1899-01-06; Clare Sentinel
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-1 ^'Wt-»^ilt4!WJffA OHP-THIHO-rriirtine £ /if?d (Aai rfpnc lutlt. A Wo aro \wa& of ;* the work we do— y jouinfctlnptla particular, We liave - >^ /"- tii3-ta-Uu.to type, • presses ana worJc» jiK-n, CaHnndseo *<* us- TOR CtAlilJ 0 © SENTINEL, In otirown building, 0 MAIN STHEJiT. . • * #> * "^ >/ -^>.a<^,@^N, /?</aw Printed akissoiuhech#ek of £ve. it was a- nciit-, tasteful Job. Dye liked tliHt kind of priming. ' VA'cdo that kind of printing NEATjTASTJEFUL, ' -EFFECTIVE, THE SENTINEL, " CLARE,. - MICU. Established 1878. GLARE, MICH., FRIDAY . JANUARY 6, 1899. qa ;*i TAXES. ■ Those Who Stand the Burden In This City. It may be of interest to the citizens of our city to know who are the ones who stand the most of our taxes, to we have jo pied from the rolls the names of those who-this year pay $25 tax or over: <X W. AlSuouse $274 GO Ann Arbor, ft! R 40 70 John Dunlop , 33 92 J. Jt. Goodman 40 70 Thos. Holbrook 40 70 Thos. Holbrook 27 14 Pred Lister 40 70 Geo. Lee 4070 A. E. Mack 2883 JRhoadcs & (Jo 33 56 Ella Shaver 30 56 E. Unieurae.-..., 2!) 14 'Mrs. 1. Alger.,,...,, ,... 83 57 -Ohas. Ackerman..,«....,; 117,98 D. E. Alward... 5034 Mrs. Geo. H. Brown 41 80 Blckqells , 222 98 W m. Becker 29 01 M, P. Ohamherlin ,.... .. 41 80 Capitol and Loan Assn ..., 59 20 Olare Hardware Co. 4180 J, W> Calkins..,.,,.. 20904 Clare county farm 02 7,1 J. O. Callaghan.... , 65 50 Geo. Dawson 27 83 S. J. PeFoe 62 69 O, S. Derby 86 24 J. D. Pumvoodie 69 67 A. J. Dcherty , 677 14 Detroit Loan Association ,. 4178 W.H. Elden 6271 Miss E. Ewing. ,... 41 80 Chas. Pishley 27 86 W. A. Goodman 27 80 Mrs.J. Giberson 3134 Ed. Horning 45 27 Hart & Co 3134 JR. G. & B\ A. Jefleries 76 88 T. II. Maynard 52 23 McEwan estate 261 41 Jk'HryOrfc 5574 VV. 11. Osman 41 83 A. W. Pierce 33 73 Mrs. L, Eoss . 80 22 C. Ross 27 86 Mrs, J. Sexsmith 79 70 Davy Ss Co .' 373 40 Davy, Mrs. S. J 01 S6 J. H. Galhvpr 4153 Wm. H.Goodman ,. 89 91 Mrs. Louis Goodman , 4148 Sam Gray,." 27 70 J. D. Garland 27 69 Thos. Holbrook ' 24 22 Mrs,A. Harris....; 27 G9 J. H. Jennoy 122.36 Anna Marshall., 60 40 Mrs. Anna Mussel! 54 00 CM. Mussel 200 61 Henry Olth '. 34 60 O. W. Perry 182 52 J. C. Hoekafellow ....; 113 33 Wm. Ross 40 72 O. U. Schneider "... 27 69 Mrs. Nettie Schilling ,. 34 60 J. II. Schilling Mary Stevens Valentine Clark Co. A. Van Brunt., E.A.White W. Woisey E. H. Waller Frances Wolsey Whitney & Behiick. 27 69 45 00 4148 5180 6056 46990 103 72 30 66 4154 Obituary. After an illness of a week, Eufus Glass d-jed at his home In Gilmore on Thursday, Dec. 15,1898, of pneumonia and heart failure. The deceased was born in Leroy, Genesee county, N. Y,, Nov. 2. 1819, being at the,time of his death in* his 80th year. He was the second yonng- est of a large family of children, all of whom have preceded him with the exception of one brother and sister. The first tweuty-one years of his life were spent on a farm. After this he learned and followed the builder's trade twenty-Ave years. In 1841 he came to White Lake, Gen- eseee county, Mich. Five years later he moved to Howell, Livingston county. In 1844 he married Miss Harriet Roscoe. She died in 1851. vIn 1852, he again married, this time Miss Harriet Gould. After living in Howell eighteen years, he moved to Gilmore.-Isa- bellu county, being one of the first settlers in that place. He served his I town well, and soon became one of its Shearer property 43 53! most honored citizens. He was the C. II. 'Sutherland,.. 179 3,31 first justice of the peace of his town Clare County Savings bank 104 531land held the office for twelve years. Mrs. Lucy Stanley 80 13' He was also the first superyisor and Tobacco "River Milling Co 62 77 j "eld that office for four terms. He J. P. Mrs. Taylor 4027 Sam Youngs 4340 M. O. Austin 27 70 Mrs. Bogardus 24 22 Baumgar.li Bros 138 32 A. E. ChaUerton ,. .. 53 00 D. Grouse 44 <jg W. A. Comer »i 69 Harritt Cooley , 6219 Helen Curtis 41 53 T. S. Dorsey 29 44 3, Duniop : 235 16 Jas. Duncan , , 91(55 Jas. Dunwoodie 100 29 Thos. Dwyer. 24 22 Geo. Dawson : 17 31 Tatman 177 20 < also served as superintendent of poor, jsuperictendenfe of schools and school inspector. The high esteem in which Mr, Glass has always- been held, was shown by the large concourse of sorrowing friends who gathcied to pay their last respects to him. His funeral services, conducted by Rey. L. Richards, were held in the Baptist church in Gilmore on Sunday, Dec. 18th, Mr, Glass leayes a wife and flye children: Herbert and Algernon Glass of Gilmore, Mrs. D. M. Cooley of South Haven, Mrs'. A. O. Shekel! of Farwell, and Mrs. S. D. Dunwoodie of Clare. s'SBfati^gai.'ssgsgca ®^©^^©"^a©<3^©-3&^v^SK^©^^©^©^ vug, Store. ® © i © © f ® JSeautifui tftoledav Soods at musselt$. There you will find much to interest, to attract, to please. The finest line of Perfumes. Beautiful Perfume Atomizers. The most beautiful and best line of Books for gifts that was ever brought to this city. * DOLLS, large and small and pretty. Medafions. Cuff and Collar Boxes, Bon-bon Dishes, Beautiful Mirrors for the dresser. Also, all lands of games for the Children, LEBHATSTIPSj ETC,r ETC. A fine line of mas I JHo stock could be more compr&hensive, up-to-date I and so thoroughly fitted to supply appropriate gifts for • J I all ages and conditions for every purse and taste. On» e # ly a, customers own.eyes can take in its full merits, f Therefore, we most "cordially invite a visit j or as many f visits as yon have time to make. . ' f I 0 STPT t The Druggist, ^^>©^&®^©<ak^0<Jt©^^'^©'<^©-^^©-^fcffl-<^e^a^©^',^<B'^'S8i'q^e'^b.9 ^ Snte7*s**£aJcen. There was left in the Republican office years ago, and advertised at the time, a well worn pocket book, no money'in it, It is here'yet--containK several tin types, a small photograph, a letter addressed to Mr, Orie Cramp- ton, Painsville, Saginaw Co., Mich., postmarked "Ereeland, May 18, 1890." Also a receipt given by Reardon Brothers to L Orampton, an agreement to sell a silver watch for 82.50, and some other little papers. There is another '•Jind" left here years ago, and advertised—a vest pocket memorandum book in which is a note for Five Hundred dollars dated at Grand Rapids, Aug. 4,1883 and payable to the- order of Jerrold M. Dameron. There are among the leaves of this book also several receipts given toM- E. Smiley and dated at Grand Rapids, The owners of these relics can have them without charge, but If they, are nat called for soon, they will be consigned to the fire,—Midland Republican. Through a recent purchase the Toledo & Ann Arbor - railroad company has come into possession of the Wisconsin &Michigan railway, which runs ■from Pesbtlgo harbor to Falthofn junction. Wis., a distance ot sixty miles. The Wisconsin & Michigan road will now he extended six miles to Pembine, whore it will connect with aj forty-mile logging railroad owned by Holmes & So.j. The latter road will be extended to tap a large tract of pine in Forest and VilascountidSestimated at 1,000,000,000 tent. Next year the Wisconsin & Michigan extension will reach the Menominee iron range, and the Ann- Arbop and Chicago ferry system will become great carriers of ore, The Toledo & Ann Arbor company is also making extensive preparations to handle more freight across Lake Mich- gan than ever during this winter's nayigation. Having purchased more heavy road enginps and more track In the yard at Frankfort, the company expects to handle with quicker dispatch more freight than any one line across the lake. Car ferries Nos. 1, 2 and 3 will run through Green Bay all winter.---Cadillac News and Express. A Petoskey young lady is said to have been cured of consumption by prayer. A happy, happy New Year! The joyous words ring forth again from rich and poor, to poor and rich. What do tbey mean, I wonder? Nothing at all, dear reader, unless following their utterance comes the steadfast purpose to help happiness grow and flourish in the three hundred and sixty-five days that lie beyond. A new era stretches before us—the uncut leaves of the calendar of 1899, We have no right to take upon our lips the words of joyous salutation without taking Into our hearts the desire of brightening the prospects of the world about our doors. "Ring out the false, ring in the true," in every friendship, in every tie of fellowship, that the real happinessof perfect understanding may dawn upon our social horizon. Thousands of new resolutions will spring intohirth with the new year, Hundreds of them will sink fco early oblivion before its first moon'sets. Nob all of these are to be mourned. The "survival of the Attest" will be the law in this progression as in others, and those which eood habits condemn as unnecessary, and circumstances crush as interlopers, will do best to fall quickly. If ynu look back over failures of the past; let the review only be an incentive to futuresuccess.—X-Roads Weekly. The Isabella sounty Partners1 Institute will be held in Shepherd, January 30, 31, and February 1st. w A \fizmtary Clearing Sale/ stock before taking our annual inventory oivFefr ug SPECIAL PRICES in every department. To reduce our 1st. We are makin ft? 2^ m 4b . JACKETS AND CAPES. Every gar-men t must be disr posed of this month. We rather invoice, cash than cloaks. This is your opportunity to secure a good garment at small price. Heavy beaver jackets braid trimmed, were $4 at 3.25v Rough cloth satin lined jack- etSj were $4 at 3.25 Fine black kersey jackets, were $5 at 4.15 $7 and 8.00 jackets at 5.75 Very fine kersey jackets, former price $9, $10 and $11, for 7.90. High grade jackets sold at $13*50 & 14.00 to close at$10 Longplush capes,serge lin-r ed, fur trimmed, former ■ prices, $7.50 and 8.50 at 6.50 Long .plush capes sateen lined, reduced to 5.00 Heavy double capes, fur trimmed/former price $3.38 reduced to 2.50. FURS. Just four collarettes left; One $3 French seal to close at 2.00 One $3 artrachan to close at Qt.yjQ One $9 im. marten to close at 6.50 One $18 astrachan and electric for 18.50. SHAWLS. Only a few left at 25 cent off regular prices. per LINENS, Low prices on staple linens. o-in heavy all linen crash 5c 18-in heavy all linen crash 7c 56-in unbleached table linen worth 35 at 29c. 72-in fine bleached table linen at 75c ' Large napkins $1 doz and up Red table damaskfrorh I7cup Heavy white bed spreads $r.25ivalues at 95c. Cheaper grades white speads from gOc up. COTTONS. Fruit of the Loom bleached 6c yard Lonsdale, bleached 6c yard Buck's head, heaviest unbleached 5c yard Remnants, 28-in unbleached 2ic yard One ease 29-ln white. ontlnQ, 4c yard Men's Laundered Shirts. All our 75c and $1.00 fancy bosom shirts with cuffs to match at 50c J • Notice. We will accept in payment of- subscription accounts the following articles; Beech and maple wood, good butter and eggs, potatoes, winter apples, etc. - Next time "you come to town just remember your account and take this easy means to settle, We will allow you the highest market price, •> Eespec'bfully, The Sentinhl. DRESS GOODS. An assorted lot of suitings, worsteds and serges, Values up to 39c at 25cyd An assorted lot of suitings, worsteds, etc., 42,49 and 50c at 39c Fine 50~in French serges, blue and brown, reduced to 50c yard 38-in fine silk finish, black henrietta 50c. 42-in fine black French serge: 50c H 52-in broadcloths. $1 val- m ues at 89c li Linings to the valueof $rfree it with every novelty dress pat- It tern at $4.50 or over sold this # month. W CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Reduced prices on Overcoats. The biggest values ever offered. Men's $5 black "beaver overcoats $4.00 88.00 and 8.50 overcoats at 6.75 $10 overcoats at - 8.50 $12 and $18 overcoats at - 10.00 $15 overcoats at $4.50 dark gray ulsters at 15.50 4.00 III PRINTS. Heavy twilled prints worth 7c at 5c _ - . Indigo blue prints 4c Best printed flannelettes, 7c Best blue and black twilled shirtings, 9c §5 dark gray ulsters, wool lined at --.-,-■' - - - 4.50 $7.50 ulsters at • - - - 6.50 $10 ulsters at - 8.50 Any suit or pair of pants in Our stock except black clau worsted at TO per cent off regular prices l/i/e are showing a large fine of Lace, Chenille and Tapestry Curtains at low prices. SHOES. Men's heavy sole satin calf shoes, reduced to $2.00 Men's heavy sole, box caff, leather lined shoes, were $3.75 at$3.00. Special values in Ladies shoes at $1.50 and $2.00. avtf dc Co* Wl^*k?ML Wood Cutting, I Offer to contract the cutting of 1,000 cords of 10-inch wood, all to be cubby next June. Apply-at Currie farm, , " - _ . If you want any blank receipt books, order books, contracts, tax receipts; or anything in that line, nicely printed and'-bound, leave your order at this office. We make a specialty of such work. Prices rights We Want and Must Have 500 New Subscribers Jr\ I %w^l^f:.V^JiLrN W NO<f.SODNER I m m m m $ m m m m m m m m m m £ II m m m m m m m n m A.
|Title||1899-01-06; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, January 6, 1899 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.|