1901-09-26; Clare Sentinel
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l8taWish0dia7$." OLABE, MICHIGrAN, THUBSDAY AITEENOOH, SEPTEMBER 26, 1901. #ew Series ;-Vol, 9, No* # fc ^ •A- £. DISCOUNT STAMPS ABE RE DEEMABLE IN BEAUTIFUL PREMIUMS. SAVE TOUR DISCOUNT STAMPS. Do you wear them? If not try a Pair. Ox Breeches The kino" that are guaranteed not i to rip ~in~lhlT seams. We have a full line of Ox Breeches on hand, prices from 75c to $3.50. Give you a new- pair free if they rip. See them! We have sole agency for McMilien Pants, the only pants guaranteed to give satisfaction. This week we will put on sale the handsomest line of Ladies' Misses' and Children's Jac», Gapes, Etc. ever seen in Glare This is our first season in this fine, so you will be sure to get nothing but new and attractiue garments. Special orders taken for any garments in this line, tmrnm^^mmwMwmmmm&mmsmi^m^m * I S6H00L DEPARTMENT | @-'C">0',!^©"'**"v'fi"<;^tt©-"^9***^S'',,§*©"*'&>'© LENA DTTKWOODIBi EDITOR, Next Saturday afternoon at the ball park a picked up team of school boys will play the second Mt. Pleasant school foot ball team. "Tooters" are becoming so numeral ous around school that the teachers will soon be able to start a racket store. A Michigan-United States map has been added to the school equipment. The report cards for all grades -will be given out on the Wednesday even- ■ ing following each school month. Parents are asked to see that they get the cards and examine their children's record. Last year some children examined and signed their own cards. Written tests will this year take the place of examiations. Misses Ross, Knowles, Cour, Mrs. Nowlen and Mr. Hathaway were high school visitors this week. The country pupils are showing the town pupils what work will accomplish. A picture of the class of '01 has been placed in the high school. The Bell 'Phone Co. have replaced ihe 'phone in the superintendent's Office. The eighth grade can exhibit some /jyery nice drawings. The tuition from non-resident pupils amounts already to nearly as much as &bat of all last year. The total enrollment to date is 386, §i of Which are high school pupils. Tuesday morning Nettie Miller spelled the high school down. A little five-year-old tot hunted the &8& to the superintendent's office for tibiS purpose of showing her pretty new %*f0ols« Ben Welch has been promoted to $$ie sixth, grade having acquired the ©ecesary qualifications. Monday morning the first grade were grader the management of Miss £a.iase3 Pratt and Easton discussed ■jy the lives of Roosevelt and McKinley • ^tarsday morning. City of Clare. Allerman Lee and A. S. Rhodes not having qualified as members of the board of public works, the council appointed T. S, Dorsey and E, B. Horning instead. Oridlnance No. 28 provides that the street commissioner shall make an annual report of the condition of the walks of the city, and this not having been done, the clerk was Instructed to notify the street commissioner to make such report. At a special meeting of the council held September 20th, the mayor appointed Alderman Doherty and Louch a committee to consider the advisability of adopting a resolution amending section three of ordinance No, 28, this section relative to the'eon- struction of cement walks. It is claimed by some that it is not necessary to go so deep in this sandy soil as the ordinance provides, and oy not going so deep an expense of about three cents a foot can be saved, This matter was left to the discretion of the street commissioner. On the cemetery committee John Harris was appointed vice Aid. Doherty and Ed, Whitney vice Aid. Louch. A special meeting of the council will be held tomorrow evening to pass the appropriation bill. Tbe'city taxes will be higher this year than last and for several reasons; under the new charter money raised for any one fund cannot be used for another and it was necessary to barrow 8900 from the bank. There is a $350 bill -for hoise to be paid and a $500 water works bond. These together with the small pox bills, the Kelly ys. city case and the Aberbuch case, the cement walks and the cemetery annex will of necessity raise the rate. When folks are invited to people's houses to parties they see things that were never there before. We should think a man would feel discouraged tf he had to look at his wife wearing curl papers, Loafers „are a pest. Notice the spikes that are put ou railings to keep loafers from sitting On them. Considering the improvement it makes in men's appearance, they really ought to patronize the barber more. A NEIGHBORHOOD NURSEKY. A Plan for Having the Children Well Cared for at Very /Small Cost. "Establishing a neighborhoodonur- sery will not be difficult if you know any young women whom all the children love, and who has to work'for a living," writes BerthieFogg Anthoine, in tbe October Ladies' Home Journal, "If so, suggest to her that she take charge of the neighborhood babies from three to seven years old for a certain sum per month, A large playground and a big room are necessary. The playground should have a heap of small stones'and several mounds of nice dry sand. The playroom should have plenty of floor space. The governess should overlook the play and keep the tangles straightened out, She should punish only in exceptional cates, and by the mildest means, but she should interfere before a quarrel has reached dangerous proportions. As to the financial arrangements, circumstances must govern the details. The average female wage-earner receives five dollars a week, for six days' work of eight to ten hours' duration. To the twenty dollars a month add five dollars for rent of room, and playground, then divide by the number of children enrolled." The True Source of Woman's Beauty A beautiful skin without any blemishes comes directly from good health, and the first step to health and to a beautiful skin is to gee and keep the blood pure. The whole blood system is like a gorgeously colored Venice with red waterways, and little boats hurrying to and fro. The fatter carry two kinds of messengers, market boys and scavengers. If these are both trained to accomplish their work every day then health and beauty are assured. If the blood is clear the skin is sure to be clear.—The Ladles- Home Journal for October, Sunday Excursion to Toledo. On Sunday, September 29th, the Ann Arbor R. R. will give an excursion to Toledo by special train leaving Clare at 5:25 a. m. Fare for the round trip $1.50. Children under twelve years of age one half the above rate. Returning special train leaves Toledo 6:30 a. m. Stand Floss All Colors per Skein SCents }avu dc Co. EVerijthiim to Wear a* Lowest Prices No. 40 Satin Liberty No. 60 Satin Taffeta all colore, per yard 25 Cts. Cloaks and Capes. We are receiving new Cloaks nearly every day. The fashionable garments this season are half-fitting box coats in 27~inch and 42-inch lengths. Our showing in these popular garments is very extensive, embracing the very newest ideas price feromd *"!'* and.ranging ,n S6.50 to #/5. OO Our Special Sale of long Plush Capes has been very successful. The values are the greatest <*o Qt? j. @>/? Rfi ever offered in this vicinity. «*«• uo to &0t ou INleW Silks Guaranteed Black Taffetas 75c, 90c, 1.25, 1.35 Extra Quality Black Peau-De-Soie LOO, L25 New line of Printed Warp Silks in the very latest colors and patterns in waist lengths at per yard I. O O l^eW Waistings 27-inch All Wool Stripe Albatross, in the leading shades per yard 35c 27-inch All Wool Serges, Silkotine Stripe large line of colors per yard Printed French Flannels in waist lengths per yard SSc 50c Hosiery and U^derWear FiVe ileitis ihafc are J3argaii)s One case Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Hose, they are regular 15c quality with slight imperfections in knitting, and are extra value at per 1 ftr* pair .... 1UC One case Misses' Extra Heavy Ribbed Cotton Fleeced Hose two Q-^C pairs f or One case Ladies' Extra Heavy Wool Ribbed Hose, black or Ox- OJ-Sc ford gray, per pair Ladies' Heavy Gray Jersey Ribbed Fleeced Vests and Pants, per garment Misses' Very Heavy Fleece Lined Vests and .- -rr , Pants . . 15c Upward 22c Ladles' Ready- to-wear Hats Mllllneru Dept. fai/y s Latest Creations In Trimmed Hats Millinery Dept. New Millinery Stock! Ladies are respectfully invited to call Saturday, October 28th, and look over our fine display of FALL AND WINTER HATS. Our selection is the nobbiest and most stylish to be found in the county. The only millinery store that gives discount stamps/ MRS. K. M. GOODMAN. Memorial Life of President McKinley—A Standard Historical Work. The World Publishing Co. of Buffalo, N. Y., are. issuing the best of all the forthjoining books on the life of the late President McKinley. It will be a magnificent work profusely illustrated, written by Murat Halstead, a celebrated war correspondent, the man that was selected by the government of the late President McKinley to write the official report on the Philippine Islands. Murat Halstead has been a life-long friend of President McKinley, and It will be a labor of love for him to finish this book, which has long been in preparation. It will be complete, his boyhood, manhood, war service, political and social life, assassination, full account of the assassin and the anarchist conspiracy connected therewith, medical treatment, death, burial and state funeral. The work will be sold by subscription, and is so cheap and so excellent that every family should have a copy. —B'rom the Buffalo Express of September 17. A New Society, The young ladies of the Clare Baptist church and their friends met in the church Saturday evening, the 21st Inst., and organized a society which is called the Automotion. The Automotion is for ladies between the years of 16 and 35, and all ladies between those years are invited to become members of the Automotion, which will meet Thursday, 2:30 p. m., of each week. The Automotion is new and original in every respect—-in its ideas, Its work, its by-laws. Entirely different from any other society yet organized. Vigilance is its motto, and nothing but vigilant members are wanted. You Auto, come and enrole your name. OFFICERS f OK THE YEAR. President—iBtarry T. Carson. Vice President—Mrs. M. Saxton. Secretary—Miss Ethel Stevens. Assistant Secretary—Miss Pearl Easton. Treasurer—Miss B. MOoney. . * AVXIhlAB.lt. Mrs. H. Carson, Industrial. Mrs. S. Mater, Reception. Mrs. H. Choato, Social. Miss Ethel Stevens, Pioral. \ * STURGEON BAY, WIS, Ann Arbor Railroad Makes* it a Regular Station for its. Car Ferries. -.'■■. The Ann Arbor Railroad Gar !Fertfies are now making regular Stops at Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin. Steamer leaves' Frankfort Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9;30 a. m.» Sturgeon TBay 3':8G> p. m. and arrives MepomlneeS-SOpj mv Going east" steamers leave Menominee same days 11,30 p. m, Sturgeon Bay 1:30 a.m. and arrives Frankfort M* ' lowing morning 7:30 a. m, £3-2 Hay fever has one advantages. YoQ can't smell the paste pot.
|Title||1901-09-26; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Thursday, September 26, 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.|