Read an issue on 2 Sep 1911 in Ironwood, Michigan and find what was happening, who was there, and other important and exciting news from the times. You can also check out other issues in The Ironwood News Record.
We use Optical Character Recognition (OCR) technology to make the text on a newspaper image searchable. Below is the OCR data for 2 Sep 1911 Ironwood News Record in Ironwood, Michigan. Because of the nature of the OCR technology, sometimes the language can appear to be nonsensical. The best way to see what’s on the page is to view the newspaper page.
Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - September 2, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan
Ironwood news record volume 26 number 27 Ironwood go Gebic county Michigan saturday september 2 1911 per year in Advance just received it Carload of fresh Ripe luscious Monte Cristo watermelons 15c each while they Laal Sullivan 1444444444444444444444444 if of Good news is always a w Welcome visitor even so up is the letter or note writ ten on craned Linen Lawn w w carrying the essentials of Jelvin taste and Correct i t form with the message w Jedla Alt 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 Faton Crane the Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection w 1 p by n w w m f Mccabe co Vav druggists c at our savings department regularly once a week bring your savings with you and Deposit is Thrift and Good judgment without which no boy girl Man or woman Ever succeeds in life weve helped hundreds to Success by saving their Small amounts and adding 3 percent we help you go Gebic National Bank l Ironwood Mich we offer indemnity of the highest in All brandies of in us ranch and carefully gird the interests of on if arc interested in sonic form of insurance we will he glad to demonstrate our policy no obligations imposed offi Cio turkic door prom i o h m Erickson schools to reopen tuesday assignment of principals and teachers in the Ironwood schools the Public schools will reopen on tuesday sept 5 after organization and promotion of classes the schools will dismiss for the Day All pupils should assemble in the rooms which they occupied at the close of school High school courses adapted to the needs of students who cannot remain in school for the regular time will be organized High school students May enrol on saturday sept 2 the assignment of teachers As Given below is Only tentative As far As possible teachers have been assigned to their former schools but several changes have been necessitated on account of promotions and transfers All teachers Are requested to meet in the auditorium of the Luther l Wright school on tuesday sept 5 at p m j Luther l Wright school High c Watson Prin Cipal history Edward h s Bucklin mathematics t s Hook mathematics and science w w Woodward commercial Janet and German Jean Gou die English Agnes Johnson German Florence Wells English and history Grade Bowden c a Alice Boche 3 a Ida Peterson 2 a Amanda Backon 1 a Laura diet Rich Cadet Central school George Kurkendall principal 8 a Margaret Davison 8 a Hazel Hilde Brand 8 a Fay Nicholas 8 a Ethel Hornberg 7 a and 7 b Ella Winn g b and 7 a Nina Tolan g a Louise Willits 5 a and 5 b a Lute mothers 4 b and 5 a Hulda Johnson 4 a Mildred Tourtellot 2 a and 3 a Wil Helmina Bartlett 1 a and 2 a Alfreda Anderson Cadet Dora Watters Cadet North Side school Adeline Dietrich principal 5 a and g a Mae Kappler g b and 7 a Luclle Smith 4 a and 5 a Gretta Abel 2 a and 3 a Katherine Mcnamara 1 a and 2 a Georgine minder kindergarten Fanny Bay assistant Alice Worun Cadet Ashland school Edith Thompson principal 3 a and 4 a Grace Clark 2 a Katherine Owen 1 a Bessie Bush kindergarten Margaret Moore assistant Norrie school Abbie Donovan principal 4 a and 5 a Margaret sex worthy 3 a and 4 a Katherine Watson 2 a and 3 a Nell Clark 1 a and 2 a Eleanor Rankin 1 a Mabel Tonkin kindergarten Ada King assistant Clara Grant Cadet Aurora school Ellida Moen principal 1 a and2 a Agnes Anderson 4 a and 5 a vie Warner 2 a and 3 a Matilda Star Rine kindergarten Anna Nicholson assistant Newport school Florence Smith principal 2 a car Rie Bond t a Lillian 1 a Slettie Seeley kindergarten Ili Dur is Rickson assistant Oliver school Doris Chisholm principal i b and and 4 a Laura lir Ogan 7 b and 8 a Ada Pentland 0 a and 7 a Helen Tousley g a and 0 a Christine Tat Man 4 a and 5 a Ruth Miller 2 a and 3 a Jennie Nyburg 1 a Laura Maggie Kellett assistant Lillie Nelson Cadet Froebel kindergarten Anna Sullivan director Jessie Woods Nellie Harrington Stella be Din assistants school Lor deaf Kose d Kreutzer Domestic science school Cora Burdick principal cooking Hettie Monroe assistant Mary Valra or sewing Olive Apps assistant manual training school Elmer e Miller principal ii Schaefer assistant Harry Lundgrin assistant special teachers Alberta Park music Ana holler drawing Mary Spaulding primary supervisor Oella Colvin physical director Elizabeth Glasser librarian proposed new Highway to Lake go Gebic d it Shankey of Bergland treas ure Rof match Wood township was a visitor in Ironwood on thursday or Shankey says that the people of Berg land and Ballentine Are much inter ested in the build ingot a Highway Between the North end of Lake Goge Bic and Wakefield and believe that the Road systems of Ontonagon and go Gebic counties would be connected up within a year or two if Wakefield township would cooperate with match Wood township in putting the Highway through it May be stated that Wakefield township is now engaged in laying out a Highway from Wakefield to Tula and that it is hoped a fairly Good Road Between these two places next year Tula is Only four Miles from the Ontonagon county line school books at c m Beans for go Gebic state Board of equalization raises Iron and Lowers Copper counties the state Board of equalization completed its labors at lansing01 wednesday placing the valuation o the eighty four counties of Michigan which is an increase o Over the equalized value As fixed by the Board in 190g and is less than the value placed on the state by the state tax commis Sion which included inlays appraisal of the mines of Michigan the four Iron counties go in for 000 a Cut of Over from the estimates of Finlay and the tax com Mission the Copper counties go in at which is less than they were equalized at in 1906 the following is a table show ing the valuation fixed for the pay ment of state taxes for the next three years for the counties named Hough the average reduction from the state tax commissions estimates for the entire state was 22 per cent the Iron counties fared somewhat better than the average Iron county getting a reduction of 30 per cent go Gebic per cent Dickinson per cent and Marquette 27 per cent c e Walton is dead Well known citizen of go Gebic county passed away at Wakefield aug 28 Captain c e Walton superintend ent of the Brotherton and sunday Lake mines at Wakefield and the Mikado mine at Verona passed away at his Home at Wakefield last monday evening while he had been in poor health for some time it was thought until a few Days previous to his death that he would eventually recover and the news of his death came As a Dis Tinct Shock to his friends throughout the upper Peninsula he suffered a stroke of paralysis Soine months ago but partially recovered from its effects and after a Short rest was Able to re sumo his duties lie was taken seriously ill while at ish punting in at Tendance at the funeral of his Mother a few weeks ago and sought Relief from specialists at Chicago and else where but his nephritis ailment baffled the physicians and the end came As noted c Earl Walton was Horn Al port Henry n in 1hi5 and is survived by the wife and eight children Captain Walton was one of the Host known mining men on the Golubic Range and was held in High esteem by his employers pickands Mather co of Cleveland for whom he had worked Many years before assuming charge of the Wakefield group of mines Captain Walton held positions of responsibility at the Tilori mine at Bessemer and at minus in the be matinee and Ishpeming districts he served on the go Gebic county Board of supervisors for several terms As the representative of Wak Olfield township and was prominent in the business social and political activities of Wakefield at the time of his death lie was serving As a member of the go Gebic county Road commission and was also commissioner of High ways of Wakefield township he was an enthusiast on the goods roads proposition and the cause loses an Earnest advocate in his passing services were held at Wako Giuld on thursday the remains being taken to Ishpeming where interment was made in the afternoon thanksgiving Day president Taft has designated thursday november Ioui As thanks giving Day this year it always has been the custom to fix the Las thurs Day of the month this year there some doubt because novem Ber happened to include live instead of four thursdays the White House has been besieged by theatrical Man agers and those in charge of College football games to Settle this doubt so that definite arrangements could be made for the usual array of special performances and sports that Mark the Day Bankers throughout the country were said to be anxious that the president should designate novem Ber 23rd As thanksgiving Day they claimed that the making of november Lith a Legal Holiday would seriously interfere with their work inasmuch As the Law requires National Banks to make their statements to the Treasury departments on the first Day of each month and a Holiday falling on the last Day would be most inconvenient it makes old floors look like new Pip n s to Coop co s o 0 00 a 3 co o m co it for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain floor finish it makes Pine moors look like Hardwood it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not affected by water it can be applied by anybody it is made in All natural Wood shades for Sale at the City drug store 234 Mcleod ave base Ball goods i x 16 16 16 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 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 ave phone 23
Search the Ironwood News Record Today
with a Free Trial
We want people to find what they are looking for at NewspaperArchive. We are confident that we have the newspapers that will increase the value of your family history or other historical research.
With our 7-day free trial, you can view the documents you find for free.