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Iron County Miner from Hurley, Wisconsin • 5

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Iron County Mineri
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Hurley, Wisconsin
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5
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IT PIONEER RESIDENT PASSES ft Mr. and Zeppenf ield of Iron-wood, are the parents of a daughter, born at St. Joseph's hospital, Ashland, on Wednesday. Mrs. Zeppenf eld was formerly Miss Frances Bruno.

Thomas Morris, One of Hurley's First Settlers, Succumbs to Infirmities of Old Age r- v--- Thomas Morris, one of the pioneer fLESo the office has acquired a highly technical skill as result of long experience," Governor Kohler said. Governor Kohler points out that before abandoning the state issuance of automobile licenses it would be well to study a plan to simplify the procedure and he suggests a legislative interim committee on this subject. Governor Kohler points out that if the change is recommended by ah interim committee it can be enacted with only one year's delay. residents of the range and one of the first men to set a foot on what is Veto Axe Kills Auto License Bill Automobile licenses will continue to be issued by the state. Governor Kohler on Wednesday vetoed the Eastman bill which would have turned automobile registration over to counties.

Governor Kohler declared that the state now has an efficient system of distributing licenses. He points out that there were about 800,000 automobiles in Wisconsin in 1928 and that the fees collected amounted to The cost of collection was $632,000, a little less than six per cent. now known as the city of Hurley, A woodsman named Andrew Olson, who made his home in this vicinity for a number of years, died at one of the Ironwood hospitals on Monday evening, following an attack of pneumonia. Hewas 49 years of age and has no known relatives. Funeral services were conducted at the Charbonneau morgue on Thursday afternoon and interment followed in the Hurley cemetery.

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fr passed away at the family home early last Thursday morning. 'He had been in poor health for several months and the debilities of old age was the cause of death. Deceased was 72 years of age and was born at Mayville, Nov. 25, 1856. He came tfhis range first in the year 1880, several years before active mining operations and explorations were under way and for several years served as a mail and supplies carrier, carrying mail from where the mouth of the Black river enters Lake Superior to the various hahileta then on the range.

Later when mining explorations opened he helped explore the region in the vicinity of Bessemer, and Wakefield. He was also employed as a timber estimator anj land looker and was said to have been familiar with every forty of land in Iron county. For a number of years he was engaged in the livery stable business here, being associated with T. S. Harrington, now of Madison.

He served as town clerk of the 'old town of Vaughn for; a number of yers and was acting as town clerk when Hurley was incorporated as a city. nam than usual this. year, we have provided a liberal display of needed utensils, pricing most of them at less than usual prices so that you can is Another hearing in the Dominic Frederico deportation charges was held at the court house on Wednesday before Harry Wilcox of Duluth, district immigration officer. A numbei of defense witnesses appeared and gave testimony as to the character of Frederico. With the taking of defense testimony the hearing has been practically completed and all of the testimony ill be forwarded to the department of labor at Washington, where it will be reviewed by the immigration commission.

It is expected that at least six months will elapse before a decision in the case is rendered by the immigration department. Vjf i i HURLEY, WISCONSIN Hours 9 to Saturdays 9 to 12 afford fto buv those vou need. 7 I IN rr.U 1930 Auto Plates, JJlack and Gray ft 1 I 1111 The secretary of state sends this llkv (oHI)-Aihr7 Depository for United States, State, County, Cities, Towns, Schools, Etc. Member of the Federal Reserve System 3 PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS, THREE, SIX AND TWELVE MONTHS, COMPUTED SEMI-ANNUALLY, JULY AND JANUARY mm He is survived by his Wife, five I 1 KujuvvVirci-NiUl La note to prospective automobile buyers in Wisconsin. Thf 1930 license plates will be pearl gray with black numbers.

The new plates will be longer than the green and white of 1929, because additional length is said to permit greater visibility as to figure "HERE TO SATISFY daughters, Mrs. Thos. Fallon of Spokane, Mrs. Harold Carson of Mrs. Sybeldon of Hurley, Mrs.

George Isaac of Mercer, and Mrs. Anna Kleinsteber of Racine, two sons, Jphn and Marion Morris of Hurley and a sister, Mrs. Jos. Summers, also of Hurley. Funeral services were conducted on Saturday morning at j9 o'clock from St.

Mary's church, Rev. P. F. Meyer officiating and interment followed in the Hurley cemetery. He was a member of St Joheph's Court, Catholic Order of Foresters, six members of which organization, James Meade, E.

J. EARLING, President C. II. SEALY, Asst. Cashier E.

S. HAGEN, Vice-Pres. Cashier M. V. YOUNG, Asst.

Cashier DIRECTORS-MARION F. EEID L. DICK E. W. ADAMS E.

J. EARLING CLARENCE H. SEALY JOHN C. KYLE EDWARD S. HAGEN Atorift People You limoiv Upson Girl at State Fair Contest Miss Olga Huber of Upson, who won the county spelling, 'arithmetic and achievement contest' here last May, is representing Iron county in the state contest this week at the Wisconsin state fair being held in Milwaukee.

Miss Alice Jackson, county supervising teacher, accompanied Miss Huber to Milwaukee, where she will attend i Bits of cal Information Concerning Our People, Business and I A Progress in the County and Town S7 IfljiSjl1 Frank Nolan, Patrick O'Hara, Peter Murphy, T. F. Egan and Henry Meade, acted as pall bearers. a state gathering of supervising teach Mr. and Mrs.

Warren B. Foster motored to Superior and return on Monday. Miss Betty Ergstrom of Park Falls, is a guest at ti Marion Reid home this week. ers at which John Callahan, state Relatives and friends from away superintendent of schools, will pre- sme. If You Would Win the Game The rotogravure section of last Sunday's Milwaukee Journal contained Raymond Bunday of Brookings, S.

spent the week-end here, a guest at the James Hoye- home. Miss Grace S'eamens returned on Saturday evening from a week's visit with friends in 1-hiluth. who came here Ho attend the funeral were: Mrs. S. S.

Neal and Mrs. Carl Krause of Ogdensberg, Mrs. Boet-zer of EauClaire, Anton and John Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thompson of Whitehall, Wis.

the pictures of 54 of the 60 juvenile champions who are this week appearing in the state contest. Frank Egkn returned on Saturdav to Milwaukee, after a month's visit here with his father, T. F. Egan. Charles Odorizi, who is employed in Chicago is home for visit of several weeks with his parents.

Mr: and Mrs. lLouis Wudi are now occupying their home on Maple street, which wa3 recently completed. J. B. Seamens returned Sunday Start Drive Against Bums, Vags Chief of Police George Rubatt and members of the police department this week a drive against numerous bums and 'vagrants who And so it is in the game of life we must morning from a month's business trip to unjcago and New York.

hit the ball hard every working day to win. have made Hurley and vicinity their Frank Reardon is home from Lan headquarters during the past summer. Ten men were arraigned in Mrs. George (palvetti and children departed on Satbrday evening for a visit with relatives and friends in sing, for a visit with his Bar Even then you are not winning the game if you are not saving a part of your earnings, ents, Mr. and Mrs.

J. F. Reardon, county court on Wednesday morning Chicago. and another squad madetheir appearance on Thursday metaling. All were Mr.

and Mrs. Kimball CAarlr awd must lay aside a certain sum for a rainy children will arrive "here on Friday from their home at. Oshknsh fnr i Miss Anna Nec.hak leaves this (Thursday) jtor Bronxville, N. arraigned on the charge of being vagrants and six of them were sentenced to the county jail for five days on a day to win in the end. A savings account is week-end visit at the Dr.

F. G. Van- where she has btjen engaged to teach btratum home. school this year. the easiest way of building this fund.

Come The city board of review at a meet Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Emunson re PUSH PROBE ON $500 ASSEMBLY BRIBE STORY Madison, Wis.

-Further -inquiry is to be made by the senate committee probing lobbying activities into a report that a price of $500 was proposed to- have a bill withdrawn from the legislature." The testimony was given by Joseph Poehlmann, Milwaukee baking company head, yesterday. He said he had been told that Assemblyman Charles Lacy's bill for a tax on malt syrup and- malt extracts would be withdrawn if $500 were paid to "those fellows." Mr. Poehlmann said he came to Madison to argue against the bill but that because of a full calendar the matter was not reached that day. He said he met a man named Kin-sella" in the committee room, who he knew slightly. Kinsella, Poehlmann told the committee, said to him: "Those fellows are looking for some money, if you can get $500 for them they will withdraw the bill." The bill afterwards was withdrawn and returned to the author, Mr.

Lacy. When interviewed, following Mr. Poehlmann's testimony, Mr. Lacy asserted he had withdrawn the bill because his anti-prohibition district, he discovered, was against it and because in today arid discuss this very important ing this week adjourned un'il Friday, turned on Sunday from a week's motor trip to St. Paul, Prairie du Chien bep ember 13th, when it is expected he work of copyincr the assessment and Chippewa alls.

bread and water diet. Two of those. arrested, John Morrison of North Ironwood, and William O'Brien of Ironwood, better known as "Billy the Bo," were bound over to the circuit court under the habitual criminal act and both may draw sentences to the state penitentiary at Waupun. Both men have appeared in county court oh numerous occasions during the past few years on various, charges. roll will be all completed.

Mr. and Mrs A. F. Collins and children returned on Sunday from a matter with us no obligation. THE STRONGEST BANK IN IRON COUNTY Iron Exchange Bank Mrs.

Mabel Morgan and daughter week's outing, Ipent at the Duffy Margaret of Knightstown, Indiana, spent several davs here during the cottaee on Starl lake. week visiting old friends. Mrs. Mor gan is a former teacher in the Hur ley schools. Oldest Bank on the Gogebic RangeEstablished 1885 Capital and Surplus, $113,000.00 Mr.

and Mrs. $Gr. L. North of Milwaukee, are expected to arrive here on Saturday for -a two weeks' visit at the home of Dr. and Mrs.

F. G. Van-Stratum. I Mrs. William Hartman and daugh ter Dorothy of Macomb, visited with old friends here during the past week.

Mrs. Hartman was formerly 5 uiara Donaldson and a number of years ago taught in the schools at he learned an uncle of his was in the malt business. Montreal. Mrs. Fred Scott and son Robert Miss Mary Dilflio returned on Sunday evening to (Chicago where she is employed, after having spent two weeks here with her parents, Mr.

and Irs. Jos. DiUliil Mr. nd Mrs-. eorge Reed of Woodruff, are parent of a son, born on Thursday morni ig of last week at the home of Mr and Mrs.

Dan En-drizzi, parents Mrs Reed. Airport at E. Luoma Farm Along with other numerous activities; the: members; of the Northland Sports Club have now taken it upon themselves to provide the territory adjacent to Hurley with an adequate airport. The club "this week signed a five year lease to take over a plat of on "he farm of Elias Luoma, one and a half miles west of Hurley, near the Becker corner on U. S.

highway 2 and convert it into an airport. Much work has already been done on the field and it is expected that within a few days the work will be completed so that almost any plane will be able to land -safely on the field. The field will contain two runways, east and west, and north and south, the runways being 150 feet wide and She: "Bill plays golf awfully well, don't you think?" He: "He has to; he makes a bad of Duluth, and Miss Nellie Shean and brother Joseph of Gilbert, liar." returned on Wednesday to their re pectlve homes after a short visit at the Harry LaFave home. They were summoned to Ironwood the" fore part of the week to attend the funeral of a relative. Mr.

and Mrs. Albert LaMarche have as their guests i Mr. and Mrs. John Dow of Wenatch Wash. They will remain here for- several weeks.

Mrs. Dow is a sister cf Mrs. LaMarche. Tho QZgJL Stars TRY THIS REFRESHING RUB-DOWN TODAY! Members of the Hurlev and Iron- wood Kiwanis Clubs held a- joint about 1,500 feet long. Later in the fall itis expected that a beacon light meeting at the St.

James hotel on Tuesday evening at which Harrison Miss Leola Stcne here this week will be established at the field, also pennants that will call the attention S. Wood of Racine, district governor, from Chicago foil; a visit at the home and Grover Miller, also of Racine, dis of passing planes to the field. trict secretary of the Wisconsin-Upper of Mrs. Albert Stone. Miss Stone has accepted a teaching position in the schools of Chicago for this year.

Ernest Brack of the Cary location, who has been here all summer with Michigan Kiwanis district were guests. Both men made short addresses to the club members. In Time of Peace PREPARE FOR a small Waco plane, is now using this field as a landing place for his plane. Mr. and Mrs.

Jszno Erspamer and Vti r. WAR! children will leave on Sunday morn A Mrs. Paul Mehnert entertained six ing on a week's iotor trip to Delavan, tables at bridge at her home on Sat and Chicago. Mr. and Mrs.

Ers Arrest Chicken Thieves James Murray, a lumberjack, and William Carlson of the Norrie-loca urday afternoon in honor of Mrs. pamer plan to place their son Emmet in a private scl pol at Delavan and tion, Ironwood, were arrested on Mon Clarence E. Kohl of Glencoe, Ills. The home was prettily decorated with then motor on Chicago for a stay of several days. summer flowers for the occasion and a delicious luncheon was served the guests.

Honors for high scores were awarded to Mrs. Henry Inch "and Mrs. eid, Mrs. Marion F. Id Connors, Miss E.

B. Williams and the honor guest was presented with a gift. Mrs." Daniel I Reid, Mrs. Hart; Janet Reid and entertained at the Daniel Reid honor of Mrs. served from 3 guests from Hu; Mrs.

Ray Schomisch afternoon tea- at home on Monday in feris Reid. Tea was You no doubt know that this applies to your coal bin. By preparing for winter now you will save considerable money arid you will be ready for those cool nights that come so unexpectedly. Prices are lower at this time of the year. What greater incentive would you want? A phone call will bring your order for coal.

Iron Go. Lbr. Fuel Go. GIBBONS Proprietors COAL, WOOD AND BUILDING MATERIAL PHONE 276-W Hurley, Wisconsin 5 o'clock to many day by local officers on the charge of entering the chicken coop of Roy Allen and stealing 27 chickens. The theft occurred on Sunday evening.

The two men were arraigned in county court on Tuesday and plead guilty to the charge and were bound over to the circuit court for trial. They have expressed a willingness to appear before Judge Risjord at Ashland and plead guilty and probably will be taken to Ashland on Friday or Saturday. Seven of the stolen chickens had been sold to a man named Miles Hamilton, who was arraigned in county court on Monday morning on the charge of purchasing stolen property. The charge against Hamilton was dismissed on the payment of costs and ley and Ironwood. One Pint After a hard day at work or play rub your tired and lame muscles with PURETEST Rubbing Alcohol.

You'll feel like a new person. Sold only at your Rexall Drug Store, White tlross Mrs. Frank Kolan received word on Tuesday of the death of her sis The Ladies Aid Society of' St. Mary's church will hold an ice cream social in the basement of the church on Thursday afternoon and evening of this week. Ice cream, cake, coffee and sandwiches will be served from 3 to 8 p.

m. The hostesses will be Mrs. Harry LaFave, Mrs. N. LaFave, Mrs.

Clarence LaFaye, Mrs. Albert LaMarche, Mrs. Landry, Mrs. Ed Lubi, Mrs. Louis Lopez, Mrs.

Chas. McCauley, Mrs. Ffed Mayheu, Mrs. Peter Murphy, Mrs. Patrick Murphy and Mrs.

A. Mosells. ter, Mrs. Mary Cur tin, at Milwaukee Deceased was 75 years of age and was a pioneer of that city. Funeral survices will be conducted in Phariniacy Milwaukee on Friday morning, inter ment to follow in Holy Cross ceme Ray L.

Schoniisch, Prop. the sum of $3 for each chicken pur tery in that city. chased by him..

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