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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Big Wood news record 26 number i Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan May 27 1911 per year in Advance it housewives will find our 5 department r it a source of great help in avoiding the heat of of the Kitchen during our hot sciume months 3 i our goods arrive fresh from it bakery every morning 2 1james Devoy co it wholesale and retail grocers v Vic 4 if Al Ito Vic vat Vic it Vic the 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 All people none better made we have All the latest Crane Al novelties and Many of the Al Eaton Crane the Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite w your inspection w m f Mccabe co 1 druggists saving is sound sense limit your spending and save the is the proper Way to get a Start financially it is surprising How quickly you can create capital when you go about it in the proper Way and with determination with you Are ready for business opportunities which will be sure to come to you its a policy make your Money work for you make it earn interest you cannot find a better place in which to keep your savings than in the go Gebic National Bank and we pay 3 per cent interest compounded twice a year on savings accounts one Dol Lar is All it takes to Start an account go Gebic National Bank 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 Sci Olwert Erickson memorial Day usual program has been Ness houses requested to close once a year the lovers of country have their Independence Day when with bursting of rockets and Boom ing of guns they celeb rate the birth of the nation and once a year thanks giving Day is fittingly observed by a grateful people who acknowledge the blessings we enjoy but greater and dearer than All those Days because it comprehends All is memorial Day founded by the grand army of the Republic and observed by admirers of bravery and lovers of Liberty All Over our land irrespective of age sex race or Creed the surest test of a nations strength is the regard and Honor in which it holds its makers and defenders the Best evidence of our sincerity and Fidelity to our principles is the spirit in which we keep this sacred Day this great patriotic country has made it a Holiday for the purpose of giving the Good people a Chance to give up one Day of the year to the Honor and glory of those who made it possible for us to enjoy Freedom under our Flag the sunday previous to memorial Day has by Long usage become a part of the regular exercises the Mem Bers of the g a the belief corps and Spanish War veterans will at tend services at the presbyterian Church this year at on sunday morning memorial Day willbe observed in this City on tuesday Hon a l Ruggles and the Rev j h Mcmanus will deliver addresses presi Dent of the Day prof John v Bren Nan at nine Oclock a the members of the g a the Relief corps and the Spanish War veterans will meet at the Post Ollice Block where the mowers will be arranged and then proceed to Riverside cemetery and decorate the soldiers Graves the usual g a r exercises will then be conducted the procession will form at Oclock p to on North Curry Street under direction of the marshal of the Day in the following order grand marshal t w Oxnam and his aids the police department Norrie band two companies of soldiers carriages with speakers mayor common Council Ollices of the Day Spanish War veterans grand army veterans in carriages ladies Relief corps in carriages in carriages the procession will form on Curry Street at Oclock p Anarch South to Vaughn Street thence to Salto la Street thence direct to the Riverside cemetery where the Public services of the Day will be held if the weather will if should be Stormy the services will be held in the opera House All stores and business houses Are requested to close at 12 Oclock on memorial Day tuesday poles hold big Celebration the one Hundred and twentieth anniversary of the adoption of the Constitution of Poland was celebrated by the polish americans of the go Gebic Range in Ironwood Las sunday hundreds from surrounding towns joined their compatriots Here in making the occasion a memorable one the Vari Ous local societies attended High mass at St Michaels Church in the morn ing the mass was celebrated by the Rev w Milwaukee assisted by the Rev for Klopp of Hurley and the Rev Peter Sprajcar of 1 Ironwood As deacons Rev h a Buchholtz and Rev for Pawler As sub deacons in the afternoon there was an imposing Parade of about 700 men headed by the Corrie band eight different societies being in line after Parad ing through the principal streets of Ironwood a program of speeches declarations and music was carried out at Pierce theater Frank Nadol Ney acted As chairman and Frank Sokolowski As Secretary mayor Suth Erland and judge Cooper were among those occupying seats on the plat form John Wojciekowski was pres ident of the Day the principal addresses in the afternoon were made by the Rev w Kruszka of Milwaukee who spoke in polish and John v Brennan of Ironwood whose address was in English a feature that pleased the audience was the singing of the Star spangled Banner and America by the swedish glee club the Celebration came to a conclusion with an address by f Gryg Laszewski of Chicago in the evening at the the Ater the speaker was sent to Iron Wood by the polish National Alliance of America the Celebration ended with the singing of the polish nation Al Anthem All work guaranteed Attr pletts five per cent dividend receiver of defunct Bank gives out fourth dividend to depositors receiver Tillinghast mailed dividend notices to the depositors of the first National Bank of Ironwood this week the distribution is the fourth that has been made since the closing of the institution Twenty three months ago and amounts to live per cent the dividend paid this week makes a total of thirty five per cent paid to the depositors and Credi tors of the Bank the distributions have been fifteen ten live and five per cent in the order named making a total of about that has been paid to depositors it is stated that the receivership will be wound up shortly after the term of United states court that con Venes at Marquette on june 6 not All of the matters in receiver tilling hosts hands will be closed up when the Ironwood Ollice is discontinued but their settlement will be carried out through the Ollice of the comp troller of the currency at a Ashing ton there is considerable Specula Tion among the creditors As to what amount they will finally be paid and although no intimation has been made by the receiver or the Federal of Licals a final settlement on about a fort percent basis is looked for by most people there has been some inquiry of late As to the status of the governments Case against George ii Beddow the assistant cashier Beddows attorneys have succeeded in getting the Case into the United states supreme court on a writ of certiorari issued by Justice Harlan a constitutional question has been raised on the right of the receiver to take charge of the contents of Beddows private safety Deposit Box at the Bank the order stays the Appeal proceedings in the court of appeals at Cincinnati and it will probably be a year or More be Ore the arguments can be heard on the constitutional question raised in the court of last resort at washing ton Bridge builder is killed William Coyne a member of the Bridge Crew engaged in the placing of the new steel Bridges for the Chicago Northwestern railway across the East and West branches of the Mon Treal River fell from the Falsework trestle at Rock Cut four Miles West of Hurley Hist sunday afternoon sustaining injuries which resulted in ills death at the Oliver Hospital in this City about three Oclock Mon Day morning the Accident took place about three Oclock sunday afternoon none of the other men saw Coyne fall As he made no out by lie fell from a height of about fifteen feet striking on his head and fracturing the base of the Skull the injured Man was brought to Iron Wood at once and every possible Effort made to save his life thu widow arrived on the afternoon train from Chicago on monday returning there the same evening with the re Mains the Home of the family is at 231 West Ontario Street Chicago deceased was about thirty live years old and had been employed As a Bridge builder for the Chicago Northwestern for Many years s ii e f Celebration the scandinavian society of Iron Wood celebrated its Silver anniversary on wednesday s ii e f no 1 was instituted on May 24 being one of the first fraternal beneficiary societies organized in this City Only two of the charter members of the organization were in attendance at wednesdays Celebration Peter Oie and John Malm both gentlemen were shown special honors during the Day there was a Parade in the afternoon the members of Lodge no 4 augmented by the Bessemer and Hur Ley lodges making a line appearance As they passed through the Street headed by the Norrie band in the evening a banquet was served at scandinavian Hall the room being taste fully decorated for the occasion Fol lowing the banquet a program of in Strumental and vocal music was car ried out Rev o n Hildeton delivered an excellent address Peter Oie told of the Early trials and successes of no 4 a w Peterson read a con Cise history of the society mrs Peter Asp had spoke interestingly in behalf of the women Branch of the order and capt a g Hedin made a few re Marks a social session followed the Celebration being a thorough Success in every particular first presbyterian Church on sunday May 28 the Rev or Frazer of Bessemer will occupy the pulpit of the presbyterian Church for the morning service beginning at members of the g a r will attend this service special music sunday school at Oclock Chris Tian Endeavor service in the evening beginning at millinery department we Are reducing our Stock of artificial Flowers in our millinery department and have placed on 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 Ujj received 50c values 25c 75 c values 35c 9 Sale begins today w our motto j Quality counts and is far More important than the it it it it it Davis Price of car it it it it for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain floor finish i As it makes old floors look like new s it makes Pine moors look like Hardwood in it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not Allec Tod by water be ii can be applied by anybody s it is made in All natural Wood shades for Sale at the b5 City drug store 1 234 Mcleod ave i lease Ball goods3 it it r 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 j it Duck foot Glove and All others it it the Best goods for the lowest Price it is our motto Anton Michael Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank it it in Mea 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 Bast ave ill one 23
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