4- inuniDscrew lonure w me uiuuui hl,iww
tTT A rmiwr A
0L4A 1 ltvA. St. Jacobs Oil f
It turn back th.screw.-lt unwlndt the twLt.-ITSOOTHE5.-IT CURES.
NO FURTHER FAIN.
Ice Cold Soda ice cream.
Finest in the city.
v 25 Popular Drinks.
We draw Vernor's dinger Ale.
O- S PRAGUE
DRUGGISTS, - 107
COBRECTED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.
Butter, per tt . . v 7 to 8
Eggs, per doz.- 0
Potatoes-. m 15
Oats, per bushel 18
Wheat, per tmstrtL 75 to 76
Buckwheat, per bushel...... 20
Rye, per bushel..... 25 to 28
Beans, per bushel.....' 35 to 40
Clover seed, "per bushel 4.C0 to 5.00
Timothy .s, 2.00 to 2.60
Corn, shelled, per bushel 25
Corn, In ear, per bushel 13
Ground feed, per cwt... 70
Hay, per ton. M 10.00
Bran, per ton ........ 1 1.00
Meal, per cwt. 70
Quoted by J. II. Cojas & Sons.
Hogs, lire, cwt 13.15 to 8 25
dressed " - 4.85
&eef. live. " . . 3.00 to 3.75
" dressed" 5.00 to 6.50
Mutton " M ....... 6.00 to 7.00
Chickens, live - 5 to 6
Turkeys, live - 7X to 8
Citizens' Savings Bank
DErosrrotts' Guarantee, $100,000.
I. H. Keeler, President.
H. C. rieseke, Vice President.
G. L. Taylor. Cashier.
H. C. Frieseke, Albert Todd,
W. E. Hall, Geo. L. Keeler,
J. W. Simmons, M. C. Dawes,
M. S. Keeler, I. II. Keeler,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Pays 4fo interest on deposits.
fCX BanK open on Saturday evenings.
' With every 25c worth of
this Soap you can get
free an elegant picture,
nice enough to put in
any room in your houee.
The Soap is very eoon
nomical to use. They
claim that bar will do
For haying they are what
you need. Wo have nice,
nowly caught fish, white
Pic lure Free !
li -, --
' li Trait
" USE J
N. Washington St.
. in all the late styles,
Prjce 25c to $1.75.
New White Hats
and a largo assortment of
AT A BB
Special Low Price!
At the Parlors of
MRS. GEO. SPRINKLE,
(No Charge for Trimming.)
2d floor VVesener block, Owosso.
THE OWOSSO TIMES.
Entered at the Postofflce In Owosso for
transmission as second-class matter.
Published every Friday noon.
OWOSSO, FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 1897.
The city schools closed yesterday.
Judge Smith held court at Ilowell, Mod
The light frost Sunday night did but lit
Most of the. University and Normal school
students are at home.
The St. Johns ball team was defeated by
the local club, Friday, 25 to 6.
The Comstock building, west Main street,
is beiug fitted up for P. M. Roth.
J. E. Van II o ten is chipping the entire
product of his etiawberry farm to Saginaw
Fred Edwards has purchased one of the
old city horses, paying 849. C. J. Shaw
paid $50 for the other one.
Street commissioner Cole has served
large number of notices on property owners
this week to repair their sidewalks.
J. E. Van noten states that within
radius of ten miles of Owosso there are 125
acres devoted to the growing of strawberies
Justice-elect ieo. is. McCaughna has
rented rooms over Black & Son's store and
will open an office next week, preparatory
to assuming his official duties July -5th.
While working on the extension of the
gas main on east Exchange street, on Mon
day, Ball Garrison was overcome by the gas
In the trench. He recovered shortly after
being taken out.
The Woman's Social Union of the Con
gregatlonal church will give a supper at the
church next Saturday from 5 to 6 p. m.
Price 15 cents, or two tickets for 95c. All
are cordially invited. .
A small child of Mr. and Mrs. li. Angus,
Weodlawn Ave., fell Into . an open cistern,
Sunday. Geo. F. Robinson hearing the
mother's cry for help went to her assistance
and rescued the child.
John Hughes, physical director of the
Saginaw Y. M. C. A., spent Sunday with
his parents In Owosso. The work under
his charge has been advanced materially
since he assumed control.
Sunday, June 27, Mrs. Russell, of Grand
Ledge will be with the Spiritualist Society
and give psycrometrically, or otherwise,
whatever nay be given to her, morning and
evening, at the usual hours.
Dr. Seth T. Goddard, formerly of this
city, was honorably discharged at his ex
waiuatlon at Saginaw, on Tuesday, charged
with a criminal operation and assault and
battery on a Mrs. Bradley.. It was clearly
proven that there was no ground for either
Cblldren'B Day exercises at the Congrega
tional church, Sunday, proved of Interest to
both old and young. At the morning serv
ice. Rev. J. C. Cromer gave an excellent
address and received five boys and girls In
to church membership. The 5 o'clock exer
cises were entirely given over to the pupils
of the primary department, every number
on the program drawing the closest tten-
tlou of all present The little ones, under
the charge of Mrs. M. H. Reynolds and her
assistants, acquitted themselves finely, the
large audience present leaving with words
of praise for all. ( -
Rev. Hunt will preach next Sunday even
ing on Ueav,n."
Score ol yebttr Jay's ball gaiue at Corunna:
Stars 10, MasqueradersO. '
The state fair Is to bo held in Grand Rap
ids, beginning Sept. 6th.
The Adventists will hold their state camp
meeting In Owonfo, Aug. 10-29,
Work was coruoiehci'd Monday on W. U.
Blgelow's new house, on West Oliver St.
Edwards & Millard have the contract.
The choir boys of Christ church will Lo!d
an Ice cream social; Saturday evening on E.
A. Todd's lawn. , The City band will be In
Suprs, A. A. Harper and S. B. Lyman,
of Corunna, are candidates for county
superintendent of the poor, to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of Chas. Ilol
man. The Odd Fellows of Shiawassee, Ionia,
Ingham, Clinton and Eaton counties will
hold their annual picnic at the Agricultural
College, Lansing, July 15th. The railroads
will make a rate of one fare for the trip.
Street Commissioner Cole requests us to
call attention to the state law and city or
dinance requiring all property owners to
cut before July 1st and again . before Sept.
1st, all noxious weeds on or about their
premises. If this is done the appearance
of our streets will be greatly Improved.
Henry Beswick was In Pontiac, Monday
and Tuesday to place a bid for the building
of a Masonic temple, and though his bid
was the lowest of a large number, the com
mittee decided It, would have to have a
cheaper plan, and so the contract was not
At the Congregational service next Sun
day morning at 10:40, the pastor, Rev. J.
C. Cromer, will speak to the topic "Saints
in Heaven and on Earth." The vesper ser
vice at 5 o'clock will be in charge of A. E.
Ferry, and will be a service designed to
teach the place and function of music in the
church service, the choir singing in illustra
tion of the points made.
The annual conference of the Michigan
District of the Evangelical Synod of -North
America, brought to Owosso, a fine body of
men, who enjoyed their stay In our beauti
ful city fully as much as any like body ever
did. Their meetings were very Interesting
and profitable to the German residents of
the city. Rev. Christian Spathelf, of this
city, was re-elected treasurer of the con
Luella, daughter of Worthy Hart, 12
west KIor street, died Wednesday morning
after a lingering sickness with consumption
aged 21 years. The death is particularly
sa'd, following that of her sister which oc
currea out a montn ago. Miss Jjuella was
an aim able young lady, with a large circle
of friends who sincerely mourn her untimely
death. The funeral services were held this
morning conducted by L. W. Spayd.
The railroad engine collision at Mus
kegon, on July 5th, promises to draw
large crowd of people who will have
chance to witness one of the most exciting
events ever planned for In Michigan. The
Y. M. C. A. has charge of this novel ex
bibitlon and ought to profit largely. As
Muskegon is easy of access from Owosso
large number from here will doubtless at
tend, especially as the T., S. & M. Ry. will
make a low rate of fare.
Mrs. P. H. Smith is visiting" relatives in
J. II. Robbins did business in Saginaw
R. D. Crawford is in Milford today, on
Miss Lizzie Bartrem is keeping books for
Black & Son..
Mrs. James Osburn is visiting her mother
Supervisor Parker and family are at Par
ker Park fishing. .
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Evens returned to
Mrs. J. S. Baggart and children are visit
ing her parents at Plymouth.
Dr. Geo. R. Andrews, of Detroit, was In
Owosso on business yesterday.
Dr. B. C. Ball leaves Monday for Jones,
Cass Co., where he will locate.
Mrs. P. M. Rowell is spending a few days
with her son, Frank, in Detroit
A. D. Whipple and W. M. Kllpatrlck
were in Clare on business Tuesday.
L. A. Burbans left for Chicago on bust
ness Monday, to be gono some time.
Mrs. C. B. Conant of Adrian, Is the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. C. D. Stewart .
W. S. Losk and wife returned Monday
evening from a short outing at Byron.
Miss Ivah B. Patterson, of St Johns,
spent Sunday with Miss Nora Sherman.
Mrs. N. McBaln left Monday for Wayne
to spend several weeks with her mother.
Col. C. V. R. Pond, of Lansing, was the
guest of his son, V. R. Pond, Thursday.
Mrs. A. M. Ilume and her Sunday school
class will camp at Long Lake next week.
Mrs. Warren Woodward, of Detroit Js
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. W.Woodward.
W. F. Bradley, general superintendent of
the Ann Arbor, was in the city Wednesday.
Senator Uadsall was In Port Huron on
business Monday, and In Ann Arbor, Tues
Cyrus Relmer is assisting the Estey Car
riage Co. in looking after Its rushing busi
ness. 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. W. U. Chaffee, of Burns,
have been guests at A. B. Northway's this
Miss Blanche Tuthlll has been tendered
her position in the Holland schools for an
other year. x
Mis. Lucy Trask, 212 Goodhue street is
entertaining her sister, Mrs. A. Rickey, of
Oberlln, Ohio. - I
E. S. Andrews, editor of the Wllliamston
Enterplse, was in the city Wednesday
Fred J. Lyon, of Detroit, spent Sunday
in the city. His family returned with him
Miss Sarah Bancroft left today for Detroit
for a week's visit with her brother, Rev. E,
Adrlel A. Crawford has returned from
th& University and resumed his position
with Tub Times.
. J. W. Simmons attended commencement
exercises at Ypsllantl, Wednesday, A class
of 254 was graduated.
F. J. McDannel attended the meeting of
the National Train Dispatchers Association
held in Detroit this week.
Miss Irene Gilbert returned Monday from
Houghton, where she has been employed as
a teacher during the year.
. Dr. B. S. Knapp and wife, M. fl. Knapp
and wife, attended the funeral of a nelce, at
Whitmore Lake, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Laverock and a party
of young people camped at one of the lakes
near Linden the first of the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Tlllotson have re
turned from their trip abroad and are now
visiting their son, Norton, at Orange, N. J.
Glen Reynolds succeeds Fred Palmer as
clerk at Sprague &Co.'s drug store. Mr.
Palmer has accepted a position at Marine
Miss Edna Converse went to Ann Arbor,
Monday, where she has accepted a very
pleasant position in the office of Crescent
J. M. Henderson, of the firm of Johnson
& Henderson, and his mother, Mrs. H. E.
Henderson, leave Monday for Colorado
Springs to be gone several weeks.
George Pound returned Wednesday from
Sandwich, Ont, where be has attended As
sumption College during the year, complet
ing bis year's work with high honors.
Mrs. P. D. White and Mrs. John Com
stock returned Wednesday evening from
Byron, where they were called the first of
the week by the death of a relative.
Pres. I. D. II. Ralph, of the 0. & C.
Traction Co., left Tuesday evening for Cin
cinnatl, Ohio, on business, and from there
goes to Nashville, Tenn., to take in the Ex
Geo. M. Dewey Jr. leaves today for
New York, to attend the Dewey-White wed
ding, Tuesday. From there he will go to
Lansing to begin work in the Auditor Gen
C. H. Otis, of Hudson, Wis. is expected
to arrive tomorrow to spend a few days at
the home of Mrs. B. Comstock. He was
one of the delegates from his state to the
National Postal Congress.
Miss Delia Jackson has returned from
Ypsilantl to spend the summer here. We
are pleased to state that she has been re
talned at the State Normal for another. year
with an increase of salary.
Lawrence E. Gould expects to attend the
summer school at Ann. Arbor, beginning
July 7, and take courses which will aid him
in his next year's work, as well as give him
credit towards graduation.
Fred Frieseke, in whose success as an il
lustrator all Owosso people take a just pride,
Is home from New York to spend the sum
mer, since leaving last ran ne has turnisn-
ed work for several of the largest dallies In
A party consisting of E. J. Cook and wife,
E. Curliss, Miss Adah Curliss and Miss May
Wbelan expect to start Tuesday, the 29th
on the Christian Endeavor excursion to
San Francisco. They expect to be absent
about six weeks. D. B. Reed and wife
expect to leave at the same time.
F. M. Marsh, wife and daughter, of At
lanta, Ga,, arrived in Owosso, Monday, for
a short visit with their many friends. Since
leaving Owosso, Mr. Marsh has been em
ployed by the Southern Furniture Co., and
has been.steadily advanced, now occupying
a responsible position at a lucrative salary,
Mr. Marsh was greatly pleased with many
improvements hi Owosso, and noted with
pleasure the evident prosperity of our city
Mr. Marsh left Tuesday for Atlanta, while
Mrs. Marsh and daughter are the guests of
Mrs. Fred Hartshorn.
Largest Stock of
IN THE CITY,
for Hisses and Children
75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 up to
' $5.00 each.
, . .for Ladies
1.00. $LS0, 2.00, 53.00 to
It will be to your interest to trade with
us, as you will find the
Largest Stock LoUtest Prices
nil West Exchanoe St
OWOSSO 9 MICH
The Latch-String's Out !
and a cordial whole-souled invitation is extended to
every visitor to Owosso to call and be perfectly at home
in this big, comfortable store. While we shall not urge N
you to buy we invite you
of the finest, cheapest and
and Men's Furnishings in
Men's Suits, frock or sack $5 to $15,
Boys' Suits, long pants, (,;?',) . . . .$3.50 to $12.
Child's Suits, short pants, (ffi,). .... . . .$1 to $5.
Men's Furnishings: .
All the latest styles, all the newest novelties.
White and Fancy Shirts, Spring and Summer
Neckwear, Underwear, Sweaters, Bicycle and Golf
Hose: Collars, Cuffs, Handkerchiefs, etc.. etc.
Finest Line of Hats and Caps in the city.
Hen's, Women's and Children's Shoes.
All the very latest shapes in Blacks, Chocolates
and Ox Bloods. v
Our $1.50 Ladies' Oxfords are equal to any
shown you elsewhere at $2.00.
in both Men's and Women's Shoes at $1.50, $2.50
Crash Suits at.
bummer Coats and Vests at 50c to $5.
Vlurray & Terbusli.
Washington and Main Sts.
Our Great Summer Sale of.
gff MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
Assortments aro still complete, but they cannot remain much
longer. Hundreds have availed themselves of the op
. portunity to buy, nicely made Underwear at
about tho cost of materials. Look at
theso prices, then come and
Lot No 1. 10c.
2 Styles Ladies' Corset Covers.
1 Style Children's Under Waist,
l Style Children's White Skirts.
1 Style Infant's Cambric Slips,
l Style Children's Tucked Drawers.
Lot NO. 3. 25C.
3 styles Ladies' Corset Covers.
4 styles Ladies', Children's Drawers.
1 style Infant's Slips.
2 styles Ladies', Child's Night Robes.
1 styles Ladies' Chemises.
2 styles Ladies' Under Skirts.
l style Children's Cambric Dresses.
Lot No. 5. 75c.
4 styles Ladies' Drawers.
2 styles Ladies' Under Skirts.
5 Styles Ladies' Night Robes,
l style Ladies' Chemises.
1 style Ladies' Corset Covers.
2 styles Cambric Dresses.
1 style Infants' Cambric Slips.
Carpets, Straw Mattings, Linoleums and Shades.
Solid Rag Carpets at 25c, 28c and 29c (j Cotton Ingrains at 19, 24, 25, 26J, & 29c
All Wool Ingrains at 35c, 39c and 45c A good line of Lowell and Hartford
Hartford 5-frame Body Brussels.. 98c Ingrains at 48c
We have a large line of Velvet and Wilton Velvet Carpets (just In) that we
selling very cheap.
Straw Mattings at 81, to, 12J, 16, 20 up to 45c.
Imported English Linoleums at 42 50 and 60c. . :
50 pairs Lace Curtains reduced from 48c
35 fairs Lace Curtains, former price 89c
15 pairs Brussels curtains reduced from $5.93 to $4.48 a pair
Best Felt Shades mounted on spring rollers at 7ic
Cloth Shades " , ........25c
Best Oil Shades " "'.. " 39c
Adjustable Sash curtain rods, brass, at 10c. Nickle ones at ....15c
Imitation Oak Curtain Poles, wood fixtures, at. 24c
to make a personal inspection
best stock of Clothing, Shoes
$5, $G, and $7.,
Lot No. X 15c.
4 styles Ladies', Children's Drawers.
3 styles Ladies' Corsef Covers.
1 style Ladies' Chemises.
1 style Infants' Slips.
1 style Child's White Skirts.
Lot No. 4. 50c.
2 styles Ladies' Corset Covers. .
2 styles Ladies' Under Skirts.
"3 styles Ladies' Drawers.
3 styles Ladies' Night Robes.
1 style Infant's Slips.
1 style Child's Cambric Dresses.
2 styles Ladies' Chemises'
Lot No. 6. $1.00.
1 style Ladies' Chemises.
3 styles Ladies' Drawers.
4 styles Ladies' Night Robes.
4 styles Children's Dresses.
of Ladles' Dress Skirts g Suits.
to 38c a pair
and 98c. reduced to....... 75c a pair
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