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343, 347, 349 Dock St.
Has Caught our
The Greet Sele Commences
. Cash is what we want.
Profits scattered to the wind.
Brevity is the soul of wit.
Actions speak louder than words.
That's what we do.
-""As an inducement to gain more trade, we will give away free with
purchases, a fine Oil Painting and Gold Leaf Frame, valued at $5. Also, a
free chance to win a 825 Doll, (see it in our Dry Goods Dept.,) which will
be given awayChristnias Eve, to the person holding the lucky number.
You are entitled to a chnneo with every purchase
The Flame has
All our Surah Silks up to 45c, are telling at 30c.
All our plain China Silks worth 75c, selling at 45c.
All our figured drapery nlks worth $1, selling at COc.
All wool storm ms worth 40c, telling at 25c.
36 inch Camel hair suiting worth 50c, selling at 35c.
64 inch Broadcloth worth 1.25, selling at 90c.
45 inch French Ilcnrictt'i, hlnck, worth 1.10, for 85c.
One ease Ladies' red or natural wool Underwear, 65c each or 1.25 suit.
One case Ladies' Camel hair Underwear, 9fc each or 1.75 suit.
300 window shades with roller and fixtures, ready to hang, 19c.
200 window shades, Keystone Holler and fixtures, ready to hang, 35c.
And a fine assortment with fringe and fixtures, ready to hang, 50c.
Special value in gloves, hosiery, corsets, handkerchiefs, ribbons, laces and
all notions.
Special offer in Ladies' Cloth Jackets and Misses' Cloaks.
Ladies' flannel shirt waists and petticoats, ask to see them. Lining cambrics
given free with every dres pattern at 37$c per yard and up.
t The Flame has caught the Clothing Stock.
Men's, Boys' and Children's Suits, at GO
Cents on Dollar.
Tailor made garments bought by us at COc. on the dollar and sold to you at
the same figure. Have you seen these grand bargains.
Men's finett $9.00, 10 00, 12 00 suits go at 87.50.
12.00,14.00,15.00 10.00.
" 15.00, 16.00, 18.00 12.00.
" 18.00,20.00,22.00 " 15.00.
The Flame has caught the Shoe Stock,
We are showing thy Inrycit and most complete stook of Ladies' and Chil
dren's artiitic iwtui, in northern Michigan, in all styles and widths from
A to EE, you will l mrc to tt a correct fit, this means comfort in stylish
shoes, at 25 to 50 pi r ci:t h's than you will get anywhere else. Ladies'
Mie' "J Children' fine In nib wool slpper soles, made of the finest white
lamb wool, av l ih highest grude soles in the market.
317 Dock Street.
Reduction !
entire stock of
caught the Dry
In all the great Hotels, the leading
Clubs and the homea.Dr.Prlce'aCream
Baking Towder holds its supremacy.
Dr. Price's
Mo AmmonU,
Ho lam.
Or any othtr
The only Pure
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder.
Ita Purity
Uaa never been
4T Years the Standard
Nntfraa inaartad undar thia haadln. S Cent! D4f
line lor eaco lu.cruon.
Valuable farm land to exchange for city
property. Enquire at Aicaca ofiloe.
For Sale.
On n. horsa nower steel boiler with 45
fPAt of atarlr. fire front crate bars, lnlcctor
aud all necessary fixtures. Tbe above Is
first class ana practically new, maae oj
tbe Lansing Iron and Engine Works, and
la nnw situated at the Bauaw Bav mill op
erated by D. D. Oliver. Inquire of Alpe
na Industrial works. Terms easy, xiww
80 acrea of land. 14 cleared, young or
chard, log house, In town 83, 8, for sale.
Enquire at this office.
Farmers Notice.
I am still conducting the sale of farm
Implements of all descriptions. Bach as
cord binders, reapers, mowing machines,
rakes, plows, barrows, cultivators, suixy
nlews. notato planters and dicers, seeders,
stump pullers, fanning mills, Mllburn
wagons, Jackson wagons, ana an omer
kind of farm tools. Office on Washington
avenue, Frost's old stand, near Qlobe ho
tel. 072 J. W. HALL
Aconts to sell our choice and hardy
Nursery Stock. We have many new
special varieties, both in fruKa and orna
mentals to offer, which are controlled on
ly by us. We pay commission or salary.
Write us at once for terras, and secure
choice of territory.
Mat Ubothers, nurserymen,
1113wl0 ltochoster, N. Y.
T.lchf v LrftM nf land wall timbered with
homlock and hardwood, for sale. En
quire at this office.
Rnlnndld hnlldlntr lot Mirre Ht.. for Sale
at a good bargain, on easy terms. Call
at Argus omco.
Business notices under tbia heading. 10 eenta'cer
line for each insertion.;
Tho J. L. cigars are superior to all the
Tho lco was all blown out of tho bay on
Hitchcock t Luce have our thanks for
calendar for 1893.
The value of real estate sold last week,
as recorded, was $3,109.82.
Regular communication of Alpena
lodge, 199, F. and A. M., thia evening.
The finest of all kinds of tobaccoes In
tho market, at J. Levyn's.
Box sheet for the New York Stare will
bo open at II. II. Wlttelehofer's Friday
A few inches of fnow to make sleigh-
lng Is the great desire of Alpena people
at pnent.
Tho Messrs. Tabor shipped a car load
of hemlock bark extract to Milwaukee
last Saturday.
Tho poetoffico and tho banks and publio
offices were closed on Monday, It being
a national holiday.
Washing wanted, or will go out by the
day's work. Apply at 424 Tawas streot.
Tho regular convocation of Sahgonah-
kato Council, H. and S. M., takes plaoe
to-morrow evening.
Regular monthly meeting of the Board
of Education next Wednesday evening, at
tho Recorder's office.
Tho newly elected officers of Thunder
Bay Chapter, R. A. M., are to bo In
stalled on Friday evening.
Up to tho first of January, 1893, there
hod boon manufactured at the gas works
24.C84.800 cubic feet of gas.
You don't find them. There is no
cigar that stands the tost so well as the
J. L.
An informal reception was held at the
Y. M. C. A. rooms Monday evening, and
many persons woro present.
The singing for the Y. M. O. A. meet
ing, last Sunday afternoon, was by the
Congregational church choir.
On Friday evening of this week Thun
der Bay Chapter, R. A. M., will hold Its
regular monthly convocation.
One car load of excelsior was shipped to
Detroit, and one car load to Cleveland,
last week, by the Excelsior Co.
The new year in this city, was welcom
ed with the ringing of church bells, steam
whistles, torpedoes and other noises.
Wanted A good man and family to
go on a farm, only four miles from the
city. Apply at this office.
A car load of pulp, containing 48,500
pounds, was shipped from the Fletcher
paper pulp factory last week, to Batavia,
A fine pipe organ has been set up In
the Congregational church. It can be
heard by the publio this evening, at the
The new engine for the Fletcher paper
pulp factory was brought to town last
Monday. With pulley it weighed 45,000
The double excelsior machine, built by
tho Industrial Works, has been taken to
the Excelsior factory, and will soon be In
Don't fall to see tho men In their white
aprons, at the turkey supper, in the par
lors of the 31. E. church this evening.
D. Campbell Iced his four mile log road,
on tho South Branch of Hubbard Lake,
and haa hauled to the landing about 100,
000 foet of logs.
The hotels havo been lonesome plaoos
during the holidays, owing to commercial
travelers remaining at home during the
Christinas season.
The maequerado danoe at the hall of
the German Aid Society, Monday evening,
was largely attended and ever one present
had an enjoyable tlmo.
Tho entertalnmont to bo glvon by the
New York Stars, for the benefit of the Y.
M. C. A., Is to take place on the evening
of the 9th, having been changed from the
The Comstoek lumber mill will be op
erated next season, without doubt
At Holmes & Greenfield's camp, Avery
Lake, 5,600,000 foot of logs have been
skidded. About half a million feet have
been banked on the lake.
A Scottish concert is to be given at the
Opera House, under the management of
fro. Boll, for the benefit of the Prosby
terlan church, on the 20th.
The polloe commissioners have located
the regular beats of the policemen, and
Issued orders for them not to leave the
beat they are on while on duty.
Twenty mortgages were filed for record
at the office of the Register of Deeds
during December, 1892, and the Indebted'
they represent amounts to $20,851.93.
Mhs Lllyan McKay, having finished
her course ox musical studies wun Airs.
Clothier, Is now prepared to give lessons.
Harmony a specialty. 102 Fair avo.
Jos. Francis Loo Archllle Gauvreau,
four And a half months old, the only child
of Dr. L. A. Gauvreau, died yesterday
morning; funeral Thursday at 2 r. m.
Robert Thompson Is fitting up tho
building on River street, next to tho In
dustrial Works, for a shingle mill. Bolts
will be used for sawing shingles from.
J. M. Blakley has boen appointed Sec
retary of the Northwestern Accident As
sociation. The position was formerly
held by Joseph Cavanagh, who resigned.
The Christmas Sunday school festivi
ties of the Presbyterian church, were cele
brated last Wednesday evening, and
those present had a very enjoyable time.
The roller rink was open Monday and
many skaters enjoyed themselves. The
rink Is to bo open to the publio three
evenings of each week, for a short season.
On New Year's day the river, in this
city, was frozen over, and there was con
siderable ice In the bay. Tho river ice
was sufficiently strong to make skating
J. C. Walker has rented the front room
of the McDonald block, next to the A Race
office, and as soon as it is made ready for
occupancy, he will move his lumber in
spection office thereto.
An organ recital will be given at tho Con.
gregatlonal church this evening. In addi
tion to organ music there will be vocal
muslo by the male quartette, violin solo by
Prof. Root, and a reading by Miss Kelly.
A number of the new Columbian half
dollar pieces were received at the National
bank last week, but were soon sold to
those desiring the souvenirs. Tho prlco
Is half a dollar for tho coin and half a
dollar for tho souvenir.
The now year party, given at tbe Chur-
chill, on the night of tho 29th, was a
soolal success. Between forty and fifty
couples wore presont. Alpena socloty
poople were well represented, and it was
one of the leading soolety events of the
Last Friday was the day set to make
the arguments before Judge Kelley in re
gard to & new trial for August Grossman,
who was found guilty of being the murder
er of Albert Molltor, at Rogers City, In
1875, but the case was adjourned one
New Year's day was a very pleasant
one In this locality, as regards weather.
Thore was just enough snow to make
good sleighing for light rigs, and in the
afternoon a light thaw set In which at
one time seemed sure would turn to rain.
By evening tho temperature became oold-
Tho winter time table of the Detroit,
Bay City & Alpena railroad went into ef
fect on January 1 st. The change made is
light. The express leaves this city at
8:20 a. v., ten minutes earlier than the
summer and fall time, and arrives from
Detroit at 6:80 r. m., five minutes later
than the old time.
The statistics of the Y. M. C. A. for
the month of December are as follows :
Attended rooms, 175 ; baths takon, 130 ;
visitors to rooms, 43 ; attended gymnas
ium, 508 ; letters written by young men,
40 ; new members, 7 ; renewals, 5 ; total
membership, 198 , gospel meetings held,
2 ; total attendance, 95.
Miss Ilattie Cole was married to F. II.
Dodd, of Mt. Pleasant, last Wednesday
morning, at tho residence of her aunt,
Mrs. S. Cole. The newly marriod couple
left town for their new homo the same
morning. The bride has been a teacher
in the publio schools for several years,
and has many friends In Alpena.
The program of the New York Stars,
which excellent company opens the Y. M.
A. star course, at the Opera House
next Monday evening, the 0th, consists of
readings by A. M. Taylor, whistling solos
by Miss Mabel Stlllman, soprano solos by
Miss S. L. Tucker, and tenor solos by
Carl O'Dell also duets and trios. The
company Is a brilliant one, and are good
Two log trains aro now in commission
drawing logs from the pineries in the
Mud Lake railway region, to this city.
One arrived Monday with logs for the
Messrs. Fletcher, and the other arrived
yesterday with F. W. Gilchrist's logs.
Tho intention is to make a trip per day
for each train. The dlstanoo from this
city to tho Fletcher log landing It 70
mllos. Tho Gilchrist haul Is some miles
shorter. The logs will be landed on the
river banks above the Potter mill.
A young eon of M. Dougherty was bad
ly frozen In the foot last week, and some
of the toes will have to be amputated.
He had gone from the elty to work for a
farmer in Montmorency county. The
boy's father was working in a camp about
two miles from where the boy was stay
ing, and he started to visit hit parent.
The boy got bewildered in the woodt and
wanderod about all night, and at last be
coming tired out he leaned against a tree
and fell asleep. When discovered his
foet were badly frozen. He was brought
to town, and It is belloved ho will escape
with the less of only two toes.
Tho new engine for the Fletcher paper
pulp works is a Corliss compound one,
made at Chioago. The low pressure
cylinder Is 18x30 Inches and weighs 9,
800 pounds. Tho high pressuro cylinder
has not boon received yet. It Is 10x30
inchos and weighs 3,800 pounds. The en
gine frame wolghs 11,700 pounds. The
crank shaft Is ten lnohos In diameter,
and has a weight of 2,840 pounds, while
the cross head weighs 075 pounds. The
fly wheel has a diameter of 12 foet, with
41 Inches faco and weight 23,295 pounds,
and the band wheel is of nine feet diam
eter, and weighs 8,000 pounds. The en
gine will be employed to move the ma
chinery in the wast) room.
Says the Lewleton Courier : The A. S.
& N. W. R. R. have made a connection
with the Nicholson, Hanson logging rail
road, over which they will run thoir pas
senger train until spring, when they will
grade their own line through to Vienna.
The N. II. logging company road will
bring them within 2 mllos of tho village
for the winter. Passengers will be trans,
ferred by team for the present. This
will bo consummated before our next
writing. The passenger trains arrive at
Young's camp every morn at 6:80, and
return at 8:30, and make close connection
with the D.,B. C. &A. railroad at Au
Sable, with tho south bound train.
The Now Year reception, by the Bos
ton Club of tho Knights Templar, at
Masonic hall, Monday evening, was at
tended by over 200 people, and a very
agreoable tlmo passed by all presont, In
addition to dancing and card parties, an
entertainment was givon with tho follow.
Ing program: Instrumential music, by
Mrs. A. M. Marshall and Miss Potter;
address, by Rov. John Munday; vocal
quartette, by Miss Dafoo, Mrs. Luco and
J. Dafoe and C. J. Crissman; recitation,
by Miss Kelly; addross, by Rov. n. n.
Van Auk en; vocal solo, by Miss Potter.
Mrs. Clothier was down on the program
for an Instrumental pleco, and Chas.
Golllng for a solo, but they were unable
to bo in attendance.
For some time past every person who
had photoes taken at tho photo rooms of
L. M. Miller, was given a number, which
entltlod the possessor to a chance at the
drawing for a silver tea set and other
valuable premiums. Mr. Miller retained
a duplicate of every number Issued. The
duplicate numbers were placod in a box
on Monday, and the drawing took place,
under the supervision of a reliable com.
mlttoe. The tonth ticket drawn won tho
silver tea set, and F. C. Holmes was tho
fortunate possessor of tho corresponding
number. Every tenth ticket drawn won
a prlzo until all had been awardod. The
lucky ones are : Mrs. Ryan, oil painting;
J. Mucllerwelss, framed cngraying; A.
B. do Champagne, oil painting; Frank
Crelghton, engraving ; Andrew Hanson,
engraving ; Mrs. Dueltzen, j astol ; J. C.
Vlall, wator color; Orace Gubbons, cray.
on ; l'aul Havelt, pastal ; A. It. Blakley,
oil painting ; Frank Christians, pastel
Turkey Supper.
The men of tho M. E. church will glvo
their annual turkey supper this evening,
from 6 to 9. A literary entertalnmont
win be rendered in tne cnurcn at 7:30.
Entertalnmont free ; supper 25 cents.
Edison Phonograph.
Dealers wanted in cvory town in the
State of Michigan to sell It and handle
our goods, bplondld opportunity for
cnereetlo man. For particulars address
The xsoitTH Americas Fuoyooiurn Co.,
Masonic Templo, Chicago, 111.
Alpena National Sank.
The annual election of directors of this
bank will be held at its banking house on
Tuesday, January 10, 1893, between tho
hours of eleven (11) a. M., and 12 o'clock
noon, (12 m.)
Alpena, Dec. 24th, 1893.
Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders
of Thuuder Bay River Boom Co., for tho
purposo of electing directors and transact-
ng such other business as may corao be
fore tho meeting, will bo held at the of.
flee of tho compuny, on Wednesday, Jan
uary 11, 1893, at two o'clook p. M.
Alpena, Deo. 30th, 18U3.
W. L. CnrscmtL,
Good Reading Cheap
If you want good reading cheap, call at
this office and subscribe for two or more
excellent publications :
Weekly Frco Press and Argus, $1.75
Cosmopolitan and Argus, 3.60
Peterson and Argus, a.ou
Godoy's Lady Book and Argus, 2.50
American Agricultural and Argus, v.uu
Mortgages 1892.
During tho year 1892 287 mortgages
woro recorded in the office of tho Register
of Deods for this county, the valuo of
which was $121,171. Of those mortgages,
thirteen of a valuo of $7,072, have boen
discharged, leaving a mortgaged indent
odness incurred amounting to $114,099.
In addition to the above a large amount
of mortgage indebtedness has been made
under tho form of deods.
The number of deeds recorded during
tho same yoar was C82.
New Officers Foresters.
The following are the names of the new
officers of Court Alpena, 293, Independent
Order of Foresters :
P. C. It. W. A. Sanford.
C. R.A. S. Irwing.
V. C. R. L. D. Brown.
R. S. Pervis Bunker.
F. S.J. W. Hall.
Treas. T. C. Phillips.
Chap. T. Doyle.
S. W. Jacob Emerlck.
J. WMVm. Johnson.
S. B. Frank Jermln.
J. B. Frank Brunei.
C. D. A. C. R W. A. Sanford.
Trustees A. S. Irwing, Pervis Bunker,
T. C. Phillips, J. SIneberg and W. A.
New Society.
Last Wodnesday evening a new society
was organized, known as Thunder Bny
Legion, No. 2, of tho Select Knights of
Amorlca. It takes tho placo of tho Select
Knights, A. O. U. W., and Is similar to
that order, which has gono out of exis
tence. Tho officers are as follows :
C.A. C. Rico.
V. C Charles Cook.
8. C H. R. Gordon.
R. Ooorge Urquhart.
R. T. Frank Bock.
T. Frank Stoddard.
S. B. John Golllng.
S. K, David Brunoau.
J. K. J. B. R. Cole.
G. M. Kearney.
Sulphur Spring Co.
The new officers of the Alpena Sulphur
Spring Co. are as follows s
President-W. II. Pottor.
Secretary W. L. Churchill.
Treasurer A. W. Comstoek.
Diroctore. W. H. Potter, A. W. Com.
stock, F. W. Fletcher, W. L. Churchill,
Thomas Collins, Charles Golllng and Al
bert Pack.
The magnotlo waters of the well have
boon provod beyond all doubt to possess
wonderful qualities for curing rheumatism
and last fall the baths wcro extensively
patron! zod by people outside of tho coun
ty. So far no attempt has been made to
advertise the magnotlo waters, but this
year It Is the intention of the company to
expond several thousand dollars for the
purposo of making known the great cura
tive qualities of tho magnetlo waters.
A number of persons who subscribed
for the stock when the enterprise wat
first commenced, have not paid the
amount they subscribed, and measures
will bo taken to compel payment by de
llnquent subscribers.
The bath houso U one of the finest and
beat arranged in the country, and wo be
lleve It will not be many, years before
large numbers of people, affilcted with
various allmonts, will oomo to this city
to bathe in the inagnetio waters.
Offlccrs-K. 0. T. M.
The following are tho newly eleoted of
ficers of tents and hives of the Knights of
Maccabees :
P. C O. E. Cheney.
U O. L. Partridge.
L. C.-W. G. Wilson.
R. K. John Davis.
F. K. W. S. Klnsol.
C D. A. Campbell.
P. Dr. Eaklns.
8. John Hchomer.
M. at A. Hugh McColman.
1st M. of Q. M. J. Byron.
2d M. of Solln Huyck.
Son. William Miller.
Pic Angus Glllla.
P. C Alfred Lehndorff.
C Martin Housmer.
L. C John Jarmachtor.
R. K F. J. Maczkowskl.
P. Dr. Eaklns.
E. Wegeralrro.
M. at A. Peter Rico.
1st M. of G. J. Wagoner."
Son. E. Zlnk.
C Edward Schraodor.
Pic Geo. Wolff.
P. C O. O. Black.
C Alfred Wildman.
H. K.Gus Winkler.
F. K. Robort Reid.
P. -J. L. McDonald.
S. Walter Holmes.
M. at A. James Mawhlnney.
1st M. at 0.-Wm. Goodwin.
2d M. at G. J. Sinabad.
Sen. Chas. Hendricks.
Pic J. L. Dewitt.-
P. C David McNeil.
C Peter Wilson.
L. C John McClure.
R. K. 3. E. LoRoy.
F. K.-S. E. LoRov.
C J. G. Martlndale.
P. Dr. Eaklns.
8. W. E. Jones.
M. at A. Leonard Clewley.
1st M. of G. John Smart.
21 M. of G. Arthur Smart.
Sen. Alex. Nlmo.
Pic Archibald McCollom.
P. C Mrs. Hazel.
C Mrs. Black.
L. C Mrs. Tallman.
R. K. Mrs. Crlppen.
F. K Mrs. Brooks.
M. at A. Mrs. Wontworth.
Pic Mis. Gueuthor.
C Mrs. Stevenson.
cijamplaik nirx.
P. C Mrs. Mainville.
C. Mrs. Currlor.
L. C Mrs. Forest.
It. K. Mrs. LeHlauc
F. K. Mrs. McKeuzle.
8. Mrs. Pamerleau.
M. at A. Mrs. Surprenant.
Sen. Mrs. I'otvlu.
Plo. Mrs. Lalonde.
Mrs. A. Robinson has gone to Ashland
F. II. Vroraan returned to Chicago Frl
aay last.
Albert Pack took a trip to Detroit last
R. Montroee left town last Monday, for
II. D. Churchill took a trip to Detroit,
i- naay last.
O. L. Maltz arrived from Detroit Thurs
day evening.
Mrs. D. Scott returned from Bay City
iuhi evcniDg.
A. M. Fletcher arrlvod from Detroit by
last evening's train.
A. W. Comstoek arrived from Detroit
Monday evening.
Casper Alpern rotyrnod homo Friday
evening, iroin uotroit.
Captain Goorgo Brooks returned from
fcaginaw Friday evening.
G. R. Nicholson loft town Monday, for
uetroit and otner places.
W. II. Potter, 2d, camo up on Thurs
days train, rrom Detroit.
Miss Forshe, milliner for II. Netzorg,
went to liay uity Saturday.
C. W. Richardson returnod from a trip
to uatario Monday evening.
B. C. Morse returned home Wednesday,
irom tno uanadian pine woods.
Mrs. G. A. Shannon arrived homo Mon
day evening, from Birmingham.
Mrs. F. W. Fletcher arrived home
from Detroit last Thursday evening.
W. II. Denlson returned from a trip to
Jiirmingnam, last Wednesday evening.
J. C. Fockler has gone to Virginia to
purchase poplar timber for Albert rack.
Webb Slusser, who has been visiting
his parents, returned home to Ohio last
Captain Harry Richardson and wife ar
rived In town Thursday evening, from
Senator J. D. Turnbull has gone to
Lansing, to attend the session of the Leg
J. L. Person and John Collins left town
Thursday, for the lumber woods on Span
ish River, Ont.
A. R. Blakley loft town last Friday,
for Lansing, to attend the session of the
State Legislature.
A. N. Spratt arrived homo Saturday
evening, from Maine, and left town for
Montana, yesterday.
MIks Mamie Steele came to town Satur
day, from Oscoda, to pass New Year's
day witn nor parents.
J. B. Clough, of Detroit, arrived in
town Wednesday, to visit friends, and re
turned home Monday.
E. O. Avery, who had boon spending
Christmas with friends at Detroit, re
turned home 1 hureday evening.
Mrs. Minakcr, of Bay City, who has
bem visiting with Mr. and Mrs. L. M.
Miller, returned home Thursday.
Mrs. Babbitt, milliner for Hawley &
Fitzgerald, took a trip to tbe southern
part of the State last Wednesday.
Miss Delia Bralnard, who has been
vlblUug her sister, Mrs. II. V. Hamlll.
has roturnod homo, leaving town Friday
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ford arrived In
town Monday evening. Mrs. Ford In bet
ter known in Alpena as Mrs. W. II.
Arthur Pack has resigned his ttositlon
with tho Huron Lumber Co., and Is suc
ceeded by W. H. Johnson. Mr. Pack
will spend roost of his lime this winter In
the Canada pineries.
Jampfl IltiffhfiA. n old rrsldnnt nf thin
city and an old soldier, died at his reel
douce on Lockwood . street, yesterday
morning. Funeral at 2 p. m. to-day, at
tended by members ox the u. A. J(.
Money Savet
A Crowd of
Recent large purchases of merchandise enable us
to present to our customers this week an unparalleled
list of money saving bargains. We want your trade,
you want the goods, and we can save you money on
every purchase this week and give you the best goods
manufactured. Look over the list, and remember all
goods will be sold just as advertised.
75 pes rich, handsome imported Wool Dress Goods, in
all the New Fall Shades, cost 75c to import, and never
sold below $1, will go at? 50c It is hard for our com
petitors to believe, but it's a fact.
50 nieces of handsome Wool Dress Goods, consisting of
rlaids, Cheviots and Fancy Mixtures, sold everywhere
at 50c and no less, will be closed out, every yard of
them at 25c.
One lot of All Silk Surahs, in all Colors and Black, reg
ular 50c goods, will go quickly at this sale for 33c.
One lot Cashmere Marachaibo Silks, figured, $1 goods
always, at 49c.
85 pieces handsome Printed Chevron Dress Goods, never
before sold less than 12Jc, will be closed out at 8c.
25 pieces printed Percale, dark work, 32 in. wide, regu
lar 12ic goods, 8ic
50 pieces'Bedford Cords in
10c, at 5c.
100 pieces White and Gray
store 10c, our price, 5c.
25 pieces Eider down Flannel, good value at 25c, for 12$.
20 pieces all Wool Flannel, Twilled, in Scarlet and Navy
lilue, worth 4Uc, at 25c.
8c Brown Cotton for 5c ;
Bleached Cotton for 8c.
$1 White bed Blankets for 65c.
$1 Grey bed Blankets for 75c.
$1.50 White blankets for $1.19.
5 all wool Scarlet blankets
U fine Silver Grey blankets
50c Turkey Red Table Linen for 37c.
60c Cream Table Linen for fifty cents.
Our $1 bleach Table Linen for seventy-five cents.
Our $1.50 bleach Napkins
$2 bleach Napkins for ono
Ladies' Underwear at i reduction.
Children's wool Underwear at i reduction.
Men's wool Underwear at i
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery at reduction of 20 to 40
per cent.
And these ard not all. Everything goes at this great
reduction sale. , You will get more goods for One
Dollar than ever in the history of tho trade.
Don't fail to attend. You will save money.
Hadey 1
ocond Ctroot, Alpena
s Money. Earned
Bargains for
plain colors always so
mix Domet Flannel in every
9c for Gc
10c for 7c; 10c
for $2.28.
for $2.50.
for $1.
twenty - five.

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