1896-07-10; Clare Courier
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&3. >A T" "V ' « ■ ' 0 **#'**' THE COURIER ELEGTIjON. -—nan-:?— 25 CENTS- i» Gents PATS VOX • THIS PAPER * —-TJNTli—^ After Election. ...-,py Vol, 2. CLARE,'MICH,, FRIDAY* JULYJO, !896. No. 3 lP*3iF/i??i?i??iP ^wwHffwww^^ -■^•s&e^*/! £:& «&«• •?«• ^& •ft*: &lk hem. . ^ •as- ^!& ,-*& ■" - ^!?t -.- -aSv ."• '•$&■ ; 'Twer .AU. •Jl> »?«• *§!(? -.# —-™53!jv> •-- v.- jMg, Mk. "•mp - £% ..«S!fe ^* &ik "•Slfr Because They Fit. Because They Wear, Because People Like THE RIG AT selling. . a. That's our road. We've been shoes long enough to know the ins and outs. Poor shoemaking wouldn't H bring us trade. Hence we only sell|| good shoes. Tell you what we do. || We look ahead and anticipate what's || coming and prepare, That is why our|jf shoes are fitted for the times. J ust the J| shoes that are wanted right now. BRIEF MENTION. &k •w dk £>lk $k m 0 i-3 <1 o j There are old feet and young feet, > And little feet and great— i Pretty feet and homely foot S And feet that do not mate. < There are tender feet and tough feet, S And narrow feet and wide— < Short feet and long feet i And feet you'd like to hide. J Its quite a feet to cover feet, i In style and comfort too— ) And if this is what you're after < I'll tell you what to do. < Just, bring your feet to WALLER'S store, > And fit them in his shoes— .. \ Tour corns will never bother yon < And you'll never have the blues. ED, H. WALLER, •ilk •?«• &lk -?r> Sk ■#&■ ^»«? •as- && -?(S» $k &lk •?!«• £lk *lk IK- $,k ^ •Ji«- s& •?i^ E. jD.'Falmor loft for Buffnlo on Mon- ikSS5t^«i2jD3-iiC£^ FRUIT CANS in immense quantities at u*'"".- Also a good line of GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, EARTHEN DISHES, KNIVES, • FORKS, ~ ^ ' SPOONS and Everything in house furnishing goods at almost your ownpneo. Gall and get prices' Yours for trade Holbrook's Department Store. »©£ 4K&* wAjAcfS- - £h rMV^irWyfTa ^' Vl w it3l m SPECIAL Prices on Clothes Wringersjg ■^m Tine Co-U-xier. '/*( / FROM NOW UNTIL tHE-NOV. ELECTOIN, FOR 25 CENTS. r I "Pick" Ohappell is quite ill. Thos. Dwyer is homo from Canada. ,R, H. Jenney to Detroit on Monday. 0, Honeywell down from Farwell last night- Dr. Kelley, of Earwell, in the city yesterday^ ' ' The steam thresher will soon begin its rounds. Dr. Witherspoon in Harrison on Wednesday. ' ' New potatoes on the market retail for. 60 cents. J. 0. Rockafellow to Grand Blano yesterday. G. W. Richardson, of fi,arrison in -the city this week. » R, G.Jefferies and Clarence YanBrant in Saginaw over Sunday. Bicycling on 5th street by electric light is becoming quite popular. Davy & Co. in another column, an- nouno aome bargains in clothing. -Jas, Jjouch is devoting his entire time to a carbuncle upon his right hand. Postmastar Maynard is in Chicago attending the Democratic convention. Mrs. M. A. Perkins, of Evart, is visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Witherspoon, Geo. Morgan and wife, of Harrison, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. Shank. Tomorrow is evacuation day, and Gov, Rioh asks every citizen of Michigan to observe it. Jas. Johnson, of Evart, attended the funoral of his mother, Mrs, Sanderson, on Tuesday, Yandercook, tho photographer "took" the measles on Monday and hasn't done anything since. Mat Tatman and family left today for Traverse City where he has a position in a grocery store. The Other Aid society will meet with Mrs. D. Rorison next Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stearns rejoice over the advent of a baby girl .at their home last evening. The tire department meeting to have been held on Wednesday evening was adjourned for one week. Tho cornet band is making rapid strides at practice and will soon begin weekly open air concerts. L. Blackburn wheeled 102 miles Wednesday, visiting Ithaca, Alma, St. Louis, Shepherd and Mt. Pleasant. The Ann Arbor excursion to Erankfort today failed to matoralize. About 15 in- Tended to go from this: place. While there has been no red raspberries marketed, the crop is reported abun dant. Many are picking for honie eon- sumption. M. J. Panning, of Harrison, passed through Clare yesterday, homeward bound from Shepherd. He made the trip on his wheel. " Jr A: Jackson goes io~ Detroit Monday to attend the national convention of the A. 0. H., as delegate from Claro county Division No. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ohappel suffered the loss of their 1-i-monfchs-old daughter on Tuesday from measles:" TM' irarnil service was held on "Wednesday, Bov. Long officiating. " The 4-year-old son of Ed. Gilness, of Shondan, fell from a lumber pile yesterday, breaking his left arm above the elbow. Drs. Witherspoon and Sanford reduced tho fracture to* Mrs. L. Kaub, who has taught the primary room of the Harrison schools for the past ten years, was in the city last night. "She will remove to Indiana where she will continue teaching. The next Republican scounty convention will bo held .on July22. This is quite early, but "Sunthin's got to bo did," you know, to hold the boys in line. Desertions aro to numerous now-adays to be comfortable. Tho 4th was a quiet day in tnis city. The day and even ing before was one of hustle among the business houses, as nearly everyone needed something in tho way of edibles or wearing apparel for the birthday to be observed. The early trains carried many to the various fishing resorts near by where, from all accounts, everybody enjoyed themselves. Large numbers drove or wheeled to Fdvo or Stevenson lakes, where large crowds from the surrounding country assembled. At Lake George the Hatton and Greenwood Sunday schools met in union picnic and. passed the day very ehjoyably. A goodly representation went to Saginaw, Bay City, Mt, Pleasant and Evart. ■The great majority, however, Boanned closely the list for the place where a good time Wight be had for the least money. Business was generally suspended during th«|itiernbon in the iSifcy. D. E> Alward was home n'SVtr' from Detroit over'Sundayf _ M, I. Follett, of Harrison, in town Tuesday night. ThejDxohange feed 'storo has returned to thq^'Callaghan building. Monday's trains were-loaded with people returning from various celebrations. •Farwell.-*ney ball- ninevwon the$2i? prizfe at1 Ev/trt on tho 4th. Score, 14 to 8. S. Q. Kirlcbrjde roturned from Chicago this rooming. This does not mean a bolt. -'• ' i " ' E. Cfe.H|iwes rejoices this morning over tho a nival of a big bov at his homo last night., " ; JacT>S"Mason and Mrs. 'M.' E. Parrish attefi'iJBU" prgba'to court at Harrison on Monday. ".*»*, * * f Wit)h Sunday to recuperate, everybody resumed' busints3 on .Monday feeling first- class.'" \ A quorum failed,to.appear at the coun, oil meeting .on Tuesday night, cOnsP: quentTy ii was adjoacDed for one week. Thns.N'iylorJinR rented tho interest of WebTPierco in*tho planing mill of Pierce & Mater, and took possession on Mon- day. c : Xho ladies' Union will meet Friday afteruopn, July 17,. With Mrs. Frank Falk'ori oast Fourth street. A good at- teiidflfleaLsdasired; . Rev, Mr. and Mrs. "Hinman wishes to express theu'heartfelt'thanks to the many f rierrds' who so kindly assisted them in their bpijoavomont. »• Therefore CouitiEft, last week, started oniigrSecoud yerfr.' Appears to be about as thrifty aa 'any." in the journalistic crowd^-Osceola'Outline. Wisely indeed,. Clark Sutherland cornered theJiiawatha market immediately upon ids arrival in Chicago, consequently the price did not go up. Mr.Tand' Mrs. ,SV A. Wilson and Miss Ina KenyonVof'Harrison, passed through Glare vo& Tuesday, bound homeward from Flint'wlserS they celebrated. Geo.'E.lpawson, holds the belt to date. He cqleb^fted. at Stevenson lake, and while^^h^e captured a grass pike measuring 42 inches and weighed 19?| pounds. Mrs. E. H. Waller is enjoying a visit with her brothers, Berger and Vern Weeks, of Kalamazoo. Mr. Waller is entertaining his cousin, Thos: "Wailej," of Hart. A man whose name The Gotjhieb was unable to learn, was struck by a falling tree at Eddy, Avery & Eddy's camp west of Farwell last Friday and instantly killed. Lono Star L. 0. L., of this city will observe the 206 anniversary of the battle of the Boyne, at" Gallunsvilie, whore saveritl lodges of the Order will convene to celebrate the day. A. W. Mclntyre, who was called to Alanson on Tuesday by tho dangerous illness of his son, writes The Coupieb from that place that his boy is some better but not out of danger. Mesdames N. G. Davidson and M. 0. Dallas, of Alma^ were gue*sts at the home of F. W. Davidson on Wednesday night. The ladies proceeded to Harrison yesterday to orgam'zo a D. of R. lodge. If any one of our Republican friends has his last shirt in soak at the laundry an (The lacks the necessary silver to redeem it, will call at this office wo can supply him with tho only genuine M c- Kiniey dicky, which not only bears a picture of the major, but is embellished with as many colors as the Ohio Napoleon has positions on economic subjects. Now don't all claim it, for we have but one dicky and that must go to the most needy. The Harrison Cleaver intimates that the hose raco in this city on Field Day was won by the company from the capital but claimed by the Claro boys. This is the first The Cotjbiexi has learned that there was dissatisfaction regarding the time kept in the race, and even those from Harrison that participated did not manifest any ill feeling over the result. The time-keepers agreed as to the, tiuio made, and we hardly bolieve that the Cleaver expressed the sentiments of the Harrison department. If there is ill-feeling the proper way to settle it would be to ran again. The Claro bhys want no honors they are not justly intitled to. , Tho next time a traveling peddler calls at your door and tries to s0ll you goods, ask him if he will take your butter and eggs, and other farm produce; ask him if when your neighborhood gets ready to build a road or bridge over a creek or slaugh, he will bo willing/to donate a few dollars to help it along. Tell him that there is a poor widow down the road who would be very thankful it he would donate a few provisions; aok—Iiim if lie will contribute to an enterprise just starting.- If he agrees to do this, then patronize iiirri. Your home merchant does all thiB and more—Ex. M Children s Suits $1 iu $@ % KNEE PANTS LONG * Boys' Smts 4* IR FW0 & 1 UJ?\jJsixfe) Are doing their share of the business every day in the week. Their leaders for the present are the ' Celebrated UJ1 eJAFjPlISC" tea, Absolutely the best 50c tea in the city. Call and got a free sample. ]De:a.n^s4*8bandarcl-|:Coffe:e: Has no superior and but few equals. "We guarantee every package. 25c. Dean's Absolutely Pure Cream Tarter BffilM POWDER At 35 cents, is a rapid seller, and a satisfaction giver.' SALT PORK, SMOKED BACON, HAMS and SHOULDERS, FRESH HALIBUT, And BOLOGNA, Fruits, Early Vegetables, Confectionery, Tobacco and ' „ . Cigars. Our Expenses are nominal, we buy for cash, thus our customers profit.. To be convinced^ call. Halstead, The Grocer *t*m 1 ■fMfKHMIitii .jJtK •■~... *-"■-'• --*in*«iitftMfr Mm'
|Title||1896-07-10; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, July 10, 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.|