1902-12-25; Clare Sentinel
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. .u.)»w>».Wff»wW,»..j^ ...-.j,--,i'.^v-,^^';JV,'J-'-^'-'..:J-.'^'W,^8l;.hi;Mat.'~.l1^1-'--- ^■»^.-''^>->i.!h,r^tfi-|i4aJ>.i..'.l.!c!;uli..'J:,).a'1.1, ui.t.ii, .'lui,.i4jii:,iB|i'.HU||im^ ■a.^-JOl^t.^^^^ t?K*: '*;■_■ ,;.*,-.->; A ■■;•'■ <&'';.'-' i*4tablished 1878. Commence saving |J your discount stamps -' today* See line of premiums. CLARE, MltelGI^ TH^KBMY AFTBRKOOK, DE01MBER, 25, 1902. New Series: "?ol>ll,]Np, fe -< c****' >& ^ Wish goto .a MerriJ Ghrisfcijias ai)d iiappijf Prosperous ISleW Year. A.8 the busy holiday trade is over we find a great many odd and ends in different lines to close out. enable us to close them out we have marked every thing in this line way down. To 54 inch dress goods regular $1.00 now 89c yd. * 42 " " " " 60c ,l __' 43c " 42 " suiting, all colors, regular50c" 39c" 42 » *< '« " " 35c" 28c " 27 " Flannel waist goods " 35o " 29c " Every yard of silk, satin and velvet going at wholesale prices. Flannel waist patterns, no two patterns alike, regular prices per patterns from $2.00 to $3 50 take your pick now @ SI.50 a pattern. See our table of 15c dress goods, embracing a line of regular 25c, 35c, and 40c goods, Its a winner. Men's suits in all the late st styles of material and* makes. All suits at greatly reduced prices. ■i Special boys' two piece suit age 10 to 10 years, reavy all wool plain blue or fancy mixed Ohevolt, made double seat and knee, regular $3 00 suit now only $2 00; a dandy school suit. Boys' Reefer overcoats in heavy Chinchilla, size 3 to 16 years, regular $2.50 now only $1.50. Odds and ends in Men's and Boys caps, regular 50c, take your pick for 25c .each. Purses, Gpatelians in the newest styles at reasonable prices, New Belts ~~ and Girdles received this week. 25c and 1.50 Bach i*/-*-"" Two Clasp Kid in all colors • l.Ob and 1.50 All wool Golf Gloves, all colors, j, 45c and 50c Cloak Values Ladies' 45-in, Automobile Jackets myme, ah wool Kerseys, brpwns and castors, all new this season, 1-7 g\_r\ former" selling price 10 00, now **"" MiSSeS' flUtOmObile JaGketS. Heavy, All Wool Ker- seys, handsomely trimmed, castors and reds, 10.00 -y f_*r% values at Ladies' Monte Carlo Jackets, castor and Black, special values at Ladies' 27-incli Jackets, satm imed, reK- ular 8 50 value 61li!dren'S GOatS. Heavy Melton, blue or red, braid trimmed, 27 inches long IO.OO 5.95 2.00 Overcoats ai)d Ulsters. Never before in the history of Clare have you had such a grand opportunity to buy new and up-to-date overcoats and ulsters at the price we now quote. It has always been our policy not to carry an overcoat over from one season to another. Therefore, we have placed quick selling prices on every one in our stock. Come early and you will not be disappointed. Keep your eye open for our Big Sale bill. If you don't get one drop us a card and we Will mail one to your address. Orders taken for Tailor made clothes. Fit guaranteed. We save you 25 per cent. A mt-W Uu Collars Exquisite designs in white arid ecru Venlse collars 75c to 1.50 Each Stylisn. Furs New line of scarfs in Fox Beaver and other popular f»«- 1.39 to 15.00 Fine Linen Towels, Table Damasks, Napkins, Etc. Reasonably priced. New waist Materials Cream Brilliantine and Mohairs, Plain and Fancy Bedford Cords, White Mercerized Vestings, Fancy Stripe Worsteds, Etc. Very desirhble for*hollday gifts. l.OO to 2.50 per paUeri) Holiday HanflKercliieis This collection merits your attenlion. No such assortment has ever before been offered in this city. The prices ra^e-rom J(. ^ J.QQ Eac), Winter Millinery Everything in this line at 1*4 oii Regular Price Smoking Jackets Made of fine, all wool plaid back, Scotch golf cloth, silk cord edges* fancy pockets, 5.00 t0 7.50 Mufflers " ': Fancy silk, quilted, newest shapes, 50C tO 1,00 • Way's knit mufflers, .plain and fancy stripes, 25c and 50c Sweaters ~ Ail the leading colors, 50c to 3.00 Each Gloves and Mittens Golf Glove in Black, White and Fancies tQQ Kid and Mocha, lined and unlined 50ctol.75 Fur Driving Gloves LOO and 1.50 Noftbu Neckwear The latest shapes and colors in seperate boxes if you wish 25c and 50c Suspenders New webs with substantial up-to-date trimmings 25c and 50c I I I Everything to Wear. Davy & Company Lowest Prices. A SUCCESSFUL YEAR FOR CLARE'S POPULAR HOTEL. THE "BUILDING TO BE ENLARGED IN THE SPRING. Artistically Printed Menu for Christmas Guests. modem hotel has brought a large trade., So much is this true that the diningroom is often crowded and the bedroom capacity overtaxed. In view of the increasing business, it has been decided to 'enlarge the hotel next spring, The jog on the north side of the building will be filled in with a two story addition, which will be extended north as a short wing, replacing the present laundry and giving about 1200 square feet of additional ground surface. The diningroom will then be made ten feet wider, taking in a part of the present kitchen. Other adjustments in keeping with the enlarged I capacity of the house will also be made, and the Hotel Calkins will continue to sustain its reputation as one of Central Michigan's leading hotels. , Card of Thanks. We desire to express our warm appreciation of all the kindness of friesnds and neighbors, especially Mr. and Mrs. Crossen, Mr. and Mrs. L. Venner and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Perry, during the sickness and death of a loved wife and daughter, Andkew Mitchell. Mr. and Mbs. James. Gerren. MENU. J. W. CALKINS Clare's Successful Hotel Proprietor. •x> Clare may well be proud of her leading hotel. The Calkins.. It ranks as •one of the best in this part of the state, and he who mingles at all with the numerous traveling men who Come to Clare as a junction point', can but/ notice that they* always have a good -word for The Calkins. The wholesome cooking, thp diningroom service, over which Miss Sophia Stoll has so long successfully presided that she is now regarded as one of the family, the well heated, ventilated and lighted bedrooms and the obliging ways of Landlord- Calkins with' his genial humor as well as the kindly courtesy of his right hand'man, chief clerk Horace Joiner, and the air of orderly cleanliness about the entire premises, all make it a well nigh, ideal hotel. . •Such an investment of capital in the form ol full equipment for' a Chicken Consomme with Hot Wafers Queen Olives Celery Lettuce Sweet Pickles Radishes N. Y. Counts • . • . ROASTS Loin of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding Eoiled Lamb Saddle, Caper Sauce Roast Duck, Onion Dressing Stuffed Young Turkey, Cranberry SauCe Chicken Pie Chestnut Oroquetts Virginia Brown Bread American Beauty Salad ' Fruit Salad Mushed Potatoes Escalloped Potatoes ' Baked Sweet Potatoes Stewed Tomatoes Green Corn French Peas - ^ * . * . DESERT . * . * - Apple°Pie Mince Pie Chocolate Cream Pie Yule'Tide Pudding, Brandy Sauce Marsaelles Punch : Vanilla Ice Cream Assorted Cake * Tea • Coffee Cocoa Milk * i * '.. Mixed Nuts Fruit The above menu will be served at The Calkins Christmas day at 12:30 p. m. (standard time). Any Olare people Who expect to dine there should notify Mr. Calkins as soon as possible. AN UNINVITED GUEST. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Perry's Unknown Intruder Steals a Valuable Overcoat. All unwittingly last Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Perry entertained some unknown guest who rewarded their unintended hospitality by appropriating to himself a $30 overcoat as he quietly stole out in tlie early hours of the morning. As is their custom, Mr. and Mrs. Perry went to the Hotel Callrns last Saturday eveningfor supper, leaving their bed had been occupied, but no farther trace of the intruder was found. The hall in the Perry residence is lighted with electric lights and it is possible that someone in a half drunken stupor wandered to the 'door, opened it, stumbled up the stairs and into the first bed room. The clothes of the bed were turned back from the foot, and the man had evidently undressed and slept under the bed clpthes with his head at the foot, not using the pillows. The closet in the room, f.ull of garments, was untouched. Mr. and Mrs. Perry's room adjoined this guest chamber with closets between one remember having seen any person around the house from G:30 to 8:00 when entrance must have been made. This incident occurred on the second anniversary of a somewhat similar one when late at night after having closed his store on Saturday two years ago, E. H. Waller found an uninvited guest enjoying the warmth of his sitting room, right across the street from the Perry residence but in that case the intruder did not stay over night. "Some women can't pass a millinery shop without looking in. Some men can't pass a saloon without going in." Green Currant Pie THE CALKINS. CLARE'S POPULAR. HOTEL. frontdoor unlocked. After the meal Mrs. Perry, calling at a neighbor's did ,not immediately return home. But during the hour she was at home before Jilr. Perry's arrival at nine o'clock she thought she twice heard someone tipstfl-irs but dismissed it as only her imagination and "ho mention was made of it. Next morning passing into tho sp3,rebedrodmtitwas.seen that the the two rooms and neither of the rooms have locks. The fellow having had his. sleep out evidently quitely dressed, passed down stairs, took Mr, Perry's overcoat hanging in the hallway, unlocked the outside door,- the key being in the 16ck on the'inSide, and hastened away. ••* ••.'. *'•. No further trace lias beenJourci of the strange, visitor, neither does any The Ladies Union will not meet this week. • The Bazaar under charge of :the. ladies of the Congregational church; dur- ing?recenb weeks, realized $20. A supply of pillows that arrived late hav e not all been disposed of. Would-be purchasers 'will And them at Mrs, I Thurston's and the parsonage.
|Title||1902-12-25; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Thursday, December 25, 1902 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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