1899-12-29; Clare Sentinel
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j*waw .m^0smw^„uimmimmmwvmmm- JSf' fit'/- Its Ir^, ^ ij iu. I I ll I a i5 P ■.r ■f Vn SfetablUhed 1878. CLARE, MIOH., FRIDAY,'"'DECEMBER 29, 1899. New Series: Vol. 8, No. 5,- Mew Advertisements.- Davy & Co.* dry goods, clothing. Mix & Lee, Cyclone. Baumgarth Bros., dry goods. Holbrook's department store. A, J. Lacy to Harrison Tuesday. R, _L Mussell to Harrison Tuesday, Mrs. Silas Orepar Is quite ill tbis morning. John Ritchie of Farwell was in Olare Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mooney were in Saginaw Friday. Good house on Fourth street to rent. Inquire at this office. tf. Dr. Taylor-Goodman of Saginaw was in the citv tbis week. . Albert Lasher of Temple arriyed in tbe city this morning. Supervisors T. S. Dorsey and Ace Bump to Harrison Tuesday. W, L. Lyons of Templespent Christmas with his family in Olare. Mr. and Mrs. John McKinnon are visiting relatiyes in St. Johns. T. B. Hirt of Broone spent Christmas with his family in tbe city. John Becker of Durand visited his parents and friends in Clare this week. The board of supervisors met at Harrison Tuesday for a short session. James Roxburg, witb Davy & Co., spent Christmas at his home in Reed Oity. Henry Grover and wife left yesterday for a visit with Canadain relatives. Ed. Whitney ate bis Christmas dinner with relatives at his old bome in Itbaoa. M. O. Austin was down from Lake and ate Christmas turkey witb his family. Fred and Joe Irwin o'f Saginaw spent Christmas with relatives and friends in Olare. Ed. Sexsmitb returned from Fondu- lac Wednesday aften a two months' absence. Burt Duryee, sister and family spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Boner. Henry Groyer, wbo is working at Manton, was at home with bis family Christmas. B. F. Cornwell to Farwell,, Wednesday, returning Thursday, accompanied by hi 3 family. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hodgins of Cadillac visited friends In Olare and vicinity tbis week. F. E. Doherty spent Christmas at Evart, guest at the home of' Miss Muriel Knowles. George Morden came home from Big Eapids last Friday and will return in the dear future. D. Carmichael of Alma college was in Clare tbis week, guest of Rev. and Mra A. 0. Barclay. E. W. Brown of Farwell to Harrison Tuesday via Clare, to sit with the board of supervisors, F. B. McOJellan of Sheridan is in Milan for a visit wibh relatives having gone thence Saturday. Mr. and Mrs, John Wil3on and children spent Christmas with her parents in Big Rapids. Miss Sadie Rows or Harrletta is in the city, guest at tbe bome of her friend Miss Emma Hirt. Miss Louise Bruske of the Saginaw corps of teachers is spending her vacation at her home In Clare. Miss Elizabeth Kaye of Ludington was visiting Jn tbe city this week, .guest of Mrs. A. E. Mack. George Bowen, employed north of Harrison, spent bis holiday vacation Jn Clare and Mt. Pleasant. E. J. Langworthy and daughter, Etba, are spending the Holidays witb relatives in Milan and Olivet. Mr. and Mrs, Rob. Thompson spent Christmas at the bome of Mr. and James Brown in Coleman. Tbere will doubtless be a large attendance at the K. of P. dancing party at the opera house tonight. Mrs, W. J. Bauder aad daughter, Beatrice, left Monday for a visit with relatives in Wallaceburg, Ontario. Mr. and Mrs. David Olark and sons _pe_fc Sunday in Hart, guests at tbe home of Rev. and Mrs. A. H. Coors. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Black and family of Farwell ate Christmas turkey' with Mr, and Mrs, W. L. Lyons. R. G. Jefferies, who is employed on the St. Johns Republican, is spending fie Holidays at his home In the city, Mrs. Val Empey of Sheridan is very iU of typhoid fever at tbis writing, Little hope Is entertained ot her recovery, Mr. Ernest Reagh of Cass City, arriyed in the city Monday and ls guest at the bame of his cousin, Miss Louie Louch, Mrs, Joseph Presley of Clarence was In Clare Christmas visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George BeDner. Mrs. Daniel G. Livingston of Charlevoix is spending the Holidays witb her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lang, in Sheridan. Miss Emma Ramey of Detroit Is spending the Holidays at tbe home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam'l Ramey, in Vernon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Malloy of Tbadfoid, Ontario, visisfced at tbe bome of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lyons during tbe Holidays. Albert Neil of tbe firm of Neil & McClelland of Hrrrletta, was in Olare Christmas, guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Lyons. C. H. Olark of TeniDle spent Christmas with his family in the city. His son, Clifford, of Clarence was also at home during tbe Holidays. Farmers, save your turkey feathers. Thev are worth dollars to you. Send to the Warren Featberbdne Co., Thrce Oaks, Michigan, for booklet. Misses Knowles, Brown and Wolcott of tbe city schools are spending the Holiday vacation at tbeir homes at Evart, Ithaca and St. Johns. W. T. Errand of Weidman spent most of the week in Clare visiting old time friends. Walt is foreman in a large planing mill at that place. E. N. Durfee returned to bis home in Harrison the first of the week having finished his work at tbe Ferris Industrial for bbe present year. Mrs. Jay F. Piper and children of Marioa arrived in Clare Tuesday for a visit at the home of ber Darents, Mr., and Mrs. Alex. Lowery, in Grant. E. F, Overton came down from Thorupsonyille Saturday and, accompanied by his wife, went to Saginaw for a yisit with friends Christmas. James Stough, who has bad charge of F. & P. M„ engine 73 in tbe yard here, has been, transferred to tbe yards in Saginaw and promoted to fireman. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Oarmicbael of Mt. Pleasant spent Christmas at tbe bome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cunningham, in Hatton township. W. C. Giberson of Baldwin was in the city the first of tbe week. Clark bas laid aside the pedagogical mantle and embarked in tbe mercantile business. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Brlnker- boff of Auburn, N. Y., December 14, 1899, a son. Mrs. Brinkerboff is well known in this city as Miss Pearl Wil- martb. W. M. Temple and B. H. Dunston of Temple and E. W. Ohapin of Gran- don were in Olare Monday on tbeir way to the county seat to sit with the board of supervisors. James, TJiric, Lincoln and George Langworthy and wife returned to Jennings Wednesday after spending Christmas at tbe bome of tbeir father, A. J, Langworthy, in Sheridan. Our college girls, Misses Lida Doherty, Myra Louch, Lydia Ort of Albion, and Alina Tatman of Ypsilanti are spending tbe Holiday vacation at tbeir respectiye homes in fche city. Mr. and Mra. Burt Duryee entertained her sister, Miss Margaret Bethold, and several of ber Ithaca friends Christmas. Miss Bethold left yesterday for Ann Arbor on an extended visit. At tbe Methodist parsonage, by Rev. S. 0. Robinson, Messrs. Roy Lam]-*, and Fred Harris witnessing, were united in marriage Miss Alice Ann Reed and Mr. Samuel Vrooman, both of Loomis. Tbe Sentinei. force was in error, and thus in Davy & Go's ad last week occurred' tbe statement "Store open every eyening next week." Tbis should not have been and we gladly make this explanation. Wm. Woisey-s store was broken into Saturday night and the money drawer rlfed of the change, amounting to about $5. Entrance was made from the rear and tbe misdeed is attributed to local talent. New Bell 'phones recently put in or contracted for: Davy & Co,, store and residence; Holbrook's department store; Thayer's livery bam; pay station at Calkin's house; 'Stevens House; Central hotel; Clare Hardware Co, Dr, and' Mrs. W, L, Stevens of Chicago arrived in thecity Monday and are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Stevens. Wilt is a native Clare boy and is enjoying a good practice In dentistry at tbe Queen' Oity of tbe West. A letter from Prof. H. A, Graham, enclosing some coin on subscription, is gladly received. Mr. Graham reports the Grayling schools in a prosperous condition, and that he and.his estimable wife greatly enjoying tbeir new home. Tbe Isabella County Republican comes put in a pink tint, a twelve page Holiday number which reflects much credit upon it enterprising editor, Willis E. Brown. We are glad bo have such papers on oUr exchange list. Miss Nellie Kane of Omer, ate Christmas turitey at the home of ber parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Kane, in the city. She returned to ber duties Tuesday, accompanied by ber si-ster, Ada, wbo will return before scbool commences. Saturday evening at tbe opera bouse, by the use of an anamafcascope, will be reproduced the Jeffries-Sharkey prize fight. The admission has been _xed at 15c, 25c and 35c. The machine for reproduction Is one of tde best and tbe fieht will be viyidly reproduced. W. M. Gordanier and Miss Mina Plnkney of St. Johns were united in marriage at high noon Christmas dav and arrived in Clare on tbe 10:03 p. m. Ann Arbor train. They are guests at the Dleasant bome of bis aunt, Mrs. M. Sexsmitb, aDd will remain here until tomorrow. Miss Gertrude Hampton of Sheridan closed a successful term of school in tbe Cunningham district, Hatton. Friday, and Saturday she went to Frankfort for a visit at the bome of ber sister, Mrs. John Johnston. Miss Hampton goes Saturday for a visit with ber sister, Mrs. Jos. Sharp, and family in Galesburg, and in March will again resume ber scbool work. Just too late for publication last week we learned tbat o*. Thursday af Mt. Pleasant occured tbe marriage of Miss Ida Ramey and Arthur Wilson, both of Vernon. The young couple are well and favorably known and tbeir many friends unite with tbe editor in wishing bbem a bright and prosperous future. They will take up their abode on the McLellan farm just south of Clare. On Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. George Stough entertained at tbeir bome Ave miles south and east of Clare, nineteen guests, among whom were Mr. and Mrs. John Belcher and son, Charles, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Redner of Clare. A sumptuous dinner was served to which all did justice. In tbe evening Mr, and Mrs. John Young of Olare joined tbe festivities and greatly enjoyed the oyster supper spread by the hospitable hostess. Nothing was lacking that would add to tbe enjoyment of the guests. Christmas exercises were held at the Baptist church Saturday evening and tbe house was literally packed. A pleasing program was presented and was enjoyed by all. Monday evening exercises were held in the Congregational and M. E. churches and both bouses were full. Santa appeared always to the delight o'f tbe little ones. Tbe entire program at the Congregational church was unique and reflects much credit upon those wbo bad it In charge. If we would make special comment on anv production it would be on tbe recitation of little 3- year-old Hallle Kump, she having completely taken tbe entire audience. As the branches of tbe tree act as mediums between the trunks and tbe Invigorating air above, so children are mediums between adults and tbe great beyond. A happy time indeed Is Christmas time. Commenting upon the lecture de- liverd by Father F, C. Kelley at Mt. Pleasant, tbe Democrat says: "The address was delivered in a most charming manner, and held tbe rapt attention of the audience from tbe first to the last: a capital story teller, gifted with a fine presence, in-, spired witb a lofty patriotism, thoroly in love with his subject, and possessing the wit and humor of bis race, he at once gained tbe Sympathy of his hearers "and made a lasting impression upon them. It would be defflcuit for us to select anv extracts from bis address; but we cannot let the occasion pass without congratulating ourselves an association with, sucb men as Father Kelley. Broad mi nded, liberal, patriotic, a typical American, ho has a fine future before bim," 'Father Kelley appears at Doherty opera house Friday, January 19. 1900, and speaks- on tbe subject, "Tbe Yankee Volunteer." .- . (More local on fifth page.) ptmttmnmttwwMwm 3M£ The long Delayed Winter Weather hasArriuedafLast, Weather that's Sugestiue'of heavy UNDERWEAR, NEW BLANKETS, COMFORTERS OVERCOATS, Etc. 7m _2 a. and ompany uhe ffiusy Store. ^mmW'MmW' This STORE is in POSITION to FILL All Your Needs in WINTER GOODS in a Most SATISFACTORY and EQOMONICAL Manner. % ~~< Comforters and ffilan/cets - ^ 1 £ £ blankets 50c $1.25 1.50 m£ 10-4 Heavy Cotton Blankets, Gray or White per pair - - 10-4 Heavy Weight, soft fin-' ish, gray wool mixed Blankets per pair Same in 11-4 per pair - 1L-4 Fine White Blankets per pair • - ■- - - $2,75 11-4 Very Fine White Blankets per pair * 3.50 11-4 Very Fine White Wool Blankets, Pink and Blue fig- - ured border per yard - -5.00 li-4 Extra Fine White Wool Blankets, Yellow and Helio- - type figured border per yard 10.00 All of the above white Blankets are bound with silk tape. Extra Heavy All Wool White Blankets, size 60x80 wide per pair - - - $3. <5 Fine Silver Gray Blankets j 10-4 $2.76 Fancy Stripe Borders j 11-4 $3,50 uhree Special 2/alues § in Comforters Large size Eed or Blue large figured Satin finish prints, lined with plain red, Very Heavy, each Large size, Heavy twilled Satin finish prints, handsome patterns, alike on both sides, cotton filled Extry heavy large size, made of Silkoline, filled with soft cotton .... Extra Heavy large size made of Silkoline, filled with soft cotton $1.00 $1.25 $1.25 $1.75 9tyenJ& 9/nderwear =j Heavy weights at light prices _§ Heavy Merino double front and back worth 35c at - 25c 5: Extra Heavy wool fleeced Shirts and Drawers ■ eaCh 50c ~s Fine Brown Stripe Wool Shirts ^2 and Drawers, 75 c values, our price .... each (324c TJwo Overcoat Specials Men's Heavy Black All Wool Freize Ulsters made and lined in First Class style Value $10.00 for $8.95. Black All Wool Kersey Men's Fine Overcoats... Worth $10.00 at $8.95. Outing mVlannels Manufacturer's Remnants of medium weight, light colored Outing at 5c per yard. Manufacturers Remnants of heavy weight, fine quality light colored outing at 8c per yard. DAVY GOMPflNY. fiuuuwuumi^ I MILLINERY PRICE "CRASH here it. | i ;—■ : ■_!_=_£=__■=_==_■_. _■ i -==_=_=_--=• IS I next THREE WEEKS I propose to offer every article in MILLINERY at For*- 1-2 Off, This means that my stock of Trimmed and Untrimmed HATS and FANCY FEATHERS and in fact everything in the millinery line will oe sold for just 1-2 bbe regular price. This will enable the -people of OLARE and "VICINITY to buy Millinery cheaper than they have ever bad an opportunity of doing before in their natural life. You are Cordially invited to come and look at some of the bargains I have to offer. MRS, F\ /Vl. O if" -' • . "' * ■".Vn^JSm**.
|Title||1899-12-29; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, December 29, 1899 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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