1898-01-21; Clare Sentinel
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Established 18*7-3.' LAKE, MICH., #RIDjA.Y JAN, 21,1898. New Series: Vol. 6, _$o. 8 e are \ **fp* i# 4_a& -_-*"M_r and intend to have a shai'e of Your Grocery Tirade, if "LOW PR ICES and A No. I quality Of goods will secure it. It would take the whole newspaper to tell you of our many bargains, b,ut come and see for yourself. The proof of the pudding is the eating. "WlV 416. Sn Our ^Bakery . * . sc*_ If 4te *SifW _.*•<"■* We have a large and varied line of Wheat, Graham, Rye and Cream Bread, all kinds of cookies and cakes, etc. Home made candies. Mixed nuts, in fact everything kept in a © e © o id*irsi<* Glass S^akery* VAN BRUNT & SON. ®h 4?_ ■w© _#- *lw £& •»Av *» r 'Round About Home. i^-., "We have the largest stock of hand and* maohiiie' made harnesses in the city and we ask you to call and see ns "when in need of anything in our line We make our goods all right and will not be undersold by any one anywhere. 'Nough said. V The time for blankets and robes is here and we have a fine line for stable and street. Our stock is a large one and *we are offering them at greatly reduced -prices to make them move. yCutters, Sleighs and all f Agricultural ents unwoodie frj»w, :,irrT^V-xa5------i-js^^ IJ-K^-I_-33__K_SSB_»3WK UR READERS. We have made arragements with the Publishers to offer armer, AND .sniffle! ROTH ONE TEAR FOR ONLY $1.50. Aaai-essaUortfer- to THE.CLARE SENTINEL. Howlmrd tho heart that taltes But never trives; How cold ni-st ho the utmosphero It -which It lives. Oh, would I haft a mine of gold! •Twould not Ha on a st-olf, 'Twould Megs the poor, tho stole, tho old, And then-—'twould Metis myself*. E.B. Hornung, Hint, Monday. JT. IT, Nix in Owosso, Tuesday and Wednesday, D- J- Began of Calkinsville was in the city* yesterday. Mrs. W, D. Pen-in of Coleman, is Visiting friends here, Mrs. IT. A. Jefferies visited in Mt. Pleasant, -Wednesday. Mrs. 0. H. Van Brunt visited in Mt. Pleasant oyer Sunday, Frank Louch has beon confined to the house this week by sickness. Mrs. Jas, Bollen and son, Harold, visited friends in Farwell, Saturday, Jack Morley, of Saginaw, was visiting at the Doherty stock farm, Wednesday. Lawrence Grathwohl returned to Bellaire, Monday, after a week's visit in Clare, The good sleighing will now enable those who desire, to bring in wood on subscription. Pat Battles of Vernon, returns to Kentucky, today, to work at lumbering for D. Kelly. Jay O'Donald .returned, Monday, from a three months' absence in Ta- comaand Seattle. Mrs, Thos. Elloit was called to Cadillac, on Monday, on account of tho serious illnes of her mother. Mrs. J. D. Martin of Saginaw, was visiting her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. J. Hepflnger. the first of the week. Boderick Smalley of east 7th street, suffered a stroke of paralysis last Saturday evening. He lies in a critical condition. There were only three deaths in Clare county in the month of December, one in Clare, one in Sheridan and on.sLia.HtoisdSr:...*..,. *.,->,-*.,:.'•-, "Vince" Alport, "whose good fortune: we mention elsewhere in .his issue, wishes us to make the announcement that he doesn't want the girls to gall ■■peak at once. Ed Russell of Vernon marketed 20,- 130 lbs of live pork in-Clare last Saturday. The price paid was S3.25 per cwt. This is 9c per cwt. higher than the average state price. B.M. Mussell, W, M. of John Q. Look lodge, will go to Grand Rapids next week to attend the meeting of the Michigan Grand lodge, P. So A. M., which will convene at high noon next Tuesday. Under-sheriff Gardanier goes to Far- well, today, to attend the examination before Justic* White of Thos. Andrews, whom he arrested last week Tuesday on the charge of selling liquor without a license. Bud Wing leaves on Saturday for Detroit, to accept a position with C. W. Althouse of the Clare stave factory, who has recently erected a handsome home in the city of the straits, and where he will live in the future. A -pleasing feature of the lecture at- the M. E.church last Monday evening, was the finely rendered music of the orchestra, which is composed of S. C. Kirkbride, A. E. Mulder. P. B. Doherty, A, Rosenthal, P. E. Doherty, C. H. Clark and Miss Chase. Asher Wood met with a yery painful mishap last Sunday morning which may result in his losing the sight of his left eve. He was lifting a stove lid, when the lid slipped and .he lifter hounded up, striking him in the eye, badly burning that member. The lecture of the Hon. Washington Gardner, "The Struggle for Chattanooga," at the M. E. church last Monday evening, wasnotadisappoint- mentto the large audience by any means. It was a true picture of war, portrayed by one who was a participant in the struggle when but a lad of 16. Mr. and Mrs. A. 3. Doherty tendered a reception to Secretary of State Gardner, last Monday evening, at their pleasant home in Glare. Ten covers were spread about the festiye board and a truly hapoy and profitable hour was passed. It was one of the neatest events of the kind that eyer happened in Clare. Some scoundrel, with no brains and less of heart, poisoned W. J. Hutchison's dogj "Brownie," a thorough- bread pointer, on Wednesday Mr. Hutchison opened the dog and found the poison and has evidence that will, Without doubt, lead to the apprehending of the. guilty party. "Brownie" was a noble, well-trained animal-, and $100 would nob have bought him. IJanuary m | ^Clearing Sale = , We want to close out all winter goods before our annual E i inventory on February 1 and put prices on to = <; make them move. *E_' BlanKets- ^ \ Large gray cotton blankets, sold for 49c, at 42c. 5£_ \ Heavy brown mottled blankets., sold for 69c, at*55c •£z '**"' Piue fancy cotton blankets, sold for $1, at 79c, g-'-' 4 pound wool mixed blankets, sold for $1.25, at $1. 5 '* " " *' S1.50, at $1.25. $3, at $2.50. cets ■____:* Very floe gray wool blan ^Flannels. ', Pleayy red twilled flannel at 17c, Heavy gray flannels at 15c and 20c. Dark plaid outing flannels at 3.e a yard. ',, Heavy dark outings, drei,s styles, sold for 7_c, at Cc, ", All best outings 8c a yard. *. Heavy white outings 4c a yard. Mill remnants of 10c outings at 7c a yard. Hosiery. Ladies' natural gray wool hose, worth 25c, at 19c Ladies black wool hose 22c worth 29c. Misses black wool hose extra values at loc, 20c, 25c, and 35c. Misses'heayy ribbed cotton fleeced hose reduced to 12k; a pair. Misses' very heavy seamless ribbed hose, worth 121c, at 10c a pair. Ladies' Underwear, Heavy gray wool ribbed vests and pants was a big bargain at 50c, now 42c. •• Pine all wool ribbed vests and pams, white or gray, were $1 now 85c. Union su ts, heavy fleeced cotton, worth 50c. to close at 42c. Men's Furnishings. Heavy Jersey shirts reduced to 35c. Extra heavy Jersey shirts, blue or black, 45c, Heavy wool Jersey shirts, worth 85c, at 62c. Pinest cotton fleeced Jersey shirts, worth $1, at 85c Heavy mackinaw jackets $1 and $1.25. Heavy all wool socks, worth 30c and 35c, for 25c, Best home knit mittens, worth 45c, for 35c. Heavy faced mitts 25c. Three Bargains in Men's Underwear. Heavy two thread non-shrinking shirts and drawers, former price 75c. for 62*c. Very heavy wool fleeced, former price $1 now 85o. Extra heavy camel's hair plush back, former price $1 now 85c. 25 per cent, off regular price on Cloaks and Capes. 15 per cent, off regular price on Men's Overcoats and Ulsters. Double fold novelty suiting new goods, worth 10c, at 7_e. Remnants worsted plaids, brigtit colors at 4c a yard. Heayy cotton toweling 3|c a yd. Apron ginghams 3.c. Light prints 3c. Table oil cloth, best grade, lie. House wrappers made ot heayy fast color, flannelette $1. AVY & Co. «3 %... T-x. Tmmmmmiim^ We leave Clare Feb. 1st. Best $2 cabinet Photos at $1 per dozen till that date. i$ix & Sou. Advertised Letters.—List of letters remaining uncalled for in the Clare post offlce for the week ending Saturday, Jan. 15,1898. Persons claiming these letters please call for "Adver- tisea Letters:" A. B. Large, Mrs. Eva Cruikshank, Miss Emma Decker, Mrs. C. M, Taggart. February 10th is the date that Midland Pythians have decided upon for the swell party of the season. Clare, Mt. Pleasant and St. Louis lodges will be invited, and an exhibi- -ion drill will be given at Poster's Park, folio weel by dancing. Refreshments will be served at' Castle hall.— Midland Sun. Old maid's party last Friday evening from 8 till late, at the home of Louise Bruske on -east 5th street, Twenty young ladies in attendance, ten of whom represented bachelor girls and .en old maids. The old fashioned costumes of the latter were quaint, and very appropriate, some of the gowns dating back one hundred years. Later in the evening an oyster supper was served after which the .ruests departed, having enjoyed a very novel and pleasant evening. W. Boswell, formerly of Clare, died at his home in Traverse City, Jan, 18, of blood poisoning. A few weeks ago while drawing on his trousers in dressing, the nail of one of his great toes caught in the hem of the garment and was partialy torn off. Blood poisoning set in. He was 62 years of age and leaves a widow and five children, One of his daughters, Mrs. T.- O. Hol- brook, a'resident of this city. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Holbrook are in Traverse City this week to attend the funeral services. We always close out the balance of winter stock on hand. Now is your time to get an A-_>Fo.-I suit for little money. Look in our windows. Suits, former price $20 to $28, your choice now for $15. All new goods. Good heavy black pants $2. Yours for Business- Merrill Murtha, Mt. Pleasantj says: "My eyes are well and my vision, defective from astigmatism, completely cured by glasses lltted by Dr. Dodge. Consult him at Dr. Burner's offlce, Jan. 25th and 26th. Wanted.—A few good loans in Real Estate. O, H, Clakk. Clare. To Trade:— Bicycle for sheep, hogs or calves. Por further information inquire at this office. T. A. Livingston, Mt, Pleasant says: "Dr, Dodge cured my daughter's eyes of severe granulated lids, with glasses," Call on him at apr.Bnrrier's office nexfc Tuesday and Wednesday. J. w. This space and cut Represents 4 4 4 4 THE CITY J. ..BAKERY.. Not a Mixed-up Store, bufc-a First-class Bakery. If not on hand, what you require, it would be to your interest to order it a little ahead of time, then you can have it. 'Por the winter months in purchasing Bread Tickets of me you can have better inducements, as we must- have our bakery warm in cold weather, so it is almost as easy to bake a large batch of bread as a small one. Give me a share of i'our trade and 1 assure you that you will nob he sorry, I assureyou that, my baked goadsare clean and pure. I learned my trade complete, EGGS WANTED. J. _E3. POSS, •I- 4- t I 4 4 4 t 4 l. 4 4 -%i . .,~?~a£<*fx < «'.
|Title||1898-01-21; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, January 21, 1898 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.|