1893-05-25; Saline Observer
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mmm "'->#**i-j?t|*r*' M* A Jf ■**-. V 'Y "mm A. J. WARREN. Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO., MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1893. V0L.Xm.-N0.31, BUSINESS DIRECTORY. PROFESSIONAL. • E.JONES. Attorney at Law. Business attended to -with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, SALINE, - - MICH. Q_ R. WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, Especial attention paid to Pension Claims of aU kinds. Neweomb Block, MILAN, - - MICH. tT A. NICHOLS, M. D., PHYSICIAN and SUBGEOH. Office at Nichols I ros'. drag store. SALINE, - MICH. p F. UNTERK1RCHER, Nl. D., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON. Calls promptly attended to at all hours. Office in Hauser block, Chicago street. SALINE, - - MICH. O W. CHANDLER, M O., PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Since on Adrian Street, first door sour H of the Wallace Block, SALINE. - MICH, f' C. SLABHT, Veterinary Surgeon. MACON, LENAWEE CO., MICH. Connection with Teeumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. MISCELLANEOUS. •OTfATERNlAN'S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY. (Miss Gillett's old stand.) Will bein Saline every Wednesday and shall be Dleasedto meet all in need of work in my line. 3ull and see samples of our work. P. S--J H 9-3 Mi " The Pioneer Fainter. Over Forty Years Experience. Carriage, Sign and Ornamental Painting, Paper ""' " Hanging, Frescoing, J^tc. SALINE,'' T "' 'MJCH. VCT Wl; BRIGGS, Practical Painter. Iouxo painting, graining, paper hanging and kalsomining. All work promptly and neatly done, and satisfaction guaranteed, SALINE, - - MICH. yAN DUZER'S Barber Shop. iair Cutting, Shaving, Shampooing and all Work in tke Barber Line. Bath room in connection. Hot or cold baths at ny times. A. B. VAN DUZEK. SALINE, - - MICH. A. MILLER &. SQN. (.Siicris-wr,;in -X. A. A\b.er). |Ui-^©3?^, IPeed and MICHIGAN EXPERIMENT STATION Potatoes—Amount of Seed. Bulletin No. 93 of the Michigan Experiment Station, is on "Potatoes: Amount of Seed." "The conclusion arrived at is that the potato growers of Michigan do not plaufc enough seed. Our own experiments, corroborated by those of other stations, go to show that for ordinary distances the half potato gives better results than any smaller amounts. For weak growing varieties, or varieties having smjill tubers, even a larger amount of seed will be found more profitable. "A careful investigation shows clearly: "First, That an increase.in seed with- iu ordinary limits produces a marked increase—both in total yield and in marketable yield. "Second, That an increase in seed, from one eye up to the half potato, produces an increase in the net value of the crop; but the increased yield from the whole potato over the half potato is not sufficient to cover the cost of the greater amount ot seed." The tibove conclusions are the result of hundreds of experiments, extending over many years. They practically agree with the results of twelve other stations as compiled in the bulletin. It would soem that such a large number of experiments under such widely varying conditions as are furnished by the thirteen states in question, would practically settle the question of the best amount of seed potato to plant. In reality the whole question is not what gives the great yield, but what amount gives the greatest profit. When seed is high in the spring it will generally be advisable not to plant whole potatoes at ordinary distances, but when they are cheap it will generally pay- Since it has been proven that the yield is more in proportion to the weight of seed planted than the number of eyes, the, cutting out of the eyes for seed.common in, so,m,e p$rts, of the state, }s tq b,§ s^rpngiy condemned. So also, the use of small potatoes for seed, not only lessens the profits the first year, b.ut if followed for.'a series of years tends towards rapid deterjpratipnj i,n accordance with the ^avvs.p|hered.ity. The larger a,m,oi*,n$s. o.f seed- gave a lflore vigorous gr-OAvth, of vines, and on the "whole v.^bei'*' pjats the cvop laa,- tuvod five to ten (.lays earljey- Vtew on the "single eye" plats. The data from which the above conclusions were drawn is to be found in Bulletin i)i>, before mentioned, and can bo had. free by seuding a request for the same to H. G. Reynolds, Secretary. Agrl Col., Ingham Co., Mich. A Fad in Fancy Work, Milan Murmurings. lajto St Oi First-class rigs at reasonable rate!-. " Commercial travelers and their t'tig- ^a-ge carried to and from adjoining .owns with promptness aud at living rates. Old Warner House Barn, SALINE, - ' - - MICH. Join Mingardner, (Successor to Anton Eisle.) DEALER EST—ttt^t Foreign and American Garble, Granite and Building stone. Corner of Detroit and Catherine Sts. ANN ARBOR MICH. A present fad that i,si worthy of wide aud loug popularity is to match the decorations of the china and table- linen. For quite a period these two essentials for table furnishing have matched in general style aud color: but the recent idea is to des-Wiito both linen iiuil poraelajft with the same design. T>>ys limey can bo charmingly developed for luucTicous and leas; bat for formal din lift's with many and varied courses, the Mime motif in nil the changes of pliiios would become as monotonous as the drawing-rooms of a score of years ago. that were fit ftiished regardless of expense, but en suite. The original Dresden style, consisting of tiny magenta roses, puttie violets, with pink and blue aud yellow and scarlet blossoms of unrecognizable species, powdered irregularly over the surface, producing a piquant medley of contrasting form? and colors,is Ciijpuble of extended application 1,0 both china and linen. Thanks to the "wash-' gilks, the latter may be embroidered in this manner without danger of damage, in careful laundering. But considerable artistic knowledge ig required to blend the colors into a harmonious whole, and therefore a good model is dosi ruble. In almost every collection of china there are some pieces decorated in this style, and they are always to be found iu the shops, A variation of the Dresden style is to use tiny sprigs of but one flower, as forget-me- nots, violets, sweet peas, "wild-roses.etc. —-Demorest's Family Magazine. The Union services at the Baptist church Sunday evening under the auspices oi the W. C. T. TJ. were interesting. The addresses by Revs. Swindt, Sloan and Heck were fine. Mrs. Bert Brown left for her home in Hudson, Thursday. Miss Ella Murray is quite ill and unable to teach. C. M. Fuller left for Arn Arbor, Monday, where he will engage in business. Saturday the streets were full of peo; ple,crowds from the country. Whitney Family was the attraction. J. C. Rouse visited Detroit the first of the week. C. A. Robison left for Agricultural College at Lansing, Monday morning. There are four more weeks of school. Prof. Dennison and Dr. Calhoun are anticipating a trip to the western coast this summer. Mrs. Ellis, of Ypsilanti, was the guest of Mrs. Chas. Gauntlett last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Olcott are visiting their daughter, Mrs. L. Reynolds, at Bay City, for a few days. Died, Wednesday, May 17th, Mr. E. O. Leonard after a long and painful illness. Deceased leaves a wife and son to mourn his loss. The funeral services were hold at tho residence Thursday p. m., Rev. J. Swindt officiating. The W. C. T. TJ. meet at the Presbyterian chnrch Friday p. m. Mr. aud Mrs. N. E. Ward entertain 3d guests from Ypsilanti last week. Kenneth Alderman commenced de- liyering ice Monday morning. The M. E. social was held at the residence of Mrs. "Vincent, Wednesday. Mrs. Clark visited Toledo last week. The Milan Bicyole Regiment ride well behind the oireus band and in time will no doubt be able to perform flue tricks for tne edification of an admiring crowd. Milan is traveling to the pinnacle of fame on wheels with rubber tires. Doctors join the race to be on hand in case of accident and editors to record, the s«m,e. Mjt'S. Pyle left for Chicago, the last of i the \veek. 1 A fe\v generous »$ti**.ens helped the ■ circus bo***!-. ifeat vxere stranded here oi\t oJi their-present trouble. An Alabama man fell into a well together with his horse. The horse was killed, and the man, two days having elapsed, was becoming tired of associating with the remains. Happily, buzzards came to the feast, and the prisoner, grabbing the legs of several, said "shoo" in a persuasive way. They winged with him to the surface and high into the air, but he released them one by one aud so came down quietly, avoiding any embarrassing kerplunk. Those who are inclined to doubt the story are of course at liberty to do so, but "truth lies at the bottom of a well" and a man two days in the midst of it ought to be actually saturated with it. -"Ex. Hall's Hair Renewer is pronunced the best preparation made for thickening the growth of the hair, and restoring that which is gray to its -oiiginal color. Electric Bitters. This remedy is becoming so well known and so popular as to need no" special mention. All who have used Electric Bitters sing the same song of praise. A purer medicine does not exist and it is guaranteed to do aU that is claimed. Electric Bitters -will cure all diseases of the Liver and Kidneys, will remove Pimples, Boils, SaltRheum and other affections caused by impure blood, "Will drive Malaria from the system and prevent as well as cure all Malarial fever. For cure of Headache, -Constipation and Indigestion try Electric Bitters, Enitre satisfaction guaranteed, or money refunded. Price 50 cents arid $1 per bottle at Nichols Bros.' Drug Store. 5 CAVEATS. TRADE MARKS, DES1CN PATENTS, COPYRIGHTS, etc. For information and tree "Handbook write to MUNN & CO.. 361 Broadway, New Toms-. Oldest bureau for securing patents in America. Every patent taken out by us is brought before tne public by anotice given free of charge in the gtimixlu ^mtxim Largest circulation of any scientific paper in the world. Splendidly illustrated. No intelligent man should be without it. Weekly. S3.00 a year; S1.50 six months. Address MUNN & CO* jeoSLISHEKS, 361 Broadway, New Yorfe City. ..- Briggs—"What has become of your new silk hat, old -01011?" gave it to car. the A. J. WARREN, CONVT3YANCER AND Wotarjf = Public*- AU legal papers drawn on short notice and at prices within the * reach of all. General Fire Insurance a Specialty. A hlory is going around about a man whose wife had gone visiting and would not listen to his appeal to come home before her visit was out. Taking' a copy of his. home paper and carefully clipping out just one item, he sent the paper to her. The scheme worked admirably and in less than a week "she was at home to find out what had happened that her husband did not want her \o know.—A. A. Register. mau?" Griggs—"I porter of a Pullman Briggs—-''What did you do that for?" Griggs—"It "was cheaper to do that than "to have him brush it."— Clothier and Furnisher. Miss Laura—"Oh, axwtiel You re- member Mr. Meeker, who went from here as a missionary? I just heart! that those awful cannibals ate hint up!" Aunt Sophronia—"La me! I do hope they cooked him with turnips. The poor, dear man was so fond of turnips, you know."—Indianapolis Journal. Young Medical Man—"Thank goodness, I have pulled through my exams at last. It is horrible to think of all the hard worklkave had to go through these last four years." Elderly Practitioner—"Well, my dear colleague, there is one consolation; yon won't have anything to do for a long, long while now."—Der Floh. Travers—"I had a provoking thing happen the other day. I opened an account with a furnishing store, and theupthey had the nerve to send me some stuff C. 0. D." Dashaway—"Ho^r did that happen? They must have made a mistake, didn't they?" Travers—"Yes (sadly.) The proprietor was out when I opened the account." —Olothier and Furnisher. Wife—"I saw the loveliest lace spreads to-day, ouly $2.50, and I want- <mI them awfully, but I knew you wished to economize, and so I didn't get them." Husband—"That's too bad, my dear. You should have got them. Anything which adds to your happiness and brings gladness to your eyes, anything which lightens your domestic cares aud gilds the lowering clouds, anything which borders with sweet flowers the thorny paths ot duty.and appeals . pleasantly, to your Esthetic nature, making- life more worth living, home a. par-adise, you are welcome, io.v.bJa welcome to, my an-j-ei, if it doesn't cost more than §2.50.,—jr. F. tyipklt/. HY "tt HEELER ELS0H7S SEWING MACHINES POPULAR? BECAUSE LADIES BUY THEM LIKE THEM AND TELL JSSBd* Many ladies have used our machines ' twenty to thirty years in theirfamily work, : and are still using the original machines we furnished them a generation ago. \ Many of our machines have run more than twenty years without repairs, other than needles. ..With proper care they never wear out, and seldom need repair. We have built sewing machines*" for more than forty years and*have constantly improved them. We build our machines on honor, and they are recognized everywhere as the most accurately fitted and finely finished sewing machines, in the world. Our latest, the "No. 9," is the result of our long experience. In competition with the leading machines of the world, it received the Grand Prize at the Paris Exposition of- 1SS9, as the best, other machines receiving only complimentary medals of gold, silver and bronze. The Grand Prize was what all sought for, and our machine was awarded it. Send for our illustrated catalogue. We want dealers in all unoccupied territory, WHEELER & WILSON MFG. CO. 185 fi. 187 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO. Will cure You, is a true statement of the action of AYEE'S Sarsaparilla, when taken for diseases originating'iu impure blood *, but. while this assertion is true of AYEIl'S Sarsaparilla, as thousands can attest, it cannot be.truthf ully applied Jo. other preparations, which, unprincipled dealers will recommend, and try to.iin- pose upon' you, as. .'•'fust" as' good as. Ayer's." Take Ayer's Sarsaparilla and; Ayer's only, if .you need a blood-purifier: aud would be benefited permanently. This medicine, for nearly fifty years, has enjoyed a reputation, and made a record for cures, that has never been equaled by other preparations. AYEE'S Sarsaparilla eradicates the taint of hereditary scrofula and other "blood diseases from the system, and it has, deser- vedlv, the confidence of the peopled V ER'S Sarsaparilla "I cannot forbear to express my joy at the relief I have obtained from the use of AYEE'S Sarsaparilla. I was afflicted with kidney troubles for about six months, suffering greatly with'pains in the small of my back. In addition to ( this, my body was covered* with pimply rsruptions. The. Temedies prescribed tailed to help me. I then began to take AYEE'S Sarsaparilla, and, in a short, time, the pains ceased and the pimples .- disappeared. ;I advise-everyyqunginau ar woman, in case of sickness result-* ug from,imp.ure .blood, no matter how .ong standing the" Tease niay-be; to take ASTER'S Sarsaparilla."—H. Ii' Jarm'ann, >3 "William St., Kew York City. Will Cure You "flepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Coi, Lowell, Mae* THE STORE Special Attention Given to Orders for Samples. «13th Special Sale* Lais' • Muslin ■ Underwear! May 27th to June 3rd. § dozen Corset Covers, worth 35e, for 19c . 5 '' *' " " 50c, " 29c. 3 -" " •' ■• 60c, " 33c. 2 •' " '• " Goc, " 39c. 2 " " •' " 75c, '* 49c. 2 •• •' " - SI, " 69c. 6 dozen Ladies' Drawers, worth 3oc, for 19e. <*"■ o '* " " 50c.*?-* _de. 4 dozen Ladies* Chemise, worth 35e, for 19c. 5 "" " '• <• 50e, for 34e. 7 dozen Ladies' Night Gowns, worth 60c, for don. 5 ** " '■ " •■ 75c, •' 49c. 3 '* '* •• '* *' Si. '• 71c. S dozen Ladies' Skirts, worth 50c, for 34c. •1 "' *' ** " Sac, *' 59e. •A '* " " ■" 81.00, " 63c. i . " *• " " 81,50, '• S9e. MACK & SCHMID <>< MILLINERY. ix> Ladies of Saline and vicinity you are cordially invited to call at my new store in Union Block and examine my large and elegant stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods ZMZzrs. IE. ^__ GKLa*s±eir? USTo. 1 WALLACE BLOCK is the place to get all kinds of <x\ BAKERS GOODS tx> and get them fresh. Home made Bread and Pastery Cooking a specialty. We also keep a line of Srocei'ies, Gaxiclies, Cigars ^.xid. Tobacco. All goods delivered promptly. Bring your Butter and Eggs and get the Cash or Trade Remember No. 1 and 2 Wallace Block, under the Opera House. L. IVE. CTZBCOIRIIsr. NO.2 WALLACE BLOCK IS WHERE TOU CAN GET A GOOD MEAL CHEAP The Columbia Gate Hanger Tiie most Practical and diirable device for Hanging and opperating the common Farm G-ate that has ever been introduced. It saves saves crops, it saves ~*"i* -4 | = i ■'T * I raxes. strength, and labor. I have taken the agency for this'Hanger and will be pleased to have the farmers examine and try it at any time. LA.S. O-A-IRrVZEIsr. \ tm TORNADO INSURANCE ! This is a subject that has been thought but little of in Michigan; Yet during the past five years several very severe storms have passed across our state and did great damage, and we now have a line of , . ■:' ■■ ■ Tornado Insurance which we can offer you. and by securing a policy of this -kind you are doubly protected from loss of your '# property. See to it that you are insured. arren, Agt, Subscribe for the •,.-- ''MUU'WU'IUJIIWIJ"
|Title||1893-05-25; 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.|