1893-02-10; Clare Sentinel (1892)
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'> <~~> <z y . _> . iA-y -?5 If CLARE, MICH., FEIDAY, FEBRUABY 10, 1898. "Ewmb&T II. TT^'^'f.^W :t a i U lilii U toll 11 H II III CLAR ^E 3>F I POSTOFFICE A =€OWTEMTiOMB sj*4**w-*>4 '-it least a dos-sn caw-di-dat ss— HkrS Biiost ©f tSieiifi liave with- cSt'awn—Yoq cfosft hear .much n3!.3@ fe)*ut there is a tot of work feeing do-me to aoefe €Q^mth&p®r§iTnmomsk IZArm glase tlie result of tlie TSo~ vcE2cJS? elestloii was certain enough glict- men Tasgaa t© gay their election tsiSj wMeh Is the Asaeiiean way of in- vZZZazMas a tfeffieat* candidates for tiie n:TjSf2e3SaOIsEQliSYe been numer" yA, Q.nlet little Interviews im back -AAZc^ aui'isEat-sSgs'otipsof two in office ",, ia some* eases, an iines> ; isvlt-a'filssa. touimwo something," u22"-'3 r.B Saiie^tei to the attentive ob- :» :• 7&r that thisre was a. strong' politl- 8!>f. ^Gresrreat to tlie otherwise quiet' .*3*0,, ,.:::o©\ stairs.. 'vPe toe baffoce us tlie names of not :Y:3 AzZAii, q- Comat6sgttiQcs8fc&ot various c'ic^-;c-3&i!©fiiiencewlio liave aspired r'j t3s<3 wostmasterehlp. 'Wo refrain Aazl fiTSag tleia tee, as some of Aajus. eheilshed tiieir hope so fondly, 'yoyzA it so tenderly and watched it zyAss m gaily, that they might im- l jlne we were trespassing in their po- ""'Irilssl burial place. • However, the list :"_:oZ:i€es two physicians, a hotel keep- --??„ e sslooa deeper, a blacksmith, a '. .^Kiware elerk, an editor, two or three. ::i*?xeliaats and others; It is aot espeeted that £any party j relics "will grow out of the contest, Ylie.isnleehgr aspirants will he only ths ~.- Azzyz falthM. A democrat thrives oh I :.-.* .^•.fiWUiil spotntsneiit. Calamity and disaster are Ms meat ,and drink—when mst-Mag stranger is offered, Tiie fesrl feelings of eight years ago t__et raaMe yet in. some democratic' breeds was ehie more to outside inter-, feraace t&am to mere disappointment, „ a mss that hai never heen of any use vc. the josrfe," getting* the prize, happen- : r;? to catch S. O. I'isher when he had :: 1* ,£I spell on, and leaving two or yyB of tine faithful in the lurch, only ;• _ - c*i whcei f§ hoping for better luck yyyiim®. fA3B of tfe3 hopeful went down to see'. Tf. If, "Ferris of Big, Bapids, the d^- fectoclijafaiilst,candidate, some time $33, who is generally -admitted to he the fli-S]5£3ser of democratic patronage f o the oleTeath district. We are in- 'Asr&ed that the reception was not over eusAAZZ. Another believes he 'has a, drc?2g K|wfll» with T. A. E. Weadock c-2 "5113 tenth district'which may count fc-zhlm. A third was recently in De- i;rait s.n& the stoxy goes that he had yi l^tarTiew with Don IE.. himself, LizZ- toad that Bon ^on?t pretend to ::-s:i eisdEs smg;HaffaIirs-asthis. A fourth A flying on. Mr.. Perils5 good judgment, which means, of course, favor-- Afy to hSsaself; measwhile he .Is ap- ZZZyzAzj & little toaie In the form of C'.'rca^ iaioKemeiatSj which, it would zrZ3 h3 ssjrgrfelagj Easy win the day. i'hs so>iaEii!iiitty at large Is natural- ests.S aa_i have conclude! that of We :>s eaiatestiiesfetweeE just- two i.3 easSlclatea. But which two? " ly&row must aot tell. A~?c- 0!r®2eti t-iae >o I7h0le tlii3g« We have yyyjjsm e® esie^, else w© would tom mystery of is the suspense :hat arises St Intesestlng. However, :fe X7llt emu. ho me%. aad while one Is :-hc!Cs3 i:h©rems!ni.er will he "as lim© 3 r„ DtciKS1 of snels^a5* and have .rrr^-sas Icist life© a -ehfel&e: f.'i'Tr, rJ th© other eiaS©f th© garden." v7& \7i!l aficl that Has report that the TT-"-?*2!tt jpsstsusster latljeiidefi to resign inffivoFof 0ae©f the aspirants before .YS^'Mi-SthjlEor-fierto steal a march TO pag©B Kext Tuesday is St. Valentine day- . Chet Stiles was at Church, Tuesday.. A burst of confidence—a savings bank failure. - L. T. Olds, who has been quite sick, Is on the gain. XL EL Graves' was over from Mt. _?l_asant yesterday. ^ "W, H. Browne of Harrison was'a, caller at onr offlce Tuesday. Legislative and state news on inside pages of this impression. BE. M. Bicknell has a new and interesting ad. in this number. • Austin Bichardson of Harrison was in the city Monday on -business. J. \¥. Skyring of Loomis was among the visitors in the city Monday. - . This is the season when the bad boy gets even with the school ma'am. C, D. Bowen of the SshtiheIi was in Mt. Pleasant the flrst of the week. Miss Emma Sexsmith visited her sister at Calkinsville the first of the week. O. Palmer had. a barrel of oil stolen from the depot platform one night this week. • - * • Dr. G-oodman of Saginaw was making professional calls in the city "Wednesday. Mrs. A. 1?. Mack entertained Miss Lizzie Keiley and Mrs. E. Perry of Saginaw, yesterday. Miss Lulu Thurston returned home Tuesday evening from a visit of some length in Bay City. Clare streets are kept clear of snow hy the use of a plow, which is* put in use after each storm. 'Mrs. 0* H. O'Donald returned from Howard City the first of the week, her sister being .much better. The democratic judicial convention for the 21st district is called to meet in Doherty opera house, .March 4th. C. ~W. Perry made a trip to Mt. Pleasant Wednesday. Perhaps the judgeship Md nothing to do with it, and then, again . A young man living at B. Stewart's' in Sheridan had a logroll over him' recently, but owing to the deep snow he was not seriously hurt. The early spring prophet is now getting in Ms work. We hope he hits it. nearer right than he did last fall, when he prophesied an open winter. Until March 1st Tatman & Schilling. will sell decorated crockery at cost in- order to make-room for boots' and" Shoes. Call early and get bargains, Efehel Elden was taken sick Satur*-* day with scarlet fever, but as the case is not a severe one and is properly isolated, no fej^rs are entertained of further cases. •The cold weather, and heavy snows have raised havoc with the passenger train service on the Michigan railroads. It is hardly possible for the trains to get through on schedule time. . We met Ora Hale at the depot Monday. He was returning from Stratford, Conn., to Harrison. He went east on account of his health but found that the Atlantic fogs were not suited' to Mglkse, .; "Anybody that don't know any more than to throw ashes!'in the middle of the street ought to be whipped!" was the rather forcible language of a farr mer yesterday as his heavily loaded sleigh struck on somebody's ash heap "while driving into town. It isn't jwst the thing to do, for a fact. Married, hy Justice J. H. Carpenter, Sunday, February 5,1898, Jndson Wilson of Vernon township tq Miss Bertha Barshaw-of ©rant township. Mr. Wilson is an industrious young man of -:r---otMeF5,lB~TdthoitioimdiionT steady haWtB and tlie teMe is an estimable young lady. We join with their Mends in wishing them much joy. The Chicago Inter Ocean, one of the greatest newspapers in the west, says: "You can always jndge a town audits people by its newspaper. Hever buy .town lots or land where a poof, half- starved newspaper-is published. Newspapers these days are a necessity not a ItiKury.- They are so cheap that the CZai vA3 €i©2iyery sleighs narrowly es= 'ZyA (Amt ge with jpsrhaps serious in- y £g the §somry hoys Milt SasSon, dyystZAf momMgs at the Maple 'CA sr-csstag. A Humher of engines •£.-■ moviait ia ths yar-3 and the boy ; v.T/isMsjg them as he drove "upon :- irsmlAg s___I dM mot see the nine 3 as it came quietly wp "V,V"_s. C-, i»t!!it was close hy. thent© jTiill up Tout the fe pil? cc* he "srggfi the salsaal <31 poorest can have them. By an inexcusable over-sight .'' .-:;■: £2Ks to eagiaesr put on the sir ...:-:? j, The eagf alrpgssed the rear of Ir. AyrAi g$> elcsaSy there was no scosa ': ■ y~rA. A wommW delay wools "'..*"■: f,f*f_-_fpo-ea?ile3 higher than they ■•■ "' lr.-.^Lia£9JtE$tlBae. - v f r ._:_.. s1 GSiotfeer Afy AlAstm -eo?for we failed to mention that O. H. Sutherland's benign smile of last week was due to the fact that he is now the possessor of a new girl-calf of the Jersey persuasion, born about two weeks ago; that Is, he calls it a calf, though it is about the size of a young lamb. He is. e-oi-siBB «_ f eg prpool of it that he dont mind w! sal sekJ tiie [yon asij ij|M if jjq -tafeenels to wear it as thor: "-^-*«-*». lA&tQm mmuilm, The calf 03) Aa 'A^AZAA Aa\ wstsh ©harsa, or nta&e other similar mmuilss, sieveiT'thsless. ABOUT OUR JKTBIGIECBQIIS. 3[_at0Eestin-g 3_f©ws aad Gomsiaei_.ts Which we Find Anacragr Ora. Exchanges* »» Amasa Bust, the noted lumberman, died last week in Saginaw. Greenville claims to be the leading potato market of the world. The Cleaver says that many infants in Harrison are affected with lung troubles. '. _ ? Bills* are up announcing a grand masque ball at Farwell, February 22, hy the K. O. T. M. band. Mt. Pleasant K, of P's, give their' third annual reception and ball, Tuesday .evening, February 14. The post office at Wise has been reestablished. The patrons formerly got their mail at Coleman, chiefiy. The Independent thinks that Coleman will have £,060 souls by another year. Hothing like being hopeful. Olio Star: A meeting of the board of directors of the Clio Agricultural and Driving Park association will shortly be called to consider a proposition to form a race circuit embracing Alma, Bay City, Caro, Clio, Evart," Mushing, Harrison, Ithaca, Midland, Mt. Pleasant and Owosso. The proposition has come from H. W. Beck- with, secretary of the Midland Driving Park association, who has taken the initiative in the movement. Marion Dispatch: J. H. Hosier and wife visited Harrison friends last Thursday and started to return Sunday morning. When at a point about two.miles and a half east of BeU .& Prestel's mill the cutter was accictent- ly over-turned, spilling out the occupants. In the excitement the horse got away from John and did not stop till it reached the mill, where it halted of its own accord, doubtless of sheer exhaustion. Strange as it may seem not a strap was broken and the cutter escaped without further damage than a few scratches. It was a most miraculous escape for all concerned. . Evening !S*ews: An interesting law suit was tried, at Gladwin. Isaac. Hanna,' ex-county treasurer, when set- * tling with the county at the time he retired from offlce, gave a check for $500 on the bank of M. C. Scrafford & Co., while according to that institution's books he had only $300 deposited there. Last April the bank credited him with $300, but on Hanna's book appears a charge for $500, while the pass book entry, it is said, appears to have been changed either from $500 to $300, or from $300 to $500. It was claimed that the corresponding entry in Hanna's own book had been tampered with. The case ended in a judgment for the plaintiff, but will he ap-* pealed. Want the Gladwin Branch. (From tlie Gladwin Becord.) Keither Cadillac or Harrison would object to railroad connections with Gladwin. The Cadillac Democrat sayst "But Cadillac is hustling in another direction. Another railroad must be secured. We must have (mark the term) railroad connection with Manistee, Glaclwin and Alpena, andthe'Dem- ocrat is in a position to say that every- IMnglooks very favorable for its being secured." And the Harrison Cleaver remarks: "Let our people unite with the Cadillac citizens and put forth an extra effort to secure an extension of the Michigan Central from jGrladwin." RmPUBfclCiU*. COUNTY CONYENTXOST. See call elsewhere for republican county convention to meet in Doherty opera house, Eebruary 17. The following items of business are to be transacted: to nominate a commissioner" of schools for Clare' county; to choose delegates for 21st judicial convention which meets in Clare, March 2j to chose delegates to the state convention which meets in Detroit, February 22; to transact such other business as may come before the convention. Ward caucuses are called* for tomorrow (Saturday) evening, notices of which are found in their proper place. Let every caucus be fully attended as the work ,to be done is very importa-pit and Should be3looked, after by every voter. Glare Market Priced. Below we give the average price of each article as it! is sold in Clare this week: ' ' ] Oats, 45c per tb. Coms 70c per h)au Eggs, 25cperdoz„ ' Butter, 2oc per lb. Eeed, $1.25 per cwt. Sausage, 12ic per lb. - Potatoes, 75c per bu. Best bacon, 18c per lb. Pork stesk315c per lb. Beef steak, 12-Se per lb. Best apples, $!.§© per tra, Best pork5 ISa a lh.s m 832 u Mi. Will Sell YoU x en's 2 BiiBkle Lumbermen Hro fir first quality ._*€„ ,* cfiff-i! Men's HUrons Boy's a it .i^eijies^ber We keep *Mll ."..-/ Wi\\ not be \ii)darsoy * en's SKrn 02611 fal id 10 mm. €l# ■Cf* 1 *f; we regardless of st. mManm Oh! OhI Ohll eorte, Wliat's tlie Mailer? Oh.!! Oil!! I lia¥8 got such, a pain in my stomaolt. Wliy don't yon go to tlie OENTEAL DEUe STOEE 1 .1 1. ■ * 1 ■■■-■11- .ni.iii and get a Tbottle of MnsselPg Bone Liniment! One dose will lielp yon at once, I have tried it and 1 tell yon it. is one of tlie "best remedies sold2 for Internal pains, Oramps, Ooliej Eenralgiaf Sore Throat, Golds OMIblains. Sprains, Braises, Ehenmatism, Look over his Book stock while there. (It is complete.) Ill do it. * And don't forget the place. Ho.
|Title||1893-02-10; Clare Sentinel (1892)|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, February 10, 1893 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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