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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - June 3, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan News record volume 26 number Iron Wood go Gebic county Michigan saturday june 3 1911 per year in Advance i Canning season week and we will be prepared to furnish you with All sizes of cuban Pines at reasonable prices James Devoy col wholesale and retail grocers u to Vic to to to to to to to Ili to to to to the of Good news is always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Linen Lawn carrying1 the essentials of Good taste and Correct form with the message it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for All people there is prone better made we have All the latest Crane novelties and marry of the Baton Crane me Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection i m f Mccabe co i druggists if you re held up let the highwayman have your Check Book it will do him no Good and you no harm because we will give you another Check Book Deposit your Money in Bank and pay All your Bills by Check in this Way you can carry a Fortune in your pocket every Dollar of it instantly available and yet be entirely Safe against loss by thieves the greatest cause of crime is the foolish practice of carrying Large sums of Money or hiding it around the House place your Money in our vaults where it is insured against fire and robbers go Gebic National Bank 9 Ironwood Mich fire life Accident and plate Glass insurance placed in companies numbered among the old and we do not represent any of doubtful financial responsibility h m Erickson successor to Schobert Erickson Ironwood trims Ashland first game of season Between two teams goes to miners by32 score the Ironwood baseball nine took Ash and into Camp on the grounds of the latter last sunday afternoon the score being 3 to 2 in favor of the min ers not a player got across the plate until the fifth inning when an Ash land gent who had been Given free transportation got to third on a hit and raced across the pan when an Ironwood player fooled in the seventh after two were out Stevens walked stole second and Mills was Safe on a Fumble by Weiss Stevens and Mills worked a double steal successfully when Lifesaver Richards loomed on the horizon and with two strikes and two balls against him swatted the next one for two scoring Stevens an Mills Ironwood other run which proved to be the winning was annexed in the eighth again out and gloomy prospects tyrus Schafer got a single stole second and raced for third and Home on an infield Fly by Jacquart that looked like a sure out the Ball bounded out of Starrs Mit and before he could recover it tyrus was across the plate Ash lands last run in the ninth was made by a hit an error and a wild throw by the min ers and let it be noted that Home Tal ent pitched the game for Ironwood and that lefty Sundell is entitled to a big share of the credit for Iron Woods Victory Over the enemy at the Ore docks also let it be noted that the miners played a Fine Fielding game behind big Baillies at Sec Ond had twelve chances and he handled Emall perfectly two robbing Asci land of what looked like clean hits the batting want remarkable ii either Side Ashland getting Only three hits olt Sundell while Ironwood Pink de Snow for live when it comes to rooting Ashland fans have about everything in this Section backed into the Lake they certainly make a lot of noise and if you opine not have a listen or two tomorrow when the Ashland team performs on the Ironwood grounds the Ironwood team is working hard and earnestly and is already in much better shape and playing faster Ball than practically the same team was oing at its Best last season the troys Are putting up a Good article of baseball and they deserve the most Iberal support of lovers of the game As has been stated Ashland plays Lere tomorrow beginning at three Oclock Ashland wants to win this Jame and thinks it will better be on hand to see the the summary of last sundays game allows u h a b Kennedy 010 Baillies 0750 Johnson 0100 Schaefer 2211 Jacquart 1000 Stevens 0210 Mills 1900 Richards 1531 Sundell 0010 Ard striking out eight on tuesday the tigers played the c i team at Bessemer the latter winning by a score of 7 to 1 sunday june 4 the tigers will go to Mercer to play the Keewatin Academy nine the management of the Ironwood baseball team has made arrangements with the Barrie band for three engagements tomorrow afternoon the band will give an open air concert on Suffolk Street from to and then go to the Ball Park to play for the Ashlan Ironwood game on june 25 the band will accompany the Ironwood team when it goes to Ash land and will play when the Soo or Rhinelander comes Here later in the season the presence of such an organization As the Norrie band at the games will add materially to their interest millinery department t total k Starr Asplund Mcbride Weis Binsfield Snow Ohnson Sidlo Argin 3 5 27 11 h a 023 002 0 0 2 5 1 0 10 total 2 3 27 14 3 0000021 0001000 earned runs Ironwood 1 Ashland bases on balls off Sundell 3 off Snow struck out by Sundell 4 by Snow 5 double plays Sidlo Asplund Starr Wels Solmson stolen bases Schafer Acquart Stevens Mills passed balls Asplund Richards hit by Pitcher Sundell Pargin time 1 hour 50 Miu ites Umpire Armstrong attendance 700 baseball notes the Bessemer City team played the fashions on the Ironwood grounds ast sunday the visitors winning by a score of 11 to 0 the leaders won an eleven inning game at Odanah last sunday the score being 3 to 2 in favor of the Lead ers on tuesday the leaders played at Mellen going against the City team that is scheduled to meet Iron Wood later in the season Mellen won from the leaders by a score of 13 to 2 the leaders will play at Bessemer tomorrow the newly organized tigers Defeated the fashions last sunday afternoon by a score of 12 to 10 Gustafson and Shea did the Battery work for the tigers Gustafson striking out thir teen men Chounard and j Bratlund formed the fashion Battery Choun Ironwood people Hll stockholders of defunct Michigan savings loan association must pay the stockholders of the defunct Michigan savings loan association of Detroit must pay the receiver of the concern More than half a million dollars according to a decision of the Federal court handed Down at Detroit last Friday there Are Many Stock holders in the defunct institution in Ironwood and Bessemer it having carried on a Large business in this county fifteen years ago after a Battle that lasted Over ten years judge Henry h Swan of the United states District court has decided that stockholders and directors of the Michigan savings loan association must pay receiver Ralph l Aldrich a total of if the Stock holders in the subsidiary companies had proved their claims there would have been a further liability of or a total of the decree is the end of the great est bankruptcy Case Ever fought in Michigan voluntary petition in bankruptcy was filed by Edward w Bishop an Indiana stockholder april 1 1901 Ralph l Aldrich was appointed receiver and at once took charge of the company records Dis covery of alleged improper account ing was made by Aldrich in 1903 those hit hardest by the courts de Cree Are the directors John e Clark president of the former concern and Wayne county chemist Jonn b Cor Liss who was attorney for the com Pany before it closed its doors but Ler Ives treasurer Thomas e Han cock Vic president Fred b Wem ple treasurer these men Are or dered to pay a total of on account of and by reason of their unlawful acts negligence and violation of duty As directors of said Corpora the amount that receiver Aldrich expects to recover from the stockholders is i we Are reducing our Sto Crof artificial Flowers in our millinery department and have placed on Sale 100 Bunches of Flowers value to 35c at 150 Bunches of Flowers value to 50c at 15c 100 Bunches of Flowers value to 75c at 25c 2000 Yards All silk ribbon novelties just received it it it it it it it it i if 50c values 25c 75c values 35c Sale begins today our motto Quality counts and is far More important than the Price Davis feb it it it it it it it it electric Deal still pending the Deal for the Sale of the Iron Wood Urley traction lighting and Power plants to the Appleyard inter ests is still in abeyance under the terms of the option it May be closed on the first of any month up to and including sept 1 next and it was the general opinion that on june 1 the interests represented by Appleyard would pay Over the Money and assume control of the plants or Appleyard was Here a few Days ago and stated to a prominent business Man that while his people hoped to have the organization plans perfected by tune 1 it would probably be july 1 before they took Over the Nelson interests he said that work would be under full swing on the Copper Falls Power project by the Middle of tune and even though the Range plants were not actually in their Possession construction work would be carried on As rapidly As possible Bessemer City assessments Bessemer Herald the Board of review which was in session last week held an evening session Friday even ing and finished up its work there were a number of changes made by the Board the assessment of per Sonal property this year has decreased from last years assessment and less than 1909 the assess ments on real estate however have increased Over the year 1910 and Over the year 1909 Mak ing an increase in the personal and real estate Over the year 1910 of 580 and an increase of Over the year 1909 following is the amount of personal and real estate assessments for 1909 1910 and 1911 year personal real estate teachers examination the examination for the teachers of go Gebic county wiil be held in the court House at Bessemer on thursday and Friday june 15th and 16th the morning sessions will begin at eight Oclock Laura Bowdon county commissioner of schools for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain Loor finish As it makes old moors look like new it makes Pine floors look Licu Hardwood it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not affected by water it can be applied by anybody it is made in All natural Wood shades for Sale at the City drug store Oscar Nordling 234 Mcleod ave base Ball goods 3 r Jujj we carry the largest and Best line of 2 Jug base Ball goods in the City 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 16 we carry the largest and Best line of base Ball goods in the City reach official base balls the famous and Wagner bats the much talked of Duck foot Glove and All others the Best goods for he lowest Price is our motto x x x x Anton 109 Suffolk Street Michael opposite Peoples Bank f 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 in onto 23

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