1900-06-15; Clare Sentinel
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""" " ",?*»■> n l-*< ■*» J* H w*- Sstalalisbedl878. CLARE, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JTJJME 15, 1900. New Series: Vol.8, No. 29 New Advertisements. JrH. Wilson, gent's furnishing. Davy & Co., dry goods, clothing. A. J. Doherty & Sons, hardware. W. Wolsev, dry goods, clothing, fiaumgarth Bros-, dry goods. L. E. Davy to Evart Tuesday. Ernest Brewer was in Farwell Tuesday. Olate Honeywell was down from Farwell this morning. J. W. Calkins spent part of the week in Grand Rapids, T>. W. Rowe of Farwell was in the city on business Tuesday. V. R. Davy of Evart visited relatives in the city Wednesday. A. J. Lacv was in Mt, Pleasant on professional business Monday. Rev. Father Malone of Midland was in the city the tirst of the week. O. L. Burdick of Mt. Pleasant visited at the home of the editor yesterday. Forty persons ate dinner Thursday at Thayer's restaurant on the South side. Faust was played to an appreciative audtence at the opera house last evening. The sidewalk in front of Gregory Martell's residence was relaid this week. A. VanBruntf and R. M. Mussell were on a fishing trip at Lake this week. Bert Hill of Coldwater visited la9c week at the .home otM. E. Brewer in Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. John Dusten are in Hayes township conducting revival meetings. Jay O'Donald returned yesterday from an extended visit to relatives in tbe East. E. E.' Hubel, the bicycle man, made a business trip to Grand Rapids the first of the week. Wm. McQuistion went to Saginaw Tuesday where he expects to secure employment. Teacher's examination will be conducted at Farwell Thursday and Friday, June 21, and 22. Mrs. John Wilson of Yernon returned yesterday from a two weeks' sojourn in Coleman. Mrs. W. T. Davies left Monday for a week's visit to her sister, Mrs. Lee Smith, of Grand Rapids. Miss Ella Harris arrived Monday evening from Cleveland, Ohio, and will remain here indefinitely. Mrs, C. 8. Chase was in Grand'Rapids this week representing the Clare L. O. T. M. at the state convention. Mrs. James Grimason of Vernon is visiting at the home of her son, John, at Rotterdam Tunction, N .Y. Mrs. Anna Welch and grand, daughter, Miss Ruby White, visited friends in Farwell last Saturday. W. J. Dwyers cow was killed by the west hound passenger train on the Main street crossing last evening. Rainbow trout to the number of 60,- 000 were planted in the various trout streams in this locality this week. Mrs. R. H. Jenney and daughter, Gladys, of Mancelona are in the city visiting friends, having came Monday, James Stough of Saginaw, formerly employee on the P. M. railroad here, came up Friday for a short visit with friends. Remember the India Famine social in the Bogardus building on west Main street tomorrow afternoon and evening. A. 0. Hanchett, who for the past eeyeral months has been in the Upper Peninsula, returned home the first of the week. Mrs. L. E. Davy and little daughter, Mildred, went to Saginaw Tuesday for a few days' visit with friends. They return Friday. H. M. Brown returned from Grand Rapids last Saturday having been in attendance at the state G. A. R. encampment. Mrs. F. H. Ballinger of Shepherd arrived in the city Tuesday for a week's visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Is. Bicknell. Miss Myra Louch returned ibis week from her college dutie's at Albion. She will spend tbe summer here and resume ber work next September. G. W. Graham was down from Far- well Tuesday. George is obliged to bobble around on crutches now, having a severe attack of rheumatism^ Henry Denison, who for the past week has been visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. S. J. Davy, returned to his homo in Grand Rapids yesterday." Word was received here this week to the effect that Mrs. Scott Swarthout, nee Myrta Garland, of Lake View, is the proud mother of a baby girl born Sunday, Mrs. Tims. Dwyer, Mrs. George Jackson and.Mrs. J. H. Wilson visited friends in Grand Rapids this week and incidentally took in the L. O. T. M. convention. " Mrs. 0. A. Flanagin of Chicago arrived in the city last Friday and will Spend much of the summer visiting at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Elden, Richard Cook, one of Winterfield township's prosperous farmers, was in the city the latter part of last week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Dusten. In response to the invitations to commencement exercises sent out oy the class of 1900, the members have received many pleasing and most encouraging Teplies. The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Her-, bert Allen on west Sixth street is being greatly improved in appearance tht3 week,—new porch, newly shingled, painted and papered, Mrs, 0. W. Perry received a cablegram Saturday to the effect that Messrs. Perry and Jackson arrived safely at Liverpool. More# will be heard from them later. Mrs. J. D. Allen and children, Charles and Gracie, of Alba, arrived in the city Monday for a two weeks' visit, having come down especially to attend the graduation exercises. Mortie Brewer, Charles, George and Henry Ackerman, Eli Ramey, James McPhall and Frank Falk, Sr., returned the latter part of last week from a fishing trip to Long Lake. • G. H. Sutherland went to Detroit Tuesday to attend the state bankers' convention, and returning, will be accompanied by his wife and daughter who have visited there the past wees. D. E. Alward returned from the national capital last Friday, and Tuesday he went to Grand Rapids to meet with the republican state central committee before taking up his duties as secretary. Miss Nellie Presley w,as obliged to leave ber school work this week because of illness. Dr. Gray says she is threatened with an attack of malarial fever but taking it in time, be thinks he can check it. Mrs. A. J. Doyle of Saginaw visited in Clare the latter part of last week, guest at the home of Mrs. L. E. Davy. On returning she was accompanied by Miss Florence Davy, who returns with her mother today. Jesse Minnis and M. Dt Clute were in Grand Rapids this week as representatives of the Olare and Colonville tents K. O. T. M., the state conven> tion having been held this week at Michigan's second city. The Herrick Full Cream Cheese Co. are now very successfully operating and the output of flrst-class cheese per day will average 400 pounds. There are fifty patrons and the amount of milk daily consumed is about 4,000 pounds. W. T. Davies went to St. Johns yesterday in response to a message announcing the serious illness of his father. In the absence of both Mr. and Mrs. , Davies, F. E. Doherty is waiting on customers at the jewelry store. Mrs. H. Hubbard of South Frankfort was in the city the latter part of last week on her way home from a visit to friends in Loomis and Coleman. She says she looks forward with much interest to the weekly arrival of the Sentinel. At high noc n Tuesday at the Catholic church near Oalkinsville occurred the marriage of Mr. James Manley and Miss Emma McDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen McDonald, of Vernon, Father Malone performing the ceremony. The Sentinel extends congratulations. MiBs Sophie Stoll, for years the e£Q- cient head waitress at the Calkins, is enjoying a well-earned vacation, and yesterday morning went to Duluth where she will spend the summer. Her brother, John, is sailing on Lake Superior and Sophie expects to spend much of her time on the watcn A Temple of Rathbone Sisters of about sixty charter members was instituted at Traverse City, Mich., June 11th, by Mrs. W. L. Lyons, G. T. of Clare, Mich. The ladies chose the name Hannah for their Temple after Hon. £erry Hannah of Traverse, City. The Knights of Pytblaa Lodge of that city number 275. Thomas Presley yesterday sold his fine farm in Grant township to Geo. VY. Easier of Corunna, who will take immediate possession, consideration, $2500. Mr, and Mrs. Presley are as yet undecided as to where they will locate,, but will reside in Clare for a time. We just learned of the marriage of our former Clare boy, Wm, Ash, to Miss Emma Sawyer of Flint, It was a quiet wedding at the home of the bride's parents, the immediate relatives only being in attendance. They will make their home in Lansing, The Sentinel joins Will's many Clare friends in extending congratulations. The Reed City Clarion has been in existence twenty-eight years, and sixteen years of that time the well known newspaper man, "Ren" Barker, has been publisher. The anniversary number, recently published, is one of the bandsomestand mostcomplete editions ever published in tb is section of the state, and one of which Reed City can well be proud. Miss Lida Doherty and Miss Lydia Ort returned this week from Albion college where they had a most pleasant and profitable year's study. Miss Doherty will return next year and enter the regular course besides taking work in the conservatory, Miss.Ort is as yet undecided regarding returning next year but if she does she will graduate next June from both normal and literary departments. The eighth grade and commencement exercises will be held at the opera house on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings respectively and the admission has been arranged at a very low fee. Students of the Olare school will be admitted to the exercises both Tuesday and Wednesday for ten cents each; all others co both exercises fifteen cents each. Tickets may be procured at the post office where they will also be reserved for both nights. At the M. E. parsonage at Mt. Pleasant last Thursday, Dr. Albro officiating, were united in marriage Mr. Albert Lockwooa, foreman on A. J. Doherty's big stock farm, and Mrs. P. Callam, also of Vernon. Mr. Lock- wood has lived in that township for years and is a highly respected citizen and Mm Lockwood is well and favorably known to the people of Clare and Isabella counties, and their host of friends will unite with us in extending them heartiest wishes for a happy wedded'life. The grammar department and high school hoys were indulging in a friendly game of ball last Saturday when they were interrupted by outsiders who persisted in making themselves generally obnoxious, and to the extent that one was arrested, taken before Justice Carpenter and fined something in the neighborhood of $8. The school boys are to be commended for taking so much abuse without resistance, and doubtless the convicted has learned an excellent though somewhat expensive lesson. We lefrain from mentioning names and trust such actions will not be manifested on similar occasions in the future, W. A. Forward, who has been in' poor health for two years past, died at his home east of the city Saturday. Deceased was horn in Richmond, Canada, and at twenty-one years of age he married Miss Nancy Martin and soon after came to Isabella county near Loomis where they resided until last January when .they came to Clare. The funeral was conducted Monday, Rev. S. C. Robinson officiating and the remains interred in Cherry Grove cemetery. His wife and one daughter survives, who have the sympathy of the entire community and in this connection they wish ua to thank those who so kindly aided them in their sad bereavement. Arrangements were made to hold the Alumni association at the Calkins, but a change was necessary and now arrangements have been completed to hold same at the Stevens house. Invitations were issued this week and to be sure of a plate it will he necessary for you to secure your tickets of O. M. Sutherland, on or before June 16. The banquet was held once before at the Steyens house and was enjoyed by a goodly number, and Mrs. Stevens promises the committee this year a very fine spread and at the moderate sum of forty cents-per plate. Seats for sixty will he provided and there are invitations out for-, about eighty, so to be sure of a plate, don't fail to secure your tickets at the appointed time and place. First come first ser- yed. The banquet will commence promptly at ten o'clock and will end not later than twelve. This last fact is stated so that those who have heretofore objected to the lateness of the' closing and might remain away thinking that in this respect this year will be a reoetition of last, may be in attendance. 'mmmmm?^ll^##iillswnmm, Milliijeri) All Beady Trimmed and Ready to Wear ■ ««.rl/\ 1 o>.B» at QUARTER OFF regular Price. 0 a avy and ompany ZlAe ZBusi/ Stores. Ladies* Stock Collars--. An Attractive Line in New- Designs at 25 ceijfcs. % ~ Special Sate of New Attractive and Up-To~Date Merchandise Bargain Prices. at 3 £ 9?ew Shirt ll/aists fc- The leading Shirt Waists for this Summer £E is the White Shirt Waist. We ran JgE across a manufacturer who was overstocked and secured an extensive assortment at a big discount. They are in the newest •designs, handsomely trimmed and are' marked at very low prices, See the gar- ^ ments we are selling at p $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 | \Xosiery SSarffam ^ One Case Misses' Extra Heavy Black Rib- Sr bed Hose made to sell at 15c per pair. g- Owing to slight imperfections in the manu facture we are selling them at lOcper pair. jinother jVtbbon Special AU Silk Luminous Taffeta Ribbon, wide widths, especially adapted for Belts and Neckwear, in sixteen beautiful colors No. 40 at 15c No. 60 at 18c % Some 2&asA Soods §= SPECIALS g~ Short lenghts of Fine Ginghams per yd. 5c %z Short " of 39 in. fine Gingham lOc f~ Short " of 36 in. very fine Prints 5= Madras (15c quality) at 74c H ^Underskirts gr at Bargain Prices. JfE New Line of Underskirts made of Extra St: Heavy Satine, with 12 inch accordeon plait- g£: ing in Black and Colors just received this S"""" at & $1.00 c o R T S An Event! Trial Models c Flexibone \j —y O 3 R As a test of these incomparable life- modeled corsets the manufacturers ,^ghave placed ■with us a limited number of special trial and advertising models,, with all the dominant features preserved, which will afford our fair patrons the rare opportunity of testing "the form-retaining, form-creating, and wonderful wearing qualities of this excellent corset at ONE DOLLAR PER PAIR. Remember our Clothing Department gs DAVY & COMPANY. 1 EVERYTHING TO WEAR. ^UiiU44UlUiU4UUUi4U4ii4ii4UiiiiUUiiUiiiii COMMENCEMENT WEEK. Final Preparations Beine Made for Promotion and Graduation Exercises. Never before has more interest been manifested in our city schools, and because of this interest, it is safe to say that our schools were never in better condition. Each year is an improvement over the preceding, and the showing of the commencement week now atshand will without doubt prove the truth of this assertion. On Tuesday evening, June 19, occurs the eighth grade commencement exercises at the opera house, and below we give the program and names of the members: PROGRAM. Overture "La Fiesta" Orchestra Invocation - - Rev. M, Knowles Salutatory - - Eunices Hubel Class History - Ruddle Schaeffer Song "Flag of the Free" Class ot'04 Oration "Our Country" Verne Clark Recitation "Intensely Utter" MattieArtley Waltz "Queen Marion" Orchestra Humorous Sketch RoyMcKinnon Character Sketoh "Evangeline" Nina Bberhart Trio—"Wlegenieid" aliases Artley, Barclay andKetchUin " Class Prophecy MaryTatman Advice to Seventh Grade Mae Barclay Presentation of Diplomas Bell Drill Boys 017th and 8th Grade March MattieArtley Verne Clark Nina Bberhart Eunicea Hubel Jennie Lowry Arthur Mussell May Palmer Hairy Pierce * Jennie Stanley 'Philippine" Orchestra GRADUATES: Mae Barclay Samuel DcWd Frank Feigbrier "' 3dhh Jachsdrf RoyMcKinnon Koy Niemeyer Burdette Palmer Buddie Schaefler Mary Tatman The regular commencement exercises of the class of 1900, which is composed of four members,—Helon B. Allen, Beatrice Fall, Louie B. Louch and Belle Ironmonger,— will be given at the opera house Wednesday evening, June 20. The class is a strong one and with the preparation they have made, will doubtless credibly acquit themselves on this occasion. Below we give the PROGRAM: Overture "Calantha" Orchestra Invocation - - Rev. A, C. Barclay Vocal Solo Selected Mrs. Gerald E. Lamb Character Sketch (Helen Keller) Louie B. Louch Piano Solo Selected Mrs. O. M. Sutherland Essay "Darkness Brings Out the Stars" Belle Ironmunger. Quartette Misses Bruske, Elden and Messrs. Buell, Mussell Essay "Sweet Mercy, Nobility's True Badge" Beatrice Fall Gavatte Waltz "When Knighthood vras in Flower" Orchestra Oration Our Flag Helon B. Allen Music "Yellow and Blue" ClasB ot 'oo Presentation of Diplomas F. C. Sanf ord, M. D, Maroh "Clare" Orchestra, We will publish the oration and essays in tbe succeeding issues of the Sentinel. Picture Framing. Having just received a large lot of picture moulding we are now prepared to frame your pictures of any size at reasonable prices. Over fifty samples of moulding to select from. WiLLOtrGHBf, the photographer. For Sale, One cook stoye, one heating stove, and one Domestic sewing machine, Cheap if taken before June 20. Mrs. John Hosted t t © Church and Society, e The Other Aid will meet Wednes<- . day, June 20, with Mrs. J. D. Dun- woodie. Special communication, John Q. Look Lodge, Jb\ & A. M., Tuesday,/ June 19, 1900. U. R. K. of P. will meet at Castle, r hall Monday evening, Junel8, at eight '*. , o'clock. Rank work and drill. Please attend if possible, C, Hv Clark, captain. ' - Regular evening Services in the Various churches are dispensed with Sunday, owing to the baccalaureate- sermon which will be delivered by', Rev. S. 0. Robinson at. the opera-- .. house. Wednesday evening, June 20, at the- home of Mr. and Mrs. James O'Grady" in Vernon, one mile south and tfereft' west of Clare will be given a supper. Mr. and Mrs. O'Grady wih spaie no time or pains to give those, attending an excellent time. Pro-_ ceeds for the Clare Catholic "church \ building fund. All are cordially. in- . vited. Rigs at Hoibrook's store. On Sunday, June' 17th, the^'Anpi Arbor R. R. will run another'*''of'its popular excursions to Crystal Lake and Frankfort. Train ieayes"S8are at 7:22 a, m., Fare for the, round-, trip $1, 00. Children under twelve years of age half the above rate,- Returning' train leayes Frankfort at '6.00.;. Crystal Lake 6.20 p. m. ■•' •" "
|Title||1900-06-15; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, June 15, 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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