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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - June 24, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
News record volume 26 number 17 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday june 24 1911 per year in Advance hot weather r i 3 in the dependable Devoy Quality including All the fresh fruits and vegetables Rathe Market can always be found at James Devoy co wholesale and retail grocers j Tutti Ito if of Good news is always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Linen Lawn carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct form with the message it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for none better made we have novelties and Many of the Crane a a Pic Beautiful writing papers we cordially your inspection 9 All people All the latest Here is Crane invite i m f Mccabe co i druggists lies in the difference Between your income and your expenditures the More your income exceeds your outgo the More rapid your advancement towards competency and wealth make it a Point to save a portion of your income the Best Way is to Deposit your total earnings in a Strong Bank and pay All your Bills by Check your Bank Book and cancelled checks will keep you informed As to your financial standing and you will be Able to Tell where every cent has gone if you Are inclined to be the least bit provident this will result in the reducing of extravagances in the prac Tice of Economy and Thrift and ultimate Success make your margin a Good one and hang onto it go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich a Flash of lightning is just us Likely to strike the House of the uninsured inn that of his More prudent neigh Bor no building is immune better have us insure you and attached to the policy alien you worry every there is a Thunder storm All forms of insurance written in companies numbered among the strongest h m Erickson successor to Schobert Erickson fire agile fourteen buildings destroyed in Blaze of incendiary origin the Village of Gile tvs visited by a very disastrous fire Early wednesday morning in which fourteen buildings and the contents of each practically the entire business Section of the town were totally destroyed the fire the rear of Jos rain Eris meat and provision store and with no Means at hand to fight it soon consumed the store building and warehouse and quickly spread to the buildings across the Street although it is not known just How the fire started it is believed to have been of incendiary origin this is the third time or Raineri has been burned out since he has been in business in Gile the other buildings destroyed in addition to or rain Eris were As Fol lows l p Ulven store warehouse and dwelling John negro Saloon Peter Toffenetti Saloon Jos flan Drettie dwelling Barney dwelling and barn Dominic Boiardo dwelling Sec Condo Marchardo Saloon and dwelling James Tocci Saloon and Post office building or Raineri is the heaviest build Ings and Stock being valued at 000 with insurance of about a Call was sent to the Hurley fire department for help and a number of tie local firemen went out but could do nothing As the Only method that could be used in fighting the flames was carrying water in pails and throw ing it on the buildings the loss is estimated at about with insurance of Miner Ironwood beats Mellen big crowd sees second game of season Between two teams mister Osterholt the Racine Pitcher who started out the season so auspiciously for Ironwood went Home the first of last week to visit a few Days and forgot to return when it became apparent that Osterholt would not be Here to pitch in sundays game with Mellen manager into communication with Van Wye of Racine Van promised to be on hand but got tangled up in the maxes of a Northwestern time table and failed to get Here result lefty Sundell the tall Young gent of last seasons juniors had to go in and trim the Chesty and Young mister Sundell aided and abetted by sundry other unassuming gents got across the Home plate with eight tallies Dur ing the nine stanzas and suffered Only seven of the enemy to pass that Way the double Umpire system was used and there want a holler from a single fan of any justification Earl Murley called the balls and strikes and Frank Udell jumped the men after they got on bases and everybody seemed satisfied Mellen was Strong on errors having 9 credited against it Ironwood having 5 chalked up Ironwood got eight hits off Foster Mellen 9 Oil Sundell the latter getting 9 strike outs and Foster g Mellen started the scoring in the third inning after two were out Gonia got to first on schafers mull and Christman doubled scoring Gonia then Howe singled scoring Christ Man Ironwood got one run in the fourth Schafer was Given free transportation and went to third when Yorton drop Ped Richards Fly Schafer scored on Stevens single in the fifth Mellen filled the bases with no one out two singles and an error doing the business Gonia scored on a Field fit and Christman and Howe ran Home on an error making three runs for the inning and the score 5 to 1 in favor of the Melleneze Ironwood evened up the score in its half of the fifth getting four runs Kennedy got two bases on a Fly that Roen lost in the Sun Baillies singled scoring Kennedy l Tacquaro Dou bled scoring Baillies and Schaefer tripled scoring Jacquart Fine lire works Richards rolled one to the Pitcher and was out and rank Jac quart grounded out but Stevens Dou bled scoring Schafer in the sixth Iron Wood came through with what proved to be the winning runs of the game after Sundell had fanned Kennedy got a clean hit Over Short and stole second Baillies was Gunderson mull the latter letting Kennedy score after l tac quart had grounded out Schafer was linked in the slats and stole second he and Baillies scoring on a beaut of a Long single by Richards the inning netting Ironwood 3 runs the scoring ended in the seventh inning Mellen copping two runs in this stanza after Christman had flied out to Schafer Howe was Safe on a grounder and stole second then Yorton walked and a peach of a sin Gle by Roen brought Home Howe and i Yorton the attendance was about 700 be font tonal on Pace 51 Given diplomas largest class in history of Ironwood High school graduated this week the fifty one members of the graduating class of the Ironwood High school formally bade Farewell to High school Days at the commence ment exercises held in the auditorium of the Luther l Wright school on thursday evening the spacious Assembly room was crowded with relatives and friends of the graduates alter the invocation by the Rev w b Coombe of the first m e Church an address of Welcome was delivered by miss Laura Dietrich the salutatorian who shared wit miss Alice Worun the valedictorian the honors of excelling in scholarship for the four years course in the High school after a song by the boys glee club the commencement address was delivered by Fred l Keeler of Lansing Deputy superintendent of Public instruction delivered one of the Best addresses of the kind Ever heard in Ironwood and although the Assembly room was filled to overflow ing and the temperature uncomfortably High or Keeler held the closest attention of the Large audience throughout the theme of his address was the dominant forces which make for Success failure is Lack of knowledge Success is knowing or Keeler emphasized in every sen tence of his thoroughly practical address work thoroughness specialization honesty these were the requisites to Success every person he said should learn to do at least one thing Well he said that parents should know their children companions and chums of them or Keeler talked fifty min utes and he said much in that time that if applied will Benefit both the child and the Parent the girls glee club then Sang after which miss Alice Worun the valedictorian said the farewells emphasizing the importance that the opportunities for learning something about homemaking in the Domestic science school had been to the class of 1011 principal John c Watson presented the members of the class and after giving them some excellent advice superintendent John v Brennan be stowed upon the following fifty one girls and boys the parchments that proclaimed them graduates of the Ironwood High school John Howard Abri Cli Arles Edward Anderson John Edward Anderson Carl Adrian Anderson Abraham Anderson Victoria Olea Anderson Cora Anna Mae Ball Forest Ijar Lett Lillie Jessica Lloyd Leonard Theodore Bray Lily Beatrice Champion Emily Chisholm Charles Whitney Laura Henrietta Dietrich Anna Eleanore Kroc son Arvid Waldemar Erickson Lottie Christine Erickson Minnie Dorothea Grimm Surrick Hogan Hannah Souhlas Hovey Esther Hubbard Esther Lena Jacobson Emily Tellery Allcot Johnson Robert Daniel Kelmir Leon s Larson Jean Larson Abble Dagmar Larson Stella Frances Ledlon Maurice Joel lie Larthal Carl Arvid Lindberg Harry Lundt Rren Louis Mark Ernest Albert May Lillian Elvera Nelson Acnes Hildor Nelson Esther Ollie Olson Hilda Maria Olson Ethel Taull Annie Elizabeth Richards Mary Pearl Rowel 1 allot Maud Slade Mao Elvera Strom Rhinehart Florian thalner Frederick William Trezise Harry Lewis Rozise mus Artora Watters Alice Maud Worun the exercises were concluded by the pronouncing of the Benediction by the eve j w Johnson of the swed ish lutheran Church after which the graduates were surrounded and congratulated by relatives and friends senior play pleases a Rose o a romantic comedy in four acts presented by the senior class of the Ironwood High school at the auditorium of the Luther l Wright school on wednes Day evening was a huge Success in every Way the Story is Laid in new England in colonial has to Deal with the Early settlements and the conditions of the people of that time the in Terest of the play centers about Rose a comely girl of Twenty who both wheedle and commands those who come within her presence and who at All times is master of the situation the play abounds in interesting situations and dramatic climaxes is continued on dmm to to we Are reducing our coloured fancy pattern hats 4o less than 12 pattern pattern hats pattern hats it pattern hats it pattern Ujj we extend to you and your friends a very cordial invitation to Jet visit our millinery department during this Sale p dollars Worth of hosiery underwear and linens bought from the failed wholesale dry goods House of Tibbs Hutch 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 Price Bavis of Ebro for floors furniture Woodwork use i Rogers stain floor finish a o it makes old floors look like new it makes Pine floors look like Hardwood it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not Allec Ted by water it can be applied by anybody it is made in All natural Wood shades for Sale at the City drug store 234 Mcleod ave base Ball goods 1 we carry the largest and Best line of 2 base Ball goods in the City of reach official base balls the famous 5 and Wagner bats the much talked of 5 Duck foot Glove and All others the Best goods for the lowest Price of is our motto Anton Michael 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank j left Ali in meats 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 Gus Swanson Hast ave phone 23
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