1900-08-17; Clare Sentinel
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__■ Established 1878. 0immmtimmimmm OLABB, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1900. New Series: Vol.8, No. 88 l\ > -, -V 'J it I I h L il—if— I,"* and Hearsay Happening. Mrs. G,Dersnehis on the sick list this week. Dr. Shaw of Calkinsville was seen on our streets Tuesday. Charles Johnson made a business trip to Farwell Saturday. Samuel Gray returned Monday from his trip down the St. Lawrence. J. W, Updegraff and Ab. Gardner of Farwell were in the city Tuesday. T. B. Hirt of Cadillac visited over Sunday with his family id tbis city. Miss Eena Rorison of Evart visited relatives and friends in Clare this week. Miss Vernon Laughlin of Harrison visited Wednesday with Miss Anna Dersnah. H. M. Roys and A. MeLeod of Far- well were in the city on business last Saturday. The Free Methodist conference convenes at Lake View commencing August 22. Miss Louie Louch returned Tuesday from an extended visit to relatives in and near Cass City. Miss Anna Malcolm of Saginaw is visitmerat the home of her sister, Mrs. F. B. Doherty. Mrs. A. J. Lacy returned Tuesday from her recent visit to friends in Illinois and Indiana. Mrs. Murney Bell went Wednesday to Frankfort for two weeks' visit with relatives and friends. Rev. W. H. Bodine preaches his farewell sermon in the F. M. church next Sunday evening. Miss Lilian Halstead offers for sale at a moderate price and on easy terms her Hallett & Davis piano. Senator Pierce of Oscoda and D. E. Alward of Detroit took ia Field Day sports ab Clare Wednesday. Mrs. Emmet Houk of Mt. Pleasant it. visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. F. Bristol, in this city. Miss Clara Bruske returned from the North Monday after a most delightful visit of four weeks' duration. David Clark and family are among the Clareites who attended tbe M, E. camp meeting at Reed City. Remember the Sunday School Rally at Clare August 21 and 22, This is next week Tuesday and Wednesday. Clayton Decker of Conneaut, Ohio, was in the city Wednesday, He bas been visiting friends in Mt. Pleasant. Mrs, Thos. Seath of Evart and Mrs. Culver of Carson City were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Derby this week. Herbert Luce of Owosso visited friends in Clare Wednesday. Yesterday he went for a two weeks' vi3it in Menominee. Rev. J. S. DeLong of Gladwin wheeled over to Clare this morning and took the train for the M. E. camp meeting at Reed City. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Lamb and daughter leave for Detroit this morning after a four weeks' visit at the home Of Dr, and Mrs. G. E, Lamb, Miss Louise Bruske went to Detroit tbe first of the week for a two weeks' visit before taking up her duties as teacher in the Saginaw schools, Regg Wait, formerly foreman at the Courier office, and now attending the Ferris Institute at Big Rapids, was 3d tbe city a short time last Friday. Mrs. Emma Rock of St. Ignace arrived in the city Wednesday and will remain for an extended visit, guest at the home of her brother, D. J. Fox, • Editor Burleson of the McBain Chronicle was in the city Wednesday between trains, on his way home from the Senatorial convention at Roscommon. Mrs. W. T. Davies of St. Johns arrived in the city Tuesday for a yisit at the home of her son, the jeweler. Her husband is expected to arrive tomorrow evening. Road districts Ave, six and seven, Grant township, have purchased a new road maker. It was tried on Fifth street Tuesday evening and worked yery nicely. James Rogers is very ill of inflam- atory rheumatism at his home in Vernon, A supper and dance were given at the home of Jos, Hendrie's for his benefit Tuesday evening, The evangelist, H. E. Rossell, will preach In Gospel hall Saturday evening* August 18th, also Lord's day, August 19th, morning and evening. AJJOtdial invitation to all. NAMED FOR SENATE. Republicans of the 28th District Meet at Roscommon and Nominate Alfred J. Doherty, of Clare. Roscommon, Aug. 14—At the republican convention held here today, Alfred J. Doherty, of Clare was nominated for state senator from the Twenty-eighth senatorial district. The convention was interesting from staitto finish, but did notlast long and the best of feeling prevailed. There were three candidates: Senator Alyah G. Smith, of Missaukee, who sought renomination; Dr, 0. L. Nauuian, of Ogemaw, who was a candidate before the convention two years ago, and Mr. Doherty. There was lively campaigning all day Monday and np to one o'clock this afternoon when th6 convention was called to order. The pre- was packing shingles in the Clare mills a few y«ars ago, and is now a prosperous merchant aud farmer. He was born in New York state forty-two years ago, came to Michigan in 1878, settled in Olare village where he h'-is ever since resided, always industrious, always frugal, always public spirited, always generous, and these qualities aDd his staunch Republicanism and rigid honesty, are what sent him over to the senatorial conyention with such loyal home backing and won for him so many frieuds there. He has a pleasant home in Clare. His wife is as public spirited as he is himself. Two sons, Floyd E. and Frank B., are ■ • \ *r«5 .'»•'. ,** :". /XT-y^ST-*? ;'"„' "*■; $ ""./a,'-**1*'. •• * .-•*. . ' t, •!■■:".A . L - _L&J - A ... C'l isfju.j ■**'? i*"**i ?*> -'"^'i'/Wfe*/' , -««.lSfv*.'<- .' *"\ **i***»W ALFBED J. DOHERTY. liminaries were quickly arranged and then George J. Cummins, of Harrison, presented Mr. Doherty, Delegate James Ross, of West Branch presented Dr. Nauman and Hall, of Lake City, performed the same seryice for Senator Smith. One ballot did the business, Doherty receiving twenty one votes, Smith six, and Nauman five. The nomination of Mr. Dohertv was immediately made unanimous amid cheering and the convention adjourned after selecting a new district committee, with S. C, Kirkbride, of Clare, as chairman, and Stuart Gordon, of Oscoda county as secretary. The following resolutions were adopted: The Republicans of th* Twenty- eighth senatorial district cordially endorse the principles set forth in the national and state platforms of our party, and enthusiastically ratify the nomination of McKinley and Roose- yelt and of Aaron T. Bliss, and the whole Republican state ticket. We pledge tbat the nominee ot this convention will in every particular advocate and work and vote for the legislation demanded by our state platform, and for all measures for equal and just taxation of the people. He is hereby instructed to vote for tbe nomination and election of Hon. James McMillan, fcr United States senator. Alfred J, Doherty, the nominee, in partnership with bim in the hardware business. An only daughter, Miss Lida, is a student at Albion college, and Fred, the youngest, is a ten year old school boy. Mr. Doherty has a splendid farm of 640 acres, four miles from Clare, and A. J. gives this his personal attention. He will be elected senator, Every county of tbe Dine in the district is safely Republican, insuring a majority for tbe popular Clareite of two or three thousand.—Saginaw Courier-Herald. * * * Among those who attended the Senatorial convention at Roscommon this week, are: S. C. Kirkbride, T. S. Dor- sey, O. Beeuier, J. L. Welch, A. J. and F. B. Doherty of Clare, and Messrs. Cummins, Cole and F. M. Morrisey of Harrison. * * * Our delegates to the conyention acknowledge their appreciation for the hospitable manner in which they were entertained by the Roseommon- ites while there. Eyerytbing was done to make their sojourn pleasant, * * * One especially notable feature of the convention was the pleasant feeling that existed between the delegates, A. J. was nominated, really, before the convention was called to order, and as soon as the result of the first ballot was announced the convention went wild with enthusiasm. Mrs. W. P. Lewis left the first of the week for an extended visit to her parents in Dover, Maine, and to her brothers in Saco, same state. She will have a most delightful trip, Eldred Hornung has fully recovered from his recent attack of small pox and returned to his home Monday. Tuesday he went to Detroit where he expects to secure a position. Every township committee should now prepare to make calls for the various caucuses to elect delegates to the county convention, A full delegation should be sent from every township. Elder J. E. Moffifc of Colonville went Tuesday to Grand Rapids near which place he has a fine farm and where he will remain for a few days transacting business in connection therewith. Mrs. Saphronia Shippy returned to her home in Sturgeon Bay Tuesday, after an extended visit at the home of her nephew. O. B. Thayer. Mr. Thayer accompanied her as far as Reed City. Prof. H. A. Graham of Grayling was .shaking hands with Clare friends Wednesday. He helped to nominate A, J. Doherty for state senator, and Is now visiting at the home of his parents in Calkinsville. Stockholders in the Union Telephone Company, of record July 1st, will receive in a few days a semiannual dividend of four per cent, declared by its board of directors at a meeting held the 15th insl John Archamboult came up from Saginaw Sunday where he has been in the hospital laid up with a smashed foot. He will remain here until he is entirely well, hoping to be able to go to work in about two weeks. Mrs. C. E. Sprague returned to her home In Marion Wednesday after a week's visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Milt Saxton. She was ac- §E Specials JS: ' Ladies' White JS" Lisle Thread Sleeveless "fr Vests, Several "S: Styles Regular 25c SS* values at g 19c each. a ompany uhe S/ftusy Stores. 3 CUk Prices ■% 3.00 Black Stiff Hats 2.00 *-"**• 2.50 Soft Hats, black 2.00 =3S 2.00 Soft Haf 1.75 3 STRAW HATS HALF PRICE. 3 =§ 3 bargain Sale of jOaees We secured a special lot of 24 pieces Torchon Laces and Insertions from 1 to 4 inches wide which we offer while they last-at per yard 5c g J^ine Singhams gz The balance of our line Mer- j""*- cerized Ginghams which we jpE have been selling at 25c, we g= now offer at per yard - 18c f= Shirt Waists Zz We have on hand about 90 sE Shirt Waists in white colors, j*"": all of this season's productions 5*** on which we. are making *_r prices lower than the cost of g: manufacture, see the values JS* we are offering at g 25c, 39c, 50c, 69c and $1.19 % yfobby 2/estee Suits gz For the little folks, 3 to 8 years JS: of age, with double breasted g£ vests, open in front just like •5 pa's in several new cloths, for JS: the suit at - ■ 2.50 H to 4.00 *-*** 51 SftoysJ Clothing Several New Lines of Boys' and Childben's Clothing are now' on sale. The following are a few of the many Special Values, _ Boys' nobby light colored, z^j heavy weight, wool Kersey *""**» Long Pant Suits, with double _g breasted vests well made and _s perfect fitters, the suit 5.00 55 Boys' all wool, black Chevoit =3| Suits, single and double ***«g breasted at - - 5.00 5s Boys' all wool black Chevoit Es Knee Pants Suits with vests, *__" sizes up to 17 years at - 4.00 55 Boys Blue Diagonal Chevoit 55 knee pants suits, double 55 breasted coat, no vest, double ~~ knees and seat, special value 2.75 5s —«« _____________________ —>w "Uhe ^2est Shoes 3 —■^» for Misses and Children wear are r*2 the famous % ****** Jnfoosier School Shoe _| -—t> made of heavy Dongola Kid with , 5| heavy soles of the toughest lea- 2» ther and cordovan tips that will not scratch or peel. They are neat in appearance and are as durable as it is posible to make them. Sizes ol- to 8 cost you $1.25 " 8+ to 11 cost you $1.35 " 1H to 2 cost you $1.50 '* 21 to 6 cost you $2.00 •**** =3 DAVY & GOMPflNY. EVERYTHING TO WEAR. littlttlttittittUUU^^^ companied by her daughter, Agnesf who has heen here a month or more. Harry Cartlege, who for the past six months has been employed on the Courier, has quit the employ of Mr. Canfleld and Went yesterday to North Amhest. Ohio, where with a partner, he will edit a weekly newspaper. We wish Mr. Cartlege success in his new adventure. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Presley drove over to Mt. Pleasant Saturday evening and making a short visit at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Frank Francisco, returned Sunday evening. They were accompanied home by their grandchildren, Tommy and Rbeba Francisco. Conductor John Merrill of the Harrison branch train is taking a well earned vacation, He went Tuesday to his home in Coleman from whence he goes to visit in Detroit, Toledo, Cleveland and other points before resuming bis duties, which will be about the first of September. Mrs. C. W. Perry returned Monday from Ludington where, she has been visiting for the past five weeks at the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. K. Tasker. Yesterday she left for a week's visit with relatives in Ypsl- lanti when she will return, accompanied by Mr. Perry. Benj. Graff, who has been at Harrison for the past two weeks ib the interests of the Woodmen, was in the city Wednesday, He has a class of thirty-two ready for initiation, and expects several more. Clare's degree team will go up to the county seat and initiate the class, From the Grand Rapids Herald we learn that on the tenth instant Will J. Hursh of Middlefleld, Ohio, and Miss Maud Lee of Grand Rapids were united in marriage. Will was formerly a Clare boy and his friends here will be glad to learn of this happy event. The Sentinel extends congratulations. C. H. VanBrunt and wife, Frank Mooney and wife and J. S. Ross and wife went Wednesday to Frankfort, near which place on Crystal lake they will camp for two weeks. Clarence recently invested in a 14-foot, canvas boat which is a part of the outfit and the party expects to have a delightful time. Mr. Ross also has a* new boat. Mr3. J. A. Harper returned the first of the week from a visit to her son, who is employed at the Record printing office Gladwin, and with friends in Sherman township, Gladwin county. From the latter place she brought a radish, tbe dimensions of which are six inches in diameter, ten inches long and weighs two pounds and fourteen ounces. - J. F. Brand this week brought into Clare Co. the best thoroughbred two- year-old Hereford bull we have ever seen. He is perfect in every point and weighs a little over 1900 pounds. His father was recently sola for $5000, and from this we may conclude that Mr. Brand has a valuable bull. He will be kept on the Brand stock farm northeast of the city. We are in receipt of a call for State Good Roads Congress to be held In the Masonic Hall Auditorium, Saginaw, Michigan, August 21, 1900. The objects of this meeting are to awaken and promote a more genera) interest in the improvement of the public roads and to discuss the various ways and means of securing the necessary funds for this purpose as well as the best methods of constructing and maintaining them. Mr, and Mrs. C. H, O'Donald left Tuesday morning for an extended trip in the East. They are met at Port Huron by his brother and family from Howard City and from there-they take the Grand Trunk to Kingston where they take a boat and go down the St, Lawrence, up the Richelieu river, through Lakes Champlain aud George and home by the way of Albany after ha vim; visited at the homes of her parents in Vermont and his in New York state, This is one of the most delightful trips afforded in North America. Mrs. George Melvin of Farwell was in the city yesterday celebrating firemen's held day. This is the first time she has been able to be around enjoying herself in four years. During this time she has been in extreme misery unable, to leaye her bed. She has been under the care or various doctors and has undergone operations at hospitals, but kept getting worse. Recently she came into the handB of Dr. Reeder, who performed a difficult operation upon her at her home three weeks ago, with most gratifying results.-.and she is now fast regaining her health. The 0_a:re SENTiNBt. and the Detroit semi-weekly Journal $1,65.
|Title||1900-08-17; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, August 17, 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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