1911-04-07; Clare Sentinel
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e-tabliphed 187S. , CLARK MICHIGAN. FRIDAY -MORNING. APKIL 7. 1911. New Serine Vo). 19. No. 21 ■ IK ISABELLA GOUHTY. j;^"... ,,^, ~~, .t i d iKanUliti J. E. Ladd, G3od Vote Out With Usual Ke~!Fre4?rMIUI *m. w. Finch, publican Majorities. j ■ Garfield There was a good vote out in the ; Ur>,Rt co.vr.D cr evTEEVisoRa. K D R ! Frost Cdmor.d Park, county, giving the republican state , Gree:uTOOd ticket about TOO majority. Judge j HainjUon.. Dodd'9 majority In the county _^jlle,tlQn about 6>0, and Cameron's for missioner a little more. \ Lincoln The court bouse bonding proposition was tnowed under for the second time. The amendment relative received a good M. F. Robinson, *U, Emer*o»»» J. E. Bruce, ft D R It orn' j Hayes 'Gideon Morrow, .. Otto A. Pietsch, C. VanConnr.t, K R K * Wesli v M. Cross, R to primary money majority. ISABELLA t<>. SVl'i'.l-VlSOKs. Broom ileld—Wright* Chippewa— Johnson Coe— Walton* Coldwater—St. John Deerfleld —Harrison Denver—Hovey* Fremont—Curtis Gilinore—Pitts* Isabella—Gray Lincoln—Campbell* Nottawa— ScbaetTer* Holland—Scott j Sherman — Dei-.^Iov.-' i Union —Carroll ! Vernon — McConnell* | Wise—Maticr" ! Mt. Pleasant 1st—Chitt.-rton" j 2d — Wardrop j " 3d — Carnaii.m* j Those marked with l *..< arc reelected. ' Of the above supervisors four, tbos? of rreniont. Notlawa, Vernon and Wise are democrat*. The othir fifteen are rep.ublic.-iu-. city of mt. r;.-.:.v-ANT. Mayor, Fred Russell, O. Clerk, H. H. Hunter, it. Treasurer, E. E. Palmer, R. Justice, Wm. Starkweather, I). The republicans elected all ward officers but one constable. . The bonding proposition for S5,000 tor street improvement was carried. ClILMOltK. Supervisor, G. A. Pitts, R. Clerk, E. B. G!a«3. Treasurer, Fred Reugsegger. H. Commr., Wesley Sbtiner. Justice, Ell Fordyce. Review. Herbert Glass. The republican state ticket had lo majority. Judge Dodds bad Itt majority. VKKNOX. Supervisor, James McCounell, D. Clerk, Karl Bsatty. Treasurer, Edward Reakes H. Commr., John Asline. Justice, Samuel Loomis. j Review, fuir*terra, O. B. Thayer. " vacancy, Geo. Stougb. Court house proposition, yes, 50; No, 91. uisi:. Super\isor, Wm. Matier, R. Clerk, ii. W. Menerey. Treasurer, Geo. A. Ander-oa. il. Commr.. Henry Sharp. Justice, full term, E. W. AlU-n. "' vacancy, K. I.. Potter. Review, J. il. Laiisi::„'. The majority against the court hou-e was "-">. :-.\l.r.1.1, v. Supervisor, Thomas Gray, It. Clerk, Charles Gould, Treasurer, Homer Cai.-.pcll. H. Commr., W. M. Wallace. don't lTkeIIareIarbers So Hired Livery to Rosebush for a Shave. >J. II. Merrick, *A. Buttermore, Louis L. Kelley, Redding Sheridan .... Summerticld Surrey Wintf rtleld . Clar- (Mayor) W. L. Adams, •• 1st ward "David Ward, " 2d ward *S. A. Gleason, " 3d ward *J. A. Jackson, Harrison 1st w Ortbo Bcultnn, 2d w *W. H. Browne, 3,1 *v 'J. R- Brown, (* 1 relectcd. Republicans. 16; Democrat*, 6 R R n R D R D R R D RESULTS OF THE ELECTION. State Strongly Republican, But £;.°£ Local Results Are Mixed. WM. L. ADAMS NEW MAYOR OF Clare County Remains In Local Column, But With Reduced Majority. CLARE. Option There was an anu>u«llv large] "Walker crowd,*' whatever spring vote polled Monday through- might mean by that out the Mate. This was due to the ! fact thit circuit judges were to he elected in all circuit^, and to the- they numerous contests over local option, j be seen on Thf republican et^e ticket was elect- ' Wnlker, republican, was elected in LOCAL OI'TION VOTE. 1SC9 Yea No Artbur CO 45 Franklin 15 4 Freeman 33 12 21 12 6.3 41 SO SO 55 is 53 21 SO 21 2ri 23 17 S S7 67 &S Stj is :js 152 31 !i2 22 31 31 112 73 !-3 53 33 13 2 19 20 3 45 17 Id Grant Greenwood Hamilton flatten Hayes Lincoln Redding Sheridan Sumtnertield Surrey Winttr.lcid Clare I Harrison L 1911 Yes No 75 Id *9 32 51 SI 51 *1S 53 FARWELL. Majority, 12 S3 50 ti 775 11 t'3 103 20 IIS 2-J fc.2 52 25 16 36 W2 171 77; Paragraphs Picked Up By Our Farwell Correspondent. Mrs. Garrison ot Loom!? spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. J. J. Saxton. Prof. Northon of the public school* at East Jordan is here visiting old- friends. Mr. Northon has been reengaged for the comirg year, at as. 11 I increase in wages. 57: The Uartleld and Surrey township. SI j Sunday School Convention wh!cl> as held at tbe 51. E. church Friday* 13 -13 SI 39 35 21 71 29 y-2 H'2 20 15 11 S21 (* i Majori'ies only. WILLIAM L. ADAMS. lUVOR-KLKCT OF CLARK. NORTHEASTERN BUREAU, Planning Various Things To Boom Territory. The supervisors of the three wards wer«* reelected, which insures men of experience. Two new face3 will thp citv council. The: ' .. I ed by about 12.'),ivj. ithe tirst ward, A. McKinnon, dt'rr.o- Judge Dodds was reelected over crat in the second, while Geo. Slater, C. W Perry by about I "SCO majority | democrat, was reelected in tbe third, in this circuit, of 'Vhicii Isub.-ill and | The council btucda three republicans Midland ci.unties furnished about i to three detr.. crats, with a republican 1 Treasurer, Frank Myers CO f. .c.h artd Clare county ".'•*>. 'elected on a democratic ticket for H. Commr., Steven Heller The local option vote was s.0 close , mayor. That is about as even a Justice, Ira Richmond, in several counties that recounts will | split as could be made. If the raay- prcb.-ibly be- made in some. Jackson, or keeps his head and remembers and Calhoun counties are reported j that he was elected by men of both "wet'" by about :>3 votes ca.h, and | parties, receiving r.bout the same Gencssee by less than 100. j number of votes frciri each, and la Clare county the vote on state aims at a fair and impartial adminis- oilicers was about normal, showing | tration, there is no reason why the a republican majority of about 700. I city should not keep on with the Asa Aldrich for commissioner re-isamo business-like record it ha3 ceived a little k«s than this, while > made for the past two or three yeara Judge Dodd's majority in the county is about 300. There was quite a falling oft in the local option majority in the county. As will be seen by the table here-', with. Tbe majority Mayor Mulder ! Adams two years agojcierk CITY UK 1st (Ul'.K. Id 3d 12 91 i- P'J tot. ltT Maj. bl At a recent meeting ot the executive committee, it was decided to raise 120,000 for publicity work. It was thought this amount could be raised from the various counties belonging, from the real estate owners and dealers, manufacturing and trade organizations, and the railroads. Each county will be asked to give to give one tenth of a mill on each dollar of valuation, but Jnone less than $200 or mere than £1,000. The Michigan Central, Detroit and Mackinaw and I'ere Marquette it is expected will be the chief contributors among the transportation companies. In [dace of a large exhibit at such places as a lin.i show, as was done la-t year, it was thought better results c^uld be ubtaice i with a traveling show in cities of less than 10,000 population. It is expected the display will remain some little time ia. j r-ar-h town, b.-ing placed in a good | location, lis .showing in ;i car dafs. not j bring the best ri «.«!:«-. I Field Macagcr Jchnston was i::- ; -.trueted to procure ml nature barrels I Ol sugar and have them distributed :.t the Forester convention to be ; held in Toronto, Can., the firs 1 in Mav. was 5CS, while this year it is 171. A few precincts made gams, but nearly all showed a loss. In all precinct3 reporting on the constitutional amendment relative the primary school money, it received a substantial majorities of 3 to 2 and 2 to 1. Reports from the state are slow In coming-, bat the amendment i3 undoubtedly carried. The results in the city of Ciare ar? interesting to study. The state tick-; etshawsa normal vote in this city of 2-0 republicans to 120 democrats, cr almost two to one. But never were party lines on citv and ward offices fo completely ignored. Roth parties bad many split votes, aud most cf these looked as though ;-. stroke cf lightning had zig-zag.;" >! down the ballet from top to botto-', striking i.il th.- nitV'f T.-d clerk "r. oil'.' 111 ■ k« t. l-.'.pin;; across to. edit' i the treasurer and justice on the other, and in some cases going ti< he in the the •ft COMING F.Yi'NIS. After his tuilurc yesterdt) to ■..*- cure bondsmen, John Roilabaugh . remained in tbe custody of the : sheriff awaiting the train for Harri-i son. They took supper at the Cen- j tral House, and Rodabaugh being! a small eater llnisht-d the repii-i a I moment sooner than our genial sheriff and sauntered out into the hotel j otllce in an innocent sort of way. j When Mr. Sundav came out there j was an entire and complete absence i of tho man ht expected to ses there. | Taking a bee line for Leffingwell'a j livery, Rodabaugh had hired a rig! and hied away for Rosebush. As he secured a tlrst c)a?s shave there, entirely removing that glossy black mustache, it seems probable that was his errand there. However, Sheriff Sunday ar.d L'nder Sheriff Doherty feared be might delay com- T.ida lors. Ladies Aid at e:-urch p;r- April lu. Meeting of board of supervisors to canvass local option vote. April 12, Easter iary. supper by Auxil- Apr. 12, Guild with Mrs. Shipway. Apr. 11, Union at church parlors. Apr. H, Ladies Aid with Mrs. Smith. • O. For the best line of Hardware, Geo. L. Frank & Hon, Doherty Block. Again Arrested. John Rodabaugh was again arrested >esterday for Violation of the Lo- iii2 back, eo they, too, went to Rose-leal Option law. He plead guilty to through the ..ar.! «ame way. This is the way look* .1 ?f;er the only being siiov.n: Kepuhlican Muldr.- Tatrr.au Ste\<-ns lot. Thurston t.i This was evidently no "freak"' stroke of political lightning. There was method in it. There was a weli defined and ueiiberate plan to down evcrv man who hail been prominently connected or associated with the anti-saloon crusade. While this Mnvor, Clerk, Treas., Justice, citv ticki innjoritk Democratic Allan, s si Rogers, 27 Dunlop Klden Tatman Rogers Treasurer Stevens Dunlop Justice Thurston Klden Supervisor Lamont Ward Alder nun Wal ,er Smulley Constable J. Adams Rcss Supers :sor Glea-on J inn:ngs Alderman P. Get-ck McKinnon < "or.stable D-.vy er V ii'ley 39 IS T9 91 109 J>1 1C3 65 5c> 7b S3 SO 19 161 191— 27 231— 106 125 •2-29 — 136 93 AliTl'.l K. Vote not obtainable. The following were elected, ail being repubii- ci.ns i \cept treasurer and highway commissioner. Mipervlsor, J. T. Myers. Clerk, J, C. Newman. Review, Ira Davis. Th* HATTUN contest was close on supervisor, treasurer and highway commissioner. For the last named office W. If. Cunningham *on o\er .the republican candidate by a single vote. Supervisor, Kdw. C. Van Conant 15, Gordon 11. Clerk, Satison 61, (unopposed.) Treasurer, John Hudson 41, John Fhannes 10. II. Commr., Green 12, Cunningham 43. Justice, Trunible 5S, Monday 23. Review, Dnrfee 59, Mills 23. The rftate ticket was 57 republican to lSdemocratic. Dodds 43, Perry 33. F!K*T WARD. .5.1 2-i -J ON.') WAS — 15 SHERIDAN. The chief contest was for supervisor, but J. R. Herrick returns. Supervisor, Herrick 100, Wm. Teal 90. Clerk, M. J. Hutchison 113, Miller 16. Treasurer, Slater 116, Grigg 43. II, Commr., C. Davis 119, Saanders 6S. Justice, Langin 13-5, McKenzie 52. *1 rami; ivakh Supervisor *V. S. Cooley !j .1. .-'». Jackson --1 Aiderman L. M. Shumway ~>2 Geo. Mater Tfi Constable Hoary Kratz 7j W. J. Htila.v s 57 < I KANT. Figures are not available except fcr majori'ies. The whole republican ticket was elected. Supervisor, Richard Kmerson, R. Clerk. D. Mater. Treasurer. W. H. Virtu". H. Commr., Alex McNeil. Justice, full term, J. R. Johnson, .lyrs., Nels Tieden-an. 2 yrs., A. I). Hampton. 1 \ r., Wesley Glass. Review, Julius SchaetTer. The proposition to build a mile of state reward road between sections 27 and 2s was defeated. I'erry for judge ran 20 anead his state ticket. -21 — 1 i of r l.KKMAN. Only one ticket, shows on the surface in the tirst two | Supervisor, M. W. Finch, ollices, it is no less true in the third ] clerk, O. L. Carpenter, and fourth. Those who watched the j Treasurer, Oscar Helling, counting of lbs votes noted that u. Commissioner, C. H. Metealf. LINCOLN. Union ticket only. Supervisor, Otto A. Pietsch. Clerk, Anson H. Sheldon, j Treasurer, W. A. Thomas i II. Commissioner, Wm. Kube. Justice, 3 \rs., C. D. Smalley. 2 yrs., Wm. Kube. " 1 yr., Ralph Gowles. was well attended and a fine program given. The Hon. S. A. Dean. of Saginaw gave a temperance speech* In the evening, which was enjoyed. Miss Kate Mc Leod Is tbe new clerk at tht post office. Percy Saxton of the Mt. Pleasant Normal Sundayed with his parents. The M. E. Aid society will serve a 10c supper at tbe Ladies Library Friday evening. The CongT Ladira Aid society- meets with Mrs. J. J. Saxton. Mrs. F. E. Oliver who has been visiting her parents at Remus returned home Saturday. Missi Lulu Newton, principal of. ■ our public school, is spending her- vacation with her parents at Ypsilanti. Mrs. W. Kveril and little son ot M.-iiiist>e are guests of her sister, Mrs. John Powell this week. Miss Mammie Wallace who has* been visiting her sister, "Irs. J. B. Harris, returned to her home at Bad Axe Saturday. Miss Winifred Palmer who is teaching school at Grayling is spending her vacation at her home here. Mrs. Delia Bracy and daughter of Harrison were seen on oar 6treets Friday. Mrs. Rama Cour called in Farwell Monday. L. Presley and family of Clar© were called here by the death of hia mother, Mrs. R- Mead, Thursday. Prof. Adams of the Alma college preached In the Cong'l church Sunday morning. Mrs. E. Hinds went to Alma Thursday. W. C. Fuller made a business trip* to Lake Monday. Mi-s Irene Rodrick returned to Ypsilati Saturday, after spending hex- vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Linda Clark. Henry Tryon, Jr., of Lake was ira town between trains Tuesday. George Ritchie of Cadillac visited relatives here this week. Our school closed Friday for a week's vacation. The Detroit Creamery Co. havc- started a way station here, in the old Kelley building, under the efficient | management of Wm. McGlone. I C. K. Granger has moved into thr- j Alt. Richmond house. ! The Farwell Womans' Club met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. J. W. Reed. After tbe usual roll call the following papers were read: Surface and Climate of Michigan, Mrs- Harris; Farm and Fruit Products, Mrs Marsh; Forests of Michigan, J. E. Day. Visitors present, Mrs. II, Grimm, Mrs. A. tl. Kidd and Mrs. >humway. Refreshments werrs served. Mrs. Richard Mead. bush, and about 11 p. m. Mr. Rodabaugh was again a guest at the Central House. Today he wiil become a t.'-mporary resident of Harrison. Easter Dinner. the charge and will be held to the circuit courtifor sentence. Perhaps this is only tbe neginnlng. Good Kas^r Dinner at "Tho Calkins," price 50c a plate. Leave orders at office. Read the City Clerk's report, p. 3. Most complete lin.i of buggies ever seen in Ciare County at Geo. L. Frank & Son, Doherty Block. Spray your apple trees before too late with Lime-Sulphur Solution. Get it at Tatman & McKeever's. Made by Sherwin-Williams. there was practically no Cutting on treasurer, but that each candidatere- ceived about the normal partv vote. Neither man had been prominent in the local option fight, which emphasises the fact that it was not an anti- republican day. In the case of tho justice, while the figures look like the normal vote, there was in fact a great deal of cutting. Dozens of republicans voted for the democratic candidate for jastice, but these were faily olf-set by the democrats who cut him for the republican candidate. In other words, Monday's city eiection ignored efficient service and party lines, but was a "wet" and "dry" tight, pure and simple. Or, to be more accurate, it was a fight against the leaders of the local option cause. The fact that local option had an adverse majority in the city of 40, while Mr. Mulder for mayor lost by SI, seems to bear out the statement of many that they did cot caro so much about local option, bat that they wanted to "get" the il. Overseer, S.tmuel Baker. Justice, full term, W. C. Hickock. vacancy, Tfcos. I'. Barlow. Review, Gaines Finch. " vacancy, Thos. Cook. The proposition to raise 1300 toward the construction of a town ball carried. On the general state ticket the republicans had 20 to the democrats 9. Dodds received 12 and Perry Is. sfKRKV. The regular republican ticket was opposed by a Uulon ticket headed by thct present supervisor. The main fight was oa supervisor and justice Supervisor, Kelley 100, McGoogan ss. Clerk, Lamb 113, Shumway 36. Treasurer, Finch 121, Sauborn H. Commr., Cbas. Clark 127 Overton 36. Justice, Walt 05, Coors S7. Review, John McAuinch 13-3, C. Fuller 17. Wise Farmers' Club. 13. A. W. Wise Farmers' Club will be hold at the home of James Hersey, Tuesday, April 11th. The following is the program. Song by Club. Prayer by Chaplain. IIINSKR. Solo, Lucius Converse. Welcome, James Hersey. Reapcnse, Frank Wahl. Paper, The Country Boy's Chance. Mrs. Charles Church. Select Reading, Mrs. L. E. Mcintosh. A Prophecy, James Seeley. Rsception committee, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lampbere. Table Committee, Mesdames Blanche Lansing, Clyde Allen, Fred Lara- phere. Oliver Day. On Saturday April Sth will be Oliver Day. Come and see what we have to give you at "our store all day Saturday. Gardner & Allen. 20-2. Old papers for sale at this- office. (Kr-iui !'arw.-ll Corre>ii'ir.'lcct.l Mrs. Richard Mead was found dee*i in bed on Thursday morning. Not arising at the usual hoar, Aaron Irwin who does chores for the agedi couple went into the room to ascertain the cause and found her lying; upon her face, dead. The coronor rendered a decision of death from natural causes Dr- Lamb having attended her io her- recent illness of pneumonia ascribed. the cause of death to heart faiSwe-. Mrs. Mead was formerly Mra. F.~ W. Presley. She leavea two living: sons, Joseph Presley of Herrick and Louis Presley of this village, besido- ber aged husband with whom sbe> was united in marriage is Sept. 1910. and who is In very poor beaJih. Ho has the sympathy of all in hia bereavement. Auction Sale- At Citizens Bank Corner. Saturday April 8, 2 p. m.: 2 ainLngtabies, 3 bed room suites, range, 4 dining: chairs, 9 rocking chairs, 1 stnail tables, garden cultivator aud &o«e, refrigerator, 2 lawn moweA, heater- and stoves, 5 bed steads,2 taberett*«„ book case, 4 lamps, crocks, fruit canst etc. P. A. Bennett.
|Title||1911-04-07; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, April 07, 1911 issue of the Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1896. Previously known as Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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