1901-10-03; Clare Sentinel
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^#-*t Mablisliea 1878, CLARE, MIQHIGrAN, T HURSPAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 3, 1901, NkvtSeries: Vol,9, Bov 45: ■4: BIG K N ELL BRO TH E R S '< t X .£$ ' ■,■' Qut shoe department is overstocked with good things ^for everybody,. We are obliged to reduce „ our shoe stock & to $ and,to do so quickly will make some special prices for a few days. This cut shows Hamilton Brown's famous Pie- hie shoes for ladies. 1,000,000 pair, have been sold and given satisfaction. This week we placed this shoe on sale in two,widths E. and F. They are made from finest Vici stock with turned spies, are sold in every state in the Union at 2.50. To introduce them we make a special price for a few days, per pair 2.00. ffflft* 267 pairs Misses' fine vici kid shoes sizes 12 to 2, heel and spring heel, all solid, were $1.25, now 75c- 160 pair grain shoes, all solid, heel or spring heel, sizes 8 to 12, were $1.00, now 75c. Misses' very fine vici shoes, lace, vesting tops, . were $1.25, now 99c. Sizes 12 to 2. Ladies' vesting top, very fine vici, all sizes, black or tan, cheap at $2.00, now $1.50. Odd shoes in ladies, worth from $1.25 to $2.00, all sizes, to close at 99c. Women's heavy calf shoes, all solid, seamless, $1.25. This week we placed on sale all sizes in Hamilton Brown's famous "Watch Us" shoes for ladies. This shoe is absolutely all solid and is sold by every shoe dealer the world around for 2.00. To introduce them we offer them at 1.50. Balwin McGraws famous "Brighton" $1.50 shoes for ladies to close at 99c. Men's $1.25 oil grain shoes, some sizes left, to close $1.00. Men's grain shoes, ballast tongue, double sole and taps, stitched soles, double row of wooden pegs, $1.50. Same as above in Kangaroo calf $1.75. Men's Kangaroo calf, high top, double sole, solid nailed and two rows stitching, riveted seams at $2/00. Men's seal grain seamless shoes, double vamp, at $2.50. Men's Highland calf shoes, fine grade for fall and winter, cork insole, always sold at $3.00, now $2.50. Men's Manilla calf shoes, for fall and winter, cork insole, rope stitched, were $3.50, now $3.00. Men's fine vici kid shoes in plain globe and coin tipped toe, a $2.50 shoe for $2.00. We have the best colt skin shoe ever offered in Clare, guaranteed all solid, globe toe and coin $2.00. A few pairs enamel shoes left to close at $2.00, were $3.00. Men's $3.00 patent leather shoes for 2.25. Men's 3.50 patent leather shoes for 2.50. BICKNELL BROTHERS Dry Goods Store Phone 50 2 rings. mmagmaBmnkmrnmummjammmUmmammmammaamm Grocery Department Phone 50 3 rings FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of the Clare County Agricultural Society Fair September 25,26 and 27, 1901. The following is a statement of the receipts and disbursements of the Clare County Agricultural Society for, and in connection with the fair held at Harrison on the 25, 26 and 27 of i September: "RECEIPTS. Beceived for membership tickets $ 30 00 Received for privileges 7 50 Beceived for admission to • grounds 164 95 D Total.. DISBURSEMENTS. Lockwood, putting down well O. D. Cleveland for band. Wm. Mitchell, labor Wm. Dart, labor A, B. Toman, bay, sundries, labor and servicer at fair. Clare Sentinel, printing bill... A. Murphy, night watchman. Xiou Williams, gate keeper O. Newberry, asst. secretary.. Draying , .... Ribbon for badges Postage on premium list, circulars, etc SI, tanning's bill for hay , and feed furnished to old society for fair held . September, 1894 Jointing of premium lists, membership ticxets, admission tickets, entry tags, programs, postal cards, etc., etc, amounting in all to about $20.C0 donated by Clare County Cleaver... 202 45 $47 25 20 00 3 00 3 00 17 00 3 60 5 00 3 00 2 50 50 100 3 15 18 00 Murat Halstead's Letter. Chicago, Sept. 21, 1901 To The Public :— I am writing "The Illustrious Life of William McKinley," which is being published by the World Publishing Co., of Buffalo, ~8. Y., and hope to make it worthy. There^adverlised another "Life of McKinley'*" entitled "Life and Distinguisbe4r-$ervfces"M William McKinley" alleged to be by me, I prepared a Campaign Publication six years ago regarding the Republican candidates then for President and Vice President. I understand it is undergoing further change and purported to be my "Life of McKinley." lhave had nothing to do with it since 1896 and want this clearly understood. It is a back number, and I trust will be looked upon as such. (Signed) Mtjkat HaltEad. The proper edition for sale by Frank Badgley, Clare, Mich. 1901. Total $17850 Balance...... p 2395 Premiums still to pay about.. 2100 •f^avia^ a balance in favor of the society of............. $ 2 95 James E. Dudley, Secretary. to Last ' Sunday Excursion Frankfort. The last Sunday excursion of the season to Crystal Lake and Frankfort will be giveti by the Ann Arbor rail- 4foafi Supday, October 6th. Special 'ifitln will leave Clare at 7.*22 a. m, jfefe for round trip $l,00i Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 23, World Publishing Co., 53 Franklin St.,-Buffalo, N. Y. Gentlemen:—Your portrait of the late President McKinley, 16x20 inches in size, on cardboard, in photographic tints, is a beautiful picture, suitable for framing, and one of the best portraits of President McKinley I have yet seen and is in verr great contrast with the cheap prints and cheap pictures sold on the streets. Every family should have a copy of this portrait. H, 0. Fo-vvler, D. D., LL. D„ Bishop of the M. E, Church. Samuel Lynch Beiler, Ph. D., Pastor of the Richmond Avenue Church, Charles Edward Locke, D. D., Pastor of the Delaware Avenue M. E. Church. It is hardly necessary for us to explain that Dr. Locke preached the funeral sermon of the late President McKinley at the Milburn house. Edgar B. Jewitt, President of the Columbia National Bank, Buffalo, N, Y., and ex-Mayor of Buffalo. A liRAND SUCCESS. O. P. (tISTORD, D. D., . Pastor of the Delaware Avenue Baptist Church. J, E. QuiglbY, (Eom. Catb.) Bishop of Buffalo, W. Y. Chapman, Pastor of the Lafayette Presbyterian Church. , Ralley Day Echoes. At least 1,000 people attended the rally of Clare Co. Sunday schools, held at Harrison September 26th, 1901, of whom 600 participated in the parade. A quarter of a mile of finely decorated loads and other rigs marched at 10:30 a. m. after which the parade formed on foot, and marched with waving flags and banners two abreast with the Harrison band through the streets to the fair grounds in a line which extended half a mile in single flle. After the basket picnic dinner, exercises were opened with a band concert at the grand stand, and an attentive audience was soon absorbed in the masterly eloquence of Hubbard of Lansing, aud Day of Detroit all save a handful of disorderly persons who threateningly besieged the speaker's wagon, and after an hour and a quarter and in the face of a thousand indignant spectators broke in upon speakers Day's address and declared the "races on." These were not the race 'managers. This unwarrented and disorderly act has received popular denounciabion by intelligent and law abiding citizen throughout the county, and deseryes further censure in view of the facts that, (a) The mapagemnt of the rally had engaged the grand stand three weeks before the races were billed for exercises. (b) But one hour and fifteen minutes of the hour and forty-five minutes granted had been used, and the rally was, as the time-keeper will affirm, running on its own time when it was disturbed. At the special request of speaker Day who bad attended the ralley at a great sacrifice, no arrests were made although many favored using the law, This may yet be done. After this episode plans were perfected for the organization of & county Anti-Saloon league) which act "met with wide support in the evening when a large audience of temperance people listened to the. sound logic of W. G. Hubbard at Wilson's opera house. The following county officers were elected for the Clare Co, S. S. association. President—Bev.- R. J. MeCall, Harrison, Stietiand Floss All - Colors per Skein 8 Oonts *Davydt Co. E tf erijfch i i>g lo Wear al L«oWest Prices IS .No, 40 Satin liberty No. 60 Satin Taffeta all colors, per yard 25 Cts. Cloaks and Capes. We are receiving new'. Cloaks nearly every day. The fashionable garments this season are half-fitting box coats in 27-inch and 42-inch lengths. Our showing in these popular garments is very extensive, embracing the very newest ideas in style and finish and ranging in * cv» c*\ . &rr s%n price from . . . . . 0O..SO to #75. OO Our Special Sale of long Plush Capes has been very suo cessful. The values are the greatest 00 a/? j @>s* <r/> ever offered in this vicinity. «*«• *SO to <^G« OU New' Silks Hosiery and Underwear Guaranteed Black Taffetas 75c, 90c, 1.25, 1.35 Extra Quality Black Peau-De-Soie I.OO, 1.25 New line of Printed Warp Silks in the very latest colors and patterns in waist lengths at per yard I.OO l^eW Waistings 27-inch All Wool Stripe Albatross in the leading shades per yard 3Bc 27-inch All Wool Serges, Silkotine Stripe large line of colors —^ per yard oilC Printed French Flannels in waist lengths per yard S5c FiVe itenis that are J3argaii)s One case Ladies' Heavy Fleeced Hose, they are regular 15c quality with , slight imperfections in knitting, and are extra value at per \f\r* pair .... 1VC One case Misses' Extra Heavy Ribbed Cotton Fleeced Hose two QE^ pairs for . . , -^Ow One case Ladies' Extra Heavy Wool Ribbed Hose, black or Ox- Q-^C • ford gray, per pair Ladies' Heavy Gray Jersey Ribbed Fleeced Vests and Pants, ^^ per garment . . . ^^C Misses' Very Heavy Fleece Lined Vests and . _, TT - Pants , : 15c Upward us' Ready- to-wear flats Millinery Dept 'avy s Latest Creations in Trimmed Hats Miilinery Dept. Millinery Opening! In the near future 1 will occupy the building four doors south of the post office, just vacated by J. H. Wilson, and on , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, will occur my'GRAND MILLINERY OPENING to which all ladies are cordially invited. MRS. K. M. GOODMAN, Isfc Vice President—Re?. A. O. Barclay, Olare. 2nd Vice President—O. E. Parsons, Clare. 3rd Vice President—Henry Bogne, Harrison. 4th Vice President—J. L. Little- fleld, Farwell. Corresponding Secretary—Asa . Aldrich, Clare. Recording Secretary—E. C. Mill3, Harrison. Treasurer—Melvin Bueil, Clare. Supt.wHome Dept.—C. E. Parsons, Clare. - The north-eastern district of the Clare Co, S. S. association was organized, which comprises the township's of n'rost, Franklin, Hayes and Hamilton, with President—Henry Bogne, Harrison. 1st Vice President—B. A. Green, Harrison. 2nd Vice President—A. C, ElingJer, Leota. ■ SecretaJy—'Mrs. Eva Campbell, Harrison. ' ' Treasurer—Jas. Dudley, Harrison. The county is now fully organized into districts, ahd is ready for a forward mc vetnent for Christ.' The Temple S. S. won* both reward banners for best drilled S. S. and best load. The next rally will include four counties, and may be beld at Clare next year if the way opens. Yours for Christ, C. E. Parsons, , ,' Clare, Mich. Poor Farm. The superintendents of the poor met In the olty of Harrison and audited the folloivihg no counts: POOB jPASM. Pa'alteeper ,...,'..,, $30.00 Paid clothing ., •... i.25 insurance 30.00 ■Other.expenses.. - 9 el 8T0 86 , TEMFOfcAilTi Paid food— ... *. Paid clothing. ..i — . _ Paid medicine and med.attendanoe...... Paid Transportation ..* 15 6(1 7 20 88 00 2184 $82 60 Football. The second high school football team of Mt. Pleasant met a simiW team here last Saturday. The teams were well matched as to weight, the Mt. Pleasant boys being more elongated but less stocky than the Clare boys. The game was cleanly played. Mussell and C. Jackson did briliant work carrying the ball, making many long. runs. Tatman was much, ln evidence carrying Jacksob several yards for a touch down. The rest of the team were playing their first game and as the score shows all did well. The score stood, Mt. Pleasant, 0; Clare 17. Following is the lineup: full back, Earl Dwyer; lert half, Charley Jackson; right half, Arthur Mufesell; quarter back, James Mason; left- end, John Jackson} right end, Leo Kelley; left tackle, James Tatjaan; right tackel, Say Fallt; left guard, Harry- Pierce; right guard, Roy McKinnonj center, Ed Pettit.
|Title||1901-10-03; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Thursday, October 3, 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;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|