1896-01-24; Clare Courier
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pjlfpppiw^^ !PW«lwiWriP^^w$m*miP J«Wr%*W^':^SW^W;-'T.''W*^-^*?«rf^T:.-:SI*T.T^'«! >!)^;'mmv$i^.%*wvw™"'lz!iW^**?^^ 4f/ %k>lA. CLARE, MICH., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24,1896." No. at ilflffnflfM '5 si"*''^'"-!*^^^ 1PMI"'~ — f!AC_ vvir SALE ^^^gyJOFPiW- dk «_.»«■ • Still Continues. ** *^>Ht*^****¥ * ******* i$* dk _**_■- Wf dk •»* _3S*- it* If* £lk if* dk If* d* it* •&«• 1s* dk If* •S'l*' ■£!«• llf dk if* dk w Alii 3& "tW #1 if* dk n*- dk If* dk $& IS* d/> If* Mk it* dk It* •aw. $& if* dk •if* dk it* dk va- dk VA* dk •a? BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. 1f* The Unprecedented Bargains have shod hundreds with only the most stylish and most^f j| durable. DON'T W SS IT S^i *^fk w SSk it* _&& 'k IkShoeisl. IS- Si-5- .ti. If* dk If* PROHIBITION. PARTY tf Assisted by Hon. Ct, E. Malone, State Organizer, and &K H. Essery, vocalist will conduct a 8 PR0H,B17.0H G0M(?EF,ENGE .'-V at ! DOHERTY OPERA HOUSE, CLARE, "41 SnTTTTnOTI kV Ik %JTTI Xi*? &** 5-nn ?« It- III I im iilL . I ft i I rl il I illL illi fS Commencing at 1:30 p. in. In tlie evening at same place, MR. DICKIE f Will address the people on the Great Issues of the Day. Let every prohibitionist in the county take a day off and attend the afternoon conference, as well as the evening meeting. At the afternoon conference matters will be discussed and plans laid that will result in good work being done in the great campaign of '96. All should gspasp the opportunity here presented. "'' OUR NATIONAL CHAIRMAN is one of the most eloquent and logical "speakers before the people today, and you will regret it if you fail to hear him. Remember the time and place, Thursday, January 30th at Doherty Opera House, 1:30 p. m., 7:30 p. m. A special invitation ts extended to the ladies to attend these meetings. BY ORDER STATE GOMN.1TTEE. t Proceedings of the Board at the December Session. ' Harrison, Miob,, Deo. 30.189P. Pursuant to adjournment tho board of supervisors of Claro county, Mich., convened at tho court house in tho city of Harrison. Board cnlled to order. Boll called. M«mbers present—Supervisore Boulter, Bailey, Comer, Davis, Fleming, Goodman, Hosier, Kelley, Kirvan, Kirkbride, Lewis, Popple, Eicbardsqn, Scuffling, Temple, Tinker, Toman, Vanbenschoten. 18. Absent—Hampton, Montney, £ On motion of Supervisor Goodman the hoard adjourned until.l o'clock p, m, for dinner. 1 o'clock-p. sr. Board called to order. Supervisor Hampton in the chair. Roll called, members nil present, Thereupon tho chairman ordered a recess xmtil 5 o'clock for committee "work. 5 O'clock p. h. Board called to order by the chairman. Quorum present. j On motion of Supervisor Kirkbride the j board adjourned until 7 o'clock p. m. j 7 o'cxoax r. M. J Board called to order by tho chairman I Quorum preson%. J Supervisor Bailey moved to adjourn i until tomorrow morning at 8 o'olock. : Said motion was lost by yeas and nays | as follows: j Yeas—Bailey, Davis, Morning, Kicbard- j sou—4. f Nays-Comer, Goodman, Hampton. IKully, Kirkbride, Montney, Schilling, [Temple, Tinker, Toman, Yanbenseboton. J The bond of J. . Brown, sheriff, in tho ! sum of ^10,000 was read and approved. | The committee on miscellaneous ac- I counts reported as follows: j No. cl'd all'd !21 w H Browne, Oo Treas. S 5.S3 $5.95 111 John Quinn, bal duo on ! H K wickham's salary 50.00 ] Becommended by the [ com to be disallowed. Super risor Davis moved that the rec- omendation of the committee be adopted. 'Which motion prevailed by yeas and nays as follows. I Yeas—Bailey, Corner, Davis, Fleming, Goodman, Hampton, Kelly, 3E___rJ-.bride, Montney, Iticbardson, Schilling, Tsmple, Toman, Vanbenschoten—14 Nays—Tinker—"L. Not voting—5, 8 w w Harpor. sup't of poor „ 15.85 15.85 2 M J Follett, printing... 13.25 18.25 13 A w Mclntyre, sup't of - poor _, ... 16,35 16.35 18 Edmund Bailey, labor.. 29.00 29.00 420 w H Browne, office desk 15.00 15.00 117 J M Tooiey, labor .. 4.25 425 ;•'• Fanning & Co., mdso... 27.7G 27.76 22 D E Wait, sup'fc of poor 18.10 17.60 24 H Heisman, ptg and oxp 3.18 3.18 1 w M Welch, school sup. 8.50 j On motion of Supervisor Kelley said bill was laid on table for investigation. <J OD Cleveland, mdse... 7.20 7.20 19 H W Hughes, deputy gamewarden 13.50 On motion of -Supervisor Tinker the bill was laid on the table for future investigation. 10 W H Browne, Co Treas 183.28 183.28 \ "Supervisor Montney, offered tho fol- \ lowing resolution and moved tbe adoption of the same; Resolved by the Board of Supervisors Of Claro c unty, no's" in session, that tbe Sum of four hundred dollars (§-100; bo and is hereby appropriated out of the bridge fund of the said county for the purpose of helping the township of Grant to build two bridges across tho Tobacco Stiver on the highway running from Dover to Clare between sections 35 and 36, the bridge on the town lino between the township of Grant and Sheridan on this bigitVtiy crossing* sai-1 river, I/, Montnei'. On motion of Supervisor Kirkbride fche resolution was laid upon the table until tomorrow morning. On motion of Supervisor Davis the board adjourned until tomorrow morning at 8 o'clock. Harrison, Tuesday, Dec. 31,1895. 8 o'clock a. m. Board called to order by the chairman Roll called, quorum present. Minutes of yesterday's meeting read and approved as corrected. On motion of Supervisor Kelly ihe cbair appointed Supervisors Goodman and Kelly as committee to determine tbe validity of the claim of K» C. Kouch regarding refunding amount of tax paid twice oa certain lands in Olare county. Tho chair appointed Supervisors Hosier, Montney and Temple, committee on per diem and mileage. On motion of Supervisor Kelly bill No. 1. of Wm. Welch was taken from tbe table. •An motion of Supervisor Kelly said bill was allowed as claimed. C-B8.50). On motion of Supervisor Richardson, bill No. 19, of H. W. Hughes was taken from tho tabid. Snp'r Tinker moved tbat tho bill bo allowed as claimed, (§13,50) which motion prevailed as follows: Yeas-Sup'ra Bailey, Fleming,, iloslor, Kelley, Kirvan, Lewis, Popple, Ricbard- sou, iSahilling, Tempte, Tinker, Toman, Vanbenachofet). "*T3. Nays~-Sup'rs Comer, Davis, Goodman, Hampton, Kirkbride, Montney. 6. On motion of Supervisor Lewis the county treasurer was instructed'to dispose of tho extra stove in i he Judge of Pi'fiblitro's office. Supervisor Kolley offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: JSSbsolybd, Tbat tho former resolution pertaining- to the salary of the county gatpe and fish warden be and is hereby reciiadedi and tbat it is tbo sense of this board to pay re sonablofees for services actually performed, L. L, Kelly, Said resolution was lost by tho yea and nay vote, as follows: ""JCplB—Bailey, Hampton, Kelley, Kir- vanj. Popple, Richardson, Temple, Tinker, Toman, 9. iftiy-.--Comer, Davis, Fleming, Goodman, Hosier, Kirkbride, Lewis, Montney, Schilling, Tanbeuscboton, 10. Tho committee on miejcellanoous accounts reported as follows: y& Mrs 3 E- Brown, washin'g. 8.00 8.0Q 15 EJBBracy, roed. attend'ee 7,50 7,50 Ob motion of Sup'r Templo tho chair appointed Sup'rs Templo and Kirkbride as committeotoinvesfcigato tbo amount of abstract fees duo tho connty. Thereupon the chairman ordered a 10- coss imtil 11:45 for committee work. 11:45 a. m. Board called to order by tho cbaitinan, QuOrum present. Tbo committee appointed to investigate tbe twice paid tax of JC. O, Kouch reported as follows: We, your eoiumitteo appointed to investigate the twice paid taxes on lots S, 9.10 and 11, for years 1SS8-9 report that tliey find tho amounts to bo twice paid and should bo refunded as follows: State ^14.45,. County S7.'13, town §8.28, making a total of $28.16 and advise the County Treasurer to pay tbo samo and charge tbe several amounts to their proper places. W. A. Goodman, ) «. L. L. Kelly, J °or"' On motion of Sup'r Boulter tbe report was accepted and adopted as recommended by the committee. On motion of Sup'r Davis tho board adjourned until 1 o'clock p. m. 1:00 p. m. Board called to order by tbo cbairman. Quorum present. Theoommifctee on sheriff and deputies' accounts; reported as follows: 0 3 RBrown, board..:.. 178.75 178.75 5 F Pervorse, dep'y sh'ff 59.90 59.90 4\ ,TRBrown, sheriff... 203.63 -203 63 12 Wm. Parish, und sb'ff 38.35 38.35 The eammittco on justices, accounts reported as follows: 7 F Morrissey, justice 25.90 25.90 IOCHLowie, " .... 1.50 1.50 14 J O Roekafellow 13.55 13.80 28 F A Garncross 490 490 On motion of Supervisor Kirkbrida tho Board took a recess of 15 minutes, 2:30 p. m, Board called to ordo>- by tbo chairman. Quorum present.- The eoramifcteo to whom was referred tho matter of abstract foes belonging to tbo county reported and requested that tho chairman authorize tho County Treasurer to investigate and adjust said claim for abstract- monies. Said request was granted and tho Treasurer authorized t _ adjust tbo same. Tbo committee on pordiom and milengo reported as follows: Supervisors. j? ■§ ."a -y Total. *S K g £ Boulter 3 §3 12 6 §9 72 Bailer 3 3 6 6 9 36 Como'r... 3 3 26 6 10 56 Davis 3 3 36 6 1116 Fleming 3 S 40 6 11 40 Goodman 3 3 36 6 11 16 Hosier..... 3 3 12 fa* 9 72 Hampton 3 3 42 6 1152 Kelly..- 3 3 27 6. 10 62 Kirvan 3 3 36 6 11 16 Kirkbride 8 3 36 6 1116 juewls..._..._..... o" o ""28 "912 Montney 3 3 38" 6 U 18 Popplu.—, 3 3 36 6 11 16 Richardson 3 3 2 6 9 i2 Schilling---.,——-- 3 3 36 6 11 18 Temple 3 3 40 6 11 40 Tinker.— . 3 3 26 & 12 Toman 3 3 24 6 10 44 Vanbenschoten —.. 3 3 24 6 10 44 Your commifc.ee on per diem and mileage report as above and beg leave to be discharged from further consideration of the same. Wm. Hosler, ) L. Montney, \ Com. W. M. Temple, ) Said report on motion of* Supervisor Kirkbride was received and adopted. Minutes of todays session read and approved* Thereupon on motion of Suporvinor Kelly tbe board adjourned. Henby Heisman. John Hampton, Clerk, Chairman. ,T.W.Pierce, Republic, ta,, says: "I have used One Minute Cougb Cure in my family and for myself, with results so entirely sasisfaotory that I can hardly find, words to express myself as to its merit. I will never fail to recommend it to ofcbera, on every occasion that presents itself."--*Witherspoon. ] f ) t NEW LINE OF EMBROIDERIES ALL WIDTHS. NEW STYLES. RIGHT PRICES -v!3fc,©-^k^- HE SAL] Of Winter Goods is now on, Price Out on AU Winter Goods SPECIAL, AT Qi CENTS Vim YARD. One- case of very lieavy G-rey Outings,, regular 12£c goods?. Consistency is a jewel that shines equally in the lifs of a prince and in the conduct of a peasant. All nature loves and exemplifies uniformity. Why is it that the snow crystals always show three points or a multiple of three? Why is it that robbing' eggs are ever blue? Why do men seo with two oyes, hear with two ears, walk with two leg" and work with two hands? Why is it that when there is an exception to these rules of nature, we speak of the exception as a deformity or monstrosity? The fact that ■K Land Settlers' Rotes to the South. Tuesday, .February 4th, and the first Tuesday in each month thereafter until furtbor notice the Ann Arbor B.- B. will soil one way Land Settlors' tickets to Southern points at estromely low rates. Call on agents for particulars ov write W. H. BHrfOTTT, G. P „ - Toledo, Ohio. A .iit: 31 th mxsy &^\sesr S^Nas'__w'vls'l&i5t_H is selling goods at prices that make competitors squeak is neither a deformity or a monstrocity but a fact! All we ask is a COMPARISON and without a doubt we can convinee you that we are WIDE AWAKE. and looking out for the interests of our customers. Our competitors are mad at the low prices we are selling good?.; but bur customers are happy. We always have Groceries, Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Flour, Feed and Hay. NOTICE—We quit buying ties this week but will continue buying bolts until tne first of May. BICKNELL & CO.
|Title||1896-01-24; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, January 24, 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;|
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