1907-08-30; Clare Courier
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WK&T&.x&'&ypiw'fr!"'"" ^^i^^m^^rm^m^^',i::^^w1^^^^^ ■Tw*m**wm®]mxmm®*.»~iM .., ji <, % .; v- ..,, Vol. X..I. > .CLARE, MICH., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30,1907, No. 12 r and c / Op.rl.neof drugs and medicines are the most complete in the city. The method we use in purchas; ing these goods insures us against competition. Filling Prescriptions "4 t i \ y. ax *_». Iaan important branh of our business. It requires^ rcare, attention, and specific knowledge, of modern^ pharmacy. We do not hesitate to claim possession of ji these fortifications* and we can safely and honestly ^ .assure you the best possible service. , -.■ ..." ^ We have a system of recording, and oliecking, which' absolutely prevents mistakes' VVe only use the best goods in filling all prescriptions a point which should seriously interest you if you have a regard1 "for < your life, which might be snuffed out in a jiffy by a prescription wrongly filled. " . * T We'll put our prices on the block with any, where "J •quality is given a consideration. If you try us once, T you'll-Oome back the next time you want a prescrip- ▼ tion filled with care and dispatch. ' ' : We have just received a.'new line of Phonographs and Records. Call and see work for yourself. Central Drug Storey A. E. MVSSELL & SON, UNION PHONE 92 CLARE K BELL PHONE 53 £ &,% <%%%%%%%% 'W%'%%%^%^ %% %%%%%%%%%v%^%%%% •5 a____P___H__D ______________________ _■_■____________ MM TELE. I. heasedJ COST OF LIVING 4# Vi- * "J^. S"^ °p)|*?- •_ ^ The man who lives on a salary and who has to glance back over any considerable period of time in order to make a date at which that salary took into itself additions is in these days caiied on to face conditions which are to the individual often little less than tragic. Prosperous time socli as those now upon us generally bring with them more or less heedle'ss expenditures. The man whose income has kept pace with the progress ofthe times is perhaps very little conserned in this, but to the man who gets a salary instead of wages it often means that his wife is forced to bring to tbe problem produced by increased prices a very high class of hous6:keepmg ability. We will help you in your efforts to economize by .our purchases in the wholesale markets. „ .* ' ' i Nice, White, Light Delicious Bread from Rock Island flour 70c a Sack. The Mason Fruit Jars in Pints Quarts and half-gallon^ ■ ' '. Jelly Glasses* at Reasonable Prices. " '' ■ S Received a shipment of 35c and 50c Teas W STATE FAIRS BANNER AT- Gigantic' Outdoor Spectacle Magnificent Fireworks/ * "Desiring* the very'best amusement enterprise seourable, the state fair management did not hesitate at tbe enormous .expense involved in securing the great outdood spectacle Pain's ."Sryptipn of Mt. Vesuvius," for nightly presentation, commencing August 31 and closing Saturday n.ight, September ,7th; It is hard to' over-estimate the beauties and thrilling realism of this stupendous historical production, and none, hfho has witnessed former productions of the London- New York fire works king will willingly miss seeing this crowning achievement of his genius. Acres of wonderfully realistic buildings and temples and outdoor -.Sceneries portray the beautiful city of Naples- nestled ' at the foot of . frowning Vesuvius', On-the-enormous out- floor stage'hundreds'of gaily bedecked perfoi.r_.ers participate in the festivities attending the visit of the 'Italian king and queen. The royal troops and scores of acrobats, athletes, clowns, specialties and musicians contribute to the occasion's gaieties. 'As evening comes the mim'ip city is gorgeously lighted, and prooes^ionp, beautiful ballets and a festival.of lanterns occur, The climax comes when/with a terrific rumble arid roar, Vesuvius belchjes forth a cloud of flame, and rivers of living fire pour down the mountain-tain, dispersing the terrified populace and puickly reducing to ruins the erst-*' whiler fair city. Following <ihis never-to be-forgotten scene, a gigantic fire-works program is nightiy given, aiotie worth going far to see. AN OLD RESIDENT GONE. Mrs, .Anna Gatherina Kaercher Succumbs to Heart Trouble alter a >Short Illness. Gun Club Score. Coffees at 15c 20c 25c 30c and 35c -_ . — __. mr \av \mr \_s_r IsrVisr W^sar far ' «_» The following Is the score of the shoot of Wednesday, August 28th: Gray, *~ 21 Mussell, 18 Pastorino, 17 Grieser, 14 Mason, 13 High, It Doherty, 0 Alderton, ± ' The following is the shoot of Olare, Farwell, and Harrison held at tbe latter place Wednesday, 21st: Hostiller, " 21 Eeeder, 15 Pastorino, 34 Alderton. li Updegraff, Allen, Iiinsea, Mussell, Hughes, Updegraff, High, Gray, Caufiejd, Hutchinson, Mason', Grieser, Fuller, Benson, 13 31 10 9 9 9 8 8 8 7 0. 5 5 .5 Mrs. Anna Jones-Smith. A't her home in Detroit last Friday Anna, wife of Wm. "B. Smith, died after a short illness at the age of 21 years 11 months. The remains were brought to the home of her brother, D, Ward, Saturday morning and the flineral was held at 10:00 a. m. Sunday, conducted by Rev. J. H. Lowe,-of Midland and the remains interred in Cherry Grove. The deceased was a highly estem- ed Vernon girl having spent the most of her life there. Besides a husband she leaves a father, mother, one brother and three sisters-to mouru their loss. Chas. Jones, of Mt. Pleasant; Mrs. G. Eowe, of Barryton; D. Ward, oJf- Clare; Mrs. D. Belding, of Grand Bapids; Mrs, Chas.. Fisher, of Edmore.and;Mrs.'F. Grant, of Detroit, respectively;,, . . The bereaved family have the sympathy of the community. Card of Thanks. After an illiness of but four days Mrs, Anna < Gatherina - Kaercher passed from this life last Friday at the age of 71 years and 10 months. The funeral was held,, Sunday at 2:00 p.-m. from the Baptist church, conducted by Bev. J. H. Lowe, of Midland, and the remains interred in Cherry Grove. Anna Gatherina Graft was born in Leinfield,. Wertiemberg, Germany, October 28, 1835. When at the age of 14, years she joined the German Lutheran church and in 1860 she was united in marriage to John George Kaeraher of the same place. In 1869 they iraigrateji to"5" this, country settling first in Ohio and later moving to Washtenaw county, Michigan. . • " In 1883 they came to Glare where she has since resided. To this unibn were born five childern, four of whom survive: Mrs. Frank Parish, Mrs.' Chris Ehrhart, Mrs. Geo. Valley ahd-Mrs, Ed, Barber all residing in Clare, * ' The OotJBXEB joins the many friends in extending sympathy to the sorrying family. , Farmers' Glut) Meeting. The following is the program of the Wise Farmers'Club to be held at the home of Jftr, and Mrs. L. E. Davy Tuesday, September 10th: Song, Club. Address of "Welcome, L.'E. Besponse C. 'H. Sutherland. DINNER Violin Solo, Dr. J. A. Reeder. Address, A. J. Lacy. Discussion, "What can we do to further the interest of the' club," Walter^White, Jas. Hersey, A. C. Stoy and Bev. Maxwell. Ladies Discussion, "The Flower Garden, influence on domestic hap- peness, Mrs. A. J. Doherty, Mrs. S. J. McJameS, Mrs. P. M. Loomis and Mrs. J. H. Wilson. Beception Com: Jttrs. Philip Van Qpuant, Mrs. Alva Sorvis and Mrs. Jas. Seely. Table Com: Mrs. Fred Phillips, Mrs. Witt. Jennings, Mrs. N. F. Geeck, Mrs. O; H. Sutherland and Miss Seeley. Dedioation ol Leota IB. E Church. Work is being pushed on the Church and sehoolhouse at Leota Mich. The building is sheeted and Supervisor Bond is foreman of the men who are putting on the roof. Bev. C. D. Petersban bas general charge of the carpenter work. He has proven himself a swift. workman and a capable leader. The church di to be dedicated next Wednesday evening. Bev. N. L. Bray of Big Bapids, and Bev. (3-.W. Maxwell, of Clare apd others offieiation. Daniel J. Field. Last Friday at the home of his daughter, in Gilmore occured the death of Daniel J. Field atthe age of sixty-five. The^funeral was conducted by Bev, G. A. Pitts from the Gilmore Baptist church. The decease is survived by four childern: Joseph and Richard Field, Mrs, Anna Squires, and Mrs. Bertha Griffin. Picnics of the Week. We wish to express bur thanks to our friends and neighbors for ,J;he many kindnesses'shown us during the death of. our late daughter and sister, A aria, ,atid especially Mrs. Saxton, Mnu.Edwnrd Do Potty and singers, who «o kindly assisted. MRS. JON.B-B D. Wabot^ Methodist. Wednesday, August* 28th, at Stevenson lake. Parish, Wednesday, August 28th at Hatflelds Grove. Congregational, Friday, August 30th at Stevenson lake. Gleaner, Friday, August 30th at Stevenson lake. For Sale. fl_^$S«$£S$4««^^r^9$«^«^ LOCAL .AX Oue Perkins wind mill 35 foot tower, 10 foot wheel all in good obn- dindition. G. L.Lise. 12t 3 Card of Thanks. For the many kindnesses extended us by our friends and neighbors in our late bereavement, wo wish to extend our heartfelt thanks. MB. AN-JBfKS.'GiSO. VALLEY E. D. TJinsea, of Farwell was in town yesterday. Geo. Vandebogert, of Farwell, vras in Care yesterday. Mrs. W, E. Hilburn to Eaton Go. Monday to visit her parents. Chas. Adams, of Farwell, was in tho city on business Tuesday. Mrs. B. A. Carr, of Arthur, to Cadillac Saturday to yisit friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bauder spent last week with relatives in Saginaw, C. E. Beldin and Jas. Shorey of Farwell, were Olare visitors Tuesday Dr. Harry" Gray left Tuesday for Menoninee, where' he expects to locate. . ■ ' . ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wott, "of Coleman, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Baker this week. Mrs. L. Himelhock, of Toledo, O., is visiting at the home of her uncle, W. Wolsey, this. week. Henry Wilson, for years a Clare •resident, died from typhoid fever at Gouneaut, Ohio, last Friday, Susie'Brown'retui'Hecl to, her home in Farwell Monday ■ after spending a few days with friends here. Mrs. A. E, LaPierre went to Detroit the first of the week, ^called hense by the death of a cousin. Mrs. L, N. Shumway returned Wednesday from a two weeks, Visit with her mother at La Grange, Ind. Mrs. and Mrs. B. N. Maley, who have been visiting at the home of the latter's parents,-^Or. the past week. . ;". \ , Mr. andMrs. A.O'Boyle, of Alma, visited last week at the home of the latter's Bister, Mrs. '''3 iii, O'Grady, Mrs. Hugh Winter and Mrs. Mfd- dleton of Farwell visited at the home' of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bitter last week, 0 . A special meeting of the O. E. S. will be held Sept. 13th. for the purpose of the election aud instalation of officers. MrSjF. G. Patrick, of Ovid, is visiting at .the homes of her brother and sister, U. H. Patrick and Mrs. B. S. Lewis. , Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Duncan, are spending a few weeks taking in the State Fair and camping on the fiats near Detroit. Clarence Sanford, of Sheridan, went to Mt. Pleasant Monday where he will visit his brother, H. A. Sanford, for a few days. Mrs. C. H, Carpenter returned to her home in Bhinlander, Wis., after visiting friends ahd relatives here for tlie past two weeks. " Mr.^and Mis. Ira Tubbs returned to their home at Gilead, Monday after visiting a week with friends and relatives in and near Olare. Mrs, Jas. Johnson returned to her home in Bast Tawas Wednesday after visiting a week at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lester Browri.^ P. McGrath, of Bay City, visited over Sunday at the home of his cousin, Jas. O'Grady. This is the first time they have met iu twenty years. Budolph. Schaefler, left Thursday for Columbus, O,, where he has accepted a position as teacher of- Manual Trainingin the.city schools at a salary-of $100 por month-. - - J. E. Foss has decided.to build a two story brick or cement building on his lot on Main street-and has commeuced clearing away the debris of the recent fire. Mrs. J. E. Ladd left this week for Detroit, and other points, to. study the leading-styles in millinery. She will also engage the services of a first class trimmer, and purchase stock for fall trade. - Mrs. Elmer Holmes, whohas been visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stephens, returned to her home in La Peer Monday. She. was acconlpiained by her sisters, Mrs. Fred Harris and Miss Myrtle, who ^vill visit her a w«ek before returning. "Something for everyone to do" will be the -subject of sermon by. Bev. J. Grinneil at the TJpptist church next Sunday morning, at 10 30. Sabbeth school at noon. The. subject for the evening service Will be "What soperatgs inen from Godj and causes him to hide his face, and withhold his "Salvatien.";' Com* menoe at 7:30. All heartily invited, Prayer meeting on Thursday night at 7:30 * lc>ocxx>aoocxDco<_x_ro^ FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH § CHAS. P. SHAW, Part-l*. "■» ' . p Sunday Services; io;3& a, ra. Sermon ' 12:00 Noon Sunday Schot-I 6:4s p. m, Chrlctlcn Endeavor 7:45 Sermon Subjects for next Sunday: Morning, "Profit.' Loss." ■ Evening, "First. Last." Solos, Mrs. G. B. Wells. •fKXXX_X_XXXXXX_X_X->0^ Violin Solos, Dr. Boeder. ^Monday, Sept. 2nd is Labor day. Kirk Sutherland to Detroit Thursday. Leo Lowe, of Midland, spent Sunday with Clare friends. Miss Emma La Pierre has entered the employ of Davy & Co. Misjs Reva Marietfc, of Mf- Pleasant, is guest of Miss Pauline Wyman, \Miss F. Gormev of Barryton was guest of Mj. and Mrs. M. E. Whitney yesterday. A concert and social will be held at Dover, Tuesday,- Sept. 3rd. Everybody invited. , Mrs. H. B. Wells and daughter, Iyp, are spending a week at their cottage at Lake George. Mrs'. T. J. Martin of Alerandria, Ind., visited,. the first of the week with her sister Mrs, A. E. Mussell. Miss Anna Empy went to Mt.Pleas- anfc Wednesday- where she will visit friends and relatives for a few days. Miss Dena Hanson, of Washington, I). C., was guest of Miss Winnie McPhall the first of tbe week. Mrs. G. O. Brien and son, Austin, df West Bay 'City is visiting *at the home ojt Mr., and. Mrs. Geo. Valley. -..', ...-'.*. Jas. Tatman and daughter, Miss Alina, leaves today for Wabash, Ind. where they will attend a family reunion. ,, John A. Jackson and daughter, Miss Ethel left Thursday for Detroit where they will participate in the State Fair. . The Ladies Aid society will meet next week Friday at the church parlors. All members, are requisted to be present. Mrs. H. Horning is confined to her bpd this week with tonsalitqs, Her sister, Mrs. Jacobs, of Marion Is caring for her. Mrs. and Mrs. T. E. Brown and childern, of Duquesne, Ark., visited the former's bfother, J. B. Brown, the first of the week. Tha annual business .meeting of of the St. Cecilia society will be held at tbe home of Miss Kats Boyle, on west Seventh Street. Fob Sale—At Lake George. 150 acres good land, orchard 200 tree's peach, apple and pear. Bight prices. Inquire of Jas. 'Duncan, Clare, or J. B. Borst, Lake George, 8tf Aboiit 20 of the lady friends of Miss Josle Cour gave her a miscellaneous shower on Tuesday evening. Ice creatn and cake' was served. Presents were numerous. 1 The $200 "Hoss" race between "Binkey Ben" owned by C. B. Lloyd, of Clare and drove^by B. C. Wardrope, of Mt. Pleasant, and "Bidpath" owned by Leonard McNeil and drove by W." A.""yanVleet," of this city resulted in three straight'heats for the later. There was a good attendance at tho Cradle Boll service at the Baptist church last Sunday morning, presided over by Bev. J. Grinneil, who gave an address \o parents- The program included singing by th& Sunday school choir, welcome piece by Hazel Beechatn,- report by Mrs. Lister, superintendent of the Cradle Boll department; Becitation by Mrs. Grinneil, solo by Mias Gladys Smith, presentation of certificates. BUSINESS CARDS MODERN WOODMEN . Oedar Camp. No. 1368, Olare. Mloli., meets In K. of P. hall ou the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month, Visiting neighbors alway s welcome. J. S, BlOKNXI-I., Clerk T. B. ffiBO. V.0 T. H. MAYNARD PHYSICIAN Air? ACCOj-rOHXR Omoi ax Bbsissnok, Professional calls attended night or day, JAMES A. REEDER PHTSIOIAN AND BURGEON Glasses Fitted and Work Guaranteed NKW 0_wib-B-B,lftb Street Union phone 78 Bell phone 22 Two Poors west of Oallcins House H E NEELANDS, D D 8 MEOHATOOAXi anb ofkbativs -DENTIST Graduate of the University of Miohigan Office in Citizens Bank'Block. Phone 59 DBBA GBAY DBPBGBAY Kemoved to Jaokson Block Office Hours 8 to 12 a m 1 to 8 p m BOBEBT McCANN DENTIST Graduate of the University of Miohigan Aili KINDS OJT DENTAl- WOBK. Office over .TATMAN & MCKEEVER'S Olare M_loh. Union Phone 21, IN HABItlBON EVERT Xn_.B-.AT DB M A BOWEB . VE5?EBlHi_BX BtlBGEON AST) _OKNTI8T Late Horse Surgeon of the Grand Sapid Veterinary College Galls answered day or night. Office ac John O'Callaghon's feed barn Clare, Mioh. Bell 'Phone 86 OHAS, STEBLING VETKBINABV 8UBGBON AND DHHT-S_- Graduate of Ontario Veterinary Colles** Toronto Office at Warren's feed bam Both Phones. . Glare, Michigan AEMtJLDEB, DD8 KBACTIOAIJ DENTIST Graduate of the Univeralty ot Michigan Gold Filling and Plate Work a Specialty Satisfaction Guaranteed. Office in Dunlop Block, Chabb, Mioh J_LV_>U-.--»_l iir.j FOR SALE-THE HANDSOME HIGH KEN- tucky bred family aud trotting mare. Bay. McGregor L-!I-KT? she is 8 years old, weighs 1050 pounds, sound and perMot. well trained for ladies' use; has great endurance: guaranteed in every way and (Jan beat 3:20; will only be sold to parties that will insure her good treatment: liverymen or dealers not treated with; price flBOj she cost two years ago $700; sold to close an estate; also an elegant extention top surrey, a stylish trap-and top buggy; all rubber tired, best oity make and equal to new; a set of fine surrey and buggy harness: sold singly for less than half thoir original cost, Applv resldenee. 153 Honore St. near Adams, Chicago, Illinois.. Howard Bai-bwik. THE CITIZENS BANK. Do Not Delay Your Day of Opportunity Start a savings 'account, now you will, be able to sieae a good investment when it does oome.' Small sums saved regularly grow into hundreds. Your savings with this bank earn your per cent interest,all of-the time. We invite small accounts as well as large. We invite your account. .< i.' —— ,, ....... ,_ „.t., ,.^., „ ,„,....„„_,.„„ ^, >..-__..—____■ , . M ■.,_,_—,„..'■ - i i ■■., .__.— ■■.,,,■._..__■_» Deposits of $1.00 and. upwards received iii the Savings Pepar .merit. '. . , per Uent. on saving deposits. Safety Deposit Boxes $2.00 per year. 4. * '■$ _-___,-._... _2-„.
|Title||1907-08-30; Clare Courier|
|Publisher||A. R. Canfield|
|Description||Friday, August 30, 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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