1900-10-05; Clare Sentinel
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v* ■■" ^mr-vy-v ■J* u lit J!& r » * N-y I". ft ]u Ifi'* .7' 111© Established 1878. OLARE, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1900. New Series: Vol. 8v Noi..4&» Hearsayand * J Happening.) TSew Advertisements. Davy & Co., dry goods, clothing. WV Wolsey, dry goods and clothing-, "Fisher & Rukenbrod, Laundry. ."Brown & M<?Kmnon, f-roceries. J, a. Wilson, gents' furnishings. W, .3. Hamilton, general store,. , Littjle Susie Leonard is ill this week. Al. Moohey has been on the sick list this week. m. A, Yandercoofc is visiting his family here, G, a. Clark of Temple in the city Wednesday. C. H. O'Donald was in Toldeo on business this week. The Board of Supervisors meet in Harrison next, week. B. B. Hornung and son, Burnette, to Farwell yesterday. Miss Muriel Knowles spent Sunday at her home in Evart, Kev, J. S. Delong"o£ Gladwin visited friends here Tuesday, W. 0, Fuller was down from Farwell on business yesterday. D. E. Wait, of Farwell, was in the city on business Monday. The Sentinel to new subscribers till January, 1901, for 15c. Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Graff were Clare visitors the first of the week. A. TanBrunt and R. M. Mussell were fishing at Lake this week. Dr. Witherspoon, the Columbian cigar man, was in Ciare Monday, D. El. Alward, located at Detroit, spent Sunday with his family here, 3, F. Tatman is putting a wood furnace into his residence this week. - The Guild will meet with Mrs. Frank, Falk, Wednesday, October 10. ST. Bicknell and son, Will, spent Sunday visiting relatiyes in Shepherd. A. L. Blackburn and Floyd Kane wheeled to Shepherd and returned Sunday. The Other Aid will meet with Mrs; F. B. Doherty, Wednesday, October 10th. Don Chamberlain, of Saginaw, visited relatives here the flrst of this week. J. G, Fisher of Shepherd spent most of the week at the home of his son, E. G. Fisher. 'Mrs. Frank B. Doherty is visiting at the home of her parents in Saginaw this week. Mrs, S. J. Abbey of Midland is visiting at the home of her brother, W. EL Elden, and family. Mrs, Ella Pierson started yesterday for Big Bapids where she has secured a position as saleslady. To the majority of advertisers quantity is more important than quality.—Printer's Ink. Miss Belle Lyons went Wednesday to Saginaw where she entered the Saginaw Business College. To new subscribers and to old ones paying up, the Sentinel will be sent till January 1902, for $1.00. Miss Edith Bruce of Central City and sister, Mias Jennie, of Temple, visited Miss Anna Dersnah Saturday. Mrs, Wm. Horning and Mrs, Dell are attending tbe fair at Grand Eapids, also visiting a sister of Mrs. Dell's. Simon Bogardus has quit the employ of J. F. Tatman. At this writing he "has not decided what he shall do in the future. Hrs. Wm. Webb and little one of Loomis returned yesterday from a ■week's visit to Miss Myrtle Mills at STi-ankfort., Miss Lotta Francisco returned to Jier home hear Mt. Pleasant Wednesday after a two weeks'-yisit with relatives in Clare. October Jtth has been named by the board of education as the time for the consideration of bids on desks and •school furniture. ' Mr, and Mrs. O. H. O'Donald re- fiurnea. the latter part of last week from their eastern trip, havir,g had a * very enjoyable visit. 'Mrs. George Piper returned Wednesday to her home in Detroit, having fceen "here to attend the funeral of the iate Dr. M. D. Davis. G. E. Benner returned Saturday, from Grand Bapidt*, accompanied by his wife, who has been visiting there for the past three weeks. Miss Sarah Mcintosh return?d home Friday from an extended visit in Canada and is now employed in Mrs. K. M. Goodman's millinery store. , ' A. J. Olute is at the Saginaw Medical .Hospital, having eone Monday. Mr/Olute is believed to haye a turn jr, and is expected to undergo au operation. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Duning- of Petoskey arrived in Olare Tuesday for a two weeks' visit, ai>d are guests at the home of her mother, Mrs. M. E. Parrish. Mr. and Mrs. O. M, Sutherland took advantage of the Ohio excursion and went Wednesday for a week's visit at the home of ber parents in Piqua, Obio, Ed Stearps, who for the past three months has been working at the carpenter trade near Mt. Pleasant, re-, turned yesterday after spending a few days at his home in Clare, Rudolph Baumgarth of McBain was a Clare visitor Monday. It is rumored that he will close out his stock there and take charge of one of the stores of Baumgarth Bros. here. Last Saturday night Miss Inez Smith quit the employ of Davy & Co, Miss Smith haa been a very obliging saleslady and the firm much regret her leaving their employment. "Mac" Moulton was called to Saginaw Wednesday by the Pere Marinette officials, and he expects to again work for that company, and if so will commence house-heeping there. The Board of Education having secured a discount of forty per cent, on all school books purchased for the next thirty days, parents will do well to buy books within the limited time. Mrs. Ed. Carr of St, Johns arrived yesterday afternoon for a week's visit at the home of her sisters, Mesdames M. E. Parish and J. Mason. Mr. Carr arrived on the late train last evening. The Clare V. E. K. of P. went to Marion last evening where they instituted a Rank of twenty-one members. Our high school football boys played with tbe Mt. Pleasant boys yesterday, and the score stood 0 to 0. Frank B. Doherty acted as umpire and Tamblvn of the -Normal as referee, Mrs. P. M. Loomis receiyed a telegram Wednesday from Eock Falls, Illinois, stating that her sister, Mrs. Cogswell, had died very sudden that morning. Mrs. Loomis left her sister about ten days before in her usual good health. The Record, edited by George W. Grames, is a new paper in Evart, and advocates Bryanism. Tbis is the third man who has attempted to keep up a democrat sheet in that village, the preceding two having suspended publication. M. D. Follett was in Bay City Tuesday where he appeard before the U. S. distrist court, on a charge of embezzlement. Follett was formerly postmaster at Harrison and will have his hearing in Detroit at the next session of the court November next. The Union Telephone line is now in operation between Clare and Harrison, and the first message that went over tbe line conveyed to Harrisonites the information that our school building was burning. The line is completed to Evart and.is being laid east to Saginaw. The Eedemptionist Fathers of Grand Rapids will open a week's mission in the Catholic church in Vernod, on next Sunday ac 10:00 a. m. Eloquent sermons cwill be given at services at nine o'clock in the morning and seven o'clock in the evening. E. C. Cannon, nominee on the republican ticket for senator from the 25th district, accompanied by James H. Thompson nominee for state board of education both of Evart, were in the city Tuesday having been looking over the political situation at Mt. Pleasant. The Gleaners Arbor located at Colonville are arranging for a public gathering which will undoubtedly be held fn the church at that place, Mr. D, F, Cook; state speaker for the Order, who is one of the leading fra-. teraal speakers, will be invited to attend and deliver the address. Wm. McLelland of Harrietts visited friends in this vicinity the first of the week,- going yesterday to yisit his daughter in Lansing. Mr. McLelland is not so. staunch in his advocacy of Bryanism as he was four years ago, and we would be not at all surprised if he'd put an X at the head, of McKin- leys' ticket next month. A. TS. Doty, the nominee on the democrat ticket for member bf the state legislature, is a man of whom his party can be justly proud, and who will doubtless poll a large vote in Clare county, but because of the large republican majority in the Wexford district, and also the increasing popularity of Orville Dennis of Lake City,, his opponent in the fight, his chances for electiou are very meagre. John Armour of Sheridan has a farm of which he can justly be proud, By his. courtesy ye scribe partook of apples aud peaches he grew this year, which in size and flavor are the largest and best we have seen. One of the apples measured fourteen and two-thirds inches in circumference, and a peach, the largest way around, measured nine and three-fourths inches. We'd be glad to sample any larger than these. Bring them along. Mrs. Herman Snear of Vernon dropped dead at her home Wednesday afternoon just before six o'clock. She had been troubled with her heart for tbe past year, but her condition was not thought serious. She was sixty- two years of age and leaves a husband, three sons and four daughters. The funeral was conducted from the Loomis church today, Rev. Palmer of the Clare F. M. church officiating. Deceased was beloved by a large circle of friends who with relatives mourn her death, The Lady Maccabees of this place accepted an invitation to meet with the Calkinsville Hive at their regular review. Accordingly seventeen Ladies drove over, and were royally entertained. The team being a little slow they did not reach Calkinsville in time for the review but were in time for the bountiful repast spread before them. Clare's La*Jy Maccabees think the Calkinsville guards hard to beat. It is hoped there may be many more such delightful meetings. Prosperity will strike the school districts in the shape of the semi-annual apportionment of the primary school money There will be $1,700,000 to divide November 6, among the several counties of the state, which is at the rate of $1.65 for each child of school age in the state. This is the largest rate by nearly $1 per capitaever known in the state, The rate last May was fifty cents per capita. The increase is due partly to increased earnings of railroads, insurance and other corporations paying specific taxes, which go to support public schools, and partly to the collection of railroad taxes in July instead of December. Mr. Jacob Riis, who has 'for years been one of Governor Roosevelt's closest personal friends, and one of his stanchest assistants in reforms of all kinds, has written an Unusual and peculiarly interesting article for the Outlook upon Theodore Roosevelt, Sr., the father of Governor Roosevelt. The object of this article is to show how, in many ways, Mr. Roosevelt inherits, or has gained by parental example, his good citizenship. The article, which appears in the October Magazine Number of the Outlook,: contains an excellent reproduction of Daniel Huntington's painting of Mr, Roosevelt, Sr., especiallyphotographed for the Outlook, ($3.00 a year. The Outlook Company, New York. Rev, M. Knowles, having secured permission to expend in improving the Congregational church as much money as he could collect for that purpose, has pulled off his coat, rolled up his sleeves and gone at his work with a vim not manifested by many Congregational preachers. He has in sight now something like $150 for the work. He purposes to-paint the building inside and out, paper it throughout, and if possible, put in new art glass windows, If the ielder calls on you and suggests to you this matter, We would advise you to "shell out" ab once, for if you don^t he'll put up. such a convincing argument you will be compelled to help in some way. It's high time the property be improved and we are glad for Mrr Knowles' success. Card of Thanks. ' We are sincerely grateful to the friends and neighbors for their kindness during the illness and death of out sou and brother, and BSpecially do we thank his former schoolmates for the beautiful floral offering. F. C. Farmer and fa-jolt. wmtmwmnmimm^^ T~, Brown or Gray, Single ahd Double Breasted 3£ $' 12.01 ft Ct avy and une S^usy Stores. OVercoats New Gray Oiagonais $ looo jDress Soods Rainy Day Skirtings All Wool Grays, Oxfords and Plaids heavy weight clotha that will not need linings, 5? inches wide $1.00 and $1,50. Venetian Suitings in six new colorings, 38 inches wide 50c £* 28 New Novelties in. wide, new dark colorings 12ic. %=■ «>- Black Brocades several new patterns a special quality 36 inches wide at 25c All Wool Granites black' or colors, 36 inche wide, the most serviceable fabric offered at the price 69c. Printed Flannellette newest designs, extra heavy per yard 9c. jackets and Capes gr Excursion to Manistee. .. Sunday, October 14bh, the Ann Arbor Ry, will give an 'excursion to Manistee via Copemish and M. & N. 13. Ry. Train will run through without change. Manistee is ode of the prettiest cities along the Lake Michigan Shore and will be found, a most delightful place to spend Sunday. Special train leavesuClare at 7:22 a, m, Fare for the round trip only $1.25. §= t+Cinings iE all the popular linings will be found fc here. 2E Silesia IOe, 12}c J5c» Near Silk 25c S~ Canvas 10c, 15c, 18c, and 20, St- Silver She6n 20c. Best Cambrics 5c. g**-- Percalines 15c, I8c, and 20c, St- French Haircloth 40c. §: uabte Juinen Special S~ 5 pieces 56 in red and white checked •r Damask warranted fast color per yard §= 25c Several new lines of all wool diagonal cheviot Jackets,, cut in the late&fe styles. Blacks and Grays $10.00. New Kersey Jackets Tan. Castor, Blue and Black some- surprising values 6.50, 7,00,9.00 and 1Q.OCL New Capes 30 in. long, plain or crushed- plush? - fur trimmed collars and fronts 5; 00- Cloth Capes $2 to $10.. Misses' and I o/-l*-/-,+e» New _ Children's JaCKCTS styresr ""* handsomely trimmed, braid and. applique, red, blue and brown; fsmm $2 to $10. ^f. -—-5*-T —■■•tffc- 3* tf •■■•st •3s ■ ^ JVc ■osierg two extra values at popular" prices; Ladies' all wool Hose plain or ribbed at per pair 25c. Ladies' extra heavy fleeced cotton- Hose at per pair 15c Shoes Ladies' Fine Kid Shoes, lace or button, stylish and serviceable $1.50. Pingree & Smith fine shoes, Welts- and Turns $3.00 and $4.00. - Bargains in 9/fen's Jfurnishings Heavy Jers'ey Overshirts 29c Heavy Gray Wool Sox 3 pair for 5Sac? Fine Black Cashmere sox3 pr.foifi"5€Jc?, Heavy Cotton Underwear worths 25c-: at 19c, ■~*L*', 3 —<■* 3? 3t 3s PaVy & Company 3: ^p EVERYTHING TO WEAR. •^E. 7>aui»aaiiU»ai^iiU4uiiia^Uiua^U^ TSS'WWw If you have Dot already bought youi —— mm MIL MILLINERY now is the time to get the right styles at the right prices. If you can not come send your ordef and I will guar- - ^d antee satisfaction. "*" FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY My Hats will be od display- X, Wednesday, ■• I October 3,1900.-1 and all are cordially invlted-s ▼** to come and look them* oyer-; |k\ Mrs. K. M. Gooanian. ^ A Successful Day. The Maccabee bee at the fajm of A. J. Olute iu Vernon last week was a success notwithstanding the inclemency of the Weather the forepart of the day. About teh o'clock his friends ahd neighbors began to assemble and kept on coming until seventy were there to partake of dinner and nearly 100 took supper, and not a drone present.*- Tlfey busked nearly five acres of corn, cut two acres of corn, cut roots, picked stone, dug and pitted two acres of potatoes, built and filled a corn crib, drew corn^ stocks, and cut the winters wood, for which service Mr. and Mrs. Olute are thankful beyond expression, t-ady Bump led the ladies at corn husking, with IQady Rhoades as a close second while Lady Morden can gather together more potatoes than ten men can dig. The noticeable absence of Glare Maccabees was made up In that so large a number of Olare Ladies were present. X The Eepublican Senatorial convention convened at Oiner September 21, and upon the 17th ballot "placed in nomination Frank L. WestOver. "p, p. Heal, who has so ably represented this district for the bast two years, declined to accept the nomination under any circumstances otherwise he would have been the unamlnous choice.— Coleman Independent. Our Special Offer. To new subscribers and those who are in arrears, the Sentinel from now until! January 1, 1902, $1.00 when paid in advance, . Agents Wante-alVa We want a live, active representative in your territory at once to-engage in a very profitable "business. - * General and local agents wanted... From $5.00 tQ -310.00 a day. Advancement rapid. Good references required Those out of employment or wishing-: to better themselves addres, Department K, Corner Perking Sr/ Union Sts„ Akron Ohio. -M^t. - "Good rhilch cOw for sale, cheap.-. W-. H, JixTDXsi* A new remedy for billiousness'- ias now on sale at Dr. J. H, Oarpenter'E* • drug store. It is called Ohainber-- Jain's Stomach and Liver Tabl&W Ifc-,' gives quick relief and' will prevsntj tjn&?- attack if given as soon as- the- f!iB-& fn— dicatiOri of the diseastj ao-oearBs-, Sr-lcsfe 25 cents pe? box. Samples f-iee.-,.
|Title||1900-10-05; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, October 5, 1900 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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