1895-10-11; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press
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tl J 9- , OGTORER11, 1895. STew Series: Vol 3, Mo. 46 -ST-^TSTT^t-W *. .'*T 04^- mm mm )4MSv* "vW *V1#9 EXTRA ■. VALUES AT 2! •Q-Wv 94MJ*Q 0->wy9 «?4\^9 "flft not been shelf-worn in any Detroit retail store. 9lll YOUR CHOICE' OF.'....,....... -•* Apt These Goods were Shipped to us Direct from the Factory, and therefore have |j|f «*^f ip**.** *?4i|'? ▼•Sftf f*H " "'life' ALL 35c. and 50'c MEN'S and BOYS' CAPS for ■ ^•***HB*/&+ %+$^%^^rtmp— ur Gl08infl-diA Sale of Clothing &*iVlerril"on' fj Don't buy a suit until you See Our Goods and get our Prices. -——..^^^^-ShHhf)Jhf*H-H^-^ rnii t / Child's Apiece Suits . . . . $1.25 Men's Satinett '" ' . . . . $2,50 A- **. ■ Men'sAllrWoolGassimeresuits . . ' $5.00 uuuuu . , . . « . \ Ouercoat* .. '.■..'■'':.. from $1.50 to $70.00 WEIGHT. •.'!' --y !f f°H=^= ^m\= =ri44* Opera House. ■Biock;. *»<■* . Geo. . Grover is engineer in S. C. Zeiter's mill Loomis. The handsomest trimmed hats in the city at Mrs. Dwyer's, A neat foot-bridge now spans the creek on Sixth street, east. Mrs. Mary Miller of Trenton, Ont., . is visiting Mrs, H. DeFoe. Albert Thurston is receiving a visit from his brother of Saginaw. ' 0. B. Lloyd is in the vicinity, of Lansing looking for a farm 'to rent. "' Covered vans loaded with hunters and their outfits begin moving'north. ■ * *A"baby girl was born Sunday last at the home of Arm. Allen,north of Dover. * The Nortwest^rn medicine company have moved into their new quarters over Elden's. , Dan Crouse's new residence on 7th street will be ready for occupancy in about two weeks.' A bay baby was born to Clint Schoon- over and. wife at about the setting of the sun last evening. . Eyerylady most cordially invited to Mrs. Goodman's. opening, next week * Eriday and Saturday. ^ • Al and James Louch are receiving a .visit from their brother-in-law, W. ^faylor, of Union, Ont. .'Holbrook is .having the front windows of his south side store very tastily : decorated and lettered. Mrs. Geo. Lagrow and children of Sterling, Ont., are visiting her cousin, Mrs. Thos, Dwyer, this city. Holbrook, south side, has an elegant line of lamps of all kinds. The piano 'and stand lamps are beauties. Berk Lloyd had the end of a finger taken off by a grab-hook while working in the mill yard last Friday. W.rD. Perrin has moved' Ms family into part of the Miss Ewing house, 5th : street, just vacated by Bird Isoxon. Mrs.RMuscott and^grandson, Balph Palmer, returned Monday from a two months' visit to Lansing and vicinity. Be sure to-read the story commenced in this paper last week by Dr> A. Con- - nan Doyle, the great English author. E.-B. Smalley of -Vernon township who bought out Erank Eorbes' repair shop, has also bought the Geo. Grover house, on east 7th street. D. E. Alward went to Lansing,Mon- day, and in the evening conferred the M. M.. degree in Lansing lodge "Ho. 33,; E. & A. M., the lodge in which he was made a Mason. Mrs. Dwyer, the, milliner, has no special millinery "opening" as her shop is always open and she is ever ready to Show the very latest and best Styles. At the meeting of Zenobia chapter, Eastern Star, last * Monday , evening, Mrs. K. Bicknell and Mrs. C, W. Pierson were initiated into the mysteries ot the order. i Clarence YanBrunt went to Mt. Pleasant, Wedriesday^ to attend the marriage ceremony of Mr. Lee Turner and Miss Jennie Levin gton, formerly of Clare. The Sektinel ^extends best wishes. \ Eriday and Saturday, October .18 and 19, are the dates of Mrs. Goodman's grand fall and winter millinery opening. Your special attention is called to her fine line of pattern hats. Prices lower than-".he lowest. George Leach, Dover, while working around a saw in the mill yesterday ,had a gash cut in the palm, of his hand and a stick also new from the-saw grazing his forehead; Both accidents were close calls. Dr. Witherspoon sewed up the hand. The friends of Mr., and Mrs. E. H. DeYogt to the number of about- 30 surprised that -worthy couple Eriday evening last, a very enjoyable evening being spent in their pleasant home. The especial occasion for . the party was the fact that Mr. DeYogt and family are soon to move to Saul b Ste. Marie. . 'The social given' by the Eathbone Sisters at their pleasant lodge rooms in the Wolsky block last Tuesday evening was'a very enjoyable event. Nearly a hundred were present. The evening was most en joy ably passed with pedro and other social feature?. Refreshments were served, to which each one did full justice. Last week we commenced the publication of a story by Dr. A.COnan Doyle, one of the best and most popular writers of the day. His writings command the highest prices and appear in the leading magazines of the world. We are very fortunate in securing a story from his pen, and our subscribers should not fail to read it. New subscriber can get back numbers containing the opening chapters of this story, free. ; f% ' i Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder Most Perfect Made. BREVITIES. Among the businessmen at Saginaw Monday, were Joseph Hudson, S. 0. Kirkbride,Ed Horning, John Sexsmith, N. Bicknell and C. S. Chase. * Warren Keller has concluded to sell his place on 7th street and- return to Petoskey," where his people live. Some one can get a good place at a bargain. Ladies, don't fail to see the latest novelties -in jackets and capes at the Calkins House, Eriday evening and Saturday this week, Octf U.and 12, The E. & P. M. auditor, G. W. Led- ley, died Eriday evening at Saginaw, after a long and faithful service with the companv. His successor is W. C. McMullen. * Erank Welch'had a portion of his thumb nearly cut off, Monday, at "the wooden ware factory. Dr. Witherspoon, who dressed it," thinks he can save the thumb. Meyer, Jonasson & Co. are the largest manufacturers of ladies' and misses's cloakes and capes in the United States. These lines at the Calkins House, Eriday and Saturday, October 11 and 12. : - Somebody has started to talk up the matter of every farmer puttiug his name on his barn and says they ought to be encouraged by every newspaper. Talk it up.. Interest will be redoubled in a drive oyer a roa-d you are unfamiliar with, where people live whom you kno iv.but not their places of residence. An exchange says this is all right, but the farmer should add in a foot note if he has any marriageable daughters, nice fruit, or any cider. Snow flakes were to be seen flitting through the air Tuesday, giving evidence that winter is at hand. The weather took a change that caused many a fire to be started, and overcoats and heavy wraps were found to be conducive to comfort. This has been a great .season. Not only have fruit trees blossomed a second and third time, but now the despised way-side briars have gone one better and not' only blossomed but bourn fruit. tOne day recently, while frost was ih the air and signs of snow were plentiful, C. E. Sherman laid upon our desk several freshly picked branches of red-raspberry briars, bearing the red ripe berries. Their flavor was prime, too. We expect some one in 'most any day now with a cake of freshly made maple sugar from recently gathered sap, .* If you have a kind word—say it; Throhhing hearts soon sink to rest: If you owe a kindness—pay it, Life's sun hurries to the west. Jay Piper is clerking at Bicknell's. Thede Olds has,a newsboy route on the T. & A. A. Horace Joiner visited friends in Beed City over Sunday. Mrs.Della Hammond of Earwell visited Monday in Clare. A. N. Smith and mother visited at Bay City over Sunday. Incandescent lights have taken the place of arc lights in the M. E.church. Mrs. Thos. Hirt and little girls, Emma and Mamie, are visiting friends in Cadillac. Bird Noxon, of • Witherspoon's drug store, is taking a few weeks' vacation at Greenville. John Joos of Harrison was called to Bay City, Monday, to serve on the U. S. grand jury. A new "double-decker" stock shute is being built at the E. & P. M. stock yard, this city. . E. L. Pratt departed Wednesday evening on a business trip to Trout Lake, upper peninsula. McEarland & Son intend to hold a series of dances at "Lone Lot Hall," 4 milerj east of the city. A coat belonging to some very little boy was found and left at this office last Saturday. Owner will please call and get same. Parrish & Carr, the liverymen, are having a neat and comfortable office fitted up in the small building just north of their stables. Miss Euceb—beg pardon, Mrs. Geo. Kccd, is now teaching in the second primary department of the city school, in place of Miss Edna .York, resigned. One remarkable fact is reported by Dun's commercial agency, and that is the fact that of all the" failures last year, 85 per cent "were of men who did not advertise. Chef. Stiles was in the city, Wednesday, arranging to move'his family to Mt. Pleasant the first of next week. He has the baggage run between that place and Coleman. Don't direct any more letters to Dodge; that post office has been discontinued. Its former patrons now have to go to Harrison, Meredith or Gladwin for their mail. Ladies will have a chance to select a fall and winter garment from Meyer, Jonasson & Co.'s line of novelties, Eriday evening and Saturday, at Calkins House, this week, October 11 and 12. Michigan School Moderator: Clare has a primary room enrolling 97 pupils, with one teacher, and the board is hesitating whether of not to divide the room and hire an additional teach- er. Ninety-seven pupils to one teacher and hesitating about dividing the room! Probably if it were an even 100 the division could be performed. Erank Treadwell, the genial yard foreman, who has done good service for so many years for the L. L. Co. at Dodge, went rto Lansing, Monday, where he has a similar job with the same company in their Lansing yards. Erank is just the man for the place, bufhe will be missed from Clare Co. . E.H. DeYogt has made arrangements to open a photographic studio at Sault Ste.Marie and will mbve his apparatus there next week. His family will remain in Clare until spring, making their home with Mrs. DeYogt's parents,'Mr-and Mrs. L. T. Olds. E. Yandercook, who now occupies the •Boswell gallery, will move into the DeYogt building. Mr. and Mrs." DeYogt will be, greatly missed in Clare, where their engaging social qualities have earned for them a wide* and valuable circle of friends. "Yince," Parrish & Carr's efficient hostler, and two or three other young men, came near going up in a chariot of fire, Monday. "Yince" was cleaning up a stove in the old livery office west of.Louch'sblaeksmith-shop; using gasoline for the purpose, when "biff," the basin of gasoline and brush took fire and Yince took a back somersault. Will Eorbes, who was near by, attempted to put the fire out and his clothes took fire. He ran out of the barn, throwing off his jacket as he went, Tess Louch heard the racket and ran in and removed the burning brush and dish of gasoline. The fire was speedily extinguished by vigorous whipping with an old coon skin that lay handy by. Will Eorbes was scorched some, but with no serious results. Eor a few minutes, however, barn and boys could have been bought pretty cheap. "Yince" wasn't hurt, but will probably not clean stoves with gasoline Tight away, especially when there is fire in them. CQ F Knee Pants Suits from $102S to $So®0o Special Values at $2.50 and $8.00 per suit in Heavy weigM Kerseys, Long Double-breasted Goats.' Pants made with double seat and knees (will wear as long as two ordinary suits). Mne Diagonal Cheviots and Clay "Worsted Suits, made the same way, at $3.50—5.00. Boys' Kersey Knee Pants 50c, worth 75. We guarantee every garment to give satisfactory wear and to be lower in price than you can purchase inferior goods at the job lot and auction stores. m 'PARTMEN1Y -^ A Big drive in. Ladies fine, all wool ribbed Mittens, at" . 15c, worth 256. A 25c. Leader for Cold.Weather, _ in ladies' Black Cashmere Gloves, very fine gauge, full fashioned, long wrist at 25c, worth 35c. New line ladies' Kid Gloves : Black,* $1.00, $1.50 and $1.75 ; Tan and Brown $1.00 and $1.50 ; White, kid, and chamois, $1.00. ^°oVREAL OSTRICH BOAS. Entirely new line. Great values—$3.00 to 10.00. FANCY WOOL FACINATOB SHAW,LS in Black vand White at 25c - ■•>,"•. T vaLeflnal; Ladies' Underwear.:': Extra heavy, fleece lined, silk trimmed, at,. .. .„,. 21c Yery fine, fleece lined, at'. .1. . 47c Extra quality, wool ribbed,* at V..... 50c <J3 UB-.ff»'HM THE SEQUEL. After the Fennville train robbery occurred August 20th, and John Smalley was killed, Geo. Crane whose farm ls-neaf Calkinsville, sent for Sheriff Gray and bad a long talk with him. This the Sheriff kept discreetly to himself until the proper time came, when he wrote Sheriff Stratton of Allegan county what he knew, and the result was five or six visits .from Stratton. Engineer Geo. Zibbell and Detective Jakeway, and other conferences with Crane, tbat absolutely fixed the robbery upon tlie right persons. Crane said that'Smalley stopped at his house the night of Eriday pre6eding the robbery and offered him inducements to join in the undertaking, telling him the train would have a certain sum of money aboard destined for Eagle Mills. Crane declined and 'Smalley told him he.would fill him full of holes if he betrayed him. Crane's revealing this led to other discoveries and circumstances that pretty well satisfies the officers that they have tbe right men now, but not all of them, and Sheriff Gray has been hunting all through the northern part of the county for the stolen horses of Mr. McDonald, of Deerfield, so when he started last Saturday, he was looking for the horses, and had Engineer Zibbell with him for company. (?) They reached Coldwater township in the night, and went to Jim Brown's to find out if he was at home. Asking him if he had seen any one with horses of the description of Mr.McDonald's and finding Yic.Taylor there, they went to Brinton and spent the night. Sunday morning they again went to Brown's and called Taylor out. Zibbell said that the man shot at him three times, and took the valuables, had a peculiar voice that he would recognize it any time. Zibbell was so certain of Taylor's voice that he told Sheriff Gray tc put him under arrest. Brown was then called out and Zibbell recognized him as the man who guarded the' other side of the* engine, and on Monday Sheriff Stratton of Allegan took them to- Grand Bapids, where they were put through a further course of identification. It looks like a sure thing,that these men will be convicted and that other arrests will follow. At any rate Isabella county is to be congratulated on the exposure of some of these characters who have no visible means of obtaln- a living, and that there is a prospect of filling .theirljlace with more thrifty' pdeple.—Mt.'Pleasant Tribune. -- JAMES DUNCAN, SR. The death of James Duncan occurred last Sunday, resulting from a tumor, after*a few . weeks- of sickness. Though nearly '80 years of age, Mx* Duncan was an active man and bid fair to live another decade, but for the. development which took him off ;with. comparative suddenness.-' The .funeral was conducted from the Congregational church, Tuesday, by Bev. S. A.. Long. The deceased was a native of Seot- lnnd, thatland.of a'rugged race,where he was born in 1316, and by the old. style his birthday was April-2, but by . the new it was April 13. At the' age of 1.8 he struck out for himself, coming, to this western world, leaying parents,; brothers, sisters and friends behind. BTe located first at Beaverton, Ont., but about a dozen years later he moved to' Rochester, "N.Y., having been married meantime. Later he moved to Detroit and thence to Monroe county, where he engaged in farming. It was 20 years ago that he came to Yernon township, in Isabel! a .county, and began the erection of what isnowa-. fine farm .out of the then comparative-- wilderness. His long residence in the community and sterling qualities as a. man endeared to himself many and warm friends, who testified their esteem by attending his funeral service-" in large numbers. Of the children.born to Mr. Duneak- one, Mrs. Lewis Sherman died ik Wayne county fifteen years ago- Toothers are Mrs. Wm. Worth, MonT^iE?- county, Mrs. Thos. Masten of Yernqii, John, who lives upon the* old homtj- stead in Yernon township, William, and Mrs, John McLaughin of Yernonj and James Duncan of this city. Merchant Tailor, OVER ROSS'S STORE, Will make suits from $15 up. Pants equally as low. Will guarantee goods to be satisfactory in fit and style m will refund money. Please Give Hltn a Gail.
|Title||1895-10-11; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jeffries|
|Description||Friday, October 11, 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;|
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