1901-09-19; Clare Sentinel
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"V*t ■ Istablialied 1878, OLABE, MICHIGAN, THURSDAY AFTl^J-JOON, SEPTEMBER 19, 1901. New Series; Yoh% $o, ■•''•# , JL..J 'l-TV Saye your Stamps and get Premiums We give them Btokiwll Bros. Discount Stamps Given M*« NewLineof FALL CLOTHING for Men, Boys and Children just received. '_ New QUtings, Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Ladies' Walking Skirts just received, All Clothing not included in our New Fall Line GOING AT COST New Line of Pants received, We give a a new pair tor every pair that rips, Made by Ox Pant Go, tmmmmisms^smMSMmwmwmummsmmmmimmssmmmMmmm^ W. Jlickije), is sfcl). ii> the Peach J3eU supplying lis With the CHOICEST OF PEACHES teaVe tJoUr order if i}oU Waijt the best. WE ARE HEADQUARTEBS FOR EVERYTHING TO EAT. GIVE US A CALL. TRY OUR 50c TEA, IT IS THE BEST. LEAVE ORDER OR TELEPHONE NO. 50, DISCOUNT STAMPS GIVEN. BIGKNELL BROS, %i GLARE GOUM FAIR. Next Week Wednesday. Thursday and Friday. County S. S. Rally Thursday— * Big Money up on Races—Reduced Rates on Railroads. Every arraogement Is now complete for the Clare Countv Agricultural Society fair to be held at Harrison nexfweek Wednesday, Thursday* and Friday, September 25, 26, 27. The business men of Harrison have ■made up $100.00 which will be given , Thursday to the winners of the trotting and pacing races. Lots of fun and excitement. Don't fail to attend. Football. The gridiron season was formally opened for this season last Tuesday when the Clare high school team strengthened by four of the town boys met tbe all-Midland team at Coleman. Two twenty minute halves were played. In the first halt our boys held things level, the score being 0 to 0. In the second half Midland put in big Dickey at half and with his "assistance succeeded in making two touchdowns, the final score being 10 to 0 in favor of Midland. The Midland men fftgre older, more experienced, and on the line greatly outwelgh.ed the Clare boys and eo our boys did remarkably well aginst such a team. For Clare poherty, Clark, Kelly and Sutherland did most of the earring of the ball. Mussell played a good quarter and Jackson did some.fine tackling while the line-men did well aginst such heavy men. For instanc McKinnon thought he had plenty to do to buck aginst a fellow who weighed in the ggighborhood of 220. The game was cleanly played ahd all were well pleased with the treatment they received, Jenner of Midland was referee and his decisions were entirely satisfactory. He did not however enforce the rules as to off-side plays. Lost—Gold filled, open face gentle- juen's watch, tsosa case H i698864 and *E31gin movement H 4559552. Liberal Reward for return to the Sentinel »5fflce. Mks. Jebome Stevens, A Young Life Ended, Carl Weeks Waller, the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Waller, passed from thfs life Tuesday morning, membraneous croup or diphtheria being the cause of his death. Only a week ago Friday Carl was taken with a sore throat, but nothing serious was anticipated until. Sunday night. The physician was called who did everything in his power to relieve the little sufferer but to no avail. He lingered until about eight o'clock Tuesday morning when he breathed his last. .Brief funeral services were held at the grave early Wednesday morning, none attending except tbe family and those officiating, that the contagion may not be spread, and little Carl's first night in his newly made grave was Wednesday. He was an exceptionally bright boy, his winning ways making him a favorite among his playmates, and this being the first of the family to pass to the great beyond, the parents are griefstrlcken beyond the comprehension of all save those who have sustained similar losses. The family are now in quarantine and all have taken anti-toxin, a preventative of diphtheria. Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Hornung of Mt. Pleasant, Frank Waller of Marion, Mrs. H. A. Weeks of Kalamazoo, and her father, Daniel Barger, of Sturgis, are here or have been during the week. Card of Thanks. We wish publicly to express our sincerest thanks to the kind friends who in so many ways expressed their sympathy to us during our recent affliction, the death of our beloved son, Carl. Mb. and Mks. E. H. Wali.br. State Fair at Pontiac. The fifty-second annual State Fair will be held at Pontiac September 23-27, The buildings ate new and ample, having- been ef ected purposely to accommodate the State Fair. Railroad trains and electric cars run to the gates. One of the special days is Friday, the 27th, which has been designated Maccabee day, prizes being offered for K. O. T. M. and L. O. T. M. team drill.' House and lot for sale on west Seventh street. A. J« Kake. 43-4 h urther Preparations for Sunday School Rally. Preparations for the coming review County Sunday Sunday Rally are rapidly being completed, and Clare County Sunday School may justly be proud of tneir response to the. appeal. "Michigan has already become famous for these county and district rally days. They have been held successfully in many of the large counties and when rightly conducted' are a great public educator, as well as affording means for utilizing a powerful social agency in the Breaking down of sectional and sectarian differences and the unifying of our Christian Forces". The Clare County Rally will doubtless prove- to be no exception to this rule. An excellent opportunity will be afforded on the twenty-sixth for attending the County Agricultual Fait, in connection with the S. S. Rally as well, Attendance at the Rally will secure admission at ten cents for adults, and five cents for children under twelve years of age. The following provisional program is presented for the afternoon exercises beginning at 1:30. Band concert at grand stand.. Devotional exercisers led by Rev. A McCall of Harrison. Singing by the audience.' Address of welcome, Mayor of Harrison. Response, Asa Aldrich, Clare. Singing by Harrison Quartet. Address "Evergreen Sunday schools" Rev. G, W. Maxwell, Farwell. Selection by Harrison band. Memory drill, Olare. Co, S. S, Quartet. Address by State Secretary Day of Detroit. "Throw out the Life Line" Audience. General business and awarding of rewards -for best drilled school and best load of S. S. scholars, etc. Benediction and dismissal. EVENING. Tempeiance mass meeting in Wilson opera honse. J. Lewis of Jackson, the "modern John JB. Gough" speaker, with his' stereopticon. Admission free. The excusion train will .Wait for this mass-meeting. AH are invited to remain. Let every Clare Co. S. Q. plan to Millinery Opening Saturday, Sept. 28 E Verijlhiijg lo Wear al JLoWesfc Prices Millinery Opening Saturday, Sept. 28 Excellent Dress Goods Values 36-in All Wool Dress Flannels, in all shades, per yard 35c. 52-inch Extra Quality, Fine, All Wool Suitings, all colors, per yd. 59c. 36-inch All Wool Suitings, dark mixed colorings, per yard 35c. 38-inch pure Worsted Granites, the genuine JBroadhead goods, nothing better for service, all colors, per yard 59c 27-inch Heavy Gray Skirting per yard 40c. A Towel Bargain 25 Cents Each For all Linen Towels, large sizes, all white or fancy borders, hemstitched or fringed. They are cheap and wont last long at this price. Domestic Bargains Heavy 30-inch White Outing per yard 5 c. * Heavy Black and White Twill Shirtings, 10c values at 8c per yard. Mill Remnants, fancy Ticking, 15c value, at lie. Mill Remnants Fruit of Loom Bleached Cotton per yard 7£c. Indigo Blue Prints \ gtan(j. Light Blue Prints / ar^ ii ~, Black and White Prints ) Cloth 420 Silver Gray Prints ) per yd Special Handkerchief Sale . 25 dozen Ladies' Plain White Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, assorted^ hems, 5c each. 25 dozen Ladies'Fine Swiss, emferxaid- ered, scalloped edge Handkerchief worth 15c each, our special pri«e~©a the lot 10c each. 15 dozen Ladies' Fine Swiss Handkerchief s, fancy shapes, new designs, lace trimmed and embroidered, wortl 20c each, at 12£c and 15c each, 50 dozen Children's Fancy "P-rinted Handkerchiefs lc each. 20 dozen Ladies' Hemstitched Handkerchiefs 3c each. Clothing Dept. Knee Pant Special AH sizes in Knee Pants mard-e from Heavy All Wool Cassimere, worth 7&g per pair, our special price per pair 50c. Boys' Fleeced Underwear 40 dozen of Boys' Heavy Weight Fleeced Shirts and Drawers, 35c value, at per garment 25c. Men's Suits New Patterns in Men's Heavy Weight, Fancy, All Wool Worsted Suits, well tailored and perfeet fitters, per suit only $10.00. Men's Suits of Best All Wool Meltons in Gray and BroWn, regular $12.00 values, per suit $10.00. MilUnery Opening Saturday, Sept, 28 'avy dc Co. Millinery, Opening Saturday, Sept. 28 have a good represenation at Harrison on the 26th. Begin drilling your schools, making your banner and raising yoar apportionment, toward expenses, and a wave of enthusiasm will thrill your work with renewed life. Yours for success. C. B. Parsons. RULERS ASSASSINATED DURING LAST CENTURY. Of Twenty Rulers Slain, Eleven were Peesidents of Republics. Emperor Paul, Russia, choked 1801 Sultan Selim, Turkey, stabbed.. 1803 President d'lstria, Greece, sabre. 1831 Duke of Parma, Italy 1854 President of Hay ti, stabbed 1859 President Lincoln, United States, shot . 1865 President Balta, Peru, shot 1872 President Moreno, Ecuador, shot 1872 President Guthriz, Ecuador, Shot 1873 Sultan, Abdul Aziz, Turkey, stabbed....................... 1874 President of Paraguay, shot..... 1877 President Garfield, United States, shot 1880 Czar Alexander ll, Russia, bomb 1881 President J, R. Barrios, Guatemala, shot. ..... 1885 Quedn of Corea, poisoned.' 1860 President Carnot, France, stabbed 1894 Shah of Persia, stabbed ......... 1896 President Jose Barrios, Guatemala, shot..................... 1898 Empress Of AuStra, stabbed..,... 1899 King Humbert, Italy, shot...... 1900 Read. Read. EXCURSION A Half Fare Excursion will be run from- CLARE TO HARRISOM ON—- Thursday, September 26, '0i,3 for the grand Gountu s. s. Kaiiu & flaricuitrai Fair Leaving Glare at 9 a, m. and returning in the evening. Rrmnrl vm Adults, - « BBSs: "u,u*lu Cn w%sr% Children between Trip .rare * ** 12 %** Children under 6»free-- AdiniBsion to Fair on Bally Day, Children 5c, AdmlS.* 10s» Great Parade, Good Fair. Everyone Invited~ GO AND TAKE THE CHILDREN. C JE. PARSOHS, Miss'y Atoer. S. &.IL. , ' .. Glare, Mohigaa-j.
|Title||1901-09-19; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Thursday, September 19, 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|