1895-11-01; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press
|Previous||1 of 8||Next|
small (250x250 max)
medium (500x500 max)
large ( > 500x500)
Loading content ...
r And BEffiOCMAT-PME ) jzzt put CoBsolMatedL Established 1878. GLARE, MICH., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1895. Mew Series: Tot. 3, Bo, 49 msmMUZEK 'i»?'-.T^ <^©<^©<rt>©-<3*>©*<*l>© T M *? © tern ;<*^v O © © © © <"^*S**-**""2y © <^-®^>® <&>> %&\ xrfls* OvDcPv A^?*,*c^C X r •*)££.> I © © A T K I K © © ** © © •I © HOW A GOOB THING when they see it. It follows that they know seveial good things when they see them. What they want is full value for for their money and they have found to their entire satisfaction that when merchants commence to talk abont buying a lot of second-hand stuff at a so-called bankrupt sale of some Cheap John establishment that never existed, the scheme is one worked on purpose to deceive. So the people don't take any stock in such catch-penny methods. -"False in .one thing, false in all." No person was ever deceived at our store. That's the reputation the store has enjoyed during the whole time we have done business in Olare, The Goods are always exactly as represented and the prices are always at the bottom. That's why People F IJSo Ebw just a word for this week. The Ladies are of course interested in Dress Goods, and we can, JjljiL show them great bargains in this line. We have V V Fourteen pieces of NQYBLTY SUITINGS which have sold for 25c. a yard and this was a fair price. Commencing Saturday and continuing until all are sold, we will sell these goods at \J^£,l Per yard. The time to buy is tomorrow. Come as soon as you can. These NOYELTY SUITING'S are only one of the bargains we are offering now. . ^ YERYTHING in the line of ■ Dress Goods and Trimmings, Shoes, flats, Rubber Goods, Gent's Fur- k<#9 imWi Worn Tims, I'M mm =zf C\ ^yj nishings, Table Linen, Trunks, Valises, etc., we %. I B © © © 9<S3 © *^—^ ')<,'1>\ mm )0k /*» J&tk^M^M^k- . , have in large assortment, and will give the best values for the money that can be obtained in town. This we guarantee. And right here we want to call attention to our ■CLOTHING—the- best makes and latest styles—and we are closing out tne stock 'at a sacrifice. No other dealer can sell anywhere near as low on Clothing. For these and many other reasons, should TRADE AT a)Jm I r1 v-^ /=Tj=\ 16 live 161 IS et as miich of Hie as It win Help wonflertollii to Have some ol BerDu's laoflsoMie anil 6dm- fortaffle Furniture/ Garpete NO BETTER GOODS. NO LOWER PRICES. NO EASIER TERMS, THAT*! AT Floyd Kane has "been quite sick but is recovering. A Louch was doing business at Harriet fee yesterday. S. O. Zeiter and Matt Morrison were up from Loomis Tuesday night to attend Masonic lodge. Advertised Letters—Letters remaining in the Olare post office for the week ending Saturday, October 26, '95. Persons calling for same please say "advertised:" Jacob 3: Orego, C, E. Smith, C, 1ST. Sweet, Jas. Wei ton, Oath Gead- man, Infancy Hewitt. Attention, Comrades! A good- at*: tendance is requested at the next regular meeting of W. S. Hancock Post, "Wednesday, November 6th, as there is business of importance. W. S. Cooley, Commander. Congressman JohxrAvery was in the city for a couple of hours on Wednesday and a large number of his constituents called on him during his stay jhere. He thinks the coming session 4>f Congress will be a short one. If you want Toledo white lime, you can get it of A. S. Ehoades. 2 wp The county clerk has received a good many applications for licenses to hunt deer. T. B. Simons of Coleman changed cars nere Tuesday on his way to Harrison. Henry Grover went, to Saginaw, Tuesday, where he will work during the winter. Last night was Hallowe'en. The boys performed their usual number of pranks, some of them harmless} but others more or less destructive. A clearly-felt series of earthquake shocks is reported to have been felt throughout the southern half of the state yesterday morning. Several citizens of this city claim to have felt the vibrations plainly; Sheriff Gray of Isabella county, who has been on trial at Mt. Pleasant on a charge of taking improper liberties with a young girl, was yesterday acquitted by the jury, which needed only ten minutes to decide.the matter, after a three days' trial. The Frank Tucker Theatre , Co. played at Doherty opera house this week Thursday and Friday nights and tomorrow, (Saturday) night, they will present "Mugg's Landing, or a Waif From the Sea," The two performances given were first class apd Saturday evening, their last appearance, they should have a crowded house. Admission only 15. 25 and 35 cents. Go and see a good show;. go and laugh till your sides ache. Lymen Williams, an Indian of Denver township, came to Clare last Saturday and filled up. on 40-rod-whiskey and started homeward about five o'clock. Just before reaching Seeley's corners, the team bolted and dumped him into the road upon his head. This crazed Lymen and rising to bis feet ; he swore by all the chiefs of. the tribe of Chippewas he'd-scalp the whole family of Seeleys. Mrs. uF. M. Tubb's horse was tied in front of Seeley's. and Lymen started to confiscate that to his own use; John Hodkinson and J. H. Seeley objected to this and.the result was finally that Lymen got the worst of the argument. The loss of a quantity of blood had the effect of perfectly sobering him and when last heard ofbe was calmly discussing church matters, with J. H. Seeley. W. L. Adams of Durand, changed cars for Port Huron, Thursday. Mrs. Joe Doherty of Coleman visited relatives in Clare a couple of days the first of the week. Miss Minnie Doherty, who has been attending a business collegs in Ohio, will soon enter the Coleman Hardware Company's store at Coleman as bookkeeper. The company consists of her brothers, Joe and John, whose growing business, the result of "hustle," demand the services of an expert accountant. The whole Doherty family, so far as heard from, are right at home in commercial life. The interior of Mussell's drug store is being finished off very handsomely. The wood work is all of polished oak. There are not many stores in the larger cities that have as fine an interior. We bad the pleasure recently of reading a letter written to W. O. Peterson by Ms son, Edgar, who is attending the State school for the blind, at Lansing. The lad is only fourteen years old, but the letter, which was done on a typewriter, was a model in every respect. * The paragraphing, punctuation, spelling and choice, of words were faultl-ess. A college graduate might well be proud of such attainments as letter-writer. It speaks well for the brightness of the boy and for the excellence cf the work done under the superin ten dance of 32. P. Church, the head of the school. A. J. Doherty lost one of his valuable horses by its being struck by an engine while crossing the F. & P: M. track at Maple street, yesterday. Its leg was broken and the fine animal had to be shot. Andrew DuBois was driving the team and as he approached the crossing the view down the track was obstructed by lumber piles, preventing his seeing an engine that was backing up, until it was close at hand. It was difficult to-handle the spirited animals under the circumstances, but they were pulled around from the track sufficient that only one was hurt. It is a bad crossing for a team coming from the south, and the only wonder is that both team and driver were not injured. Agent Galliver was promptly on hand.to look-after the responsibility for the accident and at once tendered Mr. Doherty the use of his own horse in place ot the injured animal, until the loss should be adjusted. BREVITIES. Thos. Dorsey, Evart, Tuesday. W. H. Elden, Loomis, yesterday. L. T. Olds, Coleman, Thursday. M. O. Austin, Lake, Wednesday. C. H. Ball. Lake Station, Monday. Curtis Palmer, Saginaw, Tuesday. J. G. Brown of Farwell in town yesterday. Frank FalK was over from Mt.Pleas- ant, Monday. Go to A. S. Ehoades if you want Toledo white lime. 2 wp Eev. Goodman of Loomis, was in the city Thursday. Dick Morland was doing business in Beaverton Wednesday. Mrs. Aldrich went to Harrison "yes- tefday to visit friends. Mrs. Gordon Prestle of Prestle Mills was trading in Glare, Tuesday. Mrs. Daniel Dineen spent Sunday last with friends at Lake Station. Mrs. Geo. White of Saginaw, is visiting her brother, W. H. Elden and family. Wm. YanConant this week sold his residence, east Fifth street, to A. J. Doherty. Mrs. Henry Horning of Millington, visited friends in the city during the past week. Mrs. C. W. Perry is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Tasker in Saginaw this week. E. M. Mussell. A'. T. Stevens and Dr. Sanford are hunting down the Tobacco river. A. P. Wait of Evart,' was in Clare Wednesday on his way to Temple to look after his business interests there. Joseph Adams has traded his residence, Maple street, newly rebuilt,with a Mr. Akey for a farm in "Vernon township. Will Goodman was in Mt. Pleasant this week as a witness in one of the cases occupying the attention of the Isabella circuit court. J. Ii. Seeley and J. D. Allen have been appointed appraisers and commissioners of claims of .the estate of F. M. Tubbs. deceased. W. E. Aldrich and wife changed cars here Monday from Milford to Harrison, where they will make their future home, among old neighbors. Miss Emma Kirkbride, one of tlie superintendents in the industrial school for girls, at Adrian, is visiting her brother, Mayor S. C. Kirkbride. The teacher, pupils and patrons of the Herrick school, Sheridan township, will participate in a flag-raising next Tuesday; Commissioner Palmer will make the address. Augelo Fmelli, a bright Italian boy, had the misfortune, Sunday, to have his foot run over by the cars. Dr. Witherspoon was called who found it necessary to amputate three toes and part of the foot. Warren Keller departed yesterday for Epsilon, Emmett county, where his people live. He w#l. work there this winter at least. Mr. Keller has made many friends during his long residence in Clare. Mayor Kirkbride and the supervisors of the several wards of this city made a big effort to prevent the board of supervisors from "socking it to" the tax payers of Clare on the equalization, but the combination was too much for us. "And there were giants in those days!" Several gigantic specimens of various species of vegetables are being exhibited in the store windows in the city. Prominent among them are two mangold wurtzels, the one raised by Mr. Jennings of Lansingville, weighing 19 pounds; and the other by Chris Kleiner of Arthur township,, tipping the scalef at 19 pounds 10 ounces. One of the most pleasant parties of the season was that at M. F. Cham- berlin's horae on Tuesday evening. "Mell" hal been promoted and will soon go to Saginaw to take a passenger run on the east end, and his host of Mends dropped in on him, "unbeknownst," as it were, and filled the house with as jolly a company as can be got together anywhere. Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlin were" greatly surprised of course, but that in no way interfered with their ability as agreeable entertainers and they soon had everyone enjoying tbe occasion in -the most happy manner. When refreshments were served the genial host and hostess were subjected to a good" talking to and presented with a beautiful mantel clock. Besides the large number of Clare people, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Birdsall of Evart,'were among the guests. Telegrams of regret were received from Mr. and Mrs. Will Tasker, Mr. and Mrs. John Eiquadt, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Corrigan, of Saginaw, and Mr. and Mrs. William Giberson of Clio. IX WE ARE Sffi A NEW- EINE OF :owibb ^ BOUGHT / ¥ACKB1 M ».§§, &M, §10.00 and $12.00. -Fir^FJi^ttS^fjtfptjj- THEY AEE HEW, STYLISH GOODS JUST PLACED OE SALE $HIS WEEK. . .."*.. ..106 * i « •» * o A O * 34inch. Novelty mixed Dress G-oods, at.. 36 " Henriettas the 25c« goods at ... 36 \ Serges and Henriettas, all wool. 40 *6 Al! wool Black Crapoii.... Remnants of Canton Hanmels, at* WOBTH 7C. All Linen Toweling, 'at................... Zephyr O-ermantowns, ■....'........-„..:_...». ■/. .8c " Men's Heavy Kersey Pants at ...',........ $1 25 Wob^t-h $1.75 if '. ■ I « * * «* V ■! Sc .. 5©' skein ■ 0j4&3®%&££m&Ftt*F'- i- ®BMIl!j|lilJ *> P«/Y __ r__^a DRY GOODS5 CLOTHING, ' - .CLOAKS, ■ HOES, CARPETS, FURNISHING GOODS ,i A. E. Mack is remodeling the interior of his residence. Mrs. John Delo of Dushyille, is visiting Mrs. Matt Tatman, A. Leonard of Earwell was doing business in town Tuesday. A. N. Smith's mother is visiting her son, H. J., at Mt. Pleasant. Mrs. John Dwyer has gone to Sud- burj-, Ont., bo join her husband. Mrs. George Benner and sister, Mrs. Ash, "visited in Farwell, yesterday. To rent,—a house, barn and 15 acres of land. Enquire of J. H. Sbbl"by. 2t, Miss Mabel Clark of Kalkaska visited her uncle, C. H: Clark in Clare this week. Be sure to note the low prices at which Tatman, the Cash Merchant, is selling goods. Eead his ad elsewhere. O. E. Barnes of the Lansing Lumber Co. changed cars here .Tuesday on his way to Dodge to look after his interests there. L. Blackburn wheeled to Mt. Pleasant and back yesterday afternoon, making the round trip in two hours and twenty minutes. - Eor sale, double barrel, breech loading, 12 gage shot gun, fitted with an inserting 44 rifle; barrel. E. Yander- cookj photographer, Clare. Married, by Eev. A. H. Coors, at the "parsonage: Tuesday, Oct. 29th, Sidney Chaffee of Greenwood, township, and Miss Alice Chapman of Sheridan. • W. H. Elden} proprietor of the bazaar, book- and china store, says that he "has sold more dishes this year than ever before since he has been in business even though h.e had to do business in the. middle of the street this summer. Will Loundra; first assistant car repairer in the Clare yard, is hot as handsome to-day as lie was yesterday. An accident befell him—though he did the falling—wMch very much marred his manly features;- He iis.ih the habit every morning when the Harrison trainpulls out, of riding from the depot to the - tool-house where he jumps off. This morning as he jump-. ed with his hands full of oil 'can and tools; he alighted upon a scantling lying, by the track, which threw him headlong^his forehead and one side of his face plowing a furrow in the cinders. He is "a little disfigured but still in tlie ring." Milo Cope of Vernon has gons to Alma to work. L. T. Olds was in Harrison5 Wednesday, on business. C. H. Jackson of Baldwin was doieg business here yesterday. Mrs. John WMte of Owosso, Is visiting relatives in the city. Fred Powell, the Saginaw nraste man, was doing business here this week. Toledo white lime is the best lime in the market. Sold'by A. S. Ehoades 35T. Bickn-ell and J. H. Schilling wers- doing business in Saginaw, Wednesday. Mrs. L. L, Kelly of Earwell was the guest of *Mrs.»'James O'Connor this week. Geo. Chapman, the genialv clerk in Wolsky's, was at Harrison on business Tuesday. Thestars and stripes, mounted on a handsome pole, - now waves over. the Eandall school. Henry Eazek and -wife of Hariette, changed cars here yesterday on their way to Saginaw. . . Miss Davis, the elocutionist of Saginaw, was the guest of Miss Nellie Kane this week. Taking'effect Sunday, November .3,' passenger, trains, of the Ann Arbor' Eailroad Co. will leave Clare as follows: Going north, 1:15 p. m.; going south, 3:07 p. m. Charles IS". Goodenow, tlie drayman, was badly, and even dangerously,. injured Wednesday, morning. He was driving into Crouse's blacksmith sliop witb. his dray. On the dray .was a workbench and he sat upon the front end of the bench. As the front wheels struck the door sill it raised the dray.-bench and Mr. Goodenow high enough that b.e'was caught between the bench and the frame over the doors. "Heducked forward to escape, but the door frame caught Mm in the back, of the neck, doubling him up like a jack-knife into about 18 inches \ of space. He was seen to be badly hurt and was carried into the Central hotel and Dr. Witherspoon summoned. Soon after the injured man was taken home and everything done to make him easier,tiiough he is still in pain. So far as can be, determined Ms back. is partially dislocated and the kidneys torn loose. Unless infla'mation sets in the chances are good for recovery, He is somewhat better today. ■&•**-•»- ji: ■^.^ ■?<&}. -i -•KI: ,**'
|Title||1895-11-01; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jeffries|
|Description||Friday, November 1, 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.|