1891-09-25; Clare Democrat and Press
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M — * 'I J&if <.-> \ ESTABLISHED: SSSS^SSitf184- CLARE, MICH., FRIDAY, Sf PTEMBER 24, 189: Official Paper for Clare County anil CITY. NEW SERIES NO, 113. «uu—n i*y DRY GOODS, !*- -/- - - - BOOTS, SHOES, * DRESS GOODS; ^ fy ^C \ Ladies who desire to see what the F^l and Winter has in store for them should eall amiRKBRIDE S now and examine the new goods. Qp new stoek is the largest, best seleeted, and in all respeets the finest ever brought into Clare, being: even better than our fall stoek last season. All eoton goods are eheaper than last season.. We have a large stoek of ehoiee Prints, Ginghams, Shirtings, Etc* SEE THEM. BOOTS AND SHOES: We have added 15 feet to our Shoe Department which % enables us to carry a larger stock. *»«. %• We are still carrying a full stock 'of those superb makes of boots and shoes which have)gained so enviable a reputation among both ladies%d gentlemen in Glare and surrounding country. They m the best values in this market. Buy boots and sites at our store and yuo will never regret it '; -■.^•■W,-. .•£#*": .I-, 'MmA. : BOOTS AND 812 oisr 812 SATURDAY, Ot\% D*j Only! We offer you the Choice of our Entire stoek of Clothing-, including all of our LADIES This Means You SATUEBAY SEPT. 26. 1416,18 ai 20 DOLLAR MS For $12. TheSl goods are bargains at that price but we propose to make this the Greatest Sale ever held in Northern Michigan. Is the day we have named for the opening of our Shoe Department and you are invited to call and see the finest and most complete line of Lais' Misses' ai Mill's FINE SHOES Ever shown in the city. Our goods are all new and our prices right. We offer as a leader on SATURD'Y the 26th Fifty pairs of Ladies' hand turned, Dongola, worked button hole on opera and common sense last at n m $10,000 worth of bright, new goods to select from. Remember the date and dont get left. H. RA2EK, S2.00 c)lZ OPERA HOUSE BLOCK Gentlemen: Our line of Fine Shoes embraces everything to be found in a city shoe store. Call in. RAZEK & WALLER Your Shoemen, Opera House. Blocft. CLARE. *. I.OCAI. LORE. This is court week at Harrison. Summer is gono and autumn is here. Dr. M. P. Davis was in Mt. Pleasant Wednesday. Look at our T--the best at tlie price at Bicknell's. W. R. Williams, of Loomis, was in the city yesterday. A pretty girl and a gold dollar pass currency everywhere. Dr. Goodman, of Loomis, mado Claro a professional visit, Wednesday. Good butter is very scarce in this market and commands a good figure. Don't forget that Musseli keeps a regular line of school supplies, blank books, etc. The sale at N. Bicknell's includes everything in dry goods, groceries, boots, hats, etc. Mrs. Ed. Miller is visiting her parents at Lake Ridge, Lenawee county, whore she will be absent about four weeks. Mrs. S. C. Zeiter and Mrs. Frank Skyring, of Loomis, wero in tho city, Wednesday, on a shopping expedition. Mrs. Theo. Boge returned Saturday evening from a visit of a week's duration with her parents at Berlin, Mich. The Ladies' Cemetery Association netted over 815 from the supper at Mrs. Will Goodman's last Thursday afternoon. Miss Ada Higley, of Lapeer, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. A. White in tbis city. Miss Higley and Mr. White aro cousins. A company of Bohemian glass blowers have been doing business during tho week in Wolsky's old building on west 4th street. What's the reason your house don't look good ? Because you have not been to Mussell's and bought paint to paint it. Leads, oils, paints, etc. Our subscription list is growing rapidly. If you want all the important news of the county have the Democrat- Press forwarded to your address. Married,.at the M. E. parsonage September 23rd, 1891, Mr. Wm. VanWorm- er( and Miss Sarali Winegartaer, both HOME HAPPENINGS. Fresh oysters are in market. Very warm weather this week. All must go—so says N, Bioknell. C. J. Pease, of Harrison, was in the city Monday. Sheriff Doty, of Harrison, was in the city on Tuesday. Attorney Browne, of Harrison, was in the city, Wednesday, Don't fail to remember that Musseli fills prescriptions just as they are written. A. T. Knox, of Farwell, was one of the visitors at Clare, Wednesday afternoon. A fine house and lot situated in tho best part of the city is offered for sale cheap by Wm. Wolsky. 13-2 '•Aristo" photographs, fadeless, superb definition, enamel finish. Try them, at DeVogt's. Do not wait for another "blue mark," but come in and pay up, if you are owing us on subscription. E. C. Oviatt, of Detroit, traveling passenger agent of the Manitoba-Pacific route, was in town Tuesday. Mrs. E. H. DeVogt and Mrs. L. T. Olds aro home after a two or three weeks' visit in the southern part of tho state. Mrs. H. Diittman and her sister, Mrs. Bogue, of Clare liave gono to Grand Rapids on a visit to their mother," says tho Mt. Pleasant Democrat of last woek. Miss Martin, teacher in the grammar department, and Miss Hurley, teacher in the intermediate department, at Farwell, wero in the city Wednesday afternoon. H. A. Abram, Iato landlord of tho Alger House iu this city, has leased the Fenton House, the leading hotel at Fentou, Genesee county. He expects to take possession about the first of next month. Mrs. Chas. Buell departed Monday morning for Flint, where sho will meet • her sister, Mrs, Beagle, of St. Paul, Minn. The two will visit in Genesee county, the home of their childhood, for about two -weeks. "Good morning* wi«r cttfa't you L, Tower officiated. the Mi E. church will'continue" mom- <«*»*»**>*««.» A3. *a- -x-i*.*-**** ing and evening of each Sabbath. The subject for next Sunday evening will be, "A Grain of Mustard Seed." "Married at 513 Broadway, by Rev. D. B. Davidson, on September 14, 1891, Miss Allie Adams of Vernon township, and Mr. Baya Knox of Saginaw, Mich.," says the Mt. Pleasant Democrat, The Ladies' Congregational Union will meet at the home of the pastor on October 2nd. All members are kindly requested to be present and visitors are cordially invited. The society met with Mrs. C. S. Chase this week Friday. Next Monday morning Conductor Cogswell train, which has started from Harrison at 5:30 every morning and run to Saginaw, where it stopped until evening, returning to Harrison at 12:25 midnight, will be discontinued. It will resume its old run between Clare and Meredith, making the trip twice a day. Trains will run as usual on the main line. The passenger train between Claro and Beavcrton is also discontinued, and the engine and crow to work as extra. Last Saturday evening a large number of the members of theM E. church and friends gathered at the parsonage to welcome back for the third year their pastor. The parsonage was crowded full with the best natured lot of people on earth. The evening was spent in merry conversation, music and refreshments. Rev. Lowe, of the Baptist church, read the Scriptures, and Rev. Field, of tho Congregational church, led in prayer. The warm hearted manner in which the pastor was received made him feel perfectly at home. Mr. and Mrs. Tower wish to extend their heartfelt thanks to all present for the loyal sympathy and manner in which they were received, and may many blessings attend you through all the year. Last, week the Democrat-Press mentioned the intended departure of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brayman and family from this city, with a view of finding, if possible, a climate more congenial to the health of their son, Burt, who has been ill more or 106s for several years past with infiamatory rheumatism and lung troubles. Mr. Brayman, having sold his property here and arranged his business aifairs, took leave of this city, together with his family, on Wednesday morning. Their destination is MaySville, near the south central part of Kentucky. They have much faith in the climate proving greatly beneficial to Burt's health—in fact, the "Why not?" "Because I subscribe and pay foi* my home paper, and I have never read your advertisement. Whon I do I shall give you a trial; for liberal advertisers are liberal dealers." C. S. Chase purchased the timber this week on 480 acres of land on the T. & A. railroad. The tract lies between Lako George and Temple and is estimated to cut 1,500,000 feet, consisting of basswood, elm, birch, pine, hemlock and other timber. He will lumber the same during the coming winter, having already contracted the salo of the elm and basswood to Mt. Pleasant parties. Tlie Harrison Cleave'' evidently directs the following unkind cut at Clare: "The boycott placed on the fair by our neighbor city does not seem to have a very demoralizing effect upon tho society." Surely, Clare people have never done anything to work injury to jthe Harrison fair. The only reason known why people from the south part I of the county have not attended in larger numbers is because they never have received a very cordial invitation or given assurance that their company would be welcomed and appreciated. All the bad feeling or jealousjT that exists between the two cities is harbored at the county seat, and the Cleaver seldom misses an opportunity to stir it up. That Burt Brayman was well liked and greatly admired by all who knew him, as well as interested in his welfare, is evinced by the incidents of the past week. He had a watch which he had carried for years and prized very highly. When he found out that he was going to Kentucky he considered the matter and concluded that ho would rather havo its value in money and so sent it down town to have it raffled off. Unbeknown jto him, some of the boys took the matter in hand, circulated a paper and raised upwards of SCO. On Friday night the boys held a dance at the G. A. R hall, the K. of P. orchestra furnishing music free of charge, and another nice little sum was realized. On Sunday, those who had the matter inhand, went down to Burt's home, returned him his watch and presented him with upwards of §80, Burt was overcome. He said he didn't know how to thank his many kind friends; so the boys told him then there was no use of his trying. To cap the whole affair, on Monday night about fifty of his young gentlemen and lady friends called at his home to pay their farewell young gentleman himself believes he respects. Needless to say that all will speedily recover liis old time vigor, present had an enjoyable time and and the best wishes of their host of friends in Clare is that their fond hopes may be realized, and that their residence at Maysville will be a happy and prosperous one. relished the fruits and fine luncheon which the visitors provided individually. Burt wants to thank everybody through the Democrat-Press, and we promised to do it for him. So—thanks. \H "^tw^""
|Title||1891-09-25; Clare Democrat and Press|
|Description||Friday, September 25, 1891 issue of a Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Also known as the Democrat Press. Began publication in 1889, with the merger of The Clare Press and the Clare Democrat. In 1894, merged with The Clare Sentinel (1892) to form the Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press.|
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