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Ironwood News Record (Newspaper) - September 16, 1911, Ironwood, Michigan 1ronwood news record volume 26 number 29 Mon Wood go Gebic county Michigan saturday september 16 1911 per year in Advance fancy Hyslop crab apples Michigan peaches and pears Rockyford melons Sweet potatoes Ripe tomatoes Sweet Corn Concord grapes California Wax Beans Sullivan Koumbes 444444444444444444444444 m to it tic to to to to y w to to to of Good news i always a Welcome visitor even so is the letter or note writ ten on cranes Linen Lawn carrying the essentials of Good taste and Correct k f form with the message w it 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 Crane Imhee Beautiful writing papers we cordially invite your inspection m f Mccabe co druggists w w t Al w w i earn 3 per cent interest deposited at our savings department will have the Protection of a National Bank with a capital surplus and stockholders liability of will keep you from want should re verses come will make you Happy and Independent Start your account or add to it today i Orebic National Bank Ironwood Mich the Dawn of dollars int always a ten even in insurance its a reality Many a time have we said Cash on surrender of policies where a loss has occurred when least expected our policy hold ers rest secure in absolute certainty that in Case of fire our policies protect h m Erickson of Tolo tiiki01c doors from o fifty go to colleges Large number of Ironwood Young people will attend higher educational institutions about fifty Ironwood students i attend colleges and higher institution of learning during the coming schoo year a larger number than Ever before in the history of the City Many o the Young people have already departed and by the end of the month Al will have started for the cities ii which their colleges Are situated the following is a list of the student and names of the educational institutions that they will attend University of Michigan Annar Harry Bay Sigurd Nelson Dennis Donovan Louis Mark Byron Brogan Henry Seaborg Medicine Hayes Kelly engineering berber Jussen Rhinehart thalner Stanard Bergquist Harold Hedin literary George Peterson Nels Nicholson All got Johnson Treffley Bartlett dental John Drazkowski business administration Arthur Schneider Michigan agricultural College Lan Gribble Henry Davies Northern Normal College mar Bond Lily Champion St Thomas College St Geary state Normal College Oshkosh Genevieve Mullen Cora Arthur Hilda Olson Esther Grant state Normal College Maud Slade Mary Mclean Hilda Swanbeck Tekla Anderson College of mines Abeel Marquette University Milwaukee Robert Mullen University of Wisconsin Abner Holmberg Carroll College Mcnanara Lloyd Owen St Norbert College John Harrington John Boyle Lake Forest Seminary Lake Forest Stevens Green Bay business Monroe Smith College Skud kindergarten training school Chi Bergquist Art Institute Erickson Law Froebel kindergarten training school Johnstone Washington state horticultural Dick Ferris Institute big brie Larson bachelors and Benedicts today Liis afternoon at the bachelors and Benedicts will meet in their an Nual titanic struggle for the base Ball supremacy the contest promises to be the Best exhibition of our National pastime seen on our local Diamond in years the managers of their respective aggregations Promise Many thrillers and special features the Benedicts absolutely guarantee to present their famous midget out consisting of Wells Curry and Blackhurst at some stage of the game Josiah Thomas is the unanimous Choice of All concerned forum Pire Early this week a petition was circulated by friends of Matt Fitzsimmons for the arbiters position in order to allow no partiality it was decided to adopt the double Umpire system and that the Thomas Fitz Simmons combination will give Satis faction is generally conceded the Jame being for the worthy purpose of swelling the baseball associations und for a new grandstand moral and financial support is necessary so come out Root for your favourites and see a rattling Good game admission 25 cents ladies free last Ball game tomorrow probably the last game of the season will be played on the Ironwood grounds sunday afternoon when the City team will go against a picked nine of Ironwood Hurley and Bessemer players the receipts will be for the grandstand fund and the makeup of the pick ups should insure an unusually interesting contest heres the kind of a lineup Sam Walker will pit against the regulars Jaresky and Gustafson pitchers Trevarthen bes Semer Catcher Chenore first base Olson second Secore third Trevarthen Bessemer shortstop Clifford Cen Ter Field Bob Johnson Mollard Archambeau Shea Banfield fielders and subs no expense is attached to the game and the entire proceeds will go to the grandstand fund first football today the first football game of the sea son will be played this afternoon on Longyear Field Between the alumni and High school elevens the game will be held Early so that everyone May attend the Bachelor Benedict Ball game prospects for a winning team Are usually Bright at the High school this year Taft Day program elaborate arrangements being made of presidents visit to Marquette elaborate arrangements Are Bein completed for the reception and entertainment of president Taft in mar Quette on sept 1920 and the plan Are now so Forward As to warrant prediction that it will be one of the most successful affairs of the Kin Ever held in the upper Peninsula president Taft and his party Wil arrive in their special train of seven coaches shortly before Midnight on the 19th coming to Marquette from the Soo the formal program i not begin until the next morn ing when the president will be taken on an automobile ride through the City and to Presque Isle in the cite proper the automobiles will travel a a Speed of less than ten Miles an hour so that All will have an Opportunity to see the president and wave Greet Ings to him the speaking will occur at Oclock at Guild Hall Field in the mos1 Beautiful residence part of town a ten minutes walk from the business District where a tent 150x200 feet Square feet of ground will be spread and under which the addresses will be made the capacity of the tent is estimated at people and As Many More can gather in the open and see and hear the pres ident As the sides of the Canvas will be raised at 1 Oclock the president will be the guest of Honor at a luncheon at Baraga auditorium of the 300 seat now arranged for seventy Tive have been reserved for guests from Points outside Marquette county and they May now be reserved by application to Morgan w Jopling treasurer of he committee enclosing a remittance of the charge per plate for this function the Calumet Hecta orches tra will furnish the music president Taft and other distinguished guests vill respond to toasts Marquette is arranging for the most Complete decorations Ever put up in his part of the state special committees have been delegated with the ask of arranging to feed All visitors and ample provisions will be made for taking care of the largest crowd that can come to the City death by another Pioneer the people of Ironwood were pained when it became known that Patrick Lanley one of the Pioneer residents of the City had passed away at his iome 242 West Aurora Street last sunday afternoon while the infirm ties of old age had confined him to is Home the greater part of the time n recent years lie was Well known to he older residents and word of his death was received with feelings of deepest sorrow Patrick Hanley was native of Ireland being born there m sept 10 1822 it will be noted hat his passing occurred on the High ninth anniversary of his birth he ame to America when a Young Man and had been a resident of the upper Peninsula for about sixty years com no to Ironwood from Hancock in 885 he resided in the Copper coun by for More than thirty years he is survived by the widow four sons and to daughters the latter being Jerry and Patrick Hanley Hibbing Imichael of Proctor mrs will am Furlong and mrs Kate Waller Libbing Timothy Hanley Ironwood the funeral was held tuesday morn no services being conducted by the lev ii a Buchholtz at St Ambrose 3hutch interment was made at Riverside to get the newest fashions in millinery on account of our big reduction ale the millinery department has ome in for a very Large share of this increased business due to our sex client selection of popular priced oods our sales have been larger than ver in that department miss Kathyn 1 Bartlett is therefor compelled o go to the Market for More goods and leaves saturday night sept 1g or a weeks visit among the largest wholesale houses in Chicago Gage Brothers d b Fisk co and Ddson Keith co it is her Intel Ion to obtain the very latest ideas so he can give her patrons the Best Cre tons that the Market oilers at this Ime it was miss Bartlett idea to Nake this As late As possible for the appearance of the most up Odate Tyles which will prevail during the Vinter season As the Early fail season Oes not give this much sought for Opportunity this will give us considerable later ideas for our grand millinery opening which will occur ept 28 29 30 Davis Fehr work to Start on car line f d Sullivan informs the news record that work on the interurban in line will be started next week laying of track will begin at Long ear Street in the City of Bessemer free blocks East of the main Street and the work will be carried Westward awards Ironwood until cold weather events further operations 3 w last announcement of our great september sacrifice and reduction Sale Avail yourself of the Opportunity As you have but a few Days left in which to do so Bear in mind this is not a Sale of the past years accumulation of old unseasonable Mer Chandise but new you must have for the fast approaching cold sea son now is the time to provide your self with fall and Winter necessities now has the same purchasing Power As will have later Davis Fehr t it it it it it it r it r it it it for floors furniture Woodwork use Rogers stain floor finish As it makes old doors look like new it makes Pine floors 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 Oscar idling Mcleod ave base Bali goods we carry the largest and Best line of base Ball goods in the City reach official base balls the famous and Wagner bats r the much talked of Ujj Duck foot Glove and All others the Best goods for the lowest Price is our motto 2 i Anton Michaeli Ujj 109 Suffolk Street opposite Peoples Bank Ujj 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 phone 23

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