1895-11-22; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press
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>v ri t J. #? A )Z" Amdl BEffiOClRAT-FME; )s=?t=t CoiasoIMatedc istablished 1878. OLAEE, MICH., FKIBAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1895. New Series: Vol. 3, Mo. 5< €ZZ. mzs^izz^z zs^sz fc*^$ iM"**"?1*, 7*s^&( 9^M Cotton -. ....5cYard Outing Flannel5 fall shades ....^...... ♦ 6c Best Check Glngnams 6c ■" i-ress Plaid fifi Gic All Best Quality Dress Prints............... .So Heavy SOInch Plaid Shirting .7c Steven's A Crash 6c Everett Check Denims ....... 12ic~ ALL DOMESTIC'S AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW PRICES FOR CASH ONLY. FttFtpt AA= &&&* T " tl i -i 1 )) $^^g$gs^mi i>i*py X*W$ mm ufpfO _ __ ^ , J*%*^lfS4#4*^^^-» A h TJ/* 1P> J? TffW QM^^, -^ - ■ - - - - - 9AA%^Ai^A^^^^^^S^W^^^^^~-^ ^~- -*- ^J^4lS^J^^^^^^^^^!^^^^^^^^!W^^ BREVITIES. Charter election, Monday. Pay tip your subscription. More local on another page. Best Thursday is Thanksgiving. Dick Moreland, Chippewa, Tuesday. Mrs. Jos. Brayman is reported very 111. Mrs. C. Bigley returned to Temple, yesterday. . Mrs. E. Shank visited over Sunday with friends at Harrison. Miss Anna Tinker of Harrison is the guest of Mrs. E. Shank. Mrs. Ed Squires of Monroe, formerly of Clare* is visiting friends here. » Pros.-Att'y Quinn changed cars here Tuesday for Saginaw,on legal business. W. E. Currie of Detroit was doing business in Clare and vicinity this week. - . Lawyer EL A. Sanford of Mt. Pleasant called on his brother, Dr. F. C. Sanford, yesterday. Theodore Markley and mother, of Ohio, formerly of Clare, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. Eishley part of last weekend this. Misfe Lydia Ort came down from the Ferris school at Big Eapids, Saturday, and visited her parents and friends, returning Monday. She is progressing rapidly with her studies and expects to enter Albion college next year. Advertised Letters—Letters remaining in the Clare post office for the week ending Saturday, ISov. 16, '95. Persons calling for same please say"adver- tised:" Erank Benedict. Richard Burrows, Bobert Francisco* Wm. E. Van Bess, Delia Lallamore, Mrs. Charles Smith. What will please your frienes better for a Xmas present than a fine photo of yourself? Vandercook has leased the gallery formerly occupied by DeVogt, fitted it with new scenery and accessory and is better prepared than ever to do first-class work. Call and see the latest, especially for holiday trade. . TheY. P. S. C. E. reception last Friday evening to the members of the Epworth League, at the pleasant home -of Eev. S. A. Long, was a very injov- afolea-ffair. The evening was pleasantly passed in social intercourse and games and then the company were invited to the Cong'i chapel where, re- "refreshments were served m a most pleasfng style. Co. Sheriff John E. Brown was in town the first of the week, A. Touchette has restarted his mill at Tonkin and is ready to buy bolts. - We carry a full line of fresh meats and oysters at the City Meat Market, Emma Sexsmith was visiting at the home of Dr. Shaw in Calkinsville, this week. ' ~ Muskegon celery growers have, made lots of money this year and the industry will be oh a much larger scale than ever before in that section. W. S. Cooley went to St. John's the first of the week. He will probably return Saturday with a couple of fast horses wh ich he recently purchased. Mrs. E. Tatman returned last evening from Bliss hospital, Saginaw, where she has been receiving medical treatment, much improved. The Cosgrove Comedy Concert Co., which plays at Doherty opera house this week Eriday and Saturday evenings, gives a very refined entertainment. The fact that they play in the same towns season after season,proves that their entertainments are first- class. Wesley Hunt has arranged to open a wood yard next J. O'Callaghan's, 33 street, with his office at Egbert's feed store. He intends-to pay cash for farmers' wood and retail the same to customers here, and ship by rail east. He ought to be able to do a good business in the wood line. The following is from the Gladwin Eecord:—There is a physician in Clare county who has been practicing for some years and, as much of his work is among the poorer classes, he has accumulated many unpaid accounts. Some of these he long ago gave up as uncolleetable. When his. wife learned of this state of affairs, she put on her thinking cap, and, as a result, she leased a tract of land, sent word to all her delinquent debtdrs that they would be allowed to work out the a- mount of their delinquent accounts in lieu of paying cash, and then awaited developments, She didn't" have to wait long, for most of them responded promptly. She sent them to work in squads during the season, and as a result had a good harvest of every thing set out. Her little scheme saved her husband something over $800, and he is correspondingly proud of her ingenuity. The Cosgrove Comedy Concert Co., At Doherty opera house, This week Eriday & Saturday eve's. Bank Teller Chas. H. Clark is visit- i ng relatives at Kalkaska. Dr. H. It. Ash is visiting his daughter, Mrs. Jia.'*.Boy&. and friends bere. John Sexsmith, the mill man, is doing business in Detroit snd Toledo this wtek. D. E. Alward was in Detroit this week as a delegate from the Clare Congregational Sunday school to the state convention. Lots of deer are being killed in the woods north and west of here. Several come down every day from the Harrison branch. The ladies of the Other Aid society will hold their fair on tbe 13th and 14th of December. All kinds of fancy work, both useful and ornamental, will be on exhibition and will be sold cheap. Those desiring Christmas presents will do well to Trait for the fair before purchasing. • Marion Dispatch: C. S. Chase, our lumberman merchan.t, has rented the Duroy house on east Eirst street and will make Marion the center of his extensive business. Two of his daughters will remain here, the elder in the capacity of book-keeper. Preparations for the dance to be given by Peter Mortz on Thanksgiving eve,, Hb-v. 27th," at Doherty opera house, Clare, are going on nicely. Butt's full orchestra of, Harrison, will furnish the music, and Deputy-sheriff [ Pervorse will be the caller. You are cordially invited and be sure to be on time for the grand march at 9 o'clock. Invasion of a pastor's house at Harrison.—On Saturday last, Eev. John Stapleton and wife spent their first wedding anniversary at the pleasant [home of County Clerk Heisman and wife. On their return home their house was in darkness and upon entering, the music of "Home, Sweet Home" greeted their ears, and as the lights were turned on about sixty familiar faces were revealed to their astonished vision. Numerous and valuable gifts were contributed, among them being a log cabin quilt. After spending a few pleasant hours the company retired, well satisfied with their call upon their beloved pastor and (his amiable wife* ■•_ " Q LHRB COUNTY e are are we closing1 out a handful! Ing to sell out a stock of alleged baukrupt goods; neither' mdise. We are showirg Th® ]Laipg[<as& anjji p^sll ^mmm^m^l «ri? jo n> i Q 3^ * im rA^ AAi s- Ai mhql we are tike Good a.t3o Notwithstanding new competitors have entered the field, yet out. sales for October were largly in excess of the same month in '94 This increase of sales, in spite of the prevailing dullness, proves conclusively that the people look to us for GEMUINE .VALUES. A new line of Plaids in choice colorings at 10, 18 and 25c Great values in all wool cashmeres and serges at 25c yard. A line of BLACK GPOBS, ranging in price from 12i to ■1.00 yard. See our 5Qc Henrietta. Storm Serge at 50c and 55c. Elegant line of Novelty dress goods in dress paterns. Prices from 5-00 to 8.00 per pattern. Beavei Jackets at 5,00. Boucle Jackets, 6.00 up. Hosiery and KJBderwesir Ladies' all Wool Hose at 14c. 17c and $5o. Ladies1 Jersey underwear, fleece lined, at 21c". Gents? heavy merino underwear at 25c Fleece lined at 50c* Black wool socks: at.10c Heavy grey " 20c Jersey Overshirts, 39c j a a a a You have no objection to trading* !a the lightest .and brightest salesroom in the city. Overcoats -and Ulsters* Prices from % 00 to 16.00, Our 10.00 Overcoats $ Ulsters- are specially good values.. Three numbers in men's suits that are extra for the mmiej. Ail-wool -double-breasted suit at 5b 00. Black worsted suit at 6.00; ■ Fine Mack clay ■ worsteds, square or round eat 10.00.. P=TpJ *■ ii :Y ID) m i \f E v HOE DEPARTMENT- Be sure to yote on the charter. Monday. EL M. Eoys of Farwell was in the city yesterday. Lawyer John Giberson is doing business at Pontiac, Lansing and Albion this week. Let there be a big vote on the charter next Monday. Don't stay at home, but vote yes or no, as you think best. A good many who have promised us wood on subscription wood do us a favor if they wood bring that wood along at once. The Harrison Cleaver says the attempts to get their city council to meet are futile. It has been two months since that body has met. We are receiving numerous, orders for tax receipts. Township treasurers can save money by leaving their orders at the Sentinel office, besides getting a superior job. We understand that some of our best home talent will soon produce, at the Doherty opera house, for some good cause, the excellent comedy- drama, "Imogene, or the Witch's Secret," From now till spring overcoats and winter wraps will be in fashion. They can be discarded temporarily, while traveling in the steam heated trains of the Chicago, Milwakee & St. Paul Railway. For comfort, for speed and for safety, no ther line can compare wtth this great railway of the West. 52-3 Here's one that's going the rounds of the state press,said to have originally appeared in the Soo Sews: An editor who died of starvation was being escorted to heaven by an angel who had been sent out for that purpose. "May I look at the other .place before we ascend to the eternal happiness?" '-Easily," said the angel. So they went below and skirmished around taking in the sights. The angel lost track of the editor and went around hades to hunt him. He found him sitting by a furnace fanning himself and gazing with rapture upon a lot of people in the fire. There was a sign on the the furnace which said, "delinquent subscribers." "Come," said the angel, "we must be going." "You go on," said the editor, "Pm not going. This is heaven \ enough for me." J Ed Alger was. down from .-Olarence over Sunday. Miss Anice Knowles r>f Tweed,Ont., is visiting her cousin, H. F. Bagley, in Clare. , . Tatman & Fairbanks, wholesale and retail dealers in fresh meats} City Meat market. Mrs. D. M. Alwar4 and Hazel departed this afternoon for Battl-e Creek and Lansing on a visit. The Coleman Inpendejit says that John Doherty is building a new house f and winds up the item by asking what it means ? * . Mr. Corbett familiarly known as Jim has decided to quit the business^ pro-] fessional prize fighting. He may lose his voice. Agents wanted for, rapid selling household article; large commissions paid; exclusive territory given; fori particulars., address, A. M. McCoy, Clare, Mich. 52-13 Young girls, tired of the monotony of country life and fond of adventure* frequently go to tlie city and quickly come to grief. ' The papers are full of stories of such follies, and every one of them should be a lecture heeded by those who are still safe, and ought to be happy in their own country homes. Eeed City Democrat:—The material of the Liberator office, the prohibition organ whibh squatted here about a year ago, is being packed for shipment to more promising fields. How that the county is to have local option there is no use for a prohibition organ, especially of the "lubricator" pattern. It uses too much wind for the little noise it makes. Gazette: A Hudson man is doing a land office business by advertising 25c. "dish washers" in newspapers through out the country. He receives an armful of orders nearly every day, and to each and every housekeeper who wants to"make dish washing-easy." he sends a common pieee of cloth, about 14 inches square, carefully done up in manilla paper, and encloses printed instructions to"wet theeloth in warm water containing a liberal allowance of soap, pull back the sleeves and proceed in the good old fashioned manner. Second orders are not numerous. Leave your orders at the City Meat Market. Meat delivered to all parts of the city*. More local on another page. " Piano to; rent.—Inquire at White's jewelry store. 3Sb patridge, quail or woodcock pm I be lawfully offere-3 for sale this year. €}.- BV G-oodenow was able to srme' down town this we§k with the &M of emtches. * ■Leave your order for.'SiiaeksgMiig at John Jackson's- market. Choice |Turkeys 20c. abound, . I-have all th© negatives made by.Be-*! | Vogt during tbe last nine years md.. can furnish duplicate photo at. any time. Tandereook, the Photographer. ;-For Sale or Exchange-r40 acre farto- one quarter mile e'ast of city; 'limits;: ■ "fearshe J wi|j Se-Q or exchange for house and lot in Clare. Enquire//of Jay Piper, Glare.. A. J. Doherty, 'Wm. Crawford aoct Walt Gaunt were in~. Saginaw, Wednesday, witnesses in the 1$m suit of Hoyt Dry Goods Go, against Mr. Crawford. The case was adjourned to December 10th. i For Sale—A Stereopticon or Magic Lantern, with 75 fine views. Cost $100;. will sell for $50 cash. It isjsome- thing a person can make money with* ease giving entertainments, For particulars, address Box 228, Mt. Pleasantr Mich. • Thursday evening of last- weQk when. Bev. S. A. Long returned from prayer meeting, he found a couple anxiously awaiting his return to the parsonage- Thepaiir had by previous arrangement; met in this city to be united in matrimony, The groonij' Jonathan Beemer, was a young man from Yassar, age ®5 years, and the bride} Mrs. Caroline Grimmy, age 66 years,- was from near Marion, The ceremony was duly performed after the most satisfactory ey- idence was furnished that they had not run away without their parents5 consent. The happy couple then returned to the Calkins and. next day took the train for Marion, where the* bride has a farm and where the couple willlive, and those who. know them w^sh them a long* happy life. * The wedding is all the more romantic from the fact that they knew each other in childhood. But each married som^ one else; and after many long years one became a widower, the other a widow, with the result that in almost their second childhood they again met and were united, "to go the way of aE fleshj5' -eta. ■"15' fS z..'A^ Mz-izz, 1"
|Title||1895-11-22; Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jeffries|
|Description||Friday, November 22, 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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