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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - November 18, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan News record volume 26 number 37 Iron Wood go Gebic county saturday november 18 1911 per year in Advance fancy new York state apples Best Winter keeping varieties Winter vegetables of All kinds Sullivan i i i t Jcj 1 icy hot bottles now going at the following prices Mechanic n p special tourist n p tourist n p special quarts All prices reduced state assessors coming at the Rexall store Day phone no 53 night phone no 36pj 171 r save As you earn by tie and therell be no Chance of your becoming dependent upon the Bounty of others habits in life Are easily Good Many bad but none so profitable or worthy of your forming As the habit of save a portion of what you earn this it for Safe keeping and interest at our savings department t easily carried by reason of its Low Cost our fire insurance policy is the Best thing a property owner could possess it is at once a Protection and an investment immunity from fire is not assured to any of us but with one of our policies you Are immune from loss come in and let us talk it Over fou new York life insurance co h m Erickson Offick the Kkt docks from p o state tax commission makes Start of re valuing property in mining counties the state tax commission has started its work of investigating the tax Able values of the lands and other real and personal property in the Iron mining counties of the upper Penin Iron Dickinson and go Gebic when the reviews of mine assessments were held by the tax commission in the counties named Early in october local assessing tracers were told that unless they put the other property on the tax Rolls next Spring at its True Cash value and and de to the Rolls the Large amount of property that has never been assessed at All that the commission would make new assessment Rolls for every City and township in the counties mentioned it now appears that the state tax commission is not going to wait to see what action local assess ing officers take but will look into taxable values on its own account the plans of the state tax commis Sion Are thus outlined in an article published in the last saturdays is sue of the daily mining journal mar Quette As e h Shields the state tax com missioner predicted would be done when he visited Marquette in the course of his trip to the upper Penin Sula to review the work of expert Fin Lay in valuing the Iron mines the commission is talking Steps to value the general property of the Iron coun ies with the purpose of putting it n the same basis of valuation As the dining property Field agent Mcmaff representing the commission is now n the upper Peninsula preparing for his work he has been in Marquette county the past few Days looking the ground Over and he has held Consul actions with numerous men who Are informed concerning values the Volc in Marquette county will begin m mediately and will Start in Powell township where the wild lands Are Aid to have More value than similar ands in any other township in the county it was in this township that he Marquette men who looked into he question of general values in the a Monty in connection with the meet no of the county equalization a few weeks ago were convinced that some f the worst cases of undervaluation n the county would be found the tax commission will follow the same Rule in valuing the general property in Marquette Iron Dickin son and go Gebic counties that it Fol owed in valuing the raining property that is it will find and Lix to the Best of its ability the True Cash value this s the Only Rule that the commission is for this work the result is bound to be a Large in crease in the total of the tax Rolls for All the counties As general property s now valued at much Les than Cash value when the mining men had their hearing before commissioner Shields they made the assertion that eneral property in the mining town ships of Marquette county was valued at not More than on third of its True value it is not to be anticipated that put Ting the Iron counties up to their True value will work to their injury How ver in the apportionment of state taxes because the equalization arrived at by the state Board a few weeks ago will stand for three years the Reval nation will work out to relieve the mining companies from bearing an unfair share of the tax Burden be cause they will have to pay consider ably less taxes when general property is put up where it belongs the reassessment of the Iron coun ties will be a work of great magnitude one of the largest tasks that the state tax commission has Ever entered on and it will be Well into next year be fore it can be completed the Fina step in the work will be the holding of Public reviews such As were Hel Early in the fall in Alpena county i is the expectation of the tax commis Sion that before another state equalization is held practically the entire state will be placed on a Cash basis if in the meantime the entire system of state taxation is not changed for go Gelics schools superintendent of Public instruction l l Wright has made the Semi annual apportionment of primary school interest Money to the school of Michigan the disbursement Bein at the rate of fifty cents per capita the total amount that the school districts of go Gebic county will receive is divided according to the school census among the districts follows 5 Bessemer 666 v Wakefield 422 5 451 225 142 213 106 54 91 455 died from exposure an Buskirk Farmer fell from Rig in Way and perished Matt Bakka a settler living with is family on a farm in Wisconsin a Jort distance from Van Buskirk per in the Bluzard on a Highway in Brevin township last saturday night is Frozen body was found sunday of frying Between seven and eight clock by Charles and gust Niemi and Tikkanen while on their Way beget a Load of Hay the body Lay a few Hundred feet of Charles ills farmhouse and near to the joint where it was necessary for Bak Aito turn off the Highway to go to Lis Jown place the horse that the Mato had driven was a Short distance y the animal having sought Shel or from the storm by turning into i Woods but being held fast when ran into a tree t developed at the inquest con a cited by Coroner Pule that Bakka in Ironwood saturday Leav no Jessieville for Home about three clock in the afternoon a settler Odds with him until the Road turned Westward to Van Buskirk Bakka topped at the Home of another a i instance on the Way Home leaving about another Man Testi he found Bakka lying on the Highway half a mile from Hills place re helped him into the buggy and Mekka drove off toward Home resided at the Aurora to Atin for several years going to Wisconsin Over a year ago and settling a this wife and six children on a Ort acre tract of land near Van bus irk three Brothers reside in Iron Rood he was thirty seven years old state of Iron Market Uch being age to it our Stock of Milli Mery must be sold regardless of Cost get our prices Davis Fehr 4k 4k it it 4k 4k it 4k i it it it 7339 s3669 50 brighter Outlook railroads heavy purchasers yesterdays Issue of the Iron York says summed up the latest develop ments in finished steel products Are hese a Large business in some of the easier lines a continuance of the Etter buying by the railroads lower rices where there has been any change and j More offers from Consumers to lace Long time contracts at present Levels this last is the most significant nature of the situation there Are Iso offers to take and pay for As soon is the Mills can ship rolled steel in forms sufficient to last the Voul be buyers for months while ome Mills Are resisting the Effort to Arry present prices far into next year Here is evidently an increase in for Vard Selling attention is still focused on the railroads car buying last week made larger weeks total than in months and other Good sized orders Are yet to be Given the Iron Trade review Cleveland n its Issue of yesterday says the stimulating effect of continued heavy buying by railroads is being Felt in Nany Mills especially those in the Pittsburg president Brown of the new York Central lines announced on wednesday that orders had been placed for 120 locomotives and freight cars for All lines it was Learned on wednesday that the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad is in the Market for freight cars of various types to Cost in the aggregate supt Wright acts on Book sales notices have been sent out to school officers All Over the state that the books prescribed in the pupils Reading Circle course can be purchased of any dealer this notice was sent out by the department of Public instruction and put a summary end to the monopoly features of the Sale of these books an attempt was made to induce superintendent Wright to not officially act in this Way but to leave it to Book dealers to inform All schools of the situation in order that there might not be any official notice made of the abolishment of Trust sales the superintendent however insisted that As a matter of Good Public policy the state could not countenance even in directly any scheme of that character and he decided that the notice must be sent Copper situation improves a steady and marked improvement in the general Copper situation is shown by the monthly report of the Copper producers association giving the amount of Copper surplus on hand during october and of consumption and production a decrease of 214 pounds of Copper Stock in this country instead of an expected in crease is shown in the monthly state ment All of which according to Copper statisticians will have a Strong Bull effect on the Market a full line of typewriter paper and ribbons at c m Beans blood remedy you cannot Erajoy perfect health unless the blood is pure to be pure it must be full of Rich red in color and circulating freely when the blood ceases to Supply Nutriment to Tho surrounding tissues you soon become tired out with no ambition for your daily duties a d s blood mixture american drug Syndicate is a most satisfactory treatment it cleanses the blood of All impurities stirs up Tho circulation to renewed activity and supplies nourishment to Tho body tissues we recommend this remedy City 231 Moleod Avenue i1 i1 1 i1 Oscar Nordling poor twin i engineers Iron Iron v Arley Wisconsin Iutuk my it f4 a n machinists o order ii brass castings made Gas engines repairs a specially automobile supplies in Stock repairs on All kinds of engines and machinery also stove Deau eks to Franklin air cooled cars and Prout Shand 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 us Swanson last Ivy Hod ave Pitone 23

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