1901-01-11; Clare Sentinel
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Established 1878. GLARE, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY ,11, 1901. New Series: Vol.9, No. T 4 » TMt- ILL OON m ft OiMOTlOH NTfllS G1TY ■#, '*. <& « ■JP WHY? Because I will close out the Largest General Stock of Goods in this County. : - : ; : Can't Name All Prices but I give you a Few. Ladies' Arctics, all sizes, • 75c. Ladies' High Overshoes, $2,25, price now 75c. Men's Shirts and Drawers, heavy weight, 18c or 2 for 35c Men's Wool Sox 15c or 2 for 25c. Ladies' Underwear. §1 for 75c, 75c for 50e, 50c for 25c. Men's Mitts 50c for 25c Men's Caps 50c for 25c. Hose, Children's and Ladies'. 25c now 19c, 20c now 15c, 15c now 10c, 10c now 8c. In the Grocery store Don't be surprised to Bee anything, for the whole stock must go. Call and we will show you that a Sale means just what we say. r.h »*, -t$ ,*r?Ci "We have been selling the Clothing of the town this winter. We still sell the finest line of choice patterns,. . I mean just what I advertise, and respectfully urge all my old customers to. take advantage of this the last sale of this ^Company. kespectfully, H H. fitekneiL sj Itaaager of the Sale« |earsayarid * Happening. New Advertisements, James O'Connor, groceries. Hplbrook's department store. Davy & Co., drv goods, clothing. O. H, Clark was down from Temple yesterday. Scarcltv of local news is noticeable this week. Dr. Lamb made a professional visit to Loomis Monday. Editor and Mrs, E. G-. Welch drove to Farwell Monday, E. W. Ohapin of Winterfleld visited in the city Saturday. Mrs. G. E. Lamb visited friends in Farwell Wednesday. Fob.Rat,e,—New set lumber sleighs. Enquire at this office. tf Head-wear hats and trimmed hats at Mrs. K. M. Goodman's. Cornwell, the miller, was in Farwell on business Wednesday. Dr. Gray reports the serious illness of G. W. Garlock, the tinsmith. W. H. and E. F. Wilson were down from Harrison the first of the week. Misses Lydia Ort and Myra Louch returned to Albion College last week. M. W. Tucker of Loomis waa in the city on business yesterday afternoon. Lost,—Pointer puppy; ,color, liver and white. Return to F. E. Doherty. Horse for sale. Will exchange for wood. Enquire at Van Brunt's bakery. A small pox scare was started yesterday, but was found not to be that disease. Mrs. D. M. Rogers has moved from Main street to east Sixth street in the second block. A. O. Barclay went to Le Roy yesterday where he will assist in an ordination meeting. Senator Doherty came up from Lansing Monday afternoon, returning Tuesday morning. A. P. Brewer of Saginaw is looking after his farming interests in Grant township this week. Mrs. J. Hornung of Mt. Pleasant visited at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. H. Waller, this week. J. L. Welch is in Harrison this week as a witness in the case of Mrs. Hol- brook vs. the city of Clare. Cashier Sutherland has been confined to' his house the entire week, but is better at thi& writing. Sheriff Updegraff has moved with his family to Harrison where he will reside while he holds the office. Embroidery and Battenberg lessons free for the next few weeks at Mrs. K, M. Goodman's millinery store. Mrs. F. H. Ballinger of Shepherd is spending the week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Bickneil. T. S. Dorsey left Tuesday to assume the duties of the office to which he was appointed at the state capitol. Mrs. George Fry and daughter, of Ontario, Canada, visited her cousin, Mrs. Henry Ort, the first part of the week. The interior of A. J. Doherty & Sons' hardware store is receiving a coat of paint. W. S. Cooley is doing the work. L. H. Leonard, treasurer for Surrey township, was settling up with the county treasurer at Harrison the first of the week. Mrs. Frank Valley and son of West Branch are home with her mother, Mrs. W. B. Robinson, on account of the latter's illness. Prof. Carrow of Reed City has rented Duncan's hall and will start a select dancing school. The instruction will commence Thursday evening. David Smalley of Sheridan, Philip VanConant of Grant, Adam Fall, Albert Hirzel, and H, O. Squire are attending circuit court as jurors at Harrison this week. Henry Lange returned to his studies Monday after spending the Holidays with his parents. "Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lahge. He is attending the theological college in Saginaw". Dr. Master of Big Rapids, presiding elder of the M. E. church, conducted quarterly meeting here last Sunday and was here two days during the week assisting in the meetings which are-In progress. Circuit court being in session this week takes many of our citizens to the county seat. The case which Involves most property is that in which the Williams brothers are interested. The calendar is usually light. Representative Dennis of this district has the distinction of being on two of the house committees, that of apportionments, and northarn asylum for insane, and the former especially being one of. much importance. Circuit court adjourned yesterday. In the case of the ^people agaipst G. W. Fuller, for rape, the jury found him gulltv and he received a seven year sentence. The Holbrook vs. city ofClare case was adjourned to next term. Keep posted on'the doings of our state legislature. We give a two column report on page five, written by our special correspondet. The Sentinel is the only paper in the county triving its readers this most excellent service. Senator Palmer, who conducted the farmers' institute here a year ago, has been placed on the senate committee which looks after the interests of the Agricultural College. This will be of Interest to the farmers of Clare and Isabella counties. Believing tnat it is to the best interests of the masses for them to know the. doings ot the legislature while that body is 5d session, the Sentinel has engaged the services of a special legislative correspondent who resides at the capital city. The Sentinel was last week misinformed regarding the number of Maccabees in Clare tent, and are glad to correct. Today there is a membership of 156, and this evening five more will be initiated, which will make a total membership of 161. Wednesday night snow fell so that now there is very good sleighing, the roads beinj! in sjood condition before the snow. There are six or seven inches on the level. This will stimulate business considerable, as many people were anxiously waiting for snow. Rev. F. D. Palmer received a letter last week from Charles Arrand now visiting in London, Ontario. It stated that Mrs. Arrand, who is with her husband, was obliged to undergo a surgical operation in a hospital there, her left breast being in a cancerous condition. James McKay, who has been work log it Grand Rapids, returned to his home in Grant Saturdav. He went thie week to Detroit near which place in Canada he has secured a good job constructing a railroad bed. He will doubtless move his family to Detroit and rent his farm. Jgfc3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^^3^3^ m 444 W m 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 n? 444 GiisifflHL'Sate! Reduced Prices in Every Department press Goods 20 Pieces Worsted Novelties, All Wool Yeneteans and Homespuns and Skirting Plaids, regular 50c to 75c values, marked to close at Mi 40-inch Half Wool Serges and Brocades, Black and Colors, per yard flf Double Fold Suitings and Worsted Novelties worth 12£c, at I cloaking* 444 54-inch Heavy Boucle Cloaking in handsome gray mixtures, very desirable tt? for Children's coats, former price $L. 50,, now M4 *ine Wool Eiderdowns, Plain or Colors, 444 444 m 444 m 444 W 444 W 4U W 444 W 444 w 444 W 444 W 444 W 444 m r+444 m 444 OraRttter of Grant township saw the old century out with the loss of a splendid milch cow and just as the dawn of the twentieth century appeared, he got his left thumb too near the cogs of a cutting box and Dr. San- ford was obliged to remove the injured member just above the first joint. James Duncan this week sold to .David Smalley of Sheridan a fine 8- months-old short horned Durham bull, which is one of the'finest beasts in Sheridan township. Farmers are generally improving stock, as they have found by experience that good atocK pays even though the cost at the onset is considerable. The Union Life Guards had a class of eight recruits for initiation Monday night as a starter for the new century. They also had installation of officers, followed by a general camp feast, prepared by Captain A. E. LaPierre, of O. Van Brunt's. Some needed ''military training" waB giyen the new recruits, who promised not to do so again. The fancy dancing by the Utley twins was a lively number. C. W. Perry gave a lecture in the Congregational church Sunday evening to a house full of interested listeners. His subject was the churches of Europe, many of which he visited in Scotland, England, France, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland and Italy, and this talk was highly interesting, Mr. Perry gives another lecture on his trip abroad at the opera house, January 29, at which a large attendance will doubtless be present. This is secured by the lecture course managers, and to which an admission Of twenty- five cents will be charged. Wm. Roe died at his home in Sheridan township last Saturday evening from the effects of kidney disease. He was upwards of eighty years of age and had been a resident of Sheridan for nearly a quarter of a century. He leaves a bereaved widow and several grown sons and daughters. The funeral was conducted' from the Colon- vllle church Monday, Rev. J. E. Mofflt officiating, and the remains interred in Cherry Grove cemetery* Mr. Roe was a man whom all of* his acquaintances highly respected, and" the. sympathy of the writer is with the bereaved in their affliction. 444 W 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 m 444 Fancy Eiderdowns, worth 65c and 75c, at Mercerized Skirtings Heavy Weight, Black and Colors, Shirtiijg Flatlet Heavy Weight, All Wool. Checks and Stripes, worth 29c, at per yard Jackets ai)d FUrs at CUk Prices Ladies' Jackets, Black, Blues and Castors, regular $6.50, $7.00 and $8.00. values, now Ladies' Jackets, Black and Colors, $10.00 values, at $10.00 Astrachan Fur Capes at 12.00 Astrachan Fur Capes at 15.CO Astrachan Fur Capes at Ladles9 Waists Fine Flannel Waists, $2.00 and $2.25 values, All Wool Flannel Waists, worth $1.25, at Extra Fine Black Mercenzed Satene Waists, former price $2.00, at Black Satin and Silk Waists, were $5.00 now CLOTHING DEPT. Ftarijishing Goods Men's Fine Wool Underwear, 75c, at 50c Men's Heavy Sweaters, with wide collar $1.00 and $1.50 qualities, 69c Men's Heavy Wool Sox, white or gray, 22c Pai)t Specials Our entire stock of Men's heavy wool kersey pants, numbering hundreds of pairs, divided into 3 lots at special prices. $1.25 1.50 1.75 39c 21c 10c $1.10 25c 55c 19c 22c $5.65' 7.85, 8.75 10.50 12.50* $1.75- .98 1.19 3.50 n? 444 m-1?? Kegular $1.50 qualites at Kegular Regular 1.75 qualites at 2.00 qualites at PaVy & Company Everything in Dry Goods, Clothing and Shoes at Lowest Prices. ASK FOR DISCOUNT STAMPS The Progressive Merchants OF CLARE Will give DISCOUNT STAMPS with all cash purchases. this is it save them, when you get the required number exchange THIS ,s ,T them for any of the valuable, useful or ornamental presents in the catalogue. CLARE HARDWARE CO. Mrs. K M. GOODMAN, Millinery J. H. WILSON, Gents Furnisher BROWN & McKINON, Groceries C. J. STONE & CO., Meats E. H. DeVOGT, Photographer IF YOU HAVE NO CATALOGUE OF PREMIUMS ASK THE MERCHANT FOR ONE. % 141- m m 444 m 441 w:. 444 W 441- m 44 W 441 m 441 m 441 444 m I w 441 m 4& t m 444> m m m '441 m 441 W 444'* W m u* nr 441 ttr 444- w U4- m 444. m 441 iii w Mb ^^3^3^3^^^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3^3fc3^3^3^3fc3^3£v... ®@D Lieut. Governor Robinson lias announced the senate committees, and Senator Doherty has been placed on several, but the one ot especial impor. tance is finance and appropriations. He is chairman of the committee on rules and joint rules, also chairman of the committee on supplies and expenses. We feel assured that with A. T. in the senate the 28th will be well looked after. For several years a highway money debt claimed to have been owed the county by several of the northern townships has remained unsettled, until last week when at the recent meeting bt the board of supervisors a resolution was passed which cancelled all such indebtedness of the various townships to the county prior to 1898, The action of the board which wasf almost unanimous—two voting against it—will doubtless Settle the matter, whether it is a just way to dispose of it or not. L. M. Converse this week received from Colon O. Lillie of Ooopersville, who is one of the editors of the American Farmer, a fine thoroughbred Ohio improved Chester sow, and already having some excellent swine, he will in the future deal quite extensively in throughbred hogs. Lucius this week closed a deal by which he came In possession of the forty acre- farm just south of his eighty, formerly owned by Frank Falk, so he now- has- 120 acres of the Dest land in Isabella county and it seems to us if there's a- farmer in Isabella who is in a position* to make money, Converse is on© o® them. ' >, The Clare Sentinel and The Miotic lean Farmer both one year $1.50 iRy adyan'ce- We have samples of the very latest? things In line, wedding ahnounce<=- mentS programs, calling cards and the? latest private writing paper and'envel— opes. Call and see us when In need o£ anything in this line. 5»tfJ ' •*! >,> -„/"
|Title||1901-01-11; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, January 11, 1901 issue of the Clare, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1896. Previously known as Clare Sentinel and the Democrat-Press.|
|Subject/Keywords||Clare (Mich.) - Newspapers; Clare County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
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