordinance passed by you pro Vides for the Bestowal of manure from barns and i need add no recommendation As its enforcement will solve the problem of taking care of barn refuse thirty one teams Are employed in Minneapolis Puiul they cover fifty three Square Miles the Avoir new haul in that City is longer than the longest haul Jussi Cvine would be in Ironwood one Man and a team equipped with a proper tank Wagon should cover every portion of Iron Wood once a week dividing the City into six districts collections Are made in Minneapolis once a week the Householder very quickly learning the Day when the collector visits the District and Trio garbage can conveniently placed for the collector the collector should be clothed with police Powers and lie should receive such assistance As May be necessary from the health police and sanitary officers of the in order that the system be inaugurated As Early a Date As possible i would recommend that the City be divided into districts at onco and a tank improvised until n steel one of the kind usually employed can lie provided later in May to found Best to let out the collections on contract but until there w something tangible for Tho Council and prospective bidders to base their figures on i would recommend that collections be made by Day labor and team work k mayor moved by Tolan supported by hear that the report from the mayor first word is r Welch a Iii Huber is l Liler irs m Smith food fuel rent inst Kavtz food hrs a Ballmer food irs m Wared frs Sunquist its h ural ski irs Radcliff food has utter j Baratona food Jacoh Dzieu Derak food fuss Kasai new 500 of win ton Toina 500 500 1800 j750 1000 500 500 750 1750 1100 3153 00 second Ward Jon Verbinski and Roszak 500 join Jostere Muraki food 1450 2950 third Waid mrs John Saline in Raj John Norene food fuel clothes 2k 50 mrs Morris food Hoo ills a Spargo food mrs n Smitson so to frs Waters fond rent 1 so m is Buddie food 7 25 John Aio food of mrs t Lii sell food clothes 50 a Machalek j 285 j ii Thompson 530 j a Vogtlin supt third report full blood Jersey Bull full blood Jersey Bull for service at the Curry farm South of City plumber and Metal worker repairing promptly and neatly done phone 536 012 Sutherland St Frarnk Seppala John Brown moved supported and carried that the contracts be let to John a Revyn his bids being the lowest providing1 sufficient Bonds be furnished by him moved supported and carried Tia a Road be Laid out and established along the following described Point 626 feet South of the i Postie Teeri sections 32 and 33 t 48 b running North along Section line Between Section 32 an 33 to the Section Corner of sections 32 33 28 29 thence Veston Section Lin Between 32 and 29 to the i Post a Dis Tance of about 11 Miles moved supported and carried tha the Highway commissioner is instructed to let a contract for the grading o that portion of the above describe Highway runner Jug West Between sections 32 and 29 to the lowest bidder moved supported and carried tha a Highway be Laid put and established along the following lines commencing at the Center of Section 35 t 48 e 47 running East along the line o said Section fora distance of mile moved supported and carried tha the following Bills an claims be a Lowed and orders issued for same on proper funds Road Keair fund untuned Victor is Rio 000 Sacri Riutta 2023 John Morrison Andrew Muho 2123 Peter Stool 2323 Victor main 2323 Matt Valn Ioppa Lolin Tarut Kinin 4 50 la Emiry Eskola 000 Karl to Monck 1800 2250 21 50 Lolini Llou Tanen 11 i5 Frank Talo 00 mat Mattson 2723 Isaac Kaskin ii 21 50 Einar Insan Uii 20 23 Lola 550 Anstie Aill 1523 Henry Morrison 11 23 Andrew Leml 1573 Ella Haakona i 10 Matt 1elsi 4h48 John la aunt of Tollikko 1350 Emil Walii Ull 4 50 Henry Oksa s John Siil no 225 Jolin 85 Herman Stool 1350 Leander Stool 4 50 Jolt Tossavainen Vilior Waurio 35 of we Root 500 Emil ills Wincn 300 Lolin Danielson 300 mint Niskanen 300 Herman Vail 100 tin ill Fietelson l of Matt Johnson 4 00 Isaac Voski 200 we Root b of Jolin 24 00 Emil Tlell 225 Edwardl Aaro 12 if John lir own a brain Waarala 225 Edward Ila Aro g of John g Tilelli 450 Erick Oman 20c Chas Johnson 180c Abram Abramson 13oi Anderson silly Etc 1225 Chas Montie 400 in Pool powder in 88 11075 fourth Ward mrs a Jacoh con food 500 mrs a Dangren so mrs 500 mrs j Anderson food mrs Bloomstrom 1000 mrs Jit collide food n it St Warrock 500 mrs b Scott fool 2000 we Goins food women love a Clear Rosy Complex Ion Burdock blood bitters purifies the the skin restores Ruddy sound health Urquhart no of Firth Ward mrs a Daulin food mrs Anna Tarson 1000 mrs a Anderson i250 mrs Nam Cox food fuel c475 sixth Ward Muhi Suttom food Andrew Anderson 1000 mrs Edward Cardwell food 10 00 mrs Shea food 12 50 mrs f Walquist food fuel 1275 mrs 1 mordant mrs Kuho food 3 75 Mary Koltl 1000 Luoma food 500 mrs a Gistafson mrs Andrew Belton Rood h co mrs a Hill 1000 mrs at Johnson food 00 mrs Ellary 130 mrs chord food 1000 8no mrs c Clemens will Burns food 500 mrs Ida Makl food fuel John Fah Stroin Mich practice limited to diseases of the nose and Throat Eye Eves refracted glasses fitted will be in Ray Ollice every Day except sunday from a m to p Over Peoples Bank 13 10 750 made part of the motion received ind Minuth of tills moved by Mullen supported by dear that the mayor be empowered to appoint from among the members of Trio Council a committee of five members to to known As the com Mittee on sanitation motion car ried the mayor appointed the follow ing committee Tolan Mcnanara and Speare on motion the appointments were affirmed moved by supported by i Terrion that the City offer a Reward of fifty dollars for the arrest and conviction of any person or persons throwing or depositing upon the streets or alleys or ony other place Nivus tacks pro Ken Glass or other obstructions injurious to horses Roll Howe tar 00 Odoi Idiell Nolan order of s Mckevitt 1570 Nick Blair Lump repair Leif 525 in Ishway improvement fund Bank of Ironwood payment of v 1 Llauger lumber Dumn 00 continent fund Oscar Norlund Flechl Liiri 2 0 Jerri Mattson Norli Tiit 2 00 Nano non Massey Firlit intr 4 fax John to Langelson 300 Erlou Kalala flesh tone 3 x Nestor Korna Neh Atni 00 gust Mattson flu line 1 00 Hill l 00 a w Peterson paid out for tit Flink lire 48 00 a in Nellla 300 John h w John a assessment Roll 7000 John a Kroc son 00 John Nail 84r Thomas Saari 9 0 j h Shults order 350 John b Nelson salary for 15 0 John b Nelson express 1 20 there being no further business the Board on motion adjourned John b Nelson cleric poor commissioners report list of persons and Heads of families receiving Aid in the City and township of Ironwood during the month of june 1911 Johnson food 3 no seventh Wurfl mrs j or Yanic 218 50 warm food 500 Nanson food t maid food fuel m75 mrs m Morenci food in mrs m Kira Ilazi food 500 t i kills food fuel in 7li mrs lir own food 750 mrs Anderson 10 w mrs uen Mallas ipod fuel 10 55 mrs Sania Hill food 800 we d Triplett eyes measured correctly Rokon glasses repaired pieces onion and in those or 204 Suffolk Street or Edw veterinary surgeon and dentist Hospital in connection Ollice at Hospital opposite Curry hotel phone no 150 res phone no 313 Ward ill Wall rent urn Ali Annold food mrs Jenkins Rood of Carll food Vena Anderson food mrs a Heckman food mrs n Carlson food fuel rent Siux a Olalla food mrs a Jacobson food mrs f Laukala food mrs Kantella food 0 Helka food talks Al food fuel m Tell Koskul food 250 10 in six Iota boo 500 2225 so into 500 1000 1025 500 mrs v m Minim food clothes 8 no mrs Junjin food in no Ali 00 township of Ironwood mrs tank Cion 5wi mrs Matt it Stila mrs m Rodl 5 on mrs 10011 Ocner Al expense lir who Leslie Ironwood Cly drugstore in Idline m v Mccaue co 26 to Ioco 450 75 825 Lolin a Udner care of Jackson an no Olfa if Oponik care of 13 00 to Winchester tickets Lor Krown Anil 8 53 mrs Hon firt milk for mrs 1 00 Amika Kalo milk for mrp j 480 Simon Overstone milk for 360 Osman Roll for a 10 Gramm class for mrs 2 on Mullen 00 Iso 58 William 1st dist City and to Ironwood list of persons and Heads of families receiving Aid in the 2nd District of go Febick county for the Mont i of Juno a in 1911 City or Bessemer mrs a it Charann toc mrs Axel Gall food rent Joseph Mcvern food mrs a Osadch calf Fra Cantio food John Peterson food Jim sep Fino nov Iskol mrs Tillio Mckoy township of Bessemer iat Loylin food mrs Istonia Nolde no food laundry laundry laundry your u us Palace laundry no Noh and i assured of 1 Bis a Iso rear in mind that tin old reliable Otto Iltsch Dye works Mwau acc work in f w May at intone w ant John Lotzer contractor Guilder estimates furnished on All work repair work Given prompt attention 220 West Evans St Telephone 227 general expenses Gogh blk Hospital med 35 no 1 a a Ortlon Stamps i on infirmary expenses r Ottto keopcr3i plants mrs it Kyllo Matron 2too miss Jennie Kletto 1300 a in Macy 3000 l it Trust incr so Jensen Lintleman s3 Hagen is Solverg 700 Cudahy packing strength Ironwood 5 Beer Juja Juliav

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