1896-01-03; Clare Courier
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V GLAi^e, (VllGri, FRIDAY, 3, 1096. No. £8 0. ,_;'Sr. «C«l fa uiltafaWb TERMS •Has brought about'many changes in the making of Clothes. From the old broad-falJ Trowsers aynd iunny Coats and Waist-Coats to the ELEGANTLY TAILORED ' READY-TO-WEAR APPY OME 1 i/-**B*»^i I BRAND OF GUARANTEED CLOTHING Build Up Your Town. * Next to a man's family and bixslpess, . nothing should stanS aiearer his heart than the town 'in which he lives. It ig the ©laca where he wins his competence and educates '"Jim -(L'Rimmuav^jJL. jljlv/ tv «l± i/p tU make it-as ;popular, as thrifty L^..a.TidaB.5sridielv known as possible; he ,eaainot afford to he indifferent ibo anything which furthers these ends. It can he said thata town that is not worthy of the devotion of its citizens in awaking it widely known and. .gueatly prosperous; $|(a town in which it is |w ^not worth while to live' at all. If such a town is-worth any- II thine- it is worth the full L. O. L. Section. Tho L. O. L. lodge No/181, elected and installed tho following: oflioers on Monday night: IV. 31.—Geo. E. Dan-son. D. 31.—William Hides. It: S. and P. 8.—'Walter Gannt. 0.—Orin Wi]igiU'iliu.'r, X.—II. N. Tiilotboa. ' I. T.—Prank TillotKon. O. v.—niiiiam j. jidwiintri. D. of C—JamCA Alger. Committee—E. L. Ualrcr, Jdm lamb, tfml- son Wilson. Delegate ai Large—Ceo. E. Dawson. lirctH5tri-o- oi- .-3 Ar.AI-. r-.-.-. =wlietiier we receive any im- , -ane'diate dividend in dollars! BJ—3)UIU. UOX1LS3, Ol WJJLGIM.1GX tve; sJUaaaerely take our share of the | eominbn benefits according to the community. We may yet add that if persons cannot ideatifythemselves with the interests of . their town, and be im sympathy and touch with the people whom they like, it would he^better for them to, "move out'1 The«? are many who live off the community and contribute nothing to it. They oppose state, church and school and everything else in which they cannot lead or profit out of—-tearing down .^jfchotit the ability or disposition to build up. They neverj&ive anything better than a community may .have, and in fheii;fault-finding, op- positiomindindifllerencefj they discourage and crushl out what could be made *more prosperous if they expanded [half the effort in trying to ,iuild up that they do in dis- iottraging improvements. -Ex, ■ ■_ j Tiik Coukebb, 3 months, 25c. Law and Qrdcr. An organization was perfoateel on Tuesday evening at the Prohibition hall to b» known ue tho Law and Order League. About twenty signed the roll and its object is to enforco the whiskey laws, rid the city of questionable characters, and also to enforce the laws relative to selling oigarettes to minors. The officers elected are as follows: $|i'esidcnt—lifcv. A. II. Goois. "Vice "£Yi-5IuWlt-»-3". JJ; jjumvob'lUC. wry.—jay riper. 'J'rcap.—D. W. Olarlt. Tlic city Schools. The city schools will open again on Monday for tho winter term with the f ol- lowing corps of teachers: Snp't—AY. ,T. Hntcliinson. Principal—Miss Grace Smith. GiMraninr—Miss Jrilia Harrison. 2<1. Intermediate—Miss Jlai-y Meham. 1st. Primary—JSIw. Euccbalteid. &1. " —Miss Louise Bruslce. KindcrRartwi—Missci; Lena Greenfield Sarah Malcolm. The board of education is as yet able to find a teacher for tho first intermediate room. and un- !n Financial Straits. "VV. H. Wilson & Son, extensive lumbermen at Harrison aro under considerable ombarrasment, brought on by tho close times of the past year, and 'slow lumber market. Their stock is now being inventoried by tho Citizen's Commercial and Savings Bank, of Flint, which is tbo heaviest creditor and secured. The firm has carried on their business during tho depression giving a largo amount of labor employment, and it seoms most unfortunate that tho crash should como when business, is generally roviving mid thus causo such a sacrifice for tho Messrs Wilson. The Cotmnnt hopes to 8oo them yet on their feet and prospering. Bo sure and attend the boot sale, corner Mum and Fourth streets, J. l\. WliiSOK, Auctioneer. Superintendent's Meet. Superintendents of the^poor met in Harrison on Pec. 30 and audited the following bills: POOR FARM. Paid Keeper .$47.50 Clothing ..._ 50 Medicine, medical att'd and nursing 3.75 Improvements . —- 37.50 FueL...__.»-__- ..„.._.._;"..". "3I;63" Other expenses F.fio ":n&n?oBARy. Food... '....". $ 7.90 Clothing....j,. 2.19 Med., mod, att'd, and nursing, 24,00 Paid supervisor. 1.50 Other supplies . '59 Auction sale of books now going ou at corner Main and Fourth streets. Must Pay Postage. Pensioners doing business with the Detroit office must pay full postage on all their letters hereafter. Pension Agent Wheeler, of Detroit^ received word frbni Wasbihgtohsombiame ago hoc to pay postage on letters mailed to bis office. Tho agent has.obeyed orders during tiis present payment" of- pensions and, as a eonsecmence. a number of pensioners have been notified by the authorities that tbeir letters rtmain in tho Detroit poatofiice and will not be delivered tuitil the postage is paid. A number have sent the necessary stamps and their letters have been delivered. Mr. Wheeler says he is absolutely through paying postage for anyone. DoWitt'si Little Early Uisersfor bil- liousness, indigestion, constipation. A small pill, a .prompt'eure.—Witherspoon." Dob Lost. '-Strayed from this city on Monday, Dec. 23d, a fomalo English Pointer, white withlomon. spots, aged about 3 years. She answers to the namo of "June." Information concerning her whereabouts will bo thankfully received by Thos. Sharp at the Stevens House, or The Courier office. Wife—Horo's an account of a man who shot himself rather than suffer tho pangs of indigestion. Husband—The fool! Why didn't ho take DeWitt's Little Early Eisers? I used to suffer as bad as ho did befo'rol commenced taking these little pills.—Witherspoon, Taxpayers, Take Notice. , I will be ia my office on west 4th Street each Monday and Friday during December to receive taxes, T. S, Dorset, City Treasurer, LooiniB. The Christmas trees Christmas eve were loaded down with presents. The evening's program was very nice. Mr. and Mrs. Don James, of Mt. Pleasant spent Christmas and New Years with TelativtM..and±iendsHfci:lHS:T.lafiOu . Miss Burnice MoKinloy, of Wixorn, formerly of this place, is spending tho holidays here with her sister. Tho Loomis band has lost its drum. It might have gone with the Clare L. O. L's charter. Don't think the Smalleys would bo cpute so small as to do anything so im an. The band bo)'s say they would like, to use tho drum, and if the party that has it would kindly return it, possibly might prevent some trouble, A social next Tuesday evening, to be given by the Epworth League. They are somewhat in debt. Everybody eome. " "137 aBHkohas'solirinsHnaTeiin ~i;ne; TneaiF market to Geo. Beagle and moved onTais farm about two.rniles east of here. - -HA-. a n.r n—T^z^ i^_ ~£ n—~— -m±^* - J.U.I-. IU1U llttB. iVOUlUHUUJ Ul VJM»» *}lliy, spent Christmas with relatives here. Miss Metta Whitehead, of North Bradley,, was in town Monday. She expects to teach in the Kidd district next term. Tho marriage of Eber Bowman to Misg Mable Gale took place las,t Thursday evening at tho residence of Harry Hubbard. Thoyoung couple are well and favorably known and The Courier joins with their many friends in wishing thorn much joy. Mrs. Frank Skyring, of Frankfort, formerly of Loomis, is spending'1 Christmas and Now Years with relatives and friends here. Wm. Wobb moved last week. A party by young folks given Mrs. Frank Skyring last Thursday evening at the homo of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Zeiter. They report a VOry nico time No excuse for sleepless nights when you can procure Ono Minute Cough Cure. This will relievo all annoyances, cure the most severe cough and give you rest and health. Can you afford to do without it? - -Witherspoon. AGENTS WANTED. I want agents for rapid soiling household articles. Every family with a stove will buy one. Largo commission paid and exclusive territory given. For particulars address. A.M. McCoy- 22 Clare, Mich. JUMP e- r e e f^ *■ There are many imitations, but for people who are never "satisfied with ArTYxmNG short of the best, nothing but the later will do. Every coat of the Genuine "Happy Home" goods bears the GUARANTEE of the makers sewed to the sleeve. Prices Range from $9 to $12. ® BEGIN THE $ NEW YEAR By plaging your name on THE COURIER ifet, 52 FfiPKgg FOR ^ ■ rqxo: tLi&iSL.. 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|Title||1896-01-03; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, January 3, 1896 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1895. In 1923, was absorbed into The Clare Sentinel.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|