1892-06-16; Saline Observer
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Wi~,^*»s ''•J*V-;--ri5*:-'.''' ,'%je?'..: c^m9 "•- jSS"*-.**.." w A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WAS BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. P E.JONES. Attorney at Law. AU Business attended to with Promptness »nu Car*. Ofllce on McKay street, SALINE, - - MICH. Q. R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of all lands. Newcornb Block, MIOH. MILAN, TT A. NICHOLS, Nl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEOfl. Office at Nicho.s Bros', drug store. SALINE, - MICH. p F. UNTEHKIRCHER, Nl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Offic* in Hauser block, Chicago street. $ SALINE, - - MICH. tt W. CHANDLER, M D., - PHYSICIAN and SURGEON 9fflce .n Adrian Streat, first door soufi of tho Wallace Block, SALINE, - - MICH. TT D. HELLER, P. O. S. DENTIST. Headquarters for the best Tooth Powder in the market. Office orer Nichols Bros', drug store. H ALINE, - ■ MICH. f < O. SLAQHT, Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate of Chicago Veterinary College, Residence VA miles east of Pennington s Cor- tiers. Calls may he left at either of the stores at the Corners. All calls promptly attended to. MACON, • • MICH. MISCELLANEOUS. VTTATERMAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will he in Saline every Wednesday and shall he pleased to meet all in need of work in my line. Sail and see samples of our work. P CORDON, The Pjoneer Painter. Over Forty Tears Experience. _'arrlag». ^ign and Ornamental Painting, Paper Hanging, Frescoing, Etc. SALINE, - MICH. ty m. BRiaas, Practical Painter. louse painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsoinining. AU work promptly and neatly donw, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. Y^NDqZER/i iarber Sho®. f.qip Cutting. ghaYiug, Slwmpopjns aim all Work in tie Barber wne. Hath room in connection. Hotorcold baths at liy times. A. B. VAN DUZEB. SALINE, • - MICH. A. MILLER & SON. (Successors to J. A. Alber). Livery, Feed and Sale Stable, First-class rigs at reasonable rates. Commercial travelers and their baggage carried to and from adjoining 4, fftlns wph. promptness and. at" jiving T mlf>s, . OW American House Barn, SALINE, - - MICH. Farmers' Club. John Banmgardner (Successo to AntonlEisIe,) DEALER IN Forgign and American Rftarble, Granite and Building stone. Career of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR MICH. .■# S. JOSENHANS' mmm shop, ^ REPAIRING DONE ON SHORT ;• NOTICE. All kinds of Forging, Repairing Horseshoeing, and general Jobbing. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED and prices reasonable. Shop on Ann Arbor street, Dear Slain. -'-'"- - MICH The June meeting of the Saline Farmers' Club was held at the home of Mr. ani Mrs. Theodore Josenhans. Nature put on her holiday attire Eor the occasion and danced as gayly In the sunshine as though she had not heen shadowed with clouds and drenched with rain for at least four weeks. - Notwithstanding the fact that every thing in general was in a backward condition, corn in particular, many farmers not having been ahle to continue even their plowing, everyone seemed in a sunny state of mind. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Josenhans is situated on the north side of the Lake Ridge road, one of the most beautiful natural roads in Michigan. The moment we entered the home a sense of quiet and rest seemed to take possession of us. Every thing spoke of taste and refinement. The house, which is the old home of Mrs. Josenhans and owned by her father, Mr. Jesse Warner, is old fashioned and roomy, having been remodeled, however, to suit the style of the present, until it has all the air of a modern mansion. The lawn is very spacious, and shaded with evergreens and maples that have, probably grown for a quarter of a century or longer. On the opposite side of the road we noticed a well kept, and very-advanced-for-the-season garden. One of the most interesting features of the farm, and the one which attracted the most attention, was the turkeys and chickens belonging to Mrs. J. She has about one hundred and twenty-five turks and about two hundred chicks. She is probably better versed in turkey lore than any other lady in the club, hei- knowledge showing up in the shape of bank bills about Thanksgiving time. At the morning session of the cluh, the secretary heing absent, Mr. Ben. Smith was appointed for the day. The secretary's report and miscellaneous business being finished, we then listened to the report of the executive board, by Mr. Leonard Josenhans. The question box being next In order quite .an animated discussion took place regarding the national crop reports and whether they were to be relied upon. One of the most observing members of our club stated that he had noticed that the men who studied these reports and relied upon them, usually made the hest disposition of their produce. After listening to a recitation and a piece of music, the club adjourned until half past one. During this intermission dinner was served and enjoyed, after which the gentlemen strolled about the farm and the ladies had their meeting. The question for the hour was "What should be ayoung woman's highest ambition?" Essays were read by ..Vliss Florence Ruckman and Miss Iflft- Shaw, both of whiph. wpr-e excellent., Others joined in tbe djscyissian anfl at the close of the hovu; we aU felt that we had had one of the most profitable meetings we had ever- had. The general meeting wits called to order at half past one. The question for discussion was "Bird life on the farm from an economic point of view."' The essayist, Mr. Norman Wood, had a most able production which showed great care in preparation and an extended knowledge of the subject. Mr. Wood occupied the floor for at least an hour and a half answering question., that were asked by the different members. W« could not help wondering why a subject so interesting was not studied more carefully by a greater number of person^, & t ftbaut four o'clook the motion lo adjQwn was made. The next meeting will be held at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Hoyt. The paper by Mr. A. A. Wood ''Is it profitable for the average farmer to raise Registered Sheep?" Recitation by Miss May Hurd. Mr. and Mrs. Josenhans certainly should know that we will always look upon the meeting at their hoine as one Qf particular interest and injoyment. Com. Commencing Monday, May 23rd, the elegant steamer, "City of Marquette," will make regular trips between Frankfort and Kewaunee, Wis., In connection with trains of the Toledo, Ann Arbor & North Michigan Ry. Through Express leaving Toledo at 5:45 a. m. daily except Sunday, arrives Frankfort 5:55 p. m. connecting with steamer "City of Marquette. Leaving Frankfort 7:00 p. m., arriving Kewaunee 1:30 a. m. Holders of first-class tickets are furnished sleeping berths on steamer free of extra charge and will be permitted to retain berths until morning. First train leaves Kewaunee 8:55 a. m. for Green Bay, Winona, La Crossa, St. Paul, Minneapolis and all points in the west and north-west. 3G W. H. Benxett, G. P. A. Thi on the is hands, ' ,e N. Y. March coun- s they teks. 'clerical is heart t and he e poor 3hd?" he 'e not well, flush- corn: a pic1 Worl swept ao! tenance coursed d<? A kindly garb passin^ was touchedTby" laid a sympatheti fellow's shoulder^ "What is the m; said, kindly. "I fSI There seems to be "Don't say that 'ere, stranger," said the object of the good man's sympathy, stretching forth his hand as if in protest. "Don't twit a poor devil on his misfortunes. 'Tworn't exactly a hectic flush, though, neither, 'though that's a new name I haven't heard on; and p'raps you didn't mean bad, after all." The clerical gentleman hastened to deny any intention of raking up past sorrows, and urged him to explain. "Why, yer see, pard,'twas this way," said the other. "Some er the boys was just gittin' interested in the game an' they kinder axed me ter set in. 1 sot in, an' things went along sort er quiet like till "Bob Simkins he opened up a jacker an' they all come in er whoopin'. I had as purty a busted flush ter.draw ter as you ever see, an' thinks I I'll raise him back on the open- in'. So I riz him back an' they all stood, game as yer please. When it come fer the draw Bob he 'lowed he didn't wan't any, an' I took one pape. My busted flush was the ten, jack, queen, king er spades, an' I'll be darned if I didn't draw the ace o' that 'ere identical suit. I didn't stop ter see no more. I had the only hand in the deck what couldn't be beat, an' I jest closed 'em up on the table an' got ready ter have some fun. An' the fun was thar, too, and don't you make no mistake. The other fellers all went out mighty quick when they see me an' Bob was in it fer blood, an' we jest had it back an' forth like two tomcats hung over a clothes-line. When every gol darn cent we could raise was in the pot Bob 'lowed he'd call. Sez he: 'See here, Jim, I got yer beat, but yer ain't got no more money, an' ye may as well show the boys what yer so doggone proud on.' "Sez I: Bob Simpkins, whatever ye've got the swag is mine. Ye can't down a straight flush clean up at the top, an' no other man can't do it neither.' "Well, stranger, Bob, he had four eights, an' I tell yer he looked mighty sick. I laid down my kyards an' got a good grip on the stakes, when, by jinks, if they didn't raise a yell fit ter h'ist one er them 'ere motor cars clear off the track! I kinder lifted my lingers an' asked what they was er makin' sech a dad blarsted rumpus about.". He paused, gulped down a sob, and continued: "Stranger, that 'ere flush was still busted. The queen was nuthin' but the dog-goned eight o' clubs I thought I'd discarded. That 'ere queen had just slipped through my fingers, like, the wimmen allers does, an' I " A heartrending sigh finished the sentence, and for a few minutes the silence spoke louder than the still, small voice of a new infant in the night. He sadly took up the narrative once more, and said: "The hoys they wouldn't believe I'd discarded wrong. They thought it war a put-up job just like I'd. be gol darned fool enough to lay my hand down for them to look at if I knew 'tworn't all right! An' I had ter come out o' there mighty quick, an' consekently ain't had no chance fer ter get even. An' I maintain it ain't right ter treat a feller like that 'ere when he ain't done nothin wrong neither." "My good feilow," said the kind old gentleman, "you. have roy sympathy, put this s,eenis to ine to be a littiug opportunity to, point out to you tho Bvils oi gam. "■ "Stranger," Interrupted the other, "don't go no further. I appreciate yer kindness, an' all that, but thar ain't only one thing yer kin do for me. If you'll'take an' kick me from here over to that 'ere gate yonder an' back again you'll do a poor sufferin' creeter a heap" er good. There ain't nothin' else yer kin do; nuthin' at all." "But, my good fellow," remonstrated the other, "1- " "Thar's nuthin' else, stranger, nuthin' else. I ain't got no further use fer anythin' else but that." His head sank forward again on his chest, and despair seemed to cast a melancholy tinge on the very air that surrounded him. Realizing that such sorrow was too deep to be alleviated by human sympathy, the clerical gentleman sighed and passed on. Would "S"ou Comfort an. Invalid? OBSERVE iCH., THURSDAY, JUNE 16, 1892. VOL. Xn.-NO. 84. When hot applications are ordered, let them be hot, not warm. Put your piety into your nursing as well as into your prayers. Smooth off,with a line file,the rough end of the drinking tube. Let no drinks be brought in lajige tumblers or glasses; little ones are far more acceptable. Use finest of linen, if linen at all, for bathing the mouth and lips; nothing is so grateful. t Make the most of the privilege of be-" ing hear the suffering mortal who longs for your preseuce. liaise the invalid's head by putting Commissioners' Notice. STATE OF MICHIGAN, county of •Washtenaw. The undersigned having been appointed by the Probate Court for said county. Commissioners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against the estate of John L Easterly, late of said county, deceased, hereby give notice that six months from dato are allowed, by order of said Probate Court, for Creditors to present their claims against the estate of said deceased, and that they will meet at the late residence of said deceased in the township of Saline, in said county.on the ninth day of August and on the ninth day of November next,at ten o'clock a. i*. of each of said days, to receive, examine and adjust said claims. Dated, Ann Arbor, May 9,1892. BENJAMIN MONEOE. WILLIAM RHODES, Commissioners. Mortgage Sale. Notice is hereby given that default has been made in the payment of certain installments of interest secured by a mortgage bearing date the 20th day of December, A. D., 1889, made and executed by Fred Bobison and Hattie Eobison, his wife, to Eliza M. Kerr andrecorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the county of Washtenaw ana state of Michigan in liber 6T of mortgages on page 291 on the 13th day of January, A. D., 1890, which said mortgage was duly assigned by the said Eliza M Kerr to Comstock F. Hill on the 19th day of May, A. D.,1890, by deed of assignment duly recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds for the said county of Washtenaw on the 15th day of April, A. D., 1892, in Liber Eleven of assignments of mortgages on page 16!). That more than thirty days have elapsed since the aforesaid installments of interest upon the said mortgage fell due and the same now remain unpaid and in arrears by reason whereof tbe said mortgagee or her assigns by the terms of the said mortgage has the option to declare tlw whole amount; secured by the said mortgage duo and payable. And the assignee of the said mortgage by virtue of said option hereby elects and declares the principal sum of Seven Hundred Dollars in said mortgage named with all arrearage of interest thereon to be due and payable at the date of this notice. By reason of which default in the payment of said moners secured by the said mortgage and now due and payable as aforesaid the power of sale contained therein has become operative and there is now claimed to be due upon the said mortgage debt at the date of this notice the sum of Eight Hundred, Twenty and thirteen-hundredths Dollars aside from an attorney fee of Twenty Dollars provided for and made payable by the terms of tbe said mortgage and no suit or proceeding at law has been instituted to recover the debt secured by the said mortgage or any part thereof. Notice is therefore hereby given that in pursuance of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and the statute in such case made and provided the said mortgage will be foreclosed and that the premises described in and covered by said mortgage, to-wit: The south-east quarter of tbe north-east quarter of section thirty-two (32) township of Saline, county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan will be sold at public auction at the easterly front door of tha Court House (that being the place of holding the Circut Court for the county of Washtenaw) in the city of Ann Arbor i;i the county of Washtenaw and state of Michigan on the 16th day of July, A. D , 1892, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. Dated, April 21, 1S92. COMSTOCK F. HILL, Assignee of Mortgage. Frank E. Jones. Attorney for Assignee of Mortgage. Reduced Rates to New York City On July 5, 6 and 7 the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern R'y will sell ticket* to New York City aud return at oiu; lowest First-class Fare. Send to A. J. Smith, G. P. & T. A., Cleveland, 0.,f( r free copy of folder of information. Th ■ • Lake Shore is the only line to Sex York without a ferry transfer. 36 BEE KEEPERS. ^ ftl— Godd Housekeeping^ We have a full line of supplies ready and invite all who are interested to call and examine them. "We have Hoot's Dovetailed Hives, Sections, Comb Foundations, Smoker.*, Veils, Foundation fasteners, Enameled cloth, Perforated zinc, and numerous other articles. It will pay you to order early whilo we have a good supply. Two Honey Extractors for sale at less than first cost. It will pay anyone having a half-dozen swarms to have an extractor. Send for our circular with samples of sections and fdn. Beeswax wanted. J H & A L Boyden, SALINE, MICH. Caveats, and Trade-Marks obtained, and all Patent business conducted for Moderate Fees. Our Office is Opposite U.S. Patent Office and we can secure patent in less time than those remote from Washington. Send model, drawing or photo., with description. We advise, if patentable or not, free of charge. Our fee not dne till patent is secured. a'Pamphlet, "How to Obtain Patents," with names of actual clients in year State, county, or town, sent free. Address, C.A.SNOW&CO. Opp. Patent Office, Washington, 6. C. A KEW ?«?HE3S \ \ CERTi.;.': <>uHE., GIVES t'STANTi i RELIEF AND LASTING CURE. H£Y:i? fit- | TURNS. TO PROVE IT and to convince | jyou thatitwill proniptlv cure any,case^S lof Piles, liXternal, Internal, Bleeding,. 3 ITOtrudintr or Itching, we WiU send a I (TRIAL PApKACe'FREE \<> a^ address.! I S=ndsta.njp.stft"fcftverr'P!it!iSC& address,! HOLD ON THERE One-quarter off on Suits One-half off on some Suits One-quarter off on woolpants Large stock at yonr own price. I want to re- dtiee stock and for a short time yon can buy clothiug at less than the wholesale price Don't forget the Place. Parsons, The Clothier THE STORE SUMMER BARGAINS! VOILE LAINE A.new Dress G-oods equal to all wool Challies, beautiful new colors, at 18c. An elegant line of new Challies, sold everywhere at 10c, for one week they go at 5c Ready Made Suits Something new for Ann Arbor and are highly appreciated by the ladies Do not forget to look them oyer Ladies' combination suits 25c Ladies' Vests j worth 12 1-2C to 15c, 5c. Ladies' Ypsilanti underwear. Men's Natural Gray underwear 25c. Children's underwear of every description MACK & SCHMID Do You Need John Burg „ . ,...,,...,,.,,.. ........... .,.. ! Sells Hannan & Son's best t A -XT r*i i_c\ five dollar men's shoes, at New Carpet?; $2.50. I 0-A_:LNr SU 1 Li t j "•' " 1 ! A Dice assortment of Ladies and ! Misses Kid Oxfords in our window. We can save you money on the largest or smallest purchase. John Buvg, The Great Champion, W. J. Jackson, Agent THE PYRAMID tfeUG GO., MILLINERY! We have just received a fine new stock -.1,- of Spring and Summer goods, and can please you both in style and quality. Our goods are all new and tempting, iOall an<l sq§ them. rs H S Weaver, McKinnon Building.
|Title||1892-06-16; Saline Observer|
|Publisher||LeBaron & Nissly|
|Description||An issue of the Saline, Michigan newspaper. Published weekly. Began publication in 1880. No longer published.|
|Subject/Keywords||Saline (Mich.) - Newspapers; Washtenaw County (Mich.) - Newspapers;|
|Copyright Permission||This material is in the public domain.|