1893-06-23; Clare Sentinel (1892)
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taae 1. OLAEE, MICH., FRIDAY, JUKE 23, 1898. 3-TOTifoeE SO- LOCAL ITEI Tues- £ -i r "tfe. ? SMft&s? p__a~_ ]?i_]_ed •__» am*- patiy put toy ©__? pe__p©t©tic p__i©_l js__l_-_. 'DM. Jk Eaton was at Harrison, ^kstacej Breed oi Earwell is in %!_#,.- feorge Cummins of Harrisoa is in Clase to-day. ^Doiemart' wants a new school house «__tt "better fire protection. _?ar__L©rs declare tliat crops never Is©ke _. finer 'than at present.' Wm. W. J. Todd and little daughter we visiting Mends at Earwell. Bev. H. K. Wilbur visited. Sev. Mo Bonald at.Mt. Pleasant, Wednesday. Thos. Bartlett and Amelia Halstead, "both of Harwell, have been licensed to wed. <- I.-Harris of 6th street has improved Ms premises considerable by grading Ms lot, Cadillac, July Fourth, 1893, grand Columbian celebration. Everybody invited. Mrs. S. A. Wilson of Harrison visited her mother, Mrs. Sam Levington, Monday. Clare has a number of gardens that we venture can not be excelled in this Bart Of the state. Br. C. H. Edwards received $, visit from his brother, A. B. Edwards of Grand Bapids yesterday. Miss Sena Stanley of Earwell, formerly of the Clare schools, visited Monday with her brother in this city. Will Godfrey, formerly employed in Brown's barber shop is visiting in the ■city. He has sold out his shop in Saginaw. Jurd. Schilling and Andrew Bhoades and their wives are seeing the sights in Chicago. They will be absent two weeks. The fourth annual encampment of Christian Crusaders is billed for August 3d to 13th at Eaneher's grove, Mt. Pleasant. DiC: Tod& left, the' first of the^e^ -itor Toledo, Ohio. He will make an . "effort to secure damages for his. injury last winter. Duncan Beagh, professor of penmanship in the Manistee schools, was the guest "of _as. Louch and wife in Clare, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs: .Newell Cleveland of Yernon townshipj" mourn the loss of their little daughter Alta, two months ..and eight days old.■ Mrs. Wm. Boss and Miss Maud have returned from a couple ot weeks' visit with. relative_:^_idr_men;dS' 'ate-various points in theso^th^p^tipf'the state, 'Miss __eona:'dMse' weiit to Evart Saturday and remained till Thursday, furnishing part of. the instrumental music at the junior entertainment Wednesday evening. • Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Chase were at Evart Wednesday evening. ' ; Bertie McKinnon returned Monday, and Mrs. A. P. Bulman, Wednesday, to Saginaw, having been for a week or more at the home of their father, Hugh McKinnon in Sheridan, called there by the dangerous illness of their brother Charles', - who is at present somewhat better. Some of the leading musical people of Glare and Harrison are talking over the feasibility of producing the musical drama, "Esther, the Beautiful Queen," by the united vocal talent of the two cities, giving the opera in each - of the two places. We would like to see a county pio- . neer association organized. We suggest that some of the old settlers arrange for a picnic during the summer or fall, invite all old-timers, have a fitting program and take steps to preserve the early history of the county. * Do we hear the motion seconded? Edward Benner died at the asylum at Traverse City Saturday last, of general paralysis,and was Monday brought to Clare, where the body was received by the Masonic order. After services at the home of the family, the remains were taken to Shepherd Tuesday morning for burial. The Toledo Blade says that President James M. Ashley and Vice-President J. M. Ashley, Jr., of the Ann Arbor line, will undoubtedly close up their affairs with the company and retire. It is thought John Jacob Aster will be elected president at the next meeting of the directors. Harry M. Ashley is slated for general manager of the new organization. An attempt will be made to arrange the affairs iu such a way that Receiver W. B. Burt <can be relieved of his responsibility. Mrs. J. Mason has been quite ill for the past few days. Miss Lulu York visited with friends in Saginaw over Sunday. Ed Waller, the shoeman, was doing business in Saginaw, Wednesday. Tom Dwyer and Winnie and Ova Phinisey drove to Coleman, yesterday. Miss May Bicknell visited with Mrs. Erank Armstrong at Meredith Wednesday. Mrs. Jas. Boyd expects to go to Grand Bapids next Tuesday to attend the wedding of a cousin. B. E. Kramer is oS his accustomed post of duty on the railroad for the purpose of putting a veranda on his house.- Midland is counting on the ball game between Midland and Clare as one of the chief features of the 4th of July in that city. Dr. Edwards has been looking after his extensive dental practice at Harrison this week. The Doctor intends to make regular visits to Harrison during the balance of the resort season. H. B. Pattingill, state superintendent of public instruction, was in the city for a few hours Wednesday on his way to Evart where he made the address before the hi-?h school juniors. Celebrate the Eourth at Cadillac and you will see the grandest combination of amusement and patriotism ever exhibited in northern Michigan. Cadillac's record guarantees success. Ingalls is the latest boom town in Indiana. Yol. 1, So. 1, of the Ingalls Index has just been issued, setting forth the unprecedented advantage of the new city of 4,000 population—on paper. The Clare marble works, operated by Cooley & Dorsey, are booming, despite the warm weather. Mr. Cooley is setting up some nice work at Midland this week, while Mr. Dorsey is looking after similar work at Alma. Will Cole, well-known to all the old residents of Coleman, was in the village a few minutes Tuesday" morningr He is operator at Petoskey.—Independent. Will formerly lived at Harrison where he lost an arm in a mill. * An admission fee of 10 cents will be charged at the coming' high school commencement, the object being to enable every one to reserve seats,'-so that they will not need to go early to secure a seat, also to raise money for the school fund. Midland Bepublican: The ball club has completed the grand stand at a igost, of abou|$80;"and they find it will ^■*impQs_imel1_alrtiild a fence around :the gro^ndstfee^^rly part of the seas Ipn, butit^Ce-Sected that all who witness the games will contribute just the same. The manager, Erank Mar- rin, has made arrangements for games with the Clare club July 4th, and with the Carrollton and Saginaw clubs about the middle of July. Crippen, the insane man who was taken from Earwell to the poor house at Harrison some time ago, about two weeks since escaped. He had beeh allowed to go down town occasionally but one day failed to return. He made his way back to Earwell where he displayed more violence than ever. Tuesday Sheriff Brown went to Earwell and secured him again. He was found in the woods stark naked. The unfortunate man is apparently ten years older than when he escaped. This is the way the Beed City papers are giving it tos each other: "Democratic editors are all 'hot under the collar'because the G- A. B. have taken away the charter of Earnum (Tammany) Post, in Sew York, for lying."— Clarion. "Bepublican editors of the Clarion type are getting a good deal hotter under the collar because the recent ruling of Hoke Smith is likely to prohibit some of the anti-Eamumites fromionger looting the national treasury under a false interpretation of the law."—Democrat. "Does the editor of the Democrat mean by the above 'imputation' that the Clarion editor is 'looting' the national treasury, and is not entitled to the small 'stipend' of a pension that he is receiving on a gun-shot wound, made by a better democrat than the editor of the Democrat is, for the Southern democrat had the courage to go xo the front and fight for what he thought was right, while the editor of the Democrat didn't. Would the editor of the Democrat have taken our place for what we received for nearly four years of service, and for what we are receiving now? We guess not. Then-don't have so much to say about the XL S. treasury. - New potatoes at Buell & Son's. - Coleman will celebrate. J. Tatman and wife returned Tuesday from Chicago. A hive of Lady Maccabees is to be organized at McBain. Miss Edna Elden'a scnool in Hatton township closed to-day. Mr. Wolsky will move from Saginaw to Chicago next week. Eloise Stickle fell down stairs Saturday hurting herself quite serenely. Warren Pierce is progressing finely with his new house on west 8th street. The hose team are getting ready for the contest at Mt. Pleasant, July 4th. The typhoid epidemic at Iron City should warn us not to trifle with polluted water supply. J. H. Wilson and family now occupy the pleasant Garland house on the corner of Beech and Sixth streets. 0.1. Bigley returned Tuesday from Oil City, Pa., where he has been for several weeks past settling an estate. Emanuel Hodgins of Windsor, Ont., is now employed in the Clare marble works.. He is a nephew of Jas. Hodgins of Yernon. Wells & Stone are taking up some of their logging branches near Meredith, and about the middle of the summer will take up their main line. Eourth of July record will be broken by Cadillac this year. Hose races, bicycle races, foot races and games, balloon ascension, and day and evening fireworks will make the day a glorious one. The Sentinel office has lately received a large invoice of printing material, such as statements, bill heads, letter heads, note heaejs, envelopes,t latest styles in visiting and calling cards, business cards, etc., eta We solicit from you a trial order. Bob, Massey has been boarding at Wm. Yilleneuve's Occidental Hotel at Meredith. Wednesday he left on the morning train in a manner which led the' proprietor to believe _!e was "jumping" his board bill. A telegram, was sentahead- ofMm to Clare for an officer to meet the "fly" gentleman at the depot. When he reached Clare and found how matters stood he promptly settled* • Erank Towns of Meredith was in thecity a few minutes Wednesday on his way to Saginaw to accept an excellent position with Wells, Stone & Co. Erank has made a host of friends, not only in Meredith, but throughout the county, who will regret to have him locate elsewhere. He is also a K. O. T. Mt hustler, the undertaking of the recent anniversary at Clare being largely due to his efforts. The Evart Beview says: Davy & Co. have leased of W. Wolsky his brick store building on the best business corner of Clare, and will open a store there about August 15th, with a stock of dry goods and clothing. Mr. Elton Davy will movf to Clare and become resident manager. * This move is in the line of progress for Davy & Co., who by opening the above store will largely increase their sales, and buying in larger quantities will be able to buy more cheaply, which insures lower prices for their patrons all along the line. We will have more of this later. #£_v IP _Sffl_ Of Persian Silks. A ligM fabric for Slimmer Weather. Satin Grlorias and Pongees. /■CtfT- Wool Dress Goods, All the new effects in Fine Wool Dress Gi-oods.. Trimmings, Our line of Trimmings is without a parallel in this locality. «»w-»m»w«_jP»__—«_—————■— ■ ■■■ i-i i ii -—■i—-. —I--j ii— nil _— —mil ■ n ——■—— ■■un——■—in- —i—iirniim n ■ mi We can do you good in dry goods. -- * <§__ kirk: Doherty Opera House _31*bok: Ed, The attention of the Clare small boy is directed to the following bit of Michigan law which is particularly in point at this time of the year: "Any person who shall at any time within this state kill any robin, nighthawk, whipporwill, finch, thrush, lark, swallow, blue-bird, yellow-bird, brown- thrasher, wren, martin, oriole, woodpecker, bobolink, or any song bird, or rob the nests of such birds, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof shall b,e fined five dollars for each bird so killed or each nest so robbed, or confined in the county jail ten days, or both fine and imprisonment, at the discretion of the court." A very pleasant wedding occurred Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.Boswell at Traverse City, the occasion being the marriage of their daughter Cora to Thomas Holbrook of Clare. Only relativesandintimate friends were present at the ceremdhy., Miss Laura Holbrook, Mr. Wm. Holbrook, and Mr. Erank Ealk of Clare, attending. The happy- couple will spend about a week travelling about the lakes, after which they will make their home at Clare. The bride resided for a short time at Clare and has many friends and acquaintances in the city. Mr. Holbrook is a well known young business man of the firm of Elden & Holbrook. His many friends unite in wishing hira joy. TJhicume jambed one of his hands while at work in the pole yard yesterday. • Some of our correspondents were too late this week with their letters for publication; we are very sorry. Jas. Louch, the shoemaker, hurt his hank quite, severely with an awl while at work yesterday, so that he is taking an enforced vacation. - The woodenware will shut down about July 1st for one week. Another dry kiln will be built andrepairsmade. Orders are too pressing for a longer shut down. Now is a good time to vaccinate. The prevalence of smoll pox in northern Indiana and the frequent visits of persons from that locality to Clare, and also the fact that the last part of summer is one of the most frequent periods of the disease, should put ev.ryone on guard. Two, years ago July 4th, the,Clare hose team ran in the races, at.Evart. Leonard Clark was one bf the runners,' being furnished with a running suit' for the purpose. Immediately after the 4th he disappeared'taking along the suit. One day recently he struck town again, supposing everyone had forgotten the incident. On complaint of Chief C. H. Clark, Leonard was ar- rainged before Justice CarpenterTues- day, of larceny. He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to stay in Detroit for 75 days, whither he was escorted by officer Parrish. Chas. E. Bussell, late defeated democrat and populist candidate for circuit judge in this district has "been appointed post-master at Mt. Pleasant, and now Borne howls. Mneout of every ten democrats of that city had set their hearts on seeing H. A. Miller knock down the quince, but Don M.'s referee system has spoiled their calculations. Said a good Mt. pleasant democrat to the Sen- ti-Tbl scribe, Wednesday: "I am a democrat no longer. When two or three men can run the politics for the state it is time to quit." Miller himself says that Isabella county has elected its last democrat. And itlooks mighty like it. An interesting local feature of it is the fact that'the same kind of backing that Miller had is behind one of the strong candidates for the Clare office. Owed to Commencement. O, the sweet commencement season, With its rhyme an' with, its reason, With its "black an' golden tresses, An' its creamy, dreamy dresses! O, the sweet commencement season, With its pretty girls ana pleasing! With ffcs rihhons "and its laces, An' its sweet, expectant faces! O' the sweet commencement season, With its tenderness an' teasin'l With, its essays, framed completely For the red lips readin' sweetly! O, the sweet commencement season, With, its rhyme an' withits reason; With, its smiles, tears, Msses, laughter, An' its hills for cash hereafter! —Atlanta Constitution. Sunday School picnics begin to be subjects of conversation. Mrs. Ward of Erankfort, Ont.,is visiting her brother, E. H. Waller. Joseph Presley is, visiting his daughter Nellie at Lucknow, Ont.. The high school graduates this year will be Carrie Bockafellow, Louise Bruske, Anna Belle Stevens, Lydia Ort, and James Hersey. S. A. Applebee was severely hurt this morning by being thrown from his wagon, his horse taking fright at a flock of sheep by the road. Bev. and Mrs. S. A. Long, Bevs. Bogers and Wilbur, Mrs. Thurston; Miss Bicknell, John Giberson, and E. D. Palmer were in attendance at the S. S. convention at Harrison Tuesday. A few have objected to an admission chaTgeof ten cents at the graduation exercises next Wednesday evening. Have those same persons been interested enough in the schools to visit them during the year past? Mrs. Chalker arrived in ihe city yesterday from Port,Huron, and will remain some time at the home of her daughter,' Mrs. A. Louch. Mrs. Chalker is old and blind, but still retains a happy disposition which might well be the envy of many more fortunate. At the meeting of the city council last evening it was decided to put down several driven wells in the well now in use, if by so doing a better water supply could be secured. The balance of the cemetery fund on hand was turned over to the new cemetery association. The city printing for the ensuing year was awarded to the Sent- ttsiel. The health officer, Dr. Davis, tendered his resignation, but it was not accepted. Too much work for the money.iuit. . . ' . Church, Lodge 'van£,Society^ Notice: — Begular- communication of John Q. Look Lodge, W- and A. M.,' and work in the 3rd degree next Tues? , day evening. • • . '• >•• ■- Mr.'Wilbur will preach'at the Phiii- • isey school house at 3 p. m., Sunday. Subject in the evening at the Baptist ■ church, "The Preaching of Jonah and Christ." All are cordially, invited. The Ladies' Aid Society will serve ice cream and. supper at the G-; A. B. hall on Tuesday, .June 27th. Supper, including strawberries, 10 cents. Ice cream and cake, 10 centsp A cordial invitation to all. -v . ■ Children's Day was observed Sunday morning at the Baptist church with appropriate "exercises. The flowers and cross upon and around the plafc form, the recitation-'of the children, the appropriate music and the remarks of the superintendent and pastor made the occasion one of interest and profit. Mrs. W. H. Goodman will entertain the Ladies' Union, Eriday, June 30th. She would like to see ali members and friends of the society. Owing to a hard rain storm last Eriday the society was hot "well represented". ':,It'*^raS a disappointment to the society as well as to' Mrs. H. IS". Groodenow^for we all enjoy meeting -at her home.'»'.- * Cadillac will celebrate the Eourth'of July this year with all tti& ancient and modern improvements, and her commemoration of the national anniversary will be the largest and grandest ever held in ISbrthern Michigan. Special features of the day will ne the free for all hose tournament for big purses, open to any hose team in the* state. Bicycle races for valuableprizes- foot races and games,- and a grand balloon ascension and parachute drop. A most unique and novel departure will be the day fireworks, a magniflceht. display bf which will be made in th_* afternoon. This is somethingentirely new for ^Northern Michigan, and will alone be worth a visit to Cadillac In the evening over $1200 worth of fireworks will be displayed on the lake* making the finest pyrotechnical exhibition ever seen in this part of the state. Bands will furnish music on. the streets and in the park during the day • and evening. Apprdpriate speeches in honor of the day will be delivered in the public park. Special rates will be given on all the railroad* and special trains furnished where- necessary to accommodate the. public Eor full particular- see!.____.
|Title||1893-06-23; Clare Sentinel (1892)|
|Publisher||Palmer & Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, June 23, 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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