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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - September 9, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan News volume 26 number 28 Iron Wood go Gebic county Michigan saturday septembers 1911 per year in Advance fairy grab apples Michigan peaches and pears Rockyford melons Sweet potatoes Ripe tomatoes Sweet Corn Concord grapes California Wax Beans Iff of Good news is a w Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on g cranes Linen Lawn carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct form with the message it is the Correct write Reg w paper at All times and for All people there is Jwj none better made we have All the latest Crane Al w novelties and Many of the Al the Crane a w Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite Ujj w your inspection w m p f it Vul druggists starts when you begin to earn and ends Only when you Are unable to do you Are Wise the Reward for such saying is an income for your old age and something for the family you leave you need any greater incentive for beginning to save today our savings department will accept your deposits from will compound the interest on them at 3 per cent year after year National Bank 9 Ironwood Mich a big fire causes plenty of excitement and crowds soon gather to watch the Battle Between the firemen and the fire our policies Are object lessons that carry conviction with them when loss is sustained dont take a Hazard but get insured in our companies h m Erickson Offik Tiu uce to Tow from p o ten million ton 8short season figures forsake Superior Iron districts far behind those of Irmo Iron Ore shipments from the Lake Superior districts for to sept 1 were loss of tons compared with the same time Las season when the move ment up to tons restriction of output was necessary on account of the inactivity at the furnaces and Mills during Trie first half of the present year the business from january to july having been a tremendous disappointment we the pig Iron situation is still a Long Way from being in satisfactory Condi Tion the increased tonnage of Mills is gradually working the accumulated stocks of the furnaces it May be stated that while Lake Superior Ore shipments up to sept 1 were less than at the same Date last year they were considerably More than at the Corres pending Date in 1908 the total move ment for 1908 was Only tons former Ironwood girl marries Milwaukee Sentinel a quiet Home wedding tuesday afternoon at 5 Oclock was that of Minnie Glassner daughter of or and mrs d m Glassner to Joseph Heller of Omaha neb in the Home of the brides parents 561 Belle Yue place rabbi Victor Caro officiated at the ceremony which was attended by about fifty guests miss Glass Ner by miss Evelyn Berg Man Omaha and the Groom Byril Liam Heller Milwaukee the ring bearer was miss Eose Glassner and miss Esther Glassner played the wed Ding March from accompanied by a orchestra Joseph and William Glassner Brothers of the Bride acted As Ushers the Bride was gowned in White Marquesett Over Messaline trimmed with Princess lace and carried Pink and White roses miss Bergman wore yellow silk and carried yellow roses the House was prettily decorated with Palms Smilax and Pink and White roses the out of town guests were Leopold Heller sol Bergman miss Evelyn Bergman mrs Morris Strauss and Fred Fehr Iron Wood miss pulling Marshfield and mrs m Glass Ner and miss Mary Corey Chicago a reception and banquet followed the cer ony after which the bridal couple left on there wedding trip which will include Detroit and Cleveland they will be at Home at 742 Oakland Avenue after oct 1 supervisors met tuesday an adjourned meeting of the Goge Bic county Board of supervisors was held on tuesday at the court House a list of accounts was ordered paid but a Long list of Bills was Laid Over to the1 october meeting because of delay in sending same to the county clerk the Board decided to have account ant Dresser of Detroit Check Over the records and audit the accounts of the various county ulcers the report to be the annual meeting next month a communication was received from state game Warden Oates asking the Board to recommend three Deputy county wardens for appointment by him a special com Mittee consisting of supervisors Holm Gren Forslund and Kelly will report on the matter at the next meeting of thedoar reports showing that county prisoners had worked 327 Days at the Rock Crusher and 80 Days on the infirmary grounds during the months of tune july and August de Neidhold was appointed to fill the vacancy on the Board of county Road commissioners caused by the death of c e Walton of Wakefield the next meeting of the supervisors which will be the an Nual meeting will be held on Mon Day oct 9 mrs Munch Mother Dies mrs Agnes Petrick of the town of passed away on tuesday of last week aug 22 at Oclock in the afternoon she had been in poor health since Early being due to old age Agnes Szurman was born at Goltz province of Posen Prussia in april 1828 and was married at that place to John Petrick when 20 years of age they came to american 1857 and resided at Buffalo and other places in new York until 1873 when they moved to Wisconsin and located on a Homestead in the town of Hull where both passed away the husband dying four years ago last Spring mrs pet Rick was the Mother of 9 children 4 of whom survive her Jacob of Casi Rair sister Catherine of Toledo Ohio mrs Anton Munch and mrs Annie Wotnoski both of Ironwood one son Well Hull died very suddenly last Winter the deceased was highly respected by neighbors and All who knew her i Stevens Point Gazette Ironwood 5 Ashland i miners game but labor same prevented by rain Well fellow bugs and engines our baseball cohorts didst do much to Ashland last sunday afternoon Only Tri Medem five runs that All and would have repeated next Day if the weather Man had been de cent enough to give the Range players an Opportunity to go to the chaps Down by the unsalted sea you see both teams had been strengthened a bit for the two game series Foster of Mellen who has wanted another try at the Ironwood Goat Ever since the fourth of july having been chosen by Ashland to do the flinging mister Foster was touched up for two dour Les and three singles in the very first stanza of the Only game played the bombardment and on the part of Ashland player giving the Ironwood players the very Comfort Able Edge of five runs the miners didst get another Man across the rubber the game but glorious to relate the unsalted sealers came across with Only one tally securing it ninth oppose to Foster was our own and backed by excellent support the big port Sider pitched the strongest sort of a game letting Dow the 0nemy with Only three hits while if Benwood got away with eight safeties Oft Foster As has been rain prevented the playing of the monday game a fact that was much regretted by at least two thousand people whip were anxious to see the two teams fight it out Snow was scheduled to pitch for Ashland in the second game and Johnson for Ironwood and if the weather Man had Only been willing the result would have been a pitchers Battle sure enough unless the miners could have Willowe their Way through As they did with Foster Man Iron Wood people were in Ashland monday to see the big game and hundreds were there from Hurley Iron Belt Mellen Washburn and Bayfield for the same purpose the following tells How the rans were made Schaefer the first Iron Wood Man at Bat singled and went to second while Tollers was juggling the Ball Stevens picked out another single and Clifford plunked one Over the Short right for two bases scoring Schaefer Baillies trooped along and rapped a hot liner through the shortstop bringing in Stevens Catcher Asplund made an error scoring Clifford then Secore singled and Frank Jacquart drove Home Baillies and Secore with another Sharp rap giving Ironwood five runs and Jive hits Ash lands single tally was Madi in the ninth inning Nord singled Asplund grounded out Stev ens to Mills Stord going to third on the play Johnson singled past first base and nerd came across the rub Ber with Ash lands Lone score the following tables Tell the Story of the Fame b n x b Schaefer 111 30 0 Stevens 110 14 0 Clifford 20 0 Baillies 100 12 0 Secore 110 10 1 for Jacquart 020 00 0 Richards Oil 81 0 Mills 0 0 0 10 1 0 Sundell 000 13 0 total 31 5 8 2 27 11 1 it a b Binsfield 010 13 0 Nord 110 11 1 Asplund 0 0 0 42 1 Pufall 000 10 0 Johnson 0 1 0 13 1 0 Tollers 000 21 1 Weiss 000 31 0 Sidlo 000 0 2 0 Foster 000 26 0 total 30 1 3 0 27 17 3 0000000 0000000 first base on Sundell 2 off Foster 1 two base hits Clifford struck out by Sundell 7 by Foster 3 double plays Foster to Johnson to Binsfield Stevens to Mills to Richards passed balls Asplund 1 Rains delay Road building the extremely wet weather of the past five weeks has greatly Handicap Ped the Road builders not Only has county work supervisor Ormes states that grading is impossible under present conditions on the Mayreni Schlake go Gebic Road practically All of the Timber has been Cut on the right Otway however and the stumps removed for about seven Miles a Little Over four Miles of grading has been done Oxnam Sutherland have All of the Timber Cut on the new Highway to Mercer and about half of the grading is finished about a mile of the new county High Way Between Ironwood and Bessemer remains to be macadamia de saturday september 9th begins the second week of our great sacrifice and reduction Sale of i m a m new fall and Winter merchandise 70 More cases of fall and Winter merchandise received that we had contracted for last Spring for fall delivery and Are obliged to accept to carry out our contract our los your gain we cannot carry the goods and must sacrifice them in order to reduce the Stock we have made preparations to take care of the Large num Ber that packed our store during the first week of our Sale do not miss this Opportunity Davis Fehr it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it Jet k for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain floor finish a it makes old floors look like new it makes Pine floors look like Hardwood it produces an artistic finish on All Woods it is not Allec Ted 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 g oods we carry the largest and Best line of 2 base Ball goods in the City reach official base balls the famous and Wagner bats the much talked of j Duck foot Glove and All others the Best goods for the lowest Price of is our motto of Anton Michaeli s 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank Ujj it Best 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 1o Bast Murod ave

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