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cass city c hr onigl, e - Rawson Memorial Library
CASS CITY C HR ONIGL,E
Vol. 13, No. 33.
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VASSAR HONORS VICTIM
OF SHOOTING AT WACO
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tremendous
a n d is u s i n g e v e r y a g e n c y to provide
sufficient mail sacks to handte the holi d a y gifts.
Arrangement was made
~OARD ISSUES NOTICE TO REGf o r a p p r o x i m a ~ l y the r e t u r n ef 9,000
ISTRANTS
THAT SUCH
sacks
sent abroad "with the a r m y
A I D IS A V A I L A B L E .
mails.
L ~ t of N a m e s and A d d r e s s e s of Att o r n e y s in t h e T h r e e T h u m b
12 PAGES
STATE OF MICHIGAN
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All pIaces of business w e r e closed
the f u n e r a l of Corporal E a r l K e n n a r d ,
of t h a t viIlage.
K e n n a r d w a s a c c i d e n t a l l y shot by
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The funeral was held in the Baptist
CHRISTMAS.
church. T h e c o r t e g e w a s a c c o m p a nied b y a band, G. A. R., W. R. C,
[and S p a n i s h W a r V e t e r a n d e l e g a t i o n s ,
Yokes, t t o a d l e y , Lee and M c G i l l v r a y
a s well as t h e Red Cross c h a p t e r .
N a p p y B u n c h W h e n T h e y Pull
Lucky Numbers.
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MANY VACANCIES
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PR 0 C1;A MA TI O N
~rASSAR MAN CHAIRMAN
COUNTY COAL COMMISSION
By The
Counties.
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Governor of Michigan.
To the People of Michigan: .....
It is a privilege to call your attent'ion to the C h r i s t m a s Membership C a m p a i g n i n a u g u r a t e d by the Red Cross.
W e are all f a m i l i a r with the splendid work of this w o n d e r f u l ol'ganizatlon, and it is t h e r e f o r e not n e e d f u l at thi~ t i m e to dwell at
length upon R. W h e t h e r t h r o u g h relief e x t e n d e d to the victims of
c a l a m i t y or d i s a s t e r , or to the sufferers from the h o r r o r s of w a r in
the d e v a s t a t e d c o u n t r i e s of Europe, or to the d e p e n d e n t loved ones
of soldiers who h a v e gone forth to fight for our c o u n t r y , or to our
boys in t r a i n i n g Camps both h e r e aud o v e r s e a s and in the t r e n c h e s
at the front, its merciful m i n i s t r a t i o n s are e v e r y w h e r e manifest.
tt~ appeal is u n i v e r s a l and c o m e s to each one of us, it m a t t e r s not
w h a t our race, c r e e d or condition. It was a h a p p y t h o u g h t that suggested the idea of c o m b i n i n g the spirit of the Red Cross with that
of Christmas. Both involve s e r v i c e and sacrifice, helpfulness and
humanity. L~t us m a k e this a Red Cross ( ' h r i s t m a s .
T h e r e are five million m e m b e r s of the Red Cross in our country,
.....it needs fifteen million to c a r r y on its work. Michigan has a
~n'oud place in R e d Cross activities, h a v i n g five hundred t h o u s a n d
m e m b e r s . V,/e should have at least t h r e e q u a r t e r s of a million, and
eventually a million members.
Therefore. I. Albert E. Sleeper. G o v e r n o r of Michigan, h e r e b y set
a s i d e the period from D e c e m b e r sixteenth to D e c e m b e r twentyfourth, inclusive, for the purposes of the R e d Cross C h r i s t m a s membership Campaign, and call upon nil o u r Imople to lend their assista n c e t h e r e t o by b e c o m i n g m e m b e r s or r e n e w i n g t h e i r membership~
and by enrolling o t h e r s in the Organization.
t wish also to (m.ll especial a t t e n t i o n to the Rod Cross Christmas
C e r e m o n y on the e v e n i n g before C h r i s t m a s . It is to be hoped that.
b e t w e e n the hour~ of seven-thirty o'clock and nine o'clock thereof,
~ e d Cross Christma~ Candles wilt b u r n in the w i n d o w s , that the
boils i~ the c h u r c h e s may c h i m e t h e half hours, and t h a t Christmas
Carols nmy b e s u n g in the s t r e e t s ~nd public places t h r o u g h o u t the
state, the whole a flttiag elÙso of t h e C h r i s t m a s M e m b e r s h i p Camp ~ g a and a p p r o p r i a t e to the C h r i s t m a s t i m e ; and
I r e q u e s t the Mayors of all i n c o r p o r a t e d cities in Michigan to
m a k e Uke p r o c l a m a t l o n s to their people.
:~ Given uudm" by h a n d at Lanslflg, Michigan, thi~ t e n t h day of
December, ~ku.eteen h ~ d r e d s e v e n t e e n .
,
W. K. P r u d d e n , coal c o m m i s s i o n e r
f o r M i c h i g a n , has appointed T. C.
H a l p i n of V a s s a r as c h a i r m a n of t h e
T h e r e a r e t w e l v e r u r a l c a r r i e r va- C a ~ , Mich., Dec. 8, 1917.
C a m p Dodge, i o w a ,
Tuscola c o u n t y coal commission. Dr.
cancies in S a n i l a c c o u n t y a t t h e p r e s T~ R e g i s t r a n t s a n d A t t o r n e y s of
Dec. 6, 19t7,
Chas. M o r d e n of Bad Axe w a s ape n t t i m e , and f r o m all p a r t s of t h e
Tuseola, H u r o n a n d S a n i l a c
Dear Friend Herb:
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Counties:
P r e s u m i n g t h a t you a r e still g l a d
r o n county.
~o f a s t t h e g o v e r n m e n t is l i t e r a l l y
I n o r d e r to aid r e g i s t r a n t s in anto g e t " T i d i n g s from the Four of
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s,wering t h e q u e s t i o n s w h i c h t h e y will
U s , " I shall proceed to a p p o i n t m y s e l f
meager salary in these days of high
r~emive f r o m ~he b o a r d , t h e P r e s i d e n t
as a s o r e . o f special c o r r e s p o n d e n t t o
::" ,g prices, the boys a r e being' f o r c e d to s u b s t i t u t e for" N o r k . The first t h i n g
~nd Govmmor h a v e enlisted a n d r e q t r y o t h e r lines.
"a.~itioned
the
aid of attmmeys
did w a s to e x t r a c t a p r o m i s e f r o m
t h r o u g h o u t t h e state.
him that he'd e n d o r s e anything' t
I n t h e 24th j u d i c i a l circuit, a b o a r d
m i g h t say. The n e x t ~dlt be to m a k e
eo~nsisting" of t h o s e s i g n i n g this noh i m do s o - - a rather h a r d job, too, for
lice, h a s been c o n s t i t u t e d to a r r a n g e
one a s s m a l l as I.
f~r service.
A n y h o w , he's a t his l ? e r m a n e n t ( ? )
ARE BOTH A UNIQUE INVEST"
R e g i s t r a n t s a r e t h e r e f o r e notified
job t o n i g h t , on g u a r d . As a r u l e e a c h
M E N T A N D A GOOD W A Y
t h a t t h e y can h a v e t h e s e r v i c e of a n y
f e l l o w in o u r Company i.s on g u a r d
TO t t E L P U N C L E SAM.
a ~ t o r a e y in the c i r c u i t f r e e of c h a r g e
a b o u t once in e v e r y m o n t h , b u t N o r k
t~ aid t h e m in p r e p a r i n g a n s w e r s to
NOTICE ANSWERED
IN S H O R T is a ~ exception. He's a v e r y good
the questionaire.
w o r k e r a n d t h e s u p e r i o r officers s e e m
H a v e Reen Received at t h e Lacal
O R D E R S BY M E N A T
WATSON BEACH, Circuit Judge.
to a p p r e c i a t e t h a t f a c t too, b e c a u s e
Pov,toffice and Can Be P u r CAMP CUSTER.
J. W. Q U I N N , Caro.
he is on e v e r y week a n d s o m e t i m e s
chased by A~yene.
P A U L W O O D W O R T H , Rad Axe.
twice° One w i t h less setf ~ n t r o l m i g h t
T h e list of attm~mys
so a v a i l a b l e ,
I~,el~mvs G r e a t l y A p p r e 0 i a t e KiI~dty s w e a r a blue s t r e a k . N o r k n e v e r say~
and r e s i d e n c e o f e a c h - i s as f o l l o w s :
a w o r d . (?.)
The U n i t e d States Waz-Saving.s
Acts of Tuseola C o u n t y Red
s t a m p s and the T h r i f t S t a m p s have
Ttmeola County.
The o t h e r fellows, H o a d l e y and Lee.
Cress Members.
& B. B e v e r l e y . . . . . . . . . . . . .
K i n g s t o n aaTived at the local postoffice and
a r e a t t h e " Y " t o n i e h t and I hope,
J ~ m e s D. B r ~ k e r . . . . . . . . .
Cass City a r e sold t h e r e and by the ~mral cart h e y stmoy a t l e a s t an hour, so as to
W i l l i a m J. S p e a r s . . . . . . . . . . . . .
V a s s a r riers. T h e s t a m p s promise ~0 become
g i v e m e a m p l e t i m e to c o m p l e t e m y
Co. D., 338th I n f a n t r y ,
: L. E v a n s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Millingt~n
. S. Wixson . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C a r e in.s~antI~ popular. They f u r n i s h peoC a m p Custer, MieN, Dee. 5th, 1917 let~4r, f o r when t h e ] come back i q b
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H. S m i t h . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C a r e ple of small m e a n s not only with an
j u s t s i m p l y h a v e to " h a v e a g a m e . " '
W. C. Sanson,
t { a r r y J. P. G e o r g e . . . . . . . . . . . .
C a r e o p p o r t u n i t y to stand by t h e g o v e r n W e ' v e been h a v i n g lots to keep us
Co. See. R e d Cross C h a p t e r ,
& C. C o r k i n s . . . . . . . . . . . . .
C a s s City m e n t , b u t also wKh a n especially
b u s y d u r i n g t h e p a s t two w e e k s . O u r
Care,
Michigan.
J ~ h n W. Q u i n a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Care
J o h n A. L o r a n g e r . . . . . . . . . . . .
V a s s a r good investa_~ent.
D e a r Mr. S a n s o n and Tuscola Coun- T h d n k s g i v i n g w a s one we'll long reI t is said t h a t a pt~n 'of saving" of
m e m b e r as our first a r m y Thanks.givS a n i I a e County.
t y R e d Crossm~:
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D. 8 ~ u a r t M e C l u r e . . . . . . . . .
Marlette
T l m i m m e n s e box of jellies and ing.: ! n e v e r did sit down to such a
:Hugh Morris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
iVLarlette ~Fnance f o r a n u m b e r of y e a r s , and t h e
j a m s a r r i v e d about, as h o u r a g o as fine d i n n e r as w e h a d in o u r o~ra
~ . H. Wit~ ...............B r o w n Cit_v F r e n c h people have become one of
l welI as a big s h i p m e n t of tobacco and d i n i n g r o o m , and I ' m s u r e t h a t I n e w
~rge
F1ott ...................Crosweli t h e t h r i f t i e s t in the world. T h e F r e n c h
!candy f r o m Mr. Gidley. I sent a note ~" ,did e a t so m u c h as I did t h a t day~
]~ilford M a c k l e m ........... Croswell
F, S. Veits
Deckerville p i c a has not only helped to instill t h e
~to t h e d i f f e r e n t b a r r a d~s~ !n w h i c h ~I , A ' p 6 6 r thing,.,, to be sure, to b o a s t of.
:
Governor of Michigan.
R. West ...................Deckervill~ idea of sa*~ing~in,t~ :the m i n d s of t h e
knew
T u s c o l a m e n w e r e c r a v i n g !f A n• d ' 'y e t , ",~ s not a boast , it's a c o r l G:eorge Merexiith . . . . . . . . . . M i n d e n Cff" people, b u t w i t h it h a s come ~ pmffect
fesslon.
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:swee~a,
a n d it w a s only a f e w mifiW i t l b m Dawsm-., . . . . . . . . . . -.. S a n d u s . , y confidence in -~hd 'governmea~t. l~e~
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~ m . H. Bu~wess . . . . . . . . . . . . Sandusky
...........
~ , B . Simonso, n . . . . . . . . . . . .
S a n d u s k y c e n t l y a F r e n c h loan of five bit!ior~
m u c h l a r g e r z ~ m b e r s t h a n I h a d an- !went to ~he Y. M. C. A. a u d i t o r i u m to
~i F. G a t e s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
S a n d u s k y w a s 0~ersubsc~]bed by the French
i t i c i p a t e d ; i n fac% I b e g a n to s u s p e c t a coi~cert g i v e n by B e r n a r d :Wer~:emA. F'are.
: S a n d u s k y . people .afte~ .mrrre ~
th~.~ee yeasts o£
LOCAL ITEMS
baritone.
Icon
•t h a t s e v e r a l , hearing of t h e splendid ratah¢ t h e f a m o u s
warfm~e.
I~r~n ~ounty.
g e n e r o s i t y a n d t h o u g h t f u l n e s s of the t r u t h f u ! l y s a y h e is t h e finest bari~
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~P e ~ , ~ a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sebewaing
T h e m a n w i t h ~ m R e d m e a n s - - e v e n 1 Nia~ F r u a c e s M e G i l l v v a y h a s been
T h e f ~ l o w i n g . i s a . l i s t of t h e t o w n - Tuscolites a t h o m e , h a d decided said t o n e : I h a v e e v e r h e a r d . All o£ u~
H. ~ u e r . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
P i g e o n t h e ~ehoot b o y or girl with a f e w pen.engaged. to t~ach t h e s e v e n t h a n d ship c h a i x m e n selected b y C o u n t y c o u n t y to be a p r e ~ y good place and w e r e d e l i g h t e d w i t h t h e c o n e e ~ a ~ t .
~ m . L D~Fle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EIkton
J o h n I". M u r p h y . . . . . . Harbor Beach hies ~o s p a r e now and t h e r e - - w h o e i g h t h N ~ d e ~ o f t h e G a g e t o w n s c h o o l s . C h a i r m a n E . L . . E v a n s : f o r the Red had a d o p t e d it f o r t h e i r f u t m ~ h o m e ; f o r l u c k y t h a t we h e a r d him:
~lex Guyeau ..... ............. Kinde want~ a safe a n d profitable invest- a n d . b e g a n ,her dutie~ t h e r e D e e . 3 .
C r o s s M e m b e r s h i p .. D r i v e :fo~ nex~ a s a c o n s e q u e n c e I t ~ k t h e i r n a m e s
This w e e k h a s been a w e e k Of hard1
Gi L. tbatl . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bad A x e m e n t wIfich a t the s a m e t i m e wLll
:week:
~a,ad enclose s a m e , a s s m d n g you that w o r k and drill. One of our n e w e x p e A.
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travelfl~gC. E. Ttmm.pson . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bad A x e help t h e U n ~ e d States, finds his opAkin,
E u g l n e Hesm
t h e y a r e a h a p p i e r and sweetm" bunch, rien%%s w a s being " g a s s e d . " Our
through t h e eas%ern pza~z o f t h e s t a t e
Paul W o < ~ w ~ r t h . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bad Axe
I t . T. ~o-pe.... . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B a d A x e p o r t m ] i t y in ,t~e n e w w a r s a v i n g s cer- ia t h e i n t e r e s t s o f t h e E t e r n a l R a n g e I A l m e r , H gnrg W. Beecher.
and f u r t h e r m o r e t h a t , leaving once w h o l e c o m p a n y a f t e r having- listene8
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D. W. M c L e ~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
B a d Axe tificate plan.
•' m o r e h a d a t a s t e of the jellies a n d to some h a l f dozen l e c t u r e s on g a ~
Co., c a m e S a t u r d a y to remain• until
Columbia,
H
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y
C.
Geyer.
X. A. I g d o m h o w e r . . . . . . . . . .
Bad Axe
D u r i n g December, 1917, and Jan~a- a f t e r C h r i s t m a s a t his h o m e here.
jammthat w e r e served at home, they a n d g a s a t t a c k s , w e ~ t o k e n , t o t h e
!~aytom A m o s K i n n e y .
ary, 1918
~war-savings s t a m p s will
Denmark, Peter Pardee.
lwill put g r e a t e r efforts into t h e i r t r e n c h e s w h e r e t h e gas ~aaka are,~ a n d
Mrs. H . F. t t i t t l e a n d son, Donald,
E ! k l a n d , Mrs. F. E. Kelsey.
be sold a t :$4.12 ,each, at p o s t offices,
i drilling a n d f i g h t i n g for t h e g r e a t a l l o w e d to see and smell the gaff. " f } ~
CHRISTMAS EXERCISES
Ioft F r i d a y to visit L i e u t H. F. HitE!iing'ton, C. A. F i s h .
banks, t r u s t companies, a n d m a n y
and noble p u r p o s e of once m o r e get- w a s to a c q u a i n t us with the odor of
tie, of L a n s i n g . Mrs. J. S. M c A r t h u r
E!mweod, James Purdy.
Four S u n d a y Schools Wilt P r e s e n t business h o u s e s and factories t h r o u g h - a c c o m p a n i e d t h e m as f a r as D n r a n d
ting" back to said l u x u r i e s . W e re!- the g'az, as t h e odor is in m a n y cases
F a i r g r o v e , H. D. H i n k l e y .
out the country. At the b e g i n n i n g of
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w h e r e she is v i s i t i n g a t t h e home of
Gilford, Guy Hill.
each s u c c e e d i n g m o n t h the cost of a
p r e c i a t e t h e kind acts of the m e m b e r s !prezence. W e w e r e also s h o w n the
h e r son, L. D. Me~%~%hur.
Indianfields, h~'s. L. M. t~yan.
of the Red Cros~ and r e a l i z e full w e l l ! m a s k s
and i n s h m e t e d how t.o c a r r y
The f o u r S u n d a y schools of Cass s t a m p will increase 1 cent. All w a r J - s l a t s , Claude" Cole.
Mrs. F r a n c i s K e n n e d y of VetEran
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. t h a t if w e a r e to uphold the s t a n d a r d ! a n d w e a r t h e m . W e wilt all soon be
C i t y will p r e s e n t C h r i s t m a s p r o g r a m s
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A l b e r t a , a n d two c h i l d r e n , Leone a n d
K o y l t o n , Neil Shields.
of the c o u n t y in the u : : . v .::s you :-re ~. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . :,: a L-:~ .f" c._r o'i_" 2 durir, g the w e e k preceding" C h r i s t m a s l wii1 m a t u r e J a n u a r y 1, 1928, when Grace, c a m e M o n d a y to visit at the
Millim:/ton, Mrs. A. B. P a l l a h a y .
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doing it in Red Cross and Y. M. C. A.. mont.
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h o m e s o f IVL~s. A g n e s A g a r , John KenN ovesta, Eli Stout.
we've g o t to go some.
The first ~dI1 be held a t the N. E. difference bed.wren p u r c h a s e price and n e d y a n d o t h e r r e l a t i v e s for several
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[~ consists of a song and s t o r y ser- i n t e r e s t ~he G o v e r n m e n t will p a y the
a n s w e r i n g e m e r g e n c y calls and carryMr. a n d Mrs. T h o m a s M u r p h y g a v e
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Wisner, Henry Matthews.
terly.
a reception W e d n e s d a y evening', Dec.
dren wi!! b r i n g g i f t s for the Methodist
land j a m s w e r e delivered to the foL c o m p a n y has 13 a m b u l a n c e s of which
"Fae e n t i r e w e a l t h and s e c u r i t y of 5, f o r t h e i r s~n, A r t h u r M u r p h y , a n d i H a v e your dollar r e a d y - - w e w a n t lowing m e n plus some whose names a b o u t Mx a r e busy e v e r y d a y a t t h i s
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day evening, Dec. 23, a genm~d pro- s a v i n g s certificates. No p e r s o n m a y
b
e a u t i f u and u s e f u l p r e s e n t s . A de- Cross. Do it f o r t h e boys. W e need City; Bill A d a m s , Cass City; Carroll and a r e r e s p o n s i b l e f o r the p a t i e n t s
~ r a m will be g i v e n b y t h e schooI and p u r c h a s e a t one time more t h a n $I00
S t e v e ' A t e c k , f r o m t h e t i m e t h e y leave t h e i r bari y o u r doilar to buy r a w m a t e r i a l to Ki,~kpatrick, Colling;
w o r t h , o r hoId at one time m o r e t h a n !ieious lunch ~was served,
F~e cradle roll w o r k e x e m p l i f i e d .
Care, R. F. D.; M e , tie Wi!kins, r a c k s until t h e y a r r i v e at t h e hos~
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Care;
H u g h G a r d n e r , Cass City; pital. Measles and m u m p s t a k e first
Thrift stamps castin~ 25 cents each W e d n e s d g y ~ t t h e h o m e o f her d a u g h - ! o f life d u r i n g t h e w i n t e r w e a t h e r .
~ u ~ d a y schools will hold t h e i r exerClare Becket% G a g e t o w n ;
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Waldie, K i n g s t o n ;
C l a r e n c e Kolb, l a g r i p p e run.-fing a v e r y close second.
t t h e a g e o f 81 years. T h e r e m a i n s w e r e l w a s received f o r h e l m e t s , t r e n c h caps
1~ave p r e p a ~ 3 s u i t a b l e p r o g r a m s f o r and affixed to a t h r i f t card, w h i c h is
Cass City; E r n e s t Croft, G r e e n l e a f ;
W e ' r e a h a p p y b u n c h of boys t o d a y
supplied w i t h o u t cost. These s t a m p s I b r o u g h t to Cass C i t y S a t u r d a y , i n t e r - i a n d sock~ and all o t h e r w o r k h a s been Miles Townsend, Cass City; T h e r o n W e w e r e all v e r y a,.:.uious f o r an op"the occasion.
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card w h e n filled at a cost of $4 rnay t a r y . I{usband of t h e d e c e a s e d passed ' c ° u n t y to rush the c o m p l e t i o n of t h e Gray, V a s s a r ; B r i g h a m , Miliing'ton; As only a p a r t of the c o m p a n y could
, a b o v e order, and w e a r e sm'e the good
DECKERVILLE BANK
be e x c h a n g e d for an interest~bea~dng ] a w a y t e n y e a r s a g o a n d w a s a b r ° t h - ~tadiesi
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t r e a c l y exceed Battle, Cass City; Green, M i l l i n g t o n ; be allqw.ed to go f o r ::.uy l e n g t h of
CASHIER ARRESTED war-savings s t a m p by turning t h e l e t of J o h n R i t t e r of G r e e n l e a f and
Wrigh% C a r e ; L N m , C a r e ; Rundalt, time, ,~ b ~ t e r y was held to d e t e r m i n e
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On c o m p l a i n t of t h e F a r m e r s S t a t e tween $4 and the cu~Tent price of .~
' T ~ n schedules w e r e a w r y the first i f o r w a r d f r o m t h e s u r g i c a l d e p a r t m e n t ton; D u n c a n D e w a r , Reese; J o h n I of ' a s . w e r e d r a w n and n o w w e ' r e
B a n k of D e c k e r v i l i e o ~ c e r s , J o h n
w a r - s a v i n g s s~amp.
With the first of the w e e k b..cau~e~,
~ of t h e snow s t o r m .
Bill H u r l e y , ""-~ss i count'no'.~
-o +he,, hours until the 20th. W e
compac¢iOf~ t h e Tascola c h a p t e r of t h e A m e r L Craig', V a s s a r ;
N a t h i e s o n , cashim;, is in jail a t San- w a r - s a v i n g s s t a m p bought t h e pur- Sunday
n:a~e b i g and
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a a k e C o l l e x p e c t z.o be able to get h o m e b y Satcan Red Cross, the sewin~j department C i t y ; Bill Lewis, Co~1"~
d u s k y on a c h a r g e o f e m b e z z l i n g $25,- c h a s e r will obtain withou~ c h a r g e a
drifts. The concert
c o m o a n y whic]~
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s e n t f o r w a t ' d ~ 5 0 operating- h e l m e t s , ling, C o l h n g ; Iifam.y K a r t w b k . Mil- urday noon, DEc. 22rid.. and w e s t a y
~R)0 of the b a n k s ' funds.
T h e b a n k war-savings
certificate
c o n t a i n i n g w a s to a p p e a r nero M o n d a y n i g h t w a s ' ! 0 o p e r a t i n g l e g g i n g s , 25 bed s o c k s , : l i n g t o n ;
Collindero V a s s a r ; Vernon for I0 days. So ~)a~nt the town red or
itself is no~ affecte, d by t-he t r a n s a c - i space f o r 20 of these stamps.
unable to a r r N e until T?desday. The 10 g o w n s , 2 1 . 0 hospit21 be,~ shirts, 160 McConnell, Cass City ;-~¢;cnur
.....
()laG we'll do it, '/or you. \~e'r~. c,omin~j for
tion, it being" p r o t e c t e d "by bonds a n d
170 n i g h t i n g a l e s , 10 hot, • G a g e t o w ~ : Reif, Coiling'; Harold .""
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If the 20 spaces are filled prior to a u d i e n c e a s s e m b l e d a t t h e opera house p a j a m a s ,
~h:•~ tim.:> c~ c u r "!ive,s. WE i n t e n d to
t%C ~ ,;
-ihe Stockholders. who quickIy m a d e
bag e o v e ~ .
" Cass City; M. B. Anion, Cass C,;t,:.
J a n u a r y 1, ]918, the cost to t h e pur- ~E4onday evening- w e r e f a v o r e d by eu- renter
~-~u~ all the _yah,oils wi.tc>b~ ten miies~
ff.'~}e knitting: . d e p a r t m e n t s
sent
,rood the s h o r t a g e .
c h a s e r will have been $I.12 for each t e r t a i n m e n t by home t a l e n t which was !f;O s w e a t e r s , 180 socks, !35 w r i s t l e t s ,
go skating' and last b~t not least, to
i"
Mathieson, w h o w a s a Y. 5{. C. A.
s t a m p , or $82.40 for the filled certifi- produced on short notice b u t was none 155 mufflers.
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s e c r e t a r y a n d prominent• in t h e comSocks
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m u n i t y , is d e c l a r e d to h a v e spent the
7 pr. 15 I
OF THE NEXT DRAFT
ernmert will r e d e e m it at $i00, g~v- and N[is¢ .,~ura~- De~Vitt g a v e a piano F a i r g r o v e . . . 19 $5 p r .
weig-h at l e a s t ten pounds m o r e t h a n
m o n e y in s~oek s p e e u l a t i 0 n a n d getCass
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we r e a s o n a b l y o u g h t to, and t h a t ' s
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30 27 pr. 2 7 p r .
~'ich-quick-sehemes. H e w a s a t r u s t or, in an i n S e r e s d n g w a y , r e l a t e d his G a g e t o w n . . . 4 16 pr. 15pz. 23 t
f o r t~m use of his nmney.
O F CASS C I T Y not aI!.
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1 pr,
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Money
derived fron~ war-savh-~gs e x ~ r i e n c e s in A f r i c a w h i l e e m p l o y e d Milling%on . . .
So w i t h g r e e t i n g s to o u r f r i e n d s
g'ood habits g e n e r a l l y . I{e w a s .marT h e r e will be a b a n q u e t f o r you a t
4
14 pr. 15
i n v e s t m e n t s will be used to m e e t the as a m i n i n g e n g i n e e r a n d in t h e set- M,ayvitle . . . .
t i e d and his at~'est c o m e s as a g ~ e a t
I Unionvitle . . . 4
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surprise.
evening, the concert, b y Jes~f KoSincerely yours,
Governor S l e e p e r , F r a n k . H u b b a r d , part of d~ese funds will be e.~pended necny, B o h e m i a n viotL~is% M a r y Tris,
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R. E. _Z A K E S .
S e n a t o r F o r f e i t e r , Carl L. Opp, J o h n within t h e U n i t e d States.
kits and s w e a t e r s t~ a!l you c o n s c r i p t s
pianiste, and M a r t h a Stelzl, soprano, [
HOWARD HOADLEY~
R y a n , W i l l i a m H. A i t k e n and o t h e r
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COMING AUCTIONS.
T h e r e ' s a Difference,
HAROLD LEN.
m e n s t r o n g financially a r e amon~z t h e
~one of you t h e r e .
m u s i c lovei~ a m o n g the b e s t e v e r gdv-,
NORMAN ~cGILLV:RAYo
stockholders. T h e y q u i c k l y c ~ v e r e d
To be f o r c e d down and out ia a mis- en• her~ f r o m the a r t i s t i c vie~-point.
Locke It. W r i g h t of G r a n t t o w n s h i p ,
a n y loss to t h e b a n k a n d t h a t instit~- f o r t u n e ; to s t a y d o ~ and ou~ is a All t h r e e m u s i c i a n s w e r e e s p e c i a l l y ~.Tlios. Gillies of N o v e s t ~ t o w n s h i p a n d
Size D o e s n ' t Cou~t.
.tion is d o i n g busLuess as u s u a l , ,~o -];~rneo.
talent;
TNus f a r t h e d e c a l i c e , a r e Alonzo B i n g h a m of E : m w o o d t o w n • Comforting, If You Have It.
I t i s n ' t t h e m a n w i t h t h e bigges~
that its standing in the community is
c~urse h a s p r o v e n v e r y ,satisfactory ship, a n n o u n c e a u c t i o n sales on t h e i r
n o t affected..~Poz~ H m ~ n T i m e s - t t e x and t h e ! ~ m a i n i n g n u m b e r s look as faz~ms n e x t week.
FuLl p a r t i c u l a r s f e e t w h o a l w a y s leaves t h e b i g g e s t
I n a p o u n d of coal t h e r e a r e 8,000
Md.
prompt.,
a r e p r i n t e d on p a g e s 2 ::nd 4.
!foot p r i n t s o n % h e s a n d s of time.
heat units.
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P A G E TWO.
C A S S CITY CHRONICLE
Published Weekly.
i all."
[ M a l v i n a and G r a c e Gilbert have
i b e e n a b s e n t f o r a f e w days.
T h e T r i - C o u n t y C h r o n i c l e a n d Cass I W e all e n j o y e d o u r ~wo d a y s ' vaea~ t y E n t e r p r i s e c o n s o l i d a t e d A p r . 20, I t i o n l a s t w e e k v e r y much.
R a y N.cCastin h a d c h a r g e of m o r n i n g e x e r c i s e s t h i s Week.
S u b s c r i p t i o n p r i c e - - O n e gr., $1.50;
W i l f o r d L e p l a h a s c h a r g e of in8 m o n t h s , $1; 6 m o n t h s , 75c; 4 a d s . ,
[
5Gc, All p a s t d u e s u b s c r i p t i o n s u p to s p e c t i n ~ t h e d e s k s t h i s week.
]F'eb. 1, 1917, will b e f i g u r e d a~ t h e o l d
W e a r e l e a r n i n g t w o X m a s songs.
~ate of $1.00 p e r y e a r . A f t e r ~hat W e like t h e m v e r y much.
d ~ t e t h e r a t e o f $1.50 is effective.
Abina and Martha Garety and Har~adian
s u b s c r i p t i o n s , $2.00 p e r yr.
ah~c::t :to::: ;:ho~: b ~+I
A.dvect:s::~g ~aLes ms,l<:. ]; :.~'-i c~::) ,~:,] r r ,,
application.
Tuesday.
Entered
as s e c o n d c l a s s m a t t e r
E r n e s t B a r n e s s t a r t e d to school
A p r . 27, 1906, a t t h e postoffice a t
~ a s s City, M i c h i g a n , u n d e r t h e Acll M o n d a y .
W e a r e g o i n g to s t a r t to p r a c t i c e
e f C o n g r e s s o f M m ' c h 3, 1879.
H. F. L e n z n e r , P u b l i s h e r .
f o r X m a s p r o g r a m fl:is week.
I R e p o r t e r s , E d i t h Vogel a n d MAHe
DO
TEBM$ USE9 :N FEEDING
Scientific
Nomenclature Reduced t ~
E v e r y - D a y Meanings.
[N~.tionat Crop ImprovementL~u'Vice.]
Stock~ood c o n s i s t s briefly o'; t h r e e
c h i e f t~arts o r c o m p o u n d s , o m i t t i n g
the water and minerals. They are:
Protein (containing nitrogen), a
muscle former.
Fat ( n o t c o n t a i n i n g n i t r o g e n ) , a
f u e l or f a t t e n i n g s u b s t a n c e .
C a r b o h y d r a t e s ( m e a n i n g m a d e of
carbon, h y d r o g e n a n d o x y g e n ) .
_..g..
_J
o r g a n i c m a t t e r , b e c a u s e t h e y will
~)urn.
M i n e r a l m a t t e r is c a l l e d i n o r g a n i c .
An a n i m a l can live on p r o t e i n a l o n e ,
but would not under ~rmal
conditions, b e c a u s e p r o t e i n f'Br a l b u m e n )
is only f o u n d m i x e d w i t h f a t in t h e
~ " " . . . . . . . * .... "'~ . . . . . . . . . . . *'*~' . . . . . . . . * " * " ' " ' ~ / G a r e t y .
case of m e a t a n d w i t h f a t a n d c a r b o .
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~.[ T e a c h e r , Loots P. Hewitt.
h y d r a t e s in t h e c a s e of p l a n t s a n d
cereMa.
F a m i l i a r e x a m p l e s of p r o ..
~
Withey School.
t e i n a r e w h i t e of egg, l e a n m e a t a n d
T h e W i t h e y school wilt e n t e r t a i n b y t h e g l u t e n w h i c h c a n be c h e w e d o u t
Crawford School
g i v i n g a p r o g r a m f o r a p i e - s h a d o w of w h e a t . Fat or oil we all k n o w .
Carbohydrates
include
sugar,
Motto " T h e r o p e s o f t h e p a s t r i n g s o c i a l Dee. 19, W e d n e s d a y next. E v u t a r c h , c e l l u l o s e , fibre, g u m s , etc.
t h e bells of t h e f u t u r e . "
d r y l a d y r e q u e s t e d to b r i n g pies. E v To k e e p aliv¢ a n d n o t lose w e i g h t
Those neither absent ~or"tardy this eryone weIcome.
an a n i m a l must. h a v e s m a l l a m o u n t s
month
are:
Carrie
B r o ~ m , Doris
J a m e s S a n g s t e r h a s been a b l e to of p r o t e i n , a n d l a r g e r a m o u n t s o f f~t
C o o p e r , E s t e l l a H i c k s , Stem% H e n - a n s w e r roll call e v e r y d a y t h i s t e ~ n , or c a r b o h y d r a t e s .
T h e y s e r v e as
d e r s o n , G l e n n C r a w f o r d , ' L i l a h C r a w - " A f e w w e e k s a g o we e n j o y e d a b u i l d i n g m a t e r i a l to r e p l a c e w o r n - o u t
9
f o r d , T h e l m a H e n d e r s o n a n d A r t h u r m a r s h m a l l o w r o a s t in h o n o r of R o y t i s s u e a n d flesh a n d a l s o to f u r n i s h
Underwear, Shoes, Rubbers, Overshoes,~and in fact, everything one would want
power (energy) to move, work, and @
Henderson.
'Allen, Who m o v e d to Cuss City.
to,eat and wear at right prices and we will use you right.
We are practicing for our ChristT h e s n o w s t r a t a c a u s e s m a n y a b s e n t do all t h e i n s i d e w o r k of t h e b o d y .
The ash or mineral matter furm a s e n t e r t a i n m e n t f o r M o n d a y , Dec. a n d t a r d y m a r k s t h i s m o n t h .
¢.
n i s h e s b o n e m a t e r i a l a n d is a l s o n e c 24. E v e r y o n e c o r d i a l l y i n v i t e d .
E s s i e P h e t t e p I a c e is back to school
e s s a r y b u t a b u n d a n t in n a t u r e .
A
T h e v i s i t o r s t h i s m o n t h a r e B e a - a f t e r a t w o w e e k s ' absence on acg r o w i n g a n i m a l n e e d s p l e n t y of p r o trice
Cooper, Iris
Whale,
Hollis c o u n t of t a g r i p p e .
t e i n a n d a s h ( b o n e f o o d ) a n d of carB r o w n , I r m ~ Perry,, G a t h a M y e r s ,
T h e first g r a d e h a v e c o m m i t t e d to b o h y d r a t e s a n d f a t . A g r o w n - u p a n i ~ { a r t h a C o l e m a n , L u c i t e Leek, Alice m e m o r y , " S t a r s a n d Daisies."
m a l n e e d s less of e i t h e r t h e first t w o ,
C r a w f o r d , Win. P a t c h , jr., a n d H a r r y
E v e r y o n e is e a r n e s t l y w o r k i n g on b u t p l e n t y of t h e last two. A p r e g Perry.
t h e i r pieces f o r t h e fine p r o g r a m be- n a n t a n i m a l n e e d s p l e n t y of f o o d f o r +
S o m e of t h e p u p i l s h a v e been en- i n g p r e p a r e d . T h e f u t u r e looks good. its u n b o r n y o u n g .
gaged
a f t e r school in w r i t i n g t h e
BUYING FEED INGffED~ENTS
word "whisper."
SHABBONA.
Edna
Horner and Clare Crawford
Difficult to Buy Proper Feed Stuffs at
b~ave p a s s e d from t h e t h i r d to f o u r t h
Random.
The S h a b b o n a C r e a m e r y has closed
[Natio}~al C.voD :[mDrnveme~tSe:'v~e~]
grade.
for t h e p r e s e n t time.
There are not a dozen feed stores
R e p o r t f o r mon.th e n d i n g Nov. 23,
A n u m b e r of c h i l d r e n in this vicini- in t h e c o u n t r y t h a t c a r r y in s t o c k all
N u m b e r o f p u p i l s e n r o l l e d this
t h e i n g r e d i e n t s o f a first-class m i x e d
t y have-tlde p i n k eye.
m o n t h , 16 boys, 20 g i r l s ; to~al 3~
feed at all t i m e s a n d at r e a s o n a b l e
E. J. Riley o f E l m e r was a buMTotal days attendance .........
575~/~
prices, a n d u s u a l l y t h e y do n o t c a r r y
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f e e d s of t h e s a m e h i g h q u a l i t y u s e d
Montie
P h e t t e p l a c e of S a n d u s k y by t h e mixer, s w h o w o r k s c i e n t i f i c a l l y
:Per c e n t of a t t e n d a n c e . . . . . . . . . . .
80
through a l a b o r a t o r y . T h i s is human
N ~ n e i t h e r t a r d y n o r a b s e n t . . . . . . 8 sper~t 'Sunday aL his h o m e he.re. ~
T e a c h e r , Gall S h a r p .
A b a b y g i r l w a s b o r n to Mr. a n d n a t u r e . C o m p e t i t i o n c o m p e l s a d e a l e r
to sell t h e c,h e a p e s t q u a l i t y . T h e b e s t
Reporter, Mildred Sutton.
Mrs. l o s . B r o w n Monday, Dee. 10.
q u a l i t y of f e e d is s e l d o m c a r r i e d , be~
E d . S m i t h of S a n d u s k y s p e n t S u n - c a u s e t h e a v e r a g e b u y e r will n o t p a y
B r o w n School.
d a y a t t h e h o m e o f B. F. P h e t t e p l a e e . t h e M g h e s t price. A g o o d m a n y exM o t t o - - " N o t a t t h e t o p , b u t climb- • T h e Leslie School was closed l a s t p e r i m . e n t s t a t i o n s in a g e n e r a l w a y
i~g."
w e e k . . S c a r l e t f e v e r a t the h o m e of will a d v o c a t e t h a t a f a r m e r m i x all
his o w n feed, b u t t h e y a r e h u m a n l i k e
K e n n e t h M c L a r t y w o n the spelling'. Arthur: M e r e d i t h .
t h e rest of us a n d t h e y will u s e r e c o g con.test of t h e f i r s t f o u r .;~'rades.
Some
real winter weather from nized b r a n d s in t h e i r o w n f e e d i n g
Plans are being made for a Chrbt- Sat~rday-until
M o n d a y , b o t h v e r y o p e r a t i o n s r a t h e r t h a n go to t h e t r o u mas program.
cold a n d s t o r m y .
ble a n d t a k e t h e t i m e to f o l l o w t h e i r
Number pupils enrolled ..........
2
No : p r e a c h i n g " services here or af. o w n a~tvice.
There are ~ good many herds at
T o t a l da'ys a t t e n d a n c e t h i s me...~390.5 D e c k e r S u n d a y on a c c o u n t , of t h e
e x p e r i m e n t s t a t i o n s w h i c h a r e k e p t a,~
Teta! days absence ............
20.5 s t o r m a n d bad roads.
s o r t of a clinic f o r p r o f e s s o r s to p r a c A v e r a g e daily a t t e n d a n c e . . . . . . t8.5
Mrs. W m . S o f t e n of A r g y l e , w h o tice t h e o r i e s u p o n . T h e p o o r b r u t e s
P e r e e n t of a t t e n d a n c e . . . . . . . . . . .
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i!........................'.-............................ . - Those who were neither absent nor
On t h e o t h e r
D. Jones, r e t u r n e d to h e r h o m e T h u r s - in h o s p i t a l p r a c t i c e .
t a r d y Elsie C a m p b e t I , T h e l m a S t o n e ,
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t o ,be f o u n d m a n y of t h e finest a n i M,r:
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Kent Parrott, Mildred Deming, Harm a t s e v e r bred.
H a y w a r d , a n d d a u g h t e r , Olive, a r e
T h e m i x e d f e e d s of t h e firs~ g r a d e
old H e n d r i e k a n d ' G e r a l d B u t l e r .
V i s i t o r s : Etme<" D e n e e n , Litah H e n - v i s i t i n g t h e foz~mer's sister, Mrs. Bare can b o r e d a l o n e o r in C o n n e c t i o n w i t h
h o m e - g ~ o w a c o r n , o a t s or b a r l e y . To
drick, Win. B a r b e r ,
M a u d P a r r e t % W e l c h , of D e t r o i t .
B u r t L o u c k s , w h o h a s been a b s e n t do this w i d e n s your: r a t i o n , ..and it is
I r e n e Hall, Win. T u r n e r .
c o r r e c t to do s o if it will -reduce y o u r
T h e e i g h t h g r a d e h a v e c o m p l e t e d f r o m !iis d u t i e s a t t h e E h l e r s & A u s - cost of f e e d i n g . Mixed f e e d s , there-~he s~.udy of Asia a n d wiI1 b e g i n w o r k l a n d e r s t o r e f o r t h e p a s t t h r e e days, fore. a r e l a r g e l y a m a t t e r of a r i t h h a s been sick w i t h l a g r i p p e .
~n Africa.
metic.
School Notes
il
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We have a complete line o f
Holiday
-
Goods
Toys, China, Dolls; large variety of Xmas Candy and
Nuts, Handkerch iefs. Aprons, Dresses, Dress Goods.
Clothing, Work Coats, Overcoats, Mackinaws, Sweaters
Dressed Poultry W a n t e d
i
December
8,
9,
Oo
We wil buy all kinds of dressed poultry. We
pay highest market prices for nice|y dressed
fowls. Care should be taken in dressing. Don't
scald too hard. Crops must be empty. Do not tear
the skin in picking.
We wilt buy New Year's poultry December
and
Highest prices paid for butter and eggs.
Eb ers & Auslander
i
I
Shabbona, ?i ch gan
Ul liC A.ucl:'ion I
All e~Qoyed t h e box soeiat a n d pro-.
e64~s m n o u n t e d to $23.25, h a i l
of
p r o c e e d s w e r e g'iven to R e d Cross so-ciety.
T h e school is t r a v e I i n g f r o m N e w
' Y o r k C i t y to San F r a n c i s c o by m e a n s
"of an a u t o race. T h e O v e r l a n d car,
W}%i&: b e l o n g s to t h e
t h i r d gu'ade,
) c a d s , it b e i n g 45 m i l e s f r o m coast.
.The f o u r t h g r a d e h a s a W i n t o n and
is 40 miles. T h e Dod~'e is ow~ed by
e i g h t h g r a d e a n d t h e F o r d by first
g'rade,
each bCng" -20 m i l e s
h era
coast.
The
B u i c k is o w n e d by the
second g r a d e , a n d is 15 miles. FOil:re
a r e c o u n t e d on t a r d i n e s s , w h i s p e r i n g
a n d spe]lino:.
R e p o r t e r s , E l s i e C a m p b e U and
Carmen Wanner.
T e a c h e r , E d i t h Hail.
F r e n e h t o w n School.
" S t r i v i n g t o w a r d s eff, c i m m y . "
S c a r l e t i n a is a t H i r a m McKellar's.
A n u m b e r w h o h a v e been a b s e n t
a n d helping, w i t h t h e f a r m worl: h a v e
n o w all r e t u r n e d to school.
T h e n e t p r o c e e d s of t h e box soeiaI
w e r e $20.50. A l a r g e n u m b e r a t t e n d ed a n d it w a s a p p r e c i a t e d by all. We
h a v e p u r c h a s e d s o m e pictm'es. T h e y
a r e H o r s e F a i r , S p i r i t of '76 aP.d a
fine sepia t o n e of th'esiden~ Wilson.
W e purchased two m i r r o r s and two
p e n c i l s h a r p e n e r s . W e w i s h ~o t h a n k
e v e r y o n e f o r t h e i r p r e s e n c e t]:at eve~ i n ~ w i t h us. Althoug-h
the Drag'ram
t a s t e d one a n d o n e - h a l f h o u r s i.t was
i n t e r e s t i n o , f r o m t h e begim:hzg' to t h e
eild.
The
spelling
contest Wednesday
g a v e L e n a L a P r a t t first, Marie Dillon second a n d H a r o l d H o b a r t t h i r d .
M i s s e s iVf'.~rguerite R a b i d e a u , a e a , n e t t e A r c h e r a n d V i d a Gostin v i s i t e d
school l a s t W e d n e s d a y a f t e r n o o n .
T h e r e w a s no school T h u r s d a y a n d
F r i d a y b e c a u s e of T h a n k s g ' i v i n g vacation.
Charles and T o n y Gravac have left
gchooI. T h e y h a v e m o v e d to U n i o n ville.
,
Teacher, Miltard
Fithnore.
Stone S c h o o l .
O u r m o t t o - - " S i n h a s . m a n y tools,
b u t a tie is a h a : ~ I e t h a t fits t h e m
T h e Sir K n i g h t s of the M a c c a b e e s
i n i t i a t e d into t h e i r o r d e r F r e d
and
E r n e s t P a r r o t t a n d ~ I m e r Gibbs F r i d a y e v e n i n g , a f t e r which t h e ladies
g a v e an o y s t e r s u p p e r . All e n j o y e d a
fine t i m e .
Mr. a n d Mrs. T h r o o p 6f S a g i n a w ,
sate
o r g a n i z e r s of the Maccabees,
a n d Mr. and Mrs. Nell K e n n e d y of
D e f o r d w e r e e n t e r t a i n e d at. the h o m e
of E d . ! h e t t e p l a c e F r i d a y evenin?" a t
a six o'clock d i n n e r .
Just Tired.
"\Vhat°s the m a t t e r with m y fountain Den?" asked one user of a n o t h e r .
" I t w o n ' t write. T h e r e ' s ink In it; it
h a s beet: c~ear)ed. Maybe i~ needs a
n e w point."
" E v e r t r y p u t t i n g it auide a n d g i v i n g
it a rest?"
"NO."
" T h e n t r y it."
" T h e complaini~tg m a n did, N o w he
t h i n k s he has so~ved the m y s t e r y o f
/he cra:;kiness of f o u n t a i n Dens. H e
h a s teavned t h a t re~ting takes out ohe
of t h e k i n k s . - - N e w York Sun.
A d v e r t i s e i t in t h e Chronicle.
Having decided to rent my farm, I wilt sell the
property described below at auction 5 miles south and
2
miles west of Cass City, or 1 mite north and
miles west of Deford, on
THE MANURIAL ~NGREDIENT$ OF
FEEDS.
[ N a t i o n s ] (?Vop ][mprovmaenZ Service.]
N i t r o g e n is t h e m o s t i m p o r t a n t a n d
most valuable fertilizing element supplied by f e e d s , and it is in t h i s element that
t h e y s h o w ti~e g r e a t e s t
variation.
Tim Connecticut Experiment Station s t a t e s t h a t it was f o u n d tha.t the
average mixed fertilizer contained
2.95 p e r c e n t n i t r o g e n a n d s h o w e d in
NOVESTA.
a table t h a t e i g h t e e n of fifty-two difH e n r y Glazier s p e n t a f e w d a y s a t ferent f e e d s c o n t a i n e d 3.92 per cent.
A m o n g t h i s list is c o t t o n s e e d a n d linClifford l a s t week.
seed m e a l s , gl,~ten seed, m i d d l i n g s ,
R e l a t i v e s f r o m Midland visited at b r e w e r s ' and d i s t i l l e r s ' product:L a n d
t h e h b m e of W a l t e r
M c I n t y r e l a s t a few of the f e e d mixtures,
It is obvious, therefore, that a wise helection
week.
Miss M a u d e P a r r o t t of K i n g s t o n of feeds enhances the value of the
m a n u r e a n d c o n s e q u e n t l y p l a y s an
v i s i t e d h e r p a r e n t s over t h e w e e k i m p o r t a n t p a r t h~ f a r m e c o n o m y .
end.
BARLEY
PRODUCTS.
W a l t e r A n t h e s and' fatuity visited a t
[Nat, ional Crop I)~(Drt)le))~efll R(~I'VICe.]
t h e h o m e of his f a t h e r , M / A n t h e s ,
P r o f . J. p. S t r e e t . in t h e A n n u a l
last Wednesday.
R e p o r t of t h e C o n n e c t i c u t A g r i e u t Gee. C o u l t e r r e t u r n e d f r o m C a m p t ~ r a l S t a t i o n for ! 9 1 2 . says:
"Tibet
C u s t e r l a s t W e d n e s d a y a f t e r an ab- m a l t s p r o u t s s h o u l d r e c e i v e m o r e c o n ~idgration f r o m d a i r y m e n , e s p e c i a l l y
sence of two w e e k s .
A d e l b e r t H e n d r i e k of Pontiac visit- in comparison with many or t h e proed a t t h e h o m e of A r t h m ' A n t h e s
~from S a t m ' d a y u n t i l Monday.
Miss
F r a n c e s Goodalt visited
at
t h e h o m e of Mr. a n d Mrs. F r e d J o h n s t o n n e a r D e f o r d several days last
week.
tP~zy B o u g h t o n w a s a g u e s t a t the
h o m e of J. H. C o u l t e r T h u r s d a y a n d
Friday.
He l e f t f o r D e t r o i t w h e r e
he e n l i s t e d in the. navy.
N. flcCu|lough, Auctioneer
You can" u s u a l l y g e t t h e r e s u l t f o r
less m o n e y t h a n by f e e d i n g m o r e expensive grains separately.
i.>
Wednesday,,
g.
@
C o m m e n t i n g at One O'clock:
#.
¢.
¢.
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4.
f r o m o n e - t h i r d to o n e - h a l f as m u c ! :
p r o t e i n as m a l t ~ p r e u t s , p r i c e s b e i n g
considered."
I0le also s~,ate~
~
that dried hrewers'
g r a i n s , p r i c e s c o n s i d e r e d , in c ~ n n e c l i(~n wit}~ t h e r e e d ' s })igh a n a l y s i s , is
(me of t h e c h e a p e s t h i g h - ~ r a d e feed~
on t h e market.
IN A MIXED
old
....
°
Deemng binder
McCormick mower
Osborne h a y r a k e
Ga e bean puller, good as new
Moore riding plow, nearly new
American cultivator
Superior drill
Giant cultivator
N a r r o w tire w a g o n
Parker sleighs, nearly new
Sto~e boa% new
S t u m p machine with all blocks and 68
ft. of chain
Feed cooker
Side S c r a p e r
FEED?
A high-grade m i x e d feed sui.ta.ble
for a n y k i n d or b r e e d or d a i r y c o w
should have high protein co~t~t,
with a~ ~,xaet d i g e s t i b l e a n a l y s i s .
It
can be m i x e d w i t h corn, oats, b a r l e y ,
~'ha.y or o t h e r f o r a g e , which s h o u l d be
,I
g r o w n u p o n th~ f a r m . p r o v i d e d t h e
mixture ~ould save the fa.r~er any
mon~7. A ~ a r u l e , t h e i n g r e d i e a t , of
~he hig~hest ~ r a ~ s ~re corn, distilterW
~r~'tn~., g l u t e n f~ed. c o t t o n s e e d m e a l ,
h o m i ~ y m~al, m a l t s p r o u t s , b r e w e r s '
I~raI~s, l ~ s ~ d
meal, pure wheat br~n
~ d cult. T h e b e s t g r a d e s c o n t a i n ~o
~ l ~ a p it.tt~ra ~f a n y k i n d a n d so t h e
t0o4 i~ hig:hty c o n c e n t r a t e d a n d
¢ ~ a ~ h a ~ o c a ~ b~ supvlied at hom~.
~
S p r i n g t o o t h harrow, 17 t o o t h
2 sets spike t o o t h h a r r o w
One-horse cultivator
Tile machine, 4 to 6 in.
Double seated buggy
Cutter
Open b u g g y
Set heavy double h a n l e s s
Set single harness
Well driving set, 60 ft. of pipe
Some 2 inch casing
Hand drill w i t h all a t t a c h m e n t s
-~.
Complete set o f blacksmith tools
Grindstone
Wood rack
One 16 ft. chain
One 11 f t chain
Wire stretchers
Scoop shovel
Hay rack and box, new
Set of 3 - h m ~ e whiffletrees
2 sets of doubletrees
Potato planter
4 corn planters
Beet fork
Potato fork
3 pitch forks
Barley fork
4-horse collars
Crobar
Bean picker
Corn sheller
Hay knife
Cross cut saw
12 acres bean pods
Spring seat
Straw stack
Quantity o f h a y
4 loads of corn fodder
Some chQp feed
Barrels, forks, rakes, hoes, shovels,
spades and other articles too numerous to mention
Brown m a r e 15 y e a r s old, wt. 1300
B a y m a r e coming 3 years, wt. 1200
R o a n m a r e coming 4-years, wt. 950
R e d and w h i t e cow, 8 y e a r s old, calf
b y ,side
~JL Holstein cow, 8 years old, due Jan
18, 1918
Black and white cow, 4 years old, due
Feb. 18
Black cow, 3 years old, calf by side
Red cow 3 years old, due Dec. 31
Red heifer 3 years old, supposed to be
with calf
Spotted heifer 2 years old
Red heifer coming 2 years old
Red and white heifer 1 year oid
7/.~ Holstein bull calf, coming 1 year
I)rietary mixed feeds containing only
WHAT'S
Dec,-. [email protected]
T E R M s - A l l s u m s of $5.00 a n d u n d e r , cash ; over that amount, 12
monthS' time on good approved endoreed note~ at 7 per e ~ t i ~ ~
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CASS C I T Y C H R O N I C L E , C A S S CITY, MICH., D E C E M B E R 14, 1917
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I YULETIDS FSAST5
i
.~{E C h r i s t m a s dinner is a l e a s
e v e r y w h e r e , but, olh how dif
ferent !
Should you f e a s t at a F r e n c h tab!,
y o u would be s e r v e d a fowl (cooked
a n d g a r n i s h e d in the perfect w a y in
which the F r e n c h do such things) and
l i v e r p u d d i n g rich with truffles a n t
seasoning.
In Spain you would begin your din.
her with a soup of sweet almonds an~
cream, followed by fish roasted befor~
the fire and basted with lemon, chop.
9 e d garlic a n d oit.
Quite in c o n t r a s t is the Russia[
C h r i s t m a s dinner, t h e f e a t u r e s bein~
t h e n a t i o n a l soup (a mixture of beef
bouillon, boiled cabbage, s o u r c r e a ~
a n d the f e r m e n t e d j u i c e of beet roots)
s e r v e d a t a n y t i m e during the day, an~
y o u n g pig.
Should you d i n e in Italy you would
find the principal dish was eels, one
being served to eaci~ guest rolled in a
l a u r e l l e a f a n d t h d dinner being served
b e t w e e n eight a n d twelve in t h e evenlng.
T h e r e g u l a t i o n German Christmas
d i n n e r consists of r o a s t goose ~tuffed
w i t h chestnuts, p o r k boiled with sauerk r a u t , b e e f w i t h s o u r sauce, black puddings, s m o k e d goose, baked apples, etc.!
Swiss c o n f e c t i o n e r y , cake, f r u i t and t
n u t puddings, G e n e v a f r i t t e r s a n d a!
p a s t e m a d e o f fruits, spices, marina. I
lade, eggs a n d k i t s c h are included in I
t h e C h r i s t m a s d i n n e r in Switzerland. i
w h e r e t h e piece d e . r e s i s t a n c e is roasi t
g o o s e . ~ P h i l a d e l p h i a Record.
t
T
G
I W h e r e every prospeck p~eases an' only
m a n is vile!
B u t g r a n ' m a she has n e v e r been to
see a w i l d w e s t show,
;F
f ~ T H E R eagls ~ e W i l l i a m , siste~
N o r re~d the life el D a n i e l Boone or
calls ~ne Will,
else I guess she'd k n o w
M o t h e r calls ~ne Willie, b u t the
i f ' h a t Buffalo Bill and cowboys is good l ~ &
~ellers call me B i l l !
N interesLing m e t h o d of m a k i n g
e n o u g h ]or m e ~
M i g h t y glad i ain't a g i r t ~ m t h v r be a
Christmas gifts is described in
Exeep' Yest Vote Christmas, w h e ~ I ' m
boy
the W o m a n ' s H o m e Companion.
good
a~
I
k
i
n
be.
W i t h o u t then~ sashes, curls an' t h i n g s
The w r i t e r s a y s :
that's w o r n by F a u n t l e r o y !
" L a s t year, j u s t b e f o r e Christmas,
Love to c h a w n ~ green apples an' go A n d the~'~ old Sport, he h a n g s around one of my sisters said to me, 'I w a n t
so
solemn-like
an'
still,
s w i m m i n ' in the lake;
to give m o t h e r some silk f o r a w a i s t
H a t e to take the caster i~e t h e y give H i s eyes t h e y keep a'sayin' " W h a t ' s this year, but I don't k n o w w h e t h e r
t
h
e
matter,
little
Bill?"
~or belly ache!
she would r a t h e r h a v e black or laven'Most all the time, the w h o l e year T h e old eat s n e a k s dowr~ o~ her perch der, a n d it spoils all t h e f u n asking.'
a
n
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r
s
w
h
a
t
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s
become
round, there ain't no flies on me,
"As you see, w e w e r e a f a m i l y who
B u t lest 'yore C h r i s t m a s I ' m as good O] t h e m t w o enemies of horn that used gave one a n o t h e r p r a c t i c a l presents.
to
m
a
k
e
t
h
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n
g
s
h
u
m
.
a~ I k i n be?
B u t I a m so per~tte an' 'ten' sO earnest. She a n d I t a l k e d it over, and we hit
upon t h e cleverest plan. I n s t e a d o~
~y to biz
(to~ a yel~er dog n a m e d Sport, sic h i m
T h a t m o t h e r says to ~ather, " H o w ira. h a v i n g our gifts b e f o r e b r e a k f a s t in
o~ the cat;
the library, as u s u a l on C h r i s t m a s
p r o v e d o u r W i l l i e ieF'
F i r s t t h i n g she k n o w s s h e doesn't kno~o
B u t l a t h e r , havin' been a boy hisseV, morning, we h a d a little t r e e a b o u t
w h e r e s h e is at;
two f e e t high on the table, h u n g a n d
suspicion8 m e
Got a clipper sled, ~¢' w h e n u s k~ds
W h e n , j e s t 7ore C h r i s t m a s , I ' m as piled about w i t h t i n y packages. Mothgoes out to slide
er's w a i s t w a s cut f r o m a f a s h i o n
good as I k i n be!
L o n g come3 t h e grocery caT~ ~ " w e
m a g a z i n e and, with •three one-dollar
all h o o k a r i d e !
i F o r C h r i s t m a s , w i t h its lots an' lots o] 1 bills, w r a p p e d in a small j e w e l r y box.
B u t s o m e t i m e s w h e n the grocery m a n
candies, cakes an' toys,
I Mary s umbrella w a s m a d e f r o m a
is w o r r i e d an' cross
, W a s made, t h e y say, ~or proper kids t toothpick and a dollar bill. F a t h e r
H e reaches at us w i t h his w h i p an'
I
an' n o t for n a u g h t y boys;
] gave m e a t i n y doll's m u f f in a pill
larrups up his hess,
~o w a s h y e t face an' b r u s h y e t hair, box w i t h a ten dollar bill inside, a n d
An' t h e n I laff an' holler, "Oh, ye never I
be g a v e m o t h e r a b r i g h t colored r u g
a n d m i n d y e r p'~ a n d q's,
teched m e I"
A n ' d o n ' t bust out y e t pantaloons, an' cut f r o m a magazine, j u s t the size o f
B u t lest 'fore C h r i s t m a s I ' m as good
a ten dollar bill, w h i c h was p a s t e d
d o n ' t w e a r out y e t s h o e s ;
as I k i n be.
S a y " ' Y e s s u m " to the ladies an' "Yes. lightly to the back.
sur'" to the men,
" T h e whole t h i n g w a s rolled on a
Gran'ma says she hopes t h a t w h e n I
~ n ' w h e n they's c o m p a n y don't pas~ stick. It was g r e a t fun, a n d w h e n
git to be a m a n
y e t plate f o r pie a g a i n ;
the holiday r u s h w a s o v e r w e did o u r
I'll be a m i s s i o n a r e r like h e r ol~er
B u t , t h i n k i n ' oy the t h i n g s yer'd l i k e t¢ C h r i s t m a s shopping, a n d none of t h e
brother, Dan,
• see u p o n t h a t tree,
s u r p r i s e had been t a k e n a w a y by ask~
As w a s et up by th~ cannibal$ t h a t
'fore C h r i s t m a s be as good as ye~ I ing of ques,:,on~o
~" .~"
lives i n Ceylon's isle,
Jest
k ~
- - E u g e n e Fiel& I
MAKING
i
T
~ E mos~ m e m o r a b l e Christma~
day in the h i s t o r y of our coun.
t r y w a s t h a t on which Georg~
W a s h i n g t o n crossed t h e D e l a w a r e ix
a boat, followed by his small but rosel u t e army, a n d c a p t u r e d the BritisL
a n d H e s s i a n s a t T r e n t o n in 1776, an
i m p o r t a n t t u r n i n ~ point in the early
period of the su'uggle, says t h e Phil.
a d e l p h i a Press. tt w a s i m p o r t a n t i~
t h e f a c t t h a t t h e h e a r t s of the colonist~
h a d been c r u s h e d a t their vain efforts
to s t e m t h e tide of British aggression,
a n d it wa~ a fine Christmas gift to
t h e nation w h e n Washington not only
c h e c k e d t h e i r a d v a n c e , but t u r n e d
t h e i r jollification in Trenton into s
r o u t which he f o l l o w e d closely and
w h i c h was the fit'st sucqessful resista~.ce for t h e A m e r i c a n arms.
The nation h a d r e a s o n to be wild
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ean a
To the Bar!
~I~RI~TMA~
~s spea.%ing ~n littT.e
%M
eyes
Under this spell of t h e a u t u m n
skies;
.~ecrets are g l o w i n g in. hearts tt~,a~
]cnow~
A~l t h a t it mea~zs w h e n our secrets
glow.
H e a r t s are beating ~n t u n e to the c h i m e
O] the splendor and s p i r i t of C h r i s t m a s
time~
A n d so in the lane and so in the street
C h r i s t m a s is s p e a k i n g i n chiTd eyes
sweet.
A l l o] i t s m y s t e r y comes as of old,
AI~ of its tinsel el s i l v e r and gold,
A~$ o] its magic and m a r v e l of light,
_4ll o] i t s w a i t i n g the Zone coming n i g h t ,
W h e n over the housetops w i t h jingles
o? cheer
Old ~ a n t a will come ~aith his sleigh
and his deer,
H i s jolly cheeks g~owi~ng, his m e ~ y
eyes set
I n t h a t laughter o'~ ~ove w e can never
.~orget.
I~'~]aus
~.i~
~'ior--C°unsel f o r the P e o p l e - - Y o u r hen- C h r i s t m a s is speal~ing on cheeks that
• are red,
m o s t a r d e n t s u p p o r t e r s of the cause i
I
" H o w d a r e you i n t e r r u p t t h e court,"
h a d about given np all hope, a n d it i
W i n d o w s bloomed y e s t e r d a y bright
w a s only t h e iron will of the i l l u s t r i ~ t h a sled,
" w h e n h e is fig! u r i n g out C h r i s t m a s p r e s e n t s for his
o u s c o m m a n d e r in c h i e f that prevent- ,
A too~ bet, a lantern, a train and a
i g r a n d c h i l d r e n ?"
ed t h e f a i l u r e of t h e w a r for f r e e d o m .
book--!
" T h i s i s t a n t a m o u n t to a s t a t e m e n t C h r i s t m a s ~s spealcing ~n each childish
T h i s C h r i s t m a s d a y victory g a v e the
n a t i o n a thrill of hope and joy, f o r it ~ A N T A CLAUS was on t h e w i t n e s s I t h a t the c o u r t is p r e j u d i c e d in f a v o r of I
loo lc,
! the d e f e n d a n t , " d e c l a r e d t h e c o u n s e l T e l l i n g its s t o r y all over again,
s h o w e d t h a t t h e d e s p i s e d Continentals
s t a n d t e s t i f y i n g i n ~ the f a m o u s i f o r t h e people.
w e r e more t h a n a m a t c h for t h e GerF o r t h e cheer and t h e glory and c o m .
case of the people v e r s u s S. Claus. I
"By l h e way, judge," r e m a r k e d Santa~f
man mercenaries.
?ort o? m e n ,
"You
a
r
e
a
c
c
u
s
e
d
of
h
a
v
i
n
g
organi
Claus,
"I
h
a
d
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l
e
t
t
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r
f
r
o
m
y
o
u
r
daughWashirFgton a l w a y s a f t e r w a r d af~ o r t h e s w e e t e n i ~ g and lifting an~
firmed t h a t it w a s t h e happiest Christ- lzed a combination in r e s t r a i n t of't~-ade i ter's little boy. H e w a n t s a drum, an
helping el liye
popularly k n o w n as C h r i s t m a s , " said I engine t h a t r u n s by itself, a r e a l sword, D o w n t h r o u g h the d u s t e l its Struggle
~nas o f his life.
the chief counsel for the people.
a b u c k e t of candy, a soldier's hat, a
a n d stri?e,
"By btitzen !" said Mr. Claus, s h a k - gun t h a t shoots lead bullets, a dog, a ~ F o l g t r M c K i n s e y in B a l t i m o r e ~un.
ing with l a u g h t e r iu the p r o v e r b i a l rabbit, a sled, a wagon, a - - "
T h e C o u r t - - S i l e n c e in the c o u r t r o o m !
way. "I c o n d u c t a p e r f e c t l y l e g i t i m a t e
business, as millions of children will
Mr. Good W i l l ~ I m o v e t h a t this case
H R I S T M A S is i n the t h u n d e r i n g t e s t i f y t o m o r r o w . "
be dismisse~ since the c o u r t shows bias
street a n d i n the c o u n t r y
"And will not t h e s e s a m e c h i l d r e n a a g a i n s t m y client's stock in trade.
~ane,
"Motion ignored," s h o u t e d t h e judge.
f e w m i n u t e s l a t e r bear w i t n e s s to t h e
T h e hea~:t of C h r i s t m a s beats once m o r e f a c t t h a t the t r u s t t h e y placed in you
e a sport, j u d g e ; don't be a spug! '
on m o u n t a i n , hill and plain.
has been broken, considering y o u r fail- p l e a d e d Mr. S. Claus. " C h r i s t m a s busiW h e r e v e r love's w h i t e morning s h i n e s ure to fulfill t h e i r u n r e s t r a i n e d de.. ness has n e v e r been so bad f o r m e as . ~ k P R E T T Y legend a b o u t the origin
of the C h r i s t m a s t r e e teI}s us
the ancient s p i r i t wakes,
this y e a r . "
sires?"
t h a t in the beginning of the
A n d over all the w e a r y world the gold.
Counsel f o r t h e P e o p l e - - G e n t l e m e n
"Your
honor,"
i
n
t
e
r
r
u
p
t
e
d
5ir.
Good
n i n t h c e n t u r y a c e r t a i n St. WinfrIed
en w o n d e r breaks.
o
f
the
jury,
y
o
u
see
b
e
f
o
r
e
you
t
h
e
h
e
a
d
Will, l a w y e r for S. Claus~ "I propose
w e n t ¢o p r e a c h C h r i s t i a n i t y to t h e peoW i t h i n a w i d o w ' s lonely heart 1 s a w t h a t this case be s t r u c k f r o m t h e calen- of a t r u s t t h a t p u t s all o t h e r t r u s t s to ple of Scandinavia and n o r t h e r n Gershame.
H
e
holds
the
m
o
n
o
p
o
l
y
of
rein:
its glory l?ame
d a r before t w e l v e o'clock t o n i g h t since
m a n y . One Christmas eve t h e s e peoUpon a y o u n g child's laughing tips its counsel f o r the people a d m i t s t h a t t h e i (leer t r a n s p o r t a t i o n ; h e controls enough ple w e r e g a t h e r e d r o u n d a huge oak
m
o
n
e
y
to
c
a
u
s
e
financial
d
e
p
r
e
s
s
i
o
n
in
Jab !late came,
t r u s t has been 'busted." "
I
e v e r y f a m i l y and business r e g u l a r l y to offer a h u m a n sacrifice, a c c o r d i n g
A n d one w h o had been blind w i t h grie?
Counsel f o r t h e P e o p l e - - A h ! T h e n i once a y e a r a f t e r C h r i s t m a s ; h e causes to t h e d r u i d priests, but St. W i n h q e d
looked up and s a w the light
Mr. Claus a d m i t s t h a t t h e r e has b e e n i
h e w e d d o w n the g r e a t tree, and as it
A s one looks up w h e n t h e calm m o o n an illegal c o m b i n a t i o n in r e s t r a i n t of~ m o r e f a l s e s t a t e m e n t s to be m a d e t h a n fell t h e r e a p p e a r e d in its place a tall
a
n
y
o
t
h
e
r
p
e
r
s
o
n
;
he
has
tong
since
sails d o w n the velvet night.
trade?
. ! driven the c h i m n e y sweeps out o~' busi- y o u n g fir. When St Win?tied saw ~*
Mr. Claus--No, s i r e e ! The m o n e y e d n e s s ; in fact, his colossal c o m b i n a t i o n h e cried to the people t h a t h e r e w a s
F o r Christians, lilce t h e moonlight,
come a n e w tree, u n s t a i n e d by blood,
spread her r a p t u r e everywhere; interests---in o t h e r~ words, t h e p a r e n t s has caused t h e public to f o r g e t tempo- which
in pointing to t h e s k y s h o w e d
S h e w a s iike heaven overhead, like the ~ a r e guilty of r e s t r a i n i n g m y t r a d e . r a r i l y the b e e f trust, t h e - - w h y , y o u r t h e m w h a t t h e y w e r e to worship.
W e r e it not f o r t h e m I would g r a t i f y
clean crystal air.
honor, w h e r e ' s t!le j u r y ?
J " I t is t h e Christ Child," h e said.
W e d r a n k her s p i r i t a n d her heart, w e ~ e v e r y wish of e v e r y child. E v e r y t o y
" T h e y h a v e ie,~,
..... replied t h e judge, ' " C a r r y d r to t h e castle as y o u r chief,
f
a
c
t
o
r
y
in
the
w
o
r
l
d
would
be
combreathed h e r v e r y soul,
" t o do t h e i r C h r i s t m a s shopping e a r l y ~ a n d in t h e future, i n s t e a d o f t h e bloody
F o r up and dowry--the w o r l d she went, pelled to r u n all t h e y e a r round. A n d b e f o r e tile s t o r e s close. T h e c a s e is dis- r i t e s of the druids, y o u r w o r s h i p shall
y e t h e r e I si t, c h a r g e d w i t h t h e c r i m e
f r o m pole to d i s t a n t pole!
missed,~and I'm off to buy s o m e more be. in y o u r own homes, w i t h c e r e m o .
~ C h a r l e s H a n s o n T ~ v n e in N e w Y o r k o f those who a r e too weak to t a k e t h e p r e s e n t s a n d h e l p d e c o r a t e t h e t r e e r....
,,
• hies t h a t s p e a k the message of p e a c e
burden
of
responsibility
on
t
h
e
i
r
o
w
n
World.
M e r r y C h r i s t m a s , J~.~g~.!,, s h o u t e d and good will to all."
shoulders.
Santa C I a u s . ~ N e w York E v e n i n g Sun. t
A Chri~tmaa Verae.
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CASS CITY, MtCH., DECEMBER
14, !.917
:a;
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er
By J, C, O L I V E R .
M O N T H far famec~! For f e ~ t i w
days an~ n i g h t s renowneG
J o y fraught, t~ttt~ hai~owed ~ene.
dictions crowned
Life's a¢~nua~ cIeareng house for rat.
'
respective thought,
W h e r e pensg~'e m e m o r y reca~l~ the
e~nites, the tears,
TY~s ho~e$ and joys of youth., t~.e ~ve~
A~,g sigh,, to see the havoc, s~g, t~at
T i m e ha.~ wro,~ght.
i W a s h i n g t o n , D. Co, F r i d a y
T h e n e i g h b o r s g a v e h i m a Iit~le s u r l p r i s e p a r t y a t his h o m e T u e s d a y e v e L a s t W e e k ' s I~ems.
M i s s June P e r r y
w a s h o m e f o r t~fing. Ceffee a n d c a k e w e r e s e ~ ' e d
~ y H A R R I E T P R E S G O T T ,~q~'""=~":;=';:.-=
...~
[and Jay was presented with a safe~y
H E tree ..,)re-,:.'., ~;~'~.:.-~..;!.":.; :"~" rvr:'-~-~. T h a n k s g ' i v i n g .
M i s s E t h e l M a k e y is h o m e f r o m r a z o r . All h o d a g'ood t i m e a n d lef~
~'~'e,W gT"C~.~?, iY. 1.~:~.¢,8~,.'.;':,
h o p i n g J a y w o u l d soon be h o m e
~ew:
again
Hta branches .re,~,.:::l:c;~: for I Ac ,~;):~ ~ : :, ~' B r o w n City.
.Mr. H u c k l e of F a i r g r o v e is ~ i s i t i n g .
H e feathered, his top8 ,.::~, ::i:e ;~::;:
his sister, Mrs. E d m o n d McCreedy.
Anc~ happy t~,e air abox~ h,~m
W h e r e v e r his ba~sa;:,~v /?cw.
~ r s . I s a a c T h a n e , jr., i s c o n f i n e d to
CENTRAL GREENLEAF.
Drenched ¢~ith t h e r a i ~ z s o f t h e 8L:.~> h e r b e d w i t h i n f l a m m a t o r y r h e u m a - '
tism.
Last Week's Items.
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D~m"
of A k r o n is
Th~ f , a d i e d A i d meeL t h i s w e e k
spending' a w e e k a t ,~ ...... honle o~. ; - ' a . [ r r m ~ y "'"~= ~ ....... ~'"....... ~ o u d e m
8oft drop*pad the , n o w o.~ hia manH¢,
I H e n r y M e C a s l i n o f Fling is v i s i t i n g
D r e a m v'Jor~" of silve~ an~ /lowers, D o s s e r .
S i d n e y R o t h w e t l o f D e t r o i ~ s p e n t l h i s b r o t h e r , F r e d tVIeCaslin, f o r a f e w
AnY over him w h i t e l';gh~ tro¢l,ing
T~,e ztars s w a m through d a r l ~ y
ghe w e e k - e n d a t the h o m e e f R o b e r t ['days,
hour,,
~McCreedy.
i Last F r i d a y a few n e i g h b o r s w e n t
Mr. a n d
iVirs. W a r r e n
~ a c ~ r e e d y t i e s p e n d t h ~ d a y . ,. •
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'Gropi~g where great roc1.~ pillars
~.~ncl !itfle daughter., s p e n t ?~ha.nksgiv-, ~Browfi.
S t a n d shou~der.fng ~~r~"" O~ r ~ l ~
N~s ¢'oot~ at the eo~g s w e e t so~:~rce~
i~g at Mayville.
{ Miss F l o r e n c e H a r t w i c k s p e n t S u n The ancient ~vAees drank,
Mr. a n d M r s . J o h n M c C a r t h y s p e n t l d a y e v e n i n g w i t h h e r s i s t e r , M r s . F.
A n d he ,¢eept w~th the earth eom.pa~.
; T h a n k s g i v i n g in C a r e a t t h e h o m e o f i M c C a s l i n .
SUNSHINE.
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t a to s p e n d t h e w i n t e r w i t h h e r m o t h er.
Th~ W a s h Boil.st.
~k f a u c e * on t h e w a s h boiler is s~kl
¢o be a n e x c e l l e n t thh~g. I n s t e a d of
lifting out the eioth.~ after boiihag
them open the faucet m~l let tim bolting suds drain into a tub 0~ pail. ~l~he
elothes m a y be more easily ~ e ~ o v e 4 ~o
the r i n s i n g t u b a f t e r ~ h . b o i t ~ g water
ha~' b e e n d r a w n off. A pI,u m b e r
be able to fit a faaeet to a ~ e ~ r at
~mail expense.
A SIMPLY
~OOD
LIFE.
0 hoary ~ o n t h !
In, tedious o f tits
l~ ~b~. ~rffovt to a p p r e e i a t ~ v~,,~orth and eatt
r i , u s farms of 9reat~.$~s lei US
~Jhe song of bird and ~ p p ~
ot-~.~
~ t u~d~r~siimste ¢~he va~.e cf s
5~'oo!~ have eet~ed,
~
m p l y ~ood tif$. Just te ~e ~ ¢ ,
Aez6 Nature's thousand c h a ¢ ~ $ o]
~o keep ~i{e pure f~om d e ~ r : ~
~ a m m e r days have ge~.
e!:ment~, ¢0 m a k e ~t ee.~tal~tly
2,~,'e Boreas reigns, f~ercc ~o8 el
q~ieg and ~tor~v~
i,,e,~fuI in iliUM ways ~e ¢~ho':~
A~zg ~v¢~ter all of verdure, ~n~o
~ h e a~'~ touched by it, te ~ei~
, ~rown a¢.~c~ w h i t e transforms
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A s the~°~vas~ s t ~ s rose and s a ~ .
{~{her {i~ter, M r s . Howetl.Ackerman
Ii DavidLee,BroWmspentaMrS.sunday
nd
withl~CHughMr,andand
oae'a ~piri~ always ~.,we~ a v~¢~
A n d ~eaves no trace of life and bea~t, H ~ 5oug~s bru~,,2~ l o ~ o'P~ your f o v ~ I
Mr. a n d M r s . Gee.
a n d ison,
~ e l d att-m~nm~r . f ~*tty al0~¢r
t y sp¢~.
head
tBeatrice
and Miss
Cordeha
C r o s s i'Mrs. W l l h a m B r o w n .
~ d irvitabitity---th,at ~s an [,~!~
tfspent Thanks.~'iving a t H. T. P a r d o ' s . i Mr. a n d Mrs. W i l l i a r a B r o w n a n d
brush.
A~ ($ pas,~ng
0 b a g e l ~ o n ~ h ! Wge;, kee,,~ [email protected]
W h e n nagh.t wing~ mad, e , h r ; ~ ~ * ¢ ~ I
Jay
N [ a k e y a n d h i s fmeaxd, Y~.ss ! c h i l d r e n l e f t ~,~[onday. Mr. Bro:~,-n
ward H~ward GrittY.
t~,n., sweet,
I n t~e heavens, an4 hush, o~, N ~ . e h t ' J o n e s , o f D e t r o i t s p e n t T u e s d a y a n d iwill go to D e t r o i t w h e r e h e is e r a F ~ e , s w i f t o~ ~:dnqs e l re'gent love, ~o
For gecp .~;e. h.~ 8epes~ covert
H e h¢cg the h.eemet thrush.
Wednesday
a t his p a r e n t a l h o m e I p l o y e d in a factox~- and Mrs. B r o w n
greet
Advertise it in the :Cl~niel,.
here.
Its has enlisted aed went
to laud c h i l d r e n will go to N o r t h D a k o W ~ t h g~ft, thi~ fefencL t~e ~over o~.
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the kindre8 near.
L o w lzave they ~a~c! the giant,
As W i n t e r clo,er ~eawa ~t~e 4cy fe~.
A ~ g t h e y hale h i ~ ~ome w i t h m{rti~,
tereg cha{n~
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A n d t h e y ]an the fire, t h a t twin#le,
Z ~ , heart exloande a**g Mve uaselfi,h
A n d sing roun~ h~$ m o , e y girt.~,
A n d m a k e vJith a m i g h t y mag{e
N
X ~ d speeds # , laegess to t!~e one~
T h e tire of the g h r t s t m a s hearth.
most dear.
For Ms #ames give the spicy fragrance
Of the su~vmer atmosphere,
Hl ustrious ,nont~ e l most illustrious Whigs the breath of the evooay ho~
birth .~
~OWS,
Good tidings, peace an f~ joy to a~l the]
The luster and ~ight o? the year,
earth
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The 5~osso~¢, the Mrg song, th~
A h,eaven~y choir anaounee£ w h e a l
b reezeG
Chri,~t ~va8 born.
H e sheds through the Christma~ $$
, :.-g .~ g
cheer.
~I!
bore,
TM~ Prince of Peace w h o ~ heave~ X~g th.e raessage of peace and ble~*"~
and earth agora.
In the great fire'8 g~ow they mar~,
Hmo t#rH?~ the heart a¢ thought ot
}-IE D u t c h girls s~ng a D r e t t y little
W i t h the lad f r o m t h e ~,ar an~ the i
C~h~i~t,m,as morn~
song on th'c f e u s t of St, N i c h o l a s
~ L o s Angeles Times.
i n s t e a d of w r i t i n g a l e t t e r t e
lor
i
H o m~ai,
e from
h ~ tossing bari~
Santa Cku~ :
~ r e the Chr~s~ma~ bell,, come chimin$
Sant~ Claus. you goad-nature4 at&n,
i
L i k e the toqech of the frost on th~
Give me some nt~ts and s w e e t m e a t s ~
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da.rk.
Not too much, noL too litt.le.
Throw !.hem into m y a p r o n
I A n d wede~y o,~a pane a;~d ceil{rig
For a Christmas without gifts would
b e no C h r i s t m a s at all.
So alveays
Told For
the
Littlest
Children
i, A ~sgp a rt kh lee s chg!dre~
a ¢e,'y foam,
,
dance w i t h the~¢
there is a g i f t b r i n g e r , a k i n ir~ nature.,
i f d i f f e r e n t in w,~me, to t h e g o o d St,
I S T E N d e a r little children, a n d ]
,hagow~
L t ~ e the ?orest 8 ~ r t t e w i t ~ thl
f
Nicholas, o n c e bishop o f M y r a , wire L
You s h a l l h e a r a b o u t t h e v e r y first !
tove{l c h i ! d r e n a n d w h o s e n l e m o r y lives
O h r i s t n m s day.
~
gnome,
t t w a s in a c o u n t r y a c r o s s t h e sea, l W h i l e the great log roars a~(t btaze~,
v i t a l i y t o d a y t h r o u g h its a s s o c i a t i o n
w i t h t h e g r e a t O.hristn.~as f e s t i v a l , K ~ s s
f a r a w a y f r o m here, t h a t s o m e s h e p - i
The heart of the joy of ~ome.
I(ringle,
lP,tther
Christmas,
Sant..'~ her&-~ w e r e w a t c h i n g t h e i r flocks one A n d the c~eelc t~at hat ~ong been with.
Claus, S u n d e r k l o o s , a r e i d e n t i c a l . T h e night. T h e s h e e p w e r e r e s t i n g on t h e l
ered
h o l y Christ: child c o m e s to G e r m a n y . grass, t h e l i t t l e l a m b s w e r e f a s t a s l e e p '
With. an old rose blooms once ,~wr~
Commencing at One O'clock:
In m y s t i c a I ~ r i t t m ~ y t h e C h r i s t him- b e s i d e t h e i r m o t h e r s , b u t the k i n d shep-i A s m e m o r i e s glow li~,e the ember,~
self is thougt~t to c o m e to b l e s s t h e h e r d s w e r e n o t asleep.
They were!
W h o s e flashes sin~c and soar
hot~se!::Ads of t h e pi(ms, espe(~inUy t h e w a t c h i n g thai; no h a r m should h a p p e n ; -With the (Thristmas fire's w a r m glor~
Pair mares 8 years old, wt. 2400
Circular wood saw
h o m e s of s i m p l e s h e p h e r d s ,
W h e r e the tog burns ,rag a~ the core,
to t h e sheep,
i
I n SI?ain ou " T w e l f t h N i g h t " all t h e
P e r h a p ~ t h e y w e r e !~.oking u p a t t h e
- - W o m a n ' s Ho~,~e g o m p a n ~ n o
Jersey cow 7 years old, due Jan.
Cyclone seeder
people, y o u n g a n d old, p u t t h e i r s h o e s s t a r s a n d t h e b e a u t i f u l m o o n a b o v e
27
P o s t h o l e 0.igger
a n d s u p p e r s o u t on t h e t m ! c o n y out- t h e m w h e n s u d d e n l y t h e r e a p p e a r e d a
The CtMstmas SpirR.
Jersey cow 8 years old, due 5'~r.
Sledge
Grain cradle
side t h e wi nd~,,w in o r d e r t h a t t h e flwee w o n d e r f u l l i g h t in t h e sky, b r i g h t e r
H o w e v e r it m a y be, w h e n C h r t s t ~ a ~
k i n g s .j~mrneying by m a y s e e a n d fill t h a n t h e moon. or s t a ~ , as if t h e s k y
8
Scythe and snath
t h e m . Th('re a r e also g r o t e s q u e C h r i s t - h a d o p e n e d a n d t h e y s a w - t h e g l o r y c o m e s it finds us all to a g r e a t e r or
Wagon, rack and stock rack
Cross cut saw
tess d e g r e e r e a d y to c r y "A m e r r y
m a s vis:~tors. K n a v e lh~preciff, t e r r o r w i t h i u .
F o x hound
20 ft. !adder
of T e u t o n i c b a b y h o o d , h a s a toad og ',
W h i l e t h e s h e p h c r d s w e r e l o o k i n g up, C h r i s t m a s to all" a n d to t h e b e s t of
n u t s a n d a p p l e s a n d o i h e r g o o d i e s w i t h w o n d e r i n g w h a t w a s t h e c a u s e of t h a t ore" a b i l i t y k e e p i~ w i t h good cheer,
Top buggy
Cutter
Buggy pole, whiffletrees ar.d
him, s:~ weli as his t r a d i t i o n n I b t m c h of{ ~{i'ange light, a b e a u t i f u l s h i n i u g a n g e l D e e 0 d o w n in o u r h e a r t s e v e r y o n e oI
Mower
Sulky rake
neck yoke
us c h e r i s h e s wha~ m a y b e called t h e
swiVel"ca,
i c a m e n e a r to t h e m a n d s a i d :
Steel roller
Riding plow
30 grain bags
T h e "'juibok" or "!dappe:boi;Y ~t t~dl, :
' : F e a r not. i b r i n g you good t i d i n g s C h r i s t i a n s s e n t i m e n t . E v e n ;f xv~ go,
-~hin h(.a~;, w i t h a o a t s k i n c o v e r e d h e a d , i w h i c h slmit be to all people. T h i s d a y as so m a ~ y have d o n e of p a s t y e a r s ,
Oliver plow, No. 99
4 chains
Wire s t r e ~ h e r s
15s a f t e r n a u g h t y Ymnish c h i l d r e n , j u s t is born a Savior, a n d ye slmll find t h e , m t s i d e of t h e w a i l s of o u r o w n h o m e
60
tooth
lever
harrows
Potato
crates
Quantity hay
w
e
still
o
b
s
e
r
v
e
o
u
r
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u
l
e
t
i
d
e
in
a
m
o
r
e
_as t h e "haber.~ack '' is a f t e r 'those in t h e ~ b a b e l y i n g i~a a m a n g e r . "
2 egg crates
Bushel baskets
H e r t z mountait>~. S u n d e r k l o o s sm3ds !
A n d s u d d e n l y t h e angel w a s j o i n e d or less c o n v e n t i o n a l m a n n e r . W e m a y
Set
work
harness
:so~_)etlmes n g o a t l a d e n w i t h p r e s e n t s , by q m u l i i t u d e of t h e h e a v e n l y h o s t e s c a p e o u r r e l a t i v e s , s a v e o u r s e l v e s t h e
Set light driving harness
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4 acres good oats
' "J:hc a n i m a l s w h i c h t h e :sai~_~t of s i n g i n g p r a i s e s to Gad, Thts w a s t h e i r b o t h e r o f h o m e ~ r e p a r a t i o n s , p r e t e n d
Quantity corn stalks
s
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n
g
:
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h
a
t
w
e
h
a
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e
c
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m
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h
e
old
Water tank
i
Cttt'isil]l~t5
-t/sea f(W his
c a r r i e r s t~ce
American cultivator, bean at~
Steel range stove
~tuite a;s v a r i o u s , i)~nncr a~ld YJt~tze~ G!,~ry .+o God in the highest, and on earth fashioI~ed method,% b u t it all a m m m t s
i'ence, ~ood will toward men.
in re,ality to t h e s a m e thing. W e a r e
a n d the o;.h',:r flee!; rv]3.1f]oof r.~mm [h'gt
tachment
Base burner
Bureau
W h e n t h e a n g e l s h a d g o n e b a c k to , m i m a t e d , a f t e r all, b y t h e s a m e spit"it,
:Santa d r i v e s a s p a n o~ r e b ~ d e e r i~ SweDeLaval
cream
separator
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Pictures
C
uret
o
t~eaven t h e shepherd:~ said t h e y w o ~ d
w h e t h e r w e a r e i l l fit c o l l u t r y
h o u s e , $~1
:.alen. Da Alm~l:.a h e c o m e s by (:tog t e a m ,
go t;o I¢.ethlehem and see t h i s S a v i o r fiat, a r e s t , a u r a n t , o r hotel,
i~
Barrel churn
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Hanging lamp
Hand lamps
,,',~ ~ b r i n g tile
~Camets. so t h e st, u'y ,.,,.t.s,
of w h o m th,e a n g e l s sang., T h e y w e n t
~hree king'i i~t,) Sl)a~n c a t h e i r g i f t a n d f o u n d him, a little baby, in ~ staHeater stove, gasoline range
i
Clock
Lamp stand
.
e :.l.a. n. ~ , thotl~h
sacred art
brlnai.ug
..
A Joyful Y~le.
~
ble. w i t h n o c r a d l e to lie in. only a
One-horse
cultivator
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Food
chopper
Stand
would sh~}w ItS ~.,~a~ h o r s e s m i g h t be m a n g e r f o r his bed. T h a t little b a b y
T h e n drin# to the holly berry,
~
Shovel
plow
Pair
bobsleighs
li
Forks,
shovels
and
other
articles
u s e d as v:(q! h i s t o r i c a l l y .
W i t h hey down. hey down d e r r y ;
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,,;,,~ 2e~u,~. wl~o w h e n h e g r e w u p said :
Plane~
Jurdor
seed
drill
li
too
numerous
to
mention
I n IIoltand. o n t h e Z u y d e r Zee, SL
T
h
e
~mis~letoe
we'll
pledge
also.
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" L e t t h e tittk-; cI)ildren c o m e u n t o m e
Nicholas cranes (.m s k a t e s o v e r tl~efro- a n d f o r b i d t h e m not, f o r of s u c h is t h e
An~t at Christmas all be merry.
~4
zen w a s t e s ~,t' vc,ut¢~'r, i n E n g l a n d t h e r e k i n g d o m of h e a v e n . "
His b i r t h d a y
~re it! u~e f,)',- Chrib~.nms S:;Vet'ltl i~i~itLt- w a s t h e first C h r i s t m a s day, a n d e v e r
T E R N S - - A l l sums of $5.00 and under cash; over t h a t amount, 12
tion hol's(K,', t h e l w b b y h o r s e s o f the s i n c e thai: ~:[me w e k e p t t h a t d e e an a ~
months' time on good approved endorsed notes at 7 per cent. interest.
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Morris (lancers, w h i c h c a p e r still in j o y f u l al~d h a p p y o n e . - - N e w York:.
Staffordshire, a c c . r d i n g to t h e i r an- P r e s s .
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(:kent h,~bit.---Chicago T r i b u n e .
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fough, Auctioneer
T
O w i n g to i|l heat h i a m
eaviug m y f a r m
7
m i l e s north of Cass City, or
s o u t h of
Rescue and wii| se l the f o i i o w i n g property l sted
below, on
The First Chfis mms
MONDAY, DEC. 17
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Underthellisilel0e Luke H. W r i g h t , Prop.
C h n s ~ r ~owers.
Born of ~]~c clouds av, d darl~nesS,
;
Of the frost a.nd e~w~y anew,
~}
DZhen the s'.n~mer blooms have fad¢(~, i
The bea~af~ful Chri.at fio,we.rs blow. :,
A l l throug!~ the b.~tgd~g:sl~ringtime,
]
Al~ t~vrougi~ the s u m m e r ' s heat,
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All through the a u t u m n ' s glory
T h e y hide [email protected] b t o w o m s sweet.
B u t ~ohen the earth is :Zonely
A n d the bitter qwrth ~vinds blow,
W i t h a smi~e of el~eer for the dear o~d
year
T~e Chrf~t~r~gs O~OSSO~S b~OW.
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White a3 the drifti~g S n o w ;
W h e n o~t,r hearts are #lteg with, grie¢~-
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Public Audion Sale
Having rents my farm,
miles south of Gagetown, I *
will sell the fo.iowmg property at auction at the premises
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"DNESDAY
WE
Ti~e beautiful Christ flowers bh~e,
Not all ~he south ,wfncFs wooing
O,pens the~,r ~ecret heart,
BI¢nder they grow anel stateZy, .
Guarding Hie,it ~,ife a p a r t ;
B u t w h e n lhe earth is d:reary
A n d hea~:~, cZo~ds t,~ang tow,
W i t h their te~der cheer for the weid
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FREE
A T 1O:00 A . M .
5 HORSES
FARM
$
15 IIE:AD O F C A T T L E
GRAIN
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POULTRY
PIGS
TERMS--AI~
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" DECEMBER
¢,
T~e Ch..rishmas blossoms blow.
tteeetest o] a~l e o n s o l e r s ! ,
Fairest of floaters that g r o w l
W h e n hopes and flowers have faded
The beautiD~l C#rist flew~'s bT,oy~.
B r i g h t ~n, the cottage ~cingow,
~wee,t i n the d a r k e n e d roo#~,
1fair in the shortened sunffff~t,
eJheeri,ng the d u s k y gloom,
;01% evhen our hearts are l:one~y
' A n d c~ouds o] care ha~g ~ow,
What b~e~
cheer ?or ou;,r d y i ~ g gear,
!._ ~ h e ¢~rist~vas ~'ossems M o t e l
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LUNCH
*
AT NOON
IMPLEMENTS
HOUSEHOLD
,~
:~'.
GOODS, Etc.
~ums o f $5 a n d u~ider, c a s h ; o v e r t h a t a.m~unt, 12 m.m~ths' t i m e witt be g i v e ~ o~,
~oo(t endorse;d b a n k a b l e n o t e s b e a r i n g i n t e r e s t a~ 7 p e r eenV.
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CASS CITY CHRONICLE, CASS CITY, MICH., DECEMBER I4, 1917
P A G E FIVE.
'aunt, Mrs. John McCar*&y.
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FARREEL'$FOil R iSTNfi$
Mrs. Melvin Herford Of Elkton
spent Sunday at the h o m e of D. F.
":" SeMele.
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Miss Mary M c l n t y r e is employed in
~:~ ithe office at the Hires Condensed
O
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C. R. T o w n s e n d
and
Eugene
Schwaderer spent last Thursday in
Sag'inaw.
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been the ~uest of friends here tiie
past week.
B . J. Dailey attended circuit court
at Care this week as juror f r o m Elkland fownship.
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A gift for a man is always hard
to buy. This year when the gift
must be both useful and moderate
in price, he is doubly difficult to
buy for.
Our stock of Men's Wear "IS
most complete with a splendid
assortment of useful, nexpenave
Holiday goods.
Neckwear
Have y o u seen our stock of N E C K W E A R - - t h o s e
w o n d e r f u l values, t h o s e exquisite patterns?
25c
50c
75c
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in beautiful patterns and m a t e r i a l s - -
$1.00
75c
$1.50
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Our a s s o r t m e n t of G L O V E S and M I T T E N S is
complete-everything
from a, good value knitted
glove to a w a r m , comfortable lamb-lined gaunt:
let for driving.
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Our new T W O - T O N E silk numbers will
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M E N ' S S H E E R CAMBRIC I N I T I A L
HANDKERCHIEFS--
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Fancy boxed novelties, inexpensive but useful
The members of the Larkin club
were enterNained at the home of Mrs.
Orris Reed Thursday.
Have you bought those p r e t t y dolls, books, toys,
and we invRe you to call at our store.
glad to show you t h r o u g h our stoekl
We'll be pleased to see you, a n d very
OOLD FISH!
Mr. and Mrs. Jack E p p t e t t and
daughter, Edna, of Pontiac spent last
week a t the home of Benj. gemmill.
Mr. and Mrs. A n d r e w Morden of
~9etroit were guests at the home of
A. C. Hayes from Tuesday until Monday.
H. 3?. Crandell returned home Monday f r o m Chicago where he attended
the f a t stock show. He spent Sunday
at Camp Custer.
A few more left.
while they las~,for
GOLD FIhHI
Globe and Two
10C
. . . . . . .
We[have a Very Complete Stock of First
Class Groceries
Mrs. H e r m a n Doerr of Detroit came
Monday and will spend several days
a t the home of her parents, Mr.
and
]Krs. Gee. C. Hooner.
and we can fill your order with promptness.
Mr. and Mrs. Glen L. M o o r e and
son, Garrison, spent Sunday at the
home of Mrs. Moore's sister, Mrs. C.
W. Heminway, in Detroit.
Below are a f e w B a r g a i n s to
be had at our Grocery Counter : - No. 1 Hickory Nuts, qt . . . . . 10c
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gemmitl m~d
son, Legrand, left Saturday for their
home in Monroe a f t e r spending a
month with relatives and friends .here.
Mrs. C. P. Lubker and two children
of Tacoma, Washington, came last
Thursday to visit at the h o m e of Mrs.
L's parents, ~ r . and Mrs. Samuel Lepla.
Floyd Phillips and Miss Lena McQueen, both of Decker were united in
nvarf.iage Wednesday e;¢ening-, Nov.
28, a~ seven o'clock by Rev. N. C.
Karr at the M . E . parsonaa-e. T h e
young; couple left on the evening
train fir a shirt wedding trip to
Saginaw, a f t e r which they will c o m mence housekeeping- in the village of
Deeker.--Martette Leader.
COLWOOD.
SILVl~R IN-
:No. 1 Mixed Nuts, lb . . . . . . .
20c
'No. 1 Peanuts, lb . . . . . . . . . .
2Oe
C a n d y - - a l l k i n d s - - r i g h t prices
1 bbl. Bread Flour f o r . . . $12.50
~ bbt. Bread Flour . . . . . . . g.30
,
24~fi2 lbs. P~s~ry N o u r . . . $1.40
3 lbs. Best B u t t e r Crackers 45c
Mince Meat, per p k g . . . . . . . 10c
Corn Starch, 5 pkgs. for . . . . 25c
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5 pkgs. S n o w Boy W a s h
Powder for ............
25c
5 pkgs. G r a n d m a W a s h
Powder for ............
25c
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100 bars W h i t e L a u n d r y
Soap for . . . . . . . . . . . . .
$5.09
Large can prepared Mustard 1Oc
Can Salmon, per ean . . . . . . 20c
Quart blueing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9c
'Quart Ammonia ..........
10c
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3 lbs. raisins (Seeded) . . . . . 39c
A l l :Tobacco a t . . . . . . Old Prices
Also have a fine stock of Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Grape Fruits,
Mrs. E. St. Marry and d a u g h t e r of
Care visited Tuesday with ?fir. and
t i t s . H. T. Pardo.
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Mr. and Mrs. Walter Howe!t of
Care visited Tuesday vcith Mr. and
Mrs. John McCarthy.
Mr. and ~ r s . Ed. Gerou, st.,' are
preparing to move to Care w h e r e they
will spend the winter.
M~
Iva McKellar and Hazel MC2
Creedy spent last week w i t h their
Celery, etc. at reasonable prices. L e t us put up t h a t X m a s order for you.
T hankmg~,!~ou
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for all pas~ favors::[md wishing you all a very M e r i t
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Palmer Bros ' Store
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Always in the lead with Holiday Goods, and this year is no exception
to t h e rule. You w.ill find a suitable present here.
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C h r i s t m a s s h o p p i n g early, so as to: avoid the usual r u s h of the Iast few days.
We are showing.a good line of useful arl:icles, such as deco:ca~ed chhaa in
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SYRUP P I T C H E R S , P I C K L E DISHES, CRACKER ROWLS-=-anil m a n y
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o~her items too numerous to mention.
Glassware
TOILET
ARTICLES,
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Also large a s s o r t m e n t of .~CaneHANDKERCHIEFS,
STAMPED
L I N E N S , F A N C Y S L I P P E R S , STORY BOOKS. TOYS~ TOYS' DOLLS,
large a s s o r t m e n t of c h a r a c t e r dolls for the holiday t r a d e
25c e&ch ; tompare these with others being shown a t 5 0 c ~ W e have o t h e r dolls at 75c and
$1.00.
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Come here for your
Mr. and Mrs. John Burrougim
visited Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Robinson.
ITIAL B E L T S , F L E X O A R M B A N D S , P A R I S A N D
[AI
fAR R[[[
hess Days 'till Xmas
ing out rapidly, b u t we still have a very good assortmen~ to ehoose f r o m
Waiter Anthes recently received a
l e t t e r from his brother, Jacob C. Anthes, of the Ry. Engineering- Forces,
written "Somewhere i n Fz:ance" on
Oct. 29. "I was very glad to g e t your
letters as I received two today;" he
m-ites. " W e had snow Sunday, the
28th, a n d - i t laid all day Monday, but '*I+
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it was a nice day Mongay as it did
not rain and that was a ehang'e. We ~0
all have coughs but t h a t will be over _~#-,O
in a day or so if R doesn't rain. ! I~
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get a letter every little while from
Canada and have received one from .:.6
Mrs. John Schwaderer. I am w c r k i n g
!and having a good time. W e eat ~ V ( ? ] I
and have lots of clothes," but need
'boots and seeks~ pretty badly: We!l,
Walter, I am glad t h a t I came and was ,O
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l not sent. t stay in cam~ and t r y not ~+~
n , of" th~
I to b~eak
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' ~ tax
,- a,s_~s I w a n t co
leave with a clean sheet and not have
any marks a g a i n s t my name."
A R R O W SILK S H I R T S , $4.00.
SUSPENDERS,
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M O N A R C H A N D A R R O W S H I R T S in Madras
and Percale, $1.25, $ 1 . 5 0 .
presents--PREsiDENT
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candy, nuts, ere., for t h e children, or t h a t nice hand-painted china or cut....
glassware for mother, sister or s w e e t h e a r t ?.... X m a s goods have been mov-
Miss Mildred Schneider u n d e r w e n t
an operation Saturday for removal of
tonsils and adnoids.
Mrs. Guy Allen expects to start
Wednesday
for
Cleveland,
Ohio,
where she will visit with her parents,
g+ Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Koteeka. Mrs. AlIen will spend several days in Pontiac
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Mrs. J. D. Crosby, who l:as been
*I+ the guest of Mrs. Leonard Moore in
Chardon, Ohio, for two weeks, !eft
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Tuesday for Ypsl,m.~
where
:.~ there
she wilt visit at the l:ome e f h e r sister,
Mrs. Nellie Yerkes, until a f t e r Christma~;.
The g~-eatest values on the m a r k e t t o d a y ~ n e w est p a t t e r n s in fast colors. For the y o u n g m a n
a S I L K S H I R T is a m o s t acceptable gift.
"1 for 40c
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delight t h e heart of every man.
fflonarch and Arrow
hirts
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J u s t think of it.
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In Hosiery
sins.
Mrs. J o h n Hayes of Cedar Run
spent last week as the g u e s t of Mrs.
Margaret Hendriek.
John Clark and four daughters,
Marie, Gladys, Josephine and Leila,
underwent operations for removal Of
[.tonsils and adnoids on Saturday at
Pleasant Home Hospital.
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Oloves and Mittens
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John McPhail of Detroit is spendJr,g; the week at the home of his sister, Mrs. Walter Walker.
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O ly iN'ne N
,
Merle Parmalee of Pontiac came
Tuesday noon to spend several days
at his home here.
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Men's Silk FIufflers
[soldiers. They will meet every Thurs- I
! ~ h e accumulating of a suostant~a~
Mr. and Mrs. Urvan Cross visited l day afternoon. All ladies are invited~ fortune can create a prosperous ma~,
S u n d a y with her parents, Mr. and to come and help with the work.
t but not necessarily a happy one; a
i peaceful conscience is the true content,
Mrs. Thee Turner, at Eilington.
Mrs. Harry Johnson and daughter, i a~d wealth is but her golden ornaThe Red Cross Society m e t at the Margaret, visited last week w i t h h e r l ment.
Cotwood Hall l a s t Thursday where parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. McCar- I
t h e y did knitting and sewing for the 'thy.
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I Advertise it in the Chronicle.
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We have a large assortment~-priCeSyours
for a big HolidayMWays
theBusiness.lOwest,quality considered.
PALMER BROS, Gagetown -
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Red yearling steel" and t w o - y e a r - i
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c a l l e d o n f r i e n d s h e r e .Tdesday.
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G a g e t o w n , . u n d e r w e n t a n o p e r a H o n } W o o d ' s s t o r e SatuIxtay e v e n i n g . P e r ~ a t u r d a - , a n d is s e r i o u s l , , ill
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• Mr. a n d Mrs+ M e r l e P a r m a l e e . a r e t h i s n~otice
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t h e p a r e n t s of a y o u n g son b o r n Dec.
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L o s t ~ * a r h i l e driving; f r o m m y fa-}
1~, a n d his n a m e wi!l be J a c k .
H a r r y R h i n e s of A s h l e y r e , r u e d
t h e r ' s fa~-m to Cams City, t h e e v e n i n g I
of Nov. 15, I w a s r u n into by T h o s .
h o m e M o n d a y a f t e r s p e n d i n g a w e e k J a c k s o n , w h o w a s d r i v i n g ~n a u t o
a t t h e h o m e of Rev. S. E. C o r m a n y .
l i g h t e d by a lante~m, m y b u g g y w a s
u p s e t a n d in Lhe d a r k n e s s I lost a k i t
Chas. Halt of D e t r o i t w a s a g u e S t ! o f m e c h a n i c M tools, w h i c h I h a v e
a~t t h e h o m e o f h i s b r o t h e r , I s r a e l been u n a b l e to find. A ~uitable reH a l l , f r o m W e d n e s d a y u n t i l S a t u r d a y . wa,'d
+ will be P aid+ by m e f o r t h e ret u r n of t h e s e tools. Clarence D a v e n Hem'y Brandon of Gagetown has
b o u g h t t h e u n i o n d e l i v e r y o£ Benj, port, Cass City, Mich.
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G u n i t h e r a n d t o o k p o s s e s s i o n on M m >
A4,Mess
K i t " will g l a d d e n t h e
Xmas
of
any
Sammy--at
Bigeow's,
day..
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M r . and. Mrs. J o h n R i c k e r (and t w o $1.50,
e h i l d r e n o~ O w e n d a l e w e r e g u e s t s a t
Shoes a n d c l o t h i n g , h a b e r d a s h e r y
%he h o m e of D r . a n d Mrs. F. L. M o f a n d b o y s ' w e a r ~ m a k e u s e f u l X m a s
ris Tuesday.
g i f t s . L e t us s h o w y o u - - T h e T & M
A. 'B. P a r m a l e e
r e t u r n e d T u e s d a y storefrom Pontiac where he spent
w e e k s v i s i t i n g h i s sons, Merle
two
and
do
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B l a t c h f o r d ' s C a l f Meal a t
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R i t t c n h o u a e t o o k c o n s i d e r a b l e t i m e & Woodcock.
recently
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1F r i d a y s f o r t h e p u r p o s e Of c o l l e c t i n g :J.:}:
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we .feel
a nd su gge sti ons
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t h a t a v ~°s ~° t - - _n e r e ' ~ z °~' " g ~"v e
t hat w ill fi|l your
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TOILET ARTICLES
IVORY GOODS
PURSES
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FOUNTAIN
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LADIES' HAND
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P l e n t y o f s m a l l g i f t s "f o r T e a c h e r
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in t h e p o p u l a r D e t r o i t shape, of n e a r seal, g e n u i n e seal a n d beaver,
fine soft linings of satin a n d silk, prices f r o m
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films.
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~' e o n d i t i o n s ; - - t h a t
~ (the
Underwear<
ford. T~ursd.avs, Dee. 2O and .27, at +
O r g a n s f o r Sale.
F o r c a s h o r on t i m e p a y m e n t s .
L ~ z n e ' r ' s F u r n i t u r e Store.
+ 5-4-
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im only).
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finestc l optrhoedsu-c- t i o n s in
Ti'avel Bags
Collm" Bags
S h o u l d n o t r i n g b e f o r e invitations
AI1 p r i c e t>cns a t Ca,ss City D r ( ~ Co. p r i n t t ~ b y t h e Chronicle on s p e c i a l
Guaranteed~
lfigh g r a d e st o~l, ha+e: b e e n sea?t ~
y o u r f r i e n d s . ~If t h e c h a r m i n g b r i d e
S e e t h e n e w J a c k T a r , L i o n B r a n d to be will h o n o r u.s w i t h a v i s i t w e wiI1
e ~ l l a r al~ C r o s b y & Son:s. . , : I0-19-: gqadIy s h o w h e r s'peelmen c a r d s b r o m
: -'..:whiehtomakeasdeetion.
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I h a v e a n o t h e r piece of..linel61am 121
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floor c o v e r i n g 6 f%. wide. All a r e flew:
t will be a t the I)eford B a n k . De- [
and
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bring" m o r e l a s t i n g s a t i s f a c t i o n t h a n one of t h e s e
Fur-!ined
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+ors with adva+eement. Room and
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b o a r d ever~eching m o d e r n , at t h e corn- n+_en and boys is the T & M q u a l i t y
~:any's b o a r d i n g h o u s e , a t $3,00 a weeR. stor~.
W~;ite for i n f o r m a t i o n W e s t e r n Knff,t :
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i ~ g Mg, ts. R o c h e s t e r , M i c h i g a n . 7 - 2 7 . 1 3
Sale of a m ' o n s and f a n c y w o r k at
-Mrs. BlcGilivray's m i I t i n e r y s t o r e on
Fov,,:d Farce! contair.in°" t we s u i t s of S a t u r d a y colutucted by P r e ' s b y t e r i a n
e h i l d ' s u r d e r w e a r ~ast of Ga~eta)wm ., " ,
l~i~+low's. Ha~*dware a d r a f t of ~100.00
trifles
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t h e kind of C h r i s t m a s e v e r y m a n w a n t s .
10-26- +,,'ill e e i e b r a t e "by +fferin+ c h i l d r e n - - t
yes and e v e r + b o a y else, >+~ c e n t +. lb.+
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A n d if y o u would please h i m w i t h t h e g i f t you g i v e
h i m a t C h N s t m a s --follow his example.
Now T H A T ' S
Soldiers
15 bushe+s of S m u t N o s e a n d K inF.; 3p +
Phillir~ scecP co:,'n f o r s:-de. F i n l e y R o s s . ,
" T e a t a s t e s b e t t e r in an e a r t h e n
12-14-1
~oc, ~,.,d an old h o u s e k e e p e r as s h e
:admired t h e n e w " H e a t p r o o f C h i n a +
~3. L. Hiteheoek.
men's
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time
quality things--the kind he knows he'll find in this good,
Fur Caps
Cloth Caps
F o r Sale+ ,.
sale. Ed, 8 e h w a d e r e r .
12..7-2
W i t l sei1 m y beautiful g e e a n t o i n e -+
biY~e, ~even p a s s e n g e r m a c h i n e , .which
B e s t line of P o s t Cards, T a g s , a n d
h a s b e e n r u n b u t 6,000 miles, i t c o s t I S e a l s a t Cuss City D r u g Co.
=+ +,+7+
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b u t he k n o w s t o d a y , p o s s i b l y m o r e t h a n e v e r before;
h o w e s s e n t i a l it is to b u y GOOD t h i n g s - - d e p e n d a b l e -
Gowns
12-7-2p
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His
Goats
Heavy Jumbo
K n i t s w e a t e r s at,'
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ire b u y ; r a e t i c a l u s e f u I X m a s N.fts=. . . . . . . . .
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w h e n he t a k e s t i m e on s o m e b u s y d a y to go o u t and b u y
Gloves
Hosiery
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sust pende,+s a n d belts, T & M s w e a t e r s - ",~
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C H R O N I C L E LINERSJia;~parel! ag the T & M q u a l i t y store.
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f o r he n e v e r finds he h a s too m a n y of t h e m .
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Madras Shirts
Dress Shir~
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non-serviceable "knick-knacks'"
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Mufflers
sons,. J o h n a n d E e l s , of Iron~ Rzver,
F o u r Jelse+ y cows a n d 5 aetse'+y '
W ~ s . Hey. H e l o n b o l d of v, a g e t o w n y e a r l i n g h e i f e r s f o r .~Me. A. T. H i s e r . }
had
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k i n d t h a t h e h a s b e e n t h r o u g h in t h e
"-ast five - e a r s
T w o Durham. cows f o r sale. S . C .
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Olezium Ontio, who has made his
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home the past thirteen years at the
H a v e t h a t X m a s s u i t or o v e r c o a t
Nome. of J o h n .Baames' , p a s s e d away~ v~a:s~.+'~t . m . d l s. No . d ~ a . c e
m
S a t u r d a y m o r n i n g at the g r a n d old
a g e o f 97 y e a r s , a f t e r an ittness of
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Wood's.
F i n l e y Ross, is an expe+'ienced m s ,+
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mouse a n a ~ a r n on w o o m a n a e~ve
ehinist
and speaks
m t h e h~ghest~ f o r sale.
C h a s . , Bixby. ,. 12-7-3
t e r m s of t h e e o u ~ e s y s h o w n at. t h e
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H i r e s C o n d e n s e d Milk Co.'s p l a n t . Mr.
Win~er m i l l i n e r y a t h a i f price, L a u d
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Cass •City D r u g Go. T h e p r o p e r g i f t
f o r t h e y o u n g lady. All prices. "
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A n g u s M c l n t y r e of D e t r o i t , w h o is
a g u e s t a t t h e h o m e of his siaber, Mrs.
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Whyl he has already~passed the danger zone and we have his official O. K. on our line of Holiday Goods
right now, so don't fail to visit us and see what Old Santa has in store for you. N o w let us h e l p you in
your Xmasshopping. Here are a few suggestm" I1 s.
We have all kinds of
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For the Baby--Dolls.Rubber Dolls, Pacifiers, Rattles,
Xmas Decorations==
For the Boy--
Tinsel, Tree Ornaments, Bells, Wreaths, Garlands,
Poinsettia, Sprays, Holly Sprays, Candle Holders,
Candles, Santa Masks, Xmas Tags and Seals, Etc.
Balls, Cups,
Bells, Dogs, Jumping Jacks, Mugs, Child's Sets. Etc.
Toys, Games, Sleds, Books, Guns, Blackboards,
Banks, Balls, Drums, Trains, Purses, Mirrors, Combs,
Brushes, Etc.
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O=o=o=o L o o k W h o ' s Here!
For ,the (iirio-
Santa: says "every child must have a doll" and we
have a whole gross of those
Dolls, Doll Cabs, Games, Books, Dol! Beds, Cradles,
Toy Tea Sets, Chairs, Rockers, Pastry Sets, Flat Irons,
Scissors, Stationery, Toilet Sets, Fancy China, Handkerchiefs, Etc.
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Christmas and Saturday we are going to have another
Saturday,
For the Lady==
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D e c e m b e r 15
10c
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Books, Stationery, Fancy China, Toilet Sets, Crumb
Sets, Manicure Sets, Water Sets, Three-piece .Aluminum
Sets, Lamps, Mirrors, Combs, Brushes, Perfumes, Fancy
Baskets, Handkerchiefs, Etc.
Special on Oinger Snaps!
Each
You can't afford to miss this oppo~unity ofsecuring one
of these beautiful doUs for only 10c.
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Barrels and Barrels of them at
is
27c per
barrel
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which we are going to place on sale
Shaving Sets, Mirrors, Tourists Sets, Mugs, Military
Sets, Brushes, Combs, Collar Bags, Match Safes, Necktie Racks, ink Stands, Etc.
CANDY, broken taffy, kisses, fancy mix- ,.
tures, creams, peanut candy 20 and 2 ~ lb.
NUTS, mixed nuts, Brazil nuts, almonds,
pecans
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20c lb.
FANCY ENGLISH WALNUTS, new ~ 25c lb.
ORANGES, the juicy kind
30c to 50c doze
GRAPES, those delicious red imperials 20¢ lb.
APPLES, any grade you wish 30c to 60c pk.
SALTED PEANUTS, the best, only 20c lb.
Nice fresh Roasted Peanuts
Beautifu~ Character Dolls Eleven
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Beautiful Stationery. Splendid
Ivory Pieces. Fine Perfumes
and Toilet Water:. Kodaks,
Tripods, Carrying Cases, Snap
Shot Books.
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V o l ~ r e w~s tt~e u,~lies~ man ~ .hta
age. ~ma-e~at~d ~o a sl~el~on, ~tl ~ l e
f e a t ~ r . e ~ ~ f ~ i ~ e~untenane~ ~ ~
~xm e t f~'~m l,h~ llbck of t~eth; his ~illill$
P-ssession
we~-e s u n k e n lazd ~ n , kla~l; his ~ m
so. ~llr. b~.ek f~ h~s bead a ~ l I ~
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t quired to be t a b u l a t e d by C o u n t y
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b ~ w ~ ~ to b~ almost i/avisible.
•.u~ually wore a lflrg~ wig, ~ o m ~
m i d s t of wheeh hi~ a t t e n u a t e d f ~
peepe0 o m with ¢-m~c~ eff~et, lye:
y e a r s before be 6~e¢t bis wei:gbt ¢}id ~et
exce¢~l ninety p~unds.
regardin,
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and w h e n t h e
I the Nathonat a r m y ,
q u e s t i o n a i r e s a r e filed and t a b u l a t e d ,
[email protected] w h a t the p o w e r s t h a t b e do no~ k n o w
@ a b o u t the r e g i s t e r e d m e n of t h e count r y wilt be of little use for m i l i t a r y
purposes, s a y s t h e C a r e A d v e r t i s e r .
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A few of the facts concerning: the
But why enumerate, come in and let us show them @ 2,333
m e n who a r e on the rolls of def e n d e r s of the c o u n t r y f r o m Tuscola
to you.
c o u n t y a r e h e r e set d o w n
Of m a r r i e d men t h e r e are 1190; single 1148.
Of the 1001 who h a v e been called
and e x a m i n e d , 544 a r e m a r r i e d , 457
single. Those
called and accepted,
33 a r e m a r r i e d , 161 single.
Those
called and not a c c e p t e d a r e 511 m a r CHURCH CALENDAR.
t Wentwm~h Friday.
tied, 296 single. Reg-istered and n o t
, Mr. a n d Mrs. J o h n R e t h e r f o r d spen~ called, 646 m a r r i e d , 686 single.
C h r i s t i a n S c i e n c e - - S e r v i c e s a r e held i W e d n e s d a y in Cuss City.
Of the 2,.?,~ registea~d, 2,122 a r e
~ v e r y S u n d a y m o r n i n g a t 11:00 and
X~ednesday e v e n i n g a t 7:80. S u b j e c t !
M a r k Smith of S h e l b y spen~ las~ }~ative bo~a~ A m e r i c a n s ; 23 are n a t u r a l i z e d citizens, 27 had d e c l a r e d
f o r S u n d a y , Dec. 16, is "God, +,;hePro- i w e e k a t H o w a r d R e t h e r f o r d s.
Zerv~r of M a ~ . "
~ Miss R u t h S m i t h of Clifford spent t h e i r intention to b e c o m e citizens a n d
][}aptt~t C h u x e h - - W m . F . ~an~de , I ~ h e w e e k . e n d a t H o w a r d R e t h e r f o ~ d 'S . 1113 a r e aliens.
Of the 1,001 e x a m i n e d , 909 w e r e hapast~:r. M o r n i n g w o r s h i p 10:30. Su~,~ I The So~th N o v e s t a F a r m e r ' s Club
j e e r ! of t h e s e r m o n " R i g h t e o u s n e s s .
~ m 4 a y s~bo~l a t 11:45 w i t h classes i m e e t s a t Benj. Hicks', F r i d a y , Dec. fives, 100 n a t u r a l i z e d , 30 h a d d e c l a r e d
i~tentions and 44 w e r e aliens.
~for iil][. E ~ e v d n g s e r m o n 7:30 on the r21. •
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~ub~
" I s t h e ~ i b l e in D a n g e r . "
[' Charts h a v e been p r e p a r e d cover• D ~ n ' t fail to g e t in on t h e a u t o race
A , n u m b e r f r o m h e r e a t t e n d e d the t i n t t h e s e and ,seVeral o t h e r opints, in.at t h e B a p t i s t S u n d a y school.
['all d a y m e e t i n g a t t h e Deford c h u r c h
e l u d i n g the n a t i o n a l i t y of all f o r e i g n
E v a a g e l l e a l - - T h e Y. P. A. h a ~ [ T h U r s d a y .
born, t h e n u m b e r r e j e c t e d and t h e
~teceed t h e f o l l o w i n g officers: Pr,~:si-]. R u t b : R e t h e r f o r d h a s r e t u r n e d frcrm
'cause f o r r e j e c t i o n , e t c .
dent; D a t v i n Schneeder; vice pres.., Alm a . ~ a r k ; see., J e n n i e G a r d n e r ; tre~a.s.].!Chro w h e r e she has s p e n t the 1fast
All this e n t a i l s u p o n the c o u n t y
~ame
~enJ~egnaa~; cot. see., ~ , ~ [ { e w
weeks.
c l e r k a vast a m o u n t of bw.instaMng
B u e h r t e y ; m i s s i o n a r y see., M ~ . C . J , [ Regfi~uld Courliss of P o n t i a c is vis- labor not r e q u i r e d 0 f p r e v i o u s officers,
S~riffier.
[it~ng a t his p a r e n t a l h o m e and oth- and t h e assistarree he has received
from
Miss
Jes~sie " Wilson.,
now
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l:er r e l a t i v e s here.
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C h a r l e s Bush, 19, U n i o n v i l l e ; F a y [$24.()0 a t the pie social and b a z a a r at board, has been invaluable.
A d v e r t i s e it in t h e Cha-u~dele.
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[the} schoolhouse F r i d a y ~ight.
Milton B e a c h , 24, V a s s a r ; F a n n i e
Wies*, 29, : P ! y m o u t h .
Th$ Perfect But! Terrier,
H a r r y T u r n e r , ~3, Co.lling; Mildred
T h e m o d e r n bull terrier is the rest~lt
Wittsie, 21, Care.
of very careful a n d inten~ive bra~ting.
I t is n o w a well defined type a n d h a s
los~ almost, all the ebaracterlstic~ of
KINGSTON-NOVESTA
TOWN" LtNE its ancestor, t.he b~ttdog. I t m u s t be
pure white, e~eept for t h e nose a n d
J o h n L e e "has m o v e d b a c k on his eyes, w h i c h m u s t b~ black. A n y . o t h e r
m a r k s , w h i l e .they do n o t disqualify in
farm.
t h e s h o w rip, g, are constdered ~mdesh,aI, loyd O s b o r n e h a s g o n e to F l i n t b l e . - - ~ e w Ym'k ~Vor.Id.
for employment.
~2~rs. J . D. F u n k visited Mrs. G.
A d v e r t i s e it in t h e Chronicle.
Word~ resemble sunburns--the more
they are condensed the deeper they
burn.--Chlcsgo New~.
in~" h o u s e k e e p i n g t h e old-fashi~nell
w a y is n o t h i n g b u t d r u d g e r y . And
you d o n ' t need to do it. T h e r e ' s a a
e a s y way. It. saves steps, save~ labor,
saves money. It's. a Kite_hen
Cabinet. N e a r l y aIt w o m e n have Mrchert
FRETTING.
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habit of fretting ~s one that
grows rapidity unless it is atern|y
repressed, and the best
to
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look on t h e cheerful side of life.
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cabinets
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too,
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l h a v e one. We .have t h e m in d i f f e l ~ n t
i modets. You wilt find ,one h e r e to suit
T h i s \ m a p s h a w s v e r y g r a p h i c a l l y t h e n u m b e r of N E W m e m b e r s w h i c h l y o u r k i t c h e n a;~e] to suit you.
each Red Cross Chalater in the Sta~e is e x p e c t e d to secure in t h e Christmas',
P r i e e s h a v e been plaeed v e r y low.
"drive," each Chelator to hold its p r e s e n t m e m b e r s h i p and to ~ecur~ t h e hum-I
COME I N TODAY.
bet Padieated in addition. T h e S t a t e is fully organized, each c o u n t y h a v i n g [
~ " l~rincipal c.hapter and as m a ~ y b r a n c h e s as it m a y ,Grin. T h e r e are
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pa1'gn is 750,000 by ~hrigtmas 1~ve. LL~I" YOUR MEMBERSH|P HELP TC]
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v e r y well m a d e a n d s e r v i c e a b l e d r e s ses t h a t c a m e to u s f r o m y o u r c h a p tel
T h e y a r e j u s t w h a t we need, a n d
We a r e d e l i g h t e d to h a v e t h e m , a n d
d e l i g h t e d also to h a v e a n e w g r o u p o f
w o r k e r s w h o will h e l p us c l o t h e t h e
h u n d r e d s of n e w c h i l d r e n w h o a r e
c o m i n g to u s t h i s w i n t e r . M a n y ~
t h e m are the forlorn little pilgrims
that the Germans are sending back
from
occupied
territory,
through
S w i t z e r l a n d , a n d w h o will n e e d b o t h
time a n d c a r e
before they recover
from their experiences.
RED CROSS NOTES.
t trector o
I. D. McCOY, M. D.
Oflic~ t~ P l e a s a n t H o m e H o s p i t a l
Phone 80~3S.
T h e Cass C i t y R e d C r o s s A u x i l i a r y
has received the following letter from
t h e N e w Y o r k e x e c u t i v e c o m m i t t e e of
the "Centre France-American:"
Mrs.
C h a r l e s Wilsey,
Cass City, M i c h i g a n .
P h o n e 62.
My D e a r Mrs. W i l s e y :
i t h i n k pei'haps you h a v e a l r e a d y
been
t o l d by Mrs. Hall of A n n A r b o r ,
DENTISTRY.
to w h o m I w r o t e a f e w d a y s a g o , t h a t
L A. F r i ~ z , R e s i d e n t D e n t i s t .
@4~ice o v e r Cass City Drug c o m p a n y . y o u r box r e a c h e d us safely. I -want,
W< =?£:~t: ::,,~:: p=trou=qc w h e n ~;n
tmet~ o f dental wor1~.
F.
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L. M O R R I S ,
M.
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L i c e n s e d E m b a l m e r . Mrs. K n a p p ,
Assistant with License. Night
~d ~ day calls receive promp~ attendS.
City Phone,
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F l a d y s , of Albei-ta, a r e v i s i t i n g a t t h e
h o m e of t h e f o r m e r ' s b r o t h e r , E. R.
A m s e y R o b e r t s of S a g i n a w visited B r u t e .
his p a r e n t s , Mr. and Mrs. G e o r g e
J a m e s B r u t e a n d f a m i l y o f Cass
R o b e r t s , f r o m T h u r s d a y u n t i l M e n - City v i s i t e d a t t h e h o m e o f h i s f a day.
thor, J a m e s B r u c e , st., S u n d a y .
B e r t L e s t e r of E l b a v i s i t e d h i s .
R u s s e l C l a r k w e n t to D e t r o i t Sat.b r o t h e r , F r e d , from: S a t u r d a y u n t i l [ u r d a y a n d a r e g e t t i n g a l o n g nicely.
M o n d a y . T h M r a u n t , Mrs. Ryat, reMrs. L y l e F o x w e n t to C a m p Cust u r n e d h o m e w i t h him.
tar M o n d a y w h e r e s h e e x p e c t s to see
P e r s i s Roberts is h o m e f o r s o m e h e r h u s b a n d b e f o r e h e l e a v e s f o r
t i m e on a c c o u n t o f s c a r l e t f e v e r in T e x a s .
h e r school.
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R. N. McCullough
AUCTIONEER
l~ke d~tes and arrangements
- l ~ a ' s t~e one we wa~t"
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Columbia
(irafonola
REAL ESTATE
want to buy or sell, farm or ii!i you are not likely to have
re,Adence propertw call and see us.
you are buying the right
ii instrument for your home.
FRITZ & WAIDLEY
From the lowest priced
~ee
with
L A. F r i t z ,
Dentist.
Grafonola to the handsome cabinet instrument,
Columbia instruments
invite and welcome cornMODELS DF PEIFECT|OH.
parison,
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left
t The Detroit creamery men returne~
ire D e t r o i t l a s t w e e k w i t h 140 rabbits°
Of c o u r s e Mr. D o u g h e r t y s h o u l d ge~
Credit f o r s h o o t i n g t h e m o s t of t h e m .
Thursday
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school w a s ~z{J.0O. visit r e l a t i v e s .
W h i l e t h e r e h e at"I h a d a fine deal t o d a y . "
T h a n k s to t h e h u n t e r s .
~tended t h r e e C h r i s t i a n S c i e n c e lee" T h a t so, m y d e a r ? W h a t w a s i t ? "
Mrs. Chas. K i l ~ o r e visited h e r sis- t u r e s .
"You k n o w J i g g s & : e g g s ' store~
" A s k D e t r o i t p e o p l e to h e l p s a v e
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w h e r e I a l w a y s p a i d c a s h for every~
b a b i e s of F r a n c e . "
T h i s is t h e tar, M r s . Chas. W o o l m a n , a t King's-.
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; d a u g h t e r , M~ss L o l a I~ilgore, relearned thing I bought?"
"Yes."
McLean, c o m m a n d i n g H a r p e r hospiMr. a n d Mrs. E. R. Bruce w e r e cal- h o m e T u e s d a y a f t e r
spending the
"Well, t h e y let m e o p e n a c h a r g e act a l u n i t , in
F r a n c e , to birs. E. D. -1ors in C a r e T u e s d a y a n d W e d n e s - w e e k - e n d w i t h t h e f o r m e r ' s son, I~olc o u n t , a n d n o w I shall h a v e m o r e mon~
S t a i r o f t h e D e t r o i t Red Cross c h a p - day.
and Kilgore, of Avoca.
ey to s p e n d ,on m y s e l L " ~ D e t r o t t F r e e
ter. A c a m p a i g n will be be s t a r t e d
Mrs. E l l a E l l s w o r t h a n d d a u g h t e r ,
Mr. a n d Mrs.
A. A. T h r o e p of P r e s s .
to p r o v i d e a f u n d f o r t h e aid of t h e s e
babies. " T h e n e w - b o r n of F r a n c e a r e
d y i n g f r o m l a c k o f w a r m c l o t h i n g , " ..'~:..~:::::~:::~:::~::~:::~::~:~:::~:~:~:~:~:~:::~:~::::~:~::~::~::::~::::~::~:~:~:::~:::::::~:~::~::~::~:~:~:::::~:~:::~:~:~.::::~:~:::~::~::::::~:~:::::~:~:~:::~:~:~::::::~::~:::~::::::::~::~:::
said Mrs. S t a i r . " M a j . M c L e a n in his
l e t t e r s t a t e d t h a t t h e p e o p l e w e r e so
d e s t i t u t e t h a t t h e y w e r e u n a b l e to
p r o v i d e c l o t h i n g f o r t h e l i t t l e ones.
" T h e Red C r o s s h a s no f u n d f o r s u c h
an emergency, but we hope that the
p e o p l e of t h i s c i t y will r e a l i z e t h e
!i!i n e c e s s i t y of s a v i n g F r a n c e ' s c o m i n g
g e n e r a t i o n , a n d c o m e to t h e r e s c u e
with funds and clothing."
HELEN
Eo W t L S O N .
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Let Santa Claus Lea
!il W a s h i n g t o n , Oct. l l . ~ T h e A m e r i c a n R e d Cross w a r council t o d a y a p f o r t h e r e l i e f of
ii pBreol pg ri ai antse dn o$589,930
t u n d e r G e r m a n rade~ t h e
!!!i w o r k
to be c a r r i e d o u t b y t h e n e w R e d
Cross department for Belgium
organized under the Red Cross commission to F r a n c e . C o m p r e h e n s i v e p l a n s
f o r r e l i e f w o r k h a v e b e e n w o r k e d oW
as t h e r e s u l t of c o n f e r e n c e s b e t w e e n
K i n g A l b e r t a n d M a j o r G r a y s o n M. P.
M u r p h y , h e a d of t h e c o m m i s s i o n to
F r a n c e . W a r e h o u s e s a n d s t o r e s will
be e r e c t e d i m m e d i a t e l y a l o n g t h e
c a n a l s a n d h i g h w a y s in B e l g i u m to
iil s e r v e a s c e n t e r s of r e l i e f d i s t r i b u t i o n .
i:~: F r o m t h e s e , f o o d s t u f f s a n d c l o t h i n g
S~lag
will be be d i s t r i b u t e d b y b a r g e s a n d
a u t o m o b i l e s to t h e r e f u g e e s b e h i n d
t h e f i g h t i n g lines. P a r t i c u l a r a t t e n PERYECIL
t i o n is to be g i v e n to B e l g i u m c h i l d r e n
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a n d o r p h a n s w h o h a v e b~en c h i e f s u f Ne~%$11e& Oft, Belts an}l aR kinds of Sewing
]V~ochine supolies, tl~pairing a specialty.
ferers during the war. The Red Cross
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f,'/e is p l a n n i n g to a i d h o s t e l s , e s t a b l i s h e d
u n d e r t h e d i r e c t i o n o f t h e q u e e n o f Belgium, for the care of children under
~ e r ~ is more Catarrh in this seetlon
'the c o u n t r y than all other diseases
four years of age. Refugee Belgian
together, and for years it was SUl~
c h i l d r e n in o t h e r p a r t s of F r a n c e a n d
d t o be incurable. Doctors prescribed
remedies, and by constantly failing
S w i t z e r l a n d also a r e t o r e c e i v e t h e
t~ ~mre with local treatment, pronounced
special care of the new department.
i t incurable. Catarrh is g local disease,
~ e ~ t J y influenced by constitutional cono
~ i 0 n s and therefore requires cor~titu~io~at treatment. Hall's Catarrh MediSCHOOL
NOTES.
c~e. manufactured by F. J. Cheney &
Co,, Toledo, Ohio, is a constltutionai
~edy,
is t~ken internally and acts
T h i r t y - s i x b o y s f r o m school h e l p e d
the Blood on the M u c o u s Surfaces
o~f the Systern. Ono Hundred Dollars ret h e f a r m e r s h a r v e s t t h e i r crops. T h e
~Lvd is offered for any case that Hall's
f a r m e r s , in t h i s w a y , w e r e able to
~_Attarrh /V[edicine fails to cure. Send for
~rculars and testimonials.
obtain help by asking Supt. Riggs,
~\ J. C I - I E N E Y & CO.. Toledo, Ohio,
w h o e x c u s e d t h e b o y s f r o m school tO
~ I d by Druggists. ~c.
:Hall's ~ a m i t y Yiiis for constJRatlon.
h e l p in t h e h a r v e s t a n d t h u s do t h e i r
"bit." Two hundred seventy-six days
SELLS
FLOUR,
FEED,
C H I C K w e r e done, m a k i n g a n a v e r a g e of sevF E E D S , B R A N A N D M I D D L I N G S , en a n d t w o - t h i r d s d a y s w o r k f o r each.
T h e f o o t b a l l s e a s o n is n o w o v e r a n d
O I L M E A L , ETC. DON~T F O R G E T
t h e b o y s h a v e s t a r t e d ba~sket ball.
T h e f i r s t g a m e of t h e s e a s o n will be
WE PAY
p l a y e d J a n . 25. I n t h e
meantime
class g a m e s will be p l a y e d . T h e schedule f o r t h e s e a s o n will a p p e a r n e x t
week.
K e e p yourgrowing girlsfree from colds
~md weakening coughs and y o u are helpT h e C e r m a n c l a s s e s will g i v e a
ing them to healthy vigorous w o m a n h o o d .
German Christmas program Friday
Thousands o f mothers have written letafternoon.
te,s of thanks, telling what
O w i n g to t h e e x t r e m e l y cold w e a t h Tar
er the pipes froze, thus damaging
~as done for their daughters in ridding
t h e C h r i s t m a s d e c o r a t i o n s in t h e lowthem of coughs that "hung o n " and
~ e a k e n b d them just at the age when the
e r grades.
4y o u n g girls required all the physical
Mrs. Beyette's grades
entertained
mrength they could command.
the high school Wednesday
morning
F o t e y ' s H o n e y and Tar is noted for its
in chapel.
They gave some excellent
quick effect on coughs, colds and croup.
Mrs Ads $anders, Cottentown, Tenn.,
selections which were very much
enwrites:~ "We use Foley's Honey and Tar a~
joyed.
best and only cou~hvemedy. It never fail~
to ~
our 'two girls when they have cold~."
To t h e p e o p l e i n t e r e s t e d in t h e
L. L W o o d & Co. C a s s C i t y D r u g Co. . t t * . O * * a ~ * ~ * * t ~ * ¢ _ _ - ~ _ - = _ _ ~
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in t h e n e w S t a n d a r d
Dictionary.
• h e r e is t h e w o r d " c o n d e n s e r y " a n d
it is spelled in t h e n e w e d i t i o n "con'~.°:~%%:~:.-%:~.~°,.:~:':g~:~%'~%%%~:.'.~:~%%.~%~:~:.'-.~'%~'%%n~`%:~:~%%%%~
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;,%%'~;*;* d e n s e r y , " n o t ' % o n d e n s a r y " , ' a s
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Mrs. I. B. A u t e n g a v e a n i n t e r e s t i n g t a l k to t h e M o d e r n h i s t o r y class"
o n : " A ~ ¢ and t h e R e n a i s s a n c e P e r i o d "
Tuesday .
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spirit is at our threshold. The Xmas
spirit is blowing in every nook and
corner. It's part of our b e n t , om
civilization, sacred with its visions o f happiness and
youth, friendship and fireside.
We have been prepa mg"m
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for
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last six months, till now we have the largest, finest stock of Gitt Merchandise~ ever
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brought to Cass City. No other place in the county has so much to show, so many
and such varied things to help people in their selecting. As for prices, the mere
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with good cheer.
Toyland
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$51,B0O.00
"'t suffered e~ tong time with
a v e r y w e a k back," w r i t e s :Fred .%~mith, 325 ]~Iain St., Green Bay, ~is.
"& few boxes of Foley K i d n e y Pills
c ~ m p l e t e l y •relieved me of all soreness 2i
and pain in t h e back, a n d now" t am
as s t r o n g a n d well as ever."
One c a n n o t help b e c o m i n g - n e r v o u s
a n d 'feeling t i r e d and worn out when
on t i m e deposits from date
the k i d n e y s fail to :filter a n d throw
out of the s y s t e m the poisonous w,asto
matter that causes k i d n e y tvoub.e~
of deposit if =eft3 to 12
~nd bladder a i l m e n t s .
B ~ c k a c h e is one of Mixture's danger :?i
........months,.
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by r h e u m a t i s m , a n n o y i n g bladder or
u r i n a r y disorders, 10uffy swellings
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p a i n f u l joints.
Foley .!~idne~, Pills get r i g h t ac the
• Satety deposit boxes for rent
~ource of trouble. T h e y invigorate ":.
the k i d n e y s to h e a l t h y a c t i o n and
at one dollar a year.
w h e n t h e k i d n e y s p r o p e r l y perform ~ii
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Eo0ks for the little tots, with t h e i r
b r i g h t pictures and their easy
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5, 10. 15 and 25e
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are j u s t loaded with t h e wonders of
Santa's Work Shop. Toys of every
description
Building Toys, Dolls,
Doll Buggies, Games, Dogs, Pop Guns
and a good display of other toys.
Finley
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Books for the grown-ups good
wholesome reading for these long
w i n t e r evenings . . . . . . . . . 25 and 50c
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a n d t h e N e w s , locai p a p e r s h e r e , h a v e
i n c r e a s e d t h e i r s u b s c r i p t i o n r a t e to
$1.50 a y e a r , effective J a n u a r y 1.
...This makes nine weekly newspapers
in H u r o n c o u n t y a t t h e $1.50 r a t e , seven o f t h e m h a v i n g
advanced from
$1.00 to $1.50 s e v e r a l m o n t h s ago.
B A D A X E A n a u t o m o o i l e t r i e d to
go t h r o u g h t h e b i g plate, g l a s s wind o w of T r i p p ' s m a r k e t
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activities, has moved with his family
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for any one . . . . . . . . . . . .
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PAGE NINE.
NOVESTA.
A S TJqR IN "171E EA S T
raaie
Lynn
W.
C. T. U.
met
with
T r u e F r i e n d s h i p a Mirror.
Ti'uo f r i e n d s h i p is self lo~;e a~ seco n d h a n d , where, as in a f l a t t e r i n g m i r r0r, w e m a y see o u r v i r t u e s m a g n i f i e d
! and our errors softened and where wa
m a y f a n c y o u r opinion of o u r s e l v e ~
~ c o n f i r m e d by an i m p a r t i a l a n d f a i t h rut witness.
H e (of sit t h e w o r l d )
c r e e p s t h e closes~ in o u r bosoms, IBko
oue f a v o r a n d e s t e e m , w h o t h i n k s ~f
u$ mos~ n e a r l y as w~ do o u r s e l v e s .
S u c h a oJae i~ i n d e e d t h e pa~ter~ o f a
friend, aaothe~ self, a n d o a r g r a n t e e
for t h e blessing is as ~ineere as i t t~
hollow In m o s t other eases. This t~
}one rea~oa why e n t h e fr~e.~gship
ucat'eely to be f o u n d , exeep~ i~ tore,-H~zlitt~
Mrs.
Livingston Wednesday afte~:oon and
s'r,~nt.~_ a v e r y e n j o y a b l e t i m e w i t h k n i t l i n g a n d Red~(/~x ss w o r k . T h e ]adie~
~ a v e a r i s i n g v o t e o f t h a n k s to M i s s
E d i t h Hall "who a s s i s t e d in r a i s i n ~
t h e $15.00 t h e u n i o n g a v e t h e D e f o r d
u n i t b y a box social a t B r o w n school.
Mrs, C o u l t e r , t h e d e l e g a t e to t h e !Oth
D i s t r i c t c o n v e n t i o n a t B a y City, g a v e
a v e r y i n t e r e s t i n g t a l k on t h e g o o d
w o r k of t h e u n i o n s d o n e in t h i s p a r t
of t h e s t a t e . O u r n e x t m e e t i n g will
be with 2~Irs. i i e n r v S~o~e.
A C hr ~t m a ~ Ballad
~y MARGARET
["Christ cradle'" is the,, e ~~" S ~ X O I I ! a ~ r n ~
for mince pie,]
~ff~WAS
t k e t i m e o/ t]~¢ old or:~,
sader$,
A n d Oac~: "with h~.s ~rokey;
bang
The lord of Lanca~'can castle
.t'fad OOnZ¢ froP,~. ¢h¢ HOUri Lang.
i i "~v~ Ch,~isi,nas eve in~ H~e c~s~ie;
The Yu/e log ~ r n t i.n the haH~
An~ he~met an~ shte~(~ ~.4 banner
T~'e,w shadows upon t?~e wa~l.
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W h e n p o u r i n g ou~ t e a o n e s o m e t i m e ~
is a n n o y e d to find the tea will r u n
d o w n t h e s p o u t . T o p r e v e n t thla r u b
a little b u t t e r r o u n d t h e o u t s i d e of t h e
~gmut.
A n d the baron was teI~,~ny stories
To the litttc ones at hG' kneez
Of some of the holy places
He har~ v~siSe4 overseas.
Mu=t Bo, but Not Wi,~e}y.
"Do you c o n s i d e r h i m a m a n w h ~
e a a be t r u s t e d .~
"Well," replied t h e purist, "I s u p p o s ~
he can be tmmted, b u t t h e r e w o u l d I ~
!considerable r l ~ k - a t t a e l ~ 4 t~ t h e l~r~
cee~ling."
T h e first llnotFpe m~chf~e w&~ ~
e ~ t e ~ in IN~4,
Then he spa~ce o~ the watcM.~.g ~.hvpWho sa~.~ such m.~xvelo~s s~ghts
And t~c song "that the a~ge~a chae~tcd
T~a¢ first of the Ohrist~na.~ n~ght~.
} Alfalfa Means Safe y
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to Wise investors
He to~d o~ the sfar whoe, e s h i ~ f f
He ~o~d of the ka~l~)eg crad;.e
T~vy ~howed ~iyn at Be~,h~eh¢?.~.
Aa~ t h e eyes o/~the childre~ gZiste,ned
To t ~ n k t~at a rac~ s~./~.ced~,
Witl~ on~y the straw for blabS.eL?,
To crad?e t~tv baby GhrisL
1low WaAi gton
C ns mas
'Way, dry up your tears, m y &wling$,"
Rtgh~ gayly the baron cried,
"For nothing but smiles ~vtu~t greet
me!
I'm home, ~,,?~ it'3 Chri~.t~,q3tide!
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i n g to look h a c k u p o n a
T ~ CIhSr i isnt mt ear se s tdai~
~t M o u n t Vernon,
"Come ~v,tfe; I have thought o~ a era.
d~¢,
w i t h t h e F ~ t h e r of His C o u n t r y as I
A.no~her them ibis, [ sa~y,
~es~ a n d his c h a r m i n g wife as i~ostess. Which, thou in t h y sYcf~l sha~.t m a k e m e
~g~nristmas at M o u ~ t V e r n i m in t h e
To honor this Christn~z~s day.
1)eacefut d~ys w h i c h followed the Revol~;~on w a s a l w a y s ex(:eeding]y merry, "~Ve ~outd not forget the ,mffngv:,,
V i r g i n i a n s Of t h o s e days, being
2o eh~;ose of t h y ph~t~crs fair
c a v a l i e r s, m a d e t h e m o s t of t h e hoti- The one that ia ~arge¢~, deepest,
~ y , w h i c h t h e g r i m P u r i t a n s of N e w
A~.d cover it in thy care.
~ k g l a n d p r a c t i c a l l y ignored, says t h e
Philadelphia P r e s s .
"W/$h -flakes o] the richest ~ast~y,
Though generally ~erious, WashingW r o u g h t cu~ni~gty by thy i~angs,
.fort could m~bend c o n s i d e r a b l y on s u c h T~at thus i t m a y bring be]ore us
a n occasion. 51ount V e r n o n w a s a l w a y s
The wrap of the swaddling bands.
,~zowded at this per!od, a n d the cele"And out o] t h y well s~orcd larder
b r a t i o n w ~ of a l u x u r i o u s c h a r a c t e r .
Set forth of t h y very best.
Whe C h N s t m a s d i n n e r w a s s e r v e d at
t ~ r e e o'clock in t h e " b a n q u e t hall," 'Is aught that ~,;e have too precious
7'o h o n o r this Ohr~stmas guest?
a n d p r o b a b l y no f e w e r t h a n 30 perN m s s a t d o w n t o t h e repast.
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"St~:ew meats o] the fl~est shre~d~,ng
For this special occasion the h o s t e s s
The s t r a w "was chopped in the
-~]ways got o u t ~h e r handsome servtce of
,tall;
p u r e silver, m o s t of w h i c h h a d b e l o n g e d
~o h e r w h e n , as the w i d o w Custis, she Bring but~er and wine a~d honey
To lavish ~7"o~tnd them a~l.
,had m a r r i e d Mr. W a s h i n g t o n , a n d t h e r e
w a s also a big d i s p l a y of c u t glass.
A n oddity, as n o w a d a y s it w o u h t be "Set raisins and figs of S m y r n a
That draw to the east our thouffht;
,~onsIdered, w a s t h e a r r a n g e m e n t . o f t h e
~able, u p o n which all t h e d i s h e s t,.) be Let spices tha~ ca~ o] the Magi,
W i t h their gifts, to mind be brought.
~served, i n c l u d i n g even t h e p u d d i n g s a n d
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" A l f a l f a " is a word which m e a n s s a f e t y to investors. It is
G R O W N ~ n o t found. It is n o t m i n e d ~ i t is r e a p e d ~ s e v e r al h e a v y crops to t h e year. It is an ally to science and a
r i g h t ha~d a s s i s t a n t to g'ood health, it costs little as a r a w
m a t e r i a l b u t it is very valuable as a finished p r o d u c t a n d tb
as it costs b u t little to m a k e it into usable form, t h e r e is a
large difference between t h e cost of t h e finished p r o d u c t and
t h e selling price to t h e public. The "difference" is PROFIT.
Alfalfa p r o d u c t s a r e now being used and because t h e
products a r e good and beneficial t h e d e m a n d is c o n s t a n t l y
i n c r e a s i n g . We can prove $his to your e n t i r e satisfaction.
,~
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~pies, w e r e p t a c e d ~t once. No w o n d e r
~ h a t in s u c h d a y s t h e f e s t i v e b o a r d
:was said to " g r o a n " b e n e a t h t h e
w e i g h t of viands:
As a m a t t e r of course, at t h e Christm a ~ d i n n e r , as welt as atl o t h e r occasions, t h e t a h t e w n s w a i t e d upon by
,,.~laves, w h o did d u t y as heuse servants.
T w o w e r e a l l o t t e d to each guest, so
~hat q u i t e a n u m b e r w e r e required. All
~f t h e e a t a b l e s h a d to be c o n v e y e d a
e o n s i d e r a h t e distanee, t h e k i t c h e n be,/~ng d e t a c h e d from the mansion, w i t h
w h i c h it w~s c o n n e e t e d by a c o v e r e d
way.
At the h o u s e s of t h e g r e a t Virginia
f a m i l i e s at t h a t periled it w a s custom~ry f o r t h e slnvo.~ t:) w a i t on t h e table
,in the o r d i n a r y p t a n t ~ t i o n garb. B u t
at M o u n t Vermin in,my t h i n g s w e r e on
,~t seale of e x c e p t i o n a l luxury, a n d t h e
e e g r o e s w h o p e r f o r m e d s u c h service
w e r e c!a~l in W a s h l n g t o n ' s o w n livery
o f red, w h i t e ~nd gold, w h i c h w a s
h a n d s o m e an(! s t r i k i n g .
The
nee(~ssity of s u p p e r wqs r e m o v e d
by ~ gre~t p r o l o n g a t i o n of t h e dinner,
.:at wh'~eh each p e r s o n w a s e x p e c l o d to
~.9,t a}l i h a t be or she possibly could.
~n fact. it was t h e d u t y Of t h e h e , t e s s [
g e n t l y to p e r s u n d e h e r g u e s t s to gorge l
~hem~e}ves t() repletion, while t h e h o s t
m a d e it his })u.~ines.q to p r e s s wine a n d
o t h e r d r i n k a b l e s ~-ipon the m e n to an
,extent w h i c h in t h e s e t i m e s w(m]d be
considered most imprudent.
A t a c e r t ' d u p e r i o d of the meal it
w s s W a s b i n g t o n ' s c u s t o m to rise f r o m
~ t s chair, hoTding a glass of M a d e i r a
~n his h~.nd a n d b o w i n g right an,,] l(fft.
-~o say, " G e n t l e n ~ n , I d r i n k to m y
~aests."
T h e n a t u r a t r e s p o n s e at t h e
~nst~nce of t h e m o s t d i s t i n g u i s h e d
g u e s t p r e s e n t w a s a heP.l~h d r i n k to
I~ady W,~shington.
I{',ot!owing the dinner a good, long
~vening was indulg~l In with }.~.stimes
~Ptgropri,~te fo Chr~sfmas. Blind mfm's
b u f f a n d h u r ~ t , t h e s l i p p e r w e r e n o t suff i c i e n t l y mtdignifie(t in t h e eye~ of
W a s h i n g t o n to be i n d u l g e d in.
The
W s s h i n g t o ~ f a m i l y C h r i s t m a s gifts
w e r e exifibited, a n d Nellie ,C,u~tis w a s
a l w a y ~ called ~pon te p l a y on h e r h a r p -;,~ehord.
A colored fiddler, o n e of t h e Naves
,~n t h e p l a n t a t i o n , in p i e t u r e ~ ] u e plant a t i o n garb w o u l d be called in at :~
c e r t a i n period, arid w h e n he w o u l d
~.~art some merry m u s i c the y o u n g people chose p a r t n e r s f o r t h e dance. B u t
~Le e i d e r ladies a n d g e n t l e m e n pref e r r e d e~rds. Small s t ~ k e s w e r e usu~ l l y p l a y e d for, b u t g a m b l i n g !gor m o n e y
~.o a col~siderable ~Inount w~ts a l w a y s
~ m s t o b j e c t / e n a b l e to XVasl~ington. A s
~or Nits. W a s h i n g t o n , she w o u l d invar i a b l y e n t e r into n o n e of t h e general
~s(ivJHt,,% b~t w o u ! d be t h e host to
utteh F a r t o f h e r g)tests who won!d n o t
e a r s to i n d u l g e in e i t h e r d a n c i n g or
~ards.
I t w a s at a l a t e ho.ur o~ t h e mor-ning
$.oiIo~ving Qhvi~tm~s t h a t t h e g u e s t s
would take their deDarture and the
~%'ashington h o u s e h o l d w o u l d q u i e t
d o w n to its oretinary re-d-line.
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"Let sweets that ~uggest fq.ankincense,
Let fruits f r o m the southern sea
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Be given ungrudged. Reme~nOer,
His choicest he gave /or t h e e !
"Then over the piled lip platter
A cover of pastry dra~v,
]V~th a star in its midst to m i n d u~
O/ that w h i c ~ the ~.e,ise men gaw.
"CI~.rist's cradle i~ what we'll call it,
A~d ever, street wife, I pray,
W i t h such thou w i l t m a k e its m e r r y
A t d.in~er each Christmas d a y Y '
6ypfies' Christmas.
T h e gypsy-()ln'i.qimas is a love f e a s t
and a carnival in one. T h e w a n d e r i n g
folk come t o g e d m r in ~ribat c e l e b r a t i o n
to choose t h e i r q u e e n for the b e g i n n i n g
year. E a c h et'm i]as its own u s a g e s
and s u p e r s t i t i o n s .
In R o u m a n i a t h e
cradle, so t h e y say, of n o m a d i s m , t h e
gypsy queen-is c r o w n e d with roses, a n d
roses tip h e r scep, ter and her wand. In
p!nce;of holly an(] m i s t l e t o e t h e h q r d y
Iiltle r o s e b u d w h i c h blosson}s at t h i s
seas(~D o;~ tlie a p e x of the hills i s honored n o t for its s w e e t n e s s merely, b u t
because of a f g i r C h r i s t m a s l e g e n d
which t h e a'ypsy folk Would m a k e disiqnciively ti{~ir o w n . - - C h i c a g o T r i b u n e .
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this g r e a t crisis, it will not be ~!
g~ah,~,~,~' to a' ',~,~e~ ~e~'*'entng~( ,,~,
T h e following p r o g r a m i~ being adop.
of us to play a p a r t in t h e fight- ~! ted in s u b s t a n c e by ~ a n y Michigan
ing b r u n e t t e s of o u r c o u n t r y ' s ~ C h a p t e r s :
service.
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M o n d a y , D e c e m b e e 1 7 . - : O p e n i n g of
All of u~~, h o w e v e r , c a~n b~~ ,~ C a m p a i g n .
identified with the R e d Cros~, ~
Tuesday, December 18.--Fraternal
~ ( ~ m the,~e t i m e s w h e n w h o l e ~)i Day. P a r t i c i p a t i o ~ by f r a t e r n a l bodies.
nation~ a r e o r g a n i z e d for war- [~ R a i s i n g of Red Cross Flag, to be disfare, is big e n o u g h a n d s t r o n g ~! p l a y e d t h r o u g h o u t t h e c a m p a i g n .
Vqednesdav, l } e e e m b e r t g . ~ W o m e n ' s
O i l O l l ~;t,t to c a r r y SOl.lie of tile bnrd e n for o u r soldiers, o u r sailors !'}' Day, on whi'eh s p e c i a l t r i b u t e wilt be
s a d our Allie~.
!~ paid to the work w h i c h w o m e n a r e
W e w a n t a R e d (;ross of three- g d o i n g in the Red Cross. M e e t i n g s of
q u a r t e r s of a m i l l i o n m e m b e r s i! local w o m e n ' s o r g a n i z a t i o n s . Speetat
in MichigaP,. We
want
the
exercises.
s t r e n g t h a n d s u p p o r t t h a t will i~
Thursday,
December
20. School
i~ Day, on which t e a c h e r s in the sehoots
this arllly of
grow froltl
bore.
' ;' wilt s p e a k on t h e significance of the
( ' b r i s l i n g s t i m e h a s b e e n set to
R e d Cross and upon t h e significance
of the C h r i s l m a s c e r e m o n y .
I
a t t a i n t h i s goal, b e c a u s e t h e R e d
Friday. December 21.--Employees'
Cro.~s and C h r i s l m a s
spring
Da.y, on which spec{at r e c o g n i t i o n wilt i
f r o m the ~anle ~pir~t, and these
be paid to the s u p p o r t w h i c h t h e lab- l
two great
~ymbols
o~ mercy,
,wing~
, m a n is,. . .givi~;~
.
to t h e Red Cross. l'
sacrifice a n d c h e e r m a y well be
F a c t o r y s p e e c h e s , etc.
1
united. On t!~,i~%,our first ChristS a t u r d a y , D e c e m b e r 22.--Boy Scouts'
ma~ in t h e war, t h e Red Cross
Day. on w h i c h Boy S c o u t s will be or.qymbol wilt add, not a, s p i r i t of
',';aii'~ed for c m w a s s for m e m b e r s h i p ,
d e j e c t i o n , by,1 [he t h o u g h t of
S u n d a y , I ) e e e m b e r 2 3 . - - C h u r c h Day,!
s e r i o u s purpos: ~ a n d sacrifice
on w h i c h C h r i s t m a s s e r m o n s on t h e
Which l h r o u g h a c c o m p l i s h m e n t
R e d Cross will be p r e a c h e d in t h e
it r e p r e s e n t s .
churches. ~
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It is h o p e d i h a t f r o m this
M! o m 1m y , D e c e m b e r 24.--Red Cross;
Christmas
c a m p a i g n of 19t7
C h r i s t m a s Cere~nony Day. At 7!30 on l
witl g r o w a p e r m a r , e n t c u s t o m ,
C h r i s t m a s Eve, c a n d l e s will be place5 l
whict] will i n c r e a s e the signi.
b e h i n d Red Cross S e r v i c e F l a g s i n ]
ftcance b o t h of C h r i s t m a s and
e v e r y h o m e . W o r k e r s will sing carols t
t h e Red Cross.
, iu t h e s t r e e t s and c h u r c h bells will]
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to pro ee~,d t h r o u g h e a c h neighb~i:hood
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CABS C I T Y C H R O N I C L E , CASS CITY, M I C H . , D E C E M B E R 14, 1917
;.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
John and K a t i e Defort t o J. H.
Kemp
& Company,
pt section 36 Akron $300.00.
r
E l i z a Giles t o F r e d G r e e n a n d Wife,
ne ¼ of se % s e c t i o n 11 M i i l i n g t o n
$100.00.
J a m e s A n d r e w s to S a r a h A n d r e w s ,
n ½ of sw % and e ~/~ o f ne of, se %
section
.
~xr. . 23,
. . Columbia
. . . . . $500.00 .
H e n r y and A g n e s T u r n e r to Clarence F u e s t e r , se ¼ o f sw % section
34 Indianfields $1.00.
C l a r e n c e and G r a c e F u e s t e r to H e n r y and A g n e s T u r n e r , w ~ of ne ~/~
section 2 F a i r g r o v e $8,000.09.
H e n r y T u r n e r a n d w i f e to C h a r l e s
• P e t e r s a n d wife, sw ¼ o f sw ~ section 1 F a i r g r o v e $1.00.
Malcolm W i c k w a r e a n d wife to J o h n
and S a r a h Caldwell, p t V i l l a g e Cass
City $1.00.
S a m u e l P a r k a n d w i f e to A l f r e d
and A l b e r t P u r d y , e ~ of n w % section 22 Indianfields $1.00.
H i r a m Bell and w i f e to A l f r e d a n d
A l b e r t P u r d y , pt. s e c t i o n 24 A k r o n
$1•00.
E m e r y Cook to M a r y K e n t , lot 5 in
blk 3 Cook's subdivision of A k r o n
$50.00.
".
F r a n k and A n n a Snell to R . F .
S h e r m a n and wife, se ~/~ of se ¼
section 36 M i l l i n g t o n $1.00.
H o m e r Miller and w i f e to Cloid
Miller a n d wife, p t s e c t i o n 10 A k r o n
$1.00.
Cloid Miller and w i f e to H o m e r M1l e t a n d wife, pt. s e c t i o n 10 A k r o n $1.
~ a n e Lei~ch to W i l l i a m B u r r o w s ,
lot 13, blk I, H i t c h c o c k ' s a d d i t i o n to
Cass C i t y $850.00.
Win. B u r r o w s a n d w i f e to Win.
W a r d , lot 13 block I, H i t c h c o c k ' s addition to Cass City $850.00•
D w i g h t K l a h n to C l a u d e B e n t I y a n d
Wife, s e ~ of n e ¼ s e c t i o n 20, E l m wood, also lots 7 and 12, blk 29 Vass a r $1.00.
Win. Stone to W m . A. S t o n e and
w i f e , e ~ of ne ¼ section 22 J u n i a t a
$1.00.
Hiram
Howell t o
Martin
and
Daniel C u m m i n s , lot 6 b l k 2 S m i t h ' s I
addition to CarD $100.00.
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BARREL :~12.60
BARREL $3.15
$
5 BARREL $6.30
~ BARREL $1.60
BARREL, $II.~0 ~
~ BARREL, $5.60
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BARREL,$2.80
~8 BARREL,$1.40
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Lots, $60.00
THE IARM PRODUCEii
;OMPANY i
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It's everybody's business,
In this old world of ours,
To root up all the weeds he finds,
And make room for the flowers.
So that every little garden
No matter where it lies,
May look like that which God once
made,
And called it Paradise.
i~
CANNING A---~DPICKLIN'G.
T o m a t o e s a n d c'~rrn are t w o ' o f our
a
~~dli~-~j~
~iZ!~h~e~ci!
is one of the easi
has b e e n formed. T h e d o u g h
must be v e r y stiff, since the boileff potato contains a l a r g e a m o u n t o f w a t e r ,
which .causes t h e dough to s o f t e n as
it ferments. T h e r e f o r e add no m o r e
wd~er to the d o u g h u n l e s s it is absolute!y n e c e s s a r y .
Set b a c k to rise t
antii it has t r e b l e d in v o l u m e w h i c h
will require a n o t h e r h o u r or two. Divide the dough into four parts, redid
~hem s e p a r a t e l y , and place in g r e a s e d
pans which h a v e b e e n _ w a r m e d slightly. Allow t h e loaves to rise until
they have doubled in volume and b a k e
~or 45 minutes.
~
!-2 C s u g a r ;
Yolks
You can't be too careful
abo=t
your plan--and
woodwork
,,
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MOIST CHOCOLATE CAKE.
1-3 C b u t t e r ;
~
~ ~
~
~
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of
2 eggs; 1-2 C s u g a r ; 1'2 C hot m a s h e d
est ways of pre- potat0i t oz. chocolate, melted" 1-4
Dr/'~
f- ~
serving it, a n d is C sweet milk; 1 C sifted flour; 1 3-4 t
Holding Cow~s Leg.
~ d ~
~
more g e n e r a l l y
baking p o w d e r ; 1-2 T c i n n a m o n ; 1-2 t
~ ' ~
:~ ~ \ " ~ liked when dried mace or n u t m e g ; 1-4 t clove; 1-2 C
easy ~nd safe and w o r k e d j u s t fine.
~
~
~
quickly than even
walnut m e a t s , chopped fine; w h i t e s of In ,~. little w h i l e the h e i f e r w o u l d stand
m,=~m<~m~=~
~
well canned corn.
eggs b e a t e n dry.
w i t h o u t t h e strap.
Pull the ears, h u s k and silk and drop
Cream the butter. Add the first half
A very good m e t h o d to c u r e a cow
into boiling w a t e r for five minutes, re- cup of sugar.
Beat yolks of eggs. from kicking and to t e a c h h e r to stand
move
from
the
boiling
water
and
dip
Beat in second half cup of sugar. B e a t
Mrs. Gee. P: D o d g e is t r o u b l e d w i t h
into cold w a t e r , d r a i n and pull from ghe two m i x t u r e s together. Add pota- still while milking is to f a s t e n a 2-by-4
blood poison in h e r a n k l e .
t h e cob a n d place in the drying pans, I to. Add c h o c o l a t e . Add spices and t i m b e r s e c u r e l y to ~he floor a n d ceiling j u s t b a c k of the cow, t h e n have
E m o n A. Cooke is a p a t i e n t a t the or place in jars, adding salt brine, I
baking p o w d e r to flour. Add milk and
bash h o s p i t a l a t C a m p C u s t e r .
u s i n g a teaspoonful of saK to a pint of I ~our alternately, Add w a l n u t m e a t s . .g good, strong s t r a p / w i t h q buckle, pass
a r o u n d h e r hind right ~eg a n d then
Mr. a n d Mrs. J• K i t c h i n a n d daug'h- boiling w a t e r , to fill the jars to over- t Fold in egg w h i t e s Bake in loaf. Do a r o n n d the 2-by-4 and d r a w up tight
ter, H e s t e r , visited h e r d a u g h t e r a t flowing. Seal the j a r s tight, then t u r n 1 not add any frosting to this cake.
and buckle it. Drive a spike in the
b a c k half a n inch, place on a r a c k in a
O w e n d a l e the firs~ of t h e w e e k .
2-by-4 p a r t w a y to keep the s t r a p from
boiler or o t h e r receptacle, cover to tI4e
CREAMED SWEET POTATOES.
slipping d o w n when the cow struggles
T r o u b l e d m i n d s and h e a r t s , t r o u b l e d d e p t h of an inch over the top of the
6 small s w e e t potaoes; 2 t salt; 2 to get h e r leg freG
existence a t best, o u r b e l o v e d n a t i o n t a l l e s t Jar a n d cook three hours for a
eggs; 1 1-2 T s u g a r ; 3 T b u t t e r ; 3 T
a t w a r . Who says m a n k i n d does n o t quart, t h r e e h o u r s and a half for a flour; 3 C milk.
t w o - q u a r t Jar. Seal on being t a k e n
SPEED OF STEAM SEPARATOR
mourn ?
R e m o v e the skins of cooked s w e e t
f r o m the boiler°
potatoes and cut each into four pieces.
C h a r l e s Hail of R o y a l O a k visited
Can or d r y all vegetables or f r u i t s as Place the potatoes in a b a k i n g dish. F a r m e r s Si~ould Be CaCeful to Follow
Directions Given by Manufactur.
quickly as possible a f t e r picking. T h e Make sauce of milk, butter, flour, suers of Machine.
slogan today is "An hour from t h e gar- gar, salt. Beat the eggs and add slow!::: den to the can." ¢If prime foods are
ly to the hot s a u c e
Pour over t h e
Some tests conducted by the I n d i a n a
t h u s c a r e d for t h e y Will be superior sweet P9tatoes. Bake in a slow o v e n
station show t h a t much c r e a m m a y be
w h e n - o p e n e d in t h e winter.
antit m i x t u r e thickens.
Do not let
T o m a t o Canning.--Select firm, ripe, cook until the m i x t u r e curdles. This lo~t by not r u n n l n g the c r e a m separauniformly red tomatoes for canning, of could be used in place of a m e a t dish. tor the p r o p e r n u m b e r of revolutions.
F a r m e r s sho ul'd be p a r t i c u l a r about
small size to slip whole into the jar.
~fotlowing directions of the several
Cover with boillng water until the
GLAZED SWEET POTATOES,
' m a k e s of separators. It has been esskins crack, dlp quickly into cold wa6 medium-sized sweet potatoes; 1-2 t i m a t e d t h a t over 95 per cent of the
ter, drain and peel, using care to reC brown sugar; 1-3 C water" 1 1-2 T da~:'ymen t u r n their m a c h i n e s too
move the hard green stem end and not
butter or oleo.
slowly. T h e question of speed, thereto break into the seed sacks and lose
• R e m o v e the s k i n s of cooked s w e e t fore, becomes one of much importance,
the Juice. Pack into sterilized jars
potatoes and cut in h a l v e s l e n g t h w i s e . and d a i r y m e n should look a f t e r t h i s ]
and fill with tomato juice, without a
Arrange in a b u t t e r e d pan. Make a f e a t u r e of milk and c r e a m h a n d l i n g I
drop of w a t e r ; add a little salt, h a l f a
syrup by boiling the s u g a r and w a t e r with as m u c h carefulness as they ( t o ]
t e a s p o o n f u l to each quart, and seal as
for t h r e e m i n u t e s . Add the butter. any o t h e r detail of mit k handling.
-[
for o t h e r vegetables. Cover in the
Brush potatoes with syrup and b a k e
boiler with boiling w a t e r and cook a
until
brown,
b
a
s
t
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i
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g
with
r
e
m
a
i
n
i
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g
half-hour. R e m o v e and seal tightly at
i a a hot, covered dish. PREVENT!NG HOR~S ON CALF
..
once. Good rubbers, if the jars a r e not ~yrup. Serve
s e a l e d too tight, will pass through the
BROWNED SWEET P O T A T O E S .
When Animal
Is W e , - , k or T w o Old
t h r e e hours' cooking of corn with]
Rub Caustic Potash on Little Nubs
6 meaium-sized
sweet p o t a t o e s 2 T
iii! out s t r e t c h i n g or looping out from un--Protect
F r c n Rain.
der t h e cover. If this should occur, re- i sugar; 2 T butter.
• Cut in halves l e n g t h w i s e cooked pomove the rubber, replace with another,
(North Dakota Experiment Station.)
tatoes, Place in a b u t t e r e d pan. B r u s h
dipped in hot water, and put back to
the tops of the potaoes with the but- • H o r n s can be p r e v e n t e d f r o m growboil a g a i n for a f e w minutes to be sure
ter. Sprinkle slightly with the sugar. mg on a calf by rublAng caustic pottIie vegetable has been well sterilized.
Place in a hot oven and bake until ash on the little nabs t h a t develop
Into horns, A good time to do this
nicely browned.
is w h e n the calf is a w e e k or two old.
BOILED sWEET POTATOES.
Wrap one end of the stick of caustic
1. Select potatoes of s a m e size; 2. In p a p e r to p r o t e c t the fingers, moisten
scrub clean; 3. Drop into boiling wa- the o t h e r a n d r u b on the hubs. Be
Making It Pleasant.
C u s t o m e r (who has Just purchased a ter; 4. Whe.n done, drain off the wa- careful t h a t it does not r u n down the
face and into the eyes. R e m o v i n g the
wonder~ully cheap set of f u r n i t u r e ) - ter and s h a k e over the fire until dry.
hair helps. Make t h r e e applications,
Do you a l w a y s pack furniture carefulNOTE--In all ~f there reoipes all m e s s - a l l o w i n g it to dry b e t w e e n each applily before delivering it?
urements are level, and T equals table- cation. T h e calf should be protected
N e w Boy--This kind we do 'cause spoon, t equals teaspoon, C equals cup,,] from rain to k e e p ,*he c a u s t i c from
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saves :.:.ace and makes life easier.
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The
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with
C~ C o e d
its exceeding-
ly comfortable
and refined furn/shinns, its neat appearance
and everyday-in-the-year
utility, is an especially attractive
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T a x e s a r e a g a i n s o a r i n g to the
high water mark.
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F r a n k W e b s t e r and w i f e to William
~ost a n d wife, pt s e c t i o n 33 K i n g s t o n
$6,000.00.
Gee. K e r r a n d w i f e to W i l l i a m
Most a n d wife, pt V i l l a g e of M a y v i l l e
$2,000.00.
W i l l i a m Most a n d w i f e to L i l l i a n
W e b s t e r , pt. V i l l a g e o~ 1V[ayville $2,-
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NEWS.
E s t a t e of Charles Shot. late of May- !.heard and allowed•
] E s t a t e of R o d e r i c k McDonald, l a t e
[Monday]
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c o u n t f o r the guardian w a s allowed.
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h e a r d and allowed.
I h a n d c a u g h t in the wringer, t a k i n g
E s t a t e of J o h n H. S w e e t l a n d , late
E s t a t e of L o u i s a M. Mosier, la~e
FOR
USE
IN
MICHIGAN
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of
Vassar, deceased--Final account
....
h e r h a n d i n t o t h e rollers and c r u s h @
wn~ a ! b w e d
of N o v e s t a Twp., d e c e a s e d ~ T h e h e a r 1rig i t severely.
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E s t a t e of H u d a C. Whi~e, l a t e of i n g w a s c o n t i n u e d to Dec. 13th.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Crocker and
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PRINCIPAL
CAUSE
OF
SCOURS
Edt~ate of R i c h a r d A. Waldo, late o f
Mayvil!e,
deceasedClaims w e r e
The following recipes have been pre . . . .
-.
t w o children w e r e conveyed b y auto
pared and tested at the Michipan A g r i .
A k r o n , d e c e a s e d - - Chas. S t a c e y o f
h
e
a
r
d
and
allowed.
b y C. E. E l l i o t to H a r b o r Beach F r i ultural College • under the supervis{on of
E s t a t e of I d a N. D e x t e r , l a t e of A k r o n w a s a p p o i n t e d a d m i n i s t r a t o r .
ean Georgia L. W h i t G member of the. F e e d i n g F r o m Dirty P a i l s or G i v i n g
d a y to visit Mrs. C's raother, Mrs. executive
committee of the Michigan food j
Rations Unhardened Stom.~hs
Millington,
d e c e a s e d ~ Claims w e r e
E s t a t e of E l m e r Snell, late of MilM e r c h a n t , who is r e p o r t e d to be seri- conservat{oq servi~e. They are practical,,,
Canno~ PropeNy Digec,L
h e a r d a~,~ allowed.
economical, and of f i r s t class d l e t a r y t
l i n g t o n , d e c e a s e d T h e final accoun~
o u s l y ill.
va[~e.
{
E ~ t a t e of J a m e s T h o m p s o n , late of w a s allowed.
M r . and Mrs. Chas. B a n k s
and
They have been prepared with esoectal, Those who raise young calves by
to Michigan con.dit;ons~nattve prod- hFd](] k n o w that- scours is en¢, o f t h e
l d a u g h t e r , E t h e l y n , have r e t u r n e d f r o m view
ucts be{n~ utilized so f a r as possible, and
. a w.s l t a m.o n g f r i e n d s in market prices in this section of the coun- greatest, if not t h e g r e u l e s t soure.e
[a t.r i p on
of IOSS. Dr. C. C. L i p p , veterinarim'l
]I~a C i t , Sa i n a w and ~'uanicas~ee try being t a k e n into special account,
They lay down a practical method by ~It the South Dako(a college, say~
" y
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] b r i n g i n g h o m e w i t h them G r a n d m a v , ' h i ~ Mici~[gap cocks may ass:st in th)
movement to S A V E F O O D S T U F F S , f e e d i n g f r o m dirty Im'ils, or feeding ':~
IBanks
who is around t h e ninety; great
Use them.
Help the cause.
Help win
r a t i o n s the ffnhardene*t stomachs of
.the
war.
~year m a r k .
"
the young
calves cannot digest, are
G E O R G E A. P R E S C O T T ,
the two m a i n causes from which this
Michigan Food D i r e c t o r .
t
trouble m a y arise,
T h e milk pails cannot be kept too
P O T A T O BR EAD.
' ] T h e following recipe for potato clean. Scrupulous care m u s t be ob'
B e r t B u r t o n fs on the sick list.
bread has been so m a d e as to use a served if the feed pails a r e not to be
the source of scours. W a s h i n g after
Mrs. S. Cooley and son, A r t h u r , large a m o u n t of potato as c o m p a r e d each f e e 0 i n g with cold w a t e r Is not
with
flour.
E
x
c
e
i
l
e
u
t
b
r
e
a
d
can
be
w e r e c a l l e r s in Gagetown T h u r s d a y .
made with less pot,.o.
n÷
In making
re. e n o u g h ; a t h o r o u g h seal(ling at least
________
W. C. H a r d e r and son, Jesse, w e r e tides it should be remembered
that a offer a d a y is essential and exposure
b u s i n e s s callers in Sebewaing S a t u r - pound of mashed potato eontalns about to b r i g h t sunlight on every clear day
}~acteria a r e
day.
1 3-4 cups of water and starch and will not come ~ amiss.
little things, but tile w a y they live
offer
substances,
about
equivalent
for
E r n a l L l o y d is no better a t this
and m u l t i p l y is r e m a r k a b l e , and the
w r i t i n g , b u t h o p e s f o r a s p e e d y re- the purpose to those in a cup of wheat
d'tr-qag e t h e y can do when they get
flour.
covery.
s t a r t e d a s s u m e s mighty Pr()i)ortions.
S t r a i g h t Dough Method.
W h e n t h e feed is imrd to digest and
S e v e r a l f r o m h e r e attended t h e lec2
tbs.
boiled and peeled potatoes ' t h e iirst evidence of sloma(.h disorders
t u r e course n u m b e r at O w e n d a l e
al)Dear, a dose (if physic is the best <.
(equivalent to about 3 3-4 Yos. water
T h u r s d a y evening.
and 3 cups flour); 2 1-4 pounds bread c u r e . A f e w tablesl)oonful, of caster '[!~
T h e box social given at the Wes~
flour; 1 1-2 level T salt; 3 level T su- oil or an equal am~m~,.r ,)f salts will
G r a n t schoolhouse w a s well a t t e n d e d . gar; 2 cakes c o m p r e s s e d y e a s t ; 4 T r e m o v e the offending i'~od and restore
$12.45 w e r e t h e proceeds.
the s y s t e m t o working o r d e r again•
water.
A 40 per cent solution (;f forms!de- :&
Clean t h o r o u g h l y and boil, w i t h o u t
Mr. and Mrs. R o y Chisholm of Dehyde has also been found to be an ~4
t r o i t s p e n t T h u r s d a y a f t e r n o o n w i t h paring, 12 potatoes of medium-size,
One
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t h e l a t t e r ' s m o t h e r , Mrs. Viola Bing- allowing t h e m to b e c o m e v e r y soft. effective preventive of scours.
tablespoonful
of
formalin
is
diluted
in +
Pour
off
the
w
a
t
e
r
,
peel
and
m
a
s
h
the
ham.
O
potatoes while hot, being care4ul to one pint of water. A spoonful or two
The W i l l i n g W o r k e r s a n d t h e leave no lumps. T a k e 3 !bs. or 5 of the solution m a y then be a d d e d to +
C h i m e s m e t w i t h Clare Stafford Fri- solidly p a c k e d half-pint cups of mash- the calf's milk as m a n y limes a day
d a y e v e n i n g - a n d all enjoyed an oys- ed potato, and w h e n at the t e m p e r a - and as long as condition~ demand.
O
lure of l u k e - w a r m w a t e r add to it the
t e r supper.
I00 T,an
yeast,
r
u
b
b
e
d
s
m
o
o
t
h
with
3
tablePREVENT COW FF{ON KiuKING $
M y r o n C a r r of C a r r ' s Corners s p e n t
spoons of l u k e w a r m water. R i n s e the
T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g w i t h W. C. H a s d e r .
cup in w h i c h the y e a s t was m i x e d with
T h e sale of H i r a m Gray w a s well ~nother t a b l e s p o o n of w a t e r and add Me~hod Shown in Illustration "Is Ea=y
and Safe--Leg Tied by Means
attended Thursday.
to the potato. N e x t add t h e salt, the
of Strong S~r~p.
A f e w f r i e n d s g a t h e r e d at t h e h o m e sugar, and about 4 ounces of t h e flour
of Mrs. D a n MiDormld W e d n e s d a y or 1 s c a n t half-pint of sifted flour.
(By E. ESCH.)
I h a d a h e i f e r w h i c h persisted in
e v e n i n g . Mrs. McDonald expects to Mix t h o r o u g h l y with the hand, but do
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l e a v e f o r Lincoln, Neb., for a f e w not add a n y m o r e w a t e r at this sta~ge. klcki~g a n d struggling unti! it was :~
Let this m i x t u r e rise until it has be- simply impossible to milk her. A
months.
come v e r y light, w h i c h should t a k e n e i g h b o r to]~] me about the strop math- u'~l~:I~l~I*wu*I~.o.~l~.~*I~I~:~.~l-l~,
about two hoursMf the sponge is at a od arad I adopted it at once~ I t
is
t e m p e r a t u r e of about 86 d e g r e e s F. To
this w e l l - r i s e n s p o n g e , w h i c h will n o w
be found to be v e r y soft, add t h e reII|'~'-~LjI~-~,I
~ r ~
m a i n d e r of the flour, k n e a d i n g thor.Dughly, until a smooth and elastic
days recently.
T h o m a s E. M c H u g h to Guy S w e e t
w x/~ of n w ~ of n e ¼ section 1 K i n g ston $500.00.
J a m e s Miiliki~n to M r s . L o v i n a Williams, s ½ of se % s e c t i o n 20 E l l i n g -
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women
who
drive
because
of the
easy, safe control.
Summer
and winter it is always ready--never
a doubt
about
that nor never any fears
for
trouble on the way.
Then the cost of
operation
and upkeep is very small.
S e d a n , $ 6 4 5 f . o. b . D e t r o i t .
AUTEN
&
TINDALE.
Co.
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C A S S C I T Y C H R O N I C L E , C A S S CITY, MICH, D E C E M B E R !4, 1917.
~ CONDENSARY BRIEFS
!
7he KITCGE
HOME OFFICE, NORTH POLE
H a r r y Hill h a s s e c u r e d w o r k a t t h e
~'~etory. S t a r t e d l a s t week.
The world will turn aside to let any
one ]pass who knows where he ~s going.
--DavkI 8tarr Jordan.
H r s . D e M o d e h a s s t a r t e d to w o - k
a~ t h e f a c t o r y l a b e l i n g boxes.
Nrs.
Chas. C h a m b e r l a i n of U b l y
~2~ent a f e w d a y s w i t h h e r nieces, Mrs.
~red
Roberts,
and
Miss
Martha
Nmith.
t i o n in the l a b o r a t o r y at the e o n d e n ,gary and s t a r t e d to w o r k on M o n d a y
~aor~ing.
N r s . I h m z e l l a n d W i l l a r d a n d Miss
N v e l y n D i c k i n s o n called o n Mrs. R i t -l~nhouse M o n d a y e v e n i n g and h a d a
2~leasant visit.
M a n a g e r R i t t e n h o u s e w e n t to P h i l a ~delphia on S a t u r d a y a f t e r n o o n on official business.
He had pretty rough
•w e a t h e r f o r his t r i p .
:Monday, Dec. 10, w a s
.DeMode's b i r t h d a y . She
s h e did t h e r i g h t t h i n g ;
~ v e r y o n e w h o w o r k s in
~ e n t , Dad i n c l u d e d .
Miss Viola
w a s 17 a n d
she t r e a t e d
her depart-
I t h i n k A r c h J o h n s o n would look
.:~ g r e a t deal b e t t e r if he w o u l d o n l y
~ve
his nice w h i s k e r s at h o m e on
]~onday m o r n i n g a n d not c o m e to t h e
e o n d e n s a r y l o o k i n g so fierce. W i s e up
A r c h , a n d g e t f r o m behind " t h e m "
b~mhes.
H i g h S h e r i f f B r a i n e r d of T u s c o t a
Co. a n d his D e p u t y H u t c h i n s o n w e r e
~ o n d e n s a r y visitor~ on T h u r s d a y . The
Kheriff was well p l e a s e d w i t h t h e fine
a p p e a r a n c e of t h e c o n d e n s a r y , a n d
t h e e m p l o y e e s in t h e i r clean w h i t e
~uits. " V e r y nice/' he said.
3Irs. Hunter of G r e e n l e a f w a s a t
t h e e o n d e n s a r y on M o n d a y morning'.
She c a m e w i t h h e r sister, Miss M a r y
]~leIntyre, who swarted to w o r k in the
office as a b o o k k e e p e r . Miss Leola
S c h w a d e r e r a l s o s t a r t e d in t h e offiee
booking.
D u k e r e t u r n e d to his duties a~ t h e
e o n d e n s a r y on M o n d a y morning, a f t e r
b e i n g a w a y f o r a w e e k on p r i v a t e det e c t i v e b u s i n e s s a n d the s m i l e t h a t
is on his f a c e i n d i c a t e s t h a t he a c c o m plished his p u r p o s e . Good boy, D u k e ,
w e wilt m a k e s o m e t h i n g o u t of y o u
.yet.
S u s a n g a v e ~he c o - w o r k e r s of h e r
dept. a s a u s a g e a n d coffee l u n c h on
~£onday n i g h t , w h i c h w a s p r e p a r e d
:ha r e a l good s t y l e . Y o u r r e p o r t e r a n d
D a d w e r e i n c l u d e d . G e o r g e Mellons
g a v e . us a f e w w i t t y Scotch s t o r i e s
e n d Roy Mellon did a f e w s l i g h t of
hand t r i c k s w h i c h t o o k t h e cake. Dad
a n d G r a c e s a n g a f e w v e r y nice d u e t s
:and solos, a n d w e all e n j o y e d a v e r y
p l e a s a n t e v e n i n g . Good f o r Susan.
The b l i z z a r d
h a s p a s s e d by, bust
w h a t effect h a d it on the c o n d e n s a r y
w e would like to know. Well, t h e cond e n s a r y did n o t s e e m to mind it a bit,
~or tbe e m p l o y e e s a f t e r t h e y g o t
t h e r e , i t was nice and w a r m in t h e r e
a n d e v e r y t h i n g w e n t on as usual, b u t
n o t so w i t h t h e dair3~nen. T h e y h a d
v e r y h a r d t i m e of it M o n d a y a n d
T u e s d a y g e t t i n g t h e i r milk to t h e facgory, b u t t h e y p e r s e v e r e d a n d a g r e a t
:many o f t h e m pulled t h r o u g h t h e m selves, and th:e f a c t o r y t r u c k s a s s i s t ~ed o t h e r s who w e r e n o t so f o r t u n a t e .
T h e y g a v e alI t h e help t h a t it w a s
possible for t h e m to give and now a~
p r e s e n t e v e r y t h i n g is in p r e t t y good
s h a p e a g a i n . D o n ' t w o r r y a b o u t the'
f a c t o r y , b e c a u s e it wilt t a k e c a r e of
i t s e l f and also of a!i its p a t r o n s .
COOLING
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D R I ~ KS.
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during
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the
©
in
front
not
a
in
at
t
my
they
got
and
last
week.
show
ran
I
wa s
in
a
any
so
stopped
two
~'Keep
to
and
the
time
as
well
was
but
Sets''
Some
see
bunch
of
sleds
of
the
and
things
they
di f~erent
i
gi rls
pretty
paper
near
good
my
near
as
'*bust'
"
his
whiskers
among
the
percolators,
dizzy
was
was
resting
Plate
only
in
got
he
and
a
you
did
with
a
into
big
of
the
shiny
tray
good.
He
serving
lay
down
on
a
fine
saw
a
peach
Baker''
lot
bumped
and
was
I
pretty
hopped
reflection
which
he
at
look
firefly
$2.25
and
it
on
a
little
f
of
a
looked
new
worth
$5.50.
every
Sammy
in
$1.50,
three
times
dandy
coasters
for
new
in
pretty
a
and
marked
it
of
names
it
keyhole
lot
was---Cracky~
his
marked
''Chop
marked
£he
a
a
with
I
until
dish
to
are
we
after
says
see
put
when
around
While
have
which
comes.
seeing
I ~hope
and
a
yourset
camp
will
get
believe
one
me,
of
he
those
Would
day.
and
wagons
left
but
you'
11
f.
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SUNNY PLAINS
STOCK FARM
and
I 'm
whistled
nowhere
Good
bye
to
in
' 'Firefly'
s ight
t~ill
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Candy is exceedingly high this year, but we offer
you Pure Home-made Sugar Taffy in Chocolate, Vanilla,
Molasses or Strawberry flavors at . . . . . . . . . . .
20e per lb.
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S P.. R I T E .
WEST BROOKFIELD.
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MeHUGH.
MrS. O s b u r n F e r g u s o n of P o n t i a c
is v i s i t i n g f r i e n d s a r o u n d here.
Mrs. Jos. S h a v e r of SL Clair, Mich.,
visited h e r m o t h e r , Mrs. W e M t h y
H a r r i n g t o n , the past week. Her mothe r r e t u r n e d h o m e w i t h h e r to s p e n d
the winter months.
Mormllk
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o
in Unionville.
E v e r e t t D a r l i n g a n d Wilt C o u l t e r
w e r e S a n d u s k y b u s i n e s s callers on
Tuesday.
Peanut Candy that is chock,full of large fresh
p e a n u t s at . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25c pea" lb.
hopped
Misses I r a
Sheufelt and Leona
G e t p r e p a r e d e v e r y b o d y , X m a s is
W i n g spent S a t u r d a y n i g h t w i t h Mrs. coming.. P u t on y o u r b e s t C h r i s t m a s
C a r l B u r t o n called on Roy S t r o n g F r e d F a n d r i c k .
spi~5t n o w a n d help t h e poor, a s t h e r e
IS,nday.
A f e w f r o m t h i s p a r t a t t e n d e d t h e a r e a f e w in our c o m m u n i t y , and
Cold and c o l d e r - - t h a t ' s the w e a t h e r box social a t W e s t G r a n t s c h o o l h o u s e c h a r i t y b e g i n s a~ home,
t t h a t m a k e s you smile and last f o r e • - l a s t T h u r s d a y n i g h t .
The B r o o k f i e l d Chimes and Cheerf er.
Mrs. H e r o n and d a u g h t e r , Sybil, a r e ful H e l p e r s m e t w i t h Mr. and Mrs.
School s t a r t e d M o n d a y in school t h e o p e r a t o r s a t V a l l e y H o m e role- Clare S t a f f o r d F r i d a y night. T h e y
d i s t r i c t No. 6, a f t e r being closed f o r ' p h o n e office in Owendate.
w e r e t r e a t e d to an o y s t e r s u p p e r b y
scarlet fever.
The o y s t e r s u p p e r and b a z a a r giv- Mr.
a n d Mrs. C. Stafford. A v e r y
The e l e v a t o r has s t a r t e d a g a i n and en by the E v a n g e l i c a l ladies w a s re- fine t i m e r e p o r t e d .
,he g i r l s a r e all r i g h t on the job o f p o r t e d a success. P r o c e e d s w e r e o r U r v a n Loomis. A. B i n • h a m and D.
I er $100.00.
T h e Chronicle, one y e a r , $1.50.
Coon w e r e S e b e w a i n g c a l l e r s S a t u r - p i c k i n g beans.
day.
Mrs. F r e d Reed of D e t r o i t visited •• . . • .. ~ . • . . o . . • . . • . . • . . • . ~ • • - • - • . . • . . e . . • . . • . . o . . • . . • .. o.. • . . • . . It.* . • . 4 • . • . . o . . o . . • . . • . . o . . • . • • * . o . . • . . o . . • . . o . 4 . . . ~ . . o . . o . . • . . • . . • ..o• . . o . . • . . • . . • . . o . . o - • . . ~ . • . . • . . o . o• . . o . . . • . . o . . , . . . o . * • . . • . * • . . ~ ..as.* • * ~ . . o . . o . . a t . . . • • . 0 . . o . *o * .m
a t the J. F. E v a n s h o m e one day l a s t
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week.
~: Mrs. H. Livingston is v i s i t i n g her
daughter, Mrs. A. Daus, in Cedar R u n
.i~ this w e e k .
:}1 Mr. a n d Mrs. B. F. Moon visited a t I
~. a t t h e R i c h a r d Kam' h o m e one d a y
last week.
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Mr. a n d Mrs. Chas. B e a c h visited
. Over S u n d a y a t t h e Bud L u t h e r h o m e
CANDY
and
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PETER
of Fpwtervitle, Mich., offers 1 regist e r e d H o l s t e i n m a t e calf f o r sale.
Sired by M a p l e f r o n t K o r n d y k e , whose
seven n e a r e s t d a m s a v e r a g e 19.50 ibs.
b u t t e r , 417 lbs. milk, 7 days:
'Kne
darn and f o u r nearest dams average
24.31
Ibs.. butter, 520 .Ibs. milk, 7 E L K L A N D - E L M W O O D
days.
Also several others from good
TOWN
LINE.
A. R. O. dams by the same sire. SatC l a y t o n Beach is sick with s c a r l e t
isfaction
guaranteed.
Prices
from
$30 to $75.
rash.
W r i t e f o r p a r t i c u l a r s if interested.
Miss E d i t h E v a n s is s e w i n ~ a~ G u y
Allen's.
ARWIN KILLINGER,
Mrs. L u c y is m a k i n g a n e x t e n d e d
Fowlerville, Mich.
M s i t in D e t r o i t .
Phone--58F15
M a x i n e a n d G e o r g e Livin~szon visited a t P. L i v i n g s t o n h o m e Sunday.
BAKEI
t
so
case
casserole.
use
I've
resting
when
motto
Saw
and
getting
things
ticke
$20.00,
names
get
just
run
and
price
the
himself
to
dishes
it
to
week.
marke~
Xmas
show
meet
started
swamps
night
through
able
go
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and
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H ELLER'
ore
window
to
week,
rabbits,
minutes
good
Bigelow's
all
you'd
Oh~
bet
things
a
last
white
three
way
last
of
th e n
secrets
12
where
the
was
hid,
One
told
was
except
into
since
wer e
boys.
Last
firefly
in
and
evergreen
by
ipped
sl
pet
thought
the
it
of
tmas.
Chris
with
in
neighborhood•
town
is
Santagram
team
hours
whi ch
the
my
Big•low's,
of
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wi th
your
light
righ~
as
i~ j a m p
in
ful
you
sending
day 1 ight
plenti
Do not. f e e d highopriced f e e d to no~producers.
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C ~TY
Sinc~i~
been
jACK FROST, PRESIDENT
EVERYBODY,
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sure
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WILLIE
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S AN TA
DELIVERY GUARANTEED
Laureate Mint Punch.
---Put int0(a p a n e h bowl
two cupfuls of sugar~ the
~uice of a d o m e lemons.
a n d thinly .qliced portions of ~ x lemons. ,/,Set
aside to chill. W h e n
r e a d y to serve add four
cupfuls of chipped lee
a n d a cupful of mint
leaves or sprays of mint.
add f o u r b o t t l e s o f ginger ale, stir well
~nd serve.
Chfffon=de Tea P u n c h . ~ M a k e four
cupfuls of s t r o n g tea, let it cool. then
add to it the juice of six lemons and
o n e pineapple cut in fine pieces, one
p o u n d of cherries, cooked, one cupful
of g r a n u l a t e d sugar. Stir until the
s u g a r is dissolved. Add a q u a r t of carb o n a t e d w a t e r . P o u r into a glass pitchor, p u t a s p r i g of f r e s h mint on t h e top
a n d p o u r into glasses h a l f filled with
chipped ice• Serve With soft cookies.
Iced T u r k i s h C o f f e e . ~ P r e p a r e
a
q u a r t of {:lear black c o f f ~ a n d .while
still h o t s t i r in t h r e e yolks of eggs
well b e a t e n into two cupfuls of boiling
hot milk. Cook over hot w a t e r until
thfck, t ~ i n g care not to curdle t h e egg,
s w e e t e n to t a s t e and when cold add
t h e stiffly b e a t e n whites and one cupful of firmly whipped cream. Serve
with s t r a w s in chilled glasses, adding
a r easpoonfuI of c r a c k e d ice to each.
g a r n i s h w i t h a smal! p y r a m i d of
w h i p p e d c r e a m with a c h e r r y on top of
t h e cream.
Chocolate Sirup. Pro- six heaping
t a b l e s p o o n f u l s of grated chocolate into
a s n u e e o a n over the fire. ~dd two cupf a t s of boiling w a t e r : s i m m e r slowly
and stir occ:~sionatly until t h e chocol a t e is dissolved, then add f o u r cuptiffs of g r a n u l a t e d sugar and stir until
the s u g a r is dissolved, then s i m m e r for
five mtimtes. Strain and add two teaspoonfuls of vanilla and p o u r into bottle~ a n d seal. When r e a d y to serve allow t h r e e - q u a r t e r s of a cupful of cold
milk and t w o tablespoonfuls of the
sirup f o r e a c h glass required. P u t
the i n g r e d i e n t s into a large m a s o n jar,
well covered, and s h a k e well f o r t h r e e
minutes, p o u r into chilled t u m b l e r s and
garnish with whipped cream.
T h a t our Bread is now on w a r footing, made according to
G o v e r n m e n t specification and each !oaf weighs 11/4z tbs.,
and sells f o r 12 cents at your dealers or at the bakery•
We m a k e Rye B r e a d for your wheatless day. Place
your o r d e r s early. T r y one of our h o t pies for your dinner.
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T h e s e a r e a l w a y s in se~son and a
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Sweet Cream, pure spring wheat flour, $ 1 3 . 0 0 barrel
Fandon, pure spring wheat flour, $ 1 3 . 0 0 barrel
Commercial Henkles Flour,
$ 1 1 . 5 0 barrel
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For best prices and quick returns ship to Detroit's largest
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MANY
HERE
This g r o c e r ' s s t o r y s u r p r ~
local
p e o p l e : " I h a d bad s t o m a c h t r o u b l ~
All f o o d s e e m e d t o s o u r a n d ~orr~ gas.
Was always
constipated.
Nothing
helped u n t i l I t r i e d b u c k t h o r n b a r k ,
g l y c e r i n e , etc., a s m i x e d i n A d l e r i i - k a .
ONE SPOONFUL astonished me with
its I N S T A N T a c t i o n . " B e c a u s e Adl e r - i - k s flushes t h e E N T I R E a l i m e n t a r y t r a c t i t r e l i e v e s A N Y C A S E constipation, sour stomach or ~ s
and
p r e v e n t s apper~licitls. I t h ~ s Q U I C K E S T aetiotq of a n y t h i n g w e e b e r cold.
G, It. B u r k e , d r u g g i s t . - - , A d v . 5.
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Superior Brand Cotton Seed Meat. Gold Medal Flour.
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b a n k r u p t c y court. T w e n t y - f i v e stockh o l d e r s of t h e d e f u n c t Deford conden~{aster Clare S c h w a d e r e r is on the s a r y h a v e been sued b y J o s e p h H a c k ,
t r u s t e e in b a n k r u p t c y , f o r the a m o u n t
sick list.
r e m a i n i n g d u e on t h e i r subscriptions
J. C. Corkins a t t e n d e d c i r c u i t c o u r t f o r stock in t h e c o m p a n y . Mr. Brooker ,,{represents the d e f e n d a n t s .
in Caro~ T h u r s d a y .
A. F. H e n d r i c k of P o n t i a c visited
r e l a t i v e s h e r e over S u n d a y .
T h e A r t Club will m e e t W e d n e s d a y
a t t h e h o m e of Mrs. J o h n Dickinson.
F r e d W r i g h t l e f t T u e s d a y f o r Detxoit w h e r e he will r e m a i n indefinitely.
Federal
Reserve
Bank,
Chicago,
F i n l e y Ross. Otto K l i n k m a n
and
is one of the products
manufactured
in
"Dominant
Dayton,',/
described in the biggest
Post. Read this 8-page
ad, in the December
1~, issue of The P~st.
Delco-Light increases Farm Efficiency and
makes life on the farm
list.
Miss E. N. B e a k e of Port2and,
Mich., is a g u e s t a t t h e h o m e of H a r vey Hyde for a few weeks.
Mrs. E m i l y Orr and Miss Myrtfle
O r r s p e n t S u n d a y in P i g e o n as g u e s t s
a t t h e h o m e of R o b e r t H. Orr.
A. C. E d g e r t o n , n o w a s t u d e n t a t
t h e D e t r o i t College of Medicine and
S u r g e r y , has joined t h e Medical E n -
big~ger and better,
listed Reserve Corps.
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Lieut. and Mrs. J o h n C l a r k a n d t w o
children, M a r y J a n e a n d J o h n and
Miss E t t a Schenck, all of Clinton, a r e
plants are installed in
guests
a t the
home
of W a r r e n
Schenck.
Tuseola county, one of
The local banks have j u s t received
the latest in the "home
a s u p p l y of F i f t y Dollar Bonds of t h e
Second L i b e r t y L o a n and t h e s e can be
of Ira K. Reid. Write
d i s t r i b u t e d a t t h i s t i m e to those who
p u r c h a s e d and paid f o r t h e i r bonds in
me for information,
full b e f o r e N o ; ¢ . 1 6 , 1917.
M I J [ L [ [ R ~ [ i : S 5
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son, V i c t o r E a r l , l e f t W e d n e s d a y
A
m o r n i n g f o r Rodeo, N e w Mexico,
i w h e r e t h e y will visit f o r six w e e k s a t
m
i~l~e h o m e of Mrs. M c K i m ' s p a r e n t s ,
Deleo-Light Products,
]Mr. a n d Mrs. Brabbin. Niclo Hitcht cock will be employed in t h e Service
Sebewah~g,
Michigan .....
i G a r a g e d u r i n g Mr, M c K i m ' s absence.
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J . D . Brooker v/as in B a y City
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a t t e n d i n g a sesNon of the
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THE JEWELRY LINE
TIIE
T r e a s u r e r ' s Notice.
a t t h e following places
to r e c e i v e t a x e s f o r t h e T o w n s h i p o f
G r e e n t e a f : W i c k w a r e store, Dec. 20;
Excham~e B a n k , Dee. 22; G r e e n t e a f
T o w n P~a11, D e ~ . 2 7 .
W. E. Duffidd,
Treasurer.
12,14-2p
POPULAR
which
to
LINE
make
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Se!ectmns
_or
Xmas Gifts
N o o t h e r line affords
the v a r i e t y . No o t h e r
g i f t s afford t h e , d e l i g h t ,
tlae s a t i s f a c t i ~ . .
Alw a y s in evidence, us~aful and durable.
SELECTIONS
?
S o m e p u r c h a s e r s of L i b e r t y Bonds
w h o h a v e paid in full f o r t h e m wond e r w h y t h e y a r e not r e a d y f o r i n s t a n t
delivm~y a t alt b a n k s , b u t a c i r c u l a r
letter from the Federal Reserve bank
'of C h i c a g o e x p l a i n s t h e m a t t e r
as
follows:
"In
v i e w of t h e l a r g e n u m b e r of
p a y m e n t s e n t e r e d on our books as of
N o v e m b e r 15, 1917, it is impracticable
in t h i s ease, to f o l l o w our rule of first
come first s e r v e d , w i t h r e s p e c t to deliveries. W e h a v e , t h e r e f o r e , d e t e r m i n e d to s o r t t h e a l l o t m e n t l e t t e r s alp h a b e t i c a l l y b y cities. Deliveries of
bonds, f o r w h i c h full p a y m e n t ~as-- re- [
ceived N o v e m b e r 15, will be m a d e in
t h e o r d e r indicated. U n d e r this arr a n g e m e n t s h i p m e n t will be m a d e to
all o f t h e b a n k s , in a n y given city, on
the s a m e days.
"In
spite of t h e efforts of t h e !
T r e a s u r y D e p a r t m e n t and the Bureau:~
of E n g r a v i n g a n d P r i n t i n g a t W a s h l ing~on to keep pace with'~ghe denaar',ds
f o r bonds, t h e y h a v e so f a r been able
to fill only a l i m i t e d p r o p o r t i o n of our
requisitions. I t is, t h e r e f o r e , impossible f o r us ro i n d i c a t e definite d a t e s
f o r d e l i v e r i e s in i n d i v i d u a l cases."
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Shoes, e et i, 0 aa er as ery a,a B0ys' Wear.
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The year of years for sensible g if~.
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I will be
Xmas neckwear?
T h e n go to t h e
T & M q u a l i t y store.
B u y yore- c a n d y a t Wood's
store~
Zoo] Over l
Drug
ese $ ff est/ona
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F o u n d , a m~m of m o n e y : P e r ~
r o v i n g o w n e r s h i p m a y secure s a m e
r a m E. W. K e a t i n g .
12-14-1p ....
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HERE
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and
Fast Enough.
long been a n d will
a l w a y s c o n t i n u e to be
has
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MAKE
UNEFUL
~USES FOR DELAYItl
SUPFLYI~G BONDS
ad. ever published in
The ~ a t = r d a y Evening
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LOCAL I T E M S .
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Coffee will be s e r v e d a t t h e Sch~/~d2
e r e r ~stauran~
~%agarday:" a f i ~ 6 5 6
and evening.
T h e R e d Cross cornm i t t e e f o r t h i s w e e k will be Mrs. G.
A. StxitBe~', Mrs. A. J . - K n a p p , azul
Mzs, J o h n Dic .kson of Novest~. '<::
H, HIGGINS
The Jeweler.
6*he P a s t i m e T h e a t r e
8lote, Triumph"
THIS' IS GOOD.
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A P A I R OF PORTIERE CURTAINS
A COUCH COVER
A L I B R A R Y T A B L E COVER
,.;.,
Jones' east window is all dolled 'iii~:
All ghe above come in New Shades of Tapest.~7.
Chas. Robinson. 11-
A FUR SET FOR ANY ILADY
F o r SMe.
S o m n c e , , t o i l e t set, tables, l a m p and
o t h e r articles. Mrs. J. M. Bittner. 1214-2
is very m u c h appreciated and we have a eomp!ete line a t prices
t h a t are a t t r a c t i v e ,
I w a n t to r e n t a good f a r m . Enq~fira a t Chronicle.
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W E D N E S D A Y , DEC. 19
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by pttrehasi~g a ~ f t tlmt the whole family e~;Dys the year
around.
N o v i e T h e a t r e f o r Saleu
O w i ~ to o t h e r i n t e r e s t s , I o f f e r
Pastime Theatre and confecti0ne~
s t o r e a t Oass C i t y f o r sale. tL L. Middlet~n.
11-23-
Cow f o r sale.
gel,, ec, 15,
-Here'sYe r h nee Ie Conserve
A "R{ust~rd Cup" is a swett g i f t
f o r $1.50. See Bigelow's.
NEST"
~fauy tbrit!i:ag scenes b e t w e e n India~s and Cowbdys in the west. Cbme
a~d see battle b e t . w ~ n Indians and Cowboys.
A S I L K OR G E O R G E T T E C R E P E WAIST
A SILK PETTICOAT
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A K I N O N A OR B A T H ROBE
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A L I N E OF XMAS N"O V' E L T I ES, 25e, 50e and $1 t h a t are
attractive and useful.
As usual our Handkerchief Boo~h is ove~.-fiowing
with
styles and values.
The
Chain
n e w silver a n d ebony Vest
k n i v e s a r e t h e classy thing.
'4!.50 up at Bigelows.
T h e l a r g e s t line of n e c k w e a r we
have e v e r s h o w n a t t h e T & M quatit y store.
A . A. H i t c h c o c h
Be well d r e s s e d f o r Xmas. W e a r a
F a r r e t ! - m a d e o v e r c o a t and suit. $15.
a n d up.
F o r S a l e - - - H e a t i n g stove f o r wood
or sof~ c o a l . . A. L. Johnson. 11-30FOr i m m e d i a t e as!to---houSe, b a r n
and t w o lots on E a s t Hou~.hton St.
T e r m s . Leavina" city. W. H. A n d e r son.
12-14-tf
CASS CITY MARKETS
Cross CI~y, gleN., De(;.. it. 19~7
Eayi~ g Price-Wheat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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H a r r y N o w ! a n d and A l f r e d S e e g e r l
pieaded g u i l t y in cixcuit c o u r t to t h e ]
c h a r g e of u n l a w f u l l y t a k i n g a u t o m o bile. N o w i a n d w a s fined $50.00 a n d i
costs and S e e g e r $25.00 and costs. 1
Beth w e r e placed on probation f o r a I
year.
'the c a ~ of . a t r i c ~
Toohey vs.
O a g e t o w n G r a i n Co. has been w i t h - !
d r a w n by the plaintiff.
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Fred L e y r e r vs. Township of Cot-1
umbia, discontinued.
T r u m a n vs. M a r y K e n n e d y , divorce
decree g r a n t e d .
No, t l~Ixe~ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Nags, p<r dos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LOAF CHRISTMAS CAKE.
A TEN DOLLAR
CHRINT
Ma~ne,e, 3:38, 29c
~~ 4 A S D A Y
Eveni~g, 7:30 and 9:00 stav.dard tim.e. 35e.
C O M I N G - - - M A R Y P I C K F O R D I N £ K E L I T T L E ...... ~:~
We wilt p a y W a r Tax on both trtese Pickfo~-d I ie.~u:~.s.
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Dr~a~.~5.beef . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Get,cue.
A SELECTION FROM OUR
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A y o u n g m a n m o u r n s t h e loss of a
$I0.00 bili. H e a c c o m p a n i e d a y o u n ~
lady to a .uarty a t E l k t o n , and w h i l e
he c a r e l e s s l y displayed" his w e a l t h , she
a p p r o p r i a t e d t h e bill a n d now r e f u s e s
t~> r e t u r n t h e amount.: :'Yhe y o u n g
m a n says he is w i l l i n g to :.pay t h e expenses of t h e .ta-ip, b u t . . h e i s opposed
to m a M n . g - a n y u n ~ d l l i n g g i f t s . ; -
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AT P A S T I M E T H E A T t ~ E
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ENJOY THE WINTER TIME
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O n e - h a l f cup of lard or b u t t e r ; one~
~! 5,)
• (;fi teaspoon each of cinnamon, ,allspice, i
:? ~J d o v e s , nutmeg'; one pinch salt; one i
5 i0 e~p s u g a r ; one cup r a i s i n s and one
;.';i (~.~ cup c u r r a n t s ; o r two cups cooked l
mince m e a t ; one cup apple sauce; one
i9 0(3 t ~ s p o o n
soda dissolved m a~pte~45 sauce; two a n d o n e - f o u r t h cups flour.
This will keeo a long t i m e " u n d e r
lock and k e y J ' ~ M r s . N a n c y C r a f t s .
Earte2 • hvt.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
lh'~.~ Uwt.
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BaAeaih~y--No, i I maot&y. . . . . . .
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IN C I R C U I T COURT.
T r e a s u r e r ' s Notice.
I will be a t t h e Cass City B a n k every Tuesday and Saturday commencing Dec, 4 to r e c e i v e t h e t a x e s of Elkland township. C . J . Striffier, Township T r e a s u r e r .
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Opera Block.
Collar b a g s , m i l i t a r y sets, b r u s h ~ ,
p u r s e s and o t h e r u s e f u l , gifts f o r t h e
m a n a t C a ~ City D r u g Co.
Be~n~ 1,4~rewi- . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ASSURES
YOU A [ iRKiCLASS OUTFIT
Strimer
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CO. P a t t e r s o n
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7
Advertise your auction in the Chronicle
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