1893-03-31; Clare Sentinel (1892)
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^ AA msm A CLARE, MICH., FMDAY, MAEGH 31, 1893. , STumbeF IS. 222221 E==D V **i * > i, A,~i"i \-f .*<*«• •a> *"•'** ' " ' - 'Jf We ■ liave on hand _W • Tlie Best Line of « Bo-sts* Shoes and RUtitier QoMs^ '* * That we ever had. & <are placing these Goods at a figure never surpassed for cheapness. 2fe"©iJl be-money in your pocket to see our OlhiSlcairoira'-® StsitQo! Shoes, iVUcsira^^ IRmitofisiea-S!, and JSw_&r*5ft_h__Iin_g its. TF^asx&t-^RZ &&*■&. IM-^ atl©o Ihiaiwcg* sl JW£ Stoek <a>ft m^Tla-tl^f first class. i ^^B©| M >n ill BRUNT Church, Lodge and Society- el ■_^[ltiXiA),->r^myiz: ESE THEY ST n_X©3SE_n_.]SKT tlSSi? ®w CITY AjSTB T7^2EI> ©EESCSBS TSBWEHATSaO. ' i Winner— th&t SB And. them get ©Eft A SSr-3_3g 'Slcfest—IS*?--'.]'*- tone TLo'h H&msy Sept-blieca se© IZsg-feSesr-sdl 3Ps.op©?ly- 3__Io:n_<3ajr and ISSlect; its.©* * Wl-ole TIcI__t "_72i"B__nt a IStesfe. Tto republican dtp-caucus was he_d' last FriSay evening, there being a gOGtl attendance, and nominated tho following: Mayor—Wm. A. Geodman. Clerk—GIias. IL dark. Treasurer—--James M.. Galliver. Justiee of the Peace—J. G. Rocfea- fellow. ScSiogl Inspectors—David McPhall for two>,years and Lorenzo D. Goodman f^iTone year. After the city caucus adjourned, W£Ei caucuses were -held in each ward. The &?st ward caucus was held at the council rooms and nominated; Supervisor—E.'D. Palmer. Alderman—David McPhall. Uigley-on the board of supervisors, the •interests of the city and the whole county will be well cared for. *. A city council in which David McPhall, Wm. A. Dean, Eugene H. DeYogt and Eollin H. Jenney sit as aldermen, will surely do much to advance the welfare of the city. With the constabulary force composed of Eichard Borthey, jr., Ghas. E. Smalley and Thomas Allison, the order and quietness of the community will be well looked after. Hhe whole ticket from top to bottom is a good one and t -deserves a big majority. Tote 5er straight. constable—Eichard INorthey. lESe-sasond ward, at Dean>s hall. JiU fasted as follows; SsneEF-isof—Wm. "VanConant. _.*. Al3..(tDflBvacancy)—E. BE. DeYogt. €©£stafcle—Ghas. E. Smalley. ^Zie W&d ward, at the Skbteihel Use, Mgninated: 8n peswisor—Ghas. I. Bigley. Alekeman—Eollin BL Jenney. CJomstaMe—Thomas Allison. Bps aimitted hy%he democrats that tboi?e.pibl!cancityiicketis a .strong obo. Wm, A. Goodman-is not only a soil voiis- getter^ fbut when elected rail gkwe the office good service- A t-kozougM business man and familiar u tMa the affairs of the city, it would las h&sd to find any one more competent for fine office. OfcarlesH. Glarkj th§. nominee for •oleFfej ISiSSpecially well equipped for tike sleiisal wc^k and business- that tM& o£3*te demands^ and withal he is a pjilisiai? Miow3 which will be shown m. Ms ele&Mon. fe^es M. Galliver5 (which sounds more ofeM than "Harry") is far and sway the feest possible man for treas- wei*. I*ar feom seeking the place, he Isas repeatedly refused to let his name as considered, but Ms special business cmalifications and- sterling integrity nlnfled Mm out as} -sot only the oMice of the republican, but, as will * fes slows ^©nday, the cfeoiee of the whole people, 'to be entrusted with tlie es-re of the eity funds. He al- roady holds a responsible trust' -with tlie 3?. &j P. M. company,, whielL, we are sarej will not in any way conflict Wittn Ms new duties.. Jo CX Eookafenow,, the '.nominee for jummef is a iE&n of long residence- 'in Glare j of wide", experience, -and well titefi to consider the cases that.' may isms before him for decision; His *Q'SHee is weijl located for public cbh- ~en!ence -aijd Ms .business is of such a ©riaraeter'aS to allow him to consider eosss seqn&ing justice at-the* conven- aeaee of the parties interested. - TIis oUce of school inspector :is _not }'&% ereatedj "but nominations were 737CC3 ta sntieipate such an. event. BstM McPhall and Lou Goodman are t&e aoiniaees. While the office, does izm r-zqiitm a great amount of work, rjliere siJe times when it is guite an im- 777*u?7at one. Both of the gentlemen tte excellent choices"'for the Ypstla_nti, Mich., 3-23-'93. To The Claee Seis^inbl: I am pleased to know that the republican .party was wise enough to place in nomination for school commissioner the person of H. M. Eoys. As a teacher of nearly two years' experience in Clare county, 1 wish to say—giving due regard to all candidates for the office-7-that never has any previous .commissioner showed more interest and done more for the advancement of •education in the county, than has the ©resent officer, H. M. Eoys. He therefore is deserving of re-election. €>n no county officer rests more responsibility. The school must be kept in progress. The man who is best qualified, and who has most interest in the ■progress of educational affairs, is the ©ne for this 'office, regardless of his po- 2aMcal views. Herman M. Eoys is the man for the office. Yours Yery Truly, . ' E. 0*. Welch. Everybody Should attend The Endeavor sugar social At the Congregational chapel* This Eriday evening, March 31, '91. Every lady remember the meeting at Mrs. Derby's tomorrow, April 1, at 2 p. m. The Ladies' Aid society will meet at the home of Mrs. S. A. Sutherland nest Tuesday at 2 p. m. The Ladies' Working society will meet at Mrs. Derby's, April 1st. All members requested to be present. The S"orth Central Conference of Congregational churches and ministers meets in Clare next Wednesday and Thursday. Eev. M. D. Eogers expects to deliver an address at Dean's hall, Sunday, April 9, in the interest of Orangemen and the American citizen. The Kings Daughters will meet at -the home of Mrs. Baylor Thursday afternoon April 6th. A good attendance is desired as there is plenty of work. Eev, H. EL Wilbur will speak on the "Eesurrection" Sunday morning at the Baptist church. Easter sermon, "The Walk to Emmaus" in the* evening. Special singing for the occasion. All are cordially invited. The W. E. C. v/ill give a 10c supper and sugar social at the W. E. 0. dining hall, next Wednesday, April 5, for the purpose of raising money for a monument to be placed upon the soldiers' lot in Cherry Grove cemetery. All are invited to assist in this enterprise. Wednesday evening a large company, numbering about sixty, gathered atthehomeof-Eev. S. A. Long for the purpose of becoming better acquainted with the pastor and his family. The occasion was an exceedingly pleasant and enjoyable one. Those present went away more fully appreciating their pastor. The meeting of the Ladies' Union will be held-Eriday, April 7th, at the hoiheofMrs, E. H. DeYogt. The supply of work needs much help. Let us have a large attendance. The meeting last week at the home of Mrs. J. Mason was one of great interest. Mrs. S. A. Long,. Mrs. G. Eriedeborn and Mrs. Jas. O'Connor gave in their names for membership. TLCCii,* ' 77*710B forbids our making special sf egeh of the ward ■ of"" an, (inayo_v) ji__.i J7i_,i €-00; rolrae^-Ws. T-aaOomaatsad 0. 1. ■*'_?o_* Circuit Jncige in tlie Slst Judicial JMstrict, Peter IF. BojMs." H. W. Tribune: This is the way to vote on the third day of April next; and, judging from the extremely flattering reports from all parts of this judicial district as to Mr. Dodds' candidacy, it is the way that a great majority of the electors thereof will vote on the day mentioned. Mr. Dodds' legal qualifications for the office are so well known and admitted by all and he is so well and favorably known as a thoroughly trustworthy and conscientious man, that his fitness for the office in every respect is beyond question: There is not a man in this entire district that is acquainted wfbh Mr. Dodds, but that knows that when legal matters arebrought before him they will be submitted to a* master mind and will be heard and decided by a-man whose desire at all times is' to do what is right, and who would make any sacrifice rather than to knowingly do wrong. This is the "manner of man" that the electors of this circuit are to vote for at the coming election and from: every locality and from members of every party come"fche glad ladings, "We are going to support Peter E. Dodds for circuit judge." The Glare Lone Star, L. O. L., had its regular meeting last Monday night and elected officers for the ensuing year as follows: Master—Wm, Cumungham. Deputy Master—Eichard Worthy, jr. ■ Recording Sec'y—Lew Baker. Financial Sec'y—Win. Hicks. Treasurer—Richard Northey, sr. Chaplain—M. D. Rogers. Inside tiler—Judson Wilson. JDirector of ceremonies—Rudolph Holtz. Com. men—Wm. Chard,*!?. W. Weir, Chancey Johnson, Tom Elliot, Aaron Northey. Delegate to district lodge at Midland April 11th, Wm. Hicks; delegate to state grand lodge at Grind Stone City in May, Wm. Chard. Delegate to the supreme grand lodge of the United States to b& held at Indianapolis in June, H. Orth. Shepherd correspondence of Isabella Enterprise: "faae people of this village and township are enthusiastic oyer the nomination of P. E. Dodds for judge of the 21st Judicial* district, and the common expression is "he is the man." Mr. Dodds' qualifications for this important position are beyond questioning, and as a gentleman and citizen he is above reproach. A prominent democrat and business man of this village remarked in our hearing this week, that "the democrats could not put up a maii who could defeat Mr.Badds,5? Erom December '91 up tOi January '93, the Clare Masonic lodge '"'has been working under a dispensation, but in January a charter was granted and on Monday Acting Grand Master Lew Winsor of Eeed City was in Clare and instituted the lodge. Among the visitors present were A. Coutant, Judge Maxwell, P, E. Dodds and Scott Part ridge of Mt. Pleasant, besides some from lluskegon. The visitors were greatly pleased with ' the manner in which they were entertained, "Sew officers were also elected, as follows: W.M.—W. A. Goodman. • - S. W.—R. M. MusseU. " J. W.—Claud P. Louch. * Treasurer—J. C. Rockafellow. Secretary—C. F. Marshall. S. D.—J. S. Ross. - J. D.—Da-rad McPhaU. Stewards—J.- S. BoyS, Ed H_ Waller. Tyler—James Louch. COKSOIliNTIOIIS'AlSB HOKEST -JUDGE, Sueh WH!^ Peter W. Bodds he. ^Judge Hart Cordially Supports Him.' Midland Eepubliean: The Eepubliean met Judge Hart the other day and made some inquiries about Mr. Dodds, the candidate for Judge of this circuit. Judge Hart said that Mr. Dodds has his cordial support,-that he is a good lawyer, capable and industrious, is a hard student, and will make a conscientious, honest judge, and there can be no question of his integrity in that important office. He will certainly carry to the-bench those habits of industry and careful thought that have characterized his work as an attorney. All should see. the "Two Orphans" at the opera house, April 10th. RY GOOD Ml Wo _p_5 ;"„ ..,-■-■-,> !*.j e have just opened a line of o . _3> -They are- bpuji Maipfrg® in This Spring the Prices are -n /^\ V^\ PEfliL BUTTONS, SlZ6! s of 3-4 -Fine 18 to 24, at! LcH( ituipk imfinj 2S1, saoM FUriian if>Q t&m£i pi"t*> li 5 dllLt bull % ca ao Jk'l itesf -oov TRIBE WITH US IND SOT'E 'MONEY. -j — - ■- ■ / Oolh^rt^ O'p io Yoti Fali>l Yonr Honse or your StaHe-, your 3?en< or yonr Face? ..- We have all kinds of Paints. Onr line of ready-mi.xed Bnokeye Paint is complete: We can fix yon ont in paints, oils, varnishes, pots .and brushes, for* yonr Spring painting at right'prices. And don't forget* that,floor,*—yon onght to • paint Mlm% f.._ "—it: saves, yonr already over-taxed wif e; a • lot --of. SoraBMBg and .heavy sweeping.- ' -•■ .. .-■■•*..;•..■ , •"'. If yoii are a novice, we can tell yon all. -about 'misng Faints.' s ■-- "7 'y-■-'; >r ' ' - - * - * - ' * A "..-',-, ' .ssellj *:.*• /"*'•■ THE DRUGGIST.
|Title||1893-03-31; Clare Sentinel (1892)|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, March 31, 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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