1903-12-24; Clare Sentinel
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■^■^•I^tg'P*-^!^ J^T^f^?^^f^^^mBmW ^/^sf^^>9^wfmW^^W^'',^^flR'v^>'^,^^v^'': *-"**"" *"' •-; "v- "*,^^*-^-^*T"--«r*f.#s-*-^i-irTB-s»-?«* -J- f" B- m m ■f jit aft i^liifa-tyji*-|&fr--^^ THE SENTINEL, circulation this week. J9104 ftirltttM IMoh jobuhty f^E »BN*!tffefc3 JHVJH ^nV ofchdir pat**** m Gltfe Established 1878. GLARE, MICHIGAN, THUR^AlTAFTJJKNOON, DECEMBER 24, 1903. NewSeriejf: Vol 12,No~5 54-ln6!i Soiling Worth 90c ONLY 696. BUY YOUR Xmas Goods Here Complete Line of Popular Priced Goods. USEFUL PRESENTS FOR ALL. I Useful Presents for HIM! Prices to Suit All Handkerchiefs 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 50c Knit Mufflers 25c and 45c. Silk-Mufflers 50c. Kid Gloves 50c and 1.00, Kid Mittens 50c. ■ Fur Mittens 90c, 1.00,1.15, 2.00, 2-50. Fur Gloves 1.00. Fancy Shirts 50c and 1.00, ' ' Wool Shirts 95c, 1.25 and 1.50. Wool Sweaters 1.00,1.50, 200,2.50,2.95 Suspenders 25c and 50c. Ties, every style, 25c and 50c. Fancy Wool Hose 25c. Heavy Wool Sox 50c and 1.00. Heavy Rubbers 1,25, 1.35, 1-50, 1.75, 1.90, 2.00, 2 25 to 3.00. ' Heavy Pants 1.25 to 1.75. Dress Trousers 2 00 to 4 50. Men's Suits 3.76 to 15,00. Men's Overcoats 3.95 to 15 U0. Boys' Overeats, worth 5.00 to 10.00, only 3 95. Caps worth 25c, 50c, 1.00, now 19c, 39c and 89.J. Fur Caps 1.95. Boys' ToqueB 25c and 50c. f Infants' White Mitten Were 15c to 25c, only _ 5 6tS. ffllR I Useful Presents for HER! Remarkably Low Prices. f* ••DAVY & COMPANY™ EUERYTHING TO IA/EAR LOWEST PRICB3 Handkerchiefs 1c, 3c, 5c, 10c, 15c, '18o, . 25c and 50c. Purses 10c, 25c, 50e, 75c, 1.00. Knit Faclnators 25c, 45c, 1.00,1.48. Wool Golf Gloves 25c and 45c. , Wool Mittens 10c, 15c, 25c. Kid Mittens 50c and 1.00. Fur Scarfs 1.25 to 15.00. Ladies Jackets 2.95 to 20 00. Ladles' Fleeced Wrappers 1.00 to 1 25. Ladies' Waists 50c to 5.00. Ladies'Skirts T.60 to 7,00. Ladles' Petticoats 89c to 3.00. Waist Patterns 98c to 3.00 . Dressers Scarfs 10c to 29c. Lunch Cloths 59c to 1.48. Table Linen 25c to 1.00 per yard. Pattern Table Cloths 1.48 to 6.00. Table Napkins 50c to 6.00 per dozen. Comforters 1.00 to 3.50. Blankets 49c to 6.C0. Girls' Tarns 25c and 45c. I Men's and Boys' Suits at Reduced Prices Store Open Every Night Next Week. Wm. H. Bicknell & Co. Bargains in Men's and Boys' Overcoats .•M,*M;*l:'t'fr*fr4**l*'t'*l*'fr't*t^ 1 Rebuilding Sale \ e $10,000 worth of New Mer- chandise most of which was received during the past 90 days at 10 to 25 per cent Below Value. Our increasing tmeineps demands more room and we have decided to remove the frame building occupied by our Clothing Department and replace it with a large, modern, % brick store building. I This will necessitate the entire Closing Out of our •g Clothing Stock during the next 90 days and we will be- I gitf at once the GREATEST MONEY SAVING SALE of X ■JU Hi | Men's, Boys' and-Children's Clothing ever held in the * % city. It will pay yon to anticipate your clothing needs for * % many months and make your purchases now. % '*. . • .' * ^^^«|^,*fr^:*'^^^^i*p;*'ii*frl*fr,*fr**^t"'w*^^ * + * I * I f + * * + I 4* % 1 ANOTHER BRICK BLOCK. Davy & Co. to build on Corner of McEwan and Fourth Streets. Few towns of the size of Clare have so many fine brick blocks as are found hr-re. But Davy & Co. will in the coining spring replace the wooden structure, now used for their clothing department, on the corner of McEwan and fourth streets, with a modern brick block. The new building will not be built so as to appear in form a continuation of the present Elden- Mussell-Davy block adjoining, but will be architecturally different. It is to be 22x100 feet and will be constructed in accordance with the best ideas as to how a modern clothing store should be arranged, and will be worthy of a place with the Wolsey, Calkins, Jack son-Fox blocks at the cr, ssing of the two streets mentioned above, already testifying to the substantial growth of Clare and.surrounding country. Davy & Co. even with present facilities do an enormous amount of business and they do such a volume for these reasons: .They carry a large ' stock, what they say about goods placed on sale is to be depended on, and weekly through the columns of the Sentinel they tell the public about the goods offered for sale. $ DERRICK STiLL GUTS CHEESE McCurdy-Allen Nuptials. Thehome.of Mr. and Mrs. George MoCurdy of Mel-Jain was the scene of a happy social event Wednesday evening when their daughter. "Wina B.. -was united in marriage to Helon R. Allen, a well known business man of that place, formerly a Claxeite and well known to many Sentinel readers. The home was beautifully decor ated in white and green with drapings of holly; The large bay window in the parlor was daintily draped in white lace with knots of smilax, before which the bridal party stood during the ceremony which was performed in maat assisting, and after this service the bride in person presented each guest with an original water color favor painted by her sister, Mrs Minnie I. Termaat, and daughter, Zetta, of Mt Pleasant. The bride is a very charming young lady, a highly accomplished musician, a leader in society circles in McBain bub withal skil ed in the arts of household economy. The groom spent his earlier years in Yernon, graduated from the Clare high school, studied in the law department at tho University of Michigan and is successful in business at McBain where he is now located. The good wishes of their many Davy & Company mmm' Annual Meeting of Stockholders Elects Officers for next Year. At the annual meeting of the Herrick Tull Cream Cheese Co., at which f nearly all of the shareholders were, present, it was decided to continue the same system as last year, running the •factory-Up to its full capacity and giving patrons tha same fair treatment as during the past year. The following officers were elected: ~ President—E. W. Allen, Secretary and Treasurer—!W. J. Maxwell, Manager—7. H. Lansing. Directors-E. "W. Allen, W. M. Graves, Peter Murply, *W. H. Bowen, L. M. Converse, X H. Lansing and W, X Maxwell. am. and ams. helon b. allen. IfOBSALts—Air A-No.-l poultry and fruit farm,—D. Ward. 3-tf. a pleasing manner by the Eev" A. L. "Woodlock of the Congregational church of this city. Promptly at eight o'clock the bridal party entered to the strains of Lohengrin's wedding march.* well rendered by Miss Louie Belle Louch of this city who also played DeKoven's "O* Promise Me" during the ceremony very softly. The bride wore a plain rich gown' of cream poie de chenc and carried cream roses, while Mrs May Prey, bridesmaid, -was attired in white carrying pink carnations. ITody Pi'ey acted as best man. The fifty guests present were served with refreshments, Miss Sadie Symes, Miss: Nellie Bartoii, Mrs Minnie Termaat and Mrs. Yetta, Ter- friends were demonstrated in the many and beautiful gifts which'consisted of useful articles in furniture, silver, china and linen. The usual demonstration was made by the ••boys" which was only abated when a liberal supply of Cigars was produced by the groom The bridal couple left on the 1:40 train amid showers of rice and blessings from their friends for a brief wedding trip to points in central and southern Ohio and Tennessee The following from out of town were present at the ceremony: Mr, and Mrs. X B. Allen, father and mother of the groom, and son and dailghtpr, Charles and Grace, of Man- kelona; Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Allen of Eastwood and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barton and daughter, Nellie, of Cadillac. Officers Elect for 1904. I. O. "F. C. X—X F. Tatman. V. C. E —A. L. Blackburn. E. Sec'y—A. E. La Pierre. F. Sec'y—A. E. Maynard. Oraj or—Joseph Galliver,- Jr. S. W-Edward La Pierre. J. W.—Malcolm Feighner. S. B.—S. B. Mater. J. B —Earl Hepfinger. Court Deputy—A. E. Maynard. Physician—J. A. Eeeder. Trustees—James Louch, E. A. White. Finance Committee—C. J. Stone, J. E. Goodman. Instalation will occur January 13th, 1904. K. O. T. M. 31. Com'r.—John Duncan. L. C—A. S Ehoades. It. K--A. Bump. V. K.--L H Wilson. Chaplain—W II. Patrick Se-geant—E Yener. M. at A.—James McPhall. 1st M. of G.—Earl Dwyer. 2nd M. of G.-X Ladd. S.~Wm. Dennis. , Picket—M. Lawrence. i G. A. E., D. J. BBBWBB CAMP. Col.—W. S. Coolej*. Lieu. Col.—F. Gerren. Major—L. Baker. Chaplain—S. A. Sutherland. O. M.—A. A. Shaver. O. of TX—P. H. Smith. Adjt.-C. Buell. Surgeon—J. O'Connor. Picket—D. Frost. « Sentinel—X "W. Eeed. S. M.—J. Gerren, Jr. '» Asst. O, of D.—J; Arnold. Jury Disagreed. The. Jury in the case of Darius Griffin of Gilmore township vs. Dr. L. L. Kelley Of Ear Well, charging malpractice in setting a compound fracture of the former's leg, disagreed, eight favoring the defendent and four the plaintiff. The case occupied over a week of Mt. Pleasant's circuit court and was fiercely contested from st?4fij to finish. ^4,^4.^j^^^4.^.|.^4.^^4vj.^^4,j.4,>j.j.^' Balance the Books. January 1st, 1904, is the date when a large number of Senti-. nel subscriptions expire and, we call the attention of our readers to this matter and ask that they make prompt settlement. "We" don't want the Sentinel, to go to any home where it is unwelcome, nor do- •*, we try to force the paner onto %" anyone. We are end.'-s '.Mring to **?* give our readers so i.t ich real news of the locality Mil county in which tliey live, as well as valuable reading matter, that they cannot afford to do without our paper. We are working toward; a strictly cash-in-advance system, and already find this is far more- satisfactory, in the long run, tO' both subscribers and publishers- than to permit newspaper accounts to accumulate year af ter ycar. The very few delinquents, yet on our list, we respectfully ask to call and square up. " We shall spare no effort to describe the life and deve opment_ of country and town, Of our people, and shall continue to make all improvements practical im giving the readers of the Sentinel the best possible service im return for their liberal patronage. Very respectfully, Welch <& Bennett, Publishers. * * ■* -* +*- ** ■* ■* ■# ■* •* ■* ■* ANOTHER SOLDIER GONE. * * I T ux uuuuiiiy ctuu lA-vviJ, ui uui: peu- ^, •* pie, and shall continue to make * % all improvements practical im •«"> * giving the readers of the Sen- '.% •* - tinel the best possible service im •<€• ^3 return for their liberal patron- '.% _\ age. Very respectfully, ^ || - Welch <& Bennett, ^ *U Publishers. ;J^ ** • ' * "* A cute traveling man at Hotel King Monday undertook to rattle a waitress at the dlnper table by continuous calling for "bay and oats." It became so vexing to the girl that abejj concluded to bring him what he asked j for If it could be obtained. ': After a brief absence she returned from the kitchen with a whisp of hay and a small sack of oats neatly placed upon a plate." The laugh tjien on the diner bv tbe other guests became uproarious, and It Cost him a ten dollar bill in treating the house before quiet 4"-waB again restored.—Osceola, Demo** crat. Charles N. Goodenow Departs this Lffe. Another old Clare resident' passed into the Unknown Monday in the death of Charles 3ST. Goodenow. At Thanksgiving time he went to Jennings with the intention of starting a store thore but complications arising indirectly from a wound received in battle, he sickened and death resulted from blood poisininj**. The body was brought to his home in Clare Tuesday and the funeral took place therefrom this afternoon, Eev. S. C Eobihson of St. Louis and Eev. W. J. Hathaway officiating and the interment was made at Cherry Grove. Charles Goodenow was born at East Eush in New York in 1843. In 1863 he enlisted in the 8th New York Heavy Artillery ahd, participating in a number of important battles in the army of the Pontiac, continued on duty through the war till wounded while on picket duty before' Petersburg, receiving a wound in the leg that later brought on rheumatism and other complications and finally resulted in his death at the age of sixty. During a furlough in 1864 he married the wife who now mourns his demise, and to that union eleven children were born of whom these" survive: Mrs. Eobert Bauder, Yernon; Mrs. Cyrus Babcock, Clare; Mrs. Frank Badgley, Herrick; Elmo Goodenow, Temple; Mrs. John Womer and Charles Goodenow of Jennings and Celia Goodenow of Clare, all of whom were present at the funeral. After the war was over and he had recovered from the wound of. battle, Mr. and Mrs. Goodenow moved to Michigan,^locating first at Holly and later at Flint. In 1880 they moved to Clare where they have since resided. Here he engaged in the harness business till rheumatism compelled him'to give it up. Two weeks ago he left home in comparative health but, stricken down, he .has been laid away to his last resting place to answer to answer to thelast roll call. Grant Taxes. 1 will be at the post office, Glare, each Saturday from two to four p. m„ to receive taxes. JxrLitfS ScBCA*Er]?*ffEB, - Treasurer, fileaned From Isabella Doings, In spite of the unf*vorable Ktaon large quantities of poto'toea have been shipped from--the., county at different points.-. ■ -* * A special committee ;.fef- at work digging into tbe records of tbe Isabella county creamery tb -reach back for a period of flye.-years. Whether there is any special reason for this investigation is not retealed. After long struggles Shepherd has voted to chanKe"*from the present school site and committees are' at work looking up one suitable for the erection of a modern school building. Later—A site bas been selected, the old base ball grounds. The round-up Farmers' . Institute for the county will-be held -at--Ht. Pleasant January 18th and isth with Prof. M. L. Dean of the Agricultural College conductor. Other state speakers will be JS. A. Groman, Grass Lake; Miss Jennie Buell, ^Anji Arbor.' * Tbe first numbers of the M*< Pleasant Times under management of O. H. Eorabaceher indicates .tbit the . new proprietor pror-oacs important changes in the paper and .will undoubtedly make a successful bid for a fair share of newspaper work-in the county. <-. . - ',,/ A motley mixture of rats infest the slaughter houses which are situated north of this city. Home are tjurious animals in appearance, being all shades from puta. w%i%e to almost bluck, some spotted,/ some striped, half white, half black, all aorta of combinations of these-color-*, and exciting interest.—Northwestern Tribune. . :.:,.' i> On the authority Gf-the Mt. Pleasant Courier, the boxing: match, at the college town in the county last week was a fit spectacle for the most (•acrimonious. Hothing brutal fcboujt It at. all—-just a broken hand or two, \ noses unjoiutted," eyes slightly darkened,. cheeks bruised and several yards, mote or less of hide hangldir around loose, simply that and nothing morel Emory Fuller of Shepherd as$ O. T',-Judd ot Mt, Pleasant were th£-jrortby. -. iteotlfe- men who minisSerefl to. the wants of 200 spectators. -TWas proKounced the best "Bhow" lh town for.;.iriany a month, and there is hankering tot .mora of same kind.
|Title||1903-12-24; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Thursday, December 24, 1903 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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