1901-04-18; Clare Sentinel
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Glare Established 1878. OLARE, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 18, 1901, New Series: Vol. 9, ";No.r2I 1 '■ Happening,! New Advertisements, Jame** O'Connor, groceries, Uaumgarth Bros., drygoods, clothing Carlson & Russell, bazaar. D, Ward, hardware. ?*.. f Daty & Co., dry goods, clothing. > C. L. Dolph of Temple was here Tuesday. Be sure and plant a tree April 26, Arbor Day.; E. E\ Wilson was down from Harrison Saturday. .*£■'_ A barn is being built on tbe M. E, • parsonage lot, W. S. Cooley went to Evart on bus- "#ness Tuesday, S. A. Wilson of Harrison was in tbe ■City Wednesday. Mrs, Rosamond Beebe left Wednesday for Petoskey. ° Wm. Ripley has retired from the restaurant business. %eorge Cummins of Harrison was in the city Wednesday. Mrs. John McDonald of Temple was - iu tbe city this week. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cornwell visited ia Farweli last week. Mrs. Burt Williams, nee Maud Whit- )t,. Bide, was in the city Saturday. Senator Doherty was up from Lansing the latter part of last week. JS< Bicknellleft Monday for Detroit, -Cleveland and Toledo on business. A woodshed is being erected on Will Hump's lot, west State street. Arthur Whitside has been released ,. iiova quarantine and is again in school. J. F. Tatman has a 'phone now at his store—ask central for number 76. .£. Gov. Bliss has issued a proclamation '^ designating Friday, April 26, as Arbor Pay, • The small buy and the rattling marbles are much in evidence these day3. -**1 Rev. T. D. Denman of North Star is the guest of Rev. A. G. Barclay this .week. ■■ Messrs. Ronson and Birdsall of ^Evart were in Clare on business last J riday. Mrs. J. Hornung of Mt. Pleasant visited her sister, Mrs. E. H. Waller, Honday. . The water main on west Fifth street- sprung aleak Saturday, but was soon, repaired. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lee on •i-Sunday, a baby girl, Dr. Gray in attendance. W. J. Hutchison arriyed in the city Tuesday morning and will remain for '&:. a few days. Born Tuesday evening to Mr. and Mrs. J. Hickey, a boy baby, Dr. Lamb attending. * Commencement programs, tbe finest we have seen, at this offlce. Call and see samples. tf . R. G.. Fisher is moving his family into the house owned by Sam Gray on State street. * Mrs. A, Purdy and children returned from Alba Monday, They intend to liye here. C. B". Babcock, who has been work* v ing near Sudourg, Ontario, returned home recently. Carpenters are busy this week adding improvements to the house of Mrs, A. Mooney. Mis. D. Jft. Wait of Farweli was in the city Monday, guest of her daugh- •$Slr, Mrs. R. G. Wait. Mrs. Rose Reger, who has been visiting in Illinois, returned to her home j» Sheridan last week. Dr. Gray reports the birth of twins, 3, boy and a girl, to Mr. and Mrs. Uimer Miller of Sheridap. Archie Lowry is very ill at his home jf, jiorth of. the city, suffering from an acute attack of rheumatism. ■-^•Boy Sutherland is home from the Agricultural college, and will not reenter before next September. ISaw awnings on the stores of J. L, Welch, J. F. Tatman, C..J. Stone, B. JJ. Waller and George Halstead. Misses Minnie Lansing and Mel ?lna ■GWss* Winterfleld township teachers, ■returned to their schools Saturday. ■A, Fred Welch, Clarence Fishley and jBen Adams left Monday for Chicago ■ i -where they expect to join the navy. E, B. Gorr's house, east Fifth street, is being repaired and otherwise Improved. D, J. Fox is doing the work. Mr. and Mrs. Murney Bell spent Sunday with his parents in Fostoria. Mrs. Bell remained for a week's visit. An addition to be used as a summer kitcheu is being erected to Mrs. Patience's residence, east Sixth street. Grant De Foe went to Tustin this week where he will be employed selling farm implements for Wed. Tolan. Misses Mae Alger and Myrtle Halstead and Messrs. A. D. Mauley and J. Grigway drove to Mt, Pleasant Sunday. We have lust been informed why Fred Hudson did not vote on election day, April 1, a baby girl arrived that day. Fred Lee moved wi th his family to Clare last week, tbey having resided in Sheridan township for several years' L. E. Davy left for Evart Tuesday to assist in invoicing the immense stock they recently purchased of Mark Ardis. Mrs. Stella Loomis and family of east Sixth street started Tuesday for Montana where her son has a large ranch. The sermon Sunday morning at the Baptist church will be in rnemoiy of Miss Ella Harris whose death occurred March 6. Mrs. J. Piper and son and Jos. Lowry arrived in the city from Marion Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends. Miss Grace Burri]! gave a farewell party Monday evening at her home, east Sixth street, in honor of Frank Feighner. T. S. Dorsey found the need of a 'phone during his recent quarantine so has had one put iu his residence. TSfumber 73. H. P. Hubel was recently appointed alderman in place of Dr. J. W, Dunlop- who resigned from the board to accept mayorality. J. R, Hess went to Indiana recently looking for a market for potatoes. He will commence buying for shipment next Monday. John Emery of Hatton township sowed his spring crop of oats and peat- last Saturday. This is the earliest sowing we have heard of. 0. P. Louch of Manistee will move with bis family to this city in the near future and will occupy their own home on east State street. W. P. Lewis is having a foundation put under his house, corner Seventh and Main streets, and after making extensive repairs will occupy it. A. J. Doherty & Sons will apen up their hardware store in their warehouse near P. M, track Until repairs are made at their regular location. Malcolm Feighner, who has charge of E. A. Derby's racket stock at Reed City, spent Sunday at the home of bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Feighner. W. T. Davies returned from Crystal this morning and is about to close jout his stock here having decided to quit the iewelry business and move to Crystal. Mrs. E. G, Welch received a letter from Mrs. Mark B. Christ, nee Miss Anna Field, of New York, which announced the birth recently of a nine pouDd girl. Mrs. L. T. Olds and daughter, Mrs. E. H. DeVogt, were called to Ovid Tuesday on account of the death of F. H. Mix. Mrs. Nix is a daughter of Mrs. Olds. Mrs. Shoecraft and children are this week moving into the house recently vacated by Mrs. Loomis, and Mrs. Erhart wiil occupy tbe one vacated by Mrs. Shoecraft. Mrs. E. E. Bracy aud daughter, Leah, of Harrison were the guests of Dr. and Mrs. Lamb Monday, while en route to visit friends in Farweli and Thompsonville, Dr. and Mrs. F..0. Northey arrived in the city last Saturday from Nashville, Tenn, They will remain for some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. DeVogt. Alois Henn has moved his harness shop to more spacious quarters, now occupying the rooms formerly owned by Thomas De Gez, west Fourth street next to Central hotel. Charlie Ross started for Loraine, Ohio, Tuesday. He will visit for a time at Milford and Fenton and Wil* then go to Loraine where he expects to secure employment. Charley Kane returned home Monday after having spent the past vear in the west, visiting San Francisco, Seattle and numerous other places, He "will spend the summer here. P. H. Kelley, for seyeral years superintendent of schools at Mt. Pleasant, was recently appointed member of "the state board or education. Mr. Kelley is npw practicing law in Detroit. Ladles, as it is about house cleaning time you will want your lace curtains cleaned and made to look like new. Call at the Pearl Steam Laundry and get prices as we have special facilities for laundering them. 20 3 Frank Westcott, deputy internal revenue collector of the fifth district, was in the city yesterday. He informs us that hereafter bonds of state, county, township and municipal officers will not require revenue stamps- The Pere Marquette company has issued a small booklet containing the name and population of eyery town in the lower peninsula of Michigan. Send 2-cent\Stamp to H. F, Moeller, G. P. A., Detroit, and the book will be sent vou by return mail, Tuesday afternoon Otis Halstead started for Seattle, Washington, where he has offered him a position in a bank, which, if he is suited with it, he will accept. On the same train Fiank Feighner left for Viilisca, Iowa, where he will be employed on the Viilisca Review. This week we received from our esteemed friend, Miss Matie McKinley, a journal of the Woman's- Missionary Conference held au Bengal, and in which Matie takes an important part. She also sends a copy of the Indian Daily Telegraph, -published at Luck- now. Coming from the source these periodicals do, they are highly interesting. Mrs. A. Brownson and son, Frank, gave a dinner Sunday In honor of Otis Halstead and his young gentleman friends. Otis wiil be missed from society circles in our city where he has been a leading member, and he will be missed generally by a host of friends and acquaintances for his genial and obliging ways have won many friends for him. Without a doubt one of the few happiest men in the city is Dr. J. A. Reeder. He buys the very best cigars and his face is especially radiant the past few days. Upon inquiring as to the cause for this, we learn that on Sunday he became father of a little nine-pound Reeder. It's a boy, and they say he looks very much like his papa. Congratulations, doctor. The settlement between the insurance companies and the losers in the recent flre has at last been completed quite satisfactorily, excepting ou the hardware stock of A, J. Doherty & Sons and tUe opera house. This will be adjusted later. The amounts agreed upon are as follows: Bank building. $1,008; bank furniture, $129; Doherty building, $842; A. J. Lacy, $225; 0. W. Perry, $243; the other losers, G, E. Benner, C. H. O'Donald and Dr. G. E. Lamb, carried no insurance. The available grazing land in Arthur township is fast being taken up. Quite recently the Saginaw Beef Co. purchased more than 600 acres and are now, under management of L. W. Sunday, inclosing same with Page fence. Mr. Sunday will have charge of the ranch and will continue to buy cattle aud sheep for the firm, which he will keep at the ranch until thev are wanted in Saginaw. This is excellent land, good clay bottom, and tbe north brapch of the Tobacco crossing it, makes it a very desirable place to graze. The grazing land in Olare county is fast being fenced and will doubtless all be enclosed in the not distant future, The fire alarm sounded Tuesday evening about half past eight. It was found that the building just north of the Sentinei, offlce was on flre. The prompt action of our excellent flre department soon extinguished the flames and the damage will reach not more than fifty dollars. Before this flre was extinguished the alarm was again turned in. This time.it was for a flre in the rear of J. F. Tatman's store. Every indication shows that both buildings .were set on flre, a bottle in which kerosene had been being found between this office and the building just north. The work was probably' done by boys, '• and evidences point pretty strongly to a pair who will in the future be closely watched, and if strong enough evidence can be produced arrests will follow. It seems nothing hut the desire to be desperate would induce a boy to set these last four fires, and should he stop to think that fifteen or twenty years behind stolte walls and iron bars may be his if he is found guilty, it seems the torch would not be further applied by him. The State Board of Health held its regular, annual meeting Friday, April 12, at Lansing, Hon. Frank Wells of uri Our new spring showing of Cotton Shirt Waist-e, ;a very extensive variety, are now on sale. They -were selected from the lines of several of the bes>t makes on the market and represent the newest ideas in styles, fabrics and colors. In point of make, fit and Ifim-sk these garments are par excellence. White Lawn Wasts $1-00 to $2.25 Colored Waists. - 50cto$t.25 A few of last season's waists to close out at half jpriee. wss ?® (Suiis Several new Styles added to our lines last week in all wool Venetians and Coverts in Blouse and '-Eton styles at $9,00 to $16.50. Special Values—$ton Suits in Blue, Black and Castor all wool Venetians at $7.50 <?r, vr@$s Of new designs for Spring and Summer. Fine Ginghams, newest patterns and colors, per.yd, 10c Fine Ginghams with white dimity, stripes, all new shades, per yard 18c Best 36-inch percales, new lace effect, per yard 12-lc , Plain Colored Dimities per yard 15c Satin stripe Dimities per yard 25c Pongees & Foulards—Exact copies, in fine mercerized •cotton cloths, of the high priced Silk fabrics'at about one-quarter their prices, per yard 35c &@ns The very newest ideas in Ladies' Spring and Summer Wraps. A sample line is on sale here for a few -days.' New line of Ladies' Silk Capes $2.00 to $5.00. Boys' Extra Heavy, Wide Bibbed Cotton Hose, .fast, black, all sizes, per pair 15c. Heavy Granite Carpets, 5 styles, per yard 25c Union Ingrains, new patterns, 35c to 50e All Wool Ingrains 50c \q 65c Velvet and Axminster Carpets by samples—-the largest line in the city, $1,00 to $1.20 per yard including sewing. in W//®m'$ wm Fast Black Seamless Sox 3 pairs for 25o Extra Quality Seamless Sox, black or tan, 2 prs. for 25c Extra Heavy Cotton Sox 4 pairs for 25c Heavy Black and White Striped OvershirtB, double front and back, worth 50c, at 42c Special Values in Men's Summer Underwear 25c and 50c *\ PaVy & Company EVer-jthii)g to Wear at LoWest Prices. ,/WY EASTER OPENING- Was-a complete success, but as I purchased the largest millinery stock ever brought to Clare county, 1 still haye left a fine display of hats. . These must be .sold even, at- a Great Sacrifice. Call early and get prices. I have the agency for strictly Made to Measure Ladies' Tailor Suits and Cloaks, at practically the prices,that, you would pay for ready made garments- Please investigate * MRS. K. M. GOODMAN*-. Lansing being re-elected president and gave his annual address in which he said that the Board has accomplished much with its limited appropriation and recommended that tbey ask the Legislature for Ave thousand dollars to be used for general purposes, including its work to help stamp the small pox out of this state, A map of Michigan was exhibited which showed that tbe state is well "peppered"'with smallpox, it now being present in one hundred and two places and it has existed since January 1, in one hundred and eighty-two places. At the close of the first quarter of 19U1 final reports had been received * of seventy-seven outbreaks showing that 500 cases occurred, including seyeh deaths, a little less than one and one-half pet* Cent. The subject of the Bubonic p plague which was discovered in Ann Arbor and which is now raging in Oahfdrnia, was introduced but on account of a lack of funds nothing can b£ done against it. It seems that this should not be 30 and that all necessary fund should be provided to assist the Board in helping eradicate all commuaicable diseases. Machinery for Sale Cheap, One 15-horse engine, 17-h, p. boiler, both ia good running order, one 2-foot surface planer, two saw benches, a quantity of good shafting, beltingf pulleys, hangers, etc., one turning lathe, saws, power grind stone, and other articles. For sale cheap for cash or" approved endorsed paper. Also whole Set of patterns for making fanning mills. Good outfit for saw or feed mill. WM. T, Davdbs, R. F. D. Ho. 3, St. Johns, Mich. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kind assistance in our late bereavement, the death of our father, especially the singers, t " Fba*ntk Parrish, John Parrish, Mrs, M, E, Parrish Pan-American Exposition via Ami Arbor R. K. Commencing April 30th the Ami Arbor R. R. will sell excursion tickets to Buffalo ou account of the Pan- Anaerican Exposition at greatly reduced rates. Three classes of tickets Will b€ sold,—one limited to 30 dayf from date Of sale, one for 15 days and. one for 5 days—the shorter the HmiV the lower the rate. Oali on Agents for particulars. ■ , Saginaw. * Train will leave Olare for Saginaw Sunday, April 28th, at S:35 a. m. l-t-e*- turniug, leave Saginaw 6 p. m. JRata?, 76 cents. ' 21.3" Paper Hanging. If yoit contemplate papering ■-yotrp house this spring, -don't fail ''to -*cob-« sjultEd, Bauder, the popular -pap.eu*- han'ger. Fifteen centf* doubtorollTSiai For sale,--~Good second ha*nd*.fWaR*3®, W, H, E-cdhn.
|Title||1901-04-18; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Thursday, April 18, 1901 issue of the Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1896. Previously known as Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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