1898-04-22; Clare Sentinel
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#• Established 1878. OLABE, MIOH. FRIDAY, APEIL 22, 1898 iii New Series: 'Vol. 6, No. 2i 'Round About Town. OLD GLORY 1 Tax sales, May 3. Remember the Maine! Johnnie, net your gun ! Arbor day, next week Friday. The Spanish reigny season in Cuba is about over. Old Mother Earth received a much needed drenching this week. The gay and festive trout will soon afforde amusement for the angler. May 1 is the flrst day of open season. Three Che era foi* the Red, White and Blue! Brilliant, re nuires.a good deal of attention, is sometimes unsteady on 'its legs, liable to explode when half full, flares up occasionally, is always out at bedtime, and Is* bound to smoke. Purely Personal. Why not organi7.e an independent military company here, ebinpOsed of the young men of the town and "vicin- i t y? Of cou rse we would n' t .be call ed upon for a year or so, but vvhon the summonsdid come, we'd know-'a.'l'hinf*" or two about drillin'. ISow, I/here's' Captain Charley Clark, who has signified a willingness to drill the boys. The "Merchant of Venice" at thc opera bouse next week Thursday eve- j ning. ! It's a thrilling sight lo see the stars j and stripes flung to the breeze from' the school house, flap-staffs about the, city and from a large number of busi- \ ness places. "Hank" Brown says tbat the difference between fighting Spaniards and playing base ball is this: In Uie-Span- ish game, if you catch the ball, its you yourself thats out. Residents of Michigan are taking a cheering view of material life. Labor Commissioner Cox who has been conducting a clipping bureau says that suicide in this state is decreasing. Arbor Day, Friday. April 29. Let the day be so fittingly observed that 1 the home and school grounds may be beautified and enriched, and the peo- i pie will be greatly prottted thereby. •""nrdsare out for the marriage ofi Iu is. Edna Elden a^d Mr. Neil Flanni- j San. The event will take place Wed- J ft nelda^, Ap.il 27,1898, at 3 p. m., at! |i^T_4;m*i'3e1-r-rori\lTj: ai__f Mrs. W. li.j Elden, east Sth street. j r^V Elder Graff, who has been the very able and hard-working pastor of the Church of God in this city for some time past, has resigned the work in Clare and vicinity to accept a call to the 1st Congregational church of i'ar- well. Judging from remarks dropped occasionally, we believe that a majority of the citizens of both Clare and Harrison would prefer to have thc Harrison train run as under the old schedule, instead of up at night and down in the morning. The Michigan School Moderator, pubii.--_.ea at Landing, p.\ -, _u_ following compliment to the Clare Public Schools: "Few towns the size of Clare have so fine a school laboratory. The tasty new catalog has a line view of it." The tasty catalog mentioned is the prouct of this printing house. A pleasant surprise party was tendered Mrs. Minnie Bradley at her home on west Sth street, Saturday afternoon, 4piil 10, in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Bradley was the recipient of several nice presents'*. After a delightful afternoon had been spent, all were served with the most delicious refreshments. The thrifty business man who plants a seasonable advertisement m the columns of The Sentinel will do a wise thing and reap a profitable harvest. This paper finds its way into the homes of men and women able"to purchase whatever marketable commodity strikes their fancy or wins their approbation. Wm. M, Temple will continue as supervisor of Redding township. When qualification day came around, Mart was loaded for foreigners, consequently C. H. Jones, bis opponent for the offlce of supervisor didn't qualify. Although an alien, Mr. Jones aspired to township offices and also held thc position of postmaster ab Temple under the preceding administration. A dispatch from Laport, Ind., states that the school children of Indiana, Michigan and Illinois may be asked to make penny contributions for a fund for-the relief of the starving CubtonSv. The movement has been indorsed by leading educators and in connection with the penny offerings patriotic exercises will be held. The movement will be extended to other states and promises to become national. Thc news that Spain had yesterday declared war against the United States was heralded in Clare by the shrieking of the mocking-bird Are whistle and the whisle. of the various milts throughout the city blowing in unison. In the evening it was verv evident, from tbe roar of cannon (firecrackers), the shooting of rockets and tbe stirring martial music of the ]S*orthey band, that thc war spirit had struck Clare. ^ A man recently presented his wife with a pinuo lamp, which she said she would name after him. On a-sking her the reason, she replied: Well, it has a great deal of brass about it, is handsome to look at, is not remarkably List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Clare po^t offlce for the week ending Saturday, April 16,1898, Persons claiming these letters please call fqr "Advertised Iisiters:'' . Walter Olaydon, Charley Garin, Walter E. Flamell, James BU i. bulbs, Howard, Seeley, A. L. Seeley, E. J", Ward, T. A. Wilkinson, Mrs. Anna Betham, Miss Nellie Hill % Mrs. Sarah* Malsh, Miss Isabella Miller, Maggie Straw- heck, Fourth class—Maggie Straw- beck. .'.',. The Reichstag of the Bay View Redding Circle will meet Monday. April 25, with Mrs. Graves. The following is the program: Chapters XV, XVI, History of Germany. - Johanna Ambrositta—Edith Wolsey. Disabilities and Characteristics of German Women, and Woman Movement in Germany.—Miss Kaye. German Art—Mrs. Goodman, Wilhemina—Belle Ironmunger. Belt_i_ Ibonmunqbk, Sec'y. Readers of The Sbntikei. are specially requested to examine its advertising columns before coming to'town to trade. Observation has demonstrated that i. is the active, wideawake business man or firm who advertises, that is the most accommodating, sells the cheapest, and deals the most liberal in every way. The advertisements of the principal dealers of Clare always appear in the columns of this paper. Deal with chem and watch our columns closely for bargains. Mt. Pleasant Times: Lasb jvlonday Geo. H. Sauford moved tc his new farm just cast of Clare. He has -lived on his Lincoln farm for twen_3^six years, and his long-time neighbors arc loth to see him leave them, *He has been identLae-__yJJ]}J^mwMk&i$h£ county, taking an active part in politics until his health failed, and the object of the change is to get near his son, Dr. Sanford of Clare, so that he may receive medical treatment. Mrs. Sanford is a refined, genial woman, and the community in which they i locate will find them a pleasant addition to their neighborhood. 4 nsrai Drug store. » « Married, at thc residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grimason, of Vernon twp., on April 10, 1898, at 1 p. m., Mr. John Northon and Miss Anna Grimason, Rev, J. S. De- Long pei forming the ceremony. Only the immediate relatiyes and friends were present, as follows: Mr. and Mr*-. .1. Grimason. Mrs. C. Northon, Mi a. E. Ratney, Mr. _.ud Mrs. George Armstrong of Farwell, Mrs. W. Mor- den, Mr. and Mrs. S. Ramey, Mr. and Mrs. Venner, Mr. atfd Mrs. Ed North- on, Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. C. Flood, Mr. and Mrs. 3. Roe, Oscar Northon, Misses Charlotte and Lena Northon. Misses Eva and Edna Seeley, Geo. Morden, Mrs. J. S. De- Long. The newly weeded couple received some very nice presents. The groom is the owner of a farm in Vernon, where they will make their home. The Sentinel joins tbeir friends tn wishing them every joy. $hs, D. J. Fox is very ill. "MFrs. S. O. Kirkbride is quite ill, £..•__. Rockwell to Harrison, Wednesday. .Robert Dunigan, of Gilmore, was in Clare, yesterday. 'JfciBicknell is transacting business iOiJbetrQit this week, :j^H. Ballinger has been in Shepherd during the week. ^4Redson, of St. Louis, in the city sei _Val days this week. ijjdvid Wolsey returned, Monday, to. hi,1, 6tudies at Big Rapids. '•Mrs, Jenuie Cunningham returned, Monday, to Traverse City. '& F. Nelson, of Tins Se_*t_nei_,_ spent Sunday in Mil -.aukee. Emerson Orth, of Saginaw, spent Sufi'day in Clare with his parents. 'l\ S. Dorsey, of the Olare Granite 'ar-J Marble Works, was in Evart, yesterday. ^Iberb 0. Allen, of Russell, Isabella coin.}', has been granted a pensiou of SO a month, J'.'T. Harvie,*of Beaverton, formerly of.Farwell, was transacting business btifi, Tuesday. Rev. Graff preached in the Congregational church ao Reed 'City, last Sunday morning and evening. JEYanlcie Dwyer, aforrfier Clare boy. visited relatives here this week on his way to Chicago, from California. Geo. McKeever this week moved his family into the Tom Nailor house on eR.fi State street, which he has purchased. -Mrs, Jas. Louch was summoned to Ck.s City, last week, by a telegram containing the sad intelligence of the death of a sister. Mrs. R. H. Jenney, has been conflp- 0(3, to her bed foi some time past Although somewhat improved, she 'still suffers greatly. Mrs, J. Mason has been condned to her, home during the past week, hav* in^received a painful injury by stepping on a rhsty nail, Arbor, are tiie guests of Mr. and""_._r_. R. H. Jenney, west 7th street. R. A, and R. H. are brothers. Miss Agnes McGinty, who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parker for the past month, re turned to her home in Gladwin yesterday. Alex Imerman, of Thompsonville, was in the city several days last week, and while here purchased the J. P. Hess stock of merchandise, Mr. Hess having decided to go out of business, D. R. Rorison, who recently accepted a position with Morley, Bros., Sag! naw, spenb Sunday in Clare. Mr. Rorison will soon move his family and household goods to -Saginaw. We understand the Rorison residence will be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Haley. Mrs. J. C. Rockafellow returned, Monday evening, from Saginaw, Where she has been for the past several weeks receiving medical treatment, previous to which she was at the home of her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Stroupe, of Grand Blanc. Mrs. Rbckafellow is unable to walk, and a great sufferer. m/ai To Paint a Town f* It is not always necessary to paint JE it a carmine color, when you can get all '». colors ana shades at MITSSEDL'S who _k keeps on hand the celebrated ••_ . SHERWlK-WIF-LIfliHS FAINTS. § Better Paint Now f Than to wait till the leaves % •are on the vines and they have % begun to put forth their new f- shoots. Now thei* can be taken down from your porch and replaced without damaging them, but later in the season this cannot be done so well. A coat of paint, now, will protect the wood-work and preyent ib from shrinking or splitting during the hot weather of the coming summer. Better to pay for paint now than a big carpenter's bill later on. Our prices are al* ways right for the best materials This isthe time of year to Begin Tliin-Cing; About renovating your homes. Call and see our new stock of IPapesr. A great assortment to pick from, and prices to suit all classes. Don't Forget We keep all kinds of Pure Drugs, Patent Medicines, Toilet Articleg. fkt mU©01BI^I_,-,_3_ One Reason For War. Of all the questions of the day About the pending war with Spain, The horrors pictured day by day, The base destruction, of the Maine, And all such things—I cannot see Just what the'faults or merits are; Bub Cuba should, I vow, be ime Because it grows the best cigar! O country of the weed sublime! I send you cheer across the wave— At last, at last has come the time To cud the fetters of the slave! E'en ehould your sins be scarlet, yet Undimmed for aye should be your star And freedom shall be yours, you bet, Because you grow toe best cigar! * Yes, Cuba grows the best cigar, and they're manufactured for wholesale and retail trade, at Clare, by W. P. Lewis, one door south of the post office. Mrs. J. T. Palmer, of Mario*., died suddenly last nigb t at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Eick", just east ot,the city. The funeral services will be held at 2 u. fn., Sunday, at the Baptist church. '98 Models. 'Tis now the time of the chainless wheel. And the wireless telegraph; Of smokeless powder and horseless cabs, Of the stockingless foot and calf; Of bloodless duels, penniless dukes, Of childless kings and earls; * And now as ever while lovers love . 'Tis the time of heartless girls I A Drauaatic Treat. The appearance of the WilliamO wen Company at Doherty opera house ijext Thursday evening in Shakespeare's splendid play, "The Merchant of Venice," will indeed be a treat for bur public. This excellent company comprises 14 artists supporting one of the most prominent young tragedians on the stage today, Mr. William Owen. The aggregation is thoroughly equipped and their costumes are very elaborate. The prices will be 25, 35 and 50 cents.- Reserved seats can be had at the post office. ' Mrs, Annie Hursh died April IS, and was buried the 20th, She Was born in Ireland 55 years ago, came to America when 19 years of age, coming to Clare county in 1868, She leaves two children, Willie Hursh and Mrs. Claud Wilson, who desire to extend their gratitude to those who assisted them in their bereavement, ?^*#*il|i#llll*S*^f0|illll#^^IIIISIIIIjP m i # # s> 1/ 1 f M1 f TTVW **Tf 1 ..H*""!.!''!! This store is every day proving its advantages as 0 shopping place. The various departments are. complete with the latest spring novelties. Nowhewe else will you, find as extensive lines io^seleetfrom. Nowhere else will yoio find the prices whittled to such a close margin'basis. ' • WASH DRESS GOODS. Dainty1 "in coloring, more artistic than ever in design, in all the,attractive piintings of the season. Imported organdies". ...*.,..*. 25c yd Printed dotted Swiss mull., 18c yd Fine organdie checks ..;.; 15c yd Organdie boucle '.".".. , ISayd Silver star madras • — 15c yd* Extra quality zephyr gingham. .15c yd 1 One Case Zephyr B.ocde, worth 18c at 12Sc yd, % FANCY PARASOL <_»— §_: Novelties in china and taffeta silk, white, black §S and colors, trimmed in ruffles and chiffon $1.00 to $fe.OO. J UMBRELLA BARGAINS. # ^^,La;'ge.;gtorm..un.bv,eUaB .*.....,...._- -. 50b* J| Z= Ladies' line glortK'Ifteei^ v'*--. igF 2S • an extra bargain at 50c ■ |^ StE Ladies fine silk serge umbrella, steel rod, para- $&■ ;£_ gon frame, natural crook handles $1.00 HI? HOSIERY. Ladies' seamless black hose 5c pair Ladies'fine seamless black hose, extra value, 3pr 25c Ladies' fine ribbed hose, spliced heel and toe, guaranteed fast black 15 c pair- Ladies' very fine imported hose, regular made, high spliced heel, double sole, Hermsdorf black, equal to many sold at a quarter at 19c $ pairs ior , .' 50c Ladie^1 very fine, regular made hose, patent .Split soles 25cpair- Superior quality ladies' Hermsdorf black hose put up 3 pairs in box .,.$1.00 box IN e*w patterns in fancy stitch, lisle thread hose, 50c pr Misses black ribbed hose, 5c pair Misses extra heavy black ribbed hose, - 10c pair Misses very fine narrow ribbed hose, bright lustrous black, double knees, high spliced heel, worth 20c, at - ' - - 15c. pair Van Brunt & Son have 10 bushels of nice hard onions which they will sell at I2c a peck or 40c a bushel. Otaod residence property in Midland to exchange for* property ia Cjare. Inquire at this office. 3 SPECIALS IN LADIES VESTS. Ladies' fine ecru vests, half sleeves at - 2 for 25c Ladies' fancy lace and tape trimmed, sleeveless vests, - - • - 2 for 25c Yery fine white lisle thread fancy open work knit, Y shape neck, neck and sleeves trimmed with wide lace and silk tkpe - 25c each KID GLOVES. . The qualities of our kid gloves are kept at the top notch. Grloves fitted in the store, and fit guaranteed. Try us for your next pair. * Eupert, 2 clasp, heavy weight, just the thing for cycling and driving, black and colors, $1.00 Imogene fine kid, black and colors, - il.00> Henrietta, very fine kid, colors and black - $1.5©/ MEN'S COTTONADE PANTS "Well made, heavy drill pockets, worth * 75c, our special price, ... - 590 pair- Men's crash hats in correct styles......25c, 50c, $1.00 Men's cloth caps, *..-•...._ 25c and 50c DAVY & CO., Leading DRY GOODS, : ■■■ CLOTHING/ -'■:"■' -*.-i SWOESTOBE; • " ■"! ipA^^^^fe l**fH?*w*wV 3Pt>»'Sffi' "-w •? ■•^.
|Title||1898-04-22; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, April 22, 1898 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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