1894-05-04; Clare Sentinel (1892)
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-j? on A ' ^ n M $ %<l fflffP V ^x& J^Tblished im tlie 0 OSEKT2KEL ea©|i weel;6 . ■ ft -fifiassitsHa *SIse otker feree * 09^*3*52*3 of* fk© county OoOOOOJJkOOO' Yotaae 2. CLAE.E, MICH., EMBAY, MAY 4, 1894. Mraafear %. 3E3E "2E Z3 Jl- r 14 '*■.. e [ERE FOE Fancy Grocerie lakeol Good 3ctionary5 *te« Ail of the a est quality, . Yours for Trade 6 6 ce creams 6 6 IF Ley EmildiM, When You Want Fresh M BREVITIES. Sun- next Call at tlie M ;w i ma: ;t H©ar tke Bee©: j>f Seventh. All orders -will Tbe Promptly Delivered. CALL AND SEE US TAXMAN, », Mich. ^[(S©!i| WEHT TO THE BOTTOM— *>o did Groceries Flour, Fori:, Lard, Teas, Coffees, sugars Emit trees are in full bloom. Frank Mk of Mt. Pleasant dayed in. Clare. Adjourned council meeting Monday evening. E. H. Waller has moved into one of tbe Alger bouses on east 5tb street. Mrs. David Kelley visited with friends in Saginaw a few days tbis week. Mrs. J. Cunningham basbeen quite sick for tbe past few weeks, but is gaining. It was Sam Young, not John, as stated last week, wbo is on Geo. Dawson's saloon bond. A.McLuckie, the blacksmith, moved bis family to St. Louis, tbis week, wbere tbey will make tbeir borne. Ladies, just inspect those silk umbrellas at $1.89. Also underwear and start waists at Mrs. G. A. Graves*. Mrs. W. H. Elden and motber, Mrs. Steckert, and Master Morris, departed Tuesday for a visit of two weeks at Midland. Mrs. W. J. Hutchison bas been unable to perform ber duties as teacher during tbe week as she bas been ill with tbe mumps. Geo. T. Sexsmith and Miss Jessie Burdice returned to Cbicago, Wednesday, after a couple of weeks' visit with bis parents in tbis city. Jesse Williams is no longer connected witb Tbe Calkins. He is considering an offer to take an interest in the Everett House, Saginaw. Trout fishing was indulged in quite generally, May 1st, by local disciples of Isaak Walton. But so far aa we can learn tbere was more fisbing tban flsb. H. H. Graves of Mt. Pleasant was in tbe city, Tuesday. He appeared before tbe city council Tuesday evening inbebalf of John Husted's liquor bond. Iff. M. Jourdan, wbo bas leased tbe Sterns house, is giving the house a thorough renovation and intends to maintain a first-class hotel and boarding house. Dr. Witherspoon of Harrison, and D. B. Wait of Farwell, superintendents of the poor, are in the city looking after the matter of the poor house which was struck by lightning last evening. Miss Cassie McDonald of the Democrat-Press, office departs tomorrow for Gladwin to join her mother on a visit. They will then go to Ashland, Wisconsin, where Miss McDonald will make her home with her parents. Our contract by which the Sbhti- heii is enabled to furnish the Chicago Weekly Inter Ocean and the Sbhti- •kel together for $1.50, will expire Junel. Those who wish to secure this remarkable offer will need to act soon. Peter Mortz and city treasurer, Isaac ^^^-=~ HOU te the Hie to Mb! Cc-reem oniosis and-'parsnips received fresh every morning. Fine lime ©aimed, ery„ *:oods and eonfeetion* rash iarfle ail ... FLOWER SEEDS im IbnlJs. or package. Fresh Sepply of Thread and eooMes stamtly on hand. Farm' When in meed of the above eall on ID) vi=y U=d ww> Opposite Wolsky Blosk, Clare. MEW Jay B; Sogers has purchased Saley Feighner's livery on 4th street, has added new carriages, harnesses and horses, and will be pleased to have you call when you want a neat rig at reasonable figures. Comfortable offices in connection. Bemember I lead in the dray business and, sell wood, also. JAY IL ROGERS, fgCTiers and Horsemea Endorse r>n Sml-fe Item. Soft You. 28€ti». BoW by Ifesseli. the druggist. Harris, were at Midland, Thursday, as a special committee to invite the citizens of that city to join with Clare in the ceremony of UEveiling a monument, May 30th. All the cities and villages in this vicinity will be invited to participate. C. 1*. Haller, Maple street, is steadily improving in health. Wm. O. Bra- den, postmaster at Grayling, called on him not long ago and offered him the position of assistant postmaster at that place as soon as he may be well enough to go on duty. Mr. Haller was assistant postmaster at Grayling several years ago, during which time the office was raised to third class. The Beaverton correspondent to the Gladwin Becord says: "The jolly Sam Gage of the F. & P. M. road was here Saturday and made us all feel like buying him something by his announcement that Beaverton will get a daily train, beginning Monday, April 30th. It will run in from Coleman every night on the arrival of the 6:30, lay over night here and leave at about 7 a. m. It will be of great accommodation to our citizens and traveling public in general." Last week we mentioned that Mrs. Chalker, mother of Mrs. Alfred Louch of this city, had suffered a stroke of paralysis. We are called this week to record her death which occurred yesterday. ThefuneTal takes place this afternoon at the' home of A. Louch, Bev. A. H. Coors, conducting the service. Interment will be at Cherry Grove. Mrs. Chalker was born on Grand Island 16 years ago and for the past few years has made her home with her children. Of those, besides Mrs. Louck of this city, there are: Mrs. H. P. Whipple, Belding; Mrs. G-ep. Mitts, Port Huron; Wm. Chalker, Grayling; Oliver Chalker, who lives in Kansas and Edward Chalker, in Kansas. All except the last two are in attendance at the funeral. E. 'Unicunie, Sr., is at Harbor Springs. J. B. Irwin was doing business m Coleman, Monday. Jas. Walsh was in Mt. Pleasant on business, yesterday. $600 in purses are offered for the races at Beed City, July 3d and 4th. Mrs. Barney Langtree of Mt. Pleasant visited in this city the first of the week. Lawyer J. H. Canfleld of Harrison was in the city, Tuesday, euroute for Midland on business. Theo. Bogue of Mt. Pleasant, formerly of Clare, departs next Monday for a visit to "der Vaterland"—Germany. .A new time card is soon to go into effect on the T, & A. A. Another train is to be added between Mt. Pleasant and Cadillac. E. H. Waller, the sboeman, is the proud possessor of a handsome registered Irish setter which was sent him this week by a friend in Grand Bapids. At Saginaw, Monday: B. H. Jenney, Joseph Hudson, L. W. Lea'ch, David Kelley, S. C. Kirkbride, Josiah Hofnung, E. L. Pratt, M. D. Eaton, H. A. Stroupe. Hon. Frank Hatton, who was assistant postmaster-general in Cleveland's first term, died Monday. The post office of Hatton, in this county, was named for him. Evart Be view: W. S. Cooley, the marble dealer of Clare, has been doing business in the city during the week. Many specimens of the handiwork Of Cooley & Dorsey's shop adorn Forest Hill Cemetery. Wm.' "VanConant, who is agent for the Deering binders and mowers, has bought the building formerly used by Ort & Dixon for storing sash and doors, just south of Lee's feed mill, and has opened his office therein. Mr. Van- Conant has an ad. in this issue. Bead it- Mrs. Wilbur was severely injured Monday. As she was going down the outside cellar stairs at home, a child let a plate fall from a window above, striking Mrs. Wilbur on the head, cutting a deep wound and rendering her delerious for several hours. The semi-annual apportionment of primary school interest money, which will be made by Superintendent of Public Instruction Pattengill among the several counties of the state next week, will include 616,073 children of school age. The per capita rate is 83 cents and the total amount to be apportioned is $56*7,282.05. This is the largest semi-annual apportionment ever made in Michigan.—Evening Hews. The new lecture by Dr. Colledge, '■Second Fiddles," is a combination of wit, wisdom, humor and philosophy, touching many of the problems that influence life, turning with the hand of a master the Kaleidoscope of human action. The audience is given a look into the "whys and wherefores" that serve to make men first and second fiddlers in the world's great orchestra, The lecture is full of practical wisdom, genuine humor and sound philosophy. Dr. W. H. Thomas, of Chicago, says of this lecture: ' flt is bright, humorous, instructive and healthy in its teach- idgs." Hon. J. W. Giddings, Lieut. Governor of Michigan: "Second Fiddles belongs to that class of lectures which should have an enduring place on the platform; it carries all the way through a spirit of encouragement, exalted ambition, and is interspersed with delightful humor." Mr. Colledge will lecture on this subject at the Congregational church, May XL. The city council at its regular meeting Tuesday evening ground out quite a grist of business and the session was quite interesting, being enjoyed by quite a number of citizens. Liquor bonds occupied the chief time of the council. The bond of J. G. Husted with Isaiah Feighner and Elmer Hal- sted as sureties was not accepted. Neither was that of James Duncan with Al. Louch and Warren Pierce as sureties. The bond of John Haring was withdrawn by himself. O. Beem- er's bond with J. C. Boekafellow and Chas. Ackerman, sureties, was approved. Also druggist John W. Dun- lop, E. H. DeYogt and J. C. Boekafellow, sureties. The bond of John Cunningham with Geo. Dawson and Bu- Begister J. S. Boss was down from Harrison, Tuesday. M. G. Smith was in the vicinity of Harrison last week buying potatoes. S. D. Coon of Loomis sends us a reply to Mr. Unicum's article of last week. A slight accident in the F-. & P. M. yard this noon derailed a box car and a caboose. Prof. C. E. Linabury of Orion has been engaged as principal of the Harrison school. A division of the uniformed rank has been instituted by the Knights of Pythias at Midland. Mrs. M. Keebler returned from the hospital at Ann Arbor, Wednesday. She is much improved in health. The Loomis correspondent in last week's correspondence said St. Louis Loan and Mortgage Co. when he meant Michigan Loan and Mortgage Co. of St. Johns. Bert Carpenter of the Harrison passenger train service and B. F. Kramer of Conductor Boyd's crew, have traded jobs. The former has moved to Clare from Harrison and will occupy one of the Lossing cottages on 7th street, recently vacated by E. H. Waller. Midland Sun: On account of his wife's poor health, O. G. Labadie has decided to abandon the theatrical business, and is now negotiating for a suitable place in this city to open a first-class hotel. He-has had considerable experience in the hotel business, and if he is successful in his endeavors, will give Midland a hotel second to none in any place in northern Michigan. When you see a woman step to her kitchen door and fling a pan of dishwater or other slops out on the ground to sweat and stink like a rotten mack- eral by moon-light, you can bet high she is an untidy housekeeper. There is more disease bred in that way than any other. All sorts of slops should be emptied in a pail and carried and emptied on plowed or otherwise open and porous ground. t The preparations for observing Decoration Day go bravely along. The executive committee met Saturday evening and appointed the following special committees: On finance, Jas. Tatman, Jas. Boyd, D. McPhall; on vocal music, G. T. Converse and E. D. Palmer; on band music, Peter Mortz, C. H. Clark; on program, W. S. Cooley, W. H. Elden, John Sexsmith; on printing, C. W. Perry, John Giberson, D. E. Alward; on transportation, Peter Mortz, Isaac Harris, C. H. Clark, S. C. Kirkbride and J. J. Williams. It is intended to make the coming Memorial day and unveiling of the soldiers'monument, the grandest occasion in the history of this part of the state. We call attention to a notice elsewhere of a meeting of the trustees of the Ladies' Cemetary In! LOHIMGI P 1« M n nave to % Of t=3 Jl t==$ no mo; ft t=a dolph Lamb, sureties, came up, but was not considered, as Mr. Lamb wished to withdraw from the bond. A. committewas appointed to report on probable expense of extending water works north on MeEwan street and east and west one block each way on State street. John Giberson was reappointed city attorney, M. D. Davis health officer. W. T. Weir marshal and street commissioner. Association tomorrow, to which all lot owners are invited. We understand that it is quite important that lot owners be present as the ladies desire to know what action to take in regard to caring for the lots during the summer. It is proposed that such owners as do not care to maintain their own lots shall be assessed a small amount to defray necessary expense in maintaining. This is quite proper. Hearly every one who passes by or takes occasion to visit Cherry Grove comments upon the fact that the grounds as a whole, as wel} as individual lots, are much better cared for than but a few years ago. Everyday since spring opened, people may be seen busily working about the resting place of the dead, beautifying the lowly couch where they are taking their last, long sleep. The Ladies' Cemetery Association should be given their full share of credit for the organized- effort in caring for "God's Acre." The recurring observance of Decoration Day has had no small influenee in the matter. Turn out and encourage the association. ' Mrs. Goodman says That she has just received a handsome lot of new shapes in spring hats. Children's dresses made. Ladies call. Opposite the Calkins. ABVERTISED iLETTERS. Unclaimed letters remaining in the Clare post office for the week ending April 28th, 1894: Miss Etta Adell, Miss Lizzie Taylor, (2). Persons calling for above please say, "Advertised." T. H. Mayhakd, P. M. STERNS HOUSE RE-OPENED. Having re-opened the Sterns house, I intend to make a first-class hotel and boarding house of it. Persons stopping in the. city are invited to call. 1ST. M. Jovkdaxt, Prop. if Jrl JL,, V ps in tee city « which Wi .r< tin a* the ver y !©w< s pn n >elow is a partial List 50c HATS F 75c eg «& o hp1 fig Sfi as &£ fi'fi fifi >c« •£=£ a, ,00 ■e also have a large and fine select-ad s" Straw Hats for Men, Ladles and Children O)1 OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. to » r-^ (f*^ l***"""*! j—t fr^ TO THE PUBLIC: Our new expert miller, Mr. J. V. Eunyaa from Boston, Mass., formerly of Detroit, is now running our mill and turning out the 'finest grade of Hour . ever sold in this city. • ■■-'■-.■. Gall on ns and give it a test -and we will mw vince you of this fact. Leave orders at Democrat office, next door to post office. Grists exchanged, promptly. Revised Retail Prices at the.Mills Same of Elour. Price per,h] Mixed Patent, $4 Clare City Best, 3 Second Holler $ 1st Low Grade, ' % SO Mixed Bran, (composed of coarse "bran, coarse mids, fine mids and 2nd low grade flour,) at 90c per 100 lbs. t^Wheat Wanted to Mil W m ff-^ ■^ ILL ORDERS ¥0 *HJ MfWEk i II & HiB f. '.
|Title||1894-05-04; Clare Sentinel (1892)|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, May 4, 1894 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1892. In 1894, merged with The Clare Democrat and Press to form The Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press. Please note: This is not the current newspaper. It is a previous publication that had the same name.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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