1901-06-27; Clare Sentinel
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V Sentinel Established 1878. OLABE, MIOHIGAN, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 27, J901. New Series:. Vol. 9, No, Si >-. .BI6KD6II Gampang Until Sale will last ten days longer - *•"> 1st of -Joly Reduetion sale.... ife -* T " Now is the time to buy your -4th of July Suit, we have the. largest stock of Fine Clothing in the county. Two weeks ago we made a deal with one of the Largest Manufacturers of Shoes in .the United States. The factory was flooded for a short time during the spring freshet, and could not get their April orders out. Consequently a great many orders, consisting of Thousands of PairB of shoes, were countermanded by people who were in a hurry for their goods. We, with ten other large shoe merchants of the state, bought the entire countermanded stock at One-Third Less.than the manufacturer's prices. All new lasts and toes direct from the factory. Will be sold at Regular Wholesale Prices. The manufacturer's loss will be our customer's gain. Stock consists of Ladies', Misses', Boys' and Children's Shoes. Will be ready for your inspection Saturday, June 22nd, 1901. Also a new line of Hamilton, ceived. Call and see them. Brown Shoe Co. Shoes just re- Have just received a full line of Ladies' and Gentlemen's Collars and Cuffs from the celebrated Corliss, Coon & Go's factory Troy, N. Y. Every Collar and pair of Cuffs are guaranteed to be the best on the market. Collars are equal to any 25c Collar on the market, price 15c each 2 for 25c. Cuffs 25c pair. Call in and get one of those neat and desirable little books called ' 'What to Wear." They are free. We will show you the cuts of styles next week. J3ickf)el) Company *¥ 4 Hearsayand * Happening. ~**p* New Adyertiseinents. Davy & Co., dry goods, clothing. Carlson & Russell, bazaar. A. J. Doherty & Sons, hardware. * ¥ Frank Falk, sr., is up from Owosso this week, "W. 0. Fuller of Farweli was in the city Friday. Frank McLellan was down from Farweli Monday. A. J. Lacy and A. R. Canfield were in Saginaw this week. E. J. McKay of Yernon was in Coleman on business Saturday. On Monday Mrs. Charles Arrand gave birth to a baby boy. Miss Muriel Knowles visited her parents in Evart Saturday. Mrs. Blanche Jackson of Saginaw is visiting friends in the city. The Other Aid meets next Wednesday with Mrs. G. E. Benner.0 Mrs. C. W. Calkins is visiting her parents near Flint this week. ^A. Van Brant and Wm. Boss fished •at Lalie the first of the week. Aaron Ritter of Thompsonville visited friends in Clare this week. Hiss Kittle Chase went to Mt. pleasant Monday for a week's visit. •f he Guild will meet witb Mrs. E. B. Hbrnung next Wednesday afternoon. Wm. McKay and wife and Sam. Loo- mis and wife visited in Midland this week. "#-.F. H. Russell returned Friday from & Week's visit to his parents hear Oak •drove. A. 3< Searle was in Glare Monday, Jaaving been acting as a juror in Har- flSOti. John Imerman of Detroit was guest tst Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Baumgarth yes- •$efi3ay. «* V Saile Irotimun-zer is unable to at- %mi% be;? school duties this week ow- ■-Jar*--) illness* J. R. Hess is having erected on bis residence property on east Forth street a barn. The Ladies' Home Mission society meets Tuesday next at the home of Mrs. D. Clark. John Harper was overcome by the intense heat Monday, suffering from a light sunstroke. Dr. wray reports the birth Tuesday of a baby boy to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tracey of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. John Harris of Durand visited over Sunday at the home of Mrs. M. J. Lansing. -t Dell Kump sold his driving horse to Flint parties, himself driving to Flint with the animal last week. Two hundred fifty-one students received diplomas from the Ypsilatnti State Normal College this week. Mrs. Wm. Kelly left this morning for Buffalo, and after a week's visit at the Pan, will go to her home in Newark N, J. Mrs. Ben j. Graff* is in the city this week shipping hev household goods to Chicago. Benj. is now working in a law office there. Mr, and Mrs. L. T. Olds and Mrs. E. H. DeVogt and little Ardis went to Ovid Tuesday to attend the wedding of Miss Mabel Mix. Supervisors J. R. Goodman, A. C. Gordanier and T. J. Dwyer are in Harrison tbis week at a session of the board of supervisars. Walter Snider of Mt. Pleasant, eighth grade teacher-elect for tbe ensuing year, was in the city Friday looking over the field. Mr, and Mrs. E.- G. Walch gave a farewell reception to the Clare corps of teachers, at their home, west State street, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Chapel returned from the hospital at Saginaw last week and we regret to say the doctors there gave her little encouragement. Henry Lange has returned from the Lutheran seminary at Saginaw and will sdend the summer at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lange. Mrs. W. Wolsey and daughter, Miss Edith, went to Petoskey Wednesday where, in company with Rabbi Wol- Seyof Little Rock, Arkansas, they will spend several weeks. Miss Pansy Kibourn was in Clare Saturday on'her way home to Farweli. She closed her spring term of school in Greenwood township Friday. Lamb & DePotty are this week burning a kiln of brick recently manufactured here. This week they also made some 4-inch tile which have every appearance of being flrst-class. Miss Mae Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Smith of Vassar, formerly of Clare, graduated this week from the Vassar schools, in honors ranking well up in the class. A severe thunder storm came up Tuesday noon, but with the exception of the damage done by lightning little was done. Ella Cope's house in Vernon was struck but the damage was not great. During the month of May Clare county contributed eleven souls which crossed with tbe almost innumerable throng, tne river Styx: Grant, l; Redding, 3; Sheridan, 1; Surrey, 1; Ciare, 4; Harrispn 1. Albert De Hart of Loomis was a pleasant caller at the Sentinel office Friday. "Bert" taught near Beaverton this spring and has been engaged to teach the grammer department at Gladwin next year. George Saxton, the towerman, is on a thirty days' lay-off and his place is filled by Clifford Clark. George will spend several days fishing and will visit his daughter in Grand Rapids before resuming his duties. Tbe K. of P's had a very pleasant time at their hall Thursday evening. Two degrees were worked and after this a banquet was spread. Forty- seven from Evart came down by special train and many other visitors were present. The case in the circuit court last weefc, Kelly V3. the city of Clare, went to the jury, and after long and weary deliberations a disagreement was returned standing nine to three in favor of the city* It is-quite probable the case will not come up again. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Com pton from Spnngville, Pa„ and Miss Hattie Hol- lenbeck of Rock Falls, III., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Loomis in Wise. Mrs. Compton and Mrs. Loomis are sisters and Jbad hot seen' each other for twelve years, while Miss H. is a niece and is visiting Michigan for the first time. FANS Complete New Lines Wo to $1.75 'amy dc Cot Everything to Wear at LoWest Prices BELTS New Elastic Beits J 50b New Satin Belts 25g and 50g Clearing Sale of Ladies3 Tailor Made Suits 15 Ladies* suits, nearly all sample, s'uits; made of popular fabrics, in the newest styles, at low prices to close them out. - w • $7.50-All -Wool Venetian Eton Suits $6,75 $10.00, $11.00 and $12.00 Suits only 9.00 $16.50 and $17.50 Suits only 14.50 M 3 Silk Waists Black Jap. Silk Waists 3.25 ai)d 3*75 Black Taffeta Waists 4-75 aijd 5.00 Special Shoe Vaftie Ladies' Fine Dongola Shoes made of solid leather throughout, all sizes, F>&r Psair $1.50 Wash Goods Special AH our 15c fine figured Dimities new patterns, popular coloring, special price to close them out, per yard Light Prints 31-2 cts. yd. avy dc Co. Best Indigo Prints 5 cents pi Closing Out Sale of Millinery During the month of June I want to close out every hat in my etosre. Id*-. order to do this I offer them at greatly reduced prices. Ladies, if you have n.ot. purchased your summer hats call and see those lovely Tucked Chiffon Turbans in all colors. Also children's hats in all shapes and colors. A full, line of baby bonnets and mull hats. Kespectfully, MRS. K. M. GOODMAN, Clare county will be interested to know tbat tbe last official document the late ex-Governor Pingree signed was the virtual pardon of Ellas Kir- van, formerly of Arthur township. The wife of Kiryan went dav after day to the office of, the governor and there sat and wept, The governor on the evidence submitted was not inclined to pardon" the man, but he could not stand the tears of that devoted Wife. The pardon was signed just one-half hour before Gov. Bliss took the chair. The city-corps of teachers will scater this week. Supt. Bennett will attend the 1$. E. A, at Detroit and rusticate. Miss Currier Will spend her vacation at her home in Buchanan and attend the Buffalo show. 0. B. Wait will attend school at Big Eapids. Miss Bruske will visit In Detroit. Miss Knowles will visit tn Detfbit and Cleveland. "Miss McDonald will remain at home. Miss Robinson will attend the Mt. Pleasant Normal. Miss Brown will remain at her home in Ithaca. Miss Brewer will remain at her home in Vernon. A most enjoyable spread was tbat given Friday eyening by Mr.-and Mrs. J. G. Roxburg at the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. W. H. Elden. This was the result of an agreement entered into by Supt. Bennett, R. J. Willoughby, C. B. Wait,'J. G. Roxburg, A. H. Aldrich and E. G."Welch, when they occupied a table known as the "Bachelor table" at the Calkins. The agreement was that as the fellows were captured bv Cupid's attractions each should serve a spread. Mr. Aldrich being unable to attend, it was thought Frank Louch eligible to this shrine, and he was accordingly in attendance in place of the absent one. We still hope to Bee in an early issue of the Commoner, an announcement from Mr. Bryan Of his unalterable opposition to running for the Presidency three times. Pensions. Newton T. Kirk of Albidn, Mien,, claim agent of twenty-fife years' experience, will be at Central, flotel, Olare, Friday, July 5th, to attend" to pension business. Sofdiers of-civil and Spanish war, widows and all others having claims, original or increase, are invited to meet him. Bring pension certificates. 30-2 Stock For Sale. Full blood registered Gallaway bull, two years old, kind and gentle. For particulars call on or add*t*ess, Arthur J. Searkbs, box 13, Tenable, Mich. ■ . ■ '- 58-tf 4th of July Rates via -As**-** Arbor R, R. ■ •' * The Ann Ai-bof B. R. will -sell ■■«*• cursion tickets July 3rd iM -4th, limited to return July 5th at «&m tea for the round trip to all points m its Hue and connections withfo 390 •saHes of startihg point.
|Title||1901-06-27; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Thursday, June 27, 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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