1903-09-25; Clare Courier
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" \ ',,mmit't ' *; Vol. IX, OI^ARE, MIOHIFHIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1903. No, IB Sporting Goods fk" - * LI " x *■ Lave you seen the line of Sporting — Goods at Mussell's? ■if We have a full line of Foot Balls,' Boxing Gloves, Striking Bags, Nose Masks and Shin Guards. Call in and see our line of Books* Some ot the latest Copyright Books: "Red Kiggar," just out Sept. 5th, 'OB. "PigD in Clover." "Barrell of the Blessed Mes.'' "Love Thrives in War." ' 'The One Woman.", "The Mettle of the Pasture." '•Lady Rose's Daughter." We have just received 150 Boooks which we are selling at • 25 cents each. '''*'■% ,, ,HAMMOCKS, ,, We have a number of fine Hammocks left and are Closing them out at REDUCED PRICES. A. E. MUS$LLL,f m~TelMermm'xTS£s! isf'Sf* C^MXMA mm \jt5tiliai Lmm uy kjixjm %, ^ y ©'CONNER'S GROCERY t OF CLARE \ 4- ^ Good Food Yes good food is essential to good health. You purchase health when you get your Groceries here. We carry nothing but the best and we have got it in ----=-^--- Quantities, That is one of the secrets of %■■■ a our success." ap "Purity and quality" is our motto. This store has no baits, no trash. Our j W priceB are dwarfs, our values are giants. [preserving and Pickling. The preserving and pickling season is on and we have a few dozen Gem Jars left over, will'close out at lowest cut rate, PURE VINEGARS, PURE SPICES. H. J. HEINZ PICKLING VINEGAR. 5 Tons'-of Sugar Just received 5 tons of Granulated Sugar. Our Teas and Coffees we guarantee to give the very best ot satisfaction. " .0 JAS, O'CONNOR LOCAL -X v MENTION. 1$&F ^F ^Bf iQ&r IP Mayor Lacy to Saginaw today, Mrs, 0, W, Perry to Saginaw on Wednesday. Sherrif TTpdegraff was in town on Wednesday. Robert Kent was down from McBain on Tuesday. ^To Mr and, Mrs. Jas,,Roxburg,, last Saturday, a boy. District No. 4, Eedding, is constructing a schoolhouse, C, W. Perry to Hersey on Tuesday to attend circuit court. Mr*. F. Mooney arrived -home from Bayview on Monday. Note Mrs. McKenzie's millinery announcement, in this issue. David Wolsey to Detroit Monday to visit his mother and sister. Harcy Gray leaves on Monday to attend the Medical College at Detroit. C. Bj. Lloyd, of Grant, owns a Shropshire ram that weighs 382 lbs. Mrs. C. H. O'Donald has returned from the east, aud is-nowin Howard City. Al. Purdy to Mancelona on Wednesday, where he has secured employment. Dr. Boeder has commenced the erection of a barn on his fifth street property. The Coukier welcomes news letters from Lake George and Loomis this we«k. Mrs. William Haley and son, Albert are visiting friends and relatives in Pontiac. The Michigan Telephone Co. has erected several thousand feet of cable this week. Mr.'Fred Heide, of Morrison, 111., arrived on Tuesday to visit at the home of Mayor Lacy. The King's Daughters' will meet next Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mooney. Circuit court convenes next Monday at Harrison. The complete cal- lendar appears in this issue. The Ladies' aid society will meet with Mrs. Fishley on Friday afternoon, Oct. 2, on east 4th street. Mrs. Ives has on exhibition at the Racket, a beautiful painting which she is selling on the ticket plan. Dr. Cobley, of Park Hill, Ont., was the guest of his cousin, Mrs. D. Crouse, last Friday and Saturday. Chas. Oscar and Wm, Webster, of Midland, have purchased J. B. Graves' saloon in the Dunlop block. Dr. and Mrs. Bracy, of Tompson- ville, were in the city on Tuesday on their way to Harrison for a few v.ays,.. ____. _.... Messrs. W.H. Brown, Joe Hoag and deputy sheriff Green, of the county seat, were Clare visitors on Monday. Emerson Orth has entered the Michigan College of Medicine, at Detroit, where he completes the course this year, Rev. W. J. Hathaway left on Tuesday to attend the an nual conference Of the M, E. ehure-h. The sessions are-ixeld-in Jackson. ., ._...!....,. Mayor Lacy of Antwerp, Ohio, has been in the city this week the guest of our Mayor Lacy* The gentlemen are distant relatives. The contract for the brick work on the Jackson-Fox block has been let to Manley Bros., of Mt, Pleasant. Mr. Fox will do the wood work. LTfie~Other aid will give a reception next Wednesday afternoon at the* home of Mrs. W. D. Riggs, in honor of Mrs. C. M. Buell, who is about to leave the city. All members are re*- quested to be present. Ed. Delaney has disposed of hia entire interests in the second ward to J. B. Brown. The property consists of a house and four lots, including the foundry site. Mr. Delaney will shortly go to California to take up his residence with his son. Dr. Taylor-Goodman left on Tuesday for Albuquerque, New Mexico, Where she will continue to reside until her health is completely restored. Her residence there has been of much benefit, and in two years she hopes to again take up her home in Michigan. The North Central Association of Congregational churches, held its annual convention in this city on Wednesday evening and Thursday, tho delegates gathering at the Congregational church. ' Dinner and Supper was served the visitors yesterday in the church parlors. Miss Pearl Carnahan, of Mt. Pleasant, spent last week in the city, visiting at the home of IMr, and Mrs. B. L,* Axford, The Rathbone Sisters will meet on Saturday afternoon of next week for the transaction of business. An initiation will be had in the evening. County agent Cooley and Supt. of the poor, Mclntyre, attended the semi-annual meeting of the county board of Jail inspectors in Harrison on Tuesday. Walter L, lEyke, whoSe boyhood" days were spent at Harrison, is now in the U. of M,, and qne of the fastest ^football players on the university team. J, F. Tatman is preparing to construct a stone house upon his farm in Sheridan, The contract for the stone work has been let to ifarris & Feighner, Among the Clareites to attend the county fair on Wednesday were Mr, an3 Mrs, G. W. Lee,Mr. and Mrs, O.B.Thayer, Mrs. T. S, Dorsey and John O'Callahan. '* The firemen were called out Tuesday morning at five o'clock to extinguish a fire in a hay stack in the rear of Dr. Reeder's residence. No damage, except to the hay* The board of puplic works has this week held several sessions, having under consideration the contract to supply the railroad companies with water No conclusion has yet been reached. Snowballs in September are a little unusual in this climate, but O, S, Derby has one at his residence that is the regulation size and as beautiful as any found in the early spring crop. President J. W. Boynton, of the Grand Rapids Electric Railway Co., accompanied by their attorney, H. N. Aver ill, of Grand Rapids, and engineer G. W. Doane, of Gladwin, were in the city last night. Work on the power plqpt at the river has been practically completed and last Friday the current was conveyed to the mill. Everything worked satisfactorily. The mill will be in readiness within a few days. Dr. Mulder is placing in training several hoys, to be used as additions to the city band. The doctor is entitled to much credit for the interest he is manifesting in the development of a desire for music among the young people of the city. * Among the visitors at the county fair on Wednesday were Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gronda, of Frost. Mr. G. is in his eightieth year while his wife is three years his senior. They have been married fifty-three years, and are enjoying excellent health. * The Lewis Cass Club will hold its regular monthly meeting at G. A. G. Hall on Friday, September ~25th, 1903, at 8:30 P. M. to which all members of the Club and other Democrats and their families and ladies' are especially invited. A program has been arranged and the ladies are especially requested to be present. Please extend this invitation to yoxir friends as all are welcome. At the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hubel, and in the presence of a few friends, Rev. -3Sv D. Potter united In -marriage on. Tuesday evening, George W. Carrier and Miss Pearl M. Hubel. Following the ceremony a wedding dinner was served. The contracting parties are well and most favorably known in this vicinity, and their friends offer, through The Coubieb their heartiest congratulations. A sleeper is one who sleeps, A sleeper is that in which a sleeper sleeps. A sleeper is that on which a sleeper runs while the sleeper sleeps. Therefore, while the sleeper sleeps in the sleeper, the sleeper carries the sleeper over the sleeper,under the sleeper until the sleeper which carries the sleeper,'jumps the sleeper and wakes the sleeper in the sleeper by striking the sleeper under the sleeper on the sleeper, and4, there is on longer any sleeper sleeping in the sleeping on the sleeper. Messrs. G. W. Easier and David Ward, of this city, announce their intention to return to their former profession, that of auctioneers, when ever their services are desired. Mr. Easier followed the business, for twenty years, and while he has dpne but little of that work since locating in this county,he lias given excellent satisfaction^ both to his employer and the public. Mr. Ward has done much work of this char- actor in and around Clare, and his ability is well known. The charges of either of these gentlemen will be reasonable, and they are ready at all time's to fill dates * DAVY & CO. Opening Display of FALL and WINTER Millinery. Z-Fridayand Saturday, Sept. 25th and 26th, Men's Overcoats. Our complete line of Winter Overcoats, Men's, Boys' and Childrens are now on sale. Never before have we shown such an attractive line, and our prices are lower than most stores and catalogue houses. An Extra Value. Mens' heavy Gray Water Proof Overcoat, Stylish Out, with velvet collar, only $5.00 Other great values in the very Swellest Styles. $7.50 to $18.00. j FINE FURS. Although it is early in the season many Ladies are buying their Furs now. The first showing is always the best, as the season advances it is impossible for Manufactures to furnish as good quality as they can earlier in the season. Our line is complete' and a purchase now insures the very best value. The prices in range are Scarfs - 95c to $25.00 Each. Jackets $30.00 io $40.00 Each. Lowest Prices. DAVY & CO. Everything ^f m Store Closes at 6:00 p. m. [standard time] every evening except Monday & Saturday PRETTY WEDDING "^^ Vicksturg—Parties "Well Known. Albert Raleigh Giberson of Caro, Mich., and Miss Carrie Josephine Clowes were married Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'loclc atthe residence of the bride's father, Chas J. CioWes, four miles south of town. Only the relatives and a few close friends witnessed the ceremony, which was performed by Dr. D. H. Reiter of Rochester, Mich. After a three course luncheon, Served by the four cousins, Misses Amy and Pearl Pellet, Miss Mable Potter and Lehlie Everstein, the couple were driven to Vicksburg where they took the evening train for Niagaria Falls. Thebride's gown was of white silk mull and that of her attendant, Miss Josephine Wing, white mull over pink. Many beautiful gifts attested to the popularity of the couple. The bride is particularly well known, being a graduate of Vicksburg high school and for several years a successful teacher in the schools at St. Joseph and Kalamazoo counties, latter having the intermediate work in the Climax and Rochester graded schools. After returning from their trip Mr, and Mrs. Giberion will be at home to. their "friends at Mr. Clowes' residence.—Kalamazoo Evening Telegram, Sept. 18th. Big bargains" on Portraits and Frames at Willpughby's. _.^"-g^>^,^-jf•3S'-»*a'--^'^ga'j»»,»'j».-*!*!».-^'jt>***«»'^-^!«>>fc'-j*».»-a»■«> . .-»*» TO m INEw; MILLINERY,., At Mrs. Goodman's Old Stand, mrs.d. w. Mckenzie, At Home to the Ladles3 Oct. 9th, 1903 m w ito iat ill ■ ■ "Wir v ito il/ ito ito ito ito ito .ito ito ito At her Millinery Parlors. -\to to ito Thomas Hanley died at the residence of M. J. Ash, in the first Ward on Monday evening, aged 60 years, eleveh months and six days. He suffered for moro than a year with Bright's disease,, and for the past three months was wholly Unable to leave his room. The funeral was was held.from Mr, Ash's home yes* terday morning at ten o'clock conducted by Rev. Fr. Malone, and the burial occurred at the Vernon Catholic cemetery. The deceased, leaves a wife, five sons and'One" daughter to mourn luff departure. The family came to Clare twelve years ago from Allison, Ont., and tho husband and father was well known and generally respected, Call and see my hats at 50c. Mrs. McKenzie..
|Title||1903-09-25; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, September 25, 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.|