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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - May 27, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Of continuous rest firmly set in your mind you will not succeed Brest i mean lying Down in a bed or chair in the Iresh air you Are not to spend any time in a closed room except when bathing or dressing or eating Best All the time take no exer Cise or work until your doctor tells walking no ing no rambling no Riding no driving no housework no Obice work no chores no trips no vis its no knocking about no Odd jobs no exertion of any kind put yourself at rest in the open air after breakfast and stay there do not forever be jump ing up and Down Little things about the House or fetching and carrying every morning sit out every afternoon sit out every evening after supper sit out or lie in your outdoor bed t Brief City news a Fine line of fancy bound books for graduation gifts at 0 m Beans girl wanted for general housework apply to mrs a Douglas 133 West Norrie Street the Jones Laughlin co has Laid off about on half of the Crew work ing at the Pence and Snyder property at Pence for Sale summer cottage 10x20 with frontage of 300 feet on Mercer Lake apply to Jos Baur Walker House Ironwood All styles of lion Brand collars have the easy tie slide space see the demonstrator on saturday to to and to the Model de Oldenburg and miss Viola Hoy of Lac do Flambeau came to Iron Wood tuesday morning and then drove to Bessemer where they were United in marriage Christian science service will be held at the Christian science Chapel on Aurora Street at 10m5 a May 28 subject of lesson Sermon ancient and modern miss Grace Hawley a teacher in the Public schools of grand Haven arrived Here thursday for a visit with the family of her Uncle i1 1 Alexan Der miss Hawley graduated from the Iron Wood High school a few years ago mesday May 31 persons having Bills against the county should Send same to the county clerk not later than to Day the ladies auxiliary of the a o h will hold a dancing party at reids Hall on thursday evening tune 22 music will be furnished by the Tern pie theater orchestra tickets 50 cents per person which will include supper everyone is cordially invited Mission meetings Are being help in the swedish Mission Church mar Quette Street the pastor the Rev a Rapp being assisted by the Rev Isaac Skoog of Iron Mountain Anc the Rev t Jacobson of Ishpeming the first of the meetings was held last night and they will be continue Over sunday Patrick of John isto Onan 140 Lux More Street passed away on wednesday at the age of Twenty three years and six months he Fel and injured his hip some months ago the Accident being the direct Caus of his death the funeral will b held this morning Froin Church i have received my new Stock o hair goods from new York this week but am unable to open my store until a later Date Anjone wishing goods before that time will find m on Aurora Street three doors Back o Over Grimm meat Market Telephone no 310 mrs r Upthegrove invitations Are out for a reception to be Given by the woman Relie corps in Honor of Pleasanton Post g a r at the Alpha Omega club rooms tuesday evening May 30th Honor to All our Brav soldiers com they from East or West our Hopes Anc wishes shall follow them All but w love our Brave boys the the news record hears that the Northwestern will put on a new Sun Day train beginning Lime Ali train will leave Wakefield about seven in the morning running through to Hurley thence to Mercer and Foster Ville returning to Wakefield in thu evening the train will be run Sun Days Only during the summer month Jacob Krowl was found dead in bed by mrs Ossowski when the Latte went to the Ossowski farm in Iron Wood township on tuesday Krowl who hoarded wit i the Ossowskie Dur ing the Winter went to the farm on May 14 living there alone in a smal Walkover shoe look at our windows we Are proud of our windows just now they Are More than Ever Worth going out of your Way to see All the newest Spring and summer styles Are there and because a full run of sizes and widths on every style shown is on our shelves this Cut shows the e x t r e m e 1 y stylish limit Model Blucher pattern Radi calf leather Price other styles at and take hold prepare for your climb to Success there is always room at the top it it is not a Wise plan to choose a adder with someone standing on Ivery round the big propositions Are at the top where there is always business conditions have passed out of the hit and miss per of you do not have to Grope around and wait for an Opportunity possess yourself with a practical business training at the Ironwood business College and meet Opportunity half Way school continues All summer shac neighbors saw him alive on May 19 he was a German about sixty years old the county Road commissions Rock Crusher was started a Day or two ago and the spreading of Rock on the new trunk Road Between Ironwood and Bessemer will begin the first of next week John Brogan the Green Bay contractor has sublet several sections of the Eastern end of the new Highway to settlers at Dunham and has a Crew of men at work build ing Camps near Ross siding for his Road Crew w f Kelly manager of the string of Temple Heaters in the go Gebic Range towns has leased the Princess theater of West Duluth and Jilji add it to his circuit or Kelly conducts an unusually Fine lot of Hig Clasi moving picture houses and his Friend feel that his new Duluth House Wil become exceedingly popular with the Duluth Public congressman h o Young of Ishpeming is a member of the commit tee named by the democratic Lowe House of Congress to investigate the United states steel corporation the other members Are Stanley o Kentucky chairman Bartlett o Georgia Beall of Texas Littleton o new York Mcgillicuddy of Maine Olmstead of Pennsylvania Sterling of Illinois and Danforth of new York the Board of education of Ironwood township will open bids on tune 3 of the construction of a Frame schoo House to take the place of the Sec 35 school destroyed by lire a few weeks ago the Board is also soliciting Bidi from masons for the construction o Stone foundations for two new schools one on Sec 33 Triplett the other on Sec 28 North Bessemer specifications May be seen at the Resi Dence of the Secretary Abram Abramson irom Vood township the Texas cattle King which comes to Pierce theater on May 29 is one of the most Beautiful and inter Esting comedy dramas now before the Public full of pathos mirth and interesting situations the scene o the play is Laid in the Lone Star state Home of portrays in a faithful manner Lifton the Plains As it really is the company is com posed of excellent players selectee with care from the Best Heaters in the East and patrons of the opera House Are assured of a rate treat or the appearance of this play prices 25 35 50 cents sharper get some easy a fellow giving his name As 1 Dony of Chicago arrived in tron Wood on May 12 registering at the Bartlett hotel he was accompanied by two men one of whom worked at the Newport mine a few years ago the game of or Dony developed a few Days after announcement was made that some men would be Laid Oil Al the mines he wanted a lot of men to go to work in the mines of the Stockdale mining milling co the pay was to be per Day More than that to the Best men and steady work they were building a new Railroad to the mines the one now running to them being unable to Han dle All the Stockdale output of Lead and Gold on payment of he would pay the fare to Utah of every Man the balance charged by the railways to be deducted from the first months pay Check Inci dentally and just to put everyone on Good terms with the company every person accepted was Given 100 shares of Stock of the Stockdale min ing milling co the thing looked so Good that Many took fifty dollars Worth of it and altogether or Dony accepted fort six men who paid him about everybody was to be ready to Start for Utah on monday when monday came Dony had de parted he having left town saturday night the two men that accompanied Dony who were really cappers for the graft slipped out of town sunday night and monday morning the accepted ones still have their certificate sin the Stockdale mining milling co of Utah capital Stock shares one cent each and yet we Are amused by the people who buy the masonic Temple in Chicago every few Days two miners killed by Gas Isaac Nestor Ranta and Salomon Lumina miners employed by the Oli ver Iron mining co at its Geneva exploration East of Ironwood were suf located by powder gases in the Geneva Shaft on the Acci Lent happened in a raise leading from he West Drift of the at a Point 245 feet above the Drift the Hift that went off at noon neglected to open the valve of the air pipe which it was customary to do just be Bre firing the blasts capt Newby who was at the Puritan was notified of the condition in the raise and he sent word to the dry notifying All the men to keep away from the raise until he or capt Lorenson investigated the matter As the men went underground a Man was stationed at the Shaft to give the same warning to the men Ranta and Louma went into the raise in spite of the warnings however and were suffocated it was Light Oclock in the evening before the bodies could be recovered Luoma resided with his wife and thirteen Earold son at the Newport location Ranta was a single Man 22 years of age Coroner Houle held an quest on thursday the jury return ing a verdict that deceased came to their death by Gas in a raise of the Geneva circuit court the trial of the personal in jury Case of Herman maid against the Newport mining co occupied the attention of the circuit court during the first three Days of the week the Jurj bringing in a verdict in favor of the defendant about nine Oclock wednesday night the plaintiff was injured Bya blast on the 16th level o d Shaft of the Newport mine in sep tember 1908 and sued for heavy damages claiming that a defective fuse caused a premature blast the Points on which the jury arrived at its verdict were whether or not the use o soft fuse was dangerous and wheelie or not fuse should be inspected before it was Given to the employee Geo o Driscoll of this City and p h Obrien of Calumet were the plaintiffs attorneys h m Norris of this City and James g Flanders of Milwaukee rep resenting the Newport co a per Sonal injury suit against the Castile mining co is now on trial millionaires slow pay colonel e h r Green son of Hetty la authority for the statement that poor persons or those of modest Means pay their Bills More promptly the Rich he says to never worries about getting rent from ton nuts of Ordinary Means hut hint the poorest tenant of i he Green estate from one Point of View is a millionaire he is n poor tenant because in cannot Bohi diced to pay huh rent promptly recently colonel Green in Mojo a trip to St Louis to collect rents from Iii and in a House belonging to his Mother who had had no Bills presented for six months and he found them not Only willing but anxious to pay but there were no millionaires in the building it is a fact Well Mcnown to merchants and other business men at summer re Borts that Many of the wealthy people who sojourn there temporarily have a habit of going away without paying their Bills they do not try to beat1 the tradesmen they intend to when they get As a Rule they do pay but frequently they let their Bills run along until the next year they Are not dishonest they Are merely inconsiderate having plenty of Money themselves they fail to consider the fact that other persons May be in need of Money if they could Only practice the put yourself in his place theory a Little they might pay up More promptly then again there Are Rich persons who Are constantly hard up for Cash in hand their investments be up their Money and they Are poor for months at a time this sometimes is the Rea gon the Rich let their Bills run driving horse for Sale for Sale a Black driving horse apply to Axel Bergquist at Olson Bergquist birth record the following births were registered t the office of the City clerk during he Boyanton Street Day 18 John Takalo East Ayer treet May 22 Moberg Mcleod a Jnue May 20 Peter Zaramba Larch Street May 19 Leopold Leska Poplar Street May 21 Callista Cabianca jes revile May 18 May 27 june 17 probate order state of Michigan the probate court for the county of go Gebic at a session of said court held at the probate office in the City of Bessemer in said county m the 22nd Day of May a d 1911 present Hon Curtis Buck judge of probate in the matter of the estate of Andrew deceased Mutt Hill administrator having tiled in said court his petition praying that the time for he presentation of claims against said estate be limited and that a Tim and place be appointed to receive examine and adjust All claims and demands against said deceased Blind before said court it is ordered that six months from this Date Wjk allowed for creditors to present claims against said estate it is further ordered that the 26th Day of september 1911 at ten Oclock in the Forenoon at said probate office be and is hereby appointed for the examination and adjustment of All claims and demands against said de ceased Curtis Buck judge of probate bids wanted notice is hereby Given that the City of Ironwood will receive sealed bids for Macau amazing about one and one half Miles of Road with crushed Rock in accordance with specifications for the construction of county roads adopted by the state of Mich Igan copy of which is on file with the City clerk of the City of Ironwood Michigan bids must be filed with the said clerk not later than six Oclock p m june 13 1911 the City reserves the right to reject any and All bids w d Snyder City clerk dated Ironwood May 24th 1911 Vonie oldest 8rano in America Llars avoids Collar spreading 1 May 13 Juno 3 probate notice state of Michigan the probate court for the county of at a session of said court held at the probate office in the City of Bessemer in said county on the 12ta Day of May a d 1911 present Hon Curtis Buck judge of probate la the matter of the estate of Julius Yozuiak deceased John f bul Crey having filed in said court his petition Pray info that the administration of said estate be granted to himself or to some other suitable person it is ordered that monday the 5th Day of june a d ten Oclock in the Forenoon at said probate office be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition it is further ordered that Public notice thereof be Given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said Day of hearing in the irom Vood news record o newspaper printed and circulated i said county curds Buck a True copy judge of probate Comras Buck judge of probate May 20 probate notice june 10 state of Michigan the probate court for Theroun Tyhof go Gebic at a session of Saij court held at the Iro Bate Ollice in the City of Bessemer in said county on the 18ui Day of Way a d 1811 Buck judge of probate in the matter of the estate of Simon Matt son deceased Llanna Malison having filed in said court her petition praying that the administration of said estate to granted to her or to some other suitable person it is ordered that the 12lh Day of june a d 1011 Atte Oclock in the Forenoon at said probate Ollice be and is hereby appointed for hearing said petition is further ordered that Public Nollice thereof be Given by publication of a copy of this order for three successive weeks previous to said Day of hearing in the irom Vood news record a newspaper printed and circulated in said county Curtis Buck a True judge of probable Curtis Buck judge of probate the Model opposite Post office lots for Sale la lots on Norrie Street North Side at reasonable terms these lots Are 50x 250 and up Small payment Down balance on easy terms for further particulars apply to Geo Young 225 West Norrie Street i i 1i ii la i j plumber and Metal worker repairing promptly and neatly done phone 53g 012 Sutherland St George a Curry insurance Agency d r Bundy manager Ironwood Michigan Springfield fire Marine insurance of Springfield mass Pennsylvania fire insurance of Philadelphia Western Reserve insurance of Cleveland Ohio Hanover fire insurance of new York citizens fire insurance of Missouri Svea fire insurance of Sweden insurance co of now York Home insurance of new York 8 the officers of i this Bank i Are successful business men men experienced in the hand Ling of financial affairs they give time and care to the Workings of the Bank safeguarding of All funds entrusted to its care fully realizing that each and every account on our books be it Large or Small has its influence in the up building of our town and Community they respectfully solicit your account Peoples banking company Ironwood Mich
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