1887-04-22; Clare Democrat
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t4h • ;?*■*•". }M t *^: ,.'•* _;**'s-i_ r^ip^^ Jt$ £=5-' >.? GLARE, MIOB _** u.-,*PEIL 22,-1887.- fi"3> . v —— m-u-j— .,—U*- ^33ECK3EES3SErr3I ~in?^r?^s;rng3^Hi^,sL-feuuiti-gszsaiu--ii rssfsg^ sasagasaa^TTT^TESiESESs jSRECTORY, ^3LM*23 G0HMl*Y.O"5!]^3IAIk 3MEEGTQEI". >s**3*t3Nimi*£ Jndge—-Henw Hart, 2Staisai6= SlassrM"—fh0s. H. Iiasf-eary*.. SS^easiiKS'?—Thoa. W-Avei-iH. CEI©5?"*x: and "Hegister of Beeds—W, E. AMsieli. 3Ps©seontl-ag- Attorney—W- A. B-asaStt. ^jTssdg© of Fxobate—13. 3>. TJTne&toiu. ■^SSaresait Court Commissioner—W. H. Browne. ZSmaneT*- Br- J. H. Carpenter.- IS©aa.t.y Surveyor—fi\ B, Wilson. ■3B«ar-a<Jf Seliool Esamtners—T. W. Ave-rall, A. i3» B©herty and Geo. C-anrmaas. innCT.A^l?, OEMCTJ*iIa.13>ISS€*SOS¥o. 22&3gs£b&n&--&. "W.. Ttezsy*. Z3Im3s~-M. 33*. .Baton* "aEEessta-er-—Henry Ort. -5S-r-as-feees*--IE". "L. Sonare, B. J". 1*0x5 -J. IS. Hsis- t-8d,-2@r..SchiUingi A. I^-acn, Waa.S©ss.. Sfeeefe C?oinmissioner—ATbexlb Smitl*. ■^fHsge Attorney— B. "B. AlwswL ^^sessor-—J. 0. Boakaf eilow. X$v£h&£ &Qmw3ssioner&^&.M,£nthm%8Mds li IPeigimer and W..A. Goodman. SBiisgiilar "meetinj? ©i> conne:"!—SSist-Weda-ies. Pencil Points- Assessmeat time. OETfrifh the hoom. Bead fee advertfs*MBents.- Ifexi Monday is Arbor Bay. Still our subscription list increases. The building boom has struck Glare. It wili soon he time to make gardens. Shad© trees should - 'he trimmed this ""slay OT-eningin eaenmontl-i. gM«~ 3LA"WEIS"igS. u"»- -B. WHEATON Da© • • A*r toehsy and ^-ot>gb of '^obai-'IB. - ^?M>ljat-e Oo-£irir in session ■$$> Sssrisiaa. tbne £*is*"-. Mondayin.eaen "montla. 3P.. ©; adetassSi <32ssrefc, Mieh. -^11 1- 1 (. -| . , _ ii- ■ in ■ ■ ■ ■ ii • -^M€^In*a©"w;So0&i^ell©-w-M*o>e&, ©la-***©*. *^W A.BWBaiT*i% W o * JVT-T®KK"SXA-3?--'E!'&."W. "SSBSSj, ©VsSS" li-eli. X*.* gavi©3*s« <*&'• ©©""s-ljffia&i,. Ma-r- J>. 33*. Aiward was home from "Lansing wer Sunday. A vacant "hoisse m, this village would *fee & eurio^t_r. .- Glare offes-s many aclvantages for the Investment of capital. Improve the town yon live in and assist in giving It a» good name. ^DeH?* Woodworth, the merchant tailor, has put up a ©eat new sign. "■"She small hoy has already began to '■'Wsk enthusiastic* over "base hall. ; . The "brightest sera that ever sho wn over &.-"Tillage* Is io*w a-hoiit to shine over Glare.. ' "Mrs,, ICettieWarf©!!, of Clare, visited in Mt..I*"l©asast3ast"W£ek—so says the En- terpdse. . W. a. ©Ms, of Sheridan,, and .0. ■ H. O uonald were among the visitors to Sagi- mmr "Wednesday* *Fa-i*mei*s report wheat as loo|dng ex- >ee*Uent and p-psseat prospects are favor- i&ble for a large yield. The improvements being made in the I village, this spring* are numerous, and will ©xceM t&ose of any other year. Jas. KlrkpaMck, oithofiarrison'Cleav- ler-was do-wn". Salnrday* He was sum- | naoned hy k "tete'gi^am-^iiis father having Jg^HLHe-LBiaoo^ I ^eimels Mas ^Qm teeatang- his store • ffitonse, SigamidtCss-ESs.ge SHatoMaag ^€?a© ia |: front to a ©oafe of paint this week. 'It t3a©mi5at«B4styl®. Fa^sr MsBgtag and Kak-L ,* , „ • «.-«■,, ~ -««■ -, , . « -**a*pa3(atog-©i Spssistt-jr. AS- m&ss psrs^psiy |l*o-©ss h©"Sle2*& ^"Faddy^ Welch is the ' sstlst who- Md the j®"k> Miss Melinda Snttoa and Mrs. Emma wmmz®TLAM® ASCT»-8aXB€aS8!.Oa88t M. eAieFJSHTEl^, IE B^. o "fSHTS-ICIAlf, SHilGEO-^ ASD A€C©"Er<r2HSIJH. OSks at M"assell!*5 Dung Store.. «tt«»«——»■■■■ ,.!■. I —,,—-.—— ■■,-.„ , !„—., —.■II, .■. '■ II ., I I ,-,. ..Ml ■ ■■■ ■ ~tm- jr. !l?OBBi M. B^, ^J* o TElYSmiLA&i BWS&&OJ&A&® Mm®1&®B5£un. sB-Tadimte of;the Uni-^essiiy ©f Mieiaiga-n. ^S «£slls promptly sttfended to day -ox nlgM. ■O^Sc<& over •Sldea's stoir-e. ,S01$e*J3O*S.A**t^-jy®0W€l!aSB. ISI<a>itl<l,-!3©"irt«i-s. at ""I^vidiiek5® drag store, | ^g^^^^^,^^^.,^^^-^^^ —^-^-n- , , ,-,,,,; , ^J_ IDISH-rglST. 13s?5fl!g- @tereB CJiaajsa.'. 3P^lW"g^fR*^> -;1]0g!adfei!-toi zm m.WATfGSAJSti 7S-J2SCO SAIK'S'I'S'©, ©J«a*atas aml'Sigm Waiting A1S. oraesa | WiIsojq. visited tibl&x sistera Mrs. K. "N. gr^gtiy^teBaea-to. ^tteaa^ *^\Anaeis^im€kK*as*in Prince's "h©o|>. m^simi^i^Mistii)5ig, [sssap Ioms -spl^ as>i&, of Golejasn. *• Jhingle" manufact- •v ,'s. ill town Tties- Earmers have'co*f»»to"5iiced plowing. The pay-car .made lis monthly visit the first of the weeli. , . , '' _, Saml Zeiter, oi* Loomis," was in the village yesterday. . Work was comr.-"«i"^ on "White's new brick block this v 1 Mrs. C H, 0" ■■*■ Id is numberet! amougtke ailing ''t*? ;VQek.; Show-by deeds*i" w-Ti as words, that you are inter«sted i'^ -lare. Arthur Bendens'. >^» ot Milbrook, is the young gentleman .-''7-dng at Wolsky's. W. S. Winfrgar, i urer of Mereditb, day. - . Dr. Ash1" who , h^ • "been* visitina* his family In Clar^ rf-r-.n-sd to Elk Tuesday! morning, .« *' • Eev.'Snidei*, *df »..-*i-is0n, "tlie United Brethren minister* Slivered a sermon at the town hall Sundfc- >3veniiig. ■ DoyoueVernot'.fli'-i'tatit takes a girl' just twice as long iff vrcisH the,-front,windows as it does t&'Jtotfkwindows? Mrs. A. O'Donal*'?' f Howard City, has •been the guest .of hi -isteri Mrs. O.H. O'- Donalcl, in Clare i<w. • '.te.pas^week.' Dr. John Lansi*-.^ "Z Calldnsville, 'was acalleratthe-*pL?4»o lie reports his pni'i. _at office Tuesday, steadily increas ing. .) -:& best ,local news- all this '. section. ^ome.in and sab- Prnr1—\- ?c-j--*t<nt*i>!r.to "?7""'-^^Z!iZ- """ ^a..^- , ,. •_"|^'f|fisgffl^^^ ms-Mng ipre- ipa^ati-ssxsto "^aIs!&• -money for that pnr- ipose. W© hope $&ey will meet with good sacise^, J. A Hlchols was up at Arnold Lake the fest ©J the week looking over the ground with a view of taking the job of grading another Une oi logging road for "BAI-TK- <a w. "ssa-sssi". ~wm. "woi.S3S*s"« <e. h. sicrsiMsnsi&im>3 cssMcr-, lU.^^ M o MK £u**f i^esssaroEA tbu.} -OC-KSSS^OS-BESrCE- m:ich:» SSew "Yorlr; Asaealea 2Ssaalx of Detroit, aa.€ Citlsens ^stio-oalBank jSi'Sagina-G'. IMoney t® I^oan ©2? fesjji?OTed real estate at ®.x«asonal>|e rate ol* Sateresfc. m 'TmSAMK 35v WII^SQIS, SHry^os of Cliwe iir SM5"sa4y. En§2iMee-s^s^€mifl3a-ss'*3©'KSHiaiia ■£sM@>a.* All WOS& ©nfeasted tO-St&wiSl xecewe ijKT-Emjapt satenMea. P©stoMee s^d^es% Har- 2SSIH1. . . 4-tf -ff% "S©. O- O AUB2H&. ->-L*9" - SOKSOKIAIi A-KTISS-j, d-sst-elsss stiyle. Opposite "Esie^aajge Hotel. esruPHJSM *shbi>bok. 'o^penter- - snd | Sagiaaw parties. Biallde-r, Olare. All "woxk-gtiarantee'd-Sxst-1 c^sss^d-prices reasonable, it will pay you J The Clare base hall club undoubtedly -itoeali6nme. tf will not organise this season. They "1$ B. BBV06T, Plietogrs^er. By tbe-ase s"houlcL however, and endeavor to win csnabled to province as "Sne xvosik- in dsxik as j hack a iew of the laurels lost on the lasu l%lat-weather. Salt yoin? o"wn «onveniesce i .„„.,. -i..,;,,- SPSgardlessof tlie weatnor. Toa-will find a J fe«*,a««i.b pi<*>y "."S- "Jtacgea- aad "better- -variety of accessories hex® j w w f of M f "Plpas.mnt wi!! in -«a_ia» as, any g-allery in ^Grthexn. MicMgan.J H. 11-Graves, oi Al*. ±"ieasant,- was 111 COM Pie-tares Ccpied and Emlaa-ged. Qx&y&n, '■ the village Sunday. He says that the T. . IPaBiell, India Ink,- Water sad Oil collars, i „ , ;*p ,,*>., . *-..-■ StodiocrsrorGiJssjssoa's store. & A. -railroad to Clai*e is a sui'e ining, -s=====^=-=--^^ I |3llt ^ will be two or three weeks .before I they commence work. Henry Ort Ms purchased the two vacant lots just opposite his residence on 16th street and has been taking the.stumps ! off1 this week. He contemplates building a house thereon next summer. An excliange says that young ladies who will not marry when they have a chance Miss it. "No doubt of it. But what are they going to do? When one accepts as offer she generally Mrs. it too. Send a copy of this paper to jyour frieads who iaave visited or have .feeeu eiti3ffiiisofiMscounty.it will be baster than a letter, Bememberthe price isthe cheapest and the paper is the best .one printed in Clare .county. The citizens of Clare sh&uld give unstinted assistance to the establishment of any manufacturing industi'y locating A site fre© of charge should be<] deeded to any companyv for building purposes, that will locate a plant. The latesb swindle Is worked thus: A man proposes to take all your spring chickens at a big price when three months old, paying part in advance. If the farmer has not already been victimized by like schemes he bites very read- | ily and signs a contract, which in course | of time turns up in the shape of a note. -.Ask some men for an advertisement or some local—-'they answer they don't believe m advertising—a paper is never IM Iffl ii* T X abfi 3B O '-4^. IR- X3> HAJ&33S& EFS-KSS*" 3SEOV. 28, 1886. Iforfewest. Sontn©ast. *3?JS. A.M. RM. A.*M, PJS- P.*M. "2125 1145 .. .. Toledo S0» ... IIS© 110 5SO Betroi-6 10 §4 S50 10 00 S23 315 S32 P.L. &K> 981 25© 902 348 324 722 Holly 8S0 143 750 413 343 ... GrandBlasfe 811 120 728] 485 351 SIS' "fflSnt. 759 105 712 SSi 5 05 SS7 BastSaginaTr 700 1150 S05 SS0 540 ISQOForJBS'.y-C.LFseBQaSSO 11-00 515 &.W. P.M- '3*45 5 3;> #S4 60S ©25 845. ©58 705 2B50 820 mm 802 3185 830 SK 1040 East Sagina.-^- Midland Coloman Mt. Fleasant (DILA3SIS Har3?ison Mvayt Beed Otty "Lndington <2ep. A.M. PJH, 1120 550! 1035 5©2|here. 948 417 820 325 926 35S 750 254 833 25© 745 157 545 1200 - DEMOCRAT "Contains more local aad general news W&sm any paper m the comity. Suhserip- "Mon priee9 #1.50 p@r year. tsoltoraa *a^c iwstj ) &M V©salve in tne Si©Hitfs toifa -13-orldfor CntSj Braises, Sores, Ulcers, Satt; ISlaei-an, Weves Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, iSMlManes, Corns and aH SMn Bnaptio-as, j sat -positively enre's piles, or no pay xeqnlE--1 read. "Let "fee man be caught kissing his ^i^r^^l^dST^cTli SSfi neighbor wife 6t holding up the side of 3P£i*1mkk. 3?or sale by H. Trevedick sgent. j a ijuilding some dark night, _and his tune . cha*ages Instantly,, and if the printing "fpCOH, Prairie Mange, and Scratches of j o-fiSceisina-gan-etof a seventeen story ^L mery kind cured in 30 minutes "by L .,,. . m „ . . .. . • Woolford's Sanitary JjoUon. Use no \omiamg ne win curno up to tne top to ©ther. Tills never fails. Sold by X W. J feeg the editor to keep o_uiet—don't pub- J>"3al0p; ItaJggistj Olare. 1843133. |li^itl®thepaper3yrouknowft TheDEMOCEArl- paper published '-■■> Don't borrow it, "fiut scribe for the pa*;--v. Mr. and UJi'&^C V'. /erry.went to Sag inaw Wednesday ii-or-iing.' Hr_ 'Perry | returned lasfcevejrtii^V-nt "MTS^Ferry. will remain a few day.- r» visit with relatives. -" The spring trad*" V nym us and merchants say they t*r4 -i'llxng more goods than over before a?** II msiness is getting better $ very clay. Tt * h Is good- evidence of prosperity. • * Every imijrov.-ni^it in Glfo***© -enhances the value of eye-, v pku ■••.?*,i,ounding, -the- village, consequ^ui V,ith>- zlzmevs' should1; be anxious to rc-rs^i- every 'reasOihible 1 aid toJniHil tin-il.**Tifacr. - . » ^ Z. 'm 'if "T*-~ *" k-i-o^jj';"-",-^. ^'^ii.XiV'OuAi'aiur iii Jilaiiifci^ic'| Junctioia, has been vssiting his brother in Glare- this week. He is taking a week's vacation and will visit relatives at Flint .before returning to work. Invitations have been issued by t&e I. O. O. I"*. lodge of Glare for a social dance at the G-. A. K> hall, "Tuesday evening, April.26th. The event .is in honor of the 68th}anniversary of Odd Fellowship. Geo. *P. BrowneSl, who has been an in- mate of the soMierg- 'home at Grand Eapids for a year or so past, returned to this place Tuesiay evening for a few weeks' visit witli old friends at-Clare. Mrs. Jas. Walsh and children started Tuesday for Owosso, where they-will remain for a week or ten days' visit with Mrs. Walsh's brother and family. They went by the way of Mt. Plesrsant, over the T. & A. road. Those who aaiuse themselves in creating; difficulties-between friends are noth- reliev- tho work that lie was They are so low i.lown on the moral scale as to have not even such a shred of yirtue left as would cover their want of It. The following obituary notice has been suggested as ©he whieh would be just the right sizetlfor several of our "prominent citizens: "Beneath this stone there rests a man who'll keep on kicking all he can; he kicked while he remained on earth, com-mencing : at the hour of birth-, he kicked so hard, he kicked so high, his heels would' sometimes scrape the sky; and when lie reaches heaven's gate, he'll kick because no street cars wait; when a silver harp he'll hold, h e'll lack because it isn't gold." " Talk about busy establishment! A Democrat -reporter was very much surprised upon happening In Woodworth's tailor shop, due day the first of tlie week, to see the business being done in that! locality. There were four busy at work beside "Mr. Woodworth, who, with his coat off was pitching into the work as were the others, with a zeal that lent a business like air to the department. "Mr. Woodworth has secured the services of a first-class coat maker, and the work they are turning out now Is not surpassed any where in the State. The new and nobby swing styles and suits turned out by this establishment are giving general satisfaction, and undoubtedly is the secret of his rush o| work. You should not fail to give Mr. Woodworth a call if you arc contemplating purchasing clothing for -yourself. Junius Eoss, Harrison, Moaday. , ' Jos. Hudson, of Dover, Saginaw* Monday. Mrs. John Post, of Coleman is visiting in town. Wm. Dwyer, Lake Station, in town yesterday. '/ ' - E.T.Holcomb, of Bay City, was in town Wednesday. Will Kelley and Herb. Wheaton were in Midland Monday. The water w.prks are in use again for sprinkling purposes. J. W. Calkins and Will Goodman were In Saginaw yesterday. E. L. Carr was at Shepherd, Isabella county, on Wednesday. E. D. Wheaton has filed Ms oath of office as village attorney. Friedr. Lange has given his store front a coat of paint this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Cooley were visiting in Coleman this.week. ' There will be a dog show at the G. A. Bs hall next Friday evening. Circuit court for this county convenes at Harrison Monday, May 2nd, Editor Boys, of the FarWell Eegister, made this pinee a call on Tuesday. * Junius Boss was at work replating on the Feighner addition to the village this week. Thos. Patient is home, having been at Custer for the past couple of weeks scaling lumber. Under Snoriir Austin was in the Southern part of the". State" this week, summoning witnesses lor the May term of circuit court. The s"h0w at the G. A. B. hall nest Friday evening is said to be" very good for the kind. The dogs are said to "b© very well trained. HE'S C01IMI The latest lailraadl .iswal Worlk on" th© fi <& Ik. A= to ©omra- mence -if©xt I&j©jni£la.ya After our forms were, ready for press this morning a rumor reached us thafi the surveying party of the T. & A. AQ railroad were iirtown surveying land for the depot and yards and that work will be commenced next Monday morning la this place and at Mt. Pleasant on the road-bed. A reporter of the Demogsai! at once proceeded to investigate the rumor and found that it was true In every particular and that work would he pushevd from-now until the road is flaish- eel and cars running to this place. ', Supt. Carling.has ordered picks, skov° els and all the Implements necessary to commence work at once and is ready to engage a large force of men and teams to commence work. . All wh© wish to engage work will apply e&rly as possible. Thus it will be seen that what tike Democrat has claimed all , the time has come true and Clare will \ soon hear the scream of the whistle of the T. & A. A. engines within its horr ders. The Sterns hotel is being painted this week. Geo. Stevens, of Mt Pleasant, yisited with his friend, Geo. Feighner, over Sunday- . ■■' J. C. Boekafellow has another first-* class insurance company on his list. IS is1 the-Firemen's Fund, of California. W. H. Sa-fford's hardware store was- en« tered hy burglars last Tuesday . nighty who drilled the safe and/broke the .coin? Messra. Van Brant and Newth returned | WnRtion feo that lc wag. impoSS|We %m thought last evening having been in the* * southern part of the State during the week look- ihgintb the creamery business,-: ; The hoys ars. talking of giving - a opeii it the n^st m orning. It is ] nothing was. secured^ •-' *' - ■• r ■. -T :. . — - ■;"'.-. " The contractors of the mason *wo*efc oa- ■e iu series of social tiop^'-'in the* near- lateJ^e^^^^^M^and Dolerty^s w 'the first one, of whieh, Is to -he "^iyesi-r*townand|>iitafo*fce of mm ea'd teaais rV-fluv tvejVtB^-Ma\-f4h;:rw«;Vfeh-fe ■mmBtm- at o&r,z^ '» ing more than -the devi Fs agents, ing him from h ■ ashamed to do himself. iz'j-3 iiW iivjya* «-i SUOCua.*s. Mt. Pleasant Democrat *■ Geer & Kane Bros, sold 250,000 brick to-parties in Clare,.a few days since. The brick are yet to be made. Thej** expect td start up their yards with a full force on Monday if the weather permits. Al. Smith received a severe thump Wednesday which has confined him to bed for the past couple of days. He was engaged in moving a building for A. E. Webber on 7th street, when a brick from one of the chimneys became dislodged, rolled oil'the building, striking him on the forehead and cutting a yery ugly gash. Another new enterprise is about to be started in this village. B. Muscott and George Grover have leased the mill build- ing, on the west ofthe village located on the railroad, of George Boom and will put in new machinery throughout for the manufacture of chair stuff, peeyy stocks, broom handles and all articles of this description. The machinery has been ordered and is expected, to arrive this week. It will take two or three weeks to get the mill in running order. We embrace the opportunity to inform the general public that we are now better than ever prepared to execute promptly and in first-class style, every description of Job Printing, such as Sale Bills, Circulars, Dodgers, Cards, Wedding and Ball Invitations, Programmes, Checks, Xotes, Tags, Labels, Orders, Deeds, Receipts Bill Heads, Letter Heads, jSTote Heads, Statements, Envelopes, &c, at prices to suit the times. Give us a call, see specimens of our work, learn prices and judge for yourself. The first thing that strangers note in coming into a city is the condition of the streets. If they are straight, clean and have good walks the stranger is favorably impressed. If the yards that line the streets are neat and well kept, though they may not be expensively decorated, the impression of the thrift of the people and the beauty of the town helps him to decide the question, and say, "J will settle In this town." The ofiieials of the city have their work to do in ordering the streets kept neat and clean, and the sidewalks kept in repair. The citizens have their part to do in keeping their door-yards clean. Every person has a work to do«in making the city present- abl, and they should not fail' in their duty. This is the way to attract strangers to our midstj and make citizens of ,'V.IZ work will be pushed until the feiilldla completed. . - 1F>" Two saloons bonds were approyed by • the council at a meeting last evening-— that of Fred Hiekey as principal, with Alfred Louch and Samuel Young as sureties; the other was the bond of Oliver Beemer, with C. W. Sterns and Geo. Bar- rus as sureties. : An Evart and Cadillac delegation were in Mt. Pleasant the iirit of the week consulting with J. M. Ashley in hope of securing the T. & A. A. railroad. Mi\ Ashley's reply was to the effect that "the company had 'decided to push the road! direcf through to the straits of Mackinaw, but if Cadillac people would offer sufficient inducement, the„ company would build them a road through to*- Frankfort and if they so desired it could'. be called the main line, but that the company had decided to make a direct line to the straits and there the road was to go." There is not much danger but that Clare will get the T. & A. A. yet. The reason that work has not been commenced is because the Evart sore-heads have been ] writing to the financiers of the road and the company have been delayed in get-** ting money. This is an old merchant's opinilon*: "I have always made it a rule to begin advertising my fall or spring specialties earlier than any one else. It is great to be looked upon as a leader in trade. It takes time to win this reputation. I never follow anybod}**. I advertise more extensively when others think it does not pay, and I cut down my advertising when others think it pays to keep before the public, but I never stop advertising altogether, I am too smart for that. I tried it for a time and gave another man. a chance to get in his work and make me follow him. I never will do that again*. It is the greatest mistake that a business man can make to advertise' spasmodically. He wants to keep pushing his goods day hy day right in front of the public0 He might as well close his store during the summer as to stop advertising. It Is!. on the same principle." TegL<8Jft®rs5' Ass©®paril©iria The first meeting of the Clare County Teachers'' Association, will be -held afe Harrison, Friday and- Saturday May M and 15 next. Programs will bo published soon. Teachers will be entertained! free of expense. Prof. 3ST. H. Walbridge3 them. We wonder if. all our citizens of Evart, will lecture Friday night. 1 think of this fact. 1 Subject: "What Constitutes a man,-**"
|Title||1887-04-22; Clare Democrat|
|Description||Friday, April 22, 1887 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880's. In 1889, merged with The Clare Press to form The Clare Democrat and Press.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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