1907-07-12; Clare Courier
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_f^r?s~_M~-msm- WT - •. #&^rwr''xiiz><rfT$g?f^rr*^^mwf^ -^^pr? GUAHE, MICH., FRIDAY, JULY (2,1907. fv^^%%%.' ■*_ ,<•*»* the. Most Complete juitic 01 .*? LOCAL */it''' MENTION. Harvest hands are"scarce. ''.-*■ ■ Dr, Dunlop was in- Mt. Pleasant on Monday. Dunlop's Electric; Theatre will open next week. A. J. Dolierty to Lansing and Detroit oil Tuesday,' ' ''< Mrs. J^A-. Jackson-spend Sunday I # I* TATIONERY FISHING TACK ' *» '; • In The City. \ When You take Your Vaca^ lion. Remember We are Head/ quarters for Supplies. J- S^fT****.-*-^^ -_*. A. E. MUSSELL & SON, $ UNION PHONE 92 BELL PHONE 53^ ft- ,-./■. raft is the Tea and Coffee Agent who has the "Silver >) Tongue" and can induce people to pay 35c per round A for Coffee when heretofore their limit has. been 15c to q) 25c der pound. They usually offer a cheap premium Q with the Coffee and claim it is free, The extra price, difference the poor Coffee ip their secret o°f It pays useto our v grade Something for Nothing," .WithfrienlVs in Shepherd. ""' The Ladies Aid will meet at the home Mrs. Weir next.Friday. ■ The construction of i|iie city drinking fountains is in progress. Mr. and Mrs, $'. H. - Galliyer to Chicago yesterday to visit relatives. John Mcintosh, of Grand -Rapids, is visitihg his mother, east'of Clare.* Ralph Thompson, of Bay City, is visiting his , daughter, Mrs. A-. T. Stevens, 'If yon want the news written up in readable shape, read This Cotjeier every week. . Alfred Rodwel|f of Cass. Lake, Minn., is here -.looking .after his Sheridan f&fin. "■ _ A. E; Lape.rre has Installed a- fan in his refreshmenti'p^rlors, which is j'propelled,by a''water motor/ The premium list, of the Michigan state fair has been received", The dates are Aug. 29.' to. Sept. 6. 0. H. Sutherland and C. W. Ferry are attending the bankers' convention at Detroit this week. Mr. apd Mrs Sam Norfchey, oE Saginaw have spent several days lately with Clare relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. White are spending the week at Central Lake and other north Miohigan restorts. Miss Louise Bruske Is home from Westchester, Penna., where she has been teaching during the'past year*. Miss Mable Wilson of Grand Forks, N. Dakota was the gueBt' of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wells the first'of the week, Mr. and Mrs. Manley Nixon, of Qedar City, aro visiting the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Denno, of Arthur. Tbe Ladies Union will meet Friday afternoon' with' Mrs, A. Van Brunt. Every member is urged to be present. G. W. Easier left for Chicago and Milwaukee on Sunday to purchase fall and winter goods for his *fur- niture store. .The branch train,' carried a oar- load of witnesses jurors, and litigants to* the county seat on Monj- clay moriitug. ■-■•-;. Mr. and Mrs. Al. Herrick and family are spending, the week with the' former's parents at. Wheeler, Gratiot county. ' • Harry " Schoonover -■ and Tess, Welch have gone to Pailside, Okla., where they hate employment in.* an insane asylum, • _ , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brayman and the latter's sister, MissS Sarah* Lawrence, are visiting relatives ip arid near Olare. Miss Mary Gruber and Mrs. Shepherd, of Shepherd returned to their, home Wednesday after st5eirdfhgfl. few days with Mrs; C.'Bigley. Thieves broke into a car, of flour Sunduy night, consigned to the Milling, Light and Power Co., and carried away a barrel or more. No clue. The attorney general has discovered that the .rout season closes on Aug, 15th instead of Sept. 1st. Local sportsmen, should govern" themselves accordingly. ' A representative of a well known ammunition firm is to be present at next meeting of the Clare Gun Club and give an exhibition, in expert marksmanship. The public is generally invited. John Bauder, of Grant, and Miss Meda Johnson, of Sheridan, were united in marriage on Sunday atthe Platen farm iu VernOri. Rev. J, Mc Donald, ■ pastor"" of the F. M. church, officiating. Communion will be held at the ['Cong'l church next Sunday morning at the regular hour. Evening subject, "How-to make love," The O. E. will be led .by Mrs. D, E. Alward. All are ihvited. V MaCiMoulton, who has been employed a's day man at the target house, has ' been transferred to Owosso, where ho is to be promoted to freight train conductor by the Ann Arbor, His family will remove to tbat city, * ■ Frank Towu has removed his family from Olare to Harrison, where he can give bis_ farming interests closer attention. Word comes from' Idaho that "Curly" or Wm. Dwyer, who' feWn ago. resided at Clare and Lake Station, was recently' sentenced by the federal court of that Btate to p'ay a fine of $1000 and serve 26 months in jail, because- of a conviction for -land frauds. Arrangements, haye beeneoaiplet- ed whereby the 4th street sewer will -hft^xt.nnded.down_--tl.e-_alley__Jn--thfi_l rear of the Doherty-Duncan block. As a sanitary proposition as will as a convenience this decision well b6 hailed with delight by the occupants INTEBESHERHIGHT! Hardly a Score Present at School Meeting. Aj.fi._i Ds\ Sanford Re-elected, - Resolution for Building Addition Adopted. Hatton Citizen Drowned. of the several stores effected A delayed, letter conyeys the intelligence that Mrs. W. L. Lyons, formerly of Olare,. was united in marriage- on June 20th, to H. A» Carr: Mr. and'Mrs. Carr. will reside at 201 Harris St./Saginaw.. The numerous friends of the bride in this city/joins with.* The Courier iu extending congratulations. ' Little Don Waller is having his share oi: misfortunes.* A few weeks ago he fell'from *a fence and fractur- edone bone of his left "fore-arm. On Friday he fell urou the, sidewalk andfracturedboth bones.of jbhe same arm.- With all his troubles the youngster..is^cheerful, -.ahd refuses to be regarded as being1in aby way invalidated for play,' » . ' B. J>\ Cornwell has remoyefl his family and household effects to Flat Rock, where he "has* emploment in a flouring mill, During the years of Mr. Comwell's residence in Olare county he,has surrounded himself with s'cores of friends, who have admired liim for his true worth as a citizen and busidess man. The best wishes of theseiriends go with *Mr, and Mrs. Oornweir to their new home. J. J. Klrby, general passenger agent of the Ann Arbor, was a welcome caller upon The Courier yestesday. Mr.Kirby is spending his time in making the people acquainted with the Sunday school excursion to Frankfort on Friday next, and he promises special care and comfort for* ever\| passenger. His announcement, appears .in this issue. Under his management the passenger business of that rpad has wonderfully grown, and be has made scores of friends along the line. '" ..".." " "Postmaster Isaac Foster, Probate Judge Smith, and Frank Leonard, all of Gladwin, were in town yester-. 4ay. Rumor has it that Gladwin has several .patriots who know exactly how to n^ake a -new constitution lor 'the Estate,- and they cable over to secure permissioh to make the fact known to the Republicans of the 28th district. Of cour.se the gdnial postmaster only came to show his friends the road, care for the horses and look after the menu. Next week the Record will say ^hethoY permission was secured. • ANOTHER PIONEER GONE! The annual'" school meeting for Graut and Vernon fractional district was held at the high school rootn^on Monday evening, aud the attendant's "w"as"_ the smallest in y-jareT^es^ihan-thirty—voters-participating. The aunual report was read and showed ihe balance, on hand previously announced with the' district entirely out of debt. The board recommended raising $30D(rby taxation, $1000 for the teachers' wages fund and the remainder for general purposes. After much discission the $1000 was lopped off and the general fund recommendation adopted. Dr. F. Sanford was reelected without opposition, as The Ootjiuei. predicted. "Some people," who- spoke so alarmingly of the basement odqr- iforoBity and bacteria lurking; la the lower rooms, succeeding in securing, the adoption of a resolution authorizing .the securing of plan's for an addition to the building, "for the purpose of doing away wi-h present basement rooms: This action can hardly be warranted because of the need of more room, as the school census this year shows a material decrease over former years. Upon the. question of poor ventilation and unsanitary conditions a majority of the board is outspoken as to the warrant for entertaining any such a'view, as the conditions in the rooms mentioned have been first-class, and these officers declare tbat having once emerged from debt the present conditions do not justify'rushlng in again. -=._==While endeavoring to navigate a small lake iu north Hatton oh Sunday with a raft the craft parted and Adam Pfanries, aged 45 years, fell into the water and was drowned. Several boys were present but were unable to render assistance. • The body was promptly recovered, A family consisting of a wife and four'children survive. Mr. Pfannes was a highly respected citizen of Hatton. Lost His Home. The residence of Eugeue Keyes, one and one-half miles from Temple, was entirely destroyed by lire last Saturday evening. "The occupants barely escaped with their lives. Among the. articles lost was a violin belonging to Mr. Keyes' father, valued at $100. Celebrated at Rivepsicle^ The farmers of ea'S,t Sheridan celebrated the 4th in & manner which was highly pleasing to all participants. To the number of seventy they gathered at Riverside farir# (previously known as the Wright farm) now owned byJ.H. Seamon, and spent the day in games feasting and dancing. Refreshments w.ere served to all, and those present pronounced tbe event a great success. We have a few more brick at per 1,000, Ol/ABE FU1.NA.OIS" QQ $8.00 Wanted, a young man from the country to learn the tin smith trade. . — Class F ubi*. aoe. Go . Lost—A gold brae elet, between <31_are__and. Stevenson Lake. Reward if returned. Beattri.ce Brown. Cheapest accident insurance—Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Stops the pain and heals the wound. All druggists «H_,_|T..__—.. _-:« _. _ _? . _■___ .; [ BUSINESS CARDS , MODERN WOODMEN Oodar Clump. No. 1368, Olare. Midi., meats Id K. of P. hall on the Slid and 4th Tuesday. of each month. Visiting neighbors alw*yi welcome, - - '--.-- J, S. BlOKKBM,, T. B. EflBX. Olerk . . •» V.O A Turion Greenwood Has Ptae. Charles Peek, Resident of Glare .- .-._. Awau__Af_tep Long Illness, _ Passes Death relieved the suffering of one 0- Clare Comity's pioneers, on Wednesday. Charles Peek passed away at his home In the. first ward at the ripe old age of 85 years. 10 months and four days. The funeral was held at the home this .morning and the remains we're taken to Harrison for interfttent.- The deceased was bord in Eden, Erie Co.,'Sept, Q, 1821. On Sept'lptb, 1852 was united in marriage with Margaret *Boyd. They remove"d to M-ichiga.. in 1870, and since 1882 have been residents of Clare cot»hty. One child and the wife survives;.the former being Mrs. Jos. -Wdrde,ny'6f this city. ' • «• The family has the syrnpatliy of tho community in its hour of sorrow, The Greenwood telephone has been completed, and that progressive township now has direct connection with the outside would, arrangements having been made with the Union company whereby the business is handled through the Harrison central oflic of that company, and the toll from this portion of the county will be the same as is charged to the county, seat. _ Tlie.Greenwood enterprise was perfected by a number of farmers of that township, and sixteen phones already iustalled and as many more ordered. ' The people of the county will find this line a great convenience, as well as will those who have installed the phones. Still Pitching Great Ball. A letter from J. S. -Boss, now at Dent, Idaho, informs. The Courier that "June" has found the original Ike Butter, the Clare county boy who in years gone by pitched such- remarkable ball. He is pitching, for. Tacoma, Wash., and on July 1st he shut out Vancouver, B,C, in twojyames. Butter was a phenomenal pitcher in his youth and his many friends here will be glad toTe"anf~6f"hTs~"Bolitihtted'Sruc- cess'. T. H. MAYNARD Physician and Aocononxn' - Ojtfiob at Residence, Professional calls attended night or day. JAMES A. REEDER PHYSICIAN AND surgeon Glasses Fitted and Work Guaranteed New Office—Fifth* Street Union phone 78 Bell phone 22 Two Doors west of Calkins House ' H E NEELANDS, D D 8 MECHANICAL and operative ' DENTIST ' . Graduate of the Un. versity of Michigan Office in Citizens Bank Block. Phone 59 The Peoples Bank at Harrison Meeting with the Approval of the Citizens: The .Courier has pleasure in. chronicling the signal success made by the Peoples bank at Harrison, since that institution opened on June Isfc^ Seldom does towns the size of Harrison give to such an establishment substantial evidence of their confidence so promptly, bdt in this case there is every reas.ou to believe that the Peoples bank has come to stay, and that by those whoiurnlshed tbe required capital can well be felt that their investment will bring ample returns. Thirty-four stockholders, made up of'business men and .farmers of northern Clare county, have banded- together for the establishment of this bank, and its first months business fdlly justifies their belief that such an enterprise was demanded.' ■. The basfe Is located upon -the principal business corner of the city, occupying its o"svn building, Which has been remodelled and fitted with especial reference to the bank's needs, including- a commodious vault and latest pattern of time lock burglar proof safe. C. R. Giddings, for five years cashier, in the bank of L. Saviers & "Co., is iu charge, and this insures capable management and courteous "treatment to patrons, DR R A GRAY DR F R GRAY Removed to Jackson Block Office. Hours 8 to 12 a in to '8 p tn For-Dynamiting'Fish. < The people of the county will be generally pleased over the fact that fiBh dynamiters have at last been apprehended,, and that the courts have Imposed a severe penalty. On Monday before Justice Aldrich of Harrison, Messrs. Alward Harshiiiaii, of Hamilton, admitted placing and exploding dynamite In the Cedar river, and they paid a fine of $25 each and costs for the offense, further arrests are daily expected. "-"RED CAN" LAW. OunGlub- Score. DENTIST Graduate of the University of Michigan „ AIjIi KINDS 01? DENTAI, WORK.. Office Over TATMAN & MCKEEVER'S. CJlaro Mich. Union Phone 21. IN BAMUSON EVERY TUESDAY DR M A BOWER . VETERINARY BURGEON AND DENTIST Late Horse Surgeon of the Grand Bapids Veterinary College Calls answered day or night. Offioe a& John O'Oallaghan's feed bam , Clare, Mich. Bell'Phone 36 OHAS. STERLING VETERINARY SURGEON AND DENTIST ■Graduate of Ontario Veterinary Collep* Toronto Office at Warren's feed barn Both Phones. [ Glare, Michigan A E MULDER, D D S PRACTIOAI. DENTIST 'No record breaking scores were "made yesterday. Following is the number broken by each member present: Pastorino, Mussell, Alderton, Calkins, Sanford, Eberhart, F. B. Doherty, Canfield, Alderton, Jr. Fred'Doherty, Derby, Masou, 18 17' 13 13 12 11 9 0 4 3 r Graduate oi the University ot Miohigan..... Gold Filling atid'Plate Work a Specialty. Satisfaction Guaranteed, Office in Dunlop Blook. CiiABE, Mich HORSES Al!.a.,GAR?lKG]ES. FOB SAIiE-THE HANDSOME HIGH'S^-, tuelcy hred faiiilly and McGregor [3*.1-..T;, trotting mare, EaVv-> ...v„t.j,„. u ,„,, she is 0 years old, weighs- 1050 pounds, sound and perfect, well trained - - lor ladles' U3e; has great endurance; guar- anteed in every way and can beat 2:20; will only be sold to parties that will Insure her good treatment; liverymen or dealers not treated with; price $150; she cost two years ago $700; sold to close an estate; also an ele,- gunt c.tontlon top surrey, a stylish trap and top buggy; all rubber tired, best oity make and equal to new; a sot of tine surrey and - buggy harness: sold singly for less than hal ( their original cost. Applv .residence. 358 Honoro St. noar Adams, Chicago, Illinois. Howard baldwik. OUT CROP INJURED! Mysterious Disease is Turning the Straw Yellow. Just what is tlie real cause of the condition which obtains in the oats of this vicinity is a question,' but its sure enough tna't tho outlook for a crop is v.ery poor. Either rust or iliseot or some other cause is ruining tne crop, and the cause does not Receptacles for Gasoline a Lurid Hue. Must be of Gasoline cans and all other recep- 'tacles for the explosive fluid must be" painted red. The legislature at its recent sossion passed a law to this effect, and the state oil ..inspector is taking stepa ts notify the oil trade oi! the provisions of the new law and insist Upon its observance. All gasoline cans Of whatever dimensions, used for gasoline, must seem to be agreed upon. At any rate he p&nitad the color that Bill JSfye oats will be a light crop m this Heck ahd George W. Cable painted North Of the woods, - Carolina. THE FIRST DOLLAR!^ Placed in a savings account is an importan VT step in any man's career. It is a good start. * ||' You'll pass many of your fellows-if=-youlive uP ■ JI ■'•* to your start. ' . ;, '. .). Open a savings account with $1.00 or more,—save sysfcemati.;. } cally. You'll win. Deposits of $1.00 and upwards received in the Savings .; Department. . . per cent, on saving deposits. - " Safety Deposit Boxes S2.00 per year. THE ~~ CITIZENS BANK.
|Title||1907-07-12; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, July 12, 1907 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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