1897-11-25; Saline Observer
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W>-&:f1*'*t£pf& . *s^5'^t "-^ The Saline Observer. ~*a i'l 4 K.- If \ fe"* M,-"--WARREN, Publisher. SALINE, WASHTENAW CO.. MICH., THUESDA"f, NOVEMBER 25, (897. VOL. XVHI.-NO. 4. n F. UNTERKIRCHER, M. D. Physician & Surgeon. V1 - Ofilce at Onterkircher's Pharmacy Cliica. ;oSt. SALINE .-. MICH. R. A. HARLAN M. D. Physician & Surgeon. Chronic diseases, Surgery and diseases of "Women-and Children a specialty. Office over the bank, Residence, the F.E. Jones' bouse. Cal's promptly attended to, day or night. "* SALINE, MIOH. R. G. E. KUHL, D*%G Dentist Office oyer Citizen's Bank. SALINE,'"" - - MIOH. I? E.JONES. : Attorney at Law. Business attended to with Promptness and Care. Office on McKay street, * SALINE, - - MIOH. Q . WILLIAMS Attorney at Law, * special attention paid to Pension Claims of all kinds. Newcomb Block, MILAN, . MIOH. p C. SLAEHT, Veterinary Surgeon. -MACOrf, LENAWEE CO., JHCH. Connection witn Tecumseh by Telegraph and by Mail. ALL CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. WTATERNJAN' PHOTOGRAPE. GALLERY. ((Miss Gillett's old stand.) WiU be in Saline every Wednesday and shall be >leased to meet all in need of work in my line, ""all and see samples of our "work. A. J. WARREN, CONVEYANCER AND Mot ary <•> Public. AU legal papers drawn on short ' notice and at- prices within the reach of all'. eneral Fire Insurance a Specialty. HUMPHREYS' No. 1 Cures Fever. No. 2 " Worms. No. 3 " Infants' Diseases. No. 4 " Diarrhea. No. 7 " Coughs. No. 8 Cures Neuralgia. No. 9 " Headache. No. 10 " Dyspepsia. No.. 11 " Delayed Periods. No. 12 '* Leuehorrea. No, IS Cures Croup. Np. 14 " Skin Diseases. No. 15 " "^eun^ati-srr-j. j$6. l| 'A ^liaria. "" No. 19 '■ Catarrh. No. 20 Cures "Whooping Cough No. 21 _ " Asthma. No. 24 " General Debility. No. 26 "" Sea-Sickness. No. 27 " " Kidney Diseases. No. 28 Cures Nervous Debility. No. 30 " *"' Urinary Diseases No. 32- -**- Heart Disease. No. 34. " Sore Throat. No. 77 " Colds and Grip. Db. Hcmpj"''';''''^ Homeopathic MANtrii. or Diseases Maieed Eree. Small bottles of pleasant pellets, fit the vest pocket. Sold by druggists, or sent prepaid upon receipt of price, 25 cents, except "Nos. 28. and 33 are made $1.00 size only. Humphreys' Medicine Company, Ul William St., New Tork. HUMPHREYS5 WITCH HAZEL OIL "THE PILE OINTMENT." PbrHIes—Externilor Internal. Blind orBleeding; FIstulainAno; Itching orBleeding of theKectnm. The relief ts immediate—the cure certain. "PBIOE, 60 OTS. TBIAI. SIZE. 25 OTS. Cold hy DrosEvatvi, or lent post-palvt on receipt of price. nUBI?BB«S,aKD.CO.,lH*llSWUUainSL,KE*T'i0*iJv; DO YOU TRAVEL Aroyoupoing to take atrip! Doyou suiter Irom Severe Meadaclies, 3VerTO*aHncss, Seaslclt- nessor j&clmiifitlon? ^ hy notprevent it all by using CUSHM JJV'S MEIWTIIOI, OIHAI,- HIE* Help that headache, cure that nervousness and seasickness by the use of this Inhaler, the greatest stimulant and preventative known. "Woiiderfnl re- HeC in Hay Fever and Asthma. ISTBUY CXJSU- atA\'S INHALER and"you -wilLaltvays use it If jpn'caa'tset It at Drugclsts send for It* By ■mlL SO cent?. 8«ndFor Hook on itlpivthoU free* CCSU3US UttCQCO., Y1SGKSSKS, IND,, U. S. A- wm ■ can Ive enrvml .ir.vvvrXE-Tlv.vf orwntj, F Rvvmllvr nvlvl hvivvitrnltly. by tho*} ol tivlvvT >v>i.Yuviiv)rtir vilvl,vvvvv1 in their owvvlwvalvtvci^vlwrv-Terllvryliw. Adv _ ovvccvvvv vtu llvv v\v>rk. Evvst to Ivarvv tVefatnvstaeveryibivivr.IVealnrt you. Xorvv.lt. Vovvt-vvavlevQle yvitvrspvvre moments, or sllj-vmrlvvnelo the work. "This v» aw evitirelynevrIead^vvvvllvrinft3VvonvIi.rfolsocc<vvsioeTCrT worker, tleirvvvivenv arv* earning fronv #£*i to SS'I ricrveekovvvl vvvvvvMnvs, ivvu more «*vv*r a little experience. We can ftirnUlv tow the em* ptfivvvvvvvt and teach Vou eltKK. So «i»vcelo explain here. Full 'rv&nnitloD flitlv. TR.UB *■ Cvl.. ll tii.&'U. 3vUIM* November Crop Report. The average condition of wheat on November I was in the southern counties, 75; central, 88; northern, 103, and State, 82, comparison being with vitality and growth of average years; The condition in the southern counties, where eighty-five per cent of the crop is grown, is thirteen per cent lower than one year ago. The average Condi lion in the state in "previous ypars has been: 1896,90; 1895, 78; 1894, 94: 1893, 89; 1892, 87, and 1891, 91. The severe drouth prevailing at the date of the October report wag not broken in the southern and central sections of the State until October 11. Light rains occurred on the 5th-8te, but not in sufficient amount to be of benefit, On the 11th and 12th storms occurred generally throughoutthe state the rainfall being sufficient to afford relief. Since this storm "wheat has made fairly good progress. On fields favorably situated it is looking well, but a large proportion of the fields are more than ordinarily spotted. This is particularly true of rolling fields where the tops and sidesof hills are practically bare. There was a second general rain the 19-22, and a lighter one on the 31st. These rains have been of great immediate advantage, but heavy soaking rains are yet needed to" place the groud in usually wet condition al the opening of winter. The rains in August, September and -October were more abundant in the northern counties and wheat there is iu fine condition. The estimates indicate that the area seeded to whaet this fall is six per cent greater than sowed in the fall of 189G. The estimated excess in the southern counties is four per cent, in the central six per cent, and in the northern fifteen per cent. The total numbdr of bushels of wheat reported marketed by farmers since the October report was published is 1, 962,963, andin the three months August September and October, 5,597,985. This is 2,198,821 bushels more than reported marketed in the same months last year The average yield of corn per acre in the State is estimated at 61 bushels of ears equal to about 30 bushels of shelled corn. The estimate for the southern counties is 60, central, 63 and and northern 61 bushels of ears. The average for the state is three bushels lower than made October I. The area of clover seed harvested is large, at least much larger than in auy late year, and the estimated average yield higher than ever yet reported in the farm statistics. The yield in v.he State is estimated al 1-92 bushels,in the southern counties at 1.87. central 2.16 and northern, 2 bushels per acre. Potatoes are estimated to yield in the State 64 per cent of an average crop. Tbe estimate for the southern counties is 60, wntral,68, northern, So, and upper peninsula 96 per cen». Live stock is in good .condition. The percentages are 96 for horses and cattle, 97 for sheep, and 98 for swine, comparison being with stock in good healthy and thrifty condition. Washington Gaedner, Secretary of State. The Teapot Exv^oilcil. While Miss 5f^bel Easter, "a. young school teacher \iy\ng near Irpji JifpiinC Ky., was" inakiug some tea fop supper, the teapot exploded, scalding Her perhaps fatally. Necessity Is the Mother of Invention. She—They say Edison is wedded lo his art. He—He's a lucky fellow. Sha —Why? He—Because he doesn't know his nlother-in-la-K. "Can Boston, of Course. "Pretty Polly!" said the lady. Polly talk?" "Polly," replied the Boston parrot, san converse."—Indianapolis Journal. Improve Your Dairy By the use of a buttor bred bull. Little Wonder's Pedro 43J3S1, A. J. G. C , will be at tho farm of J. A. Smith one mile south of Saline village, th**s season. He was sired by Stoke Pogis Cacti- lever, first prize and Sweepstakes winner at Michigan State F»ir 1894. Dam Pedro's Little Wonder, 17 lbs 14 oz. butter in seven days. 1308J lbs. milk in month of March. Sold for §300. spot cash. J. F. Avery. Mooreville. Mrs. Mary Holcomb and fylrs.Phillipsr of Detroit, are spending the week in Ypsilanti. Will Henderson of Ypsilanti, spent Sunday with his brother "Ed. The Baptists are repairing their church this week. M,rs Rose of Oakville spent Satur- with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Conde J?. E. Holcomb and Eugene Dillen are spending the week al Clyde, Oakland County, hunting and fishing. Miss Anna Bailey is spending the week in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Chase of Adrian, are spending Thanksgiving with their d aughter, Mrs. Allen Forsythe. Professors and Post al Banks. Simple as au expression from men who are trained to deal with problems- and to form their opinions from conviction, the opinions of the fourteen professors of Northwestern university to whom a postal savings bank petition was presented are of ioteres t. Each of them gave his indorsement to the project and apparently topk pleasure in doing so. Just as the laboring men approved the plan from a keen personal sense of its need; just as business men huve andorsed it as the best available means of promoting contentment forfending agitations unfavorable to steady growth in trade, the college men approve it as a theory sound in the abstract and practicable in its ap; plications to the conditions of tha time The North western university faculty is representative, in its personal, of many educational institutions of high Class throughout the country. It is not unreasonable to suppose that an actual test would disclose that the greater part of the educators in the country would take the same view. In the light of this general conviction among all classes as to the merits of postal banks, how long will it be before the system is regarded by the people not as merely an advantage, but as a ncccessity of modern social and economic conditions'?—Chicago Record. IiOndon Underground Service. The chief objection to the underground service is tbe foul air of the tunnels. Thus far no serious attempt to introduce electric traction has been made on the "circle." Within a few years, however, the City & South London railway, better known as the Greater Underground line, starting in the city near the monument and diving beneath the Thames, has been constructed in the neighborhood of Ken- nington Park, and it is being extended. This is a double tunnel—two great iron tubes, in fact, one directly beneath the other, and the trains are operated and lighted hy electricity. I can testify from personal experience that the air is pure .and the motion of the'ljfains: easy. Passengers are lowered i;o "*th<? platforms and raised therefrom by hjlig^ lifts. This system was the in.Yentiipnl and the pet sclieme of the e,miia?nt ejfti gineer whose, hanie it h|ar|, and whose recent death -yak a^distinct loss to ^ee!ft= nical scienc'!.—fime anij the. "Squv, •Moments are useless if tri'led away, and lhi*y are dangerously wasted if consumed by delay in case where On Minute Cough Cure would bring immediate relief. C. F. Unterkircher. CASTORIA. *r*n fie- llmilj Sltaatati/ lia ifM&Ju&L .*»Sfc Schedule Of Teachers Examinations. The regular examinations for a.11 grades will be held at Ann Arbor the third Thursday and' Friday of. August 1897, and the last Thursday and Friday of March 189S. Examinations !i»r second and third grade at Ypsilanti the third Thursday and Friday of October 1897, and at Ann Arbor the third Thursday and Friday of June 1898. Special examinations for third grade only, at Saline the third Friday of September 1897. W.N. Lister, Commissioner. W.L. DOUGLAS $3 SHOE thl^foVVc. For 14 years tbis shoe, by merit . alone, has distanced aU competitors. ■W..JL. Douglas $3.50, §4-00 and $5.00 shoes are the productions of skilled worJaiieu, from the best material possible at these prices. Also^S.SO and S3.00, shoes Tor men, &3.SO, SS.OU and $1.75 tor boys aud youths. W. I*. Douglas fihoes are indorsed by over 1,000,400 ivearers as tlio-best in. style, ilt and durability of any shoe ever offered at the prices. They are made in all the latest shapes and styles, and of every variety of leather. If dealer cannot supply you, *writo for catalogue to W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Mass. Sold by D. Wissly. Writer's Cramp Frereuted. Writers'" cramp is prevented by a new device, "which consists of a frame "which, with the pen or pencil, forms a .tripod to slide over the paper, the body of the tripod being hollow to hold hot -water. Did You Ever.-; Try Electric Bitters as a remedy for your troubles? Knot get a bottle now*.and get relief. This medicine has been found to bepeculiarly adapted to the relief and cure of all Female Complaints, exerting a wonderful direct influence in giving strength and tone to the organs. If you have Loss of Appetite, Constipation, Headache, Faulting Spells "Nervous Sleepless, Excitable, Melancholy or troubled with Dizzy Spells. Electric Bitters is the medicine you need. Health and strength are guaranteed by its use. Fifty cents and 1.00 at, Lister &Shed-irs Drugstore. 3 fa (A (A ® (li «s (ii (t\ ft fi> tift Weak Lungs (»_ If you havs coughed and % coughed until the Iiningf mem- ® ferane of your throat and lungs % is inflamed, 1 Scott's Emulsion fl" vvvvvvvvvvvvvMvmmvvvmHBraHH * of Cod-liver Oil will soothe, $ strengthen and probably cure. a* The cod-liver oil feeds and di strengthens the weakened tis- % sues. The glycerine soothes IS "and heals them. The hypo- tiv phosphites of lime and soda M impart tone and vigor. Don't »- jieglect these coughs. One /j\ Bottle of the Emulsion may do % more fbr you now than ten a" can do later on. Be sure you to get SCOTT'S Emulsion. (n fij AU druggists; 50c. and Sz.oo. ■flyt-SCOTT & BOWNE, Chemists, New York. Sraall'precaations often prevent great mischiefs. Dewitt'a "Little Early Risers are very small pills in size but are most effective in preventing the most serious forms of liver and stomach troubles. They cure constipation and headache and regulate the bowels. C. F. Unterkircher. If you have ever seen a little child in a paroxysm of whooping cough, or if you have.been annoyed by a constant tickling in the thnoat, you can appreciate the value of On«, Minute,Cou,gh Cure which giY"*11" auick relU'i- 9- f\ Ujiter!a'r.ehe.r, FOR "' Toledo and Points East and South. Leave Pittsfield, South 7:40 a. m. 8:51 p. m. 11:87 a. in, FOR Owosso. Alma, Mt. Pleasant. Clare. Cadillac, Manistee, Petoskey and points -Leave Pittsfield, North 8:3*2 a. m. 4:39 p. m. 11:8 a. m. if you are going to the Northwest, you can save money by buying tickets via Frankford and'Ann Arbor'Steamers which run between Frankfort, Manitowoc andKewaunee W\^. and Frankfort. Menominee and Gladstone Mich, w. H B-ajKppf s G. "R A., . Toledo. 30 YEARS- EXPERIENCE. TRADE MARKS, DESICNS, • COPYRIGHTS &c. Anyone sending* a sketch and description may quickly ascertain, free, whether an invention is probably patentable. Communications strictly conadential. Oldest agency for securing patents in America. "We have a "Washington offlce. Patents taken through. Mnnn & Co. receive Bpecialnoticein the SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, beautifully illustrated, largest circulation of any scientific Journal, weekly, terras $3.C0 a year; Sl.50 six mouths. Specimen copies and Hand Book on Patents sent free. Address MUNN & CO., 361 Broadway, New York. 1 he Sales of Hood's Sarsapariila are the largest in the -world because tlie cures by Hood's Sarsaji'U'illa. are wonderful, perfect, porinanent." Hood's Pills are tiie Lost family cathartic and liver medicine. 25c. November. I it I i N-e-e-d-s \ J ■• v U i si:]* tiDgle of the November air remind us of needs as yet unsupplied. Just the mere sight o snow calls 10 your mind a number of things you need. Underwear. Heavy Hose, a]New Cloak, Blankets, how fast the list lengthened under tho magic of that icy air But, however, large or small, we can supply them all; and Just now at a very 'generous saving of a goodly portion of the ordinary cost. UNDERWEAR ''Sole Agents for Ypsilanti Underwear.'1 Heavy Jersey Fleeced Underwear 25c Extra Fine Fleeced Underwear 25c Heavy "Fleeced Union Suits 50c Jersey Wool Union Suits - -Sl-00 AH Wool Union Suits - - 2.25 Extra Fine All Wool Union"Suifs 2 98 GenuinelTpsilanti Unions - 3 50 Special ."Values in Men's Underwear 50c Children's Heayy Jersey Underwear .ill sizes. BLANKETS White Cotton Blankets 39c a pair Grey Blankets, Full Size 50c a pair Plain white Cotton Blankets SI.00 a pair Fancy Blankets 1.00 a pair Heavy Blankets (full size) 1.50 a pair Part Wool Blankets fji2.00.lS2.50 and S3 All wool Blankets S-t.OO and 85.00 Famous California Blankets iu 11 and 12 quarter sizes—the finest Blankete for the price in the world, we have'them at ,.. .S6-50 to S8.50 a pair Just a few words about your winter wrap; It is high time you boughtit. The best styles arj rapidly going and cannot be duplicated this season except at a largo advance. ')ur wrapsare of such excellent value this season that tbey are the best advertisement of our store we possibly put out. E. F. Mills & Co. Ann Arbor Harness, Carriages, Surries, wagons, Road, and MilkfWagons. Trunks, and. Valises, see We keep the fatnou3 BALTIMORE brand always nice and fresh A FINE assortment ofe Oranges, Lemons. Bananas, Figs, D^tes, Pecans. Almonds, Niger Toes, English Walnuts etc. Home made mixed TAFFIES 10 c per pound. MMJGM # BLACK GRAPES. I ■■ 1 A" fine line of Cigars and Tobaccos. Sweet Cuba - 32c lb. Pay Car _ 25c lb. Dido - 15c lb. Old Crisis - 20c lb. 3"- A . albe: "R. ARE YOU A HUNTER? Send Postal Card for illustrated Catalogue of Repeating Rifles m .44, || W1N6H1STER fyjj weeeL ia73 D Repeating Shot Guns Ammunition WINCHESTER REPEATING ARMS COMPANY 'Ml 3J-EV/ H-VYEX* COXK. M^xM^^^M^m^rm, 'y.ya*fe.
|Title||1897-11-25; 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.|