1903-06-12; Clare Courier
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Vol. VIII, OLARE, MIQH., FRIDAY, JUNE 12,1903. NO. 62 -#^< ^^^.jT*^ . You all know what that means* Particulars next week. Clare will ceienrmi^ <,ne * ou* **« *,* *,+*.#* - -*« - - • — ___ T^yt t We have just received a new joooks, suitable for graduating pleased to have you call and look over oui line of the latest We will be assortment.* .^v. TOILET ARTICLES Eastman's Antiseptic Talcum Powder "Crushed Hoses'1is one. of the best Swan .Down, Pozzotri, Linden Bloom and Eutliymol Powder arc- tlm best powders" for the complexion.. Try a jar of "Milk Weed Cream." It improves bad complexion and preserves good complexions. Hobson's Tooth Wash is fragrant and rrfresli- It makes the-teeth whit*? nod tlie breath sweet. We have a new line of manicure aud embroidery Shears. CONFECTIONERY j&wig of Confectionery both are a few of our box ■■f We have -a large line bulk and box goods. Below goods: BLUE RIBBON LOWNEY'S REX GOLDEN SEAL CHOCLATE SNAPS JUL Ml . .WfMIHJIIjL J laLIU 111 J II llUi" In a Spirited Game in this City on Tuesday, The Greys Defeat Marion in the Third of the Scries. Tuesday was a great day for the haae ball fans of this city and vicinity. In previous contests the Marion and Mt. Pleasant aemi-profes- A LJ S SELL, -**. tv~~ 'Jt- il' sionai teams nau eauu won agsiiiB, and upon invitation of the owners of the grounds the teams.nlayed the third of the series in tins'%.city on Tuesday afternoon. From their home towns about two hundred rooters accompanied their players, while Harrison, Coleman, Bosebush and other neighboring towns helped to swell the- crowd of enthusiasts^ Probably not less than six hundred persons were upon the grounds when the game was called. The city "band turned out'to contribute to the joys of the occasion, and everybody enjoyed themselves. W. J. Hutchinson, of Grand Bap- ids, umpired the game, and while there was the regulation amount of faultfinding, he escaped without bodily injury. The line-up for the game was as follows. MT. PLEASANT. Roddick, 2d b O'Leary, ss Osborne, 3d!) Bicker, of Kinch, If Mason, lb Conrad, rf Spicer, c Fisher, p MARION. W. Currie, If Larson, c H, Currie, cf Carroll, 3b Woodman, ss Meyers, 2b Gilmore, rf. Swift lb Burnett, p In the sixth innings Kinch sprained his ankle while running bases and Becker took his place. The start of the game was "decidedly in Marion's favor, but errors of H. Currie and Woodman at critical periods permitted Mt. Pleasant to capture three runs, which made them safe. A large amount of money changed hands upon the game. The score was six to three in favor of Mt. Pleasant. The visitors had many words of praise for the condition of the grounds. POMONA .GFANGB. ^•«r*Sp*5?:*iS'«t* AT YOUR SERVICE . TO VETERANS AND FELATIVES. The Michigan. legislature has mede- aa appropriation to be expended in the preparation and publication of the military record of every man who Beryed in a Miohigan regiment and every man who was a resident of Michigan when Le enlisted and served in some other .state organization during the civil war. These publications will he in volumes by regiments, the names alphabetically arranged, and not less than 500 volumes will be published for each regiment and distributed free under the eame ruleB that "Michigan in the War" is distributed. It is the earnest desire of thiB department to publish to future generations the complete and correct military history ot every man whose name is of record in the Adjutant-General's office wffavfnjg servedinthe civilTvarrand -no efforts will be spared to gather all the data possible for suoh publication so each man may have full credit for the part he took in tho great conflict of '61to '65. Unfortunately the original muster in and muster out rolls ot companies, which were prepared in the field and are now on file in this office, do not contain eoraG of the items it is desired to pnblieh in connection with eaoh man's name.' This missing data must be supplied from the records of Grand Army Posts, it it is ever published, and this letter is an earnest appeal for you to furnish this office with the following information. The name of every comrade belonging to the Post (correctly spelled and plainly written) who served in n Miohigan regiment jd the civil war or who was a resident of Miohigan and served in some other organization, the number of his regiment and arm o£ service, the letter ot his company, hia residence when he enlist, ed, his present residence and, if deceased, the date ot bis death and placo of burial, if known. No other d^ta is required as tbis department can snpp'y the rest. Friends of deceased spldiepare. asked to comply with the above request. Those getting mail nt Clare, Dover or Colonville ssncl dates to. - W. 8. Qoo-QET, Adj„ •Clare, Mich. IMPROVEMENTS. Efe* THIS TICKET TfUS GM^E-TiT IS GdHUHriTEED To give good wear and perfect satisfdetiofh to the consumer MAKERS. SYRACUSE. N.Y.. is sewn into the pocket of all our Men's, Suits at $10.00 and upwards. You take no risks when you buy one of these guaranteed Suits. The manufacturers who stand back of their...garments.., with, sucha guarantee are most likely.to be very careful in the selection of their material and the workmanship on their garments. Let us show you the style we are offering in this line at $10, $12.50, $15. Two-piece Summer Suits The neatest* coolest and most popular hot weatherSuits. ^XXTci Tia-cra a arv"l_»nrli<1 Titin of. ■frf.TTI u^r.uuuiv. jl&uw tHjV AJLVSJU4 «_•*_■ gffi"in vlii t\qv Krrit. w »"#' m This store is your store. It's policy is dedicated and directed by demands. Yes . it is an interesting store., not a commonplace centre of"coihmerb'Q", oiit a "store"" " answering promptly to the wants of the people " - - . ..Business Centres M e.r &.. . Remember your dollar weighs a full one - hundred oents of value at all times, time and experience show us more and more exclusively that the way to people's favor * is to do their pocketbooks some good and good (roods as well as low prices and prompt attention—you get it at this store. CANNED GOODS Just a few words on Canned (roods. We've got the best brand on the market. Canned Corn 10c Canned Beans lOo Canned Peas lOo ' • Canned Tomatoes lOo CONFECTIONERY . Nabisco, a choice Coolue,' Honey Jumbles A special line, of 10c Cookies THE TEA QUESTION Are you satisfied with your Tea ? Try a pound of our 50c, we will warrant it to give satisfaction, and our 35c Tea will give better results than the 40c you are- using. _ JAS. O'CONNOR Isabella Pomona Grange met with -North t Bran civ.GiangaJ|une_3d};.and the following officers were installed: F. H. Olmstead—Master. . - John Northon—Overseer. "Wm. McNeai— Lecturer, John Ferris—Steward. . D. Perry—Ass't Steward Bev. Bichards—Chaplain. Ohas. Lee—Treas. Wm. Graham—Secretary. Eli Ferris^-Gate Keeper, Mrs. John Northon—Ceres. MrSi Wm. Graham—Pomona. " "Mrui fr.TEf". Olmste'ad—Fitsfa.;" ====- --- Mrs. A. Frazier—Lady Ass't Steward..' Several questions wore discussed among which were the centralization "of schools, and the improvement of roads system. North Branch gave a fine- program in the evening which was well attended. The officers from the several granges throughout the county report grange work in a very prosperous condition. The Pomona holds its next session with the Denver Grange^Sept. 3d. ATTENTION COMRADES AND SONS OF VETERANS. The cutting of the grade known as Shaver hill is in progress. The Baptist parsonage is being neatly painted and trimmed. The sheet metal workers are making headway on the new mill. J. K. Humphrey is having his office on Fourth street repainted. James Duncan is having a cement walk laid around his residence property. Cement crosswalks are being laid on 4th street-cast side and «n Stir street weBt side. __=_T^G.J[o*_brQQki'?Lcohatrttcting an addition to his store which will make it more convenient. Preparations are being made to lay a cement walk in front of the' Central Hotel. In order to do this considerable filling ia was necessary. The material used in filling in is being taken from lot~at-feairorj building across the street ironvthe hotel. The Central has recently been remodelled. _.l<roONTZ—MANLY.. Men's Hats Received this week the very latest shapes in wide brim Soft Hats, black and castor, a very fine duality at 2.00 Other new styles at 1.00 and upward. White Dress Goods Small lot of fine Swisses in dots and fancy stripes and lace effects, regular 20c value at per yard 15c New Black Brilliantine Received this week special value at 50c, 75c: and $1.00' Colored Wash Goods New patterns in dotted Swisses, Organdies, Batistes, Dimities, etc., 10c, !5c New Ribbons Every desirable shade in fine silk taffeta at 4c per yard and upward Under' skirt Special Made of heavy, lustrous, mercerized Satine 14 in. flouce with two accordion pleated ______ _tn XIUUCB, cujjcu. wii/ii xttuuy "Vt««lr-. XVi.MlLr\SJLi. in terns, :handsome colorings per yard 10c ruching and headed with tape, dust ruffle, bound with waterproof velveteen, jsTeneii seams throughout, fitted hips, only $1.50 Silk Waists New styles peau de sole Waists, handsomely stitched and tucked, white and black at $5.00 Fancy Silk Waists, changeable stripes ^ and shepherd checks, this season's styles, ff former price 5.00 no;w $3.95 Lowest ^PrlceW OAX/^L&C Everything (V Store Closes at 6:00 p. m. [standard time] every evening except Monday & Saturday J. D. Brewer camp aro desirous of increasing its membership and now made all comrades and sons this offer. If we can take 15 applications before August fifteen, we will make the muster fee $1.25 instead of $2.00. Come comrades, aiid be one of our number arid let your friend whoever named by you receive $60. Our meetings are tho first and third Tuesday evenings of each .month and if you will come to. these meetings we can take your application j and muster at the same meeting. Attend the meeting June 16th and decide to bo one of our number. "We"1 havo mustered fifty-five, but want now to increase/ that number s(o make you the above proposition, W. ii. CooLBY, Col. Bead The Coubieb. At the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Koontz,on Wednesday evening, six o'clock, Miss Mayme G-. ]E.oontz was united in marriage to" Mi*. Archie D. Manly, conductor -on a Kansas railroad, formerly of the P. M., Eev. Hathaway officiating. The bride was attired in white silk and castor and carried beautiful carnations, the groom the conventional black. .Following the ceremony a wedding supper- was served. They were recipients of many beautiful presents. The bride formerly clerked in Bicknell Bros, dry goods Btore. The couple left on the evening train for Saginaw, Cass City, and other points east with the best wishes of their many friend's, Mr.. and Mrs. Manly have not aB yet decided where they will reside. The Courier joins with many of their friends in congratulating the young couple.. NEW ADS, An Osceola countypreacher, who so. far ha*" survived.the dangers of boarding honso steak, hopes to soon take unto himself a wife, and is devoting all of his time not required by his flock, to a prepossessing schoolma'am of his parish. A few Sundays since he accompanied his beloved upon a ride through the rural,districts, and in the course of his discourse in the evening, remarked : "Today when I was driving, I was so impressed- with the beauty of things and so wrapped up in studying nature that I was three hours in driving six. miles." An impolite maiden in the rear pew giggled, and one staid old'deacon was heard to remark at the close of the service that he'd bet a cookie that the elder couldn't tell pne thing in nature he saw upon the Whole trip, To the "strange?" in Glare the first noticeable feature is that of the beautiful lawns surrounding the residences of the city. Nowhere in the state will one find such neat, even lawns as here abound. The citizens should be proud of this for it conveys to the visitor the fact that even in a small town it is possible to have as beautiful homes as are found in cities, But even with all this beautiful scenery the same strange visitor is somewhat taken aback when meandering slowly along the streets he is suddenly subjected to a heavy sprinkling from one of the numerous fountains which adorn every lawn. We trust our citizens will be more careful in placing fountains so near the walks as to deluge every pedestrian passing them. Go to Smith's 4th street bakery for tho best ice cream soda in town, M. P. "Enders, Furniture. Leusenkamp's Dry Goods. Dr. Eogers, Specialist, Davy & Co,.. Dry, G.o.o,^. A. Ek Muss^e];^ fijeuggif.,^ X. :*$'.':*3qin.pfe'©.y4 Planing Mill. Wanted to rent—A five or six room house, centrally located. Apply at this office. Miss Ethel Pratt visitor yesterday. was a Saginaw Mrs. Eugene Behan, of Detroit, arrived in the city a few days ago to spend the sumiuer with her daughter, Mrs,, J"",. A. Hapson. "S**¥. and. Mra. O. A. Silverthorn, of Ludington, spent Sunday in the city, tho guests of the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs, Geo-'. Ackley. Boys have of late been breaking into B. Muscott's mill near the union depot and stealing rods. Mr. Muscott requests The Courier to state that it will be wise for parents to warn their boys against the practice, as he will have fcho/boys arrested if thoy attempt it again. Mr. and Mrs.. Kelley Turner to Denver, Ind.. Monday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Clarence Flora, formerly of Dover. Malcolm Feighner slipped from a box. on which he was standing, Tttesday evening, falling upon the box in such a "manner that he cracked a rib, consequently he is off duty. Twenty firemen and citizens accompanied the" Dover band to Alma yesterday to attend the dedication of the new public building in that village. The exercises wore of a very impressive character, and were participated iu by several thousand people. B". A. Wilsori, 7of~Fliutf ""EEFvTsrtifigr"-~ Clare friends today. Geo. Whiteside left "on Mohtiay ~ for Simcoe,.Ontario, to attend the funeral of his.mother^ _"_""_" John B. Gardner, of Youngstown, Ohio, has accepted a position as barber with Dell Kump. A 25-yard rag carpet and a secondhand Singer sewing machine for sale cheap. Call on Mrs. T. W. HiOKS. Mrs. Henry Walwrath, of Fork, Mich.,.came Thursday to visit her daughter, Mrs. D. J. McTavish. The ashery, ownedby Fred iStanly, and. situated on east ■ 7th street, burned at noon today. Loss, $500, with no insurance. The Courier has received'from General Passenger Agent Kirby, of the Ann Arbor, a very handsome and interesting brochure' treating upon the beauties of "Frankfort and vicinity as the proper place to spend the hot summer months. Joseph A. Irwin and Miss Hattie A Cook were united in marriage at Columbia, Mich., on Wednesday evening, June 10th, at eight o'clock. Miss Nettie Cook, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid and Fred Irwin, brother of the groom, acted as best man. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin will reside in Durand for the present. Joseph Irwin is a son of Mr, and Mrs. Jamos Irwin, of this city and is well known hero. First-class Horse for salo Bee Wm. jMcKinlky, Dover. cheap.
|Title||1903-06-12; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, June 12, 1903 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.|