1895-11-29; Clare Courier
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|*»3-SJ**Jr-'"5t' T-K-tV-- ™-r,f», .-■-.• y- rn f I l-|r-y -T7] t :*■ ~T MqI I CLARE, MICH., FRIDAY, NQV, 29, 1895. No. 23 Lx. i. WAS A WISE MAN. A \ But his knowledge was limited to his day. He never saw tlie bicycle girl or the new wo- ?ljf man. Tlie ladies of liis household never knew the FINE FITTING SHOES we are selling, for their sisters of today. A Mtf Ffl DEALT A HARD BLOW. SN ASHES. The Electors Have No Use for 'the Blanket Charter-Light Vote, But Very Emphatically Expressed. Following the course ot nearly every fourth-class Michigan oity which has voted on the question of being re-incorporated under the blanket law, Olare, on Monday, expressed herself very emphatically m favor of remaining under the present order of things. Hardly one-half of the voters went to the polls, but enough voted to express tlie feeling ot the city at large upon the subject. The vote by wards was as follows: XES NO First w«rd ,... .6 32 Second ward 12 63 Third ward 21 39 ISA JOY FOREVER., Y He who would conceal it's shapely contour 'neath an ill-fitting shoe hath no .. eye for the beautiful and deserves the snubs of lovely woman. 1 BAGS Oft WRINKLES II OUR SHOES. ■£&>■.- Sure fitters, nrmtie on Gracef To be had at. iLLasts. /•">■•. "^""^ X$ H. Waller's, THESHOEMAN. P, S.E--A complete line of Rubber Goods in el/ery variety at our store. YOU r O-n Your E.arl \jjcAvi\j aooiIw th"e \A/acrtiricxY* if vrm o.i*o nrki or* YOUR GUARD The Invigorating sport of a Skate upon the lakes md streams about Glare, you should provide yourself with a pair of the Celebrated Full Club Skates at ■* Ron. Total Majority against, 95. ,...39 134. '"tv Called to Her Heavenly Home, Margaret, the only child of Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Jacobs, died on Sunday evening after a short illness. The funeral service was beld at the borne on Tuesday afternoon, Bev. Coors officiating and the remains were laid to rest in Cherry Grove cemetery. ''Suffer little childien to come unto Me, for such is the Kingdom of Heaven." Farwell P. & A. M. Election. Corning Lodge 1?. & A. M., of Harwell, on Tuesday night elected tbe following officers: W- M,, Clarence Freeman. S. W„ 3. 3. Saxton. 3. W„ "Wm. Perns»h. Secy., Frank Cornwell. Treas., 3. T. Hurvie. S. D., C. Honeywell, J. D., Allen McCormiok, Masonic Election, John Q.__jookJ_.odg© F, & Tuesday night elected the officers: W.M..E.M. Mussell. S.W., J. S.Boyd. J. W„ Wm. VanConant. _S#w., J. 0. Bockafellow. Trea*s.,A. W.Mclntyre, S. D„¥sank Colburn, J, D,, BncUiYing. 4. M. on following A Commendable Act, The M. E, Sunday school for several weeks has been perfecting plans to give out some Thanksgiving surprises. "Yes- fceijdjy.ijiQrning Draff mon Qlark-gave his services and m a^snort space of timeyisi''- ed the homesjif many of the members where he found well filled baskets to be distributed among the worthy poor of the city. Several trips were required to handle all of the provisions, that had been so freely given. Many homes were gladdened by the generous charity offerings of this school yesterday. The Thanksgiving Bail. The dancing party given by Peter Mortz at Doherty opera house on Wednesday was highly successful in poinS of pleasure, but the attendanee was light. The Harrison orchestra, consisting of Messrs Butts, Cleveland and Morrissey, with T. W, Averill of Coleman, gave good satisfaction. Lansingville. ,T. EL. Lansing and wife visited with P. M. Loomis last Sunday. Samuel Lansing, of Eeaverton, spent Sunday with friends and relatives in this vicinity. There was a social at Wm Stevens' for the benefit of a Christmas tree at the Mo Tffrr.ey school honsa. The recent stormy weather has caused a decrease in the attendance afc our school which has been conducted with much credit to the teacher, Miss Kidd. The Sunday school is progressing nicely under the care of our new superintendent and his able assistant. Tho good sleighing makes it nice for those who havo wood and bolts to haul but how about that corn tliat is not husked yet, Rumor has it that thero will be a wedding in the near future. We are glad to see that Martin Eber- hart is able to be out again after a long sickners. Wood, Bolts and Ties. Having several large tracts of timber I desire to dispose of during the coming winter, I desiro to announce that I am in tho market for stove wood, (long and short) bolts, tics, etc. Contracts are respectfully soh'citca. Address, C. S. Dedbon, Harriton, Mich. 20-4fc AGENTS WANTED. I want agents for rapid selling household articles. Every family with a stove will buy one. Large commission paid and exclusive territory given. Por particulars address. A. M. McOor 22 Clare, Mioh. Say, why dont you try Do Witt'a Lit- Early Bisers? These little pills cares headache, indigestion and constipation. They're small, but do tho work. Wittwr- epoon. The Houm on the County Farm In This City Burned on Wednesday, Wednesday at noon fire was discovered in the residence on th.* "old" county farm northeast of the cicy, and the house w.-s entirely destroyed. It was occupied by D, Faicrell and family, who lost nearly everything they possessed, including their winter's provisions, which were stored in tho cellar. Mr. Parrel! was away from home, and but for the timely arrival of neighbors nothing would have been siived. 'As""it was, only a few Mtohen uteneils and one bed wore gotten out. Thi,* blow -is a - hard one to Mr. Parrel] and family. Their loss will reach "$300. The county had an insurance upon the building for S700, less about $15, which was paid out last summer for repairs after it had been struck by lightning. Those acquainted with the building claim uhs-Srsortught from tbe chimney, which was pot properly repaired after tho Jightniug's work. Thanksgiving Nuptials. .BQOBOM-MITOItEI.I', At the M. E. parsonage on Wednesday evening, R««j A H, Coors united in mar,- riago Cyrus P. Booroin, of this city, and Miss lioss-E.rMitchell, of Arthur township. Tha brir'o is a well known and respected yc-img lady," whoso parents have resided in tbat township for some years. The groom has residec-1 in this county for the past twenty years, is well known in the surrounding counties, aud has since itsestablishment been an em- ployo of The COtikibb. Mr. and Mrs- Boorom will commence housekeeping at their rooms in the Alger residence on east Fifth street in about two weeks. Wo extend, congratulfttiors, GBOVlS'R-I.OWEBI''. By Bev, A. H. Coors at the residence of Jay Piper on Wednesday evening, Frank Grover and Eliza Lowery, both well and favorably known Grant township young people. Thb Oourieb extends its q6sirwi__l.<_s. ************************** !\/ * in . In ricmpry of Richard Northy, Sr. Bichard Worthy, Sr,, was born T-r.-.~—ui. --m._.__.—._s —.—i _,-... 4._. _-i»Hn xxaulj. oiuic^ jJUjjiauuj auu oatut. u\J T_/au-_- da with his parents at the age of five years, lived there the early years to manhood, when .he. removed to Whiten-rll, Mich., and from there he moved to Clare where he/resided continually until his death, being 57 years of age. He leaves a wife, a kind and noble lady, and four children to mourn, his loss. He was a kind husband and indulgent father, loved and honored by all that knew him. He was an honored member of the L. O, L. and a member of the M. E. church, where he held a prominnet place afc fche time of his death. He was a man of great forethought and wisdom and true nobleness of mind and character, upright and honest in all his work with God and man, and true to the last, and by Ms untiring efforts' helped to place the L. O. L. on a firmer foundation. When seekihg relief from the cares of day it was in the midst of his family that he found that peace, that happiness am rest that only a noble man alone can find. He was true to himself, true to his family, and true to the'order that ho belonged and as friends and neighbors wo deeply feel our lops, and wo feel that a great man has been taken from our midst. "How are tho mighty fallen', but that loved one he has left behind whom was his most earnest care and thought as they walked life's road together hand in hand, cheering oris another with words of iovs and deeds of kindness, But look with tho eyes of faith to those bright realms on high and. see him on that radiant shore with a crown, upon his ferow, brighter than all the jewelled crowns of earth, and with palms of victory over death and all its sting. Children, a kind and loving father has gone from your midst. No more will you heai the Well known step or kindly voice that was once music to your ears. But he has gone before you to show you tho Way, and fear not the road he has walked for he is waiting and watching for his loved ones over there. Walk in the waj wherein he walked and try to meet him in that land of brightest day, where parting is not known and sorrow and death cannot enter. 'Husband, and father thou art gone; thy work is done, thy suffering past. Sleep on thou ' gentle sleeper and take jour rest while Holy angels guard thy lowly bed. Mbs. H. ST. ThiIiItsok. Taxpayer?, Take Notice. I will be in my office on west 4th Street each Monday and Priday during December to receive taxes. 0 T. S, Dobsbi*, City Treasurer, There are many good reasons why you should use One Minute Cough Cute. Thera are no reasons why you should not, if in need of help. The only harmless remedy that produces immediate results. Witherspoon. fiR&ftfcAl&M? *** WH* ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ ¥ I ¥ ¥ onirac. DAVY & COMPANY BOYS' CLOTHING OF THE ■. 'tlanlrjll'j .CflD. n, J . Is the Clothing for boys who need TOUGH oi£&vrs.iis&, (§) (§ c§i §) # (§> # # Good strong material put together for the ¥ hardest kind of wear, with 1L * * * * * * * * * * * at. Combined with J J a graceful fit, all helps to make the cloths of J J this brand worthy of your boy. *, J (§ t§) (§5 (§j (§} (§j (§} (§j J iSiz^H 4 to IS Years,* B3 _A.II lisees ••"■"■v. All. .&•/. .% AMj 4>y, <te gy, ajgr %«• "JfJ- St? <9B? -?iS- -iff 'HO- W* P ¥ We have lots of lower priced suits . *^f Can give you gdK heavesuits at $J,25.: * '|ra jPOrty"Sli^ Cheviots at $2>; Jf :f^f.t S^te-V"' DAVY & COMPANY.! CLARE, MICH. **J^Jf^^*Jf^L^J^Jf** ^^f¥¥^¥^*** >wi iwwiiaBiiiwiiriiiii mi m in i "ni"MH¥ rriifiinii -OP LADIES'- WE8 0d d^6KE78 AT WOLSK'S,- SATURDAY AND MONDAY, Nov, 30? and. Bcc. DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND We have bought a large Line of SAMPLE •GARMENTS, and will sell them for very near ONE-HALF their value. im§ MKAJDQXJARTEiaS :FO'R:l^ER^raiI:^ ELDEN'S BAZAAR, BOOK, AND CHINA STORE.
|Title||1895-11-29; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, November 29, 1895 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;|
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