1903-10-09; Clare Courier
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fe-Wf-f*'??*^^ ^ m^mw^amm^-r^;^^^' •:.;••-». 'tf-J'rl»^r^^^^^^mmmammm Vol. IX. OJUABE,ly^CH,, PRI0AY, OCTOBER 0,190& NoJT All the leading odors in handkerchief perfumes and, satcliet powders,^.itfipJ^-Jainti! I^15^ J** popular prices, „ Pixie Bauquet, a New 50c Quality. We have all the desirable varieties of Brushes, powders and toilet requisites. Well Attended Convention HeldUn this City* at K. O. T. M, Hall, J. B, Hamer, of WinterfieM, and Robert Hutchinson, of Sheridan, Elected Delegates to the State Grange. LOCAL X MENTION, Candies '0k We have a big trade in fine exquisite Chocolates' and Bon Bons. We are agents for Johnston's Celebrated Confections. There is nothing better for presentation. VmM. Just We have a complete line of Violin, Guitar and Banjo strings. Now is the time of the year to take "Swamp Boot" the great kidney and liver cure. Eemember we have a large line of ammunition. received another Carload of Books. A. E. MUSSELL,^ i Central Drug Store f Im A^AMMDD'C PPOPTOV % OF CLARE Ut -f ,IT TAKES TIME. Sooner or later "everybody will understand that some Grocer's are closer buyers men otiiers. They will understaiid. ilisx nobody can go below certain prices without bankruptcy or without slighting qualities. They will learn that one Grocery firm in Clare is not only a closer buyer than the others, but that it's busi* ness permits it to prosper on the narrowest kind of a margins. Of course this Grocery is Our's. There can't be a bit of doubt about it. It has taken about three years to reach our present position and in the time to come we propose to keep on giving the very best service there is to be had. T<? •i TELA. TE,jPl We will give you a very good Tea. " 8 lbs for $1.00,. Our very best Tea is only 50c a lb. Our Coffees at 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c •will give you very good satisfaction. We want your Butter and Eggs. JAS.' O'CONNOR ^%%%%%%%%%%%%%%^%%%%^> SPursusmt to call and in conformity wich"Gr«uge-Te|j^ tion made-up of delegates from, the several'subordlnate Granges*of the county, was held in this city on Tuesday., the sejssions'bejng held at the K. O. T, M.. hall. Every subordinate Grange in the county was represented andtimporfcant business was transacted, .Tbe convention was called to order Gotleib Liebrand, of Mt. Vernon Grange, who has been instrumental in establishing the order in this county, and to whose efforts the present prosperous condition of the society in this county is largely attributable. Geo. Pease, of Grant, was elected chairman and Mrs. M. W. Vf heeler, of Winterfleld, secret tary. The chair named the following as committee on credentials: D. W. Bowe, of Surrey; Julius Sphaffer, of Grant, and Balph Sprague, of Greenwood. Upon examination of the credentials, the committee found the following persons entitled to seats: Surry, STo. 1063-Ii. L. Kelley, Geo. W, Graham, D, W. Bowe, Mrs. D. W. Bowe. % Sheridan, No. 1004—F. A. Cam- cross, B. Hutchinson, B. Emerson, Thos. Hutchinson. Winterfleld, No. 920-J. B. Hamer, Hattie Hamer, Geo. Lockwood, Mary Wheeler. Biverside, No. 1090 (Nester Dam) —-S. A. Leitner, V. A. Tryon, Geo. Codling, A. W. Gould. Gfeehwood,No.932—B.J. Sprague, M. F. Oauer, Wm. Smith, W. W. Burnett.. Garfield, No. 1106—Ed. Finch. Grant, No, 1026-C. C. Stoll, Geo. Pease, Wm. Bauder, Julius Schaf- fer. Advance, No. 1014 (Sheridan) — John McKenzie, Delia McKenzie, L. H. Thompson, Tudor Schunk. A committee appointed recon> mended that the county be divided into two districts, which was done, as follows-. No. 1—Surry, Garfield, Winterfleld and Greenwood. No.2— Grant, Advance, Sheridan, and Biverside. A recess was then taken for dinne*c. Beconvening at one o'clock the convention divided into districts and proceeded to el-ocfc one delegate from, each to the state Grange. The election required several ballots but resulted as follows: No. 1, J. B. Hamer, of Winterfleld; No. 2, Bob- erf, Hutchinson, of Sheridan. Following the election the fire insurance feature of the society -was discussed at some length, and facts brought out that the members are, at present at least, securing a safe insurance at a very low cost. Mr. Liebrand urged the organization of a Pomona, or a county Grange, which was done, sixteen persons subsc-ribin^1 to th& application for a charier. The PoSona Is an additional degree, but is operated separately from the state body, its funds remaining in total in the local treasury. Its meetings are held quarterly at some point best adapted. The members of Clare Pomona at once elected the following Officers: Master—L. L. Kelley, of Surry. Secretary—Julius Schafler, Jr., of Grant. Lecturer—Mrs. M. W.Wheeler, of Winterfleld. The first meeting will be held on Wednesday, Dec. 2, with Isabella Pomona, which meets withMt. Vernon Grange, of Vernon. Tbe order in this section of Michigan seems to be in a flourishing condition, and some very interesting sessions are looked forward to by the members dur'ng the coming winter. Dr, Boeder to Crooked Lake on Wednesday. Mrs* Chas." Buell to Mt. Morris Wednesday to visit relatives. Wffi. Boswell, of East Jordan, Is the guest of his sister, Mrs, T. C. Holbrook. ^AreiittoetF^gutherlarid^has—plans drawn for the Lowe residence on 7fch street,^ D. H.Kump, the .barber, has installed two new improved chairs in his parlors. ' No more street work will be done in Clare this season. Funds running too low. ' The board of supervisors meets in annual session at the county seat next Monday. ■ Mrs. Matilda Ferris, of Owosso, arrived in town Wednesday, to visit triends and relatives. A Bayview reading circle is being organized in the city. Twenty-two" members havo been-seeured^^ ^ The Ladies' union will meet next Friday afternoon at the parsonage. E. B. Hornung has sold his handsome residenceproperty on 5th street to W. Wolsey, who .will bring his family from Detroit to Clare next spring. Mr. Hornung has riot yet determined as to his future place of residence, A telephone line is being constructed from Harrison to Houghton lake, a distance ot 24 miles. It will connect with the Union lines at Harrison. Ex-county treasurer Bichmond is one of the heaviest Stockholders, Tho Ladies' aid society will meet with Mrs. Sam Barney, one mile south of Clare, on Friday morning, Oct. 16th. B. Hi O'Donald, of Howard City, has been in the city this week looking after the business affairs of his late brother, C. H. Cecil Ackley, accompanied his mother, Mrs, George Ackley. to Ann Arbor, "Friday, where she will receive medical treatment. Mrs. Francis Overbaugh and brother, Ira Louch, of Houghton. Ont., are visiting -at the home of the former's uncle, Jas. Louch, — The Guild will meet with Mrs, Chas. Thurston next Wednesday afternoon,tand refreshments will be served. All are cordially invited. , Mrs. W. P. Lewis gave a 5 o'clock tea, Friday, Oct. 2nd, to thirteen ladies in honor of her sister, Mrs. B. E. Hoyt, who is visiting here. Allie, ths thirteen year-old sou of Mr.' and Mrs. E. E. Hubel, of the first ward, died yesterday morning from Bright's disease. The funeral will be held on Sunday, The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Holbrook, aged two months, died on Friday last after an extended illness. The remains were interred at Cherry Grove on Sunday. Secretary E. C. Smith, of the Sportsmen's field trial club, was in the city yesterday completing arrangements for the coining trials in this city.- A large attendance is looked for. The officers of the Modern Woodmen Camp of this city, are in receipt of the information that a school of instruction and Woodmen rally will be held in this city on Saturday, Nov. 14, afternoon and evening. It will be conducted by State deputy E, J, Bullard, of St. Johns, and the national lecturer, Judge White, of Illinois. But few of these meetings, attended, by the prominent Woodmen mentioned,- will be held ih'the state,- and Cedar camp is to be congratulated in securing them. All Woodmen in Clare and adjoining counties are urged to be present. The local Camp will make all necessary arrangements for the visitors and an especially enjoyable-aiid instructive session is anticipated. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lister left Millersburg, Monday, for their new home in Clare. Mrs. Lister will visit, at several places on the way and will not reach Clare perhaps, for two weeks* With their removal from town, has passed one of the solid, substantial business men,, a mam whose character is above reproach, whose employment of men has been one of the factors in building up the village, and whose stay among us has been for the good of society and the best things in the, place. A mill man of more than local reputation, he shipped much good lumber and many fine shingles. His mill was one of those which ran successfully .and the men whom he employed, were his Triends. In Baptist'Church matters particularly, Mrs. Lister was a moving spirit and perhaps it is not too much tb say that the church society owes its origin to her untiring offorts. In their removal they carried with them the best wishes of all. "who knew them, and the sincere -desire of all that they may prosper in the new line of business which Mr. Lister has selected.—Millersburg News. ^iioiilinifr# Many have taken advantage of our early showing 0 ■of .Furs and have made their selections. It- pays to buy Furs early, the qualities'shown early are always the best. No previous season have we shown such an extensive line as we do this fall and the prices the very lowest. Scarfs 98c. to $25.00. -. , Jackets $30,00 to $40,00. -----* Cloth Jackets and Capes & The very newest styles in the most popular fabrics, at economical prices. •» 27-in. box Coat, all wooj kersey, satin trimming, lined with satin, black and colors, an extra value - . ' g5c Black zebeline Corset Coat, seams shaped, with, kersey fancy- stitched collar, 84-in. long, only . . . \§qq ]Gther attractive styles up §25.00.] - . Plush Capes 30-in. waterproof Plush Capes, crushed or plain, good quality Bpun glass lining, only - ■■■■.■-■- - ' ' 3 gs .[Other big values up to 7.50.] MHIinery Many aew styles of Eeady-to-wear Hats, the latest styles, added to our line this week. - .. Men's Work Shoes There are no better work shoes made than the Anchor line, handled exclusively by this store. Nothing but the bestmaterials are used in their manufacture. Our line -is complete at 2.00 to 2.50 per pair.; Lowest Prices. DA VY & CO. Everything to Wear. Store Closes at 6:00 p. ra. [standard time] every evening except Monday & Saturday uimnrnrn flniiUiflTEni iUUHUfcllLrll Will f"5~" V Dr. Worden Goes to Marquette Prison for Life. His Wife is Discharged,. Geo, Church Sentenced under the Indc- determinate Law to Ionia. The September term of circuit court was concluded .at Harrison late Saturday evening last, tho final case being that of the People vs. J, B. Hatfield, charged with stealing a cow. The jury found that Hatfield did not steal the cow. After deliberating less than two hours the jury in the case of the Wordens returned a verdict of guilty against the doctor, but discharged his wife. On the following day Judge Dodds sentenced Worden to spend the remainder of his days at solitary confinement and hard labor at the state prison at Marquefcfcee, Worden received the sentence without emotion and declares that ho yet will be given his liberty. He expressed much gratification at the discharge of his wife and says that her. false swearing was at his direction. - . Church the confessed burglar, was sentenced to the Ionia house of correction and. reformatory under the indeterminate sentence law, and the conditions of his; sentence are that he must be confined there for at least one year, and that after tbat •upon recommendation of the proper, authorities that board of pardons may release Mm. Worden was taken to Marquette oa Monday by the sheriff, while deputy Green escorted Church to Ionia. TO THE BUCKEYE STATE. Tho following people from Claro aud vicinity patronized tho excursions on Wednesday lo" visit their old home or friends in Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fishley to Cleveland and Mineral City. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Smith to Fayette, .Dr. and Mrs, B. A. Gray to Dele- ware Co. . O. Penrose, of Sheridau,tO Toledol Rev. and Mrs.Boot, and daughter of Arthur, to various points in Ohio. Mrs. B. Koontz to Coshocton. Guy Smith, of Dover, Toledo. Wm. Grear, of Arthur to Ind. Miss Bell Dfeller to Ohio. Mrs. W. F. Harpstor, of Arthur to Halmcr Ind. * ■ John Beck of Arthur to Ind. Oliver Moor, of Arthur to Ind, HARRIS—STEVENS, At the home of the bride's parents in this city on Wednesday evening, occurred the marriage of Mr. Fred; Harris and Miss Stella Stevens, the ceremony being performed by Eev. W. J. Hathaway, pastor of the M. E. church. The event was witnessed by a few of the immediate friendsand relatives of fcheconfcracfc- ing parties. - Both the bride and groom are among the city's most esteemed young people, and The Coubieb wishes them abundant happiness and prosperity. W. J, Dwyer now travels liis beat regularly as night polico of this city, and the gang of night prowlers that have infested the alleys and dark places nightly for some months^are finding Other places for killing time, Mr. Dwyer has beeu appointed b£ the council and possesses full power to make arrests* SEPTEMBER EXPENDITURES. The superintendents of the poor met at the county Beat oa Wednes-- day, and allowed bills for Sept. .as follows: - , - ■ - •. TBitEORAnT he-mei-*. Paid IToocl \ '*)' so 40 " Mefllclno.......!..,,,, *. ...is.to. " transportation. '. ...,; $ 39 Tolal ...',, , 42 70 Big bargains' on- Portraits Frames at Willoughby's. and Wan-msd:—Girls to Work in silk. faofcory,.iiico clean work, good wages permanent employment. Write, us for full particulars. Also wanfe'families containing several girls to move bete, and occupy new houses. BHU)MsraBBOs.. & Co., Belding, Mich.
|Title||1903-10-09; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, October 9, 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;|
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