1901-01-25; Clare Sentinel
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S"^"5"B!^"W"^!"S3!^j8^S5"~jB " T^f**!F"- *<w&&if&ir*>r» ■ ^xvpriysGgj^w&fFyrr.. '- ->/p.'^^ -^HTIT '$t ""^^Jw -wt^t ^ &=*&% S8teWiDEK3dl878. . CLARE, MICHIGAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 25, 1901. New^Series: Vol. 9, No.9 Hearsayand ♦ Happening. New Advertisements. • J. H. Wilson, gent's furnishings. Wm. H. Blcknell, clearing.sale. Holbrook's department store. W. S. Hamilton, geueral store. fct, March 1st J. S. Bicknell's store of Shpphered and Tlie Bicknell Go's store of Clare will be consolidated. Until then we will offer our entire stock at greatly reduced prices. €k>ods Sacrificed. Price no Consideration. Clothing Stock must be re- • duced. Largest stock in the city. Men's, Youth's and Children's Suits that fit. Prices guaranteed. A few "Overcoats to close at cost and beloW. Big Bargains in Shoes. Prices cannot be duplicated. Dry Goods, TJnderwear, Prints,* Outings, everything in fact, no reserve* only a few ss-*. lie mm 6e 35?f Sv~'Quir Giocerymah, Mr. Sisam Sffitison, says don't men- fclon groceries as we can't wait ob the customers now because fe Rives away to our customers sfccMt) C5.C0 a flay.- Keep Oat. tJiai>fl Hiram Gets More Help. C, H« O'Donald in Loomis Tuesday. rs. J. L. Welch has been" ill this week. Sheriff TJpdegraff was in the city Monday. Mrs. Murifey" Bell is ill with grip this week. Mrs. G. E, *Benner has been quite ill this week. W; L. Lvons was down from Temple oyer Sunday. Mrs. James Louch is entertaining the grip this week. Rev. F. D. Palmer and family have been enjoying (?) the grip. Walt Arrand of Wiedman was in Glare the first of the week. Henry Holbrook of Frankfort is visiting his mother in Clare this week. Mrs. Fred Livingston and two children have beea victims of grip this week. Don't fail to hear C. W. Perry's lecture on Europe, Wednesday,,January 30. Mrs. F. E. Doherty, who has been seriously ill, is considerably better at this writing. Miss Mariette Reiser ot Saginaw is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Calkins. Mrs. E. G. Welch suffered the ravages of grip this week, but 'is convalescent at this writing. All members of the Royal Circle are requested to be present on January 29. Special work to be done. Hon. A. J. Doherty and son, Fred, and T. S. Dorsey were up from the state eapitol oyer Sunday. * Mrs. Bailuss and Miss Edith Bruce of Central-Lake visited at the home of Mrs. G. Dersnah oyer Sunday. Pr. "V. C. Doherty of Grand Marais, brother to Senator Doherty, is suffer- idg from an attack of small pox. Rabbi Louis Wolsey visited his parents in Clare Monday, returning to his duties in Little Rock, Arkansas, Tuesday. • A. N. "Nowlin, wh'o runs a mill near Clarence, spent Sunday in Clare guest at the home of his brother, Henry Nowlin. Miss Bell McConnel and her cousin, Mis3 Phillamena Murray of Owen Sound, Canada, visited Miss Anna Murphy last week. Mrs. Malcolm Molton will go to Saginaw the last of this week or first of next and expects soon to commence house keeping there., Myrtle Tillotson is home from the Saginaw business college on account of the illness of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Tillotson. The A. A. freight depot, was this week moved co a location just south of the union depot. An addition of thirty feet will be built. Dr. A. Lee Smith and wife of Grand Rapids visited in Clare this week, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Davies. The ladies are sisters. Mrs. May*Oumsky Bliss of Saginaw, wife of Dr. Bliss and sister-in-law of tbe governor, will occupy the M. E. pulpit both morning and evening Sunday, January 27. Miss Bessie Storey, who has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. F. E. Dooerty and Mrs, Wm. Parrish, returned to her home in Genesee county the latter part of last week. J, W. Reed met with a painful accident recently while working in Mater Bros.' plaining mill. He was sizing lumber when a board flew bask striking him just above the eye and badly cutting and bruising bis head. Work on the new school house is progressing rapidly and the new building will be far superior to the old one. Contractor Rickman informs us that if the weather continues favorable the buildihg will be Completed by April 1. Walter Burriel, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. C.Burriel, from Plains, Montana, is visiting relatives in Clare. He goes to ^aginaw tomorrow and, a<<| companied* by his sister, Miss Grace, returns home nest week. She will ' attend school fcfoere, G. 0. Fuller, who remained two weeks with' Sheriff Updegr'aff awaiting his trial on ia charge of larceny, was released Monday. It will be remembered that he delivered some crayou work for R. J, Willoughby and failed to remit for same. W. J. Hutchison arrived in the city yesterday. The Prudential, insurance compmy, of which he is agent, gave a banquet to its agents at Waldorf Estorlq, New York, and Mr. Hutchison was one of those in attendance- He went from there to Washington, D. 'J., and saw Congress in session. Representative Dennis has introduced three bills: one requires school examiners to hold a second grade certificate instead of a third; another makes subject to a labor lien lumber that is being hauled from the mill to any given destination; and the third creates a state board for immigration. Thos, Hutiihison of Sheridan is in luck, if there be such a thing. While out hunting recently he treed what he supposed to be a gray fox, but in his effort to capture the animel he soon discovered that it was some other kind. It was a silver gray and a silver black cross, and netted ,him an even $52. Frank Bates accompanied himirf tbe chase, and received half the spoils. A birthday surprise party was given Miss Crysta McDonald Friday evening by her pupils—members of the fourth- flftb grade. The party was given at the home of Mrs. Rachel Goodman and was on from flye to eight o'clock. Tbe boy's presented their teacher with a tine glove box and bon-bon dish, the girls furnishing refreshments. Several other little gifts were received by Miss McDonald, and the whole unique affair only shows the high esteem in which she is held by her pupils. Luther Grant is one of the most pitiable if not despicable objects that under-sheriff T. L. Welch ever had to do with. His dress was that of a bushwhacker,—literally in rags. He had been stealing chickens in the neighborhood of Dover and. having long, unkempt hair, and such strange ways he had startled the entire neigh borhood. Mr. Welch brought him in and in short order be was sentenced to sixty days in the county jail whether he was lodged Saturday evening. From the actions of the man many are forced to believe him mentally unbalanced. We relied on our Temple correspondent for particulars of the death of Cassuis Temple, son of W. M. Templo postmaster at Temple, which occurred Saturday, but were disappointed In not receiving the usual newsy budget this week. He was a young man twenty-one years of age and highly esteemed by bis acquaintances. His death was very sudden and unexpected, having been ill but a few davs. The funeral was conducted Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Temple are heart-broken at the death of their son and in their afflication have . the sympathy of a large number of friends and acquaintances. The Claie fire department have is-' sued invitations for a masquarade ball to be given at Duncan's new hall, Friday evening, February 22. Mrs. Chris- tena Kanzler, costumer of Saginaw, will be at the Calkins with a tine line of masks and costumes for rent at reasonable rates. Cash prizes will be given for the best waltzers and the most grolesquely masked couple.. An oyster supper will be served at Rip ley's restaurant. The dance will be under the management of firemen James Daugherty, Charles Johnson and Marion DeHart. An enjoyable evening is anticipated. Lecture on Europe. Though the lecture course this year is the strongest course we have ever had in Clare, for various reasons Season tickets have not sold as fasc as they should, and it looked as if those in charge would be obliged to fall back onto those whose names are on the guarantee list for shortage which seemed inevitable. But C. W. Perry kindly and gratuitously consenting to give a talk on his observations while in Europe last summer, the committee hopes to be able to come out whole. Whether they do or not will determine whether they offer the people a course next year. Mr. Perry will lecture at the opera house next Wednesday evening, January 30, and the single admission will be twenty-five cents. Your lecture course ticket will not admit you to this. But those who have not course tickets and want the course ticket for the remaining three on the regular course, can get it, including ~Mr. Perry's lecture, for- the meagre amount of seyenty-five cents. Tickets will be on sale at Davies' jewelery store. Money Saving Specia A V Y » S AT Blankets and Comfqrters at Reduced Prices Heavy 10-4 Cotton Blankets Gray or white, value 59c, at per pair 104 Gray Camp Blankets, extra heavy, was ■ $1,25, now per pair Extra Quality 5-lb Gray Camp Blankets, former price 1,50, now 11-4 Wool Finish Heavy White Blankets, regular price 1.65. now 10-4 Cotton Warp, Wool Filled Blankets, silk tape binding, fancy stripe borders, ' red and blue. 3.00 qualities for 3.50 qualities for 48c 1.00 1.35 1.40 2.40 2.85 Pure Wool White Blankets, 60x80 inches, worth 3.75. at per pair 11-4 Very Fine Cotton Warp, Wool Filled Blankets, with red and blue borders in i handsome floral designs, were a special values at 5.00, now marked per pair' 60c Comforters at 69c Comforters at • 75c Comforters at . »*,. 1.00 Comforters at 1.10 Comforters at 1,25 Comforters at • ' , 1.75 Comforters at \ • ' 3.00 4.25 • SOo *-55c ; Shawl Specials The balance of our line of Fine Reversible 4.50 Shawls at Velvet Beavers Shawls, all good colors—Gray, 5.00 Shawls at Tans and Browns, at reduced prices. 6.50 Shawls at 3.50 Shawls at 2.85 7.50 Shawls at 3.75 4.00f 5,00* 5.90& Dress Goods Bargains Fine All Wool Venetians and Homespuns, Handsome Worsted Novelties, Pretty .. Plaids, Etc., values up to 75c per yard, reduced to 39 c Special Values in Worsted Novelties. 40-in Worsted Serges and Fancy J?faids, yalues up to 29c, at 2Ips All Wool Embroidered French Flannels 85c Quality at 75c Fine Cotton Imitation of Printed French Flan- uels. 15c quality at lie. 18c quality at I3c 1.00 Quality at ' , 85c Extra Heavy Twilled Flannellettes, was a special1 value at 9c, now T© Domestic Bargains Heavy Mottled Outings per yard 7c Mill Remnants of Fine Light Colored Outings, 9c quality, 7ic Black and White Dress Prints Red ahd,Black Prints Best,Black and White Shirtings Men's Furnishings Men's Heavy Black Jersey Shirts, 50 values, at 42c Men's Heavy Gray Jersey Shirts 25c Men's Fine Wool Underwear, 75c values, y closing at Men's 2.00 and 2.25 Duck Coats at Men's 1.50 Duck Coats at Men's 1.00 Duck Coats at 50c 1.75 1.25 79C Jackets, Fur Capes, Scarfs, Collarettes, Etc., at greatly reduced prices. ' PaVy & Company Everything in Dry Goods* Clothing and Shoes at Lowest Prices^ v NEW LINE OF EMBROIDERIES AND INSERTIOMS ON SALE THIS WEEK Leavitt-Saperston, The marriage of Mr. Isedore Saper- stonof Farwell and Miss Sadie Leavitt was celebrated at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leavitt, 229 east Columbia street, Ddtroit, on Sunday, January 20. Tbe ceremony was a most impressive one and was performed by the groom's cousin, Rabbi Louis Wolsey of Little Rook, Arkansas, while music was? rendered by Harris Orchestra. The bride was attired in a traveling gown of pearl gray with white taffeta, and carried a bouquet of bridal roses, being attended by her sister, Miss Anna Leavitt. The decorations were by Sullivan, and consisted of palms, cut fiowert and simian The happy couple were the recipients of many costly a'nd useful • presents. Messrs. Max Valleas and H%nry Leavitt acted as ushers. . Following is a list of the guests from outside who were in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. Silverstone, Perth, Ont.; Mr. and Mrs. L. Wiesman, Farwell, Mich.; W. Wolsey and son, David, of | Clare, Mich.; H. Himmeloch,. Toledo; Wm. Katz, Chicago; S. Ginsburg, Chicago; H. Sloman, Montreal, Canada; Mrs. a" I. Falk, Harbor Beach, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. J. Barnett, Pon- tlac, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. W. Williams, Pontiac; Miss Anthony, Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Sap'erston took a week's bridal trip, visiting relatives in Toledo, Saginaw and Clare. They will reside in Farwell, where Isedore use Sive . > . v discount Stamps ■ * THIS IS IT BROWN & McKINNON ^^I&ce C J. STONE & CO< FRESH. SALT & SMOKED CLARE HARDWARE CO. gene&&DWaRE J. H. WILSON GENTFSURNISHER Mrs. K. M. GOODMAN ^fttftffiPafe TH.sisrrf E.. H. DeVQGT phtographer Wtoen you maK& gour casli purchases M lor Discount stamps n is head clerk and assistant manager f >r L. Wiesman. He is chock full of business and his pleasant manner and courteous'treatmeht of customers has won for him a large circle of' friends' who unite with the Sentinel in extending him and his u long and happy wedded life. The Waterloo Ladies'*Militauy BantS at opera house last evenings was od« o£ the finest bands ever came tso'our eity,, * and "we regret only that when arr excellent entertainment iff' offered! oar people, they do not seem to appreciate by attending. :m.
|Title||1901-01-25; Clare Sentinel|
|Publisher||R.G. & F.A. Jefferies|
|Description||Friday, January 25, 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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