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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - May 6, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood news record volume 26 number 10 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday May 6 1911 per year in Advance Bear in that we Are Headquarters for everything Good to eat fresh fruits and vegetables received daily and the 5 Are the Pinacle of perfection James Devoy co i wholesale and retail grocers 444444444444444444444444 Vitti it it it it it it it it to it it it it it it it it it it it it 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 of the Crane Beautiful your inspection writing papers All people there is All the latest Crane off Etc we invite m f Mccabe co druggists whose House tonight burglars have had Long experience in finding hidden Money and can Tell pretty Well where to look for it you May think you have a secure hiding place but the chances Are you Are keeping your Money just where hundreds of others have kept theirs and the burglar knows All such places Why not make sure of having your Money Safe by putting it in the go Gebic National Bank Check it out whenever you need it and it will be just As convenient As if you had it All in your pocket go Gebic National Bank c7 Ironwood Mich Newport reduces Force Crew Cut Down 25 per cent but larg Force will be worked All summer Early in the week it was reporte on the streets that the Newport min ing co intended to make a reduction of Between five and six Hundred me in the Force working at the Newpor mine these reports being follow by others that the Oliver mining co and Cleveland iils Iron co als were planning on letting out a larg number of men the facts Are that the Force at the Newport mine has been reduced Abou four Hundred during the presen week that this big property is stil working a excess of 1000 men and in All probably will give employ ment to that number and More during the coming summer that the Oliver and Clevelan Cliff officials either Here or at Duluth and Ishpeming know nothing of any Plai for retrenchment at their Ironwood mines that the local mines of Al three companies Are making Gooc Earl season shipments to our Lake port at Ashland that present prospects Are that All of the summer Loist of All the mines in Ironwood will be shipped to the furnaces Ana that shipments from stockpiles Are expected to be heavy enough to clean up practically every stockpile in this City this is a conservative summary of the situation so far As the Ironwood Camp is concerned and even those pessimistically inclined May find Bright spot or two if they will but shift their optics for an instant the news record knows that the gentlemen higher up in the manage ment of these concerns Are decidedly optimistic As to the Early future of the Iron and steel business and feel that the close of the reason will find that their concerns have done a Good business the Newport with its abnormally Large Force of 1000 is in need of re habilitation in places and these re pairs renewals and alterations can be carried on much better with its nor Mal Force at work than they could with equipment working thigh pres sure development work at both the new port and Anvil mines will be carried on without interruption giving employment to the same number of men As heretofore less ground will be broken in the slopes at the new port unless there is an increased de Mand for Ore later in the season As Aii Oil set to the retrenchment at the Newport it May be stated that extensive building operations were started by the Newport co this week a contract has been awarded to the Foster construction co of Milwaukee for the erection of live Brick buildings on the Newport Hill All with in a radius of a few Hundred feet of the company new Ollice building erected last year All of the build Ings will have solid Brick Walls Brick steel and Concrete entering largely in to the construction of most of them ground for the Hospital was broken on monday and within a Short time work on All live will be under Way the buildings to be erected and their ground plan sizes Are As follows Hospital 35x75 storehouse Carpenter shop 52x72 Blacksmith hop 52x102 Laboratory 44x44 the fore Oder needs to have some tiling happen in town once in a Ighile so that lie May have an Opportunity to inquire around and find out i Liat is happening and has happened n other Iron Camps in the Lake Superior districts when he finally earns All about it he comes to the conclusion that Ironwood year nand fear out is about the Best Camp industrially and otherwise to be found n the Iron country postal Bank opened Etc 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 Sci Olwert Erickson circuit court jurors the following is a list of the Petit jurors drawn for the May term of the go Gebic county circuit court which will Convene at Bessemer on May 15 the jurors have been subpoenaed for May 1c the second Day of the term it Kearney Frank Lesselyong Joseph Cliff Adolph fluid Jos a Sullivan 1 b Patrick James Olds John h Pellow s j scribble Bert Prout William p Martin s it Slade William d Champion Charles Treloar Ochis m e Daly Frank Mcminn Peter Rasmus sen Cornelius Hansen Philip Destasio Emil Schaffer Joseph Petritto Fred Whitburn William Lavers John Kle Mola Peter Vander Hagen Erwin Joseph Forte Bessemer Carl Solberg Richard Kitto Wakefield e r ill Lis John Kuivinen Marenisco Archie Pratt Watersmeet 1 f Johnstone Carlson Daniel Danielson our Stock of electrical fixtures is now Complete the Julius electric co phone 392 Many savings accounts and first weeks record is satisfactory although no figures have been Given out it is known that the first five Days operation of the u s govern ments postal savings Bank in Iron Wood has More than met the expectations of the Post office department several people called at the Post of fice this week wishing to Deposit sums running from to but As is the maximum sum that can be de posited in an3r Calendar month the Money could not be received in one instance postal Money orders were purchased the owner of the Money paying thirty cents a Hundred for this form of Security the Post office department has is sued a circular containing the follow ing information relative to the postal savings system the postal savings system is established for the purpose of provid ing facilities for depositing savings at interest with the Security of the United states government for repay ment the Faith of the United states is lol Emly pledged to the payment of deposits made in postal savings depository offices with accrued interest As provided by the postal savings act accounts May be opened and depos its made by any person of the age of 10 years or Over in his or her own late and by a married woman in her own name and free from any inter France or control by her husband person can have More than one account at any one time no person May open Al postal Sav nos account at any Post office who is not a Patron of that office All accounts must be opened in per on by the depositor or his authorized representative after opening an account a depositor May Forward subsequent deposits to the Post office by Nail deposits will be accepted Only from individuals and no account will be opened in the name of any Corpora Ion association society firm or partnership or in the names of two or More persons jointly no account will be opened in the name of one person in Trust for or on behalf of another person or persons the service of the postal savings system is free and no charge or fee s collected or required in connection Vith the opening of an account or the withdrawal of Money deposited no person connected with the Post Oil ice department or the postal ser ice is permitted to disclose the name f any depositor or give any inform Ion concerning an account except to he depositor himself unless directed o do so by the postmaster general when a person applies to open an account he must Furni Sli the Neces Ary information for the postmaster r his representative to fill out an application which he will then be re tired to sign if the applicant signs y Mark his signature must be wit Essed by a disinterested person deposits Are evidenced by postal savings certificates issued in fixed de nominations of and each bearing the name of he depositor the number of his account the Date of Issue the name of repository office and the Date on hich interest begins the postmas or or his representative will make it a duplicate of each certificate is used which the depositor will be re tired to sign and which the Post master will retain in his records no account May be opened for less than nor will fractions of a Dollar be accepted for Deposit no person is permitted to Deposit More than in an Calendar month nor to have a total balance to his credit at any time of More than exclusive of accumulated interest savings certificates cannot be transferred or negotiated and will be pay Able Only to the persons to whom is sued on opening an account a depositor is supplied with an envelope in which he May keep his savings certificates on this envelope is printed information for his guidance and also a Blank Ledger record on which to keep an account of Liis deposits and withdrawals in Case a savings certificate is lost or destroyed the depositor should notify the postmaster if deemed proper a new certificate will be is sued upon compliance by the Deposit or with the necessary requirements postmasters Are not permitted to receive savings certificates for Safe keeping amounts less than May be saved for Deposit by the Purchase of 10cent postal savings cards and adhesive Lucent postal savings Stamps each postal savings card contains Blank spaces to which savings Stamps May be affixed from time to time As Pur chased and a postal savings card with nine 10cent savings Stamps thus of continued on Curtt Davis Fehr have bought it it it it it 1 at 60c on the Dollar attend this Sale and secure some of the Bare bargains extraordinary bargains in hosiery during this Sale s Davis feb for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain Loor finish it makes old hours look like new it makes Pine floors lookalike Hardwood 91 it produces an artistic finish on All Woods i 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 234 Mcleod ave base Ball goods 1 we carry the largest and Best line of 5 base Ball goods in the City reach official base balls the famous j and Wagner bats the much talked of t it Duck foot Glove and All others 5 it the Best goods for the lowest Price is our motto Michael i Anton 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank ft4444444444444444444444444 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 Bast ave phone 23
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