1895-08-16; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press
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And BEMOCRAT-PRESS^Coiisolidated, Established 1878. CLABE, MICH., FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1895. New Series: Vol.- 3, No. 38 ^^mmsm^^^wmmtMmmi^iih^mx^^i #**___/__ ?*** i2e*.Js.tt>«*a-- '''iW»K*JO^.^-^VL*t. EWiM^W»^,WEagl!lHig^ SSZ3EH3E: "2>£I IESZ53 tv"7..!?9 9% n Q^©9 WW C»tw^9 0>^9 ^Ikose HATS have just .been rec embrace all the new Fall Sh ==_4========/3iaHa/ -$■ ■$■ -^ pifjpjpi- H xtra quality in the.new Fedora in Auto ^ liiaelL© g*-^ + ♦ 5%P9 j_o We can Fit your Headg Face and Pocket for Comfort Style Economy* m and 1#|| INSTITUTE. Teacher's Institute for Glare It will be held at Harrison, August 19--23, 0f^9 mm "^%9 TAKE E rrrv s^h" of the line of '9 WINDOW EN'S GLOVES, same y-w 9UiP 9f&©9 i__' 9¥® MEBPS SUITS FOR $3.00. CHOICE FOR $12.00, This Sal will continue t i. tike STOCK Is gone. mm Commissioner E. D. Palmer of Clare, Local Committee. There is no doubt as to the value of a good live institute. Experience proves that, as a rule, the most successful, alert progressive teachers are those who ay ail themselves of the work given at such meetings. The persons in charge of the instruction at these institutes are those who have had practical experience in school work and know how to impart to others a portion of what they have gained in this experience. Effort has been put forth to give the county the best institute ever held. The work will combine professional and academic instruction. The institute will be divided into sections, and the instructors will conduct classes for the purposee of reyiewing some studies, and also to illustrate certain methods if instruction. The workers have been urged to arrange for calis- thenic exercises, singing, marching, and the like, so as to make the work move off cheerily and without fatigue. The time for study at the institute will l3e necessarily limited, and in order to permit the most profitable of class exercises the following topics are suggested, *so that those who purpose attending may make some preparation: Arithmetic—(1) Mental arithmetic drill, (2) application in precentage. Gbammar—(1) Substantsive clauses, (2) synopsis of verbs, (3) analysis of sentences, selected from Yision of Sir Launfal. G-eography—(1) Michigan (2) *model outline of Europe. . History— (1) 1789-1815, (2) slavery, (3) political parties, (4) important current events. Physiology— (1) Theskin, (2) health lessons—see manual for country school —(3) circulation of Wood, (4) the eye. OiYiii Government—(1) Legislative officers of nation, state, county, city, village, (2) compare duties of governor arid president, (3) prohibition on states, on Congress. BebAgogy—The sixth and seventh Chapters of Putnam's Primer, or its e&iiivalefct. HbAding AJSfD Orthography— Vision, of Sir Launfal. A spelling inatch will bis conducted ort Michigan Mser/ 0 8^«a&Sii88B!S^^ ;■• »- xhas Underwear b m (O) <_•■ act van and will make it to your interest to buy H MEN'S—From 29c to 75c9 same .qualities sold last season, at 50c to $L00. LADIES--at 20c, 42'c/47c and-50c, fully 2! cent less than other -house's will as. for same quality. t per yon SVBSJkHMBHg *j£9mmmx>>iG&**wm •^^(••e :xA..A.'-.g''5qsir'r Test and fifty technical words of physiology and geography. The preceding topics are given to aid in a proper preparation for the work. Bring any text-books. Be thinking and studying along the lines of the topics suggested, and even a week's institute may be made very profitable with" class work and lectures combined. The institute law allows teachers, whose schools are in session at the time appointed for the county institute held under theuireetion of the State Superintendent, td close their schools during the continuance of such- institute without forfeiting their wages for as many half days as they are in attendence at the institute. There will be no enrollment free, and very wide-awake pedagog or would be pedagog, should arrange to attend every session. Try to be present at the first session. Eull particulars in reguard to^board, etc., maybe obtained upon application to local committee. Hexry B« Pattexgeli,. Superintendent of-Public Instruction. k / \ 4fe flip HP in IP _& I wish-to call your attention especially to my stock of DRY GOODS, BOOTS & SHOES, In these lines I will carry a stock larger than ever before, The business will receive my personal attention and I will be assisted by Mr, Geo, Chapman, of Chesaning, Mich,, who is a pleasant and competent Salesman and is a thorough Dry Goods man, My sales will be strickly CASH, Remember the GRAND OPENING takes placeon MONDAY, AUGUST 26th, to which everybody in Clare and vicinity is cordially invited to attend. Beautiful SOU VENIRS will be given to every lady calling on that day. emember, Monday, August 26th, Yokrs TrtaliJ, 4^ \ / ^' i ^ * '."^ * A. "- »■•■«. '.'
|Title||1895-08-16; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jeffries|
|Description||Friday, August 16, 1895 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1894 with the merger of The Clare Democrat and Press and The Clare Sentinel (1892). In 1896, the title was changed to The Clare Sentinel.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|