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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - November 4, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Konwood news record volume 26 number 36 Iron Wood go Gebic county Michigan saturday november 4 1911 per year in Advance i t it ii just received a consignment of fresh pure Apple juice cider this is Silver Brand made from sound Ripe fruit Sullivan How does it happen that so children Are continually coughing we have it what Cherry bark cough syrup a Little of which Given at the first sign of a cough will prevent a Winter Long seige of it can be procured Al f Nccabe co druggists and stationers night Calls Given prompt attention Bond co settles phone 3p6j of with the extra two or three Hundred Dol Lars you usually have on hand and for which you have no immediate use to Petit in your desk drawer Doest increase its earning capacity to invest it in some venture May mean that youll lose it altogether to put it in our savings department Means you will get 3 interest on it go Gebic National Bank 9 Ironwood Mich u s Fidel to and guaranty co pays judgment secured by school District Harris Richardson of St Paul representing the United states Fidelity and guaranty company paid the sum of to the Ironwood school District on tuesday the same being the amount of the judgment secured against the bonding company As the result of a recent trial in the Federal court litigation Over the funds of the school District that were on de posit in the first National Bank at at the time of the Banks failure has been carried on for a period of about two years when the Bank closed its doors the Ironwood school District had on Deposit there the same being secured by a Bond issued by the United states Fidelity guaranty company the bonding company resisted payment setting up numerous reasons Why it should not recoup District and the latter brought suit the court rendered what at the time was called a Compromise verdict for the amount named above in Addi Tion to the amount of the judgment the District has also received about in dividends from the receiver of the Bank making a net loss to the District of about beside the expense of the litigation the school District will now bring suit against receiver Tali Inghart and Hopes to re cover at least a portion of this Money in the litigation and settlement of the judgment with the bonding com Pany the school District was represented by j s Monroe and c m Lumphrey of Ironwood and we p Beldon of Ishpeming Belmont a Oes of Ironwood and Harris Richard on of St Paul represented the Bond no company k c gathering arge delegations will attend initiation and banquet in Ironwood tomorrow Ironwood Council no 1390 and Hurey Council no g69 knights of col Umbus will hold joint initiation exercises in Ironwood tomorrow and he attendance of several Hundred members of the order from outside the City expected the class of candidates will number about fifty delegations ire to be Here from the Copper country Marquette and me nominee ranges Ashland Duluth and Antigo local and visiting members of the order will attend mass at St Ambrose Church at nine Oclock sunday morn ing the initiatory exercises will be Neld at the armory and Are expected to extend throughout the afternoon in the evening a banquet will be served by the two local councils at Alpha Omega Hall when addresses will be delivered by prominent Mem Bers of the order Headquarters for the visitors during their stay in the City will be at kids Hall Mcleod Avenue the event promises to be the largest gathering of its kind Ever held on the go Gebic Range Ironwood girl marries in Illinois Victor Johnson sprung quite a sur prise on his friends saturday when he claimed As his Bride miss Beatrice Bergman of Ironwood Mich they were United in marriage saturday afternoon at 3 Oclock in Peoria by Rev of the Christian Church they came to Abingdon saturday evening and will go to housekeeping immediately on the farm one and one half Milesi Southwest of Abingdon which is owned by or Johnsons father or Johnson is an industrious Young Farmer a Young Man of exem Plary habits and Many friends offer congratulations and will Welcome the Bride to her Tri Bune the Bride is a stepdaughter of j g r Baner and has lived in Ironwood since her childhood when she Lias Many friends who wish lie much happiness it May happen to you fire has no particular place to Start it rages where carelessness has entered can you sacrifice your owning take a Chance on the future by neglecting to own fire insurance we represent the Best and most reliable insurance companies and our rates Are reasonable drop us a line and we will Call and talk it Over with you h m Erickson k Tii kick doors from o Wilbur Starr Quartetti the Wilbur Starr Quartetti will be in Ironwood on nov 22 under the auspices of tie ladies Aid society o the first m e Church the follow ing Are a few press notices or Starrs intonation expression Anc splendid interpretation combined portray the Toreador so vivid that even his splendid personality was submerged in the character his impersonations were among the Best Ever seen Here mrs Star proved herself an artist of Columbia Ledger or Starr has the Best voice Ever heard at the Hautau courier Wilbur Star has a magnificent record Herald they Sang in such excellent audience was delighted As evinced by repeated re news diamonds of rare Quality at lowest prices diamonds remounted in plat i i nun or Gold at triplets end of Road work if weather is favourable seasons work on county Road will end next week if the weather conditions Are favor Able John Brogan will Complete their work on the new county trunk Road Between Wakefield and Dunham next week the grading is now All completed with the exception of a Short Section near Ross siding the two Crews one working from the East and the other from the West have joined and Are now working on the Short uncompleted Section and it was reported from Wakefield yesterday that seven or eight Days of favourable weather would enable Brogan co to finish up the grading the county Road commissions surveying Crew is now working East of Marenisco and will make a permanent Survey to go Gebic station Turtle Waterstreet and sans Souci meeting the Iron county surveyors at the lat Ter Point it is understood that Iron county men will be at work Between Iron River and sans Souci within a Short time it is the Hope of go Gebic and Iron county Road builders to have the trunk roads connected up some time during the summer of 1913 at the annual meeting of the Rogeb in county Board of supervisors a few ago there was informal discus Sion of the trunk Road proposition members of the Road commission and the supervisors discussed the issuing of Bonds to put the trunk Road through to the Eastern end of the county the work to be done under continuing contracts during the summer of 1912 and 1913 it was pointed out that the Road could be built cheaper by letting the work out in one or two arge contracts and that it would be available for use much sooner with he usual county Road Levy each year n interest and sinking fund to take Are of the Bonds could be created and the remainder of the Levy used or the highways maintenance it is Likely that the matter will receive Urther attention at an Early meeting f the Board of supervisors representative Knight on game Laws City assessor 3 13 Blomgren who s doing some Road building in the Lorth Woods reports the presence of Ery Many Hunters in the territory Hirough which the Road building is eing done they Are nearly All from he lower Peninsula and come in squads f from ten to Twenty and this fact rings to mind what is claimed to Lave been the objector the lower pen insula men in framing the 1011 game aws it is said that the open season or Deer Partridge and rabbits alike beginning october 15 was to preserve the Small game for the lower Penin Ula Hunter and to give him a Chance it the Deer at the same time the As explained by some is this a Large party will get together half of them will take out Deer licenses my equip themselves with Rilles the other half will be tit out with Sobov s and Bird dogs arriving at the Hunting grounds Teedee Hunters will be stationed on runways and the Bird Hunters will Circle out and drive the Deer toward the riflemen this procedure will follow until the expire upon of the Twenty live Day limit on the Deer licenses when the Deer Hun ters will secure licenses and Swap guns with then comrades to tvs giving both parties an Opportunity to Hunt All three kinds of game and to take an unfair advantage of the Deer and of the smaller legitimate Hunting Par ties it May be As Well said now As at any other time that the so called sportsmen clubs of the lower Penin Sula fashion the game Laws and that the upper Peninsula Doest count in the Deal except As a state Hunting current Deer Hunters arrested because they began to Hunt Deer ahead of the opening of the season As provided by the statutes of the state of Wisconsin eight men were assessed each in fines in judge Griff Thomas court at Hurley and had their Rilles confiscated into the bargain the eight de Gobie John Grasso Otto Lilja Joel Lake c Cia Bianco John Hietanen Otto Korby and James Chiolino were arrested Early monday morning near Island Lake 12 Miles from Hurley by game wardens con Asmuth of Milwaukee and Frank Russell of Park Falls the prisoners live at Montreal wis i first presbyterian Church George m Tourtellot minister Public worship next Sabbath in the morning at and in the evening at sacrament of the lords sup per will follow the Brief address of the minister in the morning exceptional program of music at this service evening Sermon music by soloists and the quartet Bible school at 12 m Young Peoples meeting in the Chapel at p m Popula priced millinery we keep right up to front in newest and Best ideas in this department Davis Fehr blood remedy t t i you cannot enjoy perfect health unless the blood is pure to be pure it must be full of Rich red i color and circulating freely when the blood ceases to Supply Nutriment to the surrounding tissues you soon become tired out with 110 Umb Tiou for your daily duties a d s blood mixture american Niluag Syndicate is a most satisfactory treatment it cleanses the blood of All impurities stirs up to circulation to renewed activity and supplies nourishment to Tho body tissues i we recommend this Ile Medy City 234 Moleod Avenue Oscar nordl1ng prop y twin City Iron works Hurley Wisconsin under Iron and brass castings made to order repairs on All kinds of engines and machinery also stove castings Peale is to Franklin air cooled cars and Otic bus Automo bile Gas engines repairs a specially automobile supplies in Stock Prout lessees 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 Gus Swanson Bast Murod phone 23
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