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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - May 20, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan Iron Wood news record 7jlume 25 number 12 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday May 20 1911 per year in Advance housewives will find cur baking department a source of great help in avoiding the heat of the Kitchen during our hot summer months our goods arrive fresh from the bakery every morning i James Devoy pfc wholesale and retail grocers m it to to to to Ili w w i 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 a Fol Good taste and Correct it form with the message w f it is the Correct writing paper at All times and for All people there is none better made we have All the latest Crane novelties and Many of the Eaton Crane a Mac Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists to w to to to 1 deposits a Wise Man abhors waste and it is the worst kind of waste to let your Money lie Idle when it might be earning something when you have some extra dollars that you have no immediate use for make them work for you you had to work for them and turn about is fair play bring your Money to us and get a certificate of de posit we will pay you 3 per cent on it you Are absolutely insured against loss in Case your certificate of de posit is lost or destroyed we will furnish you with a Dup Licate go Gebic National Bank Ironwood Mich Tornado insurance this form of insurance covers any damage to buildings or contents thereof by windstorms cyclones or Tornado placed with the strongest fire insurance companies at surprisingly Low rates All branches of insurance h m Erickson successor to Schoborg Erickson Oliver co to curtail four Hundred men will be Laid off at Ironwood mines tonight beginning next monday the night shifts at the Norrie East Nome Pabst Aurora and Puritan mines properties on this Range of the Oliver Iron mining will be dispensed with for an indefinite period the mines named will be worked Only Day shift after monday and the Crews retained will work four shifts one week and five shifts the next the at lactic mine at Iron Belt and the til Den at Bessemer will work full forces As formerly As will also the company explorations the Pluimer at Pence and the hew Davis and Geneva East of Ironwood the curtailment Means the letting out of about four Hundred men at the Oliver mines in Ironwood and in order to retain As Many men As possible it was thought Best to reduce the number of shifts to four and five alternate weeks As noted married men will be retained As much As pos sible the usual custom being observed of letting the single men Goshen times Slacken in the meantime steam shovels will be started and it is the expectation that practically every stockpile in Ironwood will be shipped by next fall the slow movement of the Ore sent Down last season from the docks to the furnaces leaving a Large tonnage on hand at the opening of a season that Hast a particular Bright Industrial Outlook is the probable Rea son for curtailment at this time it is not unlikely that before the sum Mer is far advanced there May be a decided improvement in the Iron and steel situation and the Crews will be again working the Normal number of shifts the action of the company has been taken for purely business reasons on receipt of orders from the East coming through president Olcott and while regrettable is Una voidable the order effects the mines of the company on All the Lake Superior ranges Many of which have Boen working with greatly reduced forces for some time mandolin club concert the Public is again reminded of the concert of the Eagle mandolin club at the swedish Mission Churchi next tuesday evening May 23 the club is to be assisted by local Talent in Suring variety in the presentation of the program that cannot fail to please the program of the concert follows March now no chs Riidu Tolm club to intr ii Loard a 1arks Plum allele glee club Ilano miss Akines Maylola Ami Mand Ocello duet forsaken messes Anderson and has from mandolin Solo fifth or c u flank grand selection Chimes of Giurle mandolin vocal misses Johnson and Larson Danjo Solo sly Llic i or s w Fredrickson Keadin if or Callahan at the Mcgrath Musi or Melven Kronlund the exist Eagle plectrum Quartetti Ilano Solo hark hark the miss Alice Worum Mand Ocelo Solo Hummer or h k a Austrom Odyl evening Earle mandolin club loves old Sweet a Parks Hematite glee club patrol u r Medley Good Ilo Mcsweet Home Kayrle mandolin club the Roll make up your mind to go and hear the service of song on the evening of decoration Day at the m e Church the Roll Call is a Story of the civil War interspersed with solos duets qua tettes and choruses the Story will be told by miss Templeton who has More than local reputation as1 a Reader the choruses will be accompanied by an orchestra of 15 pieces who have been practising for weeks and expect to give a Good account of themselves taking it All in All you cannot afford to miss this Jessie Villa m e Church on sunday May 21st services will be As follows class meeting a preaching service a m ser Mon by the pastor sunday school p Epworth league p preaching service p m at the evening service the Rev James Pas Coe District superintendent will preach first presbyterian Church Public worship in this Church next Sabbath at p m Rev Charles m Eraser of Bessemer will speak the quartet and soloist will sing Sabbath school at a m Young Peoples meeting at p m in the Chapel Ironwood won opener first game of season brings out a Good attendance and first class game Ironwood had the Long end of a 21 score in the opening Ball game of the season played on the local grounds last sunday afternoon it was a bang up game from Start to finish and it was witnessed by a Large crowd of friends of the two teams Hurley led off with one run in the first session and the doleful ones looked for one of Hurley old time victories of cherished memory but Ironwood came Back in the third stanza and tied the score tyrus Schafer sealing the ver dict by pasting the Ball Over the Fence in the fifth giving Ironwood the other run that it needed in the matter of base hits the record shows a stand off Hurley pinking 8 and Ironwood 7 Ironwood new Pitcher Osterholt gave a Good account of himself fan Ning seven of the enemy he Dis played excellent Headword through out the game and judged by sundays performance looks sure enough then too Osterholt seems to know How to swing the Willow he getting two hits Shafer played an excellent game getting three hits two of them for extra bases the same teams will play at Hurley tomorrow afternoon and there is a Well grounded report that our neigh Bors intend to have revenge in italics the game will be Worth while see ing judging from last sundays con test and a myriad of fans will Jour Ney across the steam let to see the fun on May 28 Ironwood plays at Ashland and on May 30 Hurley comes to Ironwood again the fast Semi professional team from the Soo is booked for Ironwood on july 29 and 30 which is tournament week at bes Semer and the Union giants will be Here in August Ironwood dates for the season Are nearly All taken save a few dates Between june 25 and july 9 which Are being held open for some of the neighbouring towns which will not get started until june the following tables Tell the Story of last sundays game k h is a Schaefer 13 1 4 Kennedy 0000 0023 Johnson 0000 Richards 0002 Stevens 0000 Mills 0000 Tacquaro 1200 Osterholt 0205 total 30 2 7 3 14 k h is a costello 0001 Whitman 1104 Lucia 0200 Secore 0100 Pollock 0000 winces Al 0010 Parcinski 0102 0 0 1 Johnson 0202 total 34 1 8 1 10 0000000 0 1 0 r 0 0 0 earned runs Ironwood 2 Hurley 3 base on balls Johnson 1 Osterholt 3 Home run Schaefer two base hits Lucia Schafer struck out by John son 5 by Osterholt 7 hit by Pitcher Pollock passed balls Richards Umpire Udell mrs m w Burt passes away Ironwood friends of the family received word on tuesday of the death of mrs Mason Burt a former highly respected resident of Ironwood Dur ing her Many years of residence Here deceased endeared herself to a Large Circle of friends who have Learned with deepest regret of her demise wednesdays Marquette mining Jour Nal contained the following mrs Abbie Gilbert Burt wife of major Mason East Arch Street who passed away very suddenly monday evening of Haemorrhage of the brain was born in Plymouth county in 1843 she was descended from sturdy new England Stock As far Back As revolutionary times in 18gg she was married and two years later with her husband moved to West Virginia where they resided for Twenty two years in 1890 or and mrs Burt moved to the upper Peninsula of Michigan settling in Ironwood which City was their Home until five years ago when they came to Marquette mrs Burt is survived by her husband two children Mason Williams of Eveleth and eve Bates Gil Bert of this City and also by a Niece miss h Susan Bates who has made her Home with the family since child Hood one son Frank Orwell has preceded his Mother in death mrs Burt has been a devout member of the episcopal Church for thirty years and was beloved by All who knew her because of her Many Christlike Quali ties the funeral will be held from St Pauls Church at 3 Oclock wednesday afternoon conducted by Rev ii t t Hicks of inter ment will be in Park cemetery millinery department we Are reducing our Stock of artificial Flowers in our millinery department and have placed on 38 Sale 100 Bunches of Flowers value to 35c at 1 pc 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 50c values 25c 75 c values 35c Sale begins today our motto Quality counts and is far More important than the Davis fibr f for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain Loor finish As it makes old floors look like new it makes Pine moors look like Hardwood it produces an artistic Lenish on All Woods it is not affected by water it can be applied by anybody it is made in All natural Wood shades 1or Sale at the City drug store 234 Mcleod ave s base Ball goods i 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 the lowest Price is our motto Anton Michael 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank w 2 i 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 ave 1mione 23

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