1893-05-05; Clare Sentinel (1892)
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•--/■" 3 i --"\ r Volniad 1. CLASS, MICK, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1898. lumber oq ^&r''^.l4'.*fih$&>& .'.t*3.^.'.--V.".y-.^-?5 ________________3__i3__~ 3_________________*___23 :____£___£ Cupid Triumphant. OBGTTS_—HQD&IH3. - "WeSaesday afternoon, 'May 3, '93. at tlie Methodist parsonage, Evart, tlie Hsv. S". "W. Corbett performed the C3rer_o„y which united the lives '"for bsttGii." of worse" of "Daniel Grouse of GlEre and Bliza Hodgins of "Vernon. _Te3t-srday the newly married couple i~©t_r_ed to Glare where they will _3L__e their home. I__s. Grouse is the daughter of Jas.. ' Scdgins of Yernon and is a young lady &■. many charming qualities and high- ; c-steemed by all. Mr. Grouse is one I Clare's foremost young "business sen j energetic and reliable and worthy ot the best. Mr. and Mrs. Grouse will begin housekeeping at onGe in one "of the Lossing cottages on 7th street. _CA__TAKD—W_ST_ZL__K. A _mall company assembled at the home of Geo. H. Dawson, "Wednesday evening, to witness the marriage of Br. T. H. Maynard and Miss Ida West- miller, by Eev. A. H. Coors. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Dawson, Mr. and Mrs. I. Feighner, Mr. and Mrs. Baton, Mr. and Mrs. L. Goodman, Eev. and Mrs. Coors and Albert Maynard. Both the contracting parties are well known and stand high in the esteem of the community. ' Dr. Maynard has a large medical-practice and is known a long distance from Clare as a man of ability and. integrity. Mrs. Maynard eame to this city something like two years ago from Ithaca, "N". Y., and during her stay here has been highly thought and spoken of by all. After Ringer. Under-sheriff Parrish went to Toledo the last of the week to find Engineer Binger who was the cause of the Far- weli wreck. It was learned that Einger had a- wife living there and it was hoped that he might be traced through her. She disclaimed any knowledge of him however, stating that Einger had lived with her only six weeks after their marriage, which was over four years ago. A photo- ffranh of Einger was secured from her however and this week photographer E. EL DeVdgt of Olare made numerous copies of the same which will be used in the quest for the engineer, L^/gicer Parrish expresses the opinion "-■f r_at Einger will be found soon or late. Decoration Day. A meeting of all citizens is called for Tuesday evening at the G-. A. E. hall to arrange for suitable decoration day exercises. Let there be a large attendance. More and more as the years go by the youth, (and their elders too) need lessons in patriotism to offset the influence of this commercial age to forget the service of those who sacrificed themselves to preserve the nation, and to offset the tendency of immigration to obscure our heroic traditions. The object lesson of the empty sleeve and the crutch grows dimmer almost daily as the old soldier responds to his last roll call and awakens to the reveille on the other shore. The 4th of July is fast degenerating into a day of revelry and money-getting. Decoration day alone remains as an occasion when true patriotic spirit can be awakened. Eightly conducted, the lessons of the past may be impressed upon the present generation with telling force. We turn out in crowds in hot July because it pleases our love for excitement and fun. Shall we not with equal interest join in the service of Memorial day? The southern people turn out in crowds to honor their, dead, are we less devoted? Go to the meeting Tuesday night. A New Mill. Hubel's grist mill, about one hundred rods west of the union depot, has been, fitted with a run of shingle machinery and leased by Fred Hubel and Peter and George McEeever under "the nameof "Hubei.&j Go. *'=The mill.fe'new" with excellent steam power, and; '_ _£ ploys about 15 hands, cutting 25,000 a day. It began cutting .last week. Geo. S. Hyde of McBride has contracted their cut, being the same party who has the cutting of Ehodes' mill at Farwell and Clute & Turbush's mill in Yernon. The gentlemen of the firm are not new to the business and those having business with them will find them first-class men to deal with. Got the Wrong- Man. Monday the sheriff .of Manistee county came to Clare and arrested a man. whose name we did not learn, for larceny in that county add took him to Manistee for examination. He proved to be the wrong man. Yesterday the sheriff was in Meredith in company with Sheriff Brown and arrested John Suitor for the crime. John got a free ride to Manistee but returned this morning.. He was not the ▼right man either. Suitor is a young man and has lived in Clare and Gladwin counties for some time, being employed at present on the railroad, and was never west of Clare county. Foreign Iron Trade is Sick. WASHEsraTOJT, May 3— "The iron and steel trade of England and Scotland is suffering considerable depression just now," said George Beard, a wealthy iron manufacturer of. Glasgow. "I hope your people will soon repeal the McKinley bill, for since it went into effect my house has not sold a dollar's worth of sheet iron and steel in the United States." Killed at .Hackiey & Hume's. Henry Baumwahrt of Saginaw was killed near Hackiey & Hume's by the cars Friday evening. He jumped off the end of a moving train to run along to make, a coupling when he stumbled and fell, the cars overtaking him and mangling him in a shocking manner. His body was sent to- Sajrinnw. A New Industry. Two weeks ago we mentioned the fact that J. C. Benson and others representing the Bonanza fanning mill patent, were in this city and were endeavoring to organize a stock company to manufacture mills for the state. Several business, men talked favorably of the enterprise, but there was not sufficient interest shown to give it life. However, the firm of Gorr & Arrand bought the right to manufacture and sell the mill in Clare and Isabella counties. Wm.. Dennis . of Arthur township secured Gratiot and Clinton counties and will probably arrange with Gorr & Arrand for mills. Farmers who have examined the mill pronounce it superior to any other and yet cheaper. We prophesy a good trade for these gentlemen who could -recognize a good thing.when tney saw it. We called at Gorr"& Arrand's today and observed that they .have already begun operations. Ten mills were in process of construction. filing ia your job work. A Soldiers' Monument. The W. E. C. have undertaken . to raise a fund for a soldiers' monument to be set either in Cherry Grove or somewhere in the city at a suitable point. They desire to have the , citizens talk the matter over and suggest ttie best place, for it. Some one has proposed to make the old school ground on 5th street into a park and place the monument there. Talk the matter over. The S_htiis[__ columns are open for communications on the subject. Race Meetings. Following are the dates and .places .arranged for the coming season of the Central Michigan trotting circuit: Saginaw .May 23, 24, 25 Chesaning May 31, June 1, 2 Flushing June 7, 8, 9 Fenton. June 14,15, 16 Clio. v.." June 20, 21, 22 Alma = June 28, 29, 30 Mt. Pleasant : July 4, 5, 6 Harrison July 11,12, 13 Midland July 18,19, 20 Ghurch, Lodge and Society. .The King's Daughters will meet at Mrs. Walter Pick's home on 6th street next Thursday, the 11th, at "2 o'clock. The Ladies' Working Society will meet with Mrs. J. Schilling next Monday, the 8th, at 2 p. m. sharp. Every one interested please be present. -Text Sunday morning at the Baptist church Eev. H. K. Wilbur will speak on "The Light of God's Word." Subject in the evening, "The _Tew Birth." All are cordially invited. The two aid societies of the M. E. church will give a 10 cent supper at the town hall next Tuesday, the 9th, from 5 until 7. Ice cream will also be served afternoon and evening. A cordial invitation to all. The Ladies' Union will meet Friday, May 12th, at the parsonage. The pastor, Eev. S. A. Long, and his family, would be pleased to see every member present with their friends. Work will be ready for all. The meeting last week at Mrs. C. F. Marshall's was one of interest and pleasure., Those elected to sell tickets for Mr. Colledge's interesting and wonderful lecture Were Mesdames Mussell,' Marshall, Giberson, Goodman, Elden, DeYogt, Bick- nellj and C. S. Chase, Prof. Hutchison and Eeyi S» A. Lo&g, Local. Miss Emma Sexsmith is visiting in Olio. Harry Levington arrived home Saturday from Swan Eiver, Minn. The world's fair ahas opened and there was no Catholic uprising. ■Many improvements are noticeable about tbe front of the Congregational church. . Charlie Forbes, whose injury was mentioned last week, is much worse this afternoon. The replevin case of-Teff & Prestel vs. Probst, is occupying the attention of court this week. The council Wednesday evening ordered more of the Paragon hos§, the same that is now in use. Mrs. Ed Pratt was summoned to Bay City today by a telegram announcing the sickness of her "father. Miss Gertie Pollard of Cadillac visited in the city over Sunday with her sister, Miss Lionel Pollard. Elmo Goodenow had his foot badly jammed at Ludington, yesterday. He returned to 'Clare last night. A party of a dozen ladies met at the home of Mrs. Mary A. Hubel today to remind her that it is her birthday. S. F. Fine is able to be on the streets again. He called at our office today and says that he feels better than .for some time before. The cemetery association meets tomorrow at 3:30 in G. A. E. hall for annual election, not enough being present at the last meeting for that purpose. . W. Wolsky attended the exposition opening. He writes that about the first man he ran across in the multitude of 300,000 was C. W. Perry of. Clare*. ' Jay Hoisington of Harrison, convicted of assauit upon Geo. Stahl the earlier part of this term of court, was sentenced to pay a fine of $75 or go to Detroit 90 days. He paid the fine.' J. D. Garland departed this week for Lake View, where he embarks in the jewelry business. The people of Lake Yiew are to be congratulated upon receiving such a person as Mr.. Garland as one of their citizens. A party of Mt, Pleasant, gentlemen interested in preparing for the big celebration of July 4th in that city, were in Clare, Monday, They also interviewed the business men of Harrison and "secured the promise of the attendance of the fire department of the county seat. Mt. Pleasant Democrat:—Murney Bell, the gentlemanly telegraph operator and assistant at the F. &P. M. f reigh depot in this city has bean transferred to a like position at Clare. By his gentle- manners, and through his peculiar crippled condition the young man had made many friends in this- city who will regret his departure, but will also wish him success in his new place. The funeral services of Benjamin Bodkins of Sheridan were held yesterday by Eev. S. A. Long. Deceased was born October 15, 1816 and died May 3,1893; was united in marriage with Angeline French, March 15,1846. Their union was blessed with eight children, four of whom and the mother are left to mourn their loss. Deceased was converted and joined the United Brethren church in 1854, of which he was a member until death. Perhaps the most thought-provoking controversy-raising feature of any of the American magazines of the current month is Eugen Etchter's "Pictures of the Future" in May Eeview of Eeviews, published under the striking caption, "How a Socialist Millenium Would Work." Eichter is the most brilliant parliamentary leader in the German Reichstag and he has written a pamphlet in the form of a romance intended to show how dismally and how unbearably such a state of society as that advocated by the socialists of Germany and the nationalists of America would work in reality if it were to be now introduced. Eichter's pamphlet has" had an enormous circulation in Germany, and it is now for the first time made accessible to English readers in this number of the Eeview of Eetiews. The County Poor. Below is the report made by the county superintendents of the poor at their meeting held in Clare, Monday: POOR I-ABM. Paid keeper.... ,......„...„ <~4286 Clothing -... 935 Med.,med. at. and nursing....... .13 85 Building ....... ..-» ...... ........ 750 Other expenses .......,...*........ ... 193 _^ss. _?_*• s__ _-TO:»- e have over s tof you t L 5t *. hen you want to __________ 4_, A""& .' SSSST ENILL A large Line To select from Just received. Our new DEESS GOODS STOCK is the finest we have ever carried. There is a great variety of new Shades and Weaves this Spring. We have them all and Tiimmings to match every Pattern. .1 iHrt f ^BTriMtB; B^ MEM'S YOUTH'S and CHILDREN'S Our Goods are perfect in Style and Fit. Try us and you will buy of us. Mows— EJIoctc. **••*•• TJEiMPOBABT B____*, Food..., Fuel.... Med. and med. attendance................. Transportation............ Other expenses..*.......................... Expenses old far_t at Glare............... i"75_8 ffKrfi FRESH FISH! Yes! That's jnst what yon all can have and what you all ought to have this time of year, after along, cold Win- ter^-a nice dish of well-cooked Fish; and, besides, it's quite a pleasure to CATCH Msh, if you understand how. If you do not, call on MUSSELL and he will tell you' all about the Mnd of Lines, Poles, Hooks, Keels, Flies, Bait-boxes, Fish-baskets, and all you require to be a successful fisherman. My stock is new and complete, and I will be glad to have you call and look it over. MUssett S5&I.I j THE DRUGGIST.
|Title||1893-05-05; Clare Sentinel (1892)|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, May 5, 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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